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Buffett Live: Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays

9 Nov. 1999 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 9 Nov. 1999
  • Release Date: 9 Nov. 1999
  • Label: Mailboat Records
  • Total Length: 1:08:14
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  • ASIN: B002EJSAAM
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 37,783 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 27 April 2000
Format: Audio CD
The vastly underrated (in the UK anyway) Jimmy Buffett releases another live album of classic songs. Every song is superb - from his cover of the Steven Stills song "Southern Cross", his version of Van Morrison's "Brown Eyed Girl" to his own "Margaritaville" (with a lost verse that I've never heard before) and others. If you want to hear something new then get this album. Everyone in this country should listen to Jimmy Buffett - if they did this world would be a far better place. And if you don't like this album? Then there is simply no hope for you!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By joanna clack on 13 July 2011
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Jimmy Buffett is one of the biggest and highest grossing artists in the USA, he is a huge name plays all over the country in huge arenas, the larger venued in Begas, along with the wonderful Coral Reefers Band. Here is a live gig that is just a party from start to finish, full of great songs that somehow we in the UK have largely missed and that quite simply is our loss.This man has a large business empire from restaurants, clothing, to Mailboat his personal record company. The name Margeritaville is synonimous with him and is also the title of one of his most popular songs.If he was invited to Glastonbury he would be massivelly popular there, such is his stage presence and quality as an artist.He covers a large range of music from rock to country, from soul based songs to acoustic beauty.This disc covers a good range of his songs, and be aware that his biggest fans are known as finheads and they wear hats with fins on, all part of the areas he lives and has his business's in. There's on this set a cracking version of Van Morrison's Brown Eyed Girl, that becomes a real sing a long with the audience joining in. This album has grown more on me the more I've played it, great music,wonderful atmosphere, an artist and band at the very peak of their careers having a good time that we can share with them.Get one Jimmy Buffett record and your bound to get more,a truly superb performer on a set I can't praise highly enough...just get it and join the party.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kim Cairney on 2 Jun. 2009
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just got back from Las Vegas where i ate at Margaritaville restaurant. They were playing Jimmy Buffet music, until then i had never heard of him (coming from England he's not known.) As soon as i got home i bought a CD of Jimmy Buffet Live. Absolutely brilliant this was the best CD as it had most of his well known songs on it and as it was live, felt like i was at the concert singing along. Highly recommend this to cheer yourself up.
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44 of 48 people found the following review helpful
It's Buffett's THIRD live album, and still great fun 10 Nov. 1999
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Format: Audio CD
As Jimmy Buffett has said himself, he wants to play some of his earlier songs, but he is too afraid that he'll spoil the party. Well he did a good job fitting in those songs along with the "List of songs that have to be played or be killed."
1. Fruitackes: 1st time released as Live recording 7 of 10
2. Southern Cross: Finally Buffett answers the call of the parrot heads and Recorded it 10 of 10
3. Pencil Thin Mustache: It's on another live ablum but the crowds reaction adds to the fun 7 of 10
4. Trying To Reason With Hurricane Season: Buffett finally dug it out of the attic and it's refreshing to see the deeper side of Buffett. 10 of 10 it doesn't sound the greatest, but support Buffett's decision to sing what he wants
Tracks 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, are all on other live albums
10. Brown Eyed Girl: WONDERFUL IT WILL IMPROVE ANYONES DAY, INCREDABLE PERCUSSION, 11 OUT OF 10
11. Tin Cup Chalice: Another song dug out of the attic refreshing quiet gives the listener a break from the party. 12. Fins: not an asset to the cd 3 out of 10
13. One Particular Harbour: On a previous live album 8 out of 10 14. Margaritaville: Hey it the anthem so it has to be there, however I prefer the "You had to be there" version better 6 out of 10
15. Love & Luck: New live song, studio version found on Buffett Boxset only. 7 out of 10
Extra's: The backstage footage is wonderful and yes the guys are playing Margaritaville in a minior key,(most likely due to the fact it's not their favorites) Hosted by Savannah Jane, Buffett's oldest daughter. She is who he wrote the song "Little Miss Magic," for. Thank you Savannah, for the tour.
