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October 13, 1986 - Image 18

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BY GREG PTACEK the
RECORD WATCH me
... voce
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S eth Justman of the J. Geils Band is produc- ard:
ing Debbie Harry's comeback album ... sing
Two songs by L.A.-based hard rock band- Stra
Hurricane can be heard on the soundtrack to wor
the new film, The PrincessAcademy. The group new
is already at work on their second album, with next
Quiet Riot mainstay Carlos Cavazo and ex- er K
bassist Rudy Sarzo expected to contribute to the The
record. Younger brothers Tony Cavazo and Rob- with
ert Sarzo are in Hurricane ... Simply Red's of P
Mick Hucknall plans to collaborate on songs for wor
the English group's next album with legendary duci
songwriter Lamont Dozier, one-third of the Hol- Fran
land/Dozier/Holland writing team that wrote all albu
of the Supremes hits. In fact, Motown has re- Hou
leased a three-album package in honor of the O.M
25th anniversary of the first Supremes release. bum
The anniversary album includes 20 Supremes bum
hits as well as 10 previously unreleased selec- evan
tions ... Heart's Nancy Wilson and songwriter
Holly Knight, who has formed her own band
called Device, are planning to collaborate on a
single and video. Knight co-wrote the group's hit
"Never" ... Bob Geldof says Dave Stewart
of the Eurythmics will produce his solo album,
which should be out by December. Paul
McCarteny, Paul Young, George Michael,
Elton John and David Bowie have all volun-
teered to appear on the record ... Little Ste-
ven Van Zandt's next project focuses on the
plight of the Navajo Indians in Arizona, who are
being forced to relocate in a treaty agreement
with the Hopi tribe . .. Stevie Ray Vaughan
appears on Don Johnson's new album ...
Steve Miller is in the studio working on a new
LP, tentatively entitled Dust My Blues. .. John
Fogerty's follow-up to his No. 1 LP should be
out shortly ... Hindu Love Gods-you may
not recognize the name but the faces are famil-
iar. "Narrator" is the first and perhaps only sin- Red
gle by the sometime band made up of R.E.M. coo

'd rock newcomers Hurricane are among
groups expecting to release new albums in
coming months.
mbers Mike Mills, Peter Buck and Bill Berry,
alist Bryan Cooke and Warren Zevon ...
nte-garde New York band the Lounge Liz-
s have been signed to Island Records. Lead
er John Lurie starred in the cult hit movie,
inger Than Paradise ... Suzanne Vega is
king with Let's Active's Mitch Easter on a
album ... Expect REO Speedwagon's
t album in November. Lead singer/songwrit-
evin Cronin says it will have no ballads ...
Red Hot Chili Peppers are in the studio
producer Keith Levene, a founding member
ublic Image Limited ... Sheena Easton is
king with Narada Michael Walden, the pro-
er of Whitney Houston's first and Aretha
klin's latest multi-platinum albums. Easton's
m is scheduled to be released in the fall.
ston's second LP is due in September ...
.D. should also be releasing their next al-

' ON THE ROAD
ummer '86 may go down as the biggest
ever for the concert business. All the stats
aren't in yet, but more than 40 of the top
100 chart acts were on tour between June and
the end of August. While Van Halen, Bob Dy-
lan/Tom Petty and ZZ Top along with the Am-
nesty International Tour went the stadium route
the vast majority of acts opted for smaller are-
nas, sometimes playing several dates in one city,
as did Bob Seger. Promoters say that the key to
this summer's success was the number of
strongudosb e blls, which included sheOutfield
opening for Starship, The Fixx for the Moody
Blues and Peter Frampton for Stevie Nicks.
Inside sources suggest that more major acts
were touring in America this summer than in pre
vious years because of the fear of terrorsm
abroad ... Emerson, Lake and Powell
launched their American tour on August 15 ..
Stevie Winwood will be touring the States in
September ... The long-awaited American tour
by the Pet Shop Boys will commence this fall
... The Fixx, fresh off their summer tour with
the Moody Blues, plans to play in the western
U.S. in September. If you thought the Fixx/
Moody Blues bill was an odd pairing of new and
old, Fixx drummer Adam Woods couldn't agree
with you more. The alternative was opening for
the Starship. According to Woods, "The
Moody Blues seemed the lesser of two evils,
really." Woods hastened to add that he doesn't
dislike the Moody Blues, but doesn't really like
them either ... Simple Minds' return to the
U. S. in September for the third leg of their "Once
Upon A Time" tour.

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