Filed under: Lowlands | Tags: Burlesque of North America, Mike Davis, Pete Frame
Awhile back we posted a crude family tree of the Golden Triangle scene that we’ve documented in our upcoming Local Customs: Lone Star Lowlands compilation. With the discs just a week or so away from arriving in our warehouse, we thought it might be nice to show off the lineage of the insert.
We needed a visual way to keep all the details straight while we crafted the liners. After Tom insisted we check out Pete Frame’s Rock Family Trees for inspiration, Ken put pen to paper and sketched this rough draft:
We liked the idea so much that we thought it might be cool to include it in the package. Of course our first email was to the master himself, Pete Frame. But he never replied, so we went to our go to guy for all things drawn, Mike Davis at Burlesque. A few weeks later he came back to us with his rough draft:
After adding a few lines and correcting a handful of names, Mike returned with this:
Want a poster sized version of this for your wall? No problem, The CD and LP include a fold out version! Don’t forget that we’re offering a 20 track bonus CD only if you buy it direct from our site (subscribers, you’re covered).
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