Patrice Pike | Live At The Brushwood Lounge, Volume 2.5

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Live At The Brushwood Lounge, Volume 2.5

by Patrice Pike

Five energetic and soulful performances recorded live at the Brushwood Lounge on July 26, 2011.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Can I Count On You
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2. God's Children
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3. What's The Trouble
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4. Me And Smooth
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5. Woman Waiting To Happen
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Austin singer/songwriter Patrice Pike has found a true home away from home in Murphys, a tiny gold rush town in the Sierra foothills of Northern California. Her repeat visits over the past eight years have yielded a deep connection with place, a host of friends and fans, and an ongoing stream of fruitful creative collaborations. The intimate Black Bart Theater has provided the perfect setting to perform and to record. "Live at the Brushwood Lounge, Volume 2.5," a five-song EP recorded the evening of July 26, 2011, offers further evidence of Patrice's movement in the direction of soul and R&B. Aided by sax man Rick Moore and percussionist Jens Jarvie, both natives of the foothills, as well as her longtime bassist Glenn Mcgregor, she serves up a soulful and often euphoric five song epilogue to "Live and Then Some: Brushwood Lounge Volume 2," released earlier this year.


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Austin Murphy

Cookin'.
Wow. Five great tunes, but Can I Count On You and Woman Waiting to Happen are off the hook. Love it. Great energy. That's some of the best live music I've heard.