Ehren Ebbage | Ten Cent Souvenir

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Ten Cent Souvenir

by Ehren Ebbage

The debut release by this Oregon-based singer/songwriter features twelve songs that span a spectrum of human emotion. Thoughtful lyrics, inspired performances and stellar production by Zac Rae make this collection of Americana-esque tunes shine.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Ten Cent Souvenir
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2. The Way She Does It
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3. Snakes
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4. Bottlerocket
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3:39 $0.99
5. Bury That Feeling
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6. Not Right Now
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7. Let's Go
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8. I'm Not Sorry
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9. Land On You
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10. Brother
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11. Not The Same
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12. Earthquakes
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Album Notes
"There’s no doubt that Ebbage is a phenomenally talented songwriter..." Leslie Waara, Northwest Noise

"Every once in a while someone can honestly surprise you with a record…and Ehren has certainly surprised many with Ten Cent Souvenir. Wonderfully arranged..." Ryan Wines, NadaMucho

Ehren Ebbage’s debut album, Ten Cent Souvenir, was released in summer of 2008 and features twelve tracks. The songs span a spectrum of human emotion, from the pain and helplessness of war in “Brother” to the declaration of independence in “I’m Not Sorry,” to the bliss of finding someone perfect in “Earthquakes.” Ebbage also shows his range musically, tending toward alt-country on tracks like “The Way She Does It” and rock ‘n’ roll on the album’s title track and others.


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Aleta Alongi

Ehren Ebbage
The CD is amazing! Highly recommended for all listeners.


Great CD!