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Alex Belhaj

by Alex Belhaj

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Fire Light 03:58
Toejam 01:02
Tomorrow 06:37
Randal Song 02:26


This is an album I worked on between 2006-2007 in my hometown of Ann Arbor, MI. You'll find here a combination of improvised piano pieces, a song about moving through life, a number of composed instrumental pieces where I experimented with recording myself on various instruments, and two full band pieces. It's a little all over the place, but then again so was I back then!

With respect, love and gratitude for a higher power, the ancestors, my loving and supportive family, friends, lovers, the Ann Arbor community, the West Wing on Jackson Rd, ArborVitae Loft, WCBN FM, University of Michigan music school practice rooms, and all the musicians and others who made this possible, I offer this album. May it bring you beauty and joy!


released April 19, 2007

All songs written, performed and produced by Alex Belhaj

The band on "Tomorrow" and "Randal Song" is:

Alex Belhaj - guitar and piano
Paul Kuzmanovski - electric bass
Kelly Cotter - drums
Christopher Trombley - trumpet
Shaun Williams - clarinet
Atlas Fallen - alto saxophone
Michael Lipson - tenor saxophone
John Bowman - baritone saxophone

Alex Sergay - sound engineer for "Tomorrow" and "Randal Song"

Ian Bost - sound engineer for "Fire Light"

Graham Hannah - wrote and performed guitar part on "Silent Doorknobs"

Cover photo and design by John Paul Narowski


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Alex Belhaj Ann Arbor, Michigan

Alex Belhaj is a guitarist based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where he leads his own Crescent City Quartet and Quintet in addition to playing folk music and original music. 

He also worked with the James Dapogny Quartet, Paul Klinger's Easy Street Jazz Band, the Cakewalkin' Jass Band and guitarist Joe Summers before moving to New Orleans in 2015.

From 2015-2020, Alex lived in the Crescent City.
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