David Wakeling | Gravity

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by David Wakeling

Last of the singer-songwriters in a Katy Perry world
Genre: Rock: Adult Contemporary
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1. Gravity
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2. Days Are Dominos
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3. It's Only a Paper Moon
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4. Maybe One More Chance
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5. Driving This Love Home (feat. Emily Lundeen)
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6. One Hit Wonder
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7. My Tattoo
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8. Takeaway
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Album Notes
David Wakeling returns with his second solo album, a more introspective offering of lyric driven acoustic rock. Written, performed and produced by the artist, this album offers thoughtful songs dealing with loves lost and found, the inevitable passage of time, heartache and second chances. Written and recorded in Portland, OR this album is a welcome relief for those fans of singer-songwriters who are looking for something new yet comforting. Perfect for a rainy Sunday afternoon.


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Gravity launches acoustic genre forward
David Wakeling breaks out of the chains, stifling his creativity to go out on his own for the second time with Gravity. This acoustic rendition brings you right down to ground with the Title track and then launches you forward, especially the reprise of "Driving This Love Home" from his days in the doc rock rendition "AMA". I don't think the rumors of an up and coming one hit wonder in the acoustic genre are true because too many people will be hitting the down load now" icon or picking up the CD at music festivals around the country.
Keep it up Dave, we aren't waiting for an AMA reunion, give us ONE MORE CHANCE with a solo project in the future.