Clifford Benjamin | Brain Chisel

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Brain Chisel

by Clifford Benjamin

The emotional melting pot of jazz, blues, and rock, with a slightly twanged seasoning of rap.
Genre: Jazz: Weird Jazz
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1. Warriors
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2. Gajinga
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3. Nine Five Five
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4. No More Fear
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5. Flow
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6. What Was That?
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7. Warriors Fight
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8. Mississippi, What a Great Place to Be!
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Clifford Benjamin (Carl) is a multi-instrumentalist with a unique ability to express emotion in musical progressions. He comes from a family of talented musicians and artists which helped to expand his creative imagination.

His musical background has included writing and performing gospel music at inspirational events. He has written a theme song for the state of Mississippi and has composed music for a theme song for Canton, MS. He has also composed for the Christian television talk show "The Hannah Hopkins Show", and has provided percussion and accompaniment for various workshops, choirs and inspirational events, including one workshop lead by David Curry, Jr. He has served as percussionist for Tabernacle of Prayer COGIC of Hattiesburg, MS, playing along side recording artists James B. Dean, and Lee Ducksworth.

"Brain Chisel" represents the culmination of years of self-reflection during various difficult seasons of life. It expresses the emotional struggle of surviving depression, disappointment, social pressures and triumphing over the trials of life.

This album captures the essence of the urban struggle to rise above the fray with a musically poetic brilliance that moves the soul.

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