The Fort Hood Sentinel (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 12, 1979 Page: 6 of 36
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THE FT. HOOD SENTINEL Thursday April 12 1979
Magician O' Qiuinn Cairo will perform at the
West Fort Hood Recreation Center Magic
Show and Egg Hunt Sat. April 14 at 4 p.m.
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"GENERATING PLANTS LIKE
THIS ARE ONE OF THE
REASONS THE COST OF
ELECTRICITY HAS GONE UP."
Texas Power & Light Company spent more than
$225 million during 1978 to construct generating
plants which use lignite coal and nuclear materials
as fuel. This is a continuing program begun in
1971 to phase out use of expensive natural gas.
Even though the cost of electricity has gone up
TP&L is making progress in keeping the cost as
low as possible. For example in 1978 lignite-
fueled plants saved the average residential cus-
tomer $55.00 on his electric bills. As more and
more power is produced with lignite TP&L will
pass the savings on to all of its customers.
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The Information Tour & Travel
Office located in Fiddlers' Green Rec.
Center is a service available to milit-
ary personnel retired military. DA
civilians and their dependents. Every
weekend ITT has tours scheduled to
visit exciting places and events in near-
ly every corner of Texas.
All tours are priced economically to
get the most for the least in order to
accommodate the single soldier and
young military couple. All overnight
trips feature deluxe hotel accommoda-
tions (double occupancy). The upcom-
ing April and May tours schedule is
indicative of the reasonable prices and
exciting sites ITT has to offer.
EXAMINE AND COMPARE ITT
prices with others. The package deal
will be hard to beat. Have fun while
letting ITT handle the arrangements
for you. Military units wishing to go
somewhere as a group should come by
By DAVID JONES
HOURS: Tues.-Thurs. & Sun 5-9 p.m.
Fri. & Sat 5-10 p.m.
1614 FM 116 Copperas Cove 547-8325
Dave Edmunds is a hero of mine. To
some he might be "merely" another
rock and roll guitarist but I know him
as a legend an unparalleled creative
force and one of the most "fun" of all
the musicians I've heard.
I first heard him as lead guitarist for
a late sixties band called Love Sculp-
ture. We used to hear his version of
Saint-Saens "Sabre Dance" on the
radio. It had crazy wild lead guitar and
I couldn't help but have instant respect
for Mr. Edmunds' ability. I wanted to
hear more but it was along time
coming. Over the years Dave has in
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Post ITT plans April May Texas tours
and talk with us. We can set it up.
Upcoming tours include:
April 14 ICE CAPADES. Tour cost of
$17.50 (adults) and $15.00 (ages 16 and
under) includes dinner show and
transportation. Reservations must be
made before April 9.
April 28-29 FIESTA SAN ANTO-
NIO. Exciting weekend tour! An excit-
ing celebration of games food arts
music and performances all around San
Antonio's popular "River Walk" area.
Ride a river boat on the "River Walk."
Watch the most beautiful night parade
the Flambeau Parade. Tour cost of
$30.00 includes hotel accommodations
(double occupancy) river boat ride
seeing the Flambeau Parade and what-
ever else you desire. Reservations must
be made by April 13.
May 5 ASTROWORLD (HOUS-
TON). One day tour. Tour cost of $24.00
includes admission to Astroworld
transportation and optional tour of
Dave Edmund is music's
205 EAST AVE. D-KILLEEN I
volved himself in many recording pro-
jects sometimes to the exclusion of his
own singing career.
EDMUNDS' PLACE OF residence in
South Wales is his recording studio as
well as his home and when Love Sculp-
ture went the way of all flesh he pro-
duced LPs for Flamin' Groovies Ducks
Deluxe Brinsley Schwartz and other
top-notch folks. I have never heard a
tune come out of his place that wasn't a
masterpiece. It's as simple as that.
Dave himself surfaced again on my
radio in 1971 with a hot righteous ver-
sion of Fats Domino's "I Hear You
Knocking" which was a Top 40 hit in
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Astrodome. Bus departs at 6 a.m. and
returns at midnight. Reservations must
be made by May 1.
May 12 THIRD ANNUAL TEXAS
TOUR & TRAVEL FAIR. At Fiddlers'
Green Recreation Center from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. the public is invited to this
great event. Tourist site representa-
tives from all over Texas will be on
hand to snow and give out information
concerning their popular attraction to
include hotels RV dealers RV camps
travel agencies tour agencies and
popular amusement sites. Don't forget
May 19 Six flags tour. Sign up
early. Tour cost: $20.00 per person.
