Peter Frampton forgets the words
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Frampton forgets the words In our current day of legendary artists, that might very well be a baffling commentary, but the tongue-in-cheek title of this new studio album offering is actually a brilliant concept. Frampton forgets the words is the new studio album now available through Ume.
The album includes instrumental versions of some of Frampton’s favorite songs and is actually the sequel to his 2007 Grammy-winning instrumental album, Fingerprints. The Peter Frampton Band’s instrumental cover album is greeted with praise and congratulations, with instrumentals from songs from other legendary greats such as George Harrison, David Bowie, Radiohead, Stevie Wonder, Roxy Music, Lenny Kravitz to name a few. only a few. The perfectly chosen 10 songs shine a light on Peter Frampton’s guitar genius and also engage his diverse influences with a plethora of mixed genres, proving that he has not lost his magic in delivering and performing. this album.
I have to say I wasn’t sure how the instrumental versions of these classics sounded, but it’s absolutely awesome and any music lover, Frampton fan or not (and you will be once you hear this album) have them. need in his record collection.
Frampton forgets the words Is co-produced by Peter Frampton and Chuck Ainlay and was recorded / mixed at Frampton’s Phenix Studio in Nashville. With his legendary 1954 Les Paul Phenix — which was lost in a plane crash in 1980 and recovered over 30 years later — Frampton brings virtuoso guitar playing to songs such as «Loving The Alien by David Bowie, “Isn’t It A Pity” by George Harrison ”,“ Avalon ”by Roxy Music,“ Reckoner ”by Radiohead, and other great tracks.
Peter Frampton is one of the most famous guitarists in rock history. At 18, he co-founded one of the first super-groups, Humble Pie. At 22, he was touring endlessly and using the talk box that would become his signature guitar effect. He has collaborated with legendary artists such as George Harrison, David Bowie, Jerry Lee Lewis and Ringo Starr, among others, and has toured with Stevie Nicks, Greg Allman, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Cheap Trick and the Steve Miller Band. In 2014, he was inducted into the Musicians Hall of Fame.
Frampton comes to life! is a live double album by English rock musician Peter Frampton released in 1976. It is one of the best-selling live albums in the United States. “Show Me the Way”, “Baby, I Love Your Way” and “Do You Feel Like We Do” were released as singles; all three ranked in the Cashbox Charts in the Top Ten. It continues to air on classic rock radio stations. After four solo albums with little commercial success, Frampton comes to life! was a breakthrough for the artist.
Released on January 6, 1976, it made its chart debut at 191. The album reached number one on the It was the best-selling album of 1976, selling over 8 million copies in the United States. United and becoming one of the best-selling live albums to date. , with sales estimated at 11 million worldwide.
Frampton comes to life! was voted “Album of the Year” in 1976 Rolling stone reader survey. He stayed on the chart for 97 weeks and was still # 1 on‘ Cashbox Magazine’s 1977 Year End Albums Chart. It was ranked # 41 on Rolling Stone’s “50 Best Live Albums of All Time” list. Readers of Rolling stone Ranked it # 3 in a 2012 poll of All-Time Favorite Live Albums. The album is also certified Gold in Canada and the United Kingdom, while achieving Platinum Certification in the United States.
The autobiography of Peter FramptonDo you feel like me? : A thesis,released last October via Hachette Books, debuted on The New York Times Best-sellers listing. His 1976 album, Frampton comes to life! remains one of the best-selling live records of all time and was inducted into the Grammy Room glory Last year.
FRAMPTON FORGET WORDS LIST OF TRACKS
1. If you want me to stay
3. The land of dreams
4. Another heartache
6. Isn’t that a shame
7. I don’t know why
8. will you go my way
9. Love the alien
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