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1989 album featuring ‘I May not Back Down’, ‘Free Fallin’ & a cover of The Byrds’ ‘Feel A Whole Better’.
Ten years had passed since Petty’s last solid outing (Damn the Torpedoes in 1979), and Full Moon Fever fully resuscitated the artist’s career, which–some would say “arguably”–had been losing steam. With the album’s four major hits and rave reviews from the critics (this stuff don’t at all times go hand-in-hand), Petty will have to have breathed a sigh of relief. He left the Heartbreakers in the back of, hooked up with musician, author, and producer Jeff Lynne, and rocked out with “Runnin’ Down a Dream,” were given mellow and introspective on “Free Fallin'” and “A Face within the Crowd,” and paid tribute (in any case) to the Byrds with a cover of “Feel a Whole Lot Better.” He perfected the sing-along guitar-pop song on “Yer So Bad” and had a wild time on “Zombie Zoo.” Pure Petty perfection! –Lorry Fleming
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