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Section 2 Friday, September 24, 1976 THE HERALD Fall brings batch of new records for disco crowd fall already, and you should be dancing. a batch of new records to help you out. Should Be of course, was the recent No. 1 single by the BeeGees, the three Australia who have found second wind in their career by adopting some more palatable elements to their famed tight harmonies and lush sounds. axHild Be and their new ballad single, So are highlights of the new album, Of the (RSO records).
Producer Arif Mardin is gone (along with the Atlantic records tie), but the group maintains the more modem sound Mardin introduced with last classic album THE MORE DISCO-odented material is on the first side, the more familiar ballad style on the second. Ihroughout the album, though, lead singer Robin Gibb relies more on a straight falsetto than his usual distinctive quavering style. There is an interesting Sly Stone-ish vocal on The BeeGees hit quite as high this time, but it is a solid all-round effort. Roxy has selected a more rock for his third solo album, Stick (Atlantic). The album is stiU stylish but not as nostalgic as the previous two.
Nevertheless, Ferry handles a bunch of oldies in ways that surprise you. There are Jimmy Reed's Shame sung with a leer and played with an beat, horn fanfares and a churning swl of sound; the Price of a slowed down Only by the Beatles; and a suave Go To My by Dizzy Gillespie. FERRY ALSO reinterprets five songs he wrote for Roxy Music. They include a faster, more The Staples dropped the Singers part of their name) are matched again with Curtis Mayfield, who produces, writes all the songs and plays guitars on It a new Warner Bros, album that is a delightful mix funk, gospel harmonies and sophisticated style. Last year the collaboration clicked with Do It and this album is every bit as fine.
My favorite is Than the Speaking sexy, sophisticated sounds, Greatest (Tamla) is a four-star collection containing the classics, Get It Heard It Through the Mercy and (k)ing as well as six other great songs. AND EDDIE Kendricks will have Playback by Tom Von Malder you dancing with his non-stop new collection, Up In (Tamla). Producer Norman Harris has held back nothing this time, and some good guitar playing you can catch on the first few tracks, "nie second side comes off slightly better, with and Put Off Till leading the way. (United Artists) is the debut of four good musicians who also are better than songwriters. Steve Katz is a former member of Blood, Sweat Tears and Blues Project, Oaig Fuller from Pure Prairie League, Doug Yule from Velvet Underground and Eric Kaz from Blues Magoos.
Under the production wing of George Martin (Beatles, America), American Flyer has come up with a very professional effort. ITie harmonies are clean and soft (sometimes like the Eagles), and the music is mostly gentle ballads with a slight touch of country. Woman In Your of Your and the calypso of All My are the best songs. The major flaw is overly classical arrangement for Me, Tell the vocals and lyric are not up to the musical treatment. Soundings: PETER being named personality of the year during the Rock Music Awards Saturday is the latest in a long string of marvelous things during this year of his The former Humble Pie guitarist made four fine solo albums (still available) before his Comes double-record set took off like a rocket.
New and due: by JOAN BAEZ, by STYX, a double PHIL OCHS retrosf)ective and new platters by BILLY PRESTON and In the area: BLUE OYSTER CULT, tonight and Saturday, Aragon Ballroom, Chicago; GINO VANNELLI, and Saturday, Auditorium Theatre, Chicago; TOM JONES, Monday through Oct. 3, Mill Run, Niles. Billboard Art fair at hospital Holy Family Hospital Auxiliary is hosting an art fair Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. in the newly completed auditorium, 100 N. River Des Plaines.
All the work will be available for purchase. A is featured and free champagne will be served. in the Masque and Staff Is presenting in the at Elk Grove High School tonight, Saturday and Oct. 1 and 2. Tickets are $3 at the door.
Information 437-0679. Oil demonstration for Leattue Ms. Jo Parenti of Glenview will give a demonstration in oils Monday at 8 p.m. for the Wheeling-Buffalo Grove Community arts League. Guests are invited to the meeting at Raupp Park, 901 Dunham Lane, Buffalo Grove.
The Arts League has changed its meeting night from the first Thursday of the month to the fourth Monday in order to serve more persons. Information 537-3764. DPTG stages BoaP This is the final weekend for performances of by the Des Plaines Theatre Guild. Curtain time is 8:30 tonight and Saturday, 7:30 Sunday, at Guild Playhouse, 620 Lee St. Tickets are $3.50 tonight and Sunday, $4 Saturday, with a special rate of $1.75 tonight and Sunday for students and senior citizens.
Reservations 296-1211. Art at the Market The fifth annual at the show at Arlington Market, Kensington and Dryden, is Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., rain or shine. It is sponsored by Arlington Heights Merchandise Association and Arlington Heights Art Guild. Cash prizes will be awarded.
Final ueekend of Work at the Crossroads; or Tempted, Tried and staged by Pentangle Productions at Limelight Theatre, 1165 Tower Schaumburg, is in its final weekend. Performances are tonight, Saturday and Sunday. Tickets $3 adults, $2.50 senior citizens and $2 students under 16. Reservations 882-0163 or 884-0137. Apartments sponsor fcdr Whispering Glen Apartments at 4700 Arbor Rolling Meadows, wnll be the site of an arts and crafts fair Sunday from 11 a.m.
to 6 p.m. Non-residents are invited to participate at a nominal fee. Information 397-2262. The Movies: Willow Creek THEATRE N.W. Mwy.U4)ot»».l PALATINC Con 351-1155 for SHOW TUMES lARGAm MATINEE Soturdoy I Sundoy til 2:30 P.M.
NOW SHOWINO Richard Harris The Return of the Man Called Horse Rated PG Cinema I tailor WI Poll Prooi troco WMflMtoo Sol -2 15. 3 10 5 05, 7:15. 9.15 -7 15, 9:15 Cinema II PROSPECT HEIGHTS MIIWAUKEE PAIATIHE (Willow) Rds. In tho WillM Pork Canter 541-7530 mmm nmaui wmhiw m. man -womj sunr 1BMWUP0R HMUtin nnj ikui Mi mu MUA i Friday Saturday Sunday Thursday Friday Saturday SuruJay $2 MoTKkiy Thursday $1 .50 Ohildran undar 12 $1 at all timat AidlUiOitnt NOW SHOWING it it it 'k The cast of the decade.
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