lifeblood: listlogs: 1996-01e


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date:         sun, 28 jan 1996 03:22:45 -0500
reply-to:     janinsdale@aol.com
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from:         jan stevens <janinsdale@aol.com>
subject:      re: musical (minimal ig content)
x-to:         oracle1310@aol.com

absolutely!!!!!!  amy singing "greased lightning" and emily's heart wrenching
performance of "hopelessly devoted to you!"

great idea oracle!!!

jan

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date:         sun, 28 jan 1996 14:55:18 +0000
reply-to:     matthew j smith <mts5@aber.ac.uk>
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from:         matthew j smith <mts5@aber.ac.uk>
subject:      picture of amy giving chickenman speech?

last year two people sent the chickenman stream of consciousness to the
list, and i've put it on my web page
(http://www.aber.ac.uk/~mts5/amysoc.html).   what would make this even
better is if someone had a picture (preferably a jpg or a gif) of amy giving
this stream of consciousness ... can anyone help me here?

mat
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date:         sun, 28 jan 1996 11:21:45 -0500
reply-to:     renee l grebe <grebe+@cmu.edu>
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from:         renee l grebe <grebe+@cmu.edu>
subject:      i was wondering...

ok, this is a question for anyone who attended the indigo girls concert
in erie pa, last year, april 15th...

is the song that ferron sung (i think as her encore) with the indigo
girls "it won't take long?"  now that i'm listening to that spirit of
'73 cd, i think that i remember ferron singing it!  and i remember at
the concert that i really liked it, and i just can't remember if i'm
just dreaming, or if they sung it there...

anyone that can help me put my sanity straight, please let me know!
thanks!
renee

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date:         sun, 28 jan 1996 14:27:49 -0600
reply-to:     und_tlf@hal.lamar.edu
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from:         "tracy l. fears" <und_tlf@hal.lamar.edu>
subject:      guess who i met??

everyone: pay attention

i have met the chickenman
he's a bum that comes into my workplace every once in a while
well, everytime i look at him he reminds me of those two lines
"he sold me junk and conversation, he was wise and dirty from the
weather"
any way, it's been cold here thanks to mother nature's fickleness and
i made him a pot of coffee and sat down with him to chit chat because
he looked like he didn't have a friend in the world...
he just rambled on and said whatever came off the top of his head
for instance, the t.v. was on channel 4 and he simply said,
"channel 4....we interupt....this broadcast....for a special announcement"
jesus, help me, this man doesn't have much to hold on to except for
what's left of his mind
i gave him a huge paper cup full of coffee before he left because he
only had one glove and nothing to warm himself except the shirt on his
back
if i had a pair of gloves i would've given them to him
i'm gonna keep a jacket and some gloves for him at work, meanwhile
i hope he just has a place to lay his head and keep warm...
maybe he was brought in my life to make me proud of the things i have
i cried a few days ago about my amy picture being torn to shreds...
at least i have a bed....
i feel awful that i made such a fud
ooops
fuss over a silly picture
i can draw another...
i'm so grateful that i have a roof and a warm bed and clothes for my
body, not to mention all the things that my mother has provided for
me to entertain myself with (i.e. tv, radio, 2 vcrs....*sighs*)
i wish i could've given him more, but i sincerely hope that the coffee
i gave him kept him warm for a while
i couldn't even sleep knowing that he was walking somewhere trying to
find some place to rest and hoping that coffee would stay warm for just
five more minutes....
so before sleep finally graced my weary body, i prayed that god would
take care of him.....and i'm not the kind of person who prays much
i hope some of you out there will remember him in your prayers for me
thanks for listening and have a good day
counting my blessings,
sal-ray

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date:         sun, 28 jan 1996 12:44:19 -0800
reply-to:     derek keith moulaison <frisco@uclink2.berkeley.edu>
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from:         derek keith moulaison <frisco@uclink2.berkeley.edu>
subject:      nigc: caroline aiken in no. cal!
x-to:         renee l grebe <grebe+@cmu.edu>
in-reply-to:  <4l2u_nm00iv_m20exq@andrew.cmu.edu>

hey all northern california people, (and everyone else too), just to let
people now that:

caroline aiken will be at morgan's cafe in monterey, ca on february 10th!!

this cafe is a great, small venue to hear music. if anyone else is going
and you might like to meet up let me know. take care,

derek

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date:         sun, 28 jan 1996 15:40:32 -0600
reply-to:     "lisa a. cholak" <lacholak@artsci.wustl.edu>
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from:         "lisa a. cholak" <lacholak@artsci.wustl.edu>
subject:      ig at purdue???
in-reply-to:  <199601280505.aaa27490@netspace.org>

i haven't read any of the posts in a long while because i
am having a computer aversion, but i heard from my lil' sister that the
ig's are going to be playing at purdue university in the next month or so
and i was wondering if there is any truth to this rumor.  (i also heard
that the u. of illinois was a possibility).  if anyone has any info. on
tour dates or anything please let me know (i was under the impression
that they weren't touring for about a year or so but...am i wrong?)

i apologize if this turns out to be rumor.  i also apologize if this has
already been brought up.

i hope that it's true :)

sing, sing, sing,

lisa

(lacholak@artsci.wustl.edu)

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date:         sun, 28 jan 1996 16:03:15 -0600
reply-to:     rebecca gaukroger <gaukroge@uiuc.edu>
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from:         rebecca gaukroger <gaukroge@uiuc.edu>
subject:      re: ig at purdue???
in-reply-to:  <pine.nxt.3.91.960128153219.8058a-100000@papaya>

i hope you realize that this short, seemingly harmless phrase has made me
into a grinning, over-excited, loud-mouthed hooligan......

> that the u. of illinois was a possibility).

oh, the power of words.....

rebecca.
(who is already fearing the inevitable, "u of i??  good lord no.  who in
their right minds would play there?).

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     "a dreamer is one who can only find his way by moonlight, and his
     punishment is that he sees the dawn before the rest of the world"
                                                        oscar wilde

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date:         sun, 28 jan 1996 16:41:14 -0600
reply-to:     rebecca gaukroger <gaukroge@uiuc.edu>
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from:         rebecca gaukroger <gaukroge@uiuc.edu>
subject:      spot the ig content and win a prize!
in-reply-to:  <pine.sola.3.91.960128160009.28451c-100000@ux4.cso.uiuc.edu>

today started off as an ordinary, quiet sunday for me.  but this
afternoon, bizarre, unexplainable (is that a word?  it is now) occurences
have completely changed the tone of the day...

while sorting out my laundry, i found a load of things that i thought i'd
left at home before coming out here.  important things, like piccallili
(add as many 'l's as you see fit), rizlas, one earring, marmite....

laundry: an ordinary sunday job.  i nearly washed my plane ticket home to
britain (i have a tendency to wash important little bits of paper), but
saved it just in time.
my washing machine decided it wasn't going to work. i left it for half an
hour.  it works now.

e-mailing: to pass the time while my washing spins around...and lo and
behold someone says that maybe, just maybe, the igs are playing at the
uni. of illinois.  no one plays at the u of i.

when excitedly phoning up all of my friends to tell them the 'news', i
fiddle around with my discman, which hasn't worked since i dropped it on
friday, and it decided to work.  now i can play 'spirit of 73'.

having excitedly phoned around all of my friends to tell them the 'news',
my roommate reminds me that she works at the u of i ticket office, and
could therefore get me mightily splendid seats (at the concert that we
know all too well isn't really going to happen, but i can dream).

what's going to happen next????

rebecca.

btw: has anyone got the chords for 'it won't take long' (if anyone has,
then the weirdness continues...do you want to be a part of this???).

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     "a dreamer is one who can only find his way by moonlight, and his
     punishment is that he sees the dawn before the rest of the world"
                                                        oscar wilde

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date:         sun, 28 jan 1996 17:20:06 cst
reply-to:     naz <nazman@iastate.edu>
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from:         naz <nazman@iastate.edu>
subject:      re: spot the ig content and win a prize!
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in-reply-to:  your message of "sun, 28 jan 1996 16:41:14 cst."
              <pine.sola.3.91.960128162752.13205b-100000@ux4.cso.uiuc.edu>

*waving hand wildly in attempt to catch rebecca's attention*

i know! i know! you said...

>e-mailing: to pass the time while my washing spins around...and lo and
>behold someone says that maybe, just maybe, the igs are playing at the
>uni. of illinois.  no one plays at the u of i.

i know i don't, but that's not important... would be really cool if ig
did (they do seem to have a soft spot for off-beat towns like ames,
thank god...)  uofill is easy roadtripping distance.  i'm kind of a
doubting naz on this one, though would be happy to be convinced!

>could therefore get me mightily splendid seats (at the concert that we
>know all too well isn't really going to happen, but i can dream).

would that be the prize?  maybe possibly splendid seats at the ig's
improbability 96 tour?  cool.

>what's going to happen next????

well, i'm going to leave work |] (done with overtime and ready for some
curfews!)

>rebecca.
>
>btw: has anyone got the chords for 'it won't take long' (if anyone has,
>then the weirdness continues...do you want to be a part of this???).

that is one righteous rockin song, to be sure.

i have it mostly figured out, in am - f - g for the most part, uncapoed
i think (can't recall right now and the cd and my guitar are 15 miles
away...)  i think the intro is dm - am - g - f ...gosh, could i be any
more helpful right now?  maybe, i guess, if i quit squandering bandwidth
on maybes and guesses...

anyway, if some other kind soul doesn't get the words and chords posted
before i get to it, i'll see what i can do.  (seem to remember some kind
soul already posting it, come to think of it... anyone?)

take care,
naz,
  long accustomed to being a part of the weirdness...

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date:         sun, 28 jan 1996 15:51:42 -0800
reply-to:     scot ninnemann <scotjohn@leland.stanford.edu>
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from:         scot ninnemann <scotjohn@leland.stanford.edu>
subject:      good news good news
in-reply-to:  <pine.sola.3.91.960128162752.13205b-100000@ux4.cso.uiuc.edu>

ok y'all,

i found something goooooooooood accidentally while eating my burrito and
reading the available literature at the local bueno bueno burritoria. =)

according to the dec 13, 1995 issue of pro sound news, the indigo girls
were *ahem* "tracking for epic release" last month at long view farm
studios in north brookfield, ma!!!  pro sound news is a pretty reliable
industry mag, (although it quite humorously listed their manager, russel
carter, as the producer?!) so it looks like the ball has begun
rolling on the next indigo girls studio album.

it'll be a while before it hits the stores.  even if all the basic tracks
were done already, there'd still be all the endless sessions of overdubs
(considering how complex the swamp ophelia recordings tended to be!) and
then the long process of mixdown, then mastering, pressing, and shipping
the album.  just as a _wild_guess_, i think i'd estimate sometime around
november, but don't quote me on that... the point being that it's
certainly not going to be any sooner.  at any rate, just knowing the
process has started makes me smile real big.

scot

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date:         sun, 28 jan 1996 19:22:04 est
reply-to:     lorinda wright <lw01@lehigh.edu>
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from:         lorinda wright <lw01@lehigh.edu>
subject:      re: indicated iii has begun!
x-to:         rob_sticka@ccmail.gsfc.nasa.gov

rob, ok, i have a couple of songs i'm going to send to you for indicated iii.
they'll be _in_the_mail_ tomorrow morning, (monday), so i hope that's ok. not
that they're great or anything, it's just that i have them now, and i thought
i might as well contribute, though i know i'm gonna laugh at this 6 months
from now! :) now, i'm almost positive i still have your address at home
somewhere, but just in case, could ya send it to me again? thanks,

folkisgruven,
lorinda

    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:         sun, 28 jan 1996 20:56:16 -0500
reply-to:     oracle1310@aol.com
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from:         rick b sayre <oracle1310@aol.com>
subject:      re: musical (minimal ig content)
x-to:         janinsdale@aol.com

:) another suggestion (getting into this thread now):

big river.

