THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, September 23, 1972
L A RXD T S
Yes, yes... smashing!
By HERB BOWIE hit single, "Take It Easy." and twelve-string necks. Arrayed
Humble Giant was the first Working with drums, bass and around Rick Wakeman were a pi-
group to precede The Yes before two guitars, the band played an ano, an electric piano, an or-
a packed house Thursday night
at Cobo Hall. Hailing from Eng-
land, the groups plays in a sort
of eclectic heavy style similar to
Jethro Tull's, though not as
good. Using a number of instru-
ments, including cello, vibes,
saxes, and trumpets, as well as
the rock standbys, the band
played a set that was pleasant,
if a little meagre musically. The
band relied too heavily on drama
at the expense of music, jumping
around the stage, everyone beat-
ing on everything with drum-
sticks at one point, aborting riffs
suddenly, constructing solos con-
sisting of the same riff played
faster and faster, etc.
The Eagles followed. The
group came into prominence over
the summer with an album and a
enjoyable, if modest set. Their
tight, gentle harmonies, their
easy rhythmic arrangements,
their quietly rocking solos, all
blended to form a well-crafted,
The Yes played a dazzling set,
managing to include much im-
provisation without losing any of
the power of the original re-
The group came fully equipped
to duplicate on stage the sounds
of their studio work. Steve
Howe played at various times
standard acoustic and electric
guitars, a modified pedal steel
guitar (rest assured that it
sounded like nothing from a
C&W group), a lute, and an elec-
tric guitar with both six-string
gan, and a mini-synthesizer.
The Yes weren't content to
merely reproduce their recorded
music in concert, though. Rick
Wakeman once said of the
group's music that "every bar is
thought out when the song is for-
mulated" but that "once the
whole thing is together you can
play it as you feel it." The truth
of this statement was evident as
soon as the band started play-
ing, Steve Howe playing amaz-
ingly fast yet precise improvised
lines, Rick Wakeman adding new
textures to the songs with his
four keyboards, Chris Squires
providing driving, fluid bass
lines, all overlaid with Jon An-
derson's pristine, delicate voice
and supported by Bill Bruford's
clean, driving drums.
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CODY and WONDER tickets go on sale this Monday, 9/25, at
the Michigan Union, 11-6 p.m. Also by mail to: UAC, Michigan
Union. SORRY, NO PERSONAL CHECKS.
NO MAIL ORDERS FOR "THE DEAD". Those tickets will go on
sale ONLY at Union the. week of October 3rd. Watch THE DAILY
around Sept. 29, 30th for exact date.
Publsh a Newspaper
* We meet new people
0 We laugh a lot
0 We find consolation
0 We play football
Guess the number* of Swingline
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The jar is approximately square
-3" x 3" x 43". Look for the
clue about "Tot" capacity.
The "Tot 50tR" is uncondition-
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mends and costs only 98¢ sug-
gested retail price at Stationery,
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with 1,000 staples and vinyl
pouch. Swingline Cub Desk and
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Bach Club features
By ROB SCHETTER
Raymond Seally and Bruce
French,'two Canadian musicians
specializing in Renais-
sance works for the lute, guitar
and duet guitar, were presented
last Thursday by the Bach club.
The program covered a wide
range of compositions and com-
posers, including J. Dowland (a
late Renaissance composer), J.S.
Bach, and Santorsola (a contem-
porary composer). Quite an en-
joyable performance, I found,
despite some inconveniences
brought on by the recital area
(South Quad lounges do not
make the best concert halls!).
Divided into segments which
highlighted both solo and duet
work, the recital got off to a
shakey start as French labored
through a series of Baroque lute
pieces. Things improved, how-
ever as Sealy presented his own
solo work, proving himself quite
the guitarist as he whipped
through some difficult solo com-
positions and zesty duets.
Of special note in the program
was the Triptico, an unpublished
composition by Sentorsola. Con-
ceived as a tonal piece (using all
Notes on local
concerts to come
CHEECH and CHONG - out-
rageous comedy - satire team
coming to Hill Aud. October 7
with The Persuasions, masters of
*acapella street corner style of
singing. Tickets at $4, 3.50, 3, 2,
go on sale Monday in the Union
HOMECOMING WEEKEND =
Commander C o d y, Oct. 27;
Stevie Wonder, Oct. 28; The
Grateful Dead, Oct. 29. Tickets
for first two concerts go on sale
Monday in Union Lobby; Dead
tickets go on sale Oct. 1 in Union
Mail orders accepted on all
shows except The Grateful Dead.
No personal checks.
12 notes of a scale rather than
the conventional 8), Triptico is
characterized by constant disson-
ance and abrupt silences. This
was very much in contrast to the
Renaissance pieces, which are
typically non - dissonant and
The duo is currently planning
an album for CBC in which they
will collaborate with a contem-
porary arranger of Baroque mu-
sic, which should include the
Moog synthesizer and anything
else electronic they deem useful.
With some work, this duo defi-
nitely appears to have quite a fu-
ture ahead of them.
Last year we showed Rosselini's
RISE AND FALL OF LOUIS
XIV which truly deserves to be
called a Masterpiece.
SOCRATES is in the same style,
of a personal and realistic pres-
entation of famous historical
Dir. by Roberto Rosselini
1970. French with subtitles
Dir. by Vittorio de Sica
1947. Italian with subtitles
Famous f i I m from the
period of Neorealism.
7 & 9 p.m. 75C
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CHURCH-801 South Forest Ave.
(Corner of S. Forest and Hill)
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Sunday services at 9:15 and 11:00
Wednesday Eucharist, 5:15 p.m.
Sunday suppers at 6:00 p.m.
Building open from 9:00 a.m. un-
til midnight every day. Pastor Don-
ald Zill stands ready to provide any.
pastoral services that you may de-
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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH'
1432 Washtenaw Avenue
FIRST UNITED METHODIST HURON HILLS BAPTIST
CHURCH and WESLEY FOUNDA- CHURCH: 3150 Glacier Way
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Services of Worship at 9:00 and LS&A, Wesley Lounge.
10:30 a.m. Sermon: "On Being * * *
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Film: "Days of Triumph" on Jerome Butera will pre
Saturday at 7:00 p.m. Organ Recital at the Firs
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THE FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH 24, at 4 p.m. The program
1917 Washtenaw Avenue sist of a varied selectiont
Erwin A. Gaeda, Minister including the "Fantasie an
Church School and Service, 10:30 in C Minor," of J. S. B
a.m. Sermon: "Children of Yearn- "Fantasie in A," of Cesar
ing." and the "Incantation for
*C*M* Day," of Jean Langlais.
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272 Hewitt Rd., 1 block south of
Rev. Dean Tyson, Pastor.
Family Worship and Nursery at
9:30 a.m. Faculty and students wel-
I - - -
Don Postema, Minister
11:00 a.m.: Coffee and conversa-,
tion in the lounge.
10:00 a.m.: Morning Worship.
6:00 p.m.: Evening Celebration.
* * *
On the Campus at the corner of
State and William Sts.
Rev. Terry N. Smith, Sr. Minister
Rev. Ronald C. Phillips, Assistant
PACKARD ROAD BAPTIST
2580 Packard Road, 971-0773
Tom Bloxam, Pastor, 971-3152
Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.
Worship: 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Training Hour: 6 p.m.
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