Lesbian Express presents a program on Therapy. This is part 2, part 1 is missing. Note found in box: "There was no aircheck made for the Therapy Show. The show began with a taped reading of "Edward the Dyke" by the author Judy Grahn. This tape was borrowed. If you wish, we can submit the text to you. It is a humorous-sardonic account of a lesbian's visit to a psychiatrist.
Sweet Chariot is a women's rock band from the Bay Area who play funk, blues, rock and soul for women. The group talks their origins, their music and their influences. The band's members are Sharon Russell (vocals), Pamela "Tiik" Pollet (guitar), Bonnie Johnson (drums), and Peggy Mitchell (bass). Archives copy of this recording lacks music cues.
Aircheck of Lesbian Express episode about self-defense, December 9, 1973. Women are both leading and taking self-defense classes on street fighting and karate present their views on the physical confidence and mental state necessary to confront violence. This portion of the recording features a portion of a tape of another woman discussing self-defense.
Aircheck of a live music edition of Lesbian Express, from September 1973. Contents (Reel 1): 1. Julien performs three songs; 2. Station ID, in-studio and listener phone call question-and-answer session with musicians, including Julien, Debbie Spitz, Mary Bush and Leaf. 3. Announcements, and introduction of performers. Contents (Reel 2): 1.
Lois Ann Thomas singing and playing at the Bishop's Coffeehouse in Oakland, California October 17, 1975. Songs performed (Reel 1): 1. Sisterhood Sounds Good (2:30); 2. Ellen's Song (2:00); 3. A Good Woman's Easy to Find (2:00); 4. Night Wind (3:44); 5. Autoerotic Blues Again (3:16); 6. I've Got Nothin' to Say (2:00); 7. Cry, Baby, Cry (2:30); 8. Life (2:30). 9.
Three plays about women, produced by the Unlearning to Not Speak Collective.
Bay Area poet Rosalie Moore (1910-2000) reads from her work and talks about her life. Poems read include Fog Crossing, Catalog, The Mind's Disguise, Fear by Hanging, Dirge for the Living, and excerpts from her book Year of the Children (1977).
Teresa Trull performing at the West Coast Women's Music Festival, September 13-16, 198?. Among the songs performed are Let It Be Known, Get Up, and Give It Up. Backing vocalists: Najla Id-Deen, Lady Bianca and Linda Tillery. Piano: Susan Muscarella. Bass: Joy Pené Julks. Guitar and percussion: June Millington. Drums: Bernice Brooks. Traps and percussion: Sheila Escovedo.
Jean Ritchie performs folk music in concert at Freight and Salvage in Berkeley, California, April 26, 1972. Songs performed: Darby Ram -- One I Love -- John Riley -- Sean O'Reilly from the County Leitrim -- What'll I Do With the Baby-O -- The Bluebird Song -- Cold Mountains -- On Jordan's Stormy Banks -- Johnny Collins (a.k.a.
Aileen Hernandez, former President of the National Organization for Women, and founder of the Black Women Organized for Action, gives a brilliant presentation of the problems, triumphs, and realities of life for Black women in the USA. Opens with Joyce Carol Thomas reading "A Poem for Black Women." Hernandez is introduced by Margaret Sloan. Venue of speech unknown.
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