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Let Me Up (i've Had Enough)
Artist: Petty, Tom & The Hea
UPC: 00602547658562
Studio: Universal Music Group
Genre: Popular Music
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Released: June 2017
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Additional Information
Weight: 0.65 lbs
Track Listing
1 Jammin' Me
2 How Many More Days
3 Let Me Up (I've Had Enough)
4 Runaway Trains
5 Damage You've Done, The
6 It'll All Work Out
7 My Life/Your World
8 Think About Me
9 All Mixed Up
10 Self-Made Man, A
11 Ain't Love Strange
Release Date : 06/02/2017
General Description : Performer
Muze Genre-sub class : Oldies
Number of Discs : 1
Running Time : minute 0 second
Performance Recorded : Studio
Review Expert : Stereo Review - Recommended
Misc Note : Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers: Tom Petty (vocals, guitar); Mike Campbell (guitar); Benmont Tench (keyboards); Howie Epstein (bass); Stan Lynch (drums). Recorded at Sound City & M.C Studios, Los Angeles, California. LET ME UP was seen as Petty's attempt to step away from the elaborate neo-psychedelic artifice of the ambitious SOUTHERN ACCENTS and get to back to straight-ahead rock & roll, but in fact, it's probably just the record he happened to feel like making at the time. That said, rock & roll doesn't get more straight-ahead than the power-riffing non sequitirs of the visceral "Jammin' Me," co-written with Petty's fellow Wilbury Bob Dylan. There's a distinct folk-rock flavor to the ballad "It'll All Work Out," a mandolin-laced ode to a typical Petty girl (faded jeans, leather jacket, etc.) On "Runaway Trains" and "My Life/Your World" things take a decidedly '80s-sounding turn. Mike Campbell's guitar on the former is redolent of his "Boys of Summer" collaboration with Don Henley, and the latter is powered by percolating synths.