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An Appreciation: Joe Sample and the Crusaders, “It Happens Everyday” (1977)

An Appreciation: Joe Sample and the Crusaders, “It Happens Everyday” (1977)

Remembering a drop-dead gorgeous tone poem that was so emblematic.

One Track Mind: Lucinda Williams, “Magnolia” from Down Where the Spirit Meets the Bone (2014)

One Track Mind: Lucinda Williams, “Magnolia” from Down Where the Spirit Meets the Bone (2014)

A perfectly calibrated tribute, one full of broken Stonesy grandeur.

One Track Mind: Sugar Ray and the Bluetones, “Our Story” (2014)

One Track Mind: Sugar Ray and the Bluetones, “Our Story” (2014)

Heartfelt and elegant, this is a new swamp-pop standard in the making.

One Track Mind: Paul McCartney, “Hope” from Destiny (2014)

One Track Mind: Paul McCartney, “Hope” from Destiny (2014)

Another shamelessly corny moment – but this time oddly placed.

One Track Mind: The Cure, “Hello Goodbye” from The Art of McCartney (2014)

One Track Mind: The Cure, “Hello Goodbye” from The Art of McCartney (2014)

This multi-artist tribute promises some very intriguing intersections.

One Track Mind: Andy Bey, “Lover Come Back to Me” (2014)

One Track Mind: Andy Bey, “Lover Come Back to Me” (2014)

Take everything else away, and Andy Bey’s vocal gift is revealed anew.

One Track Mind: Neil Young, “Who’s Gonna Stand Up” (2014)

One Track Mind: Neil Young, “Who’s Gonna Stand Up” (2014)

A classically gnarled Young rocker, but with a gospel twist.

One Track Mind: John Mellencamp, “Sometimes There’s God” from Plain Spoken (2014)

One Track Mind: John Mellencamp, “Sometimes There’s God” from Plain Spoken (2014)

John Mellencamp sounds wisened, but he also sounds heartened.

One Track Mind: The Initiative’s Natalie + Zachary Wilksch, “Can’t Get Your Face Off My Mind” (2014)

One Track Mind: The Initiative’s Natalie + Zachary Wilksch, “Can’t Get Your Face Off My Mind” (2014)

This boasts all the essential nutrients required in a hit single.

One Track Mind: Lucinda Williams, “East Side of Town” from Down Where the Spirit Meets the Bone (2014)

One Track Mind: Lucinda Williams, “East Side of Town” from Down Where the Spirit Meets the Bone (2014)

Every detail is given the kind of weight only Lucinda Williams can provide.