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Published on October 19th, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: Oct. 19, 2021



“Persona Non Grata,” Exodus – Nov. 19

“Outside Voices,” K.Flay – Nov. 19

“Epigone,” Wilderun – Jan. 7, 2022

“Run Like a Bull,” Ryan Culwell – Jan. 28, 2022

“Give Me the Future,” Bastille – Feb. 4, 2022

“Easy Listening for Jerks – Part 1,” The Dead South – March 4, 2022

Holiday Gift Guides 2021. »

“The Reprise Albums 1968-1971,” Joni Mitchell. »


“Live at the Troubadour,” Daryl Hall & John Oates – Nov. 26

“Dust of Time: An Anthology,” Hawkwind – Dec. 10

“Live From Blueberry Hill,” Chuck Berry – Dec. 17

“Greatest Hits,” James Morrison – Feb. 11, 2022


“Sex O’Clock,” Anita Lane – Dec. 10

“The Slow Rush (Deluxe Box Set),” Tame Impala – Feb. 18, 2022

Amazon Music Unlimited: Get 6 Months of Disney+ Free. »

Holiday Gift List. »

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“Punk,” Young Thug (guests: Drake, Mac Miller, Juice WRLD, Post Malone, A$AP Rocky, Travis Scott, Doja Cat, Nate Ruess, Strick, J. Cole, T-Shyne, Gunna, Future, BSlime, Lil Double 0, Jeff Bhasker; Hear here; Apple Music; YSL / 300 Entertainment / Atlantic)

“The Spirit Room (20th Anniversary Edition),” Michelle Branch (2001 album, featuring “Everywhere,” “All You Wanted” and “Goodbye to You”; with two bonus tracks; Apple Music; Michelle Branch)

“Together Again,” Tiësto (five-song EP; Hear here; Apple Music; Musical Freedom Label)

“L’Esprit,” ToBy (new single: “Are We Ridin”; Hear here; Magnetic Moon)

“A Whole Lot of Nothin’,” The Royal Hounds (producer: guitarist Matheus Canteri; Hear here; The Royal Hounds)

“Commercials for Heaven,” Ryan Fischer (new single: “I Forget”; Hear here; Ryan Fischer)

“Stomp Out Hate, Love, Repeat,” KLAE (three-song EP; Hear here; MPW Productions)

“Chris Mardini,” Chris Mardini (Apple Music; Polar Bear Recordings)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Taking Me Back, Jack White |
Dancin’ in the Aisles, Barry Manilow
Godiva Girl, Todd Rundgren & The Roots |
Wouldn’t Change a Thing, ILLENIUM & Thirty Seconds To Mars |
My Name Is Jonas, Taking Back Sunday |
Undeniable, Kygo feat. X Ambassadors |
Get Together, Belinda Carlisle |
Divine, Monie Love feat. Skyzoo & TUFF |
Leaves, Aeon Station |
Kiss, Janet Devlin |
Waiting, TOPS |
Bliss, Faulty Rivals |
Choices, Anieszka |
Roof, Christ Sufficient
Cold Heart, Vibe Sensai |
Teen Dream Fantasy, Strange Hotels
Monkey, Hector Who Lived
Origin, Slump6s |
When We Fall, Koalra
Overall, I A N |
S.O.S., Melroze
Office Romance, Human Kebab


Jeannie C. Riley (76)
Patrick Simmons (73)
Nino DeFranco (66)
Karl Wallinger (64)
Jennifer Holliday (61)
Daniel Woodgate [Madness] (61)
Sinitta (58)
Todd Park Mohr [Big Head Todd and the Monsters] (56)
Pras Michel (49)
Pete Loeffler [Chevelle] (45)
Cyndi Thomson (45)
Zac Barnett [American Authors] (35)

Getting caught up …

Oct. 18 Birthdays: Russ Giguere [The Association] (78), Joe Egan [Stealers Wheel] (75), Vickie Winans (68), Wynton Marsalis (60), Tim Cross [Sponge] (55), Nonchalant (54), Peter Svensson [The Cardigans] (47), Ne-Yo (42), Josh Gracin (41), Jesse Littleton [Marshall Dyllon] (40), Esperanza Spalding (37)


Oct. 19:

Raphael Ravenscroft (1954-2014)

John Holt (1947-2014)

Noel Harrison (1934-2013)

Glen Buxton (1947-1997)

Don Cherry (1936-1995)

Son House (1902-1988)

Isham Jones (1894-1956)

Oct. 18:

Dee Dee Warwick (1945-2008)

Lucky Dube (1964-2007)

Julie London (1926-2000)

 RELEASED ON OCT. 19 IN … 2011 

“Mylo Xyloto,” Coldplay (their fifth album reached No. 1 in 34 countries and sold more than 8 million copies, featuring “Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall,” “Paradise,” “Charlie Brown” and “Princess of China”; producers: Brian Eno, Markus Dravs, Daniel Green, Rik Simpson; Capitol)

 RELEASED ON OCT. 18 IN … 1985 

“Love,” The Cult (their second album, featuring “She Sells Sanctuary”; producer: Steve Brown; Beggars Banquet)


Bob Fisher (music journalist and catalog expert)

Joe Palmaccio (Grammy Award-winning mastering engineer)


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