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  • Audio CD (October 15, 1990)
  • Original Release Date: October 30, 1990
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Live
  • Label: MCA
  • ASIN: B000002OD0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #56,753 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Any Parrothead worth his or her salt-rimmed margarita glass knows that the central experience of being a Jimmy Buffett fan is attending his concerts. As Buffett mentions in the liner notes to this live set, it's like the circus coming to town each summer, except that in the case of his shows, it's the audience, not the cast, that wears the costumes. Feeding Frenzy contains the essential elements of a classic Buffett concert: his two best early songs, "Come Monday" and "A Pirate Looks at Forty"; crowd pleasers such as "Margaritaville," "Cheeseburger in Paradise," "Fins," and "Why Don't We Get Drunk (and Screw)" (retitled "A Love Song [From a Different Point of View]" to placate his Puritan censors); and some island-leaning fare such as "Jolly Mon" and a version of Harry Belafonte's "Jamaica Farewell." A Buffett concert is like taking a Gulf Coast vacation without leaving your hometown. With "Feeding Frenzy," you can don your bird, lizard, or shark regalia and enjoy the comfort of your favorite easy chair. --Daniel Durchholz

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Very uplifting and fun music with great accoustics.
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I bought this CD when it came out that first week in 1990 and loved every minute of it.
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Another classic Buffett performance and a must have for all Buffett fans.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 3, 1999
Format: Audio CD
This is simply the pinnacle of Jimmy Buffett's art (Jimmy would probably cringe at the word; sorry, Jim), period. Most live albums are noisy, ragged, poorly mixed and at least a little off-key. Miraculously, "Feeding Frenzy" is none of those. It is tight, energetic, and it just drips fun every second. The arrangements are fuller than many of Jimmy's studio cuts, with superb backup vocals and that wonderful steel drum that defines Jimmy Buffett to me, and Jimmy's intonation is dead-on every note.
If you can only own one Jimmy Buffett album, make it "Feeding Frenzy."
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By G. J Wiener on August 3, 2002
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Jimmy Buffett really knows how to play to a crowd. Many of renditions of Jimmy's songs, Volcano, Fins, Margartiaville, Jolly Mon Sing, etc.. feature subtle little lyric changes and spicy arrangements. The intro conversations on You'll Never Work In This Bidness Again and Gypsies In The Palace are hillarious in this live setting. Furthermore, Jimmy's live banter describing many of his great classic tunes really gives the listener a very upfront experience as to what his concerts are like.
He is certainly very appreciative of his fans. So give this one a try. You will not be dissapointed.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Alexis Logan on May 23, 2001
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The spokesman of summer, Jimmy Buffett, evokes images of "one particular harbor," a colorful Key West bar owner and the perils of "the city," in this CD.
"Feeding Frenzy" is a great training ground for anyone considering becoming a Parrothead and a delightful re-telling of some of Buffett's classics for those already familiar with the pirate looking at 50+.
The man from small-town Mississippi warns us about "the young and the rich and the pretty" and those who "shoot one another just to pass the time" in "The City." Despite its slightly-dark theme, the striding beat keeps the song from collapsing into a despressing message. "Last Mango in Paris" pays tribute to the exploits of Buffett's flamboyant friend, Tony Terracino, the oft-married former mayor of Key West and owner of Captain Tony's Saloon. Although few of us may "wake up dry beneath the African sky, just me and my Swiss Army knife," the song reminds us that adventure is a necessary part of life.
Although Buffett has no political aspirations, he reflects on the world's problems in "Today's Message." His monologue to ensure world peace and full employment includes an hysterial, loopy economic theory that involves Victoria's Secret panties, five dollar bills and the Russian people.
The favorites are featured in fine form and include "You'll Never Work in Dis Bidness Again," "Come Monday," "One Particular Harbor" (the location of which has kept Parrotheads guessing for years), "Honey Do," "Cheeseburger in Paradise," "Jolly Mon," "Gypsies in the Palace," "Fins," Volcano" and the mandatory "Margaritaville.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Parrot Head 1 on March 31, 2000
Format: Audio CD
PHins Up PHolks! ...This is the closest you can get to a JB concert without actually being there! This is one of the best, if not THE BEST cd that Jimmy put out. If you've never seen Bubba in concert and want a little taste, then throw on your beach attire, ice-down the Coronas, mix up the Margaritas, fire up the grill( Cheeseburgers..what else! ), invite all of your Parrot Head PHriends over for a PHlocking, and crank up FEEDING FRENZY on the stereo as loud as your neighbors will let you. Almost like being there!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kyle D. Gendron on October 13, 2002
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This was the first Buffett CD I bought, in fact I think this was the first CD I bought back in 1992. Now 10 years, 250+ CD's later, this CD is still in my 40 disk carry case in my truck. I still listen to it, although not as much since Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays came out. This CD has my favorite version of One Particular Harbor. That song must be heard live to really appreciate it.
Once you've heard most Buffett songs live, you'll never want to hear the original studio version again. I've seen him live 14 times in the last 10 years and CD's like this one keep my Buffett fix alive during the long winter months. Its always a long wait till his Labor Day weekend show in Boston.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 24, 1999
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This is quite simply the best Jimmy album ever, and quite possibly the best live album ever. Bought my first Jimmy CD five years ago as a punked up 17 year old. I actually hated my father for asking me to get Fruitcakes for him. Oh, the shame of buying old people music. Two months later, I had every Jimmy album I could find (12 of them) and was on the way to my first Jimmy concert. I've been to two a year since then, and loved each one more than the last. Jimmy Buffet is without a doubt the most talented musician alive. He might not play the strongest guitar. He might not have the strongest singing voice. But who else can make you laugh until you burst, cry like a little girl, and then laugh your rear end off, all within 5 minutes? Most importantly of all, Jimmy does the thing so many performers have forgotten how to do these days. He has fun, and everyone around him has fun too. From the Last Mango in Paris, One Particular Harbor, and Jamacia Farewell to A Pirate looks at Forty (my all-time favorite) Jimmy bowls a perfect three hundred on this album. Thank you Jimmy.
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