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Where Does This Door Go

Where Does This Door Go

Artist: Mayer Hawthorne

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Digital Album: $9.99
Where Does This Door Go
Where Does This Door Go

Artist: Mayer Hawthorne
DISK: 1
MP3
1. Problematization
$1.29
2. Back Seat Lover
$1.29
3. The Innocent
$1.29
4. Allie Jones
$1.29
5. The Only One
$1.29
6. Wine Glass Woman
$1.29
7. Her Favorite Song
$1.29
8. Ay Bass Player
$1.29
9. Crime
$1.29
10. Reach Out Richard
$1.29
11. Corsican Rosť
$1.29
12. Where Does This Door Go
$1.29
13. Robot Love
$1.29
14. The Stars Are Ours
$1.29
15. All Better
$1.29

DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Umgd/Universal Records
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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