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  • Format: AC-3, DTS Surround Sound, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Image Entertainment
  • Release Date: Jan. 3 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005V4X8TK
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #21,007 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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The work of Tom Petty is a blend of pop and rock that is uniquely-American. With his faithful band The Heartbreakers behind him, Petty lit up stages across the country, and became an unlikely early star of MTV with some innovative video work. Subsequent releases saw him justifiably included in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, alongside a stint in supergroup The Travelling Wilburys. This outstanding live concert from Petty and his band gives fans a number of their biggest hits and rarely heard hidden gems. Song List: Baby Please Don't Go, Crawling Back to You, Handle With Care, I Won't Back Down, I'm Cryin‘, Angel Dream, Melinda, Born in Chicago, Little Red Rooster, Carol, Refugee, Love is a Long Road, You Don't Know How it Feels, Black Leather Woman, I Done Somebody Wrong, I Got a Woman, Thirteen Days, Wake Up Time, Rollin' in My Sweet Baby's Arms, Lost Children, Two Men Talkin‘, You Wreck Me.

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By rkt on March 12 2015
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Tom Petty is not my most favorite, but Soundstage helps a lot
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By Derrick Evans on Jan. 21 2015
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good DVD
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77 of 78 people found the following review helpful
Everything from Country to Jazz in this performance. Jan. 22 2005
By S. Pellin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers "Soundstage" DVD tracklisting:

- Part 1 -

Baby Please Don't Go

Crawlin Back To You

Handle With Care

I Won't Back Down

I'm Cryin'

Angel Dream

Melinda

Born In Chicago

Red Rooster

Carol

Refugee

- Part 2 -

Love Is A Long Road

You Don't Know How It Feels

Black Leather Woman

I Done Somebody Wrong

I Got A Woman

Thirteen Days

Wake Up Time

Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms

Lost Children

Two Men Talking

You Wreck Me

A good mix of hits and rarely heard music. "Two Men Talking" is a real gem of impromtu Jazz.
69 of 73 people found the following review helpful
Great sound, picture, and (non) editing Jan. 15 2006
By Andrew Furst - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The good news here is that the sound quality is excellent, the picture quality is very clear, and the concert is just shown in a normal, natural way - as it should be. That last part might be taken for granted, but too often concert videos can be ruined by herky-jerky fast-cut editing that attempts to make the show more "interesting". Which is really stupid, because if someone is watching the concert, they just want to see and hear the band, not clever editing or lengthy fan shots. Rest assured that this video presents the band itself as the entertainment, not the editing or the crowd. A very good thing.

Since the sound, picture, and editing are so good, I'm tempted to give this 5 stars. But it gets only 4 from me for various reasons. One is that there are 9 "cover" songs here vs. 13 written by Petty/Heartbreakers. Given that the band's own songs are so great, I don't like hearing so many covers, which I consider to be of lesser quality than the band's own songs. If more Petty & Heartbreakers DVD's were available covering the band's own songs, this wouldn't be such a problem. But since this is only one of 3 existing DVDs from the band, "too many" covers is a minor quibble. Then there's the drummer situation. Original drummer Stan Lynch was very creative, yet stayed completely "in synch" with the rest of the band - which made his drumming a big part of the Heartbreaker's success. His replacement, Steve Ferrone, is "ok" but not great, and often seems to lack the cohesion that Lynch had with the rest of the band. So I feel to a great extent that without Stan Lynch on drums, this isn't really THE Heartbreakers. Finally, the price on this set is slightly high, so for all these reasons I can't give the set a full 5 stars.

Still, true fans of the band (and yes I'm one) should definitely get this. I like this a lot better than "High Grass Dogs" (which is very poorly edited, and not great sounding), and it's close to "Live at the Olympic". I do somewhat prefer "Olympic" to this one, mainly because the songs on that one were written by Petty himself (and it's also great sounding and well edited). It's a shame that there aren't more/better concert DVD choices though for a band with such a rich history as this one. My favorite official TP & Heartbreakers concert video was 1991's "Take the Highway", but that's never been on DVD, and now it's not even available on VHS. Same situation with 1985's "Pack up the Plantation", though I didn't like that one as much as "Highway", due both to its jerky editing, as well as the overbearing presence of a horn section and backup singer/dancers. Both of those concerts should be on DVD now though, it's a shame they aren't. And I suppose it would be too much to ask for some of the Heartbreakers' European (or American) tv appearances to be released onto DVD, but they should be too - after all, 20+ year old European shows from Blondie, The Cars, and Bruce Springsteen (among others) have been officially released recently to DVD, so why not something from TP & the Heartbreakers?
75 of 80 people found the following review helpful
Rerelease of VH1 Soundstage Dec 13 2011
By intel247 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
To all my fellow Tom Petty fans I want you to be aware that this is a rerelease of the Soundstage concert that is currently available for sale. Same line up and close to identical cover. If you own the Soundstage performance already there is no need to purchase this.
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Very Well Done Concert DVD Jan. 21 2005
By James A. Garrison - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This is a first class DVD. Picture and sound are outstanding. Tom and the boys are in top form here. The eight bonus songs on disc 2 are very good. This band is so much better live. A lot of highlights on these two discs. If you ever thought about buying a Tom Petty DVD get this one.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Tom Petty & Heartbreakers ROCK on this Blu-ray treat! July 29 2010
By HiDefGuy - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
Another solid classic rock concert with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. Almost all of my favs are here and these guys sure sound great on this blu-ray. The concert itself is in 2 parts (each having a running time of approximately 30 minutes). BUT... there are quite a few songs that didn't make the cut that are INCLUDED in this blu-ray. Why I have no idea coz they are all great!

Quality of transfer is EXCELLENT (both video and audio). The soundtrack (as with most SoundStage blu-ray releases) has both a 5.1 DD track and a 5.1 uncompressed track which screams if your neighbors don't mind a concert playing next door).

If your a Tom Petty fan, this blu-ray is a must-have. If your not a fan, you will become one.

A must buy!

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