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Chuck Rodriguez i and Joseph Heslin as western and eastern division credit managers, re- spectively. Rodriguez will be responsible for credit management activities in Seattle, San Francisco and Los An- j geles, while Mr. Heslin will handle the New York, Philadelphia and j Boston markets. Rodriguez comes to Capitol from j Suburban Companies, Inc. Hselin has been associated with Burlington Industries for the past five years bringing with him experi- ence in the garment trades.

And even nicer when those hits belong to Glen Campbell. This LP is sure to shoot up the chart in record time, and should become another gold album for the artist. But this time, Alice Cooper, the quintet that put the outrage in rage, is sporting a top forty single and this should give them a solid boost up the album ladder.

Yes, Alice Cooper is lovely. The Nice was a blockbuster trio and this album captures their excitement. The 12 tunes are all beautifully written and are melodic — both instrumentally and vocally. Title tune, which is also the new single, kicks things off nicely and the group just keeps coming on in their always exhilirating fashion.

LP should be a popular item. This is the live recording of that event. An all-star line-up heard to live perfection. Their special type of airy vocals and a good timey feeling give the al- bum a freshness which is welcome.

But each cut has its own appeal, so it all adds up to a top notch entry. Mitchell, obscene phone callers and the Mafia. She is an extraordinary songwriter, one dis- tinguished by her intelligence and candor.

With her voice she succeeds in bringing you right up dose to her stories. Album features ten originals. Included are items which were previously available on the Hickory label. These are early Donovan recordings, made before he became an inter- national favorite. For those who appreciated them several years back, well, thanks for the memories.

GlennYarbrough's best selling albums distributed by WurnerBros. Recordsand that other record company have always consisted of Rod McKuen songs. He's just finished a brand new one entitled "Bend Down and "Touch Me. In conjunction with the release of the Miles album, the label has desig- nated March as Buddy Miles Week. Cause of death was believed to be a heart attack. Buddah Bway, NYC. Shelby Singleton same address PUB: Gamble Huff S. The Miles, Nice, and Young sets also will be released in Musicassette and 8-track form.

Also, a poster of the Abdul Mati- designed cover and a three-inch Buddy Miles button are being mailed to radio stations, press, and key ac- counts. Final negotiations on finished prod- ucts are now in process with several New York and California based labels. Artist- writer, Clinton Nelson and Warm, a writing folk-rock group, have each received five figure offers.

George Bold is serving as chief pro- ducer. Don Perry is in charge of marketing and can be reached at Bold stated the product will be di- versified, ranging from pop to rock. Emphasis will be on fresh material by the new artists, which have re- sulted from an extensive talent search. The songs he is writing, pretty and soft, reflect a person find- ing peace within himself.

More familiar items on the set: Gene and Jerry obviously dig each other so the pairing really succeeds. With the help of Jeremy Steig and the Sweet Inspirations who appear on several tracks, Plum Nelly add an interesting twist to ordinary rock music. There is a nice interplay throughout the proceedings, not only between the two principals, but among the other members of the group as well, Sam Brown guitar , Bill Goodwin drums and Swallow bass.

This is an excellent jazz pack- age with more than enough impact to hit on the pop market too. Strong and poetic jazz here. We get a large number of audition tapes every week that are extremely well produced. Some help seems on the way from the full line record stores springing up.

Not enough time is spent in thinking of totally new methods of promotion. Where are the rebels? The music industry depends too much on doing and thinking by vote. Or is there more to what we should be doing? My feel- ing is that a record company should be the midwife to the music it re- leases. Spargo entered the recording busi- ness in as promo director of Me'-cury Records in New York. In , he joined Time Records as a producer and director of promo.

In , Spargo joined Roulette Records and produced recordings by many of their major Spanish artists. A year later he began his MGM-Verve association. He will be responsible to Chuck Inman, San Francisco branch manager, for sales- promo activities and artist relations, and gaining radio airplay in the San Francisco area for Epic and Columbia Custom label product. And while we are blessed with a number of gifted originators, we must accept that fact. I think this is a general over- reaction to a form of music that is a core of rock music as a whole.

