lifeblood: listlogs: 1995-12c


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date:         wed, 13 dec 1995 23:57:36 est
reply-to:     "christopher m. becker" <cmbecker@space.mit.edu>
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from:         "christopher m. becker" <cmbecker@space.mit.edu>
subject:      re: ig travelling songs
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              "cranberry" at dec 13, 95 9:03 pm

how about world falls?  in the words of amy, "i worte this song after
touring around the country.. ummmm.... its about that."  also, the way the
tension in the song builds to the end, its fun.

maybe bmhawk too.  good accelerator action on that one =)

an offshoot thread.. my votes for the best driving songs of all:

        1) don't fear the reaper (blue oyster cult)
        2) pride (u2)
        3) life's been good to me so far (joe walsh)
        4) boys of summer (don henley)
        5) good morning britain (aztec camera)
        6) swingtown (steve miller band)
        7) peter gunn theme (not sure who wrote it)
        8) paradise by the dashboard lights (meatloaf)
        9) i've just seen a face (the beatles)
        10) televison (jon svetkey)

i've also found a difference between driving songs for night and
driving songs for daytime....


                -- chris (who can't wait to go home
                          for christmas and drive =))

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date:         wed, 13 dec 1995 21:13:25 -0800
reply-to:     stanley kulesza <stankul@ix.netcom.com>
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from:         stanley kulesza <stankul@ix.netcom.com>
subject:      re: ?

well, a very good friend of mine told me a story about the very last
hte concert in oregon or something.  she said a girl in the audience
held up a sign that said "joking".  long story short.  they called her
up on the stage, gave her a guitar, and they all jammed on the song
together.  is that not the ideal indigo dream?  i know it's mine.
aren't some people so lucky.
---emily
ps.  if you (joking) are out there, somewhere, you lucky.  =)

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date:         wed, 13 dec 1995 21:15:46 -0800
reply-to:     stanley kulesza <stankul@ix.netcom.com>
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from:         stanley kulesza <stankul@ix.netcom.com>
subject:      re: indigo girls traveling songs

reunion does wonders when you are driving away from a job you just
quit.  =)
remember this.  it will come in handy one day.  it has for me and the
feeling it gives is awesome.  just when you think you're day is ruined
cause you have to quit your job for whatever reason, reunion makes it
all worthwhile.  reunion is your saviour.  reunion is the freedom you
deserve.
---emily

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date:         wed, 13 dec 1995 17:36:32 -0500
reply-to:     karen harper <harperk@acs.bu.edu>
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from:         karen harper <harperk@acs.bu.edu>
subject:      re: the brawl to settle it all
in-reply-to:  <199512132131.qaa27192@netspace.org>

> bert said:
>
> >if amy and emily were ever to get into a physical fight, who would win
> >and why?
>
> >i hope i haven't lost all credibility on this list.  have a nice day.
> >talk to y'all soon.  i hope.
>
> i think you're loopy, but that's only my opinion :)
>
> anna whipkey


well, i've always thought he was kind of loopy, so this is no surprise
;)  just a little joke to get you through your day bert :)

karen  (aka kad)

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date:         wed, 13 dec 1995 23:34:32 -0600
reply-to:     rebecca gaukroger <gaukroge@uiuc.edu>
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from:         rebecca gaukroger <gaukroge@uiuc.edu>
subject:      re: ig travelling songs
in-reply-to:  <199512140457.xaa16502@netspace.org>

anybody seen a thread?......
on the subject of driving music being different during the day/night...i
think the new october project would make excellent night time driving music
(and i'm feeling very excited about the prospect of being able to test
this little hypothesis of mine when, in 4 days, i can finally drive
again...on the right side of the road (the left side)).


rebecca.
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     punishment is that he sees the dawn before the rest of the world"
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date:         wed, 13 dec 1995 23:30:31 +0000
reply-to:     tmac@wsnet.com
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from:         tracey mccartney <tmac@wsnet.com>
subject:      amy ray e-speaks

from  the daemon records e-mailing list, by amy ray:

<snip>
>please continue to discover the diversity of daemon records.
<snip>

am i the only one who finds it a tad ironic that amy ray finds e-mail
such a creepy medium when her fans use it but finds it to be just
dandy as an advertising tool?  just wondering...


tracey the grinch

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date:         wed, 13 dec 1995 23:30:30 +0000
reply-to:     tmac@wsnet.com
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from:         tracey mccartney <tmac@wsnet.com>
subject:      re: the brawl to settle it all

> needless to say, i find this thread offensive. not to mention
> unproductive, mean-spirited, and not with the spirit of the holidays.

not to mention stupid and pointless.  i suppose since the median age
on this list has dropped to something like 12.5, i should expect
threads like this, but i do wish you guys would keep them to places
where they're more appropriate (or at least make more since).  in
fact, go find a comic books discussion ("hey, d00d, which of the
x-men is the biggest badass?).


tracey

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date:         wed, 13 dec 1995 21:48:37 -0800
reply-to:     michael messner <mmessner@step.mother.com>
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from:         michael messner <mmessner@step.mother.com>
subject:      re: ig travelling songs
x-to:         "christopher m. becker" <cmbecker@space.mit.edu>
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my own votes would be for:

any cccr song (they all are great for driving)
jungle love (steve miller)
runnin on empty (jackson browne)
you turn me on i'm a radio (joni mitchell)
ctf
reunion
native son (james taylor)
lovely rita (beatles)

--mike

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date:         thu, 14 dec 1995 00:55:50 -0500
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from:         padraic buckmaster <newgrssss@aol.com>
subject:      re: covers...devil went down to georgia
x-to:         ktm@utkux.utcc.utk.edu

i can understand, when people ask me why i' went to 200 dead shows, i would
reply honestly that i really wanted to hear them do the hokey pokey...

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date:         thu, 14 dec 1995 01:08:45 -0500
reply-to:     noi liang <nql5986@is.nyu.edu>
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from:         noi liang <nql5986@is.nyu.edu>
subject:      re: ig travelling songs
x-to:         michael messner <mmessner@step.mother.com>
in-reply-to:  <pine.lnx.3.91.951213214536.1377b-100000@step.mother.com>

hi everyone...
        i hope i'm posting correctly :/  i just wanted to say hi, wazzup
from greenwich village, new york city, new york, america, planet
earth...  this looks like it will be a cool mailing list serve :)  i'm
18, i go to new york university and have just started listening to indigo
girls this summer.  i only have three albums, the first, swamp ophelia,
and 1200 curfews, which i've been listening to obssessively forever now.
(just ask my roommates)  :)  well, i look forward to talking to you all!
feel free to send me personal email :)

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date:         wed, 13 dec 1995 17:51:31 -0500
reply-to:     michael reynolds <asl@gandalf.umcs.maine.edu>
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from:         michael reynolds <asl@gandalf.umcs.maine.edu>
subject:      re: songs, newport, ect...
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in-reply-to:  <pine.sol.3.91.951213141606.27485f-100000@college> from "andrea
              marie adrian" at dec 13, 95 02:21:16 pm

i was also at the boston show, that's where i heard amazing cover, but i
gotta say that show was not the best performance i have seen her, actually,
it kinda sucked compared to smaller venue's i have seen her at...
and the sound sucked!!!!!

was piep there? i thought i saw her...
well i taped it and it has not hit my player yet, that's how unimpressed i
was, but there were moments
mike r.

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date:         wed, 13 dec 1995 18:10:54 -0500
reply-to:     lauree shampine <shampine@ll.mit.edu>
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from:         lauree shampine <shampine@ll.mit.edu>
subject:      re: the brawl to settle it all

>interesting that you 'males' have started this thread. my jaw dropped
>when i read it once... and now again that it's being perpetrated.
>needless to say, i find this thread offensive. not to mention
>unproductive, mean-spirited, and not with the spirit of the holidays.

have you folks ever seen that nick at night filler...something like...
whose more powerful santa claus or endora...(i personally think endora)

anyway, i think this was offered very much in that spirit...it was meant
to be whimsical, not malicious

lauree ('i dare you') shampine

my mom could take either one of 'um

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date:         wed, 13 dec 1995 17:34:54 -0600
reply-to:     median cat <ccp5913@acs.tamu.edu>
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from:         median cat <ccp5913@acs.tamu.edu>
subject:      re: the ultimate cover version

hey y'all-

now, i realize i'm probably a bit more punchy than usual cause of just
having finished finals, but i can really see this cover tune happening:

both a&e singing 'rubber ducky'.  (you know, from sesame street??)

hmmmmm, this probably won't seem like such a good idea after i get the sleep
i've been missing for the past 3 days.....but for some reason ig and sesame
street are forever linked in my mind (all goes back to 'hammer and a nail' :) )

peace, happy holidays and lots of sleep,
cylinda
ccp5913@acs.tamu.edu                  "everywhere i turn all the beauty
                                            just keeps shaking me"
                                                     - amy ray

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date:         thu, 14 dec 1995 02:10:44 -0500
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from:         padraic buckmaster <newgrssss@aol.com>
subject:      re: the brawl to settle it all
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ok, i admit i was the one who said something about wanting amy to beat up
that guy in the foo fighters... and i never thought it would lead to thinking
about amy and emily fighting each other, doesn't that tread a little to close
to personal life stuff which is suposed to be off limits?... now < i have two
cats, amy & emily, and well, emily beats her little sister amy up  all the
time, so that is the answer, nuff said...

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date:         thu, 14 dec 1995 01:37:44 -0600
reply-to:     stacy sheperson <ssheperson@uoknor.edu>
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subject:      brawl to settle it all

well, after reading that wonderful chickenman stream of consciousness
(thanks a ton, jude), i would definitely have to put my money on amy....

peace on earth, good will towards all :)!!!

stacy

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date:         thu, 14 dec 1995 02:16:00 +0000
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subject:      re: the brawl to settle it all

> where they're more appropriate (or at least make more since).  in

of course, i meant "sense."  i cannot spell when i'm grumpy. : )


tracey

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date:         thu, 14 dec 1995 10:07:27 +0000
reply-to:     matthew j smith <mts5@aber.ac.uk>
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from:         matthew j smith <mts5@aber.ac.uk>
subject:      re: airplane
x-to:         stanley kulesza <stankul@ix.netcom.com>

>i absolutely love airplane.  it is one of my most favorite songs to
>sing.  i just have trouble figuring out what amy is singing sometimes.
>does anyone know her part?  is it written out anywhere?
>thanks--em

i suppose if you heard it the first time it came out you might like it, but
i didn't hear it until after i'd heard least complicated, and the two songs
are similar in a lot of ways, but lc is just better imho by a huge margin.
and the guest singers on airplane are awful.   i've heard that the roches
have done some great stuff (not that i've heard it) but their contribution
to that song just ruins it.

mat
mts5@aber.ac.uk

   "[the priest] said that if you have to work for anyone, an
        absentee boss is best."
           - jeannette winterson, "the passion"

   "a man must make unpopular decisions,
    hit those nails on the head,
    and i respect a man who goes to where he wants to be
    even if he wants to be dead."
           - vic chesnutt, "florida" from west of rome

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date:         thu, 14 dec 1995 07:08:14 -0600
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from:         avital livny <avital@cs.wisc.edu>
subject:      re: airplane

when i first got rop a few years ago, i found myself always skipping by airplane
and enjoying the rest of the album just fine without it.  now, i've fallen in
love with it.  maybe it's because i just started hearing some roches stuff and
realized that even the girls want to get a little wacky and pointless at times.
it's a really cute - for lack of a better word - song for me.  oh no, this is
coming off really bad isn't it.  if all of you could only hear my tone of voice!
it's completely adoring!  i'm _not_ saying that airplane isn't serious.  well,
maybe i am.  well, i don't know what i'm saying.  i _do_ like it though.

i don't post very often but when i do, i always feel like i have to keep on my
toes and make sure not to have anything come out wrong and offend someone.  it
makes me feel really uneasy about the whole list.  i wonder if t it's just me or
if anyone else gets this pit-in-their-stomach thing.  i wonder if that's really
the feeling we want to be giving off.

again, just me opinion!
avital
avital@lucy.cs.wisc.edu

p.s.  and about the age thing - yes, i will admit to still being in high school.
does that give me less of a right to be on the list?  i seem to get really
offended when people trash my age group and blame us for starting threads.  i've
kkinda been enjoying reading about "the brawl" but i think i would still enjoy
it say, 10 years from now. :)

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date:         thu, 14 dec 1995 08:23:29 -0500
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subject:      re: the ultimate cover version

in a message dated 95-12-14 07:56:20 est, median cat writes:

>both a&e singing 'rubber ducky'.  (you know, from sesame street??)
>
>hmmmmm, this probably won't seem like such a good idea after i get the sleep
>i've been missing for the past 3 days.....but for some reason ig and sesame
>street are forever linked in my mind

after listening to "loquat tree" and "pooh corner" i can hear it, too, but
maybe another sesame street tune.  nothing against "rubber duckie," of
course.  actually, its a great tune with a nice melancholy melody.  but i
heard it recently (pulled out my old lp 'sesame street fever' and put it on
my turntable--remember those?), and realized the lyrics "rubber duckie,
you're the one/you make bathtime lots of fun/rubber duckie, i'm totally fond
of you," can totally be misinterpreted as...er... something else..... ahem,
if you know what i mean. ;-)

peace y'all,
l.h.

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date:         thu, 14 dec 1995 08:38:40 -0500
reply-to:     lauree shampine <shampine@ll.mit.edu>
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from:         lauree shampine <shampine@ll.mit.edu>
subject:      re: the ultimate cover version

>what national act would you like to see ig perform with and what
>would you have them play?
>
>1.  ani difranco...the million that you never made (amy)
>2.  tanita tikaram...deliver me (a&e)
>3.  dave matthews band...rhyme & reason a la god in heaven (for indigboy:)

i was talking about this with my pardner this morning and she suggested:
1.  layla with eric clapton
2.  lola with the kinks

ps  one of our cats (who shall remain nameless) suggested walk this way with
    aerosmith and run dmc.  needless to say, he will be severely reprimanded :)

lauree

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date:         thu, 14 dec 1995 08:57:26 -0500
reply-to:     kristina cizas <kcizas@cgrg.ohio-state.edu>
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from:         kristina cizas <kcizas@cgrg.ohio-state.edu>
subject:      re: amy ray e-speaks
in-reply-to:  <199512140535.xaa12531@wsnet.com>

on wed, 13 dec 1995, tracey mccartney wrote:

> am i the only one who finds it a tad ironic that amy ray finds e-mail
> such a creepy medium when her fans use it but finds it to be just
> dandy as an advertising tool?  just wondering...

not at all, tracey. i've never been comfortable with being lumped into the
wacko fan category simply because i'm an long-time citizen of the electronic
realm (though with some of the recent threads, i understand her concerns
more and more). i'd rather be judged a wacko on my own merits, thank you
very much. :) my guess is that it's become very apparent how much
business email has generated for atlanta-area artists, and that amy, like
any business-person, wants to take advantage of that. there's a
ready-made goldmine out here, and she's more than willing to dip into
it, regardless of her distaste for us. business, after all, is business.

kristina,
wishing that tracey's question would lead to some reasoned
adult discussion of the complexities of our modern world, but knowing
that it will either be ignored by the general list populace or that she
will get flamed publicly and/or privately for suggesting that amy ray is
anything less than a goddess

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date:         thu, 14 dec 1995 09:00:11 -0500
reply-to:     lauree shampine <shampine@ll.mit.edu>
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from:         lauree shampine <shampine@ll.mit.edu>
subject:      cat stats(nigc)

>to personal life stuff which is suposed to be off limits?... now < i have two
>cats, amy & emily, and well, emily beats her little sister amy up  all the
>time, so that is the answer, nuff said...

would someone volunteer to be in charge of compiling the following statistics
about the list population:

           * how many people have cats;
           * of those people who have cats, how many have one (or more)
                named amy and/or emily

lauree (flamegrrrl)
the parent of several cats (none of whom are named amy or emily)

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date:         thu, 14 dec 1995 09:30:32 -0500
reply-to:     newgrssss@aol.com
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from:         padraic buckmaster <newgrssss@aol.com>
subject:      re: cat stats(nigc)
x-to:         shampine@ll.mit.edu

well in defence of my cats names... my other three cats names are theolonius,
mingus and peyote... i just thought since they were both girls and i got them
the same day, and as i brought them into there new home for the first time,
dead man's hill was on my roomates stereo... i've seen cats on fire... i
wasn't trying to win any originality contest

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date:         thu, 14 dec 1995 09:39:06 -0500
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from:         kimberly orr <kimorr@aol.com>
subject:      re: driving songs

thought i'd delurk and contribute to the travel song thread.  when i lived in
europe i liked to listed to history of us when driving or flying (especially
around switzerland, and bavaria).  i can relate to dusty cathedrals self
examination and a renewed since of purpose.   my ultimate driving song for
the states is (i can't believe no one has said it yet) "i can't drive 55" by
van halen.  we're still driving 55 here in louisiana but i can't wait to get
home to texas!  for those of os whimsical in the face of finals, how about a
thread "what was life like in the reign of salaam, queen of beer?'  happy
holidays.  kimberly.

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date:         thu, 14 dec 1995 09:47:08 -0500
reply-to:     lauree shampine <shampine@ll.mit.edu>
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from:         lauree shampine <shampine@ll.mit.edu>
subject:      re: cat stats(nigc)

>well in defence of my cats names... my other three cats names are theolonius,
>mingus and peyote... i just thought since they were both girls and i got them
>the same day, and as i brought them into there new home for the first time,
>dead man's hill was on my roomates stereo... i've seen cats on fire... i
>wasn't trying to win any originality contest

no reason whatsoever to defend your cats' names and as far as originality,
they may be common for this list, but probably not in the general population.

a few months ago, somebody i work with who is on some cat bulletin board
told me that somebody was soliciting suggestions for what to name two
newly adopted female cats...she said somebody suggested amy and emily and
of course i immediately thought "ah...one of us"

lauree (as a parent of a cat named grumpy, i certainly wasn't passing
        judgment on anyone else's choice of cat names :)

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date:         thu, 14 dec 1995 09:57:16 -0500
reply-to:     strangefire <mccranie@ewir-wr.robins.af.mil>
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subject:      re: cat stats (nigc)

i, like many other list members, have 2 cats named amy & emily..and
my emily also beats my amy up! (not that i'm saying that this would
ever happen to a&e!!!!!) my emily just ended up being so much bigger than
my amy!!!!

sherry
the parent of 3 cats: amy, emily, and ghost (all brothers and sisters)
and also the parent of 2 dogs: knothead (a 3 yr old minpin) and
pocahontas (a 2 yr old german sheppard)

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date:         thu, 14 dec 1995 10:14:47 edt
reply-to:     chickensoprano <creechal@cc.emu.edu>
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subject:      re: christmas tune

on wed, 13 dec 1995 20:18:01 let it snow, let it snow, let it snow wrote:

> i think they'd be awesome doing lo how a rose, a good arrangement of it,
> personally!

yes! yes! yes!  that would be the ultimate ig cover of a christmas
song (at least in my opinion)!  thanks for reminding me of that one!

anna

  "the body consists of three parts - the brainium, the
  borax and the abdominable cavity.  the brainium contains
  the brain, the borax contains the heart and lungs, and the
  abdominable cavity contains the bowls, of which there are
  five - a, e, i, o, and u."

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subject:      a&e and us

do they really not like this list serv deal?  kinda makes me feel guilty
for being on it.

anna

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from:         "mr. might-have-been" <pnorman@eclair.roanoke.edu>
subject:      re: ig travelling songs
x-to:         petite piquet <piquet@geko.com.au>
in-reply-to:  <pine.3.89.9512141317.a25244-0100000@zonk.geko.net.au>

>
> also re. the 'ultimate cover' thread, wouldn't it be cool to see/hear ig
> and billy pilgrim singing "insomniac"? :)
>
way to go piquet!  bp rawks -- even tho' emily does sing on their album
version...  anything by bp is incredible for drving music while that
thread floats around.  do not miss these guys!  phil

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subject:      re: the brawl to settle it all
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in-reply-to:  <199512140535.xaa12537@wsnet.com>

on wed, 13 dec 1995, tracey mccartney wrote:

> > needless to say, i find this thread offensive. not to mention
> > unproductive, mean-spirited, and not with the spirit of the holidays.
>
> not to mention stupid and pointless.  i suppose since the median age
> on this list has dropped to something like 12.5, i should expect
> threads like this, but i do wish you guys would keep them to places
> where they're more appropriate (or at least make more since).  in
> fact, go find a comic books discussion ("hey, d00d, which of the
> x-men is the biggest badass?).
>
when did people start forgetting to take the coat-hangers out of our
shirts?  pointless and unproductive?  i'm sorry for finding that funny,
but are ten thousand threads being resurrected from the dead (i cannot
discuss chickenman ever again!) porductive?  i think it is great that the
list has grown so much, but lighten up folks.  i do not ever want to see
a&e fight.  it is a silly light-hearted suggestion to maybe make this
list interesting again.  i really _hate_ writing flames and now i've
written two in the last two days.  and i'm not 12.

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reply-to:     "judith k. hunter" <jhunter@rtc.gov>
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from:         "judith k. hunter" <jhunter@rtc.gov>
subject:      re: a&e and us

>do they really not like this list serv deal?  kinda makes me feel guilty
>for being on it.

