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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Bill Kucheran _ THE UTHBRIDGE HERAID Monday, May 7, 1973 The Six Wives of Henry VIII Wakeman. Rick Wakeman Is currently Yes after having previous- ly played with the Straubs and David'Bowie. This solo work is definitely an early candidate for album of the year. Rather than playing music that as merely a watered-down version of the group's, as many solo artists do, Wakcman sticks to what he does In his completely instrumental effort he plays organ, piano, harpsichord, nioog and mella- iron, while relying on just enough of the studio musicians Turntable topic percussive and guitar effects to keep the album fresh. The six songs on the record are all self-penned, and try to capture, in Wakeman's terms, the per- sonalties of each Henry's six wives. To do this he uses styles Named Salesman of the Month CHEVROLET OIDSMOBIIE OK SUPERMARKET CAR LOT PHONE 328-1101 Eeny Chevrolet Oldsmcbile is pleased to announce that Chester Pocza has the honor of "SALESMAN OF THE MONTH" for April 1973 Chester has had a wealth of experience in the automobile industry. He wel- 4 somes his many friends and v customers to come in and see the new 1973 cars and I trucks. As an experienced transportation expert h i s advice to ycu with Benv You'll BENYfit. ranging from baroque and classical to electronic, giving-a varience between slow hymn- like pieces and the faster, more rhythmic ones. Competent and beautiful from start to finish, it explores a fresh rock style and demonstrates that Rick Wake- man is probably the best key- board man in rock today. (A and M From their 1965 success of 'Mr. Tamborine Man' the Byrds have been one of the more pioneering of groups. But personnel changes and internal disputes common, and the last Byrd arrange- ment disbanded, Roger Mc- Guinn was the only charter SEE THE LENS THAT DARKENS IN THE SUNLIGHT (VARIGRAY) OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. -Jir. ST 5 (ETMi taetaber. Now the original considered by many the best consisting of Mc- 'Guinn, David Crosby, Michael Chris Hillman and jGene Clark have re-formed for at least one album. It is a fine of countrified rock J-iaJ. They the electric in- jstrumentation crisp and the vo- l combinations very pleasing. songs are all of high qual- ity and feature several out- standing efforts. The re-born Byrds are definitely a welcome treat. (Asylum SD Louisiana Rock and Roll iPotliquor. The album's name conjours up memories of the 'bayou' sound as created by Creedence Clearwater Revival a few years back. Potliqmr siicc-sds ouite well at this Their standard rock Lncun features good guiLar work ard is ass st- ea by some discrest brass back- ing. But L's their material loose songs combining blues, honky-tonk and rock idioms that really makes the group, and results in a quite good LP (Janus Stayed? Slade. Four rockers from WoJver- hampton, Slade were lauded about two years ago with a 'skinhead' image end the al- bum 'Slade Alive.' They've let their hair grow since, but their music has remained the same simple, powerful arrange- ments with strong vocals and guitar and soUd bass and drums. With tl-eir material comparable to some of Janis Joplin's rock songs (they do 'Move Over' from the 'Pearl' they can be rated as an above average hard rock group. (Polydor 2383 Sonny and Brownie Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee. Two veteran bluesmen, Sonny Terry (harmonica) and Brov.Tiie JIcGhee (gu'tar and vocals) are joined on this al- bum by a g r o u p of musicians that includes John Mayall, Arlo Guthrie and Sugarcane Harris. Their fairly quiet material offers more then just cuts, with over half the album being gospel, soul or folk songs (such ES Randy Newman's 'Sail Sonny and Brownie's album is a fine product by two musicians who've 'paid their dues'. (ASM SP Gately: Still 'Round Mi- chael Gately. Low key pop and country ma- terial is the product of singer Michael Gately. He uses effects that include strings and steel guitars to advantage, and h's songs range from slow acoustic numbers to faster, semi-rock cuts that are all of good qual- ity. Combined with Gately's smooth voice and fine overdub- bed harmonies, it makes for a refreshing album. (Janus 9098- Smile Bill Medly. Noted for a number of hits in the early sixties, gravely voiced pop singer Bill Medly has re- leased an album of rock-style material. The instrumentation, usually of Motown-like brass, makes some songs interesting, but the majority of the record is lack-luster. (ASM SP Slides Richard Harris. Richard Harris offers his vo- cals to a collection of songs v.