℗ 1994 Warner Records Inc.
This is peak Petty in the prime of his amazing career. This is Petty flexing his lyrical storytelling into beautiful and unforgettable songs, that together, comprise one of the greatest rock albums of all time. From beginning to end, there is something for everyone - an absolute masterpiece of songwriting craftsmanship. Sit back, roll another one if it suits your fancy, and take an epic wildflowers journey to a simpler, kinder time. Thank you Tom Petty.
This is my favorite TP album hands down! Don’t get me wrong all of his stuff his great but I put this album on and listen to it all the way through and then listen to it again! I feel privileged to have seen him live just once but hey there’s a lot of people that didn’t get to. Rock and Roll heaven has gained another elite member!
Thank you TP and crew for this...one of my ALL TIME favorite CDs....you know somenthing is great when you can listen to it from beggining to end and enjoy every song. The lyrics, the guitar the vocals...all perfection. Get this and enjoy! RIP Legened
This is the perfect album to slip into the CD player....and just drive. Let it play over and over, the smooth sounds of this work-of-art makes the miles melt away behind you. As my road trip passenger once proclamed, "This is the perfect jingly-jangly type of music to keep you toes tappin' and your fingers snappin'." Classically good stuff.
When Life is a pill you gotta swallow but my pill my was huge. So this song helped me swallow. Good acceptance album. Time to move on is so relaxing and I listen to it after every cross country race. You wreck me reminds me of high school in the movies. Wildflowers makes me feel happy about trees on this bike trail I go on in the fall. It's so beutiful. It also makes me in a good positive mood that something good will happen. Wake up time is amazing. It's good to be king is a true song. Who would wanna be king? A higher place brings the feelings of a couple about to get in the car and go to their new house. It's amazing. You don't know how it feels is sad but a good one for being solo. This album I listened to a lot last year and it rings me back to cross country season with all my friends who I hope to see soon. Just an amazing album.
Easily my favorite album by Tom Petty. Possibly my favorite CD ever. The lyrics are incredible (from "most things I worry about never happen anyway" to "and the days went by, like paper in the wind, everything changed and then changed again"). A Heartbreakers album in everything but name. Truly a classic.
This is the best of a very impressive catalogue of albums and the zenith of Tom Petty's career. Nothing can be better than a legendary artist teaming up with the music industry's greatest producer Rick Rueben. It truly is good to be king.