Tom Petty is perpetually underrated. He debuted too late in pop music's historical continuum to seem deserving of full classic-rocker status (although he's certainly earned it by now) and came across like an apprentice rather than a peer when collaborating with Bob Dylan et al. (a result of his modesty, not a lack of talent). Nevertheless, he's aging more unaffectedly than just about any performer of his vintage, and the material on his latest solo project benefits from his relaxed and... More >>>