Peter Frampton - Wind Of Change


Intervention Records



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AITV 032
UPC: 680270758056
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180 Gram Vinyl Record

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180-gram vinyl from the Frampton@50 Series!

100% analog mastered from the best-sounding analog tapes

Mastered by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering

Ultra-quiet 180-gram vinyl pressed at Gotta Groove Records

Stoughton Printing "Old-Style" single pocket jacket

"The Frampton@50 premium vinyl reissues sound sensational and are 100% Analog Mastered by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering from the best-sounding analog tape sources available. The flat, heroically quiet 180g vinyl is pressed at boutique press Gotta Groove Records in Cleveland, Ohio. Intervention approached the Frampton@50 album art restoration with the same fanatical attention to detail and authenticity as the audio. The jackets for all three Frampton@50 Series LPs are Old Style 'Tip Ons' by Stoughton Printing, with Wind of Change and Frampton's Camel sporting 'brown-in' blanks true to the U.K. original LP releases. Frampton original LPs came with an inner sleeve with lyrics printed on both sides, which Intervention has expanded to comprise the interior panels of a gorgeous single-LP gatefold. All three LP jackets are printed on heavy stock, and film laminated for enhanced beauty and durability." — Mike Mettler, Analog Planet

The artist-approved Frampton @50 Series from Intervention Records present the essential 1972-1975 studio releases that put Peter Frampton on the fast track to becoming the household name and rock legend he remains to this day, Wind of Change, Frampton's Camel and Frampton.

At just 21 years old Peter Frampton had already played with The Herd and co-formed and left Humble Pie. So he struck out on his own with the appropriately named, Wind of Change. Freed from Humble Pie's narrower focus on hard-rock boogie, Frampton's debut solo album reveals an artist exploring more dimensional, delicate and nuanced songwriting and guitar playing ... Frampton showed his own brand of rocking hard with tunes like 'It's a Plain Shame,' 'All I Wanna Be (is by your side)' and even made a Stones song his own with 'Jumping Jack Flash,' which became a staple of Frampton's live shows. But these tunes and even the hook-laden 'The Lodger' are balanced with intricate, beautiful tunes like the elegiac 'Fig Tree Bay' and the title track 'Wind of Change.'

An auspicious and stirring debut, Wind of Change launched Frampton's solo career and began the inexorable path to superstardom.



Side A
Fig Tree Bay
Wind Of Change
Lady Lieright
Jumping Jack Flash
It's A Plain Shame
Oh For Another Day
Side B
All I Want To Be (Is By Your Side)
The Lodger

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