Top Peter Frampton Albums
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All Blues
All Blues
[2019]
Acoustic Classics
Acoustic Classics
[2016]
Hummingbird in a Box
Hummingbird in a Box
[2014]
FCA!35 Tour: An Evening With Peter Frampton (Live)
FCA!35 Tour: An Evening With Peter Frampton (Live)
[2012]
Thank You Mr Churchill
Thank You Mr Churchill
[2010]
Rarities Edition: Frampton Comes Alive! - EP
Rarities Edition: Frampton Comes Alive! - EP
[2010]
When All the Pieces Fit
When All the Pieces Fit
[2010]
Frampton Comes Alive II (Live)
Frampton Comes Alive II (Live)
[2007]
Fingerprints
Fingerprints
[2006]
Nannette Workman Sessions
Nannette Workman Sessions
[2004]
Where I Should Be
Where I Should Be
[2004]
Now
Now
[2003]
Anthology: The History of Peter Frampton
Anthology: The History of Peter Frampton
[2001]
Peter Frampton
Peter Frampton
[1994]
Shine On - A Collection
Shine On - A Collection
[1992]
Classics, Vol. 12
Classics, Vol. 12
[1987]
Premonition
Premonition
[1986]
Breaking All the Rules
Breaking All the Rules
[1981]
Frampton Comes Alive! (Deluxe Version)
Frampton Comes Alive! (Deluxe Version)
[1976]
Frampton
Frampton
[1975]
Something's Happening
Something's Happening
[1974]
Frampton's Camel
Frampton's Camel
[1973]
Wind of Change
Wind of Change
[1972]
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Baby I Love Your Way Show Me The Way Tempted Do You Feel Like We Do I'm In You I Can't Stand It No More Signed Sealed Delivered (i'm Yours) More Ways Than One Lying Lines On My Face It's A Plain Shame Magic Moon (da Da Da Da Da!) Doobie Wah Breaking All The Rules Golden Goose Mia Rose Wind Of Change Hour Of Need Don't Fade Away The Bigger They Come White Sugar Going To L.a. For Now Oh For Another Day She Don't Reply I Wanna Go To The Sun Wasting The Night Away The Crying Clown Alright Dig What I Say Day In The Sun Waterfall Shelter Through The Night Where I Should Be Hard Fig Tree Bay Jumpin' Jack Flash Changing All The Time Everything I Need Just The Time Of Year Sail Away It's A Sad Affair Underhand All I Wanna Be Fanfare We've Just Begun Day's Dawning Verge Of A Thing Something's Happening Lady Lieright All Night Long Hiding From A Heartache (putting My) Heart On The Line I Don't Need No Doctor Almost Said Goodbye I Got My Eyes On You Shine On Out Of The Blue Which Way The Wind Blows Got My Feet Back On The Ground Into View Tried To Love Can't Take That Away You Don't Know Like I Know Hang On To A Dream While My Guitar Gently Weeps You Had To Be There You If You Say Goodbye Most Of All St. Thomas (don't You Know How I Feel) It All Comes Down To You Stop Holding On To You 80's Music Baby (somethin's Happening) Lost A Part Of You Talk To Me May I Baby You Can Be Sure Nowhere's Too Far (for My Baby) Flying Without Wings Moving A Mountain Rocky's Hot Club Waiting For Your Love All Eyes On You Friday On My Mind So Hard To Believe Apple Of Your Eye You Know So Well Premonition You Kill Me The Lodger Love Stands Alone Call Of The Wild Don't Have To Worry A Woman Take Me By The Hand (i'm A) Road Runner I Don't Wanna Let You Go I'll Give You Money One More Time Rise Up Won't You Be My Friend I Believe (When I Fall In Love With You It Will Be Forever) Thank You Mr Churchill Black Ice Restraint Not Forgotten Asleep At The Wheel I Won't Let You Down I Want It Back Solution Invisible Man Road To The Sun (feat. Julian Frampton) Vaudeville Nanna And The Banjolele I'm Due A You This Time Around People All Over The World All Down To Me Penny For Your Thoughts I'm A King Bee Same Old Blues Me And My Guitar She Caught The Katy The Thrill Is Gone (feat. Sonny Landreth) All Blues (feat. Larry Carlton) I Just Want To Make Love To You (feat. Kim Wilson) Georgia On My Mind You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover Going Down Slow (feat. Steve Morse)
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Related Information for Peter Frampton
Peter Frampton (born 22 April 1950 in Beckenham, Kent) is a British musician, best known today for his multi-platinum selling solo work in the mid-70s when he was an "arena rocker". He originally became famous, however, as a young member of psychedelic era band The Herd and became a teen idol in Britain. Steve Marriott reportedly wanted to bring the 18-year-old Frampton into the Small Faces lineup but ended up starting Humble Pie with Frampton instead.After touring the US and Europe for two years, he left Humble Pie as the group was gaining popularity because of disdain for Marriott's hard living lifestyle and screaming boogie rock direction. Aside from his work with Humble Pie, other recordings of this era that feat... read more