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This collection of personal favorites and important milestones is the first anthology to span Petty’s entire career, from the first album to Mudcrutch 2.  The album contains 38 tracks on 2CD’s including the hits “Free Fallin’, American Girl, “You Don’t Know How It Feels”, You Wreck Me: and many more. The album also includes two unreleased tracks, “The Best of Everything (Alternate Version)” and the previously unreleased and unheard “For Real”.

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Disc: 1

1 Free Fallin''
2 Mary Jane''s Last Dance
3 You Wreck Me
4 I Won''t Back Down
5 Saving Grace
6 You Don''t Know How It Feels
7 Don t Do Me Like That
8 Listen To Her Heart
9 Breakdown
10 Walls (Circus)
11 The Waiting
12 Don''t Come Around Here No More
13 Southern Accents
14 Angel Dream (No. 2)
15 Dreamville
16 I Should Have Known It
17 Refugee
18 American Girl
19 The Best Of Everything (Alternate Version)

Disc: 2

1 Wildflowers
2 Learning To Fly
3 Here Comes My Girl
4 The Last DJ
5 I Need To Know
6 Scare Easy
7 You Got Lucky
8 Runnin'' Down A Dream
9 American Dream Plan B
10 Stop Draggin'' My Heart Around (featuring Stevie Nicks)
11 Trailer
12 Into The Great Wide Open
13 Room At The Top
14 Square One
15 Jammin'' Me
16 Even The Losers
17 Hungry No More
18 I Forgive It All
19 For Real

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DTMR
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The Best Tom Petty Hits Collection Ever
Reviewed in the United States on March 1, 2019
Despite owning practically every Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers album, I just couldn''t resist purchasing this. This is without a doubt the best Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers collection ever released. The main reason for this is that it is the first time that... See more
Despite owning practically every Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers album, I just couldn''t resist purchasing this.

This is without a doubt the best Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers collection ever released. The main reason for this is that it is the first time that Tom Petty''s complete career is highlighted. Most hits collections released before this set stopped before Wildflowers since he switched to Warner Brothers. So not only do you get the classic hits from the 70s and 80s but also the mid 90s onward. As with any hits collection, there are a couple classic tracks like Yer So Bad (Full Moon Fever), The Wild One Forever (Debut), Louisiana Rain (Damn the Torpedoes) that were omitted. I think they could have omitted maybe one or two tracks from Mudcrutch 2 in order to fit them but that is extremely minor complaint.

The other thing that makes this hits collection great is how the tracks were ordered. Many hits collections order songs by chronological release but this one has treated almost like a concert set list which a far superior way to release a hits album especially from such a great act as the Heartbreakers.

This is the perfect gift for the Tom Petty and Heartbreakers fan and a great way for new fans to get an accurate picture Petty''s entire career. The songs sound great and its the perfect album to play in the car or doing work around the house.

