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bigger By Howard McGowan H A V I N G ATTENDED the ** Mico Practising School and having been taMghr by Miss O l i v e Lewin, added to the fact of having a - b r o t h e r who makes guitars, then it 'was only .natural that Milton'Henry would turn to music upon leaving school. In 1966 Milton did his.first recording for Joe Gibbs on Amalgamated Label,' This record called 'Hope some. day' was done bv .the duo named 'The Leaders' also featuring Keith Blake. The followup 'Someday Somewhere* came next and both rccqrds went over very well. i

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can't stop me* written by LJoyd Shakespeare, the founder of the group. The version of ihi» "Dr. No-Go done for Tip Top Records <fvas very successful. Milton 'finished his study course on guitar playing, arrangement and composition and in 1970 he left the Emotions, His first effort on his own called 'No bread and but UT' on the Upsetters Label did not bell (well. Undaunted he changed> his name and under K i n g \fledious produced a smash wjih This world -Man a Warrior'. His next shot done for Federal Records called 'Its so strange suffered from lack of promotion and fell by the way. He' spent the next few months doing at some night club acts and a few TV dates.

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ing version of the Curtis Mayfield's monster 'Gypsy Woman' in late '75. This record was billed as No. 3»on the reggae chart in England in the last i s s u e of B l a c k * M u s i c Magazine.

turc in awe of him as a hand, I've never made one awav from one." . During the slow peSocZ a f t e r that, was seen by a lot of talent." NANCY ANDERSON acclaim for 'The Hwm Is A people', even though "The Clint not only starred in "The Lonely H u n t e r " TOO* died HOLLYWOOD: Heart Is 'A Lonely Hunter" Outlaw Josey Wales' but •directed it. and it was his awav. Sondrj hum; on in Questipn: Does the failure - got wonderful reviews. 1 talent as a director which Hollywood. because '.'"'! real "The critics liked it a lot." . of shredded flesh to fly particularly awed Sondra. t/ed I had to pay mv dues "The Heart Is A Lonely Hunt-

For Devon Jones who teamed with Milton on 'Gypsy Woman1 this was a first effort.

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toward the camera in a er" not only got $ood "The way he designs shots; (he , Clint Eastwood movie w a v he k n o w s c a m e r a reviews, it brought Sondra angles, these things make "The Outlaw Josey ' an Oicar nomination. impressed me enormously." . . Wales" more acceptable Yet, ironically, it didn't, bring she said. than a Sam Peckinpaugh "And I also lik&i the freedom . rhovie£ he gives a c t o r s . I ha've f

Both brothers plan to do one more record before Devon leaves for the U.S. later this year. h

plans a change of name, new m a n a g e m e n t a n d bjgger things.

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Ib mid 74 he was back in Onr vear later Milton Ifft the recording studio and this and joined the Progressions a time as co-producer did 'Corn group which did not last long bread and Butter* on the Freer hr Fmot ions the next dom Label. This caused a group was a hit -making one mild ripple on the record k V

j n d Milton had to fill the void l e f t !>\ \\A\ Romeo who had hrrn a pan of t h a t group.

Weekend" a n d s t u f f l i k e ! MOVIES (Highgale) Tonight (A) "You see people die, but the that. • ' | GIRL WHO KNEW TOO camera doesn't dwell upon MUCH & PANIC IN THE CITY the blood. Clint puts the And, while not many people saw her work, one who did stress upon the action." * However, it wasn't ehe lack of ' w a s E a s t w o o d who w a s IMPERIAL (Sdvlamar) Ton. (A) impressed enough, to interJoving filmed go're in an view her for "Tht .Outlaw . Eastwood movie which *led BLACK EYE FOR LISA Josey Wales." Miss Locke to accept a Asked to compare Alan Arkin, rather minorj role in "The *

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It was Clint's enormous popularity which she rightly felt would draw thousands upon thousands of people to see the picture. "I needed to do a film that "That's a real accomplishment was.going to be seen," she - becoming a star these explained.'"I've never made days. There aren't too many a picture that wasn't stars of his magnitude. But released; but, on.the other I came away from the pic-

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Arranged b y i T . C . Productions, o t h e r artistes who have made Jamaica proud to ' be honoured are, Don Topping, winner of the I n t e r n a t i o n a l D.J. Compction; Big Youth, for his contributioii to reggae; Clancy Ecclejs and Raymond Hamilton proprietor of the Club for their efforts in promoting local shows, and Sonny Bradsha The occasion also coincided with bidding farewell to several- artistes who wilj be leaving the island on Wednesday on a tour of the United States and otper countries. They are Big Youth, Cynthia Richards, Bongo Herman who are booked- to open at the Chicago Auditorium Theatre on JJunday, August 22, Bob Marley returned to the islaVid for a brief holiday dyer the week ?nd from a.sue-

Opening TOMORROW at REGAL

' T h e closest I cam£4i) ^ivini; up was as close 5£»& t omr every d a y . Bui I^Jffi&g on. because the first^SS&c I <\ felt ai home in inv^3Br wa* when 1 began vvojk «n mv first picture." ' ;*j^ ^Copley

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star of 'The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter," with Clint, Miss Locke p r o m p t l y replied. "You don't compare an Arkin 1 and an Eastwood. 1 went into the picture with Clint j in awe of him as a star.

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Marley Tribute (08_17_76)  

And, while not many people saw her work, one who did ' was Eastwood who was impressed enough, to inter- view her for "Tht .Outlaw Josey Wale...

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