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The Live Anthology is a live box set by American rock band Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. The box set was released by Reprise Records on November 23, 2009, in a number of formats, with the standard CD and download formats, composed of 48 tracks (on 4 discs). The album's cover artwork and packaging was designed by Shepard Fairey. In an interview with Rolling Stone magazine, Petty stated he compiled live material with Mike Campbell and Ryan Ulyate from three decades of live concerts.

The Wild One, Forever (Album track from Tom Petty and the er 9, 1976) 11. No Second Thoughts (Album track from You’re Gonna Get It!-May 2, 1978) 12. Here Comes My Girl (Alternate version from Damn The Torpedoes sessions-1979) 1. Wide Open (Live at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Arena-November 24, 1991) 5. Two Gunslingers (Live at The Beacon Theatre, New York, NY-May 25, 2013) 6. Lonesome Dave (Previously unreleased track from Wildflowers sessions-July 23, 1993) 7. To Find A Friend (Album track from 1, 1994) 8. Crawling Back To You (Album track from 1, 1994) 9. Wake Up Time (Previously unreleased track from early Wildflowers sessions-August 12, 1992) 10. Grew Up Fast (Album track from Songs and Music from She’s the One -August 6, 1996) 11.

It's a commonly held opinion among fans and band alike that Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers' lone live album, 1986's Pack Up the Plantation, didn't quite capture the group at its peak, so there has been a long-standing need for another live set, which 2009's Live Anthology finally provides. Like its closest cousin, Bruce Springsteen's Live 1975-1985, Live Anthology almost overcompensates for the long wait by offering almost too much music, cherry picking highlights from 1978 to 2007

Angel Dream (No. 2) (Live at The Vic Theatre, Chicago) Lyrics. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. Nightwatchman (Live), 04:32. Even the Losers (Live), 03:41. Here Comes My Girl (Live), 04:52. A Thing About You (Live), 05:05. I'm In Love (Live), 03:55. I Just Want to Make Love to You (Live), 03:55. Drivin' Down to Georgia (Live), 06:24. The Live Anthology ‎ (5xCD, Comp + Blu-ray, Comp + 12", S/Sided + 2xDVD ). Reprise Records. Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers. As other posters have said, irrelevant, the recordings and pressings are outstanding. Many of these live recordings are sonically superior to many studio sessions. Unbelievable how good these lps sound.

Tom Petty obviously reveres his band The Heartbreakers with the feeling being mutual, as the group not only welcomes the leader back from his solo projects with Jeff Lynne and Rick Rubin, but also deigns to skillfully reinterpret the most popular material from those projects. Improvisation takes on many forms in the hands of musicians this skilled, ranging from working with an orchestra on "Dreamville" to conjuring up a raunchy guitar intro to "American Girl," as is the way this whole group tailors the energy they inject into their playing and singing. The Live Anthology is one natural shining moment after another. Track Listing: CD1: Nightwatchman; Even The Losers; Here Comes My Girl; A Thing About You; I'm In Love; I'm A Man; Straight Into Darkness; Breakdown; Something In The Air; I Just Want To Make Love To You; Drivin' Down To Georgia; Lost Without You; Refugee.

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers (album). Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers is the debut album by the band of the same name, released on November 9, 1976 by Shelter Records. The album was recorded and mixed at the Shelter Studio in Hollywood, California. Initially following its release, the album received little attention in the United States

Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers travel wide, paying their musical debts through song and showing just how confidently the band moves across genres and over time. A fantastic collection of live performances by Tom Petty and the . Songs are all from various performances over the years. This song has a few small twists to it making it unique to the studio recording.

It’s taken Tom Petty more than 30 years to finally issue a comprehensive live collection. 1986’s Pack Up the Plantation was a snapshot of the band at that time and place, but The Live Anthology shuffles through the years to present The Heartbreakers in their finest light. Here Comes My Girl never sounded tougher. I Won’t Back Down is given a subtler arrangement with the band’s limited support. Covers such as Willie Dixon’s Diddy Wah Diddy and I Just Want to Make Love to You, Van Morrison’s Mystic Eyes (turned into an audience participation number), Booker T. & The .


