“My Week That Was” 04-27-17 playlist Hr.1 Balkun Brothers – Hey Kid Balkun Brothers – Slippin’ Stone Vic Chesnutt – Miss Mary Vic Chesnutt – Steve Willoughby Vic Chesnutt – Latent/Blatant Frank Critelli – Steve Willoughby Michael Cleary Band – How You Keep It Up Chaser Eight – Just Ride The Frank Critelli Band –
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“My Week That Was” 04-20-17 playlist Hr.2 Frank Critelli – High The Fraternity of Man – Don’t Bogart Me (AKA: Don’t Bogart That Joint) Brewer & Shipley – One Toke Over The Line Les Dudek – Friend Of Mine NRBQ – Wacky Tobacky The Ivory Bills – Bonehead Poodle Boys – Pop Party Courtney Barnett
Lys Guillorn and Her Band I’m a Boy 5-song ep (Stream of Consciousness Review by Frank Critelli) March, 2017 Starts strong right our of the gate. This Townshend tune sounds particularly powerfully coming from Lys Guillorn. Definitiely a cool early-60s vibe happening here. Mystery. Darkness. Importance. Melodic. Imagine Patti Smith fronted the early Who, Zombies,
Paul Belbusti and Mercy Choir continue to write and record beautiful and challenging music. Each new record becomes my favorite in Belbusti’s ever-growing discography. This interview was recorded in December 2016 at The Crow’s Nest, Branford, CT, engineered by Rick Allison. Paul talks about his songwriting and this new record, Like a Fountain Stirred.
Stream of Consciousness Review by Frank Critelli Belle of the Fall – Earthbound Beautifully recorded. Lovely vocals. Simple but effective instrumentation. Persistently understated. A playful slow-dance. “They’ll” probably play the fun tracks on the radio. And although they are a welcome distraction, those tracks aren’t necessarily characteristic or representative of Belle of the Fall.
The Record Company – Give It Back To You Stream of Consciousness Review by Frank Critelli. Yes.This is exactly what I need to hear: self-help for badasses. Riffy acoustic country blues. Heavy front porch music. Great bass player. Appropriately sloppy – loosely in the groove. “It feels so good doin’ what you want when you know you shouldn’t.”
Talking with Henry Rollins was an interesting experience from start to finish. I’d always admired his work and his outspoken crazy wisdom (I’ve even used several of his videos from The Big Think in my senior English class as inspiration during the week before graduation), and it was July when I saw on Facebook that