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By JEFF SORENSEN They formed the perfect cor- three Columbia alb
Bruce Springsteen radiated plement to his music in every ie opened w
enough nervous energy last Way imaginable. deroad," which h
night to infect a restrained The precision displayed by alone on stage, ac
- crowd at Hill Auditorium with saxophonist Clarence Clemons himself on the pian
wild enthusiasm and provide and guitarist Miami Steve was ber was distinguish
the best rock concert this city's something to behold. As Spring- cal of the most dra
seen in over a year. Steen abruptly shifted gears awe-inspiring nature
Springsteen gave it all he from one disparite style to an- steen displayed hi
had, and then some. He ca-.. other, his band was always range of vocal tale
joled, wheedled and virtually right there behind him. Then, the rest o
begged the crowd on his hands He can afford to take chances strutted out while
_ and knees to love him, and they that other singers can't be- began to prance
-.,.responded with such fervor cause he knows his men will stage, pacing back
that he performed for nearly be with him at every turn, like a caged animal
3 hours, including four encores. Springsteen and his E Street set loose. For th
He obviously wants to make Band have learned their lessons numbers, the band
-I- it big; and he knows that this well from the masters of 'So's ty close to the re
tour is his first real chance and '60's rock 'n' roll. His style sions of such songs
for super stardom. Springsteen isn't so much innovative as de- Avenue Freeze Out,
showed that all the talk about rivative of a wide range of ear-'--
his smashing concerts along lier rock styles.
the East Coast were not just He is in that sense a rip-off i ne UnvM
Daily Photo By PAULINE LUBENS idle rumors. artist of the highest level as
But he didn't do it alone. Ac- his music has completely ab- PH F II
Bruce Springsteen, in his concert last night at Hill Auditorium, managed to rock the place companying him was the famed sorbed the influences of such di-,
into a frenzy. This is Springsteen s first nation al tour, in a career otherwise restricted to the E Street Band that's worked verse talents as The Band, the
East coast. with him for nearly five years. Allman Brothers, Little Rich-
ard, the Crystals and many
Springsteen is, without a
t f f (doubt, in love with the rock)
At 30, Jose Feliciano still and roll of the past and this
A t 0, J se e t ec o stll enthusiasm is absolutely con-
tagious. For his numerous en?
fffcores, Springsteen delighted
the crowd with such favorites
as "C. C. Rider," "Good Golly
Miss Molly," "Carol," and, best
of all, the Isley Brothers'
By MARY CAMPBELL second child in the family of 10 to go. I want an Oscar for music he plays classical as well as pop "Twist 'n' Shout."
AP Newsfeatures Writer boys. His father moved the fam- and an Emmy for TV music. I -or singing, Feliciano says, "I When Springsteen is at top
Jose Feliciano, blind since ily to Spanish Harlem in New wrote the theme for 'Chico and concentrate on both." form, as he was last night, his°
birth, has an idea that would York when Jose was 5. Spanish the Man' on TV. It was really He was signed by RCA in 1964 sound is dense, built upon lay-
make life easier for blind per- was his first language, Englishnice to get nominated for an and all his albums have been on ers and layers of instrumenta-
sons and he has proposed it to his second and he makes rec-|Emmy for it. Next time I write that label, from "The Voice and tier Unlike other rock bd
the U.S. Mint. Why not make ords in both. He also "dabbles" something for TV I'd like to Guitar of Jose Feliciano" to the tion. ands
newes one,"JustWanna that use three instruments, etme
paper money with Braille-like!in Italian, doing well enough to win." newest one "Just Wanna RocksrSeptember
bumps, different numbers of sing at the San Remo Festival Feliciano says that he thought 'n' Roll," and including "Fell- ringsteens band uses six or6-28
bumps for different denomina-|in 1971; the song he sang placed of the circumstances of a Latin ciano!" in 1968, which included; give the music a fie
tions, no bumps for $1 bills. second. in a strange country when he "Light My Fire" and "Califor- texture that other groups just Power Center
Coins are easily handled by a He's the only musical one, wrote the "Chico" theme. He nia Dreamin." Eight of the al- can't match.
blind person now, he says, since starting with ukelele at 8 and currently is scoring the movie, bums are in Spanish.t g
sizes are different. moving to guitar at 9. "I played "Aaron Loves Angela." Feliciano travels a great deal, about 20 songs, with a wide Friday Saturday
But other than mentioning that it at home and in the hallway "I wSant to have a reutation performing. He spent his 30th range of favorites from his
he tries to let blind persons because it had good acoustics of a Sinatra musicallyrepthat's birthday, Sept. 10, in Australia. at 8 p.m
know that they can learn to ski, and in assemblies at school. One what I'd like to have - in terms "Two years ago we went to 23
Feliciano doesn't stress blind- teacher used to say she liked of longevity and versatility. He different countries in one year. sLf(.:1
ness. Neither does he stress be- listening to me because I sound- made it big in 1943. I'd like to In Czechoslovakia they didn't Sunday
ing born in Puerto Rico in this ed like a man. see three decades go by and let us off the stage for half an at 3 & 8p.m.
time when it's fashionable to be "At 15 I found I could sing people will remember what I hour, with their clapping. They
ethnic. "I'm very proud being controlled. I never knew wheth- did and I'd still be good." knew the songs. That s what
Puerto Rican," he says. "I'm er I'd make it as a star but I T' separates me from hot rock art- righ
American. That is what Amer- always wanted to. My dream Three of Felicianos LPs have ists makg it i America right
"Felcian!".Feli now Thy'renotAdvance ticket
ica is made of - people from was to be a celebrity. To be on gone gold, "Feliciano", Feli- now. They're not international."
different lands. TV like Bob Hope was. ciano 1 to 23" and "Alive Alive- He used to travel with a guide M
Feliciano was born in the rur- "I've accomplished a lot of 0." He has two Grammy dog, Feliciano says, but he trav.-.
al town of Lorez, Puerto Rico, my goals but there is still a lot Awards, as best new recording eled so much it wasn't healthy Tick
artist of 1968 and for best male for the dog so the dog stays at
#E ~ aatim mi a mm mi as u 2% Niim al ielsi msm t ~ sma s s misie s e contem po rary voca p erform h s hom e now in C O r ng o n - I
ance, with "Light My Fire," the ty in Southern California. He-
same year. Asked whether he also has three horses there and
eCO r s in rev iew concentrates on guitar playing-enjoys riding.
To those who followed the try the new J. Giles Band al-
band closely, John Fogerty was bum Hotline. (Atlantic SD-18147) D. W. GRIFFITH'S 1915
synonymous with Creedence Peter Wolf, Magic Dick and, of
Clearwater Revival. Creedence course, J. Giles himself are
was a simple but successful back again with some good for-!
band with a rock-bayou sound mula rock.
that often hit top 40 charts with You won't miss this one in
songs like "Proud Mary". the record shops because it A
But since he split from the sports one of the neatest album
band, John Fogerty has made cover tricks ever: the innerOATN
two solo albums, the second and sleeve is the receiver of a large "History written with lighting," said Woodrow
most recent of which is called telephone that lifts up and out Wi1son. Thit ent h ighting uaip W odrn
modestly John Fogerty. (Asylum of the jacket. Wilson. This excellent high quality print (om-
7E-1046) The band is, of course, quite plete with color tints) gives you a good idea iC O n
Unfortunately, the album has colorful, in their selection of how original silents looked when new. The ac-
all the bad qualities of typical tunes. The album opens with
rock-and-roll: it's easy to anti- "Love-itis", one of those tunes tion-packed epic of the civil war, starring Lil-
cipate the changes, the words that you know is going to rock lion Gish, is legend. The first feature film. 3150 CARPENTER
are meaningless, the topics of as soon as you hear the first
the songs are of little conse- chords. "Think it Over" is the Cinema Guild TONIGHT Old Arch. Aud. ANN ARBOR
quence, and creativity is rather main ballad from the album, AT 7:00 971-4310
thin. and it's tastefully done. They
Fogerty's lead guitar has a even attempt a version of "Be-,
nice tone, but he plays notes lieve in Me" by Curtis Mayfield. Cinema Guild is now accepting applications for
that are stale. His arrangement But the main concept of the membership - Pick up one at the ticket desk
of horns is so predictable that album is, as Peter Wolf says on
one tends to ignore them. the last cut of side 2, "Hey ev- Iefore any regu tr showing.
It is only the coarse vocal erybody, it's dance time!" r) I

