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The Michigan Daily

Thursday, October 1, 1987

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'Fellows'

By Robert Flaggert
When asked about the kind of
music his band played, singer/song-
writer of the Young Fresh Fellows
Scott McCaughey had this to say: "I
just don't see any reason for listen-
ing to or playing just one kind of
music. It's like liking only one kind
of person... there has to be a vari-
ety.'
And there is. If you go ahead and
compare them to the Replacements,
or rank them in one specific genre of
music you'll be mistaken. The Fel-
lows play a "variety" of different
musical styles that are influenced by
Aerosmith, Hank Williams, and
nearly everyone in between. "We
take a little from all kinds of music,
be it metal, country, or wimpy pop,
and put it all together," explains
McCaughey. The result is tremen-
dous.

An unknown number of years
ago, the Young Fresh Fellows was
formed when drummer Tad Hutch-
inson, and guitarist Chuck Carroll
decided to play together after
breaking up with their respective
bands. McCaughey, who had played
in the past with Carroll, remained
with him through the transition as
did bassist Jim Sangster with
Hutchinson.
The band managed to stay out of
the limelight for the first year or so,
focusing on the music they were
producing in their garage, which
they eventually released on the
Popllama label. To date they have
released three albums, the first two
on Popllama, and their new album,
The Men Who Loved Music, o n
Frontier.
The new LP is nothing but
praiseworthy, containing cuts rang-
ing from country-like ballads to
psychedelic funk. With McCaughey

avoid
often having nothing to say (and
saying it so well) and Hutchinson,
Carroll, and Sangster pushing and
pulling the listener, we are exposed
to a number of dissimilar tunes -
the likes of which may never have
been heard before.
On their current tour, the Fellows
are being received quite well across
the Midwest considering the fact that
they hail from Seattle and tour
mainly along the West coast. Rumor
has it that since the release of the
new LP the boys have been given
some sort of renewed energy to
reduce stages to smoldering cinders,
and home stereos into flame lapping.
masses of metallic glory. Ani~
Arbor, you have been warned.
The Young Fresh Fellows will be
at the Blind Pig tonight. Cover is
$4.

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The Young Fresh Fellows have been received enthusiastically on their midwest tour. They will
performing tonight at the Blind Pig.

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Stories From China's Past

'Xiwangmu' (Queen Mother of the West) is one of the many artworks feaured in the new exhibit 'Stories From
China's Past' at the University Museum of Art. The showing consists of Han Dynasty pictorial tomb reliefs and
archaeological objects from the Sichuan province of the People's Republic of China. 'Stories' is on display
through October 25th.

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