Who Sang Funeral Dance? Jimmy Buffett


Some other versions of "Funeral Dance"
Credits
release date: 1998-4-28
genres: Rock Latin Folk, World, & Country
styles: Zydeco/Cajun/Country/Soft Rock/Folk Rock/Cubano/Country Rock
length: 0:52
In Amerigo, Carnival was as hallowed as Christmas itself, perhaps slightly more
so.
There was a meaning to it. See, Islanders did not put into words, yet which
made it the authentic supreme day in the Kinjian calendar.

Africa was marching down the main street of this little harbor town today.

Africa, in undimmed black vitality, surging up out of centuries of island
displacement, island slavery, island isolation, island ignorance.

Africa, unquenchable in its burning love of life.

Carnival was Africa Day in Amerigo.



Tracklist
  • 1 Intro-The Legend of Norman Paperman/Kinja
  • 2 Public Relations
  • 3 Calaloo
  • 4 Island Fever
  • 5 Sheila Says
  • 6 Just an Old Truth Teller
  • 7 Henny's Song: The Key to My Man
  • 8 Kinja Rules
  • 9 A Thousand Steps to Nowhere
  • 10 It's All About the Water
  • 11 Champagne Si, Agua No
  • 12 Public Relations (reprise)
  • 13 The Handiest Frenchman in the Caribbean
  • 14 Hippolyte's Habitat (Qui Moun' Qui)
  • 15 Who Are We Trying to Fool?
  • 16 Fat Person Man
  • 17 Up on the Hill
  • 18 Domicile
  • 19 Funeral Dance
  • 20 Time to Go Home

  • Album Information
    country(area): United States
    script: Latin