Anyway, it must be com- patible; we need that. We may have a band, in the future, who not only play music, but also write, di- rect, and perform as well, working as an all-encompassing unit. We need many others. In addition Quad will certainly cause a number of questions about the ob- solescence of current record and tape music. And it is possible. We just need to do a little more research on the subject. While considering several industry assignments, Kirshen may be reached at A complete list of the award win- ners follows: Brown-eyed handsome man — Chuck Berry.

Color him father — Richard Spen- cer. Holly Bee Music Co. Cotton fields — Huddie Ledbetter. Folkways Music Publishing, Inc. Cupid — Sam Cooke. Nickel Shoe Music Co. Get ready — William Robinson. Job- ete Music Co. Gotta hold on to this feeling — Johnny W. Bristol, Pamela Sawyer, Joe Hinton. Previously, Nick Albarano was named general manager and Fred Frank was appointed na- tional promo director. He ran his own indie promo and production company, Vintage Productions, and placed records on Scepter, SSS, Jer- den and his own label.

Sar- gent was national promo manager, uptown division for Tower Records, operating out of the Capitol Tower in Hollywood, and he began as an indie promo man for Jerry Meyers Promotions in Buffalo. Sargent has also played bass with various rock groups in the Western New York state area for three years. Van Metre will be responsible for the development of sales and mer- chandising programs for national and local implementation.

He will coordi- nate all promotions with home office departments and field promotion man- agers, working closely with accounts to ensure the full effectiveness of all programs. In addition to these duties, he will work closely with the director of Artist Development outlining stra- tegies. Van Metre will also be re- sponsible for the development of sales and promotions programs for Epic and Columbia Custom labels. Louis sales manager, Van Metre joined Columbia in His experience includes time snent with the Specialty, Capitol, and Lon- don labels.

Hot fun in the summertime — Syl- vester Stewart. M R C Music Corp. Goode — Chuck Berry. Thurs- day Music Corp.

Love on a two-way street — Sylvia Robinson, Bert Keyes. Gambi Music, 1 Inc. Psychedelic shack — Barrett Strong, Norman Whitfield. A rainy night in Georgia — Tony Joe White. Reconsider me — Mira Smith, Mar- garet Lewis. Shelby Singleton Music, Inc. Since I met you baby — Ivory Joe Hunter. Hill and Range Songs, Inc. Soul deep — Wayne Carson Thomp- son.

Earl Barton Music, Inc. Soulful strut — Eugene Record, Wil- liam Sanders. Take a letter Maria — Ronald B. Thank you falletin me be mice elf again — Sylvester Stewart. These eyes — Burton Cummings, j Randall C. Dunbar Music, ; Inc.

Too busy thinking about my baby — Janie Bradford. Norman Whitfield, Barrett Strong. Turn back the hands of time — Jack Daniels, Bonnie F. Viva tirado — Gerald Wilson, Ames- toy Music. Walk a mile in my shoes — Joe South. Your good thing is about to end — David Porter, Isaac Hayes.

The 30 nominees comprised a soild collection of talents, so one has no real argument with those voted in. A future vote for these fine writers, yes. The first 10, no. Yip Harburg and Frederick Loewe.

A definite 11th choice would have been Jule Styne. This iilogic situation should have been corrected, as it was suggested, by a pairing of writers who worked together for a long period of time. Even so, Harburg and Dietz, who wrote so many memorable songs with Arthur Schwartz, can stand very well on their own. Perhaps of more immediate concern for the Hall is a change in the by-laws that sets a 20 year professional writing career as a qualification for a nominee.

