Mad Sounds

Ep. 29: Tom Petty's 40 Years of Rock Excellence

Mark Berman published on

In which we go over the long career & legacy of one of my all-time favorite artists, the late Tom Petty. As the everyman's rock star, between the Heartbreakers, the Wilburys, Mudcrutch & solo work, he's left behind one of the most solid & timeless discographies in rock. However, for a guy that's never cared for flashy videos or reinventing himself for the times, this may have ended up a double-edged sword. Find out why I (along with more casual fan Johnny) believe that in this special retrospective episode. // SONGS PLAYED IN ORDER: Saving Grace (Highway Companion, 2006), I Should Have Known It (Mojo, 2010), Make It Better (Southern Accents, 1985), Asshole (Songs & Music from "She's the One", 1996), Hungry No More (Mudcrutch 2, 2016), Joe (The Last DJ, 2002), Echo, (Echo, 1999), We Stand a Chance (Long After Dark, 1982), Anything That’s Rock ‘N’ Roll (self-titled, 1976). // Check out more on the Mad Sounds YouTube channel, and follow us on Twitter! // Mark @SpinItReviews, Johnny @Viralrak

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