What Makes This Song Great? Ep.100 Peter Frampton

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Rick Beato

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In this episode of "What Makes This Song Great?" we take a deep dive into the legendary song "Do You Feel Like We Do" by Peter Frampton.
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Craig Johnson
Craig Johnson 3 саат мурун
My takeaway for this piece is that it's "HEAVY!"
sisgaia 5 саат мурун
I really enjoy this series. How about ELP's "From the Beginning"?
Stephen Jensen
Stephen Jensen 6 саат мурун
Best Live album. The one that made live albums. It was Peter that did that and made himself and "Bob Mayo, on the keyboards".
Rolly saulnier
Rolly saulnier 6 саат мурун
GREAT VIDEO ! Love the channel. Love the content. YOU DA MAN RICK.
David Anderson
David Anderson 7 саат мурун
A long video Rick, and worth every moment of my time to watch and listen. I thought I knew this song inside out... I was wrong. This song is the epitome of nuance and technicality. And contrats on 100!
kfleetwood 7 саат мурун
Rick does the best analyses, for sure, but this is truly amazing and invigorating! Frampton, Howe, Hendrix and Clapton were the guitarist I tried to emulate early on when I first picked up a guitar in 1975. It's a pleasure for me to watch this video, play along, stop and rewind so I can get a particular lick. Rick makes it look effortless. I won't even try to play that e-piano solo! (But will show to my brother.) Great job all involved!
Mike Cole
Mike Cole 9 саат мурун
Seriously, that was a killer episode!!
Jamieson Sidoti
Jamieson Sidoti 10 саат мурун
Great episode! Thank you Mr. Beato. Thank you Mr. Frampton!
Empty Cookie
Empty Cookie 10 саат мурун
I can't remember any song from my teenage years that didn't impress me more than this song. Especially the transition yell that begins the crescendo.
Rob Hendrickson
Rob Hendrickson 11 саат мурун
I've seen Peter play twice, once in 1975 as he was just breaking this out, and in 2001 (I think). What great shows, and such a consummate performer. And Rick...you should go on tour with him in the band if he ever plays out again. Could you do the piano solo? Fabulous job with this video, and all of them for that matter.
John Savold
John Savold 13 саат мурун
Perfect choice for 100. Better than Free Bird? Stairway? I think so.
Kiwanda Shores
Kiwanda Shores 18 саат мурун
I've always loved the drum sound on that LP for some reason. My 20 year old daughter just asked for a copy of FCA on vinyl for her birthday...I told her she could take mine, which I've had since 1980, if she didn't mind a few clicks and pops. She took me to see Peter for my 51st birthday a few year back too. Thanks for taking on this icon album Rick, and for bringing Peter into the conversation!
Ruud Groenendijk
Ruud Groenendijk 19 саат мурун
Man!! This is what makes your channel great! I'm so happy you did this song! It's one of my (and of course many others) favorite PF performances on record. And to hear all this detail is so unbelievable! The playing of all those guys is top notch. PF was one of the main reasons I got serious about playing guitar in '77 and Comes Alive I listened to as much as I could. Your video made me relive all the good times I had discovering guitar and this record at the same time, crying and laughing all the way to the end of the video. I think this is the best WMTSG episode so far!! Thank you mr. Beato, you are one of my musical heroes too!!
Gregory Mattice
Gregory Mattice 20 саат мурун
I forgot to add how awesome the band was as a whole ..... Stellar musicians!!!!!
Gregory Mattice
Gregory Mattice 20 саат мурун
Thank you, Rick!!!! This video is amazing... I appreciate your time, passion, and effort for this piece. It has opened my ears to how truly what a masterpiece this song is and what a fabulous player Peter is!
Descanso 23 саат мурун
Incredibly well done. An iconic song from my youth. Thank you so much! If I could make a request, it would be to tackle the live version of Rock Bottom from the UFO album Strangers in the Night. We lost Paul Raymond, Pete Way, & Paul Chapman recently. But my personal guitar idol, Michael Schenker, is still going strong & playing every bit as well as he did in the '70s. C'mon Rick! Give this classic tune, that influenced so many great players, the "What Makes This Song Great" treatment. Please.
