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Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, May 27, 1976
603 east liberty ARTS EDITOR:
MICJHIGANJeffrey P. Selbst A rIs & LIII
Theatre pen 665-290

Toni aht at 7 & 9. Open 6:45
JAN-MICHAEL VINCENT
BABY BLUE
MARINE
u1214 s.- university
Theatre Phone 668-64161
ENDS TONIG HT
TONIGHT AT 7 & 9
OPEN 6:45
CANNES
JURY PRIZE
AWARD
A MILOS FORMAN FILM R
A UNIVERSAL PICTURE IN COLO

Williamson charms fans at Union
By BLAIR CARROLL of Olivia Records (Williamson's label) who thought, "It
would be a shame if they were coming so near here, and
I had first heard of Cris Williamson and the many other didn't play." Consequently, she took full responsibility for
women singers when they played a concert in Oakland, the concert. The IWY, Women's Commission,and Women's
California earlier this year. Williamson, Meg Christian, Program were also instrumental in finding the halland help- tK
Margie Adams and Holly Near were all there; but only ing Ehrenberg set up the concert. Ann Arbor certainly would
Williamson and her band went on to Los Angeles to start a have missed one of the greatest groups had this opportunity ply
nation-wide tour that would bring women's music to the not arisen. able
people. Two months later, she, June Millington and Jackie ten e
Robbins wound up their hectic tour here in Ann Arbor- "Circle of Friends," her opening number, was a welcome
Hay 24. indictrination for a very special group of people-those who
May 24-ful to
Thanks are in order to Betsy Ehrenberg-local distributor See SINGER, Page 5 to sat
do th
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__ __ __ __ __ _ after
S arbor i cooperative Neal's latest, best a
TONIGHTI to be
MONTEREY POP ' By CLAUDIA J. EVANS shall
(D. A. PENNABAKER, 1968) Neil Sedaka has returned to the entertainment scene in
The firt big rock festival happened right in the middle of full force with his new release, Stepping Out. His musical watch
lower power, drawing a then-unheard-of 35,000 people. Although
known for having turned lots of people on to JIMI HENDRIX genius as writer, arranger, and singer has made this his mai
and JANIS JOPLIN'S live performances (Hendrix has to be seen most dynamic album to date. Frar
son Airplane, Otis Redding, Canned Heat, Country Joe and the
to be believed) it also displays the talents of The Who, Jeffer- Musical genius seems more the understatement to of td
Fish, Simon and Garfunkel, the Mamas and the Papas, and Sedaka's musical talents. He's been composing since age cam
Ravi shankar. 7 4 1 0thirteen, now having written more than 700 songs. He won ,of thi
A&a classical piano competition in New York that was judged tion
.,;r, by Arthur Rubenstein. To top it off, he studied piano on a E
scholarship at Juilliard for two years. Teamed with lyricist fire
A FimnOfPerAmenaFmram nHoward Greenfield, Sedaka is responsible for such goodies gl-c
R BicentennialAward-WnnerCharlesB.Pie 1as "Stairway to Heaven," "Sunny," and of course, his for a
&bigger, "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do."Etr
buOf the twelve songssthere's only one which deserves the fromi
rank of blase-"I Let You Walk Away." The lyrics are tic of
simple, yet somber, a perfect beginning for a love-gone-
Ai OWCa1TRNAi0NAi PIatiRiSRELiE PG] I(i;wrong song of the 60's. The music, however, is sorely lack- backb
Mon.-Fri. 7 00 & 9:00 eing in both rhythm and tempo. It's too bad. On a less dy- pic b
namic album, this song could have been powerful. i th
One of the most outstanding cuts is "Good Times, Good gore
Music, Good Friends." This song combines the Gospel- sais
rock style with lyrics that resemble a ballad. The arrange- tir
ARB1O7 ment itself is 70's all the way with a sophisticated banjo rec
*'solo, clarinet solo, and even a part for horns. The song is B
-- so vibrant, it makes you want to dance and just sing along csi
Powerful, dynamic, tender, wistful, vibrant-few artists Bload
n today can integrate the lyrics and arrangement to create Dige
such a variety of effects, let alone make you feel them. sled
Stepping Out is such an integration, the prime quality fake
' you'dexpect from Neil Sedaka.. . . actin

: : harin
It: TH 11 ' IN IVEC
She was a TIM EBOMB!
Set to go OFF everyhor! ''
Ita eathat W it daer" n w"

The most
beautiful picture ever
of a woman's
breasts.
It's a thermogram-a plcture of heat patterns in breast
tissue.
Along with a mammogram (X-ray), it's the most advanced
way to spot trouble before it's felt as a lump.
And that will save lives.
And that's beautiful.
100,000 women this year will be tested at Breast Diagnostic
Centers set up by the American Cancer Society and the
National Cancer Institute.
But we're greedy. We want to protect millions of women.
And men and children, too.
Another major project is looking Into possible causes of
cancer in our environment-our habits, foods, jobs.
We need money for all our cancer research. Please give.,
We want to wipe out cancer in your lifetime.
Ametiaocancersocetyl
We want to wipe out cancer in your lietime.I

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