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  1. In Between Dreams Medley 
  2. Never Know 
  3. Taylor 
  4. Sitting Waiting Wishing 
  5. Flake 
  6. Breakdown 
  7. Bubble Toes 
  8. Staple It Together 
  9. If I Could 
  10. Rodeo Clowns 
  11. Mudfootball (For Moe Lerner) 
  12. Fall Line 
  13. No Other Way 
  14. Better Together 
  15. Banana Pancakes 
  16. Gone 
  17. It's All Understood 
  18. Cookie Jar 
  19. Pirate at 40 
  20. Heading Home (w/ Donavon) 
  21. Wasting Time 
  22. Horizon Has Been Defeated/Bad Fish 
  23. The News 
  24. Inaudible Melodies 
  25. Times Like These 

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Jack Johnson

A Weekend At The Greek & Live In Japan (DVD)

Released 21.11.05

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About this album

This two DVD set encompasses two separate films, A Weekend at the Greek (shot at Berkeley's famed Greek Theatre at the beginning of his US tour to promote his latest album In Between Dreams) and Live in Japan (shot in Japan at the end of the worldwide tour to promote his second album On and On) as well as over 30 minutes of bonus footage. Directed by The Malloys, both films blend concert performance with intimate interviews and backstage footage.

Live in Japan captures Jack's band in its original trio form, with Bassist Merlo Podlewski and drummer Adam Topol touring Japan in front of rapt Japanese audiences performing selections from Brushfire Fairytales and On and On as well as an early version of Banana Pancakes which appears on In Between Dreams. Donavon Frankenreiter and Money Mark make guest appearances.

Shortly after the completion of the Japanese tour, the band convened in Hawaii to record his new album In Between Dreams, with Zach Gill from Animal Liberation Orchestra adding piano and accordion. A Weekend at The Greek captures the band's expanded sound and 4 piece lineup ( Gill joined as a touring member of the band) as well as sit ins from the growing Brushire Records family (G. Love, ALO, Money Mark and Matt Costa ). Filmed over two nights at one of the bands favorite venues, the film captures the magical connection between artist and audience, as well as providing glimpses at the creative process that yielded those crowd favorites. The total running time of the two disks exceeds 3 hours, and both feature stereo and 5.1 audio

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