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The Heart Of Life
John Mayer / Continuum

So Long 2013: It’s Been Fun! #2014, here we come! #NowPlaying #AlwaysSpreadLove 

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This —> <3 #NowPlaying John Mayer feat. Katy Perry - “Who You Love” 

#JohnMayer performing live @ the #Today show:

#JohnMayer performing live @ the #Today show:

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John Mayer

jhnmyr:

A week out is too close not to share part of my new song with you.

Single hits iTunes next Tuesday… 

Enjoy (partially)

JM

An awesome sneak peek… out next Tuesday on iTunes! 

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Love Is a Verb
John Mayer / Born and Raised

Happy Mother’s Day… #SPREADLOVE 

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John Mayer “Something Like Olivia” at JAZZFEST 2013!!! (by winterwolfwendy) love you, ms. wendy-wen! <3

Queen of California
John Mayer / Born and Raised

all day, everyday… 

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Good Love Is On The Way
John Mayer Trio / Try! [Live]

SPREAD LOVE KINDA DAY… 

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Another Kind Of Green
John Mayer Trio / Try! [Live]

Working late mood music… 

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jhnmyr:

The new Hendrix album is really great. It’s mixed to sound TOUGH, it’s in your face, there’s no crazy stereo effects… It sounds like a Black Keys album. There have been dozens of posthumous Hendrix releases, most of them reshuffling the same catalog of unpolished jams, but this is an important document. The way I see it, the records that spell out the Hendrix legacy are “Are You Experienced”, “Axis: Bold as Love”, “Electric Ladyland”, “Cry of Love” (or whatever re-release contains those tunes), “Band of Gypsys” and now, “People, Hell and Angels.”  This is one of the best sounding albums I’ve heard in a long time, and it’s the most blistering Hendrix sound recording to date. 
I would love to hear the three studio releases with this treatment… check out Axis: Bold as Love vinyl LP in MONO if you want to hear Hendrix in a similar fashion…

jhnmyr:

The new Hendrix album is really great. It’s mixed to sound TOUGH, it’s in your face, there’s no crazy stereo effects… It sounds like a Black Keys album. There have been dozens of posthumous Hendrix releases, most of them reshuffling the same catalog of unpolished jams, but this is an important document. The way I see it, the records that spell out the Hendrix legacy are “Are You Experienced”, “Axis: Bold as Love”, “Electric Ladyland”, “Cry of Love” (or whatever re-release contains those tunes), “Band of Gypsys” and now, “People, Hell and Angels.”  This is one of the best sounding albums I’ve heard in a long time, and it’s the most blistering Hendrix sound recording to date. 

I would love to hear the three studio releases with this treatment… check out Axis: Bold as Love vinyl LP in MONO if you want to hear Hendrix in a similar fashion…