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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 Reviews by Frank Critelli Shovels & Rope Little Seeds Breaking open the plastic, I already know I love this record. They’ve sharpened. But they’ve maintained the same spirit on O! Be Joyful! The new (but minor) studio tricks they’ve learned haven’t made them slick. That’s a good thing. “Honey, take a bow!”
Gritty, witty, and wise. It was a real pleasure to talk with Jon Dee Graham. Frank Critelli
Richard Neal is am extraordinarily respected and exquisitely loved musician in CT. I am proud and fortunate to call him my friend. Frank Critelli
I talked with Sarah Borges on the telephone, and I found her to be a very nice person. I liked her even more when I saw her band live at Cafe Nine as part of The Sunday Buzz Series – solid countrified rock ‘n roll. Frank Critelli
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.
I found Jose Oyola (of Jose Oyola and The Astronauts) to be friendly and pleasant in every regard. I like his record, and I had a great experience at the Hologram CD Release Show at College Street Music Hall. Directly after this interview, Jose scooted off to another meeting, and I had Mexican food with