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One Track Mind: Chicago, “Naked In The Garden Of Allah” from Now: Chicago XXXVI (2014)

One Track Mind: Chicago, “Naked In The Garden Of Allah” from Now: Chicago XXXVI (2014)

The impetus for this track goes back to the immediate aftermath of Desert Storm.

One Track Mind: Jack White, “Temporary Ground” from Lazaretto (2014)

One Track Mind: Jack White, “Temporary Ground” from Lazaretto (2014)

Another twist from an artist who gets a thrill out of kicking down genre walls.

One Track Mind: Phish, “The Line” from Fuego (2014)

A song, just like a shot, can go awry. And in that blink of an eye, careers – maybe, lives – change.

One Track Mind: David Gray, “Back In The World” from Mutineers (2014)

The song unfolds as if the music is tracing behind the lyric rather than, say, the drums.

Me’Shell Ndegéocello – Comet, Come to Me (2014)

Me’Shell Ndegéocello – Comet, Come to Me (2014)

Ndegéocello has a complete command of music in its many forms – and the creativity to forge something different.

One Track Mind: Body Count, “Talk Sh*t, Get Shot” from Manslaughter (2014)

There’s little, if any, redeeming value to the message. And yet I can’t get the song out of my head.

One Track Mind: Sun Ra, “Outer Nothingness” from Heliocentric Worlds of Sun Ra (1965)

One Track Mind: Sun Ra, “Outer Nothingness” from Heliocentric Worlds of Sun Ra (1965)

He passed on way back in 1993, but the earth – no … the universe – still misses him.

One Track Mind: Rebirth Brass Band, “Rebirth Groove” from Move Your Body (2014)

As this song trumpets – quite literally – there ain’t nothing like a Rebirth groove.

One Track Mind: Iggy Pop, Nick Cave and Thurston Moore – “Nobody’s City” (2014)

One Track Mind: Iggy Pop, Nick Cave and Thurston Moore – “Nobody’s City” (2014)

The project doesn’t just pay tribute to Jeffrey Lee Pierce so much as expand his legacy.

One Track Mind: Jack White, “Just One Drink” from Lazaretto (2014)

One Track Mind: Jack White, “Just One Drink” from Lazaretto (2014)

Somewhere tucked away under all of that hipster modernity is a stone-cold blues lover.

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