And the quality of their output, not mention their influence on pop music, cannot go unrecognized — which could sit well with some members of Hall, but hardly with the rest of the world. It must now take stock of itself so that it perpetuates its concept of giving credit where credit is truly due. Singing, screaming, cajoling, clawing the air with his fingers Arthur hurtled through the theatrical songs, while behind him a cartain organist provided a major portion of the unusual music that kept The Crazy World of Arthur Brown going.

Shortly after the release of their first and only album, and their American tour, Vincent Crane, that selfsame organist, left the group, which was to disband I completely shortly after.

Some months went by while rumors as to what Vincent would do remained active in Britain's tireless consumer music press. The problems were these: Moreover Emerson is reveal- ing more and more the delicate classical roots that formed the basis for much of his work on both piano and organ. Crane's musical roots lie elsewhere. Consequently the first album suffered from an inability by the group to successfully translate the heavyness of the material and arrangements into musical terms. Further, unlike Emerson, Crane seemed to have trouble handling the sole melodic chores for the group.

Clearly some musical realignments seemed in order. Shakespeare, Hamlet, Act 3, Scene 2. Taken out of context, the essence of that thought is universal, significant and applicable to the pop music industry — an industry which has been accused of fomenting and encouraging the drug culture in our society.

In reality, pop music serves as a reflection of what already exists — a sign of the times — loneliness, despair and alienation. No amount of pressure, hysteria and campaigning can effect a change in music trends, because the consumer is the decision maker, the trend setter.

The consumer dictates by his wants and needs the kinds of songs that will achieve popularity. All the music industry can do is anticipate those feelings and feed them back, musically, to the public in a never ending cycle.

Obviously certain drug oriented songs can be and have been deleted from radio air play lists, thus reducing chances of popularity. But, drug abuse is merely a symptom of the growing detachment fostered by society. The deaths of Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix are symbolic. They died from an overdose of alienation. Drugs were simply the vehicle. As long as feelings of disillusionment and estrangement pervade, songs that mirror these sentiments will find themselves on the pop charts.

Lily will open at the Bitter End Mar. Box , Agoura, Calif. Those who either pur- chase tickets or make inquiries con- cerning the land will receive a de- tailed map of the area. According to Dwyer, an ample sup- ply of uncontaminated water is avail- able from natural springs on the prop- erty, and permanent sanitation facili- ties will be constructed in lieu of temporary latrines.

In addition, Sound View Studios of Long Island will begin construction of a recording stu- dio on part of the property at the conclusion of the festival. Dwyer will announce additional sign- ings in the near future. The film, to be produced by Cinna- ber Cinema, Ltd. University Vice President, Dr. In making the pres- entation, Harvey stated: Damnation are currently in the re- cording studios at work on their third album which is scheduled for a June release.

Discussions are also under way with prospective representatives for the establishment of Roger Wil- liams International Music Centers in Australia and South Africa, said Mr.

The anniversary- party-open-house will begin Sunday, March 28th, at The other rooms will feature a birthday-cake- and-coffee area, manned by the Pan American Coffee Bureau, who will brew a constant supply of fresh coffee beginning each day at 10 A. As the entertainment icing on the cake, Lord Smiley will perform his calypso capers each evening from 5: The ef- fervescent singer improvises songs around members of the audience and spins out musical caricatures at the drop of a name.

He and his group will perform beginning Sunday eve- ning, March 28th and each night thereafter. Morris said the new company would be a separate arm of Big Tree and will be operated by Mack, who has nearly 10 years in commercial produc- tion.

Norm Riggins will assist Mack as sales rep in New York. Mack joined Laurie Productions, Inc. He left Laurie at the end of to become vp of Creative Electronic Musical Industries, where he was until a couple of months ago.

It was Mack who brought the re- cording division of Laurie together with its commercial wing, thus mak- ing Laurie the first record company ever to get into commercials. He turned at least 15 instrumental records into commer- cial themes while with Laurie. Mack is planning to set up repre- sentative operations in Philadelphia, Chicago, Los Angeles, Detroit. Cleve- land, Pittsburgh and St. John Mack Presents, Inc. Phone number is MO Russ Regan, head of Uni, heard the performer during a recent trip to Lon- don, and made the deal with George Pincus, also in London at the time.