If you are new to Tom Petty and loved this album, I highly recommend you pick up Damn the Torpedoes, Full Moon Fever, and Wildflowers as they are essential studio albums. I anticipate that these will probably be re-released in the coming years with bonus tracks.
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Marilyn Jaye Lewis
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A great collection, worth waiting for
Reviewed in the United States on March 7, 2019
Except for the previously unreleased song, I have every song in this collection, and most of them I have multiple times on various CDs, vinyl, bootlegs, DVDs, old videos, streaming, etc. But there is something about the sequencing of the songs in this collection that is... See more
Except for the previously unreleased song, I have every song in this collection, and most of them I have multiple times on various CDs, vinyl, bootlegs, DVDs, old videos, streaming, etc. But there is something about the sequencing of the songs in this collection that is incredible. Each song is really great, but for some reason, each song stands out even more because of where it''s placed in the sequence. Normally, I am a real "button pusher" -- I''ll skip to a song I like and then play it over and over -- a thing I always try not to do when listening to Tom Petty albums bc I knew he always put so much thought into the sequence of the songs. On this new collection, I''ll hear a song and think, "Oh I gotta hear that again," but then it''s followed by another incredible song and I lose all interest in being a button pusher! It is just a really well thought out collection and the new song is, of course, in retrospect a "heartbreaker." I love this CD so much. It is always on the player in the kitchen now and is the first thing I turn on every morning at 5:30am when I go down to the kitchen to start the coffee! :-) It just makes my day.
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Nor'easter
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Remastered? A Very Unexpected Thumbs Down
Reviewed in the United States on March 26, 2019
This is the first negative review I’ve ever given to a revered artist’s remastered work. I guess I’ve grown used to the work of real “remasterers” like Giles Martin and his work with the Beatles catalog. In “Jammin’ Me”, I couldn’t believe that Benmont Tench’s beautiful and... See more
This is the first negative review I’ve ever given to a revered artist’s remastered work. I guess I’ve grown used to the work of real “remasterers” like Giles Martin and his work with the Beatles catalog. In “Jammin’ Me”, I couldn’t believe that Benmont Tench’s beautiful and critical piano work has been pushed into the mix. At that point, I turned the music off. I’ll stick with the original mixes.
The song selection is alright, but at times it seems like a greatest hits package rather than a compilation of “the best of everything” . I was very glad to see songs like “Dreamville” and “Room At The Top” included. I’m rather tired of many of the top 40’s. I’m looking forward to the two CD version of “Wildflowers”.
My main issue with this 2 CD set is the “remastering”. It is why I purchased this set and I’m disappointed. They needed to bring in the very best people in the business for that but they didn’t and that’s very sad to me. Tom’s work deserves that. Maybe in the future.......
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J. Paduano
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NICE COLLECTION BUT REMASTERING IS TERRIBLE
Reviewed in the United States on March 8, 2019
Nice collection of songs, but the sound quality is poor. Remastered? I don''t think so. Compared to the box set Playback, not good at all. Saving Grace, the one song from Highway Companion on this 2 cd set, sounds terrible compared to the sound on Highway Companion. Very... See more
Nice collection of songs, but the sound quality is poor. Remastered? I don''t think so. Compared to the box set Playback, not good at all. Saving Grace, the one song from Highway Companion on this 2 cd set, sounds terrible compared to the sound on Highway Companion. Very disappointed.
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Great Songs {Very Odd Disc 1}
Reviewed in the United States on March 21, 2019
First a word about the songs: Great selection of songs from one of the best rock and roll songwriters, singers and arrangers ever. If he wasn''t underappreciated he was certainly taken for granted. I admire his courage for standing up to big business fighting for principle... See more
First a word about the songs: Great selection of songs from one of the best rock and roll songwriters, singers and arrangers ever. If he wasn''t underappreciated he was certainly taken for granted. I admire his courage for standing up to big business fighting for principle and winning. Mike Campbell is a superb guitarist and has his stamp on each one of these songs. (as does Benmont Tench). Even my dislike of ELO can''t diminish my admiration of Jeff Lynn and his collaboration with Tom co-writing, producing and arranging his solo work. As a fan I can listen to each song as if for the first time and how a great songwriter seamlessly creates meaningful lyrics with music performed by a sensational band. Or I sing along with Tom and band as if I am the only one who knows and loves these songs (much to the displeasure of passengers in my car). One of the great rockers of my generation, Tom it has been written isn''t necessarily a Southern (much less a Floridian) talent as if to say "he can''t be that good if he''s not from California". If you cant hear the poverty, the oppressive humidity and heat in his lyrics and voice you need to play "The Waiting", "Runnin'' Down a Dream" and "What are You Doing to My Life"* and hear what growing up in rural southern USA feels like. {*Not in this collection]
As I type this I am listening to the replacement CD I requested after my pre-ordered CD Disc 1 Title and tracklist were printed in what appears to be Chinese characters. Well the replacement disc has the same information as the first one mailed to me by Amazon. Who knows this may turn out to be a collectors'' item much like The Beatles'' butcher cover of "Yesterday and Today"?
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Flynkansas
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Of course it''s five stars!
Reviewed in the United States on March 1, 2019
It''s Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers! But why is the playlist (on the audio player) displayed in Japanese instead of English?
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Andrew Furst
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Great songs, however...
Reviewed in the United States on September 2, 2019
This 2 CD anthology attempts to collect a "best of" songs from the roughly 40 year career of Tom Petty; drawing from "Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers", "Tom Petty", and "Mudcrutch" albums. Also including a single written by Petty and backed by The Heartbreakers, co-vocals... See more
This 2 CD anthology attempts to collect a "best of" songs from the roughly 40 year career of Tom Petty; drawing from "Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers", "Tom Petty", and "Mudcrutch" albums. Also including a single written by Petty and backed by The Heartbreakers, co-vocals with Stevie Nicks and originally released as a Stevie Nicks song. Does not include any of Petty''s work with The Traveling Wilburys.

