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Buried Treasure Show #151 (repeat), Season 7 / Show 3, airing May 30-June 3, 2013
The Animals See See Rider Retrospective
Charlie Rich Mohair Sam Feel Like Going Home: The Essential Charlie Rich
Jeff Beck A Day In The Life George Martin: In My Life
The Band We Can Talk Music From Big Pink
The Beatles When I Get Home A Hard Day's Night
Emitt Rhodes Love Will Stone You The Emitt Rhodes Recordings (1969-1973)
The Byrds I See You Fifth Dimension
The Byrds Deportee (Plane Wreck At Los Gatos) Ballad of Easy Rider
Clarence "Frogman" Henry Ain't Got No Home The Best of Clarence "Frogman" Henry:
"Steely Dan has 26 sold-out shows here, huh? Looks like we have some work to do, Wayne."
Tom smiled slyly at Wayne Williams (Benmont Tench's long-time tech who also works with Donald Fagen and Walter Becker) as he examined the plaque commemorating the duo's long association with the Beacon.
It's a few minutes before Tom and the band take the stage for the final night of their five-night run at the Upper West Side theatre, and the mood backstage is loose.
The fourth night of the Beacon residency began as all the previous nights have, exploding out of the gates to raucous cheers with "So You Want To Be A Rock & Roll Star."
As Rolling Stone rock critic David Fricke commented in one of his extensive reviews of the first few Beacon shows, The Byrds cover has evolved night in and night out, especially Mike Campbell's guitar solo, which went from bouncy at the beginning of the week to a note-bending mind warp by Saturday. Saturday saw Tom and the guys' first stab at Into The Great Wide Open with a stellar "Two Gunslingers," along with selections
"Hey Tom, why not make this an annual thing?!"
The belted fan suggestion between "Night Watchman" and "Good Enough" elicited a huge cheer among fans in the first few rows, an approving point from Benmont Tench and smiles across the stage at the Beacon Theatre Thursday night, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers' third night of this weeklong residency at one of New York's legendary rooms.
In a way, the heckler couldn't be more right.
Buried Treasure Show #150 (repeat), Season 7 / Show 2, airing May 23-27, 2013
The Searchers Bumble Bee The Very Best of The Searchers
Larry Williams Slow Down Bad Boy
Ann Peebles (I Feel Like) Breaking Up Somebody's Home The Best of Ann Peebles: The Hi Records Years
The Beatles You Really Got A Hold On Me With The Beatles
Lucinda Williams Can't Let Go Car Wheels On A Gravel Road
Traffic You Can All Join In Traffic
Long John Baldry Don't Try To Lay No Boogie Woogie On The King of Rock & Roll It Ain't Easy
Lonnie Mack Wham! Memphis Wham!
The Hollies Pay You Back With Interest 30th
New York, NY
May 21, 2013
Tuesday was the second night of Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers’ five-show residency at New York’s Beacon Theatre, coming hot on the heels of Monday’s instant-classic concert.
While Tuesday night offered up more tour debuts, #1 hits and deep cuts, it was a moment early in the concert that really showed how much fun Tom and the guys are having on this tour.
As the cheers died down after the band ended “When The Time Comes” off You’re Gonna Get It, Benmont Tench turned toward his Hammond organ and glanced out across the stage at his bandmates from
New York, NY
May 20, 2013
Long after Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers took a final bow at the lip of the stage in front of a sold-out Beacon Theatre and the grateful crowd exited after an incredible first night of the band’s 2013 Beacon residency, the old theater on Broadway and 74th Street that’s hosted so many legendary concerts was still buzzing from the night’s performance. The lights may have been turned off, the amps powered down and the guitars put away, but the room was still alive and very much electric.
Heartbreakers loyalists will point to the summer tour debut of eight
Gulf Shores, AL
May 18, 2013
With Kings of Leon warming the stage up as the Friday night headliner and Stevie Wonder slated to close festivities down on the Main Stage Sunday, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers were in primed for a big night Saturday night with a two-hour slot following supporting sets from the Black Crowes, Gov’t Mule and Shoves & Rope.
Tom and the guys arrived to the festival site a few hours before showtime, mingling backstage and taking in the gorgeous beachfront views of the Gulf of Mexico.