Wheeler Walker Ponder | In The Future

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In The Future

by Wheeler Walker Ponder

Soulful songs of self discovery meets funky electronic haze.
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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1. In the Future
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2. The End of Knowing
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3. Dark Cloud
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4. Two Dimensions
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5. Driftwood
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6. Supernatural
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7. World I Love
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8. Finding It
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9. Hope
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10. Move Your Axis
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11. Judge
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12. Blood Money
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13. Motherheart
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14. Till We Rise
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15. 11:11
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Artist: Ray Ottoboni
Music: Roots Rock, Americana, Indie Folk, Alt. Country
Home: Portland, Oregon

This music is not purposefully cryptic nor intentionally clouded with sarcastic or ironic half truths in the hope it may be considered edgy or influential. Ray has looked into the cold eyes of the darkest of his dark demons and tore from their flesh a raw narrative so tender even to ponder its own existence would pale its surface a color most unkept. A narrative that invites you to sit at a long wooden table strewn with the very ingredients it will use to season your dead rock critic body to be served up unceremoniously to neither rich nor poor, but slowly and with a simple inviting deliberateness, to all


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Jen

this guy rocks
ok so emotionally vulnerable...the new stuff is better, I think, but it seems to be a sort of evolution...tells a story...