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Published on March 14th, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault

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Pause & Play Today: March 14, 2022

 UPDATES / ADDITIONS 

NEW RELEASES

“The Price of Dreaming,” Hollow Front – May 27

“Cheers,” Jukebox the Ghost – May 27

“Teeth Marks,” S.G. Goodman – June 3

“Versions of Modern Performance,” Horsegirl – June 3

“MTV Unplugged (Live in Melbourne),” Tash Sultana – June 3

“Cerulean,” Ken Yates – June 3

Amazon Music Unlimited: 3 Months Free. »

“The Last Waltz (The Criterion Collection).” »

REISSUES

“Washington Square Church,” Robert Fripp – April 29

“The Police Around the World,” The Police – May 20

“Exotic Creatures of the Deep (Deluxe Edition)” and “The Seduction of Ingmar Bergman (Deluxe Version),” Sparks – May 27

MUSIC BOOKS

“Don McLean’s American Pie: A Fable,” Don McLean – June 7

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“Superhuman,” Ferris & Sylvester (producer: Ryan Hadlock; Hear here; ArchTop / PIAS)

“Greenbroke,” Jackson Dean (producer: Luke Dick; first single: “Don’t Come Lookin’”; Hear here; Big Machine)

“Endless,” GOOSE (new single: “Fear of Letting Go”; Hear here; See here; Safari / Universal Music Belgium)

“Back on the Music!,” Paul Cherry (Sunset Music Productions)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Killing Me, Omar Apollo |
At Home, Island of Love |
Troublemaker, The Revelries |
I Need More, Split Persona
Rich Kids Ruin Everything, Mod Sun |
Muscle Memory, Ryan Keen |
Take It to the Grave, Megan Knight
Domino, Psyence |
No More, Trace Thompson
No Bell Prize, Nasa Nassa
Fly Baby Fly, Angie Goeke |

 TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS 

Quincy Jones (89)
Jim Pons [The Mothers of Invention] (79)
Michael Martin Murphey (77)
Walt Parazaider (77)
Rick Dees (71)
Jann Browne (68)
Mike Muir [Suicidal Tendencies] (59)
Billy Sherwood (57)
Michael Bland [Soul Asylum] (53)
Kristian Bush (52)
Taylor Hanson (39)
Este Haim (36)

 IN REMEMBRANCE 

Jack Greene (1930-2013)

Ronnie Hammond [Atlanta Rhythm Section] (1950-2011)

Doc Pomus (1925-1991)

 RANDOM LYRICS 

“You can reach me by railway
You can reach me by trailway”

 RELEASED ON MARCH 14 … IN 1989 

“3 Feet High and Rising,” De La Soul (their debut album, featuring “Me Myself and I,” “The Magic Number,” “Buddy” and “Eye Know”; widely regarded as one of the best hip-hop albums of all time; producer: Prince Paul; Tommy Boy)

 R.I.P. 

Pervis Spann (Chicago radio legend)

Barry Bailey (Atlanta Rhythm Section guitarist)

 MUSIC HEADLINES 

> Dolly Parton ‘Respectfully’ Removes Herself From Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Consideration | USA Today

> ‘BTS Permission to Dance on Stage’ Concert Scores Blockbuster $32 Million at Global Box Office | Variety

> CD Sales Rise for the First Time in Almost Two Decades | The Verge

> Autistic Man’s ‘American Idol’ Audition Moves Judges: ‘These Are Happy Tears, I Promise!’ | Yahoo! Entertainment

> Lizzo Says New Album Is Done, Rips Texas’ Anti-Trans Legislation During SXSW Keynote Speech | Rolling Stone

> A Plea to the Three Global Major Labels from Jack White | Third Man Records

> Why Millennials Want Their Parents’ Vinyl Records | The Wall Street Journal




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