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Album: Down with Gravity
# Song Title   Time
1)    Maybe Spending the Rest of Your Life in a Madhouse Will Teach You Some
2)    My Mule Wouldn't Walk in the Mud So I Had to Put 17 Bullets in Her
3)    You Want Fries With That?
4)    My Wife's Ex-Husband's Grandfather's Bowler Is Now Mine and I ...
5)    Minimalism Is Not Incompatible With Density
6)    With a Car Like That You Must Be Knee Deep in Whores
7)    Tell the Little Man With the Big Head the Bank Is Closed
8)    Fruit Pie Salesman With a Whoopee Cushion Living in Witchita Falls ..., A
9)    I'm Going to Cut the Soles off My Shoes Sit in a Tree and Learn to ...
10)    Better to Be Early Than Lift Your Leg
 
Album: Down with Gravity
# Song Title   Time
1)    Maybe Spending the Rest of Your Life in a Madhouse Will Teach You Some
2)    My Mule Wouldn't Walk in the Mud So I Had to Put 17 Bullets in Her
3)    You Want Fries With That?
4)    My Wife's Ex-Husband's Grandfather's Bowler Is Now Mine and I ...
5)    Minimalism Is Not Incompatible With Density
6)    With a Car Like That You Must Be Knee Deep in Whores
7)    Tell the Little Man With the Big Head the Bank Is Closed
8)    Fruit Pie Salesman With a Whoopee Cushion Living in Witchita Falls ..., A
9)    I'm Going to Cut the Soles off My Shoes Sit in a Tree and Learn to ...
10)    Better to Be Early Than Lift Your Leg
 
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  • Forever Einstein: C.W. Vrtacek (guitar); Jack Vees (bass); John Roulat (drums).
  • Producers: John Roulat, Jack Vees, Marty Carlson.
  • Includes liner notes by C.W. Vrtacek.
  • Audio Mixers: John Roulat; Jack Vees ; Marty Carlson.
  • Recording information: Sraking Spider Studio (10/1999-11/1999).
  • Arranger: Forever Einstein.
  • This is the fourth album from the Connecticut-based instrumental trio Forever Einstein. Guitarist Chuck Vrtacek wrote most of the material, which calls upon the formidable chops of all three players. This music also embraces a hefty amount of compositional smarts and humor. Bass guitarist Jack Vees and drummer John Roulat are not limited to solely rhythm section duties, as they pop in and out of every other layer in the music.
  • The recording is crisp and clear, with Roulat's cymbals ringing with a particularly warm presence. As has become the band's custom, the song's titles (clearly devised after the fact), are fanciful, cerebral, and lengthy--each one being, in fact, a sentence of its own. This music mixes overt experimentation with progressive, highly-composed structures and good rocking fun.
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