A few pieces of useful information, to help maximize one's listening experience:
Try listening in headphones by yourself in the dark (DISCLAIMER: listening alone in headphones in the dark may cause feelings of loneliness and fear, as well as frustration followed by euphoria. These feelings are natural and were all experienced, at one time or another, by the artist himself. These feelings are more difficult to relay to friends with words and may require you to write your own songs, in order to properly express/ respond to these feelings). Listening in headphones is also, legally, the most accurate way to hear these songs. Often times, while listening through any kind of standard speaker system, parts that are normally audible become basically invisible. It is highly recommended that you listen in headphones for your first time through, so that you at least have an idea of all the "textures" of the album, and can then mourn the loss of your favorite little parts when you can't hear them in the other modes of listening.
Try listening on a very expensive sound system. The more expensive the better. Download this album for free and then use your money to invest in a high priced entertainment system. Make sure each component in your sound system is as expensive as it could possibly be, cables and grill cloths included. If you are listening to sound waves through inexpensive grill cloths, then you might as well just be flushing a toilet next to your head for 45 minutes or however long this thing is. If you cannot afford an expensive sound system then try testing out some systems at Best Buy or Target or Circuit City(?). Then you can listen to your copy of Isosceles Kramer "To Grow Older" through several different expensive sound systems and purchase the one that sounds best. Feel free to ask other customers opinions on which system is best.
This album has taken many different forms, and a piece of each incarnation has made it onto this final version. Imagine the entire album as some kind of giant whale that has been drifting through the ocean, and all these little urchins and other gross sticky saltwater creatures have just been getting stuck to the belly of this whale. Some of those creatures have been swimming around inside the whale's own personal brain, trying to take over the whale and change its course/ personality/ disposition (the whale's) but not succeeding, though still having an effect on the whale's general outlook and vibe, resulting in a whale that is pretty cool looking overall, but looks very attractive to the "Artist" that first gave birth to the whale at the start. Imagine this whale and what it might look like while you listen.
Featured Tenor Saxophonist Rob Nordli plays in his own quartet, which can be found and enjoyed on youtube.com
He is very talented and was wonderful to work with.
WAIGDAH is an acronym that stands for What Am I Gonna' Do After Highschool. It is also slang term used by hip youngsters (not to be mistaken by hipsters) in reference to being directionless and lost, like' "Yo homie you got that loud pack? I'm feelin WAIGDAH"
Isosceles Kramer is free of facebook and other social mediums, so the Listener must take it upon themselves to spread the "good word" about this sure to be legendary and historical release.
Isosceles Kramer would like to thank Emily Litten for giving the "Artist" the will-power and inspiration to finish this album that was almost shelved forever. Thank you, Love.