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Published on January 25th, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: Jan. 25, 2022



“External Combustion,” Mike Campbell & The Dirty Knobs – March 4

“Dystopia,” Dead Lord – March 11

“The Kaleidoscope Kid,” The Kaleidoscope Kid – March 11

“Georgia Gothic,” Mattiel – March 18

“The Most Distant Object,” The Most Distant Object – April 1

“Past Life Regression,” Papercuts – April 1

“Shines Like Gold,” The Weight Band – April 1

“SOLO,” Jesse Mac Cormack – April 8

“Songs My Friends Wrote,” Corb Lund – April 29

“Old School,” Boyzlife – May 6

“Sunshine Factory,” Uffie – May 20

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 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“UNSOUND,” NGHTMRE (four-song EP; guests: Ray Volpe, Deadlyft, RNSOM, Rosie Darling; Hear here; Gud Vibrations)

“Breakthrough: The Exodus (Live),” Ricky Dillard (guest: Kim Burrell; Hear here; Motown Gospel)

“Brightside,” Rich Brian (four-song EP; new single: “Getcho Mans”; Hear here; 88rising / Warner)

“Spirit Star,” Joyslam (Hear here; Apple Music; Joyslam)

“Sin Miedo,” Tambino (four-song EP; El Niño)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Jigsaw, Conan Gray |
Bombs Away, Old Crow Medicine Show feat. Molly Tuttle |
Lighthouse, Mattiel |
Every Time I See the Ocean, Cassie Marin |
All In, Chris Janson |
Phazerdelique, Kim and Buran |
Down & Out, Thirsty Curses |
I Need Bands, Guapdad 4000 |
Nightfall, Mild West |
Taking Over Me, Joey Tyler |


Benny Golson (93)
Claude Gray (90)
Andy Cox (66)
Farley “Jackmaster” Funk (60)
Mike Burch [River Road] (56)
Kina (53)
Joe Sirois [The Mighty Mighty Bosstones] (50)
Emily Haines (48)
Matt Odmark [Jars of Clay] (48)
Alicia Keys (42)
Calum Hood [5 Seconds of Summer] (26)


Demis Roussos (1946-2015)

Arthur Doyle (1944-2014)

Ray Peterson (1935-2005)

Robert Shaw (1916-1999)

Chris Kenner (1929-1976)


“Some people can hold it together
Last through all kinds of weather, can we?”

 RELEASED ON JAN. 25 … IN 1988 

“When We Was Fab,” George Harrison (the second single from his 1987 album “Cloud Nine,” an ode to Beatlemania; it reached No. 23 on the Billboard Hot 100; the music video was directed by Godley & Creme; producers: Jeff Lynne, Harrison; Dark Horse)


Andy Ross (head of Food Records in the 1990s, signed Blur, Jesus Jones, etc.)


> Neil Young Threatens to Remove Music From Spotify Over Joe Rogan’s ‘False Information About Vaccines’ | Variety

> Elton John Tests Positive for COVID-19, Postpones His Dallas Concerts | USA TODAY

> Alternative Press No Longer a Cleveland Magazine |

> Swifties Think ‘Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)’ Is Coming Next | Billboard

> How Dua Lipa Stormed the Top of the Charts | The Wall Street Journal

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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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