Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 4, 1976 · Page 62
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 62

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. , J u l v f i HUNTINGTON WSAZ-TV NBC CHARLESTON WCHS-TV WOWK-TV CLARKSBURG WBOY-TV NBC PARKERSBURG WTAP-TV NBC 1 WMUL-TV PBS-EEN GRANDVIEW WSWP-TV PBS-EEN Morning 6:00 CB 700 Club 6:30 O Sunrise Semester © Arthur Smith ® On the Farm CD Artie Levin 09 Rev. Robinson 6:45 8 Morning Report 7:00 O ® ® © © Today O CD Network News 09® Good Morning, America 8:00 O CD Capt. Kangaroo 33 Sesame Street 8:30® Sesame Street 9:00 O A.M. ® Coffee Break © © Phil Donahue O Lucy 52) Romper Room © Films of Today CD Dinah 09 D.J. S3 School Programs 9:30 O Cross Wits © Romper Room © Children's Gospel Hour © Cartoons O Tattletales 09 Mike Douglas ffl Yoga 10:00 O ® (HI (SI © Sanford Son O CD Price Is Right © Barbara Walters 19 Bit With Knit ffl Flower Show 10:30 O ® © © © Celebrity Sweepstakes ® Rev. Long 33 Yoga ffl French Chef 11:00® Friends, Neighbors O ® © © © Wheel of Fortune O CD Gambit 09 Farmer's Daughter School Programs ffl Bit With Knit 11:30 O ffl Ctffi (3) © Hollywood Squares O CD Love of Life 09 © Happy Days ffl Erica Afternoon 12:00 8 © © © Fun Factory © O News CD Young and Restless 09 ® Let's Deal 10 Sesame Street ffl Kiln Krafts 12:30 8 © ® Gong Show COD News O CD Search for Tomorrow 09 ® All My Children ffl Electric Co. 1:008 © Local news COB Somerset - © Fun Factory © Barbara Walters 8 Phil Donahue CD Panorama ID ffi Ryan's Hope 33 Electric Company ffl Robert MacNeil 1:30 8 © COS © © Days of Our Lives O CD As World Turns ' " QDW.Rhyme and Reason" 12m CHARLE$T6N; W.VA. S3 Family Theater ffl Special 2:00 09 ffi $20,000 Pyramid S3 Bi Ways 2:30 O CD Guiding Light 09 ffi Break the Bank 8 ® COB © © Doctors 19 Unto the Hills 3:00 O CD All In the Family 8 © ® © © Another World 09 ffi General Hospital 33 Catch 33 ffl Car Care 3:30 09 ffi One Life to Live 8 CD Match Game 33 Title X ffl Yoga 4:008 Mr. Cartoon ® © © Somerset ® Andy Griffith 8 Mickey Mouse CD Lucy OD Dinah ® Edge of Night 33 ffl Mister Rogers 4:30 ffi Lassie 8 Bewitched ® © Family Affair © Batman © Flintstones 8 Andy Griffith CD Brady Bunch 33 ffl Sesame Street 5:00 8 Bonanza" ® © Gunsmoke 8 Partridge Family CD FBI © Ironside © Mission Impossible ffi Big Valley 5:30 8 Family Affair 09 Adam 12 33 ® Electric Company Evening TUESDAY Morning 9:00 "The Cobra Strikes" 11:00 Journal Noon 1:00 "Come On Leathernecks" 3:00 "Command Performance" (Arthur Tracy, Lilli Palmer--1931) Evening 6:00 Journal 7:30 Herald of Truth 8:00 700 Club 9:30 Young Disciples 10:00 "Shocking Miss Pilgrim" Kanawha Cable Channel 2 TUESDAY Noon 1:00 Home Digest 2:00 "Finger Man" 3:20"Dragonwyck" 5:00 Journal Evening 6:00 Good News For Today 6:30 "Dual Alibi" 8:00 700 Club 9:30 Testimony Time Today 6:00 8 ffi ® © © O CD 09 CD Local news, weather, sports 33® Zoom 6:30 (B) Truth or Consequences OCBOHSJOtDOD® Network News 83 Yoga ® Basic Banjo 7:00 O Truth or Consequences © News © Wild Kingdom ® Ironside ® Family Affair O Let's Go To the Races CD Let's Deal 09 Name That Tune CD Quartet 33 Strauss Family ffl Robert MacNeil 7:30 ©Name That Tune O Hollywood Squares © Wild Kingdom © Pirates vs. Atlanta O Match Game CD Dialogue 09 Tell the Truth CD Animal World ffl W. Va. Journal 8:00 O G B © Movin' On COS) Vaudeville O CD I've Got a Secret 09 ® Happy Days ffl Lowell Thomas 8:30 09 CB Laverne and Shirley O CD Good Times © ffl Consumer Survival 9:00 O ® ® © Police Woman O CD MASH 09 CD "Last of the Belles" (9 ffl Evening At Pops 9:30 O CD One Day At a Time 10:00 Q ® ® © © City of Angels O CD Switch © The Dreamer ffl Dance for Camera 10:30® Monty Python 33 Woman 11 :OOO® (0)03)© O CD 09CD Local news, weather, sports 19 Captioned News 11:30 O CB 051 © © Tonight O CD "I Thank