Blog Blog 9.14.2022

Published on September 14th, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: Sept. 14, 2022



“Low Altitude Living,” Ocean Alley – Oct. 14

“The Golden Ass,” Fauness – Oct. 28

“Being Somewhere,” Dan Mangan – Oct. 28

“Trouble the Water,” Show Me the Body – Oct. 28

“NOW That’s What I Call Music! 84,” various artists – Oct. 28

“Adult Entertainment,” WOLF! feat. Scott Metzger – Oct. 28

“Last Call,” Morris Day – Nov. 11

“Live Laugh Love,” Sizzy Rocket – Nov. 11

“Sentimental Garbage,” Neal Francis – Nov. 18

Thursday Night Football: Chargers vs. Chiefs. »


“Syria Mosque: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, January 17, 1971,” The Allman Brothers Band – Oct. 28

“The Essential Foo Fighters,” Foo Fighters – Oct. 28

“NOW That’s What I Call Classic Rock,” various artists – Oct. 28

“B-Sides, Demos & Rarities,” PJ Harvey – Nov. 4

“Let It Bee (Remastered & Expanded),” Voice of the Beehive – Nov. 25


“All Souls,” Siouxsie and the Banshees – Oct. 21

“Ghost in the Machine,” The Police – Nov. 4

“Playing the Angel | The Singles,” Depeche Mode – Nov. 11


“Abbott Elementary: The Complete First Season,” Quinta Brunson, Tyler James Williams, Janelle James, Lisa Ann Walter, Sheryl Lee Ralph, et al – Oct. 18

“Nope,” Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer, Steven Yeun, et al – Oct. 25

“Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square,” Dolly Parton, Christine Baranski, Treat Williams, et al – Nov. 1

“The Power of the Dog (The Criterion Collection),” Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst, Jesse Plemons, et al – Nov. 8

“Frasier: The Complete Series,” Kelsey Grammer, David Hyde Pierce, John Mahoney, Jane Leeves, Peri Gilpin, et al – Nov. 8

“Saturday Night Fever (45 Year Anniversary),” John Travolta, Barry Miller, Karen Gorney, et al – Nov. 8

“WALL·E (The Criterion Collection),” Ben Burtt, Elissa Knight, Jeff Garlin, John Ratzenberger, Kathy Najimy, et al – Nov. 22

“Better Call Saul: Season 6” and “Better Call Saul: The Complete Series,” Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks, Rhea Seehorn, et al – Dec. 6

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“Grace Leer,” Grace Leer (appeared in the top 10 on season 18 of “American Idol”; seven-song debut album; producers: Dan Fernandez, Jared Hampton, Daniel Agee; See here; 19 Recordings)

“Universal Vibrations,” Sam Redmore (guests: Lumi HD, SANITY, Mr Auden Allen, Renegade Brass Band, Ellie Coleman, Andrea Brown; Jalapeno)

“Isn’t It Romantic,” Judy Whitmore (new single: “I Remember You”; See here; Tiger Turn)

“Messages from Aphrodite,” Lauren Monroe (wife of Def Leppard drummer Rick Allen; producer: Jim Scott; new single: “Sparrow”; Lauren Monroe)

“Sea Sound,” Apnea (producer: André Freitas; new single: “Highs and Lows”; See here; Apnea)

“Between All Things,” OHMA (new single: “Worlds Within Worlds”; Colorfield)

“Currents,” Moontricks (Westwood Recordings)

“Got to Believe,” Blue Largo (Eric Lieberman)

“Let’s Move,” Katie Dwyer Music (West Side Rose)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

No Future? Yeah Right, You Me At Six feat. Rou Reynolds
Typical Love, Cate Le Bon | See here
Forever, Lee Fields | See here
Bite Back, Algiers feat. billy woods & Backxwash | See here
Vertigo, Nick Hakim | See here
Radio Up, The Speaker Wars (Stan Lynch and Jon Christopher)
Hard Hands, Eva Schubert | See here
Pink Roses, Say She She
All I Needed (Summertime Mix), Happie
Cabin in the Woods, Brit Taylor | See here
Bombs Away, Emeryld | See here
Tragic, Iceblynk
Way Maker, Abbigail Thomas feat. Carlton Thomas & Celine Thomas
Criminal, Kat Leigh | See here
Baby-By, mmeadows | See here
Picture Perfect, Phillip Michael Parsons
Sleep, All Them Squares | See here
Buffalo, J4 | See here
Over, Romeo Vaughn
Oh My God, Edna
Nothing At All, The California Honeydrops
Flip Phone, Brooke Candy | See here
Whoa, Rauly
Part 2, Briana Piedra | See here
Windansea, Evangeline


Joey Heatherton (78)
Pete Agnew (76)
Jon “Bowzer” Bauman (75)
Steve Berlin (67)
Beth Nielsen Chapman (66)
John Berry (63)
Morten Harket (63)
Mark Hall (53)
Craig Montoya (51)
Mark Webber (51)
Nas (49)
Danielle Peck (44)
Alex Clare (37)

Getting caught up …

Sept. 13 Birthdays: David Clayton-Thomas (81), Peter Cetera (78), Randy Jones (70), Don Was (70), Steve Kilbey (68), Vinny Appice (65), Bobbie Cryner (61), Dave Mustaine (61), Zak Starkey (57), Tim “Ripper” Owens (55), Steve Perkins (55), Joe Don Rooney (47), Fiona Apple (45), Hector Cervantes (42), Niall Horan (29)


Sept. 14:

Peter Gutteridge (1961-2014)

Patrick Swayze (1952-2009)

Robert Savoie (1927-2007)

Pérez Prado (1916-1989)

Furry Lewis (1899-1981)

Sept. 13:

Eddie Money (1949-2019)

Gary Richrath (1949-2015)

Tupac Shakur (1971-1996)

Leopold Stokowski (1882-1977)


“Turn down the lights
Turn down the bed
Turn down these voices
Inside my head”

 RELEASED ON SEPT. 14 … IN 1993 

“August and Everything After,” Counting Crows (their debut album sold more than 7 million copies in the U.S. alone and reached No. 4 on the Billboard chart, featuring “Mr. Jones” and “Round Here”; the band was nominated for Best New Artist at the 37th annual Grammy Awards but lost to Sheryl Crow; producer: T Bone Burnett; Geffen)

 RELEASED ON SEPT. 13 … IN 1972 

“Close to the Edge,” Yes (their fifth album, featuring “And You and I” and “Siberian Khatru”; the album reached No. 3 in the U.S. and No. 4 in the U.K.; producers: Eddy Offord, Yes; Atlantic)


Jesse Powell (1990s R&B singer)

David Andersson (Soilwork guitarist)

Lowry Mays (iHeart Communications founder)

PnB Rock (rapper)


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> CREEM Debuts 1st Issue In 33 Years Today | CREEM

> Elton John’s Final U.S. Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour Concert in LA to Be Streamed Live on Disney+ | People

> Jann Wenner Leaks News Of New Bruce Springsteen Album Coming This Fall | STEREOGUM

> Red Table Talk feat. Teddy Riley | Facebook Watch

 TOUR NEWS  (see more Tour Dates)

> The London Suede, Manic Street Preachers to Co-Headline North America Tour in 2022 | American Songwriter

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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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