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  • CD (23 janvier 2003)
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  • Label: Geffen
  • ASIN : B000002OO0
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  1. American girl
  2. Breakdown
  3. Listen to her heart
  4. I need to know
  5. Refugee
  6. Don't do me like that
  7. Even the losers
  8. Here comes my girl
  9. The waiting
  10. You got lucky
  11. Don't come around here no more
  12. I won't back down - Tom Petty
  13. Runnin' down a dream - Tom Petty
  14. Free fallin' - Tom Petty
  15. Learning to fly
  16. Into the great wide open
  17. Mary jane's last dance
  18. Something in the air

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... en s'inspirant du titre de l'un des albums d'Elvis.
En effet, ce premier "Best Of" de Tom Petty vient de passer la barre des 10 millions d'exemplaires vendus outre Atlantique depuis sa sortie en 93.
Que dire d'autre à partir de là? Simplement que l'on y retrouve quelques-uns des meilleurs titres de Petty:19 au total dont deux inédits. Mais si vous en voulez davantage pour guère plus cher, achetez la double compil' plus récente qui comporte notamment des titres de "wildflowers", son chef-d'oeuvre paru fin 94. D'où 4 étoiles seulement pour ce premier "greatest hits".
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Tous les tubes de Tom Petty sont là ! Pour les fans comme pour tous ceux qui veulent découvrir ce chanteur, ce CD est indispensable.
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mon mari aime beaucoup Tom Petty ..il ne se lasse pas de l'écouter .... j'achèterais probablement d'autres titres merci beaucoup
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HASH(0x93286384) étoiles sur 5 Ideal one disc compilation for Petty and Heartbreakers 29 juin 2003
Par Daniel J. Hamlow - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The first greatest hits collection by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers covering from 1977 to 1993 does omit some material, such as "Jammin' Me" from 1987's Let Me Up, but on the whole, serves to demonstrate their impact on the late 1970's through early 90's music scene. Key[]=original studio album.
Petty's first single, "American Girl" defined the sound he brought to American music. The title character was "raised on promises/she couldn't help thinking that there/was a little more to life." It also regained popularity as the song Buffalo Bill's victim was jamming to in Silence Of The Lambs. [Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers]
The downbeat "Breakdown" from the same album, is a statement of connection from a man to a woman.
"Listen To Her Heart" throws verbal punches at the wrong kind of man with designs for a girl, and that opening guitar is wonderful, especially as the drums kick in. Petty really socks it to me: "She's gonna listen to her heart/It's gonna tell her what to do/She might need a lot of loving/But she don't need you." [You're Gonna Get It]
The "is she free or isn't she free?" dilemma is explored in the rockingly engaging but poignant "I Need To Know": "I need to know(I need to know)/Because I don't know how long/I can hold on/And if your makin' me wait/If you're leadin' me on/I need to know(I need to know)." [You're Gonna Get It]
Tom Petty's signature tune, taken from Damn The Torpedoes, is hands-down my favourite. The narrator comforts a girl who's had a rough, tumble-down life and surmises "Somewhere, somehow, somebody must have/Kicked you around some/Tell me why you wanna lay there/Revel in your abandon" And the message in the chorus: "You see, you don't have to live like a Refugee."
The other three singles from that album are "Don't Do Me Like That," "Here Comes My Girl" and "Even The Losers."
The bittersweet latter is one of my favourites, as it depressingly realizes the folly of some things too good to last, however, "...even the losers get lucky sometimes/Even the losers keep a little bit of pride/They get lucky sometimes." Really? Well if even the losers get lucky, what am I, who am not lucky at all?
Southern Accent's only big single, "Don't Come Around Here No More" which even has a snatch of sitar in the beginning is a funnily nasty song on fed-up love: "I've given up, stop. I've given up, stop./I've given up, stop. on waiting any longer/I've given up, on this love getting stronger." And the title tells the girl to well... don't come around here no more. It builds up to a raging guitar jam at the end.
The Rickenbacker guitar opening "The Waiting" and the chorus, where Petty sings "The waiting is the hardest part" after seeing all those "cards" really makes this a standout song. [Hard Promises]
The sole representative from 1982's Long After Dark, "You Got Lucky" is a dark brooding number punctuated by 80's New Wave keyboards.
There are three songs from his solo album Full Moon Fever, produced by ELO frontman Jeff Lynne and fellow Travelling Wilbury, which boosted Petty's flagging career as the 1980's were dying out. "I Won't Back Down" defines Petty's philosophy perfectly--"Well I know what's right, I got just one life/In a world that keeps on pushin' me around/But I'll stand my ground and I won't back down." And how can he, especially with backup from George Harrison's guitar? "Running Down A Dream" is the last thing Petty would do, and this rocking, cruising down the highway is a standout. The mid-paced, lazy-Sunday-afternoon feeling of "Free Fallin'" on LA life was the single that proved Petty was still radio-friendly material.
Jeff Lynne produced Into The Great Wide Open and his sound shows on the first single "Learning To Fly." The moral is told thus: "Well some say life will beat you down/Break your heart, steal your crown/So I started out for god knows where/But I guess I'll know when I get there." The title track is the story of a high-school dropout who makes it big in the music bigtime.
There are two new songs here, the slow "Mary Jane's Last Dance"--love that harmonica, and a cover of Thunderclap Newman's "Something In The Air," the song played at the end of The Magic Christian movie. As Petty revolutionized artistic control during his troubles with MCA, the song does fit him.
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HASH(0x932863d8) étoiles sur 5 The best of Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, 1976-1993 18 juillet 2004
