Peter Frampton’s song: “Do You Feel Like We Do” is his most famous. As a solo artist, Peter Frampton had released four studio albums before his career blew up with Frampton Comes Alive in 1976. He says that “Do You Feel Like We Do,” one of three hits from the double-live album, came into being three years earlier. Peter Frampton on when and how “Do You Feel Like We Do” came about:

 

“It was, in fact, written in between Wind of Change and recording Frampton’s Camel. I had just the chorus and went to rehearsal and so we needed a stage number and that was how that came about, as a jam from a rehearsal, really. We all wrote that together.”

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