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Published on November 20th, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: Nov. 20, 2021



“Spell Songs II: Let the Light In,” Spell Songs – Dec. 10

“ME VS. ME,” NLE Choppa – Dec. 17

“Midnight Star,” Chrystabell – Jan. 21, 2022

“Country Stuff The Album,” Walker Hayes – Jan. 21, 2022

“Prey//IV,” Alice Glass – Jan. 28, 2022

“Never Forget,” Lee Oskar – Jan. 28, 2022

“Earthling,” Eddie Vedder – Feb. 11, 2022

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“In My Own Time (50th Anniversary Edition),” Karen Dalton – March 25, 2022

“Do All Words Can Do,” Fucked Up – March 25, 2022


“Johnny 99,” Johnny Cash – Jan. 21, 2022

“The Ever Popular Tortured Artist Effect,” Todd Rundgren – Jan. 21, 2022

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“All This Is,” Kaya Usher & The Family Band (widow of The Tragically Hip’s Gord Downie; Hear here; Arts & Crafts)

“Intimidated,” KAYTRANADA (three-song EP; guests: H.E.R., Thundercat, Mach-Hommy; Hear here; RCA)

“BUFFET,” LLusion (eight-song mixtapeguestsL Savage Ga$p, Salina Killa, Valentine, Cautious Claym HXNS, LoveLeo, Freddie Dredd, etc.; Republic)

“COOL,” goodboy noah (six-song EP; guests: Brasstracks; new single: “Treasure”; Hear here; The Orchard)

“TM Radio,” Tertia May (new single: “The Fire”; Hear here; Twisted Hearts)

“Work Hard, Rock Hard,” Kurt Deimer (six-song EP; producer: Chris Lord-Alge; guest: Geoff Tate; Kurt Deimer)

“Ain’t So Bad Round Here,” Noah Smith (producer: Smith; Hear here; Apple Music; Smith Sons Music)

“Destiny,” Infinite Coles (new single: “Round”; Hear here; Don’t Sleep / [PIAS])

“Three Times,” 1010 Benja SL (three-song EP; new single: “High”; Hear here; Six Zero Recordings)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Icy Chain, Saweetie |
Hi Hi No Show, The String Cheese Incident |
Count Your Blessings, Rita Wilson & Vince Gill |
This Is It, Jamie McLean Band
What Lovers Do, Joy Again |
ThunderGO, NAIMA
Under the Bridge, Eloah Jones |
Egyptian Lover, Jordan Dennis feat. Dallas Woods & JUJO |
I’m That Kid, Dario Margeli
Static, The Thing With Feathers
Wild in the Woods, Dallas Remington |
Black Guns / White Drugs, PEAKS! |
The Weather, Your Paris |
Deserve, Animalweapon |


Norman Greenbaum (79)
Joe Walsh (74)
Jimmy Brown [UB40] (64)
Jim Brickman (60)
Mike D (56)
Sen Dog (56)
Dierks Bentley (46)
Josh Turner (44)
Jared Followill (35)
Michael Clifford [5 Seconds of Summer] (26)

Getting caught up …

Nov. 19 Birthdays: Matt Sorum (61), Travis McNabb [Better Than Ezra] (52), Tony Rich (50), Jason Albert [Heartland] (48), Tamika Scott [Xscape] (46), Lil’ Mo (44), Browan Lollar [St. Paul & The Broken Bones] (39), Cam (37), Tyga (32)

Nov. 18 Birthdays: Jacky Ward (75), Graham Parker (71), Kim Wilde (61), Kirk Hammett (59), Tim DeLaughter [The Polyphonic Spree] (56), Duncan Sheik (52), Alberto Bof [Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real] (44), Fabolous (44), Mike Jones (41), TJ Osborne (37)


Nov. 20:

Pete La Rocha (1938-2012)

Chris Whitley (1960-2005)

Anton Rubenstein (1829-1894)

Nov. 19

Mel Tillis (1932-2017)

Della Reese (1931-2017)

Warren “Pete” Moore [The Miracles] (1939-2017)

Kevin DuBrow (1955-2007)

Terry Melcher (1942-2004)

Bobby Russell (1941-1992)

Tom Evans (1947-1983)

Franz Schubert (1797-1828)

Nov. 18/

Malcolm Young (1953-2017)

Sharon Jones (1956-2016)

Dave Appell (1922-2014)

Cy Coleman (1929-2004)

Michael Kamen (1948-2003)

Doug Sahm (1941-1999)

Cab Calloway (1907-1994)

Danny Whitten (1943-1972)

Ted Heath (1902-1969)

 RELEASED ON NOV. 20 … IN 1971 

“There’s a Riot Goin’ On,” Sly & The Family Stone (their fifth studio album, featuring “Family Affair” and “Runnin’ Away”; producer: Sly Stone; Epic)

 RELEASED ON NOV. 19 … IN 1979 

“Joe’s Garage,” Frank Zappa (three-part rock opera, featuring the title track and “Stick It Out”; producer: Zappa; Zappa)

 RELEASED ON NOV. 18 … IN 1966 

“That’s Life,” Frank Sinatra (featuring the title track, a Top 5 hit in the U.S.; producer: Jimmy Bowen; Reprise)


Dave Frishberg (“Schoolhouse Rock!” songwriter)

Hank Von Hell (former Turbonegro singer)

Keith Allison (Paul Revere & The Raiders)

Mick Rock (legendary rock photographer)


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