- Performer:Jake Shimabukuro
- Title:Nashville Sessions
- Style:Experimental,World Fusion
- Date of release:September 23, 2016
- Recording date:January 14, 2016 - January 19, 2016
- Size FLAC version1853 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1915 megabytes
- Size WMA version1298 megabytes
- Formats:MMF DXD VOC AIFF MP2 MP4
Nashville Sessions sees Shimabukuro’s band pushing themselves to the outer limits of improv on furious and free-flowing cuts like 6/8 before just as easily pulling off contemplative instrumentals like Blue Haiku. Nashville Sessions Jake Shimabukuro. A 21st-century ukulele prodigy whose fretwork blows past the instrument’s renown as a low-key Hawaiian music staple, Jake Shimabukuro has taken the sound into rock and jazz with panache. Nashville Sessions sees Shimabukuro’s band pushing themselves to the outer limits of improv on furious and free-flowing cuts like 6/8 before just as easily pulling off contemplative instrumentals like Blue Haiku.
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Recorded over six days in January 2016 with no prepared material, the album features the trio of Shimabukuro, bassist Nolan Verner, and drummer Evan Hutchings, who wrote together on the fly and recorded performances live in the studio. With Shimabukuro making use of distortion pedals and vintage analog gear, and with production by . Field (Steve Earle, Webb Wilder), the resulting material bridges instrumental prog rock and world fusion.
Check out this beautiful, custom Jake Shimabukuro ukulele strap branded with "JS!" Packaged in a handsome tin box - made in and imported from Japan! Jake sometimes uses a small amount of tape on the inside of the clip to prevent scratches to his Ukulele. Do you play Ukulele? Check out this beautiful, custom Jake Shimabukuro ukulele strap branded with "JS!" Packaged in a handsome tin box - made in and imported. from Japan! Jake sometimes uses a small amount of tape on the inside of the clip to prevent scratches to his Ukulele.
CreditsJohn Baldwin - Mastering
Chris Carmichael - Strings
Jack Clarke - Engineer, Mixing Engineer
R.S. Field - Producer
Justin Francis - Second Engineer
John Golden - Mastering
Evan Hutchings - Composer, Drums, Percussion
Bruce Omori - Photography
Susannah Parrish - Art Direction, Design
Coleman Saunders - Photography
Jake Shimabukuro - Baritone Ukulele, Composer, Primary Artist, Producer, Ukulele
Van Fletcher - Associate Producer, Composer
Nolan Verner - Bass, Composer
Byron Yasui - Composer
|1||Hemiola Blues Jake Shimabukuro||Jake Shimabukuro||1:23|
|2||6/8 Jake Shimabukuro / Nolan Verner||Jake Shimabukuro||7:05|
|3||Man of Mud Jake Shimabukuro||Jake Shimabukuro||3:51|
|4||Galloping Seahorses Jake Shimabukuro||Jake Shimabukuro||4:39|
|5||Motown Evan Hutchings / Jake Shimabukuro / Nolan Verner||Jake Shimabukuro||3:06|
|6||Celtic Tune Jake Shimabukuro||Jake Shimabukuro||2:22|
|7||Tritone (Excerpt from Byron Yasui's Ukulele Concerto, Campanella - First Movement) Jake Shimabukuro / Nolan Verner / Byron Yasui||Jake Shimabukuro||2:42|
|8||Blue Haiku Jake Shimabukuro||Jake Shimabukuro||5:41|
|9||Ballad Jake Shimabukuro||Jake Shimabukuro||3:08|
|10||F Minor Jake Shimabukuro / Nolan Verner||Jake Shimabukuro||3:13|
|11||Kilauea Van Fletcher / Jake Shimabukuro / Nolan Verner||Jake Shimabukuro||4:22|