Livin' It Up!

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Livin' It Up!
Studio album by Sammy Hagar
Released July 25, 2006
Recorded 2005-2006
Genre Rock
Length 41:11
Label Cabo Wabo Music
Producer Bob Daspit
Sammy Hagar chronology
Live: Hallelujah
Livin' It Up!
Cosmic Universal Fashion
Singles from Livin' It Up!
  1. "Let Me Take You There"
    Released: 2005
  2. "Mexico"
    Released: 11 July 2006
Let Me Take You There
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Livin' It Up! is a semi-based "lifestyle" album by Sammy Hagar and The Waboritas. While writing with Kenny Chesney and covering Toby Keith, Hagar turned down the energy and began singing about enjoying the life of a beach dweller. It was vaguely reminiscent of Jimmy Buffett's career, and Hagar even used this time as an opportunity to meet more easy-going party fans as he went on a brief tour with Chesney.[citation needed]

Song information[edit]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Sam I Am" (Bob Daspit/Sammy Hagar/Nicole Summerwood) - 2:56
  2. "Living on a Coastline" (Sammy Hagar) - 4:20
  3. "Mexico" (Sammy Hagar) - 3:34
  4. "The Way We Live" (Sammy Hagar) - 4:39
  5. "I Love This Bar" (Scotty Emerick/Toby Keith) - 3:41
  6. "One Sip" (Kenny Chesney/Sammy Hagar) - 2:18
  7. "Rainy Day Women #12/#35" (Bob Dylan) - 3:37
  8. "Halfway to Memphis" (Sammy Hagar) - 4:23
  9. "Sailin'" (Sammy Hagar) - 4:21
  10. "Let Me Take You There" (Sammy Hagar/Alvertis Isbell) - 4:24
  11. "Someday" (Sammy Hagar) - 2:58


Additional personnel[edit]

  • Gibby Ross: timbales, congas, shaker, cowbell, tambourine
  • Bob Daspit: guitar, slide guitar, percussion, backing vocals
  • Nicole Summerwood: backing vocals
  • Roy Rogers: slide guitar
  • Rosendo Rodriguez Mariachi Band
  • Tim Hockenberry: trombone, piccolo trumpet
  • Austin Delone: piano
  • Dave Zirbel: pedal steel guitar
  • Aaron Hagar: backing vocals and lead vocal duet on "Someday"
  • Kari Hagar: backing vocals
  • Will Blochinger: photography

Chart performance[edit]

The album premiered at #50 on the Billboard Charts in 2006, with 16,000+ sold.[2]


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