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Published on April 13th, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: April 13, 2022



Title TBA, Luke Combs – June 24

“The Hardest Part,” Noah Cyrus – July 15

“Emotional Creature,” Beach Bunny – July 22

“The Last Slimeto,” YoungBoy Never Broke Again – Aug. 5

“ØF KINGDØM AND CRØWN,” Machine Head – Aug. 26

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“Europe ’72 (50th Anniversary Edition)” and “Lyceum Theatre, London, England 5/26/72,” Grateful Dead – July 29

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“Versions of Me,” Anitta (guests: Cardi B, Khalid, Ty Dolla $ign, Saweetie, Mr. Catra, Myke Towers, et al; Hear here; Warner)

“Skymningsmusik för dagdrömmare,” Henning (10-song instrumental album; Hear here; Gaphals)

“The Epic Tale of the Stranded Man,” VanWyck (Hear here; Excelsior Recordings)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Drive All Night, The Bros. Landreth |
In Memory (Of When I Cared), The Bacon Brothers |
Morning, Determinated |
Borderline, Jamie Beale
Masks, Gabrielle Metz |
The Crow, Bailey James |


Lester Chambers (82)
Bill Conti (80)
Jack Casady (78)
Al Green (76)
Peabo Bryson (71)
Max Weinberg (71)
Jimmy Destri (68)
Joey Mazzola [Sponge] (61)
Lisa Umbarger [Toadies] (57)
Marc Ford [The Black Crowes] (56)
Aaron Lewis (50)
Lou Bega (47)
Nellie McKay (40)
Ty Dolla $ign (40)


Paul Raymond [UFO] (1945-2019)

Johnnie Johnson (1914-2005)

Ritchie Cordell (1943-2004)


“Catch a Fire,” Bob Marley and the Wailers (their fifth album and first for Island Records, featuring “Stir It Up,” “Concrete Jungle” and “Kinky Reggae”; critics widely regard it as one of the best reggae albums of all time; producers: Marley, Chris Blackwell; Tuff Gong / Island)


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Gerry Galipault debuted Pause & Play online in October 1997. Since then, it has become the definitive place for CD-release dates — with a worldwide audience.

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