It's a small, rockin' world. I've ben trying to see the quite-fabulous-if-slightly-wavy singer-songwriter Jennifer Berezan perform live for a long, long time -- since before there was even a CF, in fact -- and have never been able to manage it. Friday night she played in Vancouver. Naturally, I missed her; it's what I do. But my friend Rodney was a bit luckier -- and taller, but that's another matter. Moved by the joy of a magical musical evening, Rondney did what any twenty-first century non-sociopath would do: he enthused about the experience on Facebook. For good measure, he posted a link to a video clip from the making of an hour-long folky-chant-jam piece Ms. Berezan produced, called "In Your Arms, A Song for All Beings". I missed that too. I'm a sociopathic non-Facebooker. But Thoroughly Modern yooMilee (think: Korean Julie Andrews) was all over it. And whose shiny pate and adorable mug should she spot singing his heart out amid the all-star choir? None other than our most venerated folkster, The Venerable Heng Sure. KarmaTube material fo' Sure. Check. It. Out.