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Published on October 15th, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: Oct. 15, 2021



“Bright Lights,” Susanna Hoffs – Nov. 12

“Underwater,” Ludovico Einaudi – Jan. 21, 2022

“Toward the Fray,” The Infamous Stringdusters – Feb. 18, 2022

“Ravage,” Mogli – May 12, 2022

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“Let’s Stay Together,” Al Green – March 25, 2022

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“True Colors (35th Anniversary Edition),” Cyndi Lauper (Download; 1986 album, with two bonus tracks; Epic / Legacy)

“Down to Earth (20th Anniversary Expanded Edition),” Ozzy Osbourne (Download; 2001 album, with three bonus tracks; Epic / Legacy)

“Skin,” Joy Crookes (new single: “Trouble”; Hear here; Read here; Apple Music; Insanity / Sony Music UK)

“Feeling For My Life,” Anson Seabra (producers: Seabra, Dan Richards, San De Jong, Jackson Foote; new single: “Keep Your Head Up Princess”; Hear here; Virgin)

“Juno,” Remi Wolf (the 20-year-old London phenom’s debut mixtape; Hear here; Read here; CD out Oct. 22; Island)

“How Are You?,” JESSIA (six-song EP; producer: Ryan Tedder; Hear here; Artist Driven / Republic)

“to hell with it,” PinkPantheress (20-year-old London phenom’s debut mixtape; Hear here; Apple Music; Parlophone)

“When I Hit the Floor,” Lorne Behrman (four-song EP; new single: “Oh Lord, Give Me Time”; Spaghetty Town)

“Plain Mister Smith,” Plain Mister Smith (new single: “Aliens Come Calling”; Hear here; Popaganda)

“Gone to Color,” Gone to Color (guests: Martina Topley-Bird, Jessie Stein, Abe Blackburn, Kurt Wagner, Liars, Carson Cox; Hear here; Gone to Color)

“Here Comes Trouble,” Charlotte OC (new single: “Here Comes Another”; Hear here; Embassy of Music)

“Whirlwind,” Allison St. Rock (six-song EP; producers: Leo Zarucky, Jason Sill; guest: Vaibu Mohan; new single: “I Wanna Feel Better”; Hear here; Allison St. Rock)

“Songs I Found In The Year I Lost,” Jeffrey James (five-song EP; Hear here; Sevro)

“The St Buryan Sessions,” Sarah McQuaid (Hear here; Download; Sarah McQuaid)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Easy on Me, Adele |
If I Was a Cowboy, Miranda Lambert |
BIG SHOT, The Lumineers |
Unforgettable (Tommy’s Song), Demi Lovato|
Name of the Game, Susanna Hoffs feat. Aimee Mann … a cover of Badfinger |
Children, Billy Porter |
ESCORT, Chase Atlantic |
Ben Franklin, Snail Mail |
U Gurl, Walker Hayes |
Never Surrender, Matoma & Steve Garrigan |
Rumors 3, Lil Migo |
Nothing Can Kill Us, K.Flay |
Simple, Sweet and Smiling, Kacy Hill |
Warriors, Napoleon Majoran feat. Capella Grey |
Scars, amor. feat. Mali Jo$e |
Mind’s Eye, Henry Chadwick |
What I’ve Been Missing, Jake Francis


Barry McGuire (86)
Linda Lavin (84)
Don Stevenson [Moby Grape] (79)
Richard Carpenter (75)
Chris de Burgh (73)
Tito Jackson (68)
Mark Reznicek [Toadies] (59)
Eric Benét (55)
Dave Stead [The Beautiful South] (55)
Kimberly Schlapman [Little Big Town] (52)
Ginuwine (51)
Jaci Velasquez (42)
Keyshia Cole (40)
Jessie Ware (37)
Zelo (25)


Gloria Lynne (1931-2013)

Edie Adams (1927-2008)

Terry Gilkyson (1916-1999)

Cole Porter (1891-1964)

 RELEASED ON OCT. 15 IN … 1966 

“Complete & Unbelievable: The Otis Redding Dictionary of Soul,” Otis Redding (his fifth album, featuring “Try a Little Tenderness” and “Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa [Sad Song]”; producer: Jim Stewart; guests: Booker T. & The MG’s, Isaac Hayes, the Memphis Horns; Volt / Stax)


Regi Hargis (Brick co-founder and guitarist)


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