The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 11, 1992, Page 10, Image 10

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    Reggae band to make return trip to Lincoln
By Carter Van Pelt
Staff Reporter <
If you arc into reggae and you ever
wanted to say that you saw a band
before they made the big time, then
take lime out this Thursday, Friday or
Saturday to check out Lcs Exodus at
Rockin’ Robin, 1435 O St.
Lcs Exodus, a five-piece reggae
act, based in Minneapolis, returns to
Lincoln this weekend after two sensa
tional and wcll-rccci ved performances
last month.
The band was formed in May 1990
by Innocent Galinoma and his long
time friend Oncsmo Kibira— both of
whom arc from Tanzania, in East
Africa. After the band began louring
regularly last year, a lineup.change
took place incorporating the drum
mer, k&yboardisland rhythm guitarist
from World Citizens to form the cur
rent band. '
Lcs Exodus has had the distinction
of opening for top world reggae acts,
such as Ziggy Marlcy, Judy Mowatl,
Sugar Minolt and Mikey Dread, and
has earned a solid reputation from
extensive louring of the Midwestern
United States.
The music of Lcs Exodus, accord
ing to lead singcr/guitarisl Innocent,
is largely influenced by Bob Marlcy,
both in form and content.
“Bob opened a lot of doors,” Inno
cent said. “We want to keep doing
what Bob was doing and keep roots
reggae going.”
The band’s live performances al
ways include one set of Bob MarlcyL
covers, but they lake excursions into
Calypso, Soca, African and rub-a-dub
reggae sounds as well.
Innocent said he fell the current
world reggae scene has gotten com
mercial with its dance-hall disco
“I’m not crazy about electronic
sounds,” he said. “It’s not musicians
producing the music. People arc do
ing things in the studio that can’t
possibly be done (live) on stage.”
Innocent said his philosophy in
writing was to communicate.
“My lyrics arc about personal ex
periences and world events. I’m try
ing to bring people of all races to
gether, to stand upas one. That’s what
reggae and Rasta (the Rastafarian rc
ligion) is all about.”
On stagcjast month, Innocent made
the profound proclamation that
“reggae music is the music of the
people who speak the truth.”
He explained that was an expres
sion of his overall concept.
“If you love reality, you love reggae
music, and if you love reggae music,
you love reality,” Innocent said.
“My long-term goals arc to keep
going, to spread my music.”
Lcs Exodus is now working on re
recording its demonstration tracks in
hopes of signing a contract with
Shanachie Records. Innocent said the
label was looking for a belter produc
tion than they created on their original
He said the band recorded its cur
rent five-song tape in one day on a 16
track machine. Next time around, it
will be using a 24-track machine and
spending^more time in the studio to
add “more sounds” and a bit more
polish to the final product, he said.
In January, they plan to tempo
rarily relocate to California in hopes
of finding a wider audience, but they
will continue to play shows in the
Midwest until then, he said.
Innocent said he made sure the
band set up three shows this lime in
Lincoln because of the reception of its
last visit.
“We were very impressed with the
turnout (last time),” he said. “It showed
that (Lincolnitcs) love reggae. They
supported the band very heavily.”
Lcs Exodus will be performing
three sets each night starting at 9 p.m.
and wi 11 appear on “Reggae Fever” on
Friday evening on KRNU 90.3 FM.
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105 Career Events
Career Workahope for the Week of Nov. 16
Tues. 11/17: Choos ing a Career. 3 00 4:00 pm. ME Union
Thurs. 11/19: Networking. 4:30 • 5:30 pm. NE Union
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Job Search Strategies Workshop - TODAY!
2:30 - 3:30 pm, Nebraska Union
110 Announcements
Attention first and second year students interested in
leadership opportunities, developing critical thinking
skills, and the practices of leadership. Management
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and is beina ottered the 1993 spring semester. The class
will be on Tuesdays from 3.00 to 5:20pm. Pick up appli
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Emerging Leader applications now available at 200 NE
Union or 300 NE Union.
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Wednesdays at 7 00pm m Food Court B ot Union Help us
create tun events on campus Everyone is Welcomei
Open Forum
Propose grading policy change Hosted by Arts & Sci
ences Student Advisory Board. Wednesday. November
11th, trom 12-1 in the crib,
Discussion/Support Group
Wednesdays. 12-1:30p.m.
Women s Center NE Union 338 472-2597 tor into.
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Sat. Nov. 14 Weigh ms B30-1000am. Lifting begins at
10:30am At City Campus. Campus Rec Weight Room
UNL Horticulture Club
CHARLES HADWlCK of Lincoln Country Club will be
speaking on Golf Course Management and Turf at 700
p.m. November 11 in the Headhouse All Horticultural
students and staff welcome.
\ with Outdoor Adventures
' January 2-9. 1993
jRelax over Christmas Break and enjoy the amazing
f beauty of Yellowstone in the winter time
Contact Jeff at the Office of Campus Recreation
Room 55,
Campus Recreation Center. 472-477 for more info
115 Meetings
Agronomy Club
Meeting today. 730 pm, Rm. 327 Keim Hall
Meeting at East Campus Union, November 11, 5:30pm
initiates 6 00pm regular meeting Speaker: Wes
Peterson on Global Ag Perspective and GATT Treaty
Biology Club
T-shirt meeting at 6:30pm on Thursday, November 12 in
room 118 Manter Please come and give your input.
FFA Alumni
Meeting Wednesday. November 11th. 6:00pm. East
Campus Union
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Jack Vavra of Firstier Bank will be speaking about careers
in Public Finance Today at 5:30 Nebraska Union.
Meeting Thursday. November 12,6:00p.m. Uniorr(room
posted). Attendance mandatory—elections!
Parking Advisory Committee
Meeting. November 12th. 3:00-5:30P.M. Meet at City
Phi Beta Lambda
Guest speaker Thursday, 6:00pmin Union. Roomposted.
Business attire
Pre-PT Club
Interviews will be here before you know it. Be prepared!
Sandra Corbett will speak on PT School Interviews at
7:30pm, Wednesday. November 11th in the Health Cen
ter Conference Room. Even if you'ife not applying this
year, be there and get a head start!
Student Foundation
Mandatory meeting Thursday. Nov 12,8 00 pm at Dodge
City. Come learn tne country swing, and be ready for a
great time. Any questions? Call an exec member.
Meeting Thursday. Nov. 12, 5:30pm. Room 242. Mabel
Lee. Come welcome our new members! T-shirt orders will
be taken, so bring your checkbooks!
120 Greek Affairs
Congratulations on your Homecoming Activities:
let Place - Husker Howl
1st place - Overall with Theta Xi A AGS
AGS and Theta Xi
Thanks for all of your hard work with Homecoming. It sure
paid off - «1 overall!!
Love. Phi Mu
An IDOL mind
is a devils playground
Congratulations to Brian Gubbels on receiving your in
temship with the National Pi Kappa Phi Adminstraton in
North Carolina. Good luck I
The men of Pi Kappa Phi
To the Women of AQII,
We'll bowl with you anytime. Thanks for the great Frosh.
The Men o? Kappa Sig
Gamma Phi Bela:
Party with ihe Foundersl
Lambda Chi,
BLACK WEDNESDAY—the night that never ended. Bet
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The Men ot Kappa Sig
130 Student Government
Arts & Sciences
Senate Position
Position open to represent the Arts & Sciences College on
ASUN Senate. Deadline 400 p.m., November 11. 1992
Applications available at ASUN office, 115 Nebr. Union
Student Government Election
Interested in running In the spring
student government election?
Sign up sheet in the ASUN office
115 Nebr. Union
6:30 P.M.
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