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Episode 43:
Mayer Hawthorne





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Just Ain't Gonna Work Out is a great song.....one of the best in the archives....great melody, sweet harmonies, and of course the voices of Mayer and Darrell make this song smoooooooth:)
- posted by twista - May 20, 2013
Just watched this episode of LFDH. I am blown away by the arrangements of 'just ain't gonna work out' and 'strange arrangement'. Please put them on iTunes! They are fantastic!
- posted by Nfeldman - May 20, 2013
Amazing, even on the cutting-room floor... Lol! http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Bsz59-ePUQc&feature=related
- posted by markwayne143 - March 31, 2013
Wow! A latecomer to LFDH [Fall 2012], I have been enthralled by the singing and muscianship on all of the shows, have LOVED most of the artists old and new, and have really enjoyed learning about new bands through the great Daryl Hall. The arrangement and vocals of 'Strange Arrangement' are the epitome of beauty in music, topped perhaps only by 'Wait For Me' from the Train show. I'm very happy to meet you, Mayer - and thanks, Daryl!
- posted by BetleR - March 28, 2013
I've been a Mayer fan since iTunes was clever enough to feature him on the free single of the week and I immediately bought everything he had recorded. Mayer is one of those artists that cannot be pigeon holed...his music is all over the place and it's all good. I hadn't thought of it before this episode but it's pretty obvious that he listened to plenty of Hall & Oates. You are OUTRAGEOUS together! I worked on a very small scale as a backup vocalist and I recognize how talented yours are, especially in this episode. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
- posted by Bunkywise - January 5, 2013
 
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Mayer Hawthorne
Mayer Hawthorne was born in Ann Arbor, MI, listening on the car radio to the rich soul music coming out of the Motor City. He counts Isaac Hayes, Leroy Hutson, Mike Terry and Barry White among his influences, but draws the most inspiration from Smokey Robinson, Curtis Mayfield and the legendary Motown songwriting team of Holland-Dozier-Holland, which he shares with Daryl. After several critically acclaimed releases for the independent Stones Throw label, Hawthorne signed with Universal Republic for his upcoming new album, How Do You Do, and is currently on tour with Bruno Mars and Janelle MonŠe. "I'm all about fun, and Live from Darylís House was one of the most fun things I've ever done,Ē enthused Hawthorne. ďI want to be there every month."
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