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Published on April 4th, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault

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Pause & Play Today: April 4, 2022

 UPDATES / ADDITIONS 

NEW RELEASES

“LP.8,” Kelly Lee Owens – April 29

“Tales of a Miracle,” Miraa May – May 27

“i used to think i could fly,” Tate McRae – May 27

“Avondale Drive,” Nicki Bluhm – June 3

“Get On The Otherside,” Bobby Oroza – June 10

“Butterfly Mind,” Tim Bowness – June 17

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REISSUES

“A Message From the People,” Ray Charles – June 17

“Vulture Prince (Deluxe Edition),” Arooj Aftab – June 24

VINYL

“The Complete Studio Albums,” Frank Black and The Catholics – July 8

“An Evening With Silk Sonic,” Bruno Mars + Anderson .Paak – Aug. 12

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“Lullabies For Parents, Vol 1,” Rosie Thomas (five-song EP; new single: “I Will Carry You [Always Here For You]”; See here; SINGALONG)

“Step Down,” The Sure Fire Soul Ensemble (new single: “Step Down”; Hear here; Colemine)

“Get a Job: Music from the Original Broadcast Series Soul Dream,” The Greyboy Allstars (new single: “I’ve Got Reasons”; Knowledge Room Recordings)

“The Missing Fourth Guest,” Lia Hide (new single: “Proposal”; Conch Town)

“Disaster Medicine,” Sound&Shape (new single: “Sugar the Pill”; See here; Sound&Shape)

“Love or Dreams,” Brenda Cay (five-song EP; Hear here; Heart Songs Music Group)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

What It Takes, Trombone Shorty feat. Lauren Daigle |
Déjà Vu, Toro y Moi |
Revelation Man, Saliva |
Heart So Big, Matoma & A R I Z O N A |
Bored, Fancy Hagood
Blow, Jackson Wang |
Post, David Poe |
Bout to Be, Seth Michael |
Fall Short, Taylor Bennett |

Two Apartments, Keep Off the Grass |
I Promise, The Impliers
Good Side, Rachel Grae
Lovin’ From You, Sara Diamond feat. Nick Grant |
Listen Up!, Excuses Excuses
Naked Mystery, RitaKAS |
Secret Underwater Love, Roscoe Roscoe
Hate You, Shannon Quinn
Pop Star, Rock Star, C.K.G.
Golden, Noah Slee feat. Joy Denalane |
Music To Make A Dream Come True, Kety Fusco |
Good As Gospel, Clayton Mann
In Cologne, Lucas Laufen |

 TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS 

Steve Gatlin (71)
Craig Adams [The Cult] (60)
Clay Davidson (51)
Josh Todd (51)
Jill Scott (50)
Magnus Sveningsson [The Cardigans] (50)
Kelly Price (49)
Andre Dalyrimple (48)
Josh McSwain [Parmalee] (47)
Austin Mahone (26)

Getting caught up:

April 3 Birthdays: Jeff Barry (84), Wayne Newton (80), Tony Orlando (78)
Richard Thompson (73), Curtis Stone [Highway 101] (72), Mick Mars (66), Eddie Murphy (61), Mike Ness (60), Sebastian Bach (54), Drew Shirley [Switchfoot] (48), Leona Lewis (37), Hayley Kiyoko (31), Sam Kiszka [Greta Van Fleet] (23)

April 2 Birthdays: Emmylou Harris (75), Dave Robinson (73), Buddy Jewell (61), Keren Woodward (61), Billy Dean (60), Greg Camp [Smash Mouth] (55), Tony Fredianelli [Third Eye Blind] (53), Jesse Carmichael [Maroon 5] (43), Lee Dewyze (36), Chris Janson (36)

 IN REMEMBRANCE 

April 4:

Wayne Henderson (1939-2014)

Scott Columbus (1956-2011)

Kenny Everett (1944-1995)

Arthur Russell (1951-1992)

Red Sovine (1917-1980)

April 3:

Bob Burns (1950-2015)

Arthur “Guitar Boogie” Smith (1921-2014)

Lionel Bart (1930-1999)

Sarah Vaughan (1924-1990)

Danny Rapp [Danny & The Juniors] (1941-1983)

Ray Noble (1903-1978)

Kurt Weill (1900-1950)

Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)

April 2:

Bud Shank (1926-2009)

Edwin Starr (1942-2003)

Rob Pilatus (1965-1998)

Buddy Rich (1917-1987)

 RANDOM LYRICS 

“I can swear there ain’t no Heaven
But I pray there ain’t no hell”

 RELEASED ON APRIL 4 … IN 2000 

“Can’t Take Me Home,” P!nk (her debut album, featuring “There You Go,” “Most Girls” and “You Make Me Sick”; producers: Kevin “She’kspere” Briggs, Babyface, Kandi Burruss, Terence “Tramp Baby” Abney, Daryl Simmons, Tricky; LaFace / Arista)

 RELEASED ON APRIL 3 … IN 1968 

“Bookends,” Simon & Garfunkel (their fourth LP, a concept album exploring the life journey from childhood to old age, featuring “Mrs. Robinson,” “A Hazy Shade of Winter,” “Fakin’ It,” “America” and “At the Zoo”; “Mrs. Robinson” later won the Grammy for Record of the Year; the album was released just 24 hours before the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., which set off a summer of social unrest; producers: Simon & Garfunkel, Roy Halee; Columbia)

 RELEASED ON APRIL 2 … IN 1973 

“The Beatles 1962-1966” and “The Beatles 1967-1970,” The Beatles (released on the same day, and both compilations reached the Top 3 on the Billboard chart, with “1967-1970)” hitting No. 1; both are considered the definitive Fab Four collections; Apple)

 R.I.P. 

Francisco González (Los Lobos founding member)

Pamela Rooke (the “Queen of Punk” and fashion icon known as Jordan)

Fitzroy “Bunny Diamond” Simpson (The Mighty Diamonds)

Roland White (bluegrass musician)

 MUSIC HEADLINES 

> 2022 Grammy Awards: The Full List of Nominees and Winners | NPR

> Joey Jordison Snubbed in Grammys’ In Memoriam Segment | NME

> Machine Gun Kelly’s ‘Mainstream Sellout’ Bows at No. 1 on Billboard 200 Albums Chart | Billboard

> Film Of Prince At Age 11 Discovered In Archival Footage Of 1970 Minneapolis Teachers’ Strike | WCCO

> Generations Sing to Joni Mitchell in Pre-Grammys Tribute | NPR

> ‘SNL’ Pays Tribute To Late Foo Fighters Drummer Taylor Hawkins | Deadline

> Harry Styles’ ‘As It Was’ Breaks Spotify Single-Day Streaming Record | Billboard

> The Real Yacht Rock: Inside the Lavish, Top-Secret World of Private Gigs | Rolling Stone

> Engelbert Humperdinck’s ‘A Man Without Love’ Featured on Marvel’s ‘Moon Knight’ | Reybee Inc.




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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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