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  1. 4 points
    Okay, sure, so they're all sensational musicians & over the years have contributed to other people's recording sessions. Are there too many to count? I knew about this first appearance (from 3:20) but was completely surprised while watching the second music video (from 2:10 onwards).
  2. 3 points
    martin03345

    New TPATH Releases

    And they've been saying for 20 years how they want to release an album on their Fillmore stand and still have not done so. You can't believe this band for anything when it comes to releasing new unreleased gems, deep cuts and or live music. That is literally this bands greatest sin. They released only 1 live album with a few live DVDs and VHSs that should've been also put out as LPs and other shows that should've been put out as well. Pack Up though charming at times is a bastardization of them live and though the Live Anthology offers a great scope of them as a band over 35 years, there never was a true release of them as a band at their peak and that's a fucking crime.
  3. 3 points
    mikemono

    New TPATH Releases

    I think all parties are aware of the importance of the Wildflowers project to Tom's musical legacy, as it's been brought up by Mike and Adria in various interviews since Tom's passing. In the Facebook live video before The Best of Everything's release, Adria didn't mention Wildflowers in particular, but she did say she wanted to give both An American Treasure and The Best of Everything time to breathe before new material was going to be released. In the last hour, Annakim posted on Instagram that "We don't sell out," which may be a message to Dana. Given that this TMZ article frames Dana -- and not Adria and/or Annakim -- as the person who wants access to the Wildflowers material for a twenty-fifth anniversary edition, it seems that she wants the music within a certain time frame; it doesn't necessarily imply that anyone is opposed to the eventual release of the material. So, in addition to potentially figuring out who (individually) should execute Tom's wishes and run his estate, it seems that the timing of releases -- when as opposed to what stuff is going to be released -- is a central issue for all party's involved.
  4. 2 points
    Benmont plays on the Jenny Lewis album that came out last week. This track also features Ringo and Don Was:
  5. 2 points
    nurktwin

    Classic Rock Video of the Day II

    3/24/19 The Rolling Stones
  6. 1 point
    nurktwin

    Darkhorse Radio

    If you have SiriusXM radio, go to the Beatles channel and try to catch the "Darkhorse Radio" show with guest Olivia Harrison (George's wife). On this episode she discusses The Traveling Wilburys and plays songs sung by each Wilbury. Lots of stories about them too. The wives would go out to dinner and when they got back, the boys would all be around the kitchen table with smirks on their faces. The girls asked, OK, what's going on now? The boys said would you like to hear what we just did? Then they put on the tape of the new song they just wrote and recorded. Lots of fun. IF there is a recording of this show, I'll try to find it and post it here for you. Rock on!!!
  7. 1 point
    RedfordCowboy

    Songs not on Normal Albums

    Whoa. You almost forget that TP was signed as a solo act for a brief moment with Shelter Records, circa 1975. Mudcrutch is signed in 1974. Record never happens. ------ What if the world saw a Tom Petty solo album in 1975? What would that record look like? I say we'd get to hear the studio recording of Dog on the Run. The whole album has gotta have that bridge feel - somewhere between a Mudcrutch/TPATH sonic thing. Struggling to be cohesive, a hybrid of all the influences and instincts built into an ambitious 25 year old TP thus far. Going off of the above track list, and Mudcrutch set lists for clues, I imagine something like this....(see attached). Unhappy with being a "solo artist", and Tom being the stubborn guy he is, goes back to the label (who is starting to have their doubts about him), and tells them his next effort HAS TO BE A BAND EFFORT. ------ Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers first LP is released in 1976.
  8. 1 point
    Shelter

    Songs not on Normal Albums

    Right. I've seen those. I have no other credible sources for those titles, though and I have never heard them myself. I have them as unconfirmed on my list. However, that JP site also lists There Ain't Enough Money and Goodbye Little Rich Girl, both from the LMU(IHE) sessions, and those just skipped my mind for the above post. They are mentioned elsewhere as well and even played live, so.... (The latter were played quite a few times live in 1987, the first one, to my knowledge, was ever only performed once.. also in 87.. and that one I have never heard.)
  9. 1 point
    Shelter

    Songs not on Normal Albums

    Oh, sorry.. I missed that part. Not sure an actual recording exists, or, if so, when it was cut. Maybe 81 or 82? But Reptiles sure is a TP song (as are the 2003 songs mentioned) According to Tom he wrote Reptiles, as can be imagined, about lawyers, during/ in the aftermath of his lawsuit battles of 80/81.
  10. 1 point
    I remember first hearing 'Sheโ€™s Not There' on the radio in my bedroom. So ethereal. So spooky ... the DJ said it was The Zombies from England. 'Of course,' I thought. 'That is exactly what a zombie rock group would sound like.'โ€ -Tom Petty
  11. 1 point
    Gregory18

    New TPATH Releases

    I'd love to have an official release of the True Confessions Tour with Bob Dylan. Maybe one day in Dylan's Bootleg Series...
  12. 1 point
    MaryJanes2ndLastDance

    New TPATH Releases

    1) All The Rest for all the fans who've patiently waited. 2) Unreleased material released as single albums with song selection either chronologically or by what makes the best flow of a record. Spaced out to be affordable and give time for people to appreciate or not. Simple albums, no more box sets. 3) The last show as a cd-release with a third disc of all the deep cuts and one off songs they played on this tour including the jam etc. from Red Rocks 4) Maybe the occasional gift to fans with a free live concert download from their past every so often, spaced out. These would not conflict with any Fillmore box set or other planned live releases; just random good quality shows from their past, with all the different configurations of the band. 5) Any unreleased Mudcrutch as a single or double album. I figure there isn't that much or at the same level as TPATH 6) A live Mudcrutch album or two 7) In-depth interview book or free online interviews with the other members of the band including Stan. cheers
  13. 1 point
    It's not exact but I didn't find it on setlist.fm. I doubt it, sorry.
  14. 1 point
  15. 1 point
    I think this is one of the best songs from Mojo, I really enjoy the dream like and soothing quality of the music.
  16. 1 point
    MaryJanes2ndLastDance

