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Published on September 4th, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: Sept. 4, 2022



“MAXIDENT,” Stray Kids – Oct. 7

“II,” Dead Cross – Oct. 28

“Lightwork,” Devin Townsend – Oct. 28

“Love Songs for Losers,” The Lone Bellow – Nov. 4

“S.C.A.B.,” S.C.A.B. – Nov. 11

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“#1’s Vol. 1 & Vol. 2,” Luke Bryan – Sept. 30

“Do It for Love,” Daryl Hall & John Oates – Sept. 30

“White Christmas and Holiday Inn,” Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney, Vera-Ellen, Fred Astaire – Oct. 7

“Zappa ’75: Zagreb/Ljubljana,” Frank Zappa – Oct. 14

“Evil Is Going On: The Atco Albums 1970-1972,” Cactus – Oct. 28

“Surface Tension: The Studio Works 1981-1983,” Rupert Hine – Oct. 28

“Climb Aboard My Roundabout! The British Toytown Sound 1967-1974,” various artists – Oct. 28


“Maybe You’ve Been Brainwashed Too,” New Radicals – Oct. 7

“Christmas With Frank Sinatra,” Frank Sinatra – Oct. 7

“NOW That’s What I Call a Wonderful Christmas,” various artists – Oct. 28

“Egyptology,” World Party – Oct. 28

“The Cars Greatest Hits,” The Cars – Nov. 4

“Crying Laughing Loving Lying (50th Anniversary Half-Speed Master Edition),” Labi Siffre – Dec. 2

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 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“Detroit,” Big Sean (18-track mixtape; guests: Kendrick Lamar, Chris Brown, Jhené Aiko, J. Cole, Wale, Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J, Mike Posner, French Montana, et al; Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. / Def Jam)

“Away Message,” Ari Lennox (five-song EP; Hear here; Dreamville / Interscope)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Nothing Feels Right, Ozzy Osbourne feat. Zakk Wylde |
Dregs of the Wine, Pixies |
Saviour II, Black Veil Brides |
This Still Life, Aoife Nessa Frances |
Part 2, Briana Piedra |
Swindlers, AJAY |
Where Cotton Is King, The Panhandlers |
Flamingo, No Stop Go | See here
Diamond Country, Whitney Miller
Rock ‘N Rolla, Farveblind feat. Lucy Love |


David Allan Coe (83)
Dave Bargeron (80)
Roger Waters (79)
Buddy Miller (70)
Joe Smyth (65)
Pål Waaktaar (61)
Mark Chesnutt (59)
Macy Gray (55)
CeCe Peniston (53)
Darryl Anthony (53)
Nina Persson (48)
Noreaga (45)
Foxy Brown (44)
Max George (34)

Getting caught up …

Sept. 5 Birthdays: Bob Newhart (93), Carol Lawrence (90), Al Stewart (77), Loudon Wainwright III (76), Mel Collins (75), Clem Clempson (73), Jamie Oldaker (71), Roine Stolt (66), Terry Ellis (59), Brad Wilk (54), Dweezil Zappa (53), Kyle O’Quin (37)


Sept. 6:

Luciano Pavarotti (1935-2007)

Tom Fogerty (1941-1990)

Sept. 5:

Sarah Harding (1981-2021)

Joe South (1940-2012)

Thomas Hansen (1976-2007)

Giselle MacKenzie (1927-2003)

Salil Chowdhury (1922-1995)


“Take it hip to hip, rock it through the wilderness”


“Wild Wood,” Paul Weller (his second solo album, featuring the title track, “Sunflower” and “Hung Up”; it reached No. 2 on the U.K. Albums Chart; producers: Weller, Brendan Lynch; Go! Discs)


Singing “Shattered Glass,” Laura Branigan was the special guest on ABC’s last airing of “American Bandstand,” canceled after a 30-year run. Dick Clark told the audience that ABC had offered to let the program continue as a half-hour show but he wanted it to remain a full hour, so he moved the show to first-run syndication, starting Sept. 19. “One thing I can guarantee you,” Clark said, “‘American Bandstand’ will continue.” He remained the host until April 1989. Comedian David Hirsch took over for Clark when USA Network picked up the music variety series, but it would only last until Oct. 7, 1989.


Wes Freed (visual artist designed Drive-By Truckers’ album covers)


> TWICE Tops Billboard’s Album Sales Chart With ‘Between 1&2’ | Billboard

> Harry Styles’ ‘As It Was’ Holds Atop Hot 100, Elton John & Britney Spears’ ‘Hold Me Closer’ Launches in Top 10 | Billboard

> Led Zeppelin Concert Footage Hits YouTube After 52 Years in Storage | Rolling Stone

> Sex Pistols’ Glen Matlock to Play Bass on New Blondie Album | NME

> Robert Earl Keen Has Played His Final Show. He’s Not Kidding | Rolling Stone

> Josh Groban to Star in Broadway Revival of ‘Sweeney Todd’ | New York Daily News

 TOUR NEWS  (see more Tour Dates)

> Justin Bieber Cancels World Tour to Prioritize His Health | USA TODAY

> Dave Matthews Band Announces North American Fall Tour Dates | Consequence

> Carl Palmer Sets ‘Reunion’ Tour Honoring Late ELP Bandmates | Ultimate Classic Rock

> Dead Can Dance Cancel Upcoming European and North American Tours For ‘Health Reasons’ | Brooklyn Vegan

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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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