Album of the Week - 1-15-22

Afternoon, folks!

This week I've got a couple of albums for you guys from Big Daddy Kinsey and George Thorogood.

Enjoy!

Big Daddy Kinsey & The Kinsey Report - Bad Situation

George Thorogood & The Destroyers - Move It On Over

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[warning: very disturbing]

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@gjohnsit

pretty gruesome indeed. funny how so many terrible people say that god is on their side and approves the awful things they do.

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@joe shikspack
saw Kigali, the mountain gouriallas and lake kivu. It was peaceful and to the foreigners like me (us) the upcoming violence could not have been visible or seen. I think it was in 1992/3.
Would have to dig it up. There was boiling water bubbling up at the shoreline of lake kivu and people cooked their potatoes in it.

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mimi

I really enjoyed the 'Big Daddy Kinsey' album. He had a nice tribute to Mississippi Muddy W. and a nuclear war song too! I listened to his album 2x while I got some work done. Made for a pleasant hour or so. TY Smile

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@randtntx

glad you liked it. he's really got a great voice and a great feel.

have a good one!

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and unforgettable track

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NYCVG

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@NYCVG

heh, i always thought that his stutter (b b b bbb bad) really added something to the song. it is indeed unforgettable.

have a good one!

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Donald Kinsey also played a ton of reggae music with bands such as Bob Marley and the Wailers also Peter Tosh's Word Sound and Power. Here is a video of his guitar work playing with Peter Tosh on tour in the 1980's. "Jah, Drive them away"

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@jbob

thanks for the tune!

all of the kinsey children seem to have inherited musical gifts, i've got a bunch of kinsey report (without dad) albums and all of them are good.

have a good one!

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WHY didn't they? This is an important question whenever genocide happens.

Trillions of our tax dollars pays for an army. Once in a while its crystal clear that we should use it. Rarely, but the Rwandan Genocide was one of those times.

Why didnt we send our troops in there to stop the killing?

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