lifeblood: listlogs: 1996-03c


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date:         wed, 13 mar 1996 23:18:20 -0600
reply-to:     karen robinson <lynn@texas.net>
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from:         karen robinson <lynn@texas.net>
subject:      re: t-shirts

rusty posted:
>subject: t-shirts
>laurens thought:
>   >to meet up at no. there has been some talk about whether they should
>   >say "moo" or "folkisgruven." well, how about "folkismooven."? (ha! i
>   >just crack myself up sometimes!) :) :)
>
>this is just too much fun.  how 'bout shirts that say "cute fuzzy bear
>cub" and then whatever year the individual thinks he or she _was_ the
>bear cub incarnation.
>rustyr
>
i love it.  you guys are good. a cute fuzzy bear cub that says "folkismoo!ven"
creativity is definitely not available from my end of the spectrum.  i
figured i could "maybe" handle writing a big moo! on a white shirt with a
marks-a-lot.  and then i would be an artiste. ;-)  put to shame i am.  back
into the cave for this bear cub.
yours almost truly,

karen

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date:         wed, 13 mar 1996 21:28:54 -0800
reply-to:     "karen a. vittek" <kvittek@gladstone.uoregon.edu>
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from:         "karen a. vittek" <kvittek@gladstone.uoregon.edu>
subject:      the cringing muppet lady and center stage

hmm, i didn't know what i was getting into when i had too much caffeine one
night and posted that muppet thing...i've created a monster...but it's been
fun reading posts from people with even more imagination than i have...=)  i
do think the first new show started off on some bad spots with the chest
thing and the animal eating a dog thing, but it had some funny moments
too...we'll see what happens tomorrow night...

okay, so some real igc...i wanted to post what little i know about center
stage in the hopes that someone else will see it and tell us more, because
it is one of the few songs they igs don't talk about much...from the 1989
tape i have where amy and emily sing center stage, amy said it was about the
music industry and her distaste for the politics that go on.  of course, amy
says that about half of her songs, so...;)

but here's my long drawn out take on it, without any evidence to support a
word of it!

center stage is obviously the center of attention, i think this is about
trying to deal with the flood of attention that comes with fame...


"laughing in a crown of jewels" the music industry is obviously making a big
deal of her, she's enjoying getting caught up in fame and attention but
she's really sort of in shock (numbness from a sceptor's wound) and then the
toss and turn i spin and learn catch yourself before you burn, she's just
kind of flailing and realizes that if she doesn't slow down she's going to
crash...a joker's dance before the king jangling beads a silver ring i'm not
sure if she's the joker or if she feels like a fake or if she feels that the
industry is a fake, so material...*shrug*  jumping up, falling down..falling
down...look yourself in the eye before you drown, again the catch yourself
before you burn thing...

the second verse (royal rebels, etc) she feels like people will think she's
a fake but she really isn't  so she shouldn't be scared...the rest of it is
beyond me...gulping smoke might mean that she's about to burn and she
realizes it, everyone else burns up and she pulls back, fades away...???
the round is offsetting the lure of riches with her telling herself to not
get caught up in it...mary had a little lamb, loss of innocence...

the last verse about the leaping man...people going up the ladder ask why
the people who are coming down are so cynical, their rhythm is off, they
don't get it yet the man is just now jumping up and the singer is falling
down, your actions will follow you full circle round seems fairly obvious,
it all catches up with you, and the higher the leap, the harder the ground,
the more you get carried away with yourself, the worst it is when you hit
rock bottom...

*phew*  i warned you it was long...and the speaker isn't necessarily amy, either
i guess it could be someone else, but she has said it was about her distaste
with the music industry, so...

anyone else?  i'd love to hear some other opinions on this...even if i am on
the wrong song day, i think...sorry...

oh, and last but not least, anyone who is taping with me/has sent me blanks
and hasn't heard from me in a while (i'll let you decide what a while is)
might want to get in touch with me just in case...i think i'm pretty well
set, but that's a scary thought if i'm not...i'm going on spring break in a
week and a half and i'm trying to finish everything up before i go, so...any
doubts, give me an email...

karen (k.)
kvittek@gladstone.uoregon.edu

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date:         thu, 14 mar 1996 01:40:56 -0500
reply-to:     "a. nadyne hagon" <ahagon@st6000.sct.edu>
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from:         "a. nadyne hagon" <ahagon@st6000.sct.edu>
organization: southern college of technology
subject:      newbie offer. :)

recently, i've heard a few newbies asking about how to get
bootlegs.  well, it's almost spring break time, and i have no big
plans for it, sooooo . . .

i will make 15 copies of the following bootleg for folks:

indigo girls: rochester institute of technology 11.4.94 (90)
  galileo, fugitive, power of two, kid fears, least complicated, this
  train revised, language or the kiss, pushin' the needle too far, wood
  song, mystery, reunion, ghost, dead man's hill, chickenman, touch me fall,
  closer to fine.

why this bootleg?  'cause it's one of my favourites.  it's from
right before so came out, and it sounds like they're having *so*
much fun with the audience.

what do you have to do for this?

1) mail me.  :)  as i said, i'll do this for the first 15 people that
   mail me.  from there . . .
2) i'll give you my home address.  {well, actually, my fiance's
   address, since my school is stupid and closes the post office
   during our breaks.}
3) you mail me the following:
        a) one maxell xl-ii 90 minute cassette {please!}
        b) one self-addressed stamped envelope
4) i mail you one copy of the above boot. :)

i'm asking for maxell xl-iis because that's what i use, and if you
send me that, i'll be able to make up a few in advance -- so when i
get your tape and sase, i'll be able to pop a tape i've made into
your mailer and just send it back immediately. :)  a maxell xl-ii
will cost you somewhere between $1.50 and $2.00.

for the mailers, make sure that they're padded!  you can get padded
envelopes at target, k-mart, walmart, even kroger's.  {actually,
kroger had the best mailers -- they were *exactly* sized for one
cassette.}  i think the return postage on this should run you well
under a dollar.

if you have some bootlegs and would rather do a trade, let me know
and i can mail you my complete bootlist, and we'll see if we can
work something out. :)  i have a lot more ig stuff, as well as tori
amos, cowboy junkies, and r.e.m.

fair warning: you need to respond to me *soon*, 'cause next quarter
is my quarter from hell.  my classes start back up on 29 march, so
i need to be all done with this by then.

:)
nadyne.

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date:         thu, 14 mar 1996 01:15:59 -0600
reply-to:     the flame <gflame@nwu.edu>
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subject:      this world falls on me

well according to my new york life insurance calendar (thanks dad) it is
the day for world falls.  now at first glance one might think this is a
sort of mini-doomsday with the world falling and all.  nay nay i tell you.
this is a day to rejoice.  it is the day for the song which officially made
me an ig crazy-head (deep terminology--i know).  world falls is a song of
sheer joy.  it remarks about the beauty of our world and how wonderful it
would be to have the opportunity to never leave it.   besides the lyrics,
the harmonies are truly amazing.  e singin i slept in rainy canyon
la-a-a-ands puts chills down my spine everytime without fail.  what a
melodramatic post--so unlike me--where's my violin?  :)  i just keep
picturing amy sitting by a campfire, under a starry sky writing this song.
it makes me want to be there with her.  is that bad?  i think not!

i'd love to see other peoples comments and interpretations of this song.
as for me--i must get back to my take home final--yes final!  northwestern
and there dumb ass quarter system gives us a finals week in march.
laterness my dear ig-heads...

greg

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date:         thu, 14 mar 1996 01:24:24 -0600
reply-to:     the flame <gflame@nwu.edu>
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from:         the flame <gflame@nwu.edu>
subject:      re: newbie offer. :)

>i will make 15 copies of the following bootleg for folks:
>
>indigo girls: rochester institute of technology 11.4.94 (90)
>
>why this bootleg?  'cause it's one of my favourites.  it's from
>right before so came out, and it sounds like they're having *so*
>much fun with the audience.

nadyne is correct.  she was so kind as to tape this for me a while back.
they are having a ball at this show.  i'd recommend it highly for those
wanting boots.  sorry nadyne if this increases the load of mail you get for
this boot.  just wanted to verify the "good"ness of it.  i'm really getting
back to work now...
greg

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date:         thu, 14 mar 1996 03:00:42 -0500
reply-to:     sanawike1@aol.com
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from:         sanawike1@aol.com
subject:      random thoughts... (sigc)

hullo, all!
      i have posted about 300 times tonight, or so it seems, but it's only
because i'm having a bad time with the asthma and now i can't sleep, so i
thought i'd just write... i caught up on over a week's worth of posts and
mail today, so i have nothing left to which to reply, babble, babble,
babble...
      so, what day is it?  world falls day?  cool.  i have no real story on
this one, but i love the 2nd "i-i-i wish i was a nomad" in amy's part! =)
i'm sure you all know that about which i'm speaking...
      to reply to the muppet thing, i don't condone anything with the new
kermit.  brian henson is a dork.  (i sound so intelligent right now, right?)
okay, so i do own "kermit unpigged", but i bought it in a moment of
weakness... i don't like that disney has the rights, because that has nothing
to do with jim henson; it's all brian. =(  so, i think the girls should do
"sesame street".  i mean, if katie couric, (sp?) the worst actress on the
planet, can host one of the new videos, the ig's should have no problem...
(they could do the same show as kristen hall, right, julie?)  i work at the
ss store, so i see the videos all day.  we even have one with bob singing "a
news correspondent is a person in your neighbourhood" with barbara walters...
the ig's wouldn't be a big stretch!
      okay, i met a fellow listee, and one of the sweetest people in the
whole, wide world *grin* last month, and i never wrote about it!  her name is
martha, and she's just wunnerful.  we ended up going to longhorn steaks (she
and her super nice cousin and i) for dinner while she was in town, and as we
were waiting to be seated, guess what song came on!  "land of canaan"! =)  it
was really neat, especially since it was the first time we met, and that's
not a song one usually hears in public establishments... i guess i might have
shared that on the appropriate day... oh well.
      i have also met another listee, julie, who was kind enough to chauffer
me to the kristen hall show on saturday.  julie is a really neato gal! =)
you atlantans should all try to see one of her performances if you can! =)
plug, plug, plug... she's in an acoustic duo, julie and katherine, and
they're muy bueno... i wish i had dates to post, but i'm sure there will be a
couple soon, right, julie?  anyhow, kh was really neat; the show was awesome,
and she was really nice... =)  (i know i'm being dull, but it's close to 3am,
and i am not thrilled about the fact that i am awake...)
      i greatly appreciate all of those of you who have offered to dub things
for me!  i promise to get the tapes out next week...
      what else?  um, well... i just want to say thank you to all of those
nice people out there for being out there... the list is just chock full o'
great folk... i have met some really great people, and i don't think this
indigo dry spell would be bearable without all of you...
      i guess i'm just rambling, and i really have nothing intelligent to
say, so i'll let you all get back to your lives... thanks for reading this
far! =)  peace, love, and inhalers, sarah

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date:         thu, 14 mar 1996 00:42:33 -0800
reply-to:     gwen keyt <gkeyt@paul.spu.edu>
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from:         gwen keyt <gkeyt@paul.spu.edu>
subject:      what?!? it's past midnight?!?!

but...but...we missed "welcome me" day!  i can't let that happen.

if my former roommate were here, she would take one look at me,
bolt-awake, typing mail at the computer, and would say this:

"so, it's finals week, huh?"

that is, after noticing that the entire house is clean for the first time
all quarter and there's a cake and two dozen chocolate chip cookies
cooling by the oven.  but alas, i live with my boyfriend now and this is
only th second finals week he's lived through with me.  i define the word
"procrastinate" during finals week.

so, what to talk about?  it's almost "world falls" day...but stop the
clocks!!! not yet!!  please, just give me a few minutes.  not that i have
anything important to say about "welcome me."  i remember amy saying that
she wrote it after going to la to record.  i really enjoy amy's dense
writing style.  "welcome me to the city of angels/devil prophets still
hold my hand.." tell me now, is she referring to still being a southern
gal, not being totally enchanted by california?  "i walked your
still-born streets for hours,/ethnic echoes spitting out their
trials..."  oooh, what a cool couplet!  is that descriptive or what? i
bet amy had a lot of fights with her high school english teacher b/c
he/she didn't get her writing.  just a random thought.

someone help me with the chorus, especially the lines:"...the first to
hold the lone coyote/the last to set it free..."  my thought about these
lines, and the song in general, is this: they show up in la to get some
work done, realize this is a whole different world with a lot of
complexity and beauty but all of this gets swept under the carpet by the
plastic music industry etc. this chorus is talking about the conflict
between wanting to remain true to herself and be accepted by the
industry. or is it?

then there's the "haven given/...well received into my open arms..." the
shaking tremors and the splitting earth are pretty obvious references to
the san andreas fault and its notorious activity in the heart of la.
also amy's connection to the earth (as expanded on in "world falls") and
feeling the pain of an earthquake.  it's a cool song.  any more bright
ideas on this one?

i'm getting tired now so i'll leave center stage and other ramblings for
another day.  please don't sic the society for conservation of bandwidth
on me (or whatever it's called...it really does exist...)...i'm sorry i
wasted disc space etc for everyone.  i'm going to bed, but only if
someone can tell me...if the stereo's in the other room how come all my
ig cds are starting to live next to the computer?  :)
--gwen

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date:         tue, 12 mar 1996 17:47:03 -0800
reply-to:     victoria mazzone <mazzonev@ucs.orst.edu>
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from:         victoria mazzone <mazzonev@ucs.orst.edu>
subject:      re: nigc melissa ferrick
x-to:         alycia <anb038@nwu.edu>
in-reply-to:  <199603130127.aa060370427@casbah.acns.nwu.edu>

on tue, 12 mar 1996, alycia wrote:

> wow, is all i can say when i think of melissa ferrick.  my radio station
> at home (97x, oxford, ohio, from the movie _rain man_)  was playing her
> single on the radio called "i am done" off of _willing to wait_  and i
> just fell in love with the song.
>
> i drove to cincinnati to see her.  there was a small crowd and
> just melissa and her base player, marika tjelios.  the two of them absolutely
> blew me away!!!!  melissa's hands move so fast up and down the neck of her
> guitar -  i was absolutely amazed.  she has so much energy and power.  i met
> melissa afterwards, talked to her for a while and had her sign her new cd.
> she was really a great person and extremely humble.
>
> atlantic dropped her from the label earlier this year.  she is mostly playing
> in la, but if she hits the road, go; no, run to see her.
>
> glad to see that other list members have discovered melissa ferrick.
>
> alycia
>

so does she have any cd's out?

philly kid

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date:         thu, 14 mar 1996 07:12:42 -0600
reply-to:     avital <avital@cs.wisc.edu>
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from:         avital <avital@cs.wisc.edu>
subject:      cortezt thins

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date:         thu, 14 mar 1996 07:15:18 -0600
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subject:      cortez thing

woah, i might of just sent an insane message to the list.  sorry if i did.
well, a few folks did ask to see this so i'm posting it so they'll be happy.
here goes - sorry for the typos...
cortez the killer weird thoughts-thing
honor the earth tour madison, wi may 8, 1995
this comes in at the end of the bit of the song they perform.
"i don't know how i got here - it's not even the color of my skin, even
the color of my skin.  it's a culrural thing.  i came here bringing all
sorts of wisdom - i'm gonna share with you, i'm gonna share with you.
i've got riches beyond your wildest imaginations.  i got religion too.
my family denied that there's something for you.
i don't know what happened to me.  i sailed so far.  i had such good intentions.
had so many great ideas.  my mother loved me, my father loved me, my
family loved me.  and my friendsm they say he's a wise man.
-hey you know that man cortez, he's a wise man?   you know that guy?
-yeah, he lives down the street from me.  i talked to him yesterday.  he's
  gonna go sail across the ocean and bring all sorts of riches for these
  people.  and he's a wise man.
am i a wise man?  i asked myself that when i was pulling the trigger.  i
asked myself that when i was fighting the fire.  i asked myself that the
night i lay upon a woman hard as the night, hard as the night, hard as the
night.  and i asked myself that as i struck my hand down on the ground
and i pulled out everything i could.  and i reached up as far as i could into
the heaven's and i pulled out this spirit.  and i said change your spirit,
change your spirit, change your spirit.  i've got a g-d and its gonna give
you whatever you need.  and you can change the rules as you live.  and
you can change the power as you grow up.  and you can change everything.
and, get this, no matter how many people you kill, you're still forgiven,
you're still forgiven.  there's nothing better then that.
what's wrong with this plan?  what happened to me?  i feel my insides
turning inside out,  i feel my heart going black.  and i look at myself and
i know what i am. i know what i am.  you know what i am?  i'm a killer!
i'm a killer!  i'm a killer!  i'm a killer!  i'm a killer!  i'm a killer!
i'm a killer!  i'm a killer!  i'm a killer now!  i'm a killer now!"

and if anyone, very few folks, are interested in the boot, i might be able to
set you up!  happy now? :)

avital

avital@lucy.cs.wisc.edu

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date:         thu, 14 mar 1996 08:39:49 -0500
reply-to:     d.perkin@access.texas.gov
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comments:     authenticated sender is <d.perkin@access.texas.gov>
from:         dan perkins <d.perkin@access.texas.gov>
organization: ecsd
subject:      re: t-shirts

on 13 mar 96 at 20:18, rustyr@delphi.com wrote:

> this is just too much fun.  how 'bout shirts that say "cute fuzzy bear
> cub" and then whatever year the individual thinks he or she _was_ the
> bear cub incarnation.
> rustyr


great! how about shirts that say "no, i was"


peace

dan perkins
post episodic clairvoyant
tour guide to the obvious
'
"it's not your job to be as confused as nigel"
                                  -david st. hubins
'
                    "these go  up to eleven"
                                   -nigel tufnel

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date:         thu, 14 mar 1996 06:41:34 -0800
reply-to:     kim fischer <rcn@coc.powell-river.bc.ca>
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from:         kim fischer <rcn@coc.powell-river.bc.ca>
subject:      thanks karen... thanks all (sigc)

hey all....
i promise. no muppet stuff : )
i just wanted to thank those on the list who've made my last few days more
bearable with fun... all the silly jokes etc abt the igs, their songs + the
muppets. ( cool... the girls on seseme street... i suppose they wouldn't be
doing  1 2 3 ?... )   me ... i've been having a real tough time. my father
in law is dying of cancer + it's been hard. in this past week, his health
took a major plunge, and well... i am the support for so many people here...
especially my mate + three kids. for the past couple of months the igs music
has surrounded meand kept me bouyed up when everything else seemed to be
falling apart. i know that when this all is over, every one of their songs
is going to have a bitter sweet sort of memory attached to it. then i'll
really have something to share for "song of the day". right now... all i
seem able to share is the insane humour that keeps me going. that coupled
with this list + the girl's music and whattaya get? - right - silliness
about kermit + miss piggy... etc. so anyway, ( if you've read this far )
thankyou to karen... the cringeing muppet lady, for starting  the thread...
it was a bright spot for me in a few really bad days : )......
so glad to have found this list... you guys are fun to read ( love the
t-shirt thread ) ( of course, without thread.... ah, never mind : )  )
well... there's a lot of reference to band width by posters on this list...
and this post is longish... so maybe i'd best worry  abt that + shut up.  : )
thanks for list ening : )
peace + happy posting. kim.
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subject:      it won't take long (min igc)

hey ya'll- sorry if this has been covered already. . .i'm sure it has but i must
not've saved the info...
i need to find out the name of the ferron album with "it won't take long"...if
anybody knows, please email me. :) thanks!!
rick

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date:         thu, 14 mar 1996 10:48:03 -0500
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subject:      newbie offer has expired. :(

{not that this message will do a whole heck of a lot of good, since
i know that i always reply to mail before i finish reading all of
it. ;) }

but, i do have my 15 newbies.  {i'm counting actual trades
separately, so i could help out as many actual newbies to the list
as possible. :) }

for those of you who didn't make it, sorry.  :(  but, keep your
eyes open, and perhaps some other kind soul out there who doesn't
have much to do on their spring break will offer something like
this.

nadyne. :)

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in-reply-to:  <199603141440.jaa03073@netspace.org> from "automatic digest
              processor" at mar 14, 96 09:40:06 am

hey,

kristen hall was awesome last saturday..."old bread, new bread" :) had to
be there.

also wondering if anyone willing to copy "writer's night with ar" for me?
i'd pay for the tape and postage. thanks.


                                sharon

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subject:      amy ray at sxsw

howdy, y'all!

point your browsers to the monsterbit page for sxsw...amy ray is listed as
appearing there. i am going to sxsw in austin today, and will be there for
the next four days. i had my whole schedule worked out about which venues
and bands i wanted to see...now, i require a re-think. :)  (sxsw is the
huge music festival in austin.)


scott zotigh
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kiowa
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subject:      news from rdr
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perry has asked me to post some news and tidbits.

first and most importantly:

wendy bucklew's cassette, rage in the ring, is back in print
in a limited run!  there will be 500 copies available, *exclusively*
through rainy day records.  to distinguish these from the original
run, all of them will be signed and dated by wendy.  they are
$12 each, plus shipping.  you wont be able to get them at shows, so
call rdr if you want one!  it is casstte only and will have all of
the orginal artwork.

also, rainy day records is currently between web sites.  rdr is
no longer found at hidden water, but perry is setting up his own domain.
in the meantime, orders can be placed by calling 1-800-636-6166,
or by e-mailing at rainy@mindspring.com.  once the new web
site is up and running, rdr will let evryone know.

have a good day!

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

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subject:      muppets a possibilty????

this may seem odd, but in high school i volunteered/interned at a local abc
affliate, and got to know a few people.... i almost got to be chris burke's
(life goes on) tour guide if he was going to be in maine (a parade i think. he never did
come) and i am probably going to meet a abc network correspondent
tomorrow  so i could always ask him (not!!!) to talk to the producers of the
muppet show...who knows it could happen, but if you think i am going 10
hours by bus to ny to talk to my fave author in a small off broadway theater
about the muppets (i will have to set my vcr to watch tho) you must be nuts!
mike r.

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subject:      rochester boot date...

i believe the actual show date of this concert is 4/24/94 not the 11th. i
remeber those 4 shows well in the period of time i was at unh, it was a
pretty difficult period of time and some list members (waves to karen
vittek, all the way out there in oregon) who really helped out
mike r. *who does want a copy of this show but is buried in trades*

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subject:      re: jazzfest ids again....
x-to:         karen robinson <lynn@texas.net>
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on sun, 10 mar 1996, karen robinson wrote:

> the jazzfest.  and the saturday concert might be cool too but i just love
> the thought of emily and amy looking down at the front of the crowd and
> seeing a row of moo's.  maybe better yet, moo!s yeah that's it an !.  oh i'm
> really losing it now.
> comments may be sent to someone else.  i'm sure the ambulance from the
> hospital will be here any second with attendants and straight jackets. (g)
> yours almost truly,
>
> karen


alright.  i don't get it.  what's the moo thing?  would someone please
explain?

thanks in advance.

philly kid

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subject:      what do we say when....

amy and emily see hordes of people wearing white t-shirts with moo written
on them?  karen robinson and i were discussing it - and couldn't come up
with a good answer.

cause you have to think...here a&e will be singing their hearts out -
looking out to an audience of  - - well...sloppy dressers!  think of how
dirty we'll look wearing t-shirts with magic marker all over it.  we need
to come up with a catchy response that will make them laugh and remember
all of us.  i know if they asked me directly, i'd say
"duh..uhh..moo..uhh...i mean...cow...uhh...galileo...1200
curefews...<here's where i'd faint>.."

what can we say that would be catchy?
- jen hall

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subject:      re: this world falls on me

so it's approximately world falls day. ( i've stopped looking at
calanders-they're so depressing- so i'm really not sure _what_ day it is, but
it's somewhere around world falls day. first i want to say this is one of my
all time favorite songs in the whole wide world. next i want to say that this
song is one of the better examples of what makes ig so special.
#1. musically it's quite simple. it's a repeating sequence of 4 chords, plus
the bridge, which is a little more complicated, but still quite easy to play,
_yet_ it doesn't sound like a simple, boring, repetative song at all.
#2. of course, you add emily's little "diddly-doo's" over amy's guitar, and it
begins to sound musically quite complex.
#3. lyrically brilliant, as are all their songs. the words induce such a
feeling of love-of-life. beautiful.
#4. the harmonies are classic ig. amy singing "this world falls on me with
hopes of immortality." while emily sings above, and slightly behind her to
emphasize "me" and "imortality." the blend of the two voices is a classic ig
"trick."
#5. they sing multiple lines at the same time. in the last chorus em sings the
chorus "this world fall on me..." while amy sings the bridge over top of it,
"i'm running..." how many groups can sing two entirely different parts of a
song at the same time, and make it work?
#6. and finally, the "cherry on top", as if all the above weren't enough to
make this an incredible song, emily plays the melody to "twinkle twinkle
little star" just as amy sings "i'm under a starry sky" in the bridge. wow.
just when you thought you knew the song, you hear that for the first time
(after listening to it a thousand times) and you say, "holy cow! (moo!) i
can't believe they did that and i never heard it before! brilliant!"

that's the word for this song. brilliant.

oh, and speaking of moo! and folkisgruven, and bear cubs, (i know i wasn't,
but i was thinking it) i think the shirst should say, "no, _i_ was a cute
fuzzy bear cub!  folkismoo!ven" and the date of your bear cub incarnation.
that incorporates all of the ideas into one. (don't y'all love how i'm
throwing out all these suggestions, and i won't even be there? :)

folkismoo!ven,
lorindigo
driving...

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lorinda wright           "learn to pretend there's more than love that
lw01@lehigh.edu           matters. -e.s.
lehigh university         "and i drove out of there with no one behind
bethlehem, pa             me. i was feeling funny and free. -a.r.
    i           will            not         be              complacent

so if i am not who you thought i was, well hello it's nice to meet you.
willing to wait. i will survive. i will love every minute of my life. i will
not concede. i will believe. -melissa ferrick

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subject:      amy ray at sxsw (update)

hey...bummer... :(  amy ray is only appearing as a panelist in the
conference. so we don't get to hear her sing. ::sigh::  i guess getting to
see her is something, eh?  :)  btw...micheal lorant (big fish ensamble) is
here, too.  cool!  :)

the sxsw home page is at "http://www.sxsw.com"


scott zotigh
zotigh@usa.pipeline.com
kiowa
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p.s.
  did i post twice earlier??  accident.  my appologies. :)  ::click, click,
click, click::   (he,he)

pss
   takin a moment to say "howdy" to pooh, pirate, uglybass, coax, cera,
spidey, and the rest of the irc gang!!  ::waving::  :)

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organization: ecsd
subject:      re: what do we say when....

on 14 mar 96 at 11:13, jennifer hall wrote:

> to come up with a catchy response that will make them laugh and remember
> all of us.  i know if they asked me directly, i'd say
> "duh..uhh..moo..uhh...i mean...cow...uhh...galileo...1200
> curefews...<here's where i'd faint>.."
>
> what can we say that would be catchy?
>  - jen hall


lol jen

i don't know for certain, but if a or e spoke to us directly from the
stage i am pretty sure that fainting on the spot is the appropriate
response..

or we could all yell back "king of night fishing"

and then faint..

peace

dan perkins
post episodic clairvoyant
tour guide to the obvious
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                                  -david st. hubins
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subject:      catie curtis!!

hello to all!!
i recently bought the new catie curtis cd, and i was very impressed.  she
is very good lyrically, but of course pale in comparison to the girls!!
i recommend her album if you're in the mood for some good-ol' folk moosic
(i'm new here, too, and i don't really understand the moo thing...???)

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subject:      he might be the one!

hi all!

this is only the third time i've posted, but i thought that i just
couldn't keep it to myself, so i'm sharing.
was out with this really wonderful guy the other night, we're sitting
in one of my favorite lounges having cocktails and as they're getting
ready to close, they start playing ig self-titled--the whole thing!  i
told him who it was and how much i like them, and he just seemed to be
half-listening and it was late, so we left.  here's the cool part:
the next night we're out at his cabin, having a fire on the beach.
i brought some cd's over (just one ig, however) and while he was in
the house "closer to fine" starts playing loud enough to be heard outside.
when he comes out, he's just smiling and says that he loved what he
heard the previous night, and wanted to stay to hear the rest, but the
bar was closing.  and there i was thinking that he didn't like
them (well, he's a music major so i guess he's trained to listen when
it looks like he isn't, the sneak!)  also, he admitted that he chose
that cd because it was mine and he wants to get to know what i like in
music.  he is just incredibly cool.
one last thing:  i'm flying to florida tomorrow, arriving in atlanta
at 9 am, how much fun can i have in 3 hours while i'm waiting for my
flight?  i'm going with a friend who is threatening me with very
strong cocktails at dawn.  do you think we might be broke before we
even get to tampa?
thanks for listening, have a great weekend!

kristan

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subject:      re: what do we say when....

>cause you have to think...here a&e will be singing their hearts out -
>looking out to an audience of  - - well...sloppy dressers!

i thought the whole idea was to, you know, identify each other, not make a
fashion statement :)


>what can we say that would be catchy?

all together, now, 1, 2, 3,  thanks y'all!!

jude <=roarin' back and borin' a big hole through life! :)

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subject:      hello

hey there,

i know i don't post very often, but i've been having the best time
reading all of your stories.  i just wanted to drop in a note of how i
actually came to absolutely love the ig.  i remember it was about four
years ago and i went to visit my cousin in new hampshire.  one night he
had several friends come over and chill with us for the night. two of
them brought guitars and all night we just sat around in a circle and
sang our hearts out.  before that night, i only listened to the ig a
couple of times, but it never hit me so hard until his friends broke out
with secure yourself. the music and harmony was so powerful, it was
almost entrancing.  i asked them to play some more of ig and every song
just got even better.
        no joke, the next day, i treked to the music store and bought
three of their cds at once.  for the next three weeks straight, that's
all i listened to and funny as it may seem, it got better every time i
heard it.
        well, that's my story.  hope i didn't bore you.  well, i'll try
to post as often as i can.  didn't realize how much fun that was...:d.

peace,

sabina

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subject:      romeo & juliet

okay, i know that this isn't the song of the day, but i just had to
share this totally bizarre experience.  last night i got home pretty
late, i was out having desert with some friends.  anyway, for some
reason i had romeo & juliet going through my head.  i tried to find my
tape so i could listed to it, but realized that it was at work.  i
thought about calling one of the gals i work with and asking her to
bring rites of passage on cd to work today, so that i could listen to
it while i worked, but decided it was too late.  anyway, i stuck in
dire straits money for nothing cd in this morning, and all of the
sudden i heard romeo & juliet.  i had no idea they sang it as well.  it
was kind of cool cause it is one of my favs.  anyway, does anyone know
who wrote it and who was the first to record it?  my guess is that it
may have been dire straits since they have the words written out, but i
could be wrong.

