Peter Frampton: Frampton Comes Alive
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 other one) although the stuff that I have heard sounded quite respectable without knocking me sideways. An awful lot of people would appear to feel more strongly about Frampton however, as this album is currently topping the Billboard chart in America and doing monster business.
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