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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1975)
friday, October 37, 1975
by Deb Gray
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Photo eouctwy MCA records
Jerry Jeff Walker, MCA recording artist whose
Iaiest.album, Ridin" High, is climbing toward the
top of the charts.
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get away from tho hooks!
Holiday Skating Center
5801 S. SSth
Sunday 8-10 P.H.
ISO off with student I.D.
No doubt about it: these chicks have pizazz. There isn't
anything on this album that has the impact of "Lady,
Marmalade", but that song is unbeatable. Zager and Evans
after "In the Year 2525 could have wished for such an
album of strong foilow-up material as this one.
This album is best taken as an entity rather than a
separation of the parts. What makes Labelle so entertaining
is their overall sound. It get's you up, moving your feet,
and, what's more, it's fun listening. Best of all, Labelle is
a gust of originality-something distinctly different in a
music scene which is in a period of consolidation.
Labelle sounds like a group that has plenty of room to
grow. Nona Hendryx's songs are more interesting than
the group's previous effort "Nigh thirds." My favorite tune
on the album is Bob Crewe's "Far As We Felt like GoinV
It's refreshing to hear a "Baby, dont get hooked on me"
theme from the other side of the bed.
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There is something so honest and unpretentious about
Jerry Jeff Walker, you cant help but like him. As in the
past, Walker has recorded several songs written by his
buddies. The poetry is colloquial, straight forward and very
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appealing. The inurges gain power from their simplicity.
The most infectious song on the album is Walker's paean
to the music business-the title wouldn't make it past the
copy desk, but it's another example of Walker's dry wit.
The other nine songs are guaranteed to bring a smile.
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There's something about seeing Neil Sedaka's TV
appearances that turns me off, but at least he doesn't
offend me musically the way Paul Anka does. When listen
ing, I dont have the distraction of watching him, I can
enjoy Sedaka for what he is-the best exponent of the
middle-of-the-road sound. v
All the tracks on this album seem geared! to AM
airways the cuts are all about three minutes long, with
plenty of melodic hooks to keep you humming through
a morning full of boring classes.
Among the best cuts here are "When You Loving Me,"
which breaks into a gospel-inspired fast chorus, and yet
another interpretation of "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do."
This rendition, which is performed at a slower tempo
conjures up images of smoky nightclubs and creates a
feeling of transcience.
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