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Where Does This Door Go

Where Does This Door Go

Artist: Mayer Hawthorne

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Where Does This Door Go
Where Does This Door Go

Artist: Mayer Hawthorne
1. Problematization
2. Back Seat Lover
3. The Innocent
4. Allie Jones
5. The Only One
6. Wine Glass Woman
7. Her Favorite Song
8. Ay Bass Player
9. Crime
10. Reach Out Richard
11. Corsican Rosť
12. Where Does This Door Go
13. Robot Love
14. The Stars Are Ours
15. All Better

Format: CD
Rel. Date: 07/16/2013
UPC: 602537447954

More Info:

Mayer Hawthorne draws influence from the music of Curtis Mayfield, Isaac Hayes, Leroy Hutson, Mike Terry, Barry White, Smokey Robinson and the legendary songwriting and production trio of Holland/Dozier/Holland. Taking umbrage at the notion that his is a purely "throwback" Soul sound, however, Hawthorne also cites more contemporary artists, such as J Dilla, as significant influences.

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