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What A Crying Shame

Mavericks (マーヴェリックス)

基本情報

ジャンル
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カタログNo
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MCAD10961
組み枚数
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1
レーベル
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Mca
オリジナル盤発売年
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1994
フォーマット
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CD
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Alan Umstead(Violin),  Brent Mason(Guitar (Electric)),  Bruce Bouton(Guitar (Steel)),  Carl Gorodetzky(Violin),  Connie Ellisor(Violin),  Glenn Worf(Bass),  John Barlow Jarvis(Piano),  John Jarvis(Organ),  John Jarvis(Piano),  Lee Larrison(Violin),  Mark Casstevens(Guitar),  Mark Casstevens(Guitar (Acoustic)),  Nick Kane(Guitar),  Paul Deakin(Drums),  Raul Malo(Guitar),  Raul Malo(Vocals),  Ted Madsen(Violin),  Dennis Wilson(Vocals (Background)),  Gary VanOsdale(Viola),  Glenn Worf(Bass (Upright)),  James House(Vocals (Background)),  John Barlow Jarvis(Organ (Hammond)),  John Wesley Ryles(Vocals (Background)),  Joy White(Vocals (Background)),  Kris Wilkinson(Viola),  Raul Malo(Guitar (Rhythm)),  Rob Hajacos(Fiddle),  Robert Reynolds(Bass (Electric)),  Stan Lynch(Conga),  Stan Lynch(Tambourine),  Trisha Yearwood(Vocals (Background)),  Stan Lynch(Claves),  Stan Lynch(Tympani [Timpani]),  Stan Lynch(Cabassa),  Don Cook(Producer),  Mike Bradley(Engineer),  Buddy Jackson(Art Direction),  Dennis Burnside(Conductor),  Dennis Burnside(String Arrangements),  Jim Herrington(Photography),  Mike Bradley(Mixing)

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The Mavericks fully hit their stride with their third album, 1994's What a Crying Shame, in which the band's blend of rootsy country and vintage pop sounds finally found the balance they'd been searching for. While producer Don Cook gave the band a significantly glossier sound than that of their first two albums, with a hefty number of guest musicians (and guest songwriters) on board, remarkably enough the Mavericks' personality wasn't subsumed in the process; if anything, the high-priced help seemed to have prodded the boys into playing at the top of their game. Raul Malo's keening tenor gets a superb workout on I Should Have Been True and the title cut (the latter of which boasts a guitar hook Roger McGuinn would have been proud to come up with), while Pretend and There Goes My Heart are honky tonk floor-fillers of the first order. Robert Reynolds and Paul Deakin are a rhythm section who can give these songs the nervy drive of a rock band without betraying the Mavericks' country leanings, and they give the covers of All That Heaven Will Allow and O What a Thrill a taut foundation most contemporary Nashville acts lack. Truth to tell, What a Crying Shame doesn't have a single dud track, and offers encouraging proof that it's still possible to make an engaging and idiosyncratic country album while signed to the Nashville division of a major label...

and the best news is, the band managed to turn that accomplishment into a hat trick over the next few years. ~ Mark Deming, All Music Guide

収録曲   

  • 01. There Goes My Heart (03:16)
  • 02. What A Crying Shame (03:50)
  • 03. Pretend (03:37)
  • 04. I Should Have Been True (05:14)
  • 05. Things You Said To Me, The (03:31)
  • 06. Just A Memory - (with Joy White) (02:24)
  • 07. All That Heaven Will Allow (03:34)
  • 08. Neon Blue - (with Trisha Yearwood) (03:56)
  • 09. O What A Thrill - (with James House) (03:13)
  • 10. Ain't Found Nobody (03:18)
  • 11. Losing Side Of Me, The (03:51)

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Mavericks

Fusing traditional country with a rich variety of rock, pop, and Latin influences, the Mavericks became one of the most critically acclaimed and commercially successful groups of the early '90s. The group's run of hits faded in the 21st century, yet they still held on to a loyal fan base who embrace the group's enthusiastic eclecticism.Led by singer/songwriter Raul Malo (born August 7, 1965, Miami

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