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Brushfire Fairytales
 : Brushfire Fairytales



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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: JOHNSON,JACK
EAN: 0042286099422
Feature: JOHNSON JACK BRUSHFIRE FAIRYTALES
Item Dimensions: 2550013575
Label: Umvd Labels
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Umvd Labels
MPN: 6 3 08609942
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: September 01, 2006
Publisher: Umvd Labels
Release Date: January 29, 2002
Studio: Umvd Labels

Features:
  • JOHNSON JACK BRUSHFIRE FAIRYTALES



Disc 1:
  1. Inaudible Melodies
  2. Middle Man
  3. Posters
  4. Sexy Plexi
  5. Flake
  6. Bubble Toes
  7. Fortunate Fool
  8. The News
  9. Drink the Water
  10. Mudfootball
  11. F-Stop Blues
  12. Losing Hope
  13. It's All Understood
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Fans of Willy Porter, Ben Harper, and G. Love will all want to check out Jack Johnson's engaging folk- and blues-inflected pop. Born in Oahu, Hawaii, Johnson, a former surfer and film-school graduate, has a knack for acoustic ballads whose calm surfaces hide a subtle but strong lyrical undertow. "It seems to me that 'maybe' pretty much always means 'no,'" sings Johnson on "Flake," which features crony Harper on slide guitar. Production by J.P. Plunier (who also handles Harper's recordings) is simple and uncluttered: acoustic guitar and drum tracks share the foreground with Johnson's easygoing vocals, which evoke everyone from G. Love (who recorded Johnson's "Rodeo Clowns" on his Philadelphonic album) to Nick Drake to Willy Porter. And while Johnson may not have Porter's guitar chops, these songs have a relaxed beauty and understated depth that reward repeated listening. --Bill Forman

Amazon.com:
Fans of Willy Porter, Ben Harper, and G. Love will all want to check out Jack Johnson's engaging folk- and blues-inflected pop. Born in Oahu, Hawaii, Johnson, a former surfer and film-school graduate, has a knack for acoustic ballads whose calm surfaces hide a subtle but strong lyrical undertow. "It seems to me that 'maybe' pretty much always means 'no,'" sings Johnson on "Flake," which features crony Harper on slide guitar. Production by J.P. Plunier (who also handles Harper's recordings) is simple and uncluttered: acoustic guitar and drum tracks share the foreground with Johnson's easygoing vocals, which evoke everyone from G. Love (who recorded Johnson's "Rodeo Clowns" on his Philadelphonic album) to Nick Drake to Willy Porter. And while Johnson may not have Porter's guitar chops, these songs have a relaxed beauty and understated depth that reward repeated listening. --Bill Forman



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