Full Moon Fever

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Album Name Length Format Sample Rate Price
Full Moon Fever 39:55 $17.98
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# Track Title Length Format Sample Rate Price
1 Free Fallin' 04:16 96/24 Album only
2 I Won't Back Down 02:57 96/24 Album only
3 Love Is A Long Road 04:07 96/24 Album only
4 A Face In The Crowd 03:59 96/24 Album only
5 Runnin' Down A Dream 04:53 96/24 Album only
6 Feel A Whole Lot Better 02:49 96/24 Album only
7 Yer So Bad 03:06 96/24 Album only
8 Depending On You 02:48 96/24 Album only
9 The Apartment Song 02:33 96/24 Album only
10 Alright For Now 02:01 96/24 Album only
11 A Mind With A Heart Of It's Own 03:29 96/24 Album only
12 Zombie Zoo 02:57 96/24 Album only

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Exclusively on HDtracks, images of the master tapes are included with every download, along with a note from the remaster producer, Ryan Ulyate.

This was the first Tom Petty 'solo' album although most of the Heartbreakers played on the record. Jeff Lynne produced along with Tom Petty and Mike Campbell and recording was done at M.C. Studios in Los Angeles, CA. Full Moon Fever featured five singles: "I Won'€™t Back Down", "Runnin'€™ Down A Dream", "Free Fallin'", "A Face In The Crowd", and "Yer So Bad".

Recorded at M.C. Studios in Los Angeles, CA. 

Tom Petty - guitars,  vocals, keyboards, noise, handclapping, tambourine, backing vocals
Mike Campbell - bass, guitar, keyboards, mandolin, slide guitar
George Harrison - guitar, backing vocals
Jeff Lynne - bass, guitar, handclapping, keyboards, backing vocals
Benmont Tench - piano
Del Shannon - noise, sound effects
Roy Orbison, Howie Epstein, Trembling Blenders - backing vocals
Phil Jones - drums, percussion
Jim Keltner - drums, maracas, marimba, tambourine 
Kelsey Campbell - screams, sound effects, voices 

Producers: Jeff Lynne, Tom Petty and Mike Campbell
Recording engineers: Dennis Kirk, Bill Bottrell and Don Smith
Remastering engineer: Chris Bellman

Producer’s Note: Tom Petty Hi-Res Remastering
The Hi-Res (24bit 96K) remastering of the Tom Petty catalog reveals a level of detail that was only previously heard by a select group of musicians, producers and engineers in the studio. It’s as close to the sound of original stereo master as you can get. We’re very happy with the way it came out, and believe it’s an important way to preserve the legacy of this great body of work.

If hearing the highest possible sound quality is important to you, then this is where you’ll get it.

The remastering was done in the fall of 2014 by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering. (Brian Gardner did Highway Companion.) I supervised it and Tom approved it. Great care was taken to find the highest quality masters and transfer them with minimal EQ and little or no dynamic range compression. We went with whatever tape sounded the best –mostly the original first-generation masters but in a few cases, second-generation “EQ copies”*.

To allow for full dynamic range, and to let the music “breathe” the Hi-Res versions have about 6-8db less digital level than a typical “loud” peak-limited CD or mp3. To enjoy these albums to their fullest extent, playthem back though a good system and turn up the volume.

With this increased level of detail and sonic impact, we hope you'll enjoy rediscovering these great albums as much as we did!

—Ryan Ulyate, April 2014

* Everything in the catalog was generated from the original first-generation masters except: Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, You’re Gonna Get It, Pack Up The Plantation (reels 1-3) and Southern Accents. These were mastered in Hi-Res from second-generation “EQ copies”. These source tapes include any EQ, level and dynamic processing added (with the approval of the album’s producers) during the original mastering sessions.