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THE iMnuAiti DAILY GLEANER, OUUUNEK, MONDAY MUINUAY MARCH 7,1983 •

Husband and wife team in music ... together

rated inin 1968, 19fi8. «h» ajBBjlBjajajBjBjBjivaiijBjBjaiM \^ -He nugtated she ,» in 10*0 1969, j._. they met end he is making very sure that Mary's first two albums somewhere in the Sevent.es, became one shonlV after are strictly reggae. However, it is with this same strong andnow live their lives aronnd music which keeps them conviction that he deplores the shortcomings in the together.^^ music business as it affects reggae and its chances of -Mary Isaacs, wife of band-leader, Monie Butler, really becoming the sound of the international market. who-also doubles as her manager, has in her first single "Things like poor lyrics, bad grammar, wrong You and 1 , a very different and potentially successful chords hurt more than enhance our music," says recording. Mortie "and if we are going to compete on the Written by her husband and produced by him early world i&arket then we have to pull op our socks as lastJyear with some splendid arrangement and mixing far as the finished material that we put out is by Gebffery Chung, this New York-originated sound concerned". has,not lost much by way of the reggae rhythm and Whatever the outcome <rf the talks about their what it lacks in rhythm it more than makes up with its upcoming album, die Butlers are a very close and rich lyncs. professional team, something that reggae could do a lot Mary, who only started singing professionally more with. a short time ago, had the distinction of singing it Howard J&cGowan. for the Prime Minister of Jamaica at a dinner held forJiim in New York in December 1982. The song which was done at the A*R studio in New York was--backed by Mortie Butler and the Peoples GLOBE Heritage band, featuring Mortie himself on keySTANLEY TURRENboards. IT TJ TINE — Hone Agais DMbte Fufan (A) Released in March of last year in the US., in June (Elektra) - Talk about ex •PADDY in Jafnaica and in September in the U.K. "You and I" peneoce, this tour saxo- • BLUE JEANS has nan up sales of 7,000 in the New York area alone. phonist jazz great has ben On Mortie's own 'Chns Tune* label, the record has polishing his craft since be PALLADIUM been-moving well on the music charts in Brooklyn and took to the road as a 17(f) Manhattan, and from all indications the Dynamicsyear-oW kid, playing with a dismbuted 45 should en|oy some success here at home. group that included pianist TATTOOED As the forerunner of her first album, which she is Ray Charles. This album here to complete the negotiation, Mary and Mortie HIT MAN finds Torrentine in Ugh place "a great deal of faith in this recording, and the fact spirits playing with that that-hc has enough material for some two albums "just smooth, liquid gold style ' ASTORst.TOWN sitting around" shows how much faith this soft-spoken DOUBLE <») that is instantly recognizGeorgian old boy has not only in his song-writing able. No better jazz • KIMAKIZE COP ability but in his wife's talent as well. » BRUKA QUEEN Mortie Butler and Mary Isaacs with their son Chris at the GLEANER Office during their interview. around •Mortie became aware of Mary's singing talent at a OF EVIL rehearsal session with his band in 1977. And, as he puts it CRYSTAL ». TOWN -"Since then I have nurtured her and coached her extensively m all the areas of music that I have DOUBLE (A) experience in and when I felt she was ready I took her • SWORD OF played a semi-fictional into the studios. MONTE CRISTO "I can honestly say that I am immensely pleased • FEMALE three real perm • EXECUTIONER ; result". tin, "my son asked, 'Why Fischer, Vincent By NANCY ANDERSON contest, which is a nimfMeSe, who goes back to the days of the Vikings, was and Wimam SUnr. WeatOffer News Service lar contest, with a song alw«js around music. In fact, he and his friends have CUFFucu "I thought about ft for era writers who were early named "Waterloo" and beejrrcredited with forming the first school-boy dance . DOUBLE (A) went on one —- to » become W-.WVMH. vu^ •RBjaU*WOOD •«• Matt* minute and told him,advocates ot-Gandtt's pttbandin Jamaica while he was at St. George's. • SPY TODAY DIE _-Mortie feels very strongly about reggae and to this Internationally ac- Kingston on April 3, and of the most popular pop tin Sham, an actor with as •We're not going,' beome 1 TOMORROW groups ever. ever. maeh principle as acclaim re«U»d that I wanted to -„ „ . . - . . . . . . . . • NIGHT claimed reggae singer aftei a two-week break entry songs subThe sonars (and he has ample of each), go for the wrong reason. ... 'Ti ""S ""*" ***** PASSAGE Peter Tosh is sched- they will be off again to mitted in this contest will reft"ed to take money for *1 wanted to he aM» in ** *"* *T ff" and Zimbabwe be judged according to uled to leave Kingston Swaziland STRAND MOBAY in Africa for the second their total musical ity his work in "Gandhi," Cdo m S a t u r d a y leg ambia Pictures' mighty ' DOUBLE <A) of the tour. depth to Gandhi's *"-n-g with the accents on crefilm which has jnst gone (March/5) lor a * ** OFLINSTEAD . Unlike, most of the prin- when be first went to New • CAVALRY originality, ar- into release. COMMAND lebgthy tour of sec- The dates this year for ativity, opals in "Gandhi," Sheen York as an actinf hopefaL rangement and vocal "Gandhi took vows of • CORNEL tions of the United the World Popular Song performance CIRCUIT States, Australia and Festival held annually in Last