Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes is the seventh studio album by American popular music singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett. This is his breakthrough 1977 album, which remains the best-selling studio album of Buffett's career, and contains his biggest single, "Margaritaville". It was initially released in January 1977 as ABC AB-990 and later rereleased on its successor label, MCA.
It's those changes in latitudes, changes in attitudes Nothing remains quite the same With all of our running and all of our cunning If we couldn't laugh, we would all go insane. Reading departure signs in some big airport Reminds me of the places I've been Visions of good times that brought so much pleasure Makes me want to go back again If it suddenly ended tomorrow I could somehow adjust to the fall Good times and riches and son of a bitches I've seen more than I can recall
One reason why Jimmy Buffett's sixth album, Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes, is his best record yet is simply the sound. Buffett's move from Don Gant, who produced his last four albums, to Norbert Putnam is a serious upgrade. Putnam, a bassist by trade with a talent for string arranging, specializes in working in Nashville with artists who don't quite belong in Nashville
Jimmy Buffett 컬렉션을 완성하세요. The record also popularized the cocktail of the same name. The song is ranked 234th on the RIAA "Songs of the Century" list and is in the Grammy Hall of Fame for its cultural significance.
All lyrics from Changes In Latitudes, Changes In Attitudes album, popular Jimmy Buffett songs with tracklist and information about album. Harry Dailey, Michael Jeffry, Jimmy Buffett, David Bryant. Michael Jeffry, Roger Bartlett.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Changes In Latitudes, Changes In Attitudes (1977) by Jimmy Buffett. Album starts at 125BPM, ends at 136BPM (+11), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Jimmy Buffett. Songs From St. Somewhere.