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The charm of Wildfire is in its skillful understatement. While tunes like “Paper Doll” and “Who You Love” have glossy, delicately harmonized hooks, the album features understated, country-inflected shuffles and lots of impressive musicianship. (A perfect example is the gently rambling cover of J.J. Cale’s “Call Me the Breeze.”)

Customer Reviews

New Genre

This album is going to be a mix of Continuum, Heavier Things, and a bit of Born & Raised. In other words, John Mayer is creating a new genre.. perfection.

Still Impressive

John Mayer's REAL fans will come out of the woodwork with this one. Since the 360 he took with Born and Raised, I've heard more and more "bring back continuum" or "this sounds too country for me." Personally, I love the sound and direction Mayer has taken. He's doing what he loves, and doesn't seem to care what people think about him any more. Where the younger Mayer had an arrogant demeanor, this matured version seems to be loyal to good music. I'm excited about this album!


Getting a little too country.


Born: October 16, 1977 in Bridgeport, CT

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

After making his introduction as a sensitive, acoustic-styled songwriter on 2001's Room for Squares, John Mayer steadily widened his approach over the subsequent years, encompassing everything from blues-rock to adult contemporary in the process. Arriving during the tail-end of teen pop's heyday, he crafted pop music for a more discerning audience, spiking his songcraft with jazz chords and literate turns of phrase. The combination proved to be quite popular, as Room for Squares went triple-platinum...
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