Tom Petty Best Of Collection Announced

The Best of Everything will be the first collection to include Tom Petty’s hits with The Heartbreakers, Mudcrutch and his solo work.

The career-spanning collection of Tom Petty‘s hits will be released on November 16 by Geffen Records/UMe. It will include 38 remastered tracks, along with two previously unreleased tracks – the autobiographical “For Real,” as well as an alternate version of the title track, which includes a never-heard before second verse from the 1985 album, Southern Accents which you can hear now here

The Best of Everything will be released on 2-disc CD and digitally from November 16. It will also be released on both black and clear vinyl on December 7. You can pre-order your copy here. The collection will also come with an essay on Tom Petty written by Academy Award-winning screenwriter, director, author and journalist Cameron Crowe.  

This week marks the one year anniversary of Tom Petty’s passing, and this collection will be a celebration of his impressive back catalog that we can continue listening to and loving. 
 
Tracklist:
Disc 1
1.  Free Fallin’
2.  Mary Jane’s Last Dance
3.  You Wreck Me
4.  I Won’t Back Down
5.  Saving Grace
6.  You Don’t Know How It Feels
7.  Don’t Do Me Like That
8.  Listen To Her Heart
9.  Breakdown
10.  Walls (Circus)
11.  The Waiting
12.  Don’t Come Around Here No More
13.  Southern Accents
14.  Angel Dream (No. 2)
15.  Dreamville
16.  I Should Have Known It
17.  Refugee
18.  American Girl
19.  The Best Of Everything (Alt. Version)
Disc 2
1.  Wildflowers
2.  Learning To Fly
3.  Here Comes My Girl
4.  The Last DJ
5.  I Need To Know
6.  Scare Easy
7.  You Got Lucky
8.  Runnin’ Down A Dream
9.  American Dream Plan B
10.  Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around (feat. Stevie Nicks)
11.  Trailer
12.  Into The Great Wide Open
13.  Room At The Top
14.  Square One
15.  Jammin’ Me
16.  Even The Losers
17.  Hungry No More
18.  I Forgive It All
19.  For Real
TOM PETTY
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