Updates Fleetwood Mac

Published on February 10th, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: Feb. 10, 2021



“Casual Encounters,” Kash’d Out – March 5

“Ronna Reason,” Ronna Reason – March 19

“Solitary Company,” Son of the Velvet Rat – March 19

“New Long Leg,” Dry Cleaning – April 2

“They’re Calling Me Home,” Rhiannon Giddens with Francesco Turrisi – April 9

“PATREEARCHY,” jess joy – April 16

“Wrestling,” KUČKA – April 30

“Shirushi,” TEKE::TEKE – May 7

“Detritus,” Sarah Neufeld – May 14

“Swimming Static,” Elder Island – May 28


“Fleetwood Mac Live (Super Deluxe Edition),” Fleetwood Mac – April 9


“Should the World Fail to Fall Apart” and “Love Hysteria,” Peter Murphy – April 9

“Deep” and “Holy Smoke,” Peter Murphy – May 7

“Cascade” and “The Last and Only Star,” Peter Murphy – June 25


“The Super Stocks: Mixtape Part II,” various artists (20 songs; UMG Recordings)

“I Can’t Face Driving to Stevenage,” The Pocket Gods (new single: “Indie Pop V The World”; Hear here; Nub Music)


Off Road, Brad Paisley
Heat Above, Greta Van Fleet
Guard Down, Claud
Crazy For You, James Alphonse
Mothra / Ecce! Ego!, Leon Vynehall
Roaming, Photay
Bleed With Who?, Project213
Unfamiliar, December Avenue
you\me\everyone, iogi
Just Breathe, Anuladé
Man in Me, Madi Diaz
Blood Is Thicker Than Alcohol, Betty Harper
Make Me Hate You, Bree Jaxson
Plenty, Ato-Mik
Over and Over, Kolby Knickerbocker


Don Wilson [of The Ventures] (88)
Roberta Flack (84)
Jimmy Merchant (81)
Bob Spalding [of The Ventures] (74)
Nigel Olsson (72)
Cory Lerios [of Pablo Cruise] (70)
Walter Afanasieff (63)
Lionel Cartwright (61)
Dude Mowrey (490
Don Omar (43)
Eric Dill [of The Click Five] (39)
Ben Romans [of The Click Five] (39)


James “J Dilla” Yancey (1974-2006)

Dave Van Ronk (1936-2002)

Dave Alexander [of The Stooges] (1947-1975)

 RELEASED ON FEB. 10 … IN 1971 

“Tapestry,” Carole King (spent 15 straight weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard album chart; won four Grammys in 1972, including Album of the Year; featuring “It’s Too Late,” “So Far Away,” “I Feel the Earth Move,” “Smackwater Jack,” “You’ve Got a Friend” and “Where You Lead”; producer: Lou Adler; Ode)


Richie Albright (Waylon Jennings’ longtime drummer)

Elliot Mazer (producer-engineer for The Band, Neil Young, Linda Ronstadt, etc.)


> Rock Hall 2021 Nominees: Jay-Z, Foo Fighters, Iron Maiden, Tina Turner, et al (Rolling Stone)

> Trent Reznor, Janelle Monáe, H.E.R. Make Oscars 2021 Nomination Shortlists (Pitchfork)

> New Tina Turner Documentary Coming to HBO (Pitchfork)

> Alligator Records 50th Anniversary Streaming Concert Set For March 13 Premiere (Alligator)

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