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Show Me the Way is a song by the English singer-songwriter Peter Frampton. This rock ballad is one of the first songs which Frampton uses a talkbox.   As was usually the b-side song "Shine On" is used.  In France, however, was the song "it's a Plain Shame", which first appeared in 1972 on the album Wind of Change, use.  When in1989 "Show Me the Way" was released in the United States again, this time as a cassette single, appeared on the b-side to the song "Baby, I love your way". 
The song first appeared on the Frampton album from 1975. This single was initially unsuccessful, but a live recording in 1976 reached the sixth position in the u.s. Billboard Hot 100 and allowed a week long at the top of the Dutch Top 40 and two weeks in the National Charts. This single, which came from the album Frampton Comes Alive!, is in Netherlandslargest Framptons break-through hit .  In Flanders was "Show Me the Way" two weeks later, from 7 to 14 August 1976, likewise on the first position.
The live version came about during a concert at the Island Music Center on Bainbridge Island in the United States.  Although Chris Kimsey, best known for his work for theRolling Stones in the late seventies, the album largely produced, the production of "Show Me the Way" entirely in the hands of Frampton. 
|"Show Me the Way" in the Dutch Top 40 - inside: 12-06-1976|
|"Show Me the Way" in the National hit parade - inside: 12-06-1976|
|Number with listing (s)
in the Radio 2 Top 2000
|' 99||' 00||' 01||' 02||' 03||' 04||' 05||' 06||' 07||' 08||' 09||' 10||' 11||' 12||' 13|
|Show Me the Way||967||891||933||712||727||937||912||1062||1551||1028||1112||1128||1067||1069||1236|
|Predecessor:||Dutch Top 40 number-one single||Successor:|
|Predecessor:||Number 1-hit in the Dutch Single Top 100||Successor:|