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Where I Should Be

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All Music Guide - Doug Stone
Frampton's fall from grace has been scrutinized ad nauseam, but notice the abundant use of "I" on this record as opposed to "you" in his hottest songs: "Do You Feel Like We Do," "I'll Give You Money," and "I'm in You." Here, Frampton is focused on self-preservation, rather than just blasting audiences like the straight rocker he is. The decent title cut begs to be "Back on the road, where I should be." No doubt, as over the year preceding the album Frampton suffered a car accident and his celebrity star imploded. The most excellent opener, "I Can't Stand It No More," lets loose another cry for the simpler days akin to Cheap Trick's "Stop This Game"; the single even rose to ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Doug Stone
Frampton's fall from grace has been scrutinized ad nauseam, but notice the abundant use of "I" on this record as opposed to "you" in his hottest songs: "Do You Feel Like We Do," "I'll Give You Money," and "I'm in You." Here, Frampton is focused on self-preservation, rather than just blasting audiences like the straight rocker he is. The decent title cut begs to be "Back on the road, where I should be." No doubt, as over the year preceding the album Frampton suffered a car accident and his celebrity star imploded. The most excellent opener, "I Can't Stand It No More," lets loose another cry for the simpler days akin to Cheap Trick's "Stop This Game"; the single even rose to number 13 on Billboard's Top 40, the last time Frampton would see the charts. Otherwise this wax stumbles over some weird disco steps and drags in the talk box for an attempt at former glory. Frampton has always tried to escape the gilded cage of his looks, first through the dirty blooze of Humble Pie and then as a low-key average guy whose career unexpectedly hit the stratosphere. By Where I Should Be, the world wanted too much from Frampton, a rock guitarist trapped in a teenybopper body.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/11/2004
  • Label: Lemon Records Uk
  • EAN: 5013929762527
  • Catalog Number: 25
  • Sales rank: 99,695

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Peter Frampton Primary Artist, Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Steve Cropper Guitar
Tower of Power Horn
Joe Vitale Vocals
Donald "Duck" Dunn Bass
Steve Forman Percussion
Bob Mayo Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Jamie Oldaker Drums
Stanley Sheldon Bass, Vocals
Waters Family Vocals
David Duke Horn
Technical Credits
Peter Frampton Arranger, Composer, Producer
Isaac Hayes Composer
Chris Kimsey Producer
David Porter Composer
Nigel Williamson Liner Notes
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