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LOS ANGELES TIMES MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1994 F5 Tribute to Carpenters Opens NewHall rc?niuzr:s fjFhere was a palpable feeling of ; nostalgia in the air at Satur-. clay's official opening of the Jlichard and Karen Carpenter Performing Arts Center at their alma mater, Cal State Long Beach and an equally powerful sense of loss. : With a tuxedoed and gowned audience, a large orchestra and a fast-paced show, the center premiered with all flags flying. ; What was missing was Karen Carpenter. i It say s a great deal about the late singer's talent that her voice and visual image on film dominated a program primarily devoted to a retrospective of songs she and her brother recorded in the 1960s and '70s. . Other versions of Carpenters hits ranged from the bizarre ("Yesterday Once More" by Jeff McDonald and Gere Fennelly of the Los Angeles rock band Redd Kross) to the unexpected (the female a cap-pella group For Real's fascinating take on "I Won't Last a Day Without You"). Rita Coolidge did her best with f Superstar," the American Youth Express performed "Sing" and Richard Carpenter's piano was featured in a medley based on such classics as "Close to You" and " We've Only Just Begun." Herb Alpert, Lalo Schifrin, John Byner, Marilyn McCoo, Freda Payne and several CSULB student singers and dancers also performed. ; But the show really came alive whenever Karen Carpenter appeared on film sweetly youthful Jri the earliest views, more poignantly world-weary in later years. The most touching moment came .Vhen Richard provided live piano accompaniment for a film clip of Karen singing "From This Moment On." Her deceptively simple but emotionally complex reading of the Cole Porter standard underscored the creative sophistication that was emerging in her work in her later years. -DONHECKMAN Frente! Quartet Hits Hardest With Name It rock's goal were to be as cute and fuzzy as a pink Care Bear, Frente! would be worshiped like Elvis. The Australian quartet hit big this year with a light and soulless rendition of New Order's "Bizarre Love Triangle," filling it with ineffectual, baby-talk vocals and soft, wafting acoustic pop. At the Palace on Friday, the band confirmed that it needs the guidelines of a classic song like that to be even slightly noticeable, as its short set wandered numbly between sugar-coated pseudo-jazz and hook -less pop. Singer Angie Hart stood in one spot, slapping her hand on her hip and cooing into the microphone. Her precious, high-pitched vocals were virtually empty, lacking the ethereal, crystalline peaks of the Cocteau Twins or even the flow of the Sundays. The directionless songs were often underscored by the more dynamic chatter, of the audience. Frente! tucked its MTV hit unassumingly into the middle of the set, toning down the number's impact and highlighting the fact that it has no other songs. Far from the fiery impact of its namesake, Nicaragua's Sandinista Army, Frente! instead packs all the punch of a powder puff hitting pampered skin. -LORRAINE ALI Moody Blues Wring Best Out of Old Set For 30 years now, the Moody Blues have been venting pop passions by way of earnestly intense, high-concept art-rock compositions. They've created many moments of musical splendor, but they're also responsible for a fair amount of pretentious twaddle. Much of their recorded material seems quaintly out-of-date these days, but on Saturday, in the first of two nights at the Hollywood Bowl, the band enjoyed a kind context in which to wring some new feeling out of the old hits. Founding members Graeme Edge and Ray Thomas, and long-timers Justin Hayward and John Lodge, along with some back-up players, shared the stage with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, under the direction of the Moodies' touring conductor Larry Baird. On many songs, the grand pairing seemed to be a lot of effort for little effect, as synthesizers and a pair of drum kits often drowned out the orchestra's contributions. But on several memorable songs-'Tuesday