13 Songs, 1 Hour 1 Minute


Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
44 Ratings
44 Ratings
Rick Suddickiski ,

Spongebob's Mother

Uncle John's Band, Everybody's Got a Cousin in Miami, and Delaney Talks to Statues - three of the most musically diverse selections to be on a single album in 25 years. Buffetts rendition of The Grateful Deads "Uncle John's Band" is - without a doubt - one of the top ten Buffett concert tunes of all time. "Everybody's got a Cousin in Miami" - has so much range and musical quality - I feel back down there..... The soft and inspirational "Delaney Talks to Statues" - is just one of many great songs that Buffett has written about his children - beautiful!! Like I'm gonna take advice from a Spongebob Freak... Buy the CD - it's amazing

PantherMatt in NYC ,

A solid Effort, and a return, of sorts

Everybody knows what Buffett's gig is, at this point, and you either dig it, or you don't. I don't think anyone has seriously ever touted Jimmy and his band as masters of their crafts (aside from Robert Greenidge on Steel Drums, Sonny Landreth on Slide, and Bill Payne (Liscence to Chill only) on Keys), nor do Parrotheads listen to Jimmy for "blistering solos". This album has all of the charm, sand and sun that you'd want from a Buffett album, and has a rootsier feel than any of his mid-to-late 80's stuff. You like Buffett? You'll like this. You more an Audioslave kind of person? You probably will not want this record. Thanks, Jimmy, for another fine album

TillmanHome ,

Great Album!!!

This is truly a great album from Jimmy. It's not a mish mash of his classic hits. It's an original. There are several fantastic songs on this album. Two of my favorites that are never mentioned anywhere are "Quietly Making Noise" and "Delaney Talks to Statues." This is a great album and at this price it's a bargain. You can buy Jimmy's hits on any of ten different CDs but this is some original music.

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