Barometer Soup - Jimmy Buffett

Barometer Soup

Jimmy Buffett

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1995-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • ℗ 1995 UMG Recordings, Inc.


Title Artist Time
Barometer Soup Jimmy Buffett 4:58 USD 0.99
Barefoot Children Jimmy Buffett 4:54 USD 1.29
Bank of Bad Habits Jimmy Buffett 3:53 USD 0.99
Remittance Man Jimmy Buffett 5:59 USD 0.99
Diamond as Big as the Ritz Jimmy Buffett 5:20 USD 0.99
Blue Heaven Rendezvous Jimmy Buffett 4:03 USD 0.99
Jimmy Dreams Jimmy Buffett 3:40 USD 0.99
Lage Nom Ai Jimmy Buffett 3:44 USD 0.99
Don't Chu-Know Jimmy Buffett 3:49 USD 0.99
Ballad of Skip Wiley Jimmy Buffett 4:34 USD 0.99
The Night I Painted the Sky Jimmy Buffett 5:32 USD 0.99
Mexico Jimmy Buffett 4:08 USD 1.29


  • His big comeback

    By Salty Bill
    I've always felt that this album was a real artistic comeback for Jimmy, and was his best album since his run of 70s albums on the ABC Records label (later subsumed by MCA). There's not a bad cut on this record, and the melodies and lyrics are some of his best. In particular, Barefoot Children and Jimmy Dreams are affecting numbers, and the title track is a classic Buffett tale of wanderlust. Bank of Bad Habits is very funny, and Remittance Man is very mournful. All in all, this a return to form for Buffett as a maker of albums, a tour de force for an artist who kind of coasted through the 80s. It's my favorite late Buffett album..
  • His worst album?

    By NHLfan101
    Yeah probably. Bank of bad habits is one of the worst songs ive ever heard. Buy his albums from the 80s.
  • MassParrothead

    By Kila34
    This is by far my favorite album besides Meet Me In Margaritaville: The Ultimate Collection. I love every song on this album. This is a great album to buy if you are a Parrothead like me or just a guy who likes to lay on the beach or by the pool and drink a Pina Colada or Mudslide.
  • Ungarische Samurai

    By Helioport
    He is my famous "enjoy-musician" since I lived in USA. A noname street musician showed to me what he played in Florida. That was a music what I searched in my life what is the best when I drive a long trip or I just want to sleep well. The Hungarians things I'm strange, because noone don't know who the f... is Jimmy Buffett, but I don't care too much... :)))))
  • Old Parrothead's Favorite

    By Cokernut
    I've been a Parrothead for years..... this is my favorite Buffett album. Bringing to life the vibe and charachters from his books and general attitude toward life. Barefoot Children and the title track are my favorites, there is nothing dissapointing on this album. Buy It!!!
  • One of the Best

    By CliffyB4
    One of the BEST Buffett albums ever. No matter how you feel, this album has something for you.
  • One of Buffett's better albums...

    By SaxMan_
    I absolutely love this album. Barometer Soup is such a stereotypical Buffett song. For the most part, the remainder of the songs are slow ballads, with Remittance man and Barefoot Children being the stand-out songs. Lage Nom Ai is a nice up-tempo change of pace. The highlight of this album for me, is oddly enough, the cover of Taylor's "Mexico". You would have thought Buffett wrote the song himself!
  • One of JImmy's best.

    By The Real Musicman
    This is my presonal favorite. Filled with great melodies, good stories, and relaxing arrangements. Jimmy's music is never too complex and always grerat to listen to. Fire up the blender! :->
  • Best Work Ever

    By TheInspector
    This was Jimmy's best album in a long time. His worked had strayed through different Genres in an attempt to find a varying audience. This one will be a parrothead favorite forever its Jimmy telling stories, a real trubador.
  • Brighter Than a Tropical Drink

    By NHParrothead
    This is a fun, wide-ranging tour of Jimmy's world. From the very first notes of "Barometer Soup" you know you're in for a ride. There are great songs throughout the album, which, aside from License to Chill, is the best post-80's Buffett offering around. "Jimmy Dreams" is reminiscent of some of the songs on the early-Buffett Changes in Lattitudes, Changes in Attitudes album. It's retrospective Buffett at his best. But don't worry, the party rolls right along with "Lage Nom Ai" and "Don't Chu-Know". This is required listening for any Parrothead. You'll have fun with this one!

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