Peter Frampton CD
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its soulful, bluesy and his guitar work is emotionally moving.
such an underrated guitarist, in my view well in the top 10, such beautiful phrasing
If you love heartfelt guitar playing and vocals you HAVE to buy this
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The Album opens powerfully with 'Day In The Sun' a track full of the signature Frampton guitar licks and a surprisingly catchy chorus. 'You Can Be Sure' then swiftly moves us into Frampton acoustic mode. The song is easy going and finds Peter in fine voice. The following 3 tracks 'It All Comes Down To You','You',and 'Can't Take That Away' all highlight Framptons 90s style and show he hasn't lost any of his touch. 'Young Island' is a brief but totally inspired acoustic intrumental piece, shimmering with emotion and understatement, this then explodes into 'Off The Hook' a superb instrumental rocker, laced with Shadows overtones and Frampton powerchords (Play this LOUD). 'Waiting For Your Love' is very much in the mode of 'Lines on my face' and allows an extended opportunity to appreciate how good a singer Peter really is. A complete shift in mood then follows with 'So hard to believe' a dark, moody track with a strangely egyptian feel,I must admit this track takes some getting used to but is compelling listening. A small piece of rock history then follows with Steve Marriott's last vocal, recorded just weeks before his tragic death, duetting with Peter on 'Out of the blue'. In my opinion this is the highlight of the album, a superb upbeat number which you can imagine yourself driving along to with the top down. It's a fine tribute not only to Steve but also to the Frampton/Marriott partnership which gave the rock world so much. One can only ponder as to what might have come of this reunion. The closing 2 numbers, 'Shelter Through The Night' and 'Changing All The Time'bring the album to a thoughful close and find Peter in reflective mood.
In conclusion, if your one of those people who bought the 'Live Album' and nothing else. This is a great opportunity to catch up and rediscover Peter Frampton. You won't be dissappointed.