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Peter Frampton

Episode 103, Caropop with Mark Caro

Peter Frampton played guitar, wrote and sang on four Humble Pie studio albums and a live album that outsold them all. Then he made four solo albums and a live album that outsold them all—by a lot. With Intervention Records’ stellar Frampton@50 box reintroducing listeners to the best three of those early solo albums, Frampton takes us back to those formative years when he was doing session work on George Harrison’s All Things Must Pass, discovering the talk box, refining his sound, writing “Show Me the Way” and “Baby, I Love Your Way” the same day and taking the rocket ride that was Frampton Comes Alive! He also reveals what he actually is saying on the talk box portion of “Do You Feel Like We Do.”



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