Stetson Jetson
Stetson Jetson Күн мурун
what an expert analysis of one of my all-time favorite songs and guitarist. just so damn good.
Victor Blakey
Victor Blakey Күн мурун
I am surprised you glossed over the Bass part of this song. There are quite a few parts where the bass carries the transitions, and accents, and his playing is even more incredible when you add the fact that he was (reportedly) playing a fretless bass.
Roland Simon
Roland Simon Күн мурун
Thank you. I have a totally new appreciation for this incredible masterpiece of music.
Kelly Riley
Kelly Riley Күн мурун
SO Awesome, Rick! The teenage-rock-guitarist-excitement look in your eyes is precious and contagious.
Andy Corbett
Andy Corbett Күн мурун
Whilst this gig was going down, a human ape looked up into the heavens, and noticed that the Moon was aligned with Mars, which in turn was aligned with Jupiter, etc, etc, etc. Mankind and music would never be the same again.
Robert Galuzzi
Robert Galuzzi Күн мурун
How does Rick get the separate tracks to play back?
Lori A
Lori A Күн мурун
BTW, what a beautiful LP standard:)
Underwear In Space
Underwear In Space Күн мурун
Peter Frampton is my hero man. I went to his Farewell Tour back in Cedar Rapids, and he tossed me his guitar pick on stage! Been playing his songs on my guitar for years.
Lori A
Lori A Күн мурун
Always loved the solo in "Lines on My Face" too! Always have loved Frampton! Was at the Frampton/Gary Wright show 1976 Cobo Arena Detroit Michigan. What a great show!
tom Sanchez
tom Sanchez Күн мурун
I enjoy this channel more each time I tune in... ..best musical teaching on the internet. Plus what teacher can play like this gentleman. God bless you Rick. ..and to all your fans too 👍👍👍
Darren Paree
Darren Paree Күн мурун
I am in awe! Mr. Beato I can't believe your not in my cd/vinyl collection somewhere.....your a amazing talent....I am a play around campfire guitarist.....in my 55 years that was all I needed to snag some attention of the female gender....learning this solo I think would have put me in a total different level all together....not to mention quality....your the total music authority
Adam Skatharakis
Adam Skatharakis 2 күн мурун
People should be prohibited from listening to this song while driving a car. No, REALLY! I had a minor crash once, because of all the jumping and headbanging...
YManCyberDude 2 күн мурун
Anotha great one !!!
Dominick L
Dominick L 2 күн мурун
This song and Dazed and Confused live MSG ‘73 are the two songs that are my dream to learn
Mark Cruz
Mark Cruz 2 күн мурун
I was a fan from the very beginning. I was in middle school when it came out. Just started playing guitar and I recognized his greatness from the first notes. I'm 57 now and I still marvel at every solo Frampton plays on his live album. Just as Rick says, his phrasing is so lyrical. In addition, his choice of notes are so good it's as though he spent hours composing them, but he didn't. He's just that good - like Bach improvising 250 years later if someone put an electric guitar in his hand. The lines are so perfectly placed with the progression so perfectly implied, like what a great jazz musician does but as a rock guitarist. I regret, I only saw him play live once.
Beny Schon
Beny Schon 2 күн мурун
Killer song, killer performance and killer video, Rick. Thanks for all the hard work ❤️🤘🏻
Bob Sykes
Bob Sykes 2 күн мурун
Awesome! This was our end of party song througout college. Something that struck me back then, was just how musically sofisticated metal guitarists and bands could be.
steven frye
steven frye 2 күн мурун
A mazing !
John Doole
John Doole 2 күн мурун
I will NEVER, as long as I live, understand why so many people flip over this bland, vapid piece of dreck. It’s awful. It was awful then and it’s awful now. Enough already!
TheDesertwalker 2 күн мурун
So Rick stopped playing guitar for a long time, and he is still this good? Who wants to buy my guitar collection? I am taking up the triangle now.
Stop the Philosophical Zombies
Stop the Philosophical Zombies 2 күн мурун
How does Rick isolate the different tracks?
AlexBrijo 2 күн мурун
Hey Rick, awesome content, thank you so much for this series! whats your take on Chic, especially Bernard Edwards? Hope to see an episode about them in the future! Thank you!!
