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One Track Mind: Nino Bisignano and the Initiative, “Anymore” (2014)

One Track Mind: Nino Bisignano and the Initiative, “Anymore” (2014)

Anchored by a cool-cat groove, this ropes together swing, jazz, and pop.

One Track Mind: Marianne Faithfull, “Sparrows Will Sing” from Give My Love To London (2014)

One Track Mind: Marianne Faithfull, “Sparrows Will Sing” from Give My Love To London (2014)

Faithfull’s take on a Roger Waters song finds new depths of emotion.

One Track Mind: Pokey LaFarge’s Central Time Tour, “Mama Don’t Allow” (2014)

One Track Mind: Pokey LaFarge’s Central Time Tour, “Mama Don’t Allow” (2014)

They take a kind of orchestral approach to the hootenanny aesthetic.

One Track Mind: George Harrison, “The Inner Light (alt. take)” from The Apple Years (2014)

One Track Mind: George Harrison, “The Inner Light (alt. take)” from The Apple Years (2014)

There are new insights for Beatles fans in ‘The Apple Years’ set, too.

One Track Mind: Cat Stevens, “Dying to Live” from Tell ‘Em I’m Gone (2014)

One Track Mind: Cat Stevens, “Dying to Live” from Tell ‘Em I’m Gone (2014)

Both the singer and the song are revitalized here.

One Track Mind: Robert Wyatt, “Shipbuilding” from Different Every Time (2014)

One Track Mind: Robert Wyatt, “Shipbuilding” from Different Every Time (2014)

A moment of artistry that’s so complete it became definitive.

One Track Mind: George Harrison, “Dark Horse (early take)” from The Apple Years (2014)

One Track Mind: George Harrison, “Dark Horse (early take)” from The Apple Years (2014)

The sad truth is that this song was always much better than its execution.

One Track Mind: David Lee Roth, “Tobacco Road” from Eat ‘Em and Smile (1986)

One Track Mind: David Lee Roth, “Tobacco Road” from Eat ‘Em and Smile (1986)

It’s corny and completely over the top, but that’s what I want from Dave.

One Track Mind: Dennis DeYoung, “Lorelei” from Music of Styx: Live in Los Angeles (2014)

One Track Mind: Dennis DeYoung, “Lorelei” from Music of Styx: Live in Los Angeles (2014)

Unbent by the years, DeYoung reclaims one of his best early Styx songs.

One Track Mind: Jon Kanis, “Make A Wish” from Fundamentalism Is The Only Way (2014)

One Track Mind: Jon Kanis, “Make A Wish” from Fundamentalism Is The Only Way (2014)

Frugally arranged, yet intense, “Make A Wish” is a real keeper.