|Baby, I Love Your Way|
Single by Peter Frampton
from the album Frampton Comes Alive!
B-side "It's a Plain Shame"
Released September 1975
Label A&M 1832
"Baby, I Love Your Way" is the title of a song written and performed by English singer Peter Frampton. It was released in September 1975 and was first featured on Frampton's 1975 album, Frampton.
The song segues from the previous track "Nassau." A live version of the song was later released on his 1976 multi-platinum album Frampton Comes Alive!, where it gained popularity as a hit song, peaking at number 12 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart.
It was covered by American reggae group Big Mountain in 1994.
Cover by Big Mountain.
Single by Big Mountain
from the album Unity
Released February 1994
Format CD single, 7"
Genre Pop, reggae
Length 4:28 (Radio version)
The song was covered by the American reggae/pop band Big Mountain in 1994, reaching number 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and number 2 on the UK Singles Chart. Their version is featured on the soundtrack for the 1994 movie Reality Bites. In the film itself, Michael Grates (played by Ben Stiller) explains the origins of the Frampton song.
A cover version by Big Mountain is often mistakenly credited to Bob Marley and also to UB40 due to mislabeled MP3 files which circulated through P2P networks, similar to the artist confusion of the song Cat's in the Cradle.