The Eleventh Hour continues closely in the foot steppes of the previous Chase The Dragon. But while Chase The Dragon featured several tracks that went on to become live favourites and classics, this album lacks stand out tracks. Most of the songs here are good and match the quality of the least good songs from Chase The Dragon, but there is nothing here to match the best songs from that album. This fact, together with the fact that the band did not move forward stylistically with this album, makes it a lesser album compared to Chase The Dragon.
The Eleventh Hour" is an 9-episode story arc from The Adventure Zone, a D&D Actual Play podcast from the McElroy family. This album contains all the original songs featured in those episodes, plus a couple of sweet, sweet bonus tracks. released December 11, 2016. supported by 551 fans who also own The Adventure Zone: The Eleventh Hour OST. So more Night Vale it is. Thank you all of you for keeping me company.
The Eleventh Hour is a phrase meaning at the last moment, taken from a passage in the Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard in the King James Bible. The Eleventh Hour may also refer to: The Eleventh Hour (1912 film), an Australian silent film. The Eleventh Hour (1922 film), a British adaptation of one of Ethel M. Dell's romance novels. Eleventh Hour (1942 animated film), a Superman cartoon. Eleventh Hour (1942 documentary film), an Australian short documentary film.
Album Name At the Eleven Hour. Erscheinungsdatum 1989. Labels Silver Rarities. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. Recorded live at Point Depot, Dublin, Ireland, 30/12/1989. 7. All I Want Is You. 8. Where the Streets Have No Name. 10. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking for. 11. MLK. 12. One Tree Hill. DISC 2. 1. Van Dieman's Land. 3. New Year's Day. 4. Pride (in the Name of Love).
The album opens with the edgy pop of "Disappear," reminiscent of their 1995 MTV hit, "Flood" (and its confusing video of a tormented retard stuck in a mud bog). Disappear" shows more melodic polish and punch than "Flood," though, reflecting seven years of songwriting maturity. The Lord may reign over the heavens, but The Eleventh Hour proves that Jars of Clay still rule over Christian rock.
Eleventh-Hour Shine On represents Universal Congress Of's most serious jazz excursion; in fact, almost no traces of the group's garage origins remain. Despite the inclusion of material by Ornette Coleman and John Coltrane, the music here is less free-form than on earlier Congress records; founders Joe Baiza and Steve Moss both opt for clean, focused sounds. Not gone, however, is the group's sense of humor, which keeps the album well outside of the traditional jazz realm.
- Published By – Copyright Control
- Recorded By – 20th Century Records
- Arranged By, Conductor – Charles Calello*
- Written-By – Kenny Nolan
- Written-By, Producer – Bob Crewe
NotesPromotion copy not for sale
Made in England
|SG 491||The Eleventh Hour*||So Good (7")||Disc'Az, 20th Century Records||SG 491||France||1974|
|1209-2076||The Eleventh Hour*||So Good (7", Single, Promo)||20th Century Records||1209-2076||Canada||1974|
|6162 014||The Eleventh Hour*||So Good (7", Single)||Philips||6162 014||Germany||1974|
|TC-2076||The Eleventh Hour*||So Good (7", Promo)||20th Century Records||TC-2076||US||1974|
|TC-2076||The Eleventh Hour*||So Good (7", Single)||20th Century Records||TC-2076||US||1974|