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The Michigan DaIly - Monday, March 14. 1994 - 7

Various Artists "The Acid Jazz Test Part I" is a

The Acid Jazz Test
Moonshine Music
Acid Jazz is a hybridization of
jazz, techno, soul and rap, which when
mixed together correctly, raises all of
the included musical genres to an
unexpected level. Not concerned with
pleasing any one musical form, Acid
Jazz juxtaposes differing musical
genres and creates a music that can be
as complex as it is danceable.

collection that gives a fairly
representative view of what American
Acid Jazz is. Differing from its British
counterpart, American Acid Jazz is
more rap and soul oriented, hence
making it more accessible to an
American dance crowd. Acid Jazz's
influences can be seen in many rap
groups such as Tribe Called Quest,
US3 and Digable Planets.
"All I Need" by Jhelisa

successfully combines danceable
beats with a positive theme, while not
sacrificing either. The combination
on this song of vibraphone, piano,
flute and drum beats creates a sound
that could only happen in Acid Jazz.
Unfortunately, some of the other
experiments do not work as well. "A
Headnaddas Journey to the Planet
Adidi-skizm" is a run-on sentence
that goes nowhere. "Kiss Like a
Frenchman" is flat out ridiculous and

"Never Give Up" sounds like a Soul
II Soul cover, which may appeal to
some, butis outof placeon this album.
Even though some of the
experiments went sour, the strength
of the majority of the songs makes
this album more than a worthy
purchase. Not only is it a sampling of
American Acid Jazz, "The Acid Jazz
Test" is a very danceable album that
takes some risks, and comes out ahead.
- Ben Ewy

KRONOS
Continued from page 5
help when they performed her Quartet
No. 4, and the piece did not come off
as well as it could have.
The works by Raymond Scott were
by far the best pieces on the program.
Scott arranged for Kronos threeshort
pieces entitled "Dinner Music for A
Pack of Hungry Cannibals,"
"Powerhouse" and "Twilight in.
Turkey." Scott's use of musical
quotations as subtle humor brought a
chuckle to the audience. All of these

brief but momentous pieces brought
life into the concert.
"Mach." a work by John Oswald,
was more of a humorous statement
than a work to be analyzed. His
technique of audioquoting w as used
extensively. The combination of rock
music with a string quartet was funny
but had no other notable qualities.
Despite its shortcomings, the
concert was a success and the audience
enjoyed themselves. It was great to
see so many young people on Saturday
night and it is important to appreciate
Kronos' effort to increase classical
music awareness.

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NOW IS THE TIME
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150,000 AWARDS of Student
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CRUISE SHIPS NOW HIRING - Eam up
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EARN CASH STUFFING envelopes at
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PRODUCTION
The Michigan Daily is look-
ing for help in producing the
Classified Ad pages next
fall.You must be able to work
1.5 - 2 hours per day (Mon-
day- Friday between the
hours of 12:30 - 3:00). Neat-
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You will be working with a
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gaining valuble work experi-
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Contact Susan or Mike
at 764-0556 for more
information.

