There's a Jimmy Page-inspired riff in this - featuring an anticipated downbeat which creates an elongated wait for beat two in each bar.
It's the track in which Band of Weeds resembles most the Ordinaires, who were finishing up right around then. Garo Yellin, a member of both bands, takes a great solo on electric cello.
The title came from a poem I wrote during a somewhat unhappy acid trip. It dawned on my during this trip that I was stuck in an unhappy relationship and was nonetheless encouraging the affection of my partner, watering his dreams, so to speak, which grew into misshapen flowers.
from I Water Your Dreams: The Complete Studio Tracks (1991-93)
released April 15, 2011
Kurt Hoffman - bass clarinet, tenor sax
Fritz Van Orden - alto sax
Richard Keene - tenor sax
Frank London - trumpet
Garo Yellin - cello
Anne DeMarinis - accordion
Andy Zimmerman - ukulele
Ian Crawford - upright bass
Richard Dworkin - drums
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