One Ring to Rule Them: 'Ice Cream' Songs Hit Big Michael Hearst, a founder of the band One Ring Zero, put out his Songs for Ice Cream Trucks CD mostly for fun. But he's been getting calls from ice-cream truck drivers who want to use them. Some of the instruments you'll hear on the collection include glockenspiel, electronic chord organ, melodica and theremin.
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One Ring to Rule Them: 'Ice Cream' Songs Hit Big

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One Ring to Rule Them: 'Ice Cream' Songs Hit Big

One Ring to Rule Them: 'Ice Cream' Songs Hit Big

One Ring to Rule Them: 'Ice Cream' Songs Hit Big

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Michael Hearst, a founder of the band One Ring Zero, put out his Songs for Ice Cream Trucks CD mostly for fun. But he's been getting calls from ice-cream truck drivers who want to use them. Some of the instruments you'll hear on the collection include glockenspiel, electronic chord organ, melodica and theremin.

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