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09/04/2005 - Chicago IL

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Post by conched » September 4, 2005 10:09 pm

Is this Shelby Lynne?

I love this song.

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Post by East Texas Parrothead » September 4, 2005 10:11 pm

conched wrote:Is this Shelby Lynne?

I love this song.
Me, too. Never heard it, either. :wink:
Gentilly ... 42 years is a long time to wait .... a Northeast Texas woman can hope.
My love is an anchor tied to you, tied with a silver chain.

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Post by Jason Mason » September 4, 2005 10:12 pm

I like this version of In The Shelter....
I still love old magazines and Snickers bars....

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Post by conched » September 4, 2005 10:15 pm

East Texas Parrothead wrote:
conched wrote:Is this Shelby Lynne?

I love this song.
Me, too. Never heard it, either. :wink:
I have this cd and had forgotten about it until I googled it.

Lyrics for Song: Where I'm From
Lyrics for Album: I Am Shelby Lynne


Heaven knows this ain't no Margaret Mitchell
where the oak trees meet the pines
I know it might sound kinda simple
oh but it's mine oh it's mine

Thought I heard a logman cuttin' timber
down the Mississippi line
I'm up the old Tombigbee river
high as the pines, all the time

Elegamment les batos passant
ben on la flota vec du van
all I'm trying to say is I'm
never far away from
Alabama frame of mind

Jubilation risin' on the bayou
celebration in the wind
Father Pat gives benediction
cross the Coden bridge again

Crickets spreadin' rumors by the shoreline
with the lonesome lady whine
crab trap full of nothin
I'm high as the tide, all the time

Oh, oh! Savannah is pulling out all the stops and playing all the songs we love about the Gulf Coast.

Nanci Griffith Gulf Coast Highway with Hooker I think.

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Post by conched » September 4, 2005 10:17 pm

Nope, version with Mac! :oops:

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Post by East Texas Parrothead » September 4, 2005 10:17 pm

Thanks, Nancy. Loved the song.
Gentilly ... 42 years is a long time to wait .... a Northeast Texas woman can hope.
My love is an anchor tied to you, tied with a silver chain.

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Post by parrothead216 » September 4, 2005 10:18 pm

GOOD NIGHT ALL ,ENJOY THE REST OF YOUR EVENING :D jUST WATCHING WGN,,,THEY JUST PROMO COVERAGE OF THE CONCERT AT WRIGLEY!!! UNTIL TOMORROW! :wink: :wink: GN!
BUFFETTING: The act of leaving reality and going off to see Jimmy Buffett!

Mr. Webster, we have a NEW definition!

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Post by JW » September 4, 2005 10:20 pm

habourgirl wrote:
parrothead216 wrote:
hikingontuesday wrote:
lati2d wrote:OMG - City of New Orleans!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Who sang this oringinally? I can't remember???!!!!
:D ARLO GUTHRIE????[/quote

everytime i think of arlo guthrie, i think of Alice's restaurant...
Me too!
"..and I say someday I will..."

Jeff

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Post by East Texas Parrothead » September 4, 2005 10:20 pm

I'm outta here, too. Gotta keep editing the cookbook. :D

Phin Power to the Gulf Coast.
Gentilly ... 42 years is a long time to wait .... a Northeast Texas woman can hope.
My love is an anchor tied to you, tied with a silver chain.

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Post by Jason Mason » September 4, 2005 10:22 pm

well, I'll prolly head over to the Oar House or something... prolly be around for a little while see ya all later!
I still love old magazines and Snickers bars....

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Post by conched » September 4, 2005 10:22 pm

I better run. I feel like we are getting into the Last Man Standing mode.

Thanks to everyone who came and listened tonight.

Jason, you did a great job on the setlist.

Have a good holiday tomorrow and hope to see you all back here at 2 Central.

Fins sinking low. This music is getting to me. At least it is a break from TV for a while.

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Post by Jason Mason » September 4, 2005 10:24 pm

conched wrote:I better run. I feel like we are getting into the Last Man Standing mode.

Thanks to everyone who came and listened tonight.

Jason, you did a great job on the setlist.

Have a good holiday tomorrow and hope to see you all back here at 2 Central.

Fins sinking low. This music is getting to me. At least it is a break from TV for a while.
thanks conched! have a good night!
I still love old magazines and Snickers bars....

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Post by ejr » September 4, 2005 11:27 pm

just home from wrigley-what an amazing evening with lots of Chicago and Cubbies references all night.

Thanks Jimmy for a perfect evening. Nicki and I had a great time!

