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Shimabukuro, Jake / Nashville Sessions
Album:Nashville Sessions Collection:World
Artist:Shimabukuro, Jake Added:09/2016
Label:Self-Release 

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Add Date:2016-10-04 Pull Date:2016-12-04 Charts:Reggae/World
Week Ending:27 Nov6 Nov30 Oct23 Oct16 Oct9 Oct
Airplays:123421

 Recent Airplay
1.Dec 06, 2016:Waste FM
Ballad
4.Nov 03, 2016:Melange
Galloping Seahorses
2.Nov 24, 2016:Melange
Celtic Tune
5.Oct 27, 2016:Melange
Ballad
3.Nov 05, 2016:Music Casserole
Blue Haiku
6.Oct 25, 2016:Clean Copper Radio
Galloping Seahorses

Album Review
Margy Kahn
Reviewed 2016-09-26 
Ukulele like you've never heard it before. Jake Shimabukaro plays virtuoso ukulele and mixes it up with synths and amps to experiment with new sounds segueing into jazz in recorded jam sessions; incredible range in style and approach

No FCC's; all instrumental; favorite tracks: 4, 6, 8, 9

1- Hemiola Blues: (1:23) – electro-uke intro

2- 6/8 –(7:06) – delicate soprano uke alternates with drums, bass for hypnotic jazz-like piece in 6/8 rhythm

3- Man of Mud (3:52) – starts out with standard driving electro-guitar rock rhythm, uke comes through more and more; overdrive distortion kicks in; abrupt end

*4- Galloping Seahorses (4:40) – begins with beautiful uke tremolo; beat picks up with light galloping sound; then really speeds up with some sustained drum work; lovely delicate ending

5- Motown (3:07) –comfortable little jazz tune opens up into heavy duty electro-uke

*6 – Celtic Tune (2:23) – floating on the hammered-on tones of the soprano uke; exquisite

7- Tritone (2:43) – gives you that Hawaiian feel backed with bass and drums; fast!

*8- Blue Haiku (5:41) – starts with pretty little soprano motif which repeats with drums; opens up; lovely harmonics punctuated with drumwork; tapers off

*9- Ballad (3:09) – starts with super-high harmonics; a little dreamy; bass underpins and anchors

10- F minor (3:14) – electro-uke starts vamp; bass repeats; drums and synth double; a little hypnotic

11-Kilauea (4:22) – distant distorted sound leads off, comes closer; electro-uke comes in; very electronic sounding; named for Hawaiian volcano; lots of noise for the diehards!

Track Listing
1.Hemiola Blues 6.Celtic Tune
2.6/8 7.Tritone
3.Man Of Mud 8.Blue Haiku
4.Galloping Seahorses 9.Ballad
5.Motown 10.F Minor
 11.Kilauea