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Daily Classifieds Detroit rock
- - revival: Fun
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The most amazing experence
for me was being backstage. The
pathetically grotesque groupies,
the people trying to claw their
way up the rock power structure,
and the interminable hassles with
managers, stage crew, and people
mobbing the stage cast a dark
shadow over the whole event. At
one point there was even a fight
backstage when somebody pulled
the plug on Mitch Ryder's group
and allegedly poured beer on
him because he went overtime.
Some of the musicians seemed
genuinely friendly, s t a y i n g
around for the whole Revival -
Boz Scaggs, Skip Van Winkle,
Mitch Ryder, and some of the
back-up muSicians. For the most
part, though, rock seems to be
just as unattractive and disgus-
ing as any other business.
I guess the best indication of
the general atmosphere is that I
saw very few people leaving the
place in a happy state of mind.
The music, the drugs and booze,
the environment, the crowd's be-
havior, or something else had
bummed out just about everyone.
At least there was enough good
music to make the trip to De-
troit worthwhile.
The alienation and hostility
that living in Detroit breeds into
people manifests itself in their
taste in music, and that music in
turn exacerbates those feelings
and draws them out into the open.
AITENOil
TONIGHT & TOMORROW
THE AWFUL
TRUTH
Hilarious 1937 comedy, with
Cary Grant, Irene Dunn, and
a wire-haired terrior as one
of America's fastest moving
marital triangles. Quick-paced
sophisticated comedy at its
best. Directed by Leo Mc-
Carey.
SUNDAY
THE MARX BROTHERS!
ANIMAL
CRACKERS
Groucho returns to the Long
Island estate of Margaret Du-
mont as the famed African
explorer, Captain Spaulding.
Chico as Ravelli the musician
and Harno as the Profassor.

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