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Published on July 29th, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault

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Pause & Play Today: July 29, 2021

 UPDATES / ADDITIONS 

NEW RELEASES

“And Then Life Was Beautiful,” Nao – Sept. 24

“What Happens Next,” Davy Knowles – Oct. 22

“An Orchestrated Songbook: Paul Weller With Jules Buckley & the BBC Symphony Orchestra,” Paul Weller – Dec. 3

Artist Merch Shop: See the New Arrivals. »

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“Slow Motion,” Jake Whiskin (five-song EP; See here; Dance to the Radio)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Jiggy (Whiz), ArrDee
Bad Girls, Miss Madeline
Brand New, Taryn
Coming Clean, Scott Cook feat. Stefanie Parnell
Fairies, Pieter Herweijer
FOREVER, whiterosemoxie
Little Sparks, Miss Pirate

 TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS 

Randy Sparks [The New Christy Minstrels] (88)
Neal Doughty [REO Speedwagon] (75)
Geddy Lee (68)
Patti Scialfa (68)
John Sykes [Whitesnake] (62)
Miles Hunt [The Wonder Stuff] (55)
Martina McBride (55)
Chris Gorman [Belly] (54)
Simon Jones [The Verve] (49)
Wanya Morris [Boyz II Men] (48)
James Otto (48)
Danger Mouse (44)

 IN REMEMBRANCE 

Idris Muhammad (1939-2014)

Gene McDaniels (1935-2011)

Jason Thirsk [Pennywise] (1967-1996)

Les Elgart (1917-1995)

Eddie Guzman [Rare Earth] (1944-1993)

Pete Drake (1932-1988)

Glenn Goins [Parliament-Funkadelic] (1954-1978)

Cass Elliot (1941-1974)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1791-1844)

 RELEASED ON JULY 29 IN … 1980 

“Voices,” Daryl Hall & John Oates (featuring “Kiss On My List,” “You Make My Dreams” and “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin'”; producers: Hall, Oates; RCA)

 MUSIC HEADLINES 

> Britney Spears’ Doctors Back Effort to Boot Father Jamie Spears From Conservatorship, Per New Legal Doc | Variety

> Prince Made ‘Welcome 2 America’ in 2010. It Speaks to 2021. | The New York Times

> Neal Schon Confirms Deen Castronovo Is Back in Journey | Ultimate Classic Rock

> The 20 Best Classic Rock Albums to Own On Vinyl | Louder

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