Par Daniel Jolley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers Greatest Hits pulls together 18 great tracks from one of rock's most legendary yet still underrated groups, covering Petty's career from 1976 up through 1993. Of course, Petty has released several classic albums since this GH CD was released, but this album provides fans unfamiliar with the consistency and strength of Petty's early years the chance to see that something good did indeed emerge from the musical doldrums of the 1970s. Petty's whiffs and raw, throaty vocals were a proverbial breath of fresh air during the days of disco. At the time, the music was characterized as new wave, if you can imagine that, but the heart of Petty's music has always been in America's heartland; while he has successfully incorporated a number of musical stylings over the years, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers remain the embodiment of classic rock 'n' roll.
The band's 1976 self-titled debut album barely made a ripple in America until the band found success in the UK - then, America took notice of the first single Breakdown and the rock classic American Girl. You're Gonna Get It was released in 1978 and supplies the tracks Listen To Her Heart and I Need to Know. Much greater success was waiting in 1979 when Damn the Torpedoes saw the light of day, and this GH collection features four unforgettable tracks from that breakthrough album: Refugee, Don't Do Me Like That, Even the Losers, and Here Comes My Girl. It's hard to believe Refugee maxed out at number 15 in the US charts, as the song was all over the airwaves at the time. These four songs reflect the growth and maturation of Petty & the Heartbreakers as they truly began to establish a rock 'n' roll legacy. The group's next two albums, Hard Promises (1981) and Long After Dark (1982) saw only moderate success and are represented here by only two tracks: The Waiting and You Got Lucky, respectively.
Three years of work paid off when Southern Accents was released in 1985. It's a great album, even though only one track from the album appears on this GH collection. Don't Come Around Here No More is especially memorable for its twisted Alice in Wonderland video- it's one of the most famous music videos of all time. Full Moon Fever (1989) made Petty a legend with hits such as I Won't Back Down (featuring fellow Wilbury George Harrison), Runnin' Down a Dream, and Free Fallin'. Into the Great Wide Open (1991) kept the ball rolling with hits such as the title track and Learning to Fly.
This Greatest Hits album concludes with two brand new songs. Mary Jane's Last Dance (and its accompanying video featuring Kim Basinger) was a big hit, while Something In the Air is a great song obviously influenced by Petty's recent collaborations with Jeff Lynne and George Harrison in the guise of the Traveling Wilburys. I'm a little disappointed that nothing from 1987's Let Me Up (I've Had Enough) is included in this collection; I've never understood the album's lack of success as it features some great tunes including Jammin' Me, which was co-written by Bob Dylan.
There are more inclusive Petty collections out there these days, but if you want the heart and soul of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers on one CD, the 18 tracks on Greatest Hits will serve you quite well indeed.
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HASH(0x93286810) étoiles sur 5 New Wave, Classic Rock Essentially Meet w/ Tom Petty Hits CD 19 mai 2001
Par Anthony G Pizza - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
He's been going in and out of style, but he's guaranteed to raise a sneer...as his recent alt-rock tribute LP confirms, Tom Petty has straddled new wave attitude with classic rock heritage for nearly 25 years. He leads the Heartbreakers, one of rock's all-time best backing bands (guitarist Mike Campbell, drummer Stan Lynch and keyboardist Benmont Tench are American rock masters on their instruments) and has prolifically created some of the era's sturdiest music.
That music's first decade and a half, heard on this essential one-disc greatest hits set, was released by MCA Records after acquiring Petty's former label, ABC, in 1978. Petty's tempestous relationship with MCA was spent witholding an 1981 album to protest increasing prices, foolishly injuring himself in a studio accident, suffering bankruptsy and a damaging home fire. ("Into The Great Wide Open," is a first-rate parody of the business and still doesn't address it all.) This constant battling may have fueled the anger and desperation in classic singles like "Refugee," "I Won't Back Down," "Don't Come Around Here No More," and "You Got Lucky." These featured distinctive videos (Petty was an early MTV constant) and could as easily have played to tyrannical bosses as wayward lovers.
Many Petty songs (especially their relatively short length, all but five songs here run four minutes or less) show the influence of classic 60s rockers Petty loved and emulated: Del Shannon (for whom Petty produced an LP and invoked on the rave-up "Runnin' Down A Dream"), his adopted Traveling Wilbury brethren the Beatles (most obviously George Harrison's mid-60s work), Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison. Even during his awkward solo excursions, Petty graciously invited influences and bandmates for the ride. (Speaking of which, this is also outstanding driving music!)
"Greatest Hits" misses some key singles: 1984's "Rebels," "Woman In Love," his duets with Stevie Nicks on "Needles and Pins" and their 1981 duet "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around." Most of these appear on "Through The Years," a 2CD set released concurrently - and ironically - with a similar best-of by ABC/MCA/Universal Music catalogue iconoclast Steely Dan. Nonetheless, "Greatest Hits" is a near-perfect introduction for new fans to Petty's workmanlike career. His music's old, strong roots outgrew waves old and New, influencing and appealing to two generations of rockers.
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HASH(0x93286bdc) étoiles sur 5 Nice greatest hits collection 26 mai 2008
Par Steven Peterson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers' music has been with us for a long time. Their first album came out in 1976, featuring songs such as "American Girl" and "Breakdown." Over time, the group's body of work expanded and included some classic songs. This CD, including many of their greatest hits, chronicles the career of Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers nicely.

