MUSIC rock & pop
ROCK & POP: THU 28 OCT continued
I The All American Solid Gold Rock ‘n’ Roll Show 2000 Festival Theatre, 13—29 Nicolson Street, 529 6000. 7.30pm. £15.50—£17.50 (£13.50—£15.50). See Tue 24.
I The Amphetameanies The Venue, 17-21 Calton Road, 557 3073. 8pm. Glasgow’s massive ska collective blaze around the stage with support from The Splitters and DJs.
FRIDAY 27 Glasgow
I Mekon and Dirty Beatniks Pressure, The Arches, Midland Street, 221 4001. 10.30pm. £14 plus booking fee. Wall Of Sound rip up the dancefloor courtesy of some of the acts on their stable. They’re a little bit indie, a little bit big beat.
I Maria Muldaur The Ferry, Clyde Place, 429 8676. 7.30pm. £10. The woman who urged you to put your camel to bed in her hit ‘Midnight At The Oasis’ plays as part of Big Big World.
I Mover, Cartel and Little Miss Strange King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, St Vincent Street, 221 5279. 8.30pm. £4 plus booking fee.
I Sneak Attack Tigers Nice ‘n’ Sleazy, Sauchiehall Street, 333 9637. 8.30pm.
I The Few, Rockfish and The Konspiracy Fury Murrys, Maxwell Street, 221 6511. 9pm. £4, including entry to post-gig club.
I Stuart McLean 8: Western Rhythm Grand Ole Opry, Paisley Road T011, 429 5396. 7.30pm. £3 (£2 members). Country. I Abba Disco Party Bourbon Street, George Street, 552 0141. 7pm. £5 (£17.50 with dinner). Featuring an Abba tribute act.
I The Outpatients Samuel Dow’s, Nithsdale Road, 423 0107. 8.30pm. Free. I Sleepflower Pine Trees Inn, Stirling Road, Dumbarton, 01389 726610. 8pm. £2.
SATURDAY 28 Glasgow
I Reef and Crashland Barrowland, Gallowgate, 552 4601. 7.30pm. £12.50 plus booking fee. No age restriction on this show. This date has been rescheduled to November see Surface Noise for details.
I LA Doors King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, St Vincent Street, 221 5279. 8.30pm. £9 plus booking fee. Tribute to the Californian desert gods.
I The Amphetameanies and The Splitters Nice ‘n’ Sleazy, Sauchiehall Street, 333 9637. 8.30pm. Good-time ska from the many-tentacled
I e salvo and Stapleton The 13th Note Club, Clyde Street, 243 2177. 7pm. £3. de salvo come fresh from their Scottish su port dates with ldlewild.
I The Ra io Sweethearts The 13th Note Cafe, King Street, 553 1638. 8pm. £2. Local country heroes with their songs sung blue.
I Tommy Truesdale 8: The Sundowners Grand Ole Opry, Paisley Road Toll, 429 5396. 7.30pm. £3 (£2 members). Country rock.
I Elvis Tribute Bourbon Street, George Street, 552 0141. 7pm. £5 (£17.50 with dinner).
I The Counterfeit Clash McChuills, High Street, 552 2135. 10pm. Free. Clash and other covers.
I Open Stage The Halt Bar, Woodlands Road, 564 1527. 4—8pm. Free. Weekly session for local musicians.
I Lifeform 281 The Hall Bar, Woodlands Road, 564 1527. 8.30pm. Free.
I The Mistreated Samuel Dow’s, Nithsdale Road, 423 ()107. 8.30pm. Free.
I Darrel Higham & The Enforcers Spider’s Web Cellar Bar, 258 Morrison Street, 477 3471. £5. Hard-hitting
34 Portland Place london llll B 1H0 teL 020 7636 6032
Pollsh Cultural lnstltute
llahorng ensemble plays the Polish fantasy
4 IIOUEIIIBER, SﬂTURDfW 7.30PIII REID CONCERT HﬂLL UIIIUERSITV 0F EDIIIBURGII
Wlodzimierz Nahorny, one of Poland's leading jazz pianists, will be performing pieces from his latest album The Polish Fantasy which has taken Poland by storm. In his stunning improvisations on Chopin's preludes, Nahomy will be joined by special guests: MACIEJ STRZELCZYK (violin),
WOJCIECH STARONIEWICZ (sax)
DOROTA MISKIEWICZ (voice, violin)
MARIUSZ BOGDANOWICZ (double bass) and PIOTR BISKUPSKI (drums).
REID conch llﬂtl, llnluersltg of Edinburgh, Brlsto Square, tel: 0131 650 2423. Box ofﬁce [the Queen's Hall Tlcltet Centre]: 0131 668 2019. “diets: £5 [cone £4]
The concert is organised in association with the Scottish-Polish Cultural Association and Krajowe Biuro Koncertowe Agency (MCKiS), and is sponsored by the City of Warsaw and the Polish Consulate in Edinburgh.
52 THE LIST 19 Oct—2 Nov 2000
Suckle play as support to Teenage Fanclub at the Barrowland, Glasgow, Sun 29 Oct
rockabilly from guitarist Higham and his band.
