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Songs From St. Somewhere

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Songs From St. Somewhere by Jimmy Buffett

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Songs From St. Somewhere

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Label: Mailboat Records
Jimmy Buffett returns to port, and he brings with him Songs From St. Somewhere, the 29th full-length of the troubadour's long (and margarita-soaked) career. Boasting tunes such as "Einstein Was A Surfer," "Earl's Dead - Cadillac For Sale" and "Oldest Surfer On The Beach," it is yet another witty and oftentimes tender collection, one that, like a frilly tropical cocktail, mixes numerous flavors, including rock, country, reggae and folk. The country vibe is most potent on the hilariously titled "Too Drunk To Karaoke," a twanger that features Buffett trading lines with Nashville pal Toby Keith.

About This Album

Jimmy Buffett returns to port, and he brings with him Songs From St. Somewhere, the 29th full-length of the troubadour's long (and margarita-soaked) career. Boasting tunes such as "Einstein Was A Surfer," "Earl's Dead - Cadillac For Sale" and "Oldest Surfer On The Beach," it is yet another witty and oftentimes tender collection, one that, like a frilly tropical cocktail, mixes numerous flavors, including rock, country, reggae and folk. The country vibe is most potent on the hilariously titled "Too Drunk To Karaoke," a twanger that features Buffett trading lines with Nashville pal Toby Keith.

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About This Album

Jimmy Buffett returns to port, and he brings with him Songs From St. Somewhere, the 29th full-length of the troubadour's long (and margarita-soaked) career. Boasting tunes such as "Einstein Was A Surfer," "Earl's Dead - Cadillac For Sale" and "Oldest Surfer On The Beach," it is yet another witty and oftentimes tender collection, one that, like a frilly tropical cocktail, mixes numerous flavors, including rock, country, reggae and folk. The country vibe is most potent on the hilariously titled "Too Drunk To Karaoke," a twanger that features Buffett trading lines with Nashville pal Toby Keith.