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Published on March 28th, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault

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Pause & Play Today: March 28, 2022

 UPDATES / ADDITIONS 

NEW RELEASES

“Attention: Miley Live,” Miley Cyrus – April 1

“Borrowed Time,” Dana Fuchs – April 29

“A Legacy of Rentals,” Craig Finn – May 20

“MUNA,” MUNA – June 24

“Beatopia,” beabadoobee – July 15

“Marching On,” Ozomatli – July 15

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REISSUES

“RAW: ‘That Little Ol’ Band From Texas’ Original Soundtrack,” ZZ Top – July 22

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“My Turn to Be King,” ØHENRY (new single: “Belong With Me”; Hear here; Boom.Records)

“Crisis Actor,” Sandman Sleeps (Umbrella Bird)

“The True North EP,” The ACT Americana Trio (four songs; producers: The ACT Americana Trio, Steve Dawson, The Henhouse Express; new single: “True North”; Hear here; The ACT Americana Trio)

“Chris Haddox,” Chris Haddox (producer: Ron Sowell; See here; Download; Chris Haddox)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Something’s Got a Hold of My Heart, Bonnie Raitt |
MONEY, The Warning |
Major Waste, DoFlame |
Crazy Down, LAYA |
Over the Moon, Nataly Dawn
The One I Love Most, Namen Namen |
Eso Que Tenés, Seven Kayne |
Queen (of the Barstool Two-Step), Randie O’Neil |
The Meds, The Virginmarys |
Soldiner, il:lo |

 TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS 

Charlie McCoy (81)
Reba McEntire (67)
Salt [Salt-N-Pepa] (56)
James Atkins [EMF] (53)
Rodney Atkins (53)
Mr. Cheeks (51)
Matt Nathanson (49)
Dave Keuning (46)
Lady Gaga (36)
Clayton Knight [ODESZA] (34)

Getting caught up:

March 27 Birthdays: Tony Banks (72), Andrew Farriss (63), Dave Koz (59), Clark Datchler [Johnny Hates Jazz] (58), Johnny April [Staind] (57), Mariah Carey (52), Brendan Hill (52), Fergie (47), Tia Fuller (46), Kimbra (32), Halle Bailey (22)

March 26 Birthdays: Diana Ross (78), John Rowles (75), Richard Tandy (74), Steven Tyler (74), Vicki Lawrence (73), Fran Sheehan [Boston] (73), Ronnie McDowell (72), Alan Silvestri (72), Monte Yoho [The Outlaws] (70), Dean Dillon (67), Charly McClain (66), Paul Morley (65), James Iha (54), Kenny Chesney (54), Juvenile (47), J-Kwon (36)

 IN REMEMBRANCE 

March 28:

Hugh McCracken (1942-2013)

Maurice Jarre (1924-2009)

Mo Koffman (1928-2001)

Maria von Trapp (1905-1987)

Carmen Dragon (1914-1984)

Dick Haymes (1918-1980)

Dorothy Fields (1905-1974)

Arthur Crudup (1905-1974)

Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943)

March 27:

Ian Dury (1942-2000)

March 26:

Ranking Roger (1963-2019)

Nikki Sudden (1956-2006)

Paul Hester [Crowded House] (1959-2005)

Jan Berry (1941-2004)

Randy Castillo (1950-2002)

Eazy-E (1964-1995)

Noël Coward (1899-1973)

 RELEASED ON MARCH 28 … IN 1973 

“Houses of the Holy,” Led Zeppelin (their fifth album, featuring “Over the Hills and Far Away,” “Dancing Days,” “D’yer Mak’er,” “No Quarter” and “The Rain Song”; it spent two weeks at No. 1 in the U.S.; producer: Jimmy Page; Atlantic)

 RELEASED ON MARCH 27 … IN 1995 

“Back for Good,” Take That (the British group’s most successful song was written by Gary Barlow, who also co-produced it with Chris Porter; the song hit No. 1 in the U.K. and 31 other countries; Arista)

 RELEASED ON MARCH 26 … IN 1976 

“Jailbreak,” Thin Lizzy (their sixth album was their commercial breakthrough in the U.S., thanks to the radio hit “The Boys Are Back in Town”; producer: John Alcock; Mercury)

 R.I.P. 

Mira Calix (producer-composer)

eith Martin (R&B musician, producer and songwriter)

Denise Coffey (British actress-singer)

Jeff Carson (country singer-songwriter)

Taylor Hawkins (Foo Fighters drummer)

 MUSIC HEADLINES 

> Talking Heads Musicians Survive Serious Collision With Drunk Driver | The Guardian

> Phil Collins and Genesis Hold Last Concert | CNN

> Glass Animals’ ‘Heat Waves’ Tops Hot 100 For Fourth Week, Doja Cat’s ‘Woman’ Hits Top 10 | Billboard

> Roxy Music Announce First Tour in 11 Years | Pitchfork

> How The Ernest Tubb Record Shop’s Future Was Put in Peril | Saving Country Music




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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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