Peter Frampton

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Once dubbed "The Face of 1968" by the British music press, the one-time teen idol Peter Frampton has been a blues-rocker in Humble Pie, a platinum-selling '70s superstar, and a latter-day session guitarist for David Bowie. His 2006 album of instrumentals features a variety of British rock and jazz talent, including the saxophonist Courtney Pine, the seminal 1960s guitarist Hank Marvin, and the reunited Rolling Stones' rhythm section Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts, in a varied set that runs the gamut of contemporary musical styles, from Latin, blues, and R&B, to hard rock, funk, and Django Reinhardt-influenced jazz.

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