By: Anand Harsh
That's right. The interdimensional prophet is spreading the sound from his Brooklyn enclave. Collecting his favorite bootlegs from his recent setlists, Jasha Tull is bestowing tidings of joy in a neat little package for us to unwrap in the dreary months of desolate winer.
The Space Jesus B(. Y .)TLEGS collection catalogs everything from pop-hop to Disney soundtracks to a Dead classic. No stone left unturned, and no turn left unstoned for this interstellar cowboy with a penchant for the absurd.
Yung Jafar himself takes on a classic from the Aladdin soundtrack--all he's missing is Gilbert Gottfried perched upon his shoulder. A reworking of fall 2014 tourmates Break Science yields a circus sideshow psytrap funhouse of funky mirrors and high-flying freaks.
As a closeted Deadhead, imagine my surprise when I caught a whiff of the Speezy Jeezy remix of the Bob Weir classic "Looks Like Rain," penned by John Perry Barlow. Even the most staunch Grateful Dead purist will appreciate the modern twist Tull throws at fans. He'll still sing you love songs, don't you worry about that.
Snap up these Space Jesus booties before the RIAA throws a hissy fit. You'll be sorry if you miss out.
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