Jhon Bellizia

 
 

Music

Live at the Drive-In

by Abandon Theory

Released 2015
Not Quite Right Records
Released 2015
Not Quite Right Records
This album was recorded live at the Drive-In, Sacramento, California. The band performed until sunset and then the movies began. This is a great representation of what the band sounds like live, it captures the energy this group brings to a show.

acoustic (Unobtainable)

by Abandon Theory

Released 2013
not quite right records
Released 2013
not quite right records
This is all acoustic music featuring guitar, banjo, and vocals with a little percussion and a dash of horns. Written and performed in an original way that is uniquely Abandon Theory.

As Perfection

by Abandon Theory

Released 2008
Din Records
Released 2008
Din Records

A Comforting Psychosis

by Estrum

Released 2008
Nebulost Productions
Released 2008
Nebulost Productions
Prog/Metal with impressive instrumentation and songwriting featuring dynamic vocals. I played bass for this Austin based band.

Sir Jhon

by Sir Jhon

Released 2006
Not Quite Right Records
Released 2006
Not Quite Right Records
This is the debut album for "the punk grass bad ass" Jhon Bellizia
NOTES

The Sir Jhon album uses the banjo and/or acoustic guitar as the foundation for each song. From there the production varies drastically. Some tracks call on fuzzed out synthesizers and saxophones while others use a violin or mandolin to complete the mood of the tune. Idiosyncratic lyrics are sometimes quirky and humorous, sometimes insightful or thought provoking. The clarinet, drum set, tongue drum, djembe, cabasa, snake charmer flute, saxophone, synthesizers, electric guitar, flute, violin, …
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Sir Jhon

Story

This is a (very typical) voice mail from Randy Aldred, friend and drummer from the first 2 Abandon Theory albums. He knighted me, Sir Jhon, so I decided to let the world know the correct pronunciation of the name directly from the source.