[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]UPDATES / ADDITIONS[/su_highlight]


“Familia,” Camilla Cabello – April 8

“King of a Tragedy,” Isak Danielson – April 8

“Further Joy,” The Regrettes – April 8

“Paradise Again,” Swedish House Mafia – April 8

“Pop Drunk Snot Bread,” Bowling For Soup – April 22

“This Is a Photograph,” Kevin Morby – May 13

“I Hope I Know,” Seth Walker – May 20

Celebrate Women’s History Month. »

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Electronics Gift Guide. »

UPCOMING RELEASES (no release date yet)

“Songs of a Lost World,” The Cure – 2022


“Come Away With Me (20th Anniversary Edition),” Norah Jones – April 29

“The Rock Box 1973-1979: The Complete Recordings,” Suzi Quatro – May 27


“Out of the Blue,” Sonny Red – April 1

“Sneakin’ Sally Through the Alley,” Robert Palmer – May 20

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

“Pa’lla Voy,” Marc Anthony (Hear here; See here; Sony Music U.S. Latin)

“89,” Charlie Gabriel (the title reflects the age of the Preservation Hall Jazz Band’s senior member; Hear here; Read here; CD and Vinyl out July 1; Sub Pop)

“E.L.E (Extinction Level Event),” Slushii (guests: Kiesza, Trilla, Ruvio, Mackenzie Sol, Rickyxsan, Volt; Hear here; Monstercat)

“Roses,” Jadea Kelly (producers: Aaron Goldstein, Joel Schwartz, Rich Jacques, Joe Moralez; Hear here; See here; Darth Jadea Music / Tone Tree Music)

“Ascension,” Ignescent (new single: “Remnant”; See here; Ignescent)

“Syndicate of Pain,” Phenomy (Grotesque Productions)

“Liverpool,” Shane Parish (Dear Life)

“Song About Songs,” Zander Schloss (new single: “I Have Loved the Story of My Life”; Blind Owl)

“To the Ends of the Earth,” Thirsty Curses (Hear here; Thirsty Curses)

“Low Tide,” Kevin Farge (Hear here; #veryjazzed)

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

Gina Rides a Tiger, C.N. Byrd |
Hands Please, Alan Ward |
Experiments, Maryze |
ANYA, Duke Heaven |
Lost, Alex Harry |
Signs Up High, Again Again |
In Tall Buildings, Garrett Heath

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

Hugh Grundy (77)
David Gilmour (76)
Kiki Dee (75)
Skip Ewing (58)
Chris Broderick (52)
Trent Willmon (49)
Beanie Sigel (48)
Bubba Sparxxx (45)
Chris Tomson (38)
Tyler, the Creator (31)

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Getting caught up …

March 5 Birthdays: Eddy Grant (74), Alan Clark (70), Charlie and Craig Reid (60), John Frusciante (52), Rome (52)

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

March 6:

Alvin Lee (1944-2013)

Stompin’ Tom Connors (1936-2013)

Mark Linkous (1962-2010)

Tommy Vance (1943-2005)

Nelson Eddy (1901-1967)

Ivor Novello (1893-1951)

John Philip Sousa (1854-1932)

March 5:

Kurt Moll (1938-2017)

Vivan Stanshall (1943-1995)

John Belushi (1949-1982)

Yip Harburg (1896-1981)

Patsy Cline (b. 1932), Cowboy Copas (b. 1921), Hawkshaw Hawkins (b. 1921), all killed in a plane crash in 1963

[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]RELEASED ON MARCH 6 … IN 1971[/su_highlight]

“Bryter Layter,” Nick Drake (his second album, featuring “Northern Sky”; producer: Joe Boyd; Island)

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[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]RELEASED ON MARCH 5 … IN 1969[/su_highlight]

“Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde,” The Byrds (their seventh album, featuring “Bad Night at the Whiskey”; producer: Bob Johnston; Columbia)

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[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]R.I.P.[/su_highlight]

Jim Owens (country music TV producer and husband of Lorainne Crook)

Johnny Brown (character actor and singer)

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

> Morris Day Slams Prince’s Estate, Says He’s Forbidden From Performing as The Time | Variety

> Veteran Music Publicist Cary Baker to Retire After 42 Years | Variety

> How 415 Records Made San Francisco a Punk and New Wave Powerhouse | KQED

> Fleetwood Mac: After Its 926 Weeks on the Chart, Who’s Still Buying ‘Rumours’? | The Guardian

> The Changing World of Radio Promotion | Billboard