|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Indo-Jazz Suite||4||Audio||1999||Koch Jazz|
|6||Etudes||7||Audio||2008||First Hand Records|
|7||Shanta Quintet For Sitar And Strings / String Quartet No. 5||2||Audio||1967-10-00||Columbia|
|10||Quintette Pour Sitar Et Cordes / Quatuor A Cordes N°5 OP.43 No. 5||2||Audio||1967-00-00||La Voix De Son Maître|
b. Calcutta, Bengal, British India, October 28, 1930
d. United Kingdom, March 9, 2004
John Mayer was a violinist and an Indian composer known primarily for his fusions of jazz with Indian music. He worked as a violinist with the London Philharmonic Orchestra (1953-58), with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (1958-65), but was also composing fusions of Hindustani classical and Western classical forms from 1952 onwards. In the 1960s he worked extensively with the Jamaican jazz musician [a=Joe Harriott].