    Greatest Hits Vol. 2

    Mudcrutch somehow ended up with the more artistic covers (generally speaking) than TPATH.
  17. 1 point
    RedfordCowboy

    Greatest Hits Vol. 2

    I must say, Big Blue Sky, that's an awesome list you have there. And I like your idea of choosing only ONE song off each album, hard as that may be. I enjoyed your exercise to much that I'll follow suit. BUT, I'll include a song from Wildflowers. That being said, any song off WF can be and deserves to be on a Greatest Hits compilation, so it doesn't really matter which song you pick in my opinion. All are deserving. WF would easily weigh down any GH2 album. In my teens, It's Good to be King was my favorite track. In my early 20's, it was Time to Move On. In my later 20's, it became Hard On Me. In my 30's, it was Crawling Back to You, tied with Wake Up Time. Now, at this season in life, it's gotta be To Find a Friend. But that song would be too slow to kick off a GH2 album, so I'm choosing to go with an upbeat & optimistic selection. Here goes: 1. A Higher Place 2. Walls 3. Sea of Heartbreak 4. Counting on You 5. Have Love Will Travel 6. Big Weekend 7. Scare Easy 8. It's Good to Be King (live) 9. I Should Have Known It 10. Fault Lines 11. Dreams of Flying 12. Lonesome Dave 13. For Real
  18. 1 point
    Once again i have to be Jealous out here on the east coast. Knobs as well as Robby Kreiger (separately) wold love to see them both live! Saw this on the Knobs FB page.... www.hhmhootenanny.comMAJOR EARLYBIRD DISCOUNTS THROUGH SUNDAY NIGHT!!!THE HOOTENANNY IS BACK!!! MAY 18TH, 2019 - KING GILLETTE RANCH This time to benefit The Kevin Cordasco Foundation /Something Yellow! Not only will you spend this beautiful spring day in the Santa Monica Mountains, sipping and savoring the best our community has to offer, but you will be doing it to the sounds of The Dirty Knobs with Mike Campbell (Legendary guitarist of Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers AND Fleetwood Mac!). Robby Krieger (of The Doors) & Friends! Overstreet - Sir Please - Fraker - Aaron Burch and the Band of One Another and MORE to come!!!๐Ÿท๐ŸŽธ๐Ÿบ DISCOUNTED TICKET PRE-SALE IS SHORT AND LIMITED! WWW.HHMHOOTENANNY.COM
  19. 1 point
    Welcome to the 'Farm!
  20. 1 point
    Shelter

    Wildflowers (all the rest) tracks?

    Indeed. Or even.. in line with Tom still planning to go ahead with the Wildflower project right away after the tour, he may have figured, why not use the tour to pave the way some.. like a mini promotion of what is to come. In other words, it's not instead of, it's because of. I like to think there would be a logic to that as well. Right.. but anniversaries rarely was how they rolled, though, was it. Seeing how they celebrated their 41st in 2017, how DTT was celebrated with a deluxe treatement at 31, how they rode with a Tom solo album for the TPATH 30th Anniv tour, as you mention, how Playback would have been the perfect 20! extravaganza, if it wasn't one year early, and the 20th of Wildflowers is closing in on 30, for all I know. I like to think of all this as mildly confusing but extremely charming. At the very least it speaks to the genuine, less calculated side of their enterprise, and what's not to love about that part! They'd always get to things when and how they liked! It's all just numbers anyway..
  21. 1 point
    nurktwin

    Classic Rock Video of the Day II

    3/25/19 The Who Isle Of Wight Festival 1970
  22. 1 point
    Big Blue Sky

    Greatest Hits Vol. 2

    Well yes, I do agree that this isn't real & it's all in my mind. It's a fun thought experiment / a flight of fancy / part of long tradition of creating mix tapes.
  23. 1 point
    Big Blue Sky

    Darkhorse Radio

    Hi Franferparraga! Oh, what is a fabulous photo of George Harrison (that you're using for your contact image icon). Good choice!!
  24. 1 point
    NIL DESPERANDUM http://www.sebreephoto.com/copied-blog/2017/12/8/tom-petty-1950-2017-nil-desperandum Robert Sebree got a front row seat of a big chunk of Tom's life...looks like a period from around 1989 up to his marriage with Dana, circa 2001. During that time, he shot some of my all-time favorite photos of Tom, specifically during the Wildflowers and STO era - 1994-1996. Him and Martyn Atkins were his main photo/video/art director guys. Could you imagine being able to capture Tom and the HB in the studio, during recording sessions...oh to be a fly on the wall. Just look at those photos, man!!
  25. 1 point
    here's my 20 live "things..." Too Good To Be True, Luna, You And I Will Meet Again, Finding Out, You Tell Me, Trip To Pirate's Cove, Mystery Of Love, A Thing About You, Surrender, Have Love Will Travel, The Wild One Forever, Echo, Deliver Me, Ankle Deep, Dreamville, Making Some Noise, Think About Me, Restless, Waiting for Tonight, Sins of My Youth Mind you, Something Big was on this list too, as was When The Time Comes... and they DID happen, so.. miracles sometimes.... well..
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