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Pause & Play Today: March 2, 2022

Belle and Sebastian

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“Consumed In Key,” Plastikman & Chilly Gonzales – April 1

“Ego Trip,” Papa Roach – April 8

“Berry,” Rozzi – April 22

“A Bit of Previous,” Belle and Sebastian – May 6

“Breaking the Thermometer,” Leyla McCalla – May 6

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“1776: 50th Anniversary Director’s Cut,” ‎William Daniels, Howard DaSilva, Ken Howard, et al – May 31

“Double Indemnity (The Criterion Collection),” Fred MacMurray, Barbara Stanwyck, Edward G. Robinson, et al – May 31

“Lawrence of Arabia: 60th Anniversary Limited Edition,” Peter O’Toole, Alec Guinness, Anthony Quinn, et al – June 7

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[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]JUST RELEASED[/su_highlight] (surprise releases + more)

“2,” BANG YONGGUK (six-song EP from the former leader and producer of the boy group B.A.P; Hear here; Download; Apple Music; Warner Music Korea)

“For the Love of Tabla,” Toronto Tabla Ensemble (new single: “Prayer For The Mother,” feat. Bif Naked; Hear here; See here; Apple Music; Ritesh Das)

“Lagoons,” Ruby Tingle (five-song EP; Apple Music; NOSUCHTHING)

“Close to the Sun,” Fortune Child (Jacksonville, FL, rock band’s debut album; producer: Kevin Elson; new single: “Tie the Line”; Raw)

[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]NEW SONGS[/su_highlight] (click on title to stream)

Baby, Charli XCX |
COMPLETE MESS, 5 Seconds of Summer
Unnecessary Drama, Belle and Sebastian |
Cut the Line, Papa Roach |
Better Now, ODESZA feat. MARO |
Open Channels, BADBADNOTGOOD |
Concrete, Barrie |
Contain (In Key), Plastikman & Chilly Gonzales |
Pedagogy, Pedal Generic |
Inamorato, THUS LOVE |
Commercial / In My Head, First Hate |
Open Your Mind, Big Gigantic & GRiZ |
Sunny Room, Maia Friedman |
Baloncito Viejo, Carlos Vives & Camilo
Food For Something Else, Safeword |
T/riangle, The FMs
Set It Up, Pote Baby |
All Those Little Things, Alice Dreamt |
Thrills & Chills, Nue |
I Don’t Wanna Fight Anymore, Similar Kind
Euphoria, JODOQ |
fflow, Rozzi
The Way Out, The Lonely Ones |
Day Doesn’t Die (Retrospected), Classified

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[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS[/su_highlight]

John Cullum (92)
Larry Carlton (74)
Dale Bozzio (67)
Jay Osmond (67)
John Cowsill (66)
Mark Evans (66)
Larry Stewart (63)
Jon Bon Jovi (60)
Alvin Youngblood Hart (59)
Method Man (51)
Chris Martin (45)
Deuce (39)
Mike “McDuck” Olson [Lake Street Dive] (39)
James Arthur (34)
Luke Combs (31)
Becky G (25)

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[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]IN REMEMBRANCE[/su_highlight]

Jeff Healey (1966-2008)

Martin Denny (1911-2005)

Malcolm Williamson (1931-2003)

Hank Ballard (1927-2003)

Dusty Springfield (1939-1999)

Serge Gainsbourg (1928-1991)

[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]RANDOM LYRICS[/su_highlight]

“You’re my sunshine
And I want you to know
That my feelings are true
I really love you”

[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]RELEASED ON MARCH 2 … IN 1987[/su_highlight]

”Trio,” Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris (their first collaborative album was a million-seller, featuring “To Know Him Is to Love Him” and “Telling Me Lies”; producer: George Massenburg; Warner)

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[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]RELEASED ON MARCH 2 … IN 1965[/su_highlight] (a bonus!)

(Courtesy of Reybee, Inc.)

“The Ed Sullivan Show’s” official YouTube channel shines a klieg light today on “The Sound of Music,” which had its worldwide movie premiere in New York on March 2, 1965. With music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II and book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse, the classic film won five Oscars® at the 38th Academy Awards®, including Best Director, Best Music and Best Picture. “The Ed Sullivan Show “presented some of the era’s biggest names performing songs from the hit soundtrack. “The Sound of Music” playlist on “The Ed Sullivan Show” YouTube channel includes multiple renditions of “My Favorite Things” by Eddie Fisher (1965), The Supremes (1966), Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass (1968), and The Hollywood Bowl Cast (1970) featuring duets by Cass Elliot/Johnny Mathis, Shirley Jones/Herschel Bernardi, Jeannie C. Riley/Minnie Pearl, and John Davidson with The Lennon Sisters.

As one of “The Ed Sullivan Show’s” special remote productions, also featuring an inspiring performance of “Climb Ev’ry Mountain,” The Hollywood Bowl Cast originally broadcast from the iconic venue as part of a 1970 tribute to Rodgers & Hammerstein.

Additional featured performances include Florence Henderson (“Do-Re-Mi,” “The Sound of Music”), Jane Morgan (“The Sound of Music,” “My Favorite Things,” “Climb Ev’ry Mountain”), The Kim Sisters (“The Sound Of Music,” “My Favorite Things,” “Climb Ev’ry Mountain”), and the University of Miami Glee Club (“The Sound of Music,” “Climb Ev’ry Mountain”). “Do-Re-Mi” is also center stage with performances by The Hollywood Bowl Cast, Nancy Dussault & The Sound of Music Kids (from Broadway), and Sally Ann Howes & The Lexington School For The Deaf.

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[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]MUSIC HEADLINES[/su_highlight]

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