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  2. nurktwin

    LP of the Week II

    5/21/19 This weeks LP is "Eldorado" by ELO.
  3. nurktwin

    Classic Rock Video of the Day II

    5/21/19 Roger Hodgson
  4. Yesterday
  5. nurktwin

    Rock N Roll Drive-In

    5/20/19 This weeks movie is "Roger Hodgson Live". Enjoy the show!
  6. nurktwin

    Classic Rock Video of the Day II

    5/20/19 Paul McCartney
  7. TwoGunslingers

    Let's Try to Make Southern Accents Great Again

    Maybe they liked their concerts the same way as the major part of their audiences: Without any big surprises. The odd new song can throw you a little bit, because it takes you somewhere else, changes the overall atmosphere. Some people like that and go for it, others don't.
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  9. billy the kid

    New TPATH Releases

    it seems adria is really grieving and it's clouding her a little, it also seems she went to the press as her lawsuit which seems to have less meat, but is getting more national coverage (cnn, rolling stone etc) It also seems best of everything was delayed multiple times because of her why was her video just released three months after it came out (she does make great videos) Is merchandise either one of them isn't that just live nation (who younger tom petty would say older tom petty) sold out to running all that. I don't like the ads but I do want more TOM PETY HODDIES AND T SHIRTS I don't think anything is wrong with that. Bottom line is November is 25 years wildflowers all the rest should be released tom would have I believe if he was still with us. release that than decide the great future and let the heartbreakers be heard maybe mike and benmont should get a vote two Lastily adria seems to be struggling with why he died if you read the rolling stone interview and I agree how does a recovered heroin and cocaine addict get fenthyel with out at least a dr 24/7 supervison.
  10. Big Blue Sky

    Photo of the Day IV: Don't it feel like Heaven

    ^^^^ embroidered jacket 💘 & Rickenbacker guitar
  11. Big Blue Sky

    Steve Ferrone comments on what’s to come

    Oh, fabulous. Thanks for sharing! I found the whole article you mentioned - people sharing their experiences about how I Won't Back Down influences them - just so inspirational & moving. Clever idea, too, by NPR, to seek out people's stories! A friend of mine - that one's her song... I'm now thinking okay, maybe if I print the lyrics & frame them for her birthday? Not the world's most terrible idea.
  12. Nourdna

    Steve Ferrone comments on what’s to come

    @Hoodoo Man Funny you ask... check out the article (I know old news) published last week by NPR.... They actually published my story 😳 ~Monica Tom Petty (@tompetty) 5/15/19, 4:00 PM ICYMI: Mike Campbell, Dana Petty, Adria Petty, & Annakim Violette discussed the legacy of “I Won’t Back Down” on ⁦‪@nprmusic‬⁩’s American Anthem. Listen now: n.pr/2Ys6JWe”
  13. Big Blue Sky

    Steve Ferrone comments on what’s to come

    And also, Would you have a favourite album, song, experience (etc) that's particularly meaningful for you, Nourdna? Not to be nosy, 😀 but, hey, as a happy alternative from the current news about estate lawsuits ...which has me reeling like I'm being repeatedly thumped by sack full of potatoes in a dark alleyway.
  14. Big Blue Sky

    Steve Ferrone comments on what’s to come

    Awww please Nourdna, c'mon, could you be so kind as to repost it? . 😀 Or you could maybe include it in the pinned thread called "old & new interviews" & just say here that you've posted it on that thread. All good. 🎩
  15. Hoodoo Man

    Classic Rock Video of the Day II

    That was an a amazing jam. I was lucky enough to catch Floyd live in 87 and again in 94 and they did not disappoint. the 87 show was particularly amazing as I got a very last minute (literally) ticket, my sister boyfriend at the time worked for a limo company and didn't sell a package. The night of the show I took a limo to Providence RI after being asked moments after being asked if I wanted a ticket. IIRC the ticket was free but I tipped the driver well, when my sister found out I had given the driver 40 bucks or so I (I was 16 at the time) she got pissed at me as I'd guess I made her look bad or something. LOL Its one of the very few nice things she has done for me over the years...
  16. Nourdna

