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Forever Einstein - Down With Gravity LeLange

January 15, 2014
edited over 5 years ago
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.

Review by yar
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People Of The North - Steep Formations LeLange

June 20, 2012
edited over 7 years ago
Oneida - Absolute II driven over the edge; no wonder!
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Circle Of Animals - Destroy The Light as reviewed by LeLange

January 18, 2012
edited over 7 years ago
Reminds me of old SWANS, played at 45 RPM - mostly -, mixed with good-humored CONTROLLED BLEEDING.
If there would be a shot of "Third From The Sun"-PRONG in it, it would be worth 5 points.
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Various - Komotion International LeLange

October 28, 2011
1988 is correct; bought it before 1990. WEW did earlier recordings than 1991, see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Entertainment_War#Televisionary_.281989.29
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The Riffburglars - Swag LeLange

May 4, 2011
edited over 7 years ago
The artists names are all aliases of members of The Shortlist.
The only known to me are: Sonny Spider ->Roger Chapman. Ramblin' Ray Rubble -> Boz Burrell
Ba Butler is possibly Poli Palmer
Uncle Willie Wonky is possibly Tim Hinkley or Zoot Money
Lips O'Gonnagen is possibly Mel Collins

About the others i have no idea ('til now).
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Captain Beefheart LeLange

January 29, 2010
edited over 9 years ago
That's true! Since I've bought "Trout Mask Replica" in 1969 it's my ever and only #1 album. Heard it many hundred times and it is new as if it was the first time. Greatest album ever!