-jessi

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subject:      re: ig does broadway

in a message dated 96-03-13 23:23:05 est, noi writes:

> what if they did the
>broadway scene?  if you are familar with the shows on now, where do you
>all think you could see them?? :)

well.......does jcsar count ? the atlanta casts enthusiasm alone
made it one of the best shows i've ever seen. i'm tellin' ya honey
it was shades of judy garland and micky rooney, as in "lets put
on a show ! i'll make the costumes ! and we can use the barn for a stage !!!"
it was fabulous !
the video should be available from daemon any day now !
ya know.... i was listening to benjamin sing " i don't know how to
love him " (on" tofq, the love that won't shut up" cd) a while
back and thought "why, he was terrific as caiaphas in jcsar
but he also would have made a great mary m." then, of course,
emily would have had to play the evil caiaphas. hmmmmm...
i think it could work !
love power !
claire
>turn kick, turn kick, turn kick, kick turn !< (the producers)

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subject:      hell 'n ready

ok, i know this is going to turn out to be one of the stupidest questions i've
ever asked, but is there _another_ musical group known as "hell 'n ready" or
perhaps "hellen ready"? of course there's the one down in atlanta that kristen
hall plays in, and they're great, and funny, and totally entertaining, but i
didn't really think they'd be that well known, and last night they were
mentioned on prime time tv! huh? run that by me again!?
last night on "grace under fire" grace was talking to russel, and she said
something to the effect of, "i'm not getting into your car until you unstick
that hell 'n ready [or hellen ready?] tape." i did a serious double take. how
the heck would a band like hell 'n ready get mentioned on a prime time
sitcom???

as i said, this is probably a really stupid question, and there's probably
some really famous person named hellen ready who i've never heard of because i
live under a rock. :)

folkismoo!ven,
lorindigo
driving...

    i           will            not        be               complacent
lorinda wright           "learn to pretend there's more than love that
lw01@lehigh.edu           matters. -e.s.
lehigh university         "and i drove out of there with no one behind
bethlehem, pa             me. i was feeling funny and free. -a.r.
    i           will            not         be              complacent

so if i am not who you thought i was, well hello it's nice to meet you.
willing to wait. i will survive. i will love every minute of my life. i will
not concede. i will believe. -melissa ferrick

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date:         thu, 14 mar 1996 14:51:28 -0500
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romeo & juliet is from dire straits' making movies album, which came out
about 12 years ago.  it's always been one of my favorite songs, and its
kind of funny that you brought it up today because i was listening to rop
on my way to work today and i was thinking about the first time i heard
the ig version of romeo & juliet..

when i first picked up rop in the store i was thrilled to see it on the
song list because i could totally envision ig doing a beautiful, harmony,
perhaps acappella version of the song, like they did with american tune
in concert.  when i first listened to the version that they did do - i
absolutely hated it.   but after about five or six listenings it started
to grow on me, and now it is one of my favorite songs and i can't imagine
it being done any other way.  i hardly listen to the dire straits version
now because it just sounds pale and weak in comparison.

  harry a. keates

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>
>hellen ready is a famous singer from the early to mid 70's.  she sang
>"i am woman".  she was on david letterman last night in a cameo
>appearence.

yup, i was right. it was that "i live under a rock" thing. thanks for
answering my stupid question!

folkisgruven,
lorindigo

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lorinda wright           "learn to pretend there's more than love that
lw01@lehigh.edu           matters. -e.s.
lehigh university         "and i drove out of there with no one behind
bethlehem, pa             me. i was feeling funny and free. -a.r.
    i           will            not         be              complacent

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subject:      re: cortez thing

i just wanted to say thank you for writing this out...last year some
friends and i went to an ig concert in indianapolis and amy started
screaming in the middle of the instrumental part of this train (revised),
and we couldn't tell what she was yelling until all of a sudden she started
the "i am a killer" sequence and then ended up psuedo whispering "i am
proud" -- it was so unexpected, and we were all a little taken aback, and i
had always wondered what she was saying.  strange that she should switch it
from tmf to ttr, or vice versa...

january simpson

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hey karen,
thanks for the look at -center stage- i think you pretty much got it.

"the king is in his counting house, counting out his money...
the queen is in her parlour, eating bread and honey..."

perhaps the loss of innocence metaphpor again, combined
with the obsevation that the "money people"  feed off of the art
while they desecrate it, and strangle it (slowly...and insidiously)
("it's great, but i don't hear a single...")

another thought about the childrens rhymes -as- metaphors
when you look closely at old childerens tales, they are usually
pretty "dark" and scary. (ashes, ashes, they all fall down....
...bubonic plague, ect.). maybe ar had that in mind when she
encorporated them into "center stage"?
also " i'm gulping smoke to fade away"...people "checking out" thru
drugs ?
i have to go listen to this song now, with your translation in hand !
love power!
claire

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in a message dated 96-03-14 11:52:40 est, you write:

>alright.  i don't get it.  what's the moo thing?  would someone please
>explain?
>
>thanks in advance.
>
>philly kid

ummmm... i'm not too sure, but i think it may refer to the
intro to gallileo in 1,200 curfews, and the cows reaction to the fact that
the pope finally pardoned mr. g.

love power !
claire

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me too !
i have something to say about "welcome me" (we need more than
one stinkin day per song...).
so anyway....when i hear ar sing wm i allways get this strong
image of the coyote in the latul vid, just pacing that little cage..
it's incredibly sad to me. now i wasn't a big fan of coyotes, because
one of them ate my cat a couple of years ago, but through that song
and video, i've learned to forgive.
a few months ago i was out working in the woods. it was a really
beautiful afternoon/early evening and i had already witnessed a herd
of elk go thundering by... they were so close that  i could smell them
and hear them breathing, but i couldn't see them.......
towards the end of the day i found myself in an opening and could see the
draws leading to the creek below, and the hills above me,and above
them, the moon and stars were making their appearance. suddenly
the call of a lone coyote rose out of the draw below, soon it was
answered from the hillside... then the entire valley i was in erupted in
the most beautiful and eerie symphony of coyotes i had ever heard !
i was surrounded by them !
i was so moved that i joined in, and they let me !
i felt as though i made a bond with the wild things that day.
and i'll never forget it.

"..the first to prase the sun, the first to praise the moon,
the first to hold the lone coyote...the last to set it free"
(amy ray)

ooowwwooooooooooo !
claire

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:) lorinda- there's a singer named helen reddy.
um, i guess she's most famous for singing "i am woman (hear me roar)"- as well
as stuff like delta dawn (what's that flower you've got on?) and this other song
- angie baby - which i discovered a few months back is the weirdest freakin'
song you'll ever hear. so it's odd that helen reddy would sing it. i know her
best from starring in "pete's dragon" and singing "candle on the water".
and for a little dose of igc- she also covers "i don't know how to love him".
;)
rick
(off to listen to angie baby....wondering who the heck hell'n ready is. your
turn to answer!)

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       ** counted for- stand up now              **
       ** i've got my one life and what's it to  **
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subject:      world falls (yes, i am on the right song now)

oky, i'm just going post crazy these days...no muppets, but glad i could
help, kim, the real credit goes to all the other people who responded!  and
mike r., hello!

um, on the subject...

okay, for years now i have been telling people that there is a guitar line
of "twinkle twinkle little star" in world falls and no one believes me, not
even on this list (or at least not the last time i posted it)...it's right
when amy sings about beign under a starry sky, i swear it...any one else
care to corroborate this?  quick, everyone pull out their tapes....


thanks!

k
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got my paper and i was freeeeeeeeeeeee!!!

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subject:      oh, world falls!!

can we just talk about how much i love this song?  it moves me.  really,
seriously no lie, it is almost a religious experience every time i hear the
song, and i always have to rewind and listen to it again.  it's such a
celebration of the intense, almost painful, beauty and miracle of life (at
least the way i interpret it...) -- it totally echoes my own enthusiasm.
this is also, i think, the song that hooked my roommate on the ig.  she had
never heard of them till last year and now she goes through withdrawl over
our breaks.  it was fun to see her at her first ig concert.....they played
world falls and she just closed her eyes and shouted it out.  it was
fabulous.  i remember after secure yourself, she turned to me with tears in
her eyes and whispered "that was so beautiful...they are so amazing..." and
her sentence just sort of faded without any real conclusion.  i'll never
forget that concert -- they did three encores, and the show lasted for
three hours.  i was on an emotional high for about a week after that.
sorry i rambled,

january simpson

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subject:      re: hell 'n ready

on 14 mar 96 at 14:55, lorinda wright wrote:

> ok, i know this is going to turn out to be one of the stupidest questions i've
> ever asked, but is there _another_ musical group known as "hell 'n ready" or
> perhaps "hellen ready"?

well, there is helen ready, a singer. i think she is originally from
the states, but got her real musical start in australia. during the
'70s she had a couple of big hits, "i am woman" and "delta dawn" and
one other the name of which escapes me. "i am woman" was the biggie
though.

the 70s. the decade that brought us helen ready, the bee gees, and
the captain and tenile. thank god the 70s are gone!

peace

dan perkins
post episodic clairvoyant
tour guide to the obvious
'
"it's not your job to be as confused as nigel"
                                  -david st. hubins
'
                    "these go  up to eleven"
                                   -nigel tufnel

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subject:      re: world falls (yes, i am on the right song now)

karen, you wrote...
>okay, for years now i have been telling people that there is a guitar line
>of "twinkle twinkle little star" in world falls and no one believes me, not
>even on this list (or at least not the last time i posted it)...it's right
>when amy sings about beign under a starry sky, i swear it...any one else
>care to corroborate this?  quick, everyone pull out their tapes....

well, it just so happens that i am in the computer lab right now with my
nomads tape.....listening... yes!  oh wow, that's the first time i've ever
heard it!  it's almost covered up by the cords, but you can hear twinkle
twinkle being plucked on one string!  cool.  you're right, and it's
undeniable.
peace,

january simpson

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subject:      "thank's y'all" minigc

i am delurking today just to say that i love jude's idea about "thanks
y'all"  being on the identifying t-shirts!  it makes a clearcut statement
that we, as fans, are thanking them for sharing their gift  with us.  of
course..i am not going to the show..but it sure would be interesting, to say
the least!

  peace and indigo grrls <smile>

   sher

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>
>:) lorinda- there's a singer named helen reddy.
>um, i guess she's most famous for singing "i am woman (hear me roar)"- as well
>as stuff like delta dawn (what's that flower you've got on?) and this other son

ok, now that 5 or 6 of you have come forward to answer my question...
thank you all for helping me. i knew it was going to be a stupid question ;)
well color me enlightened...

crawling back under my rock,
lorindigo
driving...

    i           will            not        be               complacent
lorinda wright           "learn to pretend there's more than love that
lw01@lehigh.edu           matters. -e.s.
lehigh university         "and i drove out of there with no one behind
bethlehem, pa             me. i was feeling funny and free. -a.r.
    i           will            not         be              complacent

so if i am not who you thought i was, well hello it's nice to meet you.
willing to wait. i will survive. i will love every minute of my life. i will
not concede. i will believe. -melissa ferrick

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i know it's not the right day, and i don't have the liner notes handy... it
just struck me that i could have been singing this wrong for the last few
years... can someone fill in the blank? (i'm going to feel _really_ stupid in
about five minutes...) "i wonder which saint...(this is the blank)...will
grant her consolation..."  thanks!  peace, love, and incorrect lyrics, sarah

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hey y'all-
        i regretfully announce that i have to unsubscribe from this
blessed list for spring break- or else i'll have to sort through over 800
messages after a couple weeks of not checking...  hope someone will be
nice enough to fill me in on stuff whie i'm gone...  for any of you that
know me, you can reach me at "lwarren531@aol.com" until the 24th.
i'll resubscribe later....  farewell, my ig brothers and sisters....
-mandy warren

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i wonder which saint that lives inside of me?????
maybe?
-mandy

on thu, 14 mar 1996 sanawike1@aol.com wrote:

> i know it's not the right day, and i don't have the liner notes handy... it
> just struck me that i could have been singing this wrong for the last few
> years... can someone fill in the blank? (i'm going to feel _really_ stupid in
> about five minutes...) "i wonder which saint...(this is the blank)...will
> grant her consolation..."  thanks!  peace, love, and incorrect lyrics, sarah
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subject:      moo and bear cubs

this explains both "moo" and "fuzzy little bear cub" for those of you who
don't own 1200 curfews or watershed:

moo refers to emily saying "moo" pretending to be galileo reincarnated as
a cow during the intro to "galileo" on 1200 curfews. it's such a joke on
the list because there was a *major* discussion a couple months ago as to
whether it was amy or emily who said moo (and there are still people i am
sure who will swear it was amy!)

"fuzzy little bear cub" refers to the galileo video, which is on
watershed (collection of ig videos and interviews). the video itself is
*very* funny, you just have to see it. a+e dress up as various people
throughout history (emily as the pope!). during the video there are
"quotes" displayed that say who they were or what they experienced in a
previous life. the quote is attributed to either amy or emily. well one
of them is: "i was a fuzzy little bear cub - emily" (as a fuzzy little
bear cub walks across the screen) and then the next screen says "no, i
was. - amy." then it says "no, i was. - emily" and then "no, i was. - amy"

those aren't exact quotes but you get the idea. i prolly got the names
backwards, maybe it was amy who "said" it first. if i was a perfectionist
i'd go pop the video in and write everything down, but i'm not. :) anyway,
the entire galileo video is one of the funniest videos i have ever seen
and i love things that make me laugh.

i just got watershed a couple weeks ago and wouldn't have had a clue
whatcha all were talking about unless i had seen the video. enough people
have expressed confusion i just thought i'd step in and explain...

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   i wonder which saint
   that lives inside a bead
   will grant her consolation
   when she counts upon her need

as a lapsed catholic i can say with some confidence this refers to rosary
beads which people use to aid in their prayer (the way i see it anyway and
i can't think of any other reference!). it's been a long time since my
first communion classes but if i recall correctly, each bead = one prayer.
for example a person might say a "hail mary" on the small beads (moving
from bead to bead as they say each hail mary) and then an "our father"
when they get to one of the large beads. of course the prayers said will
change from person to person and maybe even day to day, what do i know?
*grin* my mom was really upset when i told her i wanted to wear my rosary
to school. as a 1st grader i thought it just looked cool, i didn't
understand why she was so against the idea.

if people want ig lyrics and they have access to the web, the coolest
site in all the world is:

http://www.hidwater.com/lifeblood/ig.html

kristina

on thu, 14 mar 1996, punky brewster wrote:

> i wonder which saint that lives inside of me?????
> maybe?
> -mandy
>
> on thu, 14 mar 1996 sanawike1@aol.com wrote:
>
> > i know it's not the right day, and i don't have the liner notes handy... it
> > just struck me that i could have been singing this wrong for the last few
> > years... can someone fill in the blank? (i'm going to feel _really_ stupid in
> > about five minutes...) "i wonder which saint...(this is the blank)...will
> > grant her consolation..."  thanks!  peace, love, and incorrect lyrics, sarah

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here goes, don't feel stupid.

i wonder which saint that lives inside a bead/will grant her consolation
as she counts upon her need/it makes us all angry though we feign to
care/but who will be the scale to weigh the cross she has to bear...

hope i didn't flub it up; no liner notes in front of me.  reference to
rosary beads, btw, in case that had something to do with why you didn't
hear the "bead" part.

happy humming--gwen

on thu, 14 mar 1996 sanawike1@aol.com wrote:

> i know it's not the right day, and i don't have the liner notes handy... it
> just struck me that i could have been singing this wrong for the last few
> years... can someone fill in the blank? (i'm going to feel _really_ stupid in
> about five minutes...) "i wonder which saint...(this is the blank)...will
> grant her consolation..."  thanks!  peace, love, and incorrect lyrics, sarah
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on 14 mar 96 at 14:12, l. andrade wrote:

> i just got watershed a couple weeks ago and wouldn't have had a clue
> whatcha all were talking about unless i had seen the video. enough people
> have expressed confusion i just thought i'd step in and explain...


i love this video..... the funniest music video since this is spinal
tap.

i watched watershed twice this last weekend..  i love the part in
galileo where a+e keep pushing each other out of the picture and then
end up with there arms around each other..... how can two people be
sooooooooooo cooool!?

if you don't own this video or haven't seen it check it out. it is
fantastic.

peace

dan perkins
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tour guide to the obvious
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                    "these go  up to eleven"
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i think its "i wonder which saint which lives inside a bead"

like, rosary bead.

i too am without liner notes

and i could be totally wrong.

hmmm

peace, moo, etc

larissa


> i know it's not the right day, and i don't have the liner notes handy... it
> just struck me that i could have been singing this wrong for the last few
> years... can someone fill in the blank? (i'm going to feel _really_ stupid
in
> about five minutes...) "i wonder which saint...(this is the blank)...will
> grant her consolation..."  thanks!  peace, love, and incorrect lyrics,
sarah
>

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thanks, everyone... i was listening with headphones and caught the bead
thing... i had always just sung along with "...lives inside of me..." and i
never really got it.  now i get it.  i was catholic once upon a time, so it
all makes a _whole_ heckuva lot more sense now... yeah, my mom wasn't to
thrilled with the idea of my wearing that cool pink beaded rosary to school,
either, but i think i was in 2nd grade then.  again, thanks everybody. =)
peace, love, and rosary beads, sarah

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subject:      ig and byu

last week someone mentioned that byu was unaware of ig or something to that
effect. just wanted to set the record straight. i learned about the ig from
several byu students and recent grads when they moved to japan to teach at
the same school i was teaching in. i have located all ig cd's at byu's music
store and purchased ig sheet music in provo. i have heard ig music on the
local radio stations. i don't know, maybe no one does know about the ig.
however, i think that they do.

marian ashley

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subject:      world falls +

i have been a member of this list for about a week. it has been an
enlightening experience. i have been living in japan for the past five years.
it was there, about 4 years ago, that a new teacher at our school introduced
me to the ig. she played the guitar and played ctf. it was my transition back
to music. i had been on a music drought since my sophomore year in college
--- quite a while ago. she then shared her ig tapes and cd's. i was hooked
and have made an effort to buy anthing of their's that i have been able to
find. (in japan, there wasn't much) she made me a copy of ig and nis. i wore
them out.  anyway, i was shocked by this list. i had no idea that so many
people were as, may i use the word, "obsessed" with the ig as i am. (this
will get around to the song) i had bought a guitar about 17 years ago while
in high school and had learned a few chords. i had become such a good player
that when i moved to japan, i left my guitar in storage.

when i returned home on vacation in 1994, i had determined that i had to
learn to play if for nothing else but to learn to play ig music. the rhythm,
syncopation, harmony, picking patterns, strums, etc were in my soul and i
knew that i had to learn them. the first song i just had to play was world
falls. i loved the sound, the feel, the words. the chorus and bridge section
kept running through my head. i found myself singing it as i woke in the
morning.

by having to learn to play guitar, i changed my entire life! i began to
develop other hobbies such as writing and exercising (again). my life turned
around. i gained a perspective that i had not had before. while i loved japan
and its people, my life was so out of balance in japan and i knew that i had
to come home and do things that i loved doing. i am thrilled to be back.
excited about my progress on the guitar and looking forward to sharing the ig
experience with you.

p.s. since i am new, i have no clue about some of the abbreviations. the song
and album titles i am able to figure out, but what is "moo"?

thanks for wading through
marian ashley

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helen reddy is a singer who was popular in the 70's and maybe 80's.  she
sang delta dawn and i am woman

coincidentally, she was on david letterman last night.  she kept
interupting the action by singing.

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subject:      world falls/twinkle, twinkle...

hi folks!

this is an excerpt from an ig article in the jan/feb 1991 issue of acoustic guitar
magazine:

"ray writes out the lyrics and chords for her own songs.  she plays it for
saliers, who starts to 'mess around' with it, adding interesting chords and
putting in a lead part.  if there's not lead, ray says they try to find some
kind of guitar line that's a recurring theme throughout the song, or something
that mirrors the lyrics. 'you may say something lyrically and the guitar line
mimics that,' says ray.  'that's kind of experimental.'  one example of that
approach is in 'world falls,' from nomads indians saints.  in the bridge, ray
sings about being 'under a starry sky' while saliers plays a phrase from the
nursery rhyme 'twinkle, twinkle, little star.'"

this is a wonderful article - i ordered a copy of it  from acoustic guitar
several months ago (had to pay $4.50 for a copy...yikes!).  it really sheds a lot of light
on how amy & emily write their lyrics and music.  it also contains the sheet music for "hammer
and a nail."  if anyone would like a copy of the article (which is about 5 pages),
e-mail me.

peace, love, and moo,

joan :)

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i brought this subject up about a month ago and this is what i think:
my fair lady- amy as prof. higgins and emily as eliza
godspell
falsettos-amy as the dr. and emily as cordelia
glad to be talkin' about broadway again,
ben

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on thu, 14 mar 1996, michael reynolds wrote:

> i believe the actual show date of this concert is 4/24/94 not the 11th. i
> remeber those 4 shows well in the period of time i was at unh, it was a
> pretty difficult period of time and some list members (waves to karen
> vittek, all the way out there in oregon) who really helped out


hey!  somebody else in oregon!  i live in oregon too! even tho i *am* the
one and only philly kid . . i moved to oregon 3 1/2 years ago.

love n kisses, the philly kid

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on thu, 14 mar 1996, lorinda wright wrote:

>
> as i said, this is probably a really stupid question, and there's probably
> some really famous person named hellen ready who i've never heard of because i
> live under a rock. :)
>

helen reddy was a top 40 singer back in the early 70's, most noted for
her hit single, "i am woman".

love n kisses, the philly kid

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subject:      women guitarists & ig guitar

okay, ig fam!

i have two questions.

the first one is nigc.

i am going to be hosting a radio show on our college radio station
sometime soon.  right now i am apprenticing on a friend's show.  her
format (and mine) will be women's music.  so. . what i need from y'all is
this:  please name some women guitarists that i can play or pick up the
cd's.  i already have: michelle malone, the mother station, ig (of
course)! liona boyd, heart.  i'm going to pick up some jennifer batten
(of git fame) and also natalie merchant's new one, her guitarist jennifer
turner is really good.  also i have melissa etheridge.

i'd like some suggestions on women guitarists, specifically lead
players.  no offense against acoustic players, but there are tons out
there, and i want to hear some virtuoso playing.  however, if you can
suggest some kick-ass acoustic players, cool.

now, the second question:

what ig tracks do you feel most show off the girl's guitar playing?  i
know they have fabulous harmonies and lyrics, and that seems to get
discussed more than their playing (i don't really care what gets
discussed, but i'm emphasising their playing to keep in mind when
suggesting songs).

thank you very much in advance. :) :) :)


love n guitar licks, the philly kid

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subject:      "i always wake to find a face to calm these troubled lands"

hallo, folks -- i've been waiting patiently for "world falls" day, only to
discover now that i'm not sure what to say about it.  (well, danna, say
something and get it over with; these people do have lives, you know.)  ;)

after my sophomore year of college, i took a leave of absence. . . long story
short, i ended up running away, disappeared without a trace for a year and a
half.  (hard to believe i'm getting to be such a fine upstanding citizen now,
blah blah blah, argh.)  anyway, i travelled ('tho that's a polite way of
putting it) all around the u.s., canada, and some parts of mexico. . .
whenever i hear "world falls," it makes me think of the good parts of that
time -- the sheer beauty of the oregon/california redwood borders, the
dark-blue (all right, indigo) stillness of lake louise. . . all sorts of
natural wonders that took my breath away and made me cry when first i saw
them.  i would go to sleep in utter darkness on the first level spot i could
find to place my sleeping bag -- and wake up ringed by mountains.

"world falls" is one of my favourite ig songs, and an especial amy-pet.  (i
just wish it were "i wish i were a nomad," but that's because i was an
english major for too long.) (oh yeah?  then why did you use "were" twice in
a row?)  ;)

well, i tried to make that brief; hope you're all still awake.

=danna the perpetually clueless (sitting back and waiting patiently for
"keeper of my heart" and "hand me downs")

p.s.  to anyone who has received obnoxious mail from me in the last two days
-- i'm really sorry.  it's just been a really bad time.  i won't send any
more mail unless i'm in a more rational frame of mind, i promise.

=d.

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subject:      nigc : saving the ancient forests (fwd)

sorry for the nigc, but these folks are really going all out to save the
last 4% of old growth left in the united states.  if you've never seen an
old growth tree, believe me, they are beyond incredible and every one is
worth saving from the logging companies and the damage the salvage rider
has inflicted.  love, philly kid


---------- forwarded message ----------
date: thu, 14 mar 1996 09:39:20 -0800 (pst)
from: loretta whitebread <wbread@teleport.com>
to: evening <mazzonev@ucs.orst.edu>, joe telafici <feech@proaxis.com>,
    rob olson <owner-cascadia-news@teleport.com>,
    david bullock <dbullock@teleport.com>, erin borgeson <tikihut@aol.com>,
    earline ahonima <mrsahonima@aol.com>
subject: webside for saving the ancient forests


please visit our new website: http://www.mediamaker.com/owf

witnesses against lawless logging and other groups have been embraced by
oregon wildlife federation..one of the oldest environmental organizations
in oregon.

this site has some good information about how to contact various forest
service agents.  many of you already know the atrocities happening with
the sanction of the forest service..what you may not know is that the
forest service has also outlawed the annual sundance on mt. hood here in
oregon.  this is a real blow to the indigenous community.

you can check out planet peace's website for more info:
http://www.teleport.com/~amt/planetpeace/action_alerts/fnssn-anpo.html

other good websites for forest info:

cascadia:
www.tnews.com/

headwaters:
http://mercury.sfsu.edu/~brownb/

nw ancient forests:
http://www.teleport.com/~wbrandt/forests/forest.shtml

enthusiastically,

loretta

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in-reply-to:  message of thu, 14 mar 1996 20:38:10 -0500 from <listserv@netspace

   hey guys, coming out of lurking for a short stint:
             i noticed the post about amy and emily's writing.  in acoustic
guitar mag. i believe (if i'm not mistaken i think i have that one...hmmm).
          anyway, i was reading something on the web, an interview from amy
ray's apartment back in the grammy days i believe.  she talked about how she
(ray) writes her songs.  she starts with a kind of stream of consciousness,
and then goes back later and polishes it up a bit, and turns it into a song.
i guess that would explain songs like jonas and ezekial, etc etc.  those songs
that make a little sense but are kind of hard to grasp.
          it was of some interest to me because of the struggle to write.
   hmmmm...maybe i'll try it...definately couldn't hurt ;)
          i don't know if that made any sense or if it had anything to do with
anything...but then again...i'm suffering from a major coffee induced buzzy
headache...
                                              kacy

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subject:      nigc--a thought for spring break(or anytime)

hey y'all.. what follows has probably made its way all over cyberspace, or
maybe not. anyway, i have two friends who recently suddenly lost a parent
and a grandparent, and then i ran across this, and i know spring break is
coming up for a lot of us.... so i thought i'd share it with y'all. okie,
i'll shut up now.  everyone who's having one... have a great spring break!!

just one of the girls,
mindigo
(mindy holley) <holleys@uamont.edu>
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the man stopped at the flower shop to order some flowers to be wired to his
mother who lived 200 miles away. as he got out of his car he noticed a girl
sitting on the curb sobbing. he asked her what was wrong and she replied:
"i wanted to buy a red rose for my mother, but i only have 75 cents and a rose
costs $2.00."
the man smiled and said,"come on in with me. i will buy you a rose for your
mother." he placed his ftd order of flowers to his mother and bought a rose
for the girl. as they were leaving, he offered the girl a ride.
  she responded, "yes, please, if you could, take me to my mother,"  and she
directed him to a cemetery where she placed the rose on a freshly dug grave.
the man returned to the flower shop, cancelled the wire order, picked up the
flowers and drove the 200 miles to his mother's home.

