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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6-THE LETHBRIDQE July Turntable Topics New English group in spotlight By BILL KUCHERAN 10 C.C. As children they saw 'the American Dream' in movies and as adolescents they got their first musical in- fluences from the radio music of the early and as qualified musicians they learned from the Bonzo Dog Band all these influences can be seen in England's hottest new 10 C C The four members incorporate keyboards and moog as basic with their fine in which they being in the forefront A commercial sounding but excellent mix- ture of pop rock forms the basis of their with such touches as numerous tempo and melody changes in each and good vocal interplay making each cut stand out Their lyrics are satirical of middle class teenage as well as showing deeper human insights Their album '10 C C is definitely one of the best albums of the year Records UKS Starless and Bible Black King Crimson All of King Crimson's six albums have pushed farther DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS HOSACK Dentil Mechanic Suite 8 304 5th St S Ph 327-7244 Lelhbrldge away from set musical and this new one is no exception The album features several lilting dominated by John Wet ton's smooth and some fine lyrics by Richard Palmer- James Most of the is involved with several extended instrumen- tal cuts the rhythmically built passages feature the excellent in- terplay between Robert Fnpp's guitar and mellotron segments and the violins and keyboards of David drums of Bill Bruford and Wetton's bass There is no doubt King Crimson has reached a musical level few groups will ever acheive SD Pretzel Dan Steely Dan have been on a steady road of improvement since their 1972 'Can't Buy A Thrill' Ip their third offers a unique sound of jazz influenced rock Us- ing rhythmic they overlay the solid bass lines with keyboards guitars and oc- casional along with dis- tinctive harmonic vocals Production is and the album is an enjoyable product by some talented musicians Records ABCD The the Hoople Having established themselves as stars with their AT THE ELKS CLUB of LETHBRIDGE DURING WHOOP-UP DAYS SALLY DEE and the PLAINSMEN TONIGHT thru SATURDAY July 15th to 20th p.m. to a.m. FOR MEMBERS and INVITED GUESTS Expo Mormon Choir Chicago July Expo Jack Benny July 5 days Disneyland and Expo Augutl 17 daya low J10S 105 Expo Water Aug. daya. Expo Charlie Pride Aug. 5 Expo Royal Lippizan Stallion Aug. 5 Expo Jim and Buck Aug.lSth Expo Aug. 5 Expo Canada Week 4 Aug. 28th........ Expo Merle Haggard Aug. 5 daya Expo Kretkln Sept. Weal Coaat Autumn Tour Sept. 12 Lake Columbia Ice Expo Expo Soviet Union A NHL Hockey S daya SI OS Expo Porter Wagoner Sept. 5 daya EaMern Canada Autumn Tour. Quebec Prince Edward Niagara Oct. low t.po Polynesian Oct. 5 105 Expo Guy Lombardo Oct. 4 Expo Oct. 5 Expo Western International Hockey Oct. Expo Ella Fitzgerald Nov. daya........ Grand Nov. Potodena Rose Bowl Dec. 26th Florida Dtoney World .Jan. 11-34 Includes Transportation and Accommodation NORTHERN BUS TOURS 327-3536 329-4474 AIM Plnclwr Creok Tnvtl 'Mott' Mott the Hoople are faced with the task of con- solidating their hold on the record buying public The Hoople' 1 p shows they should mostly succeed They first had to fill the gap left by the departure of guitarist Mick they did so with Ariel which is the pseudonym for Luther formerly of Spooky Tooth For their they again offer a solid rock and roll sound balanced by a few quieter all touched with leader Ian Hunter's wit and polish A few songs are and while not as good as their last I it should appease their new fans. PC Exotic Birds and Fruit Procol Harum Often called the 'literary' rock Procol Harum's new album is a solid but un- spectacular effort A simple sound of Gary Brooker's voice and the organ and guitar is used and there is little overdubbing The songs are melodic pop-rock generally laid back with the odd faster cut Not by a longshot their best but at least an acceptable perhaps a little more variety more would help on their next record CHT Suzi Quatro Suzi Quatro is the latest of rock music's overnight sen- sations A Detroit she was taken to England in 1971 by producer Mickie Most A band was and follow- ing two hits in Europe she was launched back across the Atlantic Her high pitched voice suits the hard rock which is also helped by some powerful guitar work Although a bit trendy T she proves she does have talent enough to make at least one album solidly entertaining Skin-Tight Skin Alley A four man English this is Skin Alley's second album released in North America Once very jazz in- they are now more popish in orientation They divide their songs catchy pop slower ballad styles and creative hard rock. All the elements of the album are with the result that 'Skin- Tight' is a commercial- ly appealing album SBA The Golden Scarab Ray Manzarek Following the death of Jim Morrison in the Doors produced one under rated album and then one poor Ip before quietly disbanding Drummer Densmore and guitarist Kneger went to England where they combined with Jess Rodin and several other musicians to form the Butts Band Keyboard artist Ray Manzarek stayed in the U S and produced this solo album Stimulating it revolves around a search for religious involving especially the cult of the Egyptian sun worshipping Pharoh Akhenaten the style is a highly rhythmic with Manzarek's keyboards generally laid back World beauties choose Kissinger greatest person Backs Mexican films Silent screen star Dolores Del appeared yesterday at New York's Museum of Modern Art to help kick-off a museum show of Mexican movies. Fourteen feature films