Wildflowers - Tom Petty Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock / Artist: Tom Petty / Audio CD released 1994-10-31 at Warner / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Wildflowers 2 You Don't Know How It Feels 3 Time To Move On 4 You Wreck Me 5 It's Good To Be King 6 Only A Broken Heart 7 Honey Bee 8 Don't Fade On Me 9 Hard ... more
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by FlickeringEmber - written on 25/10/08 (Very useful, 49 readings)
I am starting to get into T Tom Petty s music, as a fan of the Travelling Wilburys and enjoying his performance at the Concert For George. This is my first foray into his solo music and I am very impressed. Its opening track Saving Grace is upbeat, punchy and a great way to start the album. The lyrics are catchy but are also well thought out and intelligent, and it is easy to see why this was a single. Square One is a really beautiful song which is rather introspective and which moved me. Flirting With Time returns to the upbeat song although it masks a sad theme in its lyrics. It sounds very familiar without being generic. Down South has really interesting ...
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