Afternoon," "Question," and that rhapsodic perennial "Nights in White Satin" the group's ambitious melodies and fervid lyrics were greatly enhanced by the dramatic orchestrations. Straight-ahead, synth-driven tunes from the group's later albums were bland at best, but they did get sparks to fly from some of their early rockers. In their fourth decade, the Moody Blues still play to an enthusiastically responsive crowd. The sheets aren't fresh, but apparently the Moodies have a few good satin-draped nights left in them. -CHUCK CRISAFULLI Yellowjackets Steal Hiroshima's Thunder Friday night at the Greek Theatre was supposed to belong to Hiroshima. The L.A.-based pop-fusion band has been touring in support of its new "HiroshimaL.A." album and, said leader Dan Kuramoto, was anxious for play for the hometown crowd. Enter the Yellowjackets. Like the visiting team that trounces the host at a homecoming football game, the jazz-fusion quartet opened the concert and stole Hiroshima's thunder. On a strictly musical level, the bands were in completely different leagues. The Yellowjackets are a driving, inventive jazz band that Friday built a high degree of excitement and interest via both ear-pleasing songs and the regularly riveting solos of sax man Bob Mintzer and keyboardist Russell Ferrante. Such tunes as "Run for Your Life," a mad scamper through a variant on the classic "I Got Rhythm," and the more pop-bent "Clare's Song" were showcases for Mintzer's shouting-then-calm essays and Ferrante's nimble mix of chords and swirling lines. On the bottom were Jimmy Haslip's firm bass lines and the ferocious drumming of William Kennedy, who lit one propulsive fire after another and kept them all burning. On the other hand, Hiroshima blended Asian elements June Okida Kuramoto's koto was often the band's lead instrumental voice with lightweight pop melodies on such songs as "One Fine Day" and "Tabo." These melodies didn't stand up to the numerous repetitions they were given, and there was no dynamic soloist to offer relief. Still, Hiroshima is a solid show group, playing with precision and employing dramatic effects one number had 20 kimono-clad dancers on stage that kept their loyal fans asking for more. -ZAN STEWART "HILARIOUS!" - Hal Hiaaoa, WASHINGTON POST i win Stiii...', J 1 171 IT 11 mil Itillaia i -I 171111171 0U-11 IS, SM,7,W UNDMARK'S NUWUMC DM.T-5-0096 UK KM I WO KAJWa -12 t MS ' MHSFCU) UfttfrtniitoiWitM (Kft)ST2tta com wu Ei So Coo HHMOUKAM MUTWO0O CrtpkvOWonfartB QrnM(JI3)3l2tt MUVEa MM WILLIAM HURT "Powerfully directed. Deeply moving. One of William Hurt's finest performances." JJikCnp(lli,WA9CIADIO "A moving drama about love and family William Hurt delivers yet another intelligently crafted, compelling performance." Soun Cianga CRN a AMERICAN MOVIE CLASSICS "Deeply absorbing. William Hurt gives one of the best performances of his career." Whey Lyons. SNEAK HtmEWSLVONS DEN RADIO . "Fascinating. 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THE RIVER WU (Pfi-13) 2)3726-8022 DTS Dolby 12 30 4:40 9:50 Spanish Subtitles THE FUNTSTORES (Pfi) Dolby Stereo 2:45 7:50 Spanish Subtitles TIMECOP(R) 0TS Dolby Stereo 1 2:00 4:00 8:05 Spanish Subtitles ON DEADLY GRODNO (R) Dolby Stereo 2:00 - 6:00 10:05 Spanish Subtitles TJMECOP (R) 2:00 6:00 10:05 Spanish Subtitles ON DEADLY GROUND (R) 12:00 4:00 8:05 THE SCOUT (Pfi-13) 12:00 4:35 -9:15 SPEED (R) 2:10 6:50 Group Atthrify Tks Good At Sons Prior to 6 PM On TERMINAL VELOCITY (Pfi-13) 12:154:208:30 AttbUJORTOJIJARIPS) 2 20 6:3010:30 THE UTTU RASCALS (Pfi) 2:40 6:3510:20 CAMP NOWHERE (PB) 12:30 4:30 8:25 ANDRE (PS) 12:154:15-8:15 Spanish Subtitles THE MASK (Pfi-13) 2:156:1510:15 WARNERS:? (714 Pack Spanish Subtitles TIMEC0P(R) 2)3582-6785 , :00 4:55 o'm Spanish Subtitles A MUJ0N TO JUAR (Pfi) 3:00 6:5510:40 TERMINAI. 