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(2010/Mailboat) 22 titres - livret de 12 pages. Soundtrack for a perfect day - Gute Laune Garantie!
Tin Cup Chalice
Growing Older But Not Up
Coast Of Carolina
Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans
Trying To Reason With Hurricane Season
He Went To Paris
Last Mango In Paris
L'air De La Louisiane
Coast Of Marseilles
Oysters And Pearls
It's A Big Old Goofy World
Death Of An Unpopular Poet
Blowin' In The Wind
A Pirate Looks At Forty
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This is a stellar double CD of his best "encore" live songs from recent concerts. What's really special about this compilation is that the tunes are all live from a variety of tour locations, rather than just one concert recorded straight through. There are classics from his catalog, along with some numbers that are rarely if ever heard live. What a great concept! Listening to this CD is like taking a geographic tour of the US along with Jimmy, as he tailors each encore to the specific location.
Jimmy adds just the right amount of banter before each song and the soundboard recordings are extremely clean for live recordings. I especially liked Buffett's story about surfing with his daughter when he introduced the lovely "Wildflowers" which I don't recall ever hearing at one of his concerts.
If you have been with Jimmy Buffett since the days of "You Had To Be There" you will love this addition to your collection. If you are more of the "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere" Frat Boy and or Southern Sorority Girl crowd, you will also love this introduction to his classics.
It's impossible to listen to this music without a memory or two of great concerts past - whether it's waiting in line at the public restrooms at the Waikiki Shell after one too many super size, watered down Margaritas, or the smell of herb in the air at Madison Square Garden, or anywhere in between. There is no substitute for the experience of a live Jimmy Buffett concert - but this CD comes pretty close.
Appropriately, this CD of encores ends with the ultimate encore: a heartfelt rendition of "A Pirate Looks at Forty" in Honolulu. Nicely done.
This CD is miles above Jimmy's recent efforts, which all too often feel like financing for his many airplanes and houses. This double CD will have you reaching for your blender with a smile.
For anyone who has attended Buffett concerts for years have perhaps grown out of songs like "Fins" and "Margaritaville" even with the lost verse. For me and you, we hold our breath and wait for the end of the concert when Mac, Nadirah, Mike, and Robert G, sign off for the night and leave the older, but not exactly grown up kid from Mississippi alone with 25,000 people. Songs like Death of an Unpopular Poet, Nautical Wheelers, and Coast of Marseilles are given new life and speak volumes to his remarkable ability to sing still.
Encores also does something else we never could have guessed. It gives us an insight into Jimmy's later years as a rocker, writer, and story teller. We sometimes imagine when Jimmy will finally hang up his flipfops and perhaps Encores sheds a light on what the next and last phase of his career may look like. The image of a slightly rotund blond turned grey hair, mostly balded, but yet still tattoed with that charismatic smile. It's the image of a beach bum kid that was blessed with one of the most profound jobs ever created for a man. I envision Jimmy eventually being called by his childhood nickname, Bubba. I can see it now. It's Bubba Buffett playing an intimate show for a group of no more than 500 in some auditorium where his songs and stories both mix and fill a 3 hour show. That indelible creature of the sea and stars still pouring his heart and soul out to an audience. We only wonder at the end of this type of show - what could possibly be his encore?
We used to wish that Buffett would just go out and do an accoustic tour with his lesser known songs as a gift for his long-term fans; that he should give us a chance to rediscover the spirituality of his seafaring laziness.
Well, the wait is over! He may not be doing accoustic tour, but this is the next best thing! It's definitely not a rehashed live album with tired versions of One "Particular Harbor" or "Why Don't We Get Drunk...". This is the real thing. This is the sound that drew us to Buffett from the beginning. There are only 2 or three of the overplayed hits. The rest are beautiful and inspiring; he finally gives us the fresh sound we've been craving for decades.
This is definitely the best album he's released in probably 30 years! Go out and buy this album; your music collection will not be complete without it.