Available for pre-order via com is the [email protected] limited edition vinyl box set, which ships on July 28th. The collection is comprised of meticulously restored 180G reissues of the essential 1972-1975 studio releases Wind Of Change (1972), Frampton’s Camel (1973), and Frampton (1975).

The package set also comes with an authentic reproduction of the Peter Frampton promo poster that was included only in the earliest original LP copies of Frampton’s Camel and a certificate of authenticity with a message from Frampton. All three LP jackets are printed on heavy stock, and film laminated for enhanced beauty and durability. Notably missing from the set is the 1974 fan favorite, Something’s Happening album. has a limited number of 250 [email protected] vinyl box sets that include an autographed version of the Frampton’s Camel promo poster, with the proceeds benefitting the Peter Frampton Myositis Research Fund.

Among the highlights on the 1975 Frampton album are his most enduring classics, “Show Me The Way” and “Baby, I Love Your Way,” which amazingly, were written in the same day. Frampton recalled to us the back-story of composing the tunes for his classic self-titled fourth solo album: “I had, like, three weeks in Nassau, The Bahamas — which for anyone else would seems like a dream — but for me, it was work, because we were going to record as soon as I got back. And it was very difficult to start with. It wasn’t until the last week, in desperation, that you can actually be forced into (laughs) something. And then that’s of course, when I wrote the two big hits from that record — and later, the live album — in the same day; ‘Show Me The Way, and ‘Baby, I Love Your Way.'”

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