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Full Moon Fever

Tom Petty

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After a more than a decade burnishing and expanding the scope of his roots-conscience rock with the Heartbreakers, Tom Petty finally, if ostensibly, stepped into the solo spotlight on this 1989 release. But the presence of longtime Heartbreakers guitarist Mike Campell as co-producer, sideman and occasional songwriting partner, and session work of longtime band mates Benmont Tench and Howie Epstein, ensure that it never strays too far from the familiar. The hits "Free Fallin'" and "I Won't Back Down" paid immediate dividends, underscoring the fact that despite some familiar surroundings, this was also one of Petty's strongest collection of songs in a decade. Other key tracks: "Runnin' Down a Dream," Face in the Crowd."

Customer Reviews

Tom Petty At His Best

I've had this album for years and I've never tired of it. It is a classic. It has such a good vibe you feel good as soon as it starts. Tom Petty has made some pretty good music over the years but you would be hard pressed to top this. Could it be the influence of his Traveling Wilburys partners? You bet it is.

Free fallin

Frickin legendary...nuff said

Great

What a great album, the only thing is, is that 'i wont back down' is not on here. was a bit gutted about that.

Biography

Born: 20 October 1950 in Gainesville, FL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Upon the release of their first album in the late '70s, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers were shoehorned into the punk/new wave movement by some observers who picked up on the tough, vibrant energy of the group's blend of Byrds riffs and Stonesy swagger. In a way, the categorization made sense. Compared to the heavy metal and art rock that dominated mid-'70s guitar rock, the Heartbreakers' bracing return to roots was nearly as unexpected as the crashing chords of the Clash. As time progressed, it...
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