Belleville – Turn The Medicine Down (2016)

Posted by on November 13, 2016as

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Nearly 20 years after they first formed in Oakland, CA, Belleville’s well-honed musical craftsmanship has finally yielded their fourth and most fully-realized official album; “Turn The Medicine Down.”

Fronted by guitarist Mark Caputo, whose vocal stylings have never sounded better, Belleville is bolstered by the seasoned talents of such music veterans as Tommy Dunbar (Electric Guitar on Tracks 1, 2, 6 & 7) and Al Chan (Backing Vocals) of the legendary Rubinoos, Jim Bogios (Drums) of Counting Crows and Sheryl Crow (but apparently NOT The Black Crowes), and Suzie Davis (Piano on Tracks 1, 2, 6 & 7) – who not only was in Mick Jagger’s solo touring band, but who played Keys on Prince’s “I Would Die 4U” (from Purple Rain) and played acoustic guitar during Sinead O’Connor’s notorious pope-shredding Saturday Night Live appearance. David Zirbel is back on Pedal Steel Guitar, while Marc Burnstein (Guitar) and David McCullough (Bass) return to their respective spots from the last few years. At the helm for this session as Producer is Grammy-award winning John Cuniberti, whose impressive list of credits includes Joe Satriani, The Neville Brothers, Dead Kennedys, and Kevin Gilbert, among others.

One Comment

  • George Kaplan says:

    Hello It’s Only Rock n Roll—- any chance of you upping the new Belleville record – Beyond The Pale Blue?? The couple songs I’ve heard are fantastic !
    Anyway, thank you again for all the great music!!

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