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Peter Frampton: Thank You Mr. Churchill

Read "Thank You Mr. Churchill" reviewed by Doug Collette


Thank You Mr Churchill is Peter Frampton's latest attempt to reconcile fame with artistic integrity, a campaign he's been waging much of his career. Looking to escape his teen idol status in The Herd by partnering with Steve Marriott in the quasi-super group Humble Pie, he departed their ranks when growing fame relied too heavily on hard rock, at the expense of his more reflective and subtle approach. His first solo album, Wind of Change (A&M, 1972), remains his most ...


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