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48 THELIST r- so we.
ROCK & POP LISTINGS: SAT 30 continued
' I Ex-Cathedra, The Newtown Grunts, Pink Kross, Bangtwister, Duffy Moon, Machine Gun Etiquette and The Amphetameanies Nice ‘n‘ Sleazy. Sauchiehall Street. 333 9637. 6pm. £2. I‘inal gig to promote the Into The Iv’i/Imukerv ('I). featuring everything from psychedelic garage rock to punk and ska.
I The Beatles Beat Bourbon Street. (ieorge Street. 552 ()IJI. 8.30pm. £5 (£16.50 with dinner). Renowned tribute act who cover all eras of the Beatles sound.
I Parker and Happy But Twisted King Tut's Walt Walt lIut. St Vincent Street. 22l 527‘). 8.30pm. £4.
I Die Happy Kilkennys. John Street. 552 3505. 9pm. Free.
I The Nimmo Brothers The lirewhouse. John Street. 552 3S()I.
5--7 mt. l'TL‘L‘.
I T e Hoochie Coochie Band The Brewhottse. John Street. 552 380T 0.30pm. l-"ree.
I Red Greens Blues Band Blacki'riars. Bell Street. 552 5924. 9.30pm. I‘ree.
I The Cobramatics .‘v1c(‘htiill‘s. High Street. 552 2l35. I0pm. liree.
I Liar's Tale .‘vlacSorleys. Jamaica Street. 572 ()I‘)‘). ‘)pin. l‘ree.
I Coaster, Back Of Beyond and The Unknown lishihit I). New Town Hall. (‘unihernaultl Another gig to promote the Iz't/ii/u'l (‘l). featuring the ()asts- influenced (’oastet‘ who won the overall liattle of the Bands which inspired the (‘I).
I The Hawks 'I'Iie Maltmgs. :\hronhiIl Sltoppttig (‘entte (‘unihernauItL ()I236 45! 202. ‘)pm. £I.
Stirling I Runrig Stirling (‘astle I-splanade. S()l.l) ()lul‘. See Hi 2‘).
I Teenage Fanclub 'l‘he .lat'i‘aeake. Kings Stables Road. 226 5 l 3S. Spin. U). The I‘annies twe're Scottish. w e're allowed to call 'em thaticlose I'Iu\ with two rather tasty shows. I)on't Illl\\ the chance to catch llll\ most contradictory Ilt'll't) or modern?) (ilaswegian hand. Whatever their influences tlilg Star. The Beatles). this lot are genuinely talented. l.t\ e. they rock too.
I Finitribe, Coney Island Cyclone and Cruyff (as Rot-t. West Port. :39 434 I. 0pm. £5. The very last gig of the Planet I’op I'estnal. And who better to be your hosts than those Iov able local electronic dance hoffins l'tmtrthe'.’ listen ottt for material from their new Slurry lure/1mg lil’ t Infectious) ’l'wo w ell-rated local acts prov tde the \llpptit‘l. prov idtiig inore trad guitar leanings.
I Geno Washington (‘axentttslr West 'l‘olleross. 223 3252. 9pm 3am. £5. The legendary. eternally -eiiet'getic .'\Illt‘l'lc‘.llt blues crooner ht'ings his many years of e\peitenee to heat tn the smart surroundings of The ('avendisli. The man
Hurray! The Fannies play Edinburgh's Iaffacake, Sat 30ISun 31
may be seventy—something but he sings with the rawness and enthusiasm ofa twenty year old.
I Lizzard Lounge Cafe Grafﬁti. Mansﬁeld l’lace Church. corner of Broughton Street. 557 8003. Midnight. £6. t’ery husy attd rightfully popular night of old school sounds sttch as jazz. funk. sottl. ska. ap. Latin etc . . . The liast Coast All-Stars — a collective of local musicians — play live. Attracts a refreshingly friendly and unpretentious
i crowd. Again. get there early because it ; sells ottt faster than very Cold drinks on a
rather hot dav.
I Live Music The Tap ()‘l.auriston. Lauriston Place. 229-104]. 9pm. Free. With local hands the on a rocky. noisy guitar edge. This is a benefit gig fora local charity.
Glasgow ; I Pure Glasgow See separate feature
I The Manfreds Pavilion Theatre.
Renfield Street. 332 18-16. 8pm.
£1 I.50/£‘).50. Manfred Mann by arty other name on the tribute circuit. As usual. don't go along expecting I/lu!
many of the original members to be
pumping out the former pop hits.
; I Flow Motion Nice 'n' Sleazy.
Sauchiehall Street. 333 9637. 9pm. Techno night. featuring live performance.
- I Bosley littrick Bar. Duinbarton Road.
33-1 3560 7.45pm. liree. Iiun with samples as Bosley squeeze in a gig before their l’ttre (.ilasgow set.
I Teenage Fanclub The Jaffacake. Kings Stables Road. 226 5138. 8pm. £9. See Sat 30 for details of this extra Flux I-‘annies gig.
I Spike Island Venue. Calton Road. 557
3073. I0pnt. Price the. Spike Island is the natne of the hand we believe. as well as the natne of the club night. Or something like that. Anyway. there's going to he DIs atid a live band (Spike Island) playing. .-\nd all with a haggy. .‘vlanc lilt to it no tlottht.
I Manbreak King 'l'ttt's Walt Walt Hut. St Vincent Street. 22| 527‘). 8.30pm. £4. linglish band who straddle the poppier end of indie and the more hardcore element.
I Pilotcan and Chickweed The 13th Note. (ilassford Street. 553 1638. .\’.30pni. L' | .50. lidinhurgh's finest noise merchants storm the West Coast.
I Papa Quebec and Sunscape The lirewhottse. .Iohn Street. 552 3801. 0.30pm. l‘ree.
I L ndsay Cooper’s Free
Un erground Henry's ('elltir Bar. Morrison Street. 22l I288. I lpm. £2 t£| I. \‘thtng llll.\ of local live talent. Takes the form of organised and improvised rains.