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Published on March 14th, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: March 14, 2021



“There Is No End,” Tony Allen – April 30

“NOW That’s What I Call Music! 78,” various artists – April 30

“monsters,” Tom Odell – May 28

“Werewolves of Portland,” Paul Gilbert – June 4

“Tomorrows,” Son Lux – July 30


“The Warner Edition: Complete HMV & Teldec Recordings,” André Previn – April 23

“Official Bootleg Vol. 1,” Dickey Betts & Great Southern – April 30

“Live: The 1971 Tour,” Grand Funk Railroad – May 14

“Evergreen Vol. 2,” The Stone Poneys – May 14

“All Night Long: An Anthology 1965-1966,” The Palace Guard – May 21

“Your Man (15th Anniversary Deluxe Edition),” Josh Turner – June 25


“Wild Planet,” The B-52’s – April 23

“The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack),” Ennio Morricone – April 30

“Montrose,” Montrose – May 7

“The Nightfly,” Donald Fagen – new release date, May 28

“evermore,” Taylor Swift – May 28

“The Poet” and “The Poet II,” Bobby Womack – new release date, May 28

“Capitol Cuts – Live From Studio A,” Black Pumas – June 4


“Crazy,” Clever (guests: Juice WRLD, Post Malone, Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, Isaiah Lyric, Lil Baby; Hear here; Grade A / Posty Co. / Republic)

“spaceboy,” Mikey Ferrari (six-song EP; Boss)

“The Makover,” AliT (producer: AliT; Hear here; AliT)


United Together, Heather Small
Pampa desmedida, Juan María Solare
Monday Morning Drive, Nature’s Neighbor
For Love, My Name Is Ian
Concrete, I Ya Toyah
Aladdin Firm, The Space Station
Telepathic Love, Rare Birds
Enough, Ava De Bara


Quincy Jones (88)
Jim Pons [of The Turtles] (78)
Michael Martin Murphey (76)
Walt Parazaider (76)
Jona Lewie (74)
Rick Dees (70)
Jann Browne (67)
Patrick Leonard (65)
Billy Sherwood (56)
Michael Bland [of Soul Asylum] (52)
Kristian Bush (51)
Taylor Hanson (38)
Este Haim (35)

Getting caught up …

March 13 Birthdays: Roy Haynes (96), Mike Stoller (88), Neil Sedaka (82), Candi Staton (81), Adam Clayton (61), Terence Blanchard (59), Matt McDonough [of Mudvayne] (52), Common (49), Khujo [of Goodie Mob] (49), Glenn Lewis (46), Natalie and Nicole Albino [of Nina Sky] (37)


Jack Greene (1930-2013)


“Me Against the World,” 2Pac (he later became the first artist to have a No. 1 album while serving a prison sentence; featuring “Dear Mama” and “So Many Tears”; producers: Easy Mo Bee, Johnny “J,” Soulshock & Karlin, Tony Pizarro, D-Flizno Production Squad, Jay-B, DF Master Tee & Moses, Mike Mosley, Ezi Cut, Shock G, Brian G, Sam Bostic, Moe Z.M.D.; Interscope)


“The Bends,” Radiohead (featuring “Fake Plastic Trees,” “High and Dry” and “My Iron Lung” producer: John Leckie; engineer: Nigel Godrich; XL Recordings)


Sally Grossman (widow of Bob Dylan manager who famously posed on album cover)

Carmel Quinn (Irish singer and storyteller)


> John Prine Wins Two posthumous Grammy Awards (Los Angeles Times)

> Grammys 2021 Winners List (Updating Live) (Variety)

> Beyoncé, Taylor Swift and 25 More of the Richest Women in Music (Aol.)

> From Billie Holiday to Jeff Buckley: The 10 Saddest Albums of All Time (Far Out Magazine)

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