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More ways than one by Peter Frampton. Comboplate Music (ASCAP), Tiger God Music. Island Music, Inc. (BMI). I knew I was in trouble when I saw you for the first time. Cause you're a little bit different-you're driving me wild. I'm gonna make you love me even if it takes a lifetime. Let me in and I'll show you the power. You gotta let me in and I'll show you the way. The way it could be can't you see. I believe there are more ways than one. Any door can be opened
The album sold more than 8 million copies in the United States and spawned several hit singles. Since then he has released several other albums. He has also worked with Ringo Starr, David Bowie and both Matt Cameron and Mike McCready from Pearl Jam, among others. Frampton is best known for such hits as "Breaking All the Rules", "Show Me the Way", "Baby, I Love Your Way", "Do You Feel Like We Do", and "I'm in You", which remain staples on classic rock radio. Peter Frampton had little commercial success with his early albums. The latter two tracks also featured his use of the talk box guitar effect.
Peter Frampton is the eleventh studio album by English singer-songwriter Peter Frampton, released in 1994. An expanded version of the album was issued in 2000. It also features one of the last recordings made by Peter's former bandmate Steve Marriott, "Out of the Blue". All songs written by Peter Frampton and Kevin Savigar; except where noted. Day in the Sun" (4:27). You Can Be Sure" (4:27). It All Comes Down to You" (6:23). Can't Take That Away" (Jonathan Cain, Peter Frampton) (5:50).
1. More Ways Than One. 5:32. Ano. 7 82030-1, 82030-1. When All The Pieces Fit (LP, Album).
Frampton co-produced All Blues with Chuck Ainlay at Studio Phenix, the guitarist’s personal studio in Nashville, Tennessee
Rock legend Peter Frampton is voyaging into a new genre. The guitar virtuoso has announced a new album called All Blues, composed entirely of blues covers performed by the Peter Frampton Band. I have always loved to play the blues, Frampton remarked in the album’s press release. When we formed Humble Pie, the first material we played together was just that. For the last two summers I had been playing a handful of blues numbers every night onstage with Steve Miller Band. I enjoyed this immensely and it gave me the idea of doing an All Blues album live in the studio with my band.
Composer: Peter Frampton.
More Ways Than One 09. Holding On To You 10. The Bigger They Come 1. Listening to Peter Frampton is like sitting in the back of an old station wagon on a hot summer's day with all of the windows rolled down; it's unremarkably comforting. The former British press-appointed "Face of 1968" went from the Preachers to the Herd to Humble Pie before unleashing the record that would haunt garage sales for the next 30 years (Frampton Comes Alive!) and secure him a place in the pop culture totem pole.