The Hidden Track: October 2009

By One Track Mind on Monday, October 5th, 2009  |  3,228 views

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Two music geeks, a couple mics, and a very special guest: it’s The Hidden Track.

The Hidden Track features some of the most popular, most commented, and all around most awesome tracks from the preceding month on One Track Mind. We throw in some material by artists whose work is somehow connected to those picks as well as The Bonus Track, a song which didn’t make the cut on One Track Mind but was so good we had to share it anyway.

The podcast is hosted by Danny, who produces the daily content on the site, and Jeff, who lends his passion for and knowledge of good music.

Episode #3 finds Danny and Jeff joined by Jim McTurnan, former Cat-A-Tac frontman and current vocalist/songwriter for Jim McTurnan and the Kids That Killed the Man. Check out more of their music at the band’s Myspace page.

Enjoy the October 2009 installment, share it with your friends, give us your feedback below or via Twitter, and tune in again next month!


The Mary Onettes “Puzzles”
Jim McTurnan and the Kids That Killed the Man “Give Up Suffering”
Sebadoh “The Freed Pig”
Will Stratton “Who Will Save Your Soul”
Sea Wolf “Wicked Blood”
The Shaky Hands “Allison and the Ancient Eyes”
The Jayhawks “Ten Little Kids”
Friska Viljor “Wohlwill”
Sin Fang Bous “We Belong”
Jogger “In America”
Tortoise “The Equator”
Thao with the Get Down Stay Down “Know Better Learn Faster”
Dark Captain Light Captain “Questions (Hatchback’s Easy Explanations mix)”

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1 Comments For This Post

  1. Ricardo Says:

    Nice work, fellas. I love that new Sea Wolf track. I love his vocals, but live and on record.

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