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Pa ge 8 - The Michigan Daily -- Friday, September 26, 1986

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Records~
(Continued from Page 7)

Gone Fishin'
CAN'T GET LOST WHEN
;YOU'RE COIN' NOWHERE
R estless
Gone Fishin' are Matt Piucci of
the Rain Parade and Tim Lee of
the Windbreakers. From the
sound of their first album, Can't
Get Lost When You're Goin'
Nowhere, it seems like they would
have been more successful if

they'd gone fishin' rather than
making this record.
The record is mostly composed
of slow songs similar to those of
the Rain Parade. The big
difference is that the Rain
Parade's slower material is
dreamy, moody and crisp. Gone
Fishin's songs, 'on the other hand,
are sort of bland and boring.
Unfortunately Gone Fishin' don't
stray far enough from the Rain
Parade style to avoid comparisons

to this far superior band. Une can
just hear the Rain Parade doing
stronger versions' of Gone Fishin'
songs like "Too Many Eyes."
Gone Fishin' are best when
they rock out as in "Lift Up" and
"Something Happened" or when
they hedge to the folky side of life
on "Charlie Jones."
Simply put-you'd be much
better off investing in Rain
Parade.
-Danny Plotnick

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Violinist H~enry k Szery ng is the featured soloist in this Sunday's performance by the Detroit Symphony Or-
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Auditorium; for more information, contact the University Musical Society at 764-2538.,

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