>anna

i don't believe a and e are anti-tech/down-on-computers.  in fact, i believe
they are curious about them and, let's face it, they don't play the
harpsicord..... as far as the list goes, we don't know what or who *lurks* in
the wings!

using e-mail as a marketing tool?  sure! for them, any ole time. if amy
telemarketed me this evening during dinner, i wouldn't mind at all.


jude :)

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subject:      max points-nigc maxwell liners

got this from another list i frequent-- jude :)


date:    wed, 13 dec 1995 16:30:15 -0500
from:    benjamin arnow <bqa4445@is2.nyu.edu>
subject: max-points info.

well, although this has nothing to do with mmw, i'm sure there are a few
people here that will be interested in this info. that was sent to me:

i just called maxell (616-964-2433) and they kindly provided me with the
following answers to some questions i've heard asked about the max points
frequent buyer program:

question:  is 12/31/95 the end of max points program as we know
it?

answer: yes.  all max points must be redeemed by 12/31/95.  unredeemed max
points will be worthless after that.  it will take a few months after that
to process all the orders, but they must be mailed no later than 12/31/95.

fyi:  maxell is currently formulating a *new* incentive program, in hopes
of alleviating some of the problems they have had with the current program
(counterfeiting, inavailability of requested prizes, etc).  they will let
us know as soon as they decide.  if you have redeemed points with maxell at
anay point, you will likely be notified of the new program by mail, or
might even receive info with your prizes.

question:  does the mail have to be received by 12/31/95, or simply
postmarked by that date?

answer:  a postmark is sufficient.  however, they *strongly* recommend that
redemptions be sent in asap!! towards the end of the last redemption
period (12/31/93), maxell received up to 10,000 pieces of mail a day!  they
longer you wait to redeem, the longer you can expect to wait for your
prizes.  the current turnaround is approximately 8-12 weeks.

question:  should i send my max points via certified or registered mail?

answer:  for large redemptions, certified or registered mail is strongly
recommended (see certified/registered mail address below).  remember,
maxell gets 10k pieces of mail a day, so things do get lost.  in case this
does happen, they also recommend making photocopies of the completed
redemption forms for your records before you mail them.

question:  the music title list (for cds and tapes) i have is pretty
outdated.  is there a new updated version of this list?

answer:  yes.  the new music title list is available.  call the number
above and give em your address, and they'll send it out to you.  you *must*
use this list to request cds or prerecorded tapes.  btw, you can still use
the older list if you don't want to bother getting the new one.

question:  what kind of wireless headphones are available?

answer:  currently shipping recoton (model number unavailable).  this is
subject to change.

question:  what kind of boom box is available?

answer:  currently shipping sony (model number unavailable).  this is
subject to change.

question:  is the official max points brochure required for redemption?

answer:  no.  max points can also be affixed to a sheet of paper, as long
as you indicate what prize you are requesting and include your name,
address and telephone number.  photocopies of the original brochure will
also be accepted.

if you do want an official max points redemption brochure, send a sase to:

        max awards brochure request
        p.o. box 5570
        kalamazoo, mi 49003-5570

question:  where do i send my max points for redemption?

answer: max awards frequent buyer program
        p.o. box 5787
        kalamazoo, mi  49003-5787

        send registered/certified/express mail to:
        maxell awards frequent buyer program
        4956 wayne road
        battle creek, mi  49015

good luck!! -ben

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date:         thu, 14 dec 1995 10:12:56 -0600
reply-to:     jamie suthard <suthardj@southwestern.edu>
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from:         jamie suthard <suthardj@southwestern.edu>
subject:      re: cat stats(nigc)
x-to:         lauree shampine <shampine@ll.mit.edu>
in-reply-to:  <9512140947.aa05570@ll.mit.edu>

well......i have one precious, darling cat named whiskers "the goddess" ray
my black and white princess was named by my cousin(whiskers), my aunt(the
goddess) and of course me(ray).  we call her whis-ray-ess for short.
                                --jamie

        "i don't care, cause sometimes, i hear my voice and it's been
                        silent all these years"   -tori amos

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from:         lisa on the prairie <nordeelm@caa.mrs.umn.edu>
subject:      indigo dreams...

after hearing from a few others about dreams they had recently i thought i
throw in the one i had last night.  the ig were playing in my hometown and
i was fighting with my mom about spending $ on tickets for their show and a
me show.  anyway, they were signing golf balls that you could get by
showing your ticket stub.  i got one and then tried to run and get back in
line to get another, i got caught and took off running away from the
security guard.

i saw that amy and emily were over in a parking lot tuning
their guitars so i ran toward them.  it was a long way and by the time i
got there amy had walked over to get a pop.  she was walking back toward
emily and i timed it so i would run into her.  i ran smack into her, but
did not spill her pop.  then she kinda yelled at me for running into her,
with good reason, but i woke up then so i didn't get to hear the concert.

kinda weird, but it was fun nonetheless.  :)

lisa
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date:         thu, 14 dec 1995 11:55:12 est
reply-to:     shannon cassaday <daisyday@eden.rutgers.edu>
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from:         shannon cassaday <daisyday@eden.rutgers.edu>
subject:      re: ack: several things--me too
x-to:         lorinda wright <lw01@lehigh.edu>
in-reply-to:  your message of mon, 16 oct 1995 19:05:49 edt

dear everyone on the list,
about a bunch o' weeks ago, my email crahed because i had too many messages
and was sick for a while, soi couldn't check them or reply or anything....
anyway, i still love the indigos and still want info on them and still miss
reading all the dandy things y'all wrote about, so if possible could any of
you still emial me if soamhting interesting occurs?  please polease please
i'm gonna try to get back on the list next semester, but now i have break
soon and won't be able to check for a month or so, so....... thank you
again... i really enjoyed the list and hope to get back on soon.... have a
glorious holiday season and a dandy day!!!
love and gargoyles and mistletoe,
shannon

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from:         lisa grandjean <lisag@charity.trinityvt.edu>
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subject:      re: airplane
x-to:         avital livny <avital@cs.wisc.edu>, avital@cs.wisc.edu

avital,
    i think it's great that you listen to the indigo girls while
you're in high school! i didn't hear of them until the end of my
junior year. i am so envious and happy for you that you've found them
at such an early age! rock on!!!
    we on the list should not be criticizing one another, but rather
experiencing the common bond we share, that is our passion for the
girls!
lisa

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date:         thu, 14 dec 1995 10:42:37 -0800
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from:         carla williams <cjwilliams@getty.edu>
subject:      mixing up the christmas thing

okay, how about them covering eartha kitt's "santa
baby?"  i think emily could pull it off.  amy doing the
backups.

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from:         darren matthew glass <darglass@owlnet.rice.edu>
subject:      re: mixing up the christmas thing
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> okay, how about them covering eartha kitt's "santa
> baby?"  i think emily could pull it off.  amy doing the
> backups.

actually, if you didn't already know, michelle malone does an awesome
version of this song on the son of flagpole christmas album put out by
athens magazine flagpole.  she also does it on her swinging christmas in
the attic tape, but that version isn't quite as good.

darren

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subject:      covers...

i have another one- what about "supernatural" by vic chesnutt?? i love
that song-
i also think they would sound cool on "heart of gold" by neil young.
how about it???? love, katie :-)

happy holly- days!!

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from:         lorinda wright <lw01@lehigh.edu>
subject:      all this dar talk

ok, this is pretty long nigc

sorry if this subject is a few days out of date, but i've been out of town. i
was the one who originally posted about dar williams the other day. now, after
driving down to dc (four hour drive) and back and listening to "the honesty
room" most of the way, i have to say something more about her. that woman is
absolutely amazing!!! damn! she's right up there with kristen hall and
michelle malone in my book. (for those of you who don't know me, those are my
second and third all time favorite musicians; right behind...well, you know.)
i heard her do "alleluia" (sp?) in concert last wednesday, and i listened to
it a couple of times driving around dc, and then it was just stuck in my
brain. i listened to it in the car, then rewound, and listened to it again.
then when i got out of my car i spent the next 24 hours (literally!) with that
song going through my head, over and over and over again, and it was
wonderful! then i got back in my car and played it three more times at top
volume. damn that woman's brilliant! (is this enough raving for you guys?)

"yeah, you'll find love here, but i'll bet you'll find it there
where they don't always make the same joke: gee, ya make a heavenly pair!
alleluia!"

anyway, all this while i was wondering if emily in particular has heard dar's
music. did dar ever play at newport? does anyone know if amy or emily are
familiar with dar williams. cuz all i could think of was: emily would love
this! the lyrics are so clever, and the guitar is so good, and her voice is
incredible. i sure hope emily has her album. oh well, i'm gonna go listen to
that song again. :)
folkisgruven,
lorindigo
    i           will            not        be               complacent
lorinda wright           "learn to pretend there's more than love that
lw01@lehigh.edu           matters. -e.s.
lehigh university         "the apathy of time laughs in my face
bethlehem, pa             you say each life has its place. -e.s.
    i           will            not         be              complacent

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from:         maggie poulos <me_poulos@acad.fandm.edu>
subject:      band de soleil's european release(some igc)

hi all,
i just got the bds redemption dream european release....it is
*amazing*...but, the reason that i'm posting this is that the first bonus
track is bds and ig doing neil young's "cortez the killer"..and if you saw
it live..you know how incredible it is:)..and, i saw bds last friday
night...i can't even articulate how great the show was...i think the
highlight for me was when they did an extended-extended "woman on the
floor"...at my request...i asked if they were going to play it when i was
talking to michelle before the show, and she said that danny was sick and
they weren't going to play it...but, she surprised me:)  *sigh* it was
really great...and their manager promised me that my band could open for
them in the near future...i'll keep you posted:)
with dreams of immortality,
maggie
ps...extended hello's to lynnie martin, lorinda, phil...and my fortunate
one, joe

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                      & "gonna be a long crawl *   maggie e. poulos    &
                      &    a high climb *     me_poulos@acad.fandm.edu &
                      &  through this soul of mine * bkrbkr@aol.com    &
                      &  and if i have to learn *                      &
                      &   to live again, *              *              &
                      &        i'll shed my skin *    ~m&f~            &
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from:         "teresa c. esguerra" <sac83826@saclink1.csus.edu>
subject:      re: stevie ray vaughn covers
x-to:         tracey mccartney <tmac@wsnet.com>
in-reply-to:  <199512090837.caa10816@wsnet.com>

on sat, 9 dec 1995, tracey mccartney wrote:

> > great suggestions!  personally, i've always wanted to hear amy do a
> > stevie ray vaughn song. possibly love struck, baby or pride and joy.
> > do we have new thread potential here?


        think emily can feel her way though srv's cover of hendrix's
"little wing"???

        srv was the man.  i can feel his soul in the air right now.

        on a more realistic note, "tightrope" would be rather
interesting.  or how about "couldn't stand the weather".

feeling like a strawberry,
teri

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from:         lorinda wright <lw01@lehigh.edu>
subject:      re: the brawl to settle it all

bert and phil, you naughty naughty boys...

*giggle*

hmm, sorry for those of you who are offended by this, but i have to admit i
like this thread, and i wholeheartedly disagree with bert, who seems to think
emily is some sort of a wolf in sheep's clothing, (i.e. a monster in a sweet
gentle person's clothing (i.e. a really nasty person in emily's clothing.))

_first_ of all, correct me if i'm wrong, but i thought amy was actually a
little taller than emily.

_second_ of all, i've seen amy fight off a psycho fan, and believe me, amy won.

_third_ of all, amy's just, well you know...amy!

_fourth_ of all, amy has a tattoo, and emily's hair is _red_. (not that this
has anything to do with who would win a fist fight. i just thought i'd toss
that out there and get a few more giggles over people arguing about whether
emily is a blond or a redhead, and over people asking what amy's tattoo means.
:)

folkisgruven,
lorindigo
    i           will            not        be               complacent
lorinda wright           "learn to pretend there's more than love that
lw01@lehigh.edu           matters. -e.s.
lehigh university         "the apathy of time laughs in my face
bethlehem, pa             you say each life has its place. -e.s.
    i           will            not         be              complacent

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date:         thu, 14 dec 1995 15:02:45 est
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subject:      re: ig travelling songs

travelling songs?

why, chickenman, of course. it's a road song, a road song, a road...hard song.
(the full soc version from april 1995 is best for bringing sheer joy to 16 or
18 minutes of your journey.)

folkisgruven,
lorindigo
*who is a die-hard chickenman kind of woman*
    i           will            not        be               complacent
lorinda wright           "learn to pretend there's more than love that
lw01@lehigh.edu           matters. -e.s.
lehigh university         "the apathy of time laughs in my face
bethlehem, pa             you say each life has its place. -e.s.
    i           will            not         be              complacent

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date:         thu, 14 dec 1995 15:06:37 -0500
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subject:      covers

>i also think they would sound cool on "heart of gold" by neil young.
>how about it???? love, katie :-)

i know this is probably heresy, but i'm kinda sick of them doing
bob dylan and neil young covers.

l

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oooooo i love this 'theory'!
interesting to think about.
--di

on wed, 13 dec 1995, lisa a. ross wrote:

> rebecca, thou art evil.  i know now that, in one of my previous lives, when i
> suffered through college, you were my professor.  in our next lives, i will be
> my own cat (reward, since i spoil my siamese terribly).  you will be my
> father's work truck (punishment:  he never washes it, leaves 10 coke cans in
> the floorboard, and hides his cigarettes behind the seat).  my theory, actually
> is that we live all our reincarnations simultaneously.  i am me, my cat, my
> parents, i.e. everyone around me, so that whatever i give, i receive.  think
> about it.
> rustyr
> trying to have all the fun and most of the good women
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subject:      who likes joni mitchell? (sigc)

hi --a few nights ago i had the opportunity to see joni mitchell perform on
jay leno.  i have heard her before and i just am not thrilled with her
stuff.  i know she is emily's major idol and inspiration and i guess i'm
trying to figure out what the big deal is.  sure everyone has different
tastes but i am curious to hear from other joni fans what they like about
her.  is it the songwriting and lyrics or is it the music?  i mean i like
ig for the lyrics, harmonies and music.  joni is just so..so...blah.  i
mean all her songs are like fare thee well--ya know major yawning.  so jm
fans, what's the attraction?

take care y'all

greg who's trying to expand his musical interests until the next new ig
album comes out in 97.

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date:         thu, 14 dec 1995 14:33:23 -0600
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subject:      melissaetheridge*and the fight thread
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hey....is this true?
i just heard that a friend of a friend of a friend of melissa etheridge's
that she heard about a break up between me and julie.  i just wanted to
ask if anyone else has heard this....?  and to add to the fight thread...
i'd put all my etheridge cds on amy winning.  and those cds are pretty
important to me...... do you think they might fight over whether or not
emily ever gave back amy's blue glasses??  *heehee*

torn up if me is alone,

jamie

        "i don't care, cause sometimes, i hear my voice and it's been
                        silent all these years"   -tori amos

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date:         thu, 14 dec 1995 11:44:20 -0800
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subject:      re: airplane
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i would disagree with the roches' role in airplane.  i would say they
added a lot to that song...i agree that lc is a better tune note for
note, but airplane is a lot gentler and a lot more musically pleasing to
me...jjst my thoughts.

--mike

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on thu, 14 dec 1995, jamie suthard wrote:

> hey....is this true?
> i just heard that a friend of a friend of a friend of melissa etheridge's
> that she heard about a break up between me and julie.  i just wanted to

a) what does this have to do with indigo girls?
b) what business is it of ours?

take it to the melissa list, please.

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subject:      nigc cats and senseless violence

i just got home from vacation, so y'all might have noticed that i've posted
serveral days' worth of responses in the last couple of hours. (i'm glad my
advisor's not here today so i can spend the day goofing off on email!)

on a far from humorous note:
on cnn this morning i heard that they caught the man they think is responsible
for the murder of the two lesbian activists in oregon. furthermore, they think
that it was not a hate crime. apparently, the guy had just murdered someone
else too, and he was trying to get money from them to flee the country, or
something to that effect. that's just the info i heard this morning, and i
don't know how accurate it is. (one should never trust the news.) anyway, i
thought i should post because when i heard this i was actually ever so
_slightly_ relieved because the crime was a random act of violence, rather
than a violent statement against a particular group of people. random violence
isn't exactly peachy, but i think it's slightly less scary than a person who
sets out to start a war against a specific group of people. ok, let's face it,
either way, i'm glad the bastard is going to jail.

and on a completely unrelated topic:
i'll volunteer to compile a survey of cat ownership among list members. my two
kids are at home watching it snow right now. (samantha and toby, sorry no ig
references, but i think the next beasty that comes into my home will get an ig
related name.)
so send your name, and the names of all your cats to me privately with an
appropriately informative subject line. my email address is down there,
*points down* i'll compile the info, and send a brief summary to the list when
the storm dies down.

folkisgruven,
lorindigo
    i           will            not        be               complacent
lorinda wright           "learn to pretend there's more than love that
lw01@lehigh.edu           matters. -e.s.
lehigh university         "the apathy of time laughs in my face
bethlehem, pa             you say each life has its place. -e.s.
    i           will            not         be              complacent

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uh...can i just clear this up?!  do you love the theory that i'm evil, or
the theory that we live all our reincarnations simultaneously?  just
wondering.....

rebecca.
aka devious witch

on thu, 14 dec 1995, dianne wrote:

> oooooo i love this 'theory'!
> interesting to think about.
> --di
>
> on wed, 13 dec 1995, lisa a. ross wrote:
>
> > rebecca, thou art evil.  i know now that, in one of my previous lives, when i
> > suffered through college, you were my professor.  in our next lives, i will be
> > my own cat (reward, since i spoil my siamese terribly).  you will be my
> > father's work truck (punishment:  he never washes it, leaves 10 coke cans in
> > the floorboard, and hides his cigarettes behind the seat).  my theory, actuall
> y
> > is that we live all our reincarnations simultaneously.  i am me, my cat, my
> > parents, i.e. everyone around me, so that whatever i give, i receive.  think
> > about it.
> > rustyr
> > trying to have all the fun and most of the good women
> >

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     punishment is that he sees the dawn before the rest of the world"
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well, i'm a joni mitchell fan.  i think it has a lot to do with it being
the music that i grew up with (no, i'm not that old, i remember my mum
listening to her).  i really feel that the music i grew up with has had a
big, big impact on my musical tastes.  apart from liking joni mitchell,
joan baez, bob dylan, pater, paul and mary....i think you get the
picture....the 'contemporary' music i listen to seems to represent a kind
of continuation of those artists' styles and talents.  the complex lyrics,
harmonies and musical simplicity of people like ig, dar williams, nanci
griffith, shawn colvin, wendy bucklew (again, i could go on, but you get the
idea) really do seem to attract me for that reason.

anyway, does that explain why i like joni mitchell?

not sure...

rebecca
(feeling a little less devious and witch-like than before)

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     punishment is that he sees the dawn before the rest of the world"
                                                        oscar wilde

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subject:      when will they tour?

hi all :)

for most of you i'm sure this will seem an insipid question, but as i'm
a new fan, i've wondered when the indigo girls may tour again?  i'veheard
that they were on tour for the longest time and are taking a break, but
since i've never seen them perform before it makes me a little antsy :/
does anyone know??? :)  thanks!

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subject:      re: the brawl to settle it all
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see, the tattoo thing with amy as lorinda brought up signifies her
biker/trucker side and emily's red hair is symnolic of the color of
blood, love, and passion.  see?  you could relate it to fighting.  amy
would still win tho, unless em's red-hair-passion just swept her into a
beserker rage.
        i've been chuckling about this for two days now and have been
thinking about the next move in fanclub merchandising.  you know those
cheap batman rock-em-sock-em toys with the two plastic guys in the middle
of the plasitic boxing ring and each side has two buttons that make the
batman and joker punch -- and the losing plastic guy's head pops up?
wouldn't that be cool to see an a&e rock-em-sock-em set?  sorry.  never
mind.  that's just plain ol' silly.  phil

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date:         thu, 14 dec 1995 16:42:14 -0500
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subject:      re: who likes joni mitchell? (sigc)
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to understand joni... try listening to the album hejira over and over
again... then i think you'll understand, at least a bit...

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subject:      re: the brawl to settle it all

i started this post as a private response to the whole "who would win a
fistfight" argument, but mid-post i realized that y'all might get a giggle out
of this one too. the point that was brought up was that emily may not win an
all out fight, but what do you think she'd do to retaliate against amy if she
lost?
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hmm, you bring up a good point. emily is so devious and clever with her
lyrics. could she be that way in revenge also? hmmm, one wonders...
she might:

* arrange for amy's microphone to broadcast her voice to sound like a chipmunk.
(picture alvin and the chipmunks singing, "welcome meeeeeeee, to the city of
angels!)

* arrange for all of amy's strings to break

* arrange for none of amy's strings to break. (takes away some of the fun of
land of canaan, don't you think?)

* put coffee in amy's tea.

* walk off stage mid-song to go to the bathroom, and leave amy to do the guitar
solo.

* tell the audience that amy had just agreed to do a solo set of romeo, blood
and fire, and squeaky, then walk off stage and let the audience deal with her
if she refused.

* glue both of amy's boots to the stage.

* sew up all the holes in amy's clothes.

* put the solo from "pushing" into "strange fire" to completely throw her off.

* secretly embroider "madonna is my hero" on the butt of amy's jeans.

anyone got anymore. this could be fun.

folkisgruven,
lorindigo

    i           will            not        be               complacent
lorinda wright           "learn to pretend there's more than love that
lw01@lehigh.edu           matters. -e.s.
lehigh university         "the apathy of time laughs in my face
bethlehem, pa             you say each life has its place. -e.s.
    i           will            not         be              complacent

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subject:      *info on erin musselwhite*

hey yall...anyone from georgia ever hear of an artist by the name of erin
musselwhite?  she is from athens, i believe, and she is incredible!!!  if
you have heard of her or know of anyplace to get a cd of hers or if
anyone knows a snail mail address for her, please drop me a line.  she is
on her own label...the erin musselwhite label.
shes awesome...i have no doubts that you all will love her so if you get
a chance, check her out!
later,
stephanie

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date:         thu, 14 dec 1995 14:39:20 -0800
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make amy sing lead on "midnight train to georgia" like
she really meant it.

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yeah, but what does emily's ahir color or amy's tattoo have do do with it??

giggling, mike

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i think the attraction to jm is that she was one of the first to do lots
of stuff in very weirded-out tunings, which i'm told is something emily
loves to do.  also the fact that she is able to put such colorful lyrics
into acoustic songs, something not too many people have been able to do
to the extent she has.  i agree her voice is a bit too bell-ish than i
like (give me amy any day!) but she's a pioneer...and makes me feel as if
i am in a dark coffeehouse, or a windswept plain, or a disco, or
wherever...shes just that good, poetically.

anyone else?

