Live at Fenway Park is a two CD set containing 31 songs and a 55-minute bonus DVD with 15 songs and footage from both concerts. Recorded live at Fenwway Park in Boston on September 10th and 12th, 2004.
We firmly believe that Jimmy helped break the "Curse of the Bambino" and history was made when the Red Sox went on to win the 2004 World Series!
I have to state that Jimmy Buffet was not a musician I was familiar with, nor was his music a genre I particularly like - I am a classic/opera nerd through and through; however, having said that, Jimmy Buffet's CD was thoroughly enjoyable, and nice, middle-of-the-road easy listening.
Some of the music I was not familiar with, but there there were a number of real classic tracks that even I was really familiar with.
The bonus DVD shows footage of a concert at Fenway Park and shows a cross section of people from young to old enjoying an open air concert.
Whether Jimmy Buffet becomes a well-known musician in New Zealand remains to be seen, he may only ever have a cult following or be bought by ex-pat Americans wishing to have a flavour of home.
With two CDs and a DVD, one has access to hours of enjoyable music for a budget price, there is plenty of music for anyone to listen to, even as background music. No-one buying this CD/DVD pack will be disappointed.
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