How Do You Do

von Mayer Hawthorne

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How Do You Do von Mayer Hawthorne

How Do You Do

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It's only right that Mayer Hawthorne breaks out his Michael McDonald impersonation on How Do You Do: Both aspire to soul music that's authentic and without "blue-eyed" qualifiers, and redefined that category in the process. He hasn't changed since 2009's A Strange Arrangement, but this album is better produced, and songs like "A Long Time" have stronger musical arrangements. His retro-soul persona is still gimmicky, but that's not a bad thing: The '70s doo-wop of "Get to Know You," and Snoop Dogg's off-key vocal on "Can't Stop" are cute and cuddly in all the right ways.

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It's only right that Mayer Hawthorne breaks out his Michael McDonald impersonation on How Do You Do: Both aspire to soul music that's authentic and without "blue-eyed" qualifiers, and redefined that category in the process. He hasn't changed since 2009's A Strange Arrangement, but this album is better produced, and songs like "A Long Time" have stronger musical arrangements. His retro-soul persona is still gimmicky, but that's not a bad thing: The '70s doo-wop of "Get to Know You," and Snoop Dogg's off-key vocal on "Can't Stop" are cute and cuddly in all the right ways.

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It's only right that Mayer Hawthorne breaks out his Michael McDonald impersonation on How Do You Do: Both aspire to soul music that's authentic and without "blue-eyed" qualifiers, and redefined that category in the process. He hasn't changed since 2009's A Strange Arrangement, but this album is better produced, and songs like "A Long Time" have stronger musical arrangements. His retro-soul persona is still gimmicky, but that's not a bad thing: The '70s doo-wop of "Get to Know You," and Snoop Dogg's off-key vocal on "Can't Stop" are cute and cuddly in all the right ways.
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