Lucky Brown & The S.G.'s - Pecan Trees Speak to Each Other
** LIMITED TO 350 HAND-NUMBERED COPIES **
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]. Inspiration for the title was found in the writings of Robin Wall Kimmerer in her book, Braiding Sweetgrass, and in southwest poet Wendy Burk's book, Tree Talks. Those who care to look and listen deeply, know that the trees are sentient beings and are in a constant and spirited conversation with their kind and the other beings of the forest. Messages delivered in tantalizing silence, like love notes passed in a classroom, are received with heady anticipation through the power of pollen. And underground, in the dark, a living network of messages are conveyed molecularly from one tree to another other through a vast system of mycelia and bacteria. "I'm hurt," "I am hungry," "I am dying," I am alive!," "I need help," "I am afraid," "Thank you..." These messages tell the other members when to be fruitful, when to conserve their energy, and when to defend themselves from attack. Of course, there are likely many other ways the trees talk that we cannot or will not ever hear.
With this, our humble offering, we send our aspiration to exist in harmony with all the inhabitants of this planet, we are singing, we are playing, we are harmonizing, we are becoming attuned to each other and to the healing vibrations of the universe. PECAN TREES SPEAK TO EACH OTHER...are you listening?
EXPECTED MID JUNE!