Updates Cedric Burnside

Published on April 25th, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: April 25, 2021



“I Be Trying,” Cedric Burnside – June 25

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“Somethin’s Happening / Frampton,” Peter Frampton – June 4

“Pictures From Life’s Other Side, Volume One,” “Pictures From Life’s Other Side, Volume Two” and “Pictures From Life’s Other Side, Volume Three,” Hank Williams – June 4

“Free: The Columbia / Arc Recordings 1976-1988,” Deniece Williams – June 25


“People and Things,” Jack’s Mannequin – June 4

“The Lost Boys (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack),” various artists – June 25

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“Michigan Boy Boat,” Lil Yachty (guests: Tee Grizzley, Veeze, Baby Smoove, Swae Lee, RMC Mike, Louie Ray, etc.; Quality Control / Motown)

“Mile Zero,” Yelawolf & DJ Muggs (Hear here; Slumerican)

“Phoenix,” Charlotte Cardin (See here; CAtlantic)


Good Life, Kip Moore
Somehow You Do (From The Motion Picture “Four Good Days”), Reba McEntire
EL PONY, Daddy Yankee
Nowhere Generation (Ghost Note Symphonies), Rise Against
Seven Nation Army (The Glitch Mob Remix), The White Stripes
Imagine, Ben Platt
Four Letter Words, K.Flay
Extravagance, Kool Keith
Hypnocurrency, Rezz x deadmau5
Hellboy, Greyson Chance
Temptation, Imminence
Welcome to the 20’s, Laddermen
ON!ON!ON, Church & AP
Soft Place to Land, Savannah Rae
Hold On, Certain Animals
Second Guessing, Ashley Riley
Hollow Ankles, Yard Arms
Too Late, Rene Russell and the Bottom End
Monster, Lazarus Benson


Tony Christie (78)
Mike Kogel [Los Bravos] (77)
Stu Cook (76)
Björn Ulvaeus (76)
Steve Ferrone (71)
Rob Crosby (67)
Fish (63)
Andy Bell [Erasure] (57)
Eric Avery [Jane’s Addiction] (56)
Rory Feek (56)
Simon Fowler [Ocean Colour Scene] (56)
Matthew West (44)
Ben and James Johnston [Biffy Clyro] (41)
Jacob Underwood [O-Town] (41)
Maggie Rogers (27)


Poly Styrene (1957-2011)

Bobby “Boris” Pickett (1938-2007)

Lisa Lopes (1971-2002)

Roger Troutman (1951-1999)

Yutaka Ozaki (1965-1992)

Dexter Gordon (1923-1990)

Carolyn Franklin (1944-1988)


“Rikki Don’t Lose That Number,” Steely Dan (eventually peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 that summer; producer: Gary Katz; backup singer: Timothy B. Schmit; ABC)


Bob Fass (pioneer of underground radio)


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