quality that calls up that old -James Fiebig
unique Creedence sound. But-- --_ __________
Fogerty's music disregards the The stage attraction of t
progress rock-and-roll has madee
since he sang "Suzy-Q 'G the greatest entertainmi

ums. I the Night," and "It's Hard to
vith Thun- Be a Saint in the City."
e performed But the evening didn't really
companying get moving until Springsteen
o. The num- showed he had the confidence
ed by a vo- to go beyond the studio ver-
matic, even sions of his material. On "E
e as Spring- Street Shuffle" and "Back-
s enormous streets," Springsteen stretched
nt. the performances out to twice
of the band their recorded length, wrench-
Springsteen ing from the songs every emo-
around the tion, and providing room for
and forth ! some brilliant, new instrumen-
about to be tal passages provided by Cle-
e first few mons and Steve.
stayed pret- "Kitty's Back" was the high
corded ver- point. For nearly 20 minutes,
as "Tenth 1 the E Street Band treated the
"Spirit in audience to some piano and gui-
)Ahi TPO

tar work worthy of the Allmi
Brothers at their finest.
From beginning to en
Springsteen and his band we
magnificent. It all added up
a grand old night for rock
roll and, with luck, another st
towards the day when the nan
Bruce Springsteen will becon
a household word,


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WEDNESDAY, September 24 -
LECTURE: 4:30 p.m., Room 100, Law Quadrangle, Kwame Nkrumah
Memorial Lecture: "Future of Struggle in Southern Africa," Professor
Dennis Brutus.
FILM: 7:30 p.m., Room 100, Law Quadrangle, "Apartheid in South
DISCUSSION: 8:30 p.m., Room 100, Law Quadrangle. "Future of
Struggle in Southern Africa."
THURSDAY, September 25-
LECTURE: 4:00 p.m., Henderson Room, Michigan League. "The Rise
and Fall of General Gowon: the Future of Nigeria," Professor G. Uzo-
LECTURE: 8:00 p.m., Henderson Room, Michigan League. "Idi Amin
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FRIDAY, September 26 -
LECTURE: 2:30 p.m., Henderson Room, Michigan League. "Public
Health Issues in Africa," Aggrey Nyongo.



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