Peter Frampton - Where I Should Be album flac
|A1||I Can't Stand It No More||4:13|
|A2||Got My Feet Back On The Ground||3:56|
|A3||Where I Should Be (Monkey's Song)||4:29|
|A4||Everything I Need||5:14|
|A5||May I Baby||3:36|
|B1||You Don't Know Like I Know||3:14|
|B2||She Don't Reply||3:57|
|B3||We've Just Begun||5:26|
|B4||Take Me By The Hand||4:14|
|B5||It's A Sad Affair||4:18|
- Recorded At – Cherokee Studios
- Recorded At – Hobbit Land
- Recorded At – Filmways/Heider Recording
- Recorded At – Sound City Studios
- Mixed At – Filmways/Heider Recording
- Mixed At – Sound City Studios
- Mastered At – The Mastering Lab
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – A&M Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – A&M Records, Inc.
- Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute
- Published By – Almo Music Corp.
- Published By – Fram-Dee Music Ltd.
- Published By – Frampton Music
- Published By – Pronto Music, Inc.
- Published By – East Publications Inc.
- Published By – East Memphis Music
- Published By – Cotillion Music, Inc.
- Arranged By – Peter Frampton
- Arranged By [Horns] – Greg Adams (tracks: A2 to A5)
- Arranged By [Strings] – Gene Page (tracks: A2, B5)
- Backing Vocals – Bob Mayo (tracks: A3, A4, B2), Joe Vitale (tracks: A3), Peter Frampton (tracks: A3), The Waters Family* (tracks: A1, A2, B3, B5)
- Bass – Donald "Duck" Dunn (tracks: B1, B5), Eddie N. Watkins, Jr.* (tracks: A1, A5, B2), Stanley Sheldon (tracks: A2 to A4, B3)
- Chorus – Bob Mayo (tracks: B4), Peter Frampton (tracks: B4)
- Drums – Gary Mallaber (tracks: A1, A5 to B2, B5), Jamie Oldaker (tracks: A2 to A4, B3)
- Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Clavinet – Bob Mayo (tracks: B3)
- Electric Piano [Wurlitzer] – Bob Mayo (tracks: A5)
- Engineer – Chris Kimsey, Peter Frampton, Scott Stogel, Timothy V. Boyle*, Tony D'Amico
- Engineer [Assistant] – Bubs Stirling, Cheech D'Amico*, Tchad Blake, Timothy V. Boyle*
- French Horn – David Allen Duke* (tracks: B5)
- Grand Piano [Steinway] – Bob Mayo (tracks: A1 to B2), Peter Frampton (tracks: B5)
- Guitar – Bob Mayo (tracks: B1, B4), Peter Frampton, Steve Cropper (tracks: A5, B1)
- Horns – Tower Of Power Horn Section (tracks: A2 to A5)
- Lead Vocals – Peter Frampton
- Mastered By – Mike Reese
- Mixed By – Chris Kimsey
- Organ [Hammond B-3] – Bob Mayo (tracks: A2, A5 to B2, B5)
- Percussion – Steve Forman (tracks: A1, A2, B2 to B4)
- Photography By, Design – Norman Seeff
- Producer – Chris Kimsey, Peter Frampton
- Synthesizer [Yamaha Cs-80] – Bob Mayo (tracks: A1, B3)
- Vocals – Bob Mayo (tracks: A5, B1)
- Written-By – Bob Mayo (tracks: A4, B3), Isaac Hayes & David Porter* (tracks: A5, B1), Peter Frampton (tracks: A1 to A4, B2 to B5), Rodney Eckerman (tracks: A2)
NotesRecorded at : Cherokee Recording Studios: Hobbit Land: Filmways/Heiders Recording Studios and Sound City, Los Angeles
Mixed at: Filmways/Heiders Recording Studios and Sound City, Los Angeles
All songs published by Almo Music Corp/Fram-Dee Music/Frampton Music (ASCAP) except
"May I Baby", published by Pronto Music, Inc./East Publications Inc. (BMI)
"You Don't Know Like I Know" published by East Memphis Music/Cotillion Music Inc. (BMI)
Tower Of Power Horn Section appears courtesy of Columbia Records.
The Waters appears courtesy of Arista Records.
Steve Cropper appears courtesy of Atlantic Records.
Chris Kimsey appears courtesy of Wonderknob Ltd..