A single is being completed in London for release in the U. Hetherington is produced by Anthony Atkins.

Uni, of course, is running high with another English performer, Elton John. Pincus left for London last week to visit with his English publishing-production firms. Ed Kush- ins, national sales manager of Scepter Records right is the winner of the Richard Lindner signed lithograph awarded by Shorewood Packaging Corp. Standing with Kushins is Floyd Glinert, vice president of marketing of Shorewood, who made the presen- tation.

The record is charted at It can also mean getting drunk or just being happv or whatever you want it to mean. The song is not about drugs.

We will use all legal and moral means at our disposal to see that all our artists continue to have access to broadcasting media, as they deserve, and as the public has demonstrated they want them to have. In general, an evening of ineptitude was repeated at the other local chapter gatherings. I for one am too proud of our work to have outsiders see how entertainment purveyors show their wares in such lack of orofessionalism. Or better yet, a black arm band. Dionne Warwick was almost wept to death by willow bead-strings be- fore singing and cameras neatly angled itno a rustic backdrop to show how sorely it was placed in the midst of a Hollywood glamor scene as Con- way Twitty chanted.

This could have been hysterical, convincing the world that the music business is filled with humor. For these were interludes meant to brighten an inherently tedious col- lection of readings. Even the pre-presentation humor on such nights is traditionally wry with an award chaser. But the script sup- plied for the Grammy givers showed only that the producers had to cut costs somewhere, and it was in the comedy writer department.

Then came the presentations them- selves. Here, we saw a positive note, however small. For, after an obvi- ously unrehearsed run-down of the nominees, the generally over-long thank yous were kept to a minimum.

And, Andy, thank you for two ad lib salvations from total oblivion. In addition to the sins of com- mission, there were numerous lesser sins of omission. Some of these, ex- cusable. But, a good start would have made less convincing necessary. There will be three special nights: In addition, a farewell gala dinner and prize-giving ceremony will take place on Aug. The event is being supported by the Teens and Twenties Talent Trust, a national youth organization.

Whether that pre- cise touch of absurdity was needed is debatable, but, at least for some of us, it was a thought to ponder as James made his way through a repertoire of songs which had brought him to this pinnacle.

James Taylor has become larger than life. His songs, gentle musings about on the road, weariness, troubled days and the shadows of his own mind, were super-amplified to fill an arena still haunted by the cries of wealthy fight fans for the blood of gladiator millionaires.

He knew we were watching that screen. Carole King and Jo Mama. After years at her songwriting desk, Carole King is emerging as a per- former. Her Garden set was a joy from start to finish. She has incredible range and hits the deep notes with aplomb. Oh, and there was James Taylor. What can you say? He has a program which builds steadily until the stage is filled with happy singing people, including both of the early acts and James regu- lar accompanists. His set passed too quickly, but not before it was ap- parent that James Taylor is a per- former of rare grace and style.

The new musical is being staged at this venerable Village house, one which lends itself well to the feel of the show. With a receptive audience, such as the one which was on hand last Sunday night, this entertainment in mime and song really works. Since not everyone has done their tarot cards homework, there are help- ful placards which advise us of ex- actly what is transpiring on stage. Accompanied by his packaged show, Nashville: Something Needed — But What? During the four hour dinner and shows, which included both national and local television, the Nashville mu- sic industry leaders and their guests were treated to the usual negative sound system, visability, and food.

One award recipient apparently thought so little of the proceedings, he made no provision to accept his award. Several bright moments gleamed at various unexpected times only to be of fleeting nature. H- they quickly establish characters, drawing us into their world.

The songs, com- posed by a group called Touchstone, never intrude, but serve to enhance the total experience in a refreshing way.

