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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11 Replies to “Tom Petty vs. The White Stripes”

  1. TJ

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

    1. Mark Adams

      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. Radiorex

    “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.

  3. João Victor

    I think it sounds a like Led Zeppelin – All of My Love until he starts singing, but in a rock version.

  4. JVMachado78987

    I think it sounds like Led Zeppelin – All of My Love in the intro, but more like a heavier version.


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