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Ponder Yonder

by Indecision

A unique blend of jazz, blues, country and extended rock jams. This CD is Indecision's second project and was recorded by Jim Ebert at Cue Recording Studios - a must have for any audio file.
Genre: Rock: Extended Jams
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1. She Ain't No Betty INDECISION
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2. I'm Not Gonna INDECISION
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3. Song of the Itinerant Bible Salesman INDECISION
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5. Ponder Yonder INDECISION
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6. Pharaoh's Dream INDECISION
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7. Take it All In INDECISION
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8. Powdered INDECISION
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9. Monday Mountain Momma INDECISION
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13. Ocracoke INDECISION
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Due to increased demand, this CD is temporarily SOLD-OUT.

You can download Ponder Yonder in a variety of digital formats (MP3, OGG, MP4, AAC, WMA or FLAC) from the following web site:

Ponder Yonder was Indecision's first CD release (1991), and it is still our overall best selling album with 3 pressings and over 10,000 copies sold throughout the United States and abroad, and counting... Several guest muscicians made apperances on this album, including Kent Raine on percussion and Dave Matthews collaborator, Shannon Worrell of Charlottesville, VA on vocals. Ponder Yonder is a timeless reflection of Indecision's unique sound.

Some of the rehersal sessions for Ponder Yonder were recorded by Danny McCrystal at Trax in Charlottesville, VA. These recordings may be released for sale in the future.

Ponder Yonder was produced and engineered by: Jim Ebert
Recorded and mixed: Cue Recording Studios - Falls Church, VA
Assistant engineer: Jeff Littlewood
Masterd and Manufactured: Nimbus - Ruckersville, VA
Artwork: Evolve Productions
Publisher: Fancy Clothes Publishing - Atlanta, GA

INDECISION has released four studio recordings, "Indecision" (1986), "Ponder Yonder" (1991) "Reservoir" (1993), "The Great Road" (2004) and one live recording from the Chameleon Club in Atlanta, GA on May 18, 1996. You can buy all of them except for the first album here.

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©1990-2005, Indecision. All rights reserved. Unauthorized duplication of music including this CD, "Ponder Yonder" is prohibited and violates federal law. For more information, please see the following web page:


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when can I buy one?
this is a great album, but when can I buy one, mine is to scratched to listen to anymore.


So fine.. it sometimes blows my mind
I found a copy of this excellent out of print disc from this band I recently discovered through CD Baby. This CD is a sort of smorgasbord of musical influences I loved from the 70’s as a kid that I still enjoy today. The musicianship and production are otherworldly, with interesting lyrics to match. The album flows like those classic 70’s albums that you just want to listen to from beginning to end without interruption.

T.S.Elliott's Groundhog Tavern, I'm Elliott

Live and sublime at the Cradle
This CD, Ponder Yonder, is the most accurate representation of a live band, in the studio, that can be had without standing in the third row and jamming with Indecision live. This to me, by far, is the truest representation of Indecision that can still be had. You can't go see 'um any more, their kids have soccer games now, but if you were lucky enough to see them jam in the Cats Cradle,in Chapel Hill, with Widespread Panic, than you know I'm right on the money. Musically, there never could have been a Dave Matthews Band without Ponder Yonder, and the melodic flow of all of the songs on this "record". If for no other reason alone, you should buy this to hear " Itenerrant Bible Salesman". When you are not blown away by the arrangements, you will be astounded by the intelligence of the lyrics. And if you are at all like me, and you crave the days when ecstacy was a quiet thing, and "Tobacco Road" was about music and basketball, then Ponder Yonder is your CD. Be happy you found it. Someone stole my only copy after Indecision broke up. I just bought 2 new copies. Love Elliott, T.S. Elliott's Groundhog Tavern. Chapel, Hill.

William Birdsong

have always loved this disc-defenitely one of your best!
Beautiful lyrics,awesome arangements,and spiritual guitar work are just a few of the reasons that I love this disc. I would be in heaven if you would re-release your first album onto CD format.

Brad E

You can still get Ponder Yonder on CD at
Awesome Old School Indecision. I was able to recently (7-25-06) get a copy of this CD from You have to actually build the CD on-line (88 cents per song), then they burn it and mail it to you . You get to make the CD cover as well. I love this album.


This is an awesome CD. It's been over 10 years since I last heard it and it's just as great as I had remembered it. I can think of no other CD that I'd like to listen to on Saturday night!Thanks!