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Tom Petty’s second solo album features Rick Rubin's modest production style. Coming after Petty's animated and densely harmonic work with Jeff Lynne, Wildflowers has a distinct sound of its own that works well with another strong batch of Petty tunes. All Heartbreakers except drummer Stan Lynch appear on the album, with guitarist and multi-instrumentalist Mike Campbell coproducing and cowriting the essential “You Wreck Me” and “Don’t Fade on Me.” Petty uses the solo route this time to strip down the sound in places where a full band would be overkill. The title track is a brilliant exercise in economics and further evidence of Petty’s ingenious vocal phrasings. “You Don’t Know How It Feels” became the album’s key single, and its arrangement is as smart as the song itself. In fact, much of Petty’s songwriting has benefitted over the years from a solid backing band and producers (including himself) who have best understood how to turn his simple, effective rock ’n’ roll songs into pop singles that are as exciting in their era as the heroes Petty looked up to were in their eras.

Customer Reviews

Probably my favorite album

When Life is a pill you gotta swallow but my pill my was huge. So this song helped me swallow. Good acceptance album. Time to move on is so relaxing and I listen to it after every cross country race. You wreck me reminds me of high school in the movies. Wildflowers makes me feel happy about trees on this bike trail I go on in the fall. It's so beutiful. It also makes me in a good positive mood that something good will happen. Wake up time is amazing. It's good to be king is a true song. Who would wanna be king? A higher place brings the feelings of a couple about to get in the car and go to their new house. It's amazing. You don't know how it feels is sad but a good one for being solo. This album I listened to a lot last year and it rings me back to cross country season with all my friends who I hope to see soon. Just an amazing album.

American Classic

One of my favorite records of all time. Please reissue on vinyl ;)

I know how it feels...TO ROCK

This album is amazing.You wreck me and You don't know how it feels are are amazing songs!


Born: October 20, 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 became...
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