-- Last Updated: Mar-20-13 6:17 PM EST --
One of the buddies I shared a funky old house with in college invited some members of Pure Prairie League back to our place for a party after their concert performance.
Lots of libations, and other treats were sampled that evening.
Late in the morning the party wound down, and everybody starting crashing.
The last person to crash left Frampton Comes Alive on the stereo; a stereo that would play the last record repeatedly until the cows came home, or until the stereo burned up. Frampton would NOT quit!
No one had the motivation, or energy to walk or crawl over to the stereo & turn it off. Frampton Comes Alive played, high volume, from about 3 a.m. to daylight. Occasionally someone would holler, "Turn off that stereo"! or "Please turn off that damn stereo"!. Somebody hollered, "Kill that SOB"! I don't know who broke the record album & threw it & the album cover on top of the roof of the house? The album cover got blow away by the wind; the album melted in the sun.
Before the evidence blew away or melted, there were quite a few questions.........
"Hey man, what's up with the Frampton album cover on the roof of your house"?
Have to admit, Frampton's voice box routine was a little trippy if you were totally blitzed, but only the first time or 2. After about 4 hours of voiced boxed "Do you feel; do you feel like we do"?........I was ready to holler, "Kill that SOB"! And maybe I did!
P.S. Need to know information: The fine young lady who comes to the party to pick up her 19 year old sister, because sis is unable to drive herself home, may NOT be the "older" sister. A wise man is aware that ignorance of the law(she looked older than that!) is NOT a defense.