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I'm In You (Remastered)

Peter Frampton

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Album Review

It was almost inevitable that I'm in You would be thought of as a letdown no matter now good it was. Following up to one of the biggest selling albums of the decade, Peter Frampton faced a virtually impossible task, made even more difficult by the fact that in the two years since he'd cut any new material, he had evolved musically away from some of the sounds on Frampton Comes Alive. The result was mostly a surprisingly laid-back album steeped in lyricism and craftsmanship, particularly in its use of multiple overdubs even on the harder rocking numbers. From the opening bars of "I'm in You," dominated by the sound of the piano (played by Frampton) and an ARP synthesizer-generated string section, rather than a guitar, it was clear that Frampton was exploring new sides of his music. Cuts like "Won't You Be My Friend," a piece of white funk that might've been better at six minutes running time, seemed to be dangerously close to self-indulgence at eight minutes long. The high points also include the title track, "Don't Have to Worry," and a killer cover of Stevie Wonder's "Signed, Sealed Delivered (I'm Yours)"; a couple of solid rock numbers, "Tried to Love" and the crunching "(I'm A) Roadrunner" also work their way in here to pump up the tension and excitement. I'm in You was successful on its own terms, and had Frampton recorded it before the live album, it would probably be very fondly looked back on. As it was, many listeners were not impressed. The spring 2000 reissue in 20-bit audio recreates the original album artwork and notes and is the best way to appreciate the multi-layered sound (and the crunchier rock moments) on this album.

Customer Reviews

I'm in you

Great album!!! Known as a guitar hero and not a sex God, The cover was a flop. Peter looks cool for the times but the music stands on its own. Great songs superb solos over all a very smooth record. I recomend it to all based on remembering the record execs. at the times tried to sell a pop star and not a great guitar player. It's all GOOD!!! Thanks T.

The best album of 1977

Reminds me of working at Kinney shoes with all the waistodes and crazies I worked with in Woodbridge, Virginia! What a great album, it was the first album I took a date on with. I had the 8 track of this in my car and my date loved it! I was in High School! We miss you Peter make another album!

My Peter

I love this album, had it on cassette tape and cd, still plays it in the car and my son (13 y/o) loves it, too!

Biography

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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