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Published on December 27th, 2020 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: Dec. 27, 2020

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“My Savior,” Carrie Underwood – spring 2021


“Shibuya 357: Live In Tokyo 1992,” The Brand New Heavies – March 12


“Somethin’ Else,” Cannonball Adderley – Feb. 12

“Moving Pictures,” Focus – Feb. 19


“TRON: Legacy – The Complete Edition (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack),” Daft Punk (31 tracks; Walt Disney)

“20/20,” Papa Roach (subtitled “New Takes On Old Jams”; Papa Roach Recordings)

“All the Girls,” Rebecca Luker and Sally Wilfert (Three-time Tony nominee Luker died on Dec. 23; Read here; PS Classics)

“Tree City Sessions 2,” Dance Gavin Dance (Rise)

“Bridgerton (Music from the Netflix Original Series),” Kris Bowers (Lakeshore)

“The River Flows,” John Hurlbut & Jorma Kaukonen (Culture Factory)

“The Fifty Minute Hour,” John Michael Hersey (Chordophone)


What Would You Call Unreasonable?, Boy George
cheers, blackbear & Wiz Khalifa
You’re Immortal, The Chills
Long Live Cowboys, Aaron Watson
Suonare suonare, Belladonna
The Fire Below, Biscay


Mike Pinder (79)
Peter Sinfield (77)
Mick Jones (76)
Tracy Nelson (76)
Lenny Kaye (74)
Larry Byrom [of Steppenwolf] (72)
T.S. Monk (71)
Karla Bonoff (69)
David Knopfler (68)
Youth (59)
Jeff Bryant [of Ricochet] (58)
Darrin Vincent (51)
Matt Slocum [of Sixpence None the Richer] (48)
James Mead [of Kutless] (38)
Hayley Williams (32)
Shay Mooney [of Dan + Shay] (29)


Stevie Wright [of The Easybeats] (1947-2015)

Delaney Bramlett (1939-2008)

Hank Garland (1930-2004)

Hoagy Carmichael (1899-1981)

Bob Luman (1937-1981)

Chris Bell (1951-1978)


Tito Rojas (Puerto Rican salsa singer)

 RELEASED ON DEC. 27 IN … 1979 

“Adventures in Utopia,” Utopia (featuring “Set Me Free,” “The Very Last Time,” “Caravan” and “Last of the New Wave Riders”; producers: Todd Rundgren, Utopia; Bearsville)

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