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One Thing After Another

Forever Einstein

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Album Review

There's something about the music on this CD which conjures up visions of the American heartland and simpler times — the days and tunes of Duane Eddy ("the twang's the thang"), Santo and Johnny's "Sleepwalk," Les Paul, Chet Atkins, a touch of the Ventures and surf-rocker Dick Dale, and when guitarist C.W. Vrtacek cranks up the reverb on his vintage Fender Telecaster, perhaps a hint of Link Wray. The early Grateful Dead even emerges as a touchstone from time to time, as other trio members John Roulat (drums) and Jack Vees (bass/second guitar) slip into a funky blues shuffle beat, and Vrtacek stretches out and rides the groove like a young Jerry Garcia. Of course, the late '50s and early '60s are long gone, and I suspect that the last thing Forever Einstein wants to be known as is an oldies nostalgia band, so this collection of eleven tunes is suitably warped with lots of tongue-in-check musical subtexts and modernisms — abrupt shifts in key and tempo, incongruous bridges and other musical gestures in all sorts of directions, plus a mildly self-conscious, cerebral quality which is played off against the downhome licks and surface simplicity. A fine line is being walked here, and a few purists may regard Forever Einstein's schtick as irreverent pastiche, but hey — you can't really go home again, and for sophisticated listeners with any fondness for clean, clear guitar pop 1990s style, this CD will be a treat of the first order.

Biography

Formed: 1989

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Forever Einstein is a three-piece, instrumental band whose music is based on composition and instrumental interplay. The group's songs tend to be short, catchy, and dynamic, with a playful attitude and an abundance of musical ideas. Formed in 1989, Forever Einstein consists of John Roulat on drums and percussion, Mark Sichel on bass, and C.W. Vrtacek on amplified acoustic guitar and keyboards. Based in Connecticut, the band performed in New York City and throughout New England. Forever Einstein was...
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