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"Peter Frampton lets loose with a killer solo memoir....Do You Feel Like I Do? is as much fun as hearing a talking box guitar solo for the first time."—Den of Geek
"Frampton's renowned gift for songwriting translates to storytelling, and his vivid, conversational style lends this memoir the intimacy of a coffee shop chat -- just you, Peter Frampton, and the pressing question: 'Do you feel like I do?'"—Nashville Scene
"Many fascinating tidbits and tales."
"[A] bracing new memoir."
"Frampton's optimistic attitude comes through..., making it a case study in what happens when dogged determination is paired with immense talent."
"It's a fascinating read that takes you at a steady clip from Frampton's childhood memories through his days as a teen prodigy to the moment he first realized being cute could be the bane of his existence, meeting Jimi Hendrix, forming Humble Pie, cutting Frampton Comes Alive!, and every high and low along the way to his farewell tour."—USA Today
"Peter Frampton's chatty, cheerful memoir Do You Feel Like I Do? looks back on his many decades of making music with humor and insight."—Columbus Dispatch
"The memoir isn't so much a window into Frampton's life as it is a wide-open front door and a magnifying glass."—Under the Radar
"[Frampton is] an engaging storyteller....As pop memoirs go, this one could show plenty the way."
"[Frampton's] unique voice and style leave you feeling the way you do after one of his guitar solos, as if it's absolutely right and distinctly his. Frampton's self-deprecation and willingness to take responsibility for his choices win readers over....[Do You Feel Like I Do] is full of appealing anecdotes involving the many musical favorites with whom Frampton has played... his determination is inspiring. Frampton provided a soundtrack for a generation; here's the story...Entertaining and rousing, on the stage and now on the page, Frampton Comes Alive."—Library Journal