The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on May 28, 1976 · Page 24
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 24

Kalispell, Montana
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Friday, May 28, 1976
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B--8 Friday, May 28, 1976 The Daily Inter Lake, Kalispell. Montana FRIDAY 5:00 5:30 6:00 2 3 5 67 8 9 10 2 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 3 4 5 8 9 Mickey Mouse C)i/b Star Trek News Merv Griffin Mister Rogers News News News Ironside News Sesame St. News News Andy Griffith News Electric Co. News Megan's Heroes SanfordASon Sara Sanford Son 10 News n News 12 Zoom 0:30 2 News 3 Hollywood Sqs. 4 News . 5 The Practice 6 News 7 BectrlcCo. 9 The Practice 10 Concentration 11 Make A Deal 12 Black Perspective 7:00 2 News 3 Movln'On 4 News . 5 Rocktord Files 6 News 7 Zoom 8 Donny Marie 9 Roc kford Files 10 Donny and Marie 11 Sara 12 Aviation Weather 7:30 2 Brady Bunch 4 Dinah] 6 To Tell The Truth 7 BI Kk Perspective 12 Book Beat 8:00 2 Adam-12 3 Mary T. Moore 5 Movie 6 Bewitched 7 KSPS Auction" 8 Movie 9 Movie 10 Movie 11 Movie 12 Wash. Review 8:30 2 Hollywood Sqs. 3 M.A.S.H. 4 Mary T.Moore 6 Animal World '12 Wall St. Week 9:00 2 Oonny and Marie 3 Catch A Rising Star 4 Sara 6 Santord and Son 12 Masterpiece Theatre 9:30 6 The Practice 10:00 2 Movie 3 Barnaby Jonea 4 Wo VMS 5 News 6 Rockford Files 7 KSPS Auction 8 News 9 News 10 News 11 News 12 Woman 10:30 5 Johnny Carson 8 Movie 9 Johnny Carson 10 Rookies 1? Survival Kit 10:40 11 11:00 3 8 12 News 11:20 3 News 11:40 10 11 12:00 2 Ironside News Pol Ice Story Movie- Movie News Sounds £· Historic sights and sounds NEW YORK - INEA1 There's been a glut of albums out lately shrouded in the nation's Bicentennial spirit, some valid, most ot them in t h e s a m e c a t e g o r y w i t h authentic colonial electric carving knives. Far too many celestially- priced multiple Lps with a Bicentennial theme have to be filed in record outlets under Hie "exploitation" category. For the well-heeled music neophyte seeking a glimpse of all contributions lo America's musical heritage, there's a lot to choose from, provided taste and quality aren't too high up on one's list of priorities. But for the u n i n i t i a t e d music fan who longs to sec. as well as hear, some of the b e t t e r q u a l i t y sounds of America, well. W.C Fields would be downright proud of his hometown of Philadelphia were he to know of the City of Brotherly I-ove's upcoming "Celebration 76." The "celebration." a four- d a y f e s t i v a l p r e s e n t i n g leading artists in just about every f o r m of m u s i c indigenous to this nation, kicks off at Philadelphia's John F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium on July 2. The festival will offer a different theme each day until it eventually touches all facets of American-originated music, including Country Western. Gospel. Rhythm 'n' Blues and of course, that most provocative child of the 20th century, rock. The extravaganza will be christened two days before I n d e p e n d e n c e Day when Chicago and The Band make their contributions lo Ihe Bicentennial. The following day. soul and R 'n B d e v o t e e s are represented in performances by Ike 4 Tina Turner, The Ohio Players, Brass Construction and R»f«s. July 4 lakes a swipe al Ihe rock spectrum with appearances by The Beat* Boyj, Ly»yrt Skyiyrt, Elvta Kikop and K.C. It the Movies 2 p.m. (11) The Foun- talnhead, drama -- Gary Cooper plays a brilliant architect who's work will not be jeopordlzed by other's criticism and opinions -- 1 hr., 55 min. 4 p.m. (4) I'd Climb the Highest Mountain, drama -Touching story of a minister and his bride In the mountains of Georgia -- 2 hrs. 8 p.m. (8) Queen of the Stardust Ballroom, drama -Musical story of a suddenly widowed Bronx woman and the dance hall and man that put new meaning into her empty life. Stars Maureen Stapleton and Charles Burning -- 2 hrs. 8 p.m. (5) (9) (10) Gaily, Gaily, comedy -- Humorous tale about a youth attempting the writing field and encounters crooked politicians, nosey reporters and luscious call girls along the way -- 2 hrs. 8 p.m. (11) TBA 10 p.m. (2) Gaily, Gaily, see above 10 p.m. (4) The