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by James Ebdon

James Ebdon’s Debut Album is a “musical-photo journal”, where each song expresses a moment in a Christians life, using a variety of styles from jazz to pop and rock to rap to capture the different seasons of faith.
Genre: Spiritual: Contemporary Christian
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Hosanna
4:41 $1.99
2. Incredible (Wonderful Saviour)
3:40 $1.99
3. You Came
4:02 $1.99
4. Sixteen
5:26 $1.99
5. Save Me
5:18 $1.99
6. Recreate
5:19 $1.99
7. Your Spirit Comes
5:52 $1.99
8. Hand (My Time Is Divided)
5:30 $1.99
9. Lament
4:03 $1.99
10. Rock
5:41 $1.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Incredible is an album not wholly of “Worship and Praise” music, but also songs which relate to real situations that people face on a day to day basis. James focuses on not only the good parts of Christian life, but recognises the ongoing personal struggle of a Christian highlighting God’s plan for us and the fact that He is the one in control.

Many of the songs are derived from James’ life experiences, but he also explores what it would have been like for other Christians in their time and place: The Disciples at the time of Jesus death; people new to faith; those who are lost and alone, but reaching out for a saviour; and with each one acknowledging that we are saved by one incredible sacrifice.

Find out more at www.jamesebdon.com
Written By James Ebdon
Produced by Ian Pav
Mastered by Michael Lynch
Recorded between October 2011 and May 2012



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