John Mayer stunning strumming of 'Human Nature'

Before his attachments to <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB000179" title="Jennifer Aniston" href="/topic/entertainment/jennifer-aniston-PECLB000179.topic">Jennifer Aniston</a> (and <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB003704" title="Jessica Simpson" href="/topic/entertainment/music/jessica-simpson-PECLB003704.topic">Jessica Simpson</a> and <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB002365" title="Jennifer Love Hewitt" href="/topic/entertainment/jennifer-love-hewitt-PECLB002365.topic">Jennifer Love Hewitt</a>), Mayer was best  known  as a legit pop singer-songwriter with <i>serious</i> guitar skills.<br>
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Unadorned by vocals, his stripped-down version of "Human Nature," itself a gentle if haunting ballad from "Thriller," proved a poignant reminder of Jackson's versatility as an artist, by turns striking and smooth.
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( Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images / July 7, 2009 )

Before his attachments to Jennifer Aniston (and Jessica Simpson and Jennifer Love Hewitt), Mayer was best known as a legit pop singer-songwriter with serious guitar skills.

Unadorned by vocals, his stripped-down version of "Human Nature," itself a gentle if haunting ballad from "Thriller," proved a poignant reminder of Jackson's versatility as an artist, by turns striking and smooth.

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