“My Week That Was” 7-13-17 playlist Hr.1 Emerson, Lake & Palmer – Knife-Edge Balkun Brothers – Backdoor Man / Five To One Lisa Ronson – Shakin’ All Over Echo & The Bunnymen – Crocodiles Ride – Lateral Alice Mercy Choir – The Birds and Flowers of Bangladesh Peter Perrett – Something In My Brain Elvis
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“My Week That Was” 7-13-17 playlist Hr.2 Neil Young and The Bluenotes – Welcome to the Big Room (Live ’87) NRBQ – Rain At The Drive-In Elvis Costello and The Attractions – I Hope You’re Happy Now Peter Perrett – Hard To Say No Mercy Choir – 13th of July Ride – Impermanence Echo &
“My Week That Was” 07-06-17 playlist Hr.1 The Naomi Star – Hazy Sunshine The Naomi Star – Sky So Blue Balkun Brothers – Oh Yeah! (Last Jam) Balkun Brothers – Bapadubap Balkun Brothers -Don’t Be Afraid Linda Ronstadt – Tumbling Dice (Live ’78) Boz Scaggs – Lido Shuffle Doobie Brothers – It Keeps You Runnin’
“My Week That Was” 06-08-17 playlist Hr.1 Van Morrison – Wavelength Van Morrison – Going Down To Bangor Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young – Black Queen (Live ’70) Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young – Medly: The Loner – Cinnamon Girl – Down By The River (Live ’70) Los Straitjackets – Shake and Pop Nick Lowe
“My Week That Was” 06-01-17 playlist Hr.2 Mercy Choir – Last Night David Bowie – It’s Gonna Be Me (Live ’74) Tyrone Shoelaces – Senorita The Allman Brothers – Melissa The Clash – The Magnificent Seven The Clash – The Leader The Clash – Broadway Balkun Brothers – Don’t Be Afraid Wilco – I Got
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.
I joined CygnusRadio.com with the hope of starting an interview program similar to Inside The Actor’s Studio, only on the radio instead of the television. And I had planned to have Paul Belbusti of Mercy Choir as my first guest. I’ve known Paul for years, and I’ve always both enjoyed and/or respected his work. It took a good long while, but I