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Peter Frampton's Camel: A Galloping Success In The States

Interview by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, July 1973

PETER FRAMPTON made a flying visit to London last week. But the boss of Frampton's Camel couldn't stay long – too much excitement is happening ...

Peter Frampton: Frampton Comes Alive

Review by Andy Childs, ZigZag, April 1976

I MUST CONFESS before I go any further that I'm not very familiar with too many of Frampton's previous solo albums (I've only got one ...

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Peter Frampton: Wind of Change

Review by Jon Tiven, Rolling Stone, August 1972

MR. FRAMPTON IS, as the pages of rock history tell us, a young lad who has gone through many a musical change, which could be ...

Peter Frampton

Interview by Derek Grant, Beat Instrumental, May 1973

PETER FRAMPTON'S talent has been undisputed for some time now, although the final musical proof of it has always been something forecasted for the ...

Peter Frampton: Frampton's Camel

Profile and Interview by Jon Tiven, Zoo World, July 1973

PETER FRAMPTON has had a difficult time getting his personal recognition – everytime a band he's in gets popular, he splits. But now he's put ...

Dee Anthony: Dee Works!

Interview by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, February 1974

From doing impersonations of Al Jolson for 20 bucks a night to managing Humble Pie – that's the story of Dee Anthony. He talks to ...

Peter Frampton: Something's Happening

Review by Ken Barnes, Rolling Stone, May 1974

PETER FRAMPTON has become a highly stylized performer. The songs on his new album sound much the same as the material on two earlier solo ...

Peter Frampton: Rock Victim

Interview by Colin Irwin, Melody Maker, October 1974

THE MAN once dubbed the "Face Of '68" sat in the cafe, quietly reflecting on his home country. He was once the most screamed at ...

Humble Pie: Street Rats; Peter Frampton: Frampton (both A&M)

Review by Jim Esposito, Creem, August 1975

FOUR ALBUMS already? Wow. It's been four albums since Peter Frampton was still in Humble Pie. Five albums since Rock On – the only album ...

Peter Frampton: Saved by the Power of Love

Interview by Richard Cromelin, Rolling Stone, August 1975

LOS ANGELES – Peter Frampton's fine-boned, clear-eyed and unlined face gives little hint of the eight years which have elapsed since the singer/guitarist, now 25, ...

Peter Frampton: Once More With Feeling

Report and Interview by Susan Whitall, Creem, March 1976

"ROLL OVER, darling. Pass me a Marlboro," Peter murmured. ...

Peter Frampton: Frampton Comes Alive

Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, March 1976

THIS IS THE best set of live performances heard for some time, and it marks the evolution of Peter Frampton into a major rock figure, ...

Peter Frampton: How I Cracked America

Interview by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, April 1976

"IT'S ALL QUITE unbelievable really. I don't want to think about it too much. I know it's great and it's made me really happy, but ...

Peter Frampton Comes And Gets It

Report and Interview by John Swenson, Crawdaddy!, May 1976

NEW YORK – Peter Frampton seems an unlikely hero. Soft-spoken, he projects something of a folk ambiance, not the glitter/stud machismo characteristic of so many ...

Peter Frampton: Frampton Comes Alive (A&M)

Review by Susan Whitall, Creem, May 1976

WHAY, AFTER four moderately successful solo albums – not to mention a tempestuous and musically prolific stint with Steve Marriott in Humble Pie – has ...

Peter Frampton: Leader Of The Pack

Interview by Richard Cromelin, Sounds, June 1976

'Show Me The Way' pleads PETER FRAMPTON but he sure knows where he's going now. RICHARD CROMELIN reports. ...

Yes, Peter Frampton, Gary Wright: JFK Stadium, Philadelphia

Live Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, June 1976

PHILADELPHIA: As rocket shells burst overhead and mortars roared only feet away, a lone Englishman with a dapper moustache smiled with delight as he stood ...

Yes: The Biggest Gig In The Entire History Of The World

Report by Phil Sutcliffe, Sounds, June 1976

Bicentennialand and rock's favourite vegetarians take Phil Sutcliffe by storm. ...

Peter Frampton: How Frampton Came Alive

Profile and Interview by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, July 1976

WHAT WAS it about the Fifties that encouraged the birth of so much talent? Was it the result of H-bomb testing or increased sunspot activity ...

Peter Frampton

Report by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, October 1976

HOW DOES it feel to be a pop star?" The Italian journalist eagerly thrust his microphone at the glamorous vision stumbling out of his limo ...

Peter Frampton: Empire Pool, Wembley

Live Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, October 1976

"PEDER! Cor what a man," came the strangled gasp from two young chaps in the foremost rows. "Ain't 'ee sexy!" ...

Peter Frampton: Empire Pool, Wembley, London

Live Review by Chris Salewicz, New Musical Express, October 1976

Rock genius...or just another biodegradable pretty boy? C. SALEWICZ sinks his nashers in P. FRAMPTON's persona and finds it... ALL SMILE AND NO TEETH! ...

Peter Frampton: Madison Square Garden, New York NY

Live Review by Dave Marsh, Rolling Stone, November 1976

Frampton Packaging Pays Off ...

Peter Frampton: Philadelphia Screams for More

Report and Interview by Wesley Strick, Circus, August 1977

Frampton Previews I'm In You Before 90,000 Expectant Fans ...

Peter Frampton: The Rise And Rise

Interview by Penny Valentine, Creem, October 1977

IN WHICH THE PLAN IS REVEALED, ITS ARCHITECTS STEP FORWARD, AND ALL CONCERNED LOOK TO THE FUTURE ...

Peter Frampton

Retrospective and Interview by Sylvie Simmons, Kerrang!, 1998

20 YEARS ago in San Francisco, a young man from the South London suburbs made one of the biggest-selling rock ‘n’ roll records of all ...

see also Herd, The

see also Humble Pie

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