Saturday, November 10, 2007

John Mayer Live From PBS's Soundstage Audio Rip







I know what a lot of you are thinking, WTF? John Mayer? Sure, he seems to be a hit with the teeny bopper and Y generation chicks and they drool over him. But this kid's got substance. Very talented and and all around fine musician and singer. And if Buddy Guy can give this dude a thumbs up so can I. Anyway, here is some live John Mayer that doesn't have the rediculous screaming that you hear way too much of from the "Any Given Thursday" live CD. The jams with Buddy Guy are exceptional!
I added bonus tracks to the file from "Acoustic Session VH1 Vspot" and a tune from Eric Claptons Guitar Roads Festival DVD.

From the PBS Soundstage Web Page:

Part 1 - Premiering on PBS July 7, 2005

John Mayer has become an emerging superstar without conforming to any single genre – sometimes bluesy, sometimes pop, sometimes rock, but always excellent. Writing incredible songs that appeal to a wide audience, he provides that rare common ground among listeners of all ages. With fan favorites like “No Such Thing,” “Why Georgia” and “Bigger than my Body,” Mayer rolls out nothing but the best for this Soundstage audience. Mayer has always had a special relationship with the blues, and he can count one of its greatest practitioners as a fan. In the first episode of this two-part Soundstage, the legendary Buddy Guy surprises viewers by joining Mayer midway through “Come Back To Bed,” and remains for and extended jam on “Damn Right I Got The Blues.” Other Mayer hits, including the blockbuster “Your Body Is a Wonderland,” also define this set.


Part 2 - Premiering on PBS July 14, 2005

John Mayer’s convincing vocals, guitar virtuosity and compelling songwriting has earned him the respect of his contemporaries as well as significant radio airplay and a solid fan following. On the second part of this Soundstage episode, John Mayer continues his set with favorites “My Stupid Mouth,” “Neon” and the Grammy Award-winning Song of the Year “Daughters.” Towards the end of this episode Buddy Guy returns to end this show on a high note (literally). This time the roles are reversed as Buddy takes the lead on the classic blues “Feels Like Rain,” while Mayer steps back on guitar and lets the teacher do his thing.

John Mayer Part 1
Clarity
No Such Thing
Something’s Missing
Why Georgia
Bigger Than My Body
Your Body Is A Wonderland
Come Back To Bed

John Mayer Part 2
Daughters
Untitled Song
City Love
My Stupid Mouth
Hummingbird
Neon
Damn Right I Got The Blues
(with Buddy Guy)
Feels Like Rain
(with Buddy Guy)


110MB WMA 9.1

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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great stuff!

Anonymous said...

Nice show - hey, I'm 50 and i think he's about the most talented artist I've seen this decade.

Camarillo Brillo said...

Hey,
I'm almost 50 and feel the same way!
Thanks for checking in, and enjoy!

AZ Jones said...

I like this post. John Mayer may be the last of a dying breed as kids spend all their time texting and playing video games there will be less artists that can play instruments that front bands. Especially as the music industry spoon feeds the public the next American Idol, and as more people sample to create. Az Jones.

Camarillo Brillo said...

Couldn't agree with you more Arizona.
Kids these days!
And it's probably mostly not their fault.
of course the music industry has always tried to spoon feed. It's been a massive over haul that's for sure...

Camarillo Brillo said...

New Link:
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=FQFRPI1V

Blake said...

Thanks for the new link!

Blake said...

Thanks for the new link!

Camarillo Brillo said...

you're welcome

Anonymous said...

Can someone please upload the files somewhere else? Those Acta-f*ckers shot down megaupload...

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