Drop Everything and Check Out the New Tom Petty Documentary

'Somewhere You Feel Free: The Making of Wildflowers'
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Hey, what are you doing right now? Catching up on some e-mails? Scrolling some sites? Thinking about dinner tonight? Put all of it on hold and check out the new documentary about Tom Petty.

Somewhere You Feel Free: The Making of Wildflowers has been released to YouTube for free! It's a feature-length look at the making of one of Petty's greatest albums - the second one he made outside the purview of The Heartbreakers back in 1994. The film features a wealth of insight, from both unseen home movie footage filmed at the time as well as new interviews with Petty's bandmates Mike Campbell and Benmont Tench and the album's producer, Rick Rubin.

If you love the album (and the outtakes!), don't waste another second and watch Somewhere You Feel Free right now. (We won't tell your boss.)

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