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is thrash, then regardless of how
effectively it does that, if it makes
an effort to thrash, then it's thrash,
not trash. The catch is, some things
make me want to twitch and writhe
like a live wire, and others don't.
Let me explain.
If my adolescent cousin picked
up an electric guitar and attempted
to rip it up, that's not thrashin'.
But Sweet Baby is a different story.
Maybe their compared I.Q.s are the
same, but there is an overall power
here that you just can't ignore, es-
pecially when you start bleeding
from the nose and ears. An appro-
priate description of this band
would probably be the Little Ras-
cals on acid, playing big, ugly gui-

tars. Possibly the biggest, ugliest
guitars in history. Try "Baby Baby
Baby Baby Baby Baby Baby (I Love
You)" for size and bash yourself in
the head once for it.
How about "Prove My Love" for
more vibration? The song takes a
contemporary pop concept and cou-
ples it with a distortion good
enough to kick faces in to. I'm not
going to try to go over every song
here, even with titles like "Daddy
Cool" and "Two Tons of Dyna-
mite," since the crew isn't trying to
rationalize the motivating factors
behind our cultural consciousness,
just the kick in the floor. Conclu-
sion: YEAH!! ARRRRGH!!
URRR! Yeah. I hope they come to
town. -Forrest Green
Charles Brown
One More For The Road
Alligator Records

Let me put this in perspective:
It's 2:30 a.m. on April 4. The
Wolverine men's basketball has
won the national championship,
and I have just arrived home from a
rather surreal walk down a trashed
South U. I am eating Raisin Bran,
staving off the inevitable 3 a.m.
This is the perfect time to listen
to Charles Brown. No round-
headed kid, Charles has been around
since the '40s, playing a brand of
bluesy/jazzy R&B known as "after
hours." It is mellow, but not
gooey, music. The perfect item to
wind down an evening.
The album was obtained by Al-
ligator from Blue Side Records,
which folded before it was released
in any quantity. This is a departure
from the customary fat horns for-
mat of Alligator, which bills itself
as the "house-rockin"' blues label.

It is certainly a fine addition to
their catalog.
The album consists of a mix of
Brown originals and standards
("Route 66"). In addition to
Brown's smooth, penetrating vo-
cals, there is some fine guitar work
by Billy Butler on many of the
Charles Brown is a musician
who is regarded as an overlooked
figure in R&B circles. He had nine
top ten R&B hits in the '40s and
'50s, but the following decades
were not as kind, as Brown was
never swept up by the blues/jazz
revivals of those years. But he has
stayed active on the L.A. club
scene and perhaps this album,
which has garnered deserved media
attention and praise, will bring him
back into the national blues lime-
light. -Jed Thompson

Veteran blues artist Charles Brown might receive some renewed
media attention with the album One More For The Road.



