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Austin Mirror, Vol. 1, No. 19?, April 24, 1987
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Austin Mirror, Vol. 1, No. 19?, April 24, 1987 - File 019. 1987-04-24. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. January 24, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/gcam/item/760/show/753.

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Title Austin Mirror, Vol. 1, No. 19?, April 24, 1987
Contributor
  • McCullough, Shannon
  • Loutchaninoff, Nicolai
Publisher Texas Mirror, Ltd.
Date April 24, 1987
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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Transcript *^ 'MAC;L16 Of Ttt VtLkl! have you heard...? bybucat Big Daddy's The songs mentioned here are my choice new records of the week. I hope these reviews make you curious and interested enough to go out to your favorite dance music store and give them a listen. Hope you enjoy them as much as myself. Twilight World'-by Swing Out Sister—If you 've been following this class "a" act as I have, then you know that they have hit #4 to add to their fast growing string of 12"s. In less than 2 years, Swing Out Sister has made a major impact on ja2zy, well polished, dance music at its best. Their first 12", 'Blue Mood', quickly became a huge hit here in Dallas, followed by the funky flavored 'Break Out", to their Wst hit 'Surrender', which has got to beone of the best songs this year. 'Twilight World' has a flow to it that only SOS can do. The intro of voices and background sounds gets your attention and takes you on a beautiful journey of '87 jazz sound that you just want more and more. If you liked their 3 I2"s before, there will be a re-mix of this om very soon (possibly while you're reading this). This group is not to be overlooked. They're going to be very big in the changing style of dance music. An album should follow soon. Galbi-Ofra Haza-coming from Israel, this Israeli love song is a sizzling sleaze cut and is definately an attention grabber. A nice long intro of percussions of all types give you a look at how musically gifted this woman is. And when she does start to sing/chant, a sexy voice of absolutely no english but all Jewish singing shows what a talent this woman is. The song is a great change of pace from your typical sleaze and daily disco pounding. Not everyone will enjoy this song, but for those who do, check out her l.p.. Everything I Own-Boy George-By the sounds of Boy's voice on this remake of the old Bread classic, you'd never know that he's been majorly traumatized over the last year or so. At the sudden drop of beat #1 into a hard yet slower rhythm of funk to his first few lines delivered loudly in a spoken song /poem type rap, the song gets underway changing to a nice, laid back , tasteful piece of reggae-very much like B.G. did a few years ago on his own while still with Culture Club. Making this 12" one better is the dub-version, as good as the vocal. You'll enjoy it even more when the radio, t.v. video & cable channels, bars and more are playing it, more than alot. Should be a big all around hit for the boy. 14. TOP 15 SONGS FOR THE WEEK OF APRIL 20-27 1. GALBA-OFRA HAZA 2. TWILIGHT WORLD-SWING OUT SISTER 3. AMOR PUERTO RIQUENO-RAZ 4. MEMORIES-CAROLYN HARDING 5. MY BRILLIANT CARREER-5TA 6. SHAK RENDEZVOUS-BUNCH OF 5'S . CANT FIND MY WAY HOME-TORCH SONG 8. HEY BOY-CELESTE 9. TRANS-EUROPE EXPRESS 10. PARTY GIRL-GRACE JONES 11. 17WAYSTOJAK-HERCULES 12. TIME OUT-GINO VANELLI 13. WHAT'S GOING ON-CYNDI LAUPER CHILDREN OF THE GHETTO-COURTNEY PINE 15. RADAR LOVE-CENTERFOLD PAGE 18
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