Jimmy Buffett - "You Had To Be There" - Recorded Live (Very Good Plus (VG+)) Rock (2xLP, Album, Gat)

Jimmy Buffett
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Product Description

Format: 2xLP, Album, Gat
Media Condition:  Very Good Plus (VG+)
Sleeve Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+)
Country:    US  
Genre:       Rock
Style:         Country Rock, Classic Rock
great shape, og inners, outer in great shape with no major issues, gold MCA 2-6005 stamp

Gatefold with picture cardboard inner sleeves as shown. 
Back cover:
℗ 1978 ABC Records, Inc. © ABC Records, Inc. Los Angeles, Calif. 90048. New York, NY 10019. Printed in U.S.A.

Specialty Records pressing denoted by SRC logo in runouts and "SP" suffix on matrices

AK 1008/2  Jimmy Buffett 'You Had To Be There' ABC RECORDS, INC.

Recorded Live at: The Fabulous Fox in Atlanta, Georgia (August 8, 9, 10, 1978) Maurice Gusman Cultural Center, Miami (August 14, 15, 16, 1978)
Live Recording Mixed on the Enactron Truck . Enactron Staff.
Remixed at Air Recording Studios, London.
Tape Assistance in London.
Dialogue Edited in London. Thanks to Patti.

Also Thanks to Steve Klein and Joe Foglia at Criteria Studios, Miami, and Eric Schilling at Bayshore Studios, Coconut Grove.

Thanks to Bobby Liberman, Richard "Smokey" Wendell, and "The Hardy Boys": Rick Slagsvol and Brent Taylor.

Special Thanks to the Boys in the Trenches: Rick Holcomb, Clint Gilbert, Max Crabtree, Hobbit and Ava Humphrey, and Harris "Dad" Rice.
Paul Dana, Barbara and Autumn Dumont, Dennis Schezer, Kathy D'Accardo, Sprocket of Bo-Bo Land.
Karen Scott-Conrad and Michele Martin at Coral Reefer and Ann Keener at Quadrafonic Sound Studios in Nashville and Nina.
Bill Merrick and Mike Lofton of the Cheeseburger Airplane. Richard Wozniak and Scott Goodwin in the T-Shirt Department.

Thanks to Tim Krekel, always a Coral Reefer, and a very Special Thanks to Mike Utley for all his Help from the Start.
To Jack Boyle and Cecil Corbett, Thanks for many good Years.

Also Thanks to The Rollin' Errors Band, The Moose, Little River Band, Pete Wagner, Bob Mercer, P. J. O'Rourke and Bobby Zinser. And Norbert Putnam and Dan Fogelberg, Last Minute Literary Aces, for their Album Title Advice.

This Album is Dedicated to Anyone in the United States and Canada who has Paid Good Money to See this Show. Thanks for Helping me Live my Life Like a Song.

Printed in U.S.A.

℗ 1978 ABC Records, Inc.

A: All Songs Published by Coral Reefer Music/ Outer Banks Music (BMI) Except A3: ABC/ Dunhill Music, Inc. - BMI
B: All Songs Published by Coral Reefer Music/ Outer Banks Music (BMI) Except B8: ABC/ Dunhill Music, Inc. - BMI
C: C2: ABC/ Dunhill Music, Inc. (BMI) / C4: P.D. / C6: American Broadcasting Music, Inc. (ASCAP) / C8: Let There Be Music, Inc. (ASCAP)
D: D2: Let There Be Music, Inc. (ASCAP) / D4: ABC/ Dunhill Music, Inc. (BMI) / D6: Coral Reefer Music/ Outer Banks Music (BMI) / D8: Coral Reefer Music/ Outer Banks Music (BMI) / D9: Shifryleepolee Music (BMI)


A1. Son Of A Son Of A Sailor 4:00
A2. Dialologue 0:30
A3. Pencil Thin Mustache 3:19
A4. Dialologue 1:03
A5. Wonder Why We Ever Go Home 4:13
A6. Landfall 3:08
A7. Dialologue 0:45
A8. Miss You So Badly 3:57
B1. Dialologue 1:00
B2. Havana Daydreamin' 4:26
B3. Dialologue 1:28
B4. Margaritaville 4:53
B5. Dialologue 0:20
B6. Changes In Latitudes, Changes In Attitudes 3:09
B7. Dialologue 0:17
B8. Come Monday 3:28
B9. Dialologue 0:36
B10. Perrier Blues 3:26
C1. Dialologue 4:50
C2. Grapefruit-Juicy Fruit 3:00
C3. Dialologue 2:04
C4. God's Own Drunk 10:45
C5. Dialologue 2:09
C6. He Went To Paris 4:13
C7. Dialologue 0:30
C8. The Captain And The Kid 3:44
D1. Dialologue 3:19
D2. Why Don't We Get Drunk And Screw 2:38
D3. Dialologue 1:20
D4. A Pirate Looks At Forty 4:31
D5. Dialologue 0:24
D6. Tampico Trauma 4:50
D7. Dialologue 1:17
D8. Morris' Nightmare 2:58
D9. Dixie Diner 5:30
D10. Applause 0:49


Barcode and Other Identifiers:

Matrix / Runout AK-1008/2-A SP
Rights Society ASCAP
Rights Society P.D.
Rights Society BMI
Matrix / Runout AK-1008/2-B SP
Matrix / Runout AK-1008/2-C SP
Matrix / Runout AK-1008/2-D SP
Matrix / Runout AK-1008-2-A AK-1108/2-A[crossed out] 1-1 Masterfonics
Matrix / Runout AK-1008-2-B [SRC logo] AK-1108/2-B[crossed out] 1-1 Masterfonics
Matrix / Runout AK-1008/2-C [SRC logo] AK1108/2-C[crossed out] 1-1 Masterfonics
Matrix / Runout AK-1008-2D [SRC logo] AK1108/2-D[crossed out] 1-1 Masterfonics


Record Company ABC Records, Inc.
Recorded At The Fox Theatre, Atlanta
Recorded At Maurice Gusman Cultural Center, Miami
Engineered At Bayshore Recording Studios
Engineered At Criteria Recording Studios
Mixed At Enactron Truck
Remixed At Air Studios
Pressed By Specialty Records Corporation
Phonographic Copyright (p) ABC Records, Inc.
Copyright (c) ABC Records, Inc.
Published By Coral Reefer Music
Published By Outer Banks Music
Published By ABC/Dunhill Music, Inc.
Published By American Broadcasting Music, Inc.
Published By Let There Be Music, Inc.
Published By Shifryleepole Music

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