Released on this day in 1975. “Frampton” is the 4th studio album by Peter Frampton. It was released in 1975 before he went on tour and recorded “Frampton Comes Alive!” The most recognizable songs from the album are "Show Me the Way" and "Baby, I Love Your Way" which became big hits when released as singles from “Frampton Comes Alive!” Peter Frampton left Humble Pie because the band was getting more into a louder, and harder rock groove that overwhelmed the technical skills he'd spent years working on as a guitarist he instilled a lot of that technical skill into this highly melodic 4th solo album. The album was recorded at Clearwell Castle in Gloucestershire, with Ronnie Lane's Mobile Studio parked outside. Frampton's work on the album did a lot to grow his reputation as a solo artist. The album went to on the Billboard 200 album chart, setting the stage for the blockbuster success of his 1976 double live LP “Frampton Comes Alive!.” Via: @grizz51
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