‘In Between Dreams’ with Jack Johnson

Are you into the whole singer-songwriter thing? Do you like acoustic rock? If so, then Jack Johnson’s newest release is just what you’re looking for.

Originally from Hawaii, more specifically, Oahu’s famous North Shore, Johnson first started out as a star of surf films.

In 2002, he made his way into the music industry when the art of the solo singer-songwriter was becoming popular once again, with his album “Brushfire Fairytales,” which had popular songs such as “Flake” and “Bubble Toes.”

In 2003, he came back with his sophomore release “On and On,” as well as working on music for the surf film, “Thicker than Water.”

Now, he’s back again in 2005 for another round with “In Between Dreams,” and is still delivering the same powerful acoustic-rock songs.

If you’re looking for an album that’s perfect to blast at home on a weekend afternoon when you’re just trying to relax, or wanting something to play when you’re in the car and stuck in traffic, then this album will work for you. It is relaxing and enjoyable.

On the love ballad “Better Together,” Johnson’s guitar sounds like the waves of Hawaii.

In the song “Good People,” where he talks about the media and how the information is incorrect and misleading.

Musically and lyrically this album is perfect for any occasion. Whether you’re looking for something to relax to on one of those lazy days, or looking for the perfect love song for that significant other. “In Between Dreams” is worth getting from start to finish and it will be one of those albums that you will not regret buying.