MUSIG rock & pop
ROCK & POP: WED 22 continued Edinburgh
I Turquoise Common Grounds. 2/3 North Bank Street. Tlte Mound. 226 l4l6. 8pm. Free.
I Dave's Party Henry's Cellar Bar. Morrison Street. 22l I288. 9pm. £4. Music for the permissive from Edinburgh‘s hardy melodic ensentble Dave.
I Prolapse, Dawn Of The Replicants aitd The Space Kittens King Tut's Walt Walt Hut. St Vincent Street. 22l 527‘). 8.30pm. £4. Inventive ways witlt noisy guitars. Prolapse ntake a cltaotie live experience. Stet'eoIab-islt repetitive droning punctuated by unusual melodies and rabble-rousing guitars can be expected at the very least. Dawn ()f The Replicants are a personable bunch witlt some loonv tunes.
I The Spice-ish Girls and pH Family Nice 'n' Sleazy. Sauchieltall Street. 333 9637. 9pm. A most bizarre double bill — cltart pop meets underground noise terrorists. Could this be a marriage ntade iii purgatory"?
I Hugh Reed And The Velvet Underpants Bourbott Street. George Street. 552 ()I4 I. 7pm. £3. See Sat I l. I Cornerstone aitd Renko Fury Murry's. Maxwell Street. 22l 65l l. 9pm. £3. including entry to post-gig club Lovesltack.
I Closer. Pulsar and The Eddies The Arena. ()swald Street. 22l 30l0. 8.30pm. £3.50 (advance); £4 (door).
I Acoustic Night (‘lub Zebra. The l3tlt Note. ('ilassford Street. 553 I638. 8.30piit. £l.
I Astrid and Driver The Hall Bar. Woodlands Road. 564 I527. 9.30pm. Free. Sunny melodies front the much- fancied Astrid.
I Sweet Jane and Superunknown Cavern Bar. Stratliclyde l'nivei'sity Student Litton. .loltit Street. 552 I895. 9pm. l’i'ee. Students and guests.
I Glasshouse, Flux, Spleen aitd Null And Void Strawberry l‘ic‘ltls. ()swald Street. 22l 5*)l l. 8pm. £3.
I The Dazes Waxy's. Candleriggs. 552 87l7. 9.30pm. l-‘ree. Rock and blues.
I Seattle Kilkennys. .loltit Street. 552 3505. 9pm. I-"ree.
I Boomba The Honeycomb. Blair Street. 220 438I. 9pm. £2. MI}. members get in free. Baitd on stage at midnight. Clteap drinks between
‘)»-I lpiit. The band that backs Blacka'nized present their new skool Nu Yoricait hip hop. Latin tltaitg. a sound that keeps the dancel‘loor packed aitd gets even the ittosi stubborn still necks nodding.
THE BATHERS +PO0KA
Live at East Kilbride Arts Centre
Fri 17 Oct 1997, 8pm Tickets £7/£4 concs East Kilbride Arts Centre Old Coach Road East Kilbride Tel: 01355 261000
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Gigs are listed by date, then by cit . Performances Wlll be listed, provi ed that details reach our offices at least ten days before (publication. Jazz listings compile by Kenny Mathieson.
I Glasgow Jazz Record Club Unitarian Church Centre. 72 Berkeley Street. 22l 3l54. lvlembership details front l-Irnie Speirs. l4 Glendee Road. Renfrew. PA4 ()AI). 886 294‘). 7.30pm. Dick Bluer takes on a double bill featttring arranger Billy May aitd ‘Is’enton Rendezvous‘.
I POS Big Band Henry's Cellar Bar. 8 Morrison Street (opp ABC cinema). 22] I288. llpitt—3am. band on stage l2.30am. £5 (£4). An ambitious seventeen-piece contemporary big band. plus DJ and rappers.
I Lizzard Lounge Cafe Graffiti. Iiast London Street (Mansfield Church). Cltib starts l0.30pnt. baitd on stage midnight. All tickets on door. £6 (£5). Popularjazz- funk/Latin club night. featuring quality live baitds. Salsa demons Sonora La Calle are the groovers iit question this evening. Damn line they are too.
I Tommy Smith and Murray McLachlan RSAMt). too Renfrew Street. 332 5057. 7.30pm. £8 (£6). A classical outing for the saxophonist witlt his duo partner. pianist Murray McLachlait. iii a recital wlticlt includes Smith's two Suiiutuv. and music by Satie. Bartok. (ii'ieg. Potilenc and Chick Corea.