I Stealer N.B.’s, Balmoral Hotel, 1 Princes Street, 556 2414. 10pm. Free. Funk-rock four-piece based in Edinburgh.
I Jacqui McShee's Pentangle Wynd Theatre, Buccleuch Street, 01896 823854. Folk-jazz fusion with a healthy dose of world inﬂuences as vocalist McShee leads the band through old favourites as well as songs from their latest album.
I Teenage Fanclub and Suckle Barrowland, Gallowgate, 552 4601. 7.30pm. £10 plus booking fee. The much-loved Fanclub return with their spifﬁng new album Howdy — more of the usual but well up to scratch. Hypnotic support from Suckle, the band formed by ex-Vaseline Frances McKee.
I The Australian Pink Floyd The Ferry, Clyde Place, 429 8676. 8pm. £12 (£11). Effective soundalike tribute to the mighty Floyd.
I Steve James Band Grand Ole Opry, Paisley Road T011, 429 5396. 7.30pm. £3 (£2 members). Country.
I The Blues Poets The Scotia. Stockwell Street, 552 8681. 4pm. Free. Fortnightly residency for the blues veterans.
I Live Music Nice ‘n’ Sleazy, Sauchiehall Street, 333 9637. 8.30pm.
I Live Music The Cathouse, Union Street, 248 6606. 7.30pm. £3. No age restriction on this show. Unsigned band showcase.
I Curios? Bongo Club, 14 New Street, 558 7604. 10.30pm—3am. £5 (£4). It‘s a circus theme at this club-cabaret, so look out your costumes and get ready for a night of live music from the likes of Quark, Helf, side-shows, impromptu performances and a four decks plus musiciansjam from the Jengaheads.
I The Fuse, Angulus and Showcat The Attic, Dyer’s Close, 71 Cowgate, 225 8382. 7.30pm. £4. Rock/indie triple bill of local bands.
I Other Sam Heriot-Watt Students Union, Riccarton, 451 5333. 9pm. Free. Indie/rock at newly refurbished student and guests venue.
I LA Doors The Venue, 17—21 Calton Road, 557 3073. 8pm. £9. See Sat 28.
I The Manfreds Festival Theatre, 13—29 Nicolson Street, 529 6000. 7.30pm. £13.50—£l6.5() (£11.50—£14.50). Over 30 years since they first enjoyed chart success with numbers such as 54321 and Mighty Quinn, the Manfreds do the reunion thing one more time.
MONDAY 30 Glasgow
I The Smashing Pumpkins and The Catherine Wheel SECC, Finnieston Quay, 287 7777. £20 plus booking fee. Balding Billy Corgan and his rocking bumpkins bid farewell to this cruel world with this tour shortly before Corgan was due to disappear completely up his own backside.
I Faust Old Fruitmarket, Albion Street, 287 5511. 7.30pm. £15 plus booking fee. See preview for the Krautrock titans who will be providing an idiosyncratic soundtrack to FW Mumau’s Nosferatu. I Nought and Pluto Monkey The 13th Note Cafe, King Street, 553 1638. 8pm. £4. Nought are current Peel favourites while Pluto Monkey feature members of List favourites Dawn Of The Replicants.
I Acoustic Jam Nice ‘n’ Sleazy, Sauchiehall Street, 333 9637. 8.30pm. Weekly jam hosted by Gerry Lyons.
I The Australian Pink Floyd The Liquid Room, 9c Victoria Street, 225 2564. 7pm. £13.50. Probably the best known Floyd tribute, supposedly counting members of the real band among its fans, this outfit recreate the sounds and visual effects of a Pink Floyd concert.
I Jacqui McShee's Pentangle The Attic, Dyer’s Close, 71 Cowgate, 225 8382. 7.30pm. £11 (£9 in advance). Folk- jazz fusion with a healthy dose of world influences as vocalist McShee leads the band through old favourites as well as songs from their latest album.
I The Haunted, Medulla Nocte and Confusion Corporation The Cathouse, Union Street, 248 6606. 8pm. £7.50 plus booking fee. No age restriction on this show. Goth and hardcore line-up.
I The Pachinos, Twinkle Wonderkid and Dieselbone King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, St Vincent Street, 221 5279. 8.30pm. £4 lus booking fee.
I Slade night The 13th Note Cafe, King Street, 553 1638. 8pm. Free. Tim & Jam, Captain Blackbeard, Greathead Briggs and The Wig Wam Bamz are among the local acts paying tribute to Slade at this Hallowe’en party where the theme is glamour.
I Zobi and Wood Glory Box, Curlers, Byres Road. 338 6511. 8.30pm. Free.
I Paul Gallagher Corinthian, Ingram Street, 552 1101. 10pm. Free. See Tue 24.
I Samhainn Bongo Club, 14 New Street, 558 7604. 11pm-3am. £5 (£4). Following their fire parade down the Roval Mile, the Beltane Society descend on the Bongo with drummers and 01s to celebrate the Celtic Hallowe’en.