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Published on September 21st, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault

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Pause & Play Today: Sept. 21, 2022

 UPDATES / ADDITIONS 

NEW RELEASES

“Ashley McBryde Presents: Lindeville,” Ashley McBryde – Sept. 30

“Night Comes Falling,” Stephen McCarthy & Carla Olson – Nov. 11

“Phosphorescent,” Gabrielle Aplin – Jan. 13, 2023

“Strays,” Margo Price – Jan. 13, 2023

“ATUM,” The Smashing Pumpkins – April 21, 2023

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REISSUES

“Use Your Illusion I & II (Super Deluxe Edition),” Guns N’ Roses – Nov. 11

“Live at the Fillmore – 1997,” Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – Nov. 25

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“The Lead,” FLO (six-song EP; new single: “Not My Job”; Hear here; Uptown / Republic)

“Meet Cute (Motion Picture Soundtrack),” various artists (Peacock Original film, starring Pete Davidson and Kaley Cuoco, is streaming on Peacock now; Republic)

“This One Flips the Vibe,” Mo Douglas (Hear here; Ten Dollar Recording Co.)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

All I Need To Hear, The 1975 | See here
Change of Heart, Margo Price | See here
For the Birds: Mother, Son and Holy Ghost + Ricochet, Paula Cole with Jason Isbell and John Paul White
Like You, Miss Grit | See here
Confident Man, Big Joanie | See here
LIL JIT / 90’S BABY REMIX (feat. Denzel Curry and ICECOLDBISHOP), PlayThatBoiZay | See here
I Believe She’s Lying, Jon Brion (co-written with Aimee Mann)
tooth fairy, Mae Krell
472, Brandon Blackburn
What You Need It For, ioish feat. Meredith Moore
Am I Going To Die (Hot Windy Palms), Ryan Hicks
Over It, RVBY MY DEAR | See here
She Kissed Her, autumn girl cry
Oh My God, Shannen Moser
Synthetic Fabrics, Elizabeth Moen
What If, THE HYBRIS
Get Me High, Acid Dad | See here
Clarity, Seven Purple Tigers | See here
Inhibitions / Intuitions, Kainalu feat. MUNYA

 TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS 

Dickey Lee (86)
Bobby Tench (78)
Don Felder (75)
Dave Gregory (70)
Corinne Drewery (63)
Faith Hill (55)
Tyler Stewart (55)
David “Dave” Jude Jolicoeur (54)
Billy Porter (53)
Melissa Ferrick (52)
Liam Gallagher (50)
Wale (38)
Jason Derulo (36)

Getting caught up …

Sept. 20 Birthdays: Chuck Panozzo (74), Peter White (68), Dave Hemingway (62), Randy Bradbury (58), Nuno Bettencourt (56), Gunnar and Matthew Nelson (55), Ben Shepherd (54), The-Dream (45), Rick Woolstenhulme (43), Yung Joc (42), Jack Lawless (35), Phillip Phillips (32)

 IN REMEMBRANCE 

Sept. 21:

John Du Cann (1946-2011)

Jaco Pastorius (1951-1987)

Sept. 20:

Nappy Brown (1929-2008)

Paul Weston (1912-1996)

Jule Styne (1905-1994)

Steve Goodman (1948-1984)

Jim Croce (1943-1973)

 RANDOM LYRICS 

“At night, I wake up with the sheets soakin’ wet
And a freight train runnin’ through the middle of my head”

 RELEASED ON SEPT. 21 … IN 2004 

“American Idiot,” Green Day (dubbed by the band as a “punk rock opera,” their seventh album became their first No. 1 album in the U.S.; it also topped album charts in 18 other countries, selling more than 16 million copies worldwide; featuring the title track, “Holiday,” “Wake Me Up When September Ends,” “Jesus of Suburbia” and “Boulevard of Broken Dreams,” the latter of which won the Grammy Award for Record of the Year; producers: Rob Cavallo, Green Day; Reprise)

 NO. 1 ON SEPT. 20 … IN 1969 

“Sugar, Sugar,” The Archies (the cartoon band’s smash spent four weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100 and became the biggest-selling single of 1969; producer: Jeff Barry; Calendar / Kirshner / RCA)

 MUSIC HEADLINES 

> Taylor Swift Introducing ‘Midnights’ Track Names on TikTok | Vulture

> Golden Globes Returning To NBC In 2023 On One-Year Deal | Deadline

> ‘Saturday Night Live’: All the Season 48 Hosts and Musical Guests | The Hollywood Reporter

> Jimmy Kimmel Renews ABC Deal, Looks Forward to ‘Quiet Quitting’ | CNN

> Ex-Journey Singer Steve Perry Battles Former Bandmates Over Trademarks | Rolling Stone

> Kanye West Seeking $175 Million for Music Catalog Sale | TMZ




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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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