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Pause & Play Today: May 14, 2022

Paolo Nutini

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“Speed of Heat,” Skunk Baxter – June 17

“(e)motion sickness,” girlfriends – June 17

“Heaven Is Here,” CANDY – June 24

“Roll and Go,” The Dreadnoughts – June 24

“Last Night in the Bittersweet,” Paolo Nutini – July 1

“How We Function,” BERRIES – July 8

“Kingmaker,” Tami Neilson – July 15

“Starlight and Ash,” Oceans of Slumber – July 22

“Notions,” Heavy Gus – Aug. 5

“I Survived, It’s Over,” Rich Ruth – Aug. 12

“Nymph,” Shygirl – Sept. 30

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“The Complete Capitol Albums,” The Hagers – July 22

“More Than You Can Chew,” Horslips – July 29

“Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables (2022 Mix),” Dead Kennedys – Sept. 30


“The Best of Bob Newhart 1960-62,” Bob Newhart – Aug. 19

“What’s Bin Did and What’s Bin Hid,” Donovan – Sept. 30

“The Lumineers (10th Anniversary Edition),” The Lumineers – Dec. 9

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

“Minutes to Midnight (Deluxe Edition),” Linkin Park (2007 album; 15th anniversary digital-only release includes four bonus tracks: a remix of “What I’ve Done,” the “Third Encore Session” performance of “Given Up,” and the songs “No Roads Left” and “Across the Line”; Warner)

“Steadman’s Wake (Acoustic EP),” The Connells (four songs; Hear here; Black Park)

“Keith’s Archives,” Keith Rowe (Hear here; Rebel Sound)

“Howland Hyatt,” Howland Hyatt (Hear here; Mindsnap Music / Von Artists, Ltd. / The Orchard)

“DoStroy,” DoFlame (19-year-old Canadian artist’s debut album; new single: “Wild World”; Hear here; 444%)

“Narrow Line,” Mama’s Broke (Hear here; Free Dirt)

“DobroSinger,” Abbie Gardner (Hear here; Abbie Gardner)

“Preacher’s Daughter,” Ethel Cain (new single: “Gibson Girl”; Hear here; Daughters of Cain)

“Daytime TV,” Green Sky Accident (Hear here; Apollon)

“Classic Rock Piano: Volume 1 – California,” Steven C (25 covers; Hear here; Steven C Music)

“1971,” Chuck Lazaras (five-song EP; guest: Tim “Ripper” Owens; Charles Fleming)

“Super Double Fine,” MonteCarlo (includes a cover of Duran Duran’s “All She Wants Is”; MonteCarlo)

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

Fade Into You, Valerie June … a cover of Mazzy Star |
Kong 2.0, Steve Aoki x Natanael Cano |
Seeing Someone Else, Ingrid Andress |
Honest Light, Ken Yates |
Sun//Eater, Lorna Shore |
Past Life, Arkells feat. Cold War Kids |
BLACK MAN, Butcher Brown + Michael Millions |
Lightwaves, Benny Benassi & Anabel Englund |
You!, LonelyTwin |
Angel Dust, The Scarlet Goodbye |
SHIVERS, Kety Fusco |
If You Want, Lauren Monroe (feat. husband/Def Leppard drummer Rick Allen)
Who’s Great, King Couto |
Obvious, Rauly
TODAY, DflexXx |
Better Place, The Q-Tip Bandits
Two Figures, Denni Ian |
Little Soldier, Savannah Rae

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

Gene Cornish (78)
Al Ciner [The American Breed / Rufus] (75)
Jay Beckenstein [Spyro Gyra] (71)
David Byrne (70)
Tom Cochrane (69)
Steve Hogarth (66)
Anne Clark (62)
Ronan Tynan (62)
C.C. DeVille (60)
Ian Astbury (60)
Eric Peterson [Testament] (58)
Fab Morvan (56)
Mike Inez (56)
Raphael Saadiq (56)
Danny Wood (53)
Natalie Appleton (49)
Shanice (49)
Hunter Burgan [AFI] (46)
Henry Garza [Los Lonely Boys] (44)
Ketch Secor [Old Crow Medicine Show] (44)
Dan Auerbach (43)
Mike Retondo [Plain White T’s] (41)
Dustin Lynch (37)
Martin Garrix (26)

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

B.B. King (1925-2015)

Cubie Burke [The Five Stairsteps] (1964-2014)

Jimmy Martin (1927-2005)

Frank Sinatra (1915-1998)

Keith Relf (1943-1976)

Sidney Bechet (1897-1959)

Fanny Mendelssohn (1805-1847)

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

“You were better to me than I’ve been to myself
For me, there’s you and there ain’t nobody else”

[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]RELEASED ON MAY 14 … IN 1982[/su_highlight]

“Combat Rock,” The Clash (their fifth album and biggest-seller, reaching No. 2 in the U.K. and No. 7 in the U.S., featuring “Rock the Casbah,” “Should I Stay or Should I Go,” “Know Your Rights” and “Straight to Hell”; it was the final LP to feature the classic lineup of Joe Strummer, Mick Jones, Paul Simonon and Topper Headon; producers: The Clash; guests: Allen Ginsberg, Ellen Foley, Futura 2000, Joe Ely; Epic)

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

> Ernie Barnes’ Iconic ‘The Sugar Shack’ (Marvin Gaye Album Cover) Sells for $15.3M | Eurweb

> Why U2 Trusted a Guy in Flip-Flops With Their Future | The Wall Street Journal

> An Elegy for the iPod | Gawker

> Soft Cell to Perform Their Debut Album in Full for First North American Tour in 20 Years | NME

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