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Published on April 19th, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: April 19, 2021



“Same River Twice,” Christopher Ward – May 28

“All the Brilliant Things,” Skyzoo – June 11

“What the Flood Leaves Behind,” Amy Helm – June 18

“Wary + Strange,” Amythyst Kiah – June 18

“You Will Be the Death of Me,” Light the Torch – June 25

“Dark in Here,” The Mountain Goats – June 25

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“Mel Brooks’ Greatest Hits,” Mel Brooks – June 18


“Feels Like Rain,” Buddy Guy – May 21

“Stand By Me (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack),” various artists – June 25


“Where the Devil Don’t Stay: Traveling the South with the Drive-By Truckers,” Stephen Deusner – Sept. 7

“Twisted Business: Lessons from My Life in Rock ‘n’ Roll,” Jay Jay French – Sept. 21


“Murder, She Wrote: The Complete Series [DVD],” Angela Lansbury – June 8

“The Critic: The Complete Series [DVD],” Jon Lovitz, Nancy Cartwright, et al – June 8

“The Umbrella Academy: Season One [DVD],” Elliot Page, Tom Hooper, David Castaneda, et al – June 22

“The Walking Dead: World Beyond (Season One) [DVD],” Aliyah Royale, Alexa Mansour, Hal Cumpston, et al – June 22

“Moby Doc [DVD],” Moby – June 29

“Drunk History: The Complete Series [DVD],” Derek Waters – June 29


“Markology II,” Mark O’Connor (the sequel to his 1978 album is dedicated to his guitar mentor and friend, Tony Rice; producer: O’Connor; See here; OMAC)

“Guardians Sessions,” August Burns Red (six-song EP; Fearless)

“Días Extraños,” Korax Mvd (four-song EP; Hear here; Korax Mvd)

“Singles,” Miesha & The Spanks (seven-song EP; producer: Leeroy Stagger; Hear here; Saved by Vinyl)

“X,” Sour Ops (new single: “There She Goes”; See here; Feralette Media)

“No Rules,” Autogramm (new single: “Mantra”; See here; Nevado)

“Leave a Mark,” Eric Geurts (Hear here; Flying Snowman)

“The Sharkness,” Phogg (Hear here; Ouyee Bayou Reckords)


Revelation II, Sufjan Stevens
He Said She Said, CHVRCHES
You’ll Always Be My Baby (Written for Daughters’ Weddings), Alan Jackson
Isn’t It a Pity, Peter Frampton
4 Edward, Nancy Wilson … dedicated to Eddie Van Halen
Ticket To Ride, Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr.
Beautiful Beaches, James
Younger Me, Brothers Osborne
Second Hand News, Birdy
Persephone, Allison Russell
Anthem, Walk Off the Earth
Stolen Love, Bradley Denniston
Can’t Keep Waiting, MxPx
Bad Bitch / Forest, Charlotte OC
The Divide, Bulletproof Messenger
Dopamine, Andrew Waite
Distant Lands, Woody & Jeremy
Blue Sunshine, Ghost Twin
Linger, The Witherbees


Eddie Kramer (79)
Alan Price (79)
Eve Graham [The New Seekers] (78)
Tim Curry (75)
Mark “Flo” Volman (74)
Rod Morgenstein [Winger] (68)
Tony Martin [Black Sabbath] (64)
Dawn Richardson [4 Non Blondes] (57)
Suge Knight (56)
ekka Bramlett (53)
Luis Miguel (51)
Madeleine Peyroux (47)


Greg Ham [Men at Work] (1952-2012)

Levon Helm (1940-2012)

Steve Douglas [The Wrecking Crew] (1938-1993)


“L.A. Woman,” The Doors (lead singer Jim Morrison died three months later in Paris; their sixth studio album peaked at No. 9 on the Billboard chart, featuring “Love Her Madly” and “Riders on the Storm”; producers: The Doors, Bruce Botnick; Elektra)


Wayne Peterson (Pulitzer Prize-winning composer)

Lars Ratz (former bassist and keyboardist for Metalium)


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