I bought 'Wind Of Change' on it's release back in the early seventies on the strength of hearing Peter Frampton with Humble Pie on 'Rockin the Filmore'. I really like his melodic style of improvising, and think he is a much underated guitarist. Although not a great singer, he has an interesting voice which adds a unique sound to his songs.
The album is not typical 'Pie', but does have some songs that could have fitted onto one of their albums;'Plain Shame', 'Jumpin Jack Flash' and 'Alright'. The other songs have some quirky lyrics, good melodies, and 'All I Want to Be' is worth the price on it's own. Ten times better than the accoustic version on 'Frampton Comes Alive'!!!Turn up the volume on the long fade out to hear everything!
'Frampton's Camel' is a good listern, and has a collection of typical Frampton songs, but one or two weaker songs which means it doesn';t quite match the standard of his debut album.
All in all, a must for anyone who loves classic rock from this period.