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Heather Bishop: Music

Trains and Revolutions

Moonlight Train

Cool As You

Studio Sessions (solo)

Ocean (Bonus Track)

(Heather Bishop, from "Graceful Riot at the 710")

Fine Line Between (Bonus Track with Viola)

(Heather Bishop, from "Graceful Riot at the 710")

Studio Sessions (Other Artists)

Why Do We Die (Studio Session, short clip)

(Julian Powers featuring Heather Bishop)

Good Times (Studio Session)

(Julian Powers with Heather Bishop, background vocals)

Slow Ride (Orgy of Rock and Roll)

(Pocketfishrmen with Heather Bishop)

Glowing Black (Here)

(Pale with Heather Bishop, background vocals)
2004

The Truth (Southern Hospitality)

(Triggerfish with Heather Bishop, background vocals)

Cry Wolf (Mile Marker 4)

(EchoSet with Heather Bishop, background vocals)

Grasp (Mile Marker 4)

(Echoset with Heather Bishop, background vocals)
2003

Ligeia (Mystery Box)

(Das Mobius featuring Heather Bishop on atmospheric vocals)

In This World (Hot World)

(Mark MacMinn with Heather Bishop, background vocals and viola)

Rainmaker (from original Killing Ophelia demo)

(Killing Ophelia, written and sung by Misha Ben David, with Heather Bishop on viola)

Graceful Riot at the 710

Sundays With Waldo (Live at Room 710, Austin TX, January 2001)

(Heather Bishop, from "Graceful Riot at the 710")

Stone Mountain Lover (Live at Room 710, Austin TX, January 2001)

(Heather Bishop, from "Graceful Riot at the 710")

Next (Live at Room 710, January 2001, Austin, TX)

(Heather Bishop,From Graceful Riot at The 710)

Other

Gin of Eve (Live at Steamboat, 1999)

(Heather Bishop featuring Yoggie on bass)