Some illustrative cuts:

"American Girl": Recorded in 1976. Petty's inimitable voice is in good form here. The band plays with a tight sound and a hard edge.

"Breakdown": This represents a softer sound, and the song is filled with poignant lyrics. One line comes to mind:

"It's alright if you love me;
It's alright if you don't."

"Refugee": This is one of Tom Petty's iconic songs. The music is hard driving, Petty's voice is in good form, and he captures emotions as he sings.

"Don't Do Me Like That": Another signature song of Petty and the group. . . . Keyboards add a nice touch to the song. Signature lyrics:

"Someone's gonna tell you lies,
Cut you down to size.
Don't do me like that
. . . .
Well I love you, baby,
Don't do me like that."

All in all, a nice slice of the greatest hits of Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers. I'm not someone deeply immersed in the music of this body of work, I concede, but, to twist what Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart once said of pornography: "I can't define great music, but I know it when I hear it."
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HASH(0x93286b88) étoiles sur 5 A Classic CD! 15 novembre 2002
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I Was Blown Away When I Bought This Last Year... 18 Tracks.. 63 Minutes Long.. Not a single weak cut. Everything from "American Girl" to "Into The Great Wide Open" with two new songs, including the monster hit "Mary Jane's Last Dance".
All of his major radio staples are included. It's all in chronological order too which is a major plus. I highly recommend this album to any Bob Dylan, Beatles or Roy Orbison fan, because you will not be disappointed. If you already own this LP and want to dive into more Petty, I suggest purchasing the 1994 album "Wildflowers". "Wildflowers" is Tom Petty's first studio effort for Warner Bros, and ranks as one of his finest efforts. It has the hits "You Don't Know How It Feels", "You Wreck Me", "It's Good To Be King" and "A Higher Place". 15 Tracks Total and 63 Minutes Long. You will totally enjoy it if you like this Greatest hits album.... After you get Wildflowers, get the CD's "ECHO" and "FULL MOON FEVER" and you'll have everything you'll need by Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.... Hope My Review was helpful to you guys... :)
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