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Cecil Taylor offers
emotional jazz riffs
"As time passes, each generation looks for something
to them," said Cecil Taylor after anexhausting
two sets at Power Center Thursday night. "It's about time.
tom{ A , If you heard Taylor's unit as the closing item on Eclipse
Jazz s successful first season Thursday, you had to be deep-
ly affected. Even if he didn't really communicate moving
spiritual forces, Taylor's vibrant sounds at least affected
". your ears.
{ =r > ' ;:-:::y, uTaylor's music is almost entirely spontaneous impro-
visation: "I have never written down a composition,' he
states. His tunes lose cohesiveness from time to time, but
& Taylor on piano, Mark Edwards on drums, Raphe Malik on
trumpet, and David Ware on alto sax do produce some
.: ' .:X:"; f: ~straight-ahead cookin' without any fancy,;...: :.Y Y gimmicks.
Of course, the average ear probably would defineTa
1%fii~r fr's style as 32nd note arpeggios up and down the key-
:.<:j:.:7 "'V' boards with two saxes squealing microtonally and shoot
ing out super-fast riffs.
But somehow - I'm not sure how - it was more
than that. It will take me quite some time to really figure
out the emotionally draining, intense "pure art" sound of
Cecil Taylor.
Daily Photo by STEVE KAGAN -James Fiebig
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Burns (music listings). Me - (Mediatrics, Nat. Sci.f
Aud., 7, 8:45, 10:30) - A wacky
Gene Wilder - Donald Suther-
tonight's movies ... land vehicle about two mis-
Kiss Me Deadly - (Cinema matched sets of identical twins
II, Aud. A; 7 & 9) - Thislow- - one of royal blood, the other:
key, marginal - budget 1955 peasant class - at the time of
kitey magnal-budgoeofth1955the French Revolution. The
ctur srtnds est f ms eer time - honored mistaken iden-
made about America and its tity theme s played for slap-
possible future. Director Robert, stick all the way here, with
Aldrich based his work on varying results; somejus it s
Mickey Spillane's crude Mike hilarious, sometimes just fren
Hammer detective novel, which ziedly boring - including a
Aldrich personally loathed. He very weak ending. Most mem-
used the book as a spring-! orable is Wilder 's portrayal of
board for a nightmarish excur- the slightly psychotic aristocra-
sion into the netherworld under- tic brother, blending snobbery
pinnings ohf oursociety, a mc and paranoiaas only Wilder's
rocosm of a world losing its
grip that bears a profound and
frightening kinship to the cur- music this week . .
rent Taxi Driver. The plot deals Saturday, April 17
with the theft of a mysterious
atomic weapon by a gangster- Blind Pig - Jimmy Dawkins,
scientist alliance, and the des- Chicago blues, 9:30, $1.
perate attempts by both the; Golden Falcon - Melodioso,.
government and private eye jazz, 9:30, $1.
Hammer to retrieve the "Great ( Mr. Flood's Party - Silver-
Whatzit," as the bomb is spir- tones, blues, 9:30, $1.
itually referred to during the Bimbo's - Gaslighters, rag-!
film. Aldrich's genius is in time singalong, 6-1:30, 50c after
casting Hammer not as the av- ! 8.
enging, all - resourceful super- Ark - Friends of Fiddler's
man, but as a tough guy re- Green, folk, 9, $2.50.
pudiated. At first brash and Rubaiyat - Open Road, top!
swaggering, the detective is 40's, 9, no cover.
gradually revealed as a ques- Heidelberg - Austrian Quar-
tioning but limited Everyman tet, 9:30, no cover.
enveloped and ultimately ren- Heidelberg Rathskeller -
dered helpless by forces that Mustard's Retreat, folk, 9:30,
have outstripped his and our no cover.
cultural progression. By film's Chances Are - Chucky & the
end ll e cn d isstagerto Dipsticks, 5's, 8. $2 with ID.
end all he can do is stagger t Sure Thing-Nighthawk, rock,
escape from a technical - po- 9:30, $2.
litical demon ready to hurtle
a too new, too green civiliza- Sunday, April 1 8
tion into apocapypse. Despite Mr. Flood's Party - Catfish
some extremely violent scenes, Miller, jug blues band, 9:30, $1.
Kiss Me Deadly is one of the Sure Thing-Nighthawk, rock,
9:30, no cover.
most anti-macho films ever Chances Are - Chucky & the
made - indeed, questioning the Dipsticks, 50's, 9, $1 with ID.

Red, blues, 9:30, $1.
Chances Are - Sonics
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Mr. Flood's Party - Eric
Glatz, 9:30, $1.
Sure Thing-Nighthawk, rock,
9:30, no cover.
Tuesday, April 20
Chances Are - Masquerade,;
rock, 9, $1 with ID.
Mr. Flood's Party - Gemini,
-folksy blues, 9:30, $1.
Wednesday, April 21
Blind Pig '- Friends Road-
show, comedy, 9:30, $1.
Sure Thing-Axis, rock, 9:30,'
no cover.
Mr. Flood's Party - The;
MuellerFBrothers,rbluegrass,
9:30, $1.
Chances Are - Cheap Trick,
rock, 9, 50c with ID.
Thursday, April 22
Chances Are - Cheap Trick,
rock, 9, $1 with ID.
Sure Thing-Axis, rock, 9:30,
no cover.
Mr. Flood's Party - The

Friday, April 23
Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys,
bluegrass, 10, $1.50.
Blind Pig-Silvertones, blues,
9:30, $1.
Sure Thing - Zooster, rock,
9:30, $2.
Bimbo's - Gaslighters, rag-
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no cover.
Mr. Flood's Party - The
Mueller Brothers, bluegrass,
9:30, $1.
Chances Are - Cheap Trick,
rock, 8, $2 with ID.
Golden Falcon - Melodioso,
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40's, 9, no cover.

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