Cliff Horn

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Join Date : 04/11/2011
Membership Tier : weekend warrior
Hometown : Coxsackie, NY
Country : United States of America

Genres : Praise/Wrshp / Contemporary

Sounds Like : Cliff Horn - up tempo contemporary praise and powerful worship blended together to bring you a CD you'll really enjoy.

Influences : Jesus, Matt Redman, Chris Tomlin, Michael W. Smith, MercyMe

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Tim says:

This album is great for both Contemporary Christian music listeners and worship leaders alike. First and foremost, the lyrics are God-centered. Each song offers a different revelation of who God is and why He deserves our worship and praise. Cliff is a skilled keyboard player and has also brought in other great talent for this album, most notably on lead electric guitar. The album also successfully delves into different musical styles--a sign of excellence in any genre of music. Songs like "Outpouring" and "I Will Sing" are examples of upbeat songs of praise perfect for Sunday mornings or when simply traveling down the road in your car. "El Shadai Elohim" is an example of a softer acoustic ballad while "I Remember Lord" even has a bit of a country feel to it. "With the Love of A Child" is an outstanding song that worship leaders may find perfect for altar calls and/or for leading the congregation into times of open worship. To sum it up, this album features easy listening that just about everyone can enjoy, excellent work on the keyboards and outstanding electric guitar leads, and a wide variety of songs that can easily be incorporated into your worship team's library, whether your church's worship is more traditional with acoustic guitars and piano or more contemporary with electric guitars and keyboards.

Ryan says:

Love this CD!! "With the Love of a Child" is an amazing song, definitely my favorite.