--mike

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okay okay okay.  enough of the fight stuff.  i just got to this list and
the first twenty messages i got from it were about the battel royal
between sailers and ray.  not the best welcome mat, guys...nothing
personal but i had to point this out.

still a bud,
mike

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that's kewl. i never thought of naming cats amy and emily. i have 4 cats,
the latest of which is named sisko - after ben sisko on ds9! :) my one
dog is named blinky, but if i ever got a pair of dogs, they would be
named sir simon and lady tessa.

cran

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on thu, 14 dec 1995, avital livny wrote:

> p.s.  and about the age thing - yes, i will admit to still being in high school.
> does that give me less of a right to be on the list?  i seem to get really
> offended when people trash my age group and blame us for starting threads.  i've
> kkinda been enjoying reading about "the brawl" but i think i would still enjoy
> it say, 10 years from now. :)

i'm in hs too. don't worry, you're not alone. :)

cran

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ok, my thoughts on airplane:

i think the roches do add to the song, this may sound corny but their
high voices really enhance the image of being 'high up'. overall it's a
good song but hard to sing along with (my voice won't go that high. :) )
i spent a lot of time in airplanes this summer going to spain and back
and i got that cd just the day before i left. cool coincidence. :)

cran

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two words "comfortably numb"

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i remember seeing amy and michelle malone do "wish you were here" at the
little five points pub reunion show five or so years back.  what a great
version...(hell, what a great show! does anyone have that on tape to trade?)

darren

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date:         thu, 14 dec 1995 19:21:57 est
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subject:      sorry for all of the trouble that i have caused... not!!!

wow, i guess things haven't changed much around here since i left.

here are my holiday wishes for those who need to get a sense of humor as well
as a clue.

to tracey:

thpft!!! and bah humbug! to your holiday spirit.  i wasn't presenting the idea
of a & e fighting as something that was a possible idea or as something i was
looking forward to.  it was a silly twist on the usual amy person vs emily
person thread.

to mat:

you are the last person who should be passing judgement around here regarding
offensive posts after some of the ignorant and tasteless things you have
offered up in the past.

to dianne:

how sexist can you possibly be?  are you saying that women don't ever get into
physical fights and have no interest whatsoever in the concept?  tell that to
the psychopath that i had to peel off of a friend of mine at the knitting
factory concert.  of all of the things that inspired me to submit the brawl
post, the least of which was the fact that i was a "guy".  i can honestly and
proudly say that i am one of the least "masculine", "guy-like", and
"testosterone-poisoned" men on the planet.  i like to believe that i am male
in biology and physiology alone.  you can fault me for a lot of things, but
being one of the "guys" (or "boys" as some people i know like to refer to me)
is not one of them.

and to the person who called me loopy:

well, you are absolutely right.


making one last mention of the brawl thread.  it was amy who said that i don't
wanna know was a "barroom brawl" kind of a song, and if anyone has ever seen
the trackside tavern in decatur, where a & e used to play, you know by the
looks of it that plenty of barroom brawls took place there.  now, i am not
saying that amy and/or emily ever started or caused one of these brawls, but i
would not be surprised if someone told me that they were involved in one of
them.  this is the last i will ever speak of a & e getting physically violent.
the case is closed and the referee's decision is... a draw.  end of story.


somebody recently mentioned their desire to hear a & e sing "rubber ducky".
that i have never heard, but i have heard them sing "itsy bitsy spider" twice.

once at george washington univ. in april of 1990 and the second time at the
garden state arts center in august of 1990.  after hearing it the first time
at gwu, i requested that they do it again at gsac, and amazingly enough, they
did it.  they're so wonderful.  how could i ever imagine them striking another
person in anger?  i guess i must be kind of loopy.


let it grow

bert

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subject:      my return to the theatre (nigc)

rutgers university is doing jesus christ superstar for their spring musical
this year, and i am thinking of auditioning for the part of caiphas.  i know
there are other rutgers students on the list, i would love to see all of you
at the auditions which will be in late january or early february of next year.
wish me luck.  with my singing voice, i am going to need it.


let it grow

bert

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i think i would have to be the fan who started listening to them the
earliest. i started listening when i was in eighth grade. what can i say?
i was hip in grammer school.

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subject:      boots and posters

o.k. my dorm room is looking gloomy with only one manet poster. can
anyone tell me where i could get an ig poster? also i'm on a rage for
finding bootlegs. i'll take anything. just mail me your address and i'll
send you a sase.  i want to start a large collection so i can be
materialistic and proove that i'm a bigger fan than everyone else (sarcasm).
any help would be more than groovy.
ben

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>  i think i would have to be the fan who started listening to them the
> earliest. i started listening when i was in eighth grade. what can i say?
> i was hip in grammer school.
>

not that i really want to compete on this fact, but i started listening
in 6th grade.  not only that, but my mom took me to see them at l5p pub
when i was much younger, tho i don't remember it...

darren

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bert "please let it grow" lefkovic writes:     :-)
>making one last mention of the brawl thread.  it was amy who said that
>i don't wanna know was a "barroom brawl" kind of a song, and if anyone
>has ever seen the trackside tavern in decatur, where a & e used to play,
>you know by the looks of it that plenty of barroom brawls took place there.

   i've been "rolling" since this brawl thread was first brought up.
it's the funiest thing i've read here in a long time. irony!
(where is i-girl when you need her?)  kudos to bert.
remember the famous i-girl post about emily and amy dolls as christmas
presents....
marketing can now bring back "rock *em*, sock *am* robots"  (tee heee!)

actually, there is a sort of connection between "i don't want
to know" and barroom brawls.  the recording of
"i don't wanna know" on the 1200 curfews disc was
recorded at one of the $10 tour shows at the birchmere (alexandria, va)
on april 9, 1993. (i was there, along with quite a few other listmembers.)
michelle malone had been the opening act.
when it comes time for ig to perform "i don't wanna know", emily and amy
invite michelle back on stage. as michelle fumbles around the sound
equipment and is reaching for a microphone, she accidentally
bonks herself in the head with the large microphone/stand.
<bonk!> walks right into it with her face. the audience sees this
and lets out a collective gasp. emily and amy hear the audience
reaction but they have no clue what happened. (on the tapes of the show,
you can hear the audience.) emily/amy respond "oh come on..."
they think the audience is reacting to something they said.
little do they know that michelle has nearly knocked herself
silly with a "left hook" from mr. microphone.

so, yes indeedy, "i don't wanna know" is definitely
a "barroom brawl" song!

beware of microphones.


- randy

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i think the best marketing stratagy would be to televise the brawl on pay per
view $40 bucks a pop.... mike tyson's a millionair 4 months after getting out
of jail...?

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subject:      re : airplane (again)

benjamin slavin writes...
i think i would have to be the fan who started listening to them the
earliest. i started listening when i was in eighth grade. what can i say?
i was hip in grammer school.

...eight grade here too bucko!!  :)

i guess we're all hip!  =)

avital
avital@lucy.cs.wisc.edu

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subject:      amy emailing for business

actually, kristina/tracey, i think amy is a goddess, and the fact that she's
using every business tool available, including e-mail, to help daemon and its
artists just proves my point.  amy has said in interviews, etc. that she wants
daemon to be about the music and not image and major-label fashion concerns.
then, it makes sense to use internet/online services to reach fans on a more
personal level than other mass-marketing tools.  i'd bet that before indigo
girlss had a record deal, while they were doing their own indie releases and
amy was skipping classes to put up posters for their gigs, if computer networks
had been more common, amy would've used them to promote indigo girls, too.
any more thoughts on this?  on email, etc. or amy being a goddess!
rustyr

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okay, lauree and lorinda, i have two cats:  christo-purr mousebreath and
tucker underfoot.  i expect much discussion about _this_.
rustyr

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rebecca, you are now off the hook.  lorinda is the evil one for thinking of
the ways in which emily might choose to get even with amy.  and if you think
about my theory that everyone lives all their reincarnations simultaneously,
that means amy and emily are really the same person, so which is being
rewarded and which punished in their relationship to each other?  dianne, i
expect you to take this and run with it!  (while i'm running from lorinda!
please don't send me walking, i have a bad back!!)
rustyr

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subject:      life during the reign of salam, princess of beer

what was life like during the time of salam, princess of beer?  (hic) i bet
(hic) it was _very_ (burp) fuzzy and dizzying and (hic) morning were rough.
rustyr

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on thu, 14 dec 1995, lisa a. ross wrote:

> rebecca, you are now off the hook.

phew! relief!

so, if we're the same person, why do we punish each
other/ourselves?  don't you think we'd have learnt by now?.......and why
am i talking to you/myself?  if i'm simultaneously being different people
does that explain why i get incredibly tired during finals?  am i being
you, or are you being me, or are we/am i just being?  how did i/we start
being?

hmm.

rebecca.
(who is pondering whether her/our quality of life would be any greater had
she/we never dabbled in philosophy).
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subject:      re: the brawl to settle it all

hey everyone....

i just wanna say...i'm glad bert's back, cuz i haven't seen anything
quite that funny in weeks & weeks.  a & e braining each other....yes,
i'm weird, but i think that's funny ... i mean, the thought, you guys,
c'mon.  the only thing funnier than bert's outright irony has got to
be lorinda's creative building on it....tower o'irony...

lorinda said:  if amy won the fight, emily should do this to get
even:

<<<<* walk off stage mid-song to go to the bathroom, and leave amy to
do the guitar
solo.

* tell the audience that amy had just agreed to do a solo set of
romeo, blood
and fire, and squeaky, then walk off stage and let the audience deal
with her
if she refused.

* glue both of amy's boots to the stage.>>>>

makes me glad to be a listmember again ...thanks ya'll

ps i'm off now to listen to the live version of "i don't wanna know"
to hear all the gory crowd noise re:  michelle bopping herself ....
guess i ought not laugh at that either

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subject:      covers ig oughta do / replacements

me again...it occurred to me...a couple of replacements songs would
be do-able...the first ones i remember hearing on the radio years
back (we had a cool radio station) were these:

"unsatisfied" - lots of potential here ... words "look me in the eye
and tell me that i'm satisfied, i'm so, i'm so, unsatisfied"...so
which ig is the more unsatisfied....on second thought nevermind...
idwk *either* (btw, why *couldn't* michelle malone whip 'em both? huh?
)

other one

"i will dare" ... good a & e potential here, huh, whaddya think?
really...gotta dust off my record.

....just went & took a quick look...um, er...there's this song called
"take me down hospital."  now, if a & e & mm ever got together in
their basement w/their guitars, amps & lotsa of beer (the beer'd be
for me, mine all mine), that's, um "that's where i need to gooo."


let it be

lorie d. (under the influence of 1/2 a budice)

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pn>        i've been chuckling about this for two days now and have been
pn>thinking about the next move in fanclub merchandising.  you know those
pn>cheap batman rock-em-sock-em toys with the two plastic guys in the middle
pn>of the plasitic boxing ring and each side has two buttons that make the
pn>batman and joker punch -- and the losing plastic guy's head pops up?
pn>wouldn't that be cool to see an a&e rock-em-sock-em set?  sorry.  never
pn>mind.  that's just plain ol' silly.  phil

boy am i glad i live alone!  if people hear the way i laugh at this
stuff they'd have me committed!
phil, i'll take two!

indigo/dianne/tuesday's child

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-------------< comments by indigo >--------------

i'd just like to say that i'm not in highschool and i think that the
brawl thread is incredibly amusing.  silly as hell, sure, but that's why
i like it.
if it doesn't appeal to your personal tastes, delete the messages and
let the rest of us "kids" have our fun.

indigo/dianne/tuesday's child

----------< end of comments by indigo >----------

on thu, 14 dec 1995, avital livny wrote:

> p.s.  and about the age thing - yes, i will admit to still being in high school.
> does that give me less of a right to be on the list?  i seem to get really
> offended when people trash my age group and blame us for starting threads.  i've
> kkinda been enjoying reading about "the brawl" but i think i would still enjoy
> it say, 10 years from now. :)

i'm in hs too. don't worry, you're not alone. :)

cran

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here's a whopping *belated* happy birthday to our fellow listmember,
christina!!!!!!  she's of voting age!!!!!!! :)))  hope you're still having
lots of fun......


(btw, i'm still collecting bdates, so if anyone else wants to be added, email
me privately, even if it's already passed...."thanks y'all ;)  )

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on fri, 15 dec 1995, jen thomsen wrote:

> -------------< comments by indigo >--------------
>
> i'd just like to say that i'm not in highschool and i think that the
> brawl thread is incredibly amusing.  silly as hell, sure, but that's why
> i like it.
> if it doesn't appeal to your personal tastes, delete the messages and
> let the rest of us "kids" have our fun.
>
> indigo/dianne/tuesday's child
>
> ----------< end of comments by indigo >----------
>
> on thu, 14 dec 1995, avital livny wrote:
>
> > p.s.  and about the age thing - yes, i will admit to still being in high school.
> > does that give me less of a right to be on the list?  i seem to get really
> > offended when people trash my age group and blame us for starting threads.  i've
> > kkinda been enjoying reading about "the brawl" but i think i would still enjoy
> > it say, 10 years from now. :)
>
> i'm in hs too. don't worry, you're not alone. :)
>
> cran
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this is weird. i never sent this message. well, i did make the comment
"i'm in hs too" but not with the "comments by indigo" and whatever. also
it gives the time in eastern time and i'm in mountain. weird. what happened?

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reply-to:     bonster@alaska.net
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from:         muncho lake <bonster@alaska.net>
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at 12:07 am 12/15/95 est, you wrote:
>me again...it occurred to me...a couple of replacements songs would
>be do-able...

how about "skyway"? certainly one of the more mellow replacements tunes.
also a  pretty good travelling song, especially for late-night driving.

-bon

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>snip>
>not to mention stupid and pointless.  i suppose since the median age
>on this list has dropped to something like 12.5, i should expect
>threads like this, but i do wish you guys would keep them to places
>where they're more appropriate (or at least make more since).  in
>fact, go find a comic books discussion ("hey, dood, which of the
x-men is the biggest badass?).
>snip>

i transcribed this from someone else's response since i had immediately
deleted it. i don't think it's stupid and pointless, everybody needs to
go loopy once in a while, and i'm sure nobody is actually hoping this
would happen(!). and what makes it so wrong for younger folks to sub to
this list? heck, we may be able to teach them something (each one teach one),
and help them to grow a little, both in their affinity for ig, music in
general, and life (bring me back down to earth!...not).

and btw, i'm 22, and i say that rogue is the baddest x-man!  ;)
avital, i get pretty paranoid about delurking too, sometimes my words don't
go through the intergalactic translator very well (avoiding smoking materials)

just one of the girls,
mindigo

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date:         fri, 15 dec 1995 22:52:19 +1100
reply-to:     petite piquet <piquet@geko.net.au>
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from:         petite piquet <piquet@geko.net.au>
subject:      anyone got tour dates for ani?

hi folks,

just a quick query, ani di franco's playing at least one confirmed (is
*is* confirmed right guys, or were you just making it up to bug me?
*grin*) here next month, and i was wondering if anyone had word on any
other dates around australia?

would, of course, love to go see her... but need to know where! :)

cheers'n take care all,
sherlyn

ps - i am my own cat, should i be worried? :)

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" allow me someday to touch you, the way that you've all touched me...
  i thank you for your expressions, your music has set me free... "
                        - happy rhodes, 'feed the fire'

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subject:      sigc : ani defranco, ferron et al

hello,

come out from lurking to ask a few questions of you guys on the list.  i keep
hearing about artists like ani defranco and ferron on this list and i wondered
if anyone could tell me what their music is like....i have a very eclectic taste
in music btw.  i recently got a copy of the mftm catalogue and there is a list
of cds available for both of these artists - any suggestions which are the best
??

also, (i'm probably asking for trouble....but..) are there any other artists you
would suggest ?

...this is the sigc bit - i have just realised (after reading the cover notes on
1200 curfews) that i don't know how the igs were formed or anything !!  please
can someone enlighten me ??

well, better get back to work.

gail

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i'm about to turn 30, and psyloche is my favorite x-men, although she hasn't
been anything since jim lee left marvel a few years back... gambit annoys
me...

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subject:      re: cat stats

     i have a maine coon cat named baxter-reid, after two state parks in
     maine.  hey, i couldn't decide, so i used both.

                                - carol, cap@infores.com

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reply-to:     "judith k. hunter" <jhunter@rtc.gov>
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from:         "judith k. hunter" <jhunter@rtc.gov>
subject:      more nigc-maxwell points

it appears an official form is needed to redeem your maxwell tape points
before the end of the year (since the promotion is scheduled to end then).
the person who posted the original notice suggests calling (use the number i
posted yesterday) to confirm this....

living on the edge....jude :)

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subject:      intro & silly ctf takeoff

hello,

        i've been lurking for a while, and finally decided it was time to do
the intro thing.  i'm a first year vet student up at cornell, went here for
my undergraduate work too.  my cat entry will be winging its way onward very
soon.  i first heard the ig on mtv, during high school, believe it or not.
all of the radio stations near me were dippy, so i didn't hear them again
until i got to college, and heard my roommate playing her ig tape.  since
then i've been hooked.  my crowning achievement was seeing them live twice
last year, once in rochester and once here on campus at barton hall (which
emily rightly called an aircraft hanger).  camping out for the cornell
concert was one of the best experiences i've had here.  stayed up half the
night singing with all of the other people in line (three people near me
showed up with guitars, it was really wonderful).  then, crawled into my
sleeping bag, got up the next morning, and bought my 2nd row tickets (which
were also truely wonderful).  my group did quite well after the concert- we
collected several picks and amy's water bottle :).
        anyways, i've also enclosed a version of closer to fine that a
freind wrote freshman year, which people trying to survive finals may find
amusing.  the 1st version was written after a rather nasty calculus problem
set, but i haven't been able to find a copy of it.  this one was written
while she was trying to get out of the engineering school.

        peace,
                karin


closer to fine  unoriginal version version 2.    by roo

i'm trying to tell you something 'bout this line
maybe give me insight between x & y
but the best thing this problem's done for me
is to help me take this class less seriously
it's only math after all ..... yeah.

but this major has a workload that's unbearable
and the semester's got no end that i can see!
i wrap my ignorance up in a blanket
i've sailed this ship of fools but now i've sank it
i won't study math no more!

chorus:

i went to the lecture
i went to the section
i looked to the textbook
but gave up on this question
there's more than one answer for this function
graphing me a crooked line
and the less time i spend looking at derivatives
closer i am to fine, yeah!


i met with my advisor from the faculty
and i told him engineering just was not for me
he looked at my math grades
and made a quick decision
he signed the transfer papers
and said with some derision
"you spent 2 years as an engineer to find that you belong in itd!"

chorus

i stopped by day hall at 3 pm
to turn in all my paperwork and finally make an end
to aching headache like my head against a board
engineering was a hell like none before -
a period of insanity!!!

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from:         "judith k. hunter" <jhunter@rtc.gov>
subject:      re: who likes joni mitchell? (sigc)

i love jm and you should hear the cd court and spark!  it has freeman in
paris on it which i always imagine that  em loves since she said at one
point:  i went all the way to paris...excetera...but really, this song is
legend--where the expression "stroking the star-maker machine" came from.

the whole cd is great!  also recently purchase hissing of summer lawns which
is very mellow but wonderful....

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subject:      x-men and cats

from: cindy katz
psylocke is pretty cool. unfortunately she's not doing too well right now
after her fight with sabretooth. but i have to agree with an earlier post..
rogue rules!!!
as far as cats go, i have 5.  tasha and k'ehleyr (yes, i like star trek :) )
isis, apogee and perigee.  none named after the girls (although perigee does
have *ig* in the middle of her name, hmmm.)

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subject:      re: who likes joni mitchell? (sigc)
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i'll throw in my infalted .02 ($2). one of the things i admire
about joni mitchell is her deep commitment to her own beliefs...she
wanted to work with charles mingus before he died and almost
sacrificed her career to do so...the result is the album mingus
which some like and some don't and many have never heard of because
at the time when it was done the record companies and distributors
weren't interested in stocking that sort of compilation...but if you
haven't heard the "dry cleaner from des moines" you'll never
understand what you missed....deb

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subject:      re: amy emailing for business
in-reply-to:  <01hytbt8nrbm985b7m@delphi.com>

on thu, 14 dec 1995, lisa a. ross wrote:

> then, it makes sense to use internet/online services to reach fans on a more
> personal level than other mass-marketing tools.  i'd bet that before indigo
> girlss had a record deal, while they were doing their own indie releases and
> amy was skipping classes to put up posters for their gigs, if computer networks
> had been more common, amy would've used them to promote indigo girls, too.

it's not using email to promote daemon records in and of itself that is
bothersome, it's that amy (in particular, although emily has expressed
similar concerns) has been rather disdainful of this and other electronic
forums as places for fans to congregate to discuss them and their music.
there are many artists out there who realize the value of the internet,
and appreciate having fans promote and discuss their music online. if
those artists then use the internet to market to their fans, that's one
thing. this is a different case.

kristina

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subject:      (nigc) goin' home

i'm goin' home in an hour or two.  hope to read from y'all in three
weeks!  i'll miss you!

anna

"to keep milk from turning sour: keep it in the cow."

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subject:      cover ideas/revenge/e-speaks

lauree shampine the other day suggested "layla" with eric clapton and "lola"
with the kinks as cover songs with national acts for the ig - great choices!
and
don't be too hard on the cat who suggested "walk this way" - it gave me a little
mental image of amy doing the steve tyler thing and it wasn't so bad <wg>.

and lorinda, you funny girl !  you certainly do know how to make lemons into
lemonaide, don't you?  i especially liked...

>* walk off stage mid-song to go to the bathroom, and leave amy to do the
    guitar solo

> * tell the audience that amy had just agreed to do a solo set of romeo, blood
     and fire, and squeaky, then walk off stage and let the audience deal with
her
     if she refused

i have not bothered to think of any more because i am sure i could not top
these.
you certainly put a smile back on my face.

tracey recently wondered aloud (you know what i mean) about the irony of amy
using e-mail for marketing purposes.  the same thought occured to me when i read

it, but i find it more amusing than sinister or capitalistic.  i'm hoping it
means that
she will become more at ease with the electronic environment and less fearful of

groups of people like this one.  i must add though, that i wholeheartedy agree
with kristina about several things, including her desire to "be judged a wacko
on my own merits, thank you very much. :)" it's nice to have goals.

lynn

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subject:      re: amy emailing for business

message-id: red-63-msg951215165000mtp[01.51.00]000000b1-40435

i'm with you, rusty.  we can't expect them to issue edicts that they
will stick to for the rest of time.  it's their right to change their
mind as they see fit.  it's entirely possible that they just weren't
aware of what a great tool the internet and e-mail can be.  we all have
reservations about that which we don't understand.  i see this as a
great move for amy.

on a related note, the implications of daemon records could lead to
great things.  being a huge fan of the recently departed grateful dead
(don't groan, yet), i saw how the group taking over their own recording
responsibilities and liberating themselves from the big record
companies really made a difference to their fans.  i know i'm jumping
the gun here but would't it be great if the indigo girls could have
their own record/marketing company?  does anyone know when their
current contract expires?  it would free themselves up to make many
decisions easier; officially allowing recording of concerts comes to
mind.  what a beautiful day for a daydream. . .

i see great parallels between the two bands.  their social activism,
poetry, and types of fans they draw are just a few.  they are the only
two bands that i find myself wanting to drop everything and follow for
7 days in a row.  it would be 7 months if i wasn't tied to this damned
computer 5 days a week.

you all might also want to be aware of another aspect of magic that the
indigo girls have, their fans.  i went to see the dead and will
continue to go see the indigo girls because i have always met nice
people and gotten positive feelings from their crowd.  seeing the both
of them play in autzen stadium in 93 will probably prove to be a
cherished event rarely matched again, if ever. :-)

peace-
ron

p.s.  this note is only intended as the sincerest form of flattery to
the girls.  in no way have i ever expect the dead to substitute for the
girls nor vice versa.  for me, they often carry a similar message but
in a different package.  each of which carry their own, individual,
unique merits.  i have "no need for anger with intimate strangers."

