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Published on August 10th, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: Aug. 10, 2022



“Strike a Nerve,” Drowning Pool – Sept. 30

“Warriors,” Monster Truck – Sept. 30

“INTO THE BLUE,” Broken Bells – Oct. 7

“The Healing,” Ghost Light – Oct. 7

“Atoms Form,” Truth & Salvage Co. – Oct. 7

Back to School Deals. »


“Early Years: The Albums 1961-62,” Judy Collins – Sept. 9

“See the Ocean Blue,” The Ocean Blue – Sept. 16

“Bustin’ + Dronin’,” Blur – Sept. 23

“Josh Groban (20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition),” Josh Groban – Sept. 23

“The Spirit of Christmas,” Ray Charles – Oct. 21

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“FOREVER 1,” Girls’ Generation (their first full-length album in five years; SM Entertainment)

“love that 4 u,” altopalo (five-song EP; Hear here; Nettwerk)

“9m88 Radio,” 9m88 (Jazz Baby Co. / Waves Collective)

“Classic,” Madame Daley (five-song debut EP; producer: Mike Davidson; See here; Madison Daley)

“Good Times,” Jeffrey Joslin (IAMwe Records)

“Divided States,” Voice of Addiction (Wrecking Ball Productions)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Vault of Heaven, Pixies | See here
on air, Moby and serpentwithfeet |
Burning, Yeah Yeah Yeahs |
Easy On Your Own?, Alvvays |
Kiss, Editors |
Shake, Santigold |
Give Me Grief, Titus Andronicus |
Georgetown, Loyle Carner feat. John Agard |
pg.4 a picture of three hedges / through your window, julie |
Cool, Miko |
The Light That Guides Me, Nels Johnson |
Not Settling Yet, Carousel Kings feat. A.J. Perdomo |
222, Bailey Miller
The TFD, TFD |
Baby Why, Sarah Cothran |


Ian Anderson (75)
Gene Johnson (73)
Patti Austin (72)
Charlie Peacock (66)
Mark Price (63)
Jon Farriss (61)
Julia Fordham (60)
Aaron Hall (58)
Todd Nichols (55)
Lorraine Pearson (55)
Michael Bivins (54)
Jennifer Hanson (49)
Cary Ann Hearst (43)
Nikki Bratcher (42)

Getting caught up …

Aug. 9 Birthdays: Jack DeJohnette (80), Barbara Mason (75), Pete Thomas (68), Kurtis Blow (63), Arion Salazar (52), Mack 10 (51), Juanes (50), Arlo Parks (22)


Aug. 10:

Eydie Gormé (1928-2013)

Jody Payne (1936-2013)

Billy Grammer (1925-2011)

Isaac Hayes (1942-2008)

Michael Houser (1962-2002)

Aug. 9:

Eduardo Falú (1923-2013)

Calvin “Fuzz” Jones (1926-2010)

Paul Samson (1953-2002)

Jerry Garcia (1942-1995)

Dmitry Shostakovich (1906-1975)

Bill Chase (1934-1974)


“I’ll be there, with a love that will shelter you
I’ll be there, with a love that will see you through”

 RELEASED ON AUG. 10 … IN 1963 

“Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh! (A Letter from Camp),” Allan Sherman (the novelty song, based on letters of complaints from his son attending Camp Champlain in Westport, NY, peaked at No. 2 for three weeks on the Billboard Hot 100, denied the top spot by Little Stevie Wonder’s “Fingertips” and The Angels’ “My Boyfriend’s Back”; producer: Jimmy Hilliard; Warner)


“Hot Fun in the Summertime,” Sly & The Family Stone (released just before their performance at the Woodstock festival, this non-album single peaked at No. 2; it was later included on their 1970 “Greatest Hits” compilation; producer: Sly Stone; Epic)


Lamont Dozier (Motown songwriter and solo artist)

Darryl Hunt (The Pogues bassist)


> Olivia Newton-John ‘Struggled With a Lot of Pain’ in Days Before Death: Niece | Page Six

> Lamont Dozier’s Most Memorable Songs | The Guardian

> Britney Spears & Elton John’s ‘Hold Me Closer’ Is Coming | Billboard

> Marcus Mumford: ‘I Was Sexually Abused as a Child’ at 6 Years Old | Variety

> The Gloriously Weird B-52’s Say Farewell to the Road | The New York Times

> Steve Martin Thinks He’ll Retire After ‘Only Murders in the Building’: ‘This Is, Weirdly, It’ | Yahoo! Entertainment

 TOUR NEWS  (see more Tour Dates)

> The Lemonheads Announce It’s a Shame About Ray 30th Anniversary Tour | Consequence

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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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