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Try! John Mayer Trio Live in Concert
John Mayer Trio, Steve Jordan, Pino Palladino
Try! John Mayer Trio Live in Concert
Genres: Alternative Rock, Folk, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
 
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Try! John Mayer Trio Live in Concert John Mayer Trio Label: Sony Release Date: 11/22/2005 1 Who Did You Think I Was - 3:09 2 Good Love Is on the Way - 4:50 3 Wait Until Tomorrow - 4:14 4 Gravity - 5:49 5 Vultu...  more »

     
   
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All Artists: John Mayer Trio, Steve Jordan, Pino Palladino
Title: Try! John Mayer Trio Live in Concert
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 3
Label: Sony
Original Release Date: 1/1/2005
Re-Release Date: 11/22/2005
Genres: Alternative Rock, Folk, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
Styles: Singer-Songwriters, Adult Alternative, Blues Rock, Album-Oriented Rock (AOR)
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 827969511527

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Try! John Mayer Trio Live in Concert John Mayer Trio Label: Sony Release Date: 11/22/2005 1 Who Did You Think I Was - 3:09 2 Good Love Is on the Way - 4:50 3 Wait Until Tomorrow - 4:14 4 Gravity - 5:49 5 Vultures - 5:19 6 Out of My Mind - 7:39 7 Another Kind of Green - 4:39 8 I Got a Woman - 7:40 9 Something's Missing - 6:56 10 Daughters - 6:14 11 Try - 6:53

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Annie M. from GROESBECK, TX
Reviewed on 11/16/2010...
LOVE it! John Mayer is always great.

CD Reviews

You people know the score
P. | 01/06/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Man this guy has fans and haters in all catagories!! Some of the teeny-bopper girls hate this new disk because its not pop, a few still scream for him 'cus a dude with guitar can do that to some girls. The blues fans hate the fact that somebody who prevously did pop is making money playing (quasi)blues. I wonder if the blues fans just turn away when clapton does a pop album? I have heard some say he is a subpar guitar player or derivative, or that the fact that he went to Berklee makes his playing somehow not valid. WELL,
1. I am a Berklee grad (guitar performance), so I can say with authority he is good. I sat down and figured out some of his earlier stuff, the chord voicings are tricky in places, lots of weird extensions and odd inversions. His groove is definatly there. He only attended a year too. To say that he was taught makes him less valid is, I think, quite ignorant. Everyone learns from others, no one is an island. Hendrix learned from Little Richard and Wilson Pickett in the mid 60's Clapton from John Mayall and old Freddie King records Vai from Zappa etc.
2. Lets not forget that SRV's first record was panned by all the press, he was booed off the stage at Montroux. And all the critics hated Zeppelin and called them derivitave too. Just because some of the fans/critics dont get it at first dosent mean its not good, it just means it challanges the boundries of what people think of as valid. Besides no one shold ever listen to critics. Have opinions of your own, thats what your brain is for.
3. Many dont like his voice. Many people focus on a musicians vocal quality, as if the only valid music is someone singing. I read one review here, from a 20 year old Recording Engineer, who apparently REALLY LISTENS to music. She said this guy is total crap because he hasnt got a good singing voice. Well because of her age I will cut her some slack. However she should know that its not the timbre of ones voice, or his or her range or technical ability that makes a good vocalist - rather ones ability to work within those limitations to deliver the most heartfelt telling performance at every opportunity. The fact she said nothing about the somewhat poor quality of the remainder of the disks mix is also telling. Also her lack of comment to the ABSOLUTLY KILLER PERFORMANCE of Steve Jordan and Pino Palladino is telling. These guys are both seasoned seasoned musicians with long lists of top notch sessions. She would be a lucky engineer if she ever got to work a session with either of these two.
4. There are definatly problems with the mix, very muddy at times. Hence the 3 stars insead of 4"
Solid, with Feeling! Listen to this before you judge it!
Dave Nat | Castle Rock, CO | 12/29/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"John Mayer is stepping out in a new direction with this disc. Pino Palladino and Steve Jordan are unarguably world-class musicians, and they have contributed thier always-stellar playing here. John Mayer's guitar playing is certainly technically proficient, and I believe it has real soul, too. "Wait until tomorrow" is a good example of that soul. I don't expect him to be Buddy Guy, though Buddy himself has endorsed John. The CD isn't that well mixed, but no worse than 75% of albums released these days. Before you believe the 1-star reviews, take a closer look."