CLASSIC ALABAMA BROADCAST RECORDING FROM 1995 - PRESENTED ACROSS 2 CDS By the beginning of the 1990s, with their MCA contract coming to an end, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers were proving as popular as ever they were. 1991 s Into The Great Wide Open was received warmly by critics and fans alike, and their 1993 Greatest Hits album sold in excess of 10 million copies. Now signed to Warner Bros., the group - sans original drummer Stan Lynch - teamed up with producer Rick Rubin to record Wildflowers, released on 1st November 1994. The album sold over three million copies and produced the Top 20 single You Don t Know How It Feels . To support this latest release, the band embarked on an extensive tour of North America, playing over 90 dates that year. The recording featured on this two disc set is taken from their performance at The Coleman Coliseum in Tuscaloosa, AL on 6th October 1995, a show recorded for FM radio broadcast nationwide in exceptional audio quality. Containing hits from across their entire catalogue - including You Don t Know How It Feels , Free Fallin , Don t Come Around Here No More and American Girl - this CD is sure to become a must-have live album for Tom Petty fans everywhere.