There was an album that Peter Frampton released when I was in college at the University of Alabama called “Frampton Comes Alive!” It sold a zillion copies and made an unknown guy very famous. In fact so famous, you got sick of hearing his songs. “Show Me the Way” and “Oooh, Baby, I Love Your Way”. It was a great marketing plan, release a double album (2 albums in one) for the price of one, so everybody bought it. I think I got my copy at Gaylord’s for $3.79. I worked one summer at Gaylord’s in the music and camera department, what a great job for a hippie college kid! There was no Walmart back then, only Gaylord’s and Woolco! Well, anyway, Peter Frampton almost gave his album away. I’m putting my blog out for free and giving away my stories. I hope some of you can relate to a “kinder gentler time”. The South was a little slow and it was the beginning of “Hippie era” and “the times, they were a changing!” I hope you enjoy it! As they would say then, “Love and Peace”!