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Published on October 5th, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: Oct. 5, 2022



“Everybody Knows It’s Christmas,” Chris Isaak – Oct. 14

“Sleep is Exhausting,” Teddy Swims – Nov. 4

“Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s Kitchen Disco (Live at The London Palladium),” Sophie Ellis-Bextor – Nov. 11

“Me/And/Dad,” Billy Strings – Nov. 18

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Holiday Electronics Gift Guide. »

UPCOMING RELEASES (no release date yet)

“Memento Mori,” Depeche Mode – 2022/2023


“Live at the Bon Soir (Greenwich Village, NY | November 1962),” Barbra Streisand – Nov. 4

“Body Mind Soul (Expanded Edition),” Debbie Gibson – Nov. 18

“Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots (20th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition),” The Flaming Lips – Nov. 25


“The Number of the Beast + Beast Over Hammersmith (40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition),” Iron Maiden – Nov. 18

“ELVIS (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack),” various artists – Nov. 18

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 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“One Bad Night,” JAMIE (five-song EP; new single: “3D Woman”; See here; Warner Music Korea)

“Canyon,” Girl Pow-R (new single: “Slam”; See here; Canyon Entertainment Group)

“American Pictures,” Dan Pallotta (new single: “The Mailman”; See here; CThings)

“Krysalis,” April Kry (producers: 9AM, Joshua Gleave, Blane Mitchell; April Kry)

“Lavender,” Archie Bloom (producer: Bloom; Archie Bloom)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Not Today, The White Buffalo | See here
Iron Lung, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard | See here
What They Call Us, Fever Ray | See here
The Fonz, Wiki & Subjxct 5 | See here
bugs, Khai Dreams | See here
Not That Bad, The Drives | See here
Smoke & Mirrors, Maraschino
white dress, Braden Lam
Fuck Up Person, Nana Lourdes | See here
Nightmares, Grand Mantis
Sickworld, Midwife
The Fourth Cycle, Allison Lorenzen
Victory, Paul Payne837 x Profet x Joecy Tee
Just Me & You, Tara Novak
Memphis, Jenna DeVries
What You Need It For, ioish feat. Meredith Moore
When Im Gone, K Theory | See here
Fall in Love, DILER | See here
Resolutions, Una Rose


Roy Book Binder (81)
Arlene Smith [The Chantels] (81)
Steve Miller (79)
Brian Johnson (75)
Russell Mael [Sparks] (74)
Bob Geldof (71)
Harold Faltermeyer (70)
David Bryson [Counting Crows] (68)
Lee Thompson [Madness] (65)
Pato Banton (61)
Dave Dederer [Presidents of the United States of America] (58)
Heather Headley (48)
Colin Meloy [The Decemberists] (48)
Brian Mashburn [Save Ferris] (47)
James Valentine [Maroon 5] (44)
Paul Thomas [Good Charlotte] (42)
Brooke Valentine (37)

Getting caught up …

Oct. 4 Birthdays: Leroy Van Dyke (93), Lloyd Green (85), Steve Swallow (82), Clifton Davis (77), Duke Robillard (74), Jody Stephens (70), Gil Moore [Triumph] (69), Russell Simmons (65), Barbara Kooyman [Timbuk 3] (64), Chris Lowe (63), Gregg “Hobie” Hubbard [Sawyer Brown] (62), Jon Secada (61), Heidi Newfield [Trick Pony] (52), M. Ward (49), Robbie Bennett [The War On Drugs] (44), Marc Roberge [O.A.R.] (44), Jessica Benson [3LW] (35), Leigh-Anne Pinnock [Little Mix] (31)


Oct. 5:

Geoffrey Holder (1930-2014)

Bert Jansch (1943-2011)

Eddie Kendricks (1939-1992)

Oct. 4:

John Collins (1913-2001)

Art Farmer (1928-1999)

Danny Gatton (1945-1994)

Janis Joplin (1943-1970)


“Well, I was borned a coal miner’s daughter
In a cabin, on a hill in Butcher Holler
We were poor but we had love
That’s the one thing that daddy made sure of
He shoveled coal to make a poor man’s dollar”

 RELEASED ON OCT. 5 … IN 1970 

“Share the Land,” The Guess Who (their eighth album and their first after the departure of Randy Bachman; two new guitarists, Kurt Winter and Greg Leskiw, were added to the band; the album reached No. 14 in the U.S. and No. 7 in their native Canada; featuring the title track, “Hand Me Down World,” “Bus Rider” and “Hang On to Your Life”; producer: Jack Richardson; RCA)

 RELEASED ON OCT. 4 … IN 1971 

“Coat of Many Colors,” Dolly Parton (her eighth solo album, widely considered one of the greatest country albums ever, featured the title track and “My Blue Tears”; the title song inspired the 2015 made-for-TV film of the same name; producer: Bob Ferguson; RCA)


Loretta Lynn (country legend)

Mary McCaslin (folk singer)


> By Turning Straw Into Gold Records, Loretta Lynn Helped Me Love Where I Come From | Salon

> Sharon Osbourne Says Her “Heart Breaks” for Husband Ozzy Osbourne Amid Parkinson’s Battle | E! News

> Coldplay Postpone Shows After Chris Martin Suffers Lung Infection | Daily Mail

> Apple Music Celebrates 100 Million Song Milestone | MarketWatch

> For Her Swan Song, Linda Ronstadt Turns to Recipes | The New York Times

> Leave Lizzo Alone | Rolling Stone

> Susana Baca: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert | NPR Music

 TOUR NEWS  (see more Tour Dates)

> Depeche Mode Announces World Tour | Reuters

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Gerry Galipault debuted Pause & Play online in October 1997. Since then, it has become the definitive place for CD-release dates — with a worldwide audience.

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