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Take The Weather With You

by Jimmy Buffett

Take The Weather With You by Jimmy Buffett

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Take The Weather With You

by Jimmy Buffett

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Label: Mailboat Records
The country set has long been obsessed with the "Margaritaville" aesthetic (Kenny Chesney's "When the Sun Goes Down," Blake Shelton's "Some Beach," etc.), and here Buffet returns the favor with island-flavored lite country. "Bama Breeze" is another dispatch from cocktailed, sun-kissed expats, while "Breathe In, Breathe Out, Move On" is a midlife crisis anthem. Looking up from his hurricane glass in "Party at the End of the World" he bemoans "roadside bombers and tsunamis," but by rhyming it with "Oh God, how I miss those commies," the unyielding king of Margaritaville remains sunny side up.

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The country set has long been obsessed with the "Margaritaville" aesthetic (Kenny Chesney's "When the Sun Goes Down," Blake Shelton's "Some Beach," etc.), and here Buffet returns the favor with island-flavored lite country. "Bama Breeze" is another dispatch from cocktailed, sun-kissed expats, while "Breathe In, Breathe Out, Move On" is a midlife crisis anthem. Looking up from his hurricane glass in "Party at the End of the World" he bemoans "roadside bombers and tsunamis," but by rhyming it with "Oh God, how I miss those commies," the unyielding king of Margaritaville remains sunny side up.

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About This Album

The country set has long been obsessed with the "Margaritaville" aesthetic (Kenny Chesney's "When the Sun Goes Down," Blake Shelton's "Some Beach," etc.), and here Buffet returns the favor with island-flavored lite country. "Bama Breeze" is another dispatch from cocktailed, sun-kissed expats, while "Breathe In, Breathe Out, Move On" is a midlife crisis anthem. Looking up from his hurricane glass in "Party at the End of the World" he bemoans "roadside bombers and tsunamis," but by rhyming it with "Oh God, how I miss those commies," the unyielding king of Margaritaville remains sunny side up.