Randy Somercik
Randy Somercik 2 күн мурун
Rick you are a rare talent. Appreciate how you explain the architecture of a song. Letting people know to check you out if they want to take their understanding of music to a higher level.
Brian T. Carter
Brian T. Carter 2 күн мурун
Man, of course I’m familiar with Frampton but never really listened to him much. I love blues rock and grooving Drumming and I’m going to look up John Siomos. How can this guy not be a household name? His groove and that snare drum sound is off the charts!
Robert McDougall
Robert McDougall 2 күн мурун
I often play Peter's album All Blues with Larry Carlton, a album obviously inspired by Miles Davis. If anyone is interested please give it a listen.
Kevin Allen
Kevin Allen 2 күн мурун
This video made me more appreciative of Frampton's soloing. Thank you!@
Jeff McKinnon
Jeff McKinnon 2 күн мурун
I remember when the FCA album first came out. I was just a kid on an allowance that certainly would not allow me to buy a double album but I had to get it. That might have been the first time I actually saved up for anything. It was one of those albums that you just had to have. I still love those songs. Thanks Rick...
LibertariAnne 3 күн мурун
I need a transcription of the keyboard solo!!!
John Diggs
John Diggs 3 күн мурун
In Spring of 1976, every college dormitory had three records blaring! ....Frampton Comes Alive, the first Bad Company album, and Red Octopus by Jefferson Starship... great memories! Saw Peter three times nearly 30 years between the first and last show... the last one, Joe Bonamassa opened, (Great), and Peter closed with “My Guitar Gently Weeps”, and his solo was second to perhaps only Prince’s.
barack obama
barack obama 3 күн мурун
Frampton Comes Alive literally saved me from disco hell. I still have the vinyl album even though my turntable is long gone.
barack obama
barack obama 3 күн мурун
Rick thanks for resurrecting those glorious hidden riffs that were buried in the mix. Amazing stuff!!!
Bob Bailey
Bob Bailey 3 күн мурун
I love watching your videos not just for your technical knowledge, but for your honest enthusiasm and joy of the music.
Rylan Robinson
Rylan Robinson 3 күн мурун
Thank you Rick for showing a song I’ve never heard before, completely broken down perfectly. This song is top 10 for me now. I’m 36 btw
Rikki Khanna
Rikki Khanna 3 күн мурун
to have been at that show eh?!
eric fischer
eric fischer 3 күн мурун
I started high school in1974. I had a corner in a usually empty room where there was my chair in the corner and a old record player on a book shelf. I spent long hours with a pair of headphones listening to records. Of course, Frampton Comes Alive spent a lot of time on the turntable. One time, I had to get up and take a leak. When I came back, the music was different. I looked up and the record had been flipped over. Not only that, but there were 4 chocolate fingerprints on the record! I jumped up and found my young brother around the corner, laughing and still with the chocolate fingers.
Bill Woodrome
Bill Woodrome 3 күн мурун
You are an amazing musician.
erbtube 3 күн мурун
Awesome Video Rick... they keep getting better...thanks for “learning” us. I appreciate these songs so much more.
Kevin Baerg
Kevin Baerg 3 күн мурун
Brilliant as usual! You make my love of music grow exponentially with your commentary and unpacking of these great songs! From goosebumps to tears in my eyes, what can I say - music creates emotion and movement. Thank you Rick and Peter for sharing your gift of music with the world!
Eddie 3 күн мурун
My mind was blown 45 years ago when I first heard this gem...and now its re-blown 45 years later thanks to this amazing breakdown by Rick and crew. The entire sing song is perfection personified in a live music track, but that outdo solo makes the hairs in my arm stand up every damn time I hear it. Hell, I played damn near the entire album through my headphones at the gym the other day. What a workout! Lol. Thank you Rick and thank you Peter for being so great and so humble...
Olgierd Von Everec
Olgierd Von Everec 4 күн мурун
I feel I should go to jail for not knowing about this song before.
Rons Lens
Rons Lens 4 күн мурун
A healthy comment Rick, outstanding!