Brown with the J. The whole program is as carefully prepared and neatly fixed as a Greek tragedy, but, as with the play, none of the machinery shows as it drives inexorably toward catharsis.

Brown opens by catching the audi- ence off guard with a first-man-out appearance; then turns the stage over to his companions for a massive re- turn finale. At the outset, Brown strikes up ex- citement with a series of hits that puts his performance on a feverish i level. He starts where most artists climax. And then he comes back to pick up from there. I ] In the interrim, Vicki Anderson flourishes with two songs presented articulately and framed by gracious, , if a bit too practiced, hand gestures.

Each part of the show, 1 every gesture and spasm, all the ef- fort are designed to rouse and en- gage viewers, yet such is the excite- 2 ment of Brown that all his work seems not to be planned ot showy, rather a natural release of his dy- j, namic energy.

In addition to appearing at all the top jazz clubs, she has recorded with Count Basie, Stanley Turrentine, Clark Terry, Lem Winchester and many others.

She was the highest ranking woman musician in the an- nual Downbeat poll, having placed No. Bogart, who headquarrters in New j York, flew to Hollywood to conclude negotiations with Miss Sands, repre- sented by her personal manager, Mel Shayne. She has been studying voice with assistance from the first Roberta Peters Scholarship Award.

This end of Ms career takes on new meaning following his defeat of Ali. Frazier will attend the fight. Film is scheduled to be released early this summer. Information is supplied by manufacturers. This is a weekly ivolving list presented in alphabetical order. It is advised that this card be kept until the list returns to this alphabetical section.

Nick Graham left Rooster also. In his stead came Paul Hammond, a powerful drummer indeed. Rather than replacing the bassist, Crane wisely saw that he needed strength in other areas and found John Cann, a superb guitarist and singer. And so Atomic Rooster was reborn. Everything seemed to jell at once. Vincent seemed more together and, in Cann, he had found the perfect guitarist to comple- ment his keyboard work.

Because the simple fact is that Cann plays the electric guitar like Vincent plays the organ. Heavy textural riffs behind minor key changes predominate his work. All the tracks were written either by Vincent or John and some really stand out. Midway through, the structure of the song is expanded to allow a fiery duet between the two. Here in the opening, Cann uses his guitar like a percussion instrument to provide an unusual accent to each measure.

The song opens onto a musical landscape that seems to rush by on one side and crawl by on the other. For the most part the album reaches the musical heights that it does because of the fiercely creative musical ideas that Crane and Cann throw at each other while playing.

Like Leslie West and Felix Pappalardi of Mountain, this duo con- tinually feed and delight each other in musical terms. This is due mainly to the fact that his figures are played, for the most part, on tom toms and bass drums.

Rooster has just signed with Elektra Records for release in the States. As with every other act on their roster, Jac Holtzman and the people at the label are giving Rooster their most specific attention, from remodeling the cover to de- ciding whether some tracks should be remixed for better overall sound. Nobody there to hold my trembling hand.

Some of us even cry with the lights on, in broad daylight, in crowds, on city streets and in foxhole trenches. Let the devil take tomorrow. Lord, tonight I need a friend. This song reminds me of one morning not so long ago, at 6 a. I went back to sleep, to escape the confusion and loneliness. Certainly an earthquake is a highly concentrated and dramatic event to use to point out the desperation inside each of us.

Just listen to the lyrics of more current hits. How did this one get past our drug reforma- tionists? I am, I cry. I am, said I. Got any clues as to who you are. The hollow emptiness is musically echoed back to us 24 hours a day via our stereos and radios.

Shakespeare, Julius Caesar, Act 1, Scene 2. Strong with guitarist Jeff Kewley and an incredibly enchanting and en- dowed young miss named Lynn Carey fronting the fivesome. I Said" topped , first week in release. Jim Pewter, former g. Badfinger kicks off a twenty city concert tour in the U. Tour is being booked by Arthur Howes Ltd. Just prior to the bash The Impressions had completed a week's engagement at the Apollo Theater in New York and Mayfield was wrapping up his second solo album, at RCA studios here, for release later this month.

