0 Scheme Rooftops. Sauchiehall Street. 10pm. £2. See Feature.
0 Dream Coyotes The Rock Garden, Queen Street. 10pm. Free.
0 Watch With Mother Warehouse. Kirkgate.
0 Go Ferrit Preservation Hall. Victoria Street. 9pm. Free.
0 Bill Huggins Lord Darnley. West Port. 9.30pm. Free. (‘&W. Blues. 0 Max Joe's Garage. Lothian Road. 10pm. Free.
0 Rod Stewart SEC‘C. 7.30pm. £10. £9. £8. plus 40p booking fee. Scotland's most famous has-been is back in town! Take your tartan scarves and your mob mentality. but leave your musical taste at home. where it can enjoy some old Faces numbers. See Feature.
0 Big Country Barrowlands. 7.30pm. £o.50. A celebration ofScottish football talent. perhaps?
TUESDAY 1 .E
0 Fat Sam's Band Preservation Hall.
Victoria Street. 9pm. Free
0 Go Ferrit Lord Darnley. West Port. 9.30pm. Free.
0 Bootsie Tootsie Band Joe‘s Garage. Lothian Road. 10pm. Free.
0 Del Amitri/Same Animals/Baseburners The Mayfair. Sauchiehall Street. 10.30pm. £2.50. £1.50 L'mvaged. In aid 01(‘ND. Del Amitri. Same Animals and the Baseburners churn out same Glasgow pop.
0 Rod Stewart SE(‘(‘. 7.30pm. £11). £9. £8 plus ~liip booking fee. Simple Minds. Simple Minds. Simple Minds. . .
weone DAY 2 ?
0 Peristalsis Brothers Boston Bean (‘o. St James Centre. 9pm Free. Acoustic skiflie-era duo. seen on The 'l'ube's Absolute Beginners specud.
0 Small BusinessmenlLord Darnley. West Port. 9.30pm. Free.
important to leave out, is File Aid.
0 Future World Moves (Tobe confirmed) Preservation Hall. Victoria Street. 9pm. Free.
0 Westtield Blues Band Clowns. High Street. 9pm. Free
0 Billy Jones Lord Darnley. West Port. 9.30pm. Free. Pop/folk.
0 Touch of Fever'l‘op o‘ the Walk. St James Centre. Spm. Free.
0 The Primevalsfihe Jazz Party/The Beat Poets The Salt Mine. Lucifers. £3. Meanwhile. back in the 6(is. . . The Beat Poets are an instrumental band fronted by ex-Primeval guitarist 'l'om Rafferty. Their second guitar player will miss this gig.
because. he‘s away on holiday in
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Corsica. but that‘s Rock ’n' Roll. The Jazz Party are young. fresh-faced and play Creedence-tinged guitar music. Apparently. they do it quite well. The Primevals, judging by FSD, take themselves a bit too seriously. but are great fun nevertheless.
0 Origin Sin Blackfriars. Bell Street.
FRIDAY 4 Edinburgh
0 BMX Bandits and special guests Hoochie Coochie Club. West Tollcross. 10.30pm. Delightfully wacky and wimpy pop group, with the twee-est and jangliest love songs in the world today. Catch them before they melt in your mouth — or
i they melt your heart.
0 Bootsie Tootsie Band Preservation Hall. Victoria Street. 9pm. Free.
0 Last Orders Clowns. High Street. 9pm. Free. Used to be Fraggel Rock.
SATUBDA 5 Edinburgh
0 A Certain Ratio and the New York Piglunkers George Square Theatre. 7.30pm. Should be a good coupling this. One of Factory Records better. more convincing funk groups. whose Best Of Album was released last year. and Edinburgh‘s most promising funksters who manage. like ACR. to put a kink into the beat. 0 Salem Foundation Goombay Beat. West Tollcross. 10.30pm. Highly-praised. fairly radical reggae
band from Birmingham. Most good reggae bands these days are well-established (and a few on the decline) but Salem Foundation. though still young. are attracting excellent reviews.
0 AtterB Mince Preservation Hall. Victoria Street. 9pm. Free. Slick and proficient jazz-funk.
0 Back Beat Clowns. High Street. 9pm. Free. 50s and 60s rock ‘n‘ roll. 0 AM Band Lord Darnley. West Port. 3pm. Free. See Sat 28.
