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Frampton's self-titled 1994 album was originally released on Relativity, and then reissued in 2000 on Legacy with bonus tracks. Frampton's brand of mainstream rock was irrelevant in the mid-'90s, but more to the point, it wasn't very good. Although he sounded upbeat and energetic on this set, the songwriting was just a rehash of vintage AOR riffs without much inspiration or memorable melody, and the production seemed designed to get radio airplay rather than enhance the material or any personal expression. The four bonus tracks were taken from 1994 live Japanese performances (released in Japan in 1999 as a promo-only CD), including unplugged versions of his perennials "Baby I Love Your Way" and "Show Me the Way."
© Richie Unterberger /TiVo

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1
Day In The Sun (Album Version)
00:04:26

Chris Lord-Alge, Engineer - Chris Lord-Alge, Mixing Engineer - John Robinson, Drums - Talley Sherwood, 2nd Engineer - Peter Frampton, Vocal - Peter Frampton, Composer - Peter Frampton, Producer - Peter Frampton, Guitar - Peter Frampton, Engineer - Peter Frampton, Acoustic Bass - Peter Frampton, Lyricist - Peter Frampton, Keyboards - Peter Frampton, Performer - Richard Landers, 2nd Engineer - Kevin Savigar, Producer - Kevin Savigar, Composer - Kevin Savigar, Engineer - Kevin Savigar, Lyricist - Kevin Savigar, Keyboards - Ben Wallach, 2nd Engineer - Chris Davis, 2nd Engineer - Charlie Bouis, 2nd Engineer - Denny Fongheiser, Drums

(P) 1994 Relativity Records

2
You Can Be Sure (Album Version)
00:04:27

Chris Lord-Alge, Engineer - Chris Lord-Alge, Mixing Engineer - John Robinson, Drum Programmer - Talley Sherwood, 2nd Engineer - Peter Frampton, Vocal - Peter Frampton, Producer - Peter Frampton, Guitar - Peter Frampton, Composer - Peter Frampton, Performer - Peter Frampton, Lyricist - Peter Frampton, Engineer - Richard Landers, 2nd Engineer - Kevin Savigar, Producer - Kevin Savigar, Composer - Kevin Savigar, Organ - Kevin Savigar, Lyricist - Kevin Savigar, Engineer - Kevin Savigar, Bass - Ben Wallach, 2nd Engineer - Chris Davis, 2nd Engineer - Charlie Bouis, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1994 Relativity Records

3
It All Comes Down To You (Album Version)
00:06:23

Chris Lord-Alge, Engineer - Chris Lord-Alge, Mixing Engineer - John Robinson, Drums - Talley Sherwood, 2nd Engineer - Peter Frampton, Producer - Peter Frampton, Vocal - Peter Frampton, Guitar - Peter Frampton, Composer - Peter Frampton, Lyricist - Peter Frampton, Performer - Peter Frampton, Engineer - Richard Landers, 2nd Engineer - Kevin Savigar, Composer - Kevin Savigar, Producer - Kevin Savigar, Engineer - Kevin Savigar, Piano - Kevin Savigar, Lyricist - Kevin Savigar, Bass - Ben Wallach, 2nd Engineer - Chris Davis, 2nd Engineer - Charlie Bouis, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1994 Relativity Records

4
You (Album Version)
00:05:08

Chris Lord-Alge, Engineer - Chris Lord-Alge, Mixing Engineer - John Robinson, Drums - Talley Sherwood, 2nd Engineer - Peter Frampton, Vocal - Peter Frampton, Composer - Peter Frampton, Producer - Peter Frampton, Guitar - Peter Frampton, Lyricist - Peter Frampton, Performer - Peter Frampton, Engineer - Richard Landers, 2nd Engineer - Kevin Savigar, Producer - Kevin Savigar, Composer - Kevin Savigar, Engineer - Kevin Savigar, Piano - Kevin Savigar, Lyricist - Ben Wallach, 2nd Engineer - Chris Davis, 2nd Engineer - Charlie Bouis, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1994 Relativity Records