i just heard this musical for the first time this weekend and it's wonderful.
the story hit me really close to home and it's just had a profound affect on
me.  amy as huck and emily as tom?? i don't know how you'd cast it, but can
you imagine a&e singing roger miller's songs?

oracle

*far beyond horizons i have seen
beyond the things i've been
beyond the dreams i've dreamed
are the things i've done
in fact each and every one
is the way that i was taught to run....
i have lived in darkness for so long
i am waitin' for the light to shine...*

-roger miller from *big river*

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date:         mon, 29 jan 1996 00:30:34 -0500
reply-to:     janinsdale@aol.com
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from:         jan stevens <janinsdale@aol.com>
subject:      re: guess who i met??
x-to:         und_tlf@hal.lamar.edu

in a message dated 96-01-28 15:42:31 est, und_tlf@hal.lamar.edu (tracy l.
fears) writes:

> hope some of you out there will remember him in your prayers for me
>thanks for listening and have a good day
>counting my blessings,

definitely!

jan

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date:         mon, 29 jan 1996 10:14:20 gmt+1
reply-to:     h.burningham@ulst.ac.uk
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from:         helene burningham <h.burningham@ulst.ac.uk>
organization: university of ulster
subject:      this train

i heard a version of 'this train' on the radio last night...bummer dj
didn't say who it was by, but it sounded old, and the only lyrics
were 'this train is bound for glory' and then something about about
children.  it was kind of gospel-like.  totally wierd when i realised
what song it was.

anyway, it doesn't really help matters, but what the hell!!

see you later

helene

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date:         sun, 28 jan 1996 15:10:25 gmt
reply-to:     mr neil hunt <ph21nh@surrey.ac.uk>
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from:         mr neil hunt <ph21nh@surrey.ac.uk>
subject:      later with jools holland...
x-to:         rbc31@dial.pipex.com

i could prolly find the date for the show (it was in
q or rc recently...)

but a&em performed three hits and galileo (i think...)
and then sang backup on mcc's the hard way...

somewhere i have a copy, i'm sure...

@}--,--'--

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date:         sat, 27 jan 1996 15:36:55 gmt
reply-to:     mr neil hunt <ph21nh@surrey.ac.uk>
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from:         mr neil hunt <ph21nh@surrey.ac.uk>
x-to:         medu4036@liverpool.ac.uk

>are there any plans for a british tour by the indigo-girls in the coming
>year(s)?

no.

>thanks,

you're welcome.

@}-,--'---

after the next album maybe...which won't be 'till '97 or sometime
like that...so...

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date:         fri, 26 jan 1996 16:06:34 gmt
reply-to:     neil <ph21nh@surrey.ac.uk>
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from:         neil <ph21nh@surrey.ac.uk>
subject:      re: where's the watershed?
x-to:         seffy@epic.co.uk

heys :)

first up...what was the free so promo single that the
iggies office was giving away with $25 orders...
anything good/worthwhile on it??

>does anyone know if the 'watershed' video is available in the uk?  i've
>tried to order it through hmv with no luck.  if i can find out the
>distribution company then they may be able to import it.

nope :) 'snot...it's only available on nstc import
(unless it got put out in australia or somewhere,
which i haven't heard...)

>failing that, i'd be happy to trade a copy of their shepherd's bush empire
>gig - i can handle pal to ntsc conversions if need be.

that's the same show as the disney special in the
states...with chickenman replacing dead man's hill
etc...just in case people are taking notes somewhere..

(oh, and if anyone in the states has a spare copy, or
can make one (us format- for a special friend of mine
who should really see it...) then gimme holler...

@}--,--'--

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date:         mon, 29 jan 1996 10:12:59 gmt
reply-to:     mr neil hunt <ph21nh@surrey.ac.uk>
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from:         mr neil hunt <ph21nh@surrey.ac.uk>
subject:      re: i was wondering...
x-to:         grebe+@cmu.edu

>is the song that ferron sung (i think as her encore) with the indigo
>girls "it won't take long?"  now that i'm listening to that spirit of
>'73 cd, i think that i remember ferron singing it!  and i remember at
>the concert that i really liked it, and i just can't remember if i'm
>just dreaming, or if they sung it there...

i wasn't at the show you were, but at the two i did
go to, it was an indigo girls encore that ferron
joined in on (as she did with closer to fine...)

and, imvho the live version kicks the studio into the
weeds...

@}--,-'--'

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date:         mon, 29 jan 1996 12:13:23 gmt+1
reply-to:     h.burningham@ulst.ac.uk
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from:         helene burningham <h.burningham@ulst.ac.uk>
organization: university of ulster
subject:      re: ig on vid

i've noticed a lot of talk about ig videos recently.  how many are
there exactly, and how many are available in the uk.  i have no ig on
video and am seriously thinking of renting boys on the side again,
just so that i can catch a glimpse of them.  is there anyone in the
uk who has copies of their tv appearances who's willing to copy them
for me.  i'll do anything (i think) because at the moment the only
image i have of a & e is from cd pictures and the aforementioned
film.

ok enough whinging....

see you later

helene

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date:         mon, 29 jan 1996 12:15:58 gmt+1
reply-to:     h.burningham@ulst.ac.uk
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from:         helene burningham <h.burningham@ulst.ac.uk>
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subject:      an afterthought...

is the 'spirit of '73' cd available in the uk.


(cool year...i was born!!!)

thanks

helene

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date:         mon, 29 jan 1996 07:21:37 est
reply-to:     mr rodney s wicker <rucr57a@prodigy.com>
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from:         mr rodney s wicker <rucr57a@prodigy.com>
subject:      ig new recording?
x-to:         scotjohn@leland.stanford.edu

>ok y'all,

>i found something goooooooooood accidentally while eating my burrito
and
>reading the available literature at the local bueno bueno burritoria.
=)

>according to the dec 13, 1995 issue of pro sound news, the indigo
girls
>were *ahem* "tracking for epic release" last month at long view
farm
>studios in north brookfield, ma!!!  pro sound news is a pretty
reliable
>industry mag, (although it quite humorously listed their manager,
russel
>carter, as the producer?!) so it looks like the ball has begun
>rolling on the next indigo girls studio album.

>it'll be a while before it hits the stores.  even if all the basic
tracks
>were done already, there'd still be all the endless sessions of
overdubs
>(considering how complex the swamp ophelia recordings tended to be!)
and
>then the long process of mixdown, then mastering, pressing, and
shipping
>the album.  just as a _wild_guess_, i think i'd estimate sometime
around
>november, but don't quote me on that... the point being that it's
>certainly not going to be any sooner.  at any rate, just knowing
the
>process has started makes me smile real big.

scot, i hate to burst your bubble, but that article is about an old
recording
session, not a new one!!!

the recording they did at long view farm was for the studio version
of
bury my heart at wounded knee on 1200 curfews.  the listed producers
on the album were indigo girls and russell carter.  the article is
not
inaccurate, just old!!!!

in other news, i think that ig playing at purdue is a rumor.  i will
treat it as
such until i hear different.  ig has confirmed that they will only
play newport,
the new orleans jazz festival on a place to be determined later.  the
place
may be purdue, but please, don't hold your breath!!

a lot of rumors are going to be reported in light of no new ig
activity.  please
remember that most of these stories are wishful thinking.  nothing
wrong
with that, but let's report rumors as rumors and facts
as facts!!!!!

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date:         mon, 29 jan 1996 09:07:24 est
reply-to:     matt gilarde <mattg@bedford.progress.com>
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from:         matt gilarde <mattg@bedford.progress.com>
subject:      rare ig items for auction

hi. i am auctioning the following indigo girls lps and cds.  minimum
bids are listed after the condition.


lps
---
rites of passage        eas4526  m- $150 cover handpainted/signed by amy
land of canaan + 5 live eas1861  m-  $25 promo
nomads*indians*saints   aer46820 m-  $25 white label promo

cds
---
general foods
coffee house sessions            m  $250  radio interview w/4 live songs
shades of indigo        esk2201  m   $35  promo, purple cover
shades of indigo        esk2201  m   $35  promo, orange cover


the rules
---------

the bidding will end 12:00pm (noon) est on february 15, 1996.
payment must be made by money order.
free shipping by usps priority mail.

mail bids to mattg@bedford.progress.com

i will tell you the current highest bid or more information about any
item if you write to me.  bidders will be notified if a higher bid has
been received.  winners will be notified february 16, 1996.

thanks,
matt

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reply-to:     ** craig cook ** <cookca@cs.purdue.edu>
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subject:      ig at purdue?!
in-reply-to:  <9601290907.zm25519@java>

so what's the scoop???  are they or aren't they?

craig

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subject:      fwd: electronic petition for arts funding (fwd)
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long post warning!!!!!

this was forwarded to me, and i thought people on the list might be
interested.  my apologies for taking so much bandwidth.

ben hay
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forwarded message:
from:   megree@mail.wm.edu (meg greenspoon)
to:     lizardks@aol.com, jlittle106@aol.com, hayben@aol.com, jds@aip.org,
jameschel@aol.com, kf@dejlaw.com, tom@opus.cais.com, simmonsa@wam.umd.edu,
knwall@birds.wm.edu, sasmi2@mail.wm.edu, alcoat@mail.wm.edu,
glennjb@falcon.jmu.edu, hdtatu@mail.wm.edu, mmeggl@mail.wm.edu
date: 96-01-28 23:14:57 est


pbs, npr (national public radio), and the arts are facing major cutbacks in
funding.  in spite of the efforts of each station to reduce spending
costs and streamline their services, the government officials believe
that the funding currently going to these programs is too large a portion
of funding for something which is seen as "unworthwhile".  currently,
taxes from the general public for pbs equal $1.12 per person per year,
and the national endowment for the arts equals $.64 a year in total.
a january 1995 cnn/usa today/gallup poll indicated that 76% of americans
wish to keep funding for pbs, third only to national defense and law
enforcement as the most valuable programs for federal funding.

each year, the senate and house appropriations committees each have 13
subcommittees with jurisdiction over many programs and agencies.  each
subcommittee passes its own appropriation bill.  the goal each year is to
have each bill signed by the beginning of the fiscal year, which is
october 1.  in the instance of the corporation of public broadcasting,
the bill determines the funding for the next three years. when this issue
comes up in 1996, the funding will be determined for fiscal years
1996-1998.

the only way that our representatives can be aware of the base of support
for pbs and funding for these types of programs is by making our voices
heard.  please add your name to this list if you believe in what we stand
for.  this list will be forwarded to the president of the united states,
the vice president of the united states, and representative newt
gingrich, who is the instigator of the action to cut funding to these
worthwhile programs.

if you happen to be the 50th, 100th, 150th, etc. signer of this petition,
please forward a copy to wein2688@blue.univnorthco.edu. if that address
is inoperative, please send it to kubi7975@blue.univnorthco.edu.  this
way we can keep track of the lists and organize them.  forward this to
everyone you know, and help us to keep these programs alive.

thank you.

- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

1.)  elizabeth weinert, student, university of northern colorado,
     greeley, colorado.

2.)  robert m. penn; san francisco, ca

3.)  gregory s. williamson, san francisco, ca

4.)  daniel c. knightly, austin, tx

5.)  andrew h. knightly, los angeles, ca

6.)  aaron c. yeater, somerville, ma

7.)  tobie m. cornejo, washington, dc

8.) john t. mason, dalton, ma

9.) eric w. fish, williamstown, ma

10.) courtney e. estill, hamilton college, ny

11.) vanessa moore, northfield, mn

12.) lynne raschke, haverford college, pa
     (originally minnesota)

13.) deborah bielak, haverford, pa

14.) morgan lloyd, haverford, pa 19041

15.) galen lloyd, goucher college, md

16.) brian eastwood, university of vermont, vt

17.) elif batuman, harvard university, ma

18) kohar jones, yale university, ct

19.) claudia brittenham, yale university, ct

20.) alexandra block, yale university, ct

21.) susanna chu, yale university, ct

22.) michelle chen, harvard university, ma

23.) jessica hammer, harvard university, ma

24.) ann pettigrew, haverford college, pa

25)  kirstin knox, swarthmore college, pa

26)  jason adler, swarthmore college, pa

27)  daniel gottlieb, swarthmore college (but truly from lawrence, ks)

28) josh feltman, tufts university, ma

29)  louise forrest, massachusetts institute of technology, ma

30) hongsup park, massachusetts institute of technology, ma
    (originally from portage, wisconsin)

31) ana sandoval,massachusetts institute of technology

32) katherine navarrete, massachusetts institute of technology

33) mandisa washington, massachusetts institute of technology

34) stephen balzac, san francisco, ca

35) howard yermish, los angeles, ca

36) danielle yermish, los angeles, ca

37) david s. lefkowitz, university of california - los angeles.

