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Published on October 31st, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: Oct. 31, 2022



“I Lie to You,” Micah P. Hinson – Dec. 2

“Double Album,” NOFX – Dec. 2

“Live at the Capitol Theatre,” David Crosby & The Lighthouse Band – Dec. 9

“PERMANENT.RADIANT,” ††† (Crosses) – Dec. 9

“Alive at the Village Vanguard,” Fred Hersch & esperanza spalding – Jan. 6, 2023

“The Power and the Glory,” The Bad Ends – Jan. 20, 2023

“Wrong Side of Paradise,” Black Star Riders – Jan. 20, 2023

“Sky Void of Stars,” Katatonia – Jan. 20, 2023

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UPCOMING RELEASES (no release date yet)

“Bonfire of Teenagers,” Morrissey – February 2023


“The Concerts in China (40th Anniversary Remastered Edition),” Jean-Michel Jarre – Nov. 25

“Lost Masters & Demos,” Nazz – Dec. 2

“Life Thru a Lens (Deluxe Edition),” Robbie Williams – Dec. 2

“Boys & Girls (10 Year Anniversary Edition),” Alabama Shakes – Dec. 9

“Evergreen (25 Year Anniversary Edition),” Echo & The Bunnymen – Dec. 9

“Live at Grand Central,” Carly Simon – Jan. 27, 2023


“Picture of Heath,” Chet Baker / Art Pepper – Dec. 2

“Euphoria Season 2 Official Score (From the HBO Original Series),” Labrinth – Dec. 2

“Bring It Home to Me,” Blue Mitchell – Dec. 2

“Bridgerton Season Two (Soundtrack From The Netflix Series),” various artists – Dec. 9

“The Eminent Jay Jay Johnson, Vol. 1,” J.J. Johnson – Dec. 16

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“Field Guide,” Field Guide (Read here; Birthday Cake)

“Fugue State,” Luke LeBlanc (producer: Erik Koskinen; Luke LeBlanc)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Love Like a Fire, Waldo Witt | See here
Ghost, Jenny Grace | See here
Ghost of You, The Failsafe | See here
Rare, Luis Centauri
So This Is How We Dance, Denni Ian | See here
Again, KT Laine| See here
Ginseng Hourglass, Kainalu
Champagne People, Jamie Beale


“You see dimensions in two
State your case with black or white”

 RELEASED ON OCT. 31 … IN 1983 

“Pipes of Peace,” Paul McCartney (his fourth solo album, post-Wings, featuring his No. 1 duet with Michael Jackson, “Say Say Say,” plus “So Bad” and the title track; the album reached No. 4 in the U.K. and No. 15 in the U.S.; producer: George Martin; Columbia)


D.H. Peligro (drummer for Dead Kennedys, Red Hot Chili Peppers)

Bruce Arnold (co-founder of Orpheus)


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