In Between Dreams Jack Johnson and Friends

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Album-Release:
2005

HRA-Release:
27.05.2014

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  • 1Better Together03:28
  • 2Never Know03:33
  • 3Banana Pancakes03:12
  • 4Good People03:29
  • 5No Other Way03:10
  • 6Sitting, Waiting, Wishing03:04
  • 7Staple It Together03:16
  • 8Situations01:17
  • 9Crying Shame03:06
  • 10If I Could02:25
  • 11Breakdown03:33
  • 12Belle01:43
  • 13Do You Remember02:24
  • 14Constellations03:22
  • Total Runtime41:02

Info for In Between Dreams

Sounding at times like a more laid-back G. Love (without the rap tendencies), Johnson celebrates the simple pleasures and asks the big questions with the childlike innocence that only someone living in a literal paradise could muster. 'Banana Pancakes' is a Harry Nilsson-like groover that urges listeners to skip work and enjoy themselves every so often, while 'Good People' decries the age of reality television with a poignancy reminiscent of Donovan at his free-spirited best. Perhaps the track that most accurately encapsulates Johnson's unique less-is-more approach, however, is 'Belle,' a jazzy ditty that clocks in at less than two minutes and lets a swooning accordion tell the bulk of the story.

A former professional surfer and self-proclaimed beach bum, Jack Johnson is an unlikely candidate for rock-star status. Somehow, however, this everyman's mellow pop songs seem to tap into a commonly held desire for the simple life. The formula on IN BETWEEN DREAMS doesn't vary much from Johnson's previous albums, but is no less engaging--delicately strummed acoustic guitar, round bass lines, and gently funky drum patterns form a comforting bed for the Hawaii native's effortlessly soulful R&B-meets-folk vocals.

Jack Johnson, vocals, guitar
Merlo Podlewski, bass
Adam Topol, drums

Recorded at Mango Tree, Hawaii in October 2004
Mixed and engineered by Mario Caldato, Jr. and Robert Carranza
Mastered by Bernie Grundman
Produced by Mario Caldato, Jr.

Digitally remastered

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Jack Johnson
blissful acoustics and surf-rock vocals have captivated an audience beyond the beaches of southern California. Johnson has been a staple on the summer tour scene since releasing his debut album in 2001 and this year is no different. Jack Johnson tour dates are currently scheduled internationally in support of his most recent album, To The Sea.

Johnson hails from the Big Island of Hawaii and was a professional surfer by his teens. His brief surfing career included a Quicksilver sponsorship and an invitation to the Pipeline Master's that ended with 150 stitches and a few missing teeth. With his surf career on hold, Johnson enrolled at the University of California - Santa Barbara where he graduated with a degree in film. He met his soulmate and future wife while at college and she serves as the inspiration to many of his songs.

After befriending recording artist G. Love, Johnson headed to the studio and the two created the track "Rodeo Clowns" for G. Love's album Philadelphonic. Johnson also put his film degree to good use and co-directed the surf documentary Thicker Than Water in 2000. He then recorded a demo that made its way to producer, J. P. Plunier, who produced his debut album Brushfire Fairytales in 2001. The album was a platinum success and it featured his signature song "Flake". Jack Johnson's concert schedule included a national tour and a sold-out show at the Hollywood Bowl.

Johnson was quick to return with a follow-up, On and On, in 2003 which was recorded at his studio, The Mango Tree, in Hawaii. The album continued along with his acoustic-rock ready anthems and was another platinum hit. Johnson spent the rest of the decade recording and touring. He released In Between Dreams in 2005 which became his first #1 album on the Billboard 200 followed by Sing-A-Longs and Lullabies for the Film Curious George which also hit #1. Johnson's next album Sleep Through the Static reenlisted JP Plunier as producer and was recorded at a studio that used 100% solar energy. The album was released in 2008 and became his third #1 platinum album. Jack Johnson's concert schedule included a worldwide, and whirlwind tour, that played throughout the year. Live versions of his most popular songs were captured at certain Jack Johnson concert dates and were compiled for his first live album En Concert in 2009.

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