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Joe Mandica, “My Heart Belongs” from A Thousand Miles (2016): One Track Mind

Joe Mandica, “My Heart Belongs” from A Thousand Miles (2016): One Track Mind

With a touch of Southern-fried soul, Joe Mandica’s “My Heart Belongs” is like a marvelous mating of Bill Lloyd with Bill Deal and the Rhondels.

Xander and the Peace Pirates, “Soul Sailing” (2016): One Track Mind

Xander and the Peace Pirates, “Soul Sailing” (2016): One Track Mind

Xander the Peace Pirates’ “Soul Sailing” combines the powerfully soulful vocals with expressive and road weary yet expressive slide guitar playing.

Chawa band portrait on Second Street on November 27, 2015, in New Orleans, LA. (Erika Goldring Photo)

Cha Wa, “All On A Mardi Gras Day” (2016): One Track Mind

Dr. John’s funky Nola street dance anthem has rarely been covered with as much festive spirit as it has from New Orleans’ own Mardis Gras Indian funk collective Cha Wa.

Joe Mandica, “I Just Can’t Wait” from A Thousand Miles (2007): One Track Mind

Joe Mandica, “I Just Can’t Wait” from A Thousand Miles (2007): One Track Mind

A poignant paean to his son and daughter, Joe Mandica’s “I Just Can’t Wait” has been made complete with a newly released video featuring intimate images of family.

Chad Bradford, “Where My Heart Belongs” (2016): One Track Mind

Chad Bradford, “Where My Heart Belongs” (2016): One Track Mind

Perfectly placed instrumentation ties in with Chad Bradford’s rich and deep vocals on “Where My Heart Belongs,” like a cool cross between Joe South and Eddie Money.

Glenn Frey, “The One You Love” from No Fun Aloud (1982): One Track Mind

Glenn Frey, “The One You Love” from No Fun Aloud (1982): One Track Mind

Rather than repeating the Eagles country-rock sound, Glenn Frey’s solo career reverted to his Detroit roots, blending rock, pop and soul.

Tim Kuhl, “Timelessness Highway” from 1982 (2015): One Track Mind

Tim Kuhl, “Timelessness Highway” from 1982 (2015): One Track Mind

Tim Kuhl has spun off many video singles from his ‘1982’ album, and this one produced by Rich Ragsdale might be the the most visually vivid one of them all.

Todd Rundgren, “Love in Action” from Back to the Bars (1978)

Todd Rundgren, “Love in Action” from Back to the Bars (1978)

I’ve owned Todd Rundgren’s ‘Back to the Bars’ — released in December of 1978 — longer than any of the other albums. The thing is, it feels new.

Phil Ochs, “I Ain’t Marching Anymore” (1965): One Track Mind

Phil Ochs, “I Ain’t Marching Anymore” (1965): One Track Mind

Phil Ochs would have – should have – turned 75 today. He’s needed more than ever in a world still on fire with wars and injustice and inequality.

George Harrison, “Give Me Love [Give Me Peace on Earth]” (1973): One Track Mind

George Harrison, “Give Me Love [Give Me Peace on Earth]” (1973): One Track Mind

We break format in the Deep Beatles series to discuss a George Harrison message that couldn’t be more appropriate for the season, or this time in history.