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subject:      re: world falls

hi everyone!  this is the first time i am writing to this list,
although i've been on it for awhile and am having a blast.

karen vittek wrote:

>okay, for years now i have been telling people that there is a
guitar line
of "twinkle twinkle little star" in world falls and no one believes
me, not
>even on this list (or at least not the last time i posted it)...it's
right
>when amy sings about beign under a starry sky, i swear it...any one
else
>care to corroborate this?  quick, everyone pull out their tapes....


i agree with you.  twinkle, twinkle is in there.  the first time i
heard it i laughed because i couldn't believe how well it fit in.  it
is in emily's guitar part - the pitches to listen for are the highest
ones.

happy listening!

donna

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subject:      galileo video quotes

:) just to prove how totally pathetic my life is, i've transcribed the cute
quotes from the "galileo" video... for your reading enjoyment.

emily:
   amy:
e:i've had trouble with puberty every time
a: i struggled daily with the voice of the devil lurking in my bones
a:  i was gorgeous and mindless.  it was fun
e:i feared the pain of childbirth but got over it. and over it. and over it
a: handcarved by an elderly dollmaker, i was his favorite. i was treated like a
son
e:i gave milk ungrudgingly to a man with rough hands who ate my brother
e:i was timid and subsurvient. i didn't go far
e:like the chrome on a 53 caddy i was shiny and stuck out
e;if i died in a plane crash once before i don't have to do it again. right?
e:i was the dust that accumulated on the cover of a russian orthodox bible
  a: i was a priest. i thought about god and sex all the time
  a: i did wrong
e:water retention is not new to me
  a: i married badly but divorced well
  a: i was a cute fuzzy bear cub
e:no, i was a cute fuzzy bear cub
  a: i was
e:no, i was
  a: no wonder some of my best songs come to me in the shower
  a: i was insignificant. it bugged me
  a: i lived an entire life within 20 miles of where i was born

maybe  we're  more  than  we  think  we  are
  or   maybe   not

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i think that this is why i joined this list... to hear beautiful, heartfelt
interpretations of ig songs. thanks, gwen.


angie in kc (with a cold)

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0's were not the best musically, but it's helen reddy,
and she was australian.

angie

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subject:      wierd things when you have multiple lists.....

  since i moves away from buffalo last oct., the net has been my source for
two things i really love. they have very little in common, but they are my
outlet when things get tough. they are.... "drumroll"    ig as if you didn't
know, and the buffalo bills!!  the funny thing is as my mail was scanning, i
see romeo and juliet as a topic, and the very next letter is "thurman and
ralph".  i guess you gotta be a fan to understand.....


angie in kc (they lost too)

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well, it's
"i wonder which saint that lives inside a bead will grant her consolation....
happy singing.
january

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subject:      world falls

"this world falls on me
everywhere i turn, all the beauty
just keeps shaking me"
ahhh...trips out west...
i generally like e saliers' songs much more than a ray's, but this is,
ironically, my favorite ig song. it touches me every time i hear it, and
has so much meaning for me. last summer i took inthe petroglyphs (created
by the freeman indians 1000 years ago) in dinosaur national monument.
lizards, symbols, humans on promontory rocks. after listening to world
falls on the drive out of there, i was thinking that the indian artists
could have expressed themselves so much more exactly in clay or with
paints, but they wanted us to see their art. "i've got hopes of immortality".

"i've slept in rainy canyons, cold drenched to my skin.
i always wake to find a face upon this troubled land"

only real connection i make with the power of the universe (the face?) is
through immersion in nature. canyons...i take something back, add
something to myself, every time. some power and some connection with me
and every rock and live thing.  inspiring, as are these lyrics. and the
music.  i can listen to this 200 more times, i think!
(sorry if i've mangled the lyrics--cassette's out in the car)
gracia

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i am not a muppet basher!! i can imitate the swedish chef better than you
can, teri!!!

so nyeah!

--mike

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excerpts from mail: 14-mar-96 world falls by gracia barr@afn.org
> i generally like e saliers' songs much more than a ray's, but this is,
> ironically, my favorite ig song. it touches me every time i hear it,


oh my god!  i thought that i was the only one who really prefers emily
songs, but names world falls as the #1 ig song ever!!!!  really, if i
had to choose only one indigo girls song to hear, and the rest would be
erased, then i'd pick this.  it is very meaningful...  it's great.

i'm just glad there's someone else out there like me!
renee

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subject:      re: women guitarists & ig guitar

>i am going to be hosting a radio show on our college radio station
>sometime soon.  right now i am apprenticing on a friend's show.  her
>format (and mine) will be women's music.  so. . what i need from y'all is
>this:  please name some women guitarists that i can play or pick up the
>cd's.
>
1) danielle howle (solo, acoustic _live at the mckissick museum_) or,
electric, with lay quiet awhile (_delicate wire_ -- it rocks!).
2) i s'pose i shouldn't bother mentioning suzanne vega & tracy chapman,
right?  ;)
3) ani difranco, ani difranco, ani difranco!  i especially recommend _out of
range_, her self-titled album, or _puddle dive_.  her new one, _not a pretty
girl_, is the easiest to find, though.
4) (wait, lemme go look at my shelf.)  christine lavin, esp. _attainable
love_.
5) dolores o'riordan of the cranberries
6) angie hart of  frente!
7) you have michelle malone solo & with band de soleil?
8) kristen hall -- very acoustic, but manages to rock splendiferously
nonetheless.  esp. recommend _real life stuff_.
9) belinda carlisle, the go-gos, ha-ha-ha.

too many?  not enough?  (there's more if you want more!)  ;)

>now, the second question:
>what ig tracks do you feel most show off the girl's guitar playing?

botby cover of "all along the watchtower," with that awesome classical bit in
the middle -- ditto for 1200c "tangled up in blue."  "cedar tree."  (nobody
ever believes me on that one.  go listen before you laugh at me.)  :)

after that, i get a bit in over my head -- i can't play any stringed
instrument, so i'll just shet my mouth!  (hope this helps a bit!)

=danna the perpetually clueless who is consciously sending this to the list
just in case somebody hasn't heard any of the folks listed above!  :)

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subject:      carrie newcomer (nigc)

not to drag out the carrie newcomer discussion on this list, but i just
ran across the email address for her newsletter & thought i'd post it.
she sends out a message-- oh, every couple months or so; tour dates are
listed as well as other relevant news (new releases etc). anyway, to get
on the list drop a note to windchimep@aol.com and ask to be included.

anne

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how about having the muppets do the oscars?  not just one award as in
years past, but the whole show?  would be cheaper to pay kermit in flies
than someone like letterman in dollars...

or better yet, have kermit and fozzie go on tour as a modern day simon &
garfunkel?  i would try to figure out an equivalent version of ig but the
only two female muppets i can think of who sing are piggy and janis, and
i can't see those two duetting...

a loyal muppet fan since 1975,
mike

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subject:      re: world falls/twinkle, twinkle...

joan & others--

upon reading discussion on this, i checked the liner notes for wf on nis.
the ttls part doesn't sound to me like emily's guitar.    i had been
guessing that it was the dulcimer that peter buck is playing in the studio
version.  of course, it's not this way live (which is how i've always been
used to hearing it.)

anyway, were the notes in acoustic guitar citing a&e, or might peter buck
have improvised this in the studio recording?  or am i just outright
nuts?  (that's a possibility.  when i first heard it years ago, the first
thing that came in my head was the alphabet (quick, sing your abc's!)  took
a few months before i put it all together right.)

anyone out there hear this before nis was released years ago?

michael

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subject:      kick-booty guitar songs!

hi victori and the ig list famil-eeeeeee

my opinion: songs that "show off" the ig's guitar abilities:
world falls
jonas and ezekiel
hammer and a nail (okay, maybe a little too pop-py)
and my personal favorite balls-out indigo girls jam---

high horse

off the independent releases and some versions of ig's self titled cd

everytime i hear high horse i feel certain that it's one of those string-
breaker songs amy is notorious for.

my two cents and change
sus

smarine@cc.colorado.edu

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subject:      glad i'm not crazy...what's tomorrow's song?

thank goodness the rest of you found twinkle twinkle in there too...jeez,
i've been insisting on that for at least two years now, y'all must just be
awesome listeners!

oh, and mike m., your last muppets post about the swedish chef and not being
a muppet basher...well it's getting late and my eyes read

i can intimidate the swedish chef better than blah blah blah...

instead of imitate...

*rotfl*

okay, sorry, i thought it was a funny mental slip...

k
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you must have the guitar diva herself, caroline aiken. she is absolutely
incredible on her acoustic. nat. merchant's guitarist couldn't touch her.

imho,
derek


on thu, 14 mar 1996, victoria mazzone wrote:

> okay, ig fam!
>
> i have two questions.
>
> the first one is nigc.
>
> i am going to be hosting a radio show on our college radio station
> sometime soon.  right now i am apprenticing on a friend's show.  her
> format (and mine) will be women's music.  so. . what i need from y'all is
> this:  please name some women guitarists that i can play or pick up the
> cd's.  i already have: michelle malone, the mother station, ig (of
> course)! liona boyd, heart.  i'm going to pick up some jennifer batten
> (of git fame) and also natalie merchant's new one, her guitarist jennifer
> turner is really good.  also i have melissa etheridge.
>
> i'd like some suggestions on women guitarists, specifically lead
> players.  no offense against acoustic players, but there are tons out
> there, and i want to hear some virtuoso playing.  however, if you can
> suggest some kick-ass acoustic players, cool.
>
> now, the second question:
>
> what ig tracks do you feel most show off the girl's guitar playing?  i
> know they have fabulous harmonies and lyrics, and that seems to get
> discussed more than their playing (i don't really care what gets
> discussed, but i'm emphasising their playing to keep in mind when
> suggesting songs).
>
> thank you very much in advance. :) :) :)
>
>
> love n guitar licks, the philly kid
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subject:      world falls/twinkle, twinkle...

to michael and others,

the jan/feb 1991 acoustic guitar article never mentions a word about peter buck
or anyone else developing guitar lines, etc.  although it mentions many of a+e's
musical/songwriting influences, it mainly focuses on their individual methods of
writing lyrics and how they work up their various harmonies, and guitar parts.
pretty enlightening, i must say...  my photocopy offer is still open, by the way.
if anyone else wants a copy, e-mail me with your name and mailing address.

peace, love and moo,

joan :)

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subject:      ig are veeerrry brave.

hey girleenas !

tonight i survived my first time singing and playing
guitar in public. and i have a whole new respect for
pro singers - i don't know how they do it ! i made lots of
mistakes but kept on going, my performance was "shaky"
at best but folks were very kind. i couldn't help but think of
how a & e go on nite after nite and play great. the stress
would kill me for sure !
when i sing at home... i'm great
...in the truck ... fabooo ! out in the woods... fantastic.
but stick me in a room in front of people i don't know and
i can't remember the words, the chords or who i am.....
(how can a person play a song 500 times and forget three
stinkin' chords in front of people ????)

i know that some of you are singers and players, and although
it's a wee bit nigc, i think it would be neet to hear some
stage-fright stories(& tips), and "gigs from hell" (or heaven).
how about some amy and emily boo boos ? (i know they're
human too.)
love power !
claire
>turn turn kick turn !!!< (the producers)

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subject:      re: party dates??

>on tue, 12 mar 1996, teresa c. esguerra wrote:
>
>> if you guys need  a date to decide on, we came up with emily's birthday
>> (seeing that amy's is next month, which wouldn't allot us much time to
>> plan...).  we could possibly have two parties going on at the same time,
>> but if emily's birthday falls on a monday (ugh!), we could have it the
>> weekend preceding (sat, july 20th???).

in a message dated 96-03-14 11:34:02 est, dianne wrote:

>i prefer june, so we can use the pool/jacuzzi, and be outside. big yard,
>great party house. my gf will be here after may 31, so any june day works
>for me. it can cruise on into the night, too.....
>--di

sounds good......have the so. cal list party in june, and the no. cal list
party in july.....that way those of us who would like to attend both will be
able to do so! :)
(or, so that those who might actually travel from out of state to attend --
hey, california makes for a great summer vacation, folks !-- will have a
choice of dates/locations!)!

-connie :)

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subject:      world falls

so okay.....
it's new years eve 1995 and i'm out in the woods working.
it an ugly unit with about 110% slope (steeep)
and pre-comercial thinning slash up to my neck,
and it's pouring down rain. i'm feeling very depressed
because i haven't painted in 6 months and i'm a really good artist.
but instead i'm out in the woods counting trees. this is
not my wonderful life, i'm not following my bliss,
i feel my life and dreams slipping away from me, and
i fall down for the 65th time and i don't want to get up
i really want to curl up among the ferns (in the rain)
and die.
then i hear a tiny voice say...."sejarez said...."don't let go...."

and i drag my sorry ass up and go on, but now i feel hope.
thanks amy.
peace and love !
claire

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subject:      swamp ophelia t-shirts..
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in case anyone is interested tower records..(here in nyc) has t-shirts
for only $5!!!

marina

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subject:      cool music places in nyc (nigc)

okay, so, i'm driving down to nyc for the weekend with my partner ... been
there tons  o' times (originally from northern nj)  ... staying on the upper
west side, with her brother and his wife ...

however,  i don't know where the cool used/independent/whatever music stores
are these days (i.e. not tower records) (by the way, which tower in nyc has
the so t-shirts for $5?!  i may have to go to that store!)

can anyone help me out here?  i'd really appreciate it - thanks in advance!
-joan

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subject:      happy birthday!!! (march 15, 1996)
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              scotjohn@leland.stanford.edu

happy birthday jen and scot!!!  (i love it when more than one person has a
birthday in one day :)))))))  )
"everything that i believe crawls from underneath the street, everything i
truly love comes from somewhere far above..."


bday folks:
jennifer=hall%ts=syscall2%cs=hou@bangate.compaq.com
scotjohn@leland.stanford.edu
"hand me downs" :)

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subject:      nis

hey y'all, just when i think i'm caught up, i realize that i'm behind again!
nis is my favorite, stranded on a desert island, album...han:  like i said
to connie recently, it's been raining a lot and after the last storm, the
glare off the wet sheen of the road really did hurt my eyes...when i've come
out of a funk, the shock can be tremendous and definitely cathartic...

welcome me:  i went to mexico after christmas and found a bracelet that i
haven't stopped wearing...it's silver, has a flat edge with a thin rim, and
on its face is a moon and two stars in mother of pearl...then, last month, i
found a silver necklace of the lone coyote...it's howling at the moon and has
a round piece of tourqouise in/on its belly...so i've been looking for a sun
but i realized today that the sun is a part of me and is best characterized
by my fascination for life....i have always loved looking at the moon,
greeting the sun at dawn, and the lone coyote is what keeps me grounded (it
also reminds me of all the pets that have come and gone).  these three embody
past, present and future.  they are my trinity :)

world falls:  sometimes when i'm in place that is not quite "beautiful", i
remind myself that there is beauty in the experience of life.  the fact that
pain, torment, and apathy exist in some people (and in me- hmd) makes me
appreciate the overall range of the human psyche.  would anything exist if we
didn't?

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subject:      re: women guitarists & ig guitar

other great women guitarist include:

rory block - blues, slide. very wonderful
chrisi hynde- the pretenders (rhythm, but she is rock n roll!)
lisa rogers - local austin, tx. guitarist with the group the therapy
                      sisters
sue foley- blues guitarist originally from canada, now from ausitn.
                   check out the cd young girls blues.

the guitarist from 2 nice girls (was it gretchen philips)??

bonnie raitt - great slide player

mary cuetrefelo (totally misspelled the last name) mary is a
                            countryish guitarist singer..  very very
                             good. she is from somewhere in the north
                             east (vermont??).

emily saliers - oh wait, that was self evident wasn't it?!

my mother... all right she doesn't have a cd out, but imho she is one
                        of the best rhythm guitarist for bluegrass
                         and traditional irish music.

peace

dan perkins
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                    "these go  up to eleven"
                                   -nigel tufnel

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on 15 mar 96 at 1:28, mmedido@aol.com wrote:

> hey girleenas !
>
> tonight i survived my first time singing and playing
> guitar in public.

congratulations!!!!

i have been playing music most of my life, but didn't start playing
in bands until about 4 years ago. funny thing. i play primarily bass,
but i also play guitar. i can sing and play bass in front of people
and only get nominally nervous. i can't play guitar in front of
people at all!! my hands shake so badly when i play guitar in front
of people that i drop picks and my fingers on my left hand can't find
the chords...

on bass though i am fine.. the biggest crowd i ever played in front
of was about 300 people.. it was pretty cool.

ok a story of nervousness... the first time i played in front of
people was about 3 years ago on a new years eve. i had been in this
band about 4 months.. they let me do some of my original material for
the first time at this gig... my first song came up, mr. spock's
sister, and i drew a complete blank. i had no idea what the words
where or what key it was in... i had to ask the guitarist... the song
started and i finally found the groove and started singing, with my
eyes held firmly shut! when the song was over the audience (all 10 of
them!) actually clapped! i then slunk back into the corner where
beside the drummer, where bassist are supposed to be!

eventually i think you get somewhat used to performing for an
audience. i still get a little nervous before a show, but i have
gotten to where i can look at the audience, even when i am singing.
and when i am just playing bass i have no problem whatsoever.. i
think it's a confidence thing.. i *know* i am a very good bassist, i
think i can eak by as a singer..

keep making music! there ain't nothing else like it!!

peace

dan perkins
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hey folks,

  a few random musings plus some igc.

  first (this may be old news) disappear fear is playing the iron
horse in northampton, ma march 28th.  tickest are $10 (+$2 if you
order by phone).  seating is general admission (doors open at 5:30).
it might be fun to have a mini-list-meet if enough folks are going.

  next, catie curtis is wonderful!  i'm so glad to see her getting her
due.  she has an listening station devoted to her at the hmv in
harvard sq -- i was excited.

  ok as promised, the igc.  i absolutely adore world falls.  one of
amy's real talents in her songwriting is building and releasing
tension-- world falls is a classic example of this.  its one of those
characteristics that make the girls so special--the music takes you on
a ride.  its purely blissful.

                                -- chris

obmuppets comment:

   here is that post again, as the sweedish chef might say it... *grin*

-----

hey fulks,

  a foo rundum mooseengs ploos sume-a igc.  bork bork bork!

  furst (thees mey be-a oold noos) deeseppeer feer is pleyeeng zee
irun hurse-a in nurthemptun, ma merch 28t.  teeckest ere-a $10 (+$2
iff yuoo oorder by phune-a).  seeteeng is generel edmeessiun (duurs
oopee et 5:30).  bork bork bork!  it meeght be-a foon tu hefe-a a
meeni-leest-meet iff inuoogh fulks ere-a gueeng.  bork bork bork!

  next, ceteee-a coortees is vunderffool!  i'm su gled tu see-a her
getteeng her dooe-a.  she-a hes un leestening steshun defuted tu her
et zee hmf in herferd sq -- i ves ixceeted.  bork bork bork!

  ook es prumeesed, zee igc.  i ebsulootely edure-a vurld fells.
oone-a ooff emy's reel telents in her sungvreeting is booeelding und
releeseeng tenseeun-- vurld fells is a clesseec ixemple-a ooff thees.
its oone-a ooff thuse-a cherectereestics thet meke-a zee gurls su
speceeel--zee mooseec tekes yuoo oon a reede-a.  its poorely
bleessffool.  bork bork bork!

                                -- chrees

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subject:      re: ig are veeerrry brave.

well, just a wee bit of a story...
    my best friend and i are always offered the opportunity to play
during our good friend's band's breaks.  so we took 'em up on it one
day, and teresa (my best friend) wanted to do galileo.  we hadn't
really learned it yet and only had 2 days to prepare.  now teresa is
the kind of "go and do it even if you're not totally prepared just
cause it's cool" kinda person.  and i'm sure we would've done great if
we were a little more prepared for that song.  we had 2 others prepared
which we knew we didn't have to worry about.  but when we got there, it
was an outdoor gig at a coffee shop, and there were only 2 mics.  one
for each of our vocals.  needless to say, the guitar solo was "gone
with the wind" somewhere, as well as my strumming for galileo.  no
matter how hard i strummed those chords, .....*sigh*..well, let's just
say, we coulda done better.  ;)  we've been offered the chance to play
there again, but haven't been able to bring ourselves to do it.  and
ofcourse work and other things have gotten in the way as well.... ;)
so we just stick to the places we're familiar with, and comfortable
with.  unfortunately that usually means the privacy of our own homes.
                                ;ppppp

hope my story didn't bore ya...don't really have any major disaster
stories...*thank god*.

*peace* em

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on fri, 15 mar 1996, marina wrote:

> in case anyone is interested tower records..(here in nyc) has t-shirts
> for only $5!!!
>
> marina
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yes...  i am also a satisfied customer
;)
noi

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hello, all!
      yes, once again, 'tis i, your sickly friend... i'll i've been able to
do for the last few days is go to the md, (four prescriptions, so if i make
no sense, it's prolly because my brain's being fried) try to do my nails, (it
is so frustrating when you can't find the green polish and it's almost st.
patty's day!) and be an internet junkie.  you have all probably noticed that
i have chosen the last option to take up most of my time... isn't it the ides
of march?  beware!  anyhow, i'm assuming it's sits day, right?  if not, it is
now...  well, i have been listening to this song practically non-stop the
last few days... a couple of my friends don't appreciate it, but it's hard
not to!  it's so beautiful, and every word rings true... "when god made me
born a yankee he was teasin'..."  story of my life. =)  the verse about
georgia nights... emily just never ceases to amaze me with her ability to
take something as simple as boiled p-nuts (as it's usually spelled at
roadside stands)and make it so idyllic and beautiful... every time i listen
to this song it touches me somewhere on the inside, and i never want to leave
the southland... (you should have heard my protests when i first moved here,
but i was five.  what did i know?)  anyhow, sorry for babbling, but when you
don't get to really leave your house for a few days, you have no idea the
kinds of feelings you begin to have for the little aol "you've got mail!"
guy... he always sounds so excited... =}  so, thanks for being out there, and
i promise i'll leave you alone relatively soon... peace, love, and cabin
fever, sarah

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in a message dated 96-03-15 10:55:42 est, dan writes:

>the song
>started and i finally found the groove and started singing, with my
>eyes held firmly shut!

yeah, i never realized before what a big deal it is to just
look at the audience. personally, i found the corner of the stage
fascinating. my guitar teacher (and pro-performer) was critiquing
a  musician once about not looking at the audience, she says
that it implys aloofness and doen't engage the crowd. i thought well
that should be easy..... hah!
i've noticed that ar tends to fix her eyes at a point somewhere above
the audience, while es engages the people in a more direct way, hell just
looking up and opening ones eyes is pretty good !
thanks for the great story, i felt the exact same way.
(no wonder i enjoy doing back-stage stuff better.)
peace and love !
claire

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subject:      southland in the springtime

howdy y'all-
whew!  i don't know if it's worth leaving town for spring break when you
have to come back and wade through a weeks worth of postings--but i guess
that's not a bad way to spend a couple of hours....

anyway, it is "southland" day, right???  where is everyone, all y'all
southerners and southerners at heart, professing your deep, abiding,
unending love for the south?? i love this song--"when the first breath of
texas comes in clean" is sure to put a smile on my face.  maybe cause i'm
from texas.  not that texas doesn't have it's dirty and smelly parts like
the rest of the country, of course :)  but we have our beautiful clean parts
too, in those 800 miles to el paso from the state line.  this has got to be
one of the best driving songs ever written--especially if you're driving in
the south during the spring, to be obvious :)  and it's one of the most
beautiful, clear love songs i know.  cause it really is a love song--a love
song for the land.  well, sorry i don't have any stories to share, but i
thought maybe a post about the song would get the ball rolling and we could
get some good stories.

oh, and before i leave, if you're still with me, i just have to add my red
cent about the muppets.  i can't believe i missed this thread--i've got to
be one of the biggest ig/muppet fans in the world (a bizarre but noble group
of people, really :)  i just had to reiterate my intense desire to see a&e
perform "rubber ducky"  with ernie.  and yes, i know that i've switched from
muppets to sesame street, but it's all in the muppet family :)

peace and rubber duckys,
cylinda                 "i know there is strength in the differences between us
                            and i know there is comfort where we overlap"
                                                -- ani difranco

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hallo!!
in response to the story about performing... i have one!!  i am a
first-year student at a small private lutheran, mostly norwegian (not me)
college in northern mn, and i sang "closer to fine" with a friend of mine
at a talent showcase.  i was talked into doing this, as i thought that it
was a lmost blasphemous to the girls.  anyways, the president was sitting
right in front of the stage as we sang.  as we sang "i stopped by the bar
at three am" etc., his eyes got wide and he had the meanest look on his
face.  seeing his face was representation of all the barriers that ig
helped me break through in music and in my life.  so, my advice to those
who have stage fright- remember what you are doing it for and who you are
doing it for.  i got over my stage fright because i wanted to prove a
point to a leader who thinks i should be the same as all the others.

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subject:      "southland" day!

hey everyone! just a quick note before i'm off on holiday.. sits is one of
my favorite songs, not only because i'm from the south(arkansas, please hold
your tears), but also because this song is just as beautiful as the nature
and tradition it describes. and today is such a gorgeous day, it just seems
right. :)

anyway, i'm off to enjoy this loveliness. get outside if you can(and weather
permits) because this time of year is the best! as long as it doesn't rain
that icky miserable rain. everyone knows there is good rain and bad rain,
right? ack. i'm babbling. must be that spring fever. ;p

eagerly awaiting the kazillion messages next week...

just one of the girls,
mindigo
(mindy holley) <holleys@uamont.edu>

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for those interseted..they were all gone..by the time i got there..:(
marina

i'll keep a look out though!!

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geez, it doesn't sound quite so nice when it's abbreviated, does it?
sorry girls!  the one time i saw ig live (not for long, god willing!) was
in 1994 in portland or, 8/18 (the day before my bday, but i've told this
story before...) i met up with a girlfriend and her fiance.  the show was
amazing, and the only disappointment expressed about the night (even
though it involved 300+ miles of road for me...no complaints here!) was
hers, that they didn't do southland.  it would have been nice.  i've
always identified with the song, not as a southerner but because it's the
way i feel about the pacific northwest.  maybe one day i'll be able to
write a song that expresses my symbiosis with this area.  ever wonder why
seattle has such a rep for rainfall?  it's because no one wants anyone
else to move here!  :)  i wouldn't really recommend the area for an ig
fan because they never come here (oh, geez, here she goes again...) but i
have lived her all my life and i love it.  anyway, that's why i like
southland  by gwen keyt.  (sounds like the old "what i did for summer
vacation" essay...)  cheers and rain--gwen

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i am going to piggy-back on what gwen said.  i had to stick the cd in
while i write this...  anyway, even on overcast gray days, this song is
great.  it reminds me of coming home.  i spent some time last summer in
ga and made my uncle, who really didn't like ig (must be genetic defect
on his part), the south is beautiful, but it would never compare to the
pnw.  you can just picture the greatest day you have ever had.  i think
"southland" is anywhere that you are happy.

-jessi
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date: friday, march 15, 1996 12:02pm

geez, it doesn't sound quite so nice when it's abbreviated, does it?
sorry girls!  the one time i saw ig live (not for long, god willing!) was
in 1994 in portland or, 8/18 (the day before my bday, but i've told this
story before...) i met up with a girlfriend and her fiance.  the show was
amazing, and the only disappointment expressed about the night (even
though it involved 300+ miles of road for me...no complaints here!) was
hers, that they didn't do southland.  it would have been nice.  i've
always identified with the song, not as a southerner but because it's the
way i feel about the pacific northwest.  maybe one day i'll be able to
write a song that expresses my symbiosis with this area.  ever wonder why
seattle has such a rep for rainfall?  it's because no one wants anyone
else to move here!  :)  i wouldn't really recommend the area for an ig
fan because they never come here (oh, geez, here she goes again...) but i
have lived her all my life and i love it.  anyway, that's why i like
southland  by gwen keyt.  (sounds like the old "what i did for summer
vacation" essay...)  cheers and rain--gwen

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on fri, 15 mar 1996, gwen keyt wrote:

> geez, it doesn't sound quite so nice when it's abbreviated, does it?
> sorry girls!  the one time i saw ig live (not for long, god willing!) was
> in 1994 in portland or, 8/18 (the day before my bday, but i've told this
> story before...)

i remember that!  i couldn't go for some reason . .

> always identified with the song, not as a southerner but because it's the
> way i feel about the pacific northwest.  maybe one day i'll be able to
> write a song that expresses my symbiosis with this area.  ever wonder why
> seattle has such a rep for rainfall?  it's because no one wants anyone
> else to move here!  :)

yes! i've only been in oregon the past 3 1/2 years, but oh my yes, the
land here is just . . beyond words.   btw, i get real happy when it rains
a lot, and smile at all the grumpies who don't like it.  i was so happy
during the flood! :)  what upsets me the most about living here, is all
the folks that move here and don't respect the land.  they want to tear
down the trees and build shopping malls, and get their noses out of joint
because it's not "cosmopolitan" enough, or whatever.  i say go the f**k
back to where you came from.  if you move somewhere, respect how it is in
that place, instead of bringing all your baggage and expectations with
you.  my husband and i have been here, we rent, we havent' bought a big
fancy house up on the hill where the trees used to be, and drive up real
estate and other prices; we work in the community; in short, we don't
expect it to be something it's not.  if i wanted it to be philadelphia,
i'd have stayed in philadelphia.

sorry about the bandwidth . . . i'll get off my soapbox now.

love n rainkisses, the philly kid

btw -- gwen -- didja catch the thingy i sent out about saving the ancient
forests?

