Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Where The Light Is John Mayer Live In Los Angeles|
Actor: John Mayer
Director: Danny Clinch
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
Where The Light Is: John Mayer Live in Los Angeles captures the multi-Grammy® Award-winning, Platinum-selling singer/songwriter in the element where fans love him the most: live on stage. This special concert includes thr... more »
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John Is In His Atmosphere Again
Melissa Curran | Columbus, OH | 07/02/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"As soon as I ripped open my "Where the Light Is" Live DVD I watched it all the way through. John manages to capture the audience with new tweakings of his top songs. The man continues to amaze me because he is his own worst critic and he is never satisfied, which ends up being a treat for anyone willing to be a fan for years. This DVD contains numerous songs in which he expands and elaborates his vocals..top notch John, top notch. Buy this- you won't be disappointed."
The greatest concert film ever made!
J. Francis | Nashville, TN USA | 07/01/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I'll just start off by saying that I was fortunate enough to sit front row at this concert. It was definitely the best concert I have ever been to. This is pertinent because I witnessed it live and have now seen it in recorded form. I must say, that this film accurately and genuinely captures the magic and electricity of that night.
The film is amazing as well. I say film, because it's not just a concert video. There are also bits of commentary and insight from John Mayer. This, combined with the inspiring cinemaphotography, precise editing, and the great music itself, makes for a rediculously enjoyable experience. Even if you are not a fan of Mayer's music, you'll have to agree that this is simply a great film, based on the high production quality alone. I, like many others, am a huge live music fan and own many concerts on DVD, Blu-Ray, CD, etc., but this beautiful example of "pure" art certainly ranks at the top and anyone would be doing a disservice to themselves by not adding it to their collection."
Much Better Than I Expected
Nicholas B. Vignovich | Naperville, IL USA | 07/02/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I can honestly say that I was not a huge John Mayer fan in the past because his music simply turned me off with his adult contemporary/pop songs such as Your Body Is A Wonderland. As of today however, he has become an incredible artist whose guitar playing can appeal to various guitar geeks, while his songs can appeal to a wide range of audiences ranging from teenage girls who just listen to him because he is "hot" or those who have an open mind to different types of music. I can say that I first became a fan of John Mayer with the Trio album and then I listened to Continuum. I was thinking it was just going to be another acoustic pop John Mayer record but I was sorely mistaken. This is my favorite album by Mr. Mayer because you get the John Mayer Trio (the blusey side that sounds a bit like SRV, Hendrix, Buddy Guy, BB King, etc.), the sensitive songwriter personality (even that part of the album isn't that bad), and the band set (which consists of mostly Continuum cuts) all in one package. This album proves that Mr. Mayer has matured as a musician and is a force to be reckoned with. I can honestly say that I now look forward to any future projects by John Mayer."
No suprises here
A. Klietz | 08/01/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"It is John Mayer. Whether you like him or hate. He has plenty of solos whether it was his acoustic stuff/ jazz/ blues, it was all there and plenty of it. It looked good and sounded better. Had a good variety of his music and displayed some of his best stuff.
Personally, I don't know what is so great about Gravity. The lyrics are great but I just feel the song never takes off. It is kinda blah the entire song. Other than that, every song is spot on. Just buy it.
If you have a blu-ray player, don't skimp out. But the Blu-ray. Otherwise, there is nothing wrong with the dvd and its 5.1 audio. If you have good speakers the music will image great. The rears are purely for fan noise and ambiance."