a Fool" 09© "Death to Sister Mary" 33 Janaki - 1:00-O (SB © Tomorrow - Radar (Gary Burgh off) has his hands full when the base becomes an impromptu orphanage for a band of Korean Children, 9 p. m., Tuesday, July 6 on CBS- TV. 6 Jailbreak 9 pleasant surprise By Jim Games One of the most pleasant surprises of the summer is the success of Thin Lizzy's album Jailbreak (Mercury SRM-1-1081). Thin Lizzy is a hard-working rock'n'roll band, and in the past has turned out some fine, under-rated, aiDums. THIS time, tne Dana is getting some of the attention it deserves. Jailbreak is a good, solid album. The band has a first for it from this set--a hit single, The Boys Are Back in Town-- and while the tune is good, the album is full of material just as exciting. Phil Lynott's vocals here, as they have been all along, are strong and sure, and guitarist Brian Robertson's lead playing scorches. This is a good, good album. Another good album, and another pleasant surprise, is the Babe Ruth set Kid's S«u//(Capitol ST-11515). Long a fan of this band, I began to realize their true potential last year when they appeared in concert here. Ellie Hope is not just a singer; she is as much a driving force as Grace Slick used to be with the old Airplane. For the first time, I think, Babe Ruth has produced an album that conveys that force. Oh! Dear What a Shame, which opens the album, is simply perfect. It's an incredible creation which sounds good with a superficial listening and reveals exciting little touches (like little piano lines behind the raging guitars). I don't care for Welcome to the Show--it's one of those "Did you really come to hear me? "songs--but Since You Went Away cooks, and Oh! Doctor brings Ms. Hope up front in fine form. This album made me want to see Babe Ruth live again, and that's something few albums do. The Atlanta Rhythm Section is one of the tightest Southern boogie bands around, and its new album Red Tape (Polydor PD-1-6060) is a nice, tight set. Although it strays a little away from, the-Southern idiom.toward straight· rockJn'roli,' Disc-cussion this is nevertheless a good set. The saving grace is singer Ronnie Hammond's voice--it remains constant and true. Several songs on this album are real gems. Side One, in fact, opens with three in a row: Jukin', Shan- gied, and Police! Police!, (which sounds a whole lot like Lynyrd Skynyrd when they're hot). While other tunes on the set may not be as exciting, they are yet fine. One could do a lot worse than buying Red Tape. One could do a lot worse than buying the new Todd Rundgren album, too. The thing about Rundgren is you never know what he's going to do next--and when he does it, you're never exactly sure why. On his new a l b u m , Fai/i/ u /(BR6963, Bearsville Records, distributed by Warner Brothers), he presents one side of Rundgren originals (which include The Verb to Love, which is excellent) and one side of copies of old rock'n'roll classics: The Beach Boys' Good Vibrationi, currently in the Top 40, The Beatles' Rain and Strawberry Fields Forever, Dylan's Most Likely You Co Your Way (And I'll Go Mine), and Hendrix' If Six If at Nine. These remakes of rock tunes, led off appropriately by Ten Years After's Happenings Ten Years Time Ago, are generally outstanding. If is practically impossible to distinguish Good Vibrations from the original. The vocal on Rain just can't match the original, however, which is a credit to the originators, I suppose. The Dylan impersonation is . adorable, and the job on Hendrix is commendable. The only thing about this album that gives us pause is the question: Why did he do it? Who knows? Maybe we should just be glad he did. It's a fun set. ;: : 1.! Julv4, 1$76, Sundav Gazette-Mai! ^ \ ' - ' . .1 - - . H V , ·! |V'.. I f · I '

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