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Published on October 10th, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: Oct. 10, 2021



“Motown: A Symphony of Soul With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra,” various artists – Nov. 19

“Chaotic Wonderland,” TOMORROW X TOGETHER – Dec. 3

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“Then Came the Dawn: Complete Recordings 1966-1969,” The Electric Prunes – Nov. 26

“Rufus Wainwright & Amsterdam Sinfonietta Live,” Rufus Wainwright & Amsterdam Sinfonietta – Nov. 26

Live in Brighton 1975,” Can – Dec. 3

“In Remembrance: Love Songs & Lost Treasures,” B.J. Thomas – Dec. 3

“The Motown Anthology,” Mary Wilson – Dec. 3

“Togethre Again,” Buck Owens & Susan Raye – Dec. 10

“Feeling Good: Her Greatest Hits & Remixes,” Nina Simone – new release date, Feb. 4, 2022


 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Monument, Greensky Bluegrass |


Cyril Neville (73)
Midge Ure (68)
David Lee Roth (67)
Tanya Tucker (63)
Eric Martin [Mr. Big] (61)
Martin Kemp (60)
Jim Glennie [James] (58)
Johnny Male [Republica] (58)
Mike Malinin [The Goo Goo Dolls] (54)
Mya (42)
Lzzy Hale (38)
Jack Savoretti (38)
Cherie (37)
Gabrielle Aplin (29)

Getting caught up …

Oct. 9 Birthdays: Nona Hendryx (77), Jackson Browne (73), Sharon Osbourne (69), James Fearnley [The Pogues] (67), Kenny Garrett (61), Kurt Neumann (60), Gary Bennett [BR549] (57), PJ Harvey (52), Sean Lennon (46), Lecrae (42), Scotty McCreery (28)


Oct. 10:

Steve Mackay (1949-2015)

Cal Smith (1932-2013)

Solomon Burke (1940-2010)

Eddie Cantor (1892-1964)

Édith Piaf (1915-1963)

Oct. 9:

Carl Fontana (1928-2003)

Milt Jackson (1923-1999)

Jacques Brel (1929-1978)

Helen Morgan (1900-1941)

 RELEASED ON OCT. 10 IN … 1966 

“The Monkees,” The Monkees (the group’s debut album; it was the first of their four straight No. 1 albums and spent 13 weeks atop the Billboard chart; the lone single was “Last Train to Clarksville,” but it also featured “[Theme From] The Monkees,” “I Wanna Be Free,” “Take a Giant Step” and “Papa Gene’s Blues”; producers: Tommy Boyce, Bobby Hart, Jack Keller, Michael Nesmith; Colgems)

 RELEASED ON OCT. 9 IN … 1987 

“Tunnel of Love,” Bruce Springsteen (his eighth studio album, featuring the title track, “Brilliant Disguise,” “One Step Up” and “Tougher Than the Rest”; the album won the Grammy for Best Rock Performance, Solo; members of the E Street Band played on the album, but it was credited as a Springsteen solo LP;producers: Springsteen, Jon Landau, Chuck Plotkin; Columbia)


Everett Morton (The English Beat drummer)


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