Wednesday, July 29, 1992 - The Michigan Daily Summer Weekly -11
THIS WEEK IN ARTS
Coming Together of the Four Sacred Directions, a beautiful,
multi-media display of Native American art. Through Friday, Union
Art Lounge on the first floor and North Campus Commons Art
School of Art Brown Bag Lecture, Marc Wise will talk about his
experiences as a truck driver and photographer. Monday 12 p.m.,
Art and Architecture room 2104, free.
Scottish Country Dancing, beginning, advanced and social
dances. Thursday 7:30 p.m., North Campus Commons Atrium,
Before the Shadow of Morning. Eight emotionally disturbed
inmates and no doctor: See the chaos Thursday through Saturday
8 p.m., Sunday 2 p.m. Trueblood Theater, $7, $4 students and
Judy Tenuta, the goddess of comedy, love and "dancing studs"
visits Ann Arbor. Friday & Saturday, Mainstreet, 996-9080 for
Ann Arbor Civic Band presents "A Sousa Spectacular!" Tonight, 8
p.m., West Park Band Shell, free.
Montage perform for free at the Liberty Park Plaza Mid-day, Mid-
town Music series. Tomorrow, 12 p.m. -1 p.m., corner of Liberty
and Division, free.
A Reasonable Facsimile perform Renaissance Street Music on
recorders, cittem, dulcimer, Renaissance guitar, flutes, etc.
Tomorrow, 12:30 p.m., University Hospital Courtyard, free.
Monty Python's Jabberwocky is a definite genius comic interpre-
tation of the poem. Tonight and tomorrow, 7:30 p.m., Michigan
Theater, 668-8397 for more information.
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Oooh, more guitar playing Brits!
And look, there's two women in the
band as well! More washy, womby,
wacky ChapterLush crush? No, no, a
thousand times no! Thankfully, the
Heart Throbs' Jubilee Twist has noth-
ing in common with their blurry,
shoegazing compatriots. At times
sounding like a heavier Sundays with-
out the Smiths fixation, the Throbs are
well on their way to becoming a great
band. Basically, the Heart Throbs po-
Opening with the gorgeous, almost
ethereal "Tiny Feet," the Throbs prove
that they have quite away with melody,
without having to hide behind zillions
quait nnwusiy, wn
Girl Became The Stair
on a bouncy bassline a
it up for the whole all
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-s" swoops along wind of cerebral headtrip bull's-eye
nd sweet harmo- psychedelia. Guitarist/singer John
Kimbrough's dreamy candyland voice
y can'tquitekeep and swirly melodies recall early 1980s
bum, but Jubilee popsters The Three O' Clock, while
step in the right Candice Belanoff (bass) and Joey
Waronker(drums)lay it down hard and
-Scott Sterling heavy.
The title cut not-so-subtly borrows
"Love You Better"and "Factory" both
rip into the panic zone. But through the
sonic haze,WaltMink'sstrengthlies in
ashed more than their ability to writecatchy, hook-filled
their time. And songs."SmoothingTheRide"willstick
n lined the same to your ears like Crazy Glue, and
dicted, but that's "Chowdertown" is sing-along heaven.
enin' power trio Yummy.
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If Karen Carpenter and her brother
had a bliss, or more correctly a pseudo-
bliss band, they would have made In
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The U-M Department of Safety & North Campus Family
" ousing are Proud to Sponsor:
An International Evening of
Fun and Entertainment
Tuesday, August 4, 1992
4-6 PM Volleyball Tournament
6-7 PM Meet your neighbors and University staff,
Emergency vehicle display and inspection
7-8:30 PM Entertainment
North Campus Diag
(near the intersection of Bonisteel & Murfin)
The Best of Campus Life
- Great Location
Corner of S. University & S Forest
536 S Forest Ave
Walt Mink sport some seriously hep sportswear, namely John Kimbrough's 761 210f
Bobby Brady striped zip-front tee.
Join the Fun and
Get to Know Your Neighbors!
S ;pecie Activities for Kids!