Spectrum VII

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Spectrum VII
Studio album by David Allan Coe
Released April 1979
Recorded 1979 at Columbia Studio, Pete's Place, Nashville, Tennessee
Genre Country
Length 34:15
Label Columbia
Producer Billy Sherrill
David Allan Coe chronology
Compass Point
Spectrum VII
I've Got Something to Say

Spectrum VII is an album released by country musician David Allan Coe, released in 1979 on Columbia Records. Due to Coe's feud with Jimmy Buffett, who accused Coe of plagiarism, this album contained a note stating "Jimmy Buffett doesn't live in Key West anymore", a lyric from the song "Jimmy Buffett", which appeared on Coe's independent album Nothing Sacred.[1]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [1]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by David Allan Coe, except where noted.

"Land Side"[edit]

  1. "Rollin' with the Punches" - 1:59
  2. "On My Feet Again" - 3:30
  3. "Fall in Love with You" (Coe, Leon Petty) - 3:28
  4. "What Can I Do" - 2:57
  5. "Sudden Death" - 2:08

"Ocean Side"[edit]

  1. "Fairytale Morning" - 3:19
  2. "Seven Mile Bridge" - 7:12
  3. "Now's the Time" - 2:34
  4. "Love Is Just a Porpoise" - 2:52



  1. ^ Steve Eng. "Hello, Textas--Hello, St. Barts (and Montserrat)". Jimmy Buffett: The Man from Margaritaville Revealed. p. 217. ISBN 0-312-16875-6.