38) jennifer higdon, curtis institute of music, philadelphia, pa

39) melissa hui, stanford university, stanford, ca

40) robert glick, san francisco ca

41) laura carmichael, san francisco, ca

42 and 43) dorothy stone and stephen l. mosko  green valley, ca

44) erika duke-kirkpatrick, newhall, ca

45) tom lopez, austin, tx

46) russell pinkston, austin, tx

47) james m. dungan,  staunton, va.

48) j. elizabeth pinkston, staunton, va.

49) john d. lane, staunton, va

50)  frank g. dunn, lynchburg, va

51) jane c. weidig, cleveland, oh

52) paula womack, chapel hill, nc

53) terri l. willard, allen, tx

54) leah n. niederstadt, harbor springs, mi

55) andrew p. wildenberg, west branch, ia

56) neal d. cardwell, west branch, ia

57) marian e. greenspoon, arlington, va

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date:         mon, 29 jan 1996 11:45:43 est
reply-to:     lorinda wright <lw01@lehigh.edu>
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from:         lorinda wright <lw01@lehigh.edu>
subject:      re: indicated iii has begun!

ok folks, now it's my turn to apologize for sending private mail to the list.
*kick, kick* i'm sure you're all thrilled to learn about my indicated iii
tape. bet you were on the edge of your seats for that one! my only excuse is
that i was replying to an old message from the old list where the replys got
sent list-wide, and i, um, forgot. oops. i'm now trying desperately to think
of some igc. haven't heard any ig in a grocery store lately. (haven't been
_in_ a grocery store lately so...) don't know what the next album will be
called...hey, there's an idea. let's guess! how about: "loungin' in las vegas"
or "my hair, hair, hair."  just a thought.

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:         shannon shevock <slsst2@stulab.sfcpa.edu>
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subject:      nigc at all

okay, y'all,

        if you could be any flavor of ice cream, what would it be and
why?  have fun with this one, be creative.  there are no rules!
:)

                                    peace and bless you,
                                    shannon shevock (yamaha)

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in-reply-to:  <3a168f12d5d@stulab.sfcpa.edu> from "shannon shevock" at jan 29,
              96 11:46:20 am

if you are going to respond to this one, please do it through private
e-mail.  this doesn't belong on this list.

>
> okay, y'all,
>
>         if you could be any flavor of ice cream, what would it be and
> why?  have fun with this one, be creative.  there are no rules!
> :)
>
>                                     peace and bless you,
>                                     shannon shevock (yamaha)
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reply-to:     "karen vaughan (bio)" <kvaughan@chuma.cas.usf.edu>
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from:         "karen vaughan (bio)" <kvaughan@chuma.cas.usf.edu>
subject:      greetings!!!!

        hey everyone..just wanted to say hi there, i just subscribed to
the ig list...i have been listening to the "girls" since about 1990, when
i first heard ctf...i am going to school at university of south fl.
working on a degree in biology..i hope to be accepted to med. school next
year..anyone on the list in florida??? i would like to hear from you..by
the way, when will ig be in fl. again???

                karen

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from:         matthew j smith <mts5@aber.ac.uk>
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>if you are going to respond to this one, please do it through private
>e-mail.  this doesn't belong on this list.

oh, come off it!   loads of nigc stuff has been put over the list before,
including jokes.   if people don't like nigc then they don't have to read
it.   who are you anyway?   i've never seen you post anything yet you're
telling people what they can and can't post.   how rude.

mat
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|  matthew j smith   |  "[the priest] said that if you have to work    |
|  mts5@aber.ac.uk   |      for anyone, an absentee boss is best."     |
|                    |         - jeannette winterson, "the passion"    |
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from:         "tracy l. fears" <und_tlf@hal.lamar.edu>
subject:      ice cream and indigo

what was i going to say??? shoot...well, in answer to shannon's ice
cream question, if i could be any flavor of ice cream, i'd be the
flavor in amy's bowl.....

well, it was creative!!!!

ohyeah, i remember what i was gonna say...
what's all the background convo in i don't wanna know
what i hear is "get off the stage....i can't talk to ya....i really
gotta go..."
something like that...
anybody know what's being said????
thanks
sal-ray

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from:         rick b sayre <oracle1310@aol.com>
subject:      re: indicated iii has begun!
x-to:         lw01@lehigh.edu

in a message dated 96-01-29 12:15:00 est, lw01@lehigh.edu (lorinda wright)
writes:

>don't know what the next album will be
>called...hey, there's an idea. let's guess! how about: "loungin' in las
>vegas"
>or "my hair, hair, hair."  just a thought.

*interesting cover up, lorinda! ;)*

but i think the title ought to be
"moo".

~*oracle*~
-waiting for the light to shine

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from:         jim fagan <fagan@austin.ibm.com>
subject:      re: nigc at all
in-reply-to:  <199601291906.naa84189@netmail1.austin.ibm.com> from "matthew j
              smith" at jan 29, 96 07:01:35 pm

>
> >if you are going to respond to this one, please do it through private
> >e-mail.  this doesn't belong on this list.
>
> oh, come off it!   loads of nigc stuff has been put over the list before,
> including jokes.   if people don't like nigc then they don't have to read
> it.   who are you anyway?   i've never seen you post anything yet you're
> telling people what they can and can't post.   how rude.

i've already responded to mat privately, before i knew this was going
to the list.  so now i feel like i need to respond to the whole list.

does anyone really think we need to read 40-50 responses that say
vanilla, chocolate, rocky road, cookies-n-cream, etc?  what's the point?
sure, it could be fun, but someone should collect responses through
private e-mail, and then one post with the responses would satisfy
everyones curiosity.

what's next?  if you were a butterfly, which type would you be?

just trying to clean up the content of this mailing list.....


>
> mat
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> |  matthew j smith   |  "[the priest] said that if you have to work    |
> |  mts5@aber.ac.uk   |      for anyone, an absentee boss is best."     |
> |                    |         - jeannette winterson, "the passion"    |
> |----------------------------------------------------------------------|
> |    billy bragg / indigo girls info:  http://www.aber.ac.uk/~mts5/    |
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>


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from:         miranda detore <inxsive@u.washington.edu>
subject:      re: where's the watershed?
x-to:         neil <ph21nh@surrey.ac.uk>
in-reply-to:  <199601261606.qaa20519@pierre.ph.surrey.ac.uk>

the free promo cd with the $25 orders from the fan club was a cd single
of reunion.  one song, one version.... no biggie!

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from:         kristina cizas <kcizas@cgrg.ohio-state.edu>
subject:      re: nigc at all
x-to:         matthew j smith <mts5@aber.ac.uk>
in-reply-to:  <199601291904.oaa12824@netspace.org>

on mon, 29 jan 1996, matthew j smith wrote:

> >if you are going to respond to this one, please do it through private
> >e-mail.  this doesn't belong on this list.
>
> oh, come off it!   loads of nigc stuff has been put over the list before,
> including jokes.   if people don't like nigc then they don't have to read
> it.

*sigh* although it's been said by many people many times before, it bears
saying again.

there are a number of people who get charged either for time online,
number (or size) of messages, or both. they've subscribed to a list to
discuss indigo girls. nigc messages can certainly be ignored, but they
still have to be paid for. if those nigc messages are in a digest, it's
even worse - having to page past pages of trash to get to a glimmer of
information is frustrating, time consuming and expensive.

re-think your definitions of rude. think about others in the community
that you're in, not just about yourself and what you'd like to see,
before you post something.

best,
kristina

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from:         scot ninnemann <scotjohn@leland.stanford.edu>
subject:      re: ig new recording?
x-to:         mr rodney s wicker <rucr57a@prodigy.com>
in-reply-to:  <013.09789710.rucr57a@prodigy.com>

> >according to the dec 13, 1995 issue of pro sound news, the indigo
> >girls were *ahem* "tracking for epic release" last month at long view
> >farm studios in north brookfield, ma!!!

> scot, i hate to burst your bubble, but that article is about an old
> recording session, not a new one!!! the recording they did at long view
> farm was for the studio version of bury my heart at wounded knee on
> 1200 curfews.  the listed producers on the album were indigo girls
> and russell carter.  the article is not inaccurate, just old!!!!
> let's report rumors as rumors and facts as facts!!!!!

my apologies if this turns out to be nothing more than the bmhawk
session... see, i thought of that!  but, pro sound said they were tracking
in _december_, a month _after_ the release of 1200 curfews... since i
embarrassingly don't have 1200c yet, can anyone tell me if there are
dates listed in there for the bmhawk recording session?  if it was a
quick one-day thing in early november, for instance, pro sound may well be
just slow to report (grrrr.)  if it was a couple months earlier, however, i
think we may have a case for new material being tracked.

scot

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from:         dianne <dianne@uci.edu>
subject:      re: indicated iii has begun!
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in-reply-to:  <960129140537_409354328@emout06.mail.aol.com>

rick?

if ghost is on it, would we just call it: "boo"?
(never mind if hammer and a nail is on it, then we'd call it "do"!)
--dianne o:>
________________________________________________________________________
on mon, 29 jan 1996, rick b sayre wrote:

> in a message dated 96-01-29 12:15:00 est, lw01@lehigh.edu (lorinda wright)
> writes:
>
> >don't know what the next album will be
> >called...hey, there's an idea. let's guess! how about: "loungin' in las
> >vegas"
> >or "my hair, hair, hair."  just a thought.
>
> *interesting cover up, lorinda! ;)*
>
> but i think the title ought to be
> "moo".
>
> ~*oracle*~
> -waiting for the light to shine
>
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"i see the same stars through brown eyes that you see in blue. but were
worlds aprt, worlds aprt. just like the earth. just like the sun. two
worlds together are betta' than one"
good show!
ben

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subject:      if you are not karen vittek, delete this *now* (nigc)

sorry to do this but, karen, your address doesn't like me.
anyways...
i just got your tape in the mail today. thanks.
just two things...
-what tape did _you_ want again??  i seem to have misplaced that message.
- you do not need seven stamps to send one tape.  three should do it!  :)

i'll be getting you that tape soon!

avital

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date:         tue, 30 jan 1996 10:18:08 +1100
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from:         petite piquet <piquet@geko.net.au>
subject:      re: where's the watershed?
in-reply-to:  <199601261606.qaa20519@pierre.ph.surrey.ac.uk>

on fri, 26 jan 1996, neil wrote:

> >does anyone know if the 'watershed' video is available in the uk?  i've
> >tried to order it through hmv with no luck.  if i can find out the
> >distribution company then they may be able to import it.
>
> nope :) 'snot...it's only available on nstc import
> (unless it got put out in australia or somewhere,
> which i haven't heard...)

nup, it wasn't released here.  they'll probably release it at the same
time they release '1200 curfews', which, last i heard, would be late this
year at the earliest, if indeed they do release it at all.

last offer folks - i have a copy of 'watershed' that i had converted from
us format to aust/uk etc format, and am taking offers for trades.  drop
me a line if you want to know more...

cheers,
sherlyn

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"god looks like a guidance counsellor, god's got that smile.  god says, 'how
could this be?  that's really odd.  i guess i'll have to check my records -
silly me, you know, i'm only god!' "    - dar williams, "alleliua"

