Published on February 28th, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: Feb. 28, 2022



“(Un)Commentary,” Alec Benjamin – April 15

“Enough Already,” Brandon Heath – April 22

“If I Were Honest,” Angie Goeke – April 29

“My Echo, My Shadow, My Covers & Me,” AWOLNATION – May 6

“Let It Be Blue,” !!! (Chk Chk Chk) – May 6

“In Amber,” Hercules & Love Affair – June 17

Apple Watch Series 7. »

Deals on Print Magazines. »


“Another World (Deluxe Edition),” Brian May – April 22

“The Gold Experience,” Prince – June 17


“The Bridge on the River Kwai (65th Anniversary Limited Edition),” Alec Guinness, William Holden, Jack Hawkins, et al – June 7

“The Heavenly Kid,” Lewis Smith, Jane Kaczmarek, Jason Gedrick, Richard Mulligan, et al – June 7

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“Romeo Eats: Vol. 2,” Walk Off the Earth (Hear here; Golden Carrots / The Orchard)

“kisses + chrome,” Marion Belle (second solo EP by the Fatal Jamz frontman; Hear here; pretty unknowns)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

nyc, BabySantana |
Jumpin’!, Autumn! |
Fortune Favors the Bold, Joy Oladokun feat. Tim Gent |
Swoonin, Natalie Lauren
Members, KB Mike x Yungeen Ace |
Lodger, Papercuts
In Paris, Rosanne Baker Thornley |
Criminal, Cold Kingdom feat. Danny Case (of From Ashes to New)
Too Late, XOHA
When I Call You, Su’Lan feat. Capella Grey |
Chapters, Caterpillars
Conversations, The Vultures |
Suppress, Dylan Sinclair |
On the Road, Dango Rose
Incense Ascending, Anna Westin |
Paycheck, Brodie Dawson
Insecure, Raimie
Yellow Almond Forest, Enjoyable Listens |
Heads in the Roses, Jessica Wilde |
Care Too Much, Jas. |
Fade Away, Seán McComish
Made Up My Mind, STVB |


Sam the Sham (85)
Tommy Tune (83)
Bernadette Peters (74)
Cindy Wilson (65)
Pat Monahan (53)
Jason Aldean (45)


André Previn (1929-2019)

Mike Smith (1943-2008)

Chris Curtis (1941-2005)

 RELEASED ON FEB. 28 … IN 1983 

”War,” U2 (their third album, featuring “New Year’s Day,” “Sunday Bloody Sunday” and “Two Hearts Beat As One”; it was their first million-seller in the U.S., and the LP knocked “Thriller” from the top of the U.K. album chart; producer: Steve Lillywhite; Island)


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