Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Peter Frampton, the Ultimate DLA. He gets his mojo (and his guitar!) back

"If you lived in the Suburbs, you were issued it," said Wayne to Garth.  Peter Frampton: Frampton Comes Alive, 1976.  This is THE monumental and hugely significant DLA.  It is the DLA by which all others are compared.  The one that started the DLA trend, and affixed Peter on top of the mountain - for a long while.  Here is the set list he will play this Saturday at the Chicago theater.  I know the set list because he is performing the album, in order.  Side one:  "Something's Happening" – 5:54.  "Doobie Wah" (Frampton, John Headley-Down, Rick Wills) – 5:28.  "Show Me the Way" – 4:42.  "It's a Plain Shame" – 4:21.  Side two:  "All I Want to Be (Is By Your Side)" – 3:27.  "Wind of Change" – 2:47.  "Baby, I Love Your Way" – 4:43.  "I Wanna Go to the Sun" – 7:02.  Side three:  "Penny for Your Thoughts" – 1:23.  "(I'll Give You) Money" – 5:39.  "Shine On" – 3:35.  "Jumpin' Jack Flash" (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 7:45.  Side four:  "Lines on My Face" – 7:06.  "Do You Feel Like We Do?" (Frampton, Mick Gallagher, John Siomos, Rick Wills) – 14:15.  Peter's bass player on this tour is Stanley Sheldon, who was the very same bass player from the FCA album - cool!

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