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Best Of Kokua Festival

by Various Artists

Best Of Kokua Festival by Various Artists

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Best Of Kokua Festival

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Label: Jack Johnson
Hanging at the Kokua Festival in Hawaii must be totally awesome: tropical cocktails, compostable utensils, flowery halter tops and, of course, Mr. Jack Johnson. A collection of recordings captured between 2004 and '10, this release contains a who's who of top shelf artists, including Dave Matthews, Willie Nelson, Eddie Vedder, Jackson Browne and Ben Harper. Though the music ranges from pop reggae to country-folk, all of it is breezy, mellow and acoustic in a distinctively Hawaiian manner. Plus, it serves a good cause: The festival helps raise money for the venerable Kokua Hawaii Foundation.

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Hanging at the Kokua Festival in Hawaii must be totally awesome: tropical cocktails, compostable utensils, flowery halter tops and, of course, Mr. Jack Johnson. A collection of recordings captured between 2004 and '10, this release contains a who's who of top shelf artists, including Dave Matthews, Willie Nelson, Eddie Vedder, Jackson Browne and Ben Harper. Though the music ranges from pop reggae to country-folk, all of it is breezy, mellow and acoustic in a distinctively Hawaiian manner. Plus, it serves a good cause: The festival helps raise money for the venerable Kokua Hawaii Foundation.

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About This Album

Hanging at the Kokua Festival in Hawaii must be totally awesome: tropical cocktails, compostable utensils, flowery halter tops and, of course, Mr. Jack Johnson. A collection of recordings captured between 2004 and '10, this release contains a who's who of top shelf artists, including Dave Matthews, Willie Nelson, Eddie Vedder, Jackson Browne and Ben Harper. Though the music ranges from pop reggae to country-folk, all of it is breezy, mellow and acoustic in a distinctively Hawaiian manner. Plus, it serves a good cause: The festival helps raise money for the venerable Kokua Hawaii Foundation.