Wow I'm impressed jimmy buffett
Boat drinks! Love it!
This is horrible, horrible music.
By Shawn O
Anyone that listens to this man and his garbage and actually enjoys it is truly pathetic.
Jimmy Buffett Live at Fenway Park
By Scott Albert
It's a Buffett live album and live gets no better than this!
mooing and screwing don't mesh
I only downloaded the Why Don't We Get Drunk/Sweet Caroline medley---take my advice and don't. Hideous in one word. He sounds embarrassed to be singing the song. After telling parents to apply the earmuffs a la Old School- Jimmy then decides to put in a line "for the kids" in Get Drunk "why don't we drink milk and moo?". Putting that silly, babyish line into what is admittedly a brash and crude song- and that's what everyone likes about it- is parts troubling and disgusting. And don't get me started on the Sweet Caroline part of the "Medley"- in which I think airquotes should be required for that word in the description of this mess of a track. He barely sounded like he knew the words. At Fenway especially- you better have the lyrics memorized- get your index cards out Jimmy b/c better believe everyone there knows all the words. Medley FAIL.
Greatest Album Ever!
By Big Texas Jack
I think this is by far the best live performance Jimmy Buffett has ever done :D
Buffett & Fenway...a great combo!!!
Thank you to Mr. Buffett for playing Fenway Park! We Red Sox fans thank him for doing his part to "Reverse the curse" and also for singing Sweet Caroline durring the concert! Plus, it has so many of his best songs. JB has the ability to make the listener feel like they're in front row seats!!! Buffett and Fenway, such a great combo!
Yum great songs and great food
By OV ROCKS
I went to Margaritaville in NC and they had a " Cheesebuger in Paradise" and it was great but the songs are even better than the food
One of the best concerts I have ever been to
It was a very comfortable setting for a concert, It was people coming together to hear the legend sing his favorite songs. Great CD brings back memories. thanks jimmy
Almost Like Being There
I was at the first of the Fenway concerts in 2004, and a lot of the energy and fun from that show is reflected here. Buffett knows his audience well and playing at Fenway Park was a chance to inject some local flavor into the set. Check out the surprising addition of "Sweet Caroline" to "Why Don't We Get Drunk" and or how Jimmy rolls "Jolly Mon Sing" into "Take Me Out to the Ball Game". These were big hits live, as was the exorcism of The Curse. The show was only a few weeks before the Red Sox won the World Series for the first time after 86 years of perpetual motion and somehow it all makes sense that Jimmy had a little bit of influence in how things turned out. This show also wrapped up the tour supporting the License to Chill album, one of Jimmy's best efforts in a long time. He covers five of the songs from that album, with the biggest response coming with "Scarlet Begonias". This song has since become a standard at Buffett concerts, and is great live. Along with the usual songs you know by heart, it was nice to see some classic Buffett tunes we just don't hear much in concert anymore. It's clear Jimmy had a great time doing this show and hearing this album was almost like being there again.
Jimmy Buffet: Live at Fenway Park
If I could get my money back, I would. His voice sounds raspy and old; not that this isn't part of life, I'd just rather not pay to hear it.