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20—The Daily Collegian Friday, Oct. 9
James J. Mapes, billed as Cam
pus Entertainer of the Year in 1978,
takes the University comniunity on
• "A Journey into the Imagination
through Hypnosis" at 8:30 tomor
row evening in Eisenhower Audito
rium. The program is sponsored by
Students for the Performing Arts
and the 1981 Homecoming Commit
Mapes, an actor and. producer
who has to his credit numerous
stage, television and film appear
ances, first studied hypnosis in
Europe in 1970. He then developed a
stage hypnosis show that through
the years has evolved into his pro
"PSI," a name derived from a
word referring to unexplained or
paranormal phenomena, is a
theatre piece in which the members
of the audience become stars of the
show. Mapes uses 40-50 hypnotized
subjects, both on stage and in the
audience, and takes them through,
outer space via their imaginations.
"Besides providing entertain
ment," says Mapes, "I want the
show to destroy the myths that
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N band, blew releases by jazz saxophon i st , mouth organist
"Freetime," Spyro Gyra, MCA Records, MCA-5238 "oomph." Jeremy Wall's "Summer Strut" is high- "I Go To Pieces," an old Del Shannon melody,
When Spyro Gyra played Eisenhower Auditorium spirited and cocky. But it's followed by another Wall raises an interesting dilemma; how far do you go
a few weeks ago, the band blew the roof off. The composition, "Elegy for Trane," a dragging, slow with the accessible , pop routine? This song almost
energy which the band generated could light the tribute to John Coltrane that neutralizes the fun takes Lofgren into the great abyss of candy rock
city of New York for a year. It was a circular flow of feeling of "Summer Strut." a hole out of which many rockers never climb.
energy, moving from the stage into the audience If it weren't for the professionalism of Spyro But Night Fades Away never quite falls into that
and then given back to the performers an Gyra, Freetime would be a total Waste. The band's trap. It's a solid album from a very underrated
inspiring experience. good musicianship and studio expertise save this artist Nils Lofgren.
This' reporter gave the band a !auditory review album from being just another jazz recording.
and meant every word. However, Spyro Gyra's "Night Fades Away," Nils Lofgren, Backstreet
latest release, Freetime, doesn't get such favorable Records, BSR-5251
treatment. My first rock concert. Pucillo Gymansium, Mill-
Sure, the compositions are well written and the ersvile State College and the lineup was Eliot
musicianship is near perfect. The album is well Murphy, Nils Lofgren and a then-youthful, post
engineered, with a smooth, clean sound throughout. "Sara Smile" Darryl Hall and John Oates.
And there's the problem. It's too clean and pretty. At that time Lofgren was coming off Cry Tough, a
Few times does the band get really hauling and minorly successful album. The title song made the
generate, and here's the key word, energy. rounds on the FM rock stations. He played loud,
Live, Spyro Gyra puts out a suprisingly loud and aggressively and impressively.
powerful sound. Anyone sitting near the speakers Night Fades Away isn't as aggressive as Lof
left Eisenhower with a stuffy feeling inside his head, gren's earlier work, but it has an element of power
something that usually only happens at rock con- and purify that makes it a passable effort.
certs. Lofgren isn't a complicated musician with heavy
That is the way rock-fusion jazz should be played. lyrics and even heavier guitar work. His voice is
Such a sound and feeling should be conveyed onto pleasant and easy to listen to and his guitar solos
the disc and the listener shouldn't have to turn up compliment the composition instead of dominating
the stereo to full volume to get it. it.
The title song, written by keyboardist Tom Schu- Lofgren has the talent to produce music of a more
man and drummer Eli Konikoff, starts off the complicted caliber, but has instead chosen the route
album. Bass player Will Lee starts the song with a of controlled pop. While many musicians can't do
funky bass line and the song soon builds into an even anything but easy rock 'n' roll, Lofgren deliberately
tempo with Jay Beckenstein's saxophone taking the makes his work sound light.
lead. And the problem creeps up again. A lack of The title cut is typical of most of the album. It is
energy leaves the tune weak and helpless, a musical easy, uncomplicated and smooth, but with a mas
invalid. terful guitar backup blended to help, not overpower,
The album does have some momentary bursts of the song.
Spyro Gyra back on vinyl
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"Tender Togetherness," by Stanley Turrentine,
Stanley "Mr. T" Turrentine is a tenor sax player.
Not an especially noteworthy one, if one judges
solely by this album. Good, yes. Expressive, com
manding, but trapped within a groove of smoothie
funk instead of real bad ass jazz. A disappointment,
for it seems that the big T would fare well in the
realm of heavier jazz.
It's nice, nice, very nice, but it just makes me
want to put on a Crusaders album and hear Wilton
Felder do the same thing, only so much better.
Perhaps it's the haunting suspicion of a basic pop
schmalz sss-orientation that spoils this album. Too
much sugar too many instruments, vocalists and
engineers had their hands on this one, and poor Mr.
T gets lost in the manipulation. Give him just a bass
player and a drummer, then see what happens.
"My Road Our Road," by Lee Oskar, Elektra SF-526
"Music without feeling is nothing!"• says Lee
Oskar, harmonica player for War. Music without
interest ain't that great either. How far can the
musical imagination reach with simplistic melodies
on the blues harp swimming on an ocean of swelling
Classifying this music is a difficult (and probably
pointless) task. Not quite jazz, not quite Muzak, not
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after the first track. But almost. A jumble of styles
held together loosely by some childish notion of love
and freedom, some bad poetry and the magic of
studio fluff, this album is surprisingly weak for the
amount of effort that must have gone into its
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The Daily Collegian Friday, Oct. 9. ,9531.-22
"Crossbills" by Dave Jenkins
(answers In Tomorrow's Classifieds)