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Published on October 25th, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: Oct. 25, 2021



“Rod + Rose,” Rodney Atkins & Rose Falcon – Jan. 28, 2022

“Frayed At Both Ends,” Aaron Lewis – Jan. 28, 2022

“Oui,” Urge Overkill – Jan. 28, 2022

“4,” Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators – Feb. 11, 2022

“Manticore,” Shovels & Rope – Feb. 18, 2022

“For the Sake of Bethel Woods,” Midlake – March 18, 2022

Holiday Gift Guides. »

Holiday Gift Guides. »

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“Favorite – The 3rd Album Repackage,” NCT 127 (expanded version of their “Sticker” album; new single: “Favorite [Vampire]”; Hear here; CD out Nov. 5; SM Entertainment)

“As Above So Below,” Mia Carucci (seven-song EP; Hear here; Last Gang)

“20mg of Happiness,” ROSIE (debut EP; Hear here; Arista)

“US,” Beso Palma (eight-song EP; Hear here; Bueno Bueno)

“ID,” Scenes (six-song EP; Graham Ritchie)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

I Taste, Dream Tonic & Lucien Francis |
We’re Going to Make It, Timothy Eerie |
Never Let You Go, Teo G, Joe Mangione & Jusky |
BLOODRUNSOUT, Julianna Joy |
Lure It Out of Absence, Todd Dorigo |
Boomerang, Krissi Hunter
Whatcha Saying, Otiuh
Borrow a Kiss, Justin Kemp Band |
Alchemy, Cellophane Riot
My Friend and I, Emanuel Tägil
Cast a Line, Christian Parker |


Roberto Menescal (84)
Jon Anderson (77)
Taffy Danoff [Starland Vocal Band] (77)
Roy Lynes [Status Quo] (76)
Phil “Fang” Volk (76)
John Hall [The Equals] (75)
Glenn Tipton (74)
Chris Norman (71)
Richard Lloyd (70)
Matthias Jabs (65)
Robbie McIntosh (64)
Mark Miller [Sawyer Brown] (63)
Chad Smith (60)
John Levén [Europe] (58)
Nick Thorp [Curiosity Killed the Cat] (57)
Speech (53)
Ed Robertson (51)
Chely Wright (51)
Rosie Ledet (50)
Midori (50)
Jerome Jones, aka Romeo [Immature] (40)
Katy Perry (37)
Austin Winkler [Hinder] (37)
Ciara (36)


Jack Bruce (1943-2014)

Gregory Isaacs (1951-2010)

John Peel (1939-2004)

Richard Harris (1930-2002)

Roger Miller (1936-1992)

Bill Graham (1931-1991)

Gary Holton (1952-1985)

 RELEASED ON OCT. 25 IN … 1975 

“Still Crazy After All These Years,” Paul Simon (his fourth solo album, featuring “50 Ways to Leave Your Lover,” “My Little Town,” “Gone at Last” and the title track; won two Grammy Awards: Album of the Year and Best Male Pop Vocal Performance; producers: Simon, Phil Ramone; guests: Art Garfunkel, Phoebe Snow, Patti Austin, Bob James, David Sanborn, Toots Thielemans, Hugh McCracken, Tony Levin, Phil Woods, Michael Brecker, etc.; Columbia)


Bjorn Thorsrud (Smashing Pumpkins producer-engineer worked with many artists)

Sonny Osborne (The Osborne Brothers)


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