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Pause & Play Today: Sept. 21, 2023

Updates / Additions

New Releases

“At the End of the Day,” Sylvia Tyson – Nov. 3

“I Was Too Young to Hear Silence,” Patrick Shiroishi – Nov. 10

“Pick-Up Full of Pink Carnations,” The Vaccines – Jan. 12, 2024

“A Mirror Brightly,” Geographer – Feb. 23, 2024


“Loaded: The Greatest Hits 1994-2023,” Bush – Nov. 10

“Crank It, We’re Doomed,” Todd Snider – Nov. 10

“Rock ‘N’ Roll Soul: Live 1989,” Mark Farner – Nov. 17

New Music Friday: Sept. 22, 2023


“Rockin’ the Ritz 1988,” 3 (Keith Emerson, Carl Palmer and Robert Berry) – Nov. 17

Just Released

(Surprise releases + more)

“Her Favorite Flowers,” Rocco (six-song EP; Hear here; BMG Rights Management)

“Coney Island Kid,” The Mommyheads (Mommyheads)

“Almost Time,” John Surge and The Haymakers (producer: Tommy Detamore; Blackbird Record Label)

“Ninne Nanne,” The Delay in the Universal Loop (The Delay in the Universal Loop)

“Heaven,” Cleo Sol (Forever Living Originals)

“If We Cannot Talk,” Eckhardt and the House (BERT music / TCBYML)

“If It Wasn’t For My Friends, Things Could Be Different,” JAWS (five-song EP; JAWS)

“Blue Hour,” Eddy Lee Ryder (six-song EP; Elizabeth D Brennan)

“ENTELECHY,” Sandy Bell (Lion and the Bluest Star)

“Country Life in America,” Charlie Kaplan (Glamour Gowns)

“Saturnia,” GUM (Spinning Top Records)

“The Mercy of Women,” Dead Leaf Echo (third album; PaperCup Music)

“Penelope,” Small Crush (Asian Man)

“How I Learned to Love the Freaks,” Vinny Peculiar (Alan R Wilkes)

“(I’m just) Chillin’, on Fire,” Carlos Niño & Friends (International Anthem)

When times get rough / You can fall back on us

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

Desire, Beharie
Crude Oil, Ethan P. Flynn 
Le Temple Volant, Crumb & Melody’s Echo Chamber 
This Side of Me, Feral Family 
i suck at grieving, Lauran Hibberd 
Dive, Lauryn Macfarlane 
My Kind of Love, Prema Smith 
Lifetime, Faye Webster 
Saturno, Bumont & Tita 
Census Designated, Jane Remover 
Lonely Illusion, Blurry 
I Cocoon, The Pauses 
Hold Me, J8KE 


Fred Lewis (Lakeside)

Lou Deprijck (Belgian singer-songwriter, best known for writing “Ça plane pour moi”)

Dave Roe (country bassist who played with Johnny Cash for 11 years)

Ed Wright (trailblazing music industry giant)

This Week In … 1996

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Macarena (Bayside Boys Mix),” Los Del Rio

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “Macarena,” Los Del Rio (from No. 36 to No. 23)

Top Debut (No. 44) – “If It Makes You Happy,” Sheryl Crow

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Mouth,” Merril Bainbridge (from No. 59 to No. 47)

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit (only reached No. 55 in the U.S.) – “Don’t Look Back in Anger,” Oasis

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