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Published on May 30th, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: May 30, 2022



“Xeno,” rei brown – July 8

“Rat Beat,” Beach Rats – July 29

“Sundays,” Andrew Combs – Aug. 19

“Forever,” Calypso Rose – Aug. 26

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“The Complete Columbia Albums Collection,” Dexter Gordon – July 29

“Kool & The Gang: The Albums Vol. 2 (1979-1989),” Kool & The Gang – Aug. 5


“Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison,” Johnny Cash – Aug. 12

“80s Dance Classics,” various artists – Aug. 19

“The Dreaming,” Monsta X – Sept. 9


“None of This Rocks: A Memoir,” Joe Trohman – Sept. 13

“The Illustrated Catalog of Guitars: 250 Amazing Models From Acoustic to Electric,” Nick Freeth – Oct. 18

“Rolling Stone: The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time” – Nov. 1


“Everything Everywhere All at Once,” Michelle Yeoh, Stephanie Hsu, Ke Huy Quan, Jenny Slate, et al – July 5

“Buck and the Preacher (The Criterion Collection),” Sidney Poitier, Harry Belafonte, et al – Aug. 23

“The Bionic Woman: The Complete Series (Blu-ray Collector’s Edition),” Lindsay Wagner, Richard Anderson, Martin E. Brooks, et al – Aug. 30

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“Chapter IV: Vulnerable,” Ulrich Forman (Hear here; Au revoir ma belle Productions)

“She’s a Star,” NOVAA (new single: “Vitamins”; Hear here; See here; Novalty)

“The Landscape,” Marilyn Scott (producer: Jimmy Haslip; Hear here; Blue Canoe)

“Excuse Me,” Jampikid (four-song EP; Hear here; Lauter.)

“Summer of Misguided Dynamite,” Cathedral Ceilings (Dromedary)

“Here, There,” Melissa Weikart (new single: “Testing”; Northern Spy)

“Ele.mental,” Muunie (four-song EP; new single: “Air”; Hear here; Muunie)

“Narukanaga,” Camel Power Club (new single: “Bamtak”; Hear here; See here; Monty People)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Megachurch, Razor Braids |
Bloodmoon, The Shipping Company
The Other Man, Twin River
Another Chance, Mexx Heart
You Are the Fix, Dimestore Dolls
Lilacs, Ezra Brooks
Sacred Voyage, Female President


Lenny Davidson [The Dave Clark Five] (78)
Topper Headon (67)
Stephen Duffy (62)
Wynonna Judd (58)
Tom Morello (58)
Stephen Malkmus (56)
Tim Burgess (55)
Patrick Dahlheimer [Live] (51)
Idina Menzel (51)
CeeLo Green (47)
Remy Ma (42)
Devendra Banhart (41)
James Smith [Underoath] (40)


Anita Humes [The Essex] (1940-2010)

Mickie Most (1938-2003)

Tex Beneke (1914-2000)

Sun Ra (1914-1993)

Carl Radle (1942-1980)

Jean Deslauriers (1909-1978)

Dooley Wilson (1886-1953)


“How can I be sure?
When your intrusion is my illusion”

 RELEASED ON MAY 30 … IN 1983 

“Too Low for Zero,” Elton John (after a series of disappointing albums in the early 1980s, he returned to platinum form with his 17th album, yielding big hits with “I Guess That’s Why They Call It the Blues,” “I’m Still Standing” and “Kiss the Bride”; producer: Chris Thomas; Geffen)


Sidhu Moose Wala (Indian rapper turned politician)


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