MUSIC ROCK & BLUES
a Sound Affects production
5555: _ JOHNNY 0'
LIVE & FREE on FRIDAYS 1st, 8th & 15th November
café royal 282 Hope Street, Glasgow Cal/:0141 332 1370
mmm mm LANllﬂWNEH’S
Karen Matheson and friends lrom Capercaillie
Dick Gaughan Michael Marra
The Belle Star Band
Shooglenifty I.) '; Plus surprise guests
lrom the Assembly Box Ollice 0131-220 4349
Saturday 2nd November, 8pm The Assembly Rooms
littering: George Street, Edinburgh
O m MUSleresenls
Sunday 3rd November EDINBURGH FESTIVAL THEATRE 0131 599 6000 Friday 8th November‘GLASGOW ROYAL CONCERT HALL 0141 997 5511
Ti<lu:ls from Venue box oihcrx Glasgow Just the Trclu-l Union 51., Edinburgh Virgin 8. Rapping Rrxords and all Todo oUllcls c/c 0131-557 6969
Jazz Records for Rare Grooves
17 Jeffrey Street Edinburgh E H4 IN] Telephone «I Fax 0131— 557 5025
Superlative selection on Vinyl. Specialis- ing in: Traditional, Swing, Big Band, Bop, Avant Garde, West Coast, Fusion,
Funk, Blues, R&B, Latin. Also available on tape and CD.
Jazz Records buy, sell and trade. Open Monday to Saturday from 11.00 till 6.oo
ROCK 1.1811138 WED 23
Street, 552 8681. 8.30pm. Free. Frontman of The Golden Hour and Partick Thistle troubadour plays solo material, some of which he wrote while on a working holiday in lndia.
I l.e Cheeque Kilkenny’s. John Street. 552 3505. 9pm. Free.
I Eugenius and Chicane La Belle Angele, 225 2774. 9pm. £6 in advance, £7 on the door. Glasgow’s ﬁnest. Eugenius. is back with a new single ‘Womb Boy Returns’ on Edinburgh’s hip Human Condition label. Local lot Chicane provide the backup with their powerful Ramones/Ash/Sugar-ish indie which comes recommended by John Peel.
I Dodgy Barrowland, Gallowgate, 552 4601. 7.30pm. £8.50 plus booking fee. After staying out for the summer in their big top, the sunny Dodgy stay in for the winter with this roof-over-their-heads tour. Anyone else feel that Dodgy are a good cup of tea marred by too much sugar?
I Sebadoh. The lielgados and Arab Strap The Ferry. Clyde Place. 552 0588. 7.30pm. £7 plus booking fee. See preview for Sebadoh. Support from two Chemikal Underground bands. See album review for The Delgados. See lrvine Welshian deadpan humour for Falkirk’s Arab Strap. I Cathedral, Anathema and Black Star The Cathouse. Union Street, 248 6606. 8pm. £5.30 plus booking fee. Fiercesome death metal combos. See singles for Black Star.
I llachel Stamp, Boomerang and The Finger Creams King Tut's Wah Wah Hut. St Vincent Street, 221 5279. 8.30pm. £4. Rachel Stamp are a glammy band, not an individual. named if memory serves correctly, after a girl they went to school with. Support from two local indie combos.
I The Cloud Assassins and The Badoos Nice ’n‘ Sleazy. Sauchiehall Street. 333 9637. 9pm.
I The iiadio Sweethearts, John llinshelwood, The Moonshiners and Bedwing Blackfriars Basement, Bell Street, 552 5924. 6pm. Free. An evening of music in tribute to country rock guru Gram Parsons who would have been 50 today, if he had lived.
I Chemistry The Halt Bar, Woodlands Road, 332 1210. 9.30pm. Free.
I The Goat Boys and Echoes The Brewhouse. John Street, 552 3801. 8pm. Free.
I Seattle Kilkenny’s. John Street, 552 3505. 9pm. Free.
I Cappa Mo, Appleivonn and Dolby The Vale. Dundas Street, 332 4928. 8.30pm. £2. A trio of bands on NGM Records.
I Junior Funktion Bruce Hotel, Cornwall Street. East Kilbride. 013552 29771. 10pm. £3.50.