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subject:      re: x-men and cats
x-to:         ckatz@accdvm.accd.edu

well, wolverrine will probably kill sabertooth for what he did to psyloche...
and the only reason i prefer psyloch to rogue is the way rogue puts up with
that a*s gambit...

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reply-to:     "christopher m. becker" <cmbecker@space.mit.edu>
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from:         "christopher m. becker" <cmbecker@space.mit.edu>
subject:      (nigc) in the spirit of the hoildays....

disclaimer:  this is meant as pure clean fun, no hidden messages or
                offenses meant.  the "d" key is right over there ---->

that having been said, i hope you all laugh as hard as i did.
merry christmas, happy hanukkah, joyous solstice, and/or
have a wonderful second half of december. =)

                        -- chris

p.s.  if anyone is still keeping track, my birthday is 07/29/68.

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> is this as good as "he's a lumberjack and he's ok" ?  -tildy
>
>
> > walkin' round in women's underwear
> >     (to be sung to "walkin' in a winter wonderland")
> >
> > lacy things -- the wife is missin',
> > didn't ask -- her permission,
> > i'm wearin' her clothes,
> > her silk pantyhose,
> > walkin' 'round in women's underwear.
> >
> > in the store -- there's a teddy,
> > little straps -- like spaghetti,
> > it holds me so tight,
> > like handcuffs at night,
> > walkin' 'round in women's underwear.
> >
> > in the office there's a guy named melvin,
> > he pretends that i am murphy brown.
> > he'll say, "are you ready?"  i'll say,"whoa, man!"
> > "let's wait until our wives are out of town!"
> >
> > later on, if you wanna,
> > we can dress -- like madonna,
> > put on some eyeshade,
> > and join the parade,
> > walkin' 'round in women's underwear!
> >
> > lacy things... missin',
> > didn't ask... permission,
> > wearin' her clothes,
> > her silk pantyhose,
> > walkin' 'round in women's underwear,
> > walkin' 'round in women's underwear,
> > walkin' 'round in women's underwear!
>


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from:         matthew j smith <mts5@aber.ac.uk>
subject:      re: who likes joni mitchell? (sigc)
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>i'll throw in my infalted .02 ($2). one of the things i admire
>about joni mitchell is her deep commitment to her own beliefs...she
>wanted to work with charles mingus before he died and almost
>sacrificed her career to do so...the result is the album mingus
>which some like and some don't and many have never heard of because
>at the time when it was done the record companies and distributors
>weren't interested in stocking that sort of compilation...but if you
>haven't heard the "dry cleaner from des moines" you'll never
>understand what you missed....deb
>
i agree!   dcdm is one of the grooviest songs ever recorded!   but as for
the others, i prefer the live versions of goodbye pork pie hat and god must
be a boogie man (off shadows and light).   they've just got so much atmosphere.

mat
mts5@aber.ac.uk

   "[the priest] said that if you have to work for anyone, an
        absentee boss is best."
           - jeannette winterson, "the passion"

   "a man must make unpopular decisions,
    hit those nails on the head,
    and i respect a man who goes to where he wants to be
    even if he wants to be dead."
           - vic chesnutt, "florida" from west of rome

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subject:      re: who likes joni mitchell? i do i do! (sigc)
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in-reply-to:  your message of "thu, 14 dec 1995 14:24:01 cst."
              <v01530503acf636a08fd1@[129.105.9.195]>

hi greg, hi you all ...

>ig for the lyrics, harmonies and music.  joni is just so..so...blah.  i
>mean all her songs are like fare thee well--ya know major yawning.  so jm
>fans, what's the attraction?

well greg, first i have to say that i'd find the comparison to fare thee
well most flattering, myself.  but i digress...  not all of joni's stuff
is in that vein, to be sure.  i'd have to agree that court and spark
would be a good place to go to check out some really fun stuff you might
not have found yet.  i'm also particularly fond of night ride home, but
it's more of the slower, dark blue poingancy variety.

someone else also mentioned her album hejira-- the first cut, coyote,
goes is one of my favorite travelling songs... and is one that i always
put on my driving tapes, to be sure.

another of her songs that goes onto my travel tapes is 'refuge in the
road', also from that album.  it usually goes onto the end of the last
side, to kind of end on a moody/philosophical/appreciative note.  i like
it both for the feeling created by the pure music of her guitar and
voice and accompaniment (check out jaco pastorius' bass on this album,
and on this song in particular...) as well as for the beauty and music
of her lyric imagry.  i hope you and the rest of the list won't mind if
i share the words to this song... i don't know, i guess they just make
me appreciate getting away and getting and being home all at the same time.


>greg who's trying to expand his musical interests until the next new ig
>album comes out in 97.

here it is, hope you like it...
take care,
naz


refuge in the road

i met a friend of spirit
he drank and womanized
and i sat before his sanity
i was holding back from crying
he saw my complications
and he mirrored me back simplified
and we laughed how our perfection
would always be denied
"heart and humor and humility,"
he said "will lighten up your heavy load."
i left him then for the refuge of the roads

i fell in with some drifters
cast upon a beach town
winn dixie coldcuts and highway hand me downs
and i wound up fixing dinner
for them and boston jim
i well up with affection
thinking back down the roads to then
the nets were overflowing
in the gulf of mexico
they were overflowing in the refuge of the roads

there was spring along the ditches
there were good times in the cities
oh, radient happiness
it was all so light and easy
till i started analysing
and i brought on my old ways
a thunderhead of judgement
was gathering in my gaze
and it made most people nervous
they just didn't want to know
what i was seeing in the refuge of the roads

i pulled off into a forest
crickets clicking in the ferns
like a wheel of fortune
i heard my fate turn, turn, turn
and i went running down a white sand road
i was running like a white-assed deer
running to lose the blues
to the innocence in here
these are the clouds of michelangelo
muscular with gods and sungold
shine on your witness in the refuge of the roads.

in a highway service station
over the month of june
was a photograph of the earth
taken coming back from the moon
and you couldn't see a city
on that marbled bowling ball
or a forest or a highway
or me here least of all
you couldn't see these coldwater restrooms
or this baggage overload
westbound and rolling taking refuge in the roads

-joni mitchell

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date:         fri, 15 dec 1995 09:58:59 -0800
reply-to:     "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
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from:         "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
subject:      the sister ruby christmas collections

just got a call from perry at rdr.  a different distributor has
been foind to have copies of the vol 2 of the sister ruby
christmas collections so perry now has all 3 in stock for
any and all who are interested.


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pegasus@crl.com                /        when you're alone
                              /
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reply-to:     dory doering - faculty services coordinator <doryd@tourolaw.edu>
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from:         dory doering - faculty services coordinator <doryd@tourolaw.edu>
subject:      nigc - cats and need your advice

hi everyone - i have one cat.  her name is cody.  she's about 8 or 9.  i want
to get another.  actually, i want to get about six, but my husband doesn't like
cats, but he can probably tolerate another after i twist his arm a bit.
anyway, i need your advice on two matters.  the first one concerns my cat.
last year she had cancer - adeno carcinoma.  the vet removed a tumor from her
intestines and told me that it was malignant and that she could flare up again.
she was okay for a year, but i think it's come back again.  it's very invasive
and almost always results in death.  here's where i need your help.  do you
know of anyone's cat whose had this disease and survived?  if so, what did the
person do?  any advice would be great, especially if it involves holistic
medicine, but i'll take any help i can get.

the second one concerns women's folk music.  since i've been on this list, i've
seen a bunch of artists' names tossed around that i've never heard of - dar
williams, o'connell, dement, colvin, etc.  i'm always looking for new
artists/music and would like your opinion.  i'm looking for someone similiar to
the igs and nanci griffith - in that family.  not too jazzy or punkish.  what
do you recommend?

hope everyone's having a peaceful holiday season.

-dory

p.s.  i am so glad the bible thing died down.  for a minute there i wasn't sure
what i signed up for.  and if you are new to this list, you will have to remain
curious because i'm not rehashing it again.  ever!

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subject:      re: christmas tune
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i vote for o holy night.


amy c. g. scott
amyscott@iac.net
cincinnati, ohio
sah mom to benjamin balo (12 mos)

"adding up the total of a love that's true
multiply life by the power of two."
                                       indigo girls

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subject:      re: ?

actually, the girl who was holding up the "joking" sign is the girl who lives
across the hall from me's best friend.  does that make sense?  she has a
picture of it--there's blood all over the guitar and stuff because she lost
her pick very early on in the song, and was strumming so hard that her
fingers were bleeding.  anyway, it was funny because i was telling the girl
across the hall that i had read about that story on the internet, and she
told me it was her friend and showed me a picture.  yay!  she said it was an
amazing experience!!

court

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subject:      re: cats

well, i'm very pleased to see that so many ig fans are also cat people!  i
just knew the folks on this list had good taste! :)  as for me, i have one
cat named fuzzball - which started out as just a nickname, i meant to
eventually bestow a more *dignified* name on her....but when i got her she
was just a big black ball of fur with (golden) eyes......and she still is, so
the name kinda stuck!!  she loves to arrange herself in bizarre positions,
and she finds the funniest places to perch....so you see, she does have at
least one thing in common with ig.....that is, they both provide endless
hours of entertainment! :)
(not to mention lots of warm fuzzies!)

-connie

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subject:      rdr new year's bash update (fwd)

below is an updatd list of who will be expected at the rainy day
records new years jam.  if you are thinking of attending please
let perry know at 1-800-636-6166 or rainy@mindspring.com so
he can plan snacks etc accordingly.  happy holidays!

amy p.                          /       who holds your hand
pegasus@crl.com                /        when you're alone
                              /
the original photo monk      /                  --patty larkin


---------- forwarded message ----------
date: fri, 15 dec 1995 15:58:30 -0500
from: perry thompson <rainy@mindspring.com>
subject: rdr new year's bash update

hello friends,
rainy day records new year's eve list so far:

caroline aiken(ride the wood)   dave & rad    (millan & kenzie)
kodac harrison                  chris mcmahon (millan & kenzie)
madi    (cree)                  john bigay    (millan & kenzie)
rich wolsten    (cree)          steve dukes
marcie hemphill (cree)          sonia tetlow
david patterson (lift)          judy austin
cooper seay     (viva la diva)  adam dorfman
jan dykes       (viva la diva)  ashley filip
wayne glass     (viva la diva)  julie goldman
julie clark     (lift)          lydia brownfield
candi jiosne    (viva la diva)  uncle mark reynolds
steve dixon (reversing hour)    kim & kelly
mike poteet (reversing hour)    natalie farr
jeff norem  (reversing hour)    carol whitaker
brian webb  (old river road)    don conoscenti
kevin   (three lost souls)      shawn mullins
chris chandler                  dede vogt
beth brann  (dry county)        michelle penn (m. penn band)
bradley ashby                   elizabeth elkins
chris hayes                     linda bolley  (m. penn band)
dave dault      (feyerabend)    john frampton (m. penn band)
pierce pettis                   erin mussellwhite
keli mercadante (chief seattle) josh joplin
michael koepenich(chief seattle) cass kennedy
paul bonesteel  (chief seattle) al reingold
lara walton     (jen & lara)    rose robinson (!)
chris mcguire   (mfe)           jason marcum
queenie (whole damn band)       gary pfaff
dave webb(whole damn band)      angela motter
tamara bolden(whole damn band)  kristian bush (billy pilgrim)
mo      (ride the wood)         adrian devans
matthew kahler                  tommy thompson
jason nesmith                   mickey hendrix (radiant city)
paul melancon (radiant city)    robi lyle (radiant city)
luke mayes (alastor)            tim givens (old river road)
greg roth                       wendy bucklew (skin horse)
cooper tisdale (shade)          michael meredith (shade)

thanks for your support over the years!

peace,

perry

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subject:      re: christmas tune

o holy night has got my vote too.  =)

===emily

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well my friend who told me the story said she was standing next to her
at the show.  she said it was really cool because they weren't jealous.
it was too personal that they felt like it was all of them up there on
the stage.  not just that one girl.  i would love for that to happen at
show that i go to.  especially if it's me that gets picked.
sorry about you're friends hands.  that would be pretty horrible to
lose the pick and suffer tthe rest of the song.  ouch.
thanks for responding too.  have a great weekend all
===emily  =)

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subject:      new thread???

hi...i'm just forwarding this as requested by maggie!  :)
___________________
i'd like to add that, i too, have been listening to the girls since 8th
grade...along with the dead, the beatles, james taylor and cat
stevens....here's a new thread:  what was the first concert that you ever
went to and how old were you?  i was 13, in 7th grade, and my dad took me
to see the dead...what an experience....:)  how about eveyone else?
shine on,
maggie

                      ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
                      & "gonna be a long crawl *   maggie e. poulos    &
                      &    a high climb *     me_poulos@acad.fandm.edu &
                      &  through this soul of mine * bkrbkr@aol.com    &
                      &  and if i have to learn *                      &
                      &   to live again, *              *              &
                      &        i'll shed my skin *    ~m&f~            &
                      &    start all over again" *      *corroboree*   &
$$$$hhhh      &              -michelle malone                  &
                      ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

_________________

i answered that i infortunately missed the girls twice when they stopped by here
before i finally saw them opening the hte tour in may of this year.  it was
worth the wait - i promise!  :)

avital
avital@lucy.cs.wisc.edu

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subject:      daemon records mailing, amy & email, etc.
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hello all, i checked on who all received the daemon records mailing, and
it appears to have only been sent to those who signed up for their
mailing list.  i beg the indulgence of anyone who's already seen this
(sorry connie |]), for the benefit of those who haven't, i'm forwarding
it to the list.


also, i take full responsibility for the cross-post, so please don't be
upset with mellie or monsterbit.  it just seemed to have enough igc to
merit getting the info to everyone, and with the requests i've had for
the posting since i mentioned it i decided to take the easy way out.
(we also received a post from amy on the origins & purpose of daemon
records as well as a listing of the artists & albums available...  i
promise i won't keep cross-posting everything, i promise, though i may
post owner-amy's post and artist list.  at least i shouldn't have to put
nigc in the topic.)

as far as amy getting on the net, i would be the first to welcome her!
(though i'm sure i'd have to stand in line.)  i understand her past
apprehension of the medium (the combination of anonymity and intimacy
can be much less than inviting) and just cheer her on in not letting the
past prevent her from discovering another medium for her genius and
heart and ca.  she's just discovered another outlet for championing ing the
kind of music that the world that might never hear otherwise.

thanks, amy, if you're listening, and welcome!

take care,
naz, who thinks jude hit it on the head in that it might not be a bad
idea to ask if amy or emily were lurking here now, what would think of
how we treat one another in our posts...  (i *think* they'd like the cat
names (mine are jennifer and sir toby... the barn kitties haven't all
told me theirs yet...))

p.s.  i found the idea of a & e in a brawl so ludicrous that i couldn't
help being amused in spite of myself... kind of like imagining jesus &
buddah leg wrestling.  of course, then they'd hug & go out for some
indigo swirl ice cream...

happy holidays yall!

anyway, without further adieu:

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more). so stay tuned. thanks!
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here is a note from amy......

the magic of computers and monsterbit is giving daemon a chance to
provide some of its supporters with holiday give ideas. not being the
overly ambitious marketer i failed to get the newsletter out in time--
but nevermind-- now we have e-mail. get your orders in and we will
process them in a jiffy. all our little solstice elves are waiting
eagerly...and hold onto your snow boots-- the real newsletter with
beautiful graphics will be at your door soon. and...if you're a surfer
the web site will be up in jan/feb...it's an exciting time for
technoheads everywhere. thanks a lot all you beasts. peace. amy
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okay...very first concert ever?  i was four, and my parents and aunt too
me to see joan baez at stanford.  i don't remember a whole lot about it
except it was a very sunny day and my aunt started crying when joan
played "diamonds and rust."  i think it was a meaningful song to my uncle
ron, who died about a year before that.

got started early on the acoustic habit, i guess...

--mike

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from:         sue harney <sharney@smith.smith.edu>
subject:      concert

well, the first concert i ever went to, and all of the subsequent ones after
that until eighth grade were classical, opera, etc.  but, when i was in eighth
grade, i was training for gymnastics in houston, tx.  we were given a night
off, and it happened to be a night that ig was in town.  my friend jennie and
i told her parents we were going to a movie, and actually snuck off to the
concert!  what a way to start going to concerts!!!!!  just to plug a great
concert, i recently heard tracy chapman in concert, and she was phenomenal!
if you have the chance to see her, go!!!
-sue

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on fri, 15 dec 1995, karin colby wilson wrote:

> closer to fine  unoriginal version version 2.    by roo
>

hey, that's pretty good. :) maybe we should compile all the "unofficial"
versions of ig songs (like school falls :) ) and put them on the web site.

cran

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this has nothing to do with the message but i have to say i laughed when
i saw the subject line - amy & emaily? :)

cran :)

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i must have had a deprived childhood - i've never been to any concert,
well besides the fine arts festival at school a couple years ago when i
sang with the choir. :) i've never been to a concert of someone even
remotely famous.

cran

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oh, jonnnn?  'bout that shirt. . . . did you get the check yet?  should i
start _seriously_ hassling the postperson?  i'm getting antsy!
rustyr

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hey, cran!  didja not get my last message?  i wanted to talk games some more!
rustyr

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date:         sat, 16 dec 1995 00:38:15 -0500
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from:         "lisa a. ross" <rustyr@delphi.com>
subject:      walkin'

lorinda . . . those are things i'd _never_ say!  we won't go into my reactions
(physical or other) over amy's voice.  i can't even _tune_my_guitar_ as
well as emily does.  as for amy's version of "romeo and juliet," see above,
under "reactions to amy's voice."
rustyr

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date:         sat, 16 dec 1995 00:38:22 -0500
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from:         "lisa a. ross" <rustyr@delphi.com>
subject:      incarnations

okay, rebecca.  here goes:  say i start as an okay person, but do something
for which i deserve some punishment, say, run over a dog on the highway.
when i "pass from this life," i'll be that dog i've hit.  so i get what i give.
now, say in addition if the me that is the dog does something really good,
like save someone's life, his/my reward might be to be my siamese, tucker
underfoot, and be spoiled rotten.  (he weighs 15lbs, loves to chew computer
cords, and is addicted to chee-tos).  but, since he's a bit of a brat (he's
cost me about $250 in munched cords), he is my punishment for something else.
can you tell that recently, for some reason which i _cannot_ remember now,
i decided to fill a gap in my education by reading a series of books on
the history of philosophy.  this is obviously my punishment for something.
as your reward for something, i'm tellin' ya, don't even try to read these
books.  the original philosophies, in greek, could not be more difficult to
understand than this guy's history of them.  i survived getting a degree in
chemistry (which, i've found, some people consider _way_ hard), and i cannot
figure out what plato really said and what aristotle thought about it.
now that i have walked into the quicksand of philosophical _hell_, does
someone else wanna try?
rustyr

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date:         sat, 16 dec 1995 00:38:29 -0500
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from:         "lisa a. ross" <rustyr@delphi.com>
subject:      amy and emily and emaily

as if the other posts weren't enough, i'm gonna continue the ig and computers
idea (obviously, i have _nothing_ to do on a friday night).  i see what y'all
are saying about them being cautious towards computer discussion groups.  the
very fact that they are, at some level, completely anonymous meetings, means
such forums have the potential for abuse, such as discussions about a and e's
personal lives.  if i were either of them (here i am _obviously_ dreaming),
i would feel weird knowing that a bunch of people were talking about me, in
any way:  personal life, hair-length, clothing, and music.  think about it.
before any of us started on this list, what did we think we would be discussing
on it, and since we've joined, what do we discuss.  yes, we are all fans, but
how does that translate into actual topics?  which songs we like more or less
than others.  what _are_ those chords they're playin'?  where did this or
that lyric originate?  probably, they wonder exactly what we could think of
to discuss daily.  i think it might make them nervous to think that a group
of people existed who come together electronically with probably the only
thing they have in common being their music.  it must be an odd feeling.
what say all of you?
rustyr

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date:         sat, 16 dec 1995 00:26:11 -0500
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subject:      the brawl to settle it all

ok ... what else would em do to retaliate ?????

when they're performing chickenman ... em walks up to the mike and starts
telling another story - like about her boyfriend danny from elementary school
-- and confuse amy ....

or just stop singing totally during a song and see how long it takes amy (in
one of her intense moments) to realize she's singing solo ...

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from:         padraic buckmaster <newgrssss@aol.com>
subject:      re: concert
x-to:         sharney@smith.smith.edu

my first convert (so i hear) was the doors at the spectrum in philly (i just
got back from there 2night:phish:)... i don't remember it, i was 4 or 5,
still have the ticket stubb... the first show of my choise was the dead at
age 12., 1977 raceway park, englishtown nj...

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date:         fri, 15 dec 1995 22:41:41 -0700
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from:         "teresa c. esguerra" <sac83826@saclink1.csus.edu>
subject:      re: covers
x-to:         benjamin slavin <verdi@imap2.asu.edu>
in-reply-to:  <pine.sol.3.91.951214171208.11840a-100000@email1>

on thu, 14 dec 1995, benjamin slavin wrote:

>  two words "comfortably numb"
        we have a winner.

        damnit ben, you've got my imagination just rolling!

drunk with the thought of ig and numbness,
teri

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subject:      re: who likes joni mitchell? (sigc)
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howdee,
        "blue" is my favorite, even before i heard/knew that emily
covered "river".  which gets me thinking...i think em would sound great
on "all i want".

        another cover i'd like ig do comes from a little fantasy of
mine.  i was sitting in my oceanography class, daydreaming, and
fantasizing about being on stage with amy and emily, guitar in hand and
mic in front of me.  and for some strange reason, i imagined us doing "a
little help from my friends", like the raunchy joe cocker version.  and i
really think that emily and (esp.) amy could tear that song apart.
        "comfortably numb" still sounds ultra-cool, however.

feeliing like a rotted strawberry,
teri

save a cow, milk your mom!!!
                (quote from my bud, randall johnson)

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date:         sat, 16 dec 1995 07:16:30 gmt
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subject:      re: new thread???

