16 Songs, 43 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Jack Johnson pumps his funky grooves with a little extra sass on 2003's On and On. Even his most serious social commentaries get soaked in sunshine: The singer/songwriter's warm, lulling croons will have you renouncing capitalism (the effervescent reggae swing of "The Horizon Has Been Defeated") and all of your material things (the minimalist acoustic rhythms of "Gone") in exchange for a beach and a hammock. In case you aren't convinced, the woozy, bluesy "Wasting Time" will prove it's all worth it.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Jack Johnson pumps his funky grooves with a little extra sass on 2003's On and On. Even his most serious social commentaries get soaked in sunshine: The singer/songwriter's warm, lulling croons will have you renouncing capitalism (the effervescent reggae swing of "The Horizon Has Been Defeated") and all of your material things (the minimalist acoustic rhythms of "Gone") in exchange for a beach and a hammock. In case you aren't convinced, the woozy, bluesy "Wasting Time" will prove it's all worth it.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
26 Ratings

26 Ratings

ChrisArmi843 ,

Goat

Goat

UncommonLoon ,

Great but has its flaws

Some of my Jack Johnson favorites are in this album, like Times Like These and Taylor. However, the second half of the album gets extremely repetitive. Overall, listen to it and see what you think.

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