Highlight of the evening was a superb performance by both acts. The Syndrome closed its doors last Friday, following the James Taylor concert. Dick Gassen, of 22nd Century Productions, who had re-opened the room in January, is scouting around town for another location.

The campaign, 1 which begain airing March 1, will run for 21 consecutive weeks. Johnson Company con- duct a market research study which verified the extremely high awareness of Loretta Lynn among housewives. From a list of suitable presentors, Loretta was considered the most ap- pealing by the same housewives. Miss Lynn is currently high on the country charts with two albums: Pee Wee King made one of his infrequent trips to Nashville recently to tape an ap- pearance on the syndicated Hugh X.

Lewis Country Club Show. Buddy Alan, popular young country music performer who does frequent guest appearances on Hee Haw and travels extensively with the Buck Owens All American Show in addition to his own single bookings throughout the U. Father and son recently guested on the Merv Griffin Show. The sale features Hereford bulls, calved from Jan. Plans call for use of a spe- cial foot stage, projecting over the floor-level seats in the Opry House in Nashville to allow ample room to conduct audience-participation judg- ing of the cattle before the sale.

WHOO Radio has been chosen as the pilot station for one of the newest and most aggressive national produc- tion companies in the Country Show- case Productions. In the last five years some of his memorable tunes in the top 10 country charts were: Mel Foree, veteran promotion man, celebrated his 25th anniversary with the Acuff-Rose Pub- lishing Co.

Hired by the late Fred Rose, Mel not only pro- moted music but wrote it. Some of his It's A Giant! Hickory Records artist, Roy Acuff, Jr. The pair were immediately swamped for autographs, pictures and copies of their current records. He said the date change was necessary because of a conflict with the nation- ally known Ramp Festival of Cosby, Tennessee, twenty miles from Sevier- ville.

Proceeds from the evening con- cert of country and old-time gospel music will go to the non-profit Dolly Parton Scholarship Foundation, which she established last year, and the Sevier County High School Band Boosters Club. WENO Radio made a new entry to its list of country music firsts re- cently when Lee Dorris, reportedly the first black country deejay joined the station.

The two minute TV shows are currently seen in over television markets each week. Flip; no information available. Based on his past sales, record should do well in chart competition. This one, pulled from his latest LP, is a bouncy up tempo tune in store for immediate airplay. A dynamic vocal performance by Connie. Robinson One of the finest duet performances of the year, Carl and Betty deliver a definite chart single. The fine combination of voices and musical accompani- ment should make this one a classic.

Strong tune shows every indication of becoming a hit. Single has all the ingredients of a hit. She stayed behind the L. Academy chairman Bill Boyd I is executive producer. This first record with Polydor means a definitive breakthrough for the young and talented Joe Harris. Although James Brown was already very popular in Belgium, his personal appearances in Antwerp and Brussels, had great in- fluence on sales of his records. On the LP field Polydor released new items out of the Stax catalogue.

Almost , copies are sold. There is a strong move among the industry towards the release of local product in the States, for use in its Latin Market. RCA and CBS have developed deals with Caytronics, which is launching their artists there, i and the latest contract is, as we re- ported last week, the one signed be- tween Music Hall and Fania.

The idea is to release simultaneously several artists Dany, Rolando Percy and Sabu, among others and even record some material especially for the States. Producer Ricardo Klein- man, who is in charge of these artists, is rushing the recordings, and has plans for an intensive action, through Music Hall, for the rest of the year.

Gian Franco Pagliaro will have a new LP in the market soon. Topper Luis Calvo and president Nestor Selasco will be at hand for the chats. Calvo plans to travel afterwards to Mexico, to visit the MH representative there and study the Centro American market.

