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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, July 29, 1972

records
Notes and News from the music world

By RON URBACH
Coming out on Epic records:
'Captain Kopter," a creation of
Randy California (formerly with
Spirit) . . . Joe Frazier getting
into the musical ring with a new
single by Joe Frazier's Knock-
outs, entitled, "Sweet Potato,
Collard Greens" . . . anyone out
there heard it?
Harvey Mandel, lead guitarist
extraordinaire, and Sugarcane
Harris, the high and mighty elec-
tric violinist sometimes heard on
Frank Zappa albums, in a group
called The Pure Food and Drug
Act, now touring . . . James Tay-
lar has another LP due out soon,
alos an appearance on David
Steinberg's Summer Show for
Sweet Baby James . . . P h ii1
Ochs is writing a single for Rac-
quel Welch's roller derby film

SOLOMAN
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EDUCATION REFORM
- RENT RELIEF
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demoerat 0" state representative
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DOUBLE FEATURE-Sun. thru Tues.
"MASTERPIECE!"
---SHOW
"Unforgettable!
It is so beautiful that
it requires more than
one visit."
-THE NEW YORKER
"VISCONTI IS A GENIUS!
DIRK BOGARDE IS
BRILLIANT!"
-GANNETT NEWS SERVICE
"Remarkable! Stunning!"
-NEW YORK TEI EYMAB-
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LUCHINO V SCON I ( "Death in Venice," 3:10, 7:00
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Y Death,"7:00- Devils," 4:00
DOUBLE FEATURE-
STACYTSKEACH
op 0 At Albert Finney in "Gumshoe"
aCliff Robetson "J.W. Coop"
starring DIRK BOGARD
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ENDS TODAY
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- .. hmmmm.
Fillmore East has been so01 d
and will open in September ac-
cording to new owner Frank Mor-
genstern. It'll be renamed and
available for rock as well as
other shows.
Folkies: the Philadelphia Folk
Festival No. 11 on Aug. 25-27
features Don American Pie Mc-
Lean, John Prine, Loudon Wain-
wright III, Janis Ian (!), David
Bromberg, John Hartford, Peter
Yarrow (formerly a Peter in a
folk trio), Jean Redpath, Trini-
dad Tripoli Steel Band, O t i s
Rush, Mance Lipscomb, M a r i a
Muldaur, Libba Cotton, Bonnie
Raitt, Raun MacKinnin and the
Afro-American Dance Ensemble,
There will be workshops an d
craft exhibitions as well as af-
ternoon concerts. Will be held
near Schwenkville, Pa.
Doing benefits to aid farm-
workers via the United Farm-
The Mihigan Doiy, edited nd man-
eaged so studets at te Dnivesity or
Michigan. News phone: 764-0562. Second
Class postage paid at Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan. 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor,
Mrchgan 4004. Pblised daly Taes
d"ythrughSudayr roning Uier-
sity year. Subscription rates: $10 by
carrier, $11 by mai.,
Summer Session published Tuesday
thwough Saurday morin. Subserip'
tion rates: $5.50 by carrier (campus
area); $6.50 ocal mail (in Mich. or
Oho); $7.50 non-local mail (other states
and foreign.
SOLO-
MAN
REFORM
ABORTION
democrat
state representative
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TV & Stereo Rentals
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Mre eciting than the
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i-Utah Phillips

