Southport High School - Anchor Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)

 - Class of 1972

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by Rex Estell As in art, music is simply another means for the express- ion of man's thoughts and feelings. A song that has mean- ingless words but emphasizes a person's talent on a certain instrument is still expressing somethii1g+.by4greatingaJnood7 that may tell you that this rock star, with all his fame and glory tmoney?l still 'gets da blues.' Then again,there'sthe relevant, meaningful song that focuses your attention upon the words, using music as a tool for the musician to express himself. Any song tor dance! can bring out one's feelings--con- sciously or unconsciously-by the type of music or just the words of the song- Some painters paint ugly pictures to bring a reaction from the view- ers, usually attempting to make a point, and when that point is made, then the artist has 'When he puts his feelings into words or music- andthe record is well- received, then he knows he has reached his audience' reached his goal. The same goes for musicians. When he puts his feeling into words or music-and the record is well-received, then he knows he has reached his audience. But too often the musician is insincere, and more often- untalented. Quite often, the trained musician is confused with the 'gifted' musican, and the music you hear over the radio begins to sound the same. Pro- moters, trying to make a fast- buck, do this when they throw these amateurs into the studio to copy a prescribed method of songwriting, i.e. the Monkees. Although their success was short-lived, they paved the way for more of these groups, such as the Cowsills, the Part- ridge Family--the list could go on and on. But as long as these groups have a twelve- year-old audience to play to, they will continue to sprout and quickly fade away. AM radio is finally realizing the fact that pimples and deod- erant are not the topics of the day. But like everything else, Don McLean's "American Pie," which was full of social comment, was soon to be exploited by a disc-jockey whd was recorded into the song and who interpreted every other word while the song was All is not lost though. Carole King, Carly Simon and Rod Stewart have been receiving quite a bit of air play this year. Their music, like all music, is only a reflection of what is going on in people's minds today. Music always heads in the same direction as the thought patterns of the people at the time the music iswritten. There will always be music that any individual can identify with, for music represents the thought of today. I x. ,. Pictures on these two pages were taken from album covers ol current popular recordings: lar left: "Hot Rocks," The Rolling Stories: left: "led lep- pc-lrri Four" Irrsicle Cover, Above lop: "Every lroocl Boy De- serves I-avour," The Moody Blues, Above Bottom: "Ta- pestry," Carole King, Right: "Aqualung, "lethro Tull. What songs, groups, vocalists, and albums were favorites at SHS during the school year? Following are the results of the March, 1972, Anchor poll of approximately 2000 Southport students: Favorite Song 1. Precious and Few-Climax 2. American Pie-Don McLean 3. Iron Man-Black Sabbath 4. Qa,n't Live Without You-Jzlauy Nilsson 5. Puppy Love--Donny Osmond 6. Everything I Own-Bread 7. The Lion Sleeps Tonight-Robert lohn 8, Horse With No Name-America 9, Hurting Each Other-Carpenters 10, Never Been to Spain-Three Dog Night Favorite Album 1. Three Dog Night Harmony 2. Carole King Tapestry 3. Alice Cooper Killer 4. Chica o Live at Carnegie Hall 5, E Plurgnus Funk Grand Funk Railroad 6. jesus Christ Superstar 7. Led Zeppelin Four 8. Grand Funk Railroad Live 9. Three Dog Nigh Golden Biscuits 10. Rare Earth Live in Concert Favorite Vocalist Favorite Group Carole King Three Dog Neil Diamond Nigh! james Taylor Carpenters Cher Bono Chicago Neil Young Grand Funk Cat Stevens Railroad Elton lohn Bread john Lennon Alice Cooper limi Hendrix Black Sabbath Rod Stewart lames Gang limi Hendrix Beatles Don McLean Crosby, Stills, Donny Nash, and Osmond Young I lanis loplin Alice Cooper The Osmonds Led Zeppelin George Harri- Santana son The Guess Who The Moody . Blues l

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