For a more exact preview of Peter Frampton’s nostalgic rebirth tonight at The Ryman, allow me to refer you (or show you the way, if you will) to the ’70s guitar god’s seminal, double-live-album-to-doubly-define-double-live-albums, Frampton Comes Alive! A note-for-note reincarnation of the record is what’s on the agenda — that’s right, all 14 minutes and 15 seconds of “Do You Feel Like We Do?” could transpire in real time before your very eyes in a matter of hours, if you so desire. Now, since there’s no way you’d have made it 95 words into this blurb as a Frampton hater; and since there’s no such thing as a Frampton fan who’s never heard Frampton Comes Alive! — “If you lived in the suburbs you were issued it,” according to one fictional resident of Aurora, Il., — then it’s hard to find a more convincing argument to entice your Framptonian patronage than a simple headline. But here’s one anyway: Tonight’s show is a benefit for the preservation of Nashville’s Radnor Lake — on the floor of which, urban legend has it, sits a mis-shipped 78 crates of Frampton Comes Alive! LPs.