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  One Track Mind: free, legal MP3 downloads Thanks for discovering One Track Mind! Subscribe via email to have each day's song delivered to your inbox. [ download ] His third effort under his own name, Cobirds Unite, is a fitting testimonial to a quarter-century spent writing and recording music. Released by Local 638 Records this past November, the album features a prominent guest vocal role for Visqueen frontwoman Rachel Flotard, as well as contributions from members of acts including Afghan Whigs, Mudhoney, and Screaming Trees. Don’t be fooled by the sound implied by those last three bands, however, as Cobirds Unite is firmly rooted within the traditions of Americana.

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