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John Mayer Trio - Try! mp3 album

  • Performer: John Mayer Trio
  • Title: Try!
  • Genre: Rock / Blues
  • Country: Europe
  • Released: 2005
  • Style: Blues Rock, Pop Rock, Indie Rock
  • MP3 album: 1829 mb
  • FLAC album: 1761 mb
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 207
John Mayer Trio - Try! mp3 album

The John Mayer Trio is an American blues rock band that formed in 2005. Comprising singer-songwriter and guitarist John Mayer, bassist Pino Palladino and drummer Steve Jordan, the band has released one live album, Try! in 2005. Three of the songs on the album were co-written by Jordan, Mayer, and Palladino, and the album was co-produced by Mayer and Jordan.

What got into John Mayer? Sometime after the release of his 2003 sophomore album, Heavier Things, a perfectly pleasant affair that expanded on the dreamy, mellow adult pop of his breakthrough hit, "Your Body Is a Wonderland," he decided that he just didn't want to follow that direction anymore. He toured as a power trio with studio pros Steve Jordan and Pino Palladino and recorded the live album Try! while on the road. There are no two ways about it: anybody who dismissed Mayer as a lite Dave Matthews wannabe based on his first two records will be forced to reassess him on the basis of this excellent record.

Produced by John Mayer & Steve Jordan. Album Try! Try Lyrics. Takes four days to get to like me But two to want to leave But the part that really gets me Are all the moments in between Now, I lie to get a little And laugh at every little thing She's high on information But, now, I'm low on self-esteem. So, I'm going to try (try) I'm going to try (try) Gonna try to be myself, although myself will wonder why I'm going to try (try) I'm going to try (try) Gonna try to be myself, this time

The John Mayer Trio is the brainchild of pop sensation John Mayer, who, in 2005, decided to move his music in a new direction teaming up with Steve Jordan, and Pino Palladino, pursuing a more blues-influenced style and paying homage to the great musicians of his childhood days. In October 2005, they toured as the opening act for The Rolling Stones on some dates.

John Mayer Trio ‎– Try! Genre: Rock, Blues. Style: Blues Rock, Pop Rock, Indie Rock. Try! ‎ (CD, Album, Pap). Columbia, Aware Records, Sony BMG Music Entertainment. 85 1. John Mayer Trio.

John Trio Mayer - Try! - New. On vinyl and ready to ship. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). A mixture of old tunes reinvented, new ones and great covers, the Trio play their butts off! Whatever you conceive Mayer to be, remember that he will always be original, a major storm within the usual calm that is the music industry, trapped within the "genres of the month". Yes originality, the secret to success.

Basically, when John Mayer announced he was forming a power trio with t wonder Steve Jordan and legendary session musician Pino Palladino, I jumped for joy. When I further discovered that said trio would begin taking Mayer’s music in a more blues-based direction, my vertical leap increased to that of NBA level. The trio’s first, last, and only effort as a group was a live album released in November of 2005, titled Try!. Try! is a fantastic album. Composed of several of Mayer’s pop hits, a few slick blues licks, and even a couple of covers, it was certainly a welcome surprise. Throughout the entire album, Mayer’s fantastic guitar playing is evident. He’s seriously underrated as a guitarist. Mayer plays with plenty of feeling and emotion, but also mixes in more than enough technical expertise.

More JOHN MAYER TRIO. 1. Something's Missing 2. Daughters 3. Try. Back in 2005, longtime listeners could have seen it coming: it was only a matter of time before John Mayer dropped the pop star burden and proved he could really bring it on the six-string!Chalk it up to one too many Dave Matthews comparisons, or his image after the success of "Your Body Is a Wonderland", but something convinced Mayer it. was time to take it to the next level. With help from studio pros Steve Jordan and Pino Palladino, he succeeds on Try!.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Who Did You Think I Was 3:09
2 Good Love Is On The Way 4:50
3 Wait Until Tomorrow
Written-By – Jimi Hendrix
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
Written-By – Ray Charles, Renald Richards*
9 Something's Missing 6:56
10 Daughters 6:14
11 Try
Guitar – Chalmers 'Spanky' Alford*


  • Artwork By [Art Direction / Design] – John Mayer & Ames Bros.
  • Bass, Vocals – Pino Paladino*
  • Drums, Vocals – Steve Jordan
  • Engineer [Additional] – Chris Nelson , Hardi Kamsani, Joel Singer, Peter Gary
  • Engineer [Pro-tools] – Roger Moutenot
  • Guitar, Vocals – John Mayer
  • Mastered By – Greg Calbi
  • Mixed By – Joe Ferla
  • Photography – Danny Clinch, Michael Caulfield
  • Producer – John Mayer, Steve Jordan
  • Producer [Additional] – John Alagia
  • Recorded By – Chad Franscoviak (tracks: 1, 2, 4 to 9, 11), Joe Ferla (tracks: 3, 10)
  • Written-By – John Mayer (tracks: 1, 2, 4 to 7, 9 to 11), Pino Paladino* (tracks: 2, 5, 11), Steve Jordan (tracks: 2, 5, 11)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 827969511527
  • Barcode (Printed): 8 27969 51152 7

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
82796 95115 2 John Mayer Trio Try! ‎(CD, Album, Pap) Columbia, Aware Records, Sony BMG Music Entertainment 82796 95115 2 Europe 2005
8 2796 95115 2 John Mayer Trio Try! ‎(CD, Album) Columbia, Aware Records 8 2796 95115 2 Australia 2005
82796 95115 2 John Mayer Trio Try! ‎(CD, Album) Columbia, Aware Records 82796 95115 2 US 2005
82796 95115 2 John Mayer Trio Try! ‎(CD, Album, Club) Columbia, Aware Records 82796 95115 2 US 2005
SICP-977 John Mayer Trio Try! ‎(CD, Album) Aware Records SICP-977 Japan 2005

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