    Steve Ferrone comments on what’s to come

    All good @Hoodoo Man. Never intended to take up “mind share” on a valuable resource for Petty fans, “Mudcrutch Farm”, who want more great music that exists but regrettably hung up in legal wrangling. The intent was simply to draw the parallel between Steve Ferrone’s “For Real” line of sight as to the unreleased music ready for our ears vs the largely repackaged collections released to date. As a newbee, didn’t want to post redundant content, so took your feedback to heart and thought best to retract.
  17. Hoodoo Man

    Steve Ferrone comments on what’s to come

    sorry Nourdna was not implying you should delete or whatnot. I have no doubt it may have been recently re-blogged or re posted elsewhere as that is the nature of the internet. I'd liken it to the Rolling Stone article with Adria calling the initial lawsuit a "nothing burger" that was posted just last week, days before she filed her own dang lawsuit against Dana. Sadly the net moves at the speed of light..... I apologize if I came across as brusque, I'm just ticked off at the estate right now. Welcome to the farm as a fellow Petty head rock on!
  18. Nourdna

    Steve Ferrone comments on what’s to come

    Deleted as advised by Hoodoo Man outdated and redundant. Apologies.
  19. Hoodoo Man

    New TPATH Releases

    Well, its impossible to know when Adria spoke to Rolling Stone in regards to the release of the new video "For Real" but at best her quote from that article seems disingenuous in light of the counter suit she just filed. The whole thing leaves me sad. Clearly Tom never expected this to be such an issue. I don't want to take sides its ridiculous as we are all Petty Fans on both sides of this coin. I just wish both parties would honor his legacy slow their roll on pushing merch and take their time and maybe not be so public in their dispute. I came to the sad realization yesterday that the days of me seeing "shed shows" are mostly behind me. I might go see the Who, but I have no real interest in Fleetwood Mac, I might have gone to see them had they picked any song but Free Fallin to honor Tom. That song has more than worn thin for me over the years and sounds like a funeral dirge on the live recordings than an upbeat tribute. This band brought me a magic in live shows that can't compare stagnant set lists aside Tom and the boys were amazing performers. I still go out and see people like John Hiatt and Buddy Guy still shreds for someone that is 82 years young. Musically speaking most of the people I want to see are doing smaller more intimate venues which does me fine rather than paying $300 for a single seat. I will happily line up to see Ben or The DK if they come to Boston but this is really the end of an era and its hitting a rather sour note with the infighting we are witness to.
  20. Hoodoo Man

    Steve Ferrone comments on what’s to come

    this is a fairly old interview with Steve I've seen posted elsewhere.
  21. Looks like they have a "new guy" drumming for them this weekend!
  22. Shelter

    What Music Are You Listening To Right Now?

    Listening to the sounds of silence. Not the album, mind you, but the actual sounds of silence. Very soothing.
  23. nurktwin

    Classic Rock Video of the Day II

    5/17/19 George Harrison
  24. Shelter

    New TPATH Releases

    At least it's fairly obvious she inherited a certain inclination for total control. (The difference between her and her dad, though, is that his strive for exclusive control was limited to his own work, his own name. Rightfully so.) As for the big statements and big letters, who am I to say what is balanced and reasonable and what is phrases and emotions. I've already spoke my piece about the difference between dealing with Tom's legacy as a loving dad or husband and managing his legacy as a professional legendary and iconic artist, and the importance of keeping the balance in the most worthy yet professional way. No matter how we read "professional", there, I'm sure they are all truly keen on the "worthy" aspect. (Another irony then, that it all has come to this deeply unworthy display...) I'm sure they have the best for Tom's legacy in mind, all of them, if at different levels and what seem (at least to me) like different dimensions. But let's just leave this here.. no point arguing. To me words and action over-ride excellence-by-association, "They were all close to Tom, they must all be great in every way." But I give.. I suppose I have lesser and more vague proof of the general character of Dana's efforts here (the way I understand her as guided by humility and respect for ALL key players - including the actual players and people who actually know these things - as well as a comparatively distinct music oriented outlook on how to publicly honouring the legacy of Tom the artist - regardless of how she may deal with her loss of Tom the man in private) than I suppose you must have of the Petty daughters being such "pretty awesome people". I know their dad was awesome. I know the Heartbreakers were, and still are. The rest of it was just faint hopes for more awesomeness to come..
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