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Published on January 25th, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: Jan. 25, 2021



“DEACON,” serpentwithfeet – March 26

“TV Baby,” Pony – April 9

“Troubled Paradise,” Slayyyter – June 11

“The Ghost and the Wall,” Joshua Radin – July 23


“BE (Essential Edition),” BTS – Feb. 19

“Yellow Moon: The Complete Recordings 1961-1962,” Sly & The Viscaynes – Feb. 26

“She Wants You! Pye Records’ Feminine Side 1964-1970,” various artists – Feb. 26

“The Songs of Leon Russell,” various artists – Feb. 26

“Quiet Life [Box Set],” Japan – March 5

“The Complete Capitol Singles: 1957-1975,” Buck Owens and the Buckaroos – March 12

“The Classic Roost Album Collection,” Johnny Smith – March 12

“A Sting in the Tale (Deluxe Edition),” Ten Years After – March 19


“Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now: 50 Years of Philadelphia International Records [Download],” various artists (50-song compilation; Read here; Philadelphia International / Legacy)

“The Best Love Songs Album In The World … Ever! [Download],” various artists (83 songs; UMG Recordings)

“Follow Your Nightmares [Download],” Daemon Grey (Out of Line Music)

“Mi Destino [Download],” Drop-D (producer: Drop-D; guest: Niki Glam; first single: “Sube”; See here; Drop-D)


Fellowship, serpentwithfeet
The Final Parade, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones feat. Aimee Interrupter, Tim Timebomb, Angelo Moore and Stranger Cole … produced by Tim Armstrong (See here)
Deepest Ocean, the fin.
Cause to Create, ALBORN
Ain’t Goin’ Out Like That, Andrew Waite
Half Rich Loner, Paul Jacobs
Something To Hold On To, Alex Frew
Lions Should Hunt, Speak Easy Circus
Mr. Danger, The L.A. Maybe
SELF, kerri
First, Your Paris
Quiero Verte Hoy, Benjamín Walker and Vanessa Zamora
Guy Like Me, BlackWater Cobra
The Nights, Quiet Blue
One Time for Your Mind, Raz
Red Headed Lover, Meresha


Claude Gray (89)
Dave Walker (76)
Andy Cox [of The English Beat and Fine Young Cannibals] (65)
Mike Burch [of River Road] (55)
Kina (52)
Joe Sirois [of The Mighty Mighty Bosstones] (49)
Emily Haines (47)
Matt Odmark [of Jars of Clay] (47)
Alicia Keys (41)
Calum Hood [of 5 Seconds to Summer] (25)

 RELEASED ON JAN. 25 IN … 1985 

“No Jacket Required,” Phil Collins (won three Grammy Awards including Album of the Year in 1986; featuring “One More Night,” “Sussudio,” “Don’t Lose My Number” and “Take Me Home”; producers: Collins, Hugh Padgham; guests: Sting, Peter Gabriel, Helen Terry; Atlantic)


Billy Ryan (guitarist played in pre-E Street bands)

Jonas Gwangwa (South African jazz musician whose music in “Cry Freedom” received two Oscar nominations)

Joe Camarillo (The Waco Brothers)


> The Killers Reunite With Guitarist Dave Keuning in Studio for Band’s New Album (NME)

> Foo Fighters Launching Limited Channel on SiriusXM (Billboard)

> Sea Shanties TikTok Star Nathan Evans Gets Signed to Universal Music Group (Digital Music News)

> What to Know About Music’s Copyright Gold Rush (Pitchfork)

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