I Midnight Blue Cafe (iraffiti. liast London street (Mansfield Church). l0.30pm 2am. £3 (£2). A new live jazz night to round off the weekend at Graffiti. with live bands and D.ls iit action.
I John Rae Trio Henry 's Cellar Bar. 8 Morrison Street (opp ABC cinema). 22l I288. I Ipitt-Iate. £2 (£I). Brian Kellock (piano). Kenny Iillis (drums) and .lolttt Rae (drums).
I T.I.A (Transient lschaemic Attack) Is'tilu's .lazz limit. The Hoiteycoittb.
36 38a Blair Street. 226 215 l.
l0.30pm 3am. baitd on stage midnight. £3 (£2 ). Mellow jazz-lunk dancelloor vibes front the .labba crew
I Lindsay Cooper Free Underground Henry 's Cellar Bar. 8 Morrison Street (opp ABC cinema). 22l I288. I lpitt- late. £2 i£l l. liree aitd experimental ja/z session. Sit in. or just listen.
TUESDAY 14 Edinburgh I Magnum 4/4 The Honeycomb. 36 38a Blair Street. 226 2 I5 I. ltlpiit 3am. band on stage llpitt. £4 (£3). Classic Blue Note-style blowing on jazz aitd l'tiitk grooves from a powerful sextet.
I Colin Steele's Groove Merchants Kulu’s .la/z .loiitt. The Honeycomb.
36 38a Blalt' Street. 226 2L5 l.
l0pitt- 3am. band on stage I l.30pm. £4 (£3). The trumpeter fronts ltisja/z-fuitk outfit.
I Jazz Singer's Night Henry 's Cellar Bar. 8 Morrison Street (opp ABC cinema). 221 I288. llpitt late. £3 (£2). .la/z vocal slot w tilt Cathy Rae.
I Mundell Lowe Pizza Express. l5l Queen Street. 22l 3333. Dining front 8pm. sltow 9pm. £8. Qite of the giants of the classic jazz guitar style which evolved iii the 50s. Lowe is a polished technician as well as a highly expressive iitiproviset‘. He recorded with the likes of Lester Young. Charlie Parker and Billie Holiday iit his formative years. and went on to mix distinguished jazz playing with a ntore lucrative career writing music for television. first iit New York. and later oit the west coast. His elegant. understated style encompasses mainstream swing aitd bebop. and his ongoing exploration of the jazz standards repertoire ltas been marked by a subtle and distinctive approach that is all his own.
I D. S. Murray Quartet Tron Jazz. Cellar. Tron Tavern and Ceilidh House. Hunter Square. 220 I550. 8.30pm. £4 (£3). The guitarist leads one of the ittost imaginative of the newer groups to emerge on the recent Scottish jazz. scene. fusing free-flowing jazz improvisations with contemporary dance-based rhythms iii highly effective fashion.
I Surely Kulu's Jazz Joint. The Honeycomb. 36--38a Blair Street. 220
438 I. ‘)pitt--3ant. baitd on stage midnight. £2. Live hip ltop. stretching over intojazz. I Eddie Severn Quartet Henry's Cellar Bar. 8 Morrison Street (opp ABC cinema). 22l I288. llpnt--late. £3 (£2). Trumpeter Eddie Severn leads his bop- i'ooted quartet.
I Glasgow Jazz Record Club Unitarian Church Centre. 72 Berkeley Street. 22l 3l54. Membership details front lirnie Speirs. l4 (ilendee Road. Renfrew. PA4 ()AI). 886 294‘), 7.30pm. (itiest musician Ken Matltieson's subject is '\\'elcoitte Back Agaiii‘.
I Joe Zawinul Syndicate Queen's Hall. Clerk Street. 667 7776. t’.3llpiit. £9. £l2.5() (£5). See preview.
I D. S. Murray Quartet MaeRobei't Centre. l'niversity of Stirling. ()l786 46l08l. 10.30pm. £5 (£2.50). See Thu l6.
I Joe Zawinul Syndicate Mitchell 'l'lteatre. (ii'aitv ille Street. 287 55l I. 8pm. £9.50 (£5 t. See preview.
I Lizzard Lounge Cafe (ii‘affiti. t-Last London Street (Mansfield Church). Cltib starts It).30pitt. band on stage midnight. All tickets on door. £5 (£4). See Sat ll.
