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Published on January 24th, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: Jan. 24, 2022



“KEYS,” Alicia Keys – CD version, Feb. 11

“With Love, The James Hunter Six,” The James Hunter Six – Feb. 14

“Now and the Evermore,” Colin Hay – March 18

“Songs of the Recollection,” Cowboy Junkies – March 25

“Euphoria Season 2 (An HBO Original Series Soundtrack),” various artists – April 22

Deals on Warner Bros. Movies & More. »

Explore Valentine’s Day Finds. »


“BeforeAfter,” Daryl Hall – April 1


“The Gorillaz Art Book,” Jamie Hewlett and other contributing artists – April 26

“Came the Lightening, Came the Light: Twenty Poems for George,” Olivia Harrison – May 24

“Heady Daze: The Mission Years, 1985-1990,” Wayne Hussey – May 26

“Tony Hadley: My Life in Pictures,” Tony Hadley – Sept. 1


“For All Mankind (The Criterion Collection),” Apollo astronauts – April 26

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“Baby Stars/Dead Languages,” Brian Straw (Apple Music; Brian Shaw)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Watercolor Eyes (From “Euphoria” An HBO Original Series), Lana Del Rey |
Walkin, Denzel Curry |
Stand Up, Papa Roach |
Keeping the Light On, Joy Oladokun |
Ordinary Lives, Lee Fields |
I Wanna Be a Boy, Addison Grace |
Dopamine, Lauren Waller |
To Say Goodbye, Ferera Swan |
Eclipse / Blunt Force, AP Tobler |
I Started Running from the Sun, The Derevolutions |
Betting, ID:EARTH feat. Dbo


Doug Kershaw (86)
Ray Stevens (83)
Aaron Neville (81)
Neil Diamond (81)
Becky Hobbs (72)
Matthew Wilder (69)
Jools Holland (64)
Sleepy Brown (52)
Beth Hart (50)
Mitchell Marlow [Filter] (43)


Mark E. Smith [The Fall] (1957-2018)

Butch Trucks (1947-2017)

Ken Darby (1909-1992)

Gordon MacRae (1921-1986)

James “Shep” Sheppard [Shep & The Limelites] (1970)

Edwin Fischer (1886-1960)


“Too many broken hearts have fallen in the river
Too many lonely souls have drifted out to sea”

 RELEASED ON JAN. 24 … IN 1972 

“Young, Gifted and Black,” Aretha Franklin (her 18th album, featuring “Rock Steady,” “Day Dreaming,” “All the King’s Horses” and the title track; producers: Tom Dowd, Arif Mardin, Jerry Wexler; guests: Billy Preston, Donny Hathaway, The Memphis Horns, Dr. John, The Sweet Inspirations, Hugh McCracken, etc.; Atlantic)


Dick Halligan (a founding member of Blood, Sweat & Tears)

Terry Tolkin (former Elektra Records A&R executive who championed alt-rockers)


> Taylor Swift Slams Damon Albarn Over Claim She Doesn’t Write Her Own Songs, Albarn Apologizes | Variety

> Sony Music Buys Bob Dylan’s Recorded Music | The New York Times

> Meat Loaf’s Wife Describes ‘Gut-Wrenching’ Grief After Husband’s Death | HUFFPOST

> A Few Last Words From Meat Loaf: In an Unpublished Interview, the Singer Reveals Secrets of ‘Bat Out of Hell’ | Variety

> Adele’s ‘Easy on Me’ Tops Billboard Hot 100 for Milestone 10th Week | Billboard

> Eric Clapton Claims People Vaccinated Against COVID-19 Are Under ‘Hypnosis’ | New York Post

> Is Old Music Killing New Music? | The Atlantic

> SiriusXM Announces Caitlin Larkin As New Host On The Beatles Channel | uDiscover Music

> Cyndi Lauper Joins the YouTube 1 Billion Views Club | Tone Deaf

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