by The Jayhawks
- Record Label: Rounder
- Release Date: Sep 20, 2011
- Artist(s): Mark Olson, Gary Louris, Tim O'Reagan, Marc Perlman
- Summary: This is the first album to reunite the entire original lineup of the rock band since its 1985 release, Tomorrow the Green Grass.
- Record Label: Rounder
- Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Adult Alternative Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Alternative Pop/Rock
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|Pouring Rain at Dawn|
|Baby close the door, The only one you know, The footsteps you keep wandering on and on. The pouring rain at dawn. Set yourself at ease, You're...||See the rest of the song lyrics|
Positive: 13 out of 18
Mixed: 5 out of 18
Negative: 0 out of 18
Sep 20, 2011The Jayhawks are still crafting music that should be emulated. And that in and of itself is why Mockingbird Time is worth its 50 minutes.
MojoSep 20, 2011With very few exceptions, there's a real sense of unity throughout the album. [Oct 2011, p.106]
Sep 23, 2011Mockingbird Time is a simple but richly rewarding example of what the Jayhawks do better than anyone, and serves as a potent reminder that they're one of the finest American bands of their time.
Sep 20, 2011The Jayhawks made their mix a signature long ago; though they stretch out with surprising hooks, the tunes are branded like calves--soaring singalongs full of bad weather, emotional and meteorological.
Sep 20, 2011There must be worse fates than ending up as a classic pop jukebox, and there's excitement as well as devotion in all this archaeology.
Q MagazineSep 28, 2011Mockingbird Time, the band's first album in eight years, places them right back in the hazy glow of Laurel Canyon sunset. [Oct 2011, p.123]
Sep 20, 2011The Jayhawks release their most insipid, uninspired album in years.
Positive: 1 out of 1
Mixed: 0 out of 1
Negative: 0 out of 1
Sep 23, 2011Mimicking another old-timer who grabbed a copy of this splendid release off the racks, I didn't hear a bad song on the ride home. This isMimicking another old-timer who grabbed a copy of this splendid release off the racks, I didn't hear a bad song on the ride home. This is harmonic major-key Americana made for these discordant rocky times. Mockingbird Time has just become my favorite album by the Jayhawks.… Expand
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