Jherek and friends taking a bow on Flickr.
From Jherek Bischoff’s concert at the Moore Theatre in Seattle supporting the album “Composed”. Listen to it & purchase at http://jherekbischoffbrassland.bandcamp.com/album/composed
My coworker often hears the basslines of my music through the walls. Here’s his reaction to my recommendation he listen to “Kule Kule” for himself:
after I’ve died, been cremated, been metabolized into the environment, been disolved and dispersed through flawed homeopathic dilution, been consumed by a red giant star, been irradiated into the cosmos as solar wind, been scattered across the cosmos as cosmic rays from proton decay, been reconsistuted into dillute matter as the absorption of ionizing radiation, coallesced into another second generation planetary nebulae, and ridden through another cycle of endothermic fusion in the core of a hypernova, a stellar cartographer will find that song resonating in the neutron oscilations and misread it as an anomaly in the cosmic background radiation.