Pecan Trees Speak To Each Other
Lucky Brown's composition 'Pecan Trees Speak To Each Other' was inspired by the summer sounds of the rustling pecan groves of San Marcos, Texas, where he composed his 'Mesquite Suite' [TRLP-9074].
Seattle USA's S.G.'s, along with The Longhorns of 'Mesquite Suite' renown, proudly feature with this release, Seattle saxophonist and composer Kate Olson on soprano sax and solo. The shorter, edited version on Side B is showcases just Kate's solo, while Side A features Marc Hager (keys) and Colin Higgins (guitar) in addition. Recorded by Lucky to 4-track cassette at Bob Heinemann's Bomb Shelter studio just like the 'Mesquite Beat / Justice' [TR-1040] single, and then transferred, overdubbed and mixed by Lucky and Jason Gray at Blue Mallard Studio, this deluxe 10-inch 'found acetate' project, the final chapter of the Tramp Tapes imprint series, represents another beloved Brown & Gray production. As a very special bonus, this release includes the brutal rehearsal version for 'Bout To Blow', recorded on Ollie Klomp's world-famous Magik Carpet (the entire 'Mystery Road' [TR-9044] album was recorded there), and on the flip, you'll find a living, breathing rough-funk jam in its entirety, 'Scavenge Patch Blues', recorded at the Scavenge Patch as a band warm-up for the 'Mesquite Suite' session.