Original Vinyl Information:
Two rare versions of this album are rumored to exist. One contains the songs “Please Take Your Drunken 15 Year Old Girlfriend Home,” and “Train to Dixieland,” and the other version contains the song “We’ve Been Taken to the Cleaners (and I Already Had my Shirts Done).” Another variation exists: ABCD-914a. It does not contain “Woman going Crazy on Caroline Street” instead it has ” Kick It In, Second Wind” first song, side a. The last song on side a is “Please Take Your Drunken 15 Year Old Girlfriend Home,” not “Defying Gravity.” “Train To Dixieland” nor “We’ve Been Taken to the Cleaners.”
Re-issued Vinyl Information:
Original CD Information:
Two-on-One CD Information:
Arranged by: Harrison Callaway, Jr.
Art Direction: Tom Wilkes
Dedicated to the Memory of my grandfather, Captain James Delaney Buffett, the better half of The Captain and the kid whose picture appears in this album.
Here I am at album four. There are still blue skies on the cover and a few more “character” lines around the eyes. Crustacean fascinations are now Havana Daydreams, and the white suit and the parakeet are still waiting for the future date when we really sail away to Martinique.
There are now real Coral Reefers that have replaced the fictitious characters I used to employ. (Farewell Marvin Gardens and Company.) The band had its embryonic origin in a claustrophobic dressing room in
The band has come and is a welcome addition to “Coral Reefer Madness.” In all, I am happy with what I am doing, where I am living, and who I am loving. Tonight I’m Havana Daydreamin’,