VisualSOLUTIONS Media 4 күн мурун
And let's give a big shoutout (written, not shouted) to Bob Mayo- crazy multi-talented!!! Edit- OMG, RIP Bob Mayo- died on tour with Frampton in 2004. Age 52.
Copy Kinetics
Copy Kinetics 4 күн мурун
Frampton was definitely a guy who didn't get his due, at least back when he was a rocker. And that includes his stint with Humble Pie. Recently saw him in some old Midnight Special performances and he was really swinging, including with the vocoder. His first four solo albums all have good tunes and great playing that only got the exposure they deserved later on Comes Alive.
Mike's Music Den
Mike's Music Den 4 күн мурун
Love all of the "What makes this song great episodes." This was the perfect song for episode 100! Great job, thanks! Thank Peter, too!
Neal Falkenberry
Neal Falkenberry 4 күн мурун
Best “What Makes This” episode yet. Peter is amazing and Rick is feeling it! Loved this.
myk schafe
myk schafe 4 күн мурун
Jeff Miller
Jeff Miller 4 күн мурун
It's a shame that the record companies don't allow people the freedom to make their own music like this. I'm so glad that the artists could make their own music when I was listening. Imagine the drummer as a "drum machine" No don't do that just listen to the expertise of all the parts - drums, bass and keyboards. Amazing talent. How did they remember what to play every time they would play for an audience? This was a special time in music.
Frederick Thorne
Frederick Thorne 4 күн мурун
16:16 Les Hall beastmode
yrlic 4 күн мурун
That keyboard display at 16:00 was phenomenal
Gekkota Studio
Gekkota Studio 4 күн мурун
So many cool segments to this 100th WMTSG. it was definitely worth waiting for. Insane solos from you and Les Hall. probably my favorite episode to date.
Sudeep Bhaumick
Sudeep Bhaumick 4 күн мурун
Wow. Thank you :)
CDUB 5 күн мурун
Love to see the Joy in your face as you go through analyzing every little detail!
Paul Billingham
Paul Billingham 5 күн мурун
Inspirational, both the song, and Rick's decision to choose it for his 100th video. Class all around, but thrilling and human too. So privileged to have been still a teen when it was released .
Sean Cox
Sean Cox 5 күн мурун
Thanks Rick, takes me back. We're the same age. As a kid in the 70s I was knocked out by this solo the first time I heard it without knowing anything about guitar. Some things you just feel.
D.E.B. B
D.E.B. B 5 күн мурун
I had to take a break, to listen to the whole album, one more time. Then I finished this video. IMHO, still the best live album ever made.
Greg Stannard
Greg Stannard 5 күн мурун
Learned so much! Awesome.
Jeff Phillips
Jeff Phillips 5 күн мурун
I want to recut this video down to just all the times Rick goes "Woo!"
supersonic key lime pie
supersonic key lime pie 5 күн мурун
I always loved this song. But hearing the isolated parts like this, I really realize how incredible Frampton and his band were.
Karsten Vandrup
Karsten Vandrup 5 күн мурун
Great song, great artist...and great Beato! Thank you SO much!
alice baird
alice baird 5 күн мурун
Great analysis
Tom Quiros
Tom Quiros 5 күн мурун
A sincere thank you for opening my ears to so much that is happening in the music.
Bob DeFalco
Bob DeFalco 5 күн мурун
Peter Frampton is easily one of the nicest guys in music. Love, love, love him live.
barack obama
barack obama 3 күн мурун
As humble a human as can possibly be. It's quite a contrast to the way I thought he was going to be in my mind - rock star on an ego trip. But nope just the sweetest person you can meet. Great sense of humor too.
Robert Curtiss
Robert Curtiss 5 күн мурун
Rick, love you videos. I've used these to cover many tunes with my band. You are an amazing musician. I think that gets overlooked too often. Thank you for your teachings.
exhalejackie 5 күн мурун
I think it's time to see Rick do a KISS song so we can check out his tongue action....lol
Pete C
Pete C 6 күн мурун
Been saving this one up, and I wasn't disappointed. So some artists block Rick's 'What Makes This Song Great' videos. Peter Frampton, one of the greatest guitarists of all time (not a bad singer songwriter, either!), appears in them - draw your own conclusions. Thanks and congratulations, Rick (& Peter) - a very fitting 100th episode. 😎
Stephen Libin
Stephen Libin 6 күн мурун
Rock Perfection! Rick is freaking awesome too! Thank you Rick!
