So glad he's not ready to put the 'Book on the Shelf.' I just love the way he sings the last lyric of this song:
Another catchy tune from Buffett's new album:
Facts don't care about your feelings.
Just watched the last part of a segment about him on CBS Sunday Morning. Interesting guy and a very rich one.
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Thanks for sharing.
His music always brings back so many memories for me.
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My wife and I were out driving in the mountains of Utah the other day. I had Buffett playing for two hours, seems appropriate no matter where I am.
"Nature scares me" a quote by my friend Bob after a rough day at sea.
Been a Buffett fan for years, had all his vinyl before everything went digital, and still a fan. His 70's stuff is his best stuff, JMO...
Back in the late 80's the wife and I went to his concert in Cincinnati. The concerts in Cincinnati are legendary, it became famous for coiling the Parrot Head term. The concert was filled with folks in sandals, hawaiian shirts, big tailgate party with flowing margaritas.. Key West Meets the Ohio River big time..
We expected a great show, but it sucked beach balls that year, he had one of his "I'm not playing any of my old hits concerts" that musicians are famous for when rolling out new stuff. I think it was the Off to See The Lizard album, which was tied to his Book Tales from Margaritaville.
Not sure if the new music wasn't really that good, or that the excluded typical Buffett not being intertwined into the concert or both was the problem. We both agreed it wasn't enjoyable and walked out half way through the show.
Guess we weren't drunk or stoned enough to enjoy it then LOL I still like Buffett....
A little cheeseburger in paradise songs mixed in with the new stuff would have made it ok.
Cincinnati's concerts are famous for Buffett parties and concerts, if you get the chance, go....
I'm guessing it wasn't a total loss, you probanly got drunk and .....
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