The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 03, 1995, Page 10, Image 10

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Adults $6.00
Children 6-12 $3.00
Following evening performances
Dance 10:00 -1:00 am
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Jimi Hendrix
“Band of Gypsys”
Capitol Records
Grade: B+
“Band of Gypsys” captures the
1969 New Year’s Eve performance
of Jimi Hendrix’s short-lived new
band at the Fillmore East. Hendrix
fronts a band with drummer Buddy
Miles and bassist Billy Cox.
Most of the chemistry of this
band comes from the interplay be
tween Hendrix and Miles, who also
sings and adds his own songs to the
playlist. This lineup is much differ
ent from the Experience because
Miles threatens to take up as much
of the limelight as Hendrix. At times,
Hendrix seems unsure, how to react
to Miles’ presence.
The recording begins with “Who
Knows,” an unreleased Hendrix
composition. It is a field-holler blues
with Miles answering Hendrix’s
vocals line for line. Not only does
Miles compete with the Hendrix
vocals, he sings back the Hendrix
blues solo note for note.
Hendrix moves onto “Machine
Gun” after Miles’ filibuster. This
performance exchanges the rage and
distorted effects of the studio ver
sion for the flow funk R&B sound
that dominates this album.
On two Miles’ compositions,
“Changes” and “We Gotta Live
Together,” Hendrix takes the back
seat. He accents the band with great
taste and subtlety, but gone are the
days of the transcendental guitar
visionary of the Experience.
The tone of the entire album
seems to be closer to Miles’ musi
cal vision than Hendrix’s. The ten
sion that Miles and Hendrix exude
on stage creates interesting dynam
ics, but also awkward moments
where the audience is waiting to see
which star will come out on top.
“Band of Gypsys” is not classic
Hendrix, but it is an illuminating
look at what could have been.
— Jason Giktow
Ay-, . y-, , « . , I Aesthetic conference
Crash Course in Safety said absolute success
How often do you think of your personal safety? When walking to your car late From Staff RopOltS
at night? When reading about recent crimes in the newspaper? Or how about ”
workplace safety? When you see the radioactive warning symbols on lab doors? The National Aesthetic Educa
When lifting a heavy container or package? With safety concerns in mind, the tion Conference was held this Dast
ENTIRE UNL community is invited to attend the free weekend on the ^L Campis Kit
PERSONAL AND WORKPLACE '
SAFETY SEMINAR was “an absolute success.”
“Everything went extremely
Tuesday, April 4th AND Wednesday, April 5th well.” she said.
9:30 a.m. -11:30 aan. 1 ;30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. 0?e major focus for this-year’s
East Campus U nion City Campus Union meeting was global aesthetics, she
(Room will be posted) (Room will be posted) said.We explored> within our ap.
Summaries of the Presentations m proach to aesthetic education, spe
^ . m cific cultural arts of the world,” she
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•Necessity for using /^\\ and African percussionist; and an
for nrrventinn of \ exhibition of “Your Move,” a work
P ^ J of theater, music commissioned by
This seminar is sponso listrative Arts Are Basic, and dance.
Development Employee }, please “We had wonderful discussions
contact Jim Yankech at - after each performance session,”
she said.
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