Peter Frampton: Live in Detroit

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Released 1999

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Peter Frampton: Live in Detroit

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1999
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Peter Frampton: Live in Detroit is a concert of the legendary 1970s rocker that was filmed at the Pine Knob Amphitheater in 1999. Regarded as one of the most prolific guitarists, singers and songwriters of his era, the British rocker indulges the sold out crowd with some of the biggest hits of his relatively short career. Frampton rocks through a mixture of oldies including "Baby (Something's Happening)", "Baby, I Love Your Way", "Do You Feel Like We Do", and "Show Me the Way" with some of his newer material. Having abandoned his trademark shoulder-length curls and 1970s attire, Frampton looks far more conservative as he moves across the stage strumming fierce guitar licks. Frampton is also backed up by an impressive band that includes Bob Mayo, the only member of his original lineup. Frampton gained fame through his prowess as a live performer and this concert is definitely a crowd pleaser.
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