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THE DAILY GLEANER, SATURDAY,

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'A Teller's Tale' opens at the Barn

JAMAICA FILM SOCIETY PRESENTATION-

The Citizen Bank Ptayen Produc This year's cast includes: Martioo The Tefler** Tale" opened rictta Armstrong, Mike Bra«rn Theatre on ham, /Donovan McLennon. ; at the Andrea Campbell, Elaine MillThund f . . • ~_

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Richard Ace, band leader, {left the island early thia week for Europe, where he has made arrangement for the recording of a new album.

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"YOU FEEL like velvet...." says Mike Braham (Headley Sim pa (in) to Marrietta Armstrong (Irma Ffrench) in a scene from "THE TELLERS' TALE" now on at the Barn theatre.

COUNTRY THEATRES REO — OLD HARBOUR

Tod., Tom.: Marijuana Affair

PLEASE NOTE TWO SHOWS at HARBOUR VJEW

(A) Adults 18 & over TODAY 5:00 & 8:30 p.m.

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Mon.: Njghtwatch & Tenth Victim (A) • Tues- If he hollers let him go

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SHOULD THIS FILM HAVE GOT 4 OSCAR AWARDS' .,. YOU BEIHE JUDGE!

LYRIC — PORT MARIA Tod., Tom.: Man from Hong

Kong (A) Mon.: Man From Hong Kong (A) Tues.: Something big &

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Hong Kong (A) Tues.: Train robbers & DracuFa . A.D. 1972CX) SEV1LE ST- ANN'S BAY

Tod*, Tom.: French Connection

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Composer-singer has" big talent. A protest writer from the 1960s, Cody was drifting along until he teamed up with Neil Sedaka four years ago and co-authored such Sedaka hits- asf -"laughter in' the Rain" and^ "Bad Blood:1' Sedaka does some of the backup vocal work pn'Cody's debut album. Cody wants to entertain ("1 don't see myself as a moralist") and he does just that.

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(A) For Adults 16 and over TODAY 4:45 & 8:15 FIRST SHOWING AT THE STATE j

THE DOUBU SENSATfON SHOW OF THE CfNTUttYl-

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DON'T MISS THE SENSATIONAL L O R L A R O SHOW

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TOMORROW at 4:30 p.m. WORTH RAVING ABOUT" - Archie Undo - "The Star'

CALLING ALL SINGERS

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The Choir' of the J A I v r A I C A SCHOOL OF MUSIC will perform :THK LEGEND OF KALE TKUR" by the Guyanese Composer Philip Pilgrim on July 24, and *25 lor Carifesta. It is hoped to augment this 80 strong Choir to 160 voices, as the above choral fantasia in 8 parts throughout. The School t h e r e f o r e i n v i t e s S ALTOS, TENORS and BASSES who would-%e 1 T

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to join in this performance to contact ROIJggT WILLIAMS, at the Jamaica School of Musre^\9 Hope Road, or telephone: 936-5596 or 7. Rehearsals — Every »Monday and Thursday at 5.30 p.m. commencing June 21. at the school. L

Applications are invited for the following courses of study for the Academic year beginning October, 1976. FULL-TIME COURSES:

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1. Certificate in School Music Teaching.

Choral Director.

2. Diploma in Music Education (ScHool Music). 3 Diploma in Western Music (European Classical Tradition).

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4 Certificate in African-American Studies. PART-TIME COURSES a re also available ' i n preparation for the above.'

ADDITIONAL PART-TIME COURSES: Preliminary Courses (qualifying for entry to the above courses). SPECIALLY ADMITTED STUDENTS: Students who do not wish to pursue Certificate or Diploma Courses may register for any of the individual subjects listed below:— 1 Instrumental tuition ; 2 Voice ; 3 Rudiments, Aural and Sight Singing. 4 Harmony (Jazz and Classical)

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At the - Little Theatre - $4.00, $3.00, $2.00 Directed by

Bobby Ghisays Musical Direction • Hugh Moss Solomon Dancing Staged by Eddy Thomas

Thursdays 8:00 p.m. Friday* 8:00 p.m. Saturdays 8;00^.m. Sundays 4:30 p.m. i

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10 Choral Conducting anfl Rehearsal Techniques !1 Keyboard Harmony j . 12 Form and Analysis 13 Instrumentation and Arranging (Jazz) ENQUIRIES should be made to:-~ THE ADMINISTRATJVE ASSISTANT JAMAICA SCHQOlj'OF MUSIC, 19 HOPE ROAD, ! KINGSTON TO. ! TELEPHONE: 93-65596

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STATE SETS THE PACE - WITH SENSATIONAL^ KUNG FU ACTION1 * * HENRY YUE YONG IS BACK AG*1N TO THRILL YOU IN

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By Popular Request

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Island set up an office in Hope Road, St. Andrew but that has since been closed. However, Blackwell kept buying up the reggae acts including Toots .and the Maytals, the V i-Ieptp'iives, the B u Y n i n g Spear, 'the Third World band, and several others. He launched a worldwide promotional campaign which featured Bob and the Wailer, as the young stars of today.

