Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Stay on the Fillmore (1997) arrives this week and options materials recorded throughout the band’s famed 20-night residency in San Francisco. Now, one fortunate UCR reader can win a duplicate of the six-LP assortment!
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In January 1997, Petty and the band settled into the Fillmore, desirous to let free and provides audiences a very good time. The string of performances (six of which have been recorded) noticed Petty taking part in his hits but in addition a wide selection of canopy songs by acts just like the Rolling Stones, the Who, Little Richard, JJ Cale, Bob Dylan, Grateful Dead and numerous extra. There have been additionally visitor appearances by the likes of Roger McGuinn and John Lee Hooker. (A whole observe itemizing will be considered here.)
“All of us really feel this may be the excessive level of our time collectively as a bunch,” Petty stated at one of many exhibits. “It may be arduous to get us off this stage tonight.”
“Taking part in the Fillmore in 1997 for a month was one in all my favourite experiences as a musician in my complete life,” guitarist Mike Campbell stated in an earlier press launch. “The band was on hearth and we modified the set checklist each night time. The room and the gang was religious [and] we bought to play with some superb company. I’ll all the time keep in mind these nights with pleasure and inspiration.”
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