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The Mavericks

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Dance The Night Away The Mavericks 04:24
All You Ever Do Is Bring Me Down The Mavericks, Flaco Jimenez 04:20
Pizziricco The Mavericks 04:02
Blue Moon The Mavericks 04:01
Here Comes My Baby The Mavericks 03:12
Back In Your Arms Again The Mavericks 04:20
What A Crying Shame The Mavericks 03:50
Here Comes The Rain The Mavericks 03:48
Recuerdos The Mavericks 05:07
From Hell To Paradise The Mavericks 04:55

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The End Of The Line
Mr. Jones
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Excuse Me (I Think I've Got A Heartache)

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Biography

Although hailing from Miami, The Mavericks' distinctive brand of tex-mex country fusion sounds more rooted in the deserts of Albuquerque than the swamplands of Florida. Their debut album, 'From Hell to Paradise' was released in 1992 followed up by their second album 'What a Crying Shame' which generated four top 40 hits and firmly established the band with country audiences in the US.

Their fifth album 'Trampoline' was launched in 1998 from which the single 'Dance the Night Away' became a UK hit reaching number four in the charts. Although the band released a greatest hits compilation in 1999 (which they re-released the following year with two extra tracks), 'Trampoline' was effectively the final Mavericks studio album before the band dissolved in 2000 beset by financial difficulties. They reformed briefly in 2003 but split again before re-uniting for a tour in 2012.

Founder member Robert Reynolds was dismissed soon after due to drug dependency and the band have since relied upon session players to handle bass duties. The band's 2015 record 'Mono' was their eighth studio album and debuted at number five in Billboard's Country Chart selling 8,000 copies in the first week. They followed this up with 'Brand New Day' in 2017, however that didn't garner the same level of success, only managing to chart at number 149 in the Billboard 200 and number 31 in the Top Country Albums Chart.