The Mavericks (2003 album)

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The Mavericks
Mavericks2003.jpg
Studio album by The Mavericks
Released September 23, 2003 (2003-09-23)
Genre Americana, neotraditional country, Tex-Mex, western swing
Label EMI/Sanctuary
Producer Kenny Greenberg
Raul Malo
The Mavericks chronology
Trampoline
(1998)
The Mavericks
(2003)
In Time
(2013)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars link

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). The Mavericks was the band's final studio album before they disbanded in 2003.

Also included on this album is a duet with Willie Nelson, "Time Goes By", and "In My Dreams" co-written and previously recorded by Rick Trevino on his 2003 album In My Dreams, an album which The Mavericks' lead singer Raul Malo produced. Trevino's version was also a single in 2003, peaking at #41 on the country charts.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "I Want to Know" (Raul Malo) – 3:31
  2. "In My Dreams" (Malo, Alan Miller, Rick Trevino) – 4:42
  3. "Shine Your Light" (Malo) – 3:45
  4. "I'm Wondering" (Malo, Dale Watson) – 3:15
  5. "By the Time" (Malo, Alan Miller, Jaime Hanna) – 4:35
  6. "Would You Believe" (Malo, Alan Miller) – 5:24
  7. "Too Lonely" (Malo, Alan Miller) – 3:06
  8. "Time Goes By" (Malo, Alan Miller, Hanna) – 4:37
  9. "San Jose" (Malo, Alan Miller) – 3:35
  10. "Because of You" (Malo, Alan Miller, Hanna, Trevino) – 3:33
  11. "The Air That I Breathe" (Albert Hammond, Mike Hazlewood) – 4:01

Personnel[edit]

The Mavericks[edit]

Additional Musicians[edit]

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2003) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 32

References[edit]

  • Allmusic (see infobox)