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Austin Mirror, Vol. 1, No. 7, February 6, 1986 - File 010. 1986-02-06. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. January 27, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/gcam/item/2253/show/2241.

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Title Austin Mirror, Vol. 1, No. 7, February 6, 1986
Contributor
  • McCullough, Shannon
  • Loutchaninoff, Nicolai
Date February 6, 1986
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
Place
  • Austin, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 17390315
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM) Digital Archive
Rights No Copyright - United States
Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Title File 010
Transcript Helpful Household Hints by Sassy Saundra Clarke Evening Ladies! Well, 1 am firmly ensconced in my new villa overlooking downtown and a very busy jogging trail. I won't tell you where it is, but it's not hard to find (like Rocket Man's was). I put up racy leopard wallpaper to match my housecoat, nightgown, and slippers. I hung my light fixture that I won in Las Vegas outside. (It's in the shape of a set of dice complete with flashing red lights). I've installed a revolving front door (like the big bank buildings have). You can tell when you get to the bedroom—I've put in my very own take- a-number machine. (I liked the now- serving-number so and so better, but they were out of them.) Next to my bed is my rechargable vibrator (for those VERY FEW lonely nights that I spend). I am in the process of having a backdoor put in (to my apartment). I find it's much easier for crowd flow. Until later, Love, Saundra VAX ^ VatoJJ by E. Nomad Alphaville—Jerusalem—WEA Germany. Let's face it, Alphaville is not a group for everybody. With the exception of their first hit "Big In Japan," most of their music does not have crossover appeal. "Jerusalem" is pretty and smooth, (121±bpm), very Alphaville. Those of you who are familiar with this group will feel very at ease with this cut. Club wise, I don't feel it will go very far, which is very unfortunate for this is the group that changed nu-wave music a few years ago. If you are not familiar with Alphaville's music, ask for some of their records next time you are at a record shop. Who knows?, perhaps you will discover that not all music has to be commercial um-pah to like it. AUSTIN 411 Directory CHURCHES Austin Gay/Lesbian Friends (Quakers) . .. Dignity/Catholic First Unitarian Integrity/Episcopalians MCCA Oasis Ministry COUNSELING Bates, Richard Clover, Paul, M.Ed 2304 Hancock #3 Smith, Jim Waterloo Co. Center 6901 N.Lamar #109 HEALTH Dr. Edward J. Dwyer 2906 Medical Arts St. ORGANIZATIONS Alcoholics Anonymous Lambda 5518 Burnet Rd Austin AIDS Project Austin Gay Nudists Box 49636, Austin.Tex Austin Lambda 7115 Burnet Rd. #120 Austin VD Screening & Clinic 15Waller Gayline Hotline — MH/MR (24 hrs) Womenspace 2330 Guadalupe CLUBS Badlands 115San Jacinto Boathouse 407 Colorado Chain Drive 602East 7th Crossing 611 Red River 505Club 505 East 3rd Hall's 404 Colorado Nexus 401 East 2nd Private Cellar 709 East 6th Rupert's 617 Red River Sally's Apt. 2828 Rio Grande Snuffy's Saloon 113 San Jacinto Uncle Charlie's 1301 Lavaca 458-9519 467-7234 452-6168 451-18Q2 929-3660 834-8357 477-6473 385-4900 452-5966 478-3453 453-0016 452-9550 469-2080 477-6699 472-HELP 479-8965 474-9667 478-0296 .476-3611 479-5050 473-2501 495-9553 477-6440 477-1128 478-8782 479-8965 474-6481 Bananarama—A Trick Of The Night—London Records. This is Bananarama at its best. Don'tr expect anything like "Venus," that was an exception to the rule for these three girls. Smooth vocals and a hypnotic melody in the traditional style of Bananarama. At about 107 bpm's, it is hard not to like this release. The single includes three mixes: the number one mix, tricky mix, and a dub mix. The tricky mix is a somewhat jazzier version with some very nice sax solos. The dub version is basically an instrumental version of the number one mix. Pick this one up next time you go out on a shopping spree; trust me, you'll like it. Stop—Come On Dance Ahora— Damabi International. If you like salsa and Latin rhythms, you will definitely like this one. These are the people that broght you "Wake Up" last year. Perhaps not as energized as their previous release, but with all the elements needed to show a pattern in this group's style. The single includes an extended version and a dub version. Both cuts are over eight minutes long. In some cases a long cut can help a song if there are enough harmonic variations. (Example: Bronski Beat's "C'mon. C'mon"). Unfortunately, that is not the case with this cut, it is monotonously repetitious. However, it is still a good dance cut. Comment: I am certain many of you are disappointed with the American Music Awards. Diana Ross wore mostly old dresses and Janet Jackson barely got anything. Actually, I am disappointed at the fact that she won at all. No, I do not like Miss Jackson's music and that is precisely why I don't play it. She is a fantastic dancer and she can also sing, but her materia] leaves a lot to be desired. Perhaps the American audience's taste is changing for the best. . . Perhaps it is time record companies re-examine what appeals to the public and re-define what commercial music is. About eight years ago, radio stations decided "disco" was dead. Actually, it was redefined as "dance music." Music got to the point where you would go to a bar and hear the same music you heard on the radio. For awhile we enjoyed a difference in music, and that was good. Now we have gone full circle, history repeats itself; we hear the same music at clubs and on the radio. Besides record companies and radio stations, D.J.'s need to start doing some more homework and not rely on record pool material exclusively. At the long run you will be the winner, the public who supports us and is eager for new music. E.N. AUSTIN MIRROR 473-6811
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