From Here to Now to You - Jack Johnson

From Here to Now to You

Jack Johnson

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2013-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • ℗ 2013 Jack Johnson


Title Artist Time
I Got You Jack Johnson 2:59 USD 1.29
Washing Dishes Jack Johnson 3:26 USD 1.29
Shot Reverse Shot Jack Johnson 3:10 USD 1.29
Never Fade Jack Johnson 4:02 USD 1.29
Tape Deck Jack Johnson 3:21 USD 1.29
Don't Believe a Thing I Say Jack Johnson 3:14 USD 1.29
As I Was Saying Jack Johnson 3:45 USD 1.29
You Remind Me of You Jack Johnson 2:24 USD 1.29
Radiate Jack Johnson 4:15 USD 1.29
Ones and Zeros Jack Johnson 4:27 USD 1.29
Change Jack Johnson 3:14 USD 1.29
Home Jack Johnson 3:01 USD 1.29


  • Still Amazing

    By Kdmdme
    Jack is still amazing as ever. He continues to awe me with his music and it is what i grew up with and what i will always listen to. I think that it's one of his best albums yet and i hope that everyone else enjoys it as much as i am. Thank you to my all-time hero!
  • Jack is great again

    By 18holliday92
    Anyone who says that this album can't make you feel good, like his last one is not thinking clearly. Not only that, but the big thing here is who this person is to listeners. Jack Johnson is a good role model for people. He additionally has a soothing voice and wonderful accompaniment. His message is positive and delivered masterfully. This is a person who should be proud of his craft. The role models of today are all about sending backward messages of hate and lack of taste. It is refreshing to stick with a positive person like Jack when I am in need of some audible satisfaction. This album is another treasure presented to us by an artist who has realized his talent and brought it to the world. Thank you, JJ.
  • amazing as usual

    By pennyrod
    LOVE every song on this album. Saw him live when he was touring for it, absolutely amazing
  • No Digital Booklet?

    By SSGiles
    Love the album, like all the others. Maybe my favorite yet. However, this is the first one with no digital booklet with the iTunes version? Why is that?
  • Classic Jack

    By JackJohnson inc.
    The more I listen to this album the more I love it. Every song is great. Without a doubt this album has a somewhat mellow undertone but it's relatively diverse in its song types. If you like jack from his other albums this one falls right in line with the greats.
  • Great as usual

    By LfGrdMike
    Nuff said.
  • beautiful

    By Margarita8
    Keep making beautiful songs Jack
  • Better than I first thought

    By BrianSwaldi
    When I first bought this, I was prepared to give this album a 4 star rating. That would be the lowest rating I'd ever given to a Jack album. I'm glad that I gave this album time to simmer. It turned out to be better than its first impression. This is the kind of album that grows on you with time. It's still not as good as most of his albums, but it is still 5 star fare that we've come to expect from Jack. He's still one of the very best. I love his music so much that I get hyper-critical when he releases new material because I am so fearful that he's changed the style I love so much or that he's aged out of being who he is. I don't want the era of Jack's music to be over. And this album is not a sign of that, thankfully. You just can't compare the vibe and vocals that Jack puts forth on this and all of his albums. He's the yardstick that I judge all other musicians by. The gold standard. There's just a hint of rawness on this album and I like it. If you listen carefully, there's just a touch of low-fi going on, but not too much. Most of the songs on here are 4 star quality. Like I said, it's not his best, but I'd venture to say that it's still better than his first album and more consistant than To the Sea. Where there were a couple of standout hits on To the Sea, there's no hits here that stand out, per se, but every song is much more solid overall. Fewer weaker songs here. Tape Deck was one that continues to grow on me. I love the guitar and Zach Gill's signature sound in this tune. The album does weaken a bit towards the end. The three 3 star songs are all on the last third of this album. Only I Got You and Home approach 5 star quality here. That's a far lower number of superlative songs than on any previous Jack release. Home doesn't count, however, as any avid Jack Johnson fan has owned that song for years and years. It's odd to release it on this album, so many years since appearing on Brokedown Melody. Sure it's a slightly different vibe, but not that different. This is a romantic album. I both like that and am mildly bored by it. There's also just a touch less rappiness than we'd see on previous albums. One customer review said that he felt that Jack had phoned this one in. I wouldn't quite go that far, but there is an occasional feeling of a lack of energy. Could be a sign of just mellowing more with age. But it's still Jack and it's still great. Can I get an Amen?
  • eh

    By dont have one :)
    Not a favorite at all, being used to “On and On” Jack Johnson, this album does not even compare. Pop is too prominent in consideration of Jack Johnson’s amazing voice and guitar skills. I hope he goes back to his original style
  • Awesome tunes

    By The Burkhart
    Me and my sister and parents and lots of our friends and family love you jack! I have all your songs on my iPod ever and you are awesome! We just bought 8 tickets today to see you at the blossom music center on may 30th! You're the music I listen to no matter what mood I'm in or when I want some good sleep. I will never get tired of your music, from Better Together to Washing Dishes!

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