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Page Artiste Michael Penn

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  • CD (28 mars 2000)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00004DTR0
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Téléchargement MP3
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Stuck in my head 2 juillet 2013
Par Dave Edmiston - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I bought this album in 2000 or 2001 and liked it quite a bit. Then after a few years I misplaced it and never could find it again. A few months ago I bought the Amazon MP3 download just so I could hear it again. My first impression was utter shock (in a good way) to hear all these songs that had been playing in my head over the years. I forgot how many of these tracks had stuck with me for so many years, but it was really good to hear them again.

Since then I've played the heck out of it. It's a rare album that really doesn't have a dud on it. Each of the tracks has a great feel to it.

My next impression of this album is how nice it is that this album really reflects his wife's melodic sensibilities. I doubt he did it on purpose, but many of the things that I love about these tracks are the same things I love about Aimee Mann's songs: great melodies, great lyrics, and always something unexpected.

Last week I had my laptop with me helping a friend set up a large corporate presentation. She needed to make sure that all of the presenters could use the A/V equipment whether they had a PC or Mac. She asked me to help test the setup on my Windows laptop. I plugged in my machine and they asked me to play something to test the audio, so I just hit Play on the first track that was open on my Amazon Cloud Player. It blasted Lucky One and everyone in the room loved it. They asked me to send them the file so they could use that as the track to kick off the event. (As an aside, I told them with their budget they could buy their own copy.)

Anyway, these are great songs and they have held up nicely to the test of time.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 A little disappointing 9 mars 2000
Par T. Mulvaney - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I'm a big MP fan. Something's missing, though, from MP4. There's fewer of the clever turns of phrase or unexpected arrangements ("watch you take the Fifth/while I give you the third/degree", "yeah, I do agree -- / a bent and broken set are we" etc.) that were so characteristic of his first three albums. There's less of MP's voice (the layers of sound take center stage). But in all, I think the biggest chage (for the worse), is that MP has always known how to frame an album -- even if you didn't much care for the stuff in between, the first and last songs always delivered and made the album seem cohesive. "Lucky One" is an excellent lead-in track, but "Bucket Brigade" ends, and one is left hoping for a song that will say "the end" in the same way that "Evenfall", "Now We're Even" and "I Can Tell" did. I'm probably picking nits here, but let's face it, nobody buys an MP album for "the hits".

RESIGNED is his only album still in print (when did THAT happen?) -- if you're looking for a good starter MP album, go with it instead of MP4.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 MP4 displays high levels of brilliance. 24 mars 2002
Par E. Rehrig - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Michael Penn's 4th album, "MP4: Days...," is absolutely amazing. Although not as amazing as the fact that not many people are aware of Michael Penn's musical prowess (or presence). His voice and lyrics combine to create a musical style comprable to Lennon and McCartney. The first track, "Lucky One," showcases Penn's range as a writer and musician. However, the gem of the CD comes in the form of track No. 7, "Don't Let Me Go." A song that takes you deep into the mind and heart of the performer. Absolutely stunning and I have to say, my best music purchase of the past few years.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Almost too well-crafted--3 1/2 stars 16 mars 2000
Par M. E Mattson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It's unfortunate that we probably consider 3 stars an underwhelming review, when it's really pretty good--a B+, say. I don't have Penn's other albums so I can't put this one in context like the other reviewers. I like Penn's aesthetic, his gift for classic pop melodies and peerless arrangements. His craftsmanship is oft-remarked upon for good reason. "Lucky One" is a great lead-off track; "Perfect Candidate" demonstrates Penn's penchant for clever wordplay. The much cited "Bucket Brigade" is the most beautiful track on the record--a haunting melody married to a wonderfully crafted lyric. It really is nice to hear Penn's detached, almost ethereal voice, which seems to mix Lennon and McCartney in equal measure.
As I continue to listen the melodicism grows on me, the songs stay in my ear--good signs. But if you can understand how something might be tasteful to a fault...I can't help but wish for a sense of abandon, something to counteract the insular feel of songcraft which is almost too polished, an antidote to lyrics which, while clever, become predictable in their cleverness. The light, loss-y malaise that informs every song is too uniformly sad sack for my taste. Also predictable are the Beatle-isms cropping up throughout--augmented chords, falsettos, etc.--though he does them very well. He could use an influx of new influences! All this leads to a curious sense of inertia which I suspect is symptomatic of Penn's records. Still, the record is wonderfully proportioned in its sequencing and length. This is excellent, ear-tickling pop that I can't imagine would disappoint fans of this type of music.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Beatlesque Bliss 7 février 2000
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Michael Penn has been creating brilliant pop music for a decade now (albeit one that included a 5 year sabbatical), and his new release does not disappoint. Like all Michael Penn albums, it takes a couple listens to really absorb (his music has never been restricted to the transient fashions of time)--but it is all the more rewarding for it.
MP4 is more comparable to the relatively challenging "psychedelic folk" of Free-for-All, which followed the relatively straightforward pop of March--just as this release follows the accessible Resigned. But the melodies still stick in your head--"Lucky One" and "High Time" are destined to become classics; although nothing stands out like "All That That Implies" or "Bedlam Boys," there's plenty of "Free Time" and "Strange Season" to admire. Still catchy and addictive and ingenious and intelligent.
Why can't we hear stuff like this on the radio? Maybe this album will get enough recognition to bring March and Free-for-All back in print, so everyone can appreciate the full spectrum of Penn's genius. As it is, this is a worthy addition to his canon, and I can't wait for the next one!
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