Realize that Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers didn''t do "hits and filler" albums, they worked hard on every track, often with no idea which tracks would be released as singles. So in many ways, picking apart the original albums to create this collection does a disservice to the original albums as well as to the listener who might overlook those original albums. But if viewed as a "sampler" of what is on the original albums, this is a decent overview.

Overall I prefer the original albums to this sampler. The songs here aren''t in chronological order, which might have helped the listener navigate through the various style changes over the years. The "Mudcrutch" songs aren''t particularly interesting, and there are 4 of them here. In fact "Trailer" here is the Mudcrutch remake, which is greatly inferior to the TP&HB original (released on the Playback box set).

The sound quality here is quite good, except I feel there was an attempt to try to diminish the volume and energy of the early era songs in order to match the feel of the later, more mellow songs. I''m not sure if that was actually done, but these songs are remixed from the originals, for better or worse. Long term fans might like having these new mixes, but again I feel that the original albums give you the real deal.

As far as "new" material, there''s an alternate version of "The Best of Everything", longer and with somewhat different lyrics than on the original Southern Accents album. It''s decent, not really better or worse than the original version, but a nice novelty for long-time fans. The new song "For Real" isn''t great, but it''s a nice song to summarize TP''s feelings about a great career, so in that sense it''s essential for die-hard fans.