Gregory Havenga
Gregory Havenga 6 күн мурун
It's so cool to go back to these songs that I loved as a kid and get an understanding of why they resonated so much. Too bad the syrupy stuff is the only thing that gets airplay these days. Love this channel.
Mike Kopf
Mike Kopf 6 күн мурун
Beethoven and Mozart got nothing on Peter Frampton. What the holy hell is this freakin' unbelievable creation from a true master! I was listening to Peter when I was 12 and even then I could tell I was listening to something that was genius and had a connection with something deep in my soul. I would air guitar to this song and dream of a day when I could understand where this came from. I am 55 and still don't know. Peter is simply greatness (as was the entire band). Thank you Peter for the fantastic lift.
Mark Macauley
Mark Macauley 6 күн мурун
Congratulations to you Rick! This series is brilliant.
Michelle 6 күн мурун
Wtf Beato! C’mon. Is there anything you DON’T play?
Martin Smith
Martin Smith 6 күн мурун
Not heard this song before: I had goosebumps - amazing song. Will buy the album now
Amadis Demitrius
Amadis Demitrius 6 күн мурун
Greatest guitar song of all time.
Amadis Demitrius
Amadis Demitrius 6 күн мурун
Its a shame the audio levels in this recording were so mangled live, but it's testimonial to just how good this session was that they used it regardless.
Amadis Demitrius
Amadis Demitrius 6 күн мурун
This song saved my life about two years ago. Had no idea who Frampton was (though i would have recognized his most pop songs). I'd just gone through hell, I couldnt get out of my car to go back into my house, I was lost, and this came on the radio. Neighbours must have thought i was nuts cuz i sat parked in my car, windows up, cranked to 11 for nearly ten minutes. Man i needed that. There was something defiant about "let's do it again" after what i'd been through.
Jim Connell
Jim Connell 6 күн мурун
Rick! Rick! WOW! Blown away! This is marvelous work. I appreciate how you can go 'under the hood' on these great songs and make me appreciate them even more. Love your work!
Bill Hart
Bill Hart 6 күн мурун
Rick, what a perfect tribute for your 100th "What makes this Song Great?"! The Answer: EVERYTHING! And then you take us on a 35-minute journey of love to "Do You Feel Like I Do?", & substantiate that claim. As a Rochester, Greece Olympia '77 grad, this song is pretty much defined our Senior year, often hoping we still had 12 good D-cell batteries to play "let's do it again" on the Ski-Club bus back from Swain. Peter was so generous to contribute to this Video with commentary, interviews, and shared original footage. A large measure of respect to you! Your playing, with commentary, is simply amazing, as is that of your guests. You're the best!
Buffalo Doctor
Buffalo Doctor 7 күн мурун
"Bob Mayo on the Keyboards... Bob Mayo!"
Dave Wray
Dave Wray 7 күн мурун
Can we appreciate Rick broad jumped 23 plus feet?
Scott Inman
Scott Inman 7 күн мурун
Rick...thank you so much! Peter...THANK YOU EVEN MORE!
Mike Watson
Mike Watson 7 күн мурун
When this LP came out I had already given up playing, sold the equipment (a lot of it) and starting making a family. Damn, you make me question that decision.
David Stoneman
David Stoneman 7 күн мурун
You asked for a comment. My comment is this video is freaking awesome. THANK YOU for taking the music forward. I always knew this was a great song know I know better why. Well done Rick.
Valerie Beacham
Valerie Beacham 7 күн мурун
This was great! My older sisters played the heck out of the album and I was along for the ride.
Sagan Hill
Sagan Hill 7 күн мурун
I was also in 7th grade when this came out. I had been playing guitar for about 2-3 years at this point and Im still trying to learn all his riffs at almost 60 years old.
Gregory Tech Drum Center
Gregory Tech Drum Center 7 күн мурун
This album changed everything! Thanks so much for all you do, Rick!
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