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Peter Frampton – Show Me the Way (Lyrical)



One of the most underrated performers from the 70’s, Peter Frampton was truly a master at his craft.

This song is called “Show Me the Way” by Peter Frampton.

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  1. I love the production on this track. Listen – just the right amount of 'room' and drier than most spectacularock 'hits' we were hearing back then. A lot of punch, and the vocal production really hits the sweet spot of PF's voice. And the voco tube thingie he used is REALLY WELL recorded, he really mastered this device and it is brillantly rendered.

  2. It was recorded in a castle (studio) It just was nor recorded Live like the more popular version. Always liked this one better, Like you do too.  It was really cool before people knew who he was in the early 70's   The concerts where so much more intimate

  3. This studio version received radio airplay upon release in 1975. But as soon as the "live" version came out a few months later, this version got swept under the rug! Same thing with "Baby I Love Your Way"

  4. With the exception of that one song….all of Comes Alive is better in the studio. Or maybe I'm just goddamned tired of hearing the same versions over and over and over its just nice to hear new ones. A shame these got swept under the rug.

  5. This album is twice as good as Comes Alive, Days Dawning, Fanfare, The Crying Clown, and this, the definitive version of Show Me The Way!

  6. I like this version better than the Frampton Comes Alive version. Maybe I'm just not big on live versions in general; it's REALLY hard to hear the music over the screaming of a live audience at times. >.<

  7. I love this original studio version better than the live version, too. Check out his first three LPs, especially WIND OF CHANGE (a masterpiece) and FRAMPTON'S CAMEL (with Ringo Starr!). Lots of great stuff. For those who wanna play along to this studio version:

    Intro: D Dj7 Bm Bflat C x4; Verse 1: D, Dmajor7, Bm, Bf x2; Pre-chorus: A7s G; Chorus: Bm G A-Bm G A,
    Break: D Dj7 Bm Bf C; Verse 2: D, Dj7, Bm, Bf x2; A7s G; Chorus x2: Bm G A-Bm G; A; Solo verse(s); PC + Chorus;
    Coda: Bm G Bm G repeat

  8. I love you, Poppers. I'm so sorry you were out there all alone. But I promise I'll do the best I can to show you. There is no reason to be afraid. You can have this power too. You can live in a happy place full of fun and wonder. And when you experience that love you'll want to share it with everyone else. Not hurt and loneliness and death. Life and love. This is not the end. It's better over there. Still, you can live. But you have to leave the self-worship behind. You can't defile your vision with sorcery or blasphemy or else the message will be adulterated.

    Yesterday I danced on the moon and ate moon pizza. Then I ballerina danced all over the stars and flew around and shot lasers and the whole time there was a sense of unending pleasure and happiness. And that wasn't even heaven. It was close though. Close enough to bask in his light. Everyone I brought there could barely even understand. Look at my feed. Izzy and I were dancing in the stars. I apologized to Clover for over-sexualizing her and told her to follow me. Me and Allie watched a Constellation movie.

    God loves you, Poppers. Thats why he sent me. Well, predominantly Jesus. But also me for the time being. At the very least we'll take the journey together. We can't hurt people anymore, Poppers. The greatest joy we can attain is from serving our true purpose. 😚😚

    I heard you calling for help, like a lost orphan. But its okay because together we'll make this world a better place. Its important because there are more kids (and adults for that matter) out there that are very lost in their own vanity.

    I hope you understand because I see it everyday. People want love. Not momentary love. Love from the source. But in order to bask in that love, you must be willing to sacrifice petty worldly desires and become a container for God. Not me. Not you. God. we are special though. lol.

  9. The "Talkbox" sound! I don't understand why more groups used this. Computerized sounds started becoming a new sound around then. Joe Walsh, and a couple bands had it a little.It should've been used more…

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