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The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 16, 1994 - 11

DO THAT VOODOO WHEN YOU DO THAT HOODOO GURU

After a three year break, Australia's
Hoodoo Gurus are back with a brand
spanking new album called "Crank."
The Gurus consistently proved
themselves to be one of the
brightest spots in the relatively dead
music world of the '80s. Of course,
we all know the brightest spot was
Ratt, don't we folks?
But seriously, blending country,
blues and garage rock, the Gurus
came up with a sound that was
original without being too
pretensiously experimental. "Crank"
is reintroducing the 'Gurus to the
'90s after '91's "Kinky" failed to
make a large dent. The album
contains rockin' barn burners like
"The Right Time," twangy ballads
like "Nobody" and one hell of a good
hopped-up amphetamine blues song
called "Gospel Train."
And then there's their rockin'
Christmas album, which is more
than worth any trouble you'll go
through to find it. Who cares if they
remain a cult band? We who know
'em, like 'em. You can see them if
you promise to be really cool,
tonight at St. Andrew's in Detroit.
It's an early show, so the doors
open at 6 p.m. And if you're really
good boys and girls, maybe they'll
do a chorus of "0 Little Town of
Bethlehem." Call 961-MELT.

Ann Arbor Blues & Jazz Fest
Friday
8 p.m. at the Micigan Theater. Starring Gil Scott-
Heron, Charles Brown and Ben Harper. Prices vary, $15-
$50. For more info, call 747-9955.
Saturday
12 noon at Gallup Park (gates open at 11 a.m.). Featuring WAR, Winston
Walls, Norma Jean Bell & the All Stars, the Larry McCray Band, Sir Mack
Rice and the Washtenaw Community College Jazz Orchestra. For more info,
call 747-9955.
8 p.m. at the Micigan Theater. Featuring the Roy Hargrove Quintet, the
Toshiko Akiyoshi Quartet and Lew Tabackin. For more info, call 747-9955.
Sunday
12 noon at Gallup Park (gates open at 11 am.). Featuring Taj
Mahal, the Gene Harris Quartet, Beau Jocque & the Zydeco
High Rollers, the James Harman Band, the Steve Nardella
Rock & Roll Trio and Highest Praise. For more info, call
747-9955.

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Friday, September 16
Faculty Recital: Yizhak Schotten, viola,
and Katherine Collier, piano
Assisted by Karen Lykes, mezzo-soprano; Andrew Jennings, and
Paula Sokol Elliott, violin; and Anthony Elliott, cello
- Brahms: Two Songs, op. 91; Scherzo in C Minor
- Prokofiev: Five Pieces from the Ballet Romeo and Juliet
" Kreisler: Preludium and Allegro
" Dvorak: Piano Quintet in A, op. 81
Recital Hall, School of Music, 8 p.m., free
Saturday, September 17
Faculty/Guest Recital: Frank Ward, Jr., bass-baritone,
and Kelley Benson, piano
" Brahms: Four Serious Songs
* Schubert: Schwanengesang (excerpts)
* Mozart, Puccini, and spirituals
Recital Hall, School of Music, 8 p.m., free
All events are free, unless specified otherwise, and
wheelchair accessible. For up-to-date listings of
School of Music events, please call the Music Hotline,
763-4726. The School of Music is located at 1 100
Baits Drive on the U-M North Campus.

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