I'd include this in my top 20 albums of the '70's, at the risk of dating myself, a decade I "matured" with rock music. A nice 30 minute album that started countless house parties when the tunes drifted out open doors inviting all. Snappy drums and bass lines for the body and great guitar from the much under-appreciated Mike Campbell make this album (cd/download) a joy to listen (and move) to til this day. Thanks Tom...RIP man.
i'll bet Stevie still has the taste of you in her mouth.
This is a hard to find historic album. Per wiki:
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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