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Jack Johnson & Friends - Best of Kokua Festival (A Benefit for the Kokua Hawaii Foundation)

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Packed with notable collaborations from Jack Johnson’s annual Kokua Festival in Hawaii, this collection boasts a who’s who of folk, reggae, and rock musicians cross-pollinating their unique talents. Ziggy Marley and ukulele great Paula Fuga unite Jamaican and Hawaiian cultures on the tender plea “Cry Cry Cry.” Latin funk collective Ozomatli and G. Love get the dance party started with the playfully groovy “Mudfootball.” And when Willie Nelson, Ben Harper, and Johnson turn the honky-tonk classic “Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain” into breezy tropical pop, you can practically feel the palm trees sway.

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The greatest thing I've ever heard. Every song on it is my favourite song on the album. It's entirely perfect. Best use of 9.99 I've ever spent. You need it.

Mahalo from Canada!

Mahalo from Canada!

What the......?????

does anyone have any idea what the heck Jr.Gong is saying in that song??????


Born: May 18, 1975 in Oahu, Hawaii

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Before Jack Johnson became the 21st century kingpin of beachside pop/rock, he was a champion surfer on the professional circuit. The sport was second nature to the Hawaiian native, who began chasing waves as a toddler and, by the age of 17, had become an outstanding athlete on the Banzai Pipeline. However, Johnson was also testing other creative outlets -- specifically film and music -- and a serious surfing accident during his first professional competition convinced him to devote more time to those...
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