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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, December 11, 1985 -Page 10-
Boston bar-rock

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OMORROW night, Ann Arbor is go-
Ting to get its chance to rock with sorne
of the best as the Del Fuegos grace the
Nectarine Ballroom while touring to
promote their latest album, Boston,
Mass. The show starts at 7:30 p.m.
and will be opened by local artists
Map of the World.
If the Del Fuegos could be com-
pared to any sort of food it would have
to be a good hamburger. Their rough
and rowdy brand of rock and roll is
real hearty and, not to get overly
patriotic, distinctively American
flavored.
Rejecting their New Hampshire
hometown four years ago to pursue
their musical inclinations, The Del
Fuegos settled in Boston shortly after
high school. Says singer Dan Zanes,
in retrospect, "It was the first band
for everyone except Woody
Geissmann (drummer - formerly of
the Embarassments)." Incredibly
enough, he adds "We got the record
deal overnight after only a year and
a half of sending tapes."
In 1984, the band's debut record,
The Longest Day met with unanimous
praise from critics and college radio
stations alike - all of whom went wild
over the back to basics, garage band
oriented R&R.
Later that year, The Del Fuegos'
record label, Slash was taken over in
distribution by Warner Bros. Bigger
times were coming, and so were a few
changes. Session guitarist Jim

Ralston was brought in for a little help
on the next record. Why? "If you've
ever seen us, there's not a lot of guitar
virtuosity, or on the first album," ex-
plains Zanes, "If you listen to any
album that's getting played often,
there's some pretty awesome guitar
playing.. . Warren (brother and
guitarist) and I learned more about
guitar from (Ralston) than we would
in two years."
As for the actual resultant changes
in the band's style on the tracks of
Boston, Mass, The Del Fuegos may
have cleaned up but they haven't
glossed over their rough and rootsy
feel. "We're getting better, we'll keep
getting wilder," Zanes observes, "It's
a weird thing for people to com-
prehend if they think of us as un-
derground. We approach the un-
derground as being a phase you have
to go through to get above ground.. .
We just want to be a professional
rock and roll band... a professional
garage band. We don't want to be a
garage band. Just because we can't
play our instruments we kind of are
by default."
YEA, BUT WHAT ABOUT- The
Boss? rock and Roll is in again, three
cheers for the red, white and blue...
doesn't this new trend help The Del
Fuegos? "I think because we grew up
listening to music of the '50s and '60s,
the music we play now would be like
that regardless," Zanes explains, But
it's a case of being in the right place at
the right time."

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Baroque masters

By Katie Gentile
That magical and long-awaited
week is finally upon us. yes, those
seven wonderful days of final exams
are staring us all in the face. What to
do? Treat yourself to a great concert
sponsored by the local organization
Ars Musica.
Ars Musica has been performing
out of Ann Arbor for over fifteen
years, and despite having received
much national recognition, they are
still continually over-looked by the
local population. In fact, Ars Musica
is one of the only organizations that
play chamber music on the Baroque
instruments it was written for.
Their concert Sunday will be a won-
derful example of Baroque music at

its best. It will feature the Parisian
Quartet by the pre-eminent Baroque
composer Georg Telemann. The
chamber ensemble will consist of four
musicians. The instruments used will
be authenticly Baroque.
Now, if you still can't seem to tear
yourself away from that increasing
multitude of studying, think of this:
the Baroque era produced music that
is usually absent from the list of
"popular" classical music due to the
unique sounds created by the original
Baroque instruments. So dispell your
previous notions of all classical music
being the same. Pry those weary,
blood-shot eyes out of the texts and at-
tend the relaxing and innovative Ars
Musica concert, Sunday December 15,
at 8 p.m., at the First Congregational
Church of Ann Arbor.

Call Capt. Power or Lt. Bembenek collect at (313) 668-2211.

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