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HASH(0x9e906ccc) étoiles sur 5 I used to go crazy for days at a time.... 25 mai 1999
Par Gary Duncan (garykahuna@sprynet.com) - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Now I'm taking my time with my days. Once again, Jimmy creates an album filled with some of his best songwriting that will never see the light of a greatest hits or live album. But that's the way it should be. I want to keep these gems for myself. OK, I'm going to get personal, but Chanson Pour Les Petits Enfants( Song for the Children) is one of the most beautiful songs Jimmy (or anyone) has ever written. It will always hold a special place in my heart. Stranded on a Sandbar is reason enough to by this album. I'm sure everyone's felt that way before. Dreamsicle is one of those little gems you find on evert Buffett album and ask yorself "why isn't this a hit?" OK, there are 3 tunes that are concert favorites, Fins, Volcano, and Boat Drinks but they're fun and don't bug me like Cheeseburger and Drunk do. Besides, Boat drinks is an anthem to anyone living north of Florida during the winter. Final note to all of you who sing along with Volcano. Jimmy yells out "Mr. Utley!" as in Michael, the keyboardest. Not "Mr. Ugly!" As I've heard before.5 stars. The Big Kahuna says check it out.
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HASH(0x9d350264) étoiles sur 5 Did Jimmy peak in 1979? 25 février 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
After just hearing Beach House on The Moon, I feel the need tohear this CD again... This is the album where I believe Jimmy'sSouthern upbringing met his Carribean passion to make for arguable the best recording he has ever put out. As someone below noted, the concert faves included Fins, Boat Drinks and Volcano, but the key to remember here is that this is an album from beginning to end with very few, if any, flaws at all. Each song has something to offer. Other albums that followed like Coconut Telegraph and Last Mango and Barometer Soup had good tracks, but didn't flow as well as this offering. Especially if you have a rum runner and a CD player with random-play mode.
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HASH(0x9d506d98) étoiles sur 5 Chanson Pour Les Petits Enfants 17 novembre 2003
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This song was heard (for the first time) after 40 or 50 other Jimmy Buffett songs - it was electrifying. Jimmy Buffett has many tuneful and rhythmic 4 and 5 star (my own rating system) selections to rock all night with, but Chanson Pour Les Petits Enfants is both different and terrific, as good as anything by any other artist at any time, a rare '6' on the five star scale.
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HASH(0x9d295150) étoiles sur 5 Fins to the left of me! Jokers to the righ 26 octobre 2012
Par Mike London - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
"Fins to the left of me! Jokers to the right!" Oh, wait, wrong song. Anyway, "Volcano" is Jimmy Buffett's last album of the 1970s, and what an album it is! After a middle of the road career, Buffett truly came into his own on the 1977 album "Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes". He continued his course on the 1978 album "Son of Son of a Sailor". Then comes this album, which to me is the conclusion of the late 70s' trilogy of great Gulf and Western music that begins with "Changes".

Consider this quote from the Allmusic Review of "Volcano". "Although the album contains concert favorites including the playful "Fins" and the Caribbean-flavored title track, it seems as if Buffett doesn't have as many deep insights to share on this release. The vocal help from James Taylor on "Treat Her Like a Lady" adds to the singalong chorus, but overall the ballads are uninteresting. As a result, this album marks a low point for Jimmy Buffett in a decade in which he delivered one solid album after another."

I vehemently disagree with this. First off, I find this album more engaging than some of the earlier albums, such as "A1A" and "White Carnation". Second, it shows a deep prejudice against Buffett that is prevalent in both the critical community as well as "serious fans" of music. As for myself, I fell into this trap until I really started listening to Buffett, and found quite a verstile body of work.

A lot of people write off Buffett as a one-trick pony, all fun and sun and novelty tunes, a ridiculous performer with an equally ridiculous fanbase. According to sites such as Allmusic (a website I have long used), Buffett should be serious. This can't be good music - there are no DEEP INSIGHTS. After all, that's what music is about.

All this reminds me of the Douglas Adams quote about the dolphins: "Man has always assumed that he was more intelligent than dolphins because he had achieved so much...the wheel, New York, wars and so on...while all the dolphins had ever done was muck about in the water having a good time. But conversely, the dolphins had always believed that they were far more intelligent than man...for precisely the same reason."