Deadline for reservations: May 16.
May 25-28 LAREDO Mexico tour
(Holiday Weekend). Tour cost of $50.00
includes hotel for 2 nights transporta-
tion and many trips to the border.
Reservations and deposits must be
made by May 6. Full payment due by
this country (think hard you'll re-
member it). The subsequent LP was
called "Rockpile" and was an
Edmunds tour-de-force on which he
played and sang most every sound.
Boogie-laden material layers of sting-
ing slide guitar and the most tasteful
use of phasing effects ever gave the
album a rich unique sound I could not
resist. The tunes were all classics ob-
viously Dave's faves the best of which
were Willie Dixon's "Egg Or The Hen"
wherein yin-yang meets the blues. a
really spooky chilling version of "It
Ain't Easy" and best of all Edmunds'
original blues-based tale of paranoia
called "Hell Of A Pain." "Rockpile" is
still available as an import on EMI
Records. No kidding wit's worth the
ONE LABEL AND a couple of years
later we got more recorded Edmunds
to satiate us. The "Subtle As A Flying
Mallet" album is not as densely layered
and satisfying as the first but it is
Edmunds' and it does contain lots of
slick rewarding rock. Ray Charles'
"Leave My Woman Alone." the ballad
"Maybe" and the Chuck Berry tunes
are all high points. Notable was the
guest appearance of Nick Lowe now
possibly rock's top producer Costello.
Damned Graham Parker etc. who
was shortly thereafter to become
Edmunds' singing partner bass player
and co-leader of his band. Rockpile.
This collaboration has produced pheno-
menal results in the last two years.
The fruits of the Edmunds-Lowe affi-
liation can be heard on the 1977
Edmunds LP "Get It" on yet another
label Led Zeppelin's Swan Song. I can-
not recommend "Get It" highly enough.
It contains 13 cuts of nothing but boppin'
rock which has a really refreshing rock-
a-billy feel to it that will not let you sit
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A DEEP SEA fishing trip was tenta-
tively scheduled in May but due to boat
conflicts anew date has been con-
firmed June 15-17. This is truly a deep
sea fishing trip with eight hours of
fishing scheduled for Saturday in Cor-
pus Christi. Tx. Cost of $60.00 per per-
son includes hotel accommodations (2
nights double occupancy) 8 hours of
fishing with all the tackle and bait
provided and transportation. You get
to keep and clean your own fish. Option
to fish more at additional expense.
Transportation leaving Friday June 15
at 5 p.m. and returning Sunday June 17
approximately 6 p.m. Reservations
must be made as early as possible for
this popular trip. Deadline: June 1.
For information on any of the above
tours call 685-7310 or 685-INFO. Make
all reservations at Fiddlers' Green Re-
creation Center. ITT is on the move
every weekend somewhere.
down. There is a greater percentage of
Edmunds and Lowe original tunes on
the platter and the cleverness eco-
nomy and skillful construction of these
selections make the LP Edmunds' most
Representative of the songs is Dave's
"I Knew The Bride When She Used To
Rock and Roll" which is an all-out
Jerry Lee Lewis-styled stomper that
features Nick and Dave's harmony voc-
als sweet as the Everly Brothers I
swear and really tasteful slide and steel
guitar. "I Knew The Bride" paints a
familiar picture. Dave the eternal
rocker describes his feelings and per-
ceptions of the wedding of one of his old
girlfriends. She used to be a hellraiser
and Dave reflects upon this in the light
of the fact that she's marrying some
rich dude who's straight as a rusty gate.
Of course there's a little sour grapes
involved in Dave's view of this all but
his humor and perceptiveness temper it
1978's "TRACKS ON Wax No. 4"
completes the Edmunds' catalogue in
grand style. Though I like "Get It!"
better just as good a case could be
made for this latest album. "Trouble
Boys" dealing with bullies "Televi-
sion" the Great Escape device the
vacuum tube and "A1 On The Juke
Box" the pain of elusive commercial
success are my favorites. Dave insists
that he and Nick don't wanna be consi-
dered Rock-a-billy artists but a song
like "They Have Never Been In Love"
lets you know that they do have com-
plete command of the style. Dorsey
Burnette would flip for it. The
Edmunds-Lowe harmonies are stron-
ger and more melodic than ever. They
must be heard to be believed.
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The Fort Hood Sentinel (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 12, 1979, newspaper, April 12, 1979; Temple, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth309394/m1/6/: accessed June 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Casey Memorial Library.