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Runnin' Down a Dream: A Tribute to Tom Petty

Lucinda Williams

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1.1
Rebels
Lucinda Williams
4:57
1.2
Runnin' Down a Dream
Lucinda Williams
4:40
1.3
Gainesville
Lucinda Williams
4:12
1.4
Louisiana Rain
Lucinda Williams
4:49
1.5
I Won't Back Down
Lucinda Williams
3:12
1.6
A Face in the Crowd
Lucinda Williams
4:08
1.7
Wildflowers
Lucinda Williams
3:27
1.8
You Wreck Me
Lucinda Williams
3:25
1.9
Room at the Top
Lucinda Williams
5:53
1.10
You Don't Know How It Feels
Lucinda Williams
3:56
1.11
Down South
Lucinda Williams
3:30
1.12
Southern Accents
Lucinda Williams
4:21
1.13
Stolen Moments
Lucinda Williams
4:53
Total Playing Time    55:23
American rock, folk and country music icon Lucinda Williams releases Runnin' Down a Dream: A Tribute to Tom Petty. The 13-track offering is an honest and earnest tribute by the Grammy-award winning artist, creating a dialogue between the legacy that both songwriters share in the history of Americana. This tribute release comes just months after the new original album by Williams, Good Souls Better Angels.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Highway 20 Records Studio Masters

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