Tim "Bishop" Brown & The Miracle Mass Choir
He's Done Enough
The song hits hard.Producer: Andrew Gouche, Tim Brown
album release date: September, 2001
When Zeneta "Nee-Nee" Brown belts out "if the Lord never do anything else for me, He’s done enough", you know you’ve heard singing from the depth of her being. Brown’s alto rendering combined with strong mass choir vocals propels the song into the upper stratosphere of song recollection, as you can’t help but returning to the cut again and again.
The song punctuates the latest recording from Tim "Bishop" Brown & The Miracle Mass Choir, a project from Holy Roller Entertainment that takes its title from the composition.
Recorded live at Bishop Noel Jones’ Greater Bethany Community Church in Los Angeles, Brown and crew pick up where they left off on their last project plenty rousing church cuts embellished with stellar solo vocals.
Brown himself steps out on several songs, including “I’m Going Through” and “Your Trials”. On “God Is In The Building”, you really don’t need to glance at the subtitle
to know that this is a follow up to their much-requested hit from their previous project, “Stupid Church”.
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That’s ‘stupid’ as in, ‘freely expressed, no-holds-barred, pull out all the stops praise” to God!
Andrew Gouche’s musical direction (and work on bass) along with Donald Hayes on sax and some fresh keyboard/organ work from Marlon Williams and Clifford Ford drive the church sound throughout the album.
Look to He’s Done Enough to supplement your collection of West Coast choir church material. And don’t be surprised if you find yourself playing that title cut over and over and over...
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reviewed by Stan North —
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