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Mavericks [Bonus Tracks]

  • 1. Angels
    2. I Know You Will
    3. Here Without You
    4. Close Your Eyes
    5. Anymore
    6. I Want to Break Your Heart
    7. She Was the One
    8. Geometry
    9. Child in You, The
    10. Lover's Rock
    11. Taken
    12. Haven't Got the Right (To Treat Me Wrong)
    13. Angels
    14. Hollywood Waltz
    15. Close Your Eyes
    16. Anymore - (Remix)
    17. Here Without You - (Acoustic Mix)
    18. I Knew You Would
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 8542

  • Credits
    ProducerPeter Holsapple; Chris Stamey; Peter Holsapple; Chris Stamey
    EngineerBill Scheniman; John Siket; James MacMillan; Jon Rosenberg; James MacMillan; Bill Scheniman; John Siket

    Personnel: Peter Holsapple, Chris Stamey (vocals, acoustic & electric guitars, keyboards, bass, drums); Gene Holder (guitar), Jane Scarpantoni (cello); Ilene Markell (bass); James MacMillan (bass, vocals); Michael Blair, Alan Bezozi (drums); Chris Butler, Michael Shockley (tambourines).
    Personnel: Peter Holsapple (various instruments, guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, recorder, piano, organ, bass guitar, drums); Chris Stamey (various instruments, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, accordion, piano, organ, bass guitar, drums); Ilene Markell (electric bass, bass guitar); Gene Holder (guitar); Dave Schramm (electric guitar, steel guitar); Jane Scarpantoni (cello); Michael Blair (glockenspiel, drums, shaker); James MacMillan (fretless bass); Alan Bezozi (drums); Chris Butler, Michael Shockley (tambourine).
    Audio Mixers: Chris Stamey; James MacMillan ; George Cowan.
    Liner Note Authors: Peter Holsapple; Chris Stamey.
    Recording information: Water Music, Hoboken, NJ.
    Photographer: Carol Whaley.
    Arrangers: Peter Holsapple; Chris Stamey.
    As the singer-songwriters behind '80s power-pop cult heroes the dB's, Peter Holsapple and Chris Stamey made some serious history together. Reconvening for this duo album years after they initially parted ways, they embraced the more melodic, folk-rock-flavored side of their old sound, largely eschewing the quirkier aspects of the dB's. This move made for a gorgeous collection that highlights the pair's new-wave-Everly Brothers harmonies and undeniable gift for well-crafted compositions.

  • Critic Reviews
    Rolling Stone (6/13/91) - 3.5 Stars - Very Good "...a savvy collection of seasoned folk pop that smoothly reconciles past artistic exudes a cozy air of hope, intimacy and economy...bring new dimension to the work of two of pop's long-deserving songwriters.."
    Spin (p.93) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "[A] sunny little set, a more bucolic take on their high-strung power pop..."
    Dirty Linen (p.57) - "[The album] continues to resonate with ultra-smooth vocal harmonies, hook-laden folk-pop arrangements, and a scaled-back, electro-acoustic sound."
    Musician (5/91) - "...emits some of the darkest vibes this side of the deep blues...Only a fool would cross these cats: They may seem wimpy, but they've got a nasty streak. And that's what makes MAVERICKS so intriguing.."
    No Depression (p.67) - "[I]t functions as a reminder of Holsapple and Stamey's sublime songwriting skills."
    New York Times (Publisher) (1/1/92) - "..Quiet, gentle guitar-pop, totally unhip and practically timeless.."
    Harp (magazine) (pp.111-112) - "[With] tales of heartbreak like 'Close Your Eyes' and 'She Was the One' riding on irresistible melodies and harmonies."
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