The second act of the Anniversary celebra- tion will take place at Auditorio Na- cional. Katz is one of the pioneers of the record industry in Southern Africa, having been a founder and managing director of Troubador Records until his retirement from the record scene in A legendary fig- ure among Belgian jazz fans and rec- ord collectors, Remue started his pro- fessional career after World War I and toured the Continent with such famous bands as the Savoy Orpheans, Bernard Ette, among others.

He also led the first Belgian unit to cut jazz records in These recordings were made by and for the now defunct Edison Bell Co.

The tour opens in Aarhus, Denmark. Parts of the new album were recorded in London last summer at the end of his last European tour and include work be several noted English musicians including Spencer Davis.

All songs on the album were written by Joe Mc- Donald. Before flying to Europe, Feliciano had done a whirlwind day personal appearance tour of Japan where he gave 10 concerts in five cities before packed houses. Product from the territories in question which is not released by Polydor will be manufac- tured on a selective basis and released by Miami.

Co-ordination of releases will be achieved in co-operation with DELA, the Mexico City based opera- tion set up last year to link more closely the operation of all Polydor and Philips companies in Latin Amer- ica. The second agreement gives Peters International the permission to import from all other Polydor companies rep- ertoire which is available for exploita- tion in the United States, but which will not be released by Polydor or its affiliates. German originated repertoire had pre- viously been imported by German News, Playette, and Masterson Rec- ords, and it is expected that these companies will continue to carry im- ported Polydor records in co-operation with Peters International.

Both agreements were negotiated by Chris Whent, in charge of licensed repertoire for Polydor Incorporated.

Record Plant engineers often com- mute between coasts for sessions at the twin Record Plant studio facilities, but this marks the first time a mem- ber of the RP team has left the coun- try for a date.

Lou Brandt produced and Martin Zweiback was writer-director. In his return to Australia, he equalled his earlier success with a return to the Chevron Hilton in Syd- ney, where he is said to have broken an attendance record set by Tom Jones.

Ertegun said Filipacchi will partici- pate in and serve as president-direc- tor-general of the new French record operation. He has served in var- ious capacities with a number of other large record companies and was for several years a leading radio personal- ity in broadcast music.

I have long admired the vitality of their labels and that is why I have agreed to return to the music business. I am confident that we will be producing the music that France will want to hear. Deram acts not coming within this category will be transferred to the parent Decca label, and contemporary Decca artists such as Caravan will be moved on to Deram. Deram label manager John Cooper stated that there will not be a re-launch as such for the label, but attention is being given to the packaging and promotion of future Deram product.

Rober Stigwood Organisation di- rector David Shaw has refuted re- ports that the organisation planned to reduce its music publishing ac- tivities. He explained that all that was contemplated at present was a joint administration idea with Philips and Polydor with whom RSO had close connections.

The idea if it ma- terialized entailed reorganisation on a clerical basis with perhaps one per- son registering copyrights for all three companies instead of each com- pany having an employee engaged on this work. RSO publishing would con- tinue at its present level with hope of expansion. Blue Note jazz product is being re- leased again in the U.

March 23rd is the date selected for London seminar studying the situa- tion and possibilities of in-car ener- tainment to be held under the auspices of the Motor Trader magazine. Among topics to be discussed will be an analysis of the market for car tape players and car radios, BBC plans to cater for the motoring au- dience and frequency modulation for automobile radios. Impresario Maurice King of Capa- ble Management is branching into non pop fields under a deal recently com- pleted whereby he will import Russian acts into Britain over the next three years.

Among the first will be the Kiev Red Army Ensemble due here this month for an eight-week tour. King set the deal with the Soviet Gosconcert organisation. Bron Organisa- tion chief Gerry Bron plans to launch his own label to be called Bronze.

