"If you’re looking for the pure pop album of the year, it’s going to be difficult to top The Paul & John’s Inner Sunset. The duo co-wrote all the tunes here (with Myers handling all the lyrics) and they’re all absolutely wonderful from start to finish....Inner Sunset is a masterful little record that you won’t want to miss. Grade: A "--Goldmine Magazine
"Trading solos and vocals, the two push each other to the sublime limit. Plush with harmonies, melodies spilling everywhere like effortless manna, this, if I may state it with a bit of apt reductivism, is what the Raspberries would have sounded like had they been the Beatles." --Stereo Embers Magazine
"The Paul and John deftly fill a void in popular music and make something that hasn’t been heard this well in a long, long time. If you like your guitars to jingle, and your songs to be poppy confectionery, do make a date with the Paul and John. You won’t be disappointed that you did."--Popmatters
"With six weeks left before Labor Day, the summer of 2014 may just have found its perfect soundtrack." --Popdose
"Highly Recommended and added to my top ten list for 2014."--Powerpopaholic.com
"Pop-rock gourmets with impeccable taste and timing, the Paul and John have recorded a dazzling debut album that’s sure to draw hand-claps and high-fives left and right." ---Something Else!
Inner Sunset is the result of a collaboration between Paul Myers and John Moremen. The two wrote all the songs together over three years and then recorded and mixed the best of their collaborations with co-producer Allen Clapp at Mystery Lawn in Sunnyvale, California. Myers & Moremen find that their shared experiences and eclectic tastes blend perfectly in The Paul & John.
The Paul & John is a collaboration between guitarist/vocalist songwriters Paul Myers and John Moremen. The Paul & John only
record music they've written together. Additionally, Paul is the designated lyricist. The two handle all major sounds between them, with John on the drums and Paul on the bass. Producer Allen Clapp is a voting member in the arranging and sonics....more
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