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Published on February 14th, 2023 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: Feb. 14, 2023



“Billy Valentine and the Universal Truth,” Billy Valentine and the Universal Truth – March 24, 2023

“Love You Anyway,” Devon Gilfillian – April 7, 2023

“Deeper Sleeper,” Chessa Rich – April 7, 2023

“Ain’t Giving Up,” Chris Duarte – April 14, 2023

“Cadence,” Cinder Well – April 21, 2023

“Death of Darkness,” The 69 Eyes – April 21, 2023

“DRIVE,” Tiësto – new release date, April 21, 2023

“Forgive the City,” Country Westerns – April 28, 2023

“Lucha,” Y La Bamba – April 28, 2023

“late night thoughts,” shy martin – May 19, 2023

“One Step Back, Two Steps Forward,” Flawes – June 9, 2023

“O Monolith,” Squid – June 9, 2023

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“Back in the Neighborhood: The Best of Mister Rogers, Volume 2,” Mister Rogers – April 7, 2023


“The Maltese Falcon,” Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor, Peter Lorre, et al – April 4, 2023

“The Fisher King (The Criterion Collection),” Robin Williams, Jeff Bridges, Mercedes Ruehl, et al – April 11, 2023

“Cheech & Chong’s Up in Smoke 45th Anniversary Stash Box,” Cheech & Chong – April 18, 2023

“Rebel Without a Cause,” James Dean, Natalie Woods, Sal Mineo, et al – April 18, 2023

“Cheers: The Complete Series,” Ted Danson, Shelley Long, Kirstie Alley, et al – April 25, 2023

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“From the Capitol Vaults (Vol. 3),” Nat King Cole (14-song digital-only compilation; See here; Capitol / UMe)

“We Remember Bob Andy,” various artists (tribute to the Jamaican songwriter; VP)

“Mountain Days,” Lawson Hull (new single: “Time Zones”; See here; Nettwerk)

“Silver Line,” Hayden Everett (five-song EP; Nettwerk)

“22,” Supreme Beings of Leisure (Leisurephonic Records)

“Sound Alchemist,” Myron McKinley (debut album from the keyboardist and musical director for Earth, Wind & Fire; Dark Elf Music

“Haven,” RIZ LA VIE (L.A.-based alt-pop artist’s debut album; See here; Chaos Club)

“Falling Out / Falling In,” Zolita (six-song EP; AWAL Recordings)

“The Walls,” Holly Henderson (Ivy RecRods)

“Humour,” MARBLES (Norwegian quartet’s sophomore album; See here; Playground Music)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

internet crush, Jeremy Zucker | See here
Ain’t No Harmin’ Me, The War and Treaty
Sixers, The Hold Steady
Best Friend Breakup, Lauren Spencer Smith
All Comes Back to You, Ali Gatie | See here
Flowers & Chocolate, Eyedress
to make amends, linanthem
Gool Guy, Gord Sinclair (of The Tragically Hip)
Free!, Maxo | See here
fantasy, rlyblonde
LA, I Love You, Tammy Glover
Crusher, Taleen Kali | See here
Gold, Ivan & Alyosha
2 Carat, Eighty Ninety
My Luv, RINI feat. Bibi Bourelly
Sability, Ayra Starr
Romance, VINCINT
When I Whisper In Your Ear, Caesar Spencer feat. Mareva Galanter
My Favorite Stranger, The Hidden Gems feat. Crystal St. John
Hurts, Mychelle
Alphabet Soup, Sarah Chirita
Next, The Alarm


Today’s Birthdays


Joe Millar (The Irish Rovers)

Peter McCann (1970s singer-songwriter)


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> U.K. Albums Chart: Shania Twain Is ‘Queen’ | Billboard

 TOUR NEWS  (see more Tour Dates)

> U2 Reveals 2023 Las Vegas Residency Without Larry Mullen Jr. | USA Today

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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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