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ARTS

The Michigan Daily

Friday, December

Roches keep

doing what

By Barbara Misle.
THiE ROCHES' incredible harmony
T filled the Power Center
Wednesday night and left admirers of
all ages wanting more when the hour-
and-a-half concert flew by.
The concert opened with Maggie,
Terre and Suzzy Roche belting out a
powerful "Losing True" and the show
maintained a superior level of quality

that is characteristic of their perfor-
mances.
They sang old favorites from their
first and second albums' like "Ham-
mond Song," "One Season," and "Nur-
ds" as well as favorites from their new
album (Keep -on Doing) like "The
Outlaw" and "Keep on Doing What You
Do/Jerks on the Loose."
Maggie's somber piano playing and
Suzzy's hysterical dedication of "Want
Not Want Not" to President Reagan en-
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tranced and entertained the audience.
After two encores they finished with the
first song from their debut album,
"We."
Tuesday afternoon while Maggie and
Terre were signing autographs at
Schoolkid's Records, Suzzy talked to
the Daily in her hotel room.
Daily: The Roches have been
classified as a "feminist folk group," do
you think of yourselves as feminists?
Suzzy: People have used the word
feminist in regards to us and that is not
us saying that. People don't really
listen to what you do. They form an
image of you on what they heard-oh,
feminist something or other.
The people who read the Village
Voice and The New York Times and
Rolling Stone base their entire view on
everything on what those people say.
They want you to know that they're
cool. But to me, I'm not interested in
cool, because I've seen cool and I've
been cool and after while there's
something other than cool to go on.
Daily: What did you do before the
three of you started singing together?
Suzzy: Maggie and Terre made a
record (Seductive Reasongin) and then
quit singing, and went to Hammond
(Louisiana, same one as the song) to a
Kung-Fu temple. I was down there too.
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