Like a great wine, Peter Frampton has just gotten better with age. He was my favorite guitarist as a kid and he remains my favorite guitarist today. Frampton proves that making great rock and roll isn’t about speed. It’s about feel and conveying a message. I had never seen the following video until today, and the solo at 3:46 literally made me weep. Among dredging up fond memories from 1976, Lines On My Face is my absolute favorite Frampton tune. Yeah, he’s best known for being the first to really rock the talk box, but Lines On My Face always showed to me the depth of his passion, and even 40 years later, his playing still moves me.