Tom Petty vs. The White Stripes


This is a great find by Michael. The jam out riff in Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers‘ 1993 track “Mary Jane’s Last Dance” features a guitar riff very similar to the “chorus chanting” in The White Stripes‘ 2002 “Fell In Love With A Girl”. Check it out!

Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers - "Mary Jane's Last Dance" (1993)

The White Stripes - "Fell In Love With A Girl" (2002)

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9 thoughts on “Tom Petty vs. The White Stripes

  1. avatarTJ

    Tom Petty’s ‘Down South’ recorded on the Album Highway Companion, sounds a lot like Bob Dylans ‘Love Minus Zero’ in the beginning



    Mark Adams Reply:

    The chorus of Deadbeat Holiday (2000) and the first part of iViva La Gloria! (2009), both by Green Day also sound like Dylan’s song.


  2. avatarRadiorex

    “Fell In Love With A Girl” by the White Stripes = “Middle Of The Road” by the Pretenders. Done.

    Still love the White Stripes, though. Don’t get me wrong. Damn! Another Pretenders song.


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