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Pause & Play Today: Oct. 27, 2023

The Beatles

New Releases

“Pages,” Big Wreck – Nov. 24

“Standards Vol. 1,” Thomas Bartlett – Dec. 8

“The Love You Bleed,” Danielle Nicole – Jan. 26, 2024

“Portraits,” Quarters of Change – Jan. 26, 2024

“Mellow War,” Tyler McCall – Feb. 2, 2024

“Chains & Stakes,” The Dead South – Feb. 9, 2024

“Arms,” San Fermin – Feb. 16, 2024

“Humble As the Sun,” Bob Vylan – April 5, 2024


“The Beatles 1962-1966 (2023 Edition)” and “The Beatles 1967-1970 (2023 Edition),” The Beatles – Nov. 10

“Totally Hot,” Olivia Newton-John – Nov. 17

“#1’s Volumes 1 & 2,” Keith Urban – Nov. 17

“Dire Straits – Live 1978-1992,” Dire Straits – Jan. 19, 2024


“The Beatles 1962-1966 & The Beatles 1967-1970 (2023 Edition)” box set, The Beatles – Nov. 10

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Just Released

(Surprise releases + more)

“Larger Than Life,” Brent Faiyaz (guests: Missy Elliott, Coco Jones, A$AP ANT, A$AP Rocky, Babyface Ray, Cruddy Murda, FELIX!, Lil Gray, N3WYRKLA, Tommy Richman, TTM Dawg; See here; ISO Supremacy / UnitedMasters LLC)

“The Day We Met,” Stephen Dawes (NYC-based alt-pop singer-songwriter’s seven-song debut EP; Hear here; Republic)

“Siren,” Chxrry22 (seven-song EP; guests: Offsett, Vory; See here; XO / Republic)

“The Secret to Life,” FIZZ (U.K. music collective’s debut album; See here; Decca)

“A Christmas Offering From The Cowsills,” The Cowsills (three-song EP; See here; Omnivore Recordings)

“If We Kept Trying,” Gert Taberner (five-song EP; Hear here; Nettwerk)

“Skin of My Teeth,” Lowertown (four-song EP; See here; Lowertown)

“Evidence of Love,” Andrea England (seven-song EP; producer: Hill Kourkoutis; Hear here; Lemonade Factory Music)

“Smoke & Mirrors,” GXTP (debut album from Grammy-nominated producers Jason Paul and Sasha Sirota, with Triple Sixx; Hear here; Nfartam)

“Even If It Kills Me,” Charlie PS (five-song EP; producer: David Ziehr; Hear here; Charlie PS)

“No Better Time,” Dylan Gossett (five-song debut EP; producer: Gossett; Hear here; Dylan Gossett LLC)

No matter when or where or who / Has one thing in common too

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

A Love Song, Lady A
Baby Burglar, Madness 
I Didn’t Know, Taleban Dooda 
Ships Passing, Ian Ewing feat. McCall & cocabona 
A Promise to Keep, The Laughing Chimes
Shut **it Down, TroyBoi & Armani White 
Bail Out, Big Wreck 
Can’t Shut Us Down, Kitty Ca$h & PawPaw Rod 
Hope You’re Hungover, Cale Tyson 
Good Time, Katastro feat. Duddy B & Jared Watson … their first single since the death of lead singer Andy J. Chaves in 2022 
Love & Violence, Sam Drysdale 
Wonder, Classified feat. Ian Janes 
Swing Like This, Baby Jey 
Just a Phase, Brian Falduto 
From Yesterday / Until Tomorrow, Eole
1 in 4, Love Is Enough 
No Rainbows In Indiana, wht.rbbt.obj 
Living in the Last Days, Tyler Herwig 


Steve Riley (L.A. Guns drummer)

This Week In … 1989

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Miss You Much,” Janet Jackson

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “We Didn’t Start the Fire,” Billy Joel (from No. 40 to No. 31) 

Top Debut (No. 70) – “I Live By the Groove,” Paul Carrack 

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Just Like Jesse James,” Cher (from No. 90 to No. 61) 

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Sold Me Down the River,” The Alarm 

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