Wildflowers & All The Rest (2014 Remaster) Tom Petty
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- 1Wildflowers (2014 Remaster)03:11
- 2You Don't Know How It Feels (2014 Remaster)04:48
- 3Time to Move On (2014 Remaster)03:14
- 4You Wreck Me (2014 Remaster)03:22
- 5It's Good to Be King (2014 Remaster)05:10
- 6Only a Broken Heart (2014 Remaster)04:30
- 7Honey Bee (2014 Remaster)04:58
- 8Don't Fade on Me (2014 Remaster)03:31
- 9Hard on Me (2014 Remaster)03:47
- 10Cabin Down Below (2014 Remaster)02:50
- 11To Find a Friend (2014 Remaster)03:22
- 12A Higher Place (2014 Remaster)03:54
- 13House in the Woods (2014 Remaster)05:30
- 14Crawling Back to You (2014 Remaster)05:03
- 15Wake Up Time (2014 Remaster)05:19
- 16Something Could Happen04:34
- 17Leave Virginia Alone04:15
- 18Climb That Hill Blues02:33
- 19Confusion Wheel04:19
- 21Harry Green03:53
- 22Hope You Never03:02
- 23Somewhere Under Heaven04:37
- 24Climb That Hill03:33
- 25Hung Up and Overdue06:02
Info for Wildflowers & All The Rest (2014 Remaster)
"You Don't Know How It Feels" won a 1996 Grammy Award for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance. „Wildflowers“ won a 1996 Grammy for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical. „Wildflowers“ was also nominated for Best Rock Album.
It is hard to believe that Tom Petty first stepped onto the rock & roll carousel eighteen years ago. Hard to believe because the best moments of his sizable catalog--the perfect guitar pop of "American Girl," the faux-psychedelia of "Don't Come Around Here No More," the sharp-tongued putdowns like "Century City" and "Zombie Zoo"--have all developed a rare timeless quality. A quality that few, if any, of his contemporaries (Eddie Money, the Cars, etc.) were able to achieve.
Harder, still, because in the course of his long career we've never noticed Petty gettin' on in years or becoming an anachronism. So it is somehow appropriate that on „Wildflowers“, his second "solo" ride without the full complement of the Heartbreakers, Petty's musings fall predominantly toward his current role in the world. Throughout these reflections Tom Petty plays the kid's game he's been good at for years ("but let me get to the point, let's roll another joint" he sneers knowingly in "You Don't Know How It Feels"). More often than not, the future the songwriter envisions for himself is full of doubts ("Time To Move On") and soon-to-be-dull memories ("Don't Fade On Me").
This makes „Wildflowers“ speak in a far more subdued and wistful tone than most Petty records, creating a darker self-conscious persona. Tom Petty understands that he's far too established to keep playing a rebellious, one-dimensional rock & roll singer. On „Wildflowers“ he attempts to ground this understanding in a purposeful existence.
"...Petty's music...has always demanded a respect that no amount of wry humility could undermine, and his new album Wildflowers proves no exception..." (Rolling Stone)
Tom Petty, vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, harmonica
Howie Epstein, vocals, bass guitar, background vocals
Carl Wilson, vocals, background vocals
Mike Campbell, guitars, coral sitar, harpsichord
Marty Rifkin, steel guitar
Gary Herbig, saxophone
Jim Horn, saxophone
Kim Hutchcroft, saxophone
Brandon Fields, saxophone
Benmont Tench, grand piano, electric piano, harmonium, organ, Mellotron
Ringo Starr, percussion
Steve Ferrone, drums
Lenny Castro, percussion
Phil Jones, percussion
Recorded at Sound City and Ocean Way Recording, Los Angeles, California
Engineered by Jim Scott, David Bianco, Richard Dodd
Produced by Rick Rubin
Please Note: We offer the standard version of the album at 96 kHz, 24-bit.
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