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Brand New Day
March 24, 2017
© 2017 Mono Mundo Recordings
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Brand New Day is the ninth studio album from The Mavericks. It was released on March 31, 2017. It is the band's first studio album on their new Mono Mundo Recordings label.
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Brand New Day
Easy as It Seems
I Think of You
Damned (If You Do)
I Will Be Yours
Ride with Me
I Wish You Well
For the Ages
March 31, 2017
© 2017 Mono Mundo Recordings
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Tarpaper Sky is the fourteenth solo studio album by Rodney Crowell. Crowell co-produced the album with long-time collaborator Steuart Smith and Dan Knobler. Tarpaper Sky follows Crowell's Grammy-winning duet album with Emmylou Harris, Old Yellow Moon and is his first release on New West.
Tarpaper Sky is made up of entirely original Crowell compositions. Doug Freeman of the Austin Chronicle credits Crowell for "balancing ballads and bar room stomps ... with his characteristic sense of autobiographical detail and precarious mortality."
The track, "God I'm Missing You," originally appeared on the 2012 Vanguard Records release Kin: Songs by Mary Karr & Rodney Crowell. Lucinda Williams performed the song on that compilation album. The phrase "Tarpaper Sky" appears in a line in that song.
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Mono is the eighth studio album by American country music band The Mavericks. It was released on February 17, 2015 via Valory Music Group. The album sold 8,000 copies in its first week of release, debuting at number 5 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. The album was recorded and mixed in monophonic sound.
In Time is the seventh studio album released by the Americana-neotraditional country-Tex-Mex band The Mavericks on February 26, 2013, on the Valory Music Group label, which is owned by Big Machine Records. The album was produced by Niko Bolas and Raul Malo. The album has achieved praise from the critics and according to Metacritic has garnered "universal acclaim".
The vinyl LP version of the record was pressed by United Record Pressing in Nashville, Tennessee.
The band released a video for the song "Back in Your Arms Again".
Live In Austin Texas
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. The Mavericks was the band's final studio album before they disbanded in 2003.
Also included on this album is a duet with Willie Nelson, "Time Goes By", and "In My Dreams" co-written and previously recorded by Rick Trevino on his 2003 album In My Dreams, an album which The Mavericks' lead singer Raul Malo produced. Trevino's version was also a single in 2003, peaking at #41 on the country charts.
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 U.S. country charts, "Dance the Night Away" reached #4 on the UK Singles Chart and "I've Got This Feeling" reached #27.
Music For All Occasions
Music for All Occasions is the fourth studio album by the American country music band The Mavericks. The album was released on September 26, 1995, by MCA Nashville. It includes the singles "Here Comes the Rain", "All You Ever Do Is Bring Me Down" and "Missing You". "Somethin' Stupid" is a cover of the Frank Sinatra song.
The song "Foolish Heart" was used on the soundtrack of the 1995 film From Dusk till Dawn.
What A Crying Shame
What a Crying Shame is the third studio album by the American country music band The Mavericks. The album was released on February 1, 1994, by MCA Nashville. It includes the singles "What a Crying Shame", "O What a Thrill", "There Goes My Heart", "I Should Have Been True" and "All That Heaven Will Allow". In order, these singles reached numbers 25, 18, 20, 30 and 49 on the Billboard Country Singles chart. The album was certified platinum by the RIAA and 2× Platinum by the CRIA.
"All That Heaven Will Allow" was previously recorded by Bruce Springsteen on his album Tunnel of Love, and "O What a Thrill" by James House on his first album, James House.
From Hell To Paradise
From Hell to Paradise is the second album by the American country music band The Mavericks. It was released in 1992 on MCA Nashville Records. The only album to feature David Lee Holt on lead guitar comprises ten songs, including re-recordings of four from their first album, The Mavericks: "Mr. Jones", "The End of the Line", "This Broken Heart" and "A Better Way". Two cover songs appear on this album: "Excuse Me" and "Hey Good Lookin'", which were previously recorded by Buck Owens and Hank Williams, respectively. The latter cover was one of two singles released from this album, and it peaked at #74 on the Billboard country charts in 1992. The other, "I Got You" b/w "A Better Way", failed to chart.
The Mavericks is the first album by the American country music band The Mavericks. It was released in 1990 on the Miami, Florida-based Cross Three label. Written entirely by the lead singer, Raul Malo, it is their only album with the guitarist Ben Peeler. "This Broken Heart", the only official single from this album, failed to chart. "I Don't Care If You Love Me Anymore" was later released on the soundtrack to the 1996 film Michael, and was a low-charting country single that year. "Mr. Jones", "The End of the Line", "This Broken Heart" and "A Better Way" were re-recorded in 1992 on the band's first major-label album From Hell to Paradise.
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