Peter Frampton talks about his memoir ‘Do You Feel Like I Do’


It’s no coincidence that Peter Frampton started working on his memoir last October.

That same month, he brought the U.S. leg of his Finale – The Farewell Tour to a bittersweet conclusion with a final stop near San Francisco where he famously recorded “Frampton Comes Alive,” an eight-times-platinum breakthrough that remains one of the biggest-selling live recordings of all time, reports the Arizona Republic, a USA TODAY Network publication.

That made it an especially reflective time for Frampton, whose decision to retire from the road had been hastened by medical reasons – a progressive muscular disorder called inclusion body myositis that’s characterized by muscle inflammation, weakness and atrophy.

The idea, as Frampton explained at the time, was to say goodbye while he could still deliver on guitar.

A year later, he’s asked how it feels to have written a memoir.

“I’m not sure,” he replies with a laugh. “It’s like my life is an open book for all to read. So I’m not quite sure if I’m thrilled or not.”

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