Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 2, 1973 · Page 27
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·*· "1 "'.ft/'*,** ' *!" Sty ' · '«.· 'iNt' ,+ t ''"V'"*4'\ f · -V * FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, I973 X · · · T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 27 Who'doesn't yturn on audience ~ By DOUGLAS KREUT7, ,,£ CttltM itiff Wrltw rr A chant for t disenchanted ·MM ·,, . . .·'· . . , .-·' ... ; -"Audience: · -Man* S Guess -Who would ihave us what. But guess what, Who. W» weren't you. We only came to ",31sten. v ^T The chant might have come 13n handy last night at the ^Community Center. Ttetrt- ^T There, the rock music group ^called Guess Who, apparently ^irritated at a less-than-hall-ca- ~-pacity crowd that didn't quite ^iteel the group^s new music, Decided to impersonate hard ^ The audience was largely ^unimpressed. In fact, more 7 *Sthan half of the audience Svalked out before the, concert ' £S Here is, how the "hard-guys ^act" was conducted. - -*tg*tn r SL The five-man band from ^Canada .ambled onto stage Swearing their, finest bored-with^it-all 'faces and 1 began to play ^selections from their recently ^released album called "Arti- Paradise." ' SH/Uf «« The new'songs -- considerably more sophisticated the* group's earlier work. »*-Tr~ were performed well, but '-*4.he audience,responded with ; Smly polite applause. '!£ Indeed;-it appeared that the tZTaudience had come to savor ^".samples, of :the early work -'sellers such as "No "American Woman," 2^'Undun" and "No Sugar ;:-r But lead singer and pianist ; ;~Burton Cummings, intent upon ; ---impressing the audience with i^the virtuosity of the; new al- ;· ^bumj explained that it would ; ^be .new songs for now and old ·, ~songs for later in the concert. that. Decidedly, the material the album was good. There was a rumbu'ng, rpck- . number called "All Hash- Out" that was top-shelf and roll laced with the gisl: .pfijazz via Cummings' piano fingers. .!- · ' , · ' ' - . . ' ' · ' · - ' ". "Orly," about some goings-on at the airport near Paris, was well performed. And "Those Show Biz Shoes" was something fresh, something exciting, even though it wal- / lowed in the worn out them* about the economic exploitation, of rock performers. But by the time those songs had gone down, the audience was getting itchy -- downright, impatient, really -- to hear .the tunes that made the group ·famous. , Still, they played a few more of the new ones.'The A review group has. experienced a significant turnover in personnel 1 since the days of the early hits · and the message last night seemed to be: "This is the new us." The audience cooled down, miffed at the apparent-.'embargo on the anillion sellers, and Cummings responded with sarcasm. Finally Guess Who performed "American Woman." Cummings showed disdain for the song and perhaps also for the audience by walking offstage in the middle of the number. ' The musicians stopped playing. There was something like a drum solo. Then they played some more, obviously bored, wishing they were someplace else. More than half the audience walked out at that point, many muttering in disgust. As if tq.revvard the few loyalists who remained _and crowded around the stage,' the group concluded the concert with, a good booming rendition of "No ; Time," one of their first hits. · Johnny Rivers played a set before the Guess Who performance, running out everything from blues progression boogies to his pretty nice ballads on an acoustic guitar. j ;2v A medieval revel (party) ' ^vill:begin at 7 p.m. tomorrow "«t the First United Methodist ; "Church, 915. E. 4th St. Partici- t«pants must wear medieval '. Costume. i » " - . · . , } ^ The revel will be sponsored ;»by the Society for Creative '"'Anachronism, a national orga- TJuzation which promotes the ^culture and aits (scroll writ. ring, painting, dance and. mu- ; -^sic) of the Middle Ages. TM. Although the Tucson group : Xlis affUiated \vith the Univer- Zsity of Arizona, it is "open to ·*-anyone,S to 80," according to -"Patricia Gilmore, public relations agent. Admission will be ^2.50. \** · ' · TM Those wishing to join the or- "ganization may contact Terri ^Aldrich, 2750 N. Balboa Ave. war in Vietnam and dropped in a little verbal boogie about the pleasures of marijuana, tout he still is the man who gets his very best, kick- pounding out the song about "Memphis."^ · ." V To foot stomping and hand clapping and screaming, he came back with his accompanying guitarist to' answer the encore call with an improvised 'version of "John Lee Hooker.". 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