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  1. MaryJanes2ndLastDance

    Writer compares Tom Petty to Doris Day in mixed review of Echo from 1999

    Let's not be gluttonous.
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    Writer compares Tom Petty to Doris Day in mixed review of Echo from 1999

    It's Good To Be (Burger) King
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    Writer compares Tom Petty to Doris Day in mixed review of Echo from 1999

    Since no one else has responded, I'll tackle this one. Hamburgers? Tom Petty & the Hamburgers? I see what you're saying. I'm going to refine it a bit. Maybe TPATH's music is like a hamburger joint but... ...each burger has the perfect layering of ingredients, where other places throw on a standard amount of garnish, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle, etc. TPATH layer on just the right amount of each ingredient, very carefully measured out, with some additional seasonings you won't notice unless pointed out but ones your palette appreciates. That's not all. In addition to burgers, plain and with cheese, they also offer up the occasional unique grilled cheese, corned beef, turkey and even a veggie burger. While most people come and stay for the burgers, there's the regulars who go for these lesser popular plates and even enjoy the daily specials. If TPATH are burger makers than to my taste, the bob segers/bruce springsteens/eagles/james gang/random United States classic rock band are like McDonald's. True they may have a good meal here and there but it's generic processed junk. TPATH are the Mom-and-Pop restaurant, there's something unique about the quality of their food and the care with which they put it together, deceptively simple yet more nutritious and tastier than you'd think. ciao
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    Random Thoughts Thread

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    Classic Rock Video of the Day II

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    Flirting with Thyme and other Petty recipes....

    LUNA (BAR) Ingredients 1 Luna Bar purchased from grocery store Step 1 Keep at room temperature Step 2 Unwrap Step 3 Eat Serves 1 to 4 people
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    Wildflowers BOX set and Filmore release potential!

    Hmm. I like the color scheme but think the base should be wider/larger. I like the handle visually though I don't think it's practical. However, it is no way worth that amount of money (plus shipping?). It's a mug. It's not worth that cost even if you drink Maxwell House out of it.
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    Wildflowers BOX set and Filmore release potential!

    That list right there. THE TOM PETTY COOKBOOK: You don't have to live like a recipe.
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    Wildflowers BOX set and Filmore release potential!

    Nah, that's just an amazing post.
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    Wildflowers BOX set and Filmore release potential!

    The Dirty Knobs should cover this version of it.
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    Wildflowers BOX set and Filmore release potential!

    Yes, there's no topping "baklava, lava lava."
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    Wildflowers BOX set and Filmore release potential!

    As I was about to sit down and sip some non-Maxwell House coffee it occurred to me to once again return to the point that ALL THE REST should be the next release. 1) Supposedly Tom had it completed (or close to?) before his death. 2) The Anniversary of it is coming up in the Fall 3) It is, as far as we know, the one definite project Tom mentioned and wanted to have released. ---All it would take is to release it in the form he wanted as a affordable single or double disc release. If there's some behind the scenes footage use some of that in promotion, maybe pick a new song as an attempt at a single and have it in stores by the time of its anniversary. It'll carry over into the Christmas shopping season as well. 4) Don't muddle the issue with even more tracks found by Ryan; save those for another release, just go with what Tom wanted. Simple. Unless there's some strange unknown reason why this hasn't happened, it goes to show how messed up things are behind the scenes, aside from the lawsuits. Rant done. Peace.
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    Random Thoughts Thread

    if TPATH had ever covered YYZ by Rush, do you think Scott Thurston would've helped out on harmony vocals?
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