Loren Depping | Go By Train

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Go By Train

by Loren Depping

Instantly hummable melodies; stories so familiar they must be lies. Loren crafts songs that combine living room intimacy with AM-radio pop accessibility.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder
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2. Be Good to Yourself
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3. Go By Train
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4. Beautiful You Came
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5. Our Best Days
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6. Curbside Appeal
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7. Dental Hygienist
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8. My Head in the Sand
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9. Eggs in One Basket
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10. Let It End
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11. You Never Really Know
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12. Pack My Things and Go
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13. Try Being Satisfied
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In the style of pop tunesmiths of the 60’s and early 70’s, songwriter Loren Depping’s material plays like three-to-four-minute melodic stories. The songs, with catchy hooks, hummable melodies, and lyrics worth sitting down to read, are accessible to varied listeners.

Presented as acoustic pop, country, rock and folk—with electric guitar and additional instruments interjected—their content runs the gamut: from trysts to trains; tattoos to tarmacs; love lost, love found, loving that cute dental hygienist. He has been proud to soak up as much Jimmy Webb, Marshall Crenshaw and George Harrison as two ears can hold.

Beginning in the 1990’s, Loren played in a variety of acoustic duos, trios, and bands up and down Oregon’s Willamette Valley and coast. In the early 2000’s, he relocated to Albuquerque, New Mexico, where he presented new material as an acoustic solo act. Upon returning to Oregon, he served a four-year tenure as songwriter and guitarist for the power-pop band, “Partly Dave.” (See Partly Dave’s “Own Up” for more information on the band.)

“Go By Train” is Loren’s fourth solo album. Back pressings of earlier albums are due in early 2008.


“The combination of his warm voice, simple and tasteful guitar technique, songwriting, and lyrical content is a welcome addition.”
--Crosswinds Weekly, Albuquerque, New Mexico


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LindaG

Go By Train
What a great CD! I can't listen to it enough. The lyrics are clever and evocative and fun and tender, all rolled in one. Depping's voice is warm and endearing. I was given the CD as a gift and I immediately bought another one to pass along. Every track is worth listening to; a big Thumbs Up!