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Rod Harris Jr., “I Can’t Tell You Why” from Exits and Options EP (2018): One Track Mind

Rod Harris Jr., “I Can’t Tell You Why” from Exits and Options EP (2018): One Track Mind

Atlanta-based guitarist Rod Harris Jr. has released a worthy follow up to ‘The Counsel of Elders,’ his debut album.

Francesco Misitano, “Sono Pazzo Di Te” (2018): One Track Mind

Francesco Misitano, “Sono Pazzo Di Te” (2018): One Track Mind

Music is a universal language, so even if you don’t speak Italian, you are bound to be touched by Francesco Misitano’s becoming new ballad.

Walter Becker,  “Ghost of Hipness Past” (early 1990s?): One Track Mind

Walter Becker, “Ghost of Hipness Past” (early 1990s?): One Track Mind

The fine folks at Walter Becker Media have dropped another cleaned up ’11 Tracks of Whack’ outtake on us, an edgier number titled “Ghost of Hipness Past.”

Vince Tomas, “Anything and Everything” (2018): One Track Mind

Vince Tomas, “Anything and Everything” (2018): One Track Mind

Refreshing and ultra-catchy, Vince Tomas’ “Anything and Everything” is the perfect summer song.

The Doughboys, “Play With Fire” (2018): One Track Mind

The Doughboys, “Play With Fire” (2018): One Track Mind

Considering the Doughboys are so heavily influenced by the Rolling Stones, it makes perfect sense they would eventually get around to covering them.

Chubby Tavares, “Gotta Get Back to You” (2018): One Track Mind

Chubby Tavares, “Gotta Get Back to You” (2018): One Track Mind

If the name Chubby Tavares rings a bell, that’s because he is a member of the internationally acclaimed singing group Tavares.

Four Jacks and a Jill, “Master Jack” (1968): One Track Mind

Four Jacks and a Jill, “Master Jack” (1968): One Track Mind

Included among the array of oddities on AM radio in 1968 was Four Jacks and a Jill’s inventive, weirdly archaic “Master Jack.”

Gypsy, “Gypsy Queen, Part 1” (1970): One Track Mind

Gypsy, “Gypsy Queen, Part 1” (1970): One Track Mind

Despite a loyal following and encouraging reviews, Gypsy somehow slipped through the cracks.

Walter Becker, “Three Sisters Shakin'” (circa 1992): Steely Dan Sunday

Walter Becker, “Three Sisters Shakin'” (circa 1992): Steely Dan Sunday

The one silver lining to come from the tragic loss of Walter Becker is that we’ve now seen a steady stream of officially released goodies from his vault.

Tol-Puddle Martyrs featuring Peter Rechter, “One Drop In the Ocean” (2018): One Track Mind

Tol-Puddle Martyrs featuring Peter Rechter, “One Drop In the Ocean” (2018): One Track Mind

Keenly chiseled and immediately accessible, the Tol-Puddle Martyrs’ “One Drop In the Ocean” is a delightful slice of radio-friendly pop rock.

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