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Title Pointblank Times, Vol. 3, No. 1, [January 1977]
Alternative Title Pointblank Times, Vol. III, No. 1, [January 1977]
Date January 1977
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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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Transcript Latin Blues Be Be K'Roche, a woman's band from the San Francisco Bay area, is an impressive collec- Q tive of talented musicians ^^ displaying the primarily instru- ■ mental abilities of the group, ^^ individually as well as ensemble. ^ The group utilizes a wide variety Hi of fascinating instruments, among w which are the arp string synthesizer, clavinet, acoustic piano, guido, and wooden flute. Although some very fine effects are achieved through this unusually diversified instrumentation, the style of music is basically restricted to jazz, with occasional interspersed sounds of Latin & rhythm blues. Personally, the lyrics (most of which are written by Virginia Rubino) seem to lack the emotional and sensitive quality or depth emanating from some other Olivia recordings, such as those of Meg Christian or Cris Williamson. Repetition is extreme and at times almost becomes monotonous in effect. Nevertheless, the recording is definitely a positive contribution to the constantly expanding repertoire of women's music. In Houston the record is available at The Bookstore, Cactus Records, and the Record Rack. Or, it may be ordered from Olivia Records, PO Box 70237, Los Angeles, CA. 90070, for $5.50 + 55$ postage. P.S. Negotiations are currently underway to bring Be Be K'Roche to Houston to play for a dance. Massage To explore the spaciousness uuithin To balance energu For appointment col Beth Kendnck 525-0368 10 dollars/trades HOT •"War Widow" Coming Again "The War Widow," a lesbian love story set during World War I, will be rebroadcast Thursday, Feb. 10 at 8 pm on Channel 8 TV. The first showing of this drama got rave reviews from pbt and lesbians around the country. Don't miss it this time! •New Women's Coalition pbt is joining the Women's Rights Coordinating Council, a new coalition of 35 women's organizations. Houston Women's Advocate Nikki Van Hightower sparked the coalition, which ranges from Black Women for Social Change to River Oaks Businesswomen's Exchange Club. Projects under discussion include support of the ERA rally on January 14, support of WIRES (see below), and eventual creation of a comprehensive women's center. • W.I.R.E.S. Meeting W.I.R.E.S. is the Women's Information Referral and Exchange Service, a project of Women in Action. They hope to soon be set up with a phone and answers to the myriad questions that Houston women have. They will conduct a community workshop Monday, Jan. 24 from 7 - 9:30 pm at the UT School of Public Health, 6901 Bertner. For more info call WIA at 527-0718. Jadene Pointblank Times