Jacob Johnson | The Ferryboat Waltz

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The Ferryboat Waltz

by Jacob Johnson

Neo-Acoustic Folk/Funk.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Jazz
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1. The Ferryboat Waltz (Theme)
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0:37 album only
2. Waitress
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3. Amelia (Waiting for the Fall)
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4. 1000 Ways to Cheat
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3:50 $0.99
5. Acoustic Canon
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6. The Ferryboat Waltz
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Album Notes
"Jacob rocks!"
-Tommy Emmanuel

"Johnson sounds like Norman Rockwell paintings and the open road. He is a virtuoso, expressing a working comprehension
of dozens of techniques and styles. He has blended and blurred the lines of genres to craft a sound he calls 'Neo-Acoustic Folk/Funk'."
- The Florence Morning News

"Jacob is a great performer who has a way with words that will cause even the most curmudgeonly person to grin. The world needs more talent like this."
- Mossip Music Blog

"He's all over the place. Influenced by technical masters like Pat Metheny and fellow southerner Kaki King, he has developed an approach that requires tight coordination of both hands as he slaps and taps the neck of his instrument."
- The Gazette (Rockville, MD)

"He surrenders to the passion that drives his guitar playing... Very entertaining and inspiring."
- Maine Music Blog

"Part of the new breed of folk musicians who make their own rules"--
The Savannah Morning News (Savannah, GA)


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