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Frampton Comes Alive! (25th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) [US Import] SACD, Deluxe Edition, Original recording remastered, Import

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  • Audio CD (26 Aug. 2003)
  • Please Note: Requires SACD-compatible hardware
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: SACD, Deluxe Edition, Original recording remastered, Import
  • Label: A&M Records
  • ASIN: B0000AYL16
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (95 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 518,834 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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PETER FRAMPTON Frampton Comes Alive (2003 US Deluxe Edition 18-track digitally remastered double SACD [Super Audio CD - playable on all SACD and CD players - in 5.1 Surround Sound]. Originally released in 1976 including four previously unreleased tracks - Just The Time Of Year Nowheres Too Far For My Baby White Sugar and Days Dawning. Housed in a picture sleeve)

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Format: Audio CD
If you do the sun shone forever and this was THE album to play!
Oh for great memories! Crank up the volume- go crusin in your car and see the flock approach ...
Do you Feel Like We Do ? 14 mins of brilliance and Lines On My Face both CLASSIC!
Show Me The Way was virtually played bare as the single to the release.Oh for the crackles of the vinyl! But this is classic without them! Remember the Voice Box and your air guitar impressions ?
Wind Of Change - I Wanna Go To The Sun - Baby I Love Your Way.
This is Stadium Rock at its best. It sold in bucketloads and held the record for a live recording for many a year.
Buy a slice of History. Oasis move sidewards for a class Brit!
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This 25th anniversary reissue (can it really be that long since I rushed out to buy the double LP shortly after its release??) of one of rock's most famous (and sadly sometimes derided) live albums returns some of the authenticity which was lost from the original album. Three more live tracks from the series of American concerts which gave rise to the ‘Comes alive’ album are added, together with a live performance recorded in an American studio in the same year, 1975. The order of the songs is returned to that of the original shows, the sequence used on the original album having been dictated primarily by the constraints of LP-side timings. The new sequencing of the tracks is fine, and the concert seems to take on a new character as a result, with a more pronounced ‘unplugged’ section in the middle. All the tracks have been remastered and some remixing done, and the recording again becomes a double album, since it no longer fits on to one CD. The packaging is superb, with very high quality archive concert photos, a new essay, and all the song lyrics - not that they exactly qualify as great poetry!
However, despite these changes the resulting album is not perhaps quite as good as it might have been. The remastering is a bit louder than the previous CD remaster, but not significantly different, and whatever remixing has been done is so subtle as to be virtually undetectable. I had hoped that by way of a change the rather intrusive audience noise (especially the scary bang in the middle of ‘Wind of change’) might have been reduced a little in this version, but it remains as loud as before.
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It took me a long time to start appreciating this album but when it finally settled, it became one of my favorites. "Show me the way" of course was a monster hit but when it came out, I thought it was a little over-the-top. But years later, after listening to the album a few times, it hit home. This expanded version adds some extra tracks without compromising the total quality of the album.
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Having only ever listened to the original album from in the form it first came out in 1976,the 25TH anniversary edition was on first listening disappointing, partially because the added tracks did not come up to scratch with the 14 tracks on the '76' album but also because some of the tracks had been moved around from the original recordings lineup.However suprisingly after dismissing the second disappointment I persevered and it has grown on me to the extent where when I fancy putting on 'Frampton comes alive' I cannot decide which version to play.........it is a brilliant,classic 70s album that I have never tired of.
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By Radiojock TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 26 Aug. 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
All right, here comes a bit of weirdness. According to the Autorip album, I should have 14 tracks, but what I actually have is a two-album CD set under the same title, the first having 11 songs; the second, having 8, giving me 19 live Frampton tracks altogether. Two very impressive long tracks, one just under 14 minutes long: Do You Feel Like We Do, and the other is just under 12 minutes: a second version of Do You Feel Like We do - both of these are on the second album. Now I have to check through the whole song listing to see if everything on the original album is there!

It's a beautiful sound on my Wharfedale D9 speakers. My amp can hold four speakers, so when I get the second pair, I know I'll be delighted to hear this album again with the sound upgrade. It's unmistakeably Frampton and an album I'd heard so much about when I was a kid. Now I finally have the pleasure of hearing it for the first time at the age of almost 52 and, so far, I'm loving it! I've always adored Show Me The Way, and that's the one raising the rafters as I type. :)
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Im only 18 so frampton is a bit before my time.
I first heard about it on waynes world were they made the joke of everbody owning this album, of course this was lsot on me.
Its a live mix of stadium rock and 70s style blues rock.
its full of classics. with begining trcks which just set the mood, then some amazing acoustic playing and then very powerful reock songs.
this is without doubt one of the best live albums ever made. buy it to own a classic.
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I'm 26 years old, I bought this album when I was 15 and i still see it as iconic. It is one of those that I put on as a fall back, when I want something I know I'm going to enjoy. From the opening line of "if ever there was a musician who was an honorary member of San Francisco society" to the end, it's a really great listen. Framptons use of the voice box to make his guitar talk was innovative and ground breaking, and it is really shown off on this live album. The recording quality is really high as well, which is probably what makes this one of the classic live albums.
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