>here's a new thread:  what was the first concert that you ever
>went to and how old were you?

it was a hot summer in cleveland, there was an all day concert right
on the lake, i was 12 and the only act i can remember: poco harem.
showing my age, eh?
toni
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date:         sat, 16 dec 1995 15:58:08 +0800
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subject:      re: new thread?
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it's saturday afternoon; was just plain bored then i saw this. two years
ago sting came and had a concert in taipei when i was 17. won two tickets
from the radio station. that was my first concert ever, and probably the
best so far...because i missed rem this january. and what tori amos did
wasn't really a concert.

> >here's a new thread:  what was the first concert that you ever
> >went to and how old were you?
>

gavin

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date:         sat, 16 dec 1995 09:36:12 pst
reply-to:     monique barbanson <mhb@entelechy.com>
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from:         monique barbanson <mhb@entelechy.com>
subject:      nigc: go-head sighted in london.

hi folks,

i'm leaving tuesday morning for a three week break in europe. i'm planning
on spending about a week in london (last week of december or first week of
january).
i'm writing to get recommendations from all of you knowledgeable people
about good places to stay (not too expensive, not in the rough part of
town), and cool places to get coffee (or tea if necessary) or listen to
live music. are there any lesbian or vegetarian places that you hip people
recommend?

thanks for the info,

monique
ps: if you live in london and want to get together to talk ig, play some
tunes or just get dinner, let me know.

mhb@entelechy.com

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date:         sat, 16 dec 1995 15:31:38 -0500
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from:         "lisa a. ross" <rustyr@delphi.com>
subject:      "personal" messages

forgive me oh arbiters of what to say.  i was under the impression that as a
_discussion_group_, this was an area in which we could discuss things as
offshoots of ig topics, such as reincarnation, how they might feel about
computers/email, and cats name, and that these things could be brought up, on
the list so that other members could join the discusson.
rustyr

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date:         sat, 16 dec 1995 16:44:10 -0500
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subject:      fwd: project (fwd)

this message has been forwarded many times...i think it to be an interesting
project...so i forwarded it to the list.  you'll see what it is about......
---------------------
forwarded message:
from:   bong@commline.com (the depeche mode mailing list)
sender: bong-owner@commline.com
reply-to:       flood@iag.net (ben del vento)
to:     bong@pimpf.commline.com
date: 95-12-16 12:20:56 est

>return-path: <nstrait@freenet.grfn.org>
>x-sender: nstrait@198.110.81.2
>date: sat, 16 dec 1995 11:40:57 -0600
>to: royfus@netwalk.com
>from: nstrait@freenet.grfn.org (nathan strait)
>subject: re: fwd: project (fwd)
>cc: pkretsch@p.imap.itd.umich.edu, flood@iag.net, kubek_a@cc.denison.edu,
>        agage@us.itd.umich.edu, kenagya@ucs.orst.edu,
>        ignatiea@gusun.acc.georgetown.edu, aspeck54@calvin.edu,
arvon@ari.net,
>        cjlin@mit.edu, mou_goo@freenet.grfn.org, s336804@student.uq.edu.au,
>        nevroe@freenet.grfn.org, dlundeen@umich.edu,
>        faust@m68.leon.leon.k12.fl.us, lucretia@pmc.grand-rapids.mi.us,
>        jlagatta@students.wisc.edu, lind@ils.nwu.edu, padark@umich.edu,
>        ssheli1@freenet.grfn.org, wjpestle@umich.edu, lightwind@aol.com,
>        dabellgirl@aol.com
>
>>date: sat, 16 dec 1995 10:50:17 -0500
>>x-sender: grassman@grfn.org
>>mime-version: 1.0
>>to: nstrait@grfn.org
>>from: mike grass <grassman@grfn.org>
>>subject: re: fwd: project (fwd)
>>
>>>to: sheri@freenet.grfn.org (sheri j. rosen)
>>>from: mike grass <grassman@grfn.org>
>>>subject: re: fwd: project (fwd)
>>>
>>>at 08:04 am 12/14/95 -0500, you wrote:
>>>>>date: wed, 13 dec 1995 19:30:00 -0500
>>>>>from: jodieak@aol.com
>>>>>to: sheri@freenet.grfn.org
>>>>>subject: fwd: project (fwd)
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>---------------------
>>>>>forwarded message:
>>>>>from:   yellinj@umich.edu (jennifer gayle yellin)
>>>>>to:     dmalley@u.arizona.edu (friends - e-mail addresses),
>>>>>jazmin@engin.umich.edu, kardo1@aol.com, lazard@bigdog.engr.arizona.edu,
>>>>>sabileah@umich.edu (shahaf abileah), sskess@mit.edu,
winnickj@pilot.msu.edu,
>>>>>yama@umich.edu, zamlerla@pilot.msu.edu
>>>>>cc:     678abrams@wmich.edu, alstarr@umich.edu, jodieak@aol.com,
>>>>>leahcm@umich.edu
>>>>>date: 95-12-12 00:17:13 est
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>---------- forwarded message ----------
>>>>>date: mon, 11 dec 1995 19:05:10 -0500 (est)
>>>>>from: julie y winnick <winnickj@pilot.msu.edu>
>>>>>to: jennifer yellin <yellinj@umich.edu>
>>>>>subject: project (fwd)
>>>>>
>>>>>forwarded message:
>>>>>>from fingeroo mon dec 11 18:18:22 1995
>>>>>message-id: <199512112307.saa67490@pilot07.cl.msu.edu>
>>>>>subject: project (fwd)
>>>>>to: goldst17 (dan e goldstein), hendri37 (steven foster hendricks),
>>>>>        megaliz1 (jenna e megalizzi), brenna14 (randy jay brennan),
>>>>>        halstedb (brian charles halsted), kaczand2 (eric joseph
kaczander),
>>>>>        ehrinpre (jeffrey l ehrinpreis), downerda (dane clinton downer),
>>>>>        weinste6 (liza jenifer weinstein), krupkina (adam todd krupkin),
>>>>>        nugentwi (william lee nugent jr), clarkcou (courtney a clark),
>>>>>        seidmanj (jennifer alanna seidman), megalizz (jason b
megalizzi),
>>>>>        winnickj (julie y winnick), frumkinr (rachel m frumkin),
>>>>>        corbinch (christopher d corbin), paalmanc (chad richard
paalman),
>>>>>        francogr (gregory edward franco),
dmirkin@joust.rs.itd.umich.edu,
>>>>>        mergenti@engin.umich.edu, jstoffer@centipede.rs.itd.umich.edu,
>>>>>        srhoads@indiana.edu, loeffl12 (kelly christen loeffler),
>>>>>        prussmar (maria e pruss), wollenwe (bryan r wollenweber),
>>>>>        cohenlin (lindsay erin cohen), rinejeff (jeffrie m rine),
>>>>>        kssuther@acs.ucalgary.ca
>>>>>date: mon, 11 dec 1995 18:07:26 -0500 (est)
>>>>>from: "bryan neil fingeroot" <fingeroo@pilot.msu.edu>
>>>>>x-mailer: elm [version 2.4 pl24]
>>>>>content-type: text/plain
>>>>>content-length: 11158
>>>>>
>>>>>forwarded message:
>>>>>>from cohenlin mon dec 11 17:20:38 1995
>>>>>message-id: <199512112220.raa48864@pilot03.cl.msu.edu>
>>>>>subject: project (fwd)
>>>>>to: halstedb@pilot.msu.edu (brian halsted),
>>>>>        fingeroo@pilot.msu.edu (bryan fingeroot),
>>>>>        allisond@pilot.msu.edu (dylan allison),
>>>>>        murbachm@pilot.msu.edu (matthew murbach),
>>>>>        kochemil@pilot.msu.edu (emily koch), redmond3 (jennifer
redmond),
>>>>>        mtns63a@prodigy.com (julie ziegler), marxjuli (julie marx),
>>>>>        lovinger@pilot.msu.edu (stephanie lovinger),
>>>>>        stefanie99@aol.com (stefanie cohen), joey111@aol.com (joseph
blau),
>>>>>        klpaull@aol.com (kristie paull),
>>>>>        steve120@pilot.msu.edu (fredric stevens), dorfmans (sharon
dorfman)
>>>>>date: mon, 11 dec 1995 17:20:30 -0500 (est)
>>>>>from: "lindsay erin cohen" <cohenlin@pilot.msu.edu>
>>>>>x-mailer: elm [version 2.4 pl24]
>>>>>content-type: text/plain
>>>>>content-length: 9908
>>>>>
>>>>>forwarded message:
>>>>>>from sumnerse mon dec 11 13:17:29 1995
>>>>>message-id: <199512111817.naa12004@pilot01.cl.msu.edu>
>>>>>subject: project (fwd)
>>>>>to: cohenlin@pilot.msu.edu (lindsay cohen),
>>>>>        mccaughr@pilot.msu.edu (brooke mccaughrin),
>>>>>        welshme1@pilot.msu.edu (meghan welsh),
>>>>>        wagarsar@pilot.msu.edu (wagar sarah),
>>>>>        dudleyke@pilot.msu.edu (kelly dudley),
>>>>>        diciccoc@pilot.msu.edu (christopher dicicco)
>>>>>date: mon, 11 dec 1995 13:17:18 -0500 (est)
>>>>>from: "erin michelle sumners" <sumnerse@pilot.msu.edu>
>>>>>x-mailer: elm [version 2.4 pl24]
>>>>>content-type: text/plain
>>>>>content-length: 9296
>>>>>
>>>>>forwarded message:
>>>>>>from curfmanr mon dec 11 13:14:39 1995
>>>>>message-id: <199512111814.naa49387@pilot01.cl.msu.edu>
>>>>>subject: project (fwd)
>>>>>to: plachkoc (carrie ann plachko), eschelsh (hillary margaret eschels),
>>>>>        sumnerse (erin michelle sumners), careymeg (megan margaret
carey),
>>>>>        owensmeg (megan katherine owens), curfmas@miavx1.muohio.edu,
>>>>>        batemanm (melissa a bateman)
>>>>>date: mon, 11 dec 1995 13:14:30 -0500 (est)
>>>>>from: "rachel elizabeth curfman" <curfmanr@pilot.msu.edu>
>>>>>x-mailer: elm [version 2.4 pl24]
>>>>>content-type: text/plain
>>>>>content-length: 8717
>>>>>
>>>>>forwarded message:
>>>>>>from patter87 mon dec 11 13:10:48 1995
>>>>>message-id: <199512111810.naa48897@pilot03.cl.msu.edu>
>>>>>subject: project (fwd)
>>>>>to: curfmanr (rachel elizabeth curfman), reizenj, parksch2 (chris p
parks),
>>>>>        mccaulwe (wendy m mccaul), blockmic (michelle lynn block)
>>>>>date: mon, 11 dec 1995 13:10:42 -0500 (est)
>>>>>from: "katherine j patterson" <patter87@pilot.msu.edu>
>>>>>x-mailer: elm [version 2.4 pl24]
>>>>>content-type: text/plain
>>>>>content-length: 8253
>>>>>
>>>>>forwarded message:
>>>>>> from scparker@hopper.unh.edu mon dec 11 12:52:45 1995
>>>>>> date: mon, 11 dec 1995 12:52:41 -0500 (est)
>>>>>> from: sarah cathlin parker <scparker@hopper.unh.edu>
>>>>>> to: patter87@pilot.msu.edu, lindsay@u.arizona.edu
>>>>>> subject: project (fwd)
>>>>>> message-id: <pine.osf.3.91a.951211125145.25608a-100000@hopper.unh.edu>
>>>>>> mime-version: 1.0
>>>>>> content-type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> ---------- forwarded message ----------
>>>>>> date: mon, 11 dec 1995 12:39:11 -0500 (est)
>>>>>> from: jennifer ann stevenson <jas5@hopper.unh.edu>
>>>>>> to: sarah cathlin parker <scparker@hopper.unh.edu>,
>>>>>>     caroline roseanna beaulieu <crb1@hopper.unh.edu>,
>>>>>>     dnorman@magnum.dwc.edu, wminot@night.vtc.vsc.edu,
>>>>>>     housekimba@po11.quinnipiac.edu,
>>>>>>     chatham eliegha flynn <ceflynn@hopper.unh.edu>,
>>>>>>     beth a wozny <bawozny@hopper.unh.edu>
>>>>>> subject: project (fwd)
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> ---------- forwarded message ----------
>>>>>> date: mon, 11 dec 1995 11:47:49 -0500
>>>>>> from: courtney estill <cestill@itsmail1.hamilton.edu>
>>>>>> to: jas5@hopper.unh.edu, eserapig@itsmail1.hamilton.edu,
>>>>>>     alcooley@itsmail1.hamilton.edu
>>>>>> subject: project (fwd)
>>>>>>
>>>>>> >date: mon, 11 dec 1995 00:04:07 -0600 (cst)
>>>>>> >from: vanessa a moore <moorev@stolaf.edu>
>>>>>> >x-sender: moorev@inga2.acc.stolaf.edu
>>>>>> >to: mary elizabeth chapman <00201863@bigred.unl.edu>, chelsea
picknell
>>>>>> ><picknellc@hartwick.edu>, robert fagnant <rfagnant@christa.unh.edu>,
>>>>>courtney
>>>>>
>>>>>> >estill <cestill@itsmail1.hamilton.edu>, chelsea picknell
>>>>>> ><picknellc@hartwick.edu>
>>>>>> >subject: project (fwd)
>>>>>> >content-type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> >---------- forwarded message ----------
>>>>>> >date: sun, 10 dec 1995 14:02:25 -0600 (cst)
>>>>>> >from: katherine h henz <henz@stolaf.edu>
>>>>>> >to: the gang -- alex <deana@stolaf.edu>, jeremy <haugj@stolaf.edu>,
>>>>>> >    jill <shearer@stolaf.edu>, kim <keller@stolaf.edu>,
>>>>>> >    pete <rydbergp@stolaf.edu>, rach <iversonr@stolaf.edu>,
>>>>>> >    sarah <bober@stolaf.edu>, straight edge <cdean6@aol.com>
>>>>>> >cc: amy <mobergas@stolaf.edu>, chuck <andersck@stolaf.edu>,
>>>>>> >    vanessa a moore <moorev@stolaf.edu>,
>>>>>> >    peter k nekola <nekolap@stolaf.edu>,
>>>>>> >    sean c domachowski <domachow@stolaf.edu>,
>>>>>> >    amy l moberly <moberlya@stolaf.edu>,
>>>>>> >    shannon m klegin <klegin@stolaf.edu>,
>>>>>> >    carrie a goffin <goffin@stolaf.edu>,
>>>>>> >    laura c worthley <worthley@stolaf.edu>,
>>>>>> >    2nd hill babes -- alesia <larsona@stolaf.edu>, ann
>>>>><fandrey@stolaf.edu>,
>>>>>> >    april <snow@stolaf.edu>, becky <gravrock@stolaf.edu>,
>>>>>> >    bekah <sieglerr@stolaf.edu>, claire <gerber@stolaf.edu>,
>>>>>> >    emily <coates@stolaf.edu>, kara <dirkson@stolaf.edu>,
>>>>>> >    karen <toennies@stolaf.edu>, kate <reilly@stolaf.edu>,
>>>>>> >    katie <omealy@stolaf.edu>, lindsay <bakerl@stolaf.edu>,
>>>>>> >    melanie <nyhof@stolaf.edu>, rachel <thureen@stolaf.edu>,
>>>>>> >    sarah <kellers@stolaf.edu>, sarah <knox@stolaf.edu>,
>>>>>> >    sheri <hove@stolaf.edu>, theresa <ferries@stolaf.edu>,
>>>>>> >    trace <jacobson@stolaf.edu>, wendy <kuehlg@stolaf.edu>
>>>>>> >subject: project (fwd)
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> >---------- forwarded message ----------
>>>>>> >date: sun, 10 dec 95 12:55:59 +2000
>>>>>> >from: whale-crazy woman! <nande737@macsrv1.uwsp.edu>
>>>>>> >to: jlp015@acad.drake.edu, williamr@martin.luther.edu,
>>>>>> >    rebecca_s_anderson@post.uwlax.edu, henz@stolaf.edu,
>>>>>> >    wlnelson@rex.mnsmc.edu, angela.n.honold@uwrf.edu
>>>>>> >cc: keslick@mindspring.com
>>>>>> >subject: project
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> >date: sun, 10 dec 1995 12:46:59 -0500 (cdt)
>>>>>> >from: april hauck <arh005@acad.drake.edu>
>>>>>> >subject: project
>>>>>> >to: bakere@coral.indstate.edu, jake:;, nande737@macsrv1.uwsp.edu
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> >date: sun, 10 dec 1995 11:38:26 cdt
>>>>>> >from: rrm005%acad@acad.drake.edu
>>>>>> >subject: aids
>>>>>> >to: arh005@acad.drake.edu
>>>>>> >x-vms-to: arh005
>>>>>> >x-vms-cc:
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> >from:   in%"mma004@acad.drake.edu" 10-dec-1995 00:56:04.63
>>>>>> >to:     in%"pdcpsi-l@acad.drake.edu"
>>>>>> >cc:
>>>>>> >subj:   aids project...
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> >return-path: <pdcpsi-l-error@acad.drake.edu>
>>>>>> >received: from acad.drake.edu by acad.drake.edu (pmdf v5.0-4 #11108)
>>>>>> > id <01hymgnh352a008rla@acad.drake.edu> for
>>>>>pdcpsi-l-expand@acad.drake.edu;
>>>>>> > sun, 10 dec 1995 00:55:21 -0500 (cdt)
>>>>>> >received: from acad.drake.edu by acad.drake.edu (pmdf v5.0-4 #11108)
>>>>>> > id <01hymgfcobz4008pk9@acad.drake.edu> for pdcpsi-l@acad.drake.edu;
sun,
>>>>>> > 10 dec 1995 00:55:13 -0500 (cdt)
>>>>>> >date: sun, 10 dec 1995 00:55:13 -0500 (cdt)
>>>>>> >from: mma004@acad.drake.edu
>>>>>> >subject: aids project...
>>>>>> >to: pdcpsi-l@acad.drake.edu
>>>>>> >errors-to: pdcpsi-l-error@acad.drake.edu
>>>>>> >resent-message-id: <01hymgnh352c008rla@acad.drake.edu>
>>>>>> >message-id: <01hymgl1wbdu008pk9@acad.drake.edu>
>>>>>> >x-vms-to: in%"pdcpsi-l@acad.drake.edu"
>>>>>> >mime-version: 1.0
>>>>>> >content-type: message/rfc822
>>>>>> >content-transfer-encoding: 7bit
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> >date: thu, 7 dec 1995 18:16:30 cdt
>>>>>> >from: jws006%acad@acad.drake.edu
>>>>>> >subject: aids forwarded
>>>>>> >to: tlb013@acad.drake.edu
>>>>>> >x-vms-to: tlb013
>>>>>> >x-vms-cc:
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> >from:   in%"lferris@indiana.edu"  "laura elizabeth ferris"
7-dec-1995
>>>>>> >17:51:04.38
>>>>>> >to:     in%"gollan@ux5.cso.uiuc.edu",
>>>>>in%"mgranado@ophelia.ucs.indiana.edu",
>>>>>
>>>>>> >in%"jws006@acad.drake.edu", in%"mariegeo@aol.com",
in%"jbpettit@indiana",
>>>>>> >in%"jmessmer@juliet.ucs.indiana.edu",
in%"jaimee@falcon.cc.ukans.edu",
>>>>>> >in%"n-kuhn@ux4.cso.uiuc.edu", in%"u27
>>>>>> >cc:
>>>>>> >subj:   aids (fwd)
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> >return-path: <lferris@ophelia.ucs.indiana.edu>
>>>>>> >received: from roatan.ucs.indiana.edu (roatan.ucs.indiana.edu)
>>>>>> > by acad.drake.edu (pmdf v5.0-4 #11108) id
>>>>><01hyj98pi1ls0083cn@acad.drake.edu
>>>>>>
>>>>>> > for jws006@acad.drake.edu; thu, 07 dec 1995 17:51:02 -0500 (cdt)
>>>>>> >received: from ophelia.ucs.indiana.edu
>>>>>> > (lferris@ophelia.ucs.indiana.edu [129.79.10.44]) by
>>>>>roatan.ucs.indiana.edu
>>>>>> > (8.7/8.7/1.10iupo) with esmtp id saa32147; thu,
>>>>>> > 07 dec 1995 18:50:57 -0500 (est)
>>>>>> >received: (from lferris@localhost) by ophelia.ucs.indiana.edu
>>>>>> > (8.7/8.7/regexp($revision: 1.3 $) id saa03671; thu, 07 dec 1995
18:50:56
>>>>>-05
>>>>>00
>>>>>> > (est)
>>>>>> >date: thu, 07 dec 1995 18:50:56 -0500 (est)
>>>>>> >from: laura elizabeth ferris <lferris@indiana.edu>
>>>>>> >subject: aids (fwd)
>>>>>> >x-sender: lferris@ophelia.ucs.indiana.edu
>>>>>> >to: gollan@ux5.cso.uiuc.edu, mgranado@ophelia.ucs.indiana.edu,
>>>>>> > jws006@acad.drake.edu, mariegeo@aol.com, jbpettit@indiana,
>>>>>> > jmessmer@juliet.ucs.indiana.edu, jaimee@falcon.cc.ukans.edu,
>>>>>> > n-kuhn@ux4.cso.uiuc.edu, ann elizabeth mellish
<u27541@uicvm.uic.edu>
>>>>>> >message-id:
>>>>><pine.hpp.3.91.951207184919.2823a-100000@ophelia.ucs.indiana.edu>
>>>>>
>>>>>> >mime-version: 1.0
>>>>>> >content-type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
>>>>>> >content-transfer-encoding: 7bit
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> >---------- forwarded message ----------
>>>>>> >date: thu, 7 dec 1995 17:43:02 -0500 (est)
>>>>>> >from: jenna catherine murphy <jcmurphy@indiana.edu>
>>>>>> >cc: lferris@ophelia.ucs.indiana.edu
>>>>>> >subject: aids (fwd)
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> >this is from one of my hs friends in connecticut, so pass  it to
everyone
>>>>>> >you know!
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> >---------- forwarded message ----------
>>>>>> >date: thu, 7 dec 95 16:45:24 ewt
>>>>>> >from: keesler <bekessle@mailbox.syr.edu>
>>>>>> >to: jcmurphy@juliet.ucs.indiana.edu
>>>>>> >subject: aids
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> >for a class project, i was wondering if this could be passed on to
prove
>>>>>> >a point.  in my human sex class, we learned that if someone has
received
>>>>>> >the hiv disease, and they don't know about it, they could pass it on
to
>>>>>> >people who they don't even know.
>>>>>> >        could you all pretend that i have hiv, and i gave it to you.
>>>>>> >then could you pass it on to your friends?  let's see if the entire
>>>>>> >e-mail population could get infected by me alone.
>>>>>> >        please remember that this is a lab experiment.  i have to say
>>>>>> >that i am not intending to offend any one in any way.
>>>>>> >        by the way, don't erase this or the forwards from your
computer.
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> > thankyou
>>>>>> >young bradley
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> >
>>>>>>
>>>>>>************************************************************************