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subject:      bad news: more jobs (only igc in spirit)

okay y'all,

it's my birthday so cut me a little slack when i post this. =)

did anyone wonder about this a week ago when the stock market took a nose
dive... because there was less unemployment?  and all the reporters were
going, "oh no, more jobs for people, how horrible, less money for the
corporate management?"

i'm a sociology grad student and i'm still trying to figure out why most
of the people in this country keep identifying with the _half_a_percent_
of the people who own literally _half_ of the assets...  do we side with
the corporate presidents instead of the minimum-wage workers because we'd
like to believe that our future is more in the up direction than the
down?  scot's factoid du jour:  no other industrialized country in the
world has as big a discrepancy between the richest 10% and the poorest
10% as the united states.

i was discussing this in a local burrito shop with a woman from denmark,
who ironically enough, looked very much like emily saliers and had (i
swear) a total atlanta accent to her perfect english...  after hearing all
about denmark, who trades a whoppingly high tax rate for large social
packages like free child care and health care and amazing unemployment
job-service counseling (and virtually no one is homeless) i can only
conclude that america is so skewed between rich and poor because some of
us want it that way and the rest of us let it be...

emily saliers: "destination: my community / street person: my
responsibility" and don't forget the best part: "if i have a care in the
world, i have a gift to bring."

god bless all of you who care, and are doing just the tiniest thing about
it, because if everyone did the tiniest thing this world would be
transformed...

scot


> from: fairness and accuracy in reporting <fair@igc.apc.org>
>
>
> usa today's bad news: more jobs                      march 15, 1996
>
> recent economic news prompted another example of the bizarre
> phenomenon of business reporters in the mainstream press bemoaning
> a drop in unemployment. the reported creation of 705,000 jobs was
> described in terms that might be reserved for a flood disaster or
> a swarm of locusts. "tough times" was the caption of a photo in
> march 11's usa today--showing a harried looking trader on the new
> york stock exchange.
>
> and the poor stock market was the subject of two accompanying
> stories which described the terrible costs of new jobs: one "market
> strategist" cited "worries that the new jobs mean there is strong
> demand for workers, and that will spur wage inflation." ("wage
> inflation" means, of course, higher wages.) investor profits won't
> rise then because "companies will have to use their money to pay
> and keep workers instead of letting it flow to the bottom line as
> earnings." that nasty scenario, we're told, is "a recipe for
> disaster for the stock and bond markets."
>
> but usa today doesn't want to leave readers totally depressed at
> the news of thousands of newly employed people: despite the
> "traumatic jolt" of this past week, the article counsels us that
> "no one really knows what's in store [and] most evidence still
> points to a tepid economy." hooray?
>
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date:         fri, 15 mar 1996 17:10:45 -0500
reply-to:     jen kuiper <gryphon@shadow.net>
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from:         jen kuiper <gryphon@shadow.net>
subject:      re: ig guitars

>emily saliers - oh wait, that was self evident wasn't it?!

but, of course!  actually, this conversation brings up a question i have.
i've tried in vain for a long to read the brand name on the girls
guitars... does anyone know the make or model of emily's 6, amy's blue 6,
and/or amy's 12 string?

thanks...

jen

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date:         fri, 15 mar 1996 17:28:19 -0500
reply-to:     cardigan <benorea@river.it.gvsu.edu>
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subject:      special memories....(nigc)

hey...

with all of this talk about the muppets, i began to think about favorite
childhood television programming.  so, i began to think of the old
"schoolhouse rock" videos they used to show on abc...does anyone else
remember these...

"schoolhouse rocky,
a chip off the block,
of our favorite schoolhouse
schoolhouse rock!!!"

okay...so, i went to blockbuster video, and they have four tapes that
have all of the schoolhouse cartoons, like, one for math, one for
science, one for history and one for english.  the best part is, you can
rent them for free because the kid's movies at blockbuster are free (up
to two per night...)

hang on, i'm almost done....

so, i was listening the radio, no tape player in the car, and i hear
someone doing a cover of "magic number three", and it turns out to be
matthew sweet, and it turns out that a bunch of lesser known groups are
getting together to do a tribute album!!!!  so it will be all schoolhouse
songs done by independent alternative bands....totally spanking cool!!!

okay, that took long enough, huh?

gotta run,
love,
aim

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date:         fri, 15 mar 1996 15:02:50 -0700
reply-to:     "teresa c. esguerra" <sac83826@saclink1.csus.edu>
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from:         "teresa c. esguerra" <sac83826@saclink1.csus.edu>
subject:      re: women guitarists & ig guitar
x-to:         victoria mazzone <mazzonev@ucs.orst.edu>
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on thu, 14 mar 1996, victoria mazzone wrote:

> i'd like some suggestions on women guitarists, specifically lead
> players.  no offense against acoustic players, but there are tons out
> there, and i want to hear some virtuoso playing.  however, if you can
> suggest some kick-ass acoustic players, cool.
        i play acoustic guitar, and that's where my heart is at.  hands
down, emily's my favorite player of all time, but shawn colvin is a great
acoustic player and so is ani difranco...both use a lot of weird
tunnings...  i've heard some of jennifer batten's work, and she is an
excellent electric player, and quite honestly, the only one that i know
that's out there...  acoustic female guitars are more prominent out there.


> now, the second question:
>
> what ig tracks do you feel most show off the girl's guitar playing?  i
> know they have fabulous harmonies and lyrics, and that seems to get
> discussed more than their playing (i don't really care what gets
> discussed, but i'm emphasising their playing to keep in mind when
> suggesting songs).

        along the emily tangent, her best solo is "land of canaan", which
does involve some very impressive (my opinion, i guess) technical
skills.  "hand me downs" is also one of my favorite solos, too.  her
picking skills in the song "watershed" is phenomenal.
i think my all out favorite playing of hers is in "reunion".  both the
solos (the one between thefirst chorus and the second verse) and the main
solo show her musicality as a soloist.

        i like to watch emily play.  i love her right hand technique; she uses a
lotof wrist action and what i find amazing is that the hardly ever plants
her right hand pinky on the pick guard, so the woman knows the strings
and how to individually pick them (i sit in awe when i watch the video
"watershed" - check her technique out when they show studio footage of
"southland in the springtime" - ouch!!).  i've tried emulate this way of
playing, practicing it when i play my awful version of "ghost".  does
anyone know if this right hand technique ispart of her classical
training???

the emily wanna-be,
teri

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date:         fri, 15 mar 1996 15:39:03 -0800
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subject:      re: special memories....(nigc)
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hey, i think juliana hatfield's doing "conjunction junction" for that
tribute!!!!!

on fri, 15 mar 1996, cardigan <benorea@river.it.gvsu.edu> wrote:
>hey...
>
>with all of this talk about the muppets, i began to think about favorite
>childhood television programming.  so, i began to think of the old
>"schoolhouse rock" videos they used to show on abc...does anyone else
>remember these...
>
>"schoolhouse rocky,
>a chip off the block,
>of our favorite schoolhouse
>schoolhouse rock!!!"
>
>okay...so, i went to blockbuster video, and they have four tapes that
>have all of the schoolhouse cartoons, like, one for math, one for
>science, one for history and one for english.  the best part is, you can
>rent them for free because the kid's movies at blockbuster are free (up
>to two per night...)
>
>hang on, i'm almost done....
>
>so, i was listening the radio, no tape player in the car, and i hear
>someone doing a cover of "magic number three", and it turns out to be
>matthew sweet, and it turns out that a bunch of lesser known groups are
>getting together to do a tribute album!!!!  so it will be all schoolhouse
>songs done by independent alternative bands....totally spanking cool!!!
>
>okay, that took long enough, huh?
>
>gotta run,
>love,
>aim
>
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subject:      re: sits
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on fri, 15 mar 1996, gwen keyt wrote:

> always identified with the song, not as a southerner but because it's the
> way i feel about the pacific northwest.  maybe one day i'll be able to
> write a song that expresses my symbiosis with this area.  ever wonder why
> seattle has such a rep for rainfall?  it's because no one wants anyone
> else to move here!  :)

i was born in california but my family moved to bremerton, washington
before i turned one, so the pacific northwest is home to me. (bremerton is
right across the water from seattle, on the peninsula). i just had to jump
in here and say "exactly!" to gwen cause this song makes me think of my
love for this land (am i the only one who sings "when god made me born a
southerner he was teasin'?" hehe i know ca is usually not thought of as
"the south" but it fits the lyrics so well).

i can't imagine ever leaving this place to live anywhere else, you'd have
to drag me kicking and screaming. i went to [city on the east coast] for a
few weeks in 94 and was deadly miserable. i am not the sort of person to
be homesick but it made me so much more appreciative of the friendly
people in the northwest and the land itself. i didnt kiss the ground on my
return but i wanted to. so whenever i play southland i can't help but get
kinda emotional because i can hear the love and warmth in em's voice and i
know exactly where she's coming from, even if she's singing about
someplace else.

this sounds terribly hokey and all, but most of you feel the same way
about your home. it's funny how strongly we tend to identify with the
place where we grew up and almost fiercely defend it against anyone saying
anything bad about it! i decided not to reveal where i visited back east,
because i didn't want to hurt anyone. i would feel a personal slight if
anyone wrote to the list and said something about how miserable washington
state was when they vacationed here. :)

a group of us will be driving thru the south in may to see ig, you can bet
we will be playing sits (and every other ig song of course). i am looking
forward to the roadtrip almost as much as the concert, because i want to
see more of this country and experience a bit of the south, which i have
never visited before (for longer than an airport layover).

ye gads, i really babbled here...
kristina

p.s. it does rain here, really. all the time! every day! :)

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subject:      a&e on rocket magazine!!

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hey, check out the attached jpeg of a&e on the cover of rocket magazine,
august 1994 !  makes a great screen saver.

jude :)

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on fri, 15 mar 1996 hunterj1@aol.com wrote:

> hey, check out the attached jpeg of a&e on the cover of rocket magazine,
> august 1994 !  makes a great screen saver.
>
> jude :)
>

that's a cool pic.   i've put it on my web page (address below, followed
by /glossary.html - under rocket, the).   by the way, that writing:
"they're not punk.  they don't rock.   they're not miserable.   they've
scored high with aaa radio ... but" - what's that under alternative?
and also any chance of sending the article to the list since i might put
that on the page too.

mat

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date:         fri, 15 mar 1996 19:19:00 est
reply-to:     tracy weeks <clumber9@alliance.net>
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from:         tracy weeks <clumber9@alliance.net>
subject:      re: what?!? it's past midnight?!?!

at 03:44 pm 3/14/96 -0500, you wrote:
> (we need more than
>one stinkin day per song...).


      <sound of a boulder being shoved from the cave entrance>
brief de-lurk to post    "i agree!!!"  b/c of my work hours (which really is
not your problem, i understand) i don't get to read these until late night
when the song of the day is all over with and i don't get to
participate..um..well..i mean, if i wasn't lurking, that is.  center stage
is one of my top 5 ig songs, tho i didn't have a clue what the h**l is was
about until tonight!  i'll be sure to howl/bellow/warble it extra loud on
the drive to work tomorrow morn!  (any of you in grand rapids, mich  --
beware the swerving green escort wagon with the insane and off-key woman
inside!)

        <sound of the boulder being returned>
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"when i tried to make it more, well it was always less.
it's a thin line between  pleasing yourself and pleasing somebody else."
                    (gerard mchugh)

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date:         fri, 15 mar 1996 19:56:12 -0500
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from:         "ann s. burke" <indigogwls@aol.com>
subject:      female guitarists

hi,

      no list is complete without mention of joni mitchell (of course) and
bonnie raitt who is one of the_ finest_ slide guitarists ever, male or
female.

      some of the best guitar work from the ig's is "watershed", "most
complicated", "crazy game".....shall i continue???? emily is an awesome
player, writer and improvisationalist.

      if you'd really like to hear some interesting acoustic guitatar work,
pick up the new joan baez album "ring them bells." it has a great bob dylan
cover of "don't think twice, it's alright" with the ig. greeeat stuff!


           every day is an emily day...             annie

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date:         fri, 15 mar 1996 16:17:41 +0000
reply-to:     kristen jenkins <kristenj@falco.kuci.uci.edu>
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from:         kristen jenkins <kristenj@falco.kuci.uci.edu>
subject:      juliana hatfield & melissa ferrick (nigc)
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> hey, i think juliana hatfield's doing "conjunction junction" for that
> tribute!!!!!
>

the mentioning of juliana hatfield and the recent abundance of posts re:
melissa ferrick, reminds me....has anyone heard melissa ferrick's "the
juliana hatfield song."  ???

it's on a promo cd5 for melissa ferrick's album mmmmm i can't
remember the name of it...it's the one with "happy song" on it...anyways
it's about a minute and a half long...there's a whole story behind it, i'll
post it if anyone is interested ....

that's all ....

kristen...

"everyody loves a mellow drama..and the scandal of a lie..."

                          emily sailers

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date:         fri, 15 mar 1996 20:22:15 est
reply-to:     joan morrison <103161.3515@compuserve.com>
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from:         joan morrison <103161.3515@compuserve.com>
subject:      southland in the springtime...aaahhhh!!!

hi folks,

i've been waiting for this day...(g)  sits is very near and dear to me.  it is one
of my all-time favorite ig songs.  i listen to that song and just go "aaaahhhhh" and
melt with tranquility and contentment.  living in tennessee (originally from kentucky),
i'm constantly reminded of the beauty of the south.  there's no place like it and i
can't imagine living anywhere else (except perhaps jamaica or australia(g)).  the
south is pretty all year, but it takes on a special beauty in the spring...everything's
blooming, full of life, the dreary cold winter (i'm not a winter person in case ya
can't tell) gives way to sunny, blue skies and warmer temperatures, there's the really neat
frangrance in the air of trees/flowers that have bloomed...i could go on forever...
emily really captures all the neat, folksy, warm fuzzy things about the south.

peace, love, kudzu and southern accents,

joan :)

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date:         fri, 15 mar 1996 19:08:55 -0700
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subject:      spring break blues...

hi y'all,
        i just subscribed to this lovely listserv.  i must say that it is
incredibly uplifting.  i am on a lonely spring break here in new mexico.
any suggestions?  it's beautiful here, but the cold wind is moving in and
i can feel it all the way to my heart.
        i hope the rest of y'all are blessed with friends, love, and joy
this month.....go south!

* victoria *

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date:         fri, 15 mar 1996 21:36:55 -0500
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from:         gynergy@aol.com
subject:      re: women guitarists

check out nina gerber who is amazing on acoustic guitar,electric guitar and
mandolin
she used to play with the late kate wolf (folk artist)'dianne davidson and
many others
also patty larkin (also folk/acoustic), ann reed(plays a nice 12-string) and
shelly jennings who plays guitar with ferron
gynergy

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on sat, 16 mar 1996, indigo jo wrote:

boy, am i glad (yet again) that i don't pay for data transferred,
like some people have to... that's 100k of data, right there in
two messages...

-sherlyn
(curry and coffee again for lunch!  just hope it gets here before i
die of hunger... :)

> > hey, check out the attached jpeg of a&e on the cover of rocket magazine,
> > august 1994 !  makes a great screen saver.
> >
> > jude :)
>
> that's a cool pic.   i've put it on my web page (address below, followed
> by /glossary.html - under rocket, the).   by the way, that writing:
> "they're not punk.  they don't rock.   they're not miserable.   they've
> scored high with aaa radio ... but" - what's that under alternative?
> and also any chance of sending the article to the list since i might put
> that on the page too.

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         she sat down on the chair he'd left behind.
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         whoever thought of love is no friend of mine.'"
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subject:      sits!!

hi all-
i love this song....  the first few times i heard it,i cried.  i lived in
georgia for most of my grade school days.  now i live in indiana.  sometimes
i really  miss the south... sometimes i don't.  but i can totally relate to
the second verse of the song, because we lived on this really cool farm.
those were the days...  well, that's enough senimentality for now.   just
wanted to share :)

missing those boiled p-nuts,
jenny


"you gotta live light enough to see the humor and long enough to see some
change"         ani difranco

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in a message dated 96-03-15 18:38:44 est,teri writes:

> i like to watch emily play.

me too !
i just have to say that i was watching her intently during her
"touch me fall" solo on their so "just a&e" stop in troutdale
ore.(94?) and i was just blown away by her artistry. it reminded me
of watching miles davis play. i knew then that i was in the presence of a
master, and i wont ever forget that experience !
(i'm still waiting for emily to grace the cover of a guitar magazine)

may you always be in tune !:)
peace and love !
claire

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in a message dated 96-03-15 19:14:12 est, gwen writes:

>in 1994 in portland or, 8/18 (the day before my bday, but i've told this
>story before...) i the show was
>amazing, and the only disappointment expressed about the night (even
>though it involved 300+ miles of road for me...no complaints here!) was
>hers, that they didn't do southland.  it would have been nice.  i've
>always identified with the song, not as a southerner but because it's the
>way i feel about the pacific northwest.  maybe one day i'll be able to
>write a song that expresses my symbiosis with this area.

hey gwen ! i think was there too!:)
was that at the edgefield in troutdale ? if so i came down from olympia
and stayed the night (they had a hostel there, reasonable too !).
i feel the same way about the pac nw !!!!
thanks for expressing it so well. for me the song that expresses the
feeling i have for this place will allways be "dreamboat annie".
i think this is the pnw's "southland...." when i hear it i feel like
i'm flying over the sound, through the strait of georgia and
among the gulf islands.       home

"riding on the diamond waves....."
claire

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on sat, 16 mar 1996 mmedido@aol.com wrote:

> in a message dated 96-03-15 19:14:12 est, gwen writes:
>
> >in 1994 in portland or, 8/18 (the day before my bday, but i've told this
> >story before...) i the show was
> >amazing, and the only disappointment expressed about the night (even
> >though it involved 300+ miles of road for me...no complaints here!) was
> >hers, that they didn't do southland.  it would have been nice.  i've
> >always identified with the song, not as a southerner but because it's the
> >way i feel about the pacific northwest.  maybe one day i'll be able to
> >write a song that expresses my symbiosis with this area.
>
> hey gwen ! i think was there too!:)
> was that at the edgefield in troutdale ? if so i came down from olympia
> and stayed the night (they had a hostel there, reasonable too !).
> i feel the same way about the pac nw !!!!
> thanks for expressing it so well. for me the song that expresses the
> feeling i have for this place will allways be "dreamboat annie".
> i think this is the pnw's "southland...." when i hear it i feel like
> i'm flying over the sound, through the strait of georgia and
> among the gulf islands.       home
>
> "riding on the diamond waves....."
> claire


yes!  yes!  i was a huge heart fan, way back when, since around 78 or 79,
and i always wanted to visit the seattle area because of dreamboat annie
and soul of the sea, etc.  now that i'm here in the pacific nw, i can
definitely see what they were talking about!  i read an article in
rolling stone, in 1980, that featured ann & nancy wilson, and they had
gone back to a house they used to live in when they were kids.  nancy was
all excited because she had written i love you on the windowsill in day
glo paint, and it was still there.  she explained that she had written a
song to the rain to tell it how much she loved it.


love n kisses, the philly kid

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in a message dated 96-03-16 01:05:37 est, the philly kid writes:

>i read an article in
>rolling stone, in 1980, that featured ann & nancy wilson, and they had
>gone back to a house they used to live in when they were kids.  nancy was
>all excited because she had written i love you on the windowsill in day
>glo paint, and it was still there.  she explained that she had written a
>song to the rain to tell it how much she loved it.

(they are just too cool)
okay, i promise that this is my last post... but i had to say that back
in the early 80's i saw ann & nancy wilson with joan baez at
"bread and roses",  an annual benefit concert series in the
s.f. bay area, in which all of the performances were acoustic.
so it was just ann & nancy and their guitars. then it was a & n &
joan baez, with j & a trading note for note in a who could sing the
loudest & highest contest :) i'm tellin' ya it was one of the best all
time concerts i've ever seen ! ( i really like the new road home cd,
but could do w/out the strings.... i'm just a purist at heart:)
i heard that the "sisters wilson" wanted to go acoustic back then but the
-powers that be- wouldn't allow it (humpfff !).
i tell ya what... i'd love to see amy and emily and ann and nancy on
the same stage someday ( it could happen !):)
buenas noches !
clarita

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i definitely agree on the ann reed part--she is one of my favorite folk
musicians.  along the same lines with her is libby roderick from
anchorage alaska.  actually i don't know how skilled of a guitarist libby
is since i know virtually nothing about guitar playing, but she writes
wonderful music, as does ann reed.  are there many of you outside of
minnesota who have heard of ann reed?  i know she is based out of
minneapolis...
amanda

on fri, 15 mar 1996 gynergy@aol.com wrote:

> check out nina gerber who is amazing on acoustic guitar,electric guitar and
> mandolin
> she used to play with the late kate wolf (folk artist)'dianne davidson and
> many others
> also patty larkin (also folk/acoustic), ann reed(plays a nice 12-string) and
> shelly jennings who plays guitar with ferron
> gynergy
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in east coast tour dates for indigo girls; any  information?
thanks

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hmmm... besides all the people already mentioned, i'd have to say that kristen
hersh from throwing muses is great too...she's also got a solo album called
"hips & makers" which is basically all acoustic. there's a song she does with
stipe called "your ghost" which is fantastic!!

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       ** i'm gonna stand up and let myself be   **
       ** counted for- stand up now              **
       ** i've got my one life and what's it to  **
       ** amount to if i don't learn how to love **
       ** you and love myself beside you-mix the **
       ** gentle and proud i want to love life,  **
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subject:      music venues in amsterdam? (nigc)

hey y'all. breaking my long silence....maybe one day i'll get back and read
the 600 ig messages that have piled up in my mailbox.

quick question - can anyone recommend any cool places to see music in
amsterdam? i'm making my first trip next week.

please reply via private e-mail to sacurry@mindspring.com - don't want to
load people's mailboxes with too much nigc.

stephen

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subject:      how to download files???

dear everyone (or anyone):

help!

i rec'd 2 downloadable files last night but when i tried to
download & read i rec'd a prompt indicating that the file was too
large for the notepad and that i needed to use another editor.

what does this mean?  how do i overcome?

melissa

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hi friends,

     clarita, listen to heart's new live album "the road home." all acoustic
and includes a cover of joni mitchell's "river." emily does a better cover on
1200curfews, however the album is great!

      last night i was chatting in aol's women's space and i hooked-up with a
woman who went to emory with a&e. she used to party with amy and her sisters
(interesting story in itself). she told me that the rumours about amy were
not true (regarding her "bitch" status) and amy, personally, is unchanged and
still hangs out with her old friends when in town. just thought i'd add that
little tidd-bit. she didn't know emily as well as amy.

      anyway, as far as guitarists, clarita reminded me to add a&n wilson to
that list; they're awesome, also.

                      buenos dias. gracias por todo, clarita.

                               annie    :)   :)   :)

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subject:      nigc...hello? anyone home?

just being paranoid because i haven't gotten any messages today...

helloo? am i un-subscribed somehow?

peace,

larissa

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subject:      rocket magazine help!

hello again.  my mailer made *three digests* worth of jibberish out of the
jpeg or gif or whatever it was that was the amy pix from rocket.  anybody
know if i can find it on the web anywhere?  if not, what issue is it?  is it
still in the stores?  i need a new amy pix...

thanks

k
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dear all


i'm hoping to go to a big record fayre next month here in the u.k.,
and though i'd say to all those kind souls who've helped me out with
copies of ig stuff,but also mary chapin carpenter & shawn colvin
(you know who you are!), why not remind me of what tickles your
musical tastebuds and i'll see what i can find?!

"trust memory over truth" (any guesses?)

andrew

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subject:      various & sundry

dear all


this is mainly nigc, so i'll keep it brief! i cam across a page
somewhere on the web a few months ago, which gave listings of
forthcoming music-related broadcasts on u.s. tv networks, i've lost
the address and can't find it again, can anyone help?
lastly, i've enjoyed hearing fans of shawn colvin and mary chapin
carpenter talk on this list, but do similar lists exist devoted to
these artists, so as to save people getting pissed about others
discussing non-ig on here?


cheers

andrew

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subject:      sits

i do enjoy this song, but i first heard it when i moved to houston from
minneapolis, mn.  i'm originally from new york, so i can relate to the
"when god made me born a yankee he was teasin" line.  but i must admit, now
matter what season it is, i can't stand it here in houston.  i miss
minneapolis like nothing else.  i'd move in a heartbeat if i knew my
husband would be able to get a job as a cop.  you think spring time is nice
in the south???  try it in minnesota.  it's beautiful.  especially after
being cooped up after those bitter cold winter months.

southland in the springtime???   y'all can have it...i want my minneapolis
back...  : (

- jen hall

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subject:      this week's song lineup

monday:  123
tuesday: keeper of my heart
wednesday:  watershed
thursday: hand me downs
friday:  you and me of the 10,000 wars

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subject:      indigo index moves

for anyone who's got links to my indigo index web page, i have just moved
it - it is now at

http://www.aber.ac.uk/~mts5/indigo/

mat

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>playing, practicing it when i play my awful version of "ghost".  does
>anyone know if this right hand technique ispart of her classical
>training???

perhaps, but i'm not sure directly. she is using the pick to hit the
individual strings. a classical guitarist uses the different individual
fingers (and their nails) to pluck different strings. which might
actually be an easier way to do her solos than having to move the whole
hand from string to string.

jen


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i play 'ghost' by picking with my fingers.  it's much easier.

- jen h.
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>playing, practicing it when i play my awful version of "ghost".  does
>anyone know if this right hand technique ispart of her classical
>training???

perhaps, but i'm not sure directly. she is using the pick to hit the
individual strings. a classical guitarist uses the different individual
fingers (and their nails) to pluck different strings. which might
actually be an easier way to do her solos than having to move the whole
hand from string to string.

jen


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reply-to:     issy@eworld.com
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from:         issy@eworld.com
subject:      classical guitar...minor igc
x-to:         gryphon@shadow.net

i have to tell yall a funny story about that reference to emily's classical
guitar training on 1200 c's...

my best friend is a music student at mills college in california (my lovely
alma mater) and she had to do a second instrument, so she chose guitar but
there was only classical available... (she already plays but she needed to
get more proficent (spelling?) for the degree) so she calls me up and
complains about this and i say, changing my voice,
"i took classical guitar lessons for a year in fifth grade..."

and she shrieks and says "yah but i'll never be an emily clone i"d better
give up now" (she was screaming) and we couldn't stop laughing for a long
long time.

sorry to babble on

i thought it was funny

peace,

larissa

p.s. its funnier because she is *very* good, she could be, well not a clone,
but as good in a different way someday!

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date:         sun, 17 mar 1996 11:03:53 -0600
reply-to:     jim fagan <fagan@austin.ibm.com>
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from:         jim fagan <fagan@austin.ibm.com>
subject:      amy ray at sxsw

well, even though amy was just a conference attendee, i saw her
play yesterday.  she played in the afternoon at the "yard doag"
art gallerey.  there was a big gathering and people played about 3-5
songs apiece.   amy played with michael lorant and shila doyle
from _big fish ensmble_.  they played 3 songs _9 fingers_ (from
new mongrels), a _big fish_ song, and then a new one by amy
(don't give the girl a gun?).  the last song really sounded good.

there was lots of great music that afternoon, but nothing to waste
your time describing....


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subject:      re: sits!!
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i hope this one gets through...i have roots in the south (georgia and
tennessee) and have spent a couple of summers there.  whenever i hear
sits i do get misty-eyed, followed by patriotic.  i do miss being there a
lot, and although it's been about 10 years since i was there i haven't
forgotten the heat, the peacefulness of the sunrises, and the spirit of
the place i feel whenever i was there.  thanks you emily for bringing it
all back to me and to us, even those of us who have never been there...

hear the singin' call,
mike

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subject:      happy birthday!!!  (march 17, 1996)
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happy birthday nicole!!!!   "i see a warrior barefoot and dancing, oh with
tears of pain and beauty and all of this is true..."  :))

nande737@macsrv1.uwsp.edu
"keeper of my heart"

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subject:      help!!!! (please?)   : )

hi, y'all... just enjoyed reading the posts on here from the last few
days... i was out of town picking up medication etc. for my father in law +
having a bit of a very welcome break in vancouver (no kids... just me and my
girlfriend) fun + relaxing. anyhow, before i left, i subscribed to get this
list in digest format so that my mail box wouldn't be packed when i got
back. well... that worked fine, but now... no matter how carefully i follow
instructions, i can't seem to get myself re-set to receive the list in
bounce format... arrrggghhh!!! i'm so frustrated!! could someone please help
me? how do i get the bounce back in my list? : )
while i was in vancouver i picked up the new joan osburne cd that so many of
you recommended. i put it in my player and listened to it for the entire
drive ( six hours of twisting highway + 2 ferries ) home to powell river (
along with 1200 curfews, of course... ) so far, i really like it.
must o' been in the wrong music stores though... couldn't find any ferron.
i havn't noticed anyone on here mention annie lennox... does anyone out
there enjoy her voice the way i do? too, i think it would be a lot of fun to
swap "mis-heard lyrics" stories about the ig songs... always good for a
smile : )
well... hope someone answers this : )
peace, love + helping hands.
kim.
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subject:      nigc - female punk

hey everyone!  while ig is on break, i'm exploring my musical options.
lately, i've been listening to a lot of punk but have noticed a severe
lack of female input.  anyone know of any good punk bands with female
vocalists (and preferably *meaningful* lyrics!)?  thanks for your help!
jenn
jlk299s@nic.smsu.edu

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from:         shyamala raperjee <shyamala15.raperjee@netaccess.net1.ub.in>
subject:      ===>> *fantastic* free offer i discovered on the 'net

-----> note:   please first read my note which appears below the "request
for more info form."  then, to get more info, just fill out the "request
for more info" form completely and *fax* or *smail* it back to the company.
you will get a quick reply via email within 1 business day of receipt of
the info request form below.

important notice for those faxing in their reply:  please make sure you
return *only* the below form and *no part* of this message other than the
actual form below.  if you do not know how to cut and paste the below form
onto a fresh clean blank page for faxing, then you may re-type the below
form, as long as you copy it line for line *exactly.*  this is necessary in
order for them to be able to process the tremendous number of replies that
they get daily.

your fax goes directly onto their 4.2 gigabyte computer hard drive, not
paper, and all incoming fax calls are set-up to be *auto-terminated* if
your fax:
1. has a cover page;
2. is more than one page
3. does not begin with the "cut here/begin" line from the below form
4. does not end with the "cut here/end" line from the below form.
5. has any handwritten info. on it (info must must be filled out *only*
    with your computer keyboard or typewriter keyboard).  this last
    provision re:  no handwriting on the form applies to requests sent in
    via smail also.

