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  • Audio CD (19 Jan. 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD-ROM
  • Label: Import
  • ASIN: B000002OR0
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Mavericks (us) - What A Crying Shame - Cd

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This is arguably the most country of the Mavericks albums yet there are already hints of their desire to draw on other influences, as they do in later albums. Kostas who contributes a great deal of songs to a number of Dwight Yoakam albums co-writes 6 songs (4 with Raul Malo and one with legendary country songsmith Harlan Howard) Raul Malo's songwriting is also to the fore. He manages to retain simple lyrics (note 'Just A Memory', 'What a Crying Shame' and 'There Goes My Heart' without ever becoming trite. The album starts with 'There Goes My Jeart' which is reminiscent of some of Buck Owens work. There are leanings towards a sound of Buck Owens, Dwight Yoakam and even Roy Orbison ('What A Crying Shame', 'I Should Have Been True' and 'Oh What A Thrill' - the latter written by Jese Winchester) interspersed throughout the album. 'Pretend' sounds like a song that Dwight Yoakam could easily cover should he wish. 'The Things You said to me', demonstrates the Mavericks ability to switch effortlessly between musical styles showcasing a rockabilly style also demonstrated on the last song on the album 'The Losing Side of me'. For good measure they also include a great version of Bruce Springsteens 'All That Heaven Will Allow'. For me the standout song on the album is 'Neon Blue' co-written by Kostas and Pete Anderson - a traditional country heartbreaker. Incidentally, in the CD liner notes the background to the lyrics of 'Neon Blue' shows a poster of a heart with the words El Corazon underneath - is this where Steve Earle got the idea for his album title?
Overall a great mix of modern and traditional sounds completely interwoven. An excellent album and one I would thoroughly recommend.
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By KaleHawkwood TOP 100 REVIEWER on 15 Jun. 2015
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With its moodily smart front and back covers and general air of dignified, gentrified yet downhome C&W, this is most definitely The Mavericks' country album.
If all that sounds like they've reined in their trademark upbeat lack of pomposity for something less vibrant, less joyous - well, they haven't really, it's all still here, only in a more reflective, more 'sober' country-ballad way.
Raul Malo's singing is as ever utterly lovely (what a very fine singer this man is, doesn't get enough credit, however popular they are) and he sings songs such as It Should Have Been True and the strong opener There Goes My Heart with all the Latin-inflected intensity we know and love him for. The Roy Orbison of modern country music? Not far off.
The first uptempo number is the doo-wop-ish fifth track The Things You Said To Me, which is great fun, with its deft guitar solo. They even do fine and dandy versions of Springsteen's All That Heaven Will Allow (a nicely unpredictable choice) and Jesse Winchester's O What a Thrill.
Mavericks favourite Trisha Yearwood sings backup with Raul on the pretty, midtempo ballad Neon Blue, another delight on a record full of them.
While this 1994 album isn't quite as varied as, say, the later Trampoline, it's still The Mavericks at their impassioned best.
And now I see they've reformed - always good to have you around, guys...
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This is pretty well my best of the Mavericks, the one album that's got all my favourite tracks. If you like early Roy Orbison you'll love this. What a singer Raul Malo is! Sort of retro, but not; sort of country but more. What more can I say? Tears, Speechless! (private joke)
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I'd recommend this cd to anyone who loves music - every song is perfectly done. it's a joy. Raul Malo hits every note perfectly.He also has the ability to make me smile, which says it all when listening to music, he touches your heart.
Worth buying. Thank you The Mavericks - they never disappoint.
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By Peter Durward Harris #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on 1 Jun. 2005
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Two of the founder members of Mavericks were fans of traditional country music from Florida who knew that they had to play a different style of music to make a living. Their early albums, including this one, were clearly influenced by traditional country but not limited by it. While there are traditional instrument here including fiddle and steel guitar, the credits also include congas, tambourine, organ and other non-country instruments. Nevertheless, the overall feel of this album is country and should please all but the most die-hard traditionalists.
With Raul Malo's superb voice and classic songs such as the title track and There goes my heart, this became (and has remained) their most successful album in America. Most of the songs are originals but the album includes fine cobers of O what a thrill (Jesse Winchester) and All that heaven will allow (Bruce Springsteen). Other highlights include Neon blue (with Trisha Yearwood on backing vocals), Pretend and I should have been true.
Although my favorite Mavericks album is the one that followed this (Music for all occasions) and the one after that (Trampoline) provided the Mavericks with a huge new British fan base, I rate this album very highly.
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I was already a fan and used this opportunity to buy something from their back catalogue, Raul,s voice is always amazing
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Love the Mavericks, bought 2 of his C.D.'s to add to my collection. Music is easy to listen to and relax to
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used cd in perfect condition. very pleased.
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