>>*****
>>>>>
>>>>>**
>>>>>> >*
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> >    "the scars are souvenirs you never lose, the past is never far.
>>>>>> >     did you lose yourself somewhere out there, did you get to be a
star?
>>>>>> >     don't it make you sad to know that life is more than who we
are..."
>>>>>> >                        the goo goo dolls
>>>>>> >
>>>>>>
>>>>>>************************************************************************

>>*****
>>>>>
>>>>>**
>>>>>> >*
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> >
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>--
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>                             _______________________
>>>>>__________   *              i bryan fingerooooooot! i
>>>>>          i   \      (__)   i_fingeroo@pilot.msu.edui
>>>>>i ---   i i    \     (oo) o
>>>>>i       i i    /------\/.o
>>>>>      o   i     | bf ||      iiiiiiiiiiiiii
>>>>>          i     /\---/\  iiiiiiiiiii
>>>>>                ~~   ~~    iiiiiiiiiiii
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>--
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>                0 0
>>>>>                 '
>>>>>                 ~    j.y.w
>>>>>                                    -life is what happens to you
>>>>>                                      while you are busy making other
plans
>>>>>                                           john lennon
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>>>>^sheri jo rosen                 ^   "when i think back on all the crap ^
>>>>^sheri@freenet.grfn.org         ^    i learned in high school, it's a  ^
>>>>^http://www.grfn.org/~sheri     ^    wonder i can think at all."       ^
>>>>^                               ^                -paul simon           ^
>>>>^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>>>>
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subject:      first concert

well while we are on the topic......4th grade, i was nine, i went to rfk
stadium to see the rolling stones 1989 steel wheels tour. what a
concert....still probably the best concert of my life, don't laugh, but meat
loaf ranks up there too.....and i guess ig would be up there if i've seen
them (earth jam doesn't count)
well there it is.....ive been to a few for my age, but im longing for a good
ig fix......

later y'all
kate

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subject:      first concert

my first real concert was as a first-year in college to see billy joel!

i have a question now. am i correct in assuming tuesday's child refers
to the kids poem about children born on certain days, and if so, can
someone refresh my memory about what tuesday's child was?

eleanor

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subject:      concerts

hey y'all/ yes, it is sad- but my first concert was when i was in <maybe>
2nd grade & it was.. lionel richie w| tina turner!!!!!! yikes!! my sister
was really into lr, so my parents said that we could all go as long as we
all went to see david copperfield too :-) . i saw the jackson victory
tour (yee_haw). i really didn't get into the concert scene untill about 3
years ago.
y'all don't have to read this, i'm just gonna brainstorm about the
bands that i've seen. (hope you don't mind :) )
in absolutely no order:
tori amos,
october project
sarah mclachlan
michelle shocked
all. bros.
blues travelers
dmb
wsp
toad the wet...
rusted root!!! 3times
joan osborne-3 times
jupiter cyote
blind melon

i know that there are more, i just can't think of any more. i know some
of these shows are'nt worth admitting to, but who cares?- right??
personnaly i would be kind of interested to see the diversity in the
shows we have all been to, i do regret that i have


not seen ig yet!!!>>>> but i will!!!!  sorry if this message looks a
little weird, i think my computer has gas :-)   you still want to start a
"concerts i've been to thread?? aww.. come on:)
see y'all later!! love, katie

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date:         sat, 16 dec 1995 18:39:35 -0600
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from:         "dwayne d. jarrell" <djarrell@glaci.com>
subject:      re: fwd: project (fwd)

>this message has been forwarded many times...i think it to be an interesting
>project...so i forwarded it to the list.  you'll see what it is about......

it's about idiots clogging up the entire internet with junk.  :(

:dwayne

dwayne jarrell (djarrell@ren.glaci.com)
"life is a b-movie/it's stupid and it's strange/
it's a directionless story/and the dialog is lame"
- ani difranco, "hell yeah"

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subject:      concerts i've been to

okay, katie, i'll take the plunge....

well, in regard to the original thread, my first concert experience was
either ray charles or the carpenters (talk about extreme ends of the
spectrum:)!).  it's hard for me to remember because i was only in first or
second grade.  the next year, i saw dolly parton and mac davis (my parents
were going through a "country phase").  since then, i've seen:

jan and dean (anyone remember surf music?)
stevie ray vaughn
big country
the alarm
u2
pink floyd
ig
chainsaw kittens (a local norman, ok band)
journey
big fish ensemble
me
dah-veed (from austin, i think)
james taylor
prince
the mother hips (chico, ca)
greatful dead
dave matthews band
big head todd and...
spankin' rufus (columbia, mo)

well, that's it.  i just missed out on michelle shocked about a year ago,
which was a _major_ disappointment.  i've included some smaller bands that a
lot of y'all have probably never heard of but are worth checking out if you
like diverse music.

stacy

p.s.  i just bought watershed and am now going to go watch it.  yippee!:)!

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subject:      first concert...alabama!!!

just thought i would share too.  my first concert was an alabama concert!  i
went with my parents in 83?  i went because they didn't want me to stay home
alone....and boy was i pissed!  i didn't want to see that country band!
needless to say by the end of the show, i was on my feet dancing to that
fiddle!  i had a great time!  well, that was my first concert....the rest is
history!
take care
rob

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subject:      first concerts..

just thought i'd throw mine in as well. :)

my mother tells me that my first concert was christopher cross. i must've
been all of four years old.

the first concert i remember, though, is the moody blues. i was 12, and
absolutely loved it.

the best concert i ever went to was my first ig concert, one of those
summer concerts under the stars, a full moon... i remember amy singing
romeo and juliet...she broke a guitar string, set the guitar down, and
continued singing, just her. was...<shiver> magic. :)

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reply-to:     "a. nadyne hagon" <ahagon@st6000.sct.edu>
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from:         "a. nadyne hagon" <ahagon@st6000.sct.edu>
organization: southern college of technology
subject:      first concert, some questions, vligc {very little igc}

oh, god, i hate to admit this.  my first concert was when i was in 7th
or 8th grade.  my best friend won tickets from a radio station . . . to
a milli vanilli concert.  young mc and some other rapper opened.  a
thoroughly laughable night.
next concert was a spoken word performance by henry rollins.  i don't
know if any of y'all are into anything else he does/did {black flag,
rollins band}, but his spoken word performances are *powerful*.  {i
can't think of any other word to describe what some of his work does for
me.}
after that: depeche mode, violent femmes, billy joel, tori amos, indigo
girls, tori again, rooke {small local atlanta band, anyone else heard of
them?}, rem {all 3 atlanta shows!!!}.  {close to chronological order, but
not quite.}

just my $.02. :)

nadyne.


ps: my fiance and i are getting married 6 july 1996 {argh, that's way
too soon!!!}.  any suggestions for songs, ig or non-ig?  power of two
is pretty much definite, but we're not sure as to too many things beyond
that.  danny's song by loggins and messina was suggested {only after i
suggested house at pooh corner ;) }, i'm not sure.

pps: my fiance finally heard word back, he is now amongst the employed!
{he just got his master's in civil engineering from georgia tech. :) }
starts monday with a fiber optics company in roswell.  **bounce**

ppps: i got my georgia emt license on thursday!!!  **bounce**

{sorry for all the nigc, but i'm just *way* too happy for words right
now. :) }


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reply-to:     derek keith moulaison <frisco@uclink2.berkeley.edu>
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from:         derek keith moulaison <frisco@uclink2.berkeley.edu>
subject:      re: concerts i've been to
x-to:         stacy sheperson <ssheperson@uoknor.edu>
in-reply-to:  <30d39a8c706a002@cliff.uoknor.edu>

well, to jump in on this thread, my first concert was huey lewis and the
news with stevie ray vaughn at laguna seca in monterey in like 1985 or
something. though since then i've had a no so bad concert career, seeing:

bernadette peters (with parents)
van halen (twice)
pink floyd
aerosmith
nanci griffith
indigo girls!! of course (5 times)
neil young
tom petty
pearl jam
ministry
pete droge (twice)
city folk (local)
patchwork (local)
ani difranco

derek  :)

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from:         linda joanne napikoski <napikosk@chaph.usc.edu>
subject:      chickenman, buying lots of ig music

i was reading through hundreds of messages and *wondering* when someone
would mention chickenman as a travelling song! finally, lorinda did. i
mean, a road trip without chickenman is like....well, i don't know what
it's like, because i haven't had a road trip like that in years.
chickenman is the road trip song i always listen too at some point,
preferably when it's dark. it's always fun to turn the brights on when
she sings, "i turn my lights on brighter." (ahh, the simple pleasures in
life) in fact, the other month i went to drive home from l.a. to phoenix
and around ontario (ontario, california, silly!) i discovered i had left
rop at home, so i promptly stopped at blockbuster music and bought one.
and you know what, i think i have done that with a lot of their tapes now
that i think about it. despite owning swamp o on cd, i had to buy the
tape one day when i had a forty-five minute drive home and i really
wanted to hear fugitive right then, and it has lived in my car since. i
bought indigo girls on cd after someone stole my tape. i have bought
about a thousand copies of rop as gifts for people, and i have bought nis
a couple times for people, sf for someone, 1200c, h of u....wow, excuse me
as i think back here...there's nary an album i haven't bought 2-4 copies
of at some point. except botby. wow. i will have to buy that for someone
as a christmas gift to keep the tradition going. am i the only one who
does this? just curious.

still rotfl at lorinda's 'what emily would do to retaliate'. a monologue
about danny during chickenman...ah, that was priceless.

and lauree, what is happening? no more dylan covers? i am waiting for
them to work their way through his entire discography! i hope lorinda
sends you walking for such a comment!

joy to the world,
linda

"they're just fanatics acting fanatically. they give bona-fide
paranoids like myself a bad name..."      mulder on the x-files

        "when in doubt, move on..." tmbg(?)

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reply-to:     linda joanne napikoski <napikosk@chaph.usc.edu>
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from:         linda joanne napikoski <napikosk@chaph.usc.edu>
subject:      cover me grey and this list

hey...someone mentioned something (oh *my* aren't i specific and
helpful)...let's try this again...someone ( i forget who ) mentioned some
song, and said that the girls do it on cover me grey.

did that not strike anyone else as funny? i mean, they don't really "do"
anything on cover me grey. we made cover me grey. well, that is, margaret
made cover me grey. do you see what i mean? it made me realize that that
tape is going to get copied and end up in hands that have never typed at
this list, and are people going to think it's something other than what it
is, you know what i mean?

speaking of the list (and to the list at the very same time, funny thing)
i thought enough people would go away for christmas that the messages
would slow waaaaaaaay down and i wouldn't have to unsubscribe while i'm
gone for a couple of weeks, but it looks like that's not going to happen,
and since i can't accumulate 1000+ messages, i will have to miss out.
bummage. does anyone else suffer some wicked withdrawal when away from
the list? i always feel compelled to read every messge, even when i have
accumulated hundreds, though i often delete messages from other lists. i
guess y'all should feel reeaaaallly special. :)

joy to the world,
linda

"they're just fanatics acting fanatically. they give bona-fide
paranoids like myself a bad name..."      mulder on the x-files

        "when in doubt, move on..." tmbg(?)

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subject:      first concert

wow this is really going to show my age but here goes: my first concert was
david cassidy @ norfolk scope way back when. i must have been about 13 years
old. another interesting note is that the weekend i was born elvis was
appearing in town and my father ended up taking my aunt to see him instead
of my mother cuz she was still in the hospital with me.boy do i feel old!!!
                                                             sharon

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on sat, 16 dec 1995 you wote:
<<<<<forgive me oh arbiters of what to say.  i was under the impression that
as a
_discussion_group_, this was an area in which we could discuss things as
offshoots of ig topics, such as reincarnation, how they might feel about
computers/email, and cats name, and that these things could be brought up, on
the list so that other members could join the discusson.>>>>>rustyr

hey, did you get nasty email about what you wrote?  i hate that.  there's
someone out there who seems to have elected him/herself list moderator.
he/she has quite a grudge.  keep going with your free wheeling discussions.
i personally like to stretch the imagination and see it as a direct
extension of the ig lyrics and their lives......  connie

a truth i've known for a while but now it's official
truffels are smooth, rich,
                                         and seductive.........

december chocolatier magazine

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i just saw sharon's note, and figured my post would fit right in...

my first concert was the osmonds (esp donny) on my 10th birthday.
not long after that i saw the carpenters (with karen still behind the drum
set instead of out front) and i also saw elvis in concert around that same
time.  this was all around 1972 and 1973.

thegirls@pinn.net (sharon james & fran mangione) wrote:
> wow this is really going to show my age but here goes: my first
> concert was david cassidy @ norfolk scope way back when. i
> must have been about 13 years old. another interesting note is that
> the weekend i was born elvis was appearing in town and my father
> ended up taking my aunt to see him instead of my mother cuz she
> was still in the hospital with me.boy do i feel old!!!
>                                                             sharon

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wednesday night!

jude :)

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i went to my first concert way back in '75 when i was in the 8th grade.
it was the doobie brothers.  great show!!  since then i have seen *many*
more concerts, but not the indigo girls yet.  i'm still waiting for them
to come to calgary (or even vancouver.)  i know they've been to winnipeg,
but i never made it :(
other concerts (in no particular order):
fleetwood mac                   long john baldry
elton john                      powder blues
peter frampton                  david bowie
beach boys                      devo
yes                             j. geils
nazareth                        moody blues
led zeppelin                    supertramp
blue rodeo                      genesis
van morrison                    bruce cockburn
asleep at the wheel             crowded house
frank zappa                     al stewart

i'm sure there's more, but i can't think of them right now.
i've also been to lots of folk festivals in different cities
in canada.
gosh..... i must be getting old to have seen this many!! ;-)

leslie.
  "each life has its place"  e.s.

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subject:      concerts

i like this new thread, and so decided to expand on my own previous post.
the concert i've been to are a bit limited, but here goes:

billy joel
billy joeal and elton john
blind melon
crash test dummies
rusted root (2ce...missed 3 other opportunities :(
jackopierce
peter, paul and mary
david meece (2ce..christian musician)


okay, so my list isn't very long. hmmm.....i guess that is it too. i went
through a christian music phase in high school, so i guess  my firstr concert
was david meece, who is amazing on the piano. anyway, i missed ig once or
twice when they passed through here. i was too slow to get tickets :(
i can't wait to see them though.

eleanor

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subject:      concert

i thought i would add to the latest thread.....

my *first* concert was when i was 5...my mom took my to see bob from
sesame street in teaneck, nj!

after that, my first real concert was michael jackson in 1987.  since then,
i have seen quite an array of concerts: (in no particular order)

bruce springsteen
bette midler
the kinks
melissa ethridge 3x
(whoever was at the newport folk fest the past 3 years!)
elton john
the violent femmes
4 non blondes
*****ig******* 4x
sting
aerosmith
slayer (don't ask)
don henley
mary chapin carpenter
john denver (with my mom again)

i think that's it  :)

-------------------------------kerry--------------------------------------------

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        wow my first concert was david bowie.  i remember the lady next
to me screamed he's soo hot the whole concert.  i think the only song
that i heard over her was china girl..wow memories.  back in the days.
so many stories could start from this concert.
thanks for listening to my little story.(kinda story)
jen

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subject:      newport 1992

hello again everyone ...

i've got yet another request for a boot ....

did anyone out there tape newport 1992 ???

in looking over my list of boots, i realized that it's not on there ...

in other news ... remember the discussion on who would beat who in the brawl
to settle all ???  well in reading something off the alanis morrisette list
-- they were having alanis and madonna go at it ...

how about a tag team match ... am & em could take alanis & madonna ...

:0

chris

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subject:      picaboo street

hey, maybe this is no big deal, but i was reading an article about picaboo
street (the skier) in the latest sports illustrated (i'm a _huge_ sports
fan) and there's a photo of her sitting on a floor with a bunch of cds.  one
of them was 4.5 by ig.  just an interesting tidbit....

stacy

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subject:      first concert/concerts ...

let's see ... i think it was like -- the bee gees or something ... then kenny
rogers

ok -- that's when my parents were taking me to shows ...

here are some others ... you'll be able to tell when i started picking who i
wanted to see and when i went thru my  metal  stage ....

chicago
the power station (remember that spin-off of duranduran ;)
stevie nicks
the hooters
david lee roth
tesla
van halen
metallica
indigo girls ... 10x
4 non blondes
mary chapin carpenter ... 3x
melissa etheridge ... 11x
commonbond ...  too many times to count
bette midler
kristen hall ... 3x
lay quite awhile ... 3x
band de soleil ... 2x
bonnie raitt
z100 acoustic xmas in ny 1994  -- various artists ...
sarah mclachlan
newport folk festival .. just once

there were some other shows my folks took me to when i was little but i can't
remember 'em all ... somehow sha na na keeps popping into my head ...

and a few locals like doria roberts and renaissance bitch (outa philly !!!)

ok -- two posts in about 10 minutes is enough for me

chris

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subject:      concerts i've seen

gawd...
first show i got to see was whitesnake in 88, i was so psyched to go and i
think i got tixs for xmas, then i was on the cerebral palsy telethon the day
of the show and some disc jockey was on and was gonna get me backstage, but
some stupid reason it fell through
then i saw the b52's
squeeze with db's
de la soul (bates show)
gang green (free bates show)
phish (free twice, one for five bucks once for 21 bucks)
fugazi (4 times)
slayer megadeth anthrax and alice in chains (all in same night)
queensryche
sucidal tendicies
agnostic front
dri
(i was quite a punk in high school)
shutter to think
u2
paul simon
james taylor (was incredible!!!)
grateful dead (twice)
wier and wasserman
bruce hornsby (five times...backstage all five times...)
bonnie raitt (left during her set to talk with bruce..)
rem (4 times this tour)
kristen hall (twice)
tori amos *(on my campus!!! i even met her!!)
sarah mclachlan twice
paula cole
superchunk
velocity girl
michelle shocked, taj mahal, the band, and uncle tupelo
elton john
foo fighters, mike watt and eddie vedder
michael hedges twice
ani difranco 4 times
bela fleck more times than i remember
george winston
grant lee buufalo
luciuos jackson 3 times
10000 maniacs
ig (only 9 times)
melissa e. (3 times)
shawn colvin
ithzak perlman (most expensive concert but well worth it)
richard thompson

(still thinking.....) you can delete this any time you want...
nin and david bowie
bobby mcferrin
wynton marsalis twice
dave matthews band (sorta heard him outside a show and then saw him once)
big head todd
bb king
violent femmes
bob dylan (unbelieveable!)

and sooooo many more i forget.
mike r.

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subject:      1st concert

    the first concert: ozzy osborne      yea, i know.  what can i say?  it
was 14 years ago and i was only 16.
other shows:  indigo girls 8x, melissa etheridge 5x, joan baez, ani
difranco, etc.

                                                        --sunny

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subject:      concerts

well,

        i am pleased to report that my first concert was with the indigo
girls a year ago in good old philly.  i have also seen them another time
since then.

        it's sad that nobody ever mentions bon jovi.  i have been to one
of their concerts and they're great!  are there any fans out there?

        chris isaak and alanis morissette complete my list of concerts.

                                        christina

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at 02:04 pm 12/14/95 est, lorinda wright wrote:

>anyway, all this while i was wondering if emily in particular has heard dar's
>music. did dar ever play at newport? does anyone know if amy or emily are
>familiar with dar williams.

dar did play newport.  '94 i think... anyone??

oh- and she was incredible!! :)

peace...
pamela

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subject:      nigc: snow!!!!!!!!!!! :)

i am so happy it's finally snowing! :) it's about time. it snowed an inch
last night and has been snowing since about 3 this afternoon. it's really
beautiful and really puts me in the christmas spirit. :) i look outside
and see all the christmas lights shining through the snow... it's just
lovely. :) anyway, you can go back to discussing concerts now. just
thought i'd let everyone know how happy i am. :)

cran

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subject:      concerts

not sure of my first.....of my life.....but, the first real concert i
went to was ig....yeah!!!....and since then i've seen:
3 dog night
lowen and navarro
and no doubt.   =)
and ig...a few more times...i think 3 or 4 all together...=)
and hopefully many more times in the future.
=)
of all i can remember since i've become the "real" emily...=)...not
very many shows...oh well...still plenty of time to add to that list.
=)happy holidays...emily

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subject:      help needed (nigc)

hi everybody!  i have a quick question and anyone out there who can help me,
your assistance would be most appreciated.  here's the deal, a friend of mine
is leaving for new zealand in a couple weeks and i'd really love to send him
a copy of a performance i'm going to be in a few weeks after he leaves.  now,
is the video system in nz like the european system, meaning different from
the states????
oh, one more thing.  i'm goimng to be in athens/atlanta around xmas and i'd love
to know of any good shows between the 26th and the 30th.
thanks in advance!
avital
avital@lucy.cs.wisc.edu

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subject:      jcs__ yeah!!

hey  y'all. katie (that's me) is one happy chick :-). i am so excited b/c
i just found a copy of jesus christ superstar (w\ ig) at a local music
store- i was all set to order it!! anyways, i brought it home , listened
to it , & love it !! i think amy plays jesus wonderfully & with a lot of
passion ( of course)  sorry- i just had to share my joy!! see y'all
later! love, katie.

p.s.- for any of you joan osborne\ jewel\ me\ paula cole\ fans, the duets
show on vh-1 will be on this friday at 10:30 eastern time. (i've heard
it's a rockin' show!! _ ><}}}">

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decloak..

        first concert was <gulp> the kingston trio.  first concert i would
really count was peter gabriel (so tour).  here's the top 4:

1. melissa etheridge - san antonio, tx 94
2. def lepard - glasgow, scotland 93
3. ig - san antonio 95
4. crosby, stills & nash - san antonio 95 (94?)