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THE SCOUT (Pfi-13) Oolby Stereo TRUE LIES (R) THE LITTLE RASCALS (PG) 1 2:30 2:30 4:30 8:30 8:30 10:20 Jean-Claude Van Damme TIMECOP (R) Dolby Stereo-Jim Carrey CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER (PG-13) THE MASK (Pfi-13) 1:00 3:20 5:40 7:45 10:05 'lSSi! " Dolby Stereo-Phoebe Cate, TERMINAL VaOCITY ' (PG-13 PRINCESS CARABOO (PG) SPEED (R) 1 2:30 2:40 4:S0 7:15 9:20 Tom Hanks Dolby Stereo-Keith Carradlne FORREST BUMP (Pfi-13) ANDRE (PG) 3:30 7:50 THE MASK (PG-13) THE CUENT (PG-13) 1:155:359:50 MelanleGrtflmVEd Harris '!0?nJ MU MONEY (PG-13) THE JUDAS PROJECT (PG-13) THE UTTti RASCALS (PG) 12:450:15 VAN NUYS DRIVE-IN ffiSR1'1 noecoeE.ofSepulveda 310421-883) 818786-3500 Straw Starts At Dutk Show Starts At Dusk n L Open Frl., Sat. A Sun. Only Open Fri., Sat. A Sun. Only rOTarjira VALLEY 10 800464-MOVIE un ' greens-Meryl streep lift RIVER WH-(Pfi-13) Oolby Stereo 1 1 :30 2:00 4:30 7:00 9:30 OTS Dolby 12:30 3.00 5:30 8:00 10:15 SR Oolby Stereo-Charlie SlwenNastassa Kinskl TERMINAL VELOCITY (Pfi-13) 1 1 :30 2:00 4:30 7:00 0:30 Dolby Stereo-Samuel L. Jackson FRESH (R) 12:00 2:30 5:00 7:3000:00 Dolby Stereo-Allen PayneJada Pinkett JASON'S LYRIC (R) 11:302:t0 4:50 7:30 O0:00 Dolby Stereo-Tom Hanks FORREST GUMP (Pfi-13) 1:00- 4:00 7:00 9:45 THE LITTLE RASCALS (PG) 11:30 3:25 7:20 ANGELS IN THE OUTFIELD (PG) Oolby Stereo 1:155:109:05 THE NEXT KARATE KID (Pfi) Dolby Stereo 12:50 5:05 9:20 IT COUU lUPPER TO YOU (PG) 3:00 7:15 Dolby Stereo-Pauly Shore THE ARMY ROW PG) 1 1 30 3:25 7:20 ANDRE (Pfi) 1:255:20-9:15 Dolby Stereo-Jessica LangeTornmy Lee Jones BLUE SKY (Pfi-13) 12:00 - 2:30 5:00 7:30 00:00 ONTARI0 10 ffb. Fwy. at Arcrtibal 909947-1662 Dolby Stereo Meryl StreepKevin Bacon THE RIVER WR.B (Pfi-13) 12:00 2:30 5:00 7:30 10:00 Albert Brooks THE SCOUT (Pfi-13) Dolby Stereo 1 2:45 305 5:20 7:40 00:00 Group ActMty Tickets Good At SIkm Priw to S PM Only ii Dolby Stereo-Allen PayneJada Pinkett JASON'S LYRIC (R) 1:004:007:009:30 Dolby Stereo-Charlie SheenNasiassla Kinskl TERMINAL VELOCITY (P6-1 3) 1 2:00 2:30 4:50 7:1 0 9:30 Dolby Stereo-Jean-Claude Van Damme H T1rlfiB mi Rr3 iimcifur nj 12:00 2:15 4:30 7O09:l5 Oolby Stereo-Tom Hanks FORREST GUMP (PG-13) 12:10 3:30 7:00 9:50 Dolby Stereo-Jessica LangeTornmy Lee Jones BLUE SKY (Pfi-13) i2:503:106:307:50)0:00 THE LITTLE RASCALS (PG) Oolby Stereo 12:104:007:45 CAMP NOWHERE (PG) 2:00 5:45 9:30 Dolby Stereo-Jim Carrey I IHfc MAM (rfi-13) 1:00 5:20 9:40 MILK MONEY (PG-13) 3:057:30 Dolby Stereo-Nicolas CageBridget Fonda IT COULD HAPPEN TO TOO (Pfi) 3:00 7:05 ANDRE (PG) 1:005:059:15 INLAND CENTER ffb. It Inland Center Malt 909381-1611 . Albert Brooks THE SCOUT (PG-13) SR Dolby Stereo 2:505:107:309:50 SropActrvityTidwik)odAtSrfloeP)dOnl Dolby Stereo-Allen PayneJada Plnkett JASON'S LYRIC (R) 1:00 4:00 7:00 9:45 Dolby Stereo-Jessica LangeTornmy Let Jones BLUE SKY (PG-13) 2:45 5:05 7:40 10:05 Dolby Stereo-Harrison Ford CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER (PG-13) 1:304:207:1010:00 ) THE MASK (PG-13) Dolby Stereo 1:005:109:40 LK MONEY (PG-13) 3:00 7:30 1 Ht-WAY 39 DRIVE-IN Beach Blvd. at 22 Fwy. 7147B91-3693 Show Starts At Dusk Meryl Streep Kevin Bacon! THE RIVER WILD (Pfi-13) THE SHADOW (Pfi-13) Albert BrooksBrendan Fraser THE SCOUT (PG-13) TRUE LIES (R) Jean-Claude Van Damme TIMECOP (R) NATURAL BORN KILLERS (R) rharll ShMtVNinbi Kinskl TERMINAL VELOCITY (PG-13) I SPEED (R) CARRIAGE SQUARE ff b. IVal Bl at Gonzales Oolby Stereo-Albert Brooks I 8054854726 THE SCOUT (PG-13) . . m nauKN Group ActMty Tickets Good At Show PTiw 6 PM Ont. SR Dolby Olgrtsl-Charlle Sheen. TERMINAL VELOCITY (Pfi-13) 1:40" 3:50 - 6:00 - 8:05 00:15' Dolby Stereo-Allen PayneJada Plnkett. JASON'S LYRIC (R) 2:00-4:30-7:15-9:35 SR Dolby Stereo-Harrison Ford CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER (PG-13) 1:304:20-7:05-10:00 ANGELS IN THE OUTFIEUI (Pfl) 1:35 - 5:40 - 9.45 THE NEXT KARATE KD (Pfi) 3:40 7:45 101 DRIVE-IN Ventura Fwy. Telephone Exit 805644-5595 Show Starts At Dusk Open Frl., Sat A Sun. Only Swap Meet Every Sat A Sun. COMPTON DRIVE-IN 2111 E Roe 3)0638-8557 Show Starts At Ousk . flftucopmstww 2:00-4:15-6:30-9:00 LATE SHOW FRI 4 SAT 11:30 JURASSKPVP-1)Stcni 1:304:15 AH0 GOO SPOE(I) 1:003:05-5:107:15-9:30 Swap Meet Every Sat. A Sun. Open Frl., Sat. A Sun. Only

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