Peter Frampton rocketed to fame in 1976 with Frampton Comes Alive!, a double LP that reshaped songs from his first four albums into versions that became era-defining hits. In their live incarnations, "Show Me the Way," "Baby, I Love Your Way,'' and "Do You Feel Like We Do" all became Top 40 smashes and enduring AOR cuts, songs that captured the arena-filling glory of album rock in the days prior to punk. The success of Frampton Comes Alive! was so great that it overshadowed his early days as a hotshot guitarist in the Herd and Humble Pie, and it also shaped the impression of the music he made in its immediate aftermath, records that failed to replicate the double-live's blockbuster status. Over the ensuing decades, Frampton proved that he was a survivor, working steadily on his own and as a sideman, notably playing on Never Let Me Down, ...
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