Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers is the debut album by the band of the same name, released on November 9, 1976 by Shelter Records. The album was recorded and mixed at the Shelter Studio in Hollywood, California. Initially following its release, the album received little attention in the United States.
Echo (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers album). Redirected from Echo (Tom Petty album)). Echo is the tenth studio album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. Released in April 1999, the album reached number 10 on the Billboard 200 aided by singles "Free Girl Now," "Swingin'" and "Room at the Top," which hit numbers 5, 17 and 19 respectively on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Tracks in 1999.
Echo is the tenth studio album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. First released in April 1999, the album reached number 10 on the Billboard 200 aided by the singles "Free Girl Now", "Swingin'" and "Room at the Top", which hit numbers 5, 17 and 19 respectively on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Tracks in 1999. The album was the band's last collaboration with producer Rick Rubin, and was also the last to feature contributions from longtime bassist/vocalist Howie Epstein, who died of a heroin overdose in 2003.
Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers. Echo is a record that procrastinates in many ways, certainly all of the songs aren’t great, but those that are, are relentlessly so, bestowing a sense of adventure while running from an undefined past. It would be far too easy to simply assess this album by revealing the historic genesis for each song, where by doing so, one would instantly lose the essence, the theater, along with the internal dialog songs like Rhino Skin and Counting On You reveal
Put down your things and rest a while You know we've both nowhere to go Yeah, Daddy had to crash He's always halfway there you know And no, I don't pretend there's anymore of that They say one day you'll look up and laugh. And hear the same sad echo When you walk Yeah, the same sad echo When you talk loud and clear It's the same as the same Sad echo around here. I promise you this winter I will worship you like gold And ride your train forever Electric fortunes to be told And I don't want to question or even celebrate All the joy you.
The Wild One, Forever (Album track from Tom Petty and the er 9, 1976) 11. No Second Thoughts (Album track from You’re Gonna Get It!-May 2, 1978) 12. Here Comes My Girl (Alternate version from Damn The Torpedoes sessions-1979) 13. What Are You Doing In My Life (Alternate version from Damn The Torpedoes sessions-1979) 1. Lonesome Sundown (Album track from Echo-April 13, 1999) 14. Don’t Fade On Me (Previously unreleased track from -April 20, 1994) CD 4 1. You And Me (Clubhouse version-November 9, 2007) 2. Have Love Will Travel (Album track from The Last DJ-October 8, 2002) 3. Money Becomes King (Album track from The Last DJ-October 8, 2002) 4. Bus To Tampa Bay (Previously unreleased track from Hypnotic Eye.
That weary melancholy is the bond that keeps Echo together, bridging the gap between the ballads and the rockers, providing an emotional touchstone that makes the record more than just another Petty record. Then again, the music on Echo manages to sound like every other Petty album, yet it stays fresh. Petty, Mike Campbell, and Rick Rubin (along with some help from George Drakoulias) keep the spirit of Wildflowers alive by keeping the production uncluttered, direct, and muscular - which just reveals what a strong, versatile band the Heartbreakers are.
Echo In The Canyon" (trailer). 657. Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers "For Real" Music Video.
Echo is the tenth studio album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, originally released in 1999. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample).