This week, back in 1976, one of (if not THE greatest)  "live" albums of all time was released, Frampton Comes Alive.  This album went to #1 and stayed there for about 3 months, rare for a Double-Album back then, and there are a few other "tidbits" of info you may have forgotten...

It was released at a price of $7.98.  That was only one dollar above the average Single LP price.  It contained concert material from four different concerts, some were recorded on 16-track machines, some on 24-track machines, probably a nightmare for the album's producer.  And it was arranged with automatic record changers in mind (remember those...? ) by putting sides 1 and 4 on one disc, and sides 2 and 3 on the other.  Peter thought it would be easier to listen to that way.

So, from one Frampton Comes Alive fan to another...  I salute you today,  and I'll be sure to play something from this masterpiece on the 5:00 Punch-Out today !!!