This is the album that almost single handedly destroyed Peter Frampton’s career. To capitalize on the success of his amazing live album, this one was rushed into production with a lot of weak material. But there is a good reason to buy it. The song I’m In You has one of those perfect Frampton guitar breaks which is almost worth the price of the album. About half of this record is actually pretty good. This one won’t make you a fan, but if you are a fan you need this title in your collection, and this is about as nice a copy as can be found.
Two Frampton albums are absolute Must Owns. Wind Of Change is a masterpiece — the greatest rock guitar album in the history of the world. And Where I Should Be is the last record Frampton made that was any good. I’ve listened to it countless times and never tire of it.