Casual fans might like this anthology/sampler, and if they like any part of it then they should be encouraged to explore the original albums.
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J. Dorsch
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A great collection for TP fans to own
Reviewed in the United States on April 26, 2019
Forty years of excellent songwriting and musical prowess are available on these two CDs. All the big hits of Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, some Mudcrutch songs, and solo work. There''s an alternative version of "The Best of Everything" and a previously unreleased recording,... See more
Forty years of excellent songwriting and musical prowess are available on these two CDs. All the big hits of Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, some Mudcrutch songs, and solo work. There''s an alternative version of "The Best of Everything" and a previously unreleased recording, "For Real." Maybe there will be a collection of unreleased recordings in the future. I do not have any inside information on that prospect! One hopes it will be realized someday. A great artist, gone too soon.
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James B. Spink
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The Best Of Everything – well, almost!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 1, 2019
This career-overview of the work of Tom Petty has been quite a while in preparation and was compiled by Tom’s family and closest band members, it features both personal favourites and most of the big hits. Rather curiously entitled The Best Of Everything – and described as...See more
This career-overview of the work of Tom Petty has been quite a while in preparation and was compiled by Tom’s family and closest band members, it features both personal favourites and most of the big hits. Rather curiously entitled The Best Of Everything – and described as The Definitive Career Spanning Hits Collection 1976-2016 – you will find Tom’s solo work as well as tracks with the Heartbreakers, Stevie Nicks and Mudcrutch; but strangely nothing by either Charlie T Wilbury Jr or Muddy Wilbury. However, the tracks chosen make a decent look back at Tom’s forty year career (except for Traveling Wilburys) and for those who already have every Petty thing, there is an alternate version and a previously unreleased track included to make this release worth having. This collection is available for streaming, as an MP3, a CD and on 4 Vinyl LPs – if you purchase the CD or Vinyl versions direct from Amazon you will also get the MP3 version AutoRipped to your Amazon Music Library. The music has been mastered from the original stereo analogue and digital masters by Chris Bellman, under the supervision of Ryan Ulyate, and is a good-sounding collection of 38 tracks. Perhaps not everyone’s perfect selection of tracks but for around eleven pounds for the double CD version this is a good value compilation that is presented in a gate-fold card sleeve with an integral booklet. This two CD set is ideal for those new to Tom Petty and looking for a collection to remember him by, but it is also worth adding by any fan as it offers an inexpensive and worthwhile conclusion to Tom’s career.
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Mark Barry
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"...American Dream..." - The Best Of Everything by TOM PETTY & THE HEARTBREAKERS (2019 2CD Remaster)
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 20, 2019
You could argue that we need another Tom Petty ''Anthology'' or multiple-disc ''Best Of'' like we need another loss of an artist we adore, another slice of our musical past and joy taken too soon. But sentiment aside, what''s important to remember with this March 2019...See more
You could argue that we need another Tom Petty ''Anthology'' or multiple-disc ''Best Of'' like we need another loss of an artist we adore, another slice of our musical past and joy taken too soon. But sentiment aside, what''s important to remember with this March 2019 Geffen/Universal 2CD set is what’s new - the 2018 Chris Bellman and Ryan Ulyate Masters taken from first generation tapes that include his later Mudcrutch releases and collaboration with Stevie Nicks of Fleetwood Mac. This twofer CD set sounds stunning, looks good and at under eleven squid, is value for money (I got mine on an Amazon Sale Day for seven)... Including tracks from albums that aren''t generally available as remasters, not only is the audio good on "The Best Of Everything" but real thought has gone into the play - clever sequencing that slips Soundtrack songs and lesser-heard exclusive cuts in-between all those album reference points we know so well ("Breakdown", "Free Fallin''" and so on). The line up on each disc makes the listen feel fresh. And for us ''have it all'' types, we also get two rarities - an extended and properly remastered Alternate Version of "The Best Of Everything" ballad from the 1985 "Southern Accents" sessions that is way better than the original and an August 2000 unreleased studio track called "For Real" that is admittedly only good rather than being great - each newbee tail-ending Discs 1 and 2. So, there''s a lot of brilliance on display here, and frankly this fantastic American Artist and his ace band deserve no less than such a presentation (a sweet companion to the "American Treasure" 4-disc set of September 2018). Let''s get to Indiana Girls on those Indiana Nights... UK released Friday, 1 March 2019 - "The Best Of Everything" by TOM PETTY and THE HEARTBREAKERS on Geffen/Universal 00602567934394 (Barcode 602567934394) is a 38-Track 2CD set of Remasters (Two Unreleased) that breaks down as follows: Disc 1 (72:17 minutes): 1. Free Fallin'' (from "Full Moon Fever", 1989) 2. Mary Jane''s Last Dance (from "Greatest Hits", 1993) 3. You Wreck Me (from "Wildflowers", 1994) 4. I Won''t Back Down (from "Full Moon Fever", 1989) 5. Saving Grace (from "Highway Companion", 2006) 6. You Don''t Know How It Feels (from "Wildflowers", 1994) 7. Don''t Do Me Like That (from "Damn The Torpedoes", 1979) 8. Listen To Her Heart (from "You''re Gonna Get It", 1978) 9. Breakdown (from the debut album "Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers", 1976) 10. Walls (Circus) (from the Motion Picture Soundtrack to "She''s The One", 1996, featuring Lindsey Buckingham on Backing Vocals) 11. The Waiting (from "Hard Promises", 1981) 12. Don''t Come Around Here No More (from "Southern Accents", 1985) 13. Southern Accents (from "Southern Accents", 1985) 14. Angel Dream (No. 2) (from the Motion Picture Soundtrack to "She''s The One", 1996) 15. Dreamville (from "The Last DJ", 2002) 16. I Should Have Known It (from "Mojo", 2010) 17. Refugee (from "Damn The Torpedoes", 1979) 18. American Girl (from "Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers", 1976) 19. The Best Of Everything (Alternate Version) - PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED (original version on "Southern Accents", 1985) Tracks 1, 3, 4, 5 and 6 by TOM PETTY - all others by TOM PETTY and THE HEARTBREAKERS Disc 2 (74:08 minutes): 1. Wildflowers (from "Wildflowers", 1994) 2. Learning To Fly (from "Into The Great Wide Open", 1991) 3. Here Comes My Girl (from "Damn The Torpedoes", 1979) 4. The Last DJ (from "The Last DJ", 2002) 5. I Need To Know (from "You''re Gonna Get It", 1978) 6. Scare Easy (from "Mudcrutch", 2008) 7. You Got Lucky (from "Long After Dark", 1982) 8. Runnin'' Down A Dream (from "Full Moon Fever", 1989) 9. American Dream Plan B (from "Hypnotic Eye", 2014) 10. Stop Draggin'' My Heart Around (a Tom Petty and Mike Campbell song from the Stevie Nicks solo album "Bella Donna", 1981) 11. Trailer (from "Mudcrutch 2", 2016) 12. Into The Great Wide Open (from "Into The Great Wide Open", 1991) 13. Room At The Top (from "Echo", 1999) 14. Square One (from "Highway Companion", 2006) 15. Jammin'' Me (from "Let Me Up (I''ve Had Enough)", 1987) 16. Even The Losers (from "Damn The Torpedoes", 1979) 17. Hungry No More (from "Mudcrutch 2", 2016) 18. I Forgive It All (from "Mudcrutch 2", 2016) 19. For Real - PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED (recorded 23 August 2000) Tracks 1, 8 and 14 by TOM PETTY Tracks 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 12, 13, 15, 16, and 19 by TOM PETTY and THE HEARTBREAKERS Tracks 6, 11, 17 and 18 by MUDCRUTCH Track 10 by STEVIE NICKS featuring Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers When looking at the cover on a small shot - I had initially thought the cover photo/artwork was a bit naff actually, but when you open out the three-way gatefold card sleeve, it’s gorgeous to look at inside. They’ve put mini shots of all 18 different album covers across the two CD-holding sleeves (1976 to 2016) - whilst the 20-page attached booklet has three pages worth of single picture sleeves from all over the world (an impressive display). The liner notes are provided by TP’s champion and regular user of his material in his films, Director CAMERON CROWE – giving a potted history of what’s been picked and why. AUDIO – everything has been mastered from original stereo master tapes (and some digital files) by CHRIS BELLMAN working at Bernie Grundman Mastering – mastering supervised by RYAN ULYATE. I’d argue that everything after 1994 and the award-winning audio of "Wildflowers", (especially anything with Rick Rubin producing) has absolutely no need for remasters and their sonic power here is awesome. But the 1976 debut through to 1991’s "Into The Great Wide Open" is another matter. A perfect example is the "Southern Accents" LP issued in April 1985 – never remastered fully as an album except in Japan some years ago on an expensive SHM-CD – my crappy sounding MCA CD is a joke on the title track "The Best Of Everything" – a sort of four-minute non-event on an album that many felt underwhelmed. Here the Previously Unreleased (Alternate Version) that ends Disc 1 is 5:25 minutes long instead of four and the audio is staggeringly good. But more importantly this new version makes you feel like someone somewhere missed a trick with this gorgeous ballad. The brass and keyboards is more out there now and the power of the melody is suddenly screaming at you – a lost masterpiece in my books and I can so see why it was chosen for this set. Other revelations include "Don''t Come Around Here No More" and "Southern Accents" – those once-buried sitars with power in the first and those distant strings now beautiful in the second. The sequencing too – take this trio - "Angel Dream (No. 2)" from 1996 (with Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac on very apparent backing vocals) slots in perfectly before "Dreamville", an overlooked cut from the 2002 album "The Last DJ", and then followed by a groovy rocker "I Should Have Known It" from 2010 – all of it works so damn well. The only slight disappointment to me is "The Waiting" where the guitars still sound like they were recorded in another room down the hall – strangely lacking especially when it comes to that solo – but I suspect that has more to do with the original production. Over on Disc 2 we get Stevie Nicks of Fleetwood Mac, Mudcrutch and that new song. Amazingly 1991’s "Learning To Fly" sits sweetly before a huge remaster of "Here Comes My Girl" from the breakthrough third album - "Damn The Torpedoes" from 1979. The second album Side 2 opener/rocker "I Need To Know" now feels punchy while the Mudcrutch mobile-home song "Trailer" and the acoustic higher-ground of "Square One" are typically deceptive TP songs – tunes that eat their way into heart. It’s fantastic stuff to hear anything from the undervalued "Let Me Up..." album – and here we''re given the name-checking "Jammin'' Me" song where none-other than Bob Dylan gets a co-credit alongside TP and Mike Campbell as they all vent their spleen about people they don''t like (look out Vanessa Redgrave and Joe Piscopo). It sails to a 40-years down-the-line finish with two excellent Mudcrutch melodies from 2016 – his voice in "I Forgive It All" sounding like he was ill - producer and band friend Ryan Ulyate amidst the credits. The new song is good rather than being great - "For Real" - TP doing it his way and keeping it real... Problems – for some reason, when you put Disc 1 into your computer, it offers three import options with the first being all in the Japanese language. If you mistakenly choose that, you''ll end up having to type in the track names yourself! So choose option three – Disc 1 of 2 in English. Song choices - I''d have slotted in the melodic guitar-pinging genius of "Too Good To Be True" from 1991''s "Into The Great Wide Open" before the "Refugee" track to make for a smoother transition from the 00''s to the 70''s (there''s playing time room too) and I''d have featured something better than "You Got Lucky" from the vastly underrated 1982 album "Long After Dark". Also, although its under the WEA banner - I''d have included something from two Traveling Wilburys albums of which TP was an integral part (thereby actually living up to the ''Everything'' in the compilation''s title). But that''s just me... When I think about how ordinary and lazy the 3CD retrospective "Don''t Stop: 50 Years Of" for Fleetwood Mac was - you can''t help but admire the keepers of TP''s flame when it comes to "The Best Of Everything". They’ve not just done him proud, but given us a timely reminder of his four decades. I miss Tom Petty and his great band. Travel into those fields of musical wildflowers our good friend and thanks for all the memories...
