Rolling Stone // Baby’s In Black
Lennon in 1980. “He was transcendental,” says Tom Petty. “And his rhythm-guitar playing - he could really make a band surge and jump.” 

Rolling Stone // Baby’s In Black

Lennon in 1980. “He was transcendental,” says Tom Petty. “And his rhythm-guitar playing - he could really make a band surge and jump.” 

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