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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD May 1974 Turntable Topics Two hits from one album A Canterbury tale Kirk Jensen and Sheri McFadden play a scene from The Miller's Tale. The two are part of a Leth- bridge group playing Canterbury Tales two shows nightly at the Holiday Inn ballroom Thursday and Friday. Other players are Jirn Albert Ray Sheila David Mann and Linda Johnson. Dick Mells is producer. Lithe f-nrtn QUALITY PRODUCTS Instant Printing U'liilrUM irjil -V.-iv.i Business Forms DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED IN LETHBRIDGE Tallest tower WARSAW Poland announced today completion of the world's tallest 2.120-foot radio and television tower near Plock in northwest Poland. The which was de- signed by Jan is sup- ported by a net of steel wire stays and weighs about 550 tons. The Guinness Book of World Records says the previous record holder was a television transmitting tower built in 1963 near N.D. By BILL KUCHERAN Bachman Turner Overdrive II Bachman Turner Overdrive Two hit singles from one album is virtual assurance of musical and for Bachman Turner Overdrive it could just be the beginning. The formed by ex- Guess Who star Randy his two and bassist C. F. rose out of the ashes of the unsuccessful Brave Belt group. Their first a strong rock and roll sold quite notably in the U.S. and England. The two singles now out and 'Let It speak well for the new album's solid basic with the catchy vocals and guitar work standing out. There even remains several songs on the album that also could very well be released as singles. The group seems to have its hand on the pulse of the times in music in regards to which can only bring them greater success. SRM For Girls Who Grow Plump In The Night Caravan Caravan is another one of the outstanding English rock groups that never seem to receive the recognition they deserve. They are a five-man formed in Canterbury in 1968. Their musical style is such diverse elements as Beatlesque Traffic like jazz instrumentation resembling the Moody Blues and touches of folk and hard rock are relied upon. They use viola and flute as their main instrumental and their vocals are excellent. This latest album is- and it is a shame they are not as widely known as many lesser groups. XPS Wild Tales Graham Nash Although he did some excellent work with the it was not until the formation with the musical partnership with David Steve Stills and later Niel Young that Graham Nash became widely known. While none of their solo l.p.s have been able to match their classic collective work 'Deja some fine albums have been put and 'Wild Tales' is one of them. Driving pop- rock is combined with country style with both melodic structures and lyrics particularly good on this solid record. SD Tabernakel Jan Akkerman His guitar work with his a solo album with ex-Flash guitarist Pete and a record highlighting his earlier works have all helped promote the classical and progressive rock guitar styles of the Dutch guitarist. His new is devoted in large part to his appreciation of the lute and its music. Over half the songs are lute solos written by such Renaissance rnadrigalists as John Dowland and Thomas Morley. The electric guitar pieces written by Akkerman blend in strings and are very avente showing the influences of modern sitar music and modern symphonic music. It is a good but the harshness of the 16 century melody patterns takes getting used making this an album of somewhat limited audience appeal. SD Slow Dancer Box Skaggs When the Steve Miller Band first one of its most touted elements was rhythm guitarist Boz Skaggs. He left the group after two and since then his solo work has ranged from country to rock to blues. His newest album 'Slow Dancer' is almost exclusively a popish soul record. All the elements of the the subdued swift string backing choppy rhythms and even the vocal phrasings are very 'Mo-town' stylistically. For this brand of it is a somewhat above average album. KC Piano Man Billy Joel If Don McLean played he'd sound like Billy Joel. Joel's probing metaphoric lyrics play an important part in his which includes both straight folk and lighter pop- rock always highlighted by the piano playing. An but unexciting disc. ZKC The Soundtrack from 'The Sting' Scott Joplin was a black pianist composer at the turn of the was famous for the piano 'rags' which he composed 'Maple Leaf With recent nostalgia his Britain forgives deserter seaman SAN Calif. Britain has forgiven Walter and he is going home again after 54 years. Two different Princes of Wales figure in the unusual story which will come to a cli- max soon when his military record finally returns to Britain. One later King Ed- ward was visiting Mon- treal in 1920 when a 19-year- old sailor aboard an escort the HMS deserted and boarded a train for New York. The sailor joined the U.S. Navy under the name of Wal- ter Talbot. Now he has been living in San Diego with his wife and children for many the events of a half- century ago a distant memory. But old loyalties stirred this March with the visit to San Diego of the HMS Jupiter. Aboard was another Prince of Ed- ward's great-nephew and heir to the British throne. Talbot went to the Jupiter and surrendered. want to square the record before it's too he said. It's about time Calif. Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse are getting married today in a real-life ceremony performed by a rabbi. Nine months ago Gail Dissinger went to work at Dis- donned a Minnie Mouse costume and was told to find was love at first said 22-year-old Steve who worked as the cartoon character Mickey Mouse at Disneyland. The couple plan to leave Disneyland after their mar- riage in a wedding chapel here. is the most Mickey Mouse wedding I've ever said Rabbi Allen Secher. music has had a revival of culminating in the Sting's soundtrack the majority of the ragtime pieces are The album's arrangements are all well played and orchestrated by Oscar winner Marvin Hamlisch. A variety of sound from orchestral to solo are but the piano only cuts are the most effective. For those who appreciate ragtime finding an album of piano cuts of a composer like Joplin would be advised. Records Crowbar Classics Crowbar 'Canada's Grand alias 'Margaret Trudeau's favorite rock alias were Canada's first truly raunchy rock band. This helped hide the quality of their as this greatest hits record was substandard. Two points can be made in their favor. They have helped pave the way for many new Canadian and their new 'Living is a great improvement over their earlier material. SB A 16 And Savaged Silverhead A five-man English Silverhead produces hard rock in the New York Dolls tradition. Their loud sound has its only notable point in what must be the world's raspiest lead singer. Records MCA Democrats9 Ronald Me. Actor Gary who has played politicians on the says he is a candidate for president of the United States. Merrill declared Friday he will seek the Democratic presidential nomination in 1976 because he said the American people are tired of politicians and want a real person in the White House. would like to be the Democrats' answer to Ronald and I'm a better he said. a is governor of California. lives on the Maine coast at Falmouth. He ran unsuccessfully for Congress in 1968 as a Republican. COME FIND US Bring this Ad with you for these valuable Savings THIS IS A ONE TIME ONLY OFFER LIMITED TO COLOR FILM AND THESE SIZES 126lnstamatic 135 mm 127 mm 620 mm 120 mm 12 Exposures 20 Exposures 36 Exposures 2.99 4.99 7.99 Sale 7 Days May 18 to May 25 KWIK KOLOR ColleoeMall Phone 327-4884 DAY SERVICE ON YOUR COLOR THIS SPECIAL ONLY AT COLLEGE MALL Centre will import plays OTTAWA Play pro- ductions from To- Stratford and Winnipeg will be brought to the National Arts Centre next season as part of its role as a showcase of Cana- dian performing arts. The English and French theatre departments of the arts centre have announced they will each produce two plays and bring four in from other cities as part of their 1974-75 theatre subscription series. In the English theatre department will SERVES MILLIONS The total number of television transmitters in use or under construction by 1968 was serving 217 million sets or 63 for each of the world population. Awards '-For advanced research and study in drama dance music visual arts and crafts creative writing- Individuals instructors and administrators who require financial assistance Cor further study are invited to apply. Awards up to will be made to individuals who are not receiving other provincial or national assistance. Preference will be given to those applicants who have lived in Alberta tor the past two years or more. Write today for information ulliirnl AsM.stum-c Awiircls Allx-rlii Culture. Youth iind Kci-rcalinn of Alhi-rtii 1 llh KliMir. CN Tow rr. Kdmonlon. 'Allwrlii CULTURE. YOUTH AND RECREATION GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA import Shakespeare's As You Like It from the National Theatre of Great and the French department will offer Antonine Maillet's La the one-woman show performed by Viola Leger. It has won big audiences in French Canada during the last two years. Jean theatre director at the arts announced the English plays will each be given a full three- week run next adding three days to the 2Vz-week run which was the rule this season. The English plays to be brought to Ottawa produced by the Shaw-Festival at Niag- ara-on-the-Lake this directed by and starring Paxton Whitehead. It will open the season Oct. a classic Jewish folk tale adapted and directed by John Hirsch ior the Manitoba Theatre this new production by the Stratford Shakespeare still to be which will be directed by the company's new artistic Robin of the produced this season by Toronto Arts the theatre company of the St. Lawrence which will close the season next May. Jean retiring this summer as artistic director of the Stratford will di- rect an arts centre production of John Coulter's Riel here next January. In Marigold Charlesworth will direct an arts centre production of The Killdeer by James a comedy on life in a small Ontario town. TV highlights TUESDAY MOVIE I Love You Ch. 11. Gentle story of one woman's attempt at her own liberation. Hope Lange. 90 repeat. Ch. 7. Interviews with well-known personalities who have appeared on Front Page Challenge. Tonight actor Rossano Brazzi. 10 Cb. 7. Alistair Cooke's Emmy-winning of the United States. First of 13 parts. MOVIE Ch. 11. Cornel Wilde battles off-shore oil-well fires. 1 45 min. MOVIE Massacre at Marble 12 Ch. 7. German-produced Grade C Western about Indian tribes attempting fo save their lands from greedy Easterners. WEDNESDAY MOVIE The Other 1 Ch. 13. Neglected wife is drawn into an affair that leads to murder. Joan Arthur Hill. 90 min. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Televison Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. Monday thru Friday li.50 Kami News 7 News. Wlhr.. 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