Belizbeha | Void Where Inhibited

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Void Where Inhibited

by Belizbeha

Soul, hip-hop, house, and jazz with a fist-full of funk.
Genre: Jazz: Acid Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Too Complex
4:01 $0.99
2. Fusion
3:57 $0.99
3. Invisible
3:57 $0.99
4. Children of the Jazz
3:42 $0.99
5. Big Ballad
4:49 $0.99
6. Yomyman
3:09 $0.99
7. Whenever She's Around
4:50 $0.99
8. Not 4 Nothin'
4:49 $0.99
9. Come Back Home
5:14 $0.99
10. Off da Mark
4:11 $0.99
11. Penny for Your Thoughts
3:57 $0.99
12. Rock da Mic
3:37 $0.99
13. So Strange
5:01 $0.99
14. R.E.M.
4:06 $0.99
15. Inhibitions
5:03 $0.99
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Album Notes
Some comments from people you may know.

"...two steps beyond tomorrow, Belizbeha is the Funk of the future."
Mike G, The Jungle Brothers

"Belizbeha is, in my opinion, the next big thing in the music industry...and live they are amazing" Tony Shimkin, Madonna's producer

"...the best new band since Jamiroquai."
Nappy G, The Groove Collective

"I was driving, heard the music, and I had to stop"
Jon Fishman, Phish

CMJ New Music Report 09-28-98
"Belizbeha nods both lyrically and musically to a tremendous breadth of artists. Notables such as Stevie Wonder and ATCQ have inspired this septet which still retains its own multicultural sound. ...deft rhymes, weightless vocals, silky smooth... it backs it up with funk, jazz, and even house, all played with vintage skilled musicianship. Void Where Inhibited renews your faith in the funk."

VOX 09-98
"this [cd] is very polished without feeling slick. ....nice slow-jam vocals, funky jazz beats....some of the grooves remind me of mid-period Stevie Wonder. Musically this band has always been right on, which isn't any news by any means."

Daily Camera 06-17-98
"One of the few Cds that has made it into my personal collection from the stacks of promos that I receive is Belizbeha's. The band comes from Phishland and yes they jam [but] as in Russell Simmons and Def Jam Records style. The band has a reputation for being incredible live, and it's groove-heavy funk is the perfect midsummer heat wave.

The Daily Athenaeum (West Virginia) 01-29-98
"If you ever go to a restaurant and see so much food that you don't know what to order, what do you do? Belizbeha had that problem, so they combined all their favorite styles and have a musical buffet ready to serve. Expect some exciting beats with so much anima that you don't want to stop dancing. Expect some joviality and some poetry in the lyrics."

The Stranger 01-15-98
"Belizbeha combines the most danceable elements of soul, hip-hop, and jazz for a very impressive debut. Although they have been endlessly compared to BNH and other post-Motown bands, ...this band moves a few notches above its contemporaries. Make no mistake: this is the same "light" dance music that bands like Jamiroquai have based their careers on. Belizbeha just do it very well." 3 out of 4 stars.

Willamette 01-07-98
"Having a name that is hard to pronounce doesn't seem to have hurt Jamiroquai, a band that this seven-piece collective from VT closely resembles....maybe fans of this type of smooth and thick-as-molasses urban funk like tongue twisters."

Daily Planet (telluride) 01-31-98
"Picture Galactic with En Vogue and an Irish Tone Loc. What a better way to start off the new year than at the moon....The Vermont Based hip-hop funk band that consists of a killer jazz rhythm section, two beautiful female vocalists, and one giant rapper. They have a creative, new sound blending more elements than I can mention with the help of the diversity of the band."

The Source (Vail) 12-30-97
"Jazz, hip-hop, funk and should are blended into a highly energized liquid sound that will keep the crowd groovin'."

The State Weekend 10-10-97
"Belizbeha took a myriad of neo-hippie/jazz styles and wound them together into one seamless groove. The record demonstrates a cooperative jones for '70s soul, jazz, improv and hip-hop matched only by Belizbeha's live jam concert approach."



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