Glenn Davis, founder of Columbus, Ohio outfit Way Yes, is only being honest. On the opening track from his debut solo record, Waves & Webs, he warbles in his unmistakable baritone, “Say what you mean to say.” Such circular logic lies at the bottom of all discourse regarding forthrightness. If we only knew the nature of meaning, the essence of truth, perhaps saying what one means would be less complex. If only we could escape our own sense perception, perhaps we could see more rightly. On track three, a lightning strike hook set against downstroke guitars, Davis sings, “Be honest, but if only it’s something I want to hear,” a winking nod to the way truth collides with the subjective.