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Sch Music-Concert, Early Music Ensemble, 8 pm, Blanche Anderson Moore Hall;
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Visiting Writers Series-Fiction Read, K Lehrer, 5 pm, Rackham E Conf Rm
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Dept Hist-Lec, N Sheehan, "Vietnam: How Could This War Have Happened," 4
pm, Rackham Aud.
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SAB 763-4025.
Human Genetics-Sem, R Palmiter, "Correction & Creation of Genetic Disease in
Transgenic Mice," 4-6 pm, Nat Sci Aud 764-5490.
Guild House-Women & Spirituality Mtg, L Bancel, 7:30 pm, 802 Monroe St 662-
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Table Tennis Club-Practice, 6 pm, Coliseum (Hill & S Fifth) 747-6564.
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Rm 3200 763-4186.
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Aud A 769-7787
Astronomy-Lec, J Frogel, "Problems In Research On The Galactic Bulge," 3:30
pm, 807 Dennison 936-1737.
*Bridge Club-Bridge, 7:15 pm, Mich League Studio Rm 764-4648.
CSSEAS-Brown-Bag Lee, R Veder, "On the Adaptability of Tradition: Music in the
Sultan's Palace of Yogykarta Java," noon, Lane Hall Commons.
U-M Dearborn-Lee, C Otto, "Approaches to Imaging Muscarinic Receptors,"
2:30-4 pm, Classrm & Admin Rm 144 593-5277.
*HRD-Wkshps, "Intro To Statistics-A Refresher," 10 am-noon; "Employment
Process/Effective Selection Interviewing," 8 am-noon, 1111 Kipke Dr Reg req
Intl Ctr-Lec, N Chamness, "Returning Home: Making the Fulbright Experience
Permanent," noon-1 pm, 603 E Madison 747-2303.
Sch Music-Opera Wkshp, 8 pm, McIntosh Thtre; Early Music Concert, 8 pm,
Blanche Anderson Moore Hall; Symph & Concert Band, 8 pm, Hill Aud; *Dance
BFA/MFA Concert, 8 pm, Dance Bldg Studio A 763-4726.
Sch Music/CSSEAS-Concert, Javanese Gamelan Ensemble, 8 pm, Rackham Lee
*Women's Athlet-Softball, Indiana, 3 pm, Softball Field 763-2159.
Kelsey Mus--Dinner, 6:30 pm; Lee, S C Herbert, "A Tale of Two Cities: Kelsey
Museum Excavations at Tel Anafa Israel & Coptos Egypt," 8 pm, Business Sch
Residence Dining Rm 763-3559.
Committee For Graduation-Senior Swing Out Happy fir, 4-8 pm, Mich Union
Univ Club 764-0384.
Anthropology-Colloquium, H Wright, "Cultural Diversity In Madagascar: An
Archaeological Perspective," 4 pm, 4560 LSA.
*Univ Productions-See April 13.
*U-M Flint-Film, Tequila Sunrise, 7 & 9:15 pm, Univ Ctr Kiva; Play, Trojan
Woman, 8 pm, Thtre.
Nuclear Engr-Colloquium, S Karin, "The Supercomputer Era," 3:45 pm, White Aud
Cooley Bldg.
*Gilbert & Sullivan Soc-See April 12.
Res Coll-Lee, A Redlich, "Careers in Psychology," 4 pm, E Quad Rm 126;
Concert, Opera & Broadway Favorites, 8 pm; Recep following, E Quad Aud 763-
Sch Nrsg-Lec, I R Shannon, "Going Forward Looking Back: The Challenges," 10
am, Mich League Hussey Rm 936-3631.
*Wesley Fdn-Benefit Concert, P Madden-Roth, 8 pm, 120 S State 668-6881
Univ Lutheran Chapel-Handbell Practice, 6:30 pm; Videos & Games, 7:30 pm,
1511 Washtenaw 663-5560.
U-M Lib/AA Publ Lib-Film, Desk Set, 3 pm, MLB Aud 4.
Guild House-*Lunch & Discuss, D Coleman, "Stopped at the Border," noon;
Video, "Bye Bye Brazil," 8 pm, 802 Monroe St 662-5189
Karate Club-Karate, 3-5 pm, CCRB Small Gym 930-0025.
*Exhib Mus Planetarium-Shows: "Star Talk," 10:30 & 11:30 am; "The Mars
Show," 2, 3 & 4 pm, Exhib Mus 4th fl, corner Geddes-Washtenaw 764-0478.
Homeless Action Committee-Demonstration, 7:30 am, 306 S Main 662-4975
or 930-2959.
Chess Team-Chess, 1 pm, Mich League Basement 764-8857.
*AAFC-Films, Winnie The Pooh Festival, 7 pm; Chained For Life, 8:30 pm, Nat Sci
Aud 769-7787.
*Univ Productions-See April 13.
Sch Music-Univ Choir, 8 pm, Hill Aud; Tuba/Euphonium Emsemble, 4 pm,
McIntosh Thtre; *Dance BFA/MFA Concert, 8 pm, Dance Bldg Studio A 763-
*Mus Art-Garden Party Benefit, Desserts & Dancing, M Lawrence & Easy, 8:30-
mdnght, 525 S State 764-0395.
*Women's Athlet-Softball, Indiana, 1 pm, Softball Field 763-2159.
Sch Art-Recep for BFA Exhib, 7-9 pm, Slusser Gallery 764-0397.
*U-M Flint-Play, Trojan Women, 8 pm, Thtre 762-3230.
*Gilbert & Sullivan Soc-Opera, The Mikado, 2 & 8 pm, Mendelssohn Thtre
Sdt Woodshop-Safety Class For New Shop Users Pt 1, 9-11 am, SAB 763-4025.
U-M Dearborn-Conf, "Early Childhood Career Challenges," 8:30 am-3 pm, Henry
Ford Estate Fair Lane Reg req 579-2777
Lord of Light Lutheran Church-Worship, 10 am, 801 S Forest 668-7622
*Exhib Mus Planetarium-Show: "The Mars Show," 2, 3 & 4 pm, Exhib Mus
4th fl, comer Geddes-Washtenaw 764-0478.
Zen Buddhist Temple-Korean Svc, 11 am; Meditation Svc, 5-7 pm, 1214
Packard Rd 761-6520.
Canterbury House-Worship, 5 pm; Dinner, 6 pm; Prog, 7 pm, 218 N Division
Wels Lutheran Campus Ministry-Bible Std, 8:45 am; Worship, 10 am, 1360
Pauline Blvd 662-0663 or 761-6362.

*Univ Productions-Play, Dragons, 2 pm, Power Ctr 764-0450.
Mus Art-*Brunch, 10:30 am-12:30 pm, Business Sch Executive Residence Dining
Rm: Docent Tour. "Down a Garden Path." 1.15-430 n 55 C5tate- *T c,.S T


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