0 We Free Kings, Robin Williamson and others Torness. Wide variety of guests ofSCRAM. protesting against the switching-on of the power station. Billy Connolly headlines. Ball starts rolling at noon. buses leave Waverley Bridge at 10.30am. 11am and 11.30am, returning about six. Tickets in advance £3. £2 cones and £5 family ticket. See also Open listings.
0 Scheme Rooftops. Sauchiehall Street. 4-7pm. £1 .50. See Feature.
0 File Aid Craigtoun Country Park. 10.30am-11.30pm. See panel. Duntermline
0 Ricky Boss and Deacon Blue Warehouse. Kirkgate.
SUNDAY 6 Glasgow
0 A Certain Ratio Daddy Warbueks. West George Street. 10.30pm. £4.
Outside our usual area, but too
Taking place in St Andrews’ Craigtoun
Country Park, this latest fund-raiser for ? Atricantamine reiei opens at1ll.30am : and should run through the whole day,
grinding to a hall at approximately 11.30pm. More than just a charity rock bash, File Aid is intended to be a mini-arts testival in itselt, with three stages kept busy tor most at the day. On Stage One are to be tound the well-known bands like Misty In Boots, —pictured—(reggae giants to whose
Alrican Clinic Appeal 20% at the
proceeds are being donated), Gaelic rock exponents Bun Big and folk musician Alan Stivell, llying especially lrom France torthe occasion. Also appearing are the excellent live Blues ‘n’ Trouble, Champion Jack Dupree,
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legendary progressive band The Enid, the psychobilly Styng-Bites, folk-rock Avalon, Michael Chapman and The McCalmans.
Stage Two gives space to ‘ up-and-coming semi-professional bands like Edinburgh’s Alice House and Glasgow's News From Nowhere, while Stage Three plays host to a cornucopia ol diverse entertainment, such as dance, poetry, puppetry, brass and fiddle music and all things in between.
Unlortunately, there are no late trains from File Aid running back to Glasgow, but a special train for Edinburgh will depart Leuchars at around 11 .4opm, calling at all stops on the way. Fite Scottish have laid on buses running between Craigtoun Park and Leuchars tor 40p single. (Mab)
£3.50 in advance. Sparse/guitar edge funk.
0 Scheme Rooftops. Sauchiehall Street. 10pm—2.30am. £2. See Feature.
0 Salem Foundation Warehouse, Kirkgate. See Sat 5.
MONDAY 7 Edinburgh
0 Bill Huggins Lord Darnley. West Port. 9.30pm. Free. C&W. Blues. 0 Alice House and mystery guest. Preservation Hall, Victoria Street. 9pm. Free.
0 After 8 Mince Joe’s Garage. Lothian Road. 10pm. Free.
IDESDALB- _ Edinburgh
0 Cry Lord Darnley. West Port. 9.30pm. Free. Pop, original material.
0 Test 2 Kills Preservation Hall. Victoria Street. 9pm. Free. Say the name quickly. No. sayit again . . . ah. you‘ve got it. What next at the Pres. Derek and Clive?
0 Doug Delaney Joe‘s Garage. Lothian Road. 10pm. Free.
o Gil Scott-Heron Outer Limits. West Tollcross. 9pm. £5. A very welcome return to one ofblack America‘s finest poet/musician/commentators and his casual but charismatic stage manner. lfthis comes close to his triumphant show at the Queen's Hail last year it‘ll be a night to remember. Put grossly. jazz. with a touch of funk and a hint of rap.
0 Peristalsis Brothers Boston Bean Co. St James Centre. 9pm. Free. See Wed 2.
0 After 8 Mince Lord Darnley. West Port. 9.30pm. Free. See Sat 5.
0 BMX Banditsz he Pastels/Exploding Hamster Molestars Rooftops, Sauchiehall Street. 10.30pm Be sick to the sound ofthe Exploding Hamster Molesters. sulk to the sound of the Pastels. and smile at the sweet sound ofthe BMX Bandits. This gig is in aid onystic Fibrosis.
0 Erk Alors Preservation Hall. Victoria Street. 9pm. Free.
0 Billy Jones Lord Darnley. West Port. 9.30pm. Free. P0p/folk.
0 Us Top 0' the Walk. St James Centre. 8pm. Blues/funk.
0 Scheme Zanzibar. Sauchiehall Street. Another Scheme residency— justwhat Glasgow needs. . .
o Lyin’ Rampant Shadows, Bath Street. Free. Be somewhere else.
o Blazing Apostles Warehouse, Kirkgate. Good, Clash-inﬂuenced records, Janice Long session, unfortunately hopelessly shambolic live.