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Album Review

At some point, Jimmy Buffett — like the Grateful Dead — learned to turn his music and persona into a cottage industry and big bucks. And while cynics might view the onslaught of CDs, DVDs, and merchandise as crass, the folks buying seem to want it. In Buffett's case, it doesn't hurt that he has a knack for delivering — musically and performance-wise — exactly what fans want on albums like Live at Fenway Park. One shouldn't expect long jams or reinterpretations of classic songs here, but fairly straightforward, competently delivered versions of everything from "Volcano" to "Come Monday" to "Margaritaville." Live at Fenway Park, then, is basically a soundtrack to a Parrothead party that took place in Boston on September 10th and 12th, complete with screaming, happy fans. It's no secret that Buffett's a bit of a goofball, and he loves to talk to the crowd between songs and doesn't even mind shouting out a bit of nonsense right in the middle of a song. What, then, makes this collection special when a number of other live Buffett discs are on the market? Probably the fact that the package holds two complete unedited audio discs and — for the grand finale — has a 55-minute DVD that includes film footage from both shows. Interestingly, it would seem that Buffett, like the Dead and Pearl Jam, has learned that it's fun (and profitable) to release one's own bootlegs. To break out a tired old cliché, Live at Fenway Park is probably the best thing next to being there, and will supply the perfect soundtrack for inviting a few Parrotheads over for margaritas. ~ Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr., Rovi

Customer Reviews

As a Jimmy Buffett fan, could this be any less than 5 stars??

Well actually yes. . . unless you are just a "I gotta have it now" kinda person, spending your $25.00 for this CD here is a waste of your Parrothead dollars. Find another site and buy it there. This CD includes a concert DVD in the jewel case. Why Apple still wants to charge you full retail for half the package is beyond me. . .especially since ITunes has now got the power to utilize video releases They did the same thing last year with "Jimmy Buffett - Live In Hawaii". Atleast last year, for the release of Hawaii, you got a deal on the disc.

live at fenway park

jimmy needs to get it in gear and write something new. I am a major parrot head and big Jim needs to produce something for me to spend some of my money on. Dont get me wrong I have about 3gigs of jimmy on my ipod,have concieved my children to his music got drunk countless times, water skied hundreds of miles to his stuff,got my 14 year and 16year old kids listening to him since they were babies, made everyone mad at me at my pool parties for only putting j.b. on the stereo and ifn you dont get the idea by now I cant help you. Ipod needs to get this vidio on this album down load. What a rip off not to get the vidio with the cd. NOW even though there is not a thing new on this album I will have to go out and buy it to see the vidio because even though I am moaning and complaining about this new release I cant stand to not get any thing that is not available when big JIM puts it out. I know I need help but I spent all my money on j.b. stuff.

Jimmy is the best

Was actually at this show in Fenway from September of 2004, amazing show, get the album!!!


Born: December 25, 1946 in Pascagoula, MS

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Jimmy Buffett translated his easygoing Gulf Coast persona into more than just a successful recording career -- he expanded into clothing, nightclubs, and literature -- but the basis of the business empire that kept him on the Fortune magazine list of highest-earning entertainers was his music. Born in southern Mississippi and raised in Alabama, Buffett moved to Nashville to try to make it in country music in the late '60s. After signing to the Barnaby label, he released one album, 1970's Down to...
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