Ladies And Gentlemen... 1:16
Night Watchman 4:33
Even The Losers 3:40
Here Comes My Girl 4:52
A Thing About You 5:05
I'm In Love 3:55
I'm A Man 2:46
Straight Into Darkness 4:35
Breakdown 7:55
Something In The Air 3:50
I Just Want To Make Love To You 3:55
Drivin' Down To Georgia 6:25
Lost Without You 6:55
Refugee 6:05
Diddy Wah Diddy 2:55
I Want You Back Again 2:54
Wildflowers 3:12
Friend Of The Devil 5:41
A Woman In Love (It's Not Me) 5:42
It's Good To Be King 12:14
Angel Dream (No. 2) 2:56
Learning To Fly 4:44
Mary Jane's Last Dance 5:54
Mystic Eyes 8:59
Jammin' Me 4:32
The Wild One, Forever 3:35
Green Onions 4:19
Louisiana Rain 5:10
Melinda 8:15
Goldfinger 4:02
Surrender 3:11
Dreamville 3:54
Spike 7:40
Any Way You Want It 2:59
American Girl 5:19
Runnin' Down A Dream 5:11
Oh Well 3:35
Southern Accents 5:00
Crawling Back To You 4:38
My Life/Your World 4:55
I Won't Back Down 3:26
Square One 3:44
Have Love Will Travel 3:57
Free Fallin' 4:46
The Waiting 4:14
Good, Good Lovin' 2:50
Century City 4:22
Alright For Now 2:49


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
512765-2 Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers The Live Anthology ‎(4xCD, Comp) Reprise Records 512765-2 US 2009
0060257249773 Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers The Live Anthology ‎(4xCD, Comp + Box) Universal 0060257249773 Europe 2009
517462-2 Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers* The Live Anthology ‎(5xCD, Comp + Blu-ray, Comp + 12", S/Sided + 2xDVD ) Reprise Records 517462-2 US 2009
726481 Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers* The Live Anthology ‎(5xCD, Comp + Blu-ray, Comp + 12", S/Sided + 2xDVD ) Reprise Records 726481 Europe 2009
518920-1, 518920-2 Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers* The Live Anthology ‎(7xLP + Box) Reprise Records, Reprise Records 518920-1, 518920-2 US 2009
0602527249872 Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers* The Live Anthology ‎(7xLP, Comp + Box) Universal 0602527249872 Europe 2010
518920-1, 518920-2 Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers* The Live Anthology ‎(7xLP, RP, 140 + Box, RP) Reprise Records, Reprise Records 518920-1, 518920-2 US 2018

