Life Is Good
Download links and information about Life Is Good by Jason Mraz. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 5 tracks with total duration of 24:20 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk|
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|1.||Freedom Song (Live)||4:47|
|2.||San Disco Reggaefornia (Live)||4:52|
|4.||What Mama Say (Live)||5:49|
It's obvious that Jason Mraz understands the rabid cravings of the true music fan. With his 2010 live EP Life Is Good, Mraz not only bestows fans with a jazz-infused take on fan-favorite "Coyotes," but he also gives up four previously unreleased songs. A breezy cover of Luc & The Lovingtons' "Freedom Song" opens with buoyant reggae rhythms as Mraz waxes coastal over soulful backing singers. If you've ever found yourself in Tijuana on a Saturday night, the hyper-festive "San Disco Reggaefornia" will make perfect sense. Somewhat of a departure for Mraz, the tune is an insta-hit influenced by both Miami Sound Machine's 1985 hit, "Conga" and Eminem, as Mraz busts some meter-perfect rhymes — that's right, he actually raps on this one. The familiar sounding "Up" name-checks Gene Wilder before Mraz drops Willy Wonka references while the tune tastefully taps into his own "Live High" from 2008's We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things. "What Mama Say" is the strongest (and most fun) cut here, sounding inspired by the Pointer Sisters' contributions to Sesame Street in the '70s.