100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

October 08, 1982 - Image 17

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1982-10-08
Note:
This is a tabloid page

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.



v

9f

7f

-W

llUK

. . rr: .......: ....: ...
.....ww :rv-:::::::::.;: v v: ....... v.":.v"w." ".::: ........::.:....r":y:r:v".::"":+!'J}}}:::v.Y.<ti<ti?::{i:9'r}}:-}>?}:L :4X"}::"i}
... ...... ... ....... .x .. ffrr .... r:: v:::: --: -::.r .. n.:.r r . .. ...... .......... ............
....... .. ...........
.... rf ."f.... r. ..} .:...... n.. .,. .... ............ r v: r: ;: r::.}v:.;-::;::::. :........: lY:i .....................
_... .. .. r.. r.. ."Y. ,,..: x:::: .r::: x: --:x:-. ..rf .. .{"rr -:v:w .........:.:..............:.";:.}".:}":. ::. ::::" r..r., .r.,; .. ,.......; ;: ;::. ..:: :".-
....{}'. ".. .. .. .. .... r ............ ... .. ..... ".. {r}n.... ...fhr...:F:v::<^}}:::" :4:v}i}:{'.v;n}i}:4}}'4::n r. rr:witi"."}}:t? ... .. ..... .. .....
'.: :: :r: .'.... rx:}-:'- .t":??"+":'":"j}:r.::..:5"Yrf.$+.v: f-::xAt. r}:...........i".F ....:.vr: ,.,n. .:. ...."$Y.".h$:v::. ::::::. ::..............r...............::........ ......:..,..,...............:.....:...................,..v......:......... . ....

a

Forget
her not
By Mare Hodges
Patrice Rushen
Power Center
8 and 10:30 p.m. Monday, October 11
Tickets: $7.50 and $8.50
ATRICE RUSHEN'S LATEST
album Straight From the Heart
seems .to be exactly that. A vocalist as
well as instrumentalist, Rushen has left
few musical styles unexplored, and
with Straight from the Heart, her
seventh solo LP, she has taken the op-
portunity to display her best of these

multi-musical talents.
At 28, Rushen comes to us from Los
Angeles, where she began developing
her musical talents at the age of three.
j Truly a child prodigy, she performed
classical recitals by the age of six and
continued her formal musical studies
well into her teens.
Rushen began her career on the
recording scene with two albums in a
style that was considered by critics to
be "an imaginative fusion of complex
jazz and classical interpretations."
Rushen followed up these first two in-
strumental attempts with her third LP
Shout it Out, which launched her into
the musical arena in which she now
performs. With this LP, Rushen
revealed her own vocals for the first
time.
Now, Rushen has washed the disco
out of her style and replaced it with a
jazzy-funk that certainly makes a
statement.
With such hits as "Forget Me Nots"
and "Remind" leading her latest album

Rushen: Post-disco funk

Straight From the Heart on the R&B
and pop charts, it's no wonder that the
entire LP is gaining proper recognition.
On this album, Rushen offers slow
tunes to break the heart as well as up-
beat tunes such as "Breakout," which

she refers to as her tribute to "good ole'
rock 'n roll." The entire album offers
'the exploding vocal and instrumental
talent that makes Rushen's plea to
"forget me not" one not to be taken
lightly.

SPORTS WEEK IN REVIEW
Your Radio Sports Talk Connection
For Southeast Michigan's Biggest
Sports Happening
Your Hosts: Jeff DeFran & Jim Shafran
This Sunday's Guests:
BILL LAIMBERR,
KELLY TRIPUKA-Detroit Pistons
BOB LAPOINTE-EMU Head Coach
ED O'NEAL-Assistant EMU Coach,
former Lion linebacker
Listen in locally to WAAM 1600 AM
This Sunday night 10:00pm to Midnight
EVERYTHING IN THE LIVELY ARTS
A Publication of The Michigan Daily
jr axKesI ntp l 4C
U f ( Fo r a d v e rtisin g in fo rm a tio n , ca ll 764-0554

Johnny
be good
By Jerry Brabenec
Johnny Griffin
University Club
8 and 10:30 p.m. Saturday, October 9
Tickets: $6.50
E CLIPSE JAZZ opens the more in-
timate side of its fall schedule
Saturday night at the University Club
with the Johnny Griffin Quartet. Grif-
fin, one of the most distinguished tenor
saxists in jazz, should be familiar to
Ann Arbor audiences, as this will be his
third appearance in the last four years.
It was after spending a decade and a
half in Europe, that Griffin accom-
panied Dexter Gordon on a triumphal
homecoming tour in 1978. Griffin
brought an appreciative Hill
Auditorium crowd it its feet during an
electrifying blues solo, far surpassing
the later performance in New York that
was released as an LP. More recently,
Griffin's quartet headlined (and stole) a
show at the.Michigan Theater that co-
starred alto sax maniac Richie-Cole.
Griffin was one of a generation of
American jazz expatriates, who, fin-
ding their art ignored in the United
States, moved to the more hospitable
jazz scene in Europe. Prior to 15 years
I'RMY
SURPLUS
201 E. W shingtonfat ourth
OPEN M-SAT. 9,4
OPEN FRI. 9-8
994-3572a

Griffin: Saxophone jazz

spent on the continent, Griffin
established himself as one of jazz' most
important voices, performing with
pianists Bud Powell and Thelonius
Monk and drummer Art Blakey.
Nicknamed the "Little Giant," the 5-
foot-3-inch Griffin has always stood tall
as a player, making furious high-speed
bebop his trademark. His current band,
featuring Ronnie Matthews on piano,
maintains the high standards of taste
and virtuosity that Griffin has always
demanded of his sidemen. (This band
accompanied Griffin at the Michigan
Theater, when Griffin was seen sniffing
disdainfully at Cole's relatively
amateurish backup band.)
Griffin's shows are guaranteed pages
from jazz history, so local jazz fans are
behooved to hie on down to the U-Club
Saturday night to check out the Johnnie
Griffin quartet.
15% CUFFI
ALL MERCHANDISE
WITH THIS COUPONU
(Except Sole Items)
selected Merchandise up to 50%
off in our now bargain basement.
(Expires Wed., Oct. 13, 1982) M J

12 Weekend/October 8, 1982

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan