;age 18- The Michigan Daily- Friday, September 6,1991
More of the wisdom and wit of Mark Arm of Mudhoney
Tomorrow night, the Blind Pig:
Capt. Dave and the Psychedelic
Lounge Cats return to Ann Arbor,
their first tree-town gig since their
farewell show last spring before
they moved to Cali. Capt. Dave and
company's lounge music and
'seventies fetish are a must-see, so
catch them while they're here. For
more show information call 930-
0902. For more information on
Captain Dave's Fondue team, call
662-5995. Let The Love Boat sail
If you like Paul Simon, and we
don't even need to say who he is, see
him at Pine Knob in Clarkston
tonight. It will probably be cold
outside and you'll freeze on the
lawn (maybe not the pavilion) but
you'll feel all warm inside over his
great, meaningful music. Tickets are
$27 for both pavilion and lawn at
TicketMaster (p.e.s.c.). Show starts
at 8 p.m.
She wrote "Up Where We
Belong," performed by Joe Cocker
pnd Jennifer Warnes, a Top 40 smash
from the movie soundtrack from An
Officer and a Gentleman. She's an
Indian rights activist and has per-
formed on Sesame Street. She sup-
plied vocal sound for the erotic 9
1/2 Weeks. Who but Buffy Sainte-
Marie, a "complex person and per-
music at the Ark tonight for two
shows, 7:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. Tickets
are $15.25 at TicketMaster (p.e.s.c.)
If you can sing, dance, act, ham-
mer, paint and sew you're invited to
The University of Michigan
Gilbert and Sullivan Society's
mass organizational meeting for its
fall production of The Yeomen of
the Guard. Sunday at 7 p.m. in the
Henderson Room of the Michigan
League. Call 761-7855 for more de-
The Campus Orchestra is
expanding! 35-50 strong musicians
are needed for a new chamber
orchestra. An open rehearsal will
take place Wednesday at 7 p.m. at
the School of Music, room 1320.
This season's repertoire includes f
Stravinsky's Firebird Suite,
Beethoven's Sym-phony No. 5, and
Schubert's Unfinished Symphony.
Be a part of the first campus
chamber orchestra ever, history in
On Bits of TV
Me: Where do you find the
bits from TV at the
beginning of some of the
Mark: Find them off TV.
Me: Do you tape little bits
of TV with a tape recorder
Mark: I've been known to
On Steve Turner
Going Back to
Me: Why did Steve go back
Mark: 'Cause he prefers it.
Me: Is it the end of
Mark; I don't know.
Mark: Because the future is
uncertain and the end is al-
How Mark Keeps
his Vocal Chords in
Mark: I eat salt. Eat salt
and drink lots of beer. It's
really good for my high
blood pressure too.
Me: Do you have groupies?
Mark: If we do, I feel sorry
Mark: Because we don't
know that they exist.
On Staying a
College Band .
Me: Do you want to stay at
a certain level of success?
Mark: It'd be stupid to not
want to reach more people,
but I'm not counting on it.
I'm not expecting it to
Me: Why not?
Mark: I just don't think
we re easily served up on a
On Life Outside of
Me: What do you do when
you're not doing
Mark: Try to live a normal
Me: Does it work? Are you
recognized on the street?
Mark: Yeah it's so horrible.
I can't go anywhere. I dress
up as a garbage can and
walk down the sidewalk.
Me: No little kids ask you
Mark: No, but dogs pee on
former" the Ark calendar claims,
could do all those things and still
perform her primarily folk-based
CLASSIFIED ADS REALLY WORK
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the Stax/Volt studios, you know,
like Booker T. and the MG's proba-
bly recorded with it and stuff. So
we just figured that would be a lot
better vibe than, say, something
Heart had worked on.
Booker doesn't seem like he and
his friends would be an influence
for a band that has never used any
brass instruments on their records
and are apparently anti-commercial.
Me: What inspires you musi-
Mark: Punk rock. Sixties punk.
Jazz. I mean... like Mingus and
stuff. Some country stuff. Lots of
country blues. Little bit of rocka-
billy. No classical. Hardly any in-
Mark: Um, no. No, she's a nega-
tive inspiration, I think.
Mark: I went and saw the movie
(Truth or Dare) and I didn't like it
Me: You didn't think it was to-
Mark: No, I thought she was pa-
Mudhoney - Arm at least -
don't think that they have much to
do with metal, a genre more success-
ful than Madonna herself. When
you try to find them in the mall
record store, however, they're in the
metal/hard rock section near Jane's
Addiction. When I listen to
Mudhoney, I play them loud for
full effect. It's not like they're that
much like punk. But most metal is
on major labels and Mudhoney is
still on Sub Pop, a large independent
label. Their largest support is still
the college circuit in the USA.
Mark: I think the average head-
banger has never even heard of us.
Me: Would you like them to be
fans at all?
Mark: Do we have a choice?...
No, we don't go out of our way.
You know, if people like us, fine. If
people are stupid and like us, that's
kind of too bad.
Me: What do you think of main-
7Tc Alornatire to Stand-Up Comedy
WHERE: THE POWER CENTER
WHEN: FRIDAY, SEPT. 6 8:00 pm
WHY: To start the semester with a laugh before
the ravages of papers and exams get you down.
HOW: Get tickets at the UNION TICKET OFFICE or at
the door. Call 763-TKTS for more Info.
For students, IN ADVANCE $5.50
AT THE DOOR $6.50
$3.00 more for non-students
IT'S STILL CHEAPER THAN CATCHING THE NEW MICKEY
ROURKE, DON JOHNSON THRILLER AT SHOWCASE.
stream metal and metal lite? #
Mark: What do I think of it? I
don't dwell on it too much. It re-
ally doesn't have a whole lot to do
Me: Aren't you related to them
Mark: Jeez, I don't know. I never
Me: Is it selling out to go on a
Mark: Not necessarily. It's sell-
ing out to bend over backwards to be
on a major label.
Me: Do you think Soundgarden
and Nirvana (former labelmates
who are now on A & M and DGC,
respectively) did that?
Mark: No, I think they're doing
okay. You know if you can live with
the music that you play and you
make it on to a major label, then*
you're doing fine.
Me: Could you see yourself stay-
ing on Sub Pop forever?
Mark: I don't know. Nothing's
MUDHONEY rags at St. Andrew's
Hall in Detroit on Saturday night
with special guests Ann Arbor's
Laughing Hyenas and Gas Hoffer.
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Michigan League, 3rd floor
Meet the new Danish and Swedish
lecturers & exchange students
The Office of
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332 Maynard St.
across from Nickels Arcade
is offering a
variety of jobs
during the Fall Term 1991.
" Wages range from $5 - $10 per hour
* Undergraduates may work up to 15 hours/wk.
" Graduate students may work up to 20 hours/wk.
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The Office of Minority Affairs
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