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The Eleventh Hour

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: The Eleventh Hour; Rio's Dream; Blue News; Dexter's Tune; Time To Kill; Of Things To Come; Freefall; No Left Turn; Clues; Canvas.

The Eleventh Hour

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: The Eleventh Hour; Rio's Dream; Blue News; Dexter's Tune; Time To Kill; Of Things To Come; Freefall; No Left Turn; Clues; Canvas.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jonathan Blake: The Eleventh Hour

Read "The Eleventh Hour" reviewed by Troy Collins

Some debut recordings encapsulate all of an aspiring artist's diverse interests; others are less ambitious, and merely document a particular ensemble or performance. The Eleventh Hour, an expansive tour de force by rising drummer Jonathan Blake, is a prime example of the former. Blake's successful merger of styles should come as no surprise; in addition to ...

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Label: Origin Records
Released: 0
Duration: 8:16

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Johnathan Blake: The Eleventh Hour

Read "The Eleventh Hour" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Jazz violinist John Blake, Jr.'s son, drummer Johnathan Blake, makes his debut on Sunnyside Records with The Eleventh Hour. While the leader, this recording does not have any of the hallmarks of a drummer-led date. Blake is careful not to crowd his band, making his mark as solid understatement, a seasoning that imparts just the right ...

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Johnathan Blake: The Eleventh Hour

Read "The Eleventh Hour" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

The health of an organism is its ability to reproduce and a fine example of jazz's continued vitality is heard on drummer Johnathan Blake's The Eleventh Hour. The debut's excellence comes as no surprise, though. This son of violinist John Blake Jr is already carving his name as a young rhythmic dynamo whose growing credits include ...

The Eleventh Hour

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Shadow Play; The Eleventh Hour: Part 1-Part 2-Part 3-Part 4-Part 5.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Evan Parker Electro-Acoustic Ensemble: The Eleventh Hour

Read "The Eleventh Hour" reviewed by Chris May

With over a decade of serious and engaging electro-acoustic experimentation behind him--some of it with the Electro-Acoustic Ensemble, some of it in other contexts--Evan Parker has produced his most ambitious and perfectly realised work in the genre to date in The Eleventh Hour: a masterpiece of sonic adventure and time travel. Not jazz as we previously ...

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Evan Parker Electro-Acoustic Ensemble: The Eleventh Hour

Read "The Eleventh Hour" reviewed by John Kelman

Anyone fortunate enough to hear British free jazz icon Evan Parker deliver his solo performance at this year's Ottawa International Jazz Festival got to hear him at his most exposed. While much has been written about his extended approaches on the soprano and tenor saxophones--including circular breathing that allows him to create virtually endless waves of ...

The Eleventh Hour

Label: Scandia
Released: 1963


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