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Published on March 28th, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: March 28, 2021



“Missing Persons (Alive Forever),” Procol Harum – May 7

“If I Fail Are We Still Cool?,” Patrick Paige II – May 21

“The Waves Pt. 1,” Kele – May 28

“Remedy,” Azure Ray – June 11

“26 East, Vol. 2,” Dennis DeYoung – June 11

“The Future, Tonight,” Neonfly – June 18

“Get Up Sequences Part One,” The Go! Team – July 2

“One On One,” Paul Carrack – July 2

“The Wandering Hearts,” The Wandering Hearts – July 30

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“Live! Breaking Ground August 3, 1977,” Steve Miller Band – May 14

“Belinda (35th Anniversary Edition),” Belinda Carlisle – May 14

“Tiny Music … Songs From The Vatican Gift Shop (25th Anniversary Remastered Edition)” and Super Deluxe Edition, Stone Temple Pilots – July 23


“Good News,” Megan Thee Stallion – May 21

“Chicago Transit Authority,” Chicago – June 4

“Until the End of Time,” 2Pac – July 23


“Live at the Cotton Club, Atlanta, GA, February 20, 1997,” Gov’t Mule (Hear/Read here; Evil Teen)

“Simple Syrup,” Sunny War (See/Read here; Hen House Studios)

“More Love,” Lili Haydn (her first solo release in six years; Lakeshore)

“Our Country,” Miko Marks & the Resurrectors (her first album in 13 years; producer: Justin Phipps; See/Read here; Redtone)

“Waterways,” Jody Porter [of Fountains of Wayne] (Rare Rock)

“KIDS,” Noga Erez (Hear here; City Slang)

“SUMMER03,” Midwxst (seven-song EP; new single: “Trying”; See here;
wxst and friends)

“The Love Language,” Trevor Jackson (producers: Jackson, Harvey Mason Jr., Ayo & Keyz, etc.; See here; Read here; Born Art / EMPIRE)

“Resident Human,” Wheel (Hear here; Odyssey Music Network)

“Waterlines,” Zoe FitzGerald Carter (producer: Jeffrey Wood; first single: “I Wanna Be a Teenage Boy”; Zoe FitzGerald Carter)

“Memories,” Purient (debut EP; new single: “Fantasy”; Burning Rose / Pelvis)


I Lost Thursday, They Might Be Giants
All Your Exes, Julia Michaels
Satisfied, Rebelution
Pour Into You, Dispatch
Remedy, Azure Ray
Mountain Crystals, Luminous Kid feat. Phoebe Bridgers
Dignity, Angélique Kidjo feat. Yemi Alade
Bittersweet, After 7
Gold, The Wandering Hearts
Never Leave the Basement, Nadia Vaeh
Slowly, Eadie
One More, I WAS THE LION & Peter Groenwald
Mermaid, Lizzie & The Makers
Juliette, Slush Puppy

Our Love, Pushing Daizies
Home, Becca Bowen
For the Money, Nathan Germick
Lament to Love, Riah Knight
Wonderwall, Kate Clark … a cover of Oasis
Take the Trash Out, Emily Milller
Sweet People, Atem S & By Proxy Music
Can’t Stop Progress, The Immediate Family
Talking to Myself, carobae
Neutrogena Spektor, Origami Angel
Brother, Rooftop Heroes
What We Want, Flying Penquin
I Felt Fine Today, Lazerine
Downtown, Paul Cafcae
Push, Voix
IDK/UFO, Sydney Schizzano
Soon, Richard Ford feat. Kessi Blue
Time’s Up, Lights Out, Bunkerpop
Drifting, Senses


Charlie McCoy (80)
Sally Carr [Middle of the Road] (76)
Chuck Portz [The Turtles] (76)
John Evan [Jethro Tull] (73)
Reba McEntire (66)
Salt [Salt-N-Pepa] (55)
Rodney Atkins (52)
Mr. Cheeks (50)
Matt Nathanson (48)
Dave Keuning [The Killers] (45)
Lady Gaga (35)
Clayton Knight [Odesza] (33)

Getting caught up …

March 27 Birthdays: Tony Banks (71), Andrew Farriss (62), Dave Koz (58), Clark Datchler [Johnny Hates Jazz] (57), Johnny April [Staind] (56), Mariah Carey (51), Brendan Hill (51), Fergie (46), Tia Fuller (45), Kimbra (31), Halle Bailey (21)


Hugh McCracken (1942-2013)

Maria von Trapp (1905-1987)

Arthur Crudup (1905-1974)

Dorothy Fields (1905-1974)

W.C. Handy (1873-1958)

Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943)


“Houses of the Holy,” Led Zeppelin (featuring “D’yer Mak’er,” “Over the Hills and Far Away,” “Dancing Days,” “No Quarter” and “The Rain Song”; producer: Jimmy Page; mixed by Eddie Kramer; Atlantic)


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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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