PART-TIME SPR. & full-time sum. for
loading and/or delivery of packaged ice. Call
or amply in person. at Partytime Ice, Co. 1854
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0430.
PRODUCTION ASSISTANT- Part-time
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needed. Call Ms. Kane at 663-1822.
Rh NEGATIVE semen donors are needed
and will be paid $120 per acceptable
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Write APRL, P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, M
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SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for a well es-
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SOCIAL RESEARCH telephone
interviewers. The U of M Survey Research
Center telephone facility is now recruiting
people with good communication skills and a
pleasant telephone manner to conduct social
science research telephone interviews. Some
typing ability needed, 20 hrs. per week,
nights and weekends. Start at $6/hr., $7/hr.
for Spanish speaking bi-linguals. 5 nights of
training. A y in person March 2-March 16,
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info. call 763-7339 for tap message. No
further calls accepted. An ual Opportunity,
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SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS/care givers
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Prefer availability between 11-1 pm. Other
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Campaign to save endangered species,
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SUMMER JOB Opportunities at Mackinac
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:' } " .E $ S "ERVIC .,
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couple. Lifelong Ann Arbor residents. From
April/May 94 for a minimum of 9 months.
Phone 484-9429 weekdays, 313/475-1827
evenings & weekends.
JETAWAY TRAVEL welcomes students
back! Hope your trip was super & thankst
LOW FARES- London from $398, Germany
from $398. Other low rices for Europe
available. Regency Travel 209S. State 665-
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ROMANTIC SPRING Hideawayl Cozy log
cabins on lake. $49-$69 nightly, includes hot
tub, boats, canoes, and morel Traverse City,
Ellis Lake Resort, 616/276-9502.
STUDENT TRAVEL BREAKS CAN
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Stamos Family of Travel 663-4400.
STUDENT TRAVELLERS
Call now and save the best prices available
for Railpasses and Discount Airfare!
INTERNATIONAL BACKPACKERS
UNION 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday I-
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STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
Continental fr. $159/$279. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Diane at
Regency Travel 209S. State 665-6122.
TOUR CZECH Rep. this summer w/ Czech
cit. & UM Sr. 668-2686 or MTS M.
Warwick,
HERB DAVID GUITAR Studio. 302 E.
Liberty. 665-8001. Lessons: pop, folk, blues,
Free lesson special. Not just guitars.
BILLY JOEL tickets for sale-March 21.
First level. 668-6469.
WANTED: 1 RICHFIELD ticket March 20.
Grateful Dead show, 764-8853.
BILLY JOEL Tix. March 21, fourth row
floorM Call 996-0135.
PEARL JAM 2 tix, Masonic taking offers,
741-1173.
WICCA CLASS Mon. or Wed., 7-10, Mar.
14/16-Apr 18/20. Aurora, 665-5550.
FREE FIREWOOD
Fresh cut Maple wood. Call 313/562-5756
for details.
2 ROOMMATES wanted to share apt. on
Abbey-Church St. fum., prkg. 763-2716.

OOM MATES
FEMALE NEEDED-Fall 94. Find a 2
bdrm.napt. with me near campus. Each have
own wroo. Non-smoker. Call 764-0792.
FEMALE WANTED to rent room in 3
bdrm. house, non-smokig. 994-8173.
FURN. ROOM available in large house.
Parking, laundry, etc. May 94-May 95. $315/
mo. + util. 930-2955 - Jenny.
ROOMMATE NEEDED to share great 2
bdrm. apt. in Grecnbriar with grad student.
Sum./Fall lease-near N. Campus 747-7518.
ROOMMATES WANTED. Male and
female to share fabulous 2 bedroom bi-level.
apartments with all the extras. Call CMB
Management 741-9300.
PERSONAL:
4-YEAR OLD, LOVING Mom and Dad in
Washington, D.C. area wish to adopt infant.
brother or sister. Close extended family in
area. Let's help each other. Med./legal/travel
paid. Please call Jessica or Bob at 1-800/864-
8385.
ADOPTION: LOVING, christian couple to
adopt new born. 1-800/850-0090.
PREGNANT? Are you or someone you care.
about pregnant and not in the position to be a
parent. Please help a loving couple be a
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PREGNANT? Not what you had planned.
Unsure what to do? Adoptive couple eagerly,
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PROBLEM PREGNANCY HELP
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COME SEE the area's best selection of
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To explore job opportunities aval, w[M'e
ColorWorks call 1-800/477-1001 & talk w/a
campus representative.

WORD PROCESSING. All kinds
Professional. Reasonable. 482-4410.

INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYMENT -
Make up to $2,000 - $4,000+/mo. teaching
basic conversational English abroad. Japan,
Taiwan, and S. Korea. Many employers
provide room & board + other benefits. No
teaching background or Asian languages
required. For more information call: 206/632-
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MAKE MEMORIES...At our prestigious
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for general counselors; art; ceramics; archery;
tennis; dance; gymnastics; volleyball; soccer;
WSI/lifeguard; sewing; photography. Please
contact: Trail's End Camp, 1714 Wantagh
Ave., Wantagh, NY 11793, phone 516/781-
5200.
MINUTES FROM North Campus. Subway
is now accepting applications for current and
spring and summer employment. Part time
lunch/dinner shifts. Apply 1701 Plymouth
Rd., next to Video Watch, after 2.
Michigan Union
Food Service-
has positions
for Waitstaff /
and Student
Managers at
the Union. Call /
Charles Nelson
at 763-5789.
EARN CASH while working out. Depend-
able people with reliable transportation
needed for flyer distribution in the Ann Ar-
bor/Ypsilanti area. Excepting applications
and on the spot interviewing on March 14,
from 2 p.m.- 5 p.m., and on March 15, from
10 a.m.- 12p.m., at Glencoe Hill Apartments,
located on Washtenaw, 1/4 mile east of US-
23. No phone calls please.
EARN OVER $100/HR. processing our mail
at home. For info call 202/310-5958.
GREAT SUMMER OPPORTUNITY
Asphalt maintenance co. looking for day time
laborers. Salaried position. Make $ while
working outdoors. Only 2 spots available.
Call now 313/548-6972.
GREENPEACE JOBS. Promote/educate
global ecological sanity. Call 761-1996.
IDEAL JOB for Graduate student! General
help wanted for small home office near North
campus. Work includes submitting and
retrieving magnetic tapes, managing UPS
packaging, handling subscription records and
making bank deposits. Should be organized,
neat and efficient. Own car essential. Avail-
able immediately, with at minimum, a com-
mitment thru summer to December. 15-20
hrs./wk., fairly flexible hours. $7.50 plus gas
money. 665-3520.
INSTRUCTORS for track, gymnastics,
swim (W.S.L) and tennis needed by comm.
ed. and rec. Apply immediately at 2765
Boardwalk, Ann Arbor or call 994-2300, ext.
233.
MOTHER'S HELPER to do light
hseke n .rr ands & chilA cr A

WANTED: Subjects for Psychology experi-
ment on perception at U of M. The experi-
ment takes 2 hours to complete and pays $15.
To qualify, must be right-handed, a native
English speaker, and have vision correctable
to 20120. To sign up, call 763-3127.
YOUNG LIFE! A Christian outreach to local
high school kids. Interested in being a leader?
Call Corky at 665-2378.

Classf ied Page TOPAY!!!! !
SINGLE in 2 bdrn. apt. May-Aug. Close to
campus & CCRB, laundry, furn. $295/mo.
Karen 769-9451.
SP/SU: 1 bdrm./3 bdm. apt. $200/mo. 747-
9937 Mary St. Fans, A/C, & laundry!
SPACE FOR RENT May-Aug fum. pkn .
Idry bus access 1015 Ann $250/mo. 747-
9507.
SPRJSUM SUBLET 1 room in 7 bdnn.
g ouse w/more rooms available Good
ocation, 2 blocks behind Union, price neg.,
util. not incl., Call Sapna 996-1726.
SPRJSUM. sublet for 3 or 4 people. Fum., 2
kitchens, 2 bathrms. Free prkg. Best location.
713 Church. 998-0566.
STYLISH STUDIO to sublet. Good location
many extras. Must see to believe. Avail.
May-Aug @ $350/mo. + util. OBO Call
Chris 994-0322.
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S$ $ W
Wanted: Self-motivated & ambitious
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Maritime Services. 1-208/860-0219.
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Brig $, bigchallenge, bi experience. Call for
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Cozrdnator:
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RSTESS & TIME
MANAGEMENT
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1993-94 Peer Education Programs
Thank You For
A Difference!
University Health Service
would like to recognize and
thank the following students
for their participation in
providing other students with
important health information
on stress & time management,
alcohol & other drugs, safer
sex, healthy & disordered
eating and contraceptive
education.
man
CONTRACEPTIVE EDUCATION
Celeste Bondon
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Sumita Kaul
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ING Laurie Stein
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r Nicole Ury
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ATTENTION JUNIORS AND SENIORS
Have Jobs Yet?...
96% of students participating
in our summer internship program
were placed in career jobs.
For information call Shelly Smith
995-4441.

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