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Day
18
Month
August
Year
1972
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Looking for the tids and tads of the hot rock and roll news flashes?Well now you can check out the SUN every other issue and find The Mojo Boogie Band and Steve McKay (formerly of the Carnal Kitchen and the Stooges) have joined forces to take us a little farther out. You can check out those changes every Tuesday night at Flicks Bar on Washington St. The Art Ensemble of Chicago are staying in town until the Blues and Jazz :estival. Check out the centerfold of this ssue for the interview. . . New York city exploding with rock and roll, the new Elephants Memory aibum will be on the streets soon (with John and Yoko doinq the Droducing) Look Out! While you're checking out the record racks look around for the new Commander Cody album, they've been playing Hot Licks, Cold Steel & Truckers Favorites. You'll find a Jet diesel on the cover and the Lost Planet Airmen on the back cover. . . The Boogie Brothers (with sister Sarah Brown playing bass) are on the east coast visiting friends. They will be back in time to tune up for the Blues and Jazz Festival. . Detroit with Mitch Ryder has become The All New Detroit with brother Rusty Day on vocals and harmonica. Ron Cooke on bass, Paul Warren on guitar, Terry Ewell on piano, and Michael "Pig" Davis on drums, putting down righteous rock and roll. John Badanjek and Steve Hunter have both been getting together with other musicians and will soon be back playing for the people in their own bands. . . . Next time you're n Qetroit check Dut the Strata Gallery at 46 Seldon (off Woodward) They've been presenting some jsusally hard to find jazz every weekend, fhis coming weekend will be the Contempsrary Jazz Quintet both Friday and Saturday light warming up for the B&J Festival. . The ïtrata Corp. is a musicians cooperative own;d and operated by the musicians themselves. (much like the A.A.C.M. of which he Art Ensemble of Chicago are maior organizers.) . ... Be sure to check your Ann Arbor SUN's Calendar for more music events or cali the Tribal Network at 663-4208 for what's going on. . . . TNT, who played last week at the park, are at the Odyssey this week. . . . Dates for the UAC-Daystar concert series are now coming together for the fall. Booked are Cheech and Chong in early October, Commander Cody for the Friday night Homecoming boogie, and Stevie Wonder will be in Ann Arbor for the Saturday night jamboree. And that ain't all, watch out for November and December. . . . Don't think that it's getting easy, Bobby Ramírez, once drummer for White Trash, died last week following a beating in a Chicago bar. The usual creep calis about the brothers long hair were made and a fight followed. The fight ended with Ramírez being found in a nearby street, badly beaten and unconscious. He died soon after and his assailant turned himseif in to the pólice. . . . The Doobie Brothers say they play for dancin' so you should piek up a copy of their new album continued on page 10 R. & R. Shorts continuad from pag 6 "Toulouse Strer" and hear Listen to th Music, and Rockin' Down the Highway to see if they know what they're talking about .... The Chicago Seed, The Good Timet and Quicksilver timei have all folded. . . . REMEMBER THE PEOPLE'S BALLROOM OPENS SEPTEMBER Ist and 2nd The Btuet and Jazz Festival is happening on Sept 8, 9. 10, you can piek up ome ticket at Th Michigan Union, Salvation Records, Nd' 8ook (In Ypsilanti) or by mail to Ann Arboi Blues and Jazz Festival, Box 381, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48107 TWO MORE SUNDAY CONCERTS TO GO BEFORE FALU