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Hius debut album, Waiting for My Rocket to Come, is packed with witty, wordy, smart, funky and asto nishingly catchy pop songs that do right by the best singer/songwriter traditions of Elektra. The album was produced by John Alagia, who has worked with Dave Matthews Band and John Mayer, among othe rs.
Hius debut album, Waiting for My Rocket to Come, is packed with witty, wordy, smart, funky and asto nishingly catchy pop songs that do right by the best singer/songwriter traditions of Elektra. The album was produced by John Alagia, who has worked with Dave Matthews Band and John Mayer, among othe rs.
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Format: CD
Label: EA
Catalog: 62829
Rel. Date: 06/02/2003
UPC: 075596282925

Waiting for My Rocket to Come
Artist: Jason Mraz
Format: CD
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Hius debut album, Waiting for My Rocket to Come, is packed with witty, wordy, smart, funky and asto nishingly catchy pop songs that do right by the best singer/songwriter traditions of Elektra. The album was produced by John Alagia, who has worked with Dave Matthews Band and John Mayer, among othe rs.

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''Waiting for My Rocket to Come'' is the major-label debut album by American singer/songwriter Jason Mraz, released in 2002. - Wikipedia

Although Jason Mraz is a young man, he is by no means an overnight sensation.In the three years since his decision to pursue music, he's found a manager,a band, a regular and popular gig in his adopted home of San Diego, recordeda demo, an EP and two live albums, signed a major label contract and recordedhis first album, the impressively diverse acoustic/electric hip-hop/folk/popjoy of Waiting for My Rocket to Come. Producer John Alagia (Dave MatthewsBand, John Mayer) enlisted former members of Agents of Good Roots to back Mrazon Rocket, and the chemistry between Mraz, Alagia, and the Agents turnsout to be a potent one. Rocket fairly shimmers with Mraz's G. Love-meets-AniDiFranco energy, and Alagia's touches and the Agents' expertise addelements of R&B, pop, and folk to the mix for an irresistible genre gumbothat satisfies on a surprising number of levels without resorting to slick hipness.
        
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