Take the Weather with You

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Take the Weather with You
Studio album by Jimmy Buffett
Released October 10, 2006
Genre Country
Label Mailboat/RCA
Producer Stan Kellam, Mac McAnally, Michael Utley
Jimmy Buffett chronology
License to Chill
(2004)
Take the Weather with You
(2006)
Live at Texas Stadium
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars [1]

Take the Weather with You is the twenty fifth studio album by American singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett, released on RCA Records in 2006. It peaked at #1 on Billboard's country charts, also reaching #4 on the "Billboard 200". 10 of the 14 songs on this album are covers - the second most Buffett has ever done on an album.

The song "Breathe In, Breathe out, Move On" was written for the victims of Hurricane Katrina. The songs "Party at the End of the World" and "Bama Breeze" were tour names in 2006 and 2007, respectively. The album is the first since Christmas Island in which the title track was not written or co-written by Buffett.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Bama Breeze" (Mark Irwin, Josh Kear, Chris Tompkins) – 3:11
  2. "Party at the End of the World" (Buffett, Roger Guth, Will Kimbrough, Peter Mayer) – 3:45
  3. "Weather with You" (Neil Finn, Tim Finn) – 3:43
  4. "Everybody's on the Phone" (Buffett, Guth, Kimbrough, Mayer) – 4:27
  5. "Whoop De Doo" (Mark Knopfler) – 3:41
  6. "Nothin' But a Breeze" (Jesse Winchester) – 4:16
  7. "Cinco de Mayo in Memphis" (Guy Clark, Chuck Mead) – 3:28
  8. "Reggabilly Hill" (Michael Garrett) – 3:51
  9. "Elvis Presley Blues" (David Rawlings, Gillian Welch) – 3:24
  10. "Hula Girl at Heart" (Buffett, Guth, Kimbrough, Mayer) – 3:41
  11. "Wheel Inside the Wheel" (Mary Gauthier) – 7:01
  12. "Silver Wings" (Merle Haggard) – 3:43
  13. "Breathe In, Breathe Out, Move On" (Buffett, Matt Betton) – 3:17
  14. "Duke's on Sunday" (Henry Kapono) – 4:35

Bonus tracks[edit]

  1. "Here We Are" – 3:50

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2006) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 1
U.S. Billboard 200 4

References[edit]

Preceded by
It Just Comes Natural by George Strait
Top Country Albums number-one album
October 28 - November 3, 2006
Succeeded by
Long Trip Alone by Dierks Bentley