Peter Frampton Talks to Dan Rather About His Iconic Talk Box and How He Wrote ‘Baby I Love Your Way’

In a charming clip from The Big Interview with Dan Rather for AXS TV, a very genial Peter Frampton opened up about how the use of a talk box originally came to his attention and how he ended up getting one of his own.

Peter Frampton talks with Dan Rather about his his iconic talk box came to be

He also talked about how he wrote his 1975 hit song “Baby I Love Your Way” on the same day he wrote “Show Me the Way” while trying to meet a recording deadline.

I’ve gone to the Bahamas …I go to write the album, “The Frampton” album. The one before the live record I couldn’t come up with anything decent in the first two weeks now I have a week maybe eight days to write the album … ein the morning I wrote “Show Me the Way” which was the first hit of ”Comes Alive”. and then I thought well that’s that’s pretty good I like that one. Maybe uh maybe I can write something else today…and that was “Baby I Love Your Way” and I wrote them both in the same day 

Here are both of those songs performed live