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November 20, 1970
THE DAILY TAR HEEL
asuao lo Flav Tom
by Frank Parrivh
I valine l.dilur
John Sebastian will sing and play and
probably enchant a good segment of the
audience in Carmichael tonight. He seems
to have a "magical connection" which
excites the empathy of his listeners.
Sebastian has honed and developed his
connective skill for some time. He began
playing the guitar at 13. He went on to
New York University which apparently
didn't interest the future troubador.
Sebastian soon fled the groves of
academe. Not before he'd formed his first
group though. It was the Even Dozen Jug
Band. Sebastian retained his love of jug
band music and later penned a song
After that group's break-up, he formed
the Mugwumps which played
engagements at the Night Owl in
Greenwich Village. The three other
Mugwumps were to achieve pop notoriety
too. A future Mama and Papa performed
in the outfit. Cass Elliott, a heavyweight
literally, if not figuratively, supplied vocal
dynamics. Denny Dohcrty contributed
his counter-tenor voice.
But the Mugwumps were half-Mamas
and Papas, half-Loving Spoonful. Along
with Sebastian, Zal Yanosky added his
full measure. The Mugwumps folded and
Sebastian joined the reputable bluesman,
He then bolted from Lightnin' to the
Spoonful. And the Spoonful quickly won
a following. A series of albums for
Buddah, better known for bubble gum
than quality, proved the Spoonful served
up a unique blend of folk, country and
blues. They occasionally added a dash of
rock as in the song imploring parents to
"let that boy rock 'n roll."
They used harps, harmoniums and
harmonicas as well as guitars and drums.
For one tune, a jew's harp was added.
"Summer in the City," the Spoonfull
incorporated a jack hammer to get the
proper effect. The Spoonful never
scrupled at risks. They were consistently
After their untimely passing from the
scene, Sebastian enhanced his skills and
gained familiarity with audiences as a
soloist. About a year ago, another
Spoonful, Zal Yanovsky, recorded a solo
album, "Alive and Well in Argentina." It
suffered from nonreeognition. - Lack of
ijecogniticm . has fortunately jiot been
Diary of 3 Mad Houswife-R;
very poor. epecu!h m iru
rljnihoya.it aspects, of his role,
inadequacies seriously djnuce
scenes. Aside from him. the
virtually flawless. The general artificuhty
01 Mrs. Perry s sen pis has become
stylization. and this Takes some getting
used to. but the picture grows and grows
into a superb dramatic experience. Carrie
Snodgrass h definitely in the running for
an Oscar.-CH. D. R
The Fox This picture sustains its mood
better than any other picture I have ever
seen. It is beautifully photographed and
captures the sensuousness of D.H.
Lawrence perfectly. Sandy Dennis is
rather weak, but the other two players
are remarkable. -R
Lovers and Other Strangers-Absolutely
wonderful. This movie is a perfect
example of superior comedy acting and
inventive direction overcoming a rather
weak script. It literally bubbles over with
charm and eomedic delights. An
Joe This picture is seriously hampered
by poor plot development and a weak
ending. Also its laughter is rather smug, 1
shallow and easily bought. Still, the
picture is very funny, and sporadically
perceptive and disturbing. Joe himself is a
fascinating, unforgettable character.-CH.
On A Clear Day You Can See Forever A
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doesn't quite cme off
is entertaining i due .
Bar bra Streisand. Her ing:ng4.as heeo:r,c
jnno ingly artificial, bur she is still a
great clown, and her performance is a io
Olher Thi nioie is directed jnJ
choreocrap h e d la n J p o o r !
choreographed) in the stage manner wufi
the result that the whole thing is nuuh
too broad. Also Ron Moody sets a poor
tone with his ridiculous caricature of
Fagfn. The cloving cuteness of this movie
seems aimed at the kiddie market. - C
The Sand Pebb4es-A long. slow, boring
movie which Robert Wise has directed in
the usual I in port ant M o i e
style-brainless and slow. Steve McQueen
is good and Richard Crenna is
outstanding but Candice Bergen gives her
worst performance, which detiniteh
should be avoided at all costs.-C tin
Without a Stitch-Yet another
Scandinavian skin flick. Some of the
scenes in this are sexy enough, which is a
real change for skin flicks, but it's mostly
just as ridiculous and feeble-minded as
most, and more perverted than usual. Are
you really interested in seeing scenes of
two Lesbians performing a night-club act
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of a vho?5 mnef In D 11 luwre?
