Opening the iTunes Store.If iTunes doesn't open, click the iTunes application icon in your Dock or on your Windows desktop.Progress Indicator
Opening the iBooks Store.If iBooks doesn't open, click the iBooks app in your Dock.Progress Indicator

iTunes is the world's easiest way to organize and add to your digital media collection.

We are unable to find iTunes on your computer. To preview and buy music from Benyaro by Benyaro, download iTunes now.

Already have iTunes? Click I Have iTunes to open it now.

I Have iTunes Free Download
iTunes for Mac + PC



Open iTunes to preview, buy, and download music.

Customer Reviews

Excellent find

I stumbled on this album quite by accident after catching the back end of a Benyaro set at New York's Rockwood music hall. The acoustic folk sound is pleasantly familiar but a bit more upbeat and soulful with throaty vocals and a deep bass pluck from this up and coming two piece. Love the album, a must see live.

These guys need a record deal!

Saw Benyaro live the other night - amazing show. This CD is one of my new faves! Great vocals, lots of creativity in the songwriting and the music is played with skill. This is a must buy - and tell your friends:)

Benyaro Debut Album Review

"The Brooklyn-based group...starts off strong with a Jack Johnsonish "Bullet-Like Belief," and stays steady throughout, offering up a sophisticated blend of soul, folk and finely executed song craftsmanship, all the way through the mournful seven-minute anthem "Tear Down". There is a lot of energy in the music, it could easily go electric. Musser's playing is finely textured, the songs are well composed, and his voice is a confident vehicle for generally uplifting, pensive lyrics." - Joel Weickgenant - music writer, Savannah Morning News (2/08) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- "Along with a songwriting boost from non-member Scott Claassen, the band's other not-so-secret weapon is the voice of multi-instrumentalist Ben Musser.....Musser sounds akin to a young Cat Stevens." - Rick de Yampert - entertainment writer, The Daytona Beach News-Journal (2/08) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- "From a truly underground (NYC subway) background, the uniqueness of benyaro, a folk-pop quartet led by Ben Musser and sister, Meg Chamberlin, is the creation of songs with themes of idealism, mountains and stars, and a latent spirituality while keeping to a simple folk-pop format. Older listeners will recall memories of late 60's-early '70's country pop that one might see on TV. "Humble Child" is a fine introduction, with a sound comparable somewhere between a righteous Gram & Emmylou, and Three Dog Night." - Dan Herman - DJ/podcaster, Radio Crystal Blue (11/07) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- "Soft folky pop that grows on you...attractive, acoustic based songs that hark back to seventies soft country rock times...the sound is varied and their harmonies are reminiscent of the likes of Poco." - Paul Kerr - music writer, Americana UK (1/08) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The upcoming studio album from this Brooklyn-based acoustic folk/rock/Americana act invites comparisons to the glory days of CSN&Y (mainly due to their heavenly vocal harmonies and laid-back arrangements augmented by guest players), but their live show (as an acoustic guitar and upright bass duo) comes off as more standard-issue contemplative nouveau-folk--albeit a strong example of the genre. - Jim Reed - Music Writer, Connect Savannah (7/07)

Benyaro, Benyaro
View In iTunes

Customer Ratings