Thursday. April 13, 1972 For the record Cold returns strong ues uence The Daily Tar Heel V Blood with hi infl t i Cold Blood: 2074) by Gary Miller and Ted Gaghorn 'First Taste of Sin" (Reprise MS As a brief introduction to Cold Blood you will find that they are a horn oriented group. Cold Blood relies on the vocal talents of Lydia Pense and includes Rod Ellicott as the most talented musician on electric bass. "First Taste of Sin" is Cold Blood's third album, technically a very good third album. The previous two attempts were flawed in many aspects. The first album (Cold Blood: "Cold Blood" San Francisco SD 200) presented us with an amateur group with a professional bass player. Even Lydia's vocals were strained. The excellent repertoire. Rod Ellicott's bass runs and Fred Catero's engineering were the only exciting elements of the record. The second album (Cold Blood: "Sisyphus" San Francisco SD 205) brought many needed changes in the group. A new drummer and trumpeter, one less sax and Danny Hull emerging as a talented sax player to back Rod Ellicott on bass. In "Sisyphus" Lydia's vocals are less forced, but still not completely believable. The material was very weak and the influence of Chicago stood out like a "South California Purples" ending. It has been four years since the release of that BRAKE RELIIME $ B q , mi iili iii. Hm'i what w do: Rf4-OT bnaio and ahem on a 4 wrthnrwRaybmios fanmpB bnaka (or fuU dram contact Inapart ftnma.trydrauiic lyatnn. wan aynofaand fraaai aemia. aaaaaMaaaaw 1)11 Another great tire value i L. Tirt $1 on t cSASrtUJt T" low rtcl Til II 11 U 4 OflU, MAVUUCM. Urt at... Iiy TOYOTA. VE&A ate. fV IH4I I a 1 it MlaafcW na mm - ' - - - 8T. T. IIMi T7JS sr 1-14 IWd aia - Ptj taj od tit aoj imt. 23J3 ir TRIANGLE TIRE CO. JtBtritaciarfc lot uJ 7 -L; --rg-rif-. first record and many changes have occurred in the group. Take the personality of the group. Rod Ellicott (bass), Danny Hull (tenor sax. Sandy McKce (drums and vocals), LydLi Pense (lead vocals), and Raul Matute (organ and piano), aJd newcomers Bill Atwood (trumpet). Max Haskett (trumpet and vocals), Mel Martun (tenor and baritone sax, flute) and Michael Sasaki (guitar) and place lightly into the Waiiy Heider Studios. Stir in such fine musicians as rhythm and blues star, Donny Hathaway (piano, organ, arranging, and composition). Coke Escovedo and Pete Escovedo (percussionists extrodinaire that appeared on Santana's last record) and you have just baked yourself one tasteful record. One of the better pieces is a blues version of James Taylor's "Lo and Behold." Lyd.a shows more feeling and emotion than ever before in her to: sometimes tender, som; of the lyrics. The grouj they dazzle the ear as aun times i rs thev olav nv rkab t!i utment 1 and rxrei J 1 . parts running in an odd sort of dissonant harmo: CO; Cold Blood has i iwavs naa a rnvznm ana rtue influence in their records. They have recorded songs by Willie Dixon Ci Just Wnl to Make Love to You") and Issac Hayes ("Your Good Thing"). This time we get a strong dose cf rhythm and blues from Donny Hathaway. Hathaway lends a hand in the arranging and writes two songs: "You Had to Know" a tender love piece and an instrumental called "Valdez in the Country." "First Taste of Sin" Is an incredible step their N ATI ON AL F AM I LY LTD.: ipe, mm 0 5 mm A.B. COLEMAN May 6, 1972 TV "Visions" Had t impact o: and b :h may on! abundanc ov c !e been C B..t i nc their next V t'( i TBI IHIIIIII CKFWXtRfl QHtP ' amm as (mm PRESENTS Mi SDC lie TEN YEARS AFTER, POCO CHICAGO, S ANT AN A. EDGAR WINTER5,JOH H'NY-W I N TE R & MORE MONDAY APRIL 17 at 9:30 on WTVD DUKE JOE COLLEGE CONCERT SATURDAY, APRIL 15th MUSIC ALL DAY LONG 12PM S E AT R A I N V1 A R K A L M O N D THEBYRDS outdoors wallace wade stadium 8 pm hot tuna taj mahal john Hammond indoors cameron indoor stadium C I- $6.00 FOR BOTH SHOWS TICKETS: at all area RECORD BARS and on the Duke campus at PAGE BOX OFFICE and on the quad. NO TICKETS TO ANYONE UNDER 16, PLEASE CUy-Aj LJJJ aJ Dy Take in the Mona Lisa at the Louvre and the night life on the Left Bank. But, why stay in Paris? There's a France beyond Paris just . waiting for you to come visit. Villages and towns steeped in art and history. Vineyards, castles, Alpine spas and beaches made famous by bikinis. . And the best way to get there is by train. Where in France wHl the French trains take you? Almost anywhere. Only four hours separate Paris from Strasbourg. But be careful. Once you've walked its medieval streets, lined by timbered houses, you may never want to return to the glass and concrete of the modern city.; Just two and. one-Jialf.hours from Paris is Dijon. One of the renowned gastronomic capitals of the world. Buy . an extra bottle of wjyteiwiae there with the money you've saved eating cafeteria-style on the train. French trains arc known throughout the world for their comfort, speed and punctuality. They're also known as a great place to get to know the people. It's easy to start a conversation in the relaxed atmosphere of a train. Even if you've barely passed second-year French, or German or Spanish. For trains are really the Continental way of travel. You can cat on a French train. Read on a French train. Sleep on a French train. Dream on a French train. And you'll find French trains surprisingly economical; too. Particularly when you take advantage of the new 2nd Class Student-Railpass. Whether you buy your tickets as you go, or a 1st Class Eurailpass or new 2nd Class Student-Railpass before you go, you'll save more by seeing your travel agent. Or nearest French National Railroad ticket office. For reservations: French National Railroads, 610 Fifth Avenue, New York 10020; 11 East Adams Street, Chicago 60603; 9465 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills 90212; 323 Geary St., San Francisco 94102. Flcae send me your literature describing places to see in France other than Pans. Name Addrcss. City. .State. .Zip. Dept. 74 Box 80, Lindcnhurst, N.Y. U757 French National Railroads PLANNING COUNCIL. PREGNANCY TESTING DONE BY MAIL RESULTS IN 48 HOURS for information call: 704-333-7308 s t C H-ERNATIVE THE GREAT ALTERNATIVE THE GREAT ALTER 111 LU X r- I r- CC LU r- r- LU CC C3 LU I I LU CC LU r J r- LU cr C3 LU I r- I LU CC LU r- r- LU CC CD LU LU r- 2 CC LU r J LU CC LU X h- I LU 2 CC LU r r LU CC a LU LU 2 CC LU n UUltu n n fU v PAMTS TO A DIFFERENT VISION 1 ft 3. 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