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- 1Jefferson Jericho Blues03:23
- 2First Flash Of Freedom06:53
- 3Running Man's Bible06:01
- 4The Trip To Pirate's Cove04:59
- 6No Reason To Cry03:04
- 7I Should Have Known It03:36
- 8U.S. 4103:00
- 9Takin' My Time04:21
- 10Let Yourself Go03:23
- 11Don't Pull Me Over04:04
- 12Lover's Touch04:23
- 13High In The Morning03:36
- 14Something Good Coming04:11
- 15Good Enough05:51
- 16Little Girl Blues03:08
Info for Mojo
Mojo' is the twelfth album from American heartland rock group Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. It is the band's first album together in eight years, since 2002's 'The Last DJ'. 'Mojo' was recorded largely without the use of studio overdubs, with most of the songs being recorded live. The album has a bluesy sound, with a roaming, jam-based feel to several of the tracks.
„Tom Petty has been fronting the Heartbreakers off and on (mostly on) for over 30 years now, and he and his band have been delivering a high level of no-frills, classy, and reconstituted American garage rock through all of it. Petty often gets lumped in with artists like Bruce Springsteen, whose careful and worked over lyrics carry a kind of instant nostalgia, but Petty's songwriting at its best cleverly bounces off of romance clichés, often with a desperate, lustful drawl and sneer, and he's usually more concerned with the here and now than he is about musing about what's been abused and lost in contemporary America.
Petty has always been more immediate than that -- until now, that is. Mojo is Petty's umpteenth album, and technically, the first he's done with the Heartbreakers since 2002's sly The Last DJ. This time out, he's tackling the blues, trying to graft the Heartbreakers' (Mike Campbell on guitar, Scott Thurston on guitar and harmonica, Benmont Tench on keyboards, Ron Blair on bass, and Steve Ferrone on drums) patented '60s garage sound to the Chicago blues sound of Chess Records in the '50s.
Sonically it certainly works, mostly because this is a wonderful band, but it seems a little tired, worn, and exhausted in spots, and there's a regretful and meditative tone to so many tracks here, which is not what one expects from a band as vital as this one. But the playing is solid, especially Campbell's clear and precise slide guitar leads, and if things don't always gel to the level of either the classic old Chess sides or this band's own impressive legacy, the good news is that the group will tour it, and this is as good a rock band as there is in the land.“ (Steve Leggett)
Tom Petty, vocals, guitar
Scott Thurston, guitar, harmonica
Mike Campbell, guitar
Benmont Tench, piano, organ
Steve Ferrone, drums, percussion
Recorded at The Clubhouse, Los Angeles April 2009 to January 2010
Produced by Ryan Ulyate, Mike Campbell, Tom Petty
Engineered by Ryan Ulyate, Greg Looper
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall Of Fame inductees TOM PETTY AND THE HEARTBREAKERS released their debut album in 1976. They have since sold more than 60 million records. Between the Heartbreakers' recordings and his solo work, Tom Petty has won two GRAMMY awards and been honored with lifetime achievement awards including induction the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame, Billboard's Century Award, and MTV's Video Vanguard Award. Tom Petty, with the Heartbreakers at his side, has become a rock and roll icon lauded by fellow musicians and music lovers worldwide. Tom Petty's Sirius/XM radio show, Tom Petty's Buried Treasure, is one of the most beloved and popular shows on satellite radio. It features Tom Petty spinning favorite tunes from his extensive private music collection.
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