Joe Vitale appears courtesy of Elektra/Asylum Records.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 075021371019
- Barcode (Text): 0 7502-13710-1
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Label): SP-3373
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Label): SP-3374
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Etched): SP-3373 P-1
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Etched): SP-3374-T2 T1
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Stamped): TML-S
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Stamped): TML-M
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Rights Society: BMI
|SP 3710, SP-3710||Peter Frampton||Where I Should Be (LP, Album, Ind)||A&M Records, A&M Records||SP 3710, SP-3710||US||1979|
|SP 3710||Peter Frampton||Where I Should Be (LP, Promo)||A&M Records||SP 3710||Canada||1979|
|SP 3710||Peter Frampton||Where I Should Be (LP, Album, San)||A&M Records||SP 3710||US||1979|
|ELD 02.09.711||Peter Frampton||Where I Should Be (LP, Album)||A&M Records||ELD 02.09.711||Peru||1979|
|CD LEM 25||Peter Frampton||Where I Should Be (CD, Album, RE)||Lemon Recordings||CD LEM 25||UK||2004|
Where I Should Be (Monkey's Song) (Album Version). Авторы текста и музыки. UMG (от лица компании "A&M"); ASCAP, UMPG Publishing, UBEM, LatinAutor, LatinAutor - UMPG" и другие авторские общества (1). Композиция. Everything I Need (Album Version). UMG; LatinAutor, ASCAP, CMRRA, UMPG Publishing, UBEM, LatinAutor - UMPG. UMG (от лица компании "A&M"); CMRRA, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, UBEM, UMPG Publishing, LatinAutor - UMPG, PEDL, LatinAutor, BMI - Broadcast Music In. Warner Chappell" и другие авторские общества (2). You Don't Know Like I Know (Album Version). Isaac Hayes, David Porter.
Producer – Chris Kimsey, Peter Frampton. Written-By – Peter Frampton (tracks: A1 to A4, B2 to B5). Note. Printed & made in Holland.
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Peter Frampton is the eleventh studio album by English singer-songwriter Peter Frampton, released in 1994. An expanded version of the album was issued in 2000. It also features one of the last recordings made by Peter's former bandmate Steve Marriott, "Out of the Blue". All songs written by Peter Frampton and Kevin Savigar; except where noted. Day in the Sun" (4:27). You Can Be Sure" (4:27). It All Comes Down to You" (6:23). Can't Take That Away" (Jonathan Cain, Peter Frampton) (5:50).
Peter Frampton uDiscover artist page featuring curated audio playlist streams, videos, photos, social feeds, album tracks & original artist biography. The remainder of his album output through the 1970s and 1980s included I’m In You, which was a Top 20 album here, Where I Should Be, Breaking All the Rules, The Art Of Control, Premonition and When All The Pieces Fit. In 1978 he was involved in a serious car crash in the Bahamas that laid him low for a while and interrupted his recording and touring schedule, and in 1980 further calamity ensued when all of his guitars were lost in a plane crash.
Frampton's songs "Baby, I Love Your Way" and "Do You Feel Like We Do" also became huge hits from his live album. These songs still get lots of airplay. This was one of the first songs U2 performed as a group. They played it at their high school talent show using the band name Feedback. More songs from Peter Frampton. More songs that were recorded live. More songs featuring a talkbox. Peter Frampton!!! Baby, I Love Way, Show me the Way (Comes Alive Album) and "It's a Sad Afair" album Where I Should Be. Wonderfullllll. Nomy from Chicago, IlLOL,I came here to find out the ons of this song.
Peter Frampton - guitar, vocals; Bob Mayo - keyboards, vocals; Stanley Sheldon - bass, vocals; Jamie Oldaker - drums, percussion; Bob Hamlin - horns; Neil Barr - horns; Joe Stellute - horns; . Following modest success in the mid-1960s in the Herd and increasing popularity during his five-album tenure in Humble Pie, lead guitarist Peter Frampton embarked on a solo career. Although it was inevitable that many of his fans would perceive this as too dramatic a departure in style, the new songs on this album were chock full of catchy hooks, memorable choruses, spicy horns and plenty of his trademark guitar stylings.
The record pays tribute to blues greats and features friends like Sonny Landreth. The two also dive into why he’s billing this year’s tour as a farewell despite having recorded four albums in the past year.
But even though Frampton claims he had complete control over every aspect of this release, the results show that maybe a good A&R person should have been hired for consultation. While this is undoubtedly a Frampton disc, complete with strummy ballads, a handful of harder-edged tunes, and lots of shimmering guitar solos, songs like the riff rocker "I'm Back" - that sports puerile lyrics such as "I'm back, like Schwarzenegger in Terminator, I'm back like a boomerang" - could use some tinkering. Otherwise, little has changed over the decades since Frampton's superstar days. He can still write a pretty Beatles-esque ballad like this disc's charming "Above it Al.
Peter Frampton: Peter Principle. Ten years after he became a megastar, the veteran artist tries to come alive again. Where I Should Be was released in 1979. Only one cut, I Can’t Stand It No More, was released as a single; it reached the Top Twenty. The album was initially conceived as a group effort, with Frampton functioning as lead guitarist, but when all the songs were written, Frampton knew that he had to be the one to sing them and that this would be a solo album. Premonition was released in early 1986, and Frampton is not discouraged by the album’s moderate sales so far.