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date:         mon, 29 jan 1996 19:00:10 est
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subject:      can anyone help me?

sorry to take up anyone's space and time, but i've been on the list
for a few months, and i simply don't have the time to sift through all
of the bullshit mail this list has been producing lately.  i've tried
several times to remove myself from it, with no luck.  if anyone knows
of a way that works, please private smail me. thanks a bunch, and
see all the true ig lovers on the outside,


                                   jessica staats
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subject:      re: nigc at all
x-to:         shannon shevock <slsst2@stulab.sfcpa.edu>
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cookie dough without a doubt.  it always makes me so happy to eat it.
maybe other's will derive joy out of eating me when i become that flavor.


on mon, 29 jan 1996, shannon shevock wrote:

> okay, y'all,
>
>         if you could be any flavor of ice cream, what would it be and
> why?  have fun with this one, be creative.  there are no rules!
> :)
>
>                                     peace and bless you,
>                                     shannon shevock (yamaha)
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date:         mon, 29 jan 1996 22:21:08 -0600
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subject:      love's recovery comment...

hi all,
   i'm just de-lurking (does it have a dash?) for a moment to say that i
just listened to lr off 1200c, and for some reason, i got out the words
and read them...
"rain soaked and voice choked like silent screaming in a dream
i search for our absolute distinction..."
i hadn't really *liked* the song especially much before, but i do now (i
think i'm more of an amy person)...
i'm really not positive where this is going, but it spoke to me tonight,
and i just thought i'd share.  amy's little comment in the 1200c liner
notes makes sense to me now.  anyways, i should get back to my paper,
anyone who has any ideas about peasant life and identity in 16th century
france is welcome to contribute....

peace,
sabrina

schan@rice.edu/rice '99/hanszen college/http://www.owlnet.rice.edu/~schan
i could go crazy on a night like tonight,
when summer's beginning to give up her fight
and every thought's a possibility, and voices are heard,
but nothing is seen.
indigo girls "mystery"

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from:         "emily d. mark" <emark@chaph.usc.edu>
subject:      advice on album pruchase

        i have the opportunity to buy one of two albums (only one cuz i'm
broke), both of which fetaure ig duets. seeing how there ust be at least
several of you who have heard these two, i was wondering if someone could
recommend one or the other to me. one of the singers (joan baez) i'm
familiar with, but the other i've never heard. suggestions, please?

phantom center by a canadian singer withthe last name ferron
ring them bells by joan baez (is this live?)

        thanks!  em

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from:         "emily d. mark" <emark@chaph.usc.edu>
subject:      nigc: geez people

        i know i haven't been on this list for very long, so perhaps i
don't have the right to say anything at all, but i am astonished at how
rude some of the people on this list are being. i understand that this is
a list for people who love ig, and who like talking about their music and
other realted subjects. i also understand that some people have more
complicated email systems that make it difficult to scroll through
messages, or is more costly. but honestly, i can't see anything wrong
with having conversation outside of ig. i have been a net surfer for a
while, and i have never seen such a group with objections to list members
discussing things outside of the primary topic. granted, we are all
united by that topic, but we shouldn't be restricted to it!
        i just think everyone should lighten up a little, and just
remember to be considerate of each other. comments about who the "true"
ig fans are are not only ridiculous but insulting. if you ask me, that
kind of attitude is the exact opposite of the one represented by a + e.
anyhow, i was just throwing my two cents in. my apologies to anyone who
didn't want to read this, but if we can't manage to be civil to each
other on a computer list, how can we possibly hope to reconcile anything in
our society?

btw, if you are being charged for the # of messages received and are
still on the list, you should either (a) change services because they are
ripping you off, or (b) if that's not possible, unsubscribe. just the
number of messages i receive with pertinent ig content is staggering. i
can't imagine having to pay for them all!

:) peace + harmony

em

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date:         mon, 29 jan 1996 14:57:39 -0800
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x-to:         andrew stokell <rbc31@dial.pipex.com>
in-reply-to:  andrew stokell <rbc31@dial.pipex.com> "" (jan 27,  7:17pm)

on jan 27,  7:17pm, andrew stokell wrote:
> subject:
> do any british fans remember an appearance by a&e on british tv a few
> years ago? i think it was either bbc's "later with jools holland", or
> channel 4's "rock steady." i used to have it on video, but seem to
> have lost it somewhere over the years!!
> can anyone help??
>
>
> andrew

it was "later with jools". amy wore her blue sgt pepper jacket and blue shades.
emily wore black and white cow trousers. they closed the show by singing with
mary chapin carpenter.

sharon

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subject:      ice cream....nigc

ice cream, huh?  i guess i would have to say butter pecan.  interpret that
any way you want to ! take care y'all!
sue, aka spooker

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subject:      secure your...what?????

i think since the girls aren't on tour we should discuss their lyrics a
bit more. so i'll open up this thread so people can ask any question
about those sometimes untangiable lyrics. for me "secure yourself" has
always been the hardest song for me to interpret. i love the song alot
but i just don't get it. i think it's about that if you hold on to your
dreams while remaining down to earth you can accomplish things alot
easier. but who knows!
  i also have a question about the "blood and fire" version of "all along
the watchtower" where i think i hear new lyrics. are they dylan lyrics or
a creation by amy. "captain, my captain, my eyes are gettin' tired. i'm
watching all the colors bleed with acid rain and mushroom skies".

well that's about it. talk to ya soon,
ben

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subject:      32 flavors/nigc

my response to the ice cream thread, to quote ani difranco, "i'd be
32 flavors and then some."

dimitra

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subject:      caroline aiken's new tour dates - nigc

hey everyone,

here we go again.  the road warrior we know as caroline aiken is ready to
wing her way out to california on sunday (feb 4th).  caroline is in the
early planning stages for her next release, and she'll be playing some new
stuff along with your favorite vintage aiken tunes.  if you've been keeping
up with the reviews on the hidden water website, you'll see that caroline is
really catching the attention of the media and industry these days.  these
are truly exciting times.  (by the way, that website address is:
http://www.hidwater.com/aiken).  we're still confirming the east coast for
late april, and yes, all you boston folks, she will have a gig out that way.
caroline will also return to austin, texas for the south by southwest
festival in march.  so bring a friend, pack a lunch, road trip, and make
sure you say "hello."

thanks for the cool and supportive notes to me, to caroline, to each other,
etc...  you rock!

(this was cross-posted to the atlanta-artists list.  pardon the repeat if
you've seen it before.)

lorene machado
manager

caroline aiken: current tour dates

february 3, 1996: eddie's attic, decatur ga
february 5, 1996: boomerang, san francisco, ca
february 6, 1996: "sound check" television show, pacifica, ca
february 7, 1996: juanita's, chico, ca
february 8, 1996: la pena, berkeley, ca (christie mccarthy opens)
february 9, 1996: kzsc, 88.1 fm, 11am, "heaven's bar and grill" show, santa
cruz, ca
february 10, 1996: morgan's coffee and tea, monterey, ca
february 11, 1996: kpfk "folkscene", live radio performance, los angeles ca
february 12, 1996: genghis cantina, los angeles ca (haynes brooke opens)
february 13, 1996: soho, santa barbara ca (co-bill with cosy sheridan)
february 16, 1996: m.t. pockets, atlanta, ga (as ride the wood)
march 6, 1996: eddie's attic, decatur, ga (chuck pyle opens)
march 29, 1996: eddie's attic, decatur, ga (with dede vogt)
april 19, 1996: wiffledust salon, philadelphia, pa
may 11, 1996: iron horse, tarpon springs, fl
june 7, 1996: kerrville festival, mainstage, kerrville, tx

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x-to:         "tracy l. fears" <und_tlf@hal.lamar.edu>
in-reply-to:  <960128142749.209c@hal.lamar.edu>

i, too, have met the chickenman, though not your chickenman.  i worked a
summer job at a gas station in slc and every afternoon a guy named tom
would come in for cigarettes--the really cheap sucky ones.  he had a
doctrate in nuclear chemistry and  a ph.d. in philosophy and hadn't
showered in god knows how long.  he lived in a halfway house for
x-convicts which was about 1/2 block from the station.  he was the most
brilliant person i've ever seen.  he wore only black, and a big black
victorian hat and just wandered wandered wandered the streets thinking
the hell out of the world.

he would come up to the counter looking like he was on another planet,
perhaps thinking cold fusion, and all of a sudden his body would jerk and
he would look right at me and say something like "a box of winston
lights, please"--back into cold fusion.  i spent many an afternoon at
that gas station thinking that if this guy could meet up with someone who
could hold half a candle to his mind, someone with whom he would bother
talking, the problems of history could be solved.  must be shitty to be
so brilliant, and so lonely . . . .

chris talbot
<chris.talbot@m.cc.utah.edu>

"i cannot believe that the
universe could be so kind
as to be godless."
        --kevin smith


on sun, 28 jan 1996, tracy l. fears wrote:

> everyone: pay attention
>
> i have met the chickenman
> he's a bum that comes into my workplace every once in a while
> well, everytime i look at him he reminds me of those two lines
> "he sold me junk and conversation, he was wise and dirty from the
> weather"
> any way, it's been cold here thanks to mother nature's fickleness and
> i made him a pot of coffee and sat down with him to chit chat because
> he looked like he didn't have a friend in the world...
> he just rambled on and said whatever came off the top of his head
> for instance, the t.v. was on channel 4 and he simply said,
> "channel 4....we interupt....this broadcast....for a special announcement"
> jesus, help me, this man doesn't have much to hold on to except for
> what's left of his mind
> i gave him a huge paper cup full of coffee before he left because he
> only had one glove and nothing to warm himself except the shirt on his
> back
> if i had a pair of gloves i would've given them to him
> i'm gonna keep a jacket and some gloves for him at work, meanwhile
> i hope he just has a place to lay his head and keep warm...
> maybe he was brought in my life to make me proud of the things i have
> i cried a few days ago about my amy picture being torn to shreds...
> at least i have a bed....
> i feel awful that i made such a fud
> ooops
> fuss over a silly picture
> i can draw another...
> i'm so grateful that i have a roof and a warm bed and clothes for my
> body, not to mention all the things that my mother has provided for
> me to entertain myself with (i.e. tv, radio, 2 vcrs....*sighs*)
> i wish i could've given him more, but i sincerely hope that the coffee
> i gave him kept him warm for a while
> i couldn't even sleep knowing that he was walking somewhere trying to
> find some place to rest and hoping that coffee would stay warm for just
> five more minutes....
> so before sleep finally graced my weary body, i prayed that god would
> take care of him.....and i'm not the kind of person who prays much
> i hope some of you out there will remember him in your prayers for me
> thanks for listening and have a good day
> counting my blessings,
> sal-ray
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from:         helene burningham <h.burningham@ulst.ac.uk>
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subject:      just saying hello

i don't want to be wasting space, but just wanted to say hello today.
i was listening to rop last night and absolutely love amy on romeo
and juliet...she sings it with such passion...it makes me go all
buzzy!!

i was also trying to play the guitar along to ghost...can't keep up
though and i've only learnt the first bit so far.  i guess if i keep
practising, i'll get there one day...i'm not a natural guitar
player...been brought up on the piano.

anyway, gotta go

love helene

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subject:      hello

hello to everyone on this list -

i am a new subscriber. i have been a fan for five years, ever since a friend
recommended that i buy the cassette tape of "ig". i didn't know this list
existed until now, and i am so glad to finally be a part of it.

here in manila, where i live, information on the girls is hard to come by. i
look forward to learning and participating. thank you!

anna

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subject:      i hate showtunes

um, if emily were a flavor of i.c.,
i guess she'd be rocky ride.

speculating idly,
i-girl

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subject:      amy & romeo & juliet

on 30 jan 96 at 10:07, helene burningham wrote:

