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Wildflowers

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Tom Petty 10/11/1994

Review

Under the guidance of producer Rick Rubin, Tom Petty turns in a stripped-down, subtle record with Wildflowers. Coming after two albums of Jeff Lynne-directed bombast, the very sound of the record is refreshing; Petty sounds relaxed and confident. Most of the songs are small gems, but a few are a little too laid-back, almost reaching the point of carelessness. Nevertheless, the finest songs here ("Wildflowers," "You Don't Know How It Feels," "It's Good to Be King," and several others) match the quality of his best material, making Wildflowers one of Petty's most distinctive and best albums. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Wildflowers Tom Petty 3:10
  3. 2 You Don't Know How It Feels Tom Petty 4:47
  4. 3 Time to Move On Tom Petty 3:15
  5. 4 You Wreck Me Tom Petty 3:21
  6. 5 It's Good to Be King Tom Petty 5:9
  7. 6 Only a Broken Heart Tom Petty 4:29
  8. 7 Honey Bee Tom Petty 4:57
  9. 8 Don't Fade on Me Tom Petty 3:30
  10. 9 Hard on Me Tom Petty 3:47
  11. 10 Cabin Down Below Tom Petty 2:50
  12. 11 To Find a Friend Tom Petty 3:22
  13. 12 A Higher Place Tom Petty 3:55
  14. 13 House in the Woods Tom Petty 5:31
  15. 14 Crawling Back to You Tom Petty 5:2
  16. 15 Wake up Time Tom Petty 5:18

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