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Some thing for
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certai;;!v K?o.fdwa"s vst dsret-or,
ix.f - :.oiier car:p:;s re
Naked I'nder Leather- A;- K r.ited
rerv lease o the -rated iut a
Motoree!e. Aecord--ng to the critics the
shouldn't !ue bot'iered euher tunc. K
Thai s the Way it I I h; ). C,
WL'S- Nccoidmg ti the critics. . poor
exercise m liberal pxleinics. although the
Newmans are alwas worth a look l
All th.oe mte tested in fine t"il-::s
should definitely eo b R.viii 202 of the
I nion at S !o;ughl . I he Cinematheque i
sinewing Dreams by Ingm.sr Bergman, a
delightful move by a director who is jusi
beginning lo reach Ins maturity , and can
look upon the human race with laughter
and compassion. All the rest o! Bergman's
rilms will be shown, as well as oilier
classic movies. All true film fans should
definitely drop by and join. Other films
are shown on Mondays and Wednesdays
in Ackland 115.
Singer John Sebastian will perform in Carmichael Auditorium tonight at 8 p.m.
Tickets are still available at the information desk at the Carolina Union and will be
on sale at the door.
Meanwhile, another eminent figure in
the mid-sixties rock world, Jim McQuinn,
will be joined by three colleagues for a
concert in Duke's indoor stadium on
Saturday night. They are collectively the
Byrds. But these are Byrds of a different .
feather from those who successfully
interpreted Dylan and, Ecclesiastes (as
interpreted by Pete Seeger). "Turn, Turn,
Turn" awoke dormant preachers and
assorted moralists when boosted by
amplification and choir-boy voices.
"Mr. Tambourine Man," "Chimes of
Freedom" and other Dylan songs,
Byrd-style, earned admirers including
Dylan himself who joined them on stage
one night. Those Byrds dissolved. I don't
know where two of them, Gene and Mike
Clark are today. However, apart from
McQuinn, the other two have continued
successfully in music. "
Chrfs Hillman who played bass'fof the1
Byrds, now writes songs, plays mandolin,
GET READY FOR HOLIDAY
PARTIES AT KEMP'S
18' Black Light Units Complete $14.95 were $18.95
All Black Light Posters Any Size $1.50 were $2.00
Invisible Black Light Paint $.50 bottle was $1.00
sings and inspires the Flying Burritto
Brothers. David Crosby, rhythm guitarist .
forthe Byrds, now gets top' billing for
Crosby, Stills, etc.
McQuinn has not changed plumage. He
is the only original Byrd extant. The
Byrds (new group) have a two-record live
album. It is eclectic pop. These Byrds
sample country, gospel and electronic
music. They will be joined in concert by
unknown by impressive Poco.
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Campus AcftivMes . Calendar
Square dance at the Union tomorrow
(Sat.) night. 8:30. No admission. Guests
of Honor: Toronto Exchange.
The Union Coffee House will not be
open tonight but will be open tomorrow
night from 8:30 to 12:30. Open Mike
Night-anyone with the urge to perform,
Alpha Epsilon Delta will meet Mon.,
Nov. 23 at 7 p.m. in room 226 of the
medical school. The meeting is open to
Hillel Films Series presents the movie,
'The Life of Emile Zola," Mon., Nov. 23 i
at 8 p.m. at Hiliel House, 210 W.
''Applications '"'for '""the 1971-1972'
Colombian Exchange can be obtained at
the International Student Center (Can
Dorm). Applications should be returned
by Nov. 30, 1970. Interviews will be held
Sat., Dec. 5.
Lost: Green wallet; has all my
identification. 548 Craige, 933-7151.
Lost: A shocking pink billfold containing
all my identification and sentimental
junk. Please return. No questions will be
asked. Call 33-7376. 224 East Cobb.
Lost: Help! Small blue notebook with
desperately needed notes taken by
mistake from first floor women's lounge.
School of Public Health. Address in
notebook or call Karen at 933-801 2.
Lost: Bright green billfold with very
important papers Tues. Reward offered.
Found: In Battle f Park tortoise shell
glasses, fairly ' thick. 96 7?2 5 21- Eliza be th
Lost: Round wallet, small folding type,
no money in it but need papers in it. Call
Reid Bogdonoff, 304 Ruffin, 967-2326.
Lost: Brown glasses with left
loose. Please call L.G.. ')(,7-4I44.
Lost: Smoky topaz, ring in the vicinity of
Hill Hall on Mon., Nov. ). Reward
offered. Call t33-lSK( and ask for Tricia.
Lost: Stolen or strayed from parking by
Zoo m-Zoom. Pickwick. Purse (light
brown), hair brush, toothbrush, some
makeup and two enormously sentimental
old things, one not mine (a letter "A").
967-2151 - Elizabeth or leave message.
"Sometimes I feel kind of dumb about
all this -you know, going around and
playing places' and making records.
Obviously, I Want ill this" to-liappen. or I
wouldn't be pushing so hard-to make it
happen. But you know what I mean?
Sometimes it like some other guy is doing
it, not me." -James Taylor
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