I None Of The Above The Bongo (‘lttll l4 New Street. 5.56 .5204.
8pm lant. £5 (£3). Tonight's artists include Scotia Nova and Bag of Cats. I Midnight Blue Cafe (ii'affiti. liasl London Street (Mansfield Church). |().3()pttt- 2am. £3 (£2 ). See Stiit I2.
I John Rae Trio Henry‘s Cellar Bat. 8 Morrison Street (opp ABC cinema). 22l I288. llpiit late. £2 (£1). SeeStm I2.
MONDAY 20 Edinburgh I T.l.A (Transient lschaemic Attack) Kulu‘s .lazz Joiitt. The Honeycomb. 36 38a Blair Street. 226 2 l 5 |. l0.30pitt 3am. band on stage midnight. £5 (£2). See .\l()ll l3. I Lindsay Cooper Free Underground Henry‘s Cellar Bar. 8 Morrison Street (opp ABC cinema). 22l I288. llpitt -late. £2 (£l I, See .\lt)ll l3.
TUESDAY 21 Edinburgh I Magnum 4/4 The Honeycomb. 36—38a Blair Street. 226 2l5 l. l0pm—3am. band on-stage I lpm. £4 (£3). See Tue I4.
WEDNESDAY 22 Edinburgh
I Colin Steele's Groove Merchants Kulu's Jazz Joint. The Honeycomb. 36—3811 Blair Street. 226 2l5 I. I0pm—3am. band on stage I l.30pm. £4 (£3). See Wed I5.
‘ THURSDAY 23 Edinburgh
I Alan Skidmore Tron Jazz Cellar. Tron Tavern aitd Ceilidh House. Hunter Square. 220 l550. 8.30pm. £6 (£5). One of the leading lights ofthe British jazz saxophone scene over the past three decades. Skidmore ltas earned a reputation as a particularly devout disciple ofJoltit Coltrane. He will demonstrate just why is so when he links tip with fellow saxmait John Burgess in a welconte return to the Tron.
I Surely Kulu's Jazz Joint. The Honeycomb. 36—38a Blair Street. 220 438 l. 9pm—3am. band on stage midnight. £2. Live ltip ltop. stretching over into jazz.
I Eddie Severn Quartet Henry‘s Cellar Bar. 8 Morrison Street (opp ABC cinema). 22l I288. llpm—late. £3 (£2). See Thu l6.
Gigs are listed by date. then by cig'. Performances Will be listed, provi ed
that details reach our offices at least
ten da 5 before publication. Folk & World istings compiled byNorman Chalmers.
I Shehallion New Clyde Auditorium. SI-ICC. liinnieston Quay. 7.30pm. Tickets £|0~£25 (cone). 287 7777. Group bookings 204 0200. World prentiere of a big. let's face it. Riverdance-inspired production iit dance aitd music. based on the Scots warrior-queen ntytlt. with an original score by Douglas Wltyte. Gaelic
songstress Mairi Maclnnes takes the lead ; singing role. with young Marissa MacBeatlt
on clarsaclt. a powerful dozen-strong band including ex-members of Deacon Blue. World Champion drummer Jiiit Kilpatrick's group. accordion. arid bagpipes played by ex-Battlel'ield Bandsmait Dougie Pittcock. I Kingston Bridge Trio Clutlta Vaults. Stockwell Street. 552 7520. 8.30pm. l‘i'ee. Acoustic folk.
1 I Ceilidh Dance Riverside Club. Fox
Street. 248 3 I44. Doors open 7.30pm. £5. Live bands.
f I Ceilidh Dance The lierry. Clyde
Place. 9pm. £5. Tickets at the venue or iii
, advance front the Ticket Centre. 5 Candleriggs. 227 55l l.
I Penicuik Folk Festival Navaar House Hotel. Bog Road. lnforntation and tickets ()l*)68 678I53. ()pening itigltt starts off
with a ceilidlt dance featuring Bill
Richardson's Baitd III the Town Hall.
' 7.30pm. £l -£4. Session iii the Navaar.
I Shehallion New Clyde Auditoriuttt. SIiCC. l-‘innies‘ton Quay. 7.30pm. Tickets £ Ill-£25 (cone). 287 7777. See Fri I0 I Phil Shakleton Scotia Bar. Stockwell Street. 552 868l. 3.30pm. Free.
I Ceilidh Dance Riverside Club. Fox Street. 248 3 I44. Doors open 7.30pm. £5. Live hands.