By the way, Star Spangled Banner was a video recording of Jimmy singing it at Wrigley-it was not live.

we thought the crowd was very into it, and very loud-guess it doesn't always translate to the broadcast.
"I finally know what Michael Jordan was talking about when he said he was 'in the zone'"
Jimmy Buffett, 9/4/05, Wrigley Field

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Post by parrothappy » September 5, 2005 12:17 am

My wife and I just got home from the show. What you were not able to see was Jimmy and Mac sitting in the top row of the right field bleachers doing "City of New Orleans". Everyone disappeared from the stage while the T-shirt shooting guys entertained the crowd by blasting T-shirts to them. Then a single spotlight illuminated Jimmy and Mac. Jimmy remarked that this was where he was seated when he viewed his first Cubs game in 1977. While they sang the song, scenes of New Orleans prior to Katrina were shown on the Parrotvision screens. It was hard to keep the tears back. What a great ending to a great show.

Parrothappy

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Post by conched » September 5, 2005 12:30 am

Hey, ejr and parrothappy,
Thanks for the reviews and inside info about the show.

Glad you and Nicki had a good time. Missed y'all on the setlist tonight.

Now, you two need to head on down to Vegas on the 22nd!

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Post by ejr » September 5, 2005 12:42 am

conched wrote:Hey, ejr and parrothappy,
Thanks for the reviews and inside info about the show.

Glad you and Nicki had a good time. Missed y'all on the setlist tonight.

Now, you two need to head on down to Vegas on the 22nd!
conched-nicki and I were wishing you had joined us at wrigley-we had a terrific time and are going to try to do a concert together again!
"I finally know what Michael Jordan was talking about when he said he was 'in the zone'"
Jimmy Buffett, 9/4/05, Wrigley Field

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Post by gingerbreadman » September 5, 2005 12:45 am

Jason Mason wrote:heres da show! here y'all go!

Wrigley Field - Chicago, IL
A Salty Piece of Land Tour
Sunday September 4th, 2005

Set 1:
01 Star Spangled Banner (sung by Jimmy)
Hot Hot Hot
02 Piece Of Work
03 Ragtop Day
04 Hey Good Lookin'
05 I Will Play For Gumbo
06 Changes In Latitudes, Changes In Attitudes
07 Come Monday
08 Last Mango In Paris
09 Woman Goin' Crazy On Caroline Street
10 License To Chill
11 Son Of A Son Of A Sailor
12 Cheeseburger In Paradise
13 Volcano
14 Brown Eyed Girl

Halftime

Set 2:
15 WDWGDaS
16 La Vie Dansante
17 Banana Republics
18 Southern Cross
19 Schoolboy Heart
20 A Pirate Looks At 40
21 In The City
22 It's Five O'Clock Somewhere
23 One Particular Harbour
24 Margaritaville

First Encore:
25 Fins
Band Intros
26 Scarlet Begonias

Second Encore:
27 City Of New Orleans
Just got back from show too...

The Star Spangled Banner was an audio/video recording that said it was
from 1983. It showed a very much younger Jimmy (with lots of long
blonde hair), and it looked like he was in a ball park - probably was
Wrigley - don't recall. Jimmy was not on stage - he came out with the rest
of the band at the end of Hot Hot Hot.

If you don't count Star Spangled Banner, as #1 then Take Me out to the
Ball Game ought to be counted as #20, since the entire band was on
stage (and I think they were singing), but the video showed Jimmy at
Wrigley with giant Harry Carry glasses on.
Hey Snake, we need more wine!

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Post by ejr » September 5, 2005 12:51 am

The singing of the 7th inning stretch was also a recording from what we could tell and national anthem was at Wrigley
"I finally know what Michael Jordan was talking about when he said he was 'in the zone'"
Jimmy Buffett, 9/4/05, Wrigley Field

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Post by gingerbreadman » September 5, 2005 1:15 am

It was a great show, but instead of ALL the SYKBH's I personally would
have preferred more fruity/ boat drinky/ gypsy songs. Maybe tomorrow!

Some other highlights you could not see on RM (in addition to Mac and
Jimmy singing the last song on the right side bleachers), was that Jimmy
wore a yellow t-shirt the entire time that simply said "NEW ORLEANS" on
the front.
conched wrote:A toast to Jimmy with his wine and his medication.

I love my red medicine!
It took awhile, but they finally delivered up the medicine, and it was in a
red plastic cup!

Got to meet opharbour, irishcajunphan and Tiki Bar. Yes, opharbour, we
had a great time at the Blue Bayou. Met some other cool Buffett fans.

Too bad we missed ejr and Nicki.
Hey Snake, we need more wine!

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Post by Southern_Cross » September 5, 2005 8:15 am

Just read the Sun-Times articles about Sunday's show. Can't wait to get there today.
It mentioned the bathroom lines (especially for women) "were outrageous". Any comments on this???

What was the bathroom situation for the field seats? Did they have portables out there?

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