People Staff
July 24, 1978 12:00 PM

Reneé Armand

Armand is not exactly the new woman in town. Since she dropped out of Berkeley in 1965, she has sung with Woody Herman, toured with Hoyt Axton and warbled such sound track themes as The Morning After from The Poseidon Adventure. Yet despite a pleasantly steely voice reminiscent of Judy Collins, she has never quite made it to the showbiz major leagues. If she is ever going to, this is the album, which provides a forum for both her voice and her direct if not dazzling lyrics. It’s a little folk, a little country, a little jazz and altogether absorbing.

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