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
note:  their fax line is open 24 hrs. per day / 7 days per week.  if you
have trouble getting through to their fax, or do not have a fax machine at
work or at home, just drop the below form to them via smail (airmail or
first class mail).
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request for more info:  please return *only* this section (with no cover
page) via 1-page fax to:
                              718-967-1550 in the usa

or via smail (first class mail or airmail) to:
                                         magazine club inquiry center
                                         att. free catalogue-by-email dept.
                                         po box 990
                                         staten island ny  10312-0990

sorry, but incomplete forms *will not* be acknowledged.  if you do not
have an email address, or access to one, they will not be able to help you
until you do have one.  if you saw this message, then you should have one.  :)

---> sorry, but no handwritten forms will be acknowledged.
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name:
internet email address:
smail home address:
city-state-zip:
country:
work tel. #:
work fax #:
home tel. #:
home fax #:

how did you hear about us (name of person who referred you or the area of
the internet that you saw us mentioned in):  referral by:  shyamala raperjee.
031796-l

name of usa mags you currently get on the newsstand or in the store:

name of usa mags you currently get on the newsstand or in the store:

name of usa mags you currently get on a subscription basis, through the mail:

name of usa mags you would like price quotes on when we call you:

catalogue format desired (list "1," "2," "3" or "4"):

*------------cut here/end--------------------------------------------*


catalogue format options:
1.  19-part email- can be read by everyone (~525 k total).
2.  for more advanced computer users:  attached text file ~525k - you
     must know how to download an attached text file and then be able to
     open it with your word processor.  if in doubt, don't ask for this
     version.  this isn't for internet *newbies.* better to order option 1
     and spend a few minutes pasting them into one whole text document
     with your word processor, than to waste hours trying to figure how
     to deal with this option.
3.  for more advanced macintosh computer users: compressed attached
     text file, created with a stuffit(tm) self-extracting archive (.sea),
      ~133k.  can be decompressed by any macintosh computer user; no
     special expansion software or knowledge of stuffit (tm) needed.  you
     just double-click on the file icon and it automatically expands
     (unstuffs). this is for more advanced mac computer users only, as
     you still have to know how to deal with an attached file.  it will cut
     your download time by 75%.   expands out to the same ~525k file in
     option #2.  see option #2 for more info on what you will need to be
     able to do.
4.  for expert computer users: compressed attached text file, created with
     stuffit(tm),  ~114k.  can be decompressed by any computer user who
     has expansion software to decompress (expand) stuffit(tm) (.sit) files.
     this is for more advanced computer users only and will cut your
     download time by 78%.   expands out to the same ~525k file in option
     #2.  see option #2 for more info on what you will need to be able to do.

hi fellow 'netters,

my name is shyamala raperjee and i recently started using a magazine
subscription club in the usa that has a free 1 yr. magazine subscription
deal with your first paid order- and i have been very pleased with them.
they have over 1,500 different usa titles that they can ship to any country
on a subscription basis.   as for computer magazines from the usa, they
more of a selection than i ever knew even existed.  they have magazines for
most every area of interest in their list of 1,500 titles.

within the usa, for their usa members, they are cheaper than all their
competitors and even the publishers themselves.  this is their price
guarantee.

overseas, on the average, they are generally around one-fourth to one-half
of what the newsstands overseas charge locally for usa magazines.  on some
titles they are as little as one-tenth of what the newsstands charge.  they
feel that mgazines should not be a luxury overseas.   in the usa, people
buy magazines and then toss them after reading them for just a few minutes
or hours.  they are so cheap in the usa!   well, this company would like to
make it the same way for their overseas members.  they are also cheaper
than all their competitors in the usa and overseas, including the
publishers themselves!   this is their price guarantee.  around one-half
their business comes from overseas, so they are very patient with new
members who only speak limited english as a 2nd language.

their prices are so cheap because they deal direct with each publisher and
cut-out all the middlemen.

they will send you their deluxe email catalogue (around 525k-big and
juicey) !)...if you completely fill out the form above.  it has lists of
all the freebies, lists of all the titles they sell, titles broken down by
categories and detailed descriptions on nearly 1,200 of the titles that
they sell.

please do not email me as i am just a happy customer and a *busy* student.
i don't have time to even complete my thesis in time, let alone run my
part-time software business!  please fill out the above form and carefully
follow the intructions above to get it to them via fax or smail.

they guarantee to beat all their competitors' prices. sometimes they are
less than half of the next best deal i have been able to find and other
times, just a little cheaper - but i have never found a lower rate yet.
they assured me that if i ever do, they will beat it.

they have been very helpful and helped me with all my address changes as i
haved moved from one country to another.

they have a deal where you can get a free 1 yr. sub to a new magazine from
a special list of over 295 popular titles published in the usa.   they will
give you this free 1 yr. sub when you place your first paid order with them
to a renewal or new subscription to any of the over 1,500 different popular
usa titles they sell.

they can arrange delivery to virtually any country and i think they have
clients in around 45 or 46 countries now.  outside the usa there is a
charge for fph (foreign postage and handling) (on both paid and freebie
subs) that varies from magazine to magazine.  i have found their staff to
be very friendly and courteous.  they even helped me with an address change
when i moved from one country to another.

the owner thinks of his service as a "club" and his clients as "members"
(even though there is no extra fee to become a member - your first purchase
automatically makes you a member) and he is real picky about who he accepts
as a new member.   when he sets you up as a new member, he himself calls
you personally on the phone to explain how he works his deal, or sometimes
he has one of his assistants call.  he is kind of quirky sometimes - he
insists on setting up new members by phone so he can say hi to everyone (i
sure wouldn't want to have his phone bills!),  but you can place future
orders (after your first order) via e-mail.

he has some really friendly young ladies working for him, who seem to know
just as much as he does about this magazine stuff.  if you live overseas,
he will even call you there, as long as you are interested, but i think he
still makes all his overseas calls on the weekends, i guess cause the long
distance rates are cheaper then.

he only likes to take new members from referrals from satisfied existing
members and he does virtually no advertising.  when i got set-up, they had
a 2-3 week waiting list for new members to be called back so that they
could join up. (once you are an existing member, they help you immediately
when you call. )  i think they are able to get back to prospective new
members  the same day or within a few days now, as they have increased
their staff.  i am not sure about this.........but if you email the above
form to them, that is the way to get started!

they will send you their deluxe email catalogue (around 525k-big and
juicey) !)...if you completely fill out the form above.  it has lists of
all the freebies, lists of all the titles they sell, titles broken down by
categories and detailed descriptions on nearly 1,200 of the titles that
they sell.

they then send you email  that outlines how his club works and the list of
free choices that you can choose from, as well as the entire list of what
he sells;  and then they will give you a quick (3-5 minute) friendly,
no-pressure no-obligation call to explain everything to you personally and
answer all your questions.

once you get in, you'll love them. i do.


sincerely,

shyamala raperjee


ps.  please forward a copy of this message to all your friends on the net
who you think might be interested in it!  it is a great deal!  if you join
and then they join after you, you will earn a free 1 yr. subscription for
each new person you get to join after you join!   if you exceed 25
referrals, they let you use them to give away as gifts, for christmas,
chanukah or any other occasion.  please be kind enough to mention my name
when you join.   i will then get a free magazine for a year for referring
you.
thank you.

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date:         sun, 17 mar 1996 20:06:21 cst
reply-to:     lisa hardaway <lhardawa@wscgate.wsc.edu>
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from:         lisa hardaway <lhardawa@wscgate.wsc.edu>
subject:      re: kd lang's nose?
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          kd lang's nose has no cartilage.  she can bend it all the
          way to one side....she was on david letterman last week.

          towanda

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from:         michaelj@xnet.com

anyone know if our favorite pair of girls check out email messages from their adoring faithfull ?  if not here, then where ?

thanks

michaelj@xnet.com

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date:         sun, 17 mar 1996 18:46:15 -0800
reply-to:     kim fischer <rcn@coc.powell-river.bc.ca>
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from:         kim fischer <rcn@coc.powell-river.bc.ca>
subject:      ig +heart

yikes! i was away for three days, and while i was gone what subject comes
up?... heart...  i love ann + nancy wilson... they were practically the only
thing i listened to as a teenager ( if you'll all forgive a strange +
temporary obsession with abba ( rented + loved the movie muriel's wedding,
just recently... talk about a nostalgic experience  : )  ) ( i graduated
highschool in 79... grew up in powell river bc, right on the ocean in the
pacific northwest only about 150 miles north of seattle. )... i had heart
everything... t-shirts; posters blah blah blah.... my favorite songs by them
were magic man, dreamboat annie and dog + butterfly. i think it would be
incredible to hear emily + amy team up with the wilson sisters on either
dreamboat annie, or dog + butterfly... can you imagine?.... acoustics +
beautiful harmonies... the thought gives me goose bumps!!!   : )
peace + sunny skys filled with butterflies,
kim.
kim fischer rcn@caspian.coc.powell-river.bc.ca
*************************************
the animals all stopped what they were
doing and gazed in awe at the magnificent
creature silloueted against the rising sun.
rusty the rooster had emerged, once more,
from his book bag.....
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date:         sun, 17 mar 1996 19:45:27 -0800
reply-to:     "dwayne d. jarrell" <djarrell@ix.netcom.com>
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from:         "dwayne d. jarrell" <djarrell@ix.netcom.com>
subject:      nadyne's rochester boot

hey y'all

just writing to confirm that the tape nadyne is offering up from the rit
show is from 4-24-94.  i know for certain because i was there, and i have a
copy with the same set list she posted.  i am surprised that she finds it a
great boot because a&e were so nervous about the show and the fact that they
were playing all new stuff.  i know this for certain because this was the
night that i met the girls after the show, and emily was quite surprised
that it was my favorite of the three i had been to.  she thought the whole
audience was upset that they weren't doing the known songs, but she was wrong.

and the other *major* reason the tape is special to me is that it was the
first time i had ever heard most of the so songs.   and to have it be in
person was really just incredible.  so when i listen to the tape, the songs
are all fresh again and i get that wonderful sense of discovery.  it's
almost like being able to re-create the first time i ever heard rop (which i
do remember quite vividly!).

btw, does this copy have all of ctf on it, 'cause mine cuts off.  i wonder
because emily actually screwed up the words big time, and it was really
funny (i think she forgot to repeat the 'go to the doctor...' section before
launching into 'go to the bible/go through the workout...'.

:dwayne

djarrell@ix.netcom.com
"wasn't it you who said love was useless?
hey, was it you who said love was like driving south?
well, we start out thirsty and wind up cottonmouth"
- peter stuart (dog's eye view)

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date:         sun, 17 mar 1996 22:33:56 -0600
reply-to:     cylinda parga <ccp5913@acs.tamu.edu>
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from:         cylinda parga <ccp5913@acs.tamu.edu>
subject:      catie curtis (and igc-a wee bit)

hey y'all-
i know catie curtis has been mentioned 'round here fairly recently, but i
just wanted to reiterate what other people have said--she's great!!
contemporary folk/acoustic/singer-songwriter is how i would classify her
music, if you're into classifying.  i just saw her perform in town tonight,
she gave a great performance.  unfortunately, i think this is the end of her
touring so she probably won't be playing near you anytime soon, but if i'm
wrong and she is, go see her!!!  if not, check out her new cd, "truth from
lies".  it's really good.  let me say that again.  it's really really really
good!! :)

now for the igc.  during the concert, catie told a story about how she had
been playing at sxsw earlier this week (big music fest/conference in austin)
and she was in the middle of her first song and she looks out at the
audience and who does she see but amy ray!  after seeing amy she said she
had to remind herself to finish the rest of the song, she was so
excited/nervous.  it was cute, cause she sounded like such a fan.  that's it
for the igc-told you it was wee......

peace and shamrocks,

cylinda                 "i know there is strength in the differences between us
                            and i know there is comfort where we overlap"
                                                -- ani difranco

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date:         sun, 17 mar 1996 22:18:21 -0800
reply-to:     scot ninnemann <scotjohn@leland.stanford.edu>
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from:         scot ninnemann <scotjohn@leland.stanford.edu>
subject:      nigc: aimee mann opinions?

hi y'all,

just picked up dar williams and the neilds on general list recommendation...
neilds are intriguing, will take a while to really form an opinion.  dar
is very instantly likable though, what a sense of humor, so thanks y'all...

to my question.  i'm sitting here listening to the new aimee mann album,
which i also picked up, and wondering what y'all think of it... i think
it's a love/hate thing for me alot like matthew sweet is... her melodies
are irresistible in an unsettling kind of way, she has very very creative,
magnetic chord progressions and her teed-off in-your-face honesty is
either refreshing or grating on me, and the demo-ish grit of most
arrangements is fun somehow turned inside out...  it draws me in, slaps my
face, and then smiles at me.  i'm confused. =)    anyone else have a
reaction to this album?

peace,

scot

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reply-to:     ryan cockrill <jrcockr@univscvm.csd.scarolina.edu>
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from:         ryan cockrill <jrcockr@univscvm.csd.scarolina.edu>
subject:      i'm new, got questions....

hey! i'm a newbie here...i've been sitting back watching and thought i
would introduce myself....and i got some questions! many people are
trigger-happy with their "delete" button so this will be short and sweet!
i'm a student at the university of south carolina studying political
science pre-law. i've been listening to the indigo girls since i was 14. i
first heard them in ancorage, alaska in front of the carrs grocery store.
i could not get enough of them. so i ended up being a big fan! but i'm still
looking for more. my home town is ig-illiterate, they have no idea what
they are missing out on! thus, bootlegs were impossible to get a hold of! i
was on a tape tree through a friend but it proved unfruitful. with the
announcement of 1200 curfews, as with each album (i.e. swamp ophelia), i drove
a hour to be the first at the store to recieve a copy. (i have gone beyond
the fan/groupie level) so here i am, the ig mailing list.....i've been on for
while and when i left for spring break i could not stand missing any
information so i didn't signoff. big mistake! i came back to 473 messages and
a crashed e-mail account. needless to say i lost all my ig info. i was
crushed. well, i'll stop boring you to tears with my ramblings. questions!!!!!
i had a few questions that i was wondering if you could answer... i live 3
hours from atlanta, and ig has the tendency to play there frequently. i was
wondering if they had a certain place they usually play at....where my odds
are the greatest to see them perform. i was also wondering if there was a
chance i could order some bootlegs. i can't get enough of ig and would love
to get any information on a possible bootleg. the final question is about one
of their songs, the wood song. i was wondering the history / story behind it.
it is a very special song to me. that's about it....i don't want to over do
my first appearance on the list. thanks for everything in advance! :)
                                                       ryan "skip" cockrill
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* the first to praise the moon.        *
* the first to hold the lone coyote,   *
* and last to set it free........      *
*--------------------------------------*
*        ryan "skip" cockrill          *
*   university  of  south carolina     *
*    jrcockr@univscvm.csd.sc.edu       *
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date:         mon, 18 mar 1996 04:33:26 est
reply-to:     gail_anthony@abtex#u#north#u#novell.ccmail.compuserve.com
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from:         gail anthony
              <gail_anthony@abtex#u#north#u#novell.ccmail.compuserve.com>
subject:      scottish women guitarists (sigc)

     hey....just picked up on this thread and i know most of you *won't*
     have heard of them but i'm gonna put my tuppence-worth in anyway...

     i'd like to nominate horse mcdonald and angela mcalinden of the band
     horse - two absolutely wonderful acoustic guitar players (and
     songwriters).  i know that a lot of you ig list people would love
     their music but i don't know if their 2 albums are available
     everywhere (or anywhere) in the states. they did do a promo tour of
     the states and canada a few years ago.  (if anyone is interested, the
     albums are called 'the same sky' and 'god's home movie').

     the band are currently unsigned - their last record company were
     pushing them in directions they didn't want to go :(( but all us loyal
     horse fans are keeping our fingers crossed !!!

     sorry for waffling on so much but i saw them play twice this weekend
     and i'm still quite high !!

     drop me a line if you've heard of them - there aren't many horse fans
     on the internet.

     you've all been fabby for listening !

     gail

     ...fool or wise, no inbetween
     i've been both and i can't win
     if this love should suffer sudden death
     it won't be because i'm not myself...

     careful, mcdonald/mcalinden

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reply-to:     amit gandhi <101624.416@compuserve.com>
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from:         amit gandhi <101624.416@compuserve.com>
subject:      re: re : nigc - female punk

hi y'all  ( did i just say that ? )

don't know if these really count as punk but hows about elastica ( try album
with "connected" on ) ot throwing muses "hunkapapa" ( just listen to the guitar
on dizzy ) ???

happily confused
amit

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from:         m gordon <hdtx97a@prodigy.com>
subject:      unofficial indigo girls web site

good morning...

it's about 2:30 am here in las vegas and i'm wide awake with a
blossoming case of the flu.

i tried to go to the unofficial ig web site and the navigator would
not allow it.  is it still active?  does anyone have a correct url?

many thanks.

melissa

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reply-to:     "a. nadyne hagon" <ahagon@st6000.sct.edu>
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from:         "a. nadyne hagon" <ahagon@st6000.sct.edu>
organization: southern college of technology
subject:      re: ===>> *fantastic* free offer i discovered on the 'net
x-to:         shyamala raperjee <shyamala15.raperjee@netaccess.net1.ub.in>
in-reply-to:  <v01530516ad705bde0eab@[206.163.122.106]>

on sat, 16 mar 1996, shyamala raperjee wrote:

> my name is shyamala raperjee and i recently started using a magazine
> subscription club in the usa that has a free 1 yr. magazine subscription
> deal with your first paid order- and i have been very pleased with them.
> they have over 1,500 different usa titles that they can ship to any country
> on a subscription basis.   as for computer magazines from the usa, they
> more of a selection than i ever knew even existed.  they have magazines for
> most every area of interest in their list of 1,500 titles.

<a bunch of junk snipped>

okay, folks, i'm usually not this anal retentive . . . but is anyone else
on the mailing list getting pretty sick of this message being posted to
us every couple of weeks or so?

and will mailing their postmaster do any good?

thanks!
nadyne.

{who's usually not this cranky, but it's early -- no coffee yet ;) }

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reply-to:     "a. nadyne hagon" <ahagon@st6000.sct.edu>
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from:         "a. nadyne hagon" <ahagon@st6000.sct.edu>
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subject:      re: nadyne's rochester boot
x-to:         "dwayne d. jarrell" <djarrell@ix.netcom.com>
in-reply-to:  <199603180345.taa15772@ix.ix.netcom.com>

> btw, does this copy have all of ctf on it, 'cause mine cuts off.  i wonder
> because emily actually screwed up the words big time, and it was really
> funny (i think she forgot to repeat the 'go to the doctor...' section before
> launching into 'go to the bible/go through the workout...'.

woohoo, i get my own thread! ;)

but, just to answer dwayne's question: closer to fine does get cut off on
this one.  evidentially, the person who taped it ran out of tape at that
show -- i haven't seen *anyone* who has all of ctf on their tape of that
show.

{i hope none of the newbies lynch me for not having all of ctf on it! ;) }

nadyne.
{who's doing a *lot* more posting today than usual. ;) }

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from:         poohgrl816@aol.com
subject:      re: ===>> *fantastic* free offer i discovered on the 'net
x-to:         ahagon@st6000.sct.edu

i am equally as cranky about this.  like this person just "discovered" it on
the net and she isn't getting any credit for all of us suckers who subscribe.
this is a terrible invasion of our list and from my end it certainly isn't
appreciated.

pooh

who doesn't drink coffee, but is cranky anyway!

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from:         issy@eworld.com
subject:      re: ===>> *fantastic* free offer i discovered on the 'net
x-to:         poohgrl816@aol.com

i third the motion. its irrtitating, offensive, and long. and i've already
had my coffee....

also, kim, i tried twice to mail you about mills and got both messages
bounced back! are you out there?

love to all,

larissa

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from:         rbsayre@interserv.com
subject:      re: nigc: aimee mann opinions?
x-to:         scot ninnemann <scotjohn@leland.stanford.edu>
in-reply-to:  <pine.sun.3.91.960317220448.5149a-100000@wisdom.stanford.edu>

:) as i've already mentioned, i think, i love aimee mann, being a huge fan of
hers since 'til tuesday. this album is really a lot stronger than her last solo
album & musically, more entertaining imho at least.
scot wrote:
"it draws me in, slaps my face, and then smiles at me."
:) i love that. actually, when i heard the cd for the first time, it seemed a
lot like a liz phair album...
uh, it's obviously too early in the morning for any kind of clarity here. :)
hope you're enjoying the cd though.
rick
(now playing: the soundtrack to "jeffrey")

   *god grant me the serenity to accept the things i cannot change, the*
  *courage to change the things i can, and the wisdom to hide the bodies*
   *of those people who pissed me off.                                 *

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reply-to:     d.perkin@access.texas.gov
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comments:     authenticated sender is <d.perkin@access.texas.gov>
from:         dan perkins <d.perkin@access.texas.gov>
organization: ecsd
subject:      re: special memories....(nigc)

on 15 mar 96 at 17:28, cardigan wrote:

> hey...
>
> with all of this talk about the muppets, i began to think about favorite
> childhood television programming.  so, i began to think of the old
> "schoolhouse rock" videos they used to show on abc...does anyone else
> remember these...

oh yea!

"i'm just a bill
yea i'm only a bill
and i'm sitting here on
capital hill..."

you know someone made a play out of school house rock.. can't
remember where or who...anyone know?


peace

dan perkins
post episodic clairvoyant
tour guide to the obvious
'
"it's not your job to be as confused as nigel"
                                  -david st. hubins
'
                    "these go  up to eleven"
                                   -nigel tufnel

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from:         russ rutter <russ@dexmn.com>
subject:      honor the earth concerts

announced last week at sxsw in austin.  the indigo girls will be playing two
concerts in minneapolis, minnesota in september--look for exact dates in the
near future--i'll let you know when tickets are on sales. also still have some
t-shirts left over from last honor the earth tour plus just found some sweat-
shirts from the 1992 eadrth day show in foxobro  foxboro, maxx  max mass that
ig plat  played at (they are listed on back of shirt) let me know whose
interested .. thans  thanks. take care. russ

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from:         mr neil hunt <ph21nh@surrey.ac.uk>
subject:      live performances...

heys :)

i was wondering. as ya do...
amd i right in thinking that wild wild party at the loquat tree is the only
song the ig's have recorded and never sung live??
with i don't wanna talk about it a close second (one letterman appearence??)

not that it's vital to my personal development, but i am of the curious
disposition...

off to listen to the new beatles album again...:):)

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subject:      what to do about --> re: ===>> *fantastic* free offer i
              discovered on the 'net
x-to:         "a. nadyne hagon" <ahagon@st6000.sct.edu>

at 07:48 am 03/18/1996 -0500, you wrote:
>on sat, 16 mar 1996, shyamala raperjee wrote:
>
>> my name is shyamala raperjee and i recently started using a magazine
[etc....]
>
>and will mailing their postmaster do any good?
sometimes it can.......
if ya wanna do that.... you gotta check out the headers to see whom to send
it to.....
[part of the magazine offer headings:
>received: from [206.163.122.106] by ix.ix.netcom.com (8.6.13/smi-4.1/netcom) id
>          qaa13621; sun, 17 mar 1996 16:30:52 -0800
>x-sender: ginny@pop.dorsai.org
>mime-version: 1.0
>content-type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" ]

note the _received from ...... by ix.ix.netcom.com ....
that the first place to send a copy of this to.... root@netcom.com
and then note the _received from ginny@pop.dorsai.org...
this is the second place (but probably not as a effective)

when one of these things gets posted, just forward the entire back to the
place origination..... netcom might be big, but 50 or so of these coming
back will catch someone's attention

marianne

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from:         mmedido@aol.com
subject:      re: re : nigc - female punk

team dresch !!!!! (, these women seriously rock)
sister george (a bit on the nasty side)
sleater kinney
tribe 8 (a bit low brow, but you gotta love em !:)

over and out !
claire
"well how do i do? i don't, @#*! you ! i spent the last 10 days of my life
just searching for yooooouuuuuu !!! (dah dah du du dahdududah
dududadududahdu du dahhhhh !!!!)(simulated power chords) :)
>team dresch< "small things become smaller, false not true"

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just say delete ! ;)
and delete this one too while your at, it for practice.

claire
wafna ! (wafna !)

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from:         kim fischer <rcn@coc.powell-river.bc.ca>
subject:      re: ===>> *fantastic* free offer i discovered on the 'net

nadyne ( who was cranky without coffee : ) ), after quoting just a bit of
that there fantastic free info post wrote:
>
><a bunch of junk snipped>
>
>okay, folks, i'm usually not this anal retentive . . . but is anyone else
>on the mailing list getting pretty sick of this message being posted to
>us every couple of weeks or so?
>
>and will mailing their postmaster do any good?
>
>thanks!
>nadyne.
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me, i've only been on this list for a short spell, and have never seen the
thing, but to add my .02 wrth.... why - yes.... it is a bothersome post....
kinda like junk mail.... now, if it were fantastic free ig stuff, well, hey
- there's your appropriate post.....
kim ( who feels cranky and has come to the conclusion that she'd really
ought to drink some coffee, herself )


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from his book bag.....
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subject:      re: special memories....(nigc)

in response to cardigan's post about schoolhouse rock, dan wrote:
>oh yea!
>
>"i'm just a bill
> yea i'm only a bill
> and i'm sitting here on
> capital hill..."
>
last night, with nothing to do, i watched a rerun of the simpsons... anyone
see that one?... they spoofed  school house rock as a replacement for  all
those violent cartoons like itchy + scratchy....kinda funny : ) anyhow, the
song they simpsonized was bill on capital hill. : )
i loved the schoolhouse rock shorts when i was a kid.... especially
conjunction junction ( what's your function.... : ) ) would really enjoy
seeing  ( hearing? ) all those redone by my favorite musiscians... cool.
kim, feeling long of tooth but all aglow with nostalgia, none the less : )
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from:         indigo jo <mts5@aber.ac.uk>
subject:      mary chapin carpenter (fwd)

---------- forwarded message ----------
date: 15 mar 1996 16:46:38 -0500
from: chris weir <snip>
newgroups: soc.women.lesbian-and-bi
subject: mary chapin carpenter

my hair "stylist" told me that last october on coming out day, mary
chapin carpenter did come out.  anybody else heard this rumour?  last i
read about her she was talking about her significant other--a golden
retriever named cal.  i'd like to think that she's hooked up with
somebody like shawn colvin.  they've worked together, but...whatever.

--end

is this true, anyone?   i was under the impression that mary c was in a
straight relationship ...

mat

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reply-to:     "karen a. vittek" <kvittek@gladstone.uoregon.edu>
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subject:      indicated iv? and 123/the week's lineup

are there plans for indicated iv yet?  i know indicated iii is all
finished...i was just wondering when i could make up for the quiet little
song my exgf and i did on indicated i after screaming for three hours the
night before at an me concert...*grin*  i just finally got a copy of the
tape (thanks chris)!  now i want to try again!  i've improved, really i
have! =)  so if someone could email me?  i want to get started early.  ;)

so it's 123 day, right?  i hope i remembered the schedule right.  okay, so i
don't know much about this song either, hope someone else does.  i know amy
wrote it with ejs and it seems to be about some friend/lover who has gone
astray?  or is it about the music business again? ;)  i can't even start
guessing much on this one...help!

and, since i'm going on vacation, i'll mention the other songs here too...

tues: keeper of my heart is one of my favorite songs, even though amy says
she thinks it sounds too much like b&f (one of my other fav songs).  it's a
very powerful song about making love work and the balance between two
different people (i will be the reaper if you will be the keeper of my heart).

wed: watershed, one of their more upbeat songs full of hope for the future
and great imagery.  i just wish amy had sung a whole chorus solo like emily
does.  it seems unfair that emily gets to sing a chorus solo but then
rejoins amy during amy's chorus.  =(  ;)

thurs: hand me downs, i love the vocal lines on this, especially the bridge
part where emily is singing one thing and amy another.  my favorite memories
on this song where when emily burped out the first word of i've become the
beggar now (the i've part was the burp) and it was just so atypical of sweet
lil'ole emily...and then there's when she started doing the different ending
where amy continues to sing the normal melody line of the repeat chorus at
the end and emily sings "to us all" over and over again in harmony until
they land on the last word.

i'm not explaining any of these very well, but...

friday: 10,000 wars, one of my favorite emily songs (there's a good batch of
songs this week!), up there in the top five.  probably because i'm always
fighting with my parents who are so afraid of rumors in the small town we
live in (well, i'm now in or, but...) and the moments of peace are so
terribly important.  from a music standpoint, i love the still waters echo
that amy does.  i think my favorite version of this is actually on the back
on the bus tape, for once my favorite version is not on a bootleg!


okay, enough from me!  hope yall have a good couple of weeks and i'll be
back two mondays from now!

k

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   p p p so high watch me let you d         st   l            st   l
  m m m                          o     if i   u b e    i will   u b e
u u u                          w              m                 m
j j j                          n
                                    if i f      i will f       tryin to holdit
                                          a             a      like rain in a
                                           l             l       river but
                                            l             l   everything is
gettin
                                                                  b i g g e r
  better this won't last f     o     r     e     v     e     r
                                 *touch* me f
                                            a
                                            l
                                            l

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date:         mon, 18 mar 1996 11:55:17 est
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subject:      female punx

hi!!
regarding female punk bands: crass, the british (of course) band
existing in the early eighties, had a female vocalist for at least
one album. her name is listed aseve libertine, and the album on which
she is sole vocalist is called penis envy.

it's a really great album, although if you aren't a really militant
feminist you may have to "just smile and nod" at some of her lyrics.

while the rest of the band is male, i believe, if you are willing
to try just a vocalist, i highly recommend this album!

elizabeth     =)

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subject:      joan baez and welcome me

i was listening to "ring them bells" last night and was paying special
attention to joan singing "welcome me." it strikes me as a little odd to hear
joan singing about "devil monkeys."  i would have bet anyone joan
would cover an emily song (maybe love's recovery) which are straight
forward than the more abstract amy songs.

oh well, that teachs me a lesson about pigeonholing people =) does
anyone know why joan choose to cover welcome me?

