posted July 18th, 2006 at 8:57 am
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|by Josh Martin||Tweet|
Less than a year after releasing the CD/DVD “Live at Fenway Park,” Jimmy Buffett will release a two-DVD set chronicling a stop at baseball’s other pre-eminent shrine: Chicago’s Wrigley Field. “Live at Wrigley Field” will arrive Aug. 1 via Buffett’s own Mailboat label.
The DVDs will contain 26 songs from Buffett’s two-day doubleheader at the 92-year-old home of the Cubs, culled from two September 2005 shows. The set includes covers of Bruce Springsteen’s “Glory Days” and Steve Goodman’s “City of New Orleans,” performed by Buffett and guitarist Mac McAnally from the bleachers, as well as ukelele virtuoso Jake Shimabakuro’s pre-show version of the national anthem.
Also included are backstage extras, footage of construction of the centerfield stage and a handful of bonus features. The release marks the first time a full-length Buffett concert has been available on DVD.
Read the entire article here.
Update: Although not mentioned in track listings, Buffett’s performance of “Glory Days” will be included on Live at Wrigley Field as a bonus cut.
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