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John Mayer – Paradise Valley (2013)

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John Mayer – Paradise Valley (2013)

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01 – Wildfire
02 – Dear Marie
03 – Waitin’ on the Day
04 – Paper Doll
05 – Call Me the Breeze
06 – Who You Love
07 – I Will Be Found (Lost at Sea)
08 – Wildfire (feat. Franck Ocean)
09 – You’re No One ‘Til Someone Lets You Down
10 – Badge and Gun
11 – On the Way Home

    John Mayer - vocals, guitars, keyboards
    Aaron Sterling - drums, percussion
    Sean Hurley - bass
    Chuck Leavell - keyboards ( 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 10,11)
    Paul Franklin - pedal steel guitar (2, 9, 11)
    Zane Carney - guitar (1, 2)
    Rami Jaffe - keyboards (1, 8)
    Lisa Fischer - background vocals (7, 11)
    David Ryan Harris - background vocals (4)
    Bernard Fowler - background vocals (7)
    Frank Ocean - Wurlitzer, vocals (8)
    Katy Perry - vocals (6)
    Larry Williams - tenor saxophone, flute
    Dan Higgins - tenor saxophone, flute (6)
    Gary Grant - flugelhorn (6)
    Bill Reichenbach - tenor trombone, bass trombone, EB alto horn (6)


Close your eyes. Erase your mind. Forget about Taylor Swift, Katy Perry and the various extracurricular activities that have hobbled singer-guitarist-romantic John Mayer’s reputation off the playing field. Breathe, and think about the guitar while inhaling fresh air and electrified guitar licks. As a Wyoming wind blows through your hair, imagine that the John Mayer Cruise never happened.

For many -- but by no means all -- such a Mayer reboot is necessary. Doing so in earnest before popping on his new album, "Paradise Valley," will offer payback for those yearning for peaceful, well-imagined guitar rock as earlier crafted by bands including the Eagles, the Flying Burrito Bros., the Grateful Dead and “Nashville Skyline”-era Bob Dylan. The guy’s apologized for his past media indulgences, and “Paradise Valley” makes a strong case that those of us overly annoyed should let it go. ---Randall Roberts, articles.latimes.com

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