                                -- chris

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subject:      re: indigo-girls digest - 17 mar 1996 to 18 mar 1996 - special
              issue

neil (who i hope is feeling better!) said:

>amd i right in thinking that wild wild party at the loquat tree is the only
>song the ig's have recorded and never sung live??
>with i don't wanna talk about it a close second (one letterman appearence??)
>
>not that it's vital to my personal development, but i am of the curious
>disposition...

well me too. i was thinking about this the other day.  the one i was
thinking of was airplane (and if they do sing it anywhere, i want a copy of
that tape!!! *grin*) have they ever done you left it up to me?  hey jesus (i
know emily hates to sing that one, so i've never heard it done? did she ever
do it in a moment of weakness?)?????? i think that's all i can think of (and
i'd be interested in boots of any of the concerts with these in them btw!)

and i keep meaning to bring a sign saying wild wild party at the loquat tree
to a concert to see if they'd play it, but...maybe next year or at the
newport ff...=)

okay, now i'm really leaving, i have to study for my exam in one hour...!!!
have a good couple of weeks, yall, if i don't get a chance to post tomorrow!
k
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but i'm never going back
i'd tie this dream to a rock in a canvas sack
and catch a slow boat on a southbound ferry track
it's not the dreaming
it's not the dreaming
no, it's not the dreaming that i lack

"not the dreaming" by laura kemp

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subject:      komh-early

hello! i know it's komh isn't till tomorrow but i have two finals
then so should (should is key) be cramming then!

maybe it's just my personal experience and consequent interpretation,
but i always thought that the emotions expressed in this song had to
do with two people--one who had created her "love and anger" (especially
the anger!) and another who was feeling the brunt of it. when this album
came out, and i heard this song, i immediately attached it to my own
situation at the moment:

i was trying with little success to "get over" a very painful relation-
ship with a person whom i simultaneously loved and hated. i was full
of pain and rage, but also a terrible desire to love. a new person
expressed a desire to fulfill this need, and although i wanted him
to, and was incredibly touched by his understanding and patience,
i found that i was too bitter from my previous relationship. after
lots of reflection, i reluctantly let this person go to avoid spreading
my pain to him.

so, in this song i see hurt and anger that can't be shaken, even
to welcome the new and the good--in my interpretation, the second
person stands to possibly "lift me through my love and anger."
i think it is somewhat unclear if in the song amy ever embraces the
person. her "arms are burning, but they're open wide." ; "i will
be the reaper, if you will be the keeper of my heart." it seems
to end with the proposition, the possibility.

anyone agree with this?  thanks for listening.

elizabeth

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subject:      sxsw boot?  oh please oh please?

okay, so i haven't started studying quite yet...but i'm taking my exam with
my emory university pencil, will that help me any?  *grin*

i was just praying to all the gods and goddesses and big bird and gonzo and
the grinch and the bootleg dieties that someone taped the amy ray section at
sxsw?  please?!?!?!  i really want to hear the new song that she's got and i
love bfe and oh pleeeaaaaasseeeee....*grovel grovel grovel*  did someone
plan ahead and tape it?  or has anyone taped one of the couple of
unannounced things that she's shown up at?  i can't even remember what they
were, but i remember people saying that they'd heard this cool new
song...*beg beg beg* *crosses fingers*

i'll sacrifice something to the dieties....um...a box of chocolates?  a
bootleg in return?  a bottle of salad dressing?  my firstborn? anything!
please oh please oh please...*bows in worship*

email me, i have a tape list i can send you if you want to trade or blanks
and sase or whatever....please let someone have taped this...please let
someone have taped this...please let someone have taped this, there's no
place like home, there's no place like home, there's no place like home...

toto (*woof*)
and the lowly humble begging karen
(kvittek@gladstone.uoregon.edu)
*******************************************************
hey jesus it's me
i don't usually talk to you
but i'd really love an sxsw bootleg
is there something you could do?

;)

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     i heard them do you left it up to me in berkeley in 1990 or 91, i
     can't remember.  but i distinctly remember that song...good memories
     :)
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neil (who i hope is feeling better!) said:

>amd i right in thinking that wild wild party at the loquat tree is the only
>song the ig's have recorded and never sung live??
>with i don't wanna talk about it a close second (one letterman appearence??)
>
>not that it's vital to my personal development, but i am of the curious
>disposition...

well me too. i was thinking about this the other day.  the one i was
thinking of was airplane (and if they do sing it anywhere, i want a copy of
that tape!!! *grin*) have they ever done you left it up to me?  hey jesus (i
know emily hates to sing that one, so i've never heard it done? did she ever
do it in a moment of weakness?)?????? i think that's all i can think of (and
i'd be interested in boots of any of the concerts with these in them btw!)

and i keep meaning to bring a sign saying wild wild party at the loquat tree
to a concert to see if they'd play it, but...maybe next year or at the
newport ff...=)

okay, now i'm really leaving, i have to study for my exam in one hour...!!!
have a good couple of weeks, yall, if i don't get a chance to post tomorrow!
k
*******************************************************
but i'm never going back
i'd tie this dream to a rock in a canvas sack
and catch a slow boat on a southbound ferry track
it's not the dreaming
it's not the dreaming
no, it's not the dreaming that i lack

"not the dreaming" by laura kemp

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subject:      re: mary chapin carpenter (fwd)
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i think mcc is straight, but i could be wrong.  colvin might very well be
gay, but i can't imagine the two of them together for some reason...

--mike

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hmmm...i'm not sure how punk the band is, but eve's plum has a lead singer named
colleen who to my ear sounds a lot like debbie harry. and anyone who's
reminiscent of blondie is cool with me. :)
rick

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  *courage to change the things i can, and the wisdom to hide the bodies*
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in-reply-to:  michael messner <mmessner@step.mother.com> "re: mary chapin
              carpenter (fwd)" (mar 18, 11:13am)

on mar 18, 11:13am, michael messner wrote:
> subject: re: mary chapin carpenter (fwd)
> i think mcc is straight, but i could be wrong.  colvin might very well be
> gay, but i can't imagine the two of them together for some reason...
>
> --mike
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shawn has been married for about a year now.

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on mon, 18 mar 1996, michael messner wrote:

> i think mcc is straight, but i could be wrong.  colvin might very well be
> gay, but i can't imagine the two of them together for some reason...

the reason, perhaps, being shawn's husband.

perhaps we should all mind our own business, yes? i've seen mat's
original post in no less than 3 places today and it continues to be an
inappropriate invasion of privacy.

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subject:      live performances...

the one, the only karen vittek wrote:

>the one i was
>thinking of was airplane (and if they do sing it anywhere, i want a copy of
>that tape!!! *grin*) have they ever done you left it up to me?  hey jesus (i
>know emily hates to sing that one, so i've never heard it done?

ok i have answers.  i tell you i have answers!  i think loquat tree is the
only one i've never heard live.  it just so happens that i have a boot with
you left it up to me and airplane at the same show.  it was from the bottom
line in nyc on 4/10/93.  that was from the 10 dollar tour where they
learned all their old songs.  man do i wish i had this list back then
because i didn't even know about that tour.  and i searched and searched
the ole collection for hey jesus and found it on one boot.  actually karen
it looks like your handwriting :-).  it is from memorial hall in chapel
hill, nc from 10/28/89.
        so that leaves only loquat tree.  uncle john's band is a song i
don't have live but i'm sure they've done it.  i think i remember seeing
them perform it on that show in concert 91.  well that's all for now

greg  (who drinks mountain dew in the morning--wakes ya up much faster than
coffee)

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michael messner said:
>
> i think mcc is straight, but i could be wrong.  colvin might very well be
> gay, but i can't imagine the two of them together for some reason...
>
> --mike
>
i have a shawn colvin bootleg from 1993 strawberry festival and she
dedicates "orion in the sky" to her fiance, simon.  he is a musician
also, and i remember reading they got married soon after that show.

jill

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mike writes ( in response to a post about mcc's sexual orientation) :
>i think mcc is straight, but i could be wrong.  colvin might very well be
>gay, but i can't imagine the two of them together for some reason...
>
i really would like to hear more on this subject, if mcc really did "out"
herself... but isn't speculation on a person's private life until that point
one of the things we're not supposed to do here?( or is that only in
connection with the ig's? ) no flames, here... just wondering.
peace... kim.
kim fischer rcn@caspian.coc.powell-river.bc.ca
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doing and gazed in awe at the magnificent
creature silloueted against the rising sun.
rusty the rooster had emerged, once more,
from his book bag.....
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on mon, 18 mar 1996, kim fischer wrote:

> mike writes ( in response to a post about mcc's sexual orientation) :
> >i think mcc is straight, but i could be wrong.  colvin might very well be
> >gay, but i can't imagine the two of them together for some reason...
> >
> i really would like to hear more on this subject, if mcc really did "out"
> herself... but isn't speculation on a person's private life until that point
> one of the things we're not supposed to do here?( or is that only in
> connection with the ig's? ) no flames, here... just wondering.

as amy j putnam says, shawn colvin is married to a man - i don't know his
name, but he is richard thompson's road manager who she met when on tour
with thompson (who played guitar and wrote for fairport convention and
then with his wife linda thompson) in 1992 i think.   colvin, according
to a post theresa esguerra made a few months back, has a massive lesbian
following because she supported kd lang early on, but she is not a
lesbian herself.   i am pretty much sure chapin is straight too.

mat

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subject:      a&e&guitars&muppets

ok, i just did a rather amusing thing. i checked out the "muppets tonite"
website, and _sent_ them a message begging them to get ig onto their show. i
watched it on friday, and i felt delightfully like a 7 year-old again. the
show is priceless, and the thought of amy and emily playing with muppets is
just too good to pass up. so at this time i'd like to urge a letter writing
campaign to muppets tonight!! just do a search on "muppets" to find it on your
web browser, and leave a message for them. if anyone knows a better way to
contact them, post it! :)

also, on the coments on emily's guitar playing abilities: i _definitely_ have
to second (third? fourth? fifty-sixth?) the opinion that she's a remarkable
player. i too was blown away by the scene in watershed where she's recording
southland live. wow! majic fingers is all i can say. i agree that ghost is a
_lot_ easier to play with fingerpicking, but when i saw that emily flatpicks
it i said to myself, "self, ya gotta learn to do it too!" so i picked up my
pick again. i'm slowly learning to do it, but i can't sing it at the same
time. as far as her classical guitar training, i don't know much about that,
but i know my instructor yells at me (in a nice way!) whenever i try to plant
my pinky on the pick guard, so i'd just say it's good technique.

but even more than her playing ability, i admire her ability to improvise. on
the "idiot's delight" radio interview they ask amy to do romeo, and amy
grudgingly agrees, but suggests emily join her on it. emily does so, and puts
in some absolutely gorgeous improvised guitar lines, or "diddly-doos." they
point out afterward that emily had _never_ played that song with amy before.
so how's _that_ for talent? she does a beautiful job of playing a song she's
never played before, and she does it live on the air. of course, this is
theoretically something that a good musician should be able to do, but i have
a sneaking suspiscion not many people can do it as well as em.

wishing for muppets, and a fraction of emily's skill...
folkisgruven,
lorindigo
driving...

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aggghhh!!!!!! my post ( kim fischer speaking ) was a gentle reminder that
even though i was interested , this list probably wasn't the appropriate
forum for any speculation about mcc's or anyone else's sexual
orientation.... please... don't pull me into this : ) i don't think this
"discussion" a thing suited to this list ( my opinion, anyway )
peace.. kim.
*************************************

>on mon, 18 mar 1996, kim fischer wrote:
>
>> mike writes ( in response to a post about mcc's sexual orientation) :
>> >i think mcc is straight, but i could be wrong.  colvin might very well be
>> >gay, but i can't imagine the two of them together for some reason...
>> >
>> i really would like to hear more on this subject, if mcc really did "out"
>> herself... but isn't speculation on a person's private life until that point
>> one of the things we're not supposed to do here?( or is that only in
>> connection with the ig's? ) no flames, here... just wondering.
>
>as amy j putnam says, shawn colvin is married to a man - i don't know his
>name, but he is richard thompson's road manager who she met when on tour
>with thompson (who played guitar and wrote for fairport convention and
>then with his wife linda thompson) in 1992 i think.   colvin, according
>to a post theresa esguerra made a few months back, has a massive lesbian
>following because she supported kd lang early on, but she is not a
>lesbian herself.   i am pretty much sure chapin is straight too.
>
>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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doing and gazed in awe at the magnificent
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subject:      nigc--joan baez & dar williams

had a rather exciting evening recently that i thought y'all might be
interested in.

i'm  stagecraft professional--stage hand, lighting designer/technician, etc.
part of the unwritten code of conduct is "don't bother the talent."  as a
result, i've developed a habit of not caring who the performer is--i take
pride in my work and provide the best stage lighting i can, applying
creativity when allowed to do so, and always being as friendly and as
accommodating as possible (without gushing over the performers i'm fond of).

saturday night, however, was an exception.  i got to provide lighting for
joan baez and dar williams in concert at lisner auditorium in washington, dc.
(working on a show is my favorite way to hear a concert, trying to make the
lights work with what i feel/hear in the music.)  i was truly excited about
this one.

i did maintain the outward appearance of my cool professional attitude--i
didn't ask for autographs (we did get ms. baez to sign our graffiti-covered
fire safety curtain), i didn't scream or try to interview the performers, but
i often found myself singing along and/or dancing at the control board.

btw, for any of you who haven't heard dar williams yet (i hadn't until
saturday night.), add me to the list of people who recommend her work.  she
seemed a little stage-frightened, but after all, she was onstage with joan
baez (who is extremely personable), and once she got into a song, she was
right on.  definitely worth making an effort to see/hear.

sorry for the ramblings and lack of useful content.

peace, love, chocolate...
neb

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from:         victoria reed <reedv@ziavms.enmu.edu>
subject:      re: mcc

i agree with kristina.....it is an invasion of privacy.
i understand the curiousity, but maybe research
efforts should be used elsewhere.
i tis a private matter....if it wasn't private, all of
you would already know the answer.

here here!!

i don't mean to rub anyone the wrong way.
i am glad kristina was the first to speak-up.....i am glad somebody
spoke-up, period.

smooth your feathers, it's all over now.

huggs for good measure,
victoria

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subject:      re: women guitarists & ig guitar
x-to:         jennifer hall
              <jennifer=hall%ts=syscall2%cs=hou@bangate.compaq.com>
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on sun, 17 mar 1996, jennifer hall wrote:

> i play 'ghost' by picking with my fingers.  it's much easier.

        yeah...sometimes that's how i practice it...but then i watched
the disney special and said to myself (for lack of better wordsss)
"sh!t!!!  she's using a pick!!"  so i've been trying to practice it that
way and have realized that i need a lot of work on my right hand
technique.  but for all i know, emily finger picked in the studio...but
i'm still amazed that she plays it live with a friggin' pick.

ccsbzzz,
teri

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from:         "teresa c. esguerra" <sac83826@saclink1.csus.edu>
subject:      re: mary chapin carpenter (fwd)
x-to:         indigo jo <mts5@aber.ac.uk>
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        no mcc is not gay.  she was most recently involved with john
jennings (from her band) but the two are just friends now.

        no...shawn colvin is not gay.   she got married to a concert
engineer/ musician  i think about 2 years ago.

        mcc is single and sc didn't marry until she was in her later
thirties, but it isn't because they're gay, or together, or leading
double lives or anything.

        it's funny because i was thinkng about this last week.  i mean,
here comes out k.d., then melissa, and then amy and emily, and with
disappear fear (only the guitar playing sister is gay, right?) and then
jill sobule "kissed a girl" and blahblahblah...  and i think it's pretty
funny that all of these women are in the same genre of music.  i mean,
it's not like first it's melissa, and then queen latifah, and then
kathleen battle...

        now people envision the acoustic guitar playing dyke...i don't
know what to make of it.  i mean, for me, personally, i'm glad that i'm
still young and that i live in a time where there are more public figures
coming out, but then there's that whole thing about being a role model,
which i think is bull shit (come on, who really wants that job,
anyway...).  and i strap on my acoustic guitar and i knnow i'm gay and i
know everyone else around me will think the same thing.  but there's
plenty of folks who are not gay, but are perceived as being so...and then
i'm thinking what the hell does this have to do with music???

        i don't know where i'm going with this.  it's just been on my
mind.  i'm fascinated with stereotypes and this one seems to just have
been born.

        to reiterate:  mary chapin carpenter and shawn colvin are not gay.

ccsbzzz
teri

"not counting the unmarked paths of misdirection
my compass
faith in love's perfection
i missed a million miles of what i should have seen"

                                -emily saliers

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subject:      n.o. jazzfest  and mcc scandal!

hi folks!

if any of you are going to the n.o. jazzfest and would like a brochure that
tells who's going to be there, i have some.  if you want one or would simply
like to know who's performing on a specific day, just email me and i'll
mail/give you the info.

i hope everyone is having a great day, despite the recent hostilities over the
mcc controversy!  hehe...  kim, call in the fire department if those flames get
too hot to handle.  most of us know that you didn't start the fire!!  hang in
there!  :  )

peace, folkismoo!vin, etc. etc.

tamara (not commenting on or worrying over anyone's sexual orientation, rather
thinking peaceful thoughts of fuzzy bear cubs and live music!)

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subject:      shawn  colvin nigc
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shawn colvin is happily married to a man.  the big event is just two
years old... i just thought i'd clear that up.

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subject:      purple parrot
x-to:         seffy <seffy@epic.co.uk>, jude <jhunter@fdic.gov>,
              jen <gsajaf@noctrl.edu>, amy <astaples@email.unc.edu>,
              kelly <wuzupspecialk@mail.utexas.edu>,
              sue <sharney@smith.smith.edu>, cindy <cinwhite@aol.com>,
              jill <jefrankel@ucdavis.edu>, kelly <kram21@aol.com>,
              donna <zkaa76a@prodigy.com>, karra <kmcleroy@umich.edu>,
              larissa <issy@eworld.com>, nick <springnr@ucbeh.san.uc.edu>,
              martine <okeeffe@lclark.edu>

hi

the tape tree that we have been putting together to distribute early ig
recordings is now set up and ready to go. before we get down to the
specifics of the offer i would like to give some background info and make a
request.  the tree is an experiment, 14 branches have volunteered to dub
tapes for you based on your zodiac sign.  if this offer goes well we will be
making more, please make sure that before you respond to anyone saying that
you want to get the tape that you are able to do the things that are asked
of you in the time frame that they are requested.  if not, please hold off,
you will probably have another shot at the tape later on.  it is in all of
our best interest that you treat the branch you work with with respect, then
hopefully they will stay on board and help make other tapes available to you
later on.

the first tape we are offering is the purple parrot show, which dates back
to around 1985 or 1986.  the quality of the tape is very good, the first
minute or so is a little garbled but the rest is clear.  the tape is 90
minutes and the songs are as follows:  no way to treat  a friend, if you
live like that, weakness in me, love of the common people, house at pooh
corner, danny's song, holy city, never stop, hammond song, drift away, love
the one you're with, girls talk, the water is wide, the untitled song,
everybody's waiting, crazy game, up on the roof, country road, it's too
late, summertime

if you want to receive a copy of this tape you need to do the following things:

1.  email the person handling your branch by monday, march 25th

2.  mail them a new (still wrapped) tdk-sa 90 (please do not send tdk-d's,
they are a much lower grade of tape and do not copy very well) with a
separate return envelope and return postage (stamps, no cash) by wednesday,
march 27th.

the branches already have their copies of the tape so they can dub the show
for you and return your tape to you quickly.

the catch to the offer is that if you  know of someone in the future who is
looking for the tape that you do your best to copy it for them.

here is the lineup for the tree, please respond to them via private email so
we don't clutter up the list:

england    seffy (seffy@epic.co.uk)
canada     martine (okeeffe@lclark.edu)

libra            jude (jhunter@fdic.gov)
aqarius      jen (gsajaf@noctrl.edu)
virgo           amy (astaples@email.unc.edu)
taurus        kelly (wuzupspecialk@mail.utexas.edu)
capricorn   sue (sharney@smith.smith.edu)
leo              cindy (cinwhite@aol.com)
sagitarius  jill (jefrankel@ucdavis.edu)
pisces        kelly (kram21@aol.com)
cancer       donna (zkaa76a@prodigy.com)
aries          karra (kmcleroy@umich.edu)
gemini       larissa (issy@eworld.com)
scorpio      nick (springnr@ucbeh.san.uc.edu)

for my part, i am going to offer to dub the 'blue food' show (it takes a
tdk-sa 60), that i have already offered here twice, to the first ten people
who email me privately.  if there are more than 10 requests i will try to
offer it again in the future.

take care

carolyn

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from:         victoria reed <reedv@ziavms.enmu.edu>
subject:      hey y'all

peace ;)

i was sitting at the fountain in the middle of my campus (easter new mexico
university) earlier today, and i thought:  hey! i wonder how much mail
has piled-up in the last couple hours?  boy, that was a disturbing though.
it actually interrupted my peace.  wow.  that shouldn't happen.  i think
sometimes we dump too much schtufff into the "net world."  i'm thinkin'
maybe we all need to share a few hours with someone we love.  i'm also
thinkin' wow!  has anyone taken a good close look at how the new grass comes
up out of the grownd and sprouts-up nice and freshly green right through
the old brown grass.  i know this hasta sound cheesey by now, but i really
mean it.  i sat for quite a while, facing the lowering sun, listening to
"cedar tree" and playing with the grass.
        is anyone else out there taking their time at anything?

sorry to ramble, it's one of those days.

*vlr*

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reply-to:     kristen jenkins <kristenj@falco.kuci.uci.edu>
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from:         kristen jenkins <kristenj@falco.kuci.uci.edu>
subject:      re: juliana hatfield & melissa ferrick (nigc)
x-to:         susan hetherington <susanh@galaxy.coat.com>
in-reply-to:  <199603181937.oaa19303@galaxy.coat.com>

okay...so a few people have expressed some curiousity re: the melissa
ferrick/juliana hatfield thingee...so here is what i know/heard

melissa ferrick's "massive blur" and juliana hatfield's record <with the
juliana hatfield three> came out the same week.  they are both on
atlantic records.  i guess the reocrd company decided to pump more cash,
time and effort into the juliana hatfield record...(probably since she
already had quite a name in alternative radio) and ferrick's record was
kind of left blowin' in the wind...so melissa ferrick wrote this song...
"the juliana hatfield song"   it goes like this :

~spoken~ " um...this is a song i wrote for my record company.  it's called
juliana hatfield."

~sung~  juliana hatfield got 47 adds
        before her record even came out
        before her record even came out
        and i got 5 adds
        at stations no one even heard about
        but that's okay, cuz i'm not sad
        and we're on the same label
        with girls with guitars
        yeah we're on the same label
        with girls with guitars
        everybody loves girls with guitars ...
        and juliana hatfield doesn't even have a sister
        but that's okay, cuz that song is not about my dad
        and we're on the same label
        with girls with guitars
        yeah, we're on the same label (kind of)
        with girls with guitars
        everybody loves girls with guitars ...

~spoken~  thank you my name is melissa ferrick.  please buy my album so i
can make another one.

in case you don't know what an add is...it's an industry term...when
record companies send out new stuff to radio stations to play, they refer
to them as adds...so they <the radio stations> will <hopefully> "add"
the new releases to their playlists.  does that make sense?

juliana hatfield apparently responded to the song with confusion...not
really understanding what her deal was...

melissa ferrick is a nice lady....i met her when i went to see kristen hall.
the place was packed, and she was sitting at a really big empty table
alone, in the back, waiting for record company people to show up.  she
saw my friend and i standing, and she offerred her table to us until the record
company people got there...

so there you go...

kristen :)

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subject:      wild, wild party at the ?????

how about bringing a sign that says "wild, wild party at the laquinta-airport?"

(sorry, i just couldn't resist...)

peace, love, moo and facetiousness,

joan :p

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subject:      re: hey y'all

i use to look at grass and clover and concentrate on nature.  when i was
young, i use to work outside (at a ferry company on long island) in the sun,
rain, sleet, etc.  at the time, i use to complain about working out in the
elements until my sister said not to complain because someday i'll be
working in an office and miss the outdoors.  well...here i sit.  in an
office - - artificial lighting - - stale air - - ugh...ok, so my sister was
right about one thing.

those who do have the pleasure of working outside, don't complain.  most of
us in corporate america envy you (yes, even if it rains) - - or at least
this corporate chick does!

- jen hall
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from victoria reed <reedv@ziavms.enmu.edu>, on 3/18/96 4:36 pm:
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peace ;)

i was sitting at the fountain in the middle of my campus (easter new mexico
university) earlier today, and i thought:  hey! i wonder how much mail
has piled-up in the last couple hours?  boy, that was a disturbing though.
it actually interrupted my peace.  wow.  that shouldn't happen.  i think
sometimes we dump too much schtufff into the "net world."  i'm thinkin'
maybe we all need to share a few hours with someone we love.  i'm also
thinkin' wow!  has anyone taken a good close look at how the new grass
comes
up out of the grownd and sprouts-up nice and freshly green right through
the old brown grass.  i know this hasta sound cheesey by now, but i really
mean it.  i sat for quite a while, facing the lowering sun, listening to
"cedar tree" and playing with the grass.
        is anyone else out there taking their time at anything?

sorry to ramble, it's one of those days.

*vlr*

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reply-to:     indigo jo <mts5@aber.ac.uk>
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from:         indigo jo <mts5@aber.ac.uk>
subject:      re: mary chapin carpenter (fwd)
x-to:         kristina cizas <kcizas@cgrg.ohio-state.edu>
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on mon, 18 mar 1996, kristina cizas wrote:

> perhaps we should all mind our own business, yes? i've seen mat's
> original post in no less than 3 places today and it continues to be an
> inappropriate invasion of privacy.

one of those places wouldn't be the same one where you keep providing
flame bait for that guy who hates susan werner would it?

in fact this post bears a remarkable resemblance to a post you made last
year in reply to an enquiry about melissa etheridge's love life ... which
is as public as you get, in fact peta showed a poster of her and julie
cypher lying naked together with the banner "we'd rather go naked than
wear fur".   maybe some of these artists are not as particular about
their private lives as you are.

mat

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subject:      help!!  recommended tapes for bootlegs?!

hi folks!

i just bought a *%@#$load, i mean a whole lot (pardon me, but i'm pretty angry
with myself right now) of tdk-d tapes, only to find out that they are not of
very good quality to tape bootlegs on!  i'm hitting myself on the head right
now, since that's exactly what i bought them for.  anyhow, does anyone have
recommendations for brands other than tdk-sa that are best to use for boots?!
what about maxell?  is maxell xlii any good?  is tdk normal/high/whatever bias
any good?  sony?  help please!!!  i don't want to make the same mistake twice!
and i need options in case i can't get tdk-sa.

any information about this is greatly appreciated, since i am a newbie at this.
please email me privately, so as not to clutter the list.  thanks!

peace,

tamara (thinking about how stupid i am going to look when i'm returning $70
worth of tapes to the store -- they're not all for me, btw.)

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              issue

in a message dated 96-03-18 12:28:11 est, kvittek@gladstone.uoregon.edu
(karen a. vittek) writes:

>have they ever done you left it up to me?  hey jesus >(i know emily hates to
sing >that one, so i've never heard it done? did she ever do it in a moment
of weakness?)???

and has anyone ever heard "cedar tree" live?  to stretch this a bit further,
does anyone who has heard "cedar tree" live have a copy they'd be willing to
record for blank, postage, etc.?

shameless.  i'm absolutely shameless.  ;)

=danna

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date:         mon, 18 mar 1996 22:01:02 -0500
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subject:      re.: cover me grey tape tree (from jan. '96)

hello.  sorry to bother anyone, but does anyone have the e-mail address for
the person who organized the cover me grey tape tree? (or are you out there?)
i sent my $5.00 back in jan. to my designated branch. . . have e-mailed him
twice (only recently, as i assumed a tape branch would be extraordinarily
busy & possibly behind).  i realize this is only $5.00, but i really wanted
that tape and, hey, i worked for that money (the same as everyone else).  ;)

this person hasn't answered his e-mail, and i have no way of even knowing
whether he's even getting it.  i still have his street address, but am loath
to spend another $2.52 on a certified letter to find out whether he got
$5.00.  (do you all hear the ringling bros. theme music in the background?)

again -- yes, i know this probably sounds petty, but i don't mean it to be.
anyone with any info., thanks!

obsessively,
          danna

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date:         mon, 18 mar 1996 19:38:02 -0800
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subject:      school house rock

greetings all,

i am still digging through all my mail and digests, etc... and saw the
thread about school house rock. there is a web page with wave files and
stuff of all the school house rock episodes at
http://hera.life.uiuc.edu.
happy surfing, i am crawling back under my mail and project pile.

peace,
lisa

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subject:      re: female punk nigc

oh my goodness how could i forget (bad evil zoot !) !
no list of female punk performers would be complete without
the one who started it all....the goddess herself........

patti smith

jesus died for somebody's sins
but not mine
melting in a pot of theives
wild card up my sleeve
thick heart of stone
my sins my own
they belong to me
                            p. smith
(the words that changed the course of rock and roll)
(whew !)
claire

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subject:      re: joan baez and welcome me

to me, no other performer can cover a tune and make it
their own like joan baez. i always associate songs like "suzanne",
"joe hill" , "danny boy" and too many more to mention here
with joan.
the more i hear her version of "welcome me", the more
i feel as though it was written for her, her interpretation is just
gorgeous. its almost as though jb's and ar's versions
are two different songs, both beautiful and compelling.

this is the first time i've ever heard another recording artist cover
an ig tune. has anyone else done any covers ? (i mean, besides us:)

love power !
claire

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subject:      1 2 3.....

i really like this song (1,2,3..) but it's kind of hard to listen to,
it has a very "abrasive" feel to me, but thats a good thing in
this case, i'm allways willing to be uncomfortable for art. in
imho some of the best stuff requires the listener to set aside their
comfort zone.
i think that this song is about warning folks out there that
to assume an anarchist posture in a attempt to appear wise, or
fit in, or whatever reason, is ultimately empty and meaningless.
(i like the live version (botbya) of this the best.)

i used to be jaded but it was empty and lonley, so i stopped
being that way.
claire
"what's left when the locks have all been broken,
young children of authority ?"
                                             a. ray

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subject:      re: special memories....(nigc)

ok, this thread really has no place here, imho, but...

i've got the lyrics to the schoolhouse rock multiplication songs.  anyone
who's interested, e-mail me privately & i'll send them out.

michael
"three is a magic number.
yes it is.
it's a magic number.
somewhere in the ancient mystic trinity,
you get three.
that's a magic number."

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subject:      re: mary chapin carpenter (fwd)
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yes, i agree that this discussion is a little prying and irrelevant.  i
apologize to y'all for extending it...realized i shouldn't have said
anything on about a minute after i responded.  sorry!!

