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  • July 23, 2010
    Bonus (Video) From Classic Albums DVD
    Check out this clip from the forthcoming Damn The Torpedoes Classic Albums release where Mike, Benmont, Tom and album engineer Shelly Yakus discuss the production of the track "What Are You Doin' In My Life." It really shows what the Classic Albums series is all about!

    Classic Albums is Eagle Rock Entertainment's critically acclaimed series which recounts the back stories of music's most enduring and beloved albums. The series peels away the layers, via comprehensive interviews, studio recreations, and vintage footage, to reveal the stories behind the music.

    The Damn The Torpedoes edition of Classic Albums features comprehensive interviews with Tom Petty, Mike Campbell, Benmont Tench, Ron Blair, producer Jimmy Iovine, engineer Shelley Yakus, and others close to the band about the process of writing and recording the classic songs which comprise Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers- smash 1979 album.

    Among the songs examined closely in the 56-minute documentary are "Don't Do Me Like That," "Refugee," "Here Comes My Girl," and "Even The Losers." The DVD and Blu-ray also features an additional 42 minutes of bonus features including in-depth multi-track tape analysis, and new and archival performances.



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webcrew's picture
on Fri, 2010-07-23 08:45
Check out this clip from the forthcoming Damn The Torpedoes Classic Albums release where Mike, Benmont, Tom and album engineer Shelly Yakus discuss the production of the track "What Are You Doin' In My Life." It really shows what the Classic Albums series is all about!

Classic Albums is Eagle Rock Entertainment's critically acclaimed series which recounts the back stories of music's most enduring and beloved albums. The series peels away the layers, via comprehensive interviews, studio recreations, and vintage footage, to reveal the stories behind the music.

The Damn The Torpedoes edition of Classic Albums features comprehensive interviews with Tom Petty, Mike Campbell, Benmont Tench, Ron Blair, producer Jimmy Iovine, engineer Shelley Yakus, and others close to the band about the process of writing and recording the classic songs which comprise Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers- smash 1979 album.

Among the songs examined closely in the 56-minute documentary are "Don't Do Me Like That," "Refugee," "Here Comes My Girl," and "Even The Losers." The DVD and Blu-ray also features an additional 42 minutes of bonus features including in-depth multi-track tape analysis, and new and archival performances.



Get it as DVD.
Get it as Blu-ray.
Get DVD/Tour tee together.
Get Blu-ray/Tour tee together.


Comments

jenr1's picture

Thank you so very much for posting this! It has always been a dream of mine to work in a recording studio and this was just so cool to watch and see how things are stripped down, taken apart and put back together. AND, even cooler, this is being done by two guys who just REALLY love what they do and they happened to record it. If they did it on purpose for us, then THANK YOU SO MUCH! I can't wait to buy this and view it and listen to the music. You guys are the best and thanks for coming to Detroit! You rocked The Palace and I had SUCH a great time. I'll leave a comment regarding that on the proper page. Thanks again for putting this out there for us and lifting our spirits!
pettywoman's picture

I am feeling better about having to repurchase my Tom Petty library of albums (changes in media have left some worn out or even unplayable, so the extras are a real plus. Thanks.
campfan's picture

Interesting but cool at the same time....Guys/musicians......when they don't have much to do......lol.......
bigjimfreeman1395's picture

comes out just before i see you guys in nashville. my wife just lost her job but we are still coming to see you. i think it is just waht she needs.
rockitall's picture

Very interesting! Great picture of Tom up above! Wish I could have it !!!