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John Mayer|As/Is: Live In Philadelphia, PA/Hartford, CT - 8/14-8/15/04

As/Is: Live In Philadelphia, PA/Hartford, CT - 8/14-8/15/04

John Mayer

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As/Is: Live In Philadelphia, PA/Hartford, CT - 8/14-8/15/04

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1
Your Body Is a Wonderland (Live in Philadelphia, PA & Hartford, CT, August 2004)
00:04:34

John Mayer, Associated Performer, Composer, Guitar, Lyricist, Main Artist - David Ryan Harris, Guitar - Michael Chaves, Guitar - J.J. Johnson, Drums - Kevin Lovejoy, Keyboards - David LaBruyere, Bass - Chris Karlic, Flute, Saxophone - Bernie Herms, Producer - Chad Franscoviak, Engineer - Scott Frey, Assistant Engineer - Jason Heitmann, Assistant Engineer - Jay Vicari, Mixing Engineer

(P) 2004 Aware Records LLC

2
Only Heart (Live in Philadelphia, PA & Hartford, CT, August 2004)
00:06:07

John Mayer, Associated Performer, Composer, Guitar, Lyricist, Main Artist - David Ryan Harris, Guitar - Michael Chaves, Guitar - J.J. Johnson, Drums - Kevin Lovejoy, Keyboards - David LaBruyere, Bass - Chris Karlic, Flute, Saxophone - Bernie Herms, Producer - Chad Franscoviak, Engineer - Scott Frey, Assistant Engineer - Jason Heitmann, Assistant Engineer - Jay Vicari, Mixing Engineer

(P) 2004 Aware Records LLC

3
Something's Missing (Live in Philadelphia, PA & Hartford, CT, August 2004)
00:06:31

John Mayer, Associated Performer, Composer, Guitar, Lyricist, Main Artist - David Ryan Harris, Guitar - Michael Chaves, Guitar - J.J. Johnson, Drums - Kevin Lovejoy, Keyboards - David LaBruyere, Bass - Chris Karlic, Flute, Saxophone - Bernie Herms, Producer - Chad Franscoviak, Engineer - Scott Frey, Assistant Engineer - Jason Heitmann, Assistant Engineer - Jay Vicari, Mixing Engineer

(P) 2004 Aware Records LLC

4
New Deep (Live in Philadelphia, PA & Hartford, CT, August 2004)
00:04:27

John Mayer, Associated Performer, Composer, Guitar, Lyricist, Main Artist - David Ryan Harris, Guitar - Michael Chaves, Guitar - J.J. Johnson, Drums - Kevin Lovejoy, Keyboards - David LaBruyere, Bass - Chris Karlic, Flute, Saxophone - Bernie Herms, Producer - Chad Franscoviak, Engineer - Scott Frey, Assistant Engineer - Jason Heitmann, Assistant Engineer - Jay Vicari, Mixing Engineer

(P) 2004 Aware Records LLC

5
Daughters (Live in Philadelphia, PA & Hartford, CT, August 2004)
00:06:43

John Mayer, Associated Performer, Composer, Guitar, Lyricist, Main Artist - David Ryan Harris, Guitar - Michael Chaves, Guitar - J.J. Johnson, Drums - Kevin Lovejoy, Keyboards - David LaBruyere, Bass - Chris Karlic, Flute, Saxophone - Bernie Herms, Producer - Chad Franscoviak, Engineer - Scott Frey, Assistant Engineer - Jason Heitmann, Assistant Engineer - Jay Vicari, Mixing Engineer

(P) 2004 Aware Records LLC

6
My Stupid Mouth (Live at Tweeter Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, August 2004)
00:04:49

John Mayer, Associated Performer, Composer, Guitar, Lyricist, Main Artist - David Ryan Harris, Guitar - Michael Chaves, Guitar - J.J. Johnson, Drums - Kevin Lovejoy, Keyboards - David LaBruyere, Bass - Chris Karlic, Flute, Saxophone - No producer (live recording), Producer - Chad Franscoviak, Engineer - Scott Frey, Assistant Engineer - Jason Heitmann, Assistant Engineer - Jay Vicari, Mixing Engineer

(P) 2004 Aware Records LLC

7
Covered in Rain (Live at Tweeter Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, August 2004)
00:08:50

John Mayer, Associated Performer, Composer, Guitar, Lyricist, Main Artist - David Ryan Harris, Guitar - Michael Chaves, Guitar - J.J. Johnson, Drums - Kevin Lovejoy, Keyboards - David LaBruyere, Bass - Chris Karlic, Flute, Saxophone - No producer (live recording), Producer - Chad Franscoviak, Engineer - Scott Frey, Assistant Engineer - Jason Heitmann, Assistant Engineer - Jay Vicari, Mixing Engineer

(P) 2004 Aware Records LLC

8
Come Back to Bed (Live in Philadelphia, PA & Hartford, CT, August 2004)
00:08:14

John Mayer, Associated Performer, Composer, Guitar, Lyricist, Main Artist - David Ryan Harris, Guitar - Michael Chaves, Guitar - J.J. Johnson, Drums - Kevin Lovejoy, Keyboards - David LaBruyere, Bass - Chris Karlic, Flute, Saxophone - Bernie Herms, Producer - Chad Franscoviak, Engineer - Scott Frey, Assistant Engineer - Jason Heitmann, Assistant Engineer - Jay Vicari, Mixing Engineer

(P) 2004 Aware Records LLC

9
83 (Live in Philadelphia, PA & Hartford, CT, August 2004)
00:08:29

John Mayer, Associated Performer, Composer, Guitar, Lyricist, Main Artist - David Ryan Harris, Guitar - Michael Chaves, Guitar - J.J. Johnson, Drums - Kevin Lovejoy, Keyboards - David LaBruyere, Bass - Chris Karlic, Flute, Saxophone - Bernie Herms, Producer - Chad Franscoviak, Engineer - Scott Frey, Assistant Engineer - Jason Heitmann, Assistant Engineer - Jay Vicari, Mixing Engineer

(P) 2004 Aware Records LLC

10
Hummingbird (Live in Philadelphia, PA & Hartford, CT, August 2004)
00:04:15

John Mayer, Associated Performer, Composer, Guitar, Lyricist, Main Artist - David Ryan Harris, Guitar - Michael Chaves, Guitar - J.J. Johnson, Drums - Kevin Lovejoy, Keyboards - David LaBruyere, Bass - Chris Karlic, Flute, Saxophone - Bernie Herms, Producer - Chad Franscoviak, Engineer - Scott Frey, Assistant Engineer - Jason Heitmann, Assistant Engineer - Jay Vicari, Mixing Engineer

(P) 2004 Aware Records LLC

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