and four shorts are being pre- sented at the show which runs until July 29. Sinatra continues feud with press Flight marked VANCOUVER CP Air marked its 25th anniversary as an international airline Wednesday Twenty-five years the Vancouver-based airline launched a 210-miles- an-hour Canadair four on the route to Fiji and Australia Australia Frank Sinatra closed his troubled Australian tour tonight with a final swing at the press The singer told an audience of several million television has to fight censorship I was right or or whether they were right or the fact re- mains that the mam issue was that they tried to keep me from saying what I thought and I think that's the thing we've got to fight all the time wouldn't consider censor- ship for all the tea in China Philippines State Secretary Henry Kissinger of the United States is regarded by the beauties assembled here for the Miss Universe contest as greatest person in the world No one else came close to the 19 votes cast for Kissinger from among the 66 beauty contest participants who filled out biographical forms Seven of the girls voted for their fathers. President Nixon got three votes Calif Songwriter Jim Webb is honeymooning today with Patsy Sullivan daughter of ac- tor Barry Sullivan after a wedding attended by among others their 19-month-old son They left Monday for an un- disclosed retreat in Nevada They were married in an all- day festival-type celebration on the 20-acre ranch of Jim Messina of the rock group Loggins and Messina. Roger Bobo of the Los Angeles Philharmonic provided musical accompaniment on a 30-foot Alpine horn as Webb's father Rev Bob Webb per- formed the ceremony NEW YORK Con- ductor Skitch Henderson pleaded not guilty here to a charge of fraud involving a tax deduction he claimed on a collection of scores and arrangements he donated to the University of Wisconsin The court charged that by so doing involved himself m a scheme to evade in taxes He was released without bail LOS ANGELES Tonight Show host Johnny Carson was injured Monday when he fell off an exercise board he was using in his Los Angeles home an NBC-TV spokesman said The talk show host was recovering at home from head and back injuries Actor Bert Reynolds replac- ed Carson on Monday night s program LOS ANGELES A 5-milhon out-of-court settlement of a suit filed by entertainer Ann-Margret' after a fall at a Lake Tahoe hotel was approved here in United States District Court Ann-Margret had sued the Sahara-Tahoe Corp for million She suffered fractures of the five facial bones and her left arm and brain con- cussions when she fell 22 feet on stage ALL THEATRE COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED HOTEL RED COACH LOUNGE Nightly for your Entertainment FIGG TAVERN RICK SWANSON 327-3191 AN HOTEL Famous theatre to close CHICAGO Thousands of persons have driven past the Biograph Theatre to see where bank robber John Dillmger was am- bushed and killed by federal agents 40 years ago but few have gone in The theatre is closing its doors because of lack of business Bill owner says he tried to run a family theatre and finally lost out to X-rated movies then listed as Pulic Enemy No 1 by the went to the Biograph July to see Manahttan starring Clark Gable He walked out of the theatre in the company of Polly a and Anna who became known as the Lady in Red She had fingered Dillmger for the FBI in return for a promise she would not be deported WHOOP-UP DAYS at the NAVY and AIR FORCE VETERANS CLUB LETHBRIDGE UNIT NO. 34 JULY 18 NOON to 8 P.M. DINING ROOM SPECIAL SWEET and SOUR SPARERIBS C1 with STEAMED RICE and BUN I EACH.............................. p.m. to a.m. Dining Room and Lounge Entertainment Acme Courtesy of Anglo Stereo FOR MEMBERS and INVITED GUESTS paramount TONIGHT at and p.m. Language Throughout ADULT NOT SUITABLE J FOR CHILDREN The True Story of the Cops Called Batman and Robin SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Show Times CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre I in color July 17 show at 8-15 p.m ADULT PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre DON IS in color Starring Anthony Quinn- July 17 show at 8-15 p m RESTRICTED ADULT. TABER Tower Theatre in color July 17 show at 7 00 ana 9-00 p m NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN paramount cinema TONIGHT THURS at and p.m. BUTCH THE KID ARE Am for Uw fun of ADULT. FOR YOUR FAIR WEEK ENTERTAINMENT at the GARDEN HOTEL PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects 7 00 9 00 SUPER COPS 7 25 930 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 00 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 715915 BUTCH CASSIDY 7 25 9 25 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 15 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects 7 00 9 00 NEWMANS LAW 7 15 9 15 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 00 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE GODSON 1000 NIGHT OF COBRA WOMEN 1150 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 1000 GATES OPEN 9 00 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN t Shopping Mall NOW HOWING at and p.m. This Wednesday and Thursday at the LEGION VIMY LOUNGE Wed. Nile Thurs. Nile The Country and Wastarn Slylhigs of and Members and Invited Guestt 20th Art Mjyor Nhpflti Cr 328-6300 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN RELAX IN AIR-COOLED COMFORT GEORGE PEPPARD ROGER ROBINSON EUGENE ROCHE ROBERT x ANTHONY WILSON PAUL NEWMAN ROBERT REWORD KATHARINE ROSS THE SUNDANCE KID TONIGHT THURS. Alain Delon is ADULT NO SUITARLE FOR CHILDREN A FILM BY JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE GUM Opm p.m. Oni Complili Show 10 p.m ;