21 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Best Buffett Live Album 26 Nov. 1999
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Unfortunatley, I was not able to attend the Philadelphia Buffett show this past summer, this album makes up for it. It has all of his great classics as well as hard to find stuff such as Southern Cross and a live version of Love and Luck. I liked the vocal solos by Tina Gullickson and Nadirah Shakoor. Plus what can beat a lost verse of Margaritaville.
15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Not the best I've heard 19 Nov. 1999
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I have been a huge fan of Buffett since I was 16 years old and I have loved all of the new releases Jimmy has come out with. I really like this one, but the fact that it has all the same songs kind of makes it not much different than the others. The new songs that he added that are not common on these albums are great, but I would personally like to see Jimmy come out with an album that included many of the not so classics songs. I am talking about the songs that are always there. I know the are the classics but, Cheeseburger, Valcano, and the others are all you ever here. To really give the experience of being at a live show I think there needs to be the lesser known songs that you only here at the concerts. I think Southern Cross and Brown Eyed Girl are perfect examples. I love the album because it is Buffett, but I think I would rather hear a cd where over half of the songs aren't the same ones on the last two live albums. If there are any responses to this please let me know. I
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5 Fins Up --- The Perfect Antidote for the Winter Blues 1 Feb. 2000
By Alexis Logan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I became a Parrothead In Training halfway through the first side of this CD, which was my first real exposure to Jimmy Buffett, other than the overplayed "Margaritaville." Buffett's enthusiasm and joie de vivre radiate from this recording and just makes me want to laugh and dance. I loved the wackiness of "Fruitcakes." The audience participation just bubbles over and is delighfully apparent in "Pencil Thin Mustache." Unfortunately, Buffett's rendition of "Southern Cross" is a slurred effort and can't touch Crosby, Stills and Nash's version. This version of "Come Monday" is much more heart-felt and romantic than the canned radio version. The woman who accompanies Buffett in "Son of a Son of a Sailor" has a sweet voice that is evocative of tropical island breezes. "Fins" is clever, jazzy and just plain fun. Buffett's voice is like being in the company of an old friend and energizes you. I just adore this CD...BUY IT, BUY IT, BUY IT!
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
can't help but be in a good mood after listening to this 30 July 2000
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Jimmy Buffet? Who's he? I couldn't believe that when a coworker asked that question, but yes there are people out there who haven't heard of him( they live under rocks, forgive them), what is worse is that there are people out there who don't get him. I ask what is there to get? The man makes music, great music. Music that you can't help but sing along to, that you can't help but smile when you hear. "Is that man singing about a cheeseburger?" YES, yes he is! I gave up on her, I realilzed that while she may be a 'fruitcake', she'd never appreciate the song by the same title, but hopefully others out there will. I think one of the greatest things about Jimmy, besides the fact that he has a wonderful song writing ability, is that he actually sounds like he does. What? Yes I suppose that does need a bit explaining. In person or on the album he sounds the same. So many people put out albums (studio albums) and sound a certain way, but on a live album or in concert they sound completely different (usually horrible) but with Jimmy what you hear is what you will always hear aka great music. I love his live albums (this being number 3, unfortunatley he has so many great songs he can only put so many on each.) I love his selections for this album, yes he has the old reliables, margaritaville (yeah like he'd ever try to release a live album without that, you dont drop your signature song) cheeseburger in paradise, fins and volcano, but he also had some nice surprises. Tin Cup Chalice and One Particular Harbour are two of my favorite songs and I was thrilled to see them on the CD. Southern Cross was another surprise that blew me away, not to mention Fruitcakes and (yes I love this song) Coconut Telegraph, both of which sound better live than the studio recordings...well strike that, everything he does actually sounds better live. The man has 30+ cds...and personally I hope he comes out with another 30. Jimmy fans will snap this one up without a second thought, but if you are like my coworker ('Jimmy Buffet who?') then this is a great CD to pick up as an introduction to a true american treasure, just be prepared to smile and sing along, you wont be able to help it.
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