Ukulele Jim | Fretting the Small Stuff

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Fretting the Small Stuff

by Ukulele Jim

Ukulele rock with a backbeat and attitude!
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Go Along to Get Along
2:42 $1.00
2. This Love Thing
3:11 $1.00
3. Hearts In Harmony
4:45 $1.00
4. Home
2:48 $1.00
5. Mountain River Blues (Down to the River)
2:12 $1.00
6. (If I Could Only) Keep Your Love
2:47 $1.00
7. You And Me On the Run
2:20 $1.00
8. Song of the Sky
4:43 $1.00
9. The World Still Turns
4:00 $1.00
10. All I Need
4:55 $1.00
11. That's What I Was
2:51 $1.00
12. Crawlin' Away
5:40 $1.00
13. Love Song #47
3:09 $1.00
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Album Notes
"Fretting the Small Stuff plays out like a Greatest Hits album. From the very first song you feel you are meeting a familiar friend. As you settle down, getting comfortable in your favorite couch, sipping your favorite whiskey, the songs that follow just add to the mood. The breezy tunes combined with lyrics that range from humorous to personal keep you hanging on and waiting for the next song. Full credit to Jim for not letting the pace drop for the length of the album and you are just as happy at the last song as you were when the first one started up. Four stars." (Review by Radio Maverick)

"Catchy, sweet, and charming, Fretting the Small Stuff is James Clark’s third full album that conveys a sense of wisdom and wonder with the ukelele. In a sense, listening to Ukelele Jim is like falling in and out of love in Hawaii... A dynamic album, illustrating raw emotion and presenting it in a light-hearted, easy-listening fashion. A deep, romantic undertone is suggested throughout the entire album, but the playful ukelele pop creates a musical juxtaposition that keeps listeners from feeling burdened." (Review by Ok Gina, The Band Lounge)



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