> i don't want to be wasting space, but just wanted to say hello today.
> i was listening to rop last night and absolutely love amy on romeo
> and juliet...she sings it with such passion...it makes me go all
> buzzy!!


this is the song that converted me to an ig fan in a big time way.

just before rop was released a friend gave me a copy of nis, i
started listening to it and liked it. then the same friend told me
that ig was coming in concert, and she had an extra ticked. center
section, 8 rows from the stage. so i went. i was really enjoying the
show, thought the group was great, then amy did a solo version of
romeo & juliet, and i was totally blown away. i was completely
mesmerized by her performance of this song. it was one of the most
amazing performances i have ever seen. and i completely understand
what helene meant when she says it makes her go all buzzy inside.

amazing,

peace,

dan
"although it was spontaneous, you'd think that it was well
planned. the day the bass players took over the world"
                                   -emily kaitz

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on mon, 29 jan 1996, emily d. mark wrote:
>         i have the opportunity to buy one of two albums (only one cuz i'm
> broke), both of which fetaure ig duets. seeing how there ust be at least
> several of you who have heard these two, i was wondering if someone could
> recommend one or the other to me. one of the singers (joan baez) i'm
> familiar with, but the other i've never heard. suggestions, please?
> phantom center by a canadian singer withthe last name ferron
> ring them bells by joan baez (is this live?)

hi emily,

it's *very* weird that you brought this up at this time, because i was
just about to write to the list and recommend ferron's phantom center...
as far as comparing it to joan, well, that's a hard one, but i'd still
have to go with ferron...  for anyone who hasn't heard it, "stand up"
(the song ig sing back-up on) is a great song, a revolutionary song
(ferron seems to be really good at writing those...).  don't think twice,
it's alright is certainly good in its own folkie way, but "stand up" is
positively *empowering*...  the rest of phantom center is also
excellent, especially harmless love and my, my...  i'd say go for phantom
center...  just mho...  :)  (oh, and tori amos also sings on phantom
center if that makes a difference to anyone...)

:)
lori

p.s. btw, yes, ring the bells was taped live....

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subject:      re: nigc: geez people

i think the problem is that we are now in a room with about 300 people
in it.  it's hard to find anything 300 people agree with, so the chances
of having disagreements go way up.  the problem is that if two people
are having an argument in the corner, everybody hears it like it is right
next to them.

trant

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>
> date:    mon, 29 jan 1996 20:21:16 -0800
> from:    "emily d. mark" <emark@chaph.usc.edu>
> subject: nigc: geez people
>
>         i just think everyone should lighten up a little, and just
> remember to be considerate of each other. comments about who the "true"
> ig fans are are not only ridiculous but insulting.

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subject:      re: advice on album purchase

>on mon, 29 jan 1996, emily d. mark wrote:
>>         i have the opportunity to buy one of two albums (only one cuz i'm
>> broke), both of which fetaure ig duets. seeing how there ust be at least
>> several of you who have heard these two, i was wondering if someone could
>> recommend one or the other to me. one of the singers (joan baez) i'm
>> familiar with, but the other i've never heard. suggestions, please?
>> phantom center by a canadian singer withthe last name ferron
>> ring them bells by joan baez (is this live?)

>on tues, 30 jan 1996, lori levy wrote:
>hi emily,
>it's *very* weird that you brought this up at this time, because i was
>just about to write to the list and recommend ferron's phantom center...
>as far as comparing it to joan, well, that's a hard one, but i'd still
>have to go with ferron...  for anyone who hasn't heard it, "stand up"
>(the song ig sing back-up on) is a great song, a revolutionary song
>(ferron seems to be really good at writing those...).  don't think twice,
>it's alright is certainly good in its own folkie way, but "stand up" is
>positively *empowering*...  the rest of phantom center is also
>excellent, especially harmless love and my, my...  i'd say go for phantom
>center...  just mho...  :)  (oh, and tori amos also sings on phantom
>center if that makes a difference to anyone...)
>lori

i have to unlurk to agree here ... phantom center is probably my favorite
ferron album, and "stand up" is indeed empowering.  i am totally floored by
"white wing mercy" on the same album ... a song that could give amy a run
for her money in terms of angst and pain and longing.  awhile back, i wrote
that, at a ferron concert i attended, she opened with "it won't take long"
(check out the spirit of '73: rock for choice album - amy and emily and co.
do an awesome cover of this incredible song - also quite revolutionary) and
ended the song by yelling "i will not be complacent!!" a few times.  it was
one of those moments ...

my vote goes for phantom center as well!
joan (dealing with turning 31 tomorrow ...on the 31st!)

                      joan_ferguson@harvard.edu
            harvard university library preservation office
"instead of loving your enemies,treat your friends a little better."
                      -edgar watson howe (1853-1937)

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reply-to:     rachel sefton-smith <seffy@epic.co.uk>
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>        i have the opportunity to buy one of two albums (only one cuz i'm
>broke), both of which fetaure ig duets. seeing how there ust be at least
>several of you who have heard these two, i was wondering if someone could
>recommend one or the other to me. one of the singers (joan baez) i'm
>familiar with, but the other i've never heard. suggestions, please?
>

i haven't heard the pherron album, but i'd recommend joanie for sure.  as
well as the track which a+e sing on, there's also quite a nice version of
amy's "welcome me".

a few years ago the ig's played a gig at london's town and country club on
the rop tour, and joan joined them on stage.  i remember standing near the
back of the hall before the show, and turning round as someone walked passed
me - and there was joan! wow! how many heroines can a girl cope with in one
evening!  as far as i can remember they did two songs together - 'the water
is wide' - was definitely one of them, and either 'don't think twice' or
'tangled up in blue' was the other - or was it 'boots of spanish
leather'...er...help me out here, anyone who remembers!   now i come to
think about it they also did 'down by the river'. (i remember being
gobsmacked and really pleased that they didn't change any of the "she's" to
"he's", as until then i'd only heard them do non-gender specific songs.  ho
hum...)

'ring them bells' also features a completely goosebump-inducing song by dar
williams called 'you're aging well' -  definitely worth a listen.

if anyone's into collecting every album with ig content, then check out the
'boys on the side' soundtrack if you haven't done so already.  although
'power of two' is the standard album version, some of the other tracks are
excellent,  especially new tracks by melissa etheridge, sheryl crow and
stevie nicks.  sarah mclachlan does a version of a tom wait song "ol'55"
that shawn colvin also put on her 'cover girl' album.


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date:         tue, 30 jan 1996 11:55:12 est
reply-to:     lorinda wright <lw01@lehigh.edu>
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from:         lorinda wright <lw01@lehigh.edu>
subject:      re: secure your...what?????

>about those sometimes untangiable lyrics. for me "secure yourself" has
>always been the hardest song for me to interpret. i love the song alot
>but i just don't get it. i think it's about that if you hold on to your
>dreams while remaining down to earth you can accomplish things alot
>easier. but who knows!

i heard amy wrote this song after one of her cats died. damn, i sure know how
she feels there. :( it always makes me think of various lost loved ones. now
i'm sad. time for a rousing chorus of h&an.

>the watchtower" where i think i hear new lyrics. are they dylan lyrics or
>a creation by amy. "captain, my captain, my eyes are gettin' tired. i'm
>watching all the colors bleed with acid rain and mushroom skies".

amy's own creation....right?

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.
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subject:      re: advice on album purchase

in reference to collecting albums with ig on them:

               there are three songs that a&e sing back-up in on the
disappear fear self-titled album.  the album's great and the songs
with ig (one with both of them, one with emily , and one with amy)
are excellent.  i definitely recommend it.  :)

                                   peace and bless you,
                                   shannon shevock (yamaha)

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subject:      re: nigc at all
x-to:         jim fagan <fagan@austin.ibm.com>
in-reply-to:  <9601291951.aa29544@bonzo.austin.ibm.com>

can we all please be nice and make this list a friendly environment where
we can post without the threat of dozens of computers ganging up on us?
i'm not trying to be rude or anything but i don't want anyone to feel
threatened and not post for fear of attack.


on mon, 29 jan 1996, jim fagan wrote:

> >
> > >if you are going to respond to this one, please do it through private
> > >e-mail.  this doesn't belong on this list.
> >
> > oh, come off it!   loads of nigc stuff has been put over the list before,
> > including jokes.   if people don't like nigc then they don't have to read
> > it.   who are you anyway?   i've never seen you post anything yet you're
> > telling people what they can and can't post.   how rude.
>
> i've already responded to mat privately, before i knew this was going
> to the list.  so now i feel like i need to respond to the whole list.
>
> does anyone really think we need to read 40-50 responses that say
> vanilla, chocolate, rocky road, cookies-n-cream, etc?  what's the point?
> sure, it could be fun, but someone should collect responses through
> private e-mail, and then one post with the responses would satisfy
> everyones curiosity.
>
> what's next?  if you were a butterfly, which type would you be?
>
> just trying to clean up the content of this mailing list.....
>
>
> >
> > mat
> > ------------------------------------------------------------------------
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> > |  mts5@aber.ac.uk   |      for anyone, an absentee boss is best."     |
> > |                    |         - jeannette winterson, "the passion"    |
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> >
> >
>
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date:         tue, 30 jan 1996 15:19:32 -0500
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from:         "benjamin s. hay." <hayben@aol.com>
subject:      apology--nigc

aaugh!  i just realized that i posted a long forwarded message to the list
included no ig content, and forgot to put an nigc warning on it.

mea culpa.

i hope i didn't disturb anyone.
take care, y'all.

neb

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from:         "tracy l. fears" <und_tlf@hal.lamar.edu>
subject:      sheesh!@

sal-ray chants and hopes others will hear...
peeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaacccccccccccccccccccceeeeeeee
hhhhhhhhhaaaaaarrrrrrrrmmmmmmmmoooooooooonnnnnnnnnnnnnnyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
ccccooooooooooooooeeeeeeeeeexxxxxxxxxiiiiiiiissssssttttttaaannnnncceee

"can't we all just get along?" -rodney king
sal-ray :)

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date:         tue, 30 jan 1996 12:40:29 -0800
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subject:      nix on the ig new recording
in-reply-to:  <013.09870544.rucr57a@prodigy.com>

> in a interview a&e gave on
> aol a few weeks ago, they said they are not walking into the studio
> to do another one of their albums until late 1996.

for anyone else who missed this bit of info, there ya go.

scot

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> sal-ray chants and hopes others will hear...
> peeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaacccccccccccccccccccceeeeeeee
> hhhhhhhhhaaaaaarrrrrrrrmmmmmmmmoooooooooonnnnnnnnnnnnnnyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
> ccccooooooooooooooeeeeeeeeeexxxxxxxxxiiiiiiiissssssttttttaaannnnncceee

ummmmm, come on, people, now...  smile on your brother!  everybody get
together, try to love one another right now. =)

and now, a little exercise to remind us why we all subscribe to this list:

lean back in your chair.  wiggle around, get real comfy.  now take a
deeeeeeeeeep breath in through your nose.  exhale through your mouth on a
five-count, making a "fffff" sound.  now repeat after me:  "amy and emily
are so amazingly cool they make me want to dance around like a three year
old!!!!!"  get mental picture of yourself as a dancing three-year-old.
this, again, can be you.

now proceed to smile at coworkers, roommates, and/or fellow students for no
particular reason, and sing the little "na na" thing from least complicated.

scot

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from:         am labeck <ovrdub@aol.com>
subject:      re: what promo cd do you get? and what guitars do they use?

hi!

i'm new!

a & e use martin j-40 guitars (and used them on botby), a's is black, e's is
blond.  a has another j-40 as a backup.  they also have used martin d-35's as
well.  i remember reading somewhere that a uses martin medium strings ('cause
she breaks 'em!), and e uses d'addario lights.  the last time i saw them in
concert, i thought that e was using a martin d-41 or 45 on some of the songs
(the ones using alt. tunings), but i wasn't close enough to the stage to see
for sure.  i don't know which elec. guitars they use.  i'm a musician, and i
guess i like to check out the equipment that other people use.

the fan club sent me a copy of the "power of two" cd maxi-single (the one w/
"rockin' in the free world" etc) with my $25 order.  hmmmm.

already had this one,

ann
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reply-to:     "teresa c. esguerra" <sac83826@saclink1.csus.edu>
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from:         "teresa c. esguerra" <sac83826@saclink1.csus.edu>
subject:      tidbits...

back in the swing of things folks...
        school computers happen to have faster modems than the one i use
at home.  joy!!!
        so i'm just going to drop a few lines, thoughts that i've been
meaning to post.