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The Best of Everything? Very close...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 1, 2019
Let me start this review by saying this was a much-anticipated item for me. I love Tom, always have, and own most of his albums on CD or vinyl. Only about five new tracks existed on this CD set, that I didn''t have before (Not counting the new alternate ''The Best of...See more
Let me start this review by saying this was a much-anticipated item for me. I love Tom, always have, and own most of his albums on CD or vinyl. Only about five new tracks existed on this CD set, that I didn''t have before (Not counting the new alternate ''The Best of Everything'' and ''For Real''), but I still really wanted it. It looked nice, professional, and the track listing was pretty solid. Now, let it be known this isn''t the only ''Greatest Hits'' of Tom Petty. As I believe, there was a single CD ''Greatest Hits'' years ago, with the song ''Mary Jane''s Last Dance'', as well as a 2CD ''Anthology: Through the Years'', both of which you can buy quite cheap. So why release another one? Especially so soon after last year''s seminal ''An American Treasure''. Money, I suppose. And people will buy it, even if they have everything else, because of the two ''new'' tracks. Simple as that. But, putting aside how Tom himself despised Greatest Hits, let''s see. It mostly hits the mark, this. The 2CD version, at least, is packaged nicely, in a tri-fold digipack, with great pictures of Tom and his albums (both solo and with the Heartbreakers, as well as Mudcrutch) inside, and a nice booklet with an essay and such. if you''re looking for Tom''s greatest hits, I''d say this is a very good selection. Though, it markets itself more as a ''career-spanning hits'' collection as opposed to any old Greatest Hits. There is no chronology to this set, but I don''t think that really matters, in the long term. It features your classic solo stuff, ''Wildflowers'', ''Runnin'' Down A Dream'', ''Free Fallin'''', ''I Won''t Back Down'', etc., as well as some gems from his most recent solo album, ''Highway Companion''. ''Saving Grace'' is a groovy track for all ages. Naturally, we also have the greatest hits of the Heartbreakers, with ''Refugee'', ''The Waiting'', ''Even The Losers'', ''American Girl'', ''Learning To Fly'', etc., as well a few tracks peppered about the track listing that seem curious to me, at best. ''Square One'', for example, from that album, wasn''t even a single! It''s clear, then, that those who put this together - friends and family, I believe, just as with AAT - also snuck in a few tracks to show Tom at his rawest; songs that were important to him. This goes for ''Angel Dream (No. 2) and a few of the Mudcrutch tracks, too. Oh, and how are the two ''new'' tracks? Great. The alternate ''The Best of Everything'' is brilliant, just like the original, with a slightly different sound. And there''s more of it! ''For Real'' is a ground-breakingly powerful track, all the more poignant after Tom''s tragic passing. All in all, it''s a great Greatest Hits. The only reason I give it 4/5 is because of personal decisions on tracks they could have included (Anything else from Long After Dark, and some more from Let Me Up... would be nice) and the decision to create this in the first place. Tom megafan? Casual fan? Buy it.
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Kitsto
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Well worth getting (even if you''ve got it all)
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 1, 2019
I got this even though I have all of TP’s albums (solo, HB, Mudcrutch) and I’m glad I did. It’s a great little package put together by co-captain Mike Campbell and Benmont Tench with TP’s daughters and has an essay by Cameron Crowe. Although there are bound to be missing...See more
I got this even though I have all of TP’s albums (solo, HB, Mudcrutch) and I’m glad I did. It’s a great little package put together by co-captain Mike Campbell and Benmont Tench with TP’s daughters and has an essay by Cameron Crowe. Although there are bound to be missing favourites (no Down South, too little off the first album) and a couple of unwanted tracks (You Got Lucky got lucky with being a hit but is by no means the best song off Long After Dark; and the last two HB albums which provide a track each were peculiarly lacklustre efforts) it’s great to see Room At The Top included (one of his great songs IMHO, however depressed he was when he wrote it), two from The Last DJ and a couple from the OST album She’s The One. So although by no means essential if you have everything else, it’s a nice alternative take on his career and a good album to keep in the car. As someone quoted by Cameron Crowe says: ‘I miss the dude fiercely.’ One other thing (commented on by others): the sound is fantastic - exemplary remastering. I can hear instruments and background vocals I''ve never heard before.
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PAUL KELLY
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great music!!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 7, 2019
Great place to start listening to the great late Tom Petty or one for the complete collector as it is mainly tracks from other releases bar one new track Superb music though .......forever and always
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