I tried really hard to like this record. A part of me does. The artwork, however, is better than the record. It does have some good/decent tracks on it though.
As slick as it is, and therefor just another typical song that Buffett covers, I actually do like Bama Breeze. I'm still not sure why. I guess it's tuneful.
Weather With You is nice but that's it.
A lot of people don't like Everybody's On The Phone but I think it's great.
Whoop De Doo is beautiful.
Nothin' But A Breeze is nice and is I guess what one could consider a typical Buffett delivery.
Cinco De Mayo In Memphis is nice and sounds like a distant cousin to Everybody's Got A Cousin In Miami the way JB does it.
Hula Girl At Heart - finally a song JB had a hand in writing - sounds like it could've been on License To Chill. At least it has Fingers on it.
Breathe In, Breathe Out, Move On is beautiful.
Dukes On Sunday is nice.
Wheel Inside A Wheel, Reggabilly Hill and Elvis Presley are B-sides for me. PATEOFW is the worst track on the record followed closely by Silver Wings and these two tracks might be the worst he's ever done, PATEOTW especially. His worst ever. There are others, of course, like Cultural Infidel and a few others over the years that make me wonder 'What happened to Jimmy Buffett?'.
Which I have expounded upon in other threads ha ha...
BIBOMO is one of Jimmy's best of the last 20 years, I believe. Such a beautiful song. I've always wondered why he's never played it live