--mike

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it's not unknown to play a song like ghost that well with a pick...but
boy is it challenging...she may have been doing both flatpicking and
fingerpicking at the same time.  hell she might have lso been overdubbing...

--mike

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aaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh !
this has become tiresome ;)

claire

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subject:      of birds, trees, and the outdoors...

victoria is exactly right...it's important to get outside and enjoy god's creation
every once in a while.  it's sooo easy (believe me) to sit here in front of the
computer several hours a week, surfing the net, reading/replying to e-mail, etc.
it is addictive, that's for sure.  there is a world outside, though, and it's important
to one's physical, emotional and spiritual health to experience it from time to time,
ya know!(g)  i echo the sentiment of the person (oops, i forgot your name) who said
they realized how nice it was to work outside once they had an office job.  you are
so right...small office, flourescent lighting, windows that don't open, air that
isn't all that fresh (probably "re-cycled" air)  do not exactly make one feel creative,
energized, full of wonder, etc.  i used to work as a news photog and i was always
outside...i loved it (except for when the weather was bad).  i also loved being
able to wear comfortable clothes.  now i've traded those in for business suits and
coordinates.   i've been working in a corporate environment for four years now
and i'm not any more fond of wearing uncomfortable clothes and being confined to
a small office than i was when i began!  so those of you who have an opportunity to
be outside a lot on the job, open your eyes and take a moment to look at the
grass, flowers, trees, mountains, streams, or whatever, and savor the beauty and freedom
of the scenery around you.  btw, i've always thought it would be cool to be a forest ranger...
sorry to ramble...

peace, love, and the great outdoors,

joan :)

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heys :)

>and i keep meaning to bring a sign saying wild wild party at the loquat tree
>to a concert to see if they'd play it, but...maybe next year or at the
>newport ff...=)

go for it  :):)

it's been done :):) in fact, the disney special concert..not only was a
set list passed to emily with obscuros on like that (which she did read...)
but four people in the front row (including me, and the scary thing is, i
think i could have had something to do with the idea) did the chatter,chirp,
squeek, buzz thing...

aaaahhh...memories :):)

support the chatter chirp squeek buzz campaign.

neily (who yes, is feeling mighty better. especially when i yawn. which is
a long story...and who will also get a move on with mailing out taps now.)

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subject:      re: of birds, trees, and the outdoors...

to all you office workers:

don't mean to gloat, but i do work outdoors (i'm an archaeologist for =
the national park service) and when we're working in the beautiful =
outdoors, smelling the flowers, etc., i usually think about you guys and =
am very thankful that i'm sitting in the sun instead of artificial =
light.  yes, we do have indoor time in windowless labs when analysis and =
reports need to be done.  and it's horrible when i have to trade in my =
camos and hiking boots for more appropriate office attire, but.... we =
just have to remember that we won't be stuck in there forever, and we =
are thankful.  (can you tell that i like my job?) =20
by the way, visit your national parks.  remember that the smaller ones =
can be just as exciting as the bigger (crowded) ones like the smokies, =
yellowstone, grand canyon, etc.  the park service even has a web site:
        http://www.nps.gov
the national park service archeology link is:
        http://www.cr.nps.gov/archeo.html

no, i'm not usually a publicist for the park service.
anyway, now that i've rambled (i'm kind of disoriented because they put =
a keyboard and mouse in my hand instead of a shovel this week...) if =
you're working in an office today, get outside for lunch if you can - =
life is far too short to only see the world and not experience it.

sorry about the non-ig content, but i thought the reminder of getting =
out from behind the keyboard occasionally is sort of important...

thinking happy thoughts of warm weather, big green trees, =20
little furry animals, and very comfortable non-office attire...

wendy
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date:         tue, 19 mar 1996 06:14:35 -0800
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from:         "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
subject:      new release from atlanta!
x-cc:         atlartists@monsterbit.com

for all awaiting the new release from lift, it has finally arrived!
this band, featuring molly bancroft, david patterson, julie clark,
and simone simonton, has at long last given us tunes to dance to.
if you havent heard this band, you are really missing out.  great
lyriccs...excellent guitar playing...  the album is called
"stellar".  perry at rdr has heard it and raves about it...i saw the
band in atlanta (and knew molly when she lived in boston).  i can
even recommend it unheard..

rainy day records has 50 in stock right now at the special price
of $12.95 plus shipping.  the next batch will b cost more...order now!

and there are still copies of wendy bucklew's "rage in the ring"
in stock, but they are going fast!

rdr is 1-800-636-6166 or rainy@mindspring.com


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

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subject:      komh day

hey all:
i won't try to add any brilliant thoughts to the analysis of the words in
komh... my brain decided to take a vacation without me today... i will say :
i really like this song... like the mood it evokes in me. i don't quite
understand it. i mean, is a saying to someone that even though it's painful
for her to love, because of past hurts that made her react in anger, she's
willing to work through that with the help of this person who's somehow
reached her heart?..... dunno... maybe it's not even a love song  : )
and... does anyone know what the reference to the tatoo with lines crossing
into a hand is. could it be about her life line... or is there some other
significant meaning that i,  in all my newness to ig music,  have missed
?.....  : )  well...
peace + deep thoughts ( to those of you with brains functioning at their
fullest capacity) : )  kim.
kim fischer rcn@caspian.coc.powell-river.bc.ca
*************************************
the animals all stopped what they were
doing and gazed in awe at the magnificent
creature silloueted against the rising sun.
rusty the rooster had emerged, once more,
from his book bag.....
************************************

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subject:      re: cedar tree (live)

hi!

i heard ig perform cedar tree live in sept. of 1991 at their
concert during bumbershoot here in seattle.  they were previewing
some brand new songs they had just written (because sept. of 1991
was clearly prior to the release of rop...), so we all had the
chance to hear the early versions of cedar tree, ghost, and fare
thee well.

i wish i had a tape of it....

ann

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keeper has a very special place in my heart. it's a long story and most
of you have your fingers on the big ol' "d" button anyway so i won't tell
it. just know.
ben

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subject:      re: of birds, trees, and the outdoors... (nigc)

oh sweet memories.  when i use to work outside, i remember watching ants.
if i'd eat outside, i'd leave crumbs for the ants, and they'd come by and
pick up those huge crumbs and carry them back to their nest.

i haven't analyzed any insects since then.  we all get so worked up with
life, bills, work, etc. that i don't even really think of looking at nature
anymore.  i will, however, admit that ig made me look at nature one day
when i was driving to work.  "thin line" just came on, and amy sang "i
thought the time was passed when i could find beauty in a birds" when a
slew of blue birds flew off the power lines right past my car.  it was
eerie, but thought it was a sign of sorts for me to pay more attention to
nature like i use to.

another note about nature - a bit sad.  houston is growing in leaps and
bounds.  the city is re-building roads for traffic at the expense of
nature.  i live off a road that use to have beautiful, healthy trees down
the median.  when i first moved here, i noticed a huge family of birds
living in those trees, and the reason i noticed them is because they were
so loud.   even at midnight, they'd be there chirping away.  thought that
was a bit odd for birds to be chirping that late into the night.  well,
construction took place and traffic demanded a 3rd lane.  what was
sacrificed . . . the trees.  my first thought was where will the birds go.
they all migrated to one tree in front of a supermarket.  although sad,
it's funny to see a single tree absolutely populated with black birds.
there are hundreds of them chirping louder then ever.

i think we - america - are losing touch with nature in a big way.  and it's
too bad.

- jen h.
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from joan morrison <103161.3515@compuserve.com>, on 3/19/96 1:59 am:
to: <indigo-girls@netspace.org>

victoria is exactly right...it's important to get outside and enjoy god's
creation
every once in a while.  it's sooo easy (believe me) to sit here in front of
the
computer several hours a week, surfing the net, reading/replying to e-mail,
etc.
it is addictive, that's for sure.  there is a world outside, though, and
it's important
to one's physical, emotional and spiritual health to experience it from
time to time,
ya know!(g)  i echo the sentiment of the person (oops, i forgot your name)
who said
they realized how nice it was to work outside once they had an office job.
you are
so right...small office, flourescent lighting, windows that don't open, air
that
isn't all that fresh (probably "re-cycled" air)  do not exactly make one
feel creative,
energized, full of wonder, etc.  i used to work as a news photog and i was
always
outside...i loved it (except for when the weather was bad).  i also loved
being
able to wear comfortable clothes.  now i've traded those in for business
suits and
coordinates.   i've been working in a corporate environment for four years
now
and i'm not any more fond of wearing uncomfortable clothes and being
confined to
a small office than i was when i began!  so those of you who have an
opportunity to
be outside a lot on the job, open your eyes and take a moment to look at
the
grass, flowers, trees, mountains, streams, or whatever, and savor the
beauty and freedom
of the scenery around you.  btw, i've always thought it would be cool to be
a forest ranger...
sorry to ramble...

peace, love, and the great outdoors,

joan :)

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subject:      concerts in minneapolis?
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does anyone have details about the shows i saw mentioned on this list
earlier -- someone said ig would play two shows in minneapolis in
september?  if this is true, what is the date and location?  are these
going to be honor the earth shows?  if you have info about this, please
email me privately or post to the list.  thanks!!

********************************
john petroskas
hamline university school of law
1536 hewitt avenue
saint paul, mn 55104
jpetrosk@piper.hamline.edu
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subject:      re: women guitarists & ig guitar

at 11:11 pm 3/18/96 -0800, mike wrote:
>it's not unknown to play a song like ghost that well with a pick...but
>boy is it challenging...she may have been doing both flatpicking and
>fingerpicking at the same time.  hell she might have lso been overdubbing...
>
overdub my butt!  that woman can play a mean guitar, no matter the style!
how could you even suggest that the goddess emily would even _think_ to
overdub! [smile]

  peace and emily is the best guitar player in the world, even tho i
identify with amy..

     sher

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subject:      re: komh day

at 07:25 am 3/19/96 -0800,kim wrote:
>hey all: ad infitum...

>and... does anyone know what the reference to the tatoo with lines crossing
>into a hand is. could it be about her life line... or is there some other
>significant meaning that i,  in all my newness to ig music,  have missed
>?.....  : )  well...
>peace + deep thoughts ( to those of you with brains functioning at their
>fullest capacity) : )  kim.

  kim....

  amy's tattoo is a sioux indian cross, in the shape of a hand, which is
divided into sections by lines crossing.  each section is a different
meaning...like the soul, life, nature etc.  if anyone else has the absolute
definition of what the tattoo sections mean..feel free to add to what i have
said here.

  sher

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subject:      emily & billy pilgrim

oh..<achem>  sorry.  i was just listening to billy pilgrim's 1st cd.  emily
appears on a song called insomniac, and she harmonizes her little heart out
with those guys just like she does with amy.  man, she's good!!!

both amy & emily are thanks in the liner notes, but amy doesn't appear -
vocally - on any songs.  they must of just been helping out these guys on
their 1st album.

if you haven't checked billy pilgrim out yet, you should.  i only have
their 1st album, so i don't know if their 2nd cd is as good.

see ya!
- jen hall

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date:         tue, 19 mar 1996 14:57:47 +1100
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subject:      re: joan baez and welcome me

hi y'all,

     i also really like joan's cover of this song..on a related note,
i love the bob dylan cover of "don't think twice, it's alright" that
joan did with ig.  it's great..  anyone notice how loudly emily yells
"thanks y'all!"  after they're through?  it just cracked me up when i
heard it..she must've been really excited. hehe

                         peace and bless you,
                         shannon shevock (yamaha)
ps btw, i also love the pic of a, e, and joan in the front of the
liner notes:)


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             nor does one day; and so too one day, or
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             blessed and happy..."
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subject:      naive video questions
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with only 2 albums to go in my columbia house obligation, i was scouring the
catalogue.

"indigo girls: watershed" is described as 10 years of underground video.  i
was curious what "underground" means and how it compares to live at the
uptown.

jimmy  <jungj@bah.com>

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subject:      dan perkins...e-mail me....

sorry for the broadcast..i don't have his direct e-mail address.

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subject:      pondering

hello all

        i was at home pondering the meaning/s of komh, and all i can say
with any authority is wow. talk about your masterpeices. i kinda see tis
song as classic amy stuff. all powerful throaty vocals, full of agony and
passion. not to mention so abstract that i don't know what shes saying. i
do know that i love the imagery she invokes with 'you see all my life
i've painted with anger's brush' i think it says alot about how she views
the world, what it says i'm not exactly sure. the lines about love and
anger being both her gods and her scars, do they mean she loves them, the
idea of them and thier embodiment, but is very aware how much they've
hurt her, even scarred her? confusing !  the arms burning in wide seem to
me to be a reference to how long shes been standing there and waiting for
...  you know how your arms burn if you hold them out for a while. it's
as if shes aching in her need, but is trying to be as patient as she
can.  i really haven't a clue what the stuff about wearing down a stone
in the river is about though, can someone help? as far as beutiful word
choice goes though i don't think you can beat the stuff about " a warrior
barefoot and dancing, with tears of anger and beauty and all of this is
true, for you..."  it also is a perfect example of a's style. i may not
get what the words are saying but the emotion in her voice is telling me
everythingi need to know. this woman has a way of grabbing my heart and
_making_ me feel what shes talking about. very impressive regardless.
sorry i've gone on for so long but i really love this song, even though
it has me thourghly befuddled ;)

peace love and lots o' hugs, and tootsie rolls for cylinda
kristal

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from:         amanda cook <amcook@gloria.cord.edu>
subject:      re: women guitarists & ig guitar
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>   peace and emily is the best guitar player in the world, even tho i
> identify with amy..
>
>      sher

   yes!!!! ;)

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subject:      re: of birds, trees, and the outdoors...
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the great outdoors is the place to be!  i think ig definitely shows this
in their lyrics and for the organizations and causes they support.  their
music has shown me how powerful music can be- not just words and chord
patterns, but soul.  i feel a part of the world around me, because every
day i take the time to look at it.!!  i know we're past sits, but this
song deines the way i feel when the snow is melting (up here in the cold
north!) and also world falls, which i sang all the way through new mexico
and arizona last year.  a&e's music have brought me in touch with two of
the most important things- myself and nature.

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subject:      mpls concerts

the concert s in september are honor the earth concerts--they will be at
northrup auditorium--dates, times, ticket info will p  be posted weh  when
the information be o  becomes available--remember for infor mation on honor
the earth merchandise or to be put on the honor the earth mailing list send
mer  me a message at omi@dexmn.com
thanks, peace, russ

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subject:      re: ww party...

in a message dated 96-03-19 06:17:15 est, somebody writes:

> wild wild party at the loquat tree
>>to a concert to see if they'd play it,

what is this ????
how come we never get to here these rare songs out here
in the wild wild west.
i feel like there are different shows done east of the mississippi.
poop !
claire

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subject:      re: pondering-komh

as i sit here enjoying my tootsie rolls (thanks kristal!) i thought i'd
comment on some of the new insights into this great song kristal has given me--

>hurt her, even scarred her? confusing !  the arms burning in wide seem to
>me to be a reference to how long shes been standing there and waiting for
>...  you know how your arms burn if you hold them out for a while.

wow!  that's entirely different imagery than i'd always associated with the
song.  but it makes much more sense.  it's funny how literally i interpret
lyrics, sometimes.  i'd never thought of it as that kind of burning, but
that just fits so well.......and i think the wearing down the stones in the
river part is another image of patience, of waiting.  cause it takes an
immense amount of time to wear down stones in a river......is amy saying
she's been waiting so long, and still is, that this is what's happening??
but i still don't have a clue as to how this fits into the big picture of
the song.  i actually have no idea what it's about, but it's just so
beautiful, so passionate, that i don't feel like i need to know what it's
about, it just is, and it is true........
as the song says "all of this is true"...it's felt, not understood.

enough of my randomness, anyone else out there with more concrete insights
into this beautiful song??

peace & lollipops (for everyone, but especailly for kristal :)

cylinda               "i know there is strength in the differences between us
                          and i know there is comfort where we overlap"
                                              -- ani difranco

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subject:      four and twenty blackbirds baked in a pie

does anyone recall the radio interview in which
emily was asked about her favorite album, and she
said (i paraphrase), "it's 'hejira'--i don't even
know if i'm pronouncing that correctly.."?

reason i mention it, joni mitchell was interviewed
on vh1 the other day.  (apparently 'turbulent indigo'
has won some sort of prize?)  and in the course of
the interview, joni uttered the mysterious h-word.
evidently, it is properly pronounced hedge-ear-uh,
not hedge-eye-ruh as emily had guessed.  will someone
please pass this along?

thank you,
i-girl

"having someone else sing your songs is like sending
your children to live with a wicked uncle.  they come
back with ugly clothes and bad language."

                          -- joni mitchell, as quoted by
                             richard thompson, as jotted
                             down by me.

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     are you sure that amy doesn't sing?  i could swear that i can hear
     both of their voices on insomniac (by the way, i haven't heard the
     latest either, but that cd is great!)
     yvette


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author:  jennifer hall at smtpcc
date:    3/19/96 12:04 pm


oh..<achem>  sorry.  i was just listening to billy pilgrim's 1st cd.  emily
appears on a song called insomniac, and she harmonizes her little heart out
with those guys just like she does with amy.  man, she's good!!!

both amy & emily are thanks in the liner notes, but amy doesn't appear -
vocally - on any songs.  they must of just been helping out these guys on
their 1st album.

if you haven't checked billy pilgrim out yet, you should.  i only have
their 1st album, so i don't know if their 2nd cd is as good.

see ya!
- jen hall

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subject:      re: emily & billy pilgrim

i'm looking at the cd now, and only emily is listed.  can't find amy's name
anywhere, but the words are hard to see because of the pictures in the
background.

- j
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     are you sure that amy doesn't sing?  i could swear that i can hear
     both of their voices on insomniac (by the way, i haven't heard the
     latest either, but that cd is great!)
     yvette


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oh..<achem>  sorry.  i was just listening to billy pilgrim's 1st cd.  emily
appears on a song called insomniac, and she harmonizes her little heart out
with those guys just like she does with amy.  man, she's good!!!

both amy & emily are thanks in the liner notes, but amy doesn't appear -
vocally - on any songs.  they must of just been helping out these guys on
their 1st album.

if you haven't checked billy pilgrim out yet, you should.  i only have
their 1st album, so i don't know if their 2nd cd is as good.

see ya!
- jen hall

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subject:      re: komh day

>keeper has a very special place in my heart. it's a long story and most
>of you have your fingers on the big ol' "d" button anyway so i won't tell
>it. just know.
>ben

hey, ben... why not?... some of us like long stories....
peace + passing the pipe to you.... kim.
kim fischer rcn@caspian.coc.powell-river.bc.ca
*************************************
the animals all stopped what they were
doing and gazed in awe at the magnificent
creature silloueted against the rising sun.
rusty the rooster had emerged, once more,
from his book bag.....
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subject:      re: emily & billy pilgrim

>     are you sure that amy doesn't sing?  i could swear that i can hear
>     both of their voices on insomniac (by the way, i haven't heard the
>     latest either, but that cd is great!)

please, please, please don't go there!

but if you feel you must, simply dial 1-800-its-emly. counselors are
standing by to help.

deb :)

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subject:      entire song lyrics

hi, i was sitting here writing a letter to an old friend that i haven't
spoken to in years when i realized that he has probably never heard any ig
music. so i wrote a bit about how he really should go buy any ig cd (i
recommended strange fire or rop just because those two are my favorites).
i wanted to include song lyrics that would "show off" -- can't think of a
better way to put it -- their music. i finally decided on you and me of
the 10,000 wars, but it was a hard choice to make.

this could turn into a fun thread. to make it a bit different i'm talking
about *the entire* song (not just favorite lines). so if you couldn't send
the music and only the lyrics, which song lyrics would you send to a
friend who had never heard any ig music before?

this will largely depend on *who* the friend is, but it will still be fun
to see the responses.

kristina (in b'ham, who noticed we have at least 2 different kristina's
here) :)

p.s. i chose 10,000 wars because the lyrics are pure poetry and really
stand up without the music. "love's recovery" was my first choice but it
was a bit too personal and i didn't want him to take it the wrong way.

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subject:      re: entire song lyrics
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              andrade" at mar 19, 96 3:29 pm

> this could turn into a fun thread. to make it a bit different i'm talking
> about *the entire* song (not just favorite lines). so if you couldn't send
> the music and only the lyrics, which song lyrics would you send to a
> friend who had never heard any ig music before?


it really does matter what the mood is, but normally these sorta things
happen in break-up situations (*sigh*) and so i immediately think of
a "been there -- you'll survive" type thing.

i'd send ghost.  its simply one of the best poems i've ever read.
honorable mention to "the rose" by amanda mcbroom (non-ig, but damn
powerful).

                                        -- chris

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date:         tue, 19 mar 1996 19:19:13 -0600
reply-to:     "january simpson, esq." <simpson@hanover.edu>
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from:         "january simpson, esq." <simpson@hanover.edu>
subject:      komh, lyrics...

i'm not sure if i missed komh day or not, but i don't care if i did,
because i really like this song.  not that i know any more than anyone else
about its meaning, but for some reason it soothes me, which could be a
strange reaction to such a song.  i always feel so peaceful at the end of
this song, so kind of drained of any distracting thoughts.  maybe because
it is such an intense song, it doesn tend to leave a person
drained...anyway, it's fun reading people's ideas about the meaning(s) of
the lyrics.
if i had to send the entire lyrics to a friend, i would probably have to
send one amy song and one emily, just because they are so different,
usually.  i think for amy's song i would probably send strange fire, i love
that song and it has so many different levels of meaning...for emily's song
i would send...wow, ummmmmmm, probably either ghost or...maybe i'd draw one
out of a hat...
oh, one more thing!  sorry this is so long (sheepish grin).  this past
weekend i purchased jcs, and am forced to comment on how much i absolutely
love this album.  i think my roommate is getting sick of it, but she can
cope.  does everyone agree (who has heard it, anyway...) that amy makes an
absolutely righteous jesus?  wow, just the right amount of angst :)
i'm going now...
peace,

january simpson

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
                        everyone must learn this lesson somewhere;
                          that it costs something to be what you are

        "i'm just a mirror of a mirror of myself; all the things that i do..."
                                -emily saliers, "least complicated"
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
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subject:      re: joan baez's "welcome me", komh

shannon shevock <slsst2@stulab.sfcpa.edu> said,
>     i also really like joan's cover of this song..on a related note,
>i love the bob dylan cover of "don't think twice, it's alright" that
>joan did with ig.  it's great..  anyone notice how loudly emily yells
>"thanks y'all!"  after they're through?  it just cracked me up when i
>heard it..she must've been really excited. hehe

funny thing - that cover.  oddly enough, i've been listening to nis the last
few days and every time "welcome me" comes on i repeat it. for my ears,
nothing compares to the emotion that ar gives the song so when i hear joan's
version it just doesn't measure up to amy's passionate delivery. (for me
that is - i just love ar's voice)(did that make sense?) :)
i totally agree that "don't think twice" is a great cover by the three of
them. maybe they'll play that at the no concert.
and what day is this?  komh?  scary in its weight - funny that ar is
supposed to be such a jokester and lighthearted; as intense the passion is
in her music.  i mean, es writes with her heart and connects, yet ar just
rips out her soul as an offering.  totally intense - the song reaches within
me and makes me feel.  what a gift to be able to emote like that!
there.  i've delurked, blathered, and practiced my typing.
looking forward to no with every passing day of tax season.

yours almost moo!ing,

karen

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subject:      nigc- pipe ceremony

a warm hello to all ig-e-mailers out there!

   i have been extremely busy with stuff for school, but tonight decided
i had to take some time and do what i want, rather than slave over work.
so here i am.  :>)   also i had to write to share a really memorable event
that happened a couple of weeks ago.
     i recently had to go "up north" as us michiganders say, to traverse city

to meet with the chief tribal court judge for the grand traverse band of
chippewa indians.  he sponsored this conference where our class could
meet with him and other tribal attorneys and judges to discuss the tribal
court system (basic school sort of stuff), but before the meetings got under
way, chief judge petoskey introduced us to a tribal elder who agreed to
begin our day with a pipe ceremony.
    now mind you when this all started i was extremely tired having drove
6 hours the night before, and on top of that we whooped it up at the casino
until about 2:00 a.m., so i was not bright eyed and bushy tailed at 8:00 a.m.

when we assembled for the meetings, but this ceremony was the most
re-juvenating, cleansing thing i have experienced.  when it was over i felt
like running a marathon.
      the elder described all the things which are a part of our life
and how we should think of ourselves as a circle with 4 directions- the west
being our emotions and the south - everyday life, and the east- intellectual
thought and mind, and the north being spirituality and he invoked us all to
celebrate being ourselves and called upon the source of life and all of
creation, and people of the past and present to be with us.  and we all made
offerings
of tobacco and took turns smoking his pipe, and he spoke of balance in our
lives...about how you have to throw yourself off balance to make progress
and do your life's work and used walking as an example, saying that walking
is really throwing yourself off balance and then catching yourself from
falling.
   one thing that did make me extremely sad was to recognize how much of the
traditional customs have been lost over the years -due to federal policies.
lewis
said that he didn't really have apprentices to pass his knowlege down to, and
not in so many words suggested that this was because young people in the
community did not feel close enough to the traditional culture to really be
committed to the spiritual practice.  why on earth we americans feel the need
to oppress and destroy people
who are different from the conventional, "god loving", white bread type of
society is beyond me.
     i know this is getting long-  and don't want to rant and rave, so i will
stop.
it was such a cool thing to have participated in, i had to write and share it
with
everyone.  thanks for reading----
                               dana

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date:         tue, 19 mar 1996 21:42:04 -0500
reply-to:     mtngrl6@aol.com
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from:         mtngrl6@aol.com
subject:      re: of birds, trees, and the outdoors...

in a message dated 96-03-19 08:54:46 est, wendy wrote:

>get outside for lunch if you can - life is far too short to only see the
>world and not experience it.
>
>sorry about the non-ig content, but i thought the reminder of getting out
>from behind the keyboard occasionally is sort of important...
>
>thinking happy thoughts of warm weather, big green trees,
>little furry animals, and very comfortable non-office attire...
>
>

i have to second this...i'm a nurse in home health care so i drive around *a
lot*.  i love being outside but the best part about driving is that i get to
listen to ig almost all day!!!
it's my time to mellow out between patients and it definitely makes dealing
with traffic, rain etc. a helluva lot easier :))))

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subject:      joni mitchell (nigc)

someone asked whether joni mitchell's "turbulent indigo" album had recently won
a prize...yep, a grammy for best pop album.  pretty nifty prize, eh?  and look at who
she beat out -- pariah, er i mean mariah carey!!! (ggg)

peace, love and grammys,

joan :)

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subject:      re: live performances...

>am i right in thinking that wild wild party at the loquat tree is the only
>song the ig's have recorded and never sung live??
>with i don't wanna talk about it a close second (one letterman appearence??)

sorry, neily! <smile> right side of the road but no cigar....(or is it the
left over there, i never can remember :)

the setlist for:

may 13, 1994
world cafe -  the wood song, dead man's hill, i don't wanna talk about it,
this train (revised), watershed, least complicated, touch me fall.


jude :)

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date:         wed, 20 mar 1996 14:31:29 +1100
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subject:      going away for awhile...
x-to:         ecto@claireseach.ecto.org
x-cc:         diana@zeta.org.au, pct@xroads.com, dar-list@europe.std.com,
              fishman@geko.net.au, fionac@geko.net.au, rainy@mindspring.com,
              ectophil@comp.vuw.ac.nz, cuffy@desktop.com.au

hi everyone, sorry for the spam mail.

i've just experienced a violent parting of the ways with my employers.
i've been informed that although they don't trust me and won't let me
back on their network for any reason, they bear me no ill will, and will
even deign to send me my files etc on floppy disk.

i think i'm still in a state of shock actually... 2 days ago i had a job
that i quite liked, and now i'm not to be trusted and apparently am some
kind of "vicious" person, possibly even a criminal.  (makes you wonder,
doesn't it?  i feel like batman in reverse.)

anyway, to get to the point, this means that the email addresses
sherlyn@geko.net.au and piquet@geko.net.au, under which i was formerly
trading, are no longer valid.  if you really need to reach me, i can be
found for the moment at sherlyn@sydney.dialix.oz.au.  i won't be back in
general circulation for awhile though, since i guess i need to find both
a new provider and a new job.

the www pages, including the indigo girls survey, formerly at
http://www.geko.net.au/sherlyn, will be off the air also.  sorry guys,
no more survey results for awhile at least.   could someone please send
a brief note to the usenet ig mob, letting them know the survey will be
down for awhile?

um, i guess that's all.  just wanted to thank you all for a lot of fun,
it's been good.  i've only sent this message to people and lists whose
email addresses i can remember - if i'm friends with any of your friends
and you don't think they've seen this message, could you please pass it
on?

take care everyone, until we meet again...
"at the crossroads of disaster and the imperfect smile, with the angel
on the streetlamp that blinks on as i walk on awhile..."

just me,
the very upset one,
-sherlyn

*** sherlyn koo - sherlyn@sydney.dialix.oz.au ***
"but the question drowns in its futility, and even i have got to laugh
at me... no one gets to miss the storm of what will be...  just holding
on for the ride..."     - indigo girls, "the wood song" (emily saliers)

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subject:      nigc - joni mitchel/grammy

dear joan & all....

