jackman Shane Jackman Shane jackman Born in Salt Lake City Utah On January 27 th 1964 Father was Dallas Jackman Father was teacher of wildlife survival and biology Mother was Geraldine ID: 503369 Download Presentation
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Born in Salt Lake City Utah
On January 27
1964Father was Dallas JackmanFather was teacher of wildlife survival and biologyMother was Geraldine Rassmusen and a Dance teacherSlide3
From Fathers influence…
Love of the outdoors
SkiingClimbingRiver RunningBikingOutdoor team sportsLove and appreciation of the performing arts
Member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
oldest of 9 children
Read scriptures to siblingConstantly playing guitarSlide5
Favorite artists growing up…
Began studying fine arts
Went to Massachusetts
Played for coffee house crowds
165 concerts a year
mainstage showcase artistAmericana Top 40Number 23 on the Gavin Radio ChartSlide7
Feels that music and life are
Music described as “
From the west, but not western.About people, but not folk.Christian, but not gospel.Its okay to be ordinary people with strugglesAnything great we achieve in spite of us, not because of us.Praised for lyrical ease and rich melodiesSlide8
Wanted stability for family, moved back to Utah
and recorded his album Equilibrium in 2000 with Excel Entertainment Group
Shane was named Artist of the Year by his hometown Springville Utah at the Art City Celebration in 2003
2004 Freedom Festival Parades award for Best Musical Performance.
2005 Shane recorded his album Sanctuary with Highway Records
He now lives in the Salt Lake area with his daughter
Song histories and listening guides
The Good Shipbuilder
What I Did On My Summer Vacation
Testimony of God and Christ
gratitude for the mercy the Lord grants
Sunlight streamingLords awareness and answers to prayers
Tender mercies-listening guide
0:00 The song starts out with a simple guitar harmony.
0:16 The first verse comes in with Shane
singing about a few of the things that cause him to be amazed.
The singing stops and the cello comes in playing a simple melody, different from the main melody, and moves us into the second verse.1:12 Notice how the cello takes the lead between phrases.1:12 Notice how the cello takes the lead between phrases.2:14 The cello returns playing a counter melody.2:39 Shane sings the third verse about how the Lord is always there for him. There is no cello at this point just the simple guitar melody.3:13 Here it is just the voice and guitar, for a moment no cello, this puts an emphasis on the words “Oh how painfully” making them stand out from the rest of the verse.3:13 Here it is just the voice and guitar, for a moment no cello, this puts an emphasis on the words “Oh how painfully” making them stand out from the rest of the verse.Slide12
The Good shipbuilder-history
Shipbuilder from Scotland
In Pine Valley Utah he built the oldest church still in use
That chapel will float in the rain, ride the wind, and never fall down.Slide13
The Good shipbuilder-listening guide
0:00 The song starts with simple percussion then the guitar comes in with simple harmony.
0:09 Voice comes in as a soft echo “There
go build a ship in the dessert, long way from the sea.”
1:04 This is the Chorus about the church built that will never fall down.
1:12 Dynamics increase and the electric guitar joins the original instruments, and lead us into the next verse2:03 Just the band plays for a short time, electric guitar adds a unique flavor with some slides and slurs.2:58 The guitar plays 3 notes outlining a triad then leads the rest of the band into the conclusion. Voices repeat the original echo from the beginning as well as echoing other lines from the song till it fades out.Slide14
What I Did on my summer vacation-history
Being on the road
Driving all night in the rain
Bathing in rivers
Sleeping on rocksSlide15
What I did on my summer vacation-listening guide
0:00 The song starts with a guitar and percussion intro.
0:13 The first verse starts with vocals by Shane
. The guitar and percussion continue to play harmony and keep steady rhythm.
0:46 The guitar leads into chorus and a second singer joins Shane with harmony.
1:17 The electric guitar comes in with a solo over guitar and percussion1:44 During this chorus the electric guitar underneath lends contrast to the first chorus. Shane is again joined by another vocalist singing harmony.2:15 The bridge section with a new melody is sung by Shane and second vocalistSlide16
Mans search for a safe place, a sanctuary
James went to the sea
Early pioneers came west.
Dallas built a cabin
Shane went homeSlide17
0:00 The guitar, electric guitar, and drums start the song with an intro. At the end of the phrase the guitar plays a motif that is repeated throughout the song.
0:40 The guitar leads into the second verse with the motif from the beginning.
1:02 The first chorus where Shane is joined by another vocalist singing harmony.
1:36 This chorus has more percussion then the previous verses.
1:50 A harmonica solo. The harmonica is played by Shane.
2:08 The fourth verse is joined by the Electric guitar.2:24 An electric guitar solo that is accompanied by the guitar and drums.3:02 The chorus is again sung by Shane and other vocalists only with more different harmony and some higher notes added.3:24 Another harmonica solo accompanied by the guitar and percussion.3:47 The conclusion is led out by the guitar accompanied by the percussion.