TOM PETTY AND THE HEARTBREAKERS - Southern Accents (MCA 5486) USA 1985 LP (Rock'n'Roll)
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Originally conceived as a concept album, the theme of Southern Accents became somewhat murky with the inclusion of three songs co-written by Stewart, and several others originally planned for the album left off. Songs cut from the track list include "Trailer", "Crackin' Up" (a Nick Lowe cover), "Big Boss Man" (a Jimmy Reed cover), "The Image of Me" (a Conway Twitty cover), "Walkin' from the Fire", and "The Apartment Song". The first two were released as B-sides, while the two remaining covers (and a demo version of "The Apartment Song") were later released on the Playback box set. A studio version of "The Apartment Song" appeared on Petty's first solo album, Full Moon Fever, released in 1989. "Trailer" was later re-recorded and released in May 2016 by Petty's other band Mudcrutch, on its second studio album, 2. "Walkin' from the Fire" was eventually released on the posthumous box set An American Treasure in 2018. The song "My Life/Your World" from Let Me Up (I've Had Enough) included several of the song's lyrics rewritten.

A2It Ain't Nothin' To Me
A3Don't Come Around Here No More
A4Southern Accents
B1Make It Better
B3Dogs On The Run
B4Mary's New Car
B5The Best Of Everything

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TOM PETTY AND THE HEARTBREAKERS Southern Accents (MCA 5486) USA 1985 LP (Rock'n'Roll)

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