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Thank You Mr Churchill


Download links and information about Thank You Mr Churchill by Peter Frampton. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 59:09 minutes.

Artist: Peter Frampton
Release date: 2010
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
Tracks: 12
Duration: 59:09
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No. Title Length
1. Thank You Mr Churchill 4:54
2. Solution 3:48
3. Road to the Sun (feat. Julian Frampton) 5:10
4. I'm Due a You 5:00
5. Vaudeville Nanna and the Banjolele 4:35
6. Asleep At the Wheel 6:48
7. Suite Liberte (a. Megumi / b. Huria Watu) 7:28
8. Restraint 3:41
9. I Want It Back 4:38
10. Invisible Man 4:48
11. Black Ice 4:47
12. I Understand 3:32



Peter Frampton’s great success in the ‘70s turned out to be the worst thing that ever happened to him. The legitimate guitar hero was suddenly seen as a pop star and teen heartthrob. This superficial impression haunted the man for years and he has never been able to regain his commercial footing as a serious hard-rock player. But his hardcore fans know the man can flat-out play and 2010’s Thank You Mr. Churchill is an album his fans will surely use as proof that Frampton is still a formidable rocker. From the opening power chords of the title track through the Stones-like shuffle of “Solution” to the purebred arena rock of “I’m Due a You,” Frampton is out to prove that he’s lost nothing with age. The Funk Brothers join him for “Invisible Man” adding their elastic rhythms, while in other spots Soundgarden/ Pearl Jam drummer Matt Cameron adds his firm crunch. “Suite Liberte” is a gentle acoustic piece that showcases Frampton’s broad powers and reminds us of his GRAMMY-winning soundtrack work on Fingerprints. Son Julian adds vocals to “Road to the Sun.”