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)
Album · 1999 · 15 Songs. 15 Songs, 57 Minutes. Released: 1 Jan 1999. More By The Mavericks.
A list of the best Dallas Mavericks of all time. Until Mark Cuban bought the team in 2000, the Dallas Mavericks didn't have much playoff success outside of a few seasons in the mid-to-late 1980s. The foundation of those early Mavs teams featured some of the best players in its history like Rolando Blackman, Mark Aguirre, and Jay Vincent. Once Derek Harper was brought in as the team's point guard, it seemed like the recipe for future success was in place. However, the Mavs couldn't put it all together.
They maintained a high level of creativity with its two follow-ups, 1995's Music for All Occasions and 1998's Trampoline, but their audience shrank somewhat, turning into a cult following much like Lyle Lovett's - they were popular, going gold with their new albums, but they didn't have crossover hits . Still, it's a good roundup of the best of the best, and a nice reminder to casual fans who haven't paid attention since What a Crying Shame that the Mavericks have a lot more to offer.
Brand New Day (The Mavericks album). 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. The album debuted at No. 149 on the Billboard 200, and No. 31 on Top Country Albums in its first week of release. It sold 5,000 copies in the first week, and a further 1,500 in the second week
The Mavericks – masters of country-Latino-rock’n’roll, born in the rich cultural mix of Miami then tempered in Nashville’s country hothouse – rode high in the country and rock charts of the 1990s with culture-crossing hits like ‘What A Crying Shame’ and ‘All You Ever Do Is Bring Me Down’. A Mavericks show mixes the best of the past with the new material and the fans love the latter as much – if not more – than the former. For Eddie Perez it’s more fun this time around.
The Best Of The Mavericks. 15 tracks · 1 January 1999. 13 tracks · 1 January 2012. The Mavericks Collection.