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Paae 10 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, June 10, 1988

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Blues
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overdubbed some ear-gouging guitar
hooks which added a nice blues
touch to the album's slithering
skank rhythms and led to a world-
tour with the Wailers. After record-
ing Marley's Babylon by Bus,
Donald continued his work with
Peter Tosh on his stellar Bush
Doctor and Mama Africa LPs. An
example of Donald's marvelous
guitar work can be heard on his ar-
rangement of "Johnny Be Good" off
Mama Africa. By nourishing natu-

ral Nyabinghi choruses with Chuck
Berry blues-boogie duckwalks and
embellishing traditional Rastafarian
repeater and funde drums with
smokestack guitar blasts, Donald
perfectly intertwined the greasy
cackle of the blues with Dread-
locked, ragamuffin reggae-rhythms.
After Donald returned to the
United States, the Kinsey Report
formed in 1984 with the help of
Big Daddy. Alligator Records
quickly signed them, and boom,
their debut LP called Edge of the
City was born. The album featured
almighty strut and groove basslines
provided by youngest brother Ken-
neth, turbulent, heaven-shakin'

drumming by oldest brother Ralph,
and Donald's acrobatic, gymkata
blues-guitar.
On "Full Moon on Mainstreet,"
the Kinseys elucidate the hypnotic
quality of the night's natural glow-
ing orb by swinging back and forth
between Donald's lunar, lava-flow
guitar solos and Kenneth's elastic,
Rubberband Man basslines. Donald
metamorphoses into a howlin' wolf
hybrid, growling out gospel trills
that are punctuated with a vitriolic,
'voodoo-chile' vernacular.
"Answering Machine" features
Donald igniting the blues-fuse with
his incendiary slide-guitar work.
Our hero is constantly stymied by

that damn answering machine and
you can just picture Donald, cool as
ever, looking side to side, then
raising his soul-axe above his head
and coming down like a stick of lit
Delta dynamite on the cursed piece
of technology.
"I Can't Let You Go" kicks
your heartbeat into the irregular
flutters of secret and spontaneous
love. The compulsive guitar and
careening bassline stuff the claus-
trophobic listener right in his or her
lover's closet. You can just feel
your heart-pumping as cheated-on
legal-mate #1 smashes at the front
door; your brain screaming "it's
through" but your heart saying "I'll

be back tomorrow."
While the Kinsey Report's Edge
of the City is definitely an LP
worthy of a classic "forget the
neighbors, crank the stereo"
evening, you can bet their amp-
crushing live show at Rick's on
Wednesday evening will initiate
more than a few gut-bucket shouts
and screams. With family patriarch
Big Daddy opening, Gary, Indiana's
Kinsey Report will rock the house
with their original, steel-edged
blues Afro-fusions.
KINSEY REPORT plays Rick's
next Wednesday, June 15 at 10
p.m. Proudfather Big Daddy opens
up. Cover is $5.

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