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Mayer was vivid and virtuosic in his self-laceration.“What has to happen for a guy to believe that he’s totally well-adjusted and be that far out of touch? “My GPS was shattered, just shattered.”At 32 and obsessed with outsmarting the idea of a “clichéd rock star,” he explained, “I started to invent my own grenade.” (His big mouth.) He was “a Mack Truck without brakes.” Tabloid fame was “a human-growth hormone” and “extracurricular stuff” anyway, Mr. “I basically realized I’m no good at that, so I’m going to drop that major.” Also: “What I did was probably semiconsciously just reboot it — control, alt, delete.” “It was an induced coma.” His career had “flatlined.” “It was cat and mouse,” he said, “and the mouse lost.”Now approaching 40, “I’m old enough to look back on my life and go: ‘That’s probably the photonegative shot in ‘Behind the Music,’” Mr. “Coming up after the break — boom — the downfall.”In reality, after those turbulent moments he moved to Montana, grew out his hair and made two more major-label albums — “Born and Raised” and “Paradise Valley” — that were less “Your Body Is a Wonderland” and more Laurel Canyon. “There’s no sexuality there.” The relatively modest sales reflected that. I want to make music and be thought of as attractive.
" Mayer, 32, replies: "I don't think I open myself to it. I’ve got a Benetton heart and a fu*kin’ David Duke c*ck. Kerry Washington would break your heart like a white girl.
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LOS ANGELES — John Mayer can explain where he’s been.
Mayer “thought long and hard about how to approach” the “fantasy element” of the concept without offending. “Do I think that someone is going to tweet that this is cultural appropriation? Mayer, who has often found himself overcompensating for his pristine but often edgeless bluesy pop and coffeehouse soul.
“I hope there’s an understanding that we were sensitive to it,” he said. “My instincts as a musician are not exactly my instincts as a listener or a member of the world.