Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 16, 1974 · Page 99
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 99

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 16, 1974
Page 99
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Lou Reed at his best u Keed (RCA, Al'l.l- U72) -"· Lou Reed has progressed from singing with Andy Warhol's Velvet Underground to making it as a solo star. This album contains some of his Disc* cussion one of the SUPERSTAR* best songs, written during the Underground days. In includes the only song that deservedly has "rock 'n roll" in its title. That cut, along wittrthe sinister "Heroin" make the album worth its price, whatever. Reed also includes "Sweet Jane." "White Light/White Heat" and "Lady Day" on the set. In fact, the only songs needed to make this a Lou Reed greatest hits collection are "Vicious" an" "Walk on the Wild Side." This is Lou Reed at his best. (JO Saturday Movies Cont'd "THE SHUTTERED ROOM," (1967) *'/2,11:45 p.m.. ® with Carol Lynley and Gig Young. Contrived mystery yarn which goes for the obvious at every turn. Little time is wasted on characterizations, as Lynley comes back to her New England home town with her husband. Gig Young, and learns some shocking things about her family tree. (The striking countryside incidentally is the Cornish coast of England), The room in the title is the attic in an old mill where the climax takes nlace. Even the usually splendid Oliver Reed is unbelievable. *· "MIRAGE (1965) *"/ z , 11:45 p.m., O with Gregory Peck and Diane Baker/Man who believes he has amnesia frltdheim, till Qraham $I fmtitts lin Columbus, Ohiol 4TH CELEBRATION LIVE ON STAGE in concert JAMES BROWN TONIGHT 8:30 P.M. ,,, ., CHARLESTON CIVIC CENTER ·Tkbte $5 fat ·*·«*; $t * tte tor; Ftstiwl SMrtfag ] - TtdwhMMkit Chic Carter, SMTS mi Cwfcy'i. DEAD THE BAND Locator. flUSICPARfi AT Beulah Park GroveCity. Ohio Show Begins At 10:00 AM ' Gates Open At 8:00 A.M. FESTIVAL SEATING RAIN or SHINE ; .. "· TICKETS: $10.00AD\ANCE $15.00 AT THE GATE - TICKETS AVAILABLE AT Sears Downtown Mail orders now being taken by sending Money Orders Only along with a 50 1 handling charge per order to: MUSlCPARK 4th of July Celebration, c/o Central Ticket Office, 41 S. High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215. DIRECTIONS: Take 1-270 or 1-71 toward Columbus to Beulah Park exit and follow signs. lOthftf Coming final JUtf 27th-ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND PLUS SUPPORTING SHOW AUGUST 31 st-CRQSBY, STILLS/NASH YOUNG starts to retrace his past, becomes involved in a murder plot. Suspense thriller starts off well, soon becomes bogged down. Mystery fans will like it, although never quite believable. »· THE MAD GHOUL," (1943) **V 2 , 12 mid., OD with David Bruce and Evelyn Anders. Wild thriller, with an excellent performance by Bruce as a doctor kept in a state of living death. Grisly stuff. STEAK DINNER SPECIAL · DELMONICO ·T-BONE A _ ..- · KANSAS CITY · FILET 1 jl flA · SIRLOIN · N.Y. STRIP V fi W · PORTERHOUSE With Frendi Friei or Baked Potatoes TNiCOMMOIOItS K AHA WH A CITY CLUBHOUSE 41l2M«C«fcbAft.,Sl. Our audiences tell us it's one of the best and funniest ever! Karen Grant as Ginm RtsenitiiRslccciMDaH) CHARLESTON 755-3811 HUNTINGTON 736-8904 Doors ooen 6 P.M. Tues. thru. Sat. 4 P.M. Sun. Closed Mon. SOUTH OFF 1-64 (EXIT 9) IS THIS YOU? These are three of the 100 people that our Candid Camera photographed this month on the city streets, in your neighborhood, at the high school or college campus. ARE YOU ONE OF THE LUCKY 100? Visit Turner's Record Shop in St. Albans or Charleston THIS WEEK FREE STEREO ALBUM (Your choice, any $5.98 List Price)-to each of the 100 Lucky people whose photos are on display at either Turner's Record Shops. We must be able to identify you from your photograph, so you can select your Free Album in person. ARE YOU ONE OF THE LUCKY 100? Visit us this week and find out! DOWNTOWN: 713 LEE STREET CAVED N PARK RECORD SHOP SHOWTIME. June 16.974 54 Main St. ST. ALBANS CHARLESTON. W. VA. 15s

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