Tom Petty's 'Finding Wildflowers' Gets Standalone Release

Tom Petty's 'Finding Wildflowers'
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An alternate version of Tom Petty's Wildflowers, previously only available as part of a limited deluxe box set, gets a standalone release this spring.

Finding Wildflowers (Alternative Versions), to be released April 16, features 16 alternate versions and outtakes of the songs from Petty's celebrated 1994 album. It was previously only part of a 5CD and 9LP edition of WIldflowers and All the Rest, a deep dive into this special era of the late rocker's career. The package became one of 2020's best-reviewed reissues.

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The set will be available digitally for the first time, along with standalone CD and gold vinyl pressing available exclusively on Petty's official web store and at independent record retailers. (A general release on black vinyl follows May 7.) Check out the new video for the album's closing track, "You Saw Me Comin'," below.

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