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Pointblank Times, January 1978 - February 1978 - Page 20. January 1978 - February 1978. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 20, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/4005/show/3991.

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Title Pointblank Times, January 1978 - February 1978
Date January 1978 - February 1978
Description Vol. 4 No. 1
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Lesbianism--United States--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Lesbians--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
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Language English
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Transcript WOMANSOUND • a record review MARGIE ADAM. SONGWRITER. In her first album, we are introduced to Margie as a light- spirited, easy, strong sister-sensual, bright, talented, honest, whole and able to achieve intimacy in an instant with our identity as women loving women. Listening to Margie is good for women just getting into feminism and woman-loving. I find she is especially soothing to an old grouch like me, a little worn out from full time political activity, and in need of a little music to soothe the mind. The album opens with "Best Friend" (The Unicorn Song) which weaves with childlike simplicity a story of self-reliance and inner strength. The anarchist in me encourages, "You tell 'em, Margie!". We're introduced to the just-right bass of Diane Lindsay and another soothing friend, Kay Gardner (flute). For percussion, we have Linda Tillery who is consistently better than just "good", and some more familiar sounds from Meg Christian and Cris Williamson who contribute their voices and guitar accompaniment on several of the cuts. E. Marcy Dicterow, Woody Simmons, Harriet McCollum, Vicki Randle and Barbara Price (violin, timpani, organ, voice, finger cymbals) fill out the very fine musical cast for this ten song collection. It took the skills and caring of another dozen women to pull together the technical, album design, inside photos, production, engineering, and overall hard labor needed to make this album a reality. I couldn't help but worry a little during "Lost In Inner Space" that listeners might interpret Margie's message as an encouragement to live inside their heads-you know, personal solutions and all that sort of thing. But Margie brings it all home again on the second side with "I've Got a Fury", definitely my favorite cut on the album. Margie shares her excellent piano work in two solo works- "Rag Bag" and "After the Drought". I felt the second said more about the emotional side of Margie than the first, but you should hear them for yourself. I have yet to hear two people interpret "Beautiful Soul" (Lovable Lady) the same way. It gives me a sense of compassion, caring-reaching out to heal the pain of isolation. I feel Margie succeeds in touching something deep in our experience as woman loving women. continued on page 21 20 Pointblank Times