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The Jayhawks (Rock/Alternative Country-Rock): Mockingbird Time [Digipak]

Audio Samples

>Hide Your Colors
>Closer To Your Side
>Tiny Arrows
>She Walks In So Many Ways
>High Water Blues
>Mockingbird Time
>Stand Out In the Rain
>Cinnamon Love
>Guilder Annie
>Black-Eyed Susan
>Pouring Rain At Dawn
>Hey Mr. Man
>Touch the Stars
>Darkest Hour
>Mockingbird Time: a Documentary
>She Walks In So Many Ways [Ocean Way Rehearsal Sessions, March 2011]
>Closer To Your Side [Ocean Way Rehearsal Sessions, March 2011]
>Tiny Arrows [Ocean Way Rehearsal Sessions, March 2011]
>King of Kings [Soundcheck At 7th Street Entry, New Year's Eve 1985]

Track List

>Hide Your Colors
>Closer To Your Side
>Tiny Arrows
>She Walks In So Many Ways
>High Water Blues
>Mockingbird Time
>Stand Out In the Rain
>Cinnamon Love
>Guilder Annie
>Black-Eyed Susan
>Pouring Rain At Dawn
>Hey Mr. Man
>Touch the Stars
>Darkest Hour
>Mockingbird Time: a Documentary
>She Walks In So Many Ways [Ocean Way Rehearsal Sessions, March 2011]
>Closer To Your Side [Ocean Way Rehearsal Sessions, March 2011]
>Tiny Arrows [Ocean Way Rehearsal Sessions, March 2011]
>King of Kings [Soundcheck At 7th Street Entry, New Year's Eve 1985]

Album Reviews:

Spin (p.76) - "MOCKINGBIRD is as comfortable as well-worn denim."

Record Collector (magazine) (p.96) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[E]very track is taken to a higher plain by the blend of voices, rich in the brotherly motifs of the Louvins or the Everlys."

Uncut (magazine) (p.85) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he stand-out is 'Tiny Arrows', a six-minute meander along dusty desert highways. It's a soaring gospel blues which reveals its bewildered charms in cinemascope."

Album Notes

Personnel: Milana Reiche, Jonathan Magness, Michael Sutton (violin); Jacqueline Ultan (cello).

Audio Mixer: Craig Schumacher.

Recording information: Asche & Spencer Studio, Minneapolis, MN (11/05/2010-12/04/2010); The Terrarium Recording Studios, Minneapolis, MN (11/05/2010-12/04/2010).

Photographer: Steven Cohen .

Arranger: Tom Scott.

The Jayhawks' first album in nearly a decade, Mockingbird Time finds the band reuniting with co-founder Mark Olson, who originally left the group in 1995. With Olson back in the saddle, the band's country harmonies are in full bloom, set to a backdrop of alt-country and weary, dusty rock & roll.



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