year's winner, poverty," Sheen points out, Tokyo, Japan, have been Anne Bertucci of the "so I coaldnt see making a New Zealand. KOHINOOR INDIAN as October 29 and United States (inciden- nickel from the picture." ROOT MO BAT Tosh and his band. set 30, according to a re- tally our own Carlene So that he wouldn't have DOUBLE (A) RESTAURANT Word, Sounds and lease from the promot- Davis had entered) has to pay tax on money be • WILD IN THE 1ST Prize: 19" colour TV, Met No. 9462 1 i H o l b o r n ^ o a d . off T r a f a l g a r Rd. Tti. 5 0 3 0 ' • Power, will be appear- ers, the Yamaha Music been attractinga lot of wasn't going to keep, the SKYot>405 F o r E x c l u s i v e Indian C u i s i n e j) i's b e s t ing at venues in Mi- Foundation. • YELLOWSTONE attention both on tele- star donated his time and 2ND Prize: Gas stoie. Ticket No. 7927 The venue as usual is vision and records since talent to the movie with KELLY ami, Los Angeles and 3RD Prize: 12" Table fan. Met No. 7615 Hawaii at the start of Tokyo's Budokan. The winning the contest, the stipulation that the concert on the according to the promot- amount which would northe tour which will initial 29th will feature per- ers. Japenese Grand Prix mally have gone to him be JTH Prize: Basket of groceries. Met No. 11074 also feature one of the formers from all over winner Asuka and anothBEST FILMS IN TOWNS'* * island's leading sing- the world before an au- er pnze winner Mio divided among three recip&/ winners will be notified by mail. ients: Mother Theresa and ing groups, the Tam- dience expected to be in Honda, are currentlyridCINEMA 1 TONIGHT one show 7:30,*, lins. the region of 12,000 per- ing high on the Japanese the Missionaries of the Poor. Concern, an organiThe Australian leg ol sons. charts with the very zation founded by Irish REGAL TODAY 5:00 & 8:00 p.m. Last Showings:! October 30th is the MMigs they sang in last the tour starts at the TRY OUR TASTY brothers and priests to help Horndern Pavilion in grand finale, when se- year's contest. CUISJAM (he amorous Sydney on March 10 and lected performers will Applications should the hungry; and the Ameri« 11. then on to the Mel- vie for the prestigious include demo-tape, entry can Friends Service Com"FISH PATTIES" CINEMA 2aTil mittee. bourne Festival on Grand Prix and other form, biographies of the '(PO-> Spicily flavoured ground fish In a way Martin doesn't March 14 and 15, the awards. singer and songwriter, filling in a delicious patty Adelaide Theadaron on The deadline for ap- photographs and vocal rally explain, the experiMarch 17 and 18, the plications is June 30.. score accompanied by eace of working in "Gancrust Perth Entertainment Songs being entered for song lyncs. dhi" restored his religious Centre on March 21. the the Festival must be origEsitti so bountifally that he Our own Ernie Smith has joyfully returned to the ONLY 90$ EACH Brisbane Festival Hkll on inal pieces, unpublished CMMMNW MHprtriH iwttM. March 24 and 25Mhe anywhere in the world has already topped this Catholic Church, an instituCanberra Bruce Stadium prior to September 15. contest and it is a tre- tion from which he drifted on March 27, the New- Entrants are advised that mendous opportunity for after being a youthful altar ._K!N6S TONIGHT 7:00 w "HIRED GUN" fto./"MELINDA" castle Festival Hall on they must be in Tokyo a those fledgling Jamaican boy. March 28. minimum of one week songwriters who want '. ^^TON\&tT^-OO^''f^E^^^Ty^^^4f^^ They fly on to Ne'w (October 25 to 31) in something a bit bigger was "a cliff-hanging Catho5A Eastwood Pk. Hi. - Opposite that our own Festival Zealana for appearances order to attend the wel'REGAL TOMORROW Pm.ReleaseulJElhON POPSICLE 3" JBG T.1.64304 lic" for a good part of his in Wellington on March come partv, rehearsals at Song Competition to •dolt life, Sheen retorts, Timts Store Cafeteria • KiwStrut 30, Christchurch on the Yamaha Studio and make that break. Those OPENING WEDNESDAY CINEMA 1 and REGAL TO, 20687 March 31 and Auckland stage rehearsals at Budo- who are interested in the "Now, Fm back on the cliff and delighted to be there." rules and regulations on April 1. kan. WHEN WE MAKE IT, IT TASTES BETTER, Given a chance to meet They will fly back to The festival is open should contact-Mr. Yoto all singers and song- shio Nakatani, Secretary- Mother Theresa, Sheen, at writers regardless of pro- General, Festival > Com- the last minute, tamed it fessional standing or mittee '83 Yamaha Mu- down, "because her time is nationality: ail the appli- sic Foundation, 3-24-22 so valuable it should be i^ajflWal p. aBBBBBaBBBBBaaBBBBBft ^^••^^SukiaUUUBV ^••nw_ cant has to be is a tal- Shimomeguro, Meguro- given to people in need inCINEMA 2 Smash Opening Wednesday ented singer with an ku, Tokyo 153, Japan. stead of to me," be says. Telephone Tokyo (03) He and his son, who'd outstanding song. And, C a b l e - gone with him to India as one has to remember 7 1 9 - 3 1 0 1 . W O R L D F E S T I V A L that Abba, as a relativehis stand-in, were about to ly unknown group, won T O K Y O . T E L E X - leave for Mass which the the Euroyjsion song 2466571 YAMAHA J.— famous missionary was 8iOO ft 8iOO p.m. B.H. going to attend. "But just HARBOUR VIEW $ RE6AL THURSDAYJ:00 P.M. "TEN TIGERS OF KWANTUNG" 6:45 & 9:00 p.m.<A> before we left," says Mar- •2Lii4-A****4-w*** ,«a*MaaMUtfe*>Bta«B»BB*aaBMft4**l An English Sailor a Black Africa* RJR Prince**-con the (oticmrcice. 12 00 Lunchtlrne Favourites

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