Among the many Jack Johnson albums to grace my ears in the last decade, none has been more impressive than his fourth. This time around, the songwriter opted for a slightly darker theme octet and he does it with style. Sleep is a worthy addition to any Johnson fan’s record collection. Aside from the usual suspects, such as "Mirage," and "Aloha oahu," the rest of this ten track album is a hoot. It may not have landed the coveted top spot on my list of favorites, but it is the best of the lot and should be considered a must-have for any Jack fancier’s library of tunes.
I sincerely hope I have not offended you with my short and sweet, but this is a must-have for any Jack Johnson fancier. It’s the best he has released to date and it’s a good way to wrap your arms around one of the world’s most amiable, and ingenious men of honor. The aforementioned aforementioned flies off the shelves en masse and is easily one of the most enjoyable records I’ve heard in a long while.