5
Can't Take That Away (Album Version)
00:05:50

Chris Lord-Alge, Engineer - Chris Lord-Alge, Mixing Engineer - John Robinson, Drums - Talley Sherwood, 2nd Engineer - Jonathan Cain, Composer - Jonathan Cain, Lyricist - Jonathan Cain, Piano - Peter Frampton, Vocal - Peter Frampton, Producer - Peter Frampton, Guitar - Peter Frampton, Composer - Peter Frampton, Engineer - Peter Frampton, Lyricist - Peter Frampton, Performer - Richard Landers, 2nd Engineer - Kevin Savigar, Producer - Kevin Savigar, Engineer - Kevin Savigar, Arranger - Kevin Savigar, Piano - Ben Wallach, 2nd Engineer - Chris Davis, 2nd Engineer - Charlie Bouis, 2nd Engineer - Lee Sklar, Acoustic Bass

(P) 1994 Relativity Records

6
Young Island (Album Version)
00:01:39

Chris Davis, 2nd Engineer - Charlie Bouis, 2nd Engineer - Kevin Savigar, Producer - Kevin Savigar, Engineer - Chris Lord-Alge, Engineer - Chris Lord-Alge, Mixing Engineer - Talley Sherwood, 2nd Engineer - Richard Landers, 2nd Engineer - Peter Frampton, Guitar - Peter Frampton, Composer - Peter Frampton, Performer - Peter Frampton, Producer - Peter Frampton, Lyricist - Peter Frampton, Engineer - Ben Wallach, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1994 Relativity Records

7
Off The Hook (Album Version)
00:03:05

Chris Lord-Alge, Engineer - Chris Lord-Alge, Mixing Engineer - Talley Sherwood, 2nd Engineer - Peter Frampton, Guitar - Peter Frampton, Composer - Peter Frampton, Producer - Peter Frampton, Lyricist - Peter Frampton, Performer - Peter Frampton, Engineer - Richard Landers, 2nd Engineer - Kevin Savigar, Producer - Kevin Savigar, Composer - Kevin Savigar, Engineer - Kevin Savigar, Piano - Kevin Savigar, Lyricist - Kevin Savigar, Bass - Ben Wallach, 2nd Engineer - Chris Davis, 2nd Engineer - Charlie Bouis, 2nd Engineer - Denny Fongheiser, Drums - Lee Sklar, Acoustic Bass

(P) 1994 Relativity Records

8
Waiting For Your love (Album Version)
00:05:40

Chris Lord-Alge, Engineer - Chris Lord-Alge, Mixing Engineer - John Robinson, Drums - Talley Sherwood, 2nd Engineer - Peter Frampton, Vocal - Peter Frampton, Composer - Peter Frampton, Producer - Peter Frampton, Guitar - Peter Frampton, Lyricist - Peter Frampton, Engineer - Peter Frampton, Performer - Richard Landers, 2nd Engineer - Kevin Savigar, Producer - Kevin Savigar, Composer - Kevin Savigar, Piano - Kevin Savigar, Lyricist - Kevin Savigar, Engineer - Kevin Savigar, Bass - Ben Wallach, 2nd Engineer - Chris Davis, 2nd Engineer - Charlie Bouis, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1994 Relativity Records

9
So Hard To Believe (Album Version)
00:05:14

Chris Lord-Alge, Engineer - Chris Lord-Alge, Mixing Engineer - Vito, Acoustic Bass - Talley Sherwood, 2nd Engineer - Peter Frampton, Vocal - Peter Frampton, Composer - Peter Frampton, Producer - Peter Frampton, Guitar - Peter Frampton, Lyricist - Peter Frampton, Engineer - Peter Frampton, Keyboards - Peter Frampton, Performer - Richard Landers, 2nd Engineer - Kevin Savigar, Producer - Kevin Savigar, Vocal - Kevin Savigar, Engineer - Kevin Savigar, Performer - Ben Wallach, 2nd Engineer - John Regan, Composer - John Regan, Lyricist - Chris Davis, 2nd Engineer - Charlie Bouis, 2nd Engineer - Denny Fongheiser, Drums