                                        bdh

brass = breath, relax, aim, stop, squeeze

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subject:      first concert, first album

okay, here goes:
my first concert (that i remember, and not counting classical or ballet or
the like) was rita coolidge and kris kristofferson. (hey, it was the 70s,
what can i say?) my friend's mom took us for my friend's birthday. we had a
great time. i think i was about 10.

oh, and the post about the donny and marie concert got me thinking about my
first album. yes, a donny osmond masterpiece - the one with "puppy love" and
"go away little girl" on it. i must have been about 5 or 6 at the time. i
never did get those purple socks i always wanted, though!

so what was everyone else's first album?

-bon

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subject:      jazz festival

hi everyone!  well, i just finished reading the concert schedules for the
jazz festival but i couldn't find the ig anywhere!  at the very end of the
schedule it said "schedules subject to change"  if anyone would like to
double check the schedules or has heard when and if the ig will be there,
will they please let us know?  thanks!

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my first album was snoopy and the red baron... the first album i picked out
for myself was miles davis, kind of blue; i bought rolling stones, exile on
main street the same day... i've been thinking and trying to remember all the
concerts i've been too...i'm about half way, and i'm beginning to realize
that i don't know how i found any time to do anything else with my life....

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hi y'all,

oh my, this is embaressing territory. the first band i saw live, and i was
pretty excited at the time, were marillion at the glasgow barrowlands on
their real to reel tour. just before they got kinda famous with 'kayleigh'
and all that.

i was only 16 or so, and i've matured a lot since then, honest!

i hope this isn't the worst admition this thread beings out ... please!

johnd

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don't you all think it's a little weird that me will be on the same night
as howard stearn?

"the less i seek my source for some definitive, the closer i am to fine."
        - indigo girls, "closer to fine"


on sun, 17 dec 1995 hunterj1@aol.com wrote:

> wednesday night!
>
> jude :)
>
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date:         sun, 17 dec 1995 20:54:00 -0500
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subject:      cats, typson, favorite song,  etc.

i never thought of naming cats amy and emily.  what happens if i get male cats
though?  can i still call them that or will it confuse them and not be pc?

i'm not going to comment on the brawl because i'm not really sure how i feel
about it, but someone mentioned mike tyson so i have to respond.  i feel so
angry that a rapist is being glorified.  he actually raped someone, is not
sorry about it (actually he denies it even though the jury - his peers - found
him guilty as did the actual evidence) and now people are just forgetting all
that and he's becoming a zillionaire.  man, that makes my blood boil!  it would
be one thing if he were sorry about it, then it wouldn't bother me so much, but
he's not.  what's going to happen next in this crazy, mixed-up world?  calvin
klein is going to give oj simpson his own underwear or cologne line?  okay,
enough digressions.  just had to get that off my chest.

my favorite ig song right now?  has to be the wood song.  every time i hear it,
it reminds me to get my ass in gear and stop staying with what is safe.  i also
love reunion.  the only post-college job i ever got fired from happened several
months before that song came out, but was it apropos!  every time i played it
in my car i would sing it via screaming and dedicate to my former company.  i'd
imagine them all standing there before me cowling.

cindy - i love st:tng too.  i miss k'ehleyr.  she was so strong.  they always
kill off the strong ones on tng.  yar, etc.  the writers create these amazonian
women and then the producers get really threatened by them.  so they kill them
off.

karin - rotfl for roo's "closer to fine."  i am not an engineer by any means,
but i can relate.

chris - double rotfl for walkin' round in women's underwear.  you didn't even
insult my feminist sensibilities.  my husband, who was watching orlando vs.
utah even liked it enough to stop watching and listen to me sing it in my
off-key way.

dory

velveeta
it's on everything that you can buy
it's velveeta
it's the spam of the cheeses, it's sure to appease
it's velveeta
just the name brings the tears to my eyes
it's velveeta
it's like cheese with the perfect disguise
-uncle bonsai

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date:         mon, 18 dec 1995 09:05:34 -0700
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subject:      re: first concert, first album
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on sun, 17 dec 1995, muncho lake wrote:

> so what was everyone else's first album?

do i have to say?? ;-)
actually, the first album i ever bought was something by a group
called "first class".  does anyone remember a song called
"beach baby" ??  probably not!

after that i bought some partridge family albums <blush>!!

my collection has *greatly* improved over the years, especially now that
i have the indigo girls! :-)

l.

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i don't think it's weird.
i think it's called: planning...
...ohhh those ratings guys....
:d --dianne, who's glad that they didn't schedule kathie lee & howard
stern. i'd rather not have a first-hand look at her claws... rather just
assume they are there! ::grin::


on mon, 18 dec 1995, curtis - stephen dean wrote:

> don't you all think it's a little weird that me will be on the same night
> as howard stearn?
>
> "the less i seek my source for some definitive, the closer i am to fine."
>         - indigo girls, "closer to fine"
>
>
> on sun, 17 dec 1995 hunterj1@aol.com wrote:
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> > wednesday night!
> >
> > jude :)
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subject:      re: first concert, first album

> so what was everyone else's first album?

well, i think i bought 3 45's at the same time....they were
prince (1999), culture club, and cyndi lauper...*smile*

my first concert...which was years after buying those records...
was indigo girls...i bought the records when i was in the 5th
or 6th grade....i saw ig the summer after i graduated hs in 89!

still thinking about that first concert....wow!
-sherry

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subject:      it pays to watch cnn

boy, you guys are gonna love this.

so i'm sittin' at home this morning, eating my toast, watching cnn, and trying
to get up the energy to actually come into school and get some work done, when
guess who's name i should hear on tv??? are you guessing? well, give up and
i'll tell you... professor don saliers!!!!! yup, you got it! they interviewed
him. he was there in the studio, and they were talking about religion, and
life after death, and reincarnation, and near death experiences. they had a
woman who had had a nde, and some guy who claimed to be an expert on such
things, and one of our two favorite famous fathers to talk about what the
different religions of the world had to say about the topic. wow! i heard the
name, and immediately popped a tape in the vcr, and i caught most of the
interview with him, and guess what? he mentioned his daughter!!! *tee hee hee!
giggles and dances round the room with unexpected glee* the reporter had asked
him about different ideas about reincarnation, and as part of his reply he
said, "i have a daughter who has a song that says, 'how long till my soul gets
it right?' which is a very...interesting phrase that the indigo girls have in
their song that's very popular."
he looked real proud too. (he sure should be!)
and i have to add that i was really impressed. he seemed like a very
intelligent, well spoken, learned individual. (how could he be otherwise?)
i won't go into the whole nde thing, cuz i don't want to travel down that road
again, but he had a lot of very interesting things to say about how different
major world religions handled the question of life after death.

cnn is talking about religion and faith, and life after death all day today,
so dr. saliers may be on more today. unfortunately, i eventually had to come
into work, but if anyone has access to a tv today, you may want to check it
out!

folkisgruven,
lorindigo
    i           will            not        be               complacent
lorinda wright           "learn to pretend there's more than love that
lw01@lehigh.edu           matters. -e.s.
lehigh university         "the apathy of time laughs in my face
bethlehem, pa             you say each life has its place. -e.s.
    i           will            not         be              complacent

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subject:      put me down, you crazy man!

oh, and if for some reason you are forced to
watch "the walton christmas:  a homecoming" (or
whatever it's called), do look out for scenes
which include the liquor-swilling baldwin sisters,
"miss mamie" (rhymes with amy) and "miss emily".

hooked on maalox "cherry creme" chewables,
i-girl

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subject:      first concert..

ok, don't laugh...but my first concert was jack wagner when i was in 9th grade.
believe it or not it was a pretty sweet concert!  i have also seen:

new edition/bobby brown/al b. sure
melissa etheridge (3 times)
indigo girls (4 times)
tracy chapman
george michael
a couple of summer jam type things
milli vanilli (hey at least i can admit it)

i have a feeling now that everyone else mentions it that i may have gone to an
earlier concert with my parents but i have no idea what it could have been.....

yvette

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subject:      just started to live

ok, this is my first post to this list. i'll duck while i'm shot at, so aim
well.
i have a friend that is completely immersed in ig(not to mention myself.)
would love to get a boot of some performances.  if anyone has info about the
purple parrot and tuesdays children recordings, i would love to hear from ya.

thanx,

jam

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subject:      first concert

my first concert was aerosmith.  it was in 1977 and i was 14.  man, did i hate
it.  i went with my boyfriend at the time who was an aerosmith freak.  it was
so loud.  i never knew the concerts were so loud.  i just wanted it to end so i
could go home and listen to my john denver albums.  the only enjoyable thing
about it was that i developed a short lived affinity for styx, the warm up
band, which didn't last more than about four years because their music is
pretty hard too.

thanks for asking.  (i won't be mad at you that i had to relive an awful
concert though (heehee).

-dory

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subject:      re: the brawl to settle it all

>ok ... what else would em do to retaliate ?????
>
>when they're performing chickenman ... em walks up to the mike and starts
>telling another story - like about her boyfriend danny from elementary school
>-- and confuse amy ....
>
>or just stop singing totally during a song and see how long it takes amy (in
>one of her intense moments) to realize she's singing solo ...

well done! i've been wondering when people would start adding to my original
list! how about some more folks? or what would amy do to retaliate against
emily's retaliation?

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lorindigo
    i           will            not        be               complacent
lorinda wright           "learn to pretend there's more than love that
lw01@lehigh.edu           matters. -e.s.
lehigh university         "the apathy of time laughs in my face
bethlehem, pa             you say each life has its place. -e.s.
    i           will            not         be              complacent

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subject:      re: the brawl to settle it all -reply -reply -reply -reply

i got this little gem from carla williams, and she gave me permission to send
it to the list. it's another of emily's possible retaliations. :) ooh, it's a
nasty one too!
>
>* post to the ig list the address of amy's ywca and her
>workout schedule.

folkisgruven,
lorindigo

    i           will            not        be               complacent
lorinda wright           "learn to pretend there's more than love that
lw01@lehigh.edu           matters. -e.s.
lehigh university         "the apathy of time laughs in my face
bethlehem, pa             you say each life has its place. -e.s.
    i           will            not         be              complacent

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subject:      concerts

ok here goes: these are the shows i went with my parents
the doors
ian & sylvia& the great speckled byrd
redbone
quicksilver
harry chapin

now for the shows on my own...ok i know that amy & emily are not in this
list, but i guess i'm saving the best for last. the bands i have seen 5 times
or less, i didn't bother to mention how many, and these are in no particular
order exept as i remember them....
the dead(198),marshall tucker band, new riders of the purple sage,hot tuna
(14)
jorma kaukonen (8),jerry garcia band (46),bobby & the midnights,kingfish (5)
weir & wasserman (12),ratdog review ,bob dylan(7), journey,george thourogood
rolling stones, muddy waters, paul butterfield blues band,the band,cs&n
neil young, aerosmith, 3 dog night,zz top, ub40, ziggy marley, peter tosh
elvin jones jazz machine, miles davis (6)
bela fleck & the flecktones(40), new grass revival (5),barrenburg, douglas &
meyer
mary chapin carpenter, shawn colvin,emmy lou harris, ani defranco, dave
grisman
bill monroe & the bluegrass boys, ralph stanley, nanci griffith, sara hickman
suzy katz, inxs, country joe mcdonald, peter yarrows, dr. john, joni
mitchell, weather report, mahavishnu orchestra, joe lewis grady gaines & paul
shiller, frank zappa, leftover salmon, strength in numbers, james taylor,
livingston taylor, the roach sisters, rem, vassar clements, wolfstone, rory
block, mccoy tyner trio, jr. walker & the allstars, james brown, lil ed & the
imperials, psychograss, pete wernick and the live 5, hot rize, tony trishka,
sugarbeats, zero, merl saunders, blues traveller (10), black crows, fabulas
thunderbirds, 5 blind boys from alabama, mighty clouds of joy, oregon,
branford marsalis, dave matthews band, phish, rusted root, lalapalouza 92,
pearl jam, sound garden, fleshtones, black flag, butt hole surfers, lydia
lunch, stevie wynnwood, jimmy cliff, third world, steel pulse, peter gabriel,
ravi shankar, talking heads, toto (?),  keith richard & the xpencive winos,
john lee hooker, taj mahal, allman brothers, edie brickell & new bohiemians,
and i know i'm forgetting a lot more than a few....
oh well...who says dead heads don't do anything but follow the dead :)
padraic

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  o.k. here's my list of concerts, not very extensive might i add.  my
first concert was in the sixth grade.  i went to see amy grant with a
friend of mine.  her parents brought a bunch of us.  since then i have seen
howards hair (local band), sheryl crow, live, blues traveler, ziggy marley,
the black crowes, and big head todd and the monsters.  i think that's it!

p.s.  i missed the ig's when they were here last spring, but i am anxiously
waiting for them to return!
                                mich

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at 11:47 am 12/18/95 -0600, i. girl wrote:
>oh, and if for some reason you are forced to
>watch "the walton christmas:  a homecoming" (or
>whatever it's called), do look out for scenes
>which include the liquor-swilling baldwin sisters,
>"miss mamie" (rhymes with amy) and "miss emily".
>

y'know, i think you've gotten the kiddies' knack for indigoinania.
congrats! : ) my next post:

do you like amy?
check one:

yes
no

and my dad got sorta hooked on tums once.  write if you want more details. : )


tracey

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subject:      my secret haven!

  i just thought that i would let you guys in a little secret of mine.
last night for no obvious reason i decided to  light all of the candles in
my room and lay directly in front of my speakers and blast swamp ophelia!
it was a truely spiritual experience.  somehow the whole environment along
with the music makes me realize how life is such a circle and that how even
though sometimes you may feel alone- many people before you have felt your
feelings and many will feel them in the future.  now that i have that off
my chest talk to ya later!
                                 michelle

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i saw my first concert back in '84 and it was huey lewis. the best
concert i ever saw was eric clapton. i won the tickets in a sales contest
and got to sit tenth row on the floor which was amazing. haven't seen
indigo girls yet even though they came here 3 times last year. i didn't
start to like them until just after their last concert here. also saw
billy joel, which was pretty good.

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subject:      concert..absolutely nigc

at 09:26 am 12/18/95 -0900, you wrote:
>ok, don't laugh...but my first concert was jack wagner when i was in 9th grade.

didn't he used to be on general hospital or one of the soaps? i think i
remember him. he sang a song called "all i need," or something like that,
right? is he the same guy or have i confused him with someone else like rick
springfield maybe? ok, i'm grinning, but i won't laugh  ;)

wow, it's funny to remember the things you thought you forgot! (like rick
springfield - eek!)

-bon

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subject:      nigc- jack wagner

hello everybody!

        yes, jack wagner used to be on general hospital and he still
occasionally visits.  right now, he is a regular on fox's melrose place.
his one popular song was "all i need".

        there's the information for all interested parties!

                        back to studying for finals...


                                        christina

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subject:      concerts

okay, here's mine:

first one i remember is anne murray (my parents had to drag me kicking
and screaming-i really didn't want to go).  that was about 9 years ago.
since then:
peter paul and mary (2x)
amy grant (in my christian phase in high school)
paul mccartney (about the first time my brother ever took me anywhere by
  his own free will).
mary chapin carpenter
ani difranco
rem
violent femmes (with a bunch of other bands in an outdoor fest type thing)
martin zellar
a bunch of other local bands/duos
and of course, the indigo girls, three times
  they rock.  enough said.

i am truly envious of those of you who have such extensive concert
lists.  i'm still young though--i have time.

-amanda

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subject:      the polar bear express (fwd)

-------------< comments by indigo >--------------

got this from a friend and thought it was something folks on the list
might like to participate in, being the loving and giving folks that you
are.

happy non-denominational holiday!
indigo/dianne/tuesday's child

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date: sat, 16 dec 1995 23:30:33 -0500 (est)
from: sarah <sweisman@moose.uvm.edu>
to: people <anthony.t.field@dartmouth.edu>, clukeyjp@acad.umm.maine.edu,
    greekboy@dartmouth.edu, hardinca@acad.umm.maine.edu,
    iason.demos@dartmouth.edu, jennifer.r.peters@dartmouth.edu,
    jrm@shell.portal.com, poulinsj@acad.umm.maine.edu,
    rinesjb@acad.umm.maine.edu, tledoux@moose.uvm.edu,
    tleidy@polar.bowdoin.edu, vincenla@acad.umm.maine.edu,
    jeffy bear <jac@together.net>, gmiller@escape.com,
    ken frauwirth <frauwirt@notmendel.berkeley.edu>,
    "..." <espresso@linux.cowland.com>
subject: the polar bear express


**please pass this along**please pass this along**

        the polar express share the spirit '95 campaign
http://www.hmco.com/polarexpress

i wanted to ask you as a member of the online communty to join an
internet-wide campaign to share the spirit of the holiday season with
needy children.

over the past several months, the internet has been unfairly criticized
by the media and the u.s. governmant as a place characterized by
inappropriate content and people of questionable morals who can do harm
to our children.  we know that this does not represent the true nature
of the net.  houghton mifflin company is therefore sponsoring an
opportunity for internetters around the world to counter these
accusations and reach out to hospitalized children around the united
states by taking part in the polar express share the spirit '95 campaign
(http://www.hmco.com/polarexpress).

the polar express_ , a caldecott medal-winning children's book by
chris van allsburg, tells the story of a young boy who discovers that
only those who have the faith to truly believe can hear the sound of
santa's sleigh bells.  houghton mifflin company is now asking everyone
who still believes in the spirit of the season -- those who can still
hear the sleigh bell ring -- to send an email message to
share_the_spirit@hmco.com explaining how they keep the holiday spirit
alive.

for every twenty-five e-mail messages received, houghton mifflin company
will donate one copy of mr. van allsburg's book to a children's hospital
and contributors will be eligible to receive a free copy of the polar
express cd-rom edition courtesy of houghton mifflin interactive.

we've set a goal of goal of 25,000 messages by december 31, and have
only a few weeks left to reach it.  all that's required of you is a few
minutes of your time, an e-mail message, and, like the young boy in _the
polar express_, the willingness to truly believe.

remember, send your email messages to share_the_spirit@hmco.com.  for
more information, send email to info_sts@hmco.com.

thanks.

dan maurer
online publishing manager
houghton mifflin interactive
http://www.hmco.com/polarexpress


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subject:      re: first album

the first i remember clearly was "free to be, you and me".  then of course
there was the bay city rollers and bo someone or other and the heywoods.....

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hi everybody,  this is my first post to the list but i figure i might as
well jump right in and add my brief list of concerts i've attended to the
current thread.  my first show was phil collins at madison square garden
on his but seriousl tour.  i was 14 and my aunt gave me the ticket when
her date cancelled on her.  he played for about 2 1/2 hours.  a hell of a
show, especially for my first concert ever!
   since then i saw billy joel on new year's eve 1994.  (he's my second
favorite artist.)  i saw him again with elton john at giants stadium.  i
was very upset when i missed ig when they were at radio city last summer.
so imagine my joy when they came here to cornell last december!  i can't
wait to see them again!!!!!
              -colleen

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on mon, 18 dec 1995, sue orsillo wrote:

> the first i remember clearly was "free to be, you and me".  then of course
> there was the bay city rollers and bo someone or other and the heywoods.....
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i love free to be ...you and me.  i bought a copy of it on cd last spring
and i listen to it all the time.  i think that was my first record too.
it takes on totally different meanings now that i am older--i can definitely
see all of the great messages in it.  i sure wish i could find my old
record of it though, i'm sure it was sold or given away at a garage
sale (as my prized legos were--to the neighbors, i had to go to their
house to play with my legos--my parents made it up to me though--i got
a box of legos for christmas a couple years ago).
anyways, its a great album.
-amanda

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the first album i can remember having of my own was jim croce's
photographs and memories (i had borrowed a few beatles records from my
parents before that).  still have it, although my turntable isn't out on
my dresser anymore.  hey there's an idea...any croce songs that ig might
sound good covering?

--mike

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subject:      emily's elongated one syllable words...

merry christmas to all!!!!

        i cannot resist posting about this.  you see, i now have my
christmas job at a one hour portrait studio doing lab work, so i'm in a
darkroom for about 8 hours of the day.
        but we get to listen to cds and tapes, and, of course, i'm
jamming to ig for my shift.  so i'm listening today and i think it's time
to bring up something i've been wanting to for a long time.  it's just so
damn funny to me...
        i don't know if folks have talked about this before i joined this
list back in september.  but has anyone noticed ms. saliers wonderful way
of just ssttrrreeetttcccciiinnnnggg one word for full effect?  let me
give a couple of prime examples...

        ***"virginia woolf"
                "...a hundred years later, i'm sitting here living
                        pppprrrrrooooooffffffff..."

        ***(and my favorite) prince of darkness
                "...my greatest hope, my greatest cause to
                        ggggrrrrriiiiieeeeeevvvvveeeee..."


        i know of a few more, but i'll just drop 'em one by one or let
y'all join in on this rather amusing tendency of sweet emily's.  i'm not
annoyed by it or anything, i'm not particularly making fun of her, but
it's just so funny to find it in the songs.  i don't think amy's prone to
such devices.

milking it for everything it's worth,
teri

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subject:      first concert

well, you asked for it.......

4th december 1987, aberdeen scotland, capitol theatre.......the group was a-ha
and i went with my little sister as my mum wouldn't let her go on her own...

