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Frampton Comes Alive II (Live)


Download links and information about Frampton Comes Alive II (Live) by Peter Frampton. This album was released in 1995 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:54:36 minutes.

Artist: Peter Frampton
Release date: 1995
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:54:36
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No. Title Length
1. Introduction By Jerry Pompili 0:21
2. Day In the Sun 5:46
3. Lying 5:05
4. For Now 6:10
5. Most of All 6:00
6. You 7:41
7. Waiting for Your Love 7:29
8. I'm In You 4:25
9. Talk to Me 4:17
10. Hang On to a Dream 3:13
11. Can't Take That Away 10:21
12. More Ways Than One 5:30
13. Almost Said Goodbye 4:50
14. Off the Hook 3:54
15. Show Me the Way 5:55
16. Nassau/Baby, I Love Your Way 6:35
17. Lines On My Face 7:36
18. Do You Feel Like We Do 19:28



Nearly twenty years after the original Frampton Comes Alive! — and two years after Meat Loaf proved that explicit sequels to '70s blockbusters were commercially viable — Peter Frampton released Frampton Comes Alive II. Twenty years is a long time, and the Frampton showcased on this album — originally released as a 13-track album in 1976 and expanded into a double-disc deluxe edition in 2007 (an expansion that doesn't change the character of the album since it only offers more of the same) is quite different than the one on the first Frampton Comes Alive!. He, of course, is an older musician, which is something that he doesn't try to disguise: always an enormously accomplished guitarist, his playing has only grown tighter over the years, resulting in a clean (maybe too clean) professional set that gives a good name to rock & roll veterans. But just because he's older doesn't mean that he doesn't have anything to prove: Frampton Comes Alive! was a career-making blockbuster but it was a bit of an albatross around his neck, turning him into a one-hit wonder or a '70s relic in some quarters. He's out to shake loose this perception here, refusing to rely on the big '70s hits (at least in the album's original incarnation; they're the bonus tracks on the 2007 special edition) and playing with spirit here. The spirit may be more evident in his guitar than his vocals — he occasionally sounds a little thin as he sings — but it helps make Frampton Comes Alive II, Rovi