The Mavericks

The Mavericks

Founded1989
OriginMiami, Florida
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The Mavericks is a music group formed in Miami, Florida in 1989. A fair amount of people listen to The Mavericks on Spotify: they have a popularity score of 52 out of 100 and around 68,000 followers as of 2018. The Mavericks's Instagram account (@the_mavericks) keeps a low profile with around 20,000 followers. The Mavericks's recent posts to Instagram have gotten around 800 likes each.

The Mavericks Popular Songs

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52/100
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What A Crying Shame1
What A Crying Shame
What A Crying Shame
All Night Live, Vol. 12
Harvest Moon - Live
All Night Live, Vol. 1
Trampoline3
Dance The Night Away
Trampoline
Music For All Occasions4
Foolish Heart
Music For All Occasions
The Definitive Collection5
Here Comes My Baby
The Definitive Collection
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What A Crying Shame and All Night Live, Vol. 1 are some of the more popular The Mavericks albums. Notable tracks from these albums include What A Crying Shame, What A Crying Shame, and Harvest Moon - Live. What A Crying Shame is The Mavericks's most popular track, scoring 41 out of 100 on the popularity scale. What A Crying Shame and Harvest Moon - Live have popularity scores of 41 and 38, respectively. The Spotify popularity score is on a scale from 0 to 100 and reflects the number of times the song has been played and how recently it has been played.

