The Mavericks were one of the main country bands of the 1990s.
Formed in Miami (Florida) in 1989 by singer-songwriter Raul Malo,
bassist Robert Reynolds and drummer Paul Deakin, the Mavericks debuted
with Mavericks (Y&T, 1990), and a sound that linked
melodramatic pop (This Broken Heart, The Lonely Waltz),
western swing (I'll Give You Back, You'll Never Know)
rockabilly (The End Of The Line) and southern-boogie
(Keep Moving On).
From Hell to Paradise (MCA, 1992) continued rehearsing the canon of
rockabilly and honky-honk (This Broken Heart).
Guitarist Nick Kane joined the band on What A Crying Shame (1994),
a collection that ventured in new directions
(There Goes My Heart, I Should Have Been True)
and heralded the stylistic fusion
that bloomed on Music For All Occasions (1995), a meeting point of
pop (Here Comes The Rain), tex-mex (All You Ever Do Is Bring Me Down), Latin (Missing You), jazz (My Secret Flame),
blues and country.
Trampoline (1998), their most perfect production, features
Dance The Night Away.
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