1.  the california list party seems to have gotten adequate response for me
    to believe that it merits adequate planning.  i'm compiling the addresses
    of response.  emily (aka stanleyk.) mentioned her friends interested in
    coming along and i don't think that's a bad idea.  list members,
    bring your friends.  as long as we're talking about ig fans.
        as for theme, how about the beach boys song "i wish they all
    could be the indigo girls...."  i will be getting back to all those
    interested in the upcoming week.  looks like a north and south party,
    as in separately.  some might want to go to both (mememememe!!!)

2.  chickenman monologue transcribed in 1200 curfews?  i dont know if
    anyone's brought this up (i've been in and out, as you know), but i
    was looking at my 1200 curfews cd booklet, and the layout for all the
    pages seem to have tidbits here and there, like their schedule for a
    day, hotel listing, and the notes they used to figure out which songs
    go on the double cd collection.  well, there's one page ( the one that
    has teh lyrics for bmhawk and i think it's amy's writing and i think
    she transcribed her birthday concert monologue for chickenman.  for
    those familiar with it, see if i'm wrong or right.  for those who
    already know this, well...i'm slow.

3.  please be alerted that lorindigo is looking to blackmail me at
    anytime.  i'd like to state my innocence beforehand.  thank you.
    now i have to kiss her ass...brownosers, unite!

chatter chirp squeak buzz,
terio

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reply-to:     jmiller <s013jem@discgate.wright.edu>
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from:         jmiller <s013jem@discgate.wright.edu>
subject:      re: advice on album pruchase
x-to:         lori levy <llevy03@emory.edu>
in-reply-to:  <pine.sv4.3.91.960130104543.21232b-100000@curly>

i have to agree with lori.  i'd go with ferron's _phantom center_.  [btw,
lori, i also agree with your choices regarding ferron's songs] (;

i really enjoy ferron's music.  she's been around for a while (like a
couple of decades) and has several albums out. _ phantom center_ is her
most recent (columbia house records just got it--and the ig double cd too).
she's also got a song called "sunshine" on a compilation cd of music for
children/parents titled _hand in hand_.

that's probably more info than you needed, eh?  (;

jenifer
s013jem@discover.wright.edu

on tue, 30 jan 1996, lori levy wrote:

> hi emily,
>
> it's *very* weird that you brought this up at this time, because i was
> just about to write to the list and recommend ferron's phantom center...
> as far as comparing it to joan, well, that's a hard one, but i'd still
> have to go with ferron...  for anyone who hasn't heard it, "stand up"
> (the song ig sing back-up on) is a great song, a revolutionary song
> (ferron seems to be really good at writing those...).  don't think twice,
> it's alright is certainly good in its own folkie way, but "stand up" is
> positively *empowering*...  the rest of phantom center is also
> excellent, especially harmless love and my, my...  i'd say go for phantom
> center...  just mho...  :)  (oh, and tori amos also sings on phantom
> center if that makes a difference to anyone...)
>
> :)
> lori
>
> p.s. btw, yes, ring the bells was taped live....
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does anyone have or know here to get the chords to po2?
a friend of mine is playing it for a wedding so she needs them.
you can e-mail me privately.
thanks
jason
jfligor@eve.whitworth.edu

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subject:      nigc: julie & katherine

  i just want to let any atlantans out there know that katherine and i
are performing at oxford bookstore on pharr rd on monday, feb 5 (as in
next monday).  it would be great to see you there!
  -julie

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subject:      1200 review

hi all,
my good friend fletcher runs a brand-spanking-new music review page for
syracuse university's orange source....he just did a *really* good review of
1200 curfews....so, all of you with web access, check out his
site....http://web.syr.edu/~frcaldwe/....he'll be happy to have you:)
with dreams of immortality,
maggie
ps xoxoxox's to lynn, phil, lorinda, and my fortunate one joe

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subject:      re: nigc: geez people
x-to:         emark@chaph.usc.edu

in a message dated 96-01-30 03:02:45 est, emark@chaph.usc.edu (emily d. mark)
writes:

>       i just think everyone should lighten up a little, and just
>remember to be considerate of each other. comments about who the "true"
>ig fans are are not only ridiculous but insulting. if you ask me, that
>kind of attitude is the exact opposite of the one represented by a + e.
>anyhow, i was just throwing my two cents in. my apologies to anyone who
>didn't want to read this, but if we can't manage to be civil to each
>other on a computer list, how can we possibly hope to reconcile anything in
>our society?

adding to what emily said, it seems like at this time if the girls are going
to be breaking for possibly up to a year, there's not bound to me a whole
lotta ig content that is newsworthy. imho. *shrug*

~*oracle*~
waiting for the light to shine

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subject:      baez + ig boots--anyone?
x-to:         rachel sefton-smith <seffy@epic.co.uk>
in-reply-to:  <9601301636.aa22809@smtp_server.epic.co.uk>

does anyone have any boots of either joan baez and ig or ig doing "the
water is wide" or any combination of the two?  i love love love joan and
i love love love twiw, so if anyone can help me i'd be your friend for
life!

be good,

chris talbot
<chris.talbot@m.cc.utah.edu>

> the rop tour, and joan joined them on stage.  i remember standing near the
> back of the hall before the show, and turning round as someone walked passed
> me - and there was joan! wow! how many heroines can a girl cope with in one
> evening!  as far as i can remember they did two songs together - 'the water
> is wide' - was definitely one of them, and either 'don't think twice' or
> 'tangled up in blue' was the other - or was it 'boots of spanish
> leather'...er...help me out here, anyone who remembers!   now i come to
> think about it they also did 'down by the river'. (i remember being
> gobsmacked and really pleased that they didn't change any of the "she's" to
> "he's", as until then i'd only heard them do non-gender specific songs.  ho
> hum...)

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from:         jan stevens <janinsdale@aol.com>
subject:      re: nigc: geez people
x-to:         emark@chaph.usc.edu

in a message dated 96-01-30 03:02:45 est, emark@chaph.usc.edu (emily d. mark)
writes:

> i am astonished at how
>rude some of the people on this list are being.

no kidding emily!  i thought the purpose of the list was to have fun and talk
about our favorite 'girls', not to criticize one another!  lets focus on what
we are here for, not each others mistakes or even opinions!  remember, if you
cant say something nice...

i liked the rocky ride ice cream idea, btw!!!  very cute!

love,

jan    :)

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reply-to:     ahidalgo@fc.emc.com.ph
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hi teri -

yes, you are absolutely right, i am filipina - and you *have* found a fellow
ig fan! there are a few other kindred spirits here, though their stuff is has
not been readily available, until recently. i take it you don't live in
manila... (i myself spent about 2/3 of my life in other countries)

here in manila, "1200 curfews" is considered a rare, hard-to-find album. so
to have a copy is something like a status symbol, and it has achieved a lot
of popularity among the upper-class college crowd. (cds are quite expensive,
so they are pretty much the only people who can afford it.) ig have become
the new "in" group - you could say this is the crest of a wave that began
with "galileo" and rop, and rose higher with "boys on the side." i haven't
figured out if i am sad or happy that they have become so popular with the
mainstream, "sosyal" group - who, imo, it seems are into the acquisition of
anything new and foreign, that no one else has. but really, it is not for me
to judge.

hmmm... i wonder if they will tour asia someday. *sigh* - one can always
dream.

anna

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subject:      my hello for today...

well, i was in belfast yesterday, and just happened to pop into hmv
where to my incredible surprise they had an ig single in.  naturally
i bought it...it was the 'least complicated' single...with dead mans
hill and fugitive on as well.  anyway, i got talking to the
salesperson and asked if they had anymore...but they didn't, but they
said that there were 5 other singles out that they could get hold
of...so my friend in leeds is going to order them for us...i just got
a bit excited yesterday...wanted to share it with y'all.  there is a
god after all!!
also...you know when emily's talking at the beginning of least
complicated on 1200 curfews...i just love it when she says "he was so
cute"...its really...'cute'!!
and...(this is probably a silly question)...but where do they get the
titles of their albums from...i know it says in the faq's that swamp
ophelia is a plant, but where do all the other titles come from.
just curious...as ever...you know just as you think you're really
understanding one thing, something else jumps up demanding thought
and ponderment!!
ok...i'm off!

love helene

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subject:      re: y'all
x-to:         cranberry <ch002jt@arriba.nm.org>

at 06:50 pm 1/21/96 -0700, cranberry wrote:
>it's funny - here where i live in ruidoso, nm, there's a lot of texas
>influence (from the tourists and all.) so we hear "y'all" with some
>frequency around here, and when i moved here a few years ago after not
>being used to hearing it, i swore i'd never use that word. well. i
>started listening to ig about a year ago, and in that time "y'all" has
>somehow worked itself into my vocabulary. :) ah, well. :)


on this y'all topic, i guess i have something to offer.  i'm from alabama,
about as southern as you can get, and i promise you that y'all is a part of
our everyday vocabulary (don't, however, assume that those other redneck
stereotypes about incest and such are true for us all =]).  i use it all of
the time, and it is a very natural way of responding to a language whose
singular 2nd person and plural 2nd person are both the same word.   that's
why there are different variation, namely you guys and you's (which i cringe
at, personally; no offense to you northerners).

i've written this in response to the beating that amy and em have taken for
using this so much in 1200 c's.  if they both grew up in georgia (a fact
that i'm not too sure about) or spent a huge quantity of time there, they
probably come by this very honestly.  it's a speech pattern, nothing more.

sorry for my tirade,

scott

... i shambled after as i've been doing all my life after people who
interest me, because the only people for me are the mad ones, the one who
are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, the ones who never yawn or
say a common place thing, but burn, burn, burn like fabulous yellow roman
candles exploding like spiders across the stars and in the middle you see
the blue centerlight pop and everybody goes "awww!"

--jack kerouac, from on the road                     [email me at:
scottw@dbtech.net  =]

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subject:      re: first impressions

at 02:55 pm 1/22/96 -0600, stevens jennifer mar wrote:
>i felt the same way when i got sf.
<snip>
>i listened to it once straight through and did not really like it.  now, of
course, >i do love it, especially sf and idwt!


see, for me, strange fire has never been one of my favorite albums.  i too
listened to it after i had purchased all of the albums up to rop, and it
never struck me as creative and complex as the following albums.  but, i did
come back to it for a reason, a song that i don't hear too much about on
here, hey jesus.  for me, it is the most moving song on the album, and, in
its own little quiet way, is more daring and questioning than the title song
or anything else on the album.  it is a song that could be at home on any of
the other albums through nis.  that's pretty good i think.

just mho,

scott

... i shambled after as i've been doing all my life after people who
interest me, because the only people for me are the mad ones, the one who
are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, the ones who never yawn or
say a common place thing, but burn, burn, burn like fabulous yellow roman
candles exploding like spiders across the stars and in the middle you see
the blue centerlight pop and everybody goes "awww!"