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“Four In Time” - When we got back together and recorded a new Mavericks album, the first in nine years (!), it had to look different to match how uniquely different it sounded. I had seen some new gorgeous wet plate photos by my dear friend @_marktucker, one of which was an image of dead, dried flowers that was so beautiful that I thought it might fit the title ‘In Time’ as an example of what happens in time, a snapshot in time, so to speak. The other guys loved it, and so began my campaign to convince Mark to get involved in our album packaging. Mark, who is a very experienced professional photographer (he shot the photography for the Music for All Occasions album package, by the way) had given up on the music business and has successfully pursued his art photography career now for some time. The idea of dealing with a record company again did not appeal to him anymore! Luckily, he had a soft spot for The Mavericks, and with my idea of shooting everything with the old wet plate process, we spent two days shooting the band and stills that connected us all together. I think Mark made something close to 120 metal wet plate images with several assistants, all shot at his house.  Each image was 8” x 10” and the collodion on black metal plates was a messy, time-consuming process. The antiquated-looking prints were beyond beautiful and had the unique look we wanted. Here are a few photos of the prints as they were drying. I wish we had gotten to keep at least one between each of us, but alas they are probably in some file cabinet at the record company’s headquarters. - @jerrydalemcfadden #MAVS30
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Join the celebration with us all year long at #MAVS30 ⚡️ #TheMavericks #MavericksMusic #MonoMundoRecordingsThe Mavericks Instagram: “Four In Time” - When we got back together and recorded a new Mavericks album, the first in nine years (!), it had to look different to match how uniquely different it sounded. I had seen some new gorgeous wet plate photos by my dear friend @_marktucker, one of which was an image of dead, dried flowers that was so beautiful that I thought it might fit the title ‘In Time’ as an example of what happens in time, a snapshot in time, so to speak. The other guys loved it, and so began my campaign to convince Mark to get involved in our album packaging. Mark, who is a very experienced professional photographer (he shot the photography for the Music for All Occasions album package, by the way) had given up on the music business and has successfully pursued his art photography career now for some time. The idea of dealing with a record company again did not appeal to him anymore! Luckily, he had a soft spot for The Mavericks, and with my idea of shooting everything with the old wet plate process, we spent two days shooting the band and stills that connected us all together. I think Mark made something close to 120 metal wet plate images with several assistants, all shot at his house.  Each image was 8” x 10” and the collodion on black metal plates was a messy, time-consuming process. The antiquated-looking prints were beyond beautiful and had the unique look we wanted. Here are a few photos of the prints as they were drying. I wish we had gotten to keep at least one between each of us, but alas they are probably in some file cabinet at the record company’s headquarters. - @jerrydalemcfadden #MAVS30 • Join the celebration with us all year long at #MAVS30 ⚡️ #TheMavericks #MavericksMusic #MonoMundoRecordings
“Four In Time” - When we got back together and recorded a new Mavericks album, the first in nine years (!), it had to look different to match how uniquely different it sounded. I had seen some new gorgeous wet plate photos by my dear friend @_marktucker, one of which was an image of dead, dried flowers that was so beautiful that I thought it might fit the title ‘In Time’ as an example of what happens in time, a snapshot in time, so to speak. The other guys loved it, and so began my campaign to convince Mark to get involved in our album packaging. Mark, who is a very experienced professional photographer (he shot the photography for the Music for All Occasions album package, by the way) had given up on the music business and has successfully pursued his art photography career now for some time. The idea of dealing with a record company again did not appeal to him anymore! Luckily, he had a soft spot for The Mavericks, and with my idea of shooting everything with the old wet plate process, we spent two days shooting the band and stills that connected us all together. I think Mark made something close to 120 metal wet plate images with several assistants, all shot at his house.  Each image was 8” x 10” and the collodion on black metal plates was a messy, time-consuming process. The antiquated-looking prints were beyond beautiful and had the unique look we wanted. Here are a few photos of the prints as they were drying. I wish we had gotten to keep at least one between each of us, but alas they are probably in some file cabinet at the record company’s headquarters. - @jerrydalemcfadden #MAVS30
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Join the celebration with us all year long at #MAVS30 ⚡️ #TheMavericks #MavericksMusic #MonoMundoRecordingsThe Mavericks Instagram: “Four In Time” - When we got back together and recorded a new Mavericks album, the first in nine years (!), it had to look different to match how uniquely different it sounded. I had seen some new gorgeous wet plate photos by my dear friend @_marktucker, one of which was an image of dead, dried flowers that was so beautiful that I thought it might fit the title ‘In Time’ as an example of what happens in time, a snapshot in time, so to speak. The other guys loved it, and so began my campaign to convince Mark to get involved in our album packaging. Mark, who is a very experienced professional photographer (he shot the photography for the Music for All Occasions album package, by the way) had given up on the music business and has successfully pursued his art photography career now for some time. The idea of dealing with a record company again did not appeal to him anymore! Luckily, he had a soft spot for The Mavericks, and with my idea of shooting everything with the old wet plate process, we spent two days shooting the band and stills that connected us all together. I think Mark made something close to 120 metal wet plate images with several assistants, all shot at his house.  Each image was 8” x 10” and the collodion on black metal plates was a messy, time-consuming process. The antiquated-looking prints were beyond beautiful and had the unique look we wanted. Here are a few photos of the prints as they were drying. I wish we had gotten to keep at least one between each of us, but alas they are probably in some file cabinet at the record company’s headquarters. - @jerrydalemcfadden #MAVS30 • Join the celebration with us all year long at #MAVS30 ⚡️ #TheMavericks #MavericksMusic #MonoMundoRecordings
Amazing work on the #concertposter for our upcoming @beacontheatre show, by the talented @matt.c.harvey! 🙌 This poster will be available in limited quantities at the show. We hope you’ll join us for an unforgettable evening of music and memories in the City next Saturday June 8th 🌃 (and of course, some incredible posters)! For tickets 🎟, click the link in our bio above ⤴️ See you soon! #MAVS30 #NYC #TheMavericks #MavericksMusic #MonoMundoRecordingsThe Mavericks Instagram: Amazing work on the #concertposter for our upcoming @beacontheatre show, by the talented @matt.c.harvey! 🙌 This poster will be available in limited quantities at the show. We hope you’ll join us for an unforgettable evening of music and memories in the City next Saturday June 8th 🌃 (and of course, some incredible posters)! For tickets 🎟, click the link in our bio above ⤴️ See you soon! #MAVS30 #NYC #TheMavericks #MavericksMusic #MonoMundoRecordings
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