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View Full Version : Any love for "I'm In You" by Peter Frampton?


Buttmunker
06-13-12, 02:43 PM
http://991.com/newGallery/Peter-Frampton-Im-In-You-138219.jpg

This was Peter Frampton's highest-charting single - peaked at #2 for three weeks in 1977. I didn't realize that Mick Jagger provided backing vocals to this song, and Stevie Wonder played Synthesizer.

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Or, are you simply (if at all) a fan only of his 1976 monster live album, Frampton Comes Alive?

cungar
06-13-12, 02:49 PM
No that's pretty much where most people got off the bus. I don't think any 70s superstar murdered their career in a more drastic way than this except maybe when Elton John recorded a disco album.

wm lopez
06-13-12, 05:00 PM
No that's pretty much where most people got off the bus. I don't think any 70s superstar murdered their career in a more drastic way than this except maybe when Elton John recorded a disco album.

What disco album?

cungar
06-13-12, 07:35 PM
Let's just say it's no Tumbleweed Connection

http://i.pbase.com/o5/04/877304/1/129787363.bOHgsfX0.avictimoflovealbum.jpg

cungar
06-13-12, 07:35 PM
Let's start a new thread. Albums that killed rock stars careers.

mickey65
06-13-12, 09:58 PM
One of my favorite songs by him. Altho I guess I'm in the minority here...

Rocketdog2000
06-13-12, 11:06 PM
Not a big fan of this album or the one that followed it - Where I Should Be - so much, either. Overall, it was an weak follow-up to the buzz built up with Frampton Comes Alive!. As is often the case when one has a mega selling album, the pressure to repeat that success can be extremely hard to live up to. He went from FCA!, to this record, to the dreadful Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band movie and soundtrack, to suffering a near-fatal auto accident all within the course of two years. Add into that the backlash that often comes with any mega-stardom, and it's amazing he didn't have more of a downward spiral than he went through.

However, I've pretty much liked everything he's done since the beginning of the 80's - in particular Breaking All The Rules and Art of Control, which were both very much overlooked albums. The title track of the former is one of the most rocking songs Frampton has ever done, and ranks among my favorites by him.

rw2516
06-14-12, 05:30 AM
Ditto on Breaking All The Rules. Kick ass song.

majorjoe23
06-14-12, 03:48 PM
The album title is enough to make me say "Ewww."