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|3. Growing Older But Not Up|
|4. Holiday (Live/New Recording)|
|5. Come Monday|
|7. We Are The People Our Parents Warned Us About|
|8. Cheeseburger In Paradise|
|9. Jolly Mon Sing|
|10. The Pascagoula Run (Live/New Recording)|
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|1. School Boy Heart|
|2. Everybody's Talkin' (New!)|
|4. Son Of A Son Of A Sailor (New Recording)|
|5. Take Another Road|
|6. Knees Of My Heart (New Recording)|
|7. In The Shelter (New Recording)|
|8. Havana Daydreamin'|
|9. Desperation Samba (Haloween In Tijuana)(Live/New Recording)|
|10. Barefoot Children|
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Jimmy's waiting with a tall cold one and 38 tracks on 2 CDs, including 12 unreleased tracks featuring six alternate versions (Son of a Son of a Sailor) , four new live recordings and two brand-new songs. Plus, as a side dish, a 32-page booklet penned in part by Jimmy it's a parrothead's tropical dream! Includes Margaritaville; Cheeseburger in Paradise; Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes; Fins; Why Don't We Get Drunk; We Are the People Our Parents Warned Us About; Volcano; One Particular Harbour; Barefoot Children; Havana Daydreamin' , and more.
Jimmy Buffett may have made his millions, but that doesn't mean that he has eased up on his workload. After releasing 33 albums, mounting grueling annual tours, and fashioning an entire industry and lifestyle out of his signature song "Margaritaville," Buffett trots out this two-CD collection. Yet, Meet Me in Magaritaville, which spans 30 years, isn't merely a retread of his long, storied career. Buffett has written two new songs for the package and re-recorded six alternative versions of fan favorites (including a moving version of "The Captain and the Kid," which he included for his ailing father, who died shortly after the album's release). He's also added two new cover songs--a spicy bossa nova version of Fred Neil's "Everybody's Talking" and the Beach Boys' "Sail on Sailor"--as well four live tracks, which shows the singer at his best, conjuring up his own Yuppie Atlantis, an idyllic place where no one has to wear shoes, the sun is always shining, the bar never closes, and Junior Mints are always available at every cinema. A must-have collection for every Parrothead (or aspiring Parrothead), if only for Buffett's track-by-track descriptions. --Jaan Uhelszki
Have only listened to a few songs other than the one I bought the cd for. Not too impressed with them yet. Will keep listening.Published 13 months ago by Julie-Ann
I would recommend these to everyone who is a 'Jimmy Buffett' fan, there is no better music, I am very happy.Published 22 months ago by LS
This product is not one of Jimmy's best releases. Although it includes most of the better tunes by Jimmy it misses the BOAT! on sound quality.Published on July 29 2013 by Bert Roseblade
very good JB is the BEST
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done in 2003 and not that old.
some new songs done by JB - everybody's talking - loved it.
wish I would have bought it sooner.
This is one of the best collections of Buffett songs available. It is one not to be missed. It isn't as comprehensive as Boats, Beaches, Bars & Ballads but it has as good a... Read morePublished on July 6 2004 by James L.
OK, I admit it. I'm a second generation parrothead. I grew up on these songs. But these are some of Buffett's best. Read morePublished on April 26 2004 by Stephanie
all of jimmys' songs seem to be of something happy. then you hear the words and they sorrow out a bit but the beat is always upbeat and happy. theres no one like him. Read morePublished on Feb. 2 2004 by Marc from hampstead,NH