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Editors’ Notes

This album is Mastered for iTunes. Peter Frampton’s 1976 double-LP live album Frampton Comes Alive! is a touchstone of the era. It was a remarkable achievement and the apex of his career. His guitar playing is among the most underrated in rock. “Show Me the Way” and “Baby, I Love Your Way” are classic hits, but it’s the subtleties of “Lines on My Face”, “Winds of Change” and the expansive 13-plus minutes of “Do You Feel Like We Do” that make this a fully dominating accomplishment. Frampton’s cover of “Jumping Jack Flash” is indicative of ’70s arena rock, fleshed out with keyboards and long instrumental breaks. “Somethin’s Happening”, “Doobie Wah” and “It’s a Plain Shame” round out this moment in rock history.

Customer Reviews


All I want is do you feel like we do. Why must I have to but the whole entire album.

Frampton Comes Alive - Is Awesome and Live

This is a great album. As far as the "live" comments go - If you will listen to the beginning of Show Me The Way you will hear the guitar faintly at the beginning when he strums the opening four chords, then it is at the proper volume for the rest of the song. The microphone going from his Fender Super Reverb to the recording mixer was not turned up at this concert. The audience did not notice it because this did not affect the "live mix". They did recut this guitar part in the studio so that they could use this otherwise perfect performance. Don't downgrade this album because you are uninformed. This is a masterpiece album by a truly talented musician who has way more talent than all the corporate pop princesses lip-syncing their way across America today. Thank you Peter Frampton, Stanley Sheldon, Bob Mayo, and John Siomos.

Buy the Album

Best live album ever. However, good grief you cheap skates! Support your artists and quit complaining. Be thankful that there are musicians in this world. Consider it a donation. You probably give money to bums on the corner, go home download music and then gripe that you have to pay a couple bucks for the album. Really getting tired of cheap people.


Born: April 22, 1950 in Beckenham, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Peter Frampton was one of the biggest arena rock stars of the '70s, making his name largely on the double-LP concert set Frampton Comes Alive! Frampton was one of several '70s rock artists (Kiss, Cheap Trick, etc.) to break through to a wide audience with a live album; much like the others, he'd recorded several previous albums and built a following through extensive touring, in the process honing an exciting concert presence. That helped Frampton Comes Alive! become the best-selling live album of...
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