-rillea and produced by Tony RoracD. Tl'e songs are lushly stringed, sentimental pap cuts, similar to Harris' 'McArthur Park' hit, without the strong melody. The LP comes across as a bit too 'schmaltzy' to be considered good. ABC Dunhill DSX And for menthol, get the green pack. WARN ING: The Department of National Health and Welfare advises that danger to health increases with amount smoked. f---------------------------------- HIGHLIGHTS MONDAY BINGO: Lethbridge and Calgary Shrine Clubs, 7 Ch. 7. A blackout is necessary to win the money. REPEAT PROGRAMS: Doris Day, The Rookies, Rollln', Partridge Family, Sanford and Son, Cannon, Medical Center. Ironside. DOCUMENTARY: Nature of Things, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. A re- telecast of "the fierce people" of South America the Yauomami tribe of northern Brazil. INTERVIEW: MBIT Griffin, 12 midnight' Ch. 13. Couples are featured with Juliet Prowse and husband, the Doc Severinsens and the Marty Aliens. MOVIE MYSTERY: "Charlie Chan at the a.m., Ch. 7. A real oldie about a secret device on an airplane is stolen and Charlie trails the suspect to the Olympic Games. TUESDAY MOYTE DRAMA: "A Matter of 1 p.m., Ch. IS. A trip to Singapore with her su-it transforms a mousey young girl into a beautiful v.oman. RADIO and TV LISTINGS are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the ponsibilify of The Lethbridge Herald. Morley McGIII end Allan porary Sports; Leo Dow: me? MONDAY thru FRIDAY News Bury! Clark News Farm News Cattle Prices 7 00 News News CHEC Bell: Contemporary Farm News Music J-n Sports News 8-25 Bob Hesketh News Chec-llns 10.00 Chec Trading Leo Dow 12.00 John Oliver CJOC Doug Marvin: We Remember: Sunday Morn- Post Farm Newi News 12.40 Sports Grain Call of the John Oliver Dave King 7.00 Jack Neufeld Paul Tessle- News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whltt, Bill Matheson; Sport Brent and Dan Maclean, Farm and Ranch Doug Card Land NIGHT MONDAY 5.00 Nevs 5-P2 Jchn Walker 5.75 Sports 5 SO News Wo'ld at Six 6 3i John 'Aalker Request Lire MONDAY thru FRI 6 a.rn.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p m. Dell-O 6 p.m -10 p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.-12 midnioht Concerts, Overtures o and Encores (Bob Ccncie) 8-CO John Charles Jim Parsons TUESDAY CBC N5K-, 05 Jim Elliott s.35 Phone Ei I Sh'iv "5 Ask tfus D-y'o- ".HEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY nocn Don McMasfer 6 p m. Don Hedman m.-l a m Dell-O SUNDAYS a.m.-l p.m. Concerts, Overtures Encores Jack Thys News and Grain Prices 1 05 J3ck Thys 1 15 Joh-iny S 00 1520 6.CO World at Six (Bob Concle) 1-J p m. The Gasthaus Hour (German program) 2-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p m -12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) CBR Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NIGHT 11-03 S 30 News 12.03 00 World Six As If Happens 5-10 8 03 Music of Our People 6.05 8.20 Identities 10-00 News, Wthr, Snort 10 10 From the Capitals 10-15 Five Nights a Week 10.30 CSC Playhouse lO.iP Ideas Groove Yard TUESDAY Warmup Eye Opener World at Elqht Calgary Eye Opener The World at Nine 5. Signal i: 13 This Country :C3 P.adio Noon 55 Stock Market .03 Schools -30 Max Ferguson 03 Bob Kerr .00 BBC 05 Home Run .30 News 00 World Six The Letliln-Ulgc Herald CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market! over Lethbridge and district readers bi-monthly. DON'T BUY ADVERTISING IN THE DARK! We submit our records to the regular seotiny of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and our circulation prac- tices to the discipline of their regulotionsi Next Chinook May 15 (Advertifing Deadline is May 9th) CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevislen Ch. 6) MONDAY NI6HT Crossfire 10-45 Chez Helene Hollywood Squares Movie: Chan Bt the 11.00 Sesame Street :30 CJOC News .00 Outdoor Living :30 Wlldlite Uunlimlted .00 Shrine Bingo :30 Going Places -.00 Partridge Famli" .30 Cannon :30 This Is the Law .00 Nature of Things 00 National News Olympics TUESDAY Pinccchio Wizard of Oz News, Farm and City 8.30 Audubon Joan Waterfleld 9 30 Mr. Dressup Canadian Schoo's Lassie 12.30 Truth or Consequences 1-00 Let's Make a Deal 1 :o Nancy Miller 2 CO Gallartig Gourmet 2 30 Ed Allen 3.00 Take 30 Edge of Night 4 00 Family Court Drop In 5 00 Hollywood Squam 20 News, Sports, Wthr Friendly Giant CFCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) MONDAY NIGHT TUESDAY 55 Star Trek Thought for Day 7, 6-00 University of Air 55 Romper Room 30 Beat the Clock 7-00 Canada A M. .00 Doris Day 8.00 Bobby 30 Rollm' Community :00 Sanford and Son Calendar ;30 Medical Centre 9.05 Fashions In Sewing 30 Pig 'n 9-15 Parlous Francais 00 Ironside 9.30 Trouble with Tracy Anything 00 News Supermarket Do 20 News Yoga 4-30 Buckshot 00 Merv Griffin Plerri Berton 4.55 Star Trek Life Eye Bet 12-30 Family Affair Movie: A Matter of Inncncenca 2.30 Somerset Another World 3 30 What's the Good Word You Can KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT 6 US Salute to Agriculture 11-00 Battled 5-30 News 7.00 Today Show World Tumt Bonanza 8-00 Today In Montana News Movie- The 8.30 Pyramid 12 30 Doctors and JaHe Wyler 9 00 Sale of Century 1.00 Another World '.00 Laugh In Hollywood Squares 1-30 Hollywood Talking 10-00 News 10.m 2.00 Secret Storm 10.30 Tonight Show TUESDAY Our World Game 10.55 News News 5-00 News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Ciblevision Ch. 11) MONDAY NIGHT 5.00 PasSwOru 5.30 News 00 Newt Truth or Consequences The Rookies Movie- ThA News 10.30 Movie Bedevilled TUESDAY Farm News News Captain Kangaroo 8.00 News Jack LaLanne 9-09 Audrey 9.30 Galloping Gourmet 10-ftl) Young and the Restless News Search far Tomorrow All My Children Make a Deal 12 00 Nev.iywed Garni 12.30 News 1-00 General Hosollal 1.30 One Liie to Live 2-00 Days of Our Lives 2 30 Dinah's Place 3.00 Three on 3-30 Dating 00 Split Second Bewitched Password ;