“There was only ONE of those voices,” Peter Frampton reminded me emphatically one time. Here the late Steve Marriott displays one of the reasons he was inducted posthumously into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as the lead singer of the Small Faces , with one of their signature songs “Tin Soldier” performed live […]
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…(cont) Humble Pie the full fiery amalgam was unleashed of Small Faces veteran Steve Marriot’s megawatt blue-eyed soul voice , the thundering rhythm section of ex-Spooky Tooth bass player Greg Ridley and drummer Jerry Shirley, with the melodic lyrical lead guitar of a teenage Peter Frampton . Frampton and Shirley join me In The Studio for this classic rock interview.
As Peter Frampton mounts his farewell tour of America, his long-ago adopted home, it also marks the thirtieth anniversary of one of the Eighties’ real under-rated gems, 1989’s “When All the Pieces Fit” . But Peter’s health concern now with a progressive degenerative muscular disease, which prompted the current farewell tour, is not his first crisis, as you will hear in this interview.
On the debut “Shake Your Moneymaker”, The Black Crowes sounded as if the late Small Faces/ Humble Pie dynamo Steve Marriott had gone on holiday to Paris and dropped in on the Rolling Stones sessions while recording “Exile on Main Street” .
Rock Hall Snubs: Peter Frampton “In the Studio” with Redbeard
Working without a net , unrehearsed and totally impromptu ,surrounded by wall-to-wall fans crammed like sardines into a Dallas bar/restaurant in February 1994 for my Friday afternoon remote broadcast on Q-102 ,Peter Frampton obliged his loyal fans with the appropriate “All I Want to Be is By Your Side” which I first played back in 1972 on my first radio station in Findlay , Ohio .
Way way back to even the eponymous Humble Pie album in 1969 when barely out of his teens, I thought that Peter Frampton‘s lyrical, almost jazzy lead guitar figures set him apart from so many of his less imaginative peers, and it has been a pleasure to watch him refine his chops even while exploring new […]
“That brings us to the The Faces, the famous drinking group!”, chuckles Rod Stewart in this rare classic rock interview.”That was the problem with The Faces: you could never get us out of the pub!” That may have been the only problem, then, because on any given night between 1970 and 1975, the London-based quintet […]
Peter Frampton interview In the Studio for “Frampton Comes Alive”
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