Echo - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
- Genre: Rock
- Release Date: 1999-04-02
- Explicitness: notExplicit
- Country: USA
- Track Count: 15
- ℗ 1999 Warner Bros. Records Inc. for the U.S. and WEA International Inc. for the world o
Echo - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers Tracks
Echo - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers User Reviews
One of his best
By Lucy 2
Every song on it is excellent. I can listen to it 5 times in a row and hear something new every time. His lyrics are timeless and the music makes you tap your foot. A must have for any rock and roll collection
I did not know
By Peter, mechanical engineer
Came from Europe, have heard these great songs many times, never knew it was Tom💨. I know now....beautiful, sensitive and truthful.
Underrated Petty effort
This album never got much love but it's a solid effort and "Room at the Top" was always one of my favorite deep tracks from the Petty catalogue
Petty Continues to be Great!
Long time fan of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers/Mudcrutch Band, but this album really stands out in his discography, amazing writing...simple and great...
The great and underrated "Echo"
One of Tom's least known records with hidden gems around every corner. Listen to it from start to finish and relish this band's eloquence and skill. Some of Tom's best writing.
Emotional , iconic songs!
This album has soul, meaning, emotion and feeling. It has the best of all worlds with Tom Petty. Probably my favorite album. Just amazing!!!
By patrick jordan
I read that "Room at the Top" was written as a tribute to Beach Boy Carl Wilson. Beautiful song!
BUY THIS ALBUM
Personally, this is one of my favorite Tom Petty albums. The songwriting comes from a painfully real and emotionally honest place, and the arrangements are exquisite. They songs may not be as instantly catchy as some of his poppier stuff, but-- with haunting tracks like "Echo," defiant ones like "Swingin'" and "Billy the Kid," as well as beautifully contemplative, yet somehow also still driving tracks like "Counting on You" and "Room at the Top," this album has variety, specificity and the palpable depth of Mr. Petty's experience . With each listen, the songs deepen as he pulls you in, soon achieving an effortless sort of intimacy between songwriter and listener - rare on most singer songwriter albums. Mr. Petty should be proud of this gem.
By Dr. Ghass
This track is amazing and stands the test of time.
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