John Mayer Born And Raised Album
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Genre : Folk, Americana, Pop
Released : 22 May 2012
Label : Columbia
Producer : John Mayer, Don Was
Born and Raised is the upcoming fifth studio album by American musician John Mayer, set to be released on May 22, 2012. The first single "Shadow Days" was released February 27 on Mayer's blog. From Wikipedia
Release information about the album
Release Date: 05/22/2012
Tracks in Born And Raised: Queen Of California, The Age Of Worry, Shadow Days, Speak For Me, Something Like Olivia, Born And Raised, If I Ever Get Around To Living, Love Is A Verb, Walt Grace's Submarine Test, January 1967, Whisky, Whisky, Whisky, A Face To Call Home, Born And Raised (Reprise), Fool To Love You
Born And Raised Album Tracklist
- Queen Of California Lyrics
- The Age Of Worry Lyrics
- Shadow Days Lyrics
- Speak For Me Lyrics
- Something Like Olivia Lyrics
- Born And Raised Lyrics
- If I Ever Get Around To Living Lyrics
- Love Is A Verb Lyrics
- Walt Grace's Submarine Test, January 1967 Lyrics
- Whisky, Whisky, Whisky Lyrics
- A Face To Call Home Lyrics
- Born And Raised (Reprise) Lyrics
- Fool To Love You Lyrics
a different stroke..... But still a genius! | Reviewer: jeswyn | 11/17/12
john Mayer, apart from his best suited genre, blues and rock, has portrayed himself in a different but still being a sibling of his own creation.... this change or transition from complicated chords and rhythmic patterns to a more laid back style music is appreciable....
this album has john sounding almost in love with his new found serenity and calmness.....
it's still got that bluesy feel.... has a tinge of country.... and a lot of soul.....and the mesmerizing voice indeed.....
it's not the typical john with an acoustic guitar trying to play a piece to please the audience...... it's the john who is playing his music..... the way he wants.....
and we are carefully eves -dropping him ;)
WOW!!! | Reviewer: CVz | 10/23/12
This is the best album yet! It has a wonderful retro feel with harmonies straight out of the 60-70's. Olivia is amazingly bluesy and the final cut is pure honkeytonk. I can't stop listening to this one. Every cut is a winner and every cut is individual from the others. All I can say is just "WOW!"
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