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workers Organization w e r e
Malo, Tower of Power, Taj Ma-
hal, and Luis Lasca.
Money honey, that's what I
want: Three Dog Night, f or
their performance at the Pocono
Speedway in eastern Pennsyl-
vania, took home $125,000 as its
share of a $1,320,000 gross in
what is believed to be the biggest.
payday for a single performance.
That even beats the quarter of a
million dollars that Alice Cooper
rolled in for three days of work
earlier this summer.
In other financial news --- an
average takehome for Rod Ste-
wart and the Faces was well
over $75,000 per night on their
recent American tour. Minus
destroyed pianos, of course. Ann
Arbor was worth an $80,000 gross
to all concerned.
Ragtime Piano Devotees: a
concert held last October at the
Library of the Performing Arts
Center in New York devoted to
the music of Scott Joplin has
been recorded live ..y Nonesuch
and features William Bolcum,
Mary Lou Williams, and Joshua
Rifkin. Write me c/o the Daily
for details if you have $10 to
contribute to the N.Y. Public
Library System for this controlled
circulation and very promising re-
cord.
Rod Stewart's new album "Ne-
ver a Dull Moment" due out this
week . . . Number One One
One around the world: Britain:
Puppy Love by Donny Osmond;
France : Il Etait Une Fois La
Revolution by E. Morricone;
Hong Kong: Vincent by Don Mc-
Lean; Malaysia: Without You by
Nillson; Singapore: Tumbling
Dice by the Stones.
David Crosby and Graham
Nash to tour together this August

with a new set of musicians, in-
cluding Danny Kootch (one of
Carole King's favorite guitar-
ists). Also on the bill is Jackson
Browne.
Commander Cody fans might
be interested to know that t h e
Commander's Big Hit Single,
"Hot Rod Lincoln," made No.
9 on the National Charts (with a
Bullet), and Paramount has re-
leased a second single, "Beat Me
Daddy, Eight to the Bar" which
is on its way up there, too.
Local FM station WNRZ may
be airing the radio talents of
John Sinclair and/or Bob Rud-
nick in what looks to be a
format surgery for the better.
Classics: RCA Records has in-
troduced a "composers biggest
hits" series on its classical bud-
get label, Victrola (retail: $2.98).
Artists on the first 10 albums
include the Chicago Symphony
with Fritz Reiner, the Boston
Symphony conducted by Charles
Munch, Arthur Fiedler with the
Boston Pops, the RCA S y m-
phony with Kiryil Kondrashin,
Leopold Stokowskf conducting his
orchestra, and several others.
Composers represented in this
series are Beethoven, Debussy,
Gershwin, Grieg, Mozart Pic-
cini Rachmaninoff Ravel, Sibel-
ius and Tschiakovsky. I recom-
mend this series especially f o r
those who have very little money
to allot for the classical area of
their record collection and who
especially enjoy the popular piec-
es or passages. The price on
these discs is unbeatable, the
quality good to excellent and the
performers are among the best
conductors and orchestras
around. Check it out.
Next week: some reviews and
a look at classical budget labels.

Fritz da Cat-An'
dat's the troof
By MAURICE as told to MIDGET CASTIGLIANO
Yessum. Dat Fritz da Cat shore is a pussy. Little Tom is
cavortin' over at da Campus Theeater and he dun been in a
mess of trouble. Dat puss goes to a wild party 'n da policemens
dun go on aftuh im. He scapes 'n goes to a Jewish church. Den
he burns down da college 'n den he runs off to da black folks,
only des crows. An' den he dun led a ree-volt 'n scapes off ta
Californy. Den da kitty puts a bomb on da building 'n gets his-
self 'ploded. Dat's the troof ! I ain't got da slightest idee what
dis is sposed to be bout but I knows dis: Da policemens are
piggies. Da negroes are crows 'n dey look like em too. Da cat
shore nuff gets da pussy. Dey talks dirt too. Dey even smokes
lot of what dey calls da weed 'n den dey starts cavortin' round
and doin' da craziness. Yessum. I don't knows wetter dats
sposed to be funny but I didn laugh. But I dun learned a few
things 'n dat's ok I guess. An' dat's the troof!
Gai~telan on the Grass
JAVANESE MUSIC AND DANCE
PooIside--(4hool of Music
North Campus
4:00 p.m. Sunday, July 30 FREE
SUMMER IRODUCTION
PRESENTS
the powerful drama
JULY 27, 28, 29 AT 8:00 P.M.
N THE AIR CONDITIONED
Qu rk Aud'itorium
Reserved Seats at $2.00
Box Office Hours 12:45-4:30
Also 7:00-8:00 Performance Nights
FOR RESERVATION DIAL 487-1221

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