Benjamin Booker Has A Lot To Say On 'Witness'
Benjamin Booker does a stellar job and creating music that potentially can start a social conversation for the better. Witness is an album that takes risks and experiments, all while saying a whole heck of a lot at once.
While reading Don DeLillo's White Noise on his way to Mexico, Booker recalled in an interview with Billboard, "There was a sentence I was reading while flying over the coast that just said: ‘What we are reluctant to touch often seems the very fabric of our salvation.' Which is basically about how everybody has problems, but if you want to get to a happier place and find some peace, you need to go into those dark corners and address those things if you want to come out on the other side.”
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