Buffett once said that he didn't win any awards for his music, as if having fans wasn't reward enough. For Buffett, his fan base was his reward (and quite a reward indeed, especially for his bank account!). To hell with the critics - he'll play what he likes and do what he wants. Not only he is not a "serious" musician, but he doesn't even care the critics don't like him! These are sins to grievous to ignore apparently.

For me, "Volcano" (along with the two previous records) demonstrates exactly what is so great about Buffett - the music and his willingness to go wherever his muse takes him. What I really like about Buffett is if you only take in surface appearances, then yes you may write off Buffett as a shallow performer. That would be the worst thing to do. There is a reason why the 1992 box set "Boats, Beaches, Bars, and Ballads" is one of the biggest selling box sets ever - Buffett is a MUCH DEEPER performer with a richer body of work than his critics give him credit for. Sure he has his share of party tunes (not that there's anything wrong with that - some of his best material are his party tunes), but he's also quite reflective and imaginative and endlessly inventive. Although neither here nor there in regards to "Volcano", Buffett has brought some of this attitude upon himself with some of the mindless, WTF filler that appears on his later day albums, just providing fodder for the critic.

The album opens with two of "The Big Eight" (songs that Buffett performs at virtually every concert": "Fins" and "Volcano". "Fins" is a great anology of a girl in a strange town at a bar, and how she must guard herself against all these "land sharks" (meaning men). It's a great crowd pleaser and has a great chorus. In concert Jimmy plays the John Williams "Jaws" theme before the track.

"Treat Her Like a Lady" and "Survive" are great ballads. "Sending the Old Man Home" feels like a spiritual sequel to "The Captain and the Kid", dealing with old captains losing their sea adventuring days due to old age and infirmaries. "Boat Drinks" is one of those great novelty tunes that Buffett was so adept at writing back in the 1970s (though not so much in his later days - primary culprit "Math Sux" from the 1999 "Beach House on the Moon", which really is a truly bad song). "Lady I Can't Explain" is a great uptempo track.

"Chanson Pour Les Petits Enfants" is one of those great Island story songs, with a similiar feel to "La Vie Dansante" from "Riddles in the Sand" and "L'Air de la Louisiane" from "Hot Water". Truly one of the highlights of the album, songs like this (and also "Jolly Mong Sing" from "Last Mango in Paris") paved the way to his future career as a novelist. Buffett has always been able to write engaging story songs set in island settings; this one just happens to be much more, shall we say, mythological or fantastical than standard fare. The song has a nursey rhyme feel (you know the land of nursey rhymes, where strange things happen like cows jumping over the moon, etc). The song is strange and wondrous and shows just how good Buffett can be when he's spot on (which for this album he is mostly).

Side 1
"Fins" (Jimmy Buffett, Deborah McColl, Barry Chance, Tom Corcoran) - 3:27
"Volcano" (Jimmy Buffett, Keith Sykes, Harry Dailey) - 3:37
"Treat Her Like a Lady" (Jimmy Buffett, David Loggins) - 3:55
"Stranded on a Sandbar" (Jimmy Buffett) - 3:08
"Chanson Pour Les Petits Enfants" (Jimmy Buffett) - 4:01

Side 2:
"Survive" (Jimmy Buffett, Mike Utley) - 4:29
"Lady I Can't Explain" (Jimmy Buffett) - 2:42
"Boat Drinks" (Jimmy Buffett) - 2:37
"Dreamsicle" (Jimmy Buffett) - 2:18
"Sending the Old Man Home" (Jimmy Buffett) - 3:23

Release Date: August 1st, 1979
Certified: Gold on December 27th, 1979
Peak Chart Position: Billboard 200 Chart: #14; Country Chart: #13

Volcano reached #14 on the Billboard 200 album chart and #13 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. Three singles from the album charted including "Fins" (#35 on the Billboard Hot 100; #42 Adult Contemporary), "Volcano" (#66 Hot 100; #43 Adult Contemporary), and "Survive" (#77 Hot 100)