--jack kerouac, from on the road                     [email me at:
scottw@dbtech.net  =]

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subject:      re: hard, true feelings

hello ya'll,

yeah, the girls have changed my life.  i first discovered them, i was a 19
year old kid that was scared to death of his homosexuality and how the world
(and parents) would deal with that homosexuality.  i knew of the indigo
girls, knew that they were well respected, and also knew that they were
lesbians.  and here i was, a gay man (or potential man), who needed
something to believe in, someone to tell him that it was okay to be afraid,
but that it wasn't okay to not do something.  and that's where the girls
stepped in.  i remember, and this is the cool and ironic thing, that it was
my friend julie that introduced them to me. i was coming out to her, the
first person i had ever told.  and in the background, there was this great
music.  i found out later that it was the girls, and i'll never forget that
moment.  i rushed out and bought all of their albums except for sf, which
put a noticeable dent on my credit card.   but i've never regretted buying
those three albums.  they've been therapy when i couldn't afford therapy,
friends when it seemed that i had none, and lovers when i was crying because
i was going to bed alone another night.  in short, they've kept me from
killing myself.

recently, i was home from school, and i got to see the girls on that disney
special.  my mother walked into the room, my mother who had just been told
three months earlier that her son was gay and had handled it like a mother
should.  i pointed to the television and told her that she owed those two
people her son's life.  she laughed, and asked me what i meant.  i told her
of all the times that i was so close to suicide that it scared even me, and
we talked about it.  that was the first time that my mother ever sat down
and listened to my music.  and at the end, she was smiling, and i knew that
the message that i hoped delivered had found its recipient.  i made tapes of
some of the girl's songs and left them with my mother, and now we talk about
them occasionally. it's cool in a way.

so yeah, i owe the girls a lot.  an awful lot.  thanks amy and em.  i love you.

sorry for the babble,

scott

at 05:53 pm 1/22/96 -0500, amy benore wrote:
>a and e have changed my life.  they taught me to express myself, as a
>woman, in woman's terms. they taught me that even in the toughest,
>low-downest of all times that if i was a woman, and if i believed in
>myself, my femininity would help me prevail.  they taught me not to be
>the weak species.  i never would be able to tell this to anyone else but
>everyone out there reading...but the indigo girls kept me alive.
>as i wrote earlier, i am not 21 and coming out on my own, and am curious
>to know if the ig changed everyone else's lives as much as they changed
>mine.  did my age have to do with my impressionability?  or does everyone
>feel this way about a and e?  what other women have influenced your
>lives?  men out there, this is not limited to the other gender!!!  i am
>truly interested in hearing if i am just a psycho, or is others out there
>feel as passionately grateful towards a and e for entering the world and
>our lives and making the world seem exceptional....
>w/b if you're interested in discussing....
>
>i'm here listening with all of you....
>
>aim
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... i shambled after as i've been doing all my life after people who
interest me, because the only people for me are the mad ones, the one who
are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, the ones who never yawn or
say a common place thing, but burn, burn, burn like fabulous yellow roman
candles exploding like spiders across the stars and in the middle you see
the blue centerlight pop and everybody goes "awww!"

--jack kerouac, from on the road                     [email me at:
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at 06:38 pm 1/22/96 -0600, rebecca gaukroger wrote:

>completely freaked out my nextdoor neighbours this afternoon.  i was
>playing the guitar...suddenly i started to hear swamp ophelia coming
>through the walls (which made a nice change from the usual abba that they
>blast at me), so i found my self playing along (a little louder, of
>course)....in a different key.  they turned it down.  i don't think i'll
>be hearing much more of abba now.
>
>yours in smug satisfaction,
>
>rebecca


hey hey hey, super trouper,

i like abba!!!!  take a chance on it.  voulez-vous?  i mean, mamma mia, it's
not the ig's, but not everyone can be.  and, besides, they made a lot of
money, money, money.  they can't be all that bad.  =]

joking. but i still like them.

scott


... i shambled after as i've been doing all my life after people who
interest me, because the only people for me are the mad ones, the one who
are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, the ones who never yawn or
say a common place thing, but burn, burn, burn like fabulous yellow roman
candles exploding like spiders across the stars and in the middle you see
the blue centerlight pop and everybody goes "awww!"

--jack kerouac, from on the road                     [email me at:
scottw@dbtech.net  =]

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subject:      re: : amy r

at 07:18 pm 1/24/96 -0500, amy benore wrote:
>hey, in response to jen, i love it when people call me a bitch.  it just
>means that sometimes you have to push and shove and fight the so-called
>"establishment" to get what you really want.
>on another note...i want to know if everyone is registered to vote.  we
>need everyone to vote this fall....after all, all of mr. buchanon's fans
>probably will...yikes!!
>
>any political junkies out there....?
>
>love,
>aim

aim,

i'm with you, babe.  let's get them registered, because i think if we keep
our mouths shut on this one, there won't be many of us left for the next one
to make any difference whatsoever.  i see nazism being a viable force in
this country.  and, if not nazism, i think we might just see a theocracy
like in atwood's "the handmaid's tale."  scares the hell out of me.

in support of clinton/clinton (hillary, that is)/gore,

scott

... i shambled after as i've been doing all my life after people who
interest me, because the only people for me are the mad ones, the one who
are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, the ones who never yawn or
say a common place thing, but burn, burn, burn like fabulous yellow roman
candles exploding like spiders across the stars and in the middle you see
the blue centerlight pop and everybody goes "awww!"

--jack kerouac, from on the road                     [email me at:
scottw@dbtech.net  =]

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x-to:         pyt <jshields@indiana.edu>

at 06:10 pm 1/24/96 -0500, pyt wrote:
>
>jen "the bitch"
>
>guys come on i know you some of you admit to being a dick.
>
no, jen,

never a dick.  but a bitch.  that i can be.  =]  just a little gay humor,

scott

... i shambled after as i've been doing all my life after people who
interest me, because the only people for me are the mad ones, the one who
are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, the ones who never yawn or
say a common place thing, but burn, burn, burn like fabulous yellow roman
candles exploding like spiders across the stars and in the middle you see
the blue centerlight pop and everybody goes "awww!"

--jack kerouac, from on the road                     [email me at:
scottw@dbtech.net  =]

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at 03:33 pm 1/24/96 -0800, paula laine wrote:
>how 'bout
>the rocky horror picture show
>
>amy would be a bitchin frank-n-furter and emily as janet?
>
>pl

now that's better than cats.  and the scary thing is, i agree with you.
whole-heartedly agree with you.  but who's gonna play brad?

see ya,

scott

... i shambled after as i've been doing all my life after people who
interest me, because the only people for me are the mad ones, the one who
are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, the ones who never yawn or
say a common place thing, but burn, burn, burn like fabulous yellow roman
candles exploding like spiders across the stars and in the middle you see
the blue centerlight pop and everybody goes "awww!"

--jack kerouac, from on the road                     [email me at:
scottw@dbtech.net  =]

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subject:      re: nigc at all

at 07:01 pm 1/29/96 +0000, matthew j smith wrote:
>>if you are going to respond to this one, please do it through private
>>e-mail.  this doesn't belong on this list.
>
>oh, come off it!   loads of nigc stuff has been put over the list before,
>including jokes.   if people don't like nigc then they don't have to read
>it.   who are you anyway?   i've never seen you post anything yet you're
>telling people what they can and can't post.   how rude.
>
>mat

i'm with mat on this one.  who are you, an indigo list purist?

later,

scott

... i shambled after as i've been doing all my life after people who
interest me, because the only people for me are the mad ones, the one who
are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, the ones who never yawn or
say a common place thing, but burn, burn, burn like fabulous yellow roman
candles exploding like spiders across the stars and in the middle you see
the blue centerlight pop and everybody goes "awww!"

--jack kerouac, from on the road                     [email me at:
scottw@dbtech.net  =]

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that's pretty much how it works.  goodbye.  and, btw, i don't think the
things that go on in here are bullshit.  these people are people, and many
consider this a family gathering.  we talk about ourselves as much as we do
the girls, and i think that's how it should be.  if you don't, you won't be
missed by me.

just mho,

scott

at 07:00 pm 1/29/96 est, jess wrote:
>sorry to take up anyone's space and time, but i've been on the list
>for a few months, and i simply don't have the time to sift through all
>of the bullshit mail this list has been producing lately.  i've tried
>several times to remove myself from it, with no luck.  if anyone knows
>of a way that works, please private smail me. thanks a bunch, and
>see all the true ig lovers on the outside,
>
>
>                                   jessica staats
>                                    x9n9@music.stlawu.edu
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... i shambled after as i've been doing all my life after people who
interest me, because the only people for me are the mad ones, the one who
are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, the ones who never yawn or
say a common place thing, but burn, burn, burn like fabulous yellow roman
candles exploding like spiders across the stars and in the middle you see
the blue centerlight pop and everybody goes "awww!"

--jack kerouac, from on the road                     [email me at:
scottw@dbtech.net  =]

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subject:      nigc- question

          sorry to mail this to all of you, but i looked for this
          command in the directions that were sent, and i can't find
          it.  is there a way to find out who all is on this list?
          if you know how to do this email me personally, the whole
          list doesn't need to read it.
          sorry for being a pest.
          llh
          lhardawa@wscgate.wsc.edu

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hi amy!

q:  i'd really like to know how your guitar was recorded, particularly on
"heaven
>   knows".  (where was/were the mic(s) positioned in relation to your
>   guitar, what kind of mic(s) did you use, and stuff like that.)
>
a:  normally we use old neumann tube mics, which seem to be the best for
just about everything, but on bcwywf, it seems like we used some ancient
sony stereo thing.  it may have been neumann, but i keep seeing this sony
logo when i close my eyes and think about it.  it was on an angle, slightly
to my left of the soundhole, with the top of the mic pointing towards the
fretboard.  that way it could be panned open left and right. this is very
hard to describe via computer, i hope it helps.  good luck!
                                ...kristen

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subject:      greetings

          hey- i am new to the list and can't wait to exchange
          messages with ya'.  as i sit here drinking my cup of coffee
          and geting ready to teach, i am listening to 1200 c.  it is
          kind of a morning ritual i have.  with the girls breaking
          for a year we are going to have to help keep eachother from
          going into withdrawl.  i just received one of their videos
          for christmas.  wow! is all i have to say right now.

          have an indigo girls day.

          lisa
          aka- towanda

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subject:      re: tidbits...

>    has teh lyrics for bmhawk and i think it's amy's writing and i think
>    she transcribed her birthday concert monologue for chickenman.  for
>    those familiar with it, see if i'm wrong or right.  for those who

look a little closer. i can't remember what it says exactly, but at the top of
the monologue it says something like "chickenman speach, philly." that, my
dear, is the s.o.c. from the famous (to me anyway) tower show in philly on
4/26/95. i was there, and it was one of the most amazing experiences of my
life. i've been looking for a boot of that show ever since. two incredible
things happened that night. first is obviously the chickenman s.o.c. you can
only read little bits of it on the liner notes, but you can make out some of
her comments about hitting the prarie dogs. something like, "you miss the
first two, but you hit the last 8." i remember her saying this that night, and
the whole thing was just astounding. the other thing that happened was the
"watershed-holiday inn-watershed" incident. they started watershed, and
screwed up the lyrics several times. the audience had to fill in for them.
they finally gave up and burst out laughing. amy called out "holiday inn!" and
emily cracked up. then they went into a song called "holiday inn." it was
about touring and staying in hotels, and it was an old cover tune. amy gets
all the way to the end of the song, and then stops suddenly, saying, "and
that's all i remember." more laughter from them and the audience, and _then_
they turn around and kick back into watershed...and do a fine job of it too.
all in all it was quite a night. boy would i ever love the person who told me
they have a boot of that show. *nudge nudge, wink wink* sorry to all of you
who have heard this story before. but i can't resist dredging up the memory
everytime i get the chance. what a night! :)

>3.  please be alerted that lorindigo is looking to blackmail me at
>    anytime.  i'd like to state my innocence beforehand.  thank you.
>    now i have to kiss her ass...brownosers, unite!