I Geno Washington Greenock Arts Guild Theatre, Campbell Street, Greenock, 01475 723 038. 8pm. £7 (£5). The urban bluesman. originally from Louisiana but now living in London, calls the crowds to testify.
I Stylophone Rico‘s, Ann Street. Greenock, 01475 721 327. 10pm. £2. Glasgow band with a single ‘She’s Just Waiting’ out now. See singles for review.
I Gene Queens Hall. South Clerk Street. 668 2019. 8pm. £9.70 plus booking fee. Very much in a Smiths/Suede mould but certainly talented enough to escape being simple copyists. Watch out for their new single ‘Fighting Fit’ and a new album at the start of next year.
I llrusel Yotsura and Echo Potterow Students Union, Bristo Square, 650 8090. 8pm. £4 from Ripping Recoprds and EUSA. Students and guests only. Top quality Glasgow noiseniks responsible for the likes of the mindmeld that is ‘Kewpies Like Watermelons.‘
I Solo La Belle Angele. Cowgate, 225 2774. 10pm. £5 in advance. £6 on the door. Band on stage 11pm. New outﬁt featuring ex-members of Mouth Music who made a name for themselves after just one show during the summer. Don’t expect too much folk inﬂuence, they’re much more of a full-on dance outﬁt with mighty beats and walls of cascading synth enmeshed in weighty grooves and hints of Celtic and African ﬂavours. With support from Manga DJ G-Mac.
I Blacka’nized Henry’s Cellar Bar, Morrison Street. 221 1288. 10pm. £3 (£2). West African percussion with guests musicians and DJs Joseph and Uncle Fawaz.
I The Chemical Brothers and Lionroclr Barrowland, Gallowgate, 552 4601. 8pm—2am. SOLD OUT. Musically. if not visually, as exciting as The Prodigy. The Chemicals continue their assault on the mainstream with the terriﬁc ‘Setting Sun’ which dance snobs will maintain is not as groundbreaking. therefore not as good. as previous material — but they’re wrong. See preview for Lionrock.
I Kenlcltle and Orlando King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, St Vincent Street. 221 5279. 8.30pm. £4.50. See preview for the squealing teens Kenickie. Support from London duo Orlando, linked with the ill- fated New Romantic revival last year, but countering the sceptics with their Soft Cell/Pet Shop Boys synth pop.
I Tribute To liothlng The Cathouse. Union Street, 248 6606. 8pm. £3.50. Youthful hardcore trio. made up of three brothers.
I llo Order Nice ’n' Sleazy, Sauchiehall Street, 333 9637. 9pm. New Order tribute band.
I Supernature and The Purple Ohms The Arena, Oswald Street, 221 3010. 9pm. £4 (£3), including entry to Britpop club Parklife.
I llev Doc And The Congregation MacSorley’s. Jamaica Street, 221 8499. 9pm. Free. See Fri 18.
I Toni hiclllven Quintet McChuill’s, High Street, 552 2135. 10pm. Free. Acid jazz. I Hideaway Blues Band The Brewhouse. John Street. 552 3801. 8pm. Free.
I Vagabond: Ragnarok. Clyde Street. 332 2780. 10pm. £3.
I The liainkings Twa Corbies. Kilbowie Road. 01236 727473. 9pm. Free.
I Peter Green Venue. Calton Road. 557 3073. 7pm. Early show. £12. The original Fleetwood Mac bluesman Peter Green was recently voted number three in the 1996 Mojo magazine Top 100 guitarists of all time. its been 26 years since he left Fleetwood Mac and he’s released a few low key solo projects and a string of albums by his band Kolors since then. Now back in reasonable health after a few years in the wilderness, such is the interest in his comeback that offers have been pouring in from Japan, Brazil, Romania and Finland. A living legend.
I The llocltio’ Berries Cavendish, West Tollcross. 228 3252. 9pm—3am. £5. Classic pop from the group who scored several Top 40 hits in the mid 60s.
I Altered Beets Henry’s Cellar Bar, Morrison Street, 221 1288. 9.30pm. £4 (£3). See Fri 18.
I lloudiol Subway, Cowgate, 225 6766. 9pm. £2. Local indie rock outﬁt similar to
grunge kings Nirvana.
“The List 18-31 Oct 1996