Show Me the Way (Peter Frampton song)
|"Show Me the Way"|
|Single by Peter Frampton|
|from the album Frampton Comes Alive!|
|B-side||"Shine On" (live)|
|Venue||Long Island Arena, Commack, New York|
|Peter Frampton singles chronology|
Picture sleeve for the 1975 studio single
"Show Me the Way" is a song written by Peter Frampton, which was originally released on his 1975 album Frampton and as a single, but gained its highest popularity as a song from his 1976 live album Frampton Comes Alive! The song reached number 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 10 on the UK Singles Chart, becoming his biggest hit until "I'm in You" in 1977.
The song was one of Frampton's earliest to feature the talk box effect, which would become one of his signature sounds.
|Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)||1|
|Canada Top Singles (RPM)||2|
|Netherlands (Single Top 100)||1|
|New Zealand (Recorded Music NZ)||26|
|South Africa (Springbok Radio)||11|
|UK Singles (Official Charts Company)||10|
|US Billboard Hot 100||6|
|US Cash Box Top 100||4|
|Canada Top Singles (RPM)||41|
|US Billboard Hot 100||50|
|US Cash Box ||35|
American alternative rock band Dinosaur Jr recorded it as a bonus track on their 1987 album You're Living All Over Me. In May 2000, Peter Frampton revisited it in a performance with the Foo Fighters, on Late Show with David Letterman. The song was also recorded in 2014 by Jake Kitchin for use as background music television commercials for Uncle Ben's Beginners rice.
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