'Sitting, Waiting, Wishing'
Brushfire Records/Island Records - CD single released Nov 14, 2005
Jack Johnson will release two films in a double DVD set on 21st November. 'A Weekend At The Greek' was recorded at the beginning of his recent US tour.
'In Between Dreams' Universal/Brushfire
album – out now
Click here to watch the video for 'Sitting, Wishing, Waiting' from Jack Johnson - The single is out to but on the 14th of November !
The new single from Jack Johnson will be 'Sitting, Waiting, Wishing', a track from the In Between Dreams album which is one of the best selling UK albums of 2005 having sold over 350,000 copies and spent nearly six months in Music Week's album chart. Meanwhile, his two previous albums, Brushfire Fairytales and On And On have both sold over 80,000 copies each with no promotion at all!
'Sitting, Waiting, Wishing' is an up-tempo song about a friend's pursuit of a girl, but very much in the laid-back, easy-going groove that Jack Johnson has carved out and has made him so popular this year.
1. Sitting, Waiting Wishing
2. Constellations – Live (featuring Dan Lebowitz of Animal Liberation Orchestra)
3. Give It To You with G Love
4. 'Sitting Waiting Wishing' - Video.
'A Weekend At The Greek' and 'Jack Johnson Live In Japan' 2 DVD set released 21st Nov 2005
UK tour Feb & March 2006
Tickets go on sale Saturday 22 October at 12.00 noon.
Fri Feb 24th Manchester MEN Arena
Sat Feb 25 Nottingham Arena
Mon Feb 27th Plymouth Pavilions
Wed March 1st Birmingham NEC Arena
Fri March 3rd London Hammersmith Carling Apollo
Sat March 4th ) London Hammersmith Carling Apollo
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