Rainmaker, drama -- Burt Lan- 3 Movl« 4 News 6 News 12:30 2 Rookies 4 Movie 6 Johnny Carson 1:40 2 Name ot Game 2:00 8 MldntgntSpeclal caster plays a "con man who helps a spinster discover there's more to life than loneliness. -- 2 hrs. 10:30 p.m. (8) Smash-Up Alley, drama -- Darren McGsvin stars In this account of Lee Petty and his son Richard's stock-car racing careers -- 1 hrs. 45 mln. 11:40 p.m. (10) Pillow of Death, mystery -- Lon · Chaney plays a lawyer involved with murders caused by smothering -11:40 p.m. (11) Sylvia, drama -- Peter Lawford plays a wealthy suspicious man who hired Investigator George Mariaris to uncover the past and present secrets of his fiancee -12 a.m. (3) Once you Kiss A Stranger, thriller -- A mentally distrubed young lady and a golf pro are thrown together over a murder and will -- 2 hrs. 15 mln. 12:30 a.m. (4) The Glass Sphinx, adventure -- Robert Taylor plays a professor who gets caught up in a series of murder when trying to find a legendary tomb in Egypt -- FIREFALL Not dwelling on past experience. Winding it up on July 5 are the bluegrass. square dance. CW and Texas Swing contingents. The creme de la creme o! those categories will perform all day. Among them will be: Charlie Rich, Merle Haggard. Charley Pride, Lynn Anderson, Tom T. Hall, Sonny James, J o h n n y Rodriguez, Tanya Tucker. Asleep at the Wheel and Bill Monroe and the Blue Ridge Quartet. 18th Century Humor: Bob Hope has brought up the rear of American comedy with a Bicentennial comedy album called "America is 200 Years Old . . . And There's Still Hope." Cute, huh? . Hope, not exactly noted for his abundance of the colonial era spirit of rocking the boat, is joined by Phyllis Diller, Karl Maiden, Louis N'ye, Don RicVIes, Jim Backus, tfrte Johnson. Gordon McKae and doubtless, a cast of 1.000 gagwriters. 1 had my heart set on George Carlin as John Adams. Beatlemania Revived: With the Beatles crawling on to tiie tips of everyone's tongues these days, it was only a matter of time before some now-fraying fan from the early '60s would hit on resurrec- ting the old Beatles' fan club newsletter. Sure enough, "Trie Beatles' Monthly," first published 13 years ago, will return soon, but with reports on contemporary developments on the band that reshaped Western civilization . . . Replacing Paul Kossoff, r e c e n t l y d e c e a s e d l e a d g u i t a r i s t with t h e i n f a n t Backstreet Crawler band is Geoff Whitehorn, f o r m e r l y with Maggi Bell. * * * There are those bands that to anyone who's viewed rock as a reason for living rather than just one of life's litile n i c e t i e s , w i l l a l w a y s b e enshrined in (he realm of sacred memories. The Byrds. Buffalo Springfield and Paul Butterfield leap lo mind. But v e t e r a n s of those pioneer groups are still making fine music and there's no percentage in resigning them to the nostalgia heap. The Byrds. The Los Angeles band that proved in the mid- 'flOs thai you didn't have to be British lo grow long hair, provided a spawning ground of sorts for many new American bands breaking free of what had then been the slandard approach to American rock. Michael Clarke first gained n a t i o n a l a t t e n t i o n a s drummer for the Byrds more than a decade ago at the tender age of 20. Since then he's grown flowers for a living, cruised with the Burritos right to their demise in 1972 and now resurfaced with a new band on the Columbia label, "Firefall." "Consider Firefall's music anything you like," Ciarke said in New York last week, "call us 'country rock' or whatever -- anything but 'folk rock.' " - A strange request from a member of the band that created the category "folk rock." "That's true." he shook his h e a d i n a s e m i - p a i n e d manner. "And we haled it the whole time we were referred to that way." The blond-headed, fiow- moustached Clarke revealed how he and the tour other Byrds grimaced each time someone 1 called them the avatar of folk rock -- stylized Dylan creations reheated and sauteed in an LA. skillel. He pauses, sips, nods, then adds. "My time with the Byrds was a great experience but I could never do it again, it's not (or me anymore. ft? 18 2nd StrMt E. 755-4556

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