Tom petty & The Heartbreakers
Wells Fargo Center
Hypnotic Eye Tour
Recorded on iPhone 5 by nivekissor using NCH Record Pad at 44100Hz 16bits and the wav mono file was transferred using NCH WavePad Sound Editor which also was used to mirror a stereo capture, reduce the sound a tad, and do the splits. It was then flac encoded using TLH after aligning SBEs.
- So You Want To Be A Rock ‘N’ Roll Star
- Mary Jane’s Last Dance
- Tom Talks
- American Dream Plan B
- Tom Talks
- Into The Great Wide Open
- Forgotten Man
- I Won’t Back Down
- Free Fallin’
- Tom Talks ñ Heartbreakers Introductions
- A Woman in Love (It’s Not Me)
- U Get Me High
- Tom introduces Steve Winwood
- Can’t Find My Way Home (feat. Steve Winwood)
- Gimme Some Lovin’ (feat. Steve Winwood)
- Yer So Bad
- Learning to Fly
- Shadow People
- I Should Have Known It
- Runnin’ Down A Dream
- Don’t Come Around Here No More
- You Wreck Me
- American Girl
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Touring with Steve Winwood, this was the show that finally brought Steve on stage with Tom and the Heartbreakers instead of just opening for them. It was just amazing.
One of our all time heroes, Tom said. Mr. Steve Winwood!
The Philadelphia Inquirer wrote: ìTake as long as you want with it, really. We’ll just hang back. Whenever youíre ready to sing, just step up to the mike.î Tom nodded at Steve Winwood as Mike Campbell and Benmont Tench started the melody to ìCanít Find My Way Home,î the Blind Faith classic penned by Winwood. Talk of onstage collaboration has been percolating all tour, but the rubber finally hit the road in the City of Brotherly Love. Rehearsals went well, and just after ‘U Get Me High’, Tom brought out their legendary tour-mate.
I held on to this show as I figured a recording would come from one of the other Philly faithful tapers using something better than an iPhone, but with Tom’s passing I dusted it off and listed to it today. IMHO it’s not a bad capture and I enjoyed it warts and all (clipping here and there and some loud claps). There is also a guy that sounds like a hound dog between songs sounds. It’s more amusing than annoying and it is only between songs.
Tom ends the show with ‘God bless ya! Good night!’ Well, God bless you Mr. Petty. Thanks for all the music that was the soundtrack to my life. I hope you enjoy this. -Kevin