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Old 04-12-07, 08:38 AM
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need help with a song title

I've heard this same song a couple of times the ;ast couple of weeks on the radio but they never say who it is by and I alwasy catch it halfway thru so it's possible they said who performed it before it started.

Anyway, I'm pretty sure it's an older song, but it is a live track and has some awesome guitar work, including an incredible solo in the middle accompanied by I'm assuming the guitarist using the "wah-wah" box (don't know the proper name, but it's similar to what Richie Sambora uses in Bon Jovi's "Livin' On A Prayer".)

It's possibly from the 70's or 80's.

I realise it's a long shot, but figured there's some knowledgeable music folks on board that someone might be able to help me.
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Old 04-12-07, 08:59 AM
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Pretty damn difficult to say, without any lyrics given, but I'll take a shot in the dark and say that it's "Do You Feel Like We Do" by Peter Frampton.

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Old 04-12-07, 09:12 AM
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I'd guess Frampton as well.
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What is the format of the radio station? Classic rock? 80s?
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Old 04-12-07, 09:48 AM
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I'll third Peter Frampton

Cassandra: Wait, let me show you what I got at a garage sale.

Wayne: What'cha got?

Cassandra: Isn't that great? You've heard it?

Wayne: Exqueese me? Have I seen this one before? "Frampton Comes Alive"? Everybody in the world has Frampton Comes Alive. If you lived in the suburbs you were issued it. It came in the mail with samples of "Tide".
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Old 04-12-07, 11:30 AM
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it's called a talk box, BTW.
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Old 04-12-07, 01:11 PM
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Frampton uses the talk box on Show Me The Way which gets alot of air play also.
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Old 04-12-07, 11:04 PM
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I'm going to go with Peter Frampton also. If not him, here's a list of songs that featured a talk box, per wikipedia:

Songs featuring a talk box:

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Roger Troutman — most songs, examples: "Computer Love", "More Bounce to the Ounce", "Doo Wa Ditty". Troutman is also featured as a talk box player on numerous hip hop and R'n'B recordings including the well known "California Love" by 2pac
Zapp and Roger — most songs, examples: "Funky Bounce", "Dance Floor", "Radio People"
The Funktion (Paul Holt) — All of his songs include a talkbox examples: "Feel This Groove", "It's Time", "The Girl Is Bad", "You're Such a Mirage", "So What the Fuss"(originally by Stevie Wonder)
Peter Frampton — "Do You Feel Like We Do", "Show Me the Way"
Bon Jovi (Richie Sambora) — many songs since the late 1980s. As a lead instrument: "It's My Life", "Livin' on a Prayer". As a backing instrument: "Everyday", "Bounce", "One Wild Night", "All I Want Is Everything", "I Want to Be Loved" as well as other songs.

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Above the Law — "Sumner Days", "Apocalypse Now"
Aerosmith (Joe Perry) — "Sweet Emotion"
Alice in Chains (Jerry Cantrell) — "Man in the Box", "Rotten Apple"
Blackstreet — "No Diggity", "Don't Leave Me"
Black Label Society — "Fire It Up", "Blacked Out World", "Concrete Jungle", "Dirt On The Grave", "Too Tough To Die"
Bootsy Collins — "#1 Funkateer", "Shin-o-Myte"
Carlos Santana — "Stand Up"
Cinnamon Joe (Cristman Lumsden) — "Heat Lightning"
Coheed and Cambria (Travis Stever) — "The Light and the Glass", "The Final Cut"
Daft Punk — "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger"
Dandy Warhols — "The creep out"
DJ Quik — "Safe + Sound", "Can I Eat It?"
The Eagles (Don Felder and Joe Walsh) — "Those Shoes"
Emerson Lake and Palmer — "New Orleans"
The Flaming Lips — "The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song", "The Wizard Turns On..."
Foo Fighters (Dave Grohl) — "Generator"
Foxy — "Get Off"
Fun Lovin' Criminals (Hugh Morgan) — "My Sin"
Peter Frampton — "Do You Feel Like We Do", "Show Me the Way," "Black Hole Sun"
Godsmack — "I Stand Alone", "No Rest For the Wicked"
Guns N' Roses, Velvet Revolver (Slash) — "Rocket Queen (live)", "Anything Goes", "Hair of the Dog", "Dust n' Bones (live)", "Double Talkin' Jive", "Money" (Velvet Revolver)
Kam — "Trust Nobody", "In Traffic"
Kid Rock — "I Am the Bullgod (Talkbox Version)"
Kool G Rap — "My Life"
The Lafayette Afro Rockband — "Darkest Light", "Scorpion Flower", "Voodounon"
Lo Fidelity Allstars — "Dark Is Easy", "Don't Be Afraid of Love"
Metallica (James Hetfield) — "The House Jack Built"
moe. (Chuck Garvey) — "Happy Hour Hero", "Nebraska(album version)"
Mφtley Crόe (Mick Mars) — "Kickstart My Heart"
Muse — "Supermassive Black Hole", "Muscle Museum", "Knights of Cydonia", "City of Delusion"
Mushroomhead — "Erase The Doubt"
Nazareth (Manny Charlton) — "Hair of the Dog", "Born Under the Wrong Sign"
Nickelback — "Breathe", "Woke Up This Morning"
Pink Floyd (David Gilmour) — "Keep Talking", "Pigs (Three Different Ones)"
Queen (Brian May) — "Delilah"
Rage Against the Machine (Tom Morello) — "Wake Up" and "Guerrilla Radio"
Rascal Flatts — "Me and My Gang"
Red Hot Chili Peppers — "Falling Into Grace" (Dave Navarro), "Funky Crime" (Hillel Slovak), "Million Miles of Water" (John Frusciante)
Rufus — "Tell Me Something Good"
Scorpions (Matthias Jabs) — "The Zoo", "To Be Number One", "Can You Feel It", "Money and Fame", "Media Overkill"
Snoop Dogg — "What's My Name", "Snoop Bounce"
Soulive — "Romantic", "Back Again"
Steely Dan — "Haitian Divorce", "East St. Louis Toodle-oo"
Steve Miller Band — "The Joker"
Timbaland — "Wait a Minute" (with the Pussycat Dolls)
Toby Mac — "Feelin' So Fly"
Tool (Adam Jones) — "Jambi", "Rosetta Stoned"
T Pain — "I'm Sprung"
Joe Walsh — "Rocky Mountain Way"
Johnny Guitar Watson — "A Real Mother for Ya", "Your Love Is My Love"
Chris Weber — "It's Alright" U.P.O.
Weezer — "Beverly Hills"
The Wild Magnolias — "Cory Died on the Battlefield", "Smoke My Peace Pipe (Smoke It Right)"
Wishbone Ash (Andy Powell) - various tracks on the "Locked In" album
Stevie Wonder — "1-2-3 Sesame Street", "Love Having You Around"
Michał Urbaniak — "Street Talk", "Paris Groove"
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if it's not a frampton song then i shouldnt be listening to music
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Old 04-13-07, 08:39 AM
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Originally Posted by MWB
Pretty damn difficult to say, without any lyrics given, but I'll take a shot in the dark and say that it's "Do You Feel Like We Do" by Peter Frampton.
THANK YOU!!! That was the one I was looking for. Awesome work. Gonna have to pick it up next time I'm out and about.
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