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Michael Penn

All Music Guide: Michael Penn
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Bunker Hill
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High Road Touring: Michael Penn
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Michael Penn
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Michael Penn
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Excerpt from an interview about Penn's 'Resigned.'
Philadelphia City Paper: Michael Penn
Interview about the album 'Resigned.' - "It's No Myth: Michael Penn is Still Songwriting"
Feature about Penn's label difficulties and plans. (May 3, 2001)
CNN Showbiz - "No. 4 and counting"
Interview with clips from 'MP4.' (April 25, 2000)
Launch: "The Flair of a Penn"
Interview about Penn's film scores and 'MP4.' (February 15, 2000)
Consumable: Michael Penn, Live at Southern Tracks Atlanta
Review of a recording session for a radio broadcast. (August 7, 1997)
Face Magazine: Michael Penn - Free-for-All
Stephen Curtis' review: 'His songs strike with the melodic immediacy of all great pop but are imbedded with wry wordplay, psychological twists and subtle musical surprises.'
CMJ New Music Report
Steve Ciabattoni's review: 'These songs deftly erase the chalk line between Top 40 and plaintive folk, like a shifting ballplayer kicking dirt over the lines of the batter's box.' (September 25, 1992)
Rolling Stone
Jeffrey Ressner's review: 'Penn's music is right on target, with an unpretentious, earthy feel that's both intimate and touching.' 4 stars.
CMJ New Music Report
'While it's hard to say if the record-buying masses are in the mood for an album like this, 'March' promises that Michael Penn's best is yet to come.' (September 8, 1989)
Cleveland Scene
Brian Baker's review: 'Penn's penchant for Beatlesque mannerisms results in a balance between Lennon's darkness and McCartney's lightness.'
Ink Blot Magazine
Paul Barras' review: 'Penn is less concerned with setting new standards than perfecting his current style, which is no small feat for a musician whose previous work elicits superlatives.'
Ottawa Sun
Ian Nathanson's review: '...a melody-to-the-fore collection of cleverly written conversation pieces.' (February 13, 2000)
Pause Magazine
Tony Sherman's review: 'It's a small pop masterpiece and worthy addition to anyone's CD collection.'
Splendid: The Essential Albums
Brett McCallon's review: '...seminal because the songs seem to develop on the strength of Penn's ideas alone, as though they could not exist other than they are.'
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