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Published on January 16th, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: Jan. 16, 2022



“Welcome to the Block Party,” Priscilla Block – Feb. 11

“Blackberry Rose and Other Songs & Sorrows,” Lavender Country – Feb. 18

“Limbs,” Keeley Forsyth – Feb. 25

“Black Radio III,” Robert Glasper – Feb. 25

“The Silence in Between,” Bob Moses – March 4

“Run, Rose, Run,” Dolly Parton – March 4

“I Choose to Live,” Brittany Davis – March 18

“My Life In Music,” Ruth Slenczynska – March 18

“Immutable,” Meshuggah – April 1

“F.E.A.R.,” Stand Atlantic – May 6

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“I Can’t Fade Away: The Rockburgh Years, 1978-1984,” Iain Matthews – March 25

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“Everything Is Trash,” ILOVEMAKONNEN + Yellow Trash Can (Hear here; Apple Music; Timeless Magic)

“Keedron,” Keedron Bryant (14-year-old singer’s six-song EP; guests: Curly J, Aiyanna Bryant; Hear here; Warner)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Trouble With a Heartbreak, Jason Aldean |
Things will be fine, Metronomy |
The Best, Erica Banks |
No One Gets Me, Johan Lenox feat. RMR |
Burgundy Red, Sage.
​I Was Innocent, VanWyck |
Release, Loverboy
Grime, Dallas Woods |
Far, Fortune Child
One Night Rodeo, Dallas Remington |
Cold Comfort, StayLoose |
The Void, Durcel Haze |
Happier Things, Studio Electrophonique


Marilyn Horne (88)
Barbara Lynn (80)
Ronnie Milsap (79)
Katherine Anderson Schaffner [The Marvelettes] (78)
Jim Stafford (78)
John Carpenter (74)
Damo Suzuki [Can] (72)
Maxine Jones [En Vogue] (63)
Sade (63)
Jill Sobule (63)
Paul Webb [Talk Talk] (60)
Lin-Manuel Miranda (43)
James Young [The Eli Young Band] (42)
Nick Valensi [The Strokes] (41)


Phil Spector (1939-2021)

Chris Wilson (1956-2019)

Lorna Doom (1958-2019)

Jimmy Castor (1940-2012)

Carla Ward (1924-1973)

Ross Bagdasarian Sr., aka David Seville (1919-1972)

 RELEASED JAN. 16 … IN 1968 

“Vincebus Eruptum,” Blue Cheer (their debut album, featuring “Summertime Blues”; producer: Abe “Voco” Kesh; Philips)


Dan Einstein (co-founder of John Prine’s Oh Boy Records)

Rachel Nagy (Detroit Cobras frontwoman)


> Elvis Costello Says He Doesn’t Like Modern Rock Music | NME

> Why Are So Many Rock Stars Selling Their Music Catalogs? | The Wall Street Journal

> Bleachers: Chinatown (Live) | SNL

> Robert Earl Keen Announces Surprise Retirement From Touring | Rolling Stone

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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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