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Published on July 27th, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: July 27, 2021



“Full Time Smile,” Future Crib – Sept. 10

“I’ve Been Trying To Tell You,” Saint Etienne – Sept. 10

“My Sober Daydream,” Foamboy – Oct. 1

“Can We Get a Witness,” The Georgia Thunderbolts – Oct. 15

Artist Merch Shop: See the New Arrivals. »


“Why Do Birds Sing? (Deluxe Edition),” Violent Femmes – Oct. 8

“The Sun Shines Here: The Roots of Indie Pop 1980-1984,” various artists – Oct. 29

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Sent From Above, Dolly Parton
Pond House, Saint Etienne
Bandido Para Ti, Alejandro Escovedo
Me Myself and Dollar Hell, Mild High Club
Better, Foamboy
Other Humans, Sweet Nobody
Seaside, Spencer Cullum feat. Erin Rae
All I Wanna Do, Nordista Freeze
The Glass Shifting, Brett Naucke
Ramon Ayala, Giovannie & The Hired Guns
Uncle Rico, Snotty Nose Rez Kids
BG, Future Crib


Bobbie Gentry (79)
Maureen McGovern (72)
Duncan Cameron [Sawyer Brown] (65)
Karrin Allyson (59)
Stacy Dean Campbell (54)
Juliana Hatfield (54)
Abe Cunningham [Deftones] (48)
Pete Yorn (47)
Cheyenne Kimball [Gloriana] (31)


Rickey Grundy (1959-2015)

Kidd Kraddick (1959-2013)

Bob Hope (1903-2003)

Leon Wilkeson [Lynyrd Skynyrd] (1952-2001)

Harry Edison (1915-1999)

Bobby Day (1928-1990)


“Madonna,” Madonna (her debut album, featuring “Borderline,” “Holiday” and “Lucky Star”; producers: Jellybean Benitez, Mark Kamins, Reggie Lucas, Butch Jones; Sire / Warner)


Joey Jordison (founding member of Slipknot)


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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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