John Mayer is allowing fans to stream his new CD, “Paradise Valley”, on iTunes a week before its scheduled release. This is Mayer’s sixth studio album and features guest appearances by Katy Perry and Frank Ocean. Those who opt to preorder the album will instantly receive a download of the cut ‘Wildfire’ followed by the entire album on August 20th.

John Mayer has strong connections with Apple. He helped Steve Jobs introduce GarageBand 1.0 back in 2007 and even received one of the very first MacBook Airs back in 2008.

Just don’t go downloading it for free, OK?

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3 Responses to “John Mayer’s new ‘Paradise Valley’ album now available to stream on iTunes”

  1. Jeff Stone says:

    This was in 2004…


  2. getni says:

    Just remember kids, the “free” version they’re talking about there is one long stream with no metadata. One would theoretically have to cut up the individual tracks, then put in all the data by hand. I mean, you know, theoretically. Totally not worth it according to someone I know who did it. Just go buy the album.

    As for the Mayer album, true Mayer-heads will like it, but some will find far too much country influence on a few of the songs. Overall though, totally solid album. Recommend that you stream it at least once before you buy it so you know what you’re getting into.


  3. Someone actually downloaded the 320 kbs stream, cut the songs, and gave it to me and the rest of the world. It’s on . The album is fantastic!!! Ill be playing this for many months to come.