Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 6, 1976 · Page 91
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 91

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 6, 1976
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Yes man former classical performer Continued from pane 19m fluence on the way I write music. I draw my inspiration from the rivers and trees . . . I try to get inspiration from my surroundings. The music is more reflective, and it takes more time." The solo album he has created differs from those released in the last month by other members of the band, especially those of Chris Squire and Alan White. White's Ip was essentially a rhythm and blues and jazz outing, while Squire's was much like a regular Yes set. Moraz said White's album was so different because, "It's not actually Alan's music. He produced the album with a bunch of his friends, and they wrote the songs for him. It's not his music, he's playing music written by others . . . " There is a story contained in Moraz' solo album, and while he thought the set was pretty much self-explanatory, he said he wanted to explain the cover illustration, a stylized lower case letter i. "It's a sacred letter i,"*e said. "It's a shape of a building with a sphere hovering above it. but it is also the figure of a man flying. The building now is the outer shell; that doesn't matter. It is the lives inside that are important. As an individual, it is not I, Patrick Moraz, myself, that matters, but the creative individual that counts." Moraz said he wanted a simple, indentifiable logo and he expects the "i" to appear on his future solo efforts. Those efforts, he indicated, won't be limited solely to records, either. There will be a book of "i" released in the next few months, he said, and a film is planned "within a year, probably, although it takes time to make schedules and start production." Moraz said both Sidney Pollack and Norman Jewison (he made Rollerball had expressed in- 1 terest in the film. Moraz said he would be involved, "probably in production, rewriting the music, contributing to the technical aspects." Although he has done some acting, he said he didn't currently think he would be in the production but would "choose the right people to act it." Of the tour which brought Yes to Charleston last Sunday, Moraz said, "It's probably the best beginning a Yes tour has had. The first shows have gone very well; we've been pleased." Moraz said the rest of the tour probably will affect the next Yes album, since "We have so much material finished, we'll have to keep some of it out. According to HOLLYWOOD CINEMA 1008 Quarrier St. Ph. 346-0041 Exclusive Showing XXX RATED Month of MaY-Adm. f 3 N Ladies'/I Price OPEN SUNDAY Ml P.M. ADAM EVE ADULT ENTERTAINMENT CENTER ADULT BOOKS-MAGAZINES- FILMS-NOVELTIES- PRIVATE MOVIE BOOTHS AIR CONDITIONED gOeViKANAWHABLVD.E. what works best, we'll put the next set together," he said. The album is due in the fall. No title has been chosen, and the music may or may not be different from the usual Yes album--"It depends," he said. "We have so much." In fact, Moraz said one of the reasons for the solo albums by separate band members was "because we have so much excess music. We all wanted to make our own statements." TRAIL DRIVE IN BELLE Rt. 60 EAST HIS LIFELINE- held \ by the assaisirthe hunted. CUNT ** EASTWOOD THEEMER SANCTION i AHU»*UiSl'»^"-- 1 OOSTER IN CONCERT AEROSM1T1I SPECIAL GUESTS STARZ IN ASSOCIATION WITH WKA2 SUNDAY JUNE 13 8P.M. TICKETS ON SALE NOW FESTIVAL SEATING W 00 UMITED ADVANCE SEATING PIUSOUTIO SERVICE CHARGE CIVIC CENTER BOX OFFICE AND ALL BIT AM TICKET OUTLETS ORDER BY MAIL NOV! AEROSMITHC/O ENTAM. ITO RETffsiaDS STREET. CHARLESTON, W.VA. 2i301 CALL 346-8070 FOfl INFORMATION CHARLESTON CIVIC CENTER VIRGINIAN 705 Lee Street/343-1125 "Wed Worth Seeing Twice; Once For Everything And Once More Just For The Acting." -- John Simon, New York Magazine "A BREATHLESS ADVENTURE AND A SPELLBINDING DETECTIVE STORY." -VINCENt CANBY. NEW YORK TIMES FROM WARNER BROS MCOLOR RATED PG HELD OVER! SEE AT 2=30,4:so, 7=30,10:00 The Most Devastating Detective Story Of This Century. REDFORD/HOFFUN OWENS DRIVE IN TWO EXCITING HITS * GATES OPEN 8:30 * "DRIVE IN" STARTS AT DUSK * Owens Swapping Center Flea Market Every Sunday 9/LM.Tfl 5PJ. ik- Bobby has a '68 Camaro. Rose has a five year-old kid. On their first date, they became lovers and fugitives. /( CAPITAL NEWS BOOK MART 1588AWash. St.E. 342-9435 ADULTMOVES-JMGAZMES ALSOFRMREHTALS OPEN 10A.M. TO 11PJM Mon. thru Sot. 1P.M. TO 9 P.M. SUNDAY 'THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN' Boy are you gonna laugh! A SHORT SUBJECT: BBUCS LIFE STORY "THE BAD NEWS WALTER MATTHAIJ TATUM OTVEAL There's nothing but action at the Drive-In BOX OFFICE OPEHS 7iOO TIMES 7:30-9:20 RAQUEL BILL WELCH HAKVTEY COSBY - KEITEL WALNUT GROVE DRIVE IN Rt. 35 Winfield SHOW. TIME, June 6, 1976 Use Want Ads. Dial 348-4848' CHARLKSTON. W.VA. 21m

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