Peter Kenneth Frampton (born 22 April 1950) is an English rock musician, singer, songwriter, producer, and guitarist. He was previously associated with the bands Humble Pie and The Herd. After the end of his 'group' career, as a solo artist, Frampton released several albums including his international breakthrough album, the live release Frampton Comes Alive!. The album sold more than 8 million copies in the United States and spawned several hit singles.
In 1973, Peter Frampton released Frampton’s Camel. A year later in 1974, Peter Frampton issued Somethin’s Happening. Continuing the yearly album release schedule, in 1975 he released the magnificent Frampton album. Peter Frampton’s cult status changed rather quickly when the singer’s 1976 two record live set entitled Frampton Comes Alive began to break all previous sales records. The great track I Can’t Stand It No More, was released on the 1979 album Where I Should Be. The album title said it all in defining Peter Frampton desire to shun the commercial pop world of I’m In You, and find his way back to more guitar oriented rock songs. The album Where I Should Be featured a host of some of the most famous musicians in classic rock history. On guitar and bass were the legendary Stax Records artists and blues and soul men (Blues Brothers too) Steve Cropper and Donald Dunn. Gary Malabar who had played a major role in the Steve Miller Band and also recorded with Bruce.
Peter Frampton uDiscover artist page featuring curated audio playlist streams, videos, photos, social feeds, album tracks & original artist biography. The remainder of his album output through the 1970s and 1980s included I’m In You, which was a Top 20 album here, Where I Should Be, Breaking All the Rules, The Art Of Control, Premonition and When All The Pieces Fit. In 1978 he was involved in a serious car crash in the Bahamas that laid him low for a while and interrupted his recording and touring schedule, and in 1980 further calamity ensued when all of his guitars were lost in a plane crash.
I rock you baby When I pass your way I give you lovin' You know I can't stay Leavin' town Glad I caught you now Nobody follow me I'll be back again. When I get home Can't wait to leave Back on the road That's where I should be. Oohh You think I'm crazy I've been up too long Give me two days off I'll be back as strong Hey it's alright Hey it's alright. I have to play Every night and day. When I get home Can't wait to leave Back on the road Where I should be (yeah)
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Peter Frampton: Peter Principle. Ten years after he became a megastar, the veteran artist tries to come alive again. Elizabeth Kaye's Most Recent Stories. Peter Frampton: Peter Principle. Where I Should Be was released in 1979. Only one cut, I Can’t Stand It No More, was released as a single; it reached the Top Twenty. Frampton began touring again, but now, instead of playing three nights at Madison Square Garden, he played one. The tour was very good. The audience seemed to love it. Still, he says, I knew it was different. And I suppose that was the only time when I ever maybe thought to myself, ‘Damn the live album!'
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Peppers do DVD (Peter Frampton & Bee Gees. Video, 1978, Self-Released. 1. Sgt. Peppers Help from My Fiends. I Can't Stand It no More. 2. Got My Feet Back on the Ground. 3. Where I Should Be (Monkey's Song). 4. Everything I Need. 6. You Don't Know Like I Know. 9. Take Me by the Hand.