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Banana Wind
     

Banana Wind

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by Jimmy Buffett
 
Banana Wind is typical latter-day Jimmy Buffett. Over laid-back, Caribbean-inflected folk-rock, Buffett waxes eloquent over boats, booze, sun, and women. The sound of the album is pleasant, which means it's good for Parrotheads, but casual fans should let this Banana Wind sail on by.

Overview

Banana Wind is typical latter-day Jimmy Buffett. Over laid-back, Caribbean-inflected folk-rock, Buffett waxes eloquent over boats, booze, sun, and women. The sound of the album is pleasant, which means it's good for Parrotheads, but casual fans should let this Banana Wind sail on by.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/04/1996
Label:
Mca
UPC:
0008811145125
catalogNumber:
11451
Rank:
54649

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Jimmy Buffett   Primary Artist,Acoustic Guitar,Vocals
James Taylor   Vocals
Ralph MacDonald   Percussion
Freddy Fishstick   Mandolin,Piano,Trombone,Vibes
Robert Greenidge   Percussion,Steel Drums
Tina Gullickson   Vocals
Roger Guth   Drums
Amy Lee   Saxophone
Mac McAnally   Acoustic Guitar,Mandolin,Vocals
Jim Mayer   Acoustic Guitar,Bass Guitar,Vocals,Upright Bass
Peter Mayer   Acoustic Guitar,Vocals
Thomas Mitchell   Saxophone
Teddy Mulet   Trombone
Nadirah Shakoor   Vocals
Ben Taylor   Vocals
Greg "Fingers" Taylor   Harmonica
Michael Utley   Piano
John Lovell   Trumpet
Bobby O'Dunovon   Violin,Penny Whistle
Claudia Cummings   Vocals

Technical Credits

Joseph Conrad   Liner Notes
Rob Eaton   Engineer
Russ Kunkel   Producer
Amy Lee   Horn Arrangements
Peter Mayer   Vocal Arrangements
Thomas Mitchell   Horn Arrangements
John Lovell   Horn Arrangements
Oswald "Wiz" Bowe   Engineer

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Banana Wind 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Although Banana Wind may be chock full of the lighthearted sing-a-longs and jabs at society that have made this minstrel famous, it's the songwriting of numbers like ''False Echoes,'' a poignant heartwarming ode to his father, that elevates him to the status of ''Neil Young of the Caribbean.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago