NOW A 2-DVD SET FEATURING PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED BONUS PERFORMANCES
Warner Brothers. Records will release cinema legend Peter Bogdanovich's film Runnin' Down A Dream: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers as a two-disc DVD, complete with added previously unreleased bonus performances, on October 28. Formerly sold as a four-disc package exclusively at Best Buy, this newly released two-disc package of the film will be available everywhere in the U.S. and Canada.
Premiered to unanimous praise at the 2007 New York Film Festival, Runnin' Down A Dream brings Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers full circle, from their humble Gainesville, Florida beginnings to their emotional hometown 30th Anniversary concert. The film is a vivid account of a band that created a body of work considered one of the richest catalogs in American musical history.
Upon its original release in October 2007 the Houston Chronicle said Runnin' Down A Dream is "destined to be a classic" and the New York Daily News described the film as "a godsend for music lovers." Rolling Stone called the film "rock and roll purity with poetic gravitas."
Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers had the #1 tour of the summer according to Rolling Stone, thrilling sold out audiences in 40 cities. Now fans can own the definitive Peter Bogdanovich film that chronicles their remarkable over thirty year career.
The two-disc set will contain the entire four-hour film plus three bonus performances.
The Bonus Performances:
Too Much Ain't Enough, recorded Live At The Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, December 31, 1978- Santa Monica, CA. Directed by Michael K. Mannes.
The Waiting (featuring Eddie Vedder), recorded Live At Pepsi Center, July 3, 2006- Denver, CO. Directed by Michael Drumm and edited by Martyn Atkins and William Bullen.
Mystic Eyes (Van Morrison), recorded Live At The Greek Theatre, October 27, 2006- Berkeley, CA. Directed by Adria Petty.
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