The English guitarist was ready for the solo debut that arrived in the spring of 1972.
In celebration of one of the UK's most distinguished guitarists and singer-writers of the past five decades.
The 1975 album is a fascinating record of what was happening immediately before the English singer-guitarist’s solo career went stratospheric.
Such was the popularity of British band The Herd that the emerging Peter Frampton was dubbed 'The Face of ’68.'
Formerly of The Herd and Humble Pie and a big star in his own right, Frampton has been a signature Gibson and Epiphone artist for over twenty-five years.
'He Was Really Sayin' Somethin'' was nothing like the big hit it deserved to be, but it became a much-loved Hitsville highlight.
Before he was 22, Ridley had been a co-founder of two key British bands of the late 1960s, Spooky Tooth and Humble Pie.
Released in 1973, 'Frampton's Camel' is classic early 70s rock, and set the stage for 'Frampton Comes Alive' a few years later.
Held on the second weekend of August 1968, this is one of the least remembered of all the late 1960s outdoor events. It shouldn't be.
The British singer-songwriter from Beckenham, Kent is known for his estimable solo career as well as performing with the talk box instrument.
Before going on to become a legendary guitarist in his own right, Peter Frampton was a The Herd, a cult 60s group whose work stil shines.