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Peter Frampton

Peter Frampton

Peter Frampton is an English musician, singer-songwriter and producer originally from Beckenham. He shot to fame in the mid-'70s with the rock classic "Show Me The Way".

His other massive song was "Baby I Love Your Way", covered by Big Mountain for a number one hit in 1994.

He released his debut album, "Wind of Change" in 1972, followed by: "Frampton's Camel" (1973), "Somethin's Happening" (1974), "Frampton" (1975), "Frampton Comes Alive!" (1976), "I'm in You" (1977), "Where I Should Be" (1979), "Rise Up" (1980), "Breaking All the Rules" (1981), "The Art of Control" (1982), "Premonition" (1986), "When All the Pieces Fit" (1989), "Peter Frampton" (1994), "Frampton Comes Alive! II" (1995), "Now" (2003), "Fingerprints" (2006), "Thank You Mr. Churchill" (2010), "Hummingbird in a Box" (2014), "Acoustic Classics" (2016), plus 2019's: "All Blues".

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