Indie producer Terry Brown has left the Family Tree organisation where his partners were Tommy Sanderson and his son Phil, because of pressure of other recording com- mitments. EMI has named Sidnev Golt as part time consultant adviser on government affairs and he will report direct to chief executive John Reed. Transatlantic Records is to distribute from the Bristol-based folk label Village Thing.

Records, is off on a trip across Canada scouting new talent to. Warner Atlantic promotion manager Ontario Bruce Bissell had his work cut out for him recently with several artists moving into Toronto the first week of March. Bonnie and Delaney pulled a disappointingly small house at Massey Hall but their fans made up in en- thusastic clamor what was missing with the empty seats.

His latest Anne Murray Spe- cial 11 was regarded by some as trite and highly unprofessional, and with good reason. Her latest single has now- been established as a national hit, and even at those stations not familiar with the term Music Of Today, which for their clarification refers to con- temporary music.

On tap for the label is an album and single by Peppertree, a Halifax unit. Their advances has come about primarily through ex- posure in the secondary markets — now an important part of the Ca- nadian radio scene. This week Bovema released the first album from the exciting group C. There has been great reaction to this album so far and it is expected to sell ex- tremely well. The three opening albums are smashing good so also in Holland the introduc- tion will be with heavy promotion.

He had an enthusiastic reception. A cocktail party was organized at the Melia Hotel to intro- duce Mme. His LP of Galician tunes, a delightful work, crystalizes definite- ly the trend started in by his producer, Juan Pardo Novola. Some more news in short: Masi Trini Hispavox has appeared at the Madrid discotheque J.

Polydor will record the five shows James Brown will give at the Olympia and a special live LP will be released shortly afterwards. In Strasbourg on March 10th: Jacques Brel will direct his first film. Vogue has released an LP of Jimi Hendrix tracks recorded over a year ago. This station gives nothing but music 12 hours a day with only ultra short news features as soon as they are received.

About records are played each day. Music includes rock, jazz and classical themes. Also just released through RCA the best Pop record ever made: Since the introductory of the added value tax low in Germany, there exists for all cultural services, like books, papers, magazines, movies etc.

While con- sumers must pay for this massmedia only 5. Therefore they decided to change the strategy and switched from a defensive to offensive action. Amazing and with a very high goodwill ap- proach. The first reaction after one week: As a next step a hundred page booklet with all documents, let- ters and lawyers arguments was sent ten days later to the same people.

A narliament discussion about a re- vision of the present added value tax law can be expected at the end of April. If then a half tax rate for records shall be confirmed, so — as German record companies promised — the 5.

Henry Mancini will give concerts in Berlin on the 25th and 26th of August. The Hollies will come at the end of March for performances in five German cities. The Dutchman John Woodhouse, virtuoso on an elec- tronic accordion, was introduced in Germany during a press conference on Electrola. Now he shall be made also well known in Germany through a special promotion campaign and a TV appearance.

Two Ger- man titles: Delivery is pos- sible from the 15th of April. The label has only one price class of 7. The Austrian hit singer Marianna Mendt, will represent her country at the Eurovision song con- test in Dublin. Jose Feliciano gave concerts in Munich and Frankfurt with great success by the public and press. The Ministers of Education has de- cided to invite yearly entries for a music competition.

As pictured above; Front row, L to R: Wingrave, Les Montooth, John R. Second row, L to R: Gil Sonin, Frederick A. Snodgrass, James Stevens, George W. Third row, L to R: Top row, L to R: Clem Arceneaux, William N. Anderson, Robert Nims, Fred J. Harry Snodgrass, Pat Storino. Directors not present for the photo taking were: The novel and highly successful event was staged in the huge Student Union Hall of the State University at Genesco, and ran from The games were played on eleven brand new pin- tables manufactured by D.

Prime mover in organizing the tournament was John Bilotta, Jr. The various events included playing alone, in partners, and in doubles. Total points amassed in the respective games determined the win- ner. Welsh accumulated an amazing total of 1,, points. Jeff Ross also of Genesco had the highest single game — , points.

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