Guess.What.Day.It.Is?

 


  • Did you know? Frampton’s Camel is English musician Peter Frampton’s second studio album, recorded and released in 1973. It was the first album that Frampton recorded in the United States. Most of the album was written in New York City. It reached number 110 on the Billboard 200 Album Chart. (Source: Wiki)
  • Photo Source: Thank you Christie!
  • Background on Caleb/Wednesday/Hump Day Posts and Geico’s original commercial: Let’s Hit it Again.

Comments

  1. Another one of those ‘totally useless, unimportant but utterly fascinating and surprising fun facts’….. which, I must say, are usually the domaine of Hero Husband!
    Ta, Dave – I’m really glad I learned that today 😉 😉 😉

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  2. Wise Frampton and lucky too, having Caleb pose on his album cover!
    HHD!!!

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  3. I loved this album and played it over and over – way to score, Caleb!

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  4. What a great trivia question!

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  5. The record is nice and all, but what I want to know is ‘Who does Caleb’s eyelashes?’ They’re divine…😉

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  6. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    Wow! So amazing … also keep in mind: it’s Three Kings Day today! Caleb’s relatives brought the Kings to the manger!! I’m celebrating!!

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  7. Your most welcomed, Dave…anytime I see Caleb it is shared with you…Caleb is so happy, pretty and Wower’s on the lashes…Caleb is holding out on us – so secretive about his life…he certainly has some interesting experiences…as for Peter Frampton he had such pretty hair & shiny pink pants back in the day…He was an Arena Rock God…I’ve seen him in concert…I was so surprised to learn of the “Camel” album over this past w/end…in 1972 I was grooving to the tunes of The Stylistics & The Dramatics, advanced music for a child (I sang a song a few years back by ‘The Dramatics’ and was surprised & delighted to see people dancing to it)…in 1973 it was “Dancing in the Moonlight by King Harvest” among other music of that year….which included a dancing duo, performance at the elementary school talent show to a 45rpm record of Elton John’s “Crocodile Rock”…yup

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  8. Peter Frampton certainly did have some of that Sheik energy about him…hmm. If you insist that today is Wednesday, I’ll believe you! (not easy to remember even tho I have clients and appointments–dependent on my desk calendar)

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  9. Sadly, I have no camel trivia for today: “Tears of the clown…”

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  10. Peter Frampton is a Rock God!!!!!!!

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  11. Alan Malizia says:

    That’s about the only camel left in NY.
    -Alan

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  12. Rock on, Caleb, rock on!!!

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  13. Caleb… you do not need false eyelashes and a jaunty smile to convey your meaning of life. Just saying 😊

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  14. Just realized he sold his image and soul to a Brit. So be it… worse things have happened in history … and today.

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  15. Little known fact that it is actually Caleb on the talk box for “Do You Feel Like We Do”.
    Me? I was always partial to “Lines On My Face”.

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  16. delightful 💫

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  17. It’s hump Mike day, as my mother in law loves to say. Yep she has a son named Mike… and he hates when she says that too! For the rest of us, we try not to laugh..(because it seems like the shoe fits! )

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