Tagged Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

Wednesday 4pm: Sounds of The 70s

This week on the Sounds of The 70s we feature:  James Taylor, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Grass Roots, Elton John, Bill Withers, Steely Dan, Cliff Richard, Narvel Felts, Gary Glitter, David Bowie, Sylvia, Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers and more . . . 

Sunday 12am: Saturday Night Rock Show

This week on the Rock Show:
Smashing Pumpkins, Robin Trower, AC/DC. Deep Purple, Seether, Allman Brothers Band, Black Sabbath, Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, Electric Light Orchestra, CJ Ramone, Neil Young, Judas Priest, Jackyl, Snow Patrol, Journey, Pilot, Meat Loaf, and many more.  12am – 6am  ET on RadioMaxMusic.

 

 

Monday 9pm: Feature LP – Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – Damn The Torpedoes (1979)

Damn the Torpedoes is the RIAA Triple Platinum-certified third album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, released in late 1979. This was the first of three Petty albums originally released by the Backstreet Records label, distributed by MCA Records. It built on the commercial success and critical acclaim of his two previous albums and reached #2 on the Billboard album chart.

In 2003, the album was ranked number 313 on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.

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Monday 8:30pm ET – Feature LP – Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers – You’re Gonna Get It (1978)

You’re Gonna Get It! is the second album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, released in 1978. Originally, the album was to be titled Terminal Romance. Like its self-titled predecessor, this album includes tight melodic songs awash in ringing guitars and organ. It reached #23 on Billboard’s Top LP’s & Tapes chart in 1978.

Many reviewers rated You’re Gonna Get It! only a notch lower than their moderately well-received debut album. Some reviews such as in Rolling Stone at the time noted the “impressive stylistic cohesiveness” between the two. It did chart higher, however, than its predecessor.

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Monday 8pm: Feature LP – Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers is the debut album by the band of the same name, released on November 9, 1976 by Shelter Records.

Initially following its release, the album received little attention in the United States. Following a British tour, it climbed to #24 on the UK album chart and the single “Anything That’s Rock ‘n’ Roll” became a hit in the UK. After nearly a year and many positive reviews, the album reached the U.S. charts, where it climbed to #55 in 1978 and eventually went Gold. The single “Breakdown” cracked the Top 40 in the U.S. and “American Girl” became an FM radio staple that can still be heard today.

The album was recorded and mixed at the Shelter Studio, Hollywood, California.

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Artist Countdown: Tom Petty Top 60 Hits 1pm ET @tompetty

tom_pettyThomas Earl “Tom” Petty (born October 20, 1950) is an American musician, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and record producer. He is best known as the lead vocalist of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, but is also known as a member and co-founder of the late 1980s supergroup the Traveling Wilburys (under the pseudonyms of Charlie T. Wilbury, Jr. and Muddy Wilbury] and Mudcrutch.

He has recorded a number of hit singles with the Heartbreakers and as a solo artist, many of which remain heavily played on adult contemporary and classic rock radio. His music has been classified as rock and roll, heartland rock and even stoner rock. His music, and notably his hits, have become popular among younger generations as he continues to host sold-out shows.Throughout his career, Petty has sold more than 80 million records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling artists of all time. In 2002, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. – Wikipedia 

1 I Won’t Back Down
2 Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around (Stevie Nicks)
3 Free Fallin’
4 Learning to Fly
5 Mary Jane’s Last Dance
6 Don’t Come Around Here No More
7 Refugee
8 The Waiting
9 Handle with Care  (Traveling Wilbury’s)
10 End of the Line  (Traveling Wilbury’s)
11 A Face in the Crowd
12 Jammin’ Me
13 You Don’t Know How It Feels
14 Runnin’ Down a Dream
15 You Got Lucky
16 Into the Great Wide Open
17 You Wreck Me
18 Don’t Do Me Like That
19 Change of Heart
20 Walls
21 It’s Good to Be King
22 Something in the Air
23 She’s My Baby  (Traveling Wilbury’s)
24 Breakdown
25 Make It Better (Forget About Me)
26 Needles and Pins (with Stevie Nicks)
27 Here Comes My Girl
28 Free Girl Now
29 A Higher Place
30 Kings Highway
31 Yer So Bad
32 Rebels
33 A Woman in Love (It’s Not Me)
34 I Need to Know
35 Saving Grace
36 Listen to Her Heart
37 Out In The Cold
38 Last Night  (Traveling Wilbury’s)
39 Runaway Trains
40 Love Is A Long Road
41 Heading for the Light  (Traveling Wilbury’s)
42 So You Want to Be a Rock ‘n’ Roll Star
43 Inside Out  (Traveling Wilbury’s)
44 Swingin’
45 Feel A Whole Lot Better
46 All Mixed Up
47 Room at the Top
48 The Last DJ
49 Makin’ Some Noise
50 Too Good to Be True
51 I Will Run To You (Stevie Nicks)
52 Anything That’s Rock ‘n’ Roll
53 Think About Me
54 American Girl
55 I Should Have Known It
56 Tweeter and the Monkey Man   (Traveling Wilbury’s)
57 Wilbury Twist   (Traveling Wilbury’s)
58 Straight into Darkness
59 All or Nothin’
60 Depending On You