Comments: (44)
I weighed a couple of these on our digital kitchen scale, they both came in at 150+. Definitely not 180g as I have plenty of that weight to test against, but mine were more than the listed 140g. As other posters have said, irrelevant, the recordings and pressings are outstanding. Many of these live recordings are sonically superior to many studio sessions. Unbelievable how good these lps sound.
I see the Pallas numbers. But I also see RTI pattern of numbers.What's up with that??Anytime you have some numbers, and a number in parentheses that's RTI signature, ex: 123456..(7)
Legend 33
I bought one and the sticker does not mention "180g" vinyl. Does it mean that it is the original 2009 press?
No it would be the new 2018 Repress @ 140g, As you know 180 is simply a Gimmick and has very little to do with actual quality and nothing to do with sound. Apart from being 140 everything else is identical in the sets.
Everyone remember that this is 180 gram vinyl, the new reissues showing up are 140 gram.
Lol, why do people care about 180g or not.It's just marketing.Where's the talk about good RTI pressings and uncompressed mastering at Grundman's by Chris Bellman. Few other things matter.
Agreed.As long as it sounds good why does anything else matter.
I just bought a copy of this and it has two stickers over top of each other. Top sticker doesn't say anything about being 180 gram. However the sticker that is covered seems to be the regular sticker that came with this box set. Anyone else have a copy like this?
That's how mine came as well. I assume new stickers were added to correct erroneous information. Great set regardless! I'm glad to own it.
so it looks like this repress may now be sold out...
Try musicdirect.com ... looks like they still have some in stock.
Got this statement from Soundstage:Hi H,Thanks for reaching out! This was originally represented to us by our distributor as a “Warehouse Find” and we were told that this was not a repressing. However, we have just found out that this is indeed a repress, and have adjusted the product description on the site to reflect that. I apologize for any inconvenience. Unfortunately, we are unable to discount this title. I'd be more than happy to cancel the order and issue a full refund if you prefer. Please let us know how you would like to proceed. Have a wonderful day!Sincerely,MCustomer Service ManagerSoundStageDirect
If they don't say how they found out, their answer is unqualified. I wrote Reprise via Warner and asked. I suggest everyone else do the same.
These are now officially being called a 2018 repress on 140g vinyl.https://www.musicdirect.com/vinyl/tom-petty-the-live-anthology-limited-edition-7lp-box-sethttps://www.soundstagedirect.com/tom-petty-and-the-heartbreakers-live-anthology-180-gram-vinyl-lp-7-lps.shtml
Thanks K... Still a great pressing. I just gave it a full listen and it is spectacular. Sounds better than the 24 bit flac files, although those are great too.
Is this "official" enough coming from Warner Music Group:According to an Instagram posting from Billy Fields at WEA, this set has been repressed. See https://www.instagram.com/p/BkxaK5DDdsJ/?utm_source=ig_share_sheet&igshid=1v77qfwk9kn2f
Retailers are not "official" sources for information on releases. Does anyone know what Reprise Records themselves are saying about this?
That stupid sticker. Thank you, I did not know.
the note is not actually correct - there's 2 differences 1) the sticker on this supposed repress is 2" x 3", the "original" is 2.5" x 3.5", but these ("reissue") are not 140gm, unless the original are not 180gm - the difference in weight is 174gm = 25gm per LP, so maybe 155gm? However looking at the original there appears to be a thicker inner sleeve on the original LPs, inside the leaves of the book which may account for the difference, meaning these are still 180gm, unless whoever wrote the note has weighed both?
My box set has the smalller 2" x 3" hype sticker but the album labels have the year 2009 in the small pressing info print. I'm confused
I recently sold the an original with the sticker intact. I’ve checked the photographs and they are indeed larger than the “re-issue” which I have since received 2 copies. The buyer of my original issued a PayPal dispute and is returning my original as he says it is a fake....let’s see what is returned as now we’ve established that there was a repress I’m more than happy to refund £400 for a sealed original in mint condition!
Record weights have been discussed ad nauseam here in this discussion:http://forums.stevehoffman.tv/threads/tom-petty-live-anthology-reissue.758825/page-28
I have both the original and the reissue and can confirm that the sticker on the original is bigger than the reissue. I also weighed both sets and the scale shoved 2.6kg each and 5.2kg together. I have not weighed each vinyl separately due to not good enough scale, but total weight each set is quite the same. Can someone please confirm weight of each vinyl on a fine tuned scale please?
Does anyone have an original copy they can weigh to see if the weight is different?
felt boot
I have an original copy with the sticker still intact
Do have an "original" sticker you can show us? If not, where did you find that info?
This is a beautiful boxset. Got one of the "new" ones delivered today - at first glance looks identical to my "original" one. If this is just deadstock clearing grab it, as it's going to go back up when the surplus clears.
This is not deadstock. The records in the set weigh just over 140g. The original set all records were 180g. This is a reissue.
The Apotheoses of Lacspor
It's definitely deadstock from 2009. Get them while you can, because this is the last chance. Must have been unsold/unshipped, likely due to the pre-boom vinyl market and US economic recession.
I have just received my Anthology and it weighs in exactly the same as my original from 2010, at 2,6kg. That Warner representative is way off....There also has been no statement from The Heartbreakers or other officials about this reissue, it would have been a big happening in the marketing if there was a repress of this set.They are quite identical, except that the sticker on the first issue is a bit bigger than the new issue. Hard to say if it`s a warehouse find or a repress....
Billy Fields, who is the vinyl guy for Warner has confirmed that it is a re-press: https://www.instagram.com/p/BkxaK5DDdsJ/
A Warner Brother representative has confirmed that it is a re-pressed set, and not a warehouse find. The difference is in the weight of the records - the originals were pressed on 180g vinyl; the re-press is on 140g vinyl. Other than the weight of the records, all other aspects of the re-press, from the mastering right down to the packaging, are identical to the original box set - including the hype sticker, which incorrectly states that the records are pressed on 180g vinyl! Hence, the reason alot of distributors assumed that this was a warehouse find.