: someone asked whether joni mitchell's "turbulent indigo" album had
recently won a prize...yep,
: grammy for best pop album.  pretty nifty prize, eh?  and look at
who she beat out -- pariah, er i mean : : mariah carey!!! (ggg)

my faith in this world was restored when neither michael bolton nor
pariah carey won grammy's.  what's creative risk to these people?  in
bolton's case, writing his own music so he won't plagiarize or in
carey's case, not marrying the head of sony music.

sorry if i offend (blame it on my head cold)


melissa

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subject:      speaking of billy pilgrim

        i know this pertains very little to ig (or not at all), but i'd
like to say billy pilgrim's bloom is very weak.  i got it a couple of
weeks ago in the mail, and i've listened to the entire album several
times.  nothing at all jumps out at me; the guitar playing certainly
isn't exciting, and the songs seem to have the same harmonic
progressions. very repetitive, not unique. so to answer jennifer hall's
question about bloom's quality, i'd say not all that good.  after
listening to this album, i decided i like billy pilgrim better as a
literary figure than a band.  maybe i've just been spoiled by ig. -pete(r)

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subject:      smyrna anyone?  (nigc)

hello, all,
     i'm just de-lurking to see if anyone on the list's located in
smyrna ga and if ya'll can give me some info about the area.  i've
recently had a job offer from there, and thought i'd check out all my
sources.  so, smyrna anyone?
remember                                                peace
                                    maureen

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subject:      hey now....

i think that the use of "white bread" was horrible.  it goes right along
with spic nigger and chink...real nice right?!  no! i don't think
so.  i we are gonna live together and learn and love, we better learn
to drop the little politically and emotionally loaded terms.  if you
are gonna say native american....you sure as hell shouldn't drop something
like "white bread" right after it.....you lose a heck of a lot of
credibility....you know what i mean?  am no white supremo ass hole...so
don't even go there....but the use of such a term disgusts me...i don't care
how it was meant....do you see anyone using "fag" of "wetback" or anything
like that? no!  not on this listserv baby!
sorry to go off like this ..... but tolerance of such language leads to
more hate.
the one thing i will not tolerate is hate.

sorry if i offended anyone by my opinion here, but i had to speak.

peace,
victoria

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subject:      komh

i absolutely love this song so much......
amy just talks of pain.....the total emotional pain one can feel when they
are begging for someone to save them from themselves.....it, to me, is one of
the purest forms of pain anyone can ever feel....it is as if you know that you
are on a path of self destruction, you know that you are dying emotionally,
and you are begging that one person, that one personal "saviour" that every
one thinks they have (spiritual, emotional, in human form, whatever), to
save you from yourself......that person may even be the one who is causing
the pain to begin with.... ok, i'm being really philosophical, so i will just
tell y'all the shortened version of what this song is to me......
my boyfriend of five years was abusive and an addict, and i was addicted to
him.  it was an all around unhealthy thing, and i continually was searching
for someone to"make it better".  i found a wonderful guy who became my bset
friend, and in a very obscure way, thought he was my rescuer, my "saviour".
when my boyfriend of five years left me because drugs were his entire life, i
was alone, afraid, devastated..... and i turned to my best friend to save me
from the self destruction and emotional death i was feeling....only to be
rejected by him as well..... i think of how much pain i felt when amy sings
"here is my love and anger....you see, these are my gods, these are my scars..
lift me through my love and anger...my arms are burning, but they're open
wide.."  i also think of this when she sings "some things, i hold too tightly,
some things, i'll never, i'll never touch, but i'm wearing down the stones,
in the river, and you see all my life, i painted with anger's brush..."  i
think amy is asking someone to understand that within all anger and self
destruction lies pain and emotional healing, and she need them to help her
heal.
now that i have either bored or depressed everyone in the utmost way, i'll
tell ya, everything is the greatest now in my life.  i am a senior in college,
i have so much joy, and through this experience, along with the insightful
words of the strongest women i know, amy and emily, melissa etheridge, tori
amos, maya angelou, alice walker, and mostly my mom, i am one of the strongest
people i know, and i rely on myself for inner strength and power.

ok, i'm deep... really deep...like seventy feet down the fifty foot well...:-))
signing off...

karrie

                    "water retention is not new to me.."
                             -emily saliers

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subject:      re: speaking of billy pilgrim

peter followill wrote:
>        i know this pertains very little to ig (or not at all), but i'd
>like to say billy pilgrim's bloom is very weak....
>so to answer jennifer hall's
>question about bloom's quality, i'd say not all that good.  after
>listening to this album, i decided i like billy pilgrim better as a
>literary figure than a band.  maybe i've just been spoiled by ig. -pete(r)

i still like both.  :)  and after trading emails with kristian bush (of bp),
i have a lot of trouble saying this, but i don't like _bloom_ either.  i was
quite disappointed.  but i do really love the self-titled release, and still
recommend it very highly.  and the reason i am posting this is that i am
afraid that people will only hear _bloom_ and then write them off.  please
don't, because bp is such a great cd that it would be a shame.  and i must
say that they are really great live.  if you get a chance to check them out
(esp. in a small club), by all means do.

:dwayne

djarrell@ix.netcom.com
"wasn't it you who said love was useless?
hey, was it you who said love was like driving south?
well, we start out thirsty and wind up cottonmouth"
- peter stuart (dog's eye view)

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subject:      re: entire song lyrics

that's an interesting concept (picking entire song lyics as poems
rather than passages.). lyrics and music are so intertwined
it's hard to imagine one without the other. especially after you've heard
it as a song. i think i'd have to go with a couple of their more recent
songs, because to me it seems as if a&e are growing as lyricists
with every album (album... that word seems so antiquated doesn't it ?).

i think that "mystery" is quite stunning as a poem. the whole thing holds
together really well... the lines "you like the taste of danger, it shines
like sugar on your lips....." strike me as being particularly exquisite.

amy's "reunion" is also wonderful for the way the words roll off the
toungue..."it's not pictures of privilege it's just self preservation..."
i love how the "p" sound holds that line together...very nice.

i'm not crazy about how the lyrics are printed in the so liner notes
though, because i feel that the placement of the words on the page
is very important in the way the poem is read. the way they run
the lines together take away from an important aspect of the
interpretation of the written word.
hasta !
claire

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subject:      re: hey now....

hey !
no fighting now !
if i have to pull this car over you are all in big trouble !
love,
mom

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subject:      re: joni mitchell (nigc)

at 09:51 pm 3/19/96 est, you wrote:

>someone asked whether joni mitchell's "turbulent indigo"
>album had recently won a prize...yep, a grammy for best
>pop album.  pretty nifty prize, eh?

actually, joni won two grammies, one also for "best packaging"
which features some of joni's original artwork, including the
cover art.

mike :-)

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subject:      re: world cafe...idwtai live

at 11:34 am 3/18/96 est, you wrote:

>the setlist for:
>
>may 13, 1994
>world cafe -  the wood song, dead man's hill,
>i don't wanna talk about it, this train (revised),
>watershed, least complicated, touch me fall.

actually, if i recall correctly, idwtai and i think at
least one other tune were studio tracks.

mike  :-)

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subject:      thanks!!!  :  )

hi folks!

i'll make this quick.  i just wanted to thank everyone who sent me information
on which tapes to buy for bootlegs.  i *really* appreciated it!!!  i guess i
should say, for any of the other newbies out there who are wondering, the prize
for most recommended tapes goes to maxell xls (or xl-s, if you have a little
more money to spend).  ta dah!!! so there you have it!

again, thanks to everyone!  i tried to get around to personally thanking all of
you, but there were so many helpful souls that i just couldn't get to you all.
thanks so much! y'all are all great!! :)

wishing you peace, moo, fuzzy bear cubs (no, i was!) and lots of bootlegs,

tamara (wondering how expensive postage is going to be to send all of the
gazillion tapes i have... hehe... the postal service is going to love me.... as
well as the tape industry)

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from:         kim fischer <rcn@coc.powell-river.bc.ca>
subject:      re: hey now....

on tuesday, march 19, victoria wrote:
>i think that the use of "white bread" was horrible.  it goes right along
>with spic nigger and chink...real nice right?!  no! i don't think
>so.

hey - i agree entirely with your sentiments... i'm just wondering what
you're quoting?... i must've missed the offensive text.
possibly also, whoever wrote that line isn't quite up on all the politically
correct terminology... or maybe didn't understand the racist implications?
i myself am not always too bright. i was horrified to find out that my cats
name ( tar baby... because she's black and because of the old brer rabbit
story... ) would actually be offensive to some people... and i don't have a
racist bone in my body. being a northern canadian-type person, i just wasn't
that well educated via life experience and exposure, so... anyway,  hadda
call my cat just "baby" after that... but, oh well  :  )  we all live +
learn by our mistakes and i guess patience + the benefit of the doubt can go
a long way.
peace + a quiet and harmonious blend of races. kim. ( who tries hard to keep
up with the new + improved non-offensive language )
kim fischer rcn@caspian.coc.powell-river.bc.ca
*************************************
the animals all stopped what they were
doing and gazed in awe at the magnificent
creature silloueted against the rising sun.
rusty the rooster had emerged, once more,
from his book bag.....
************************************

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date:         wed, 20 mar 1996 10:20:51 -0500
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in-reply-to:  <199603200501.aaa06814@netspace.org> from "automatic digest
              processor" at mar 20, 96 00:01:22 am

just wo

just wondering if anyone knew where cindy is? i saw df last night at the
40 watt and was expecting both sisters, but now it's just the band and sonja.

btw, great show,i was nice and comfy on the couch.

                                mr. pink

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subject:      re: ig web site

hi y'all,
  i was wondering if anyone else was not able to connect to the site at
"http://www.mtp.com/ig/html/ig-page.html"?  i haven't been able to get there for
a while.  any ideas?  thanx and take it easy.

peace,
amy

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subject:      w ? (atershed) day : )

hey, all.... w day :  )
i love the lyrics in this song. when i hear it, i think about the times i've
driven past the small remainders of a car crash, or the burned out ruins of
a house... and was given a brief + fleeting vision of my own mortality.  it
speaks to me even more at this time in my life. just last year a long time
childhood friend of mine ( he's only thirty four ) was diagnosed with a fast
growing brain tumour... surgery is impossible + he is not expected to live
much longer. that was hard to face, then within three months of each other,
my husband's grandparents died... my father suffered a series of
dehabilitating strokes... and my father in law's cancer recurred ( it's a
matter of months for him... ) ... if ever i was faced with an awareness of
how short + precious life is - it's now.   i'm definately looking at how
"recklessly my time has been spent"... i'm learning to "starve the emptiness
and feed the hunger"... i try to fill my days now with things that mean
something to me... and people....  ( "sieze the day" - dead poet's society )
i look forward, not back + i hope that maybe five years from now when ido
chose to look back on my life... i can have that good laugh e was talking
about  :  )   i love to laugh.
well, anyhow...
peace, love + steps that turn into happy twists of fate. kim.
kim fischer rcn@caspian.coc.powell-river.bc.ca
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the animals all stopped what they were
doing and gazed in awe at the magnificent
creature silloueted against the rising sun.
rusty the rooster had emerged, once more,
from his book bag.....
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from:         "christopher m. becker" <cmbecker@space.mit.edu>
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              20, 96 10:20 am

>
> just wondering if anyone knew where cindy is? i saw df last night at the
> 40 watt and was expecting both sisters, but now it's just the band and sonja.

probably at home with her baby (1.5 yo now?-- time flies).  she
stopped touring about the time they released the self-titled album.
occasionally she still sings (i saw cindy at the washington free
clinic concert last february), but usually only in the washington
area-- only sonja and the band tour.

this actually brings up a question-- is cindy participating in "seed
in the sahara"?

                        -- chris (who is bouncing at going to see df
                                  at the iron horse 3/28)

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subject:      happy birthday!!!  (march 20, 1996)
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happy birthday marci & happy first day of spring!!!!   "i want to live in a
heart of love, i want to swim in a mind of peace..."

windshei@freenet.msp.mn.us
"holy city"

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subject:      nigc: billy pilgrim

>if you haven't checked billy pilgrim out yet, you should.  i only have
>their 1st album, so i don't know if their 2nd cd is as good.

     i first saw billy pilgrim when they opened for melissa etheridge on
her yes i am tour.  i followed her through 5 states so i got to see a lot
of bp.  when i got back home i bought the first cd, i really like it.  i
also bought their second cd "bloom" when it came out.  it's good, but the
first one is the best.
they also do this really fun song they call "the redneck song", it's all
about drinking, women, elvis, car racing, etc.  it's not on any of their
albums.  anyways, at the last show, i was front row of course, i screamed
out "do the redneck song".  they looked really surprised, laughed, and
asked me if i'd been following them.  they're really good and fun. i love
the song "insomniac".


                                                   --sunny

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reply-to:     "keates, harry" <hak@crai.com>
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from:         "keates, harry" <hak@crai.com>
organization: charles river associates
subject:      watershed day

kim wrote:
>. i try to fill my days now with things that mean.
>something to me... and people....  ( "sieze the day" - dead poet's
society )
>i look forward, not back + i hope that maybe five years from now when
ido
>chose to look back on my life... i can have that good laugh e was
talking
>about  :  )   i love to laugh.

i couldn't agree any more with what kim said about watershed, my reaction
to the song is almost identical, and comes from very similar
circumstances.

watershed was always my wife's favorite ig song but never mine.  i never
listed to the lyrics closely and never thought too much about them.  then
last march, actually, i think it was exactly a year ago today or
yesterday, i had a strange twinge in my throat, and after seeing several
doctors i found out that i had a  tumor growing in my thyroid and my
biopsy indicated that it may be malignant.  fortunately, my tumor was
operable.  my wife was 6 months pregnant at the time, and the contrasting
emotions that we both felt had a very powerful effect on me.  i had been
very tense about the baby, worrying about money, job security, money, the
responsibility, money ...   well, the tumor taught me a valuable lesson
about priorities and life, and i immediately relaxed and have immensely
enjoyed the baby.

anyway, back to the song, while i was recovering after the surgery, my
wife would put some  cds in the cd player in the morning and i'd listen
to them all day, so i heard the same songs over and over.  this is when i
really became attached to watershed.  it really said exactly what i had
been thinking about for the past week.  to me the "twisted guardrails on
the highway / broken glass on the cement / a ghost of someone's tragedy"
was me after the cancer hit me like car wreck, and i realized "how
recklessly my time has been spent."  the words that i have latched onto
the most are  "you can stand there and agonize / till your agony's your
heaviest load."  this was my life!  and  "well i better learn how to
starve the emptiness / and feed the hunger."  words to live by.

i still get a special feeling every time i hear this song now,  it is
like a reminder to me to relax, enjoy, and don't agonize.   and as kim
said, to appreciate the people around me.

well, thanks for listening, sorry so long.

peace, love, and mooo,

  harry a. keates
  email: hak@crai.com

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subject:      nigc: mary fortune express cd release

hidden water records is pleased to announce the release  of the  mary
fortune express debut cd,  the immortality box, march 21, 1996.  =20

honest...pure...emotional...intense =ad the music of mary fortune express=
and
their lead vocalist, chris mcguire. leaning heavily on material written by
mcguire, and drawing from the strengths of each individual, their collective
writing style produced a musically and lyrically diverse debut cd =ad the
immortality box.

constantly touring throughout the southeast and the mid-atlantic states,
mary fortune express has matured into a group brimming with poise and
balance in both their recorded and live performances.  following the release
of the immortality box,  they will continue to tour throughout the south and
northeast, with midwest and west coast tours to follow.

what people are saying about mary fortune express...

"...something so pure and deep about the music of mary fortune express that
you're forced to acknowledge its significance." =09
        =ad delia ray, creative loafing (atlanta)

"...chris mcguire packs an emotional wallop into every phrase." =20
        =ad jeff clark, creative loafing (atlanta)

"...riveting emotional wail strips away all pretense."=20
        =ad doug hamilton, atlanta journal & constitution

"...packing sincere emotion that will catch you up in the intensity."=20
        =ad gajoob zine (salt lake city)

the cd is available via secure online transactions on the mfe www site at
http://www.hidwater.com/mfe/ for a special price of $10 + $3 shipping. =20

michelle malone will open the release party, starting at 9pm on thurs. 3/21
at smith's olde bar in atlanta.

for any questions regarding this release, or mary fortune express in
general, please direct them to hwinfo@hidwater.com =20

thanks!
julie meloni
dmn@hidwater.com
hidden water...http://www.hidwater.com/

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from:         trant batey <twb@zycor.lgc.com>
subject:      re: hey now....

> i think that the use of "white bread" was horrible.  it goes right along
> with spic nigger and chink...real nice right?!  no! i don't think
> so.  i we are gonna live together and learn and love, we better learn
> to drop the little politically and emotionally loaded terms.  if you
sorry if this post twice. i tried to send it earlier, but it never echoed
back to my mailbox.

actually, "white bread" is not a derogatory term.  it just means, normal, or
average.  it is typically used by casting directors to describe people they
want to cast in something like a mcdonald's commercial.  even the black people
in many commercials are considered to be "white bread", because there are
representative of the middle class market that the product is trying to reach.

i also have to agree that i dislike the social pressures that tend to force
people into being "white bread", but there's certainly nothing wrong with
being "white bread" if that's how you really are.  in many ways i am very
"white bread".  in others, i can be very eccentric.

i don't like having to say just out-and-out that someone is wrong, but words
have very definite meanings, and "white bread" is not in anyway a racial
slur.

no offense intended,

trant

> are gonna say native american....you sure as hell shouldn't drop something
> like "white bread" right after it.....you lose a heck of a lot of
> credibility....you know what i mean?  am no white supremo ass hole...so
> don't even go there....but the use of such a term disgusts me...i don't care
> how it was meant....do you see anyone using "fag" of "wetback" or anything
> like that? no!  not on this listserv baby!
> sorry to go off like this ..... but tolerance of such language leads to
> more hate.
> the one thing i will not tolerate is hate.
>
> sorry if i offended anyone by my opinion here, but i had to speak.
>
> peace,
> victoria

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subject:      viva la diva (nigc unless amy shows up...)

i just wanted to let any atlantans know that vld is playing in front of
the dobbs university center ("the duc") at emory this friday at 4 pm.  at
least, that's what candi told my friend... so hopefully that info is correct.
  -julie


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subject:      re: hey now....

hey all... trant wrote:
>actually, "white bread" is not a derogatory term.  it just means, normal, or
>average.  it is typically used by casting directors to describe people they
>want to cast in something like a mcdonald's commercial.  even the black people
>in many commercials are considered to be "white bread", because there are
>representative of the middle class market that the product is trying to reach.

cool!!!! - now, see... this is what i meant about giving people the benefit
of the doubt  :  )
peaceful moos + love, y'all
kim fischer rcn@caspian.coc.powell-river.bc.ca
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the animals all stopped what they were
doing and gazed in awe at the magnificent
creature silloueted against the rising sun.
rusty the rooster had emerged, once more,
from his book bag.....
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subject:      re: ig web site

i don't know either.  i haven't been able to get to it for a couple of
months now.  anybody else know?

- jen hall
-------------
original text
from amy snyder <ajsnyder@mtu.edu>, on 3/20/96 10:21 am:
to: <indigo-girls@netspace.org>

hi y'all,
  i was wondering if anyone else was not able to connect to the site at
"http://www.mtp.com/ig/html/ig-page.html"?  i haven't been able to get
there for
a while.  any ideas?  thanx and take it easy.

peace,
amy

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from:         "keates, harry" <hak@crai.com>
organization: charles river associates
subject:      123, komh, and w

just another thought on watershed day.  the progression of songs leading
up to and including watershed has always struck me as significant.  of
course, these songs are open to many interpretations, but i have always
seen these three songs -  123, komh, and watershed - as a sequence,
starting with anger (123), then dealing with the anger and pain and
trying to "lift ... through" it (komh), and then moving on, putting the
pain behind, and having a new attitude about life as a result (w).  not
to suggest that nis is a concept album, but i always think of these three
songs togeather in this order as having extra meaning.

just a thought.
peace, love, and moo,
  harry a. keates
  email: hak@crai.com

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subject:      watershed

if i had to choose only one song that i could allways keep
with me, it would be watershed. this song is a beacon for me.

a couple of years ago i was trapped in a hatefull, life sucking job
with a very sick boss. i must have listened to this song 1,000
times as i was wrestling with my decision to leave.

that song literally gave me the impetus to quit that job and face the
unknown (which is a scary thing for me.). but, as the song says
"you can stand there and agonize
'till your agony's your heaviest load".
es has a real gift for cutting right to the heart of fundamental human
truths.

i'm still struggling to follow my bliss, and whenever i get stuck
watershed gives me the push that i need.

"feeling funny and free", (but that's another song......)
claire

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comments:     authenticated sender is <d.perkin@access.texas.gov>
from:         dan perkins <d.perkin@access.texas.gov>
organization: ecsd
subject:      re: hey now....

hmmm...

i didn't realize that "white bread" was a racist or offensive term.
somehow i always thought it refered to bread, as in make a sandwhich.
specifically i thought it refered to white bread as in the bread
where the flour is bleached, the taste is bland and ordinary, and it
seems to stick to the roof of my mouth in a rather unpleasant way.

i have used this term myself, to mean something bland and ordinary
(like making a pbj sandwhich on white bread).

i guess i will have to refresh my politically correct manual of
acceptable terms.

peace

dan perkins
post episodic clairvoyant
tour guide to the obvious
'
"it's not your job to be as confused as nigel"
                                  -david st. hubins
'
                    "these go  up to eleven"
                                   -nigel tufnel

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from:         shannon shevock <slsst2@stulab.sfcpa.edu>
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subject:      re: watershed

hi y'all,

     not much to say except that the other night when i was feeling a
little down and frustrated, i was walking along , smoking and
listening to nis...watershed came on, and as soon as i heard "the
master" play the wonderful guitar part that is one of the best things
about this song, my spirits lifted..i listened carefully to the words
(not that i haven't before..) and i made myself _hear_ them.  this
song can do so much for ya when things aren't going exactly the way
you'd like.  just wanted to share.  thanks y'all:)

                       peace and bless y'all,
                       shannon shevock (yamaha)
                       have a watershed day:)

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             nor does one day; and so too one day, or
             a short time, does not make a [person]
             blessed and happy..."
                                 -aristotle
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from:         amy staples <astaples@email.unc.edu>
subject:      re: nigc-df
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in-reply-to:  <199603201520.kaa28685@acmey.gatech.edu>

i say df last weekend in chapel hill and noticed the same thing.
although i thought sonja was great(as was her band), i was disappointed
not to see both sisters.

oh well.

on wed, 20 mar 1996, mr. pink wrote:

> just wo
>
> just wondering if anyone knew where cindy is? i saw df last night at the
> 40 watt and was expecting both sisters, but now it's just the band and sonja.
>
> btw, great show,i was nice and comfy on the couch.
>
>                                 mr. pink
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subject:      (nigc)  tracy chapman

sorry for the nigc..but in discussing great female guitarists, i can't
remember if tracy chapman was included.

she has a new album out called "new beginning".  her release is called
"give me one reason".  it's a great album.  for those of you who don't know
her, she's another folk singer.  she has one song called "cold feet".  this
song is a classic folk song.  the term 'cold feet' can take on may
meanings.

i really recommends her album - excuse me...cd.  it's a great folk al..
ummm.. cd.  (man, that's a hard habit to break.)

- jen hall

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date:         wed, 20 mar 1996 15:04:26 -0500
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subject:      nicg: attn jude hunter
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              processor" at mar 20, 96 11:47:04 am

sorry to do this, nut jude, i lost your address.  would you write back
to me please?  thanks!

sue

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subject:      nigc...going away, tapes, etc...(well, baby igc)

hey yall,

i am finally going to go home to california (san fran) tomorrow for a ten day
respite, so i'm switching to digest for the duration, and hoping that i will
be able to get mail from there.

for all those who are geminis wanting purple parrot, send those requests on
in and i will send the tapes out just as soon as i return.

third, when i return eworld will have closed, and i have a new account on
aol, so my messages will come from lbrown9787@aol, but know that its still
the same old issy at the keys...

peace, love, moo, and sunshine!

love

larissa

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subject:      jcs

yeah i understand, my roomie is beyond sick off it. but luckly shes
learned that when it comes to ig she just has to deal b/c no amount of
complaing will shut it off ;)

as far as the amy as jesus thinggoes... amen brother. she rocked. i was
disappointed when i saw the 'real' jcs with tim neally?. his voice just
didn't cut it. he sounded 80 years old and outta breath. give me amy
anytime ;)

peace love and lots o' hugs
kristal

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at 10:20 am 3/20/96 -0500, you wrote:
>just wondering if anyone knew where cindy is? i saw df last night at the
>40 watt and was expecting both sisters, but now it's just the band and sonja.

she's at home with her (relatively) new baby dillan.  they stopped touring
together last year.  i got the pleasure of being at one of the last couple
of shows that they did toegther.  even got to meet them afterwards.  :-)


jack


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106 west eggleston hall      mozart gave us god's laughter,
virginia tech                beethoven gave us god's fire,
blacksburg, va 24060-0020    god gave us music that we might
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date:         wed, 20 mar 1996 15:58:20 -0500
reply-to:     "a. nadyne hagon" <ahagon@st6000.sct.edu>
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from:         "a. nadyne hagon" <ahagon@st6000.sct.edu>
organization: southern college of technology
subject:      watershed day.

hmmm.  well, today was my last final exam of the quarter, and
watershed just happened to be the last song i heard before i left
my apartment to drive to school.  {side note to jude hunter: that's
the end of side one of the alexandria, va, boot i was copying for
you this morning.  i haven't listened to it in awhile, and it's
*great*.  sometimes, it's easy to forget some of the really good
stuff . . . }  that line "you can stand there and agonise until
your agony's your heaviest load" stuck with me all throughout the
exam.  and, when i got to the only question on the exam i wasn't
sure about, and agonised over it for at least 15 minutes, that line
came to me, and i decided to just stick with the answer i had come
up with previously.  i turned in my exam, humming that line.  the
prof looks up at me, and asked if i was humming something by the
indigo girls.  i nearly bounced at the thought that my 50+ yo male
computer science prof would know ig from my horrible humming.  i
managed to answer yes, and he said that watershed was one of his
favourite ig songs!

heh, and i thought i liked that prof *before* today.  the man is a
god.  i would worship the ground he walks on, but i doubt he needs
another brownnoser. ;)

{okay, so it's nothing intensely personal, but it's been a good day
and i'm just way too happy to be moved out of a dorm and into an
apartment. :)   }

peace, love, and lots-n-lots-of-cool-profs-who-know-ig, ;)
nadyne.

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date:         wed, 20 mar 1996 18:34:49 -0800
reply-to:     "dwayne d. jarrell" <djarrell@ix.netcom.com>
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from:         "dwayne d. jarrell" <djarrell@ix.netcom.com>
subject:      re: nigc: mary fortune express cd release

>hidden water records is pleased to announce the release  of the  mary
>fortune express debut cd,  the immortality box, march 21, 1996.  =20
>
>honest...pure...emotional...intense =ad the music of mary fortune express=
and
>their lead vocalist, chris mcguire. leaning heavily on material written by
>mcguire, and drawing from the strengths of each individual, their=
collective
>writing style produced a musically and lyrically diverse debut cd =ad the
>immortality box.

i just need to say that people should really check out mfe!  i absolutely
love the tape i have of them (the ep 'dairy'), and i hopped over to the
hidden water website and ordered this cd as soon as i saw this message.
chris writes some of the most intense songs, and the band really rocks.
(chris is the one mentioned recently for singing 'the basement lies within
us...' on 1-2-3, which she and ejs co-wrote with amy.  i gotta say that
'mother' is one of the most incredible songs i have ever heard
(unfortunately, it is not on the new cd, but it is on the cassette ep).  the
song packs an unexpected (to me) emotional punch that sticks with you a long
time.

so please check this band out.  i would like to support their efforts (and
no, i don't have any connection to them or hidden water.  i haven't even
traded e-mails with any band members. :)

:dwayne

djarrell@ix.netcom.com
"wasn't it you who said love was useless?
hey, was it you who said love was like driving south?
well, we start out thirsty and wind up cottonmouth"
- peter stuart (dog's eye view)

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date:         tue, 19 mar 1996 22:26:41 est
reply-to:     m gordon <hdtx97a@prodigy.com>
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from:         m gordon <hdtx97a@prodigy.com>
subject:      watershed-10 yrs underground video

dear jimmy & everyone....

>"indigo girls: watershed" is described as 10 years of underground
video.  i
>was curious what "underground" means and how it compares to live at
the
>uptown.

this is not a concert, but their own video shot throughout the years.
great video -- buy it!.

as far as better or worse than latu, both are good.  watershed is a
bit more enlightening, but then you have more years of video etc to
look on.

melissa

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from:         m gordon <hdtx97a@prodigy.com>
subject:      watershed

dear all:

while it's hard to focus on ig favorites (i like different songs at
different times), watershed will always play close to my heart.  my
brother was almost engaged and had gone into san francisco to
celebrate the closing of a house he had bought with his girlfriend.


an out of control bicyclist coming down one of those steep sf hills
into giardelli square drove right into peggy and threw her.  she must
have landed on her head because she went into a coma and two weeks
later, after disconnecting life support, she passed away.  she was in
her early 30's and was the love of my brother's life.

"twisted guard rails on the highway, broken glass on the cement..."
i try to imagine the scene and peggy & michael.  one moment they are
crossing the street and the next thing she's gone.  my brother's life
was forever changed and "watershed" reminds me of peggy & michael
whenever i hear it.

melissa

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date:         wed, 20 mar 1996 23:00:41 -0500
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from:         dresden5@aol.com
subject:      re: nigc-df

in reference to df. sonia has been traveling sans cindy for at least a year
or more now. cindy stoped doing the road thing because she got married and
had a child. infact at last years dc pride day, the show was billed to be
df-without cindy. i suppose because cindy lives so close she chose to surrise
everyone by showing up. she was also at the now rally last year in april
(which happened also to be in dc). i have no idea if cindy will be on the
soon to be released "seeds in the sahara", but i am sure that if you email
the df list (can't remember of the top of my head) they can tell you. hope
this was some help. and to anyone that doesn't know df, be sure to check them
out when they start a big tour in june. or you west coasters, check for solo
sonia dates in april and may. adieu

kate
amy said:
>i say df last weekend in chapel hill and noticed the same thing.
although i thought sonja was great(as was her band), i was disappointed
not to see both sisters.

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date:         tue, 19 mar 1996 22:43:41 est
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subject:      unofficial/official ig web site

dear amy & jennifer et all...

try http://www.tezcat.com/~mtp/ig/html/ig-page.html

melissa

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