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Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers -The Last DJ (Vinyl 2LP)

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers -The Last DJ (Vinyl 2LP)
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Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers -The Last DJ (Vinyl 2LP)

 

Cut from the Original Analog Tapes by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Studios

The Last DJ served as Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' first album in more than three years and followed their 2002 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The album was co-produced with George Drakoulias and finds mainstays Tom Petty (guitars, bass, piano, ukulele, vocals), Mike Campbell (guitars, bass) and Benmont Tench (keyboards) flanked by longtime associates Scott Thurston (guitar, lap steel guitar, ukulele) and Steve Ferrone (drums).

Playing bass on two tracks is Ron Blair, the Heartbreakers' original bass player who left the band after the Hard Promises album. The Last DJ also features special guests Lindsey Buckingham, who lends background vocals on "The Man Who Loves Women," and Jon Brion, who conducts the orchestra as well as arranges orchestrations with Petty on "Money Becomes King," "Dreamville" and "Like A Diamond."

The Last DJ finds Petty at odds with the music business and modern pop culture in general - doing what he does best, leaning on his hard earned integrity and fighting for what he believes in. "I saw it as a little audio movie," Petty told the Los Angeles Times. "There are a few characters and, I guess, a loose concept. But I didn't want it to be too defined, too nailed down to where it's all a narrative. I wrote a love song or two. I felt that these people had to have some hope in their lives. By the end of the thing it's an optimistic view."

  1. The Last DJ
  2. Money Becomes King
  3. Dreamville
  4. Joe
  5. When A Kid Goes Bad
  6. Like A Diamond
  7. Lost Children
  8. Blue Sunday
  9. You and Me
  10. The Man Who Loves Women
  11. Have Love Will Travel
  12. Can't Stop The Sun

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