*heh heh, snicker snicker* now i have you right where i want you! let the
ass-kissing begin!! *rubs hands together and looks all shifty-eyed and smug.*

with dirty little secrets to tell,
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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reply-to:     shannon shevock <slsst2@stulab.sfcpa.edu>
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from:         shannon shevock <slsst2@stulab.sfcpa.edu>
organization: saint francis college
subject:      re: first impressions

i always liked sf, but i don't think it's their best album.. but that
doesn't mean it isn't great! :)  i was also moved by hey jesus.
emily put my thoughts into words. (not the first time it's happened
with ig)  i think the most moving song on sf is yliutm.  that song is
beautiful.  i love the line about throwing stones.  every time i hear
that song, i feel like giving amy a big ol' hug. :)

                                      peace and bless you,
                                      shannon shevock (yamaha)

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from:         muncho lake <bonster@alaska.net>
subject:      blue food offer

for those who don't have a dub of "blue food" here is your chance :)
i will be making a limited number of dubs. if all goes well, i'll extend the
offer.

here's how it works:
send me a tdk sa-60 cassette tape (please send this type of tape) and a
self-addressed stamped envelope. i'll dub the tape and send it back to you.
please email me with "blue food" in the subject line so that your message
receives my immediate attention. i will take the first 20 responses i
receive. i will include my mailing address in my response.

tapes should be in the mail to me by friday, feb. 10 so i can get them sent
out before i leave for vacation.

if you want to trade, that's great, too! my boot collection is rather
limited and i'm always looking for something new!

share the spirit. if you have a tape and can help someone in the future,
please do.

-bon

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from:         perry thompson <rainy@mindspring.com>
subject:      re: question for kristen
x-to:         lorinda wright <lw01@lehigh.edu>

q:  when are you gonna come tour up north-a-ways???

a:  no plans to leave home at the moment

q:  how long have you been playing guitar?

a:  18 years

thanks for asking!

kristen

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reply-to:     perry thompson <rainy@mindspring.com>
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from:         perry thompson <rainy@mindspring.com>
subject:      re: questions for kristen
x-to:         scrreech@aol.com

hi rebecca!

q:  what's next?  when's the next album coming out, and will it be a solo,
or with a band?
>
a:  well, the next record is going to be a kristen hall record not an
erly's record, if that's what you mean.  although, there will be songs with
a full band and solo acoustic (piano & guitar).  at the moment seven songs
are done...so it shouldn't be too long.  i'm glad to hear you were at pride
and got to see the erly's.  take care...

                                         kristen

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from:         perry thompson <rainy@mindspring.com>
subject:      re: questions for kristen
x-to:         kaye morgan <cuffy@desktop.com.au>

hi kaye!

q:1. are you ever likely to get to come to australia? and if you did, would
>perth be on your itinery?

a:  if money allows, i'm there.  and, if i went all the way to australia,
i'd play anywhere they'd have me.

q:2. are you going to be releasing a new cd sometime, and if so, when would
it be?

a:  yes, hopefully in june 96

q:3. how come your music isn't available in australia?

a:  good question.  i don't know, but please use rainyday records as your
friendly neighborhood record store until i figure this out.

q:4. what are the chances of "southern man" making it onto your next cd?

a:  it will not be on my next cd, but, there will be a bootleg cd available
later this year of a show at eddie's attic i did with andrew and kristian
of billy pilgrim, simone simonton of lift, and rick taylor of right as
rain,  that was an entire evening of neil young songs.  it features the
record "comes a time" and then some other stuff...so...

q:5. will your home page at windham hill be updated?

a:  i'm not sure, but, perry is making a page for me at his hiddenwater www
site that will be kept current.

q:6. are you going to do an irc session in the future?

a:  i'm sorry to say that i don't know what that means.  if  you're asking
if i'll ever answer question again, i'm planning on it.  after the new
record comes out, we'll do it again.

q:7. would emily be doing anything on your next cd? (i really love "compass")

a:  i have asked her, she has accepted.

you are very welcome, thanks for your time...kristen

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from:         perry thompson <rainy@mindspring.com>
subject:      re: a question for kristen hall
x-to:         anchalee mahasaen <mahasaen@acs.bu.edu>

q: i really love your lyrics.  how do you go about writing your songs?  do
>they start with a seed and then write around that?  do you write on a
>theme?  are they drawn from real life experience?  do you write lyrics
>and then chords, vice versa or is it a combined effort?

a:  i really have no set method of writing songs.  sometimes i write the
words first, sometimes the music.  more often than not, i write them both
at the same time.  some times it's just onamonapea.  i might like the way
this word sounds with this sound.  i do usually write from my own life
experiences, but i also take poetic liberties.  (ie: i might tell the
entire "real" story in the first verse, so i make up a story that will
finish the song.)  one thing i never do is labor over a song.  either it
comes or it doesn't, i never fight it...
good luck with the songwriting!
                                        kristen

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from:         chris talbot <chris.talbot@m.cc.utah.edu>
subject:      this train--peter paul and mary

okay, folks.  you've forced me into it.  there has finally been enough
"this train" traffic on the list to force me to dig through the archives
of my childhood and rescue my first peter paul and mary songbook!
somewhere along this ever-so-long thread somebody triggered a memory of
little 8 year old me playing this groovin song about a train.  so here's
the deal.  the song is credited, "words and music by paul stokey and
peter yarrow" (who would be peter and paul of peter, paul and mary.)  i
have no relationship whatsoever to either guthrie, so i don't know if
they sang it, wrote it, rewrote it, liked it, etc.  the words (and
chords) go like this:

   am            c/d                 am
this train don't carry no gamblers, this train
   c                                 e7
this train don't carry no gamblers, this train
   am            a7                  dm
this train don't carry no gamblers, no crap shooters,
        no midnight ramblers,
   am            e                   am
this train don't carry no gamblers, this train.

chorus
   am             c/d                    am
this train, she's bound for glory, well, this train
   am             c/d                    am
this train, she's bound for glory, well, this train
  am              c/d                    am
this train, she's bound for glory, well, this train
  am              c/d                    e7
this train, she's bound for glory, well, this train
  am              a7                     dm
this train, she's bound for glory, if you want to get to heaven well
           dm
        you've got to be holy,
  am              e                      am
this train, she's bound for glory, well, this train.

verse 2

this train don't carry no jokers, well, this train (repeat)
this train don't carry no jokers, no high-toned women no
        cigar smokers, well
this train don't carry no jokers, this train.

verse 3

this train done carried my mother well, this train (repeat)
this train done carried my mother, well, my mother, my father,
        my sister and my brother,
this train done carried my mother well, this train


anyway, that's the song.  it's sung with quite a gospel feel, and the
tune of the chorus very loosely follows amy's chorus.  although i like
the ppm version of it a lot, amy's version ties the song to history more
tightly and with passion.  hope i haven't bored anyone and have cleared
things up!

yours,

chris talbot
<chris.talbot@m.cc.utah.edu>

"i cannot believe that the
universe could be so kind
as to be godless."
        --kevin smith

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date:         wed, 31 jan 1996 18:09:48 gmt
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subject:      oooooh!

okay, how about this for a new thread?

helene says she loves emily's "he's so cute" comment (aah, bless!)  well,
how about other phrases, odd notes, chords, fave solo's etc. that make the
hairs on the back of your neck stand up and turn you into a little pool of
wobbling jelly!  - any ideas on jelly flavours?  just kidding...  ; - ]

for me, i dissolve when i hear one simple little line in 'let it be me' -
not my favourite ig song, but check out the second verse when emily goes
"yea-e-eh..." before "...but the power of truth is the fuel for the flame"
- y'know the bit - ooooh, i just love that!!

also 'virginia woolf' has her moments -  headphones, volume up, eyes shut
and the harmonies in the last chorus can really right my world...

bfn

**************
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from:         perry thompson <rainy@mindspring.com>
subject:      re: questions for kristen hall
x-to:         linda joanne napikoski <napikosk@chaph.usc.edu>

hey linda!

q: i'm so in love with the _be_careful_what_you_wish_for_ cd!!! :)  which
is your favorite song(s) of yours?

a:  on bcwywf...probably following my compass

q: what song was hardest to write?

a: i guess nothing was a little traumatic

q: do you think art leads to truth or that truth leads to art?

a: both

thanks...kristen

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from:         jan stevens <janinsdale@aol.com>
subject:      re: greetings
x-to:         lhardawa@wscgate.wsc.edu

hi towanda!

great name!

jan

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from:         perry thompson <rainy@mindspring.com>
subject:      re: thanks, kristen hall
x-to:         annamcd@aol.com

thanks anna!!!

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from:         perry thompson <rainy@mindspring.com>
subject:      re: question for kristen
x-to:         "ele :)" <ele7136@tntech.edu>

hello!

q:  are you touring right now, or anytime soon? if so, how can we get your
schedule?

a:  no, i'm not touring right now, but when i do, i'll post it on here and
on my new www site at rainy day records.

thanks...kristen

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subject:      re[2]: greetings
x-to:         janinsdale@aol.com

          thanks jan-
          i love fried green tomatoes...i think i am definately

          idgie.

          towanda

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subject:      re: k hall questions
x-to:         kluce@best.com

q:  a few years back, you were quoted as saying, "i think that in a couple
of years, i'm gonna put out a record about how happy i am."  assuming that
this quote is semi-correct, is this 'happy' record around the corner, or is
it still a few years away?

a:  it is just around the corner.

q:  since naming your favorite album of all time was a tough question....if
we browsed your cd collection, who (or what) would we find?

a:  first you would find that i'm semi-anal-retentive since they are in
semi-alphabetical order.  it is vast but...you would see, allman bros,
jackson browne, concrete blonde, del amitri, ebtg, david franklin, go-go's,
kristen hersh, ig, freedy johnston, b.b. king, annie lennox, joni mitchell,
nirvana, ozzy osborne, pearl jam, queen, keith richards, matthew sweet, til
tuesday, u2, andreas vollenweider, victoria williams, neil young, and frank
zappa.

q:  since you would have to fight with yoko (or somebody) for lennon's
recordings...if you could work with any musician who is alive today, who
would it be and why?

a:  neil young.  because i'm a huge fan.

q:  if you could change one thing in the recording industry, what would it
be and why?

a:  this is similar to the question "what's your favorite record"

thanks for your time...kristen

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subject:      bmhawk cd single???

has anyone else located this?  i tried to have it ordered at my local
music store and they said they don't have a listing for it.

i thought i read that it had been released.

anyone have an answer?

tia

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subject:      re: nigc- question

i'd actually be interested to find out, as well... anyone who knows, please
e-mail me too. thank you very much!

anna

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subject:      sleep

          i haven't been able to sleep very well lately and it was
          beginning to piss me off slightly.  i put in the "watershed"
          video (i have watched it 12 times in as many days), and fell
          right to sleep. not that it is boring mind you, a and e's
          voices helped me drift off--thanks girls. all of my friends
          and i appreciate it...i was getting a little cranky.
          towanda

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subject:      re: tidbits...
x-to:         lorinda wright <lw01@lehigh.edu>
in-reply-to:  <199601311610.laa95760@ns3-1.cc.lehigh.edu>

goes for me too! my x-girlfriend went to that show and said it was great!
a bootleg would be a blessing!
ben

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subject:      re: a few questions for kristen hall
x-to:         andy wierling/sybase <andy.wierling@sybase.com>

hi andy!

q:1)on your past couple of albums, you've typically redone a song or two
from your "real life stories" cd (not since i..., just so...).  will your
new album include any ?

a:  yes, stranger in my bed

q: do you have a date for when the new record will be available ?
>
a: no, but i'm shooting for june

q:2) there's been talk of a music festival in decatur during the olympics -
have you been contacted about participating ?
>
a: i actually got a call yesterday, but we haven't spoken yet...

>3) will there ever be an official release of "very busy man" ??
>
a: it's on a windham hill radio sampler cd.  is that what you mean by
official?  i have a couple of those available if you're interested...

thanks for your time...kristen

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subject:      re: question for kristen hall
x-to:         rebrad@aol.com

hey radisch...

q:>when are you going to get that foxy gal anne murray to record your
hit-in-waiting "trouble times"?
>
a:  she's your girlfriend, you tell me!

hope to see ya soon!...kh

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