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Published on July 19th, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: July 19, 2022



“Sunrise on Slaughter Beach,” Clutch – Sept. 16

“new STANDARDS vol. 1,” Terri Lyne Carrington – Sept. 16

“Mr. Sun,” Little Big Town – Sept. 16

“SOLIDARITINE,” Gogol Bordello – Sept. 16

“Big Time Things,” Office Culture – Sept. 30

“The End, So Far,” Slipknot – Sept. 30

“The Will to Live,” Titus Andronicus – Sept. 30

“Cherry,” Daphni – Oct. 7

“Blush,” PVA – Oct. 14

“Protector,” Aoife Nessa Frances – Oct. 28

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“A Little More of Me,” Paulina Rubio – Nov. 22

“Finale: Late Conversations with Stephen Sondheim,” D.T. Max – Nov. 22

“Hit Girls: Women of Punk in the USA | 1975-1983,” Jen B Larson – Jan. 10, 2023

“The Weakness in Me: Selected Lyrics,” Joan Armatrading – Jan. 24, 2023

“Leon Russell: The Master of Space and Time’s Journey Through Rock & Roll History,” Bill Janovitz – March 14, 2023

“Pink Floyd and The Dark Side of the Moon: 50 Years,” Martin Popoff – March 21, 2023

“Dee Snider: HE’S NOT GONNA TAKE IT,” Dee Snider – March 28, 2023

“Baez Upside Down: An Album of Drawings,” Joan Baez – April 4, 2023

“Barbra Streisand: The Albums, the Singles, the Music,” Matt Howe – April 24, 2023

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“Inner Child Work – Part 1,” Alicia Blue (five-song EP; new single: “Saline Waters”; Hear here; Magnetic Moon)

“The Beginning of the End,” God Is an Astronaut (live 20th anniversary release, recorded at Windmill Lane Recording Studio in Dublin, Ireland, on Oct. 3, 2021; Hear here; Napalm)

“The Local Honeys,” The Local Honeys (Hear here; La Honda / Thirty Tigers)

“Something More Than Love,” Lera Lynn (Hear here; Ruby Range)

“MAGIC,” Jessie Deluxe (Electric Death)

“…to be a dream…,” McCall (L.A.-based alt-pop artist’s debut album; new single: “Easy”; Hear here; 30SF)

“Rain City Drive,” Rain City Drive (Thriller)

“Thieves,” Alex Dupree (Hear here; Keeled Scales)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Velvet Lies, Bananarama |
Way to Say Goodbye, Aoife Nessa Frances |
Dream Another, Makaya McCraven |
Karaoke, Cass McCombs |
As We Live, The Interrupters feat. Tim Armstrong & Rhoda Dakar |
Love, Try Not To Let Go, Julia Jacklin |
Hero Man, PVA |
Fader, Imaad Wasif
oh haha, eej
Far Apart, MorMor |
U.L.B., Bolinas
Ashes, Dim Gray | See here
Will, Evangeline |


Vikki Carr (82)
Phil Upchurch (81)
Alan Gorrie (76)
Brian May (75)
Bernie Leadon (75)
Kevin Haskins (62)
Kelly Shiver (59)
Urs Buhler [Il Divo] (51)
Jason McGerr [Death Cab for Cutie] (48)
Christopher Bear [Grizzly Bear] (40)


Carmino Ravosa (1930-2015)

Van Alexander (1915-2015)

Dave Carter (1952-2002)

Judy Clay (1938-2001)

Roger Doucet (1919-1981)

Lefty Frizzell (1928-1975)


“What about this overcrowded land
How much more abuse from man can she stand?”


“Long Tall Weekend,” They Might Be Giants (their seventh album was the first full-length album by a major artist to be released exclusively on the Internet, through the digital music service eMusic; producers: Pat Dillett, They Might Be Giants; eMusic)


Nolan Neal (“The Voice” and “America’s Got Talent” alum)


> ‘I Said, Don, It’s Time For You to Reveal’: 50 Years Later, The Truth Behind ‘American Pie’ | The Guardian

> Queen’s ‘Greatest Hits’ Sells 7 Million Copies, Breaking UK Chart Record | BBC

> The Lasting Impact of Frank Ocean’s ‘Channel Orange’ | Complex

> ‘Captain Marvel’ Composer Pinar Toprak Pens Theme for Amazon Prime’s ‘Thursday Night Football’ | Variety

> Harry Styles’ ‘As It Was’ Tops Billboard’s Songs of the Summer Chart at July Midpoint | Billboard

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