Jimmy Buffett: Vocals and acoustic guitar
Keith Sykes: Guitar and background vocals
Barry Chance: Lead guitar
Andy McMahon: Fender Rhodes
Mike Utley: Piano and Organ
Russell Kunkel: Drums, percussion, congas on "Volcano"
Greg "Fingers" Taylor: Harmonica
Johnny Montezuma: Anything and everything on "Fins"
Jackie Dangler: Pans on "Fins" and "Boat Drinks"
Steve Forman: Percussion on "Fins"
Donald Douglas: banjo-uke on "Volcano"
Wilfred Tuitt: Guitar on "Volcano"
James Elmer: Bass pipe on "Volcano"
Billy Puett & Bill Jones: recorders on "Chanson Pour les Petits Enfants"
Ferrell Morris: Tambourine on "Chanson Pour les Petits Enfants"
Steve Forman: Shakers on "Chanson Pour les Petits Enfants"
James Taylor: Background vocals and guitar on "Sending the Old Man Home"
Norbert Putnam: Bass on "Sending the Old Man Home"
Deborah McColl: Background vocals
Alex Taylor: Background vocals
Hugh Taylor: Background vocals
Dave Loggins: Background vocals
Venetta Fields: Background vocals
Brenda Bryant: Background vocals
Paulette Brown: Background vocals
Juan Cadiz: Background vocals


"Fins" b/w "Dreamsicle" (Released on MCA 41109 in July 1979)
"Dreamsicle" b/w "Dreamsicle" (Released on MCA 41109 in July 1979)
"Volcano" b/w "Stranded On A Sandbar" (Released on MCA 41161 in November 1979)
"Survive" b/w "Boat Drinks" (Released on MCA 41199 in February 1980)

Liner Notes:

This album is Dedicated to Jane and Savannah Jane Buffett

Mystery South of Us

Florida thrusts like a guiding thumb
To the southern islands of rumba and rum,
To the mystery-cities and haunted seas
Of the Spanish Main and the Caribbes.
Where the ghosts of Columbus and Pirates Bold
Seek the islands of Spice and the Streets of Gold.
Where the wandering phantom of Ku-Kul-Kan
Haunts the temples he builded in Yucatan,
Where the jaguars prowl and the lizards crawl
On a broken altar and sculptured wall,
Where Mayan rulers in arrogant pride
Dreamed and schemed and suffered and died.
The inlaid thrones and the sacred urns
Are filled with orchids and stag-horn ferns,
The witching moon of the tropic skies
Caresses the lips and the dead stone eyes
Of fallen idols of lust and blood
That lie in the mold and the reeking mud
Of fever-jungles The dust and bones
Of men who quarried and laid the stones
Of fabulous cities are turned to earth,
The echoes of prayers and chants and mirth
Of vanished people and priests and kings
Are heard in the night-wind's whisperings.

Florida thrusts like a guiding thumb
To the southern islands of rumba and rum,
To the lands of mystery that lie below,
To the places I know I'm going to go.

Don Blanding

Very Special Thanks to the following people for helping to pull this one off: Rick Holcomb, Bobby Liberman, Max Crabtree, Nina Avramides, Michele Martin and Ann Keener. To Doctor Keno for fixing Keith's Foot. To Eastern Caribbean Airways in St. Croix and National Jets in Ft. Lauderdale for all the safe flights. "Don't want to land in no San Juan airport".

In Montserrat: A big thank you to Chris Irish and the Woop-Wap Band, to George Morgan "The Magic Chef" for making us all fat; Franklyn Allen for the Pina Coladas Extraordinaire; to John Silcott and the main wine man.

Also to Cindy Eid, Denny and Meryl Bridges, Minetta Francis, James St. Hilaire, Erma Caines, Ruby Ryan, Ann Allen, Carlton Ferrell, Irene Wyke and Leroy Hixon.

And to all the people on the island of Montserrat whose warmth and friendship contributed greatly to the making of this album.

Johnny Montezuma, James Taylor, Russell Kunkel and The Embarrassing Stains appear through the wonderful arrangement with General Tom.

Dave Loggins appears through the courtesy of a bottle of Cristal Champagne
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HASH(0x9d123144) étoiles sur 5 Fins to the left, fins to the right... 26 mars 2002
Par Ei - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
"Volcano" is the album to have!!!! To newer JB fans, this is a great start to a collection. It has so many great songs, and many of the songs we do know by heart!
"Fins", "Volcano", and "Boat Drinks" are all staples of Buffett's, but let's not overlook "Treat her like a lady" and "Survive"( I Have heard this one in concert, amazing!!!), and "Sending the old man home".
For the Parakeets there is "Chanson Pour les Petits Enfants", which has a very childlike quality to it. He did this the last time I saw him in concert, and it was just so sweet.
I took French in high school, which was quite a few years ago, but I am sure it translates as "A Song for the little children".
JB has a nice soothing voice, and it is a fairy tale that will entice many children old enough to really appreciate music.
This is one you should have!!!
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