Pop and Rock album by Tom Petty and Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
Some time in the last few years Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers took a left turn. Maybe it was when Petty woke up in the night with the idea of reuniting his first band, Mudcrutch, to cut the album they never got a chance to make back in the early 70's. … see full wiki
Tom Petty and his Heartbreakers still have the mojo to make good music. My favorite track is "Jefferson Jericho Blues". This song has all members of the band in fine form musically. Scott Thurston sounds good playing the harmonica. Benmont Tench is equally good on the piano. Mike Campbell provides guitar riffs to get me out of my seat and get me going. "Candy" is a funny song about liking and disliking certain things like turnip greens. "No Reason To Cry" is the prettiest song on the disc. Tom sounds so soothing vocally on this track. "I Should Have Known It" is the best pure rock track on this album. Steve Ferrone provides a pulsating drum beat on this song. This song pumps me up. It will be good to listen to when I want to get my frustrations out. "U.S. 41" is a tribute song to all the hard working people out there. U.S. 41 is a highway that runs from Florida to upper Michigan. "High In The Morning" is a song about how quickly a person's mood can change because of alcohol. "Let Yourself Go" and "Taking My Time" are two songs that I personally like. They remind me to relax and slow down when things become too difficult. "Running Man's Bible" is a song about living life on the road. This song sounds groovy. "Something Good Coming" is a hopeful song that inspires me to stay positive in life no matter what happens. I love this new album.