Listen to the Mockingbird features eight field recordings of the title bird, as well as feathered friends like the woodpecker, goldfinch, robin, cactus wren, rose-breasted grosbeak, and the common crow.
Joining them at various points are bullfrogs, the tufted titmouse, quail, and the laughing gull. Dan Gibson's microphones also catch the wind in the trees, some gently lapping water, and particularly on "Mockingbird With Acorn Woodpecker," a spectacular echo that gives these recordings valuable depth. There is no accompanying music anywhere on Listen to the Mockingbird.
|Mockingbird With Great Crested Flycatcher, Rufous-Sided Towhee, ...||Dan Gibson||8:46|
|Mockingbird With Laughing Gull, Carolina Wren, Cardinal, ...||Dan Gibson||9:03|
|Brown Thrasher With Song Sparrow, Field Sparrow, House Wren, ...||Dan Gibson||7:31|
|Curve-Billed Thrasher With Gila Woodpecker, Gambel's Quail, ...||Dan Gibson||8:08|
|Mockingbird With Fish Crow Tufted Titmouse, Wood Thrush, House ...||Dan Gibson||8:48|
|Mockingbird With Acorn Woodpecker, Rufous-Sided Towhee, Scott's ...||Dan Gibson||9:28|
|Gray Catbird With White-Throated Sparrow, Rose-Breasted Grosbeak, ...||Dan Gibson||9:12|
|Tropical Mockingbird With Anthrush, Peppershrike, Streaked Flycatcher,||Dan Gibson||9:02|