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  Brushfire Fairytales  
  Jack Johnson  
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Former G. Love and Special Sauce songwriter doing his own material. If you like Ben Harper or G. Love, that sort of urban folk-blues sound, give him a try.

The title track is pretty darned good as a single, Sexy Plexi has a certain groove to it, and I like Fortunate Fool. The rest of the album generates a very nice “back of the head” vibe for just existing.

The wife and I strongly recommend it if you’re painting your house. It is very good house-painting music. Really.

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  This is a mini-review composed to go along with Malimus' 2002 Year In Review list. It might make sense to read that whole list.  

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