The Mavericks - The Mavericks album flac
Title: The Mavericks
Style: Country Rock
MP3 album: 1415 mb
FLAC album: 1372 mb
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The Mavericks is the sixth studio album by the American country music band The Mavericks. It was their only release for Sanctuary Records, and their first studio album since Trampoline in 1998. The album produced three singles in "I Want to Know", "Would You Believe" and a cover version of "The Air That I Breathe", which was made famous by The Hollies. The latter was the only single to enter the charts, peaking at number 59 on Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs)
Trampoline (The Mavericks album). Trampoline is the fifth studio album by the American country music band The Mavericks. The album was released on March 10, 1998, by MCA Nashville. It includes the singles "To Be with You", "Dance the Night Away" and "I've Got This Feeling". Although none of these singles were Top 40 hits on the . country charts, "Dance the Night Away" reached on the UK Singles Chart and "I've Got This Feeling" reached #27.
The Mavericks are back and indeed, just in time. Just a step below are American Songwriter, Daily Breeze, The Huffington Post, The Oakland Press The Philadelphia Inquirer and USA Today. Hal Horowitz of American Songwriter rated the album a effort, and affirmed that the album "is as powerful and timeless as anything they have done, which is saying plenty". It's the Mavericks at their best.
On their first studio album since leaving MCA in 1999, the Mavericks find themselves at a creative crossroads. While vocalist and songwriter Raul Malo is able to freely indulge his muse on any number of projects, the band as whole has been making numerous musical decisions. The results are not always positive.
The Mavericks formed in Miami, Florida, in the late 1980s and made friends and fans by playing their infectious Americana foot-stompers inside of rock clubs. Apparently, country clubs wanted country cover bands and turned the Mavericks away because they played original songs. On this sophomore album, Malo's songwriting bore more fruit than a field of prickly pear cacti. Songs like the Sir Douglas Quintet-flavored "I Got You" and the roadhouse rocker "End Of The Line" should have climbed the charts, but they were upstaged by a drop-dead gorgeous rendition of Hank Williams' "Hey Good Lookin'" (the only single from their second album to get radio airplay). In 1994, the band released What a Crying Shame, a rm album that went platinum and yielded three singles.
Sometimes all you need for things to come right is a little time.
The Mavericks’ 30th anniversary as a band is approaching. We’ve also got a Cuban band signed to Mono Mundo, the Sweet Lizzy Project, and they’re getting ready to release an album next year. So we’ve got a lot of irons in the fire right now. In This Article: The Mavericks.
The Mavericks – The Mavericks. Label: Y&T Music – YT-1. Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Mandolin, Banjo, Lap Steel Guitar, Resonator Guitar – Ben Peeler. Arranged By – The Mavericks. Art Direction – Gail Ghezzi. Backing Vocals – Froilan Sosa (tracks: 8, 13).
The Mavericks won Vocal Group of the Year at the Country Music Awards in 1995 and 1996. They won a Grammy Award in 1996 for Best Country Performance by Duo/Group with Vocals. Their version of "Blue Moon" was featured in Tom Hanks' 1995 motion picture "Apollo 13". Members. Raul Malo - vocals Robert Reynolds - bass Paul Deakin - drums Eddie Perez - guitar.
|1||You'll Never Know||2:54|
|2||The End Of The Line (Jim Bakker)||3:34|
|3||This Broken Heart||4:16|
|5||Tomorrow Never Comes||3:19|
|6||The Lonely Waltz||4:27|
|7||Watch Over Me||2:47|
|8||A Better Way||4:10|
|9||Another Lonely Life (Paul's Song)||4:23|
|10||I Don't Care (If You Love Me Anymore)||4:18|
|11||Keep Moving On||3:18|
|12||I'll Give You Back (When You Belong To Me)||4:14|
|13||Strength To Say Goodbye||2:48|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Malo Music, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Malo Music, Inc.
- Recorded At – Tropical Recording Studio, Miami, FL
- Mastered At – Digital House
- Manufactured By – Digital House
- Accordion – Dennis Hetzendorfer
- Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Mandolin, Banjo, Lap Steel Guitar, Resonator Guitar [Dobro] – Ben Peeler
- Arranged By – The Mavericks
- Art Direction – Gail Ghezzi
- Backing Vocals – Froilan Sosa (tracks: 8, 13)
- Backing Vocals, Bass Guitar, Vocals [Screams] – Robert Reynolds
- Bass [Doghouse] – Steve Newton
- Coordinator [Project] – TCA Group
- Drums – Paul Deakin
- Engineer – Rick Reed
- Engineer [Assistant] – Louis Angel
- Executive Producer – Richard Ulloa
- Fiddle – Debbie Spring
- Harmonica – Homer Wills
- Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Piano – Raul Malo
- Mixed By – Ben Peeler, Raul Malo, Rick Reed
- Other [Invaluable Assistance] – Bill Ashton
- Photography By – Jose Molina
- Producer – Raul Malo, The Mavericks
- Written-By – Raul Malo
NotesCover incorrectly states time for track 8 as 6:07.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: none
- Matrix / Runout: DIGITAL HOUSE LTD. YT01M USOD01
|YT-1||The Mavericks||The Mavericks (CD, Album)||Y&T Music||YT-1||US||1990|
|CTR 9403||The Mavericks||The Mavericks (CD, Album)||Cross Three Records||CTR 9403||US||1990|
|CTR 9403||The Mavericks||The Mavericks (Cass, Album)||Cross Three Records||CTR 9403||US||1990|
|HIP-40113, 440 113-2||The Mavericks||The Mavericks (CD, Album, RE)||Hip-O Records, Hip-O Records||HIP-40113, 440 113-2||UK & Europe||Unknown|
|HIP-40113||The Mavericks||The Mavericks (CD, Album, RE)||Hip-O Records||HIP-40113||Europe||Unknown|