Peter Frampton is commemorating the 35th anniversary of his famous Frampton Comes Alive album with a bang.
Frampton recently revealed on his Facebook that his FCA35 DVD would feature two recorded shows off his most recent tour: Milwaukee and the city that never sleeps, NYC. Frampton also mentioned an anniversary CD, which he is trying to ready in time for the DVD’s release on Nov. 13.
“We multi-track recorded nearly all of the 116 shows that made up the entire FCA35 Tour. From all the shows I have chosen my favorite performances of each song and instrumental. There were 30 tracks to choose making up one complete show,” he wrote. “We are now at the final ‘tweaking the mixes’ stage, and I am editing them all together. Now if I played my own trumpet I would have to say that I am very excited at the results. Then again I don’t play trumpet!”
Frampton has also leaked live performances from other cities he stopped at on the tour via his website.
Back in July, a driver who was tweeting slammed into the back of Frampton’s vehicle, which caused neck and back injuries, possibly even whiplash. Frampton would later go on to tweet about his updated injury report.
Back and neck not good. Going to ER after my flight today.—
Peter Frampton (@peterframpton) July 31, 2012
- Vincent Roszkowski, WCBS-FM