Remembering Tom Petty, Unlikely Video Pioneer
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Tom Petty’s four-decades-long run as America’s premier power-pop troubadour had plenty of unexpected phases: There was his late-’70s, working-class-hero years, in which he sparred with his record label, arguing that his music should be priced cheaper; his on-again, off-again stint as the youngest, most starry-eyed Wilbury; and his smash-hit solo-star era, thanks to Full Moon Fever, an album that unfussily fused ’60s guitar-pop sparkle, ’70s bad-boy bonhomie, and late-’80s weariness (and if you listen closely...

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Tuesday, 03 October 2017
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