$100,000 in property, including computer hard drives featuring unreleased music, were returned to Tom Petty‘s family. TMZ reported that a thief pillaged Petty’s storage unit in L.A.’s San Fernando Valley and swiped guitars, guns, and hard drives featuring unheard Petty recordings.
According to the report, a suspect has been arrested who allegedly confessed to the burglary. Although the hard drives are back under lock and key — the cops are still trying to locate the stolen instruments and weapons.
Tom Petty said that his main mission when hitting the studio is that he makes honest, original, and authentic music: [“We just wanted to make an album. It sounds like a novel idea, but just where it’s all human beings playing the music, y’know? Where guys actually play a drum and play the guitar and sing with each other and all stand there together and do it. And that’s really what I know best and enjoy the most.”] SOUNDCUE (:19 OC: . . . enjoy the most)
- $100,000 in property, including computer hard drives featuring unreleased music, were returned to Tom Petty‘s family. A thief pillaged Petty’s storage unit in L.A.’s San Fernando Valley and swiped guitars, guns, and hard drives featuring unheard Petty recordings.
- According to the report, a suspect had been arrested, who allegedly confessed to the burglary. Although the hard drives are back under lock and key, the cops are still trying to locate the stolen instruments and weapons.
ASK YOUR LISTENERS
- How is this even possible, wouldn’t you think that a space housing such irrplacebale items would be protected ’round the clock???
- What was Tom Petty storing guns for??? Who keeps their guns in a storage space???
- Do you think this was an inside job???
- What do you think would command more money on the black market — unreleased Tom Petty music — or a guitar owned and played by him???
- Out now is the career-spanning Tom Petty compilation, The Best Of Everything. The 38-track set includes two previously unreleased tracks — “For Real” and an alternate version of the title track, which restores a never-heard second verse to the song that was originally recorded for 1985’s Southern Accents album.
- The Best Of Everything collects tracks from Petty’s work with the Heartbreakers, Mudcrutch, and his solo albums.
The tracklisting to Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers’ The Best Of Everything is:
- Disc One: “Free Fallin,” “Mary Jane’s Last Dance,” “You Wreck Me,” “I Won’t Back Down,” “Saving Grace,” “You Don’t Know How It Feels,” “Don’t Do Me Like That,” “Listen To Her Heart,” “Breakdown,” “Walls (Circus),” “The Waiting,” “Don’t Come Around Here No More,” “Southern Accents,” “Angel Dream (No. 2),” “Dreamville,” “I Should Have Known It,” “Refugee,” “American Girl,” and “The Best Of Everything (Alternate Version).”
- Disc Two: “Wildflowers,” “Learning To Fly,” “Here Comes My Girl,” “The Last DJ,” “I Need To Know,” “Scare Easy,” “You Got Lucky,” “Runnin’ Down A Dream,” “American Dream Plan B,” “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around” (featuring Stevie Nicks), “Trailer,” “Into The Great Wide Open,” “Room At The Top,” “Square One,” “Jammin’ Me,” “Even The Losers,” “Hungry No More,” “I Forgive It All,” and “For Real.”