Album Title

Jack Johnson
Brushfire Fairytales
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First Released

2000

Genre

Pop

Mood

Relaxed

Style

Folk

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Release Format

Album

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Album Description
Brushfire Fairytales is the name of the debut album by singer-songwriter Jack Johnson. It was released in 2001 through Everloving Recordings. The record achieved a moderate degree of fame for Johnson, who has stated that he never intended to pursue a career in music, already majored in film studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. It features straightforward pop arrangements of Johnson's songs, primarily medium-paced acoustic-rock.
The album's primary musicians are: Jack Johnson (vocals/guitars/piano), Adam Topol (drums/percussion) and Merlo Podlewski (bass). It was produced by J. P. Plunier, recorded and mixed by Todd Burke, with assistant engineers Andrew Alekel & Chad Essig. It was recorded at Grandmaster Recorders, King Sound, and mastered by Dave Collins. Guests include Tommy Jordan (steel drums on "Flake") and Ben Harper (slide guitar on "Flake").


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