Jack Johnson-To The Sea Vinyl LP Record
Jack Johnson-To The Sea Vinyl LP Record available in Bangladesh at Multimedia Kingdom. To the Sea is the fifth studio album by singer-songwriter Jack Johnson, released on May 26, 2010 in Japan, May 31, 2010 in the United Kingdom and June 1, 2010 in the United States, through Universal Republic Records and Brushfire Music Group. The album debuted at number 1 in the United States, selling 243,000 copies in its first week.
Background and recording
On January 19, 2010, Johnson and his band reported that they had entered the studio to begin work on a new album, and on February 1, the band announced that their currently untitled fifth studio album was slated for a June 1 release, to be followed by a world tour. The album was recorded over three weeks in Johnson’s two solar-powered studios, The Mango Tree in Hawaii and the Solar Powered Plastic Plant in Los Angeles. To the Sea was released on Johnson’s own label, Brushfire Records, with the first single, “You and Your Heart”, already released on radio and iTunes.
At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an average score of 69, based on 12 reviews, which indicates “generally favorable reviews”. Stephen Thomas Erlewine from All music rated it four stars and commented: “Call it the signature of a surfer so bleached by the sun that he rushes nothing, but To the Sea substitutes the sunset strum-alongs of his earliest records for a sleek daytime sheen that might glimmer too brightly for hippies but it makes for a better overall pop record.
- You and Your Heart
- To the Sea
- No Good with Faces
- At or With Me
- When I Look Up
- From the Clouds
- My Little Girl
- Turn Your Love
- The Upsetter
- Red Wine, Mistakes, Mythology
- Pictures of People Taking Pictures
- Anything but the Truth
- Only the Ocean
Is Discontinued by Manufacturer: No
Product Dimensions: 4.92 x 5.47 x 0.31 inches; 2.54 Ounces
Item model number: 8430421
Original Release Date: 2010
SPARS Code: DDD
Date First Available: March 13, 2010
Number of discs: 1
Mike Diver from BBC Music analyzed that: “Should he ever stretch himself as a musician the results could be fascinating – think The Beach Boys before Pet Sounds, and what they felt capable of afterwards – but right now he’s operating in a comfort zone that should guarantee continued commercial success. Margaret Wappler from the Los Angeles Times said: “It’s the most genuine sentiment on a record from a simple but ambitious man whose real-life philanthropic and environmentally sound practices aim to soothe the world, one bro or surfer girl at a time.