Post Tagged with: "One Track Mind"

Joe Mandica, “Like You Do” from The Initiative (2015): One Track Mind

Joe Mandica, “Like You Do” from The Initiative (2015): One Track Mind

Watching “Like You Do” makes you want to boogie to the catchy beat — and hear more from Joe Mandica and his extremely gifted colleagues.

Randy Bachman + Neil Young, “Little Girl Lost” from Heavy Blues (2015): One Track Mind

Randy Bachman + Neil Young, “Little Girl Lost” from Heavy Blues (2015): One Track Mind

Randy Bachman’s new Neil Young collaboration is a scroungy groover in the tradition of Young’s garage-rattling Crazy Horse projects.

Brian Wilson, “The Right Time” from No Pier Pressure (2015): One Track Mind

Brian Wilson, “The Right Time” from No Pier Pressure (2015): One Track Mind

Brian Wilson’s collaboration with fellow Beach Boys alums Al Jardine and David Marks places ‘No Pier Pressure’ into a compelling new context.

Dwight Yoakam, “Second Hand Heart” (2015): One Track Mind

Dwight Yoakam, “Second Hand Heart” (2015): One Track Mind

On one level, it sounds like the Byrds. On another, Buck Owens. On another still, Gene Vincent. Keep going. At bottom, it’s uniquely Dwight Yoakam.

Robben Ford + Warren Haynes, “High Heels and Throwing Things” (2015): One Track Mind

Robben Ford + Warren Haynes, “High Heels and Throwing Things” (2015): One Track Mind

Robben Ford brings his usual canny sense of craft to this collaboration with Warren Haynes, even as he — once again — more than holds his own.

Jimmy Page, “A Minor Sketch” from Sound Tracks (2015): One Track Mind

Jimmy Page, “A Minor Sketch” from Sound Tracks (2015): One Track Mind

A long-awaited new Jimmy Page album is being promised. Until then, we’re left with table scraps from a feast that’s somehow never been served.

Steve Earle, “The Tennessee Kid” from Terraplane (2015): One Track Mind

Steve Earle, “The Tennessee Kid” from Terraplane (2015): One Track Mind

You can’t dig too deeply into blues, as Steve Earle is doing these days, without a teeth-splintering clang of your shovel against Robert Johnson’s legend.

Florence + the Machine, “What Kind Of Man” from How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful (2015)

Florence + the Machine, “What Kind Of Man” from How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful (2015)

Florence + the Machine follows an introductory video of sweeping expectancy with something that provides a more detailed sense of what’s ahead.

Boz Scaggs, “Last Tango on 16th Street” from A Fool to Care (2015): One Track Mind

Boz Scaggs, “Last Tango on 16th Street” from A Fool to Care (2015): One Track Mind

Box Scaggs’ new wistfully urbane interpretation of “Last Tango on 16th Street” is about more than Mission Street atmospherics.

Joe Bonamassa, “Tiger in Your Tank” (2015): One Track Mind

Joe Bonamassa, “Tiger in Your Tank” (2015): One Track Mind

This lead song from ‘Muddy Wolf at Red Rocks’ makes clear the difficulty Joe Bonamassa — really, anybody — has in taking on Muddy Waters.