The discography of American singer-songwriter and guitarist John Mayer consists of seven studio albums, seven live albums, three compilation albums, two video albums, four extended plays, twenty-four singles and seventeen music videos. Born in Bridgeport, Connecticut, Mayer moved to Atlanta, Georgia and began playing in local clubs in 1998. He released the extended play Inside Wants Out in September of the following year
Band Name John Mayer. Album Name Why Georgia. Data de aparición Abril 2003. Estilo MusicalPop Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum0. 2. 3X5 (Live From The X Lounge). 3. No Such Thing (Demo Version). Saber más. Other productions from John Mayer.
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Watch the video for Why Georgia from John Mayer's Room for Squares for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. As a B-side, the international version single featured the live version of "Why Georgia" as it appeared on Mayer's first live album, Any Given Thursday, as the single followed the live album's release. The international single was released only two months prior to Mayer's second album, Heavier Things. Sitting, Waiting, Wishing.
Why Georgia was recorded in 2001 by guitarist and songwriter John Mayer, it appears on his album 'Room for Squares'. The song was his third single from the album after 'No Such Thing' and 'Your Body is a Wonderland', and went on to reach number 2 on the 'US Adult Alternative Songs Billboard'. Why Georgia is no. 31 on my Top 60 Fingerpicking Songs of ALL TIME list.
Sure, John Mayer may have been a playboy growing up, but without his bad-boy antics we wouldn't have been blessed with these iconic classics throughout the years. Here, the 15 best John Mayer songs of all time. Why am I crying in the club? Mayer was featured on Frank Ocean's debut studio album, Channel Orange, so he decided to return the favor and had Frank display his vocals solo (until the end when we get a little bit of harmony) on "Wildfire. The song, which would have been most popular on the Tumblr platform, finds itself a home on Mayer's sixth album, Paradise Valley. Really, it's John and Frank's world-we're all just livin' in it. 13) "Stop This Train," 2006.
|1||Why Georgia (Album Version)||4:28|
|2||Why Georgia (Live In Birmingham - Edit)||4:54|
NotesPromo only - not for sale
Manufactured in Australia by Sony Music Entertainment (Australia) Ltd
Made in Australia
|673468 2||John Mayer||Why Georgia (CD, Single)||Columbia, Aware Records||673468 2||Australia||2003|
|CSK-59082||John Mayer||Why Georgia (CD, Single, Promo)||Columbia||CSK-59082||US||2003|