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Published on September 19th, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault

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Pause & Play Today: Sept. 19, 2022

 UPDATES / ADDITIONS 

NEW RELEASES

“I love,” (G)I-DLE – Oct. 21

“Heart & Soul,” Blue – Oct. 28

“Mercurial,” Vera Blue – Oct. 28

“Trouble Is … 25,” Kenny Wayne Shepherd – Dec. 2

Artist Merch Shop: See the New Arrivals. »

REISSUES

“Rarities Oxhumed – Volume One,” John Entwistle – Oct. 21

“Louis Wishes You a Cool Yule,” Louis Armstrong – Oct. 28

“Revival: Live at Pookie’s Pub,” Elvin Jones – Nov. 18

VINYL

“This Is Me … Then (20th Anniversary Edition),” Jennifer Lopez – Nov. 4

“Queen II,” Queen – Nov. 4

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“A Little Midnight,” Lorne Behrman (new single: “Harlem River Serenade”; Spaghetty Town)

“That Weight,” Well Wisher (new single: “Miserable”; See here; Vinyl out Oct. 28; Egghunt)

“It’s Been a Long Time,” George Collins (five-song EP; See here; George Collins)

“Shine All Night,” Hot Buttered Rum (Hot Buttered Rum)

“Trececerotres,” Daniela Lalita (five-song EP; Young)

​”Alchemist of Your Destiny,” Friendship (Apollon)

“The Visions of Dear Perfection (Or, the Candy Land Generals),” Alice Dreamt (Alice Music)

“Romance Is Bad,” Gracie Jean (producer: Matt Wykniet; Grace Gayden)

“Love, Loss and Chickens,” Not a Moment Too Soon (1496495 Records DK)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Take Me High, Kx5 (Kaskade x deadmau5) | See here
Magnetic, Blue | See here
i just want to hide my face, EKKSTACY | See here
Rose Hill, Tommy Howell (aka actor-singer C. Thomas Howell) | See here
Covered in Gold, Daniel Carlson | See here
Cannonballers, Colony House
Iconoclasts, Surprise Chef
CA State of Mind, Alain Zane | See here
Beautiful Ones, Jeffrey James
Lonely Estate, Cailin Russo | See here
Happy Birthday to Me, The Comancheros
Smoke, The A.M.s
The Bay Fire, Jackson Mico Milas
Lost in Love, Little Thief
Give Up the Ghost, Joselyn and Don
Pages, Alex Vargas

 TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS 

Bill Medley (82)
Sylvia Tyson (82)
Paul Williams (82)
Mike Hurst (80)
Freda Payne (80)
David Bromberg (77)
Lol Creme (75)
Nile Rodgers (70)
Rex Smith (67)
Lita Ford (64)
Jeff Bates (59)
Jarvis Cocker (59)
Trisha Yearwood (58)
Candy Dulfer (53)
Esperonza Griffin (53)
A. Jay Popoff (49)
Tegan and Sara Quin (42)
Eamon (39)

Getting caught up …

Sept. 18 Birthdays: Bobby Jones (84), Frankie Avalon (82), Michael Franks (78), Kerry Livgren (73), Carl Jackson (69), Keith Morris (67), Mark Olson (61), Joanne Catherall (60), Ricky Bell (55), Cappadonna (53), Xzibit (48), Dizzee Rascal (38), Tae Kerr (27)

 IN REMEMBRANCE 

Sept. 19:

Dolores Hope (1909-2011)

Danny Flores (1929-2006)

Skeeter Davis (1931-2004)

Slim Dusty (1927-2003)

Gram Parsons (1946-1973)

Red Foley (1910-1968)

Sept. 18:

Kenny Wheeler (1930-2014)

Lindsay Cooper (1951-2013)

Pepsi Tate (1965-2007)

Charlie Foxx (1939-1998)

Jimmy Witherspoon (1920-1997)

Jimi Hendrix (1942-1970)

 RANDOM LYRICS 

“The ice age is coming, the sun’s zooming in
Meltdown expected, the wheat is growing thin”

 RELEASED ON SEPT. 19 … IN 1986 

“Give Me the Reason,” Luther Vandross (his fifth album, featuring the Grammy-nominated title and his first Top 20 pop hit, “Stop to Love”; it sold more than 2 million copies in the U.S.; producers: Vandross, Marcus Miller; Epic)

 RELEASED ON SEPT. 18 … IN 1967 

“Smiley Smile,” The Beach Boys (their 12th album didn’t fare well in the U.S., peaking at No. 41 on the Billboard chart, even though it featured “Heroes and Villains” and “Good Vibrations,” which hit No. 1 on the Hot 100 nearly a year earlier; producers: The Beach Boys; Brother / Capitol)

 R.I.P. 

Marva Hicks (singer-actor appeared in Broadway’s “The Lion King,” “Motown The Musical”)

 MUSIC HEADLINES 

> Bad Bunny’s ‘Un Verano Sin Ti’ Has Most Weeks at No. 1 on Billboard 200 Since 2016 | Billboard

> Mariah Carey Hints at Release for Secret 1995 Alt-Rock Album | Pitchfork

> Top 75 Albums of the Last 15 Years | Consequence

> Tribute to Allman Brothers Is Personal for Wet Willie’s Jimmy Hall | AL.com




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