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Peter Frampton


Hard Rock, Hollywood, Florida

October 15, 2011

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by PeterP

A LONG show!. I was tempted to give this 2 stars but Peter Frampton is such a nice and talented guy that he deserves better. The problem is that the album 'Frampton Comes Alive' [a double album] really does not sustain a show. It's just too long [and a little too mellow for my taste].Iif you love the album its worth seeing this show or if you want a laid back evening of well played music from the 70's, otherwsie it's dated. Peter Frampton is front and center all show long to the point of self indulgence, but he is accompanied by a competent band. His voice tube thingy is interesting for about 3 minutes

I liked things better when Frampton played other songs at the end of the show, particularly Black Hole Sun. He is so good he could play good songs by other people and have a better show IMHO.

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Rating: 1.9/5 (49 votes cast)

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