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Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes

Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes is the breakthrough 1977 (see 1977 in music) album by Jimmy Buffett. The album remains the best selling album of Buffett's career, and contains his biggest single, "Margaritaville".

Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes peaked at #2 on Billboard's Country Albums chart, and at #12 on the Pop Albums chart.

Track listing

  1. Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes (Buffett) - 3:15
  2. Wonder Why We Ever Go Home (Buffett) - 3:51
  3. Banana Republics (Burgh/Goodman/Rothermel) - 5:11
  4. Tampico Trauma (Buffett) - 4:35
  5. Lovely Cruise (Baham) - 3:54
  6. Margaritaville (Buffett) - 4:09
  7. In the Shelter (Buffett) - 4:00
  8. Miss You So Badly (Buffett/Taylor) - 3:41
  9. Biloxi (Winchester) - 5:38
  10. Landfall (Buffett) - 3:14

Personnel

  • Jimmy Buffett - Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar, Vocals
  • Roger Bartlett - Guitar
  • David Bryant - Vocals
  • Kenneth A. Buttrey - Conga, Drums
  • Harry Dailey - Bass, Vocals
  • Michael Gardner - Drums
  • Michael Jeffrey - Guitar, Vocals
  • Sheldon Kurland - Strings
  • Marty Lewis - Engineer
  • Farrell Morris - Percussion
  • Billy Puett - Flute, Horn, Recorder
  • Norbert Putnam - Producer, String Arrangements
  • Alex Sadkin - Assistant Engineer
  • Greg "Fingers" Taylor - Harmonica
  • Mike Utley - Keyboards
  • Michael Utley - Organ, Piano, Arranger, String Arrangements
  • Frank Mulvey - Art Direction
  • Norbert Putman - Producer
  • Tim Bryant - Design
  • Tom Corcoran - Photography

Charting singles Billboard (North America)

 1977	Margaritaville	                            Adult Contemporary   No. 1
 1977	Changes In Latitudes, Changes In Attitudes  Country Singles      No. 24
 1977	Margaritaville	                            Country Singles      No. 13
 1977	Changes In Latitudes, Changes In Attitudes  Pop Singles	         No. 37
 1977	Margaritaville	                            Pop Singles	         No. 8



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