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Encores (Live)


Download links and information about Encores (Live) by Jimmy Buffett. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 01:31:01 minutes.

Artist: Jimmy Buffett
Release date: 2010
Genre: Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 22
Duration: 01:31:01
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No. Title Length
1. Come Monday (Live) 3:52
2. Tin Cup Chalice (Live) 3:53
3. Growing Older But Not Up (Live) 4:00
4. Coast of Carolina (Live) 4:41
5. Paradise (Live) 3:59
6. Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans (Live) 4:18
7. Nautical Wheelers (Live) 3:53
8. Trying to Reason With Hurricane Season (Live) 4:58
9. Banana Republics (Live) 5:19
10. He Went to Paris (Live) 4:27
11. Last Mango In Paris (Live) 4:19
12. L'air de la Louisiane (Live) 3:08
13. Reggaebilly Hill (Live) 3:53
14. Coast of Marseilles (Live) 4:37
15. Lovely Cruise (Live) 3:22
16. Oysters and Pearls (Live) 3:49
17. Wildflowers (Live) 3:55
18. Defying Gravity (Live) 3:15
19. It's a Big Old Goofy World (Live) 4:52
20. Death of an Unpopular Poet (Live) 3:16
21. Blowin' In the Wind (Live) 4:13
22. A Pirate Looks At Forty (Live) 5:02



The crux of Encores comprises 21st-century solo acoustic performances of Jimmy Buffett's 20th-century favorites, with very little (if any) accompaniment. In fact, 12 of the 22 songs are just Jimmy and his guitar. The other ten tunes feature spare backing by the random special guest or a few members of his band. And as the album’s title reveals, every song was recorded during the encore segment of different shows in the U.S. (as well as Paris) during his 2008/2009 tour. Ask any Parrot Head what the best part of a Jimmy Buffet concert is and they’ll tell you how he always saves the best for last — he himself likens his intimate encores to the dessert of a great meal. “Come Monday” opens with four elements; congas, steel drums and Jimmy’s guitar and voice. But it’s “Tin Cup Chalice” where you first get to hear just Jimmy and his six-string, revealing the true essence of the man and his music. Other notable performances include a breezy rendition of “Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans” with Allen Toussaint on piano as well as a festive cover of Tom Petty’s “Wildflowers.”