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Mudcrutch

Formed in Gainesville, FL, in 1970, Mudcrutch were essentially a precursor to Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, with a then 17-year-old Tom Petty on bass, Mike Campbell and Tom Leadon (the brother of ex-Eagle Bernie Leadon) on guitars, Benmont Tench on keyboards, and Randall Marsh on drums. Popular on the Florida bar circuit, Mudcrutch relocated to L.A. in 1974 and was offered a recording contract from Leon Russell and Denny Cordell's Shelter Records, but the band splintered before any significant recording was completed, although Petty remained under contract to Shelter as a solo artist. In time, the band drifted back together, this time with Petty and Campbell on guitars, Tench on keyboards, and a rhythm section of Ron Blair on bass and Stan Lynch on drums. Calling themselves Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, they assumed Petty's solo contract with Shelter Records and released the self-titled Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers LP on the label in 1976. The rest, as they say, is history. In the summer of 2007, Petty, Campbell, Tench, Leadon, and Marsh reunited as Mudcrutch and recorded an album, the self-titled Mudcrutch, which was released a year later in 2008 on Reprise Records. The band followed the album with a limited tour. The EP Mudcrutch Extended Play Live was also released in 2008, featuring four songs done in concert performance. ~ Steve Leggett, Rovi
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cprather4
I always liked the note "JohnnyCassa i d to him, he said Tom you are a good man to ride
dennis_smith 6 5
Can't wait for Chicago 8.23.14! We scored some great seats! LOVE Petty!
laskiblue
I love Tom Petty and I sure do love the sound of Mudcrutch.
yeahhhh...th e s e guys fuse it all, bayou rock (of course) with arresting lyrics from McGuinn and Tom Petty's uncanny songcraft - why is not the whole world playing this song?
hoyie.hague
I remember seeing Mudcrutch in Gville. Great Group
ALL GREAT ! How you not gonna love "Lover of the Bayou" Good ear nnelson...Wr o n g Thing to Do is too much fun - an I don't...care
Any Tom Petty fan will find atleast a few good gems on this album. Scare Easy & The Wrong Thing To Do are both good as w/those mentioend by Nic
I really like the Mudcrutch album....som e really good songs on there...Crys t a l River, Shady Grove, Topanga Cowgirl...lo v e it.
Tom Petty is my favorite artist in the world. Have loved him since the 70's. What's my favorite Tom Petty Song? Which ever one I am currently listening to! Never heard him do a song I didn't like.

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