Phone: 93-77556.

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cst records* he Mighty Diamonds, unlike most other ^ reggae artistes, will be getting an early international break courtesy of Today 5.00 & 8.00 p-m. Virgin records, a subsidiary -;- CHEN CHUAN of the giant Columbia firm. heir next tour will be of several cities of the United States and Europe, arid will be as an act on a tour by Toots" and .the Maytals, organised by 'Island Records. . alking of Island Records. TODAY 5:00 & 8:00 pan. (A) 4 Few people seem to have rec• Sonny Chibol ^ ognized the important role played by this firm in "The SHAO LIN ' being promoting reggae all over the world. Island actually was started in Ton. 7.45 Duke Street Kingston some •• (A) Adults 16 20 years ago, by an Englishand over " manj who had become a Robert MITCHUM * friend of Jamaica, "Christopher (Chris) Blackwell. Blackwell had on his label artistes like Laurel Aitken; Owen G r a y , W i l f r e d Edwards and Millie Small who. gave him his first miled Wallace productions presents lion seller. He moved into the British market in the early sixties, and quickly bought up acts that were soon to become big Stars all over the continent. as well as in the United States. Among his current British rock stars are Cat Stevens, Bad Company, Roxy Music, Traffic and Robert Palmer. Keeping an ear to the ground he realised that Jamaican music was still bubbling up into the seventies, and signed on Bob Marley and the Wailers.

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Since this major breakthrough, several other firms have been forming subsidiaries to handle reggae, and have been seeking out artistes to put out on their labels. The Mighty Diamonds and • Hugh .Roy were signed \$ by Virgin.. Another firm * , Opel decided to start releasr ing tunes by Ernie Smith and Pluto Shervington. With Bob and the Waiters * now in Europe, Toots and the, Maytals and the Diamonds leaving for the U.S. on J u n e 20, the T h i r d World resting .to take off again, the Heptones Just ended a British tour, it looks like a year chockful of activities for reggae stars. •* ^* '* Filming of Jamaica's latest movie: " On a Deadman's Chest" ended last week end. The film is about a search for Morgan** lost treasure, and stars Rod Taylor. It is being financed by a pan Jamaican firm Halart Productions. Mick Jagger in a recent interview in Rolling Stone magazine noted that he heard Eric Donaldson's "Cherry Oh Baby" in France way • back in. 1972, and did it. But he didn't to put it on his platinum "Black and Blue" album, until recently. The magazine also stated that reports that Stevie WondeY has signed a $13 million .deal with Motown, was not entirely correct. In fact the m a g a z i n e ( said t h a t no papers were signed. Stevie is understood to be trying to break his links with Motown, and is seeking a new label to work with. Epic seems one of the favourites. * * * Bette Midley's version of the Carl Malcolm reggae hit; No Jestering" goes a long way to show how much respect. Jamaican music is winning. B.H.

"SWIFT FIST"

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The project paid of I when Bob's " Rtftaman Vibration*" bum Into the top fifty of the world's charts, and his current tour started breaking box. office records all over North America.

night club. ichard also assisted with the work on the .two songs Emrod is here to do. He is likely to make a stop in Brita i n before g o i n g - o n t o France. te will be away for a month. While a b r o a d R i c h a r d hopes to make connections that could assist his young son Richard Jnr. a protege drummer who has already made his movie debut in iTTs television show "The Big Blue Marble". * * * * .

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The deal was arranged with, French Record producer ] and promoter, Sbfie Issartel, who was in the island recentI ly to iria,ke arrangements for ! the recording of. local pro; ductions "I See You" and i Reggae Fever" by Swedish singer Tom Emrod. Miss Issartel decided on makj ing arrangements with Ace 1 for the production of his next album in Europe, after hearing him performing with his band at the .Pegasus i Hotel's '.'Talk of the Town"'

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