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Mojo (Bonus Track Version)


Download links and information about Mojo (Bonus Track Version) by Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:07:57 minutes.

Artist: Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers
Release date: 2010
Genre: Rock
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:07:57
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No. Title Length
1. Jefferson Jericho Blues 3:23
2. First Flash of Freedom 6:52
3. Running Man's Bible 6:01
4. The Trip to Pirate's Cove 4:59
5. Candy 4:11
6. No Reason to Cry 3:04
7. I Should Have Known It 3:35
8. U.S. 41 3:00
9. Takin' My Time 4:21
10. Let Yourself Go 3:22
11. Don't Pull Me Over 4:04
12. Lover's Touch 4:23
13. High In the Morning 3:35
14. Something Good Coming 4:10
15. Good Enough 5:50
16. Little Girl Blues (Bonus Track) 3:07



With his last solo album, 2006’s Highway Companion, Tom Petty began feeling his age, reflecting on how much of his life was now past. Now at 60, he again teams up with his Heartbreakers and re-finds his, well, “mojo” with this compelling modern version of the blues. The Heartbreakers have always been a solid rock for Petty, and their playing has always served the songs to the point where their musicianship’s often been overlooked. But Mike Campbell is among the best second men in rock, and his lead guitar playing has defined Petty’s sound for years. Here, it comes out blistering, as if the band have spent their entire career studying Chicago blues. There’s the slow creep of “Takin’ My Time,” the full-on highway attack of “U.S. 41,” and the heartbreak shuffle of “Let Yourself Go,” where Petty takes his FM-radio croon and his classic rock stature and applies it to the music that influenced his influences. “Don’t Pull Me Over” sparkles with a touch of country honky-tonk in its visions of falling stars on moonlit nights. It’s an unexpected and welcomed move from a guy more often likened to folk-rock and the jangle of The Byrds.