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by Patrick Ames

A singer/songwriter at the height of his powers, Patrick Ames weaves minimalistic folk rock with highly charged lyrics – the combination is powerful, intelligent, and authentic.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Do You Think That You Love Me
4:26 album only
2. One of Your Traps
4:05 album only
3. America Needs
4:37 album only
4. Mutually
5:19 album only
5. You’ll Have to Wait a Little Longer
6:27 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Previous Reviews of Patrick Ames (Oakville Ontology CD Release in 2014)

>"While Patrick Ames comes across well on his more personalized tracks, the moments of Oakville Ontology that truly stand out are those where he weaves history into modern lessons. This is a rare gift for any musician, but to be so impactful with it at this early stage in his musical journey, Ames deserves to be recognized as one of a sadly dying breed of Americana musicians who aptly serve as musical record-keepers of the gap between the age of analog and digital, the space between a guitar and a dream and crass musical commercialism." -- Kevin Sellers,

> "The Dylanesque Palo Alto singer-songwriter returns with a thoroughly absorbing new album. Sparse accompaniment and an earnest voice is all Ames needs to hold the listener's attention. This is a powerful, stark album." -- Paul Freeman, San Jose Mercury News

> "Singer/songwriter Patrick Ames doesn’t mince words – he’ll tell you that instrumentally, he’s a “clear-cut rhythm guitarist”. But that’s not where Ames is making his mark." -- Richie Frieman,

> “In the great tradition of angry, socially conscious, singer/songwriters Phil Ochs, Woody Guthrie, and Rage Against the Machine, Patrick Ames has armed himself with a guitar and pen and stepped up to the mic…” -- Cathal Cart, Indie Music

> "Fulfilling, intricate, and will require a number of additional spins before listeners know the full magnitude of what Ames has included here." -- James McQuiston, NeuFutur Magazine

> "These are songs that have been worked on many times until they were made absolutely perfect." -- Beach Sloth, SKOPE Magazine

> "The new nine-song release is an independent folk gem with a dash of rock flair for good measure." -- J. Pasinski, JP's Music Blog -

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