Top Tom Petty Albums
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Highway Companion (Deluxe Version)
Highway Companion (Deluxe Version)
[2006]
Anthology: Through the Years
Anthology: Through the Years
[2000]
Wildflowers
Wildflowers
[1994]
Full Moon Fever
Full Moon Fever
[1989]
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You Don't Know How It Feels Free Falling Mary Jane's Last Dance Learning To Fly American Girl Runnin' Down A Dream How Many More Days Straight Into Darkness Wooden Heart No Second Thoughts It's Good To Be King Since You Said You Loved Me You Wreck Me Yer So Bad I Need To Know Won't Back Down High In The Morning Roll Another Joint Strangered In The Night Saving Grace Dreamville So You Want To Be A Rock & Roll Star California A Woman In Love Moon Pie Cabin Down Below Crawling Back To You Don't Fade On Me Honey Bee House In The Woods Into The Great Wide Open Jammin' Me Rhino Skin Southern Accents Time To Move On To Find A Friend Wake Up Time Walls (circus) Wildflowers You Got Lucky Listen To Her Heart Something In The Air Refugee Don't Do Me Like That Here Comes My Girl Even The Losers The Waiting Stop Draggin' My Heart Around Don't Come Around Here No More A Face In The Crowd A Self-made Man Billy The Kid Accused Of Love Insider Needles & Pins The Criminal Kind This Old Town Spike Trailer Kings Highway Nightwatchman Rebels Zero From Outer Space Ain't Love Strange Travelin' Baby's A Rock 'n' Roller Ankle Deep Somewhere Under Heaven Runaway Trains Zombie Zoo The Apartment Song Century City Lonesome Sundown The Dark Of The Sun Luna I'm Tired Joey Boy Magnolia Joe Peace In L.a. Mary's New Car Swingin' Louisiana Rain Hurt Echo The Damage You've Done Kings Road Jack Supernatural Radio Restless Surrender Turning Point Heartbreaker's Beach Party Blue Sunday Have Love Will Travel Damaged By Love Night Driver Hometown Blues The Golden Rose Lost Children Big Boss Man
Related Information for Tom Petty
Thomas Earl Petty (born 20 October 1950 in Gainesville, Florida) is an American musician, singer, composer and songwriter. After working with his early bands The Sundowners, The Epics, and Mudcrutch (which also included future Heartbreakers members Mike Campbell and Benmont Tench) he began his recording career with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers when the band broke onto the national music scene with their 1976 self-titled debut album. Still, it took America a full year to catch up to the album. "Breakdown" was re-released to radio and became a Top 40 hit in 1977 after word filtered back the band was creating a firestorm in England. He was also a member of The Traveling Wilburys, along with George Harrison, Jeff Lynne, Bob.. read more