Interesting. I ordered 2. LOL! Complete shock to me that these showed up again at an affordable price. I was stupid and did not get the vinyl set when they were first released, thinking that I would be able to get this at a later date at roughly the same price. Of course, I'm very lucky that I was able to get these at a reasonable price almost 10 years later.
Anybody notice that this 7 LP set that routinely sold for anywhere from $800-$1200 here on Discogs is now showing up for sale around $500-$250???!! Am I missing something!?! Did this get reissued or did this somehow become less valuable almost overnight!?!
Prince Persie
They may be pressing more but my recently unopened copy is deadstock, I'm certain. It has smaller sticker but the albums have 2009 in the small print.
They should put up a new version for this reissue/warehouse find. From what I can see and measure they are identical and both are 180g, the only difference I noticed is that the sticker is bigger on the first issue. It also seems like they put out the "new version" on this first version and that is misleading and wrong, the versions should be separated.
It's a repress - confirmed here by a Warner Music Group representative: https://www.instagram.com/p/BkxaK5DDdsJ/
Wow. Yeah, who cares is right. I grabbed one on Discogs for under $250. I thought for sure that this would be the only TP album that I would never have a chance at acquiring. There’s just no way in hell I would drop $1000 or even $800 for any record no matter how rare. As soon as I saw these start showing up for $500 and $350, I kept a close eye on, and the first one I saw pop up for under $300 I immediately purchased.
There are a lot of questions about this set right now. About 1,000 of these just became available and some places are saying that they were a "warehouse find" and others are saying it was repressed. I just picked one up from my local record store for $150 and all of the dead wax codes match the originals. His label rep told him there were a warehouse find, but who knows, and really who cares I was just happy to get one for less than $200.
The content is amazing. Sound quality is flawless. The box itself is... I received mine at the time of release with two split corners. I don't think I was the only one that experienced that.
Absolutely and i never noticed it until I went to sell mine, had it listed as NM/NM and then went to package it and was like "WTF" as I had never kept it anywhere other than one spot on the shelf, so clearly damaged in transport. Looking at the design it should have have the lid come down all around the outer edge of the box, or just not have had a 0.24" overhang over the edge of the box. THe corners aren't supported at all, so it should have shipped in a specially designed box like The Beatles In Mono did. Shame, I expect the vast majority of these have messed up corners that weren't picked up directly in store at a BB location.
What a killer box set. Absolutely love this! It's definitely worth the price tag for the music alone, but all the goodies thrown in are just icing on the cake.
The barcode of my copy is 6 02527 24977 3. Should it be considered to be a different edition?
I often find myself wondering just exactly what makes an artist timeless, and what goes into allowing the music of that artist to touch my soul? In the case of Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers it has nothing to do with being larger than life ... matter of fact I can’t think of too many artists who are as down to earth as Tom Petty, they certainly don’t try to hypnotize us with Dlyanesque rock verbiage, or even by attempting to elevate the human spirit in the style of Van Morrison. What they have managed to do is learn to tap into the audience, and create shows in which ANYTHING goes, shows that change from night to night, shows that change with the weather and the quality of blue smoke that’s rising from the audience. Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers have always been able to play off their fans, and it’s that connection that’s going to knock you out on this outing.I’ve seen Tom more times then I can count, I was at all twenty dates he played at The Fillmore, where I danced my butt off as they scrolled through unexpected versions of “Friend of The Devil” by The Grateful Dead, a killer version of Van Morrison's "Mystic Eyes," or the classic Thunderclap Newman song, “Something In The Air” ... and I could go on and on listing one great song after another, because these are the best of the best live recordings from Tom Petty’s long and rocking career. Though the essential reason for owning this brilliant package is that Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers are a live band first and foremost, and may well be the last of the original rock bands, bands who’s record labels gave them time to develop and grow, companies who were in it for the long haul ... because the band was.At its simplest, The Live Anthology is a four CD set featuring forty-eight live tracks that span the Florida rocker's career from 1978 through 2007. That version is a bargain, listing for $24.98 and available for less than $20 at Amazon.com and elsewhere. Where things get fun though, is in the expanded versions that tap into the heightened aural quality of the Blu-ray disc format and the possibilities of the Web. A box set being offered as a retail exclusive at Best Buy and on Petty’s official fan club site ... listing for $149.98 but discounted to just under $100 ... fleshes out the basic box with a fourteen track fifth CD and one audio-only Blu-ray disc. The Blu-ray disc is said to be the first of its kind using only the audio capability of the high-end audio-visual system and includes all sixty-two tracks in high-resolution stereo and 5.1 surround sound. The bigger box also has two DVDs, one with a never-released documentary on the group's 1995 "Wildflowers" tour by director Martyn Atkins, the other containing audio and video from the band's 1978 New Year's Eve show at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium. There's also an LP of an "Official Live 'Leg" bootleg album.The music presented here is not just from countless venues around the United States, but from around the world. I’m sure I could come up with some other items that should have been included in this fantastic package, but that would only raise the price for you ... and me [?], I’m never really satisfied, though this release comes damn close. Review by Jenell Kesler
Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - The Live Anthology mp3 flac
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Performer: Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers
Title: The Live Anthology
Category: Rock
Country: US
Released: 2009
Rating: 4.2/5
Votes: 559