(P) 1994 Relativity Records

10
Out of The Blue (Album Version)
00:04:24

Chris Lord-Alge, Engineer - Chris Lord-Alge, Mixing Engineer - Steve Marriott, Composer - Steve Marriott, Lyricist - Talley Sherwood, 2nd Engineer - Peter Frampton, Producer - Peter Frampton, Vocal - Peter Frampton, Composer - Peter Frampton, Guitar - Peter Frampton, Lyricist - Peter Frampton, Engineer - Peter Frampton, Acoustic Bass - Peter Frampton, Performer - Richard Landers, 2nd Engineer - STEVE MARRIOTT, Vocal - Kevin Savigar, Producer - Kevin Savigar, Engineer - Ben Wallach, 2nd Engineer - Chris Davis, 2nd Engineer - Charlie Bouis, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1994 Relativity Records

11
Shelter Through The Night (Album Version)
00:04:27

Chris Lord-Alge, Engineer - Chris Lord-Alge, Mixing Engineer - Talley Sherwood, 2nd Engineer - Peter Frampton, Vocal - Peter Frampton, Composer - Peter Frampton, Producer - Peter Frampton, Guitar - Peter Frampton, Lyricist - Peter Frampton, Performer - Peter Frampton, Engineer - Richard Landers, 2nd Engineer - Kevin Savigar, Producer - Kevin Savigar, Composer - Kevin Savigar, Engineer - Kevin Savigar, Lyricist - Ben Wallach, 2nd Engineer - John Regan, Acoustic Bass - Chris Davis, 2nd Engineer - Charlie Bouis, 2nd Engineer - Denny Fongheiser, Drums

(P) 1994 Relativity Records

12
Changing All The Time (Album Version)
00:06:18

Chris Davis, 2nd Engineer - Charlie Bouis, 2nd Engineer - Kevin Savigar, Producer - Kevin Savigar, Composer - Kevin Savigar, Lyricist - Kevin Savigar, Engineer - Chris Lord-Alge, Engineer - Chris Lord-Alge, Mixing Engineer - Talley Sherwood, 2nd Engineer - Richard Landers, 2nd Engineer - Peter Frampton, Vocal - Peter Frampton, Composer - Peter Frampton, Producer - Peter Frampton, Guitar - Peter Frampton, Performer - Peter Frampton, Lyricist - Peter Frampton, Engineer - Ben Wallach, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1994 Relativity Records

13
You Can Be Sure (live/acoustic)
00:03:53

Kevin Savigar, Lyricist - Kevin Savigar, Composer - Unknown, Producer - Peter Frampton, Performer - Peter Frampton, Lyricist - Peter Frampton, Composer

(P) 1994 Relativity Records

14
Baby, I Love Your Way (live/acoustic)
00:04:21

Unknown, Producer - Peter Frampton, Performer - Peter Frampton, Composer - Peter Frampton, Lyricist

(P) 1994 Relativity Records

15
All I Want To Be (Is By Your Side) (live/acoustic)
00:03:06

Unknown, Producer - Peter Frampton, Performer - Peter Frampton, Composer - Peter Frampton, Lyricist

(P) 1994 Relativity Records

16
Show Me The Way (live/acoustic)
00:03:17

Unknown, Producer - Peter Frampton, Performer - Peter Frampton, Composer - Peter Frampton, Lyricist

(P) 1994 Relativity Records

Album Description

Frampton's self-titled 1994 album was originally released on Relativity, and then reissued in 2000 on Legacy with bonus tracks. Frampton's brand of mainstream rock was irrelevant in the mid-'90s, but more to the point, it wasn't very good. Although he sounded upbeat and energetic on this set, the songwriting was just a rehash of vintage AOR riffs without much inspiration or memorable melody, and the production seemed designed to get radio airplay rather than enhance the material or any personal expression. The four bonus tracks were taken from 1994 live Japanese performances (released in Japan in 1999 as a promo-only CD), including unplugged versions of his perennials "Baby I Love Your Way" and "Show Me the Way."
© Richie Unterberger /TiVo

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