(for those of you who don't know.....a-ha are/were a norweigan "boy" band and
the crowd consisted of lots of girly "teenyboppers" screaming rather loudly.)

i remember feeling very out of place but my sister loved it so i guess that made
it worthwhile...

other concerts i have been too...are you sure you are ready for this ??  bear in
mind that most of you will not have heard of the ***scottish*** bands....

in no particular order...

a-ha (from above)
hue & cry 2x  (s)
deacon blue (s)
del amitri 2x (s)
bryan adams
runrig 7x (s)
glasgow fleadh (celtic fest)
london fleadh
prince & npg 2x
horse 6x (s)
spin doctors
eric clapton 2x
mpeople 2x
u2
rem
brian may
little angels 2x
skin
mary chapin carpenter
oasis
elastica
roxette
rod stewart
don williams
some japanese drummers i forget the name of
simple minds (s)
wet wet wet 2x (s)
tinderbox 2x (s)
crowded house
chuck berry
lenny kravitz
ub40

(s) => scottish bands

and in 1996.....

oasis
melissa etheridge (yay !!)
tina turner
bon jovi
horse 4x

whew !!  the reason that i can remember them all is because i frame my concert
tickets along with any other souvenirs (like adverts, plectrums, back stage
passes etc...).  does anyone else do this sort of thing ??

sob, no ig concerts yet......  however, on a happier note, i saw runrig on
saturday and they were superb - i was jigging about at the front, singing along
- it was bliss !!

ttfn

gail

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subject:      first album

my first album was <grimace> my first nursery rhyme album (i guess one of my
aunts or uncles bought it for me)....and i've still got it !!  london bridge is
my favourite cos it makes a noise like a bridge falling down !!  too cool !

the first album i bought myself was dr who music (?).  god, you must think i'm
weird but i was really into dr. who for a long time as a child - tom baker was
dr. who at that time.  i was also into space 1999, blake's seven and star trek
(still a trekker, btw :)) ).

i'm off home to watch the x-files now.....

the truth is out there

live long and prosper...

gail

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subject:      concerts

hi all!
i just had to put in my first concert experience.....
elton john, with my older neighbor, i had the biggest crush on him.  turned
out to be a great night.  since then the only concerts i have attended are
the igs, me, and kd.  i don't seem to want to spend all that much money on
anyone else!!
lisa

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from:   lisa, 102714,3716
to:     stacy sheperson, internet:ssheperson@uoknor.edu
date:   12/18/95 1:09 am

re:     copy of: concerts i've been to

hi everyone,

concerts i've been to:

go go's (first one)
pat benatar
quiet riot(a neighbor invited me to see these guys on the day of the concert, i
had talked to them in the radio station the night before)
john denver(main floor tickets-yippee-with family)
arlo guthrie and pete seger(another family concert-but he did play alice's
restaurant)
prince(main floor tickets)
indigo girls(front row tickets-gotten the night of the sold out concert for face
value)
jon secada(free front row tickets-and suprisingly entertaining even if i didn't
care for the music)
david bowie(glass spider tour)

wow, i'm suprised i went to that many.

take care,
lisa

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subject:      emily's elongated one syllable words... (fwd)

right, and, from ghost,

"can you hear it--a cry to be freeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee?
oh, i'm forever under lock and keeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeey..."

chuck stevens
dsteven1@cc.swarthmore.edu
stevens@condor.sccs.swarthmore.edu
610-690-3824

therefore, my beloved, as you have always obeyed, so now, not only as in my
presence but much more in my absence, work out your own salvation with fear
and trembling, for god is at work in you, both to will and to work for his
good pleasure.

(philippians 2:12-13)

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subject: emily's elongated one syllable words...

merry christmas to all!!!!

        i cannot resist posting about this.  you see, i now have my
christmas job at a one hour portrait studio doing lab work, so i'm in a
darkroom for about 8 hours of the day.
        but we get to listen to cds and tapes, and, of course, i'm
jamming to ig for my shift.  so i'm listening today and i think it's time
to bring up something i've been wanting to for a long time.  it's just so
damn funny to me...
        i don't know if folks have talked about this before i joined this
list back in september.  but has anyone noticed ms. saliers wonderful way
of just ssttrrreeetttcccciiinnnnggg one word for full effect?  let me
give a couple of prime examples...

        ***"virginia woolf"
                "...a hundred years later, i'm sitting here living
                        pppprrrrrooooooffffffff..."

        ***(and my favorite) prince of darkness
                "...my greatest hope, my greatest cause to
                        ggggrrrrriiiiieeeeeevvvvveeeee..."


        i know of a few more, but i'll just drop 'em one by one or let
y'all join in on this rather amusing tendency of sweet emily's.  i'm not
annoyed by it or anything, i'm not particularly making fun of her, but
it's just so funny to find it in the songs.  i don't think amy's prone to
such devices.

milking it for everything it's worth,
teri

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subject:      re: emily's ssttrreettcceedd one syllable words...:)
x-to:         sac83826@saclink1.csus.edu

in a message dated 95-12-19 06:38:37 est, you write:

>just ssttrrreeetttcccciiinnnnggg

streetcing?  is this a word?  oh you mean stretching!!!!!  ok.   hehehe
just kidding...you had me stumped for a minute there.  i thought that that
word was a lyric or something:)
take care all
rob augino

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subject:      my secret haven (2)

on dec 17 michelle wrote:

"last night for no obvious reason i decided to  light all of the
candles in my room and lay directly in front of my speakers and blast
swamp ophelia! it was a truely spiritual experience."

  one night last week i did almost the same thing!! and also had a
very spiritual experience! the only difference was that my candles
weren't in a circle. but the combination of the music (so and then
rop) and the flickering lights was almost magical....so you must be
right about people having felt you're feelings before....and will
again.

peace to all,
happy holidays!
gina

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subject:      concerts

well...i can't resist this one.

first concert:   three dog night 1973 (i was 13!)
then:            bto (bachman-turner-overdrive)

followed by a few blurry years of elp, yes, heart, jethro tull,
queen, renaissance, eagles, csn, peter frampton, john cougar,
prentenders, motels.......and more.

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>congrats! : ) my next post:
>
>do you like amy?
>check one:
>
>yes
>no

i think this survey should be re-written as:
do you like amy?
check one:

1. yes
2. oh my god! yes!!
3. well, duh.
4. does a bear s**t in the woods?
5. how can you even ask a question like that???
6. yes
7. uh huh
8. yup
9. like, you know, yeah!
10. for the stars never rise but i feel the bright eyes of the beautiful...amy
ray. and the moon never beams without bringing me dreams of the beautiful...
amy ray.
:)

folkisgruven,
lorindigo
    i           will            not        be               complacent
lorinda wright           "learn to pretend there's more than love that
lw01@lehigh.edu           matters. -e.s.
lehigh university         "the apathy of time laughs in my face
bethlehem, pa             you say each life has its place. -e.s.
    i           will            not         be              complacent

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subject:      re: first concert, first album
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in-reply-to:  <pine.lnx.3.91.951219002413.31619a-100000@step.mother.com>

how 'bout  "i got a name," or "bad bad leroy brown"

-amanda

on tue, 19 dec 1995, michael messner wrote:

> the first album i can remember having of my own was jim croce's
> photographs and memories (i had borrowed a few beatles records from my
> parents before that).  still have it, although my turntable isn't out on
> my dresser anymore.  hey there's an idea...any croce songs that ig might
> sound good covering?
>
> --mike
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subject:      concerts pt 2

...leo kotke, vladamre horowitz, leon redbone, jaco pastoriuos, zakir
hussain, elizabeth cotton, john prine, supertramp, burning spear, duke
robillard & the pleasure kings, tommy conwell, hooters, loverboy, foreigner,
donny iris, the outlaws, the gypsy kings, the neville brothers, king sunny
ade, santana, the rainforrest band, joan jett, sr vaughn, jimmy dale
gillmore, shrimp salad, shrimp cocktail, barbrqued shrimp...

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subject:      re: put me down, you crazy man!
x-to:         lw01@lehigh.edu

in a message dated 95-12-19 13:21:06 est, lw01@lehigh.edu (lorinda wright)
writes:

>. for the stars never rise but i feel the bright eyes of the beautiful...amy
>ray. and the moon never beams without bringing me dreams of the beautiful...
>amy ray.

. for the stars never rise but i feel the bright eyes of the beautiful...amy
ray. and the moon never beams without bringing me dreams of the beautiful...
amy ray.

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subject:      do you like amy?

from: cindy
i agree with the rewrite but would add..

11.  well, um, yeah

-cindy

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from:         muncho lake <bonster@alaska.net>
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at 01:06 pm 12/19/95 est, you wrote:
>do you like amy?
>check one:
>
>1. yes
...
>10. for the stars never rise but i feel the bright eyes of the beautiful...amy
>ray. and the moon never beams without bringing me dreams of the beautiful...
>amy ray.

11. more than emily?
12. better than beer?

it's a toss up, kids ;)

-bon

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subject:      favorite concerts

i thought i would put a different twist on the concert theme.
how about your favorite concert or in the spirit of the new
year, how about this years review and favorite.

-- favorite concert this year --
the newport folk festival
no question, the indigo girls were the top act.  i have to
say though, ani difranco was awesome too.  i guess i
should throw in mary chapin carpenter and joan baez as
well.

-- beyond newport , year in review --
lyons folk festival
ani difranco
grateful dead - several
phish
rem
radiators
dave mathews band
rat dog

-- all time favorite --
grateful dead with the indigo girls in eugene oregon.

-- favorite indigo girls concert --
red rocks was great and so was newport '95

as for my first concert.  i think it was santana or bread.
my first album  was peter, paul and mary.

take care ya'll,
- - howdy...

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subject:      re: do you like amy?

i like the rewrite, but add "all of the above"

- - howdy

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subject:      bury my heart at wounded knee

hi all,

    i'm new to the list, so i'd just like to say high.  i've been listening
to the ig for about 2 years now, and i just can't get enough.
    i just bought the 1200 curfews album last night, and was wondering what
people thought of the song bury my heart at wounded knee.  for some reason,
it just hits me right in the gut(maybe because i'm part native american,
myself), but its now my favorite ig song.
    also, i was wondering how i could get some of the bootleg albums.  i
don't have anything to trade :( , but i'd be willing to pay reasonable rates
for them.     thanks all.

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so what about the porn movies in the hotel?!    <seg>

love,
-me
-sheri (sstanley@infinet.com)
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              no man is a failure who has friends. -co" <hamlin@hws.edu>
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subject:      boots

hey y'all.
        it is finally snowing here!!!! i wanted to share my elation over this.
that being said, i will join whoever (i forgot who it was sorry) was asking
about boots earlier, the two they mentioned are what i'd be interested in as
well, or anything else! thanks
                                        eleanor

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subject:      first concert, first album

why not?

1st 45 bought:  "stand tall" by burton cummings
1st record:       "barry manilow live" and "even now" - had to have
'em both, right then
1st show:         stephen stills, as i recall

ok, now you know all my secrets....<s>....hey, i've seen lotsa cool
bands too ya know.  i swear, really <hahahaha>.

-lorie

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in a message dated 95-12-18 01:24:44 est, bonster@alaska.net wrote:

>so what was everyone else's first album?

dr. seuss' "horton hatches an egg"  then the first i actually bought for
myself was saturday night fever #))

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subject:      happy birthday!!!!

feliz cumpleanos newgrssss ( :} please excuse me if i got your screen name
wrong, that's how i have it transcribed :}) !!!!!!!!!!!!!!it's a beautiful
day in california and i hope you're having fun wherever you are!!!!!!   peace
on your birthday!!

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what venues in the new york, nj, pa area do the indigo girls play?

molly

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is there anyone out there who could halp me find out who joan baez's
management is.

any help would be greatly appreciated.
thanks

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in a message dated 95-12-18 11:17:28 est, lmarcini@freenet.calgary.ab.ca
(leslie) writes:

>actually, the first album i ever bought was something by a group
>called "first class".  does anyone remember a song called
>"beach baby" ??  probably not!

i do, i do!  it was one of the first singles i ever bought! :)

ok, now that i've stepped out here i guess i'll go on to say that my first
real concert (unless you count rick springfield at the county fair) was duran
duran at the oakland coliseum in 1983!  i was a late starter 'cause my folks
believed that rock concerts were seething hotbeds of drugs and evil.....but i
made up for it later by getting a job in the music biz and hanging out at
concert venues as part of the job!  so my list is much too long to include
here, but some of the highlights were:  the moody blues, u2, rem, def
leppard, michael jackson, paul mccartney, terence trent d'arby, october
project, eric clapton, billy joel, elton john, madonna, genesis, the bee
gees, pearl jam, leonard cohen, barbara streisand, and of course, indigo
girls!!!  :)

-connie

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on tue, 19 dec 1995, molly jane b murphy wrote:

> what venues in the new york, nj, pa area do the indigo girls play?
>
> molly

in philadelphia, i know they've played at the spectrum, tower theatre,
and mann music center!

mandy


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subject:      first concert/album

my last final is tomorrow, so this will probably be my last message before i sign off until next semester.

first album - vanhalen's 1984, but before that my mom would take me to bullfrog records and let me pick out 45s.  i remember buying a lot of disco.  sad, but true.  i think one of my 45s was "la freak"  wow, i feel better now that i got that true confession off of my chest.

first concert - rem on the document tour in 1987.  since then i have seen depeche mode, omd, grateful dead (3x), bruce hornsby and the range, tracy chapman (2x), jewel, peter murphy, paula cole, melissa etheridge, ani difranco, jayhawks, the who, ferron, ban de soleil, matthew sweet, ig . . . and i know i'm forgetting someone -- but that's all for now.

have a great holiday season, and a happy new year.
alycia

'cus i have had something to prove as long as i've had something that needs         improvement.
and you know that every time i move, i make a woman's movement.
and first you decide what you've got to do, and then you go out and do it.
and maybe the most that we can do is just to see each other through it.
                                                - ani difranco

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if you didn't see the subject line... i got my t-shirt today and i am
happy!! :) so happy, infact, that i was dancing around wearing it, which
caused the floor to shake and the cd player to skip... right in the
middle of reunion! ohwell - thanks jon! :) :)

cran

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i just remembered another concert--
i saw the monkees with weird al yankovich at the minnesota state fair on
august 30th, 1987.  oh, it was great.  that was my first concert of
choice, and i had begged my dad to take me, so he did, and my friend
angela too.  it was fun.  i loved the monkees so much-i always watched
their show on nickelodeon.  things change though...
-amanda

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subject:      lorindigo's amy survey....

only one thing to say:
        what about emily???

        so here's goes my emily survey sort of modeled after lorinda's...

"do you like emily saliers?"

a.  not as much as amy.
b.  is she the brunette one?
c.  not really, cause amy could beat her up in a second...(ducking flames)
d.  nah...she doesn't hardly break no strings...
e.  well...if she didn't "streec" her words in her songs (see rob a.'s post)
f.  obviously not if david letterman just breezes past her to talk to amy.

or no because she's...
g.  not angry enough
h.  too angry
i.  too politically correct
j.  not politically incorrect
k.  not cute enough to make it on the cover of "tiger beat".

        sometimes, i feel she's like the george harrison of the band or
the bill wyman.  emily saliers...the forgotten indigo girl....and there's
only two of 'em!!!  ;)

feeling like the black beans and rice,
teri

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on wed, 20 dec 1995, amanda r bakken wrote:

> i saw the monkees with weird al yankovich at the minnesota state fair on
> august 30th, 1987.  oh, it was great.  that was my first concert of

        it's about time some mentioned a good state fair concert like
amanda.  my first was the good ol' state fair too, where i witnessed the
artistic brilliance of...klymaxx (that's with the "k" the "y" and the two
"x"s...).  they sang that one song "i miss you" that everyone thought
michael jackson sang.  it was free.
        i don't know why i feel so alone, but i thought everyone had
bought a kiss album for their first one.  i bought "the elder" all by
myself, kiss' critically flamed concept album.  i had the kiss army
sticker and everything.  i remember my big brother bought kiss "alive ii"
and gene simmons was on the cover spitting up blood and it gave me
nightmares for months...actually, gene simmons was just interviewed for a
gay publication (british magazine, i think).  not that it's important,
just surprising from a man who spit blood on stage, blew fire, and sang
stuff like "i'll meet, meet you in the ladies room..."
        but then again, maybe gene simmons was just a drag artist, makeup
and all.

        emily is cool...there's my ig content.  ha!

wasted your time again, didn't i...
teri

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subject:      oops! nigc

oh shit! i don't know how that note about the porn movies got to the list.
it was a private joke intended for a friend of mine. she's probably died
from laughing by now. anyway...my apologies for posting it publicly.

-sheri (sstanley@infinet.com)
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subject:      ok...i can explain (nigc)

ok....not that anyone cares, but here's what happened...

in my mail program, when i tell it to "take" an address, it also picks up
the original address from a forwarded note (as well as the address of the
person who forwarded the note)...so, that's how the iglist address became
associated with my friend's address and when i put in her address to write
to her, i wrote to the whole damn list too! again, sorry.

i'm already getting cute little notes from folks...very funny, <g>.


-sheri (sstanley@infinet.com)
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>what venues in the new york, nj, pa area do the indigo girls play?

>molly


in pa i saw them at stabler arena on lehigh university campus,
bethlehem, ---i know they have also played at the mann music center in
phila.  and on the campus of bucknell univ. i believe they also played
at the paramount theater in nyc.

my biggest problem has always been finding out when and where they are
playing before its too late to get good tickets.....at least this year
i found out late but it wasn't fatal---got tickets, though not good
ones.

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x-to:         espresso@linux.cowland.com
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              "espresso@linux.cowland.com" at dec 18, 95 11:05:34 pm

i got this thing about emailing some address to raise money for some group
and that they wanted 25000 by years end...i would almost guess this is a
joke because anyone with a simple knowledge of unix could just write a
script to constantly mail this address. i believe last year there was a "
mail santa for charity thing" which sounds alot like this


not to spoil anyone's spirits
mike r.


....christmas, when is the project due for that??? shit another thing to do
before i go home for break.

                               - overheard in a final for a class

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subject:      some cover tapes sent out

i apologize to those to whom this does not pertain.

if you are a scorpio, cancer or international person, and your name is
one of those below, your cover tape is being sent out tomorrow:

i-girl (2)
sherlyn
bill pannifer
jean kniese
jen beam
jack mitchell
tim cox
lorie driscoll
chris antolini
jennifer courage
drew vogel
james wilkerson
aneeza agha
l. marciniak


if you are one of the following people, your cover tape might go out this
week, but maybe not.  if it doesn't go out this week, it own't be until
january (sorry):

tobye rae nelson
bob retelle
nicole mccarthy
yun lien
lisa ross
nancy humphries
joye mcburnett
joseph moberly
the person who just sent her sase which is in my car now
the person who sent the sase a while ago which is under my desk (yikes!)


if you are anyone else, and if you didn't sent your sase within the last
week and a half (maybe two), then i don't have it.

happy chanukkah, merry christmas, happy kwanzaa, enjoy the solstice.
margaret

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  "all those voices, they whisper through my walls, they talk of falling
fast, they say i'm losing it all, they say i'm running blind, to love of
my own, but i'll be walking proud, i'll sing what i still own.  i fell on
  my knees to kiss your land, but you are so far down i can't even see to
    stand up."  amy (goddess) ray
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        richard thompson with danny thompson on acoustic bass, at variety
playhouse. i love acoustic duos (and envy padraic for seeing
wasserman/weir so many times- wasserman was scheduled to play atlanta,
but broke his arm at woodstock.)
        best concert in last 10 years: miles davis at grant park in
atlanta at the jazz festival. (free, btw!) an *amazing* band. miles was
healthy, but tired; this was not long before he died. so even though he
didn't play much, he pushed that band. a truly unforgettable sax solo.
        best concert ever: that's tough. yes in the round in 1979? led
zeppelin in a velodrome in koln germany in 1980 or 81? count basie in my
high-school gym? the two weeks i spent playing for gerard mchugh while we
opened the midwest leg of the rites of passage tour?
        many more candidates occur to me, but i'm outa here...
-chris

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date:         wed, 20 dec 1995 13:01:02 -0500
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sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         courtney reeve <courtchea@aol.com>
subject:      re: incarnations

actually, i had a humanities core for a while (as in the last two years) and
it was pretty intensive.  in fact, it was taught by the dean and all of our
section/discussions were led by professors.  anyway, we studied plato and
aristotle and it was all really quite interesting.  plato's republic is about
a republic (well, obviously), but it is really a metaphor for a human being.
interpret all the pieces necessary for a good republic to be everything that
a human must strive for in order to achieve good (good=the golden mean,
nothing in excess).  aristotle talks about his views on reincarnation and
dying and such, but i just can't recall it all right now--the semester just
ended!  my brain is on break...

anyway, you probably didn't want that philosophy lesson, but yeah, it can be
tough to understand at first.  i do recommend aristotle's nicomachean ethics,
though, as a little handbook to life.  then, of course, take it for what you
will, and come up with your own philosophy of life.

one more thing, in whatever song it is (i can't think right now, but maybe
10,000 wars song), does anyone else think of gestalt when they hear the line
"started seeing the whole as a sum of its parts"??  maybe i should just not
think about school again until next semester...

court

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date:         wed, 20 dec 1995 02:55:43 -0500
reply-to:     dory doering - faculty services coordinator <doryd@tourolaw.edu>
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from:         dory doering - faculty services coordinator <doryd@tourolaw.edu>
subject:      nigc - folk recommendations - thank you

ooops, forgot this one.  thanks too to all of you who wrote with your
recommendations for women's folk artists and your offer of tapes.

-dory

p.s. i plan on acquiring almost all of your recommendations at some point in
the next year or two (most likely on my own - thanks anyway) and will report
back to you on what i think.

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date:         wed, 20 dec 1995 02:52:48 -0500
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from:         dory doering - faculty services coordinator <doryd@tourolaw.edu>
subject:      nigc - cat thank you

just wanted to say thanks to all of you who responded to my plea for help about
my cat.  i really appreciate all of your advice and support.

-dory

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date:         wed, 20 dec 1995 16:36:38 -0600
reply-to:     brooke j primont <bprimon@mailhost.tcs.tulane.edu>
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from:         brooke j primont <bprimon@mailhost.tcs.tulane.edu>
subject:      re: ig concert locations
x-to:         molly jane b murphy <julj03a@prodigy.com>
in-reply-to:  <091.07065063.julj03a@prodigy.com>

being from nyc, i can help you out only in that location:
they've played at the bottom line, the beacon, and last year at radio city.
happy holidays!!!
-brooke

on tue, 19 dec 1995, molly jane b murphy wrote:

> what venues in the new york, nj, pa area do the indigo girls play?
>
> molly
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