Episode 195: Tom Petty: Listener Emails, Washington Post Editor




October 11, 2017


All music by Tom Petty (and the Heartbreakers).

  • “You Don’t Know How It Feels” Wildflowers (Warner Bros.) 1994
  • “Girl on LSD” You Don’t Know How It Feels – Single (Warner Bros.) 1994
  • “Walls (Circus)” Songs and Music From the Motion Picture “She’s the One” (Warner Bros.) 1996

Except for:

  • The Strokes “Last Nite” Is This It (RCA, Rough Trade) 2001
  • Lisa Said “Somebody Someday” First Time, Long Time (Bandcamp) 2015


Today, Jim and Patrick read through emails sent by listeners about Tom Petty’s music, and his sense of humor! Phil Ingrassia joins the duo on the show as well and David Malitz, deputy features editor at the Washington Post, also chimes in with his thoughts.

FUN FACT: According to biographer Warren Zanes, Tom Petty’s first solo album, Full Moon Fever, was originally turned down by his record label, MCA. It would later go on to be certified 5x platinum by the RIAA on October 5, 2000.

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