lifeblood: listlogs: 1996-04e


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date:         sun, 28 apr 1996 02:46:38 -0400
reply-to:     carin <adarcia@davidson.edu>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         carin <adarcia@davidson.edu>
subject:      i found a buyer.

wow!  what a quick response!  those tickets were snatched right up.  for those
still looking for tickets, good luck and have fun at the show!  -a
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                                adriana arcia
  "oh the fear i've known that i                        adarcia@davidson.edu
might reap the praise of strangers           theatre major, davidson college
    and end up on my own"                       pob 2030, davidson, nc 28036
        -emily saliers
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date:         sun, 28 apr 1996 15:09:59 -0500
reply-to:     sharney@smith.smith.edu
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         sharney@smith.smith.edu
subject:      nigc-test

i'm sorry y'all...my school's system crashed, and i've gotta test this and
see if it's working...sorrysorrysorry

bythewaymyemimissyoulots

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date:         sun, 28 apr 1996 15:41:39 -0500
reply-to:     jrshade@cc.owu.edu
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from:         jrshade@cc.owu.edu
subject:      some things for sale(tapes,cd's,records.)

alright this is my list of stuff for sale....the prices are as follows...
tapes:  all tapes are 5 dollars a piece...which includes postage and package
..if you buy a large amount of tapes you will get a discount...or if someone
wants to buy all 30..then we will discuss the price...all tapes are decent
some are great...if someone decides to get the all the tapes then they will
get them...i am looking to sell them in groups not all individually...
here is the list of tapes:
rochestor auditorium center  10-14-94
independent ep+earth days+whfs interview and songs(all on one tape)
west palm beach   5-8-91
beacon theater ny,  6-4-92
university of new hampshire 4-22-94
wumb---boston mass.  4-28-88(interview)and songs
songwriters showcase--dented cans( on one tape)
birchmere, va---11-25-90
buffalo ny---10-15-94
fraze pavilion kettering oh---7-10-94
williams college---4-26-91
george mason university----no date
newport folk festival  8-7-94
idiot's delight  5-31-92
modern rock live and grateful dead hour  8-22-93
blue food
mtn. stage and autzen stadium or.  4-11-93
the mosque  4-17-91
cats' cradle  chapel hill----not date
mcnicholls arena --10-22-90
decatur square---5-9-87
urban nirvana---10-28-93
96 peach jam and usher hall england..one tape
the spectrum philly pa...12-3-94
athens music festival
purple parrot
the roxy---7-8-89
wolftrap---6-5-94
earth jam 4-30-94
early recordings and independent 7"

the records are
swamp ophelia ep hand autographed.....bids
land of cannon + 5 live....bids

singles and other cd's are
galileo----import....bids
least complicated--with some just acoustic songs...bids
touch me fall single
hammerand a nail single
indigo girls 4.5....bids...
put your green shoes on.....bids..
the bidding will close on wends.  please sends request to
jrshade@cc.owu.edu..thanks and everybody have a great day...josh

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date:         sun, 28 apr 1996 16:23:07 -0400
reply-to:     capistran amy l <alcapi@mail.wm.edu>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         capistran amy l <alcapi@mail.wm.edu>
subject:      nigc-ani article
x-to:         sharney@smith.smith.edu
in-reply-to:  <01i42v8scqn6b3wlsa@smith>

        for any ani fans out there the advocate did an article on her
this week.  it was a 2-3 page interview/story and was pretty good.  if
any one wants the details, mail me.
                                                        amy

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date:         sun, 28 apr 1996 13:55:44 -0700
reply-to:     gwen keyt <gkeyt@paul.spu.edu>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         gwen keyt <gkeyt@paul.spu.edu>
subject:      bounced msgs...an annoying phenomenon

okay, here's a new one for me.  i don't know if i am justified in being
this annoyed so i'll put it up to vote.  (please don't flame me!)

today when i signed on i had 124 msgs.  that is expected, since i am on
two mailing lists that generate a lot of mail.  but when i started going
through them there were about 15 msgs from compuserve and another
internet provider saying that a msg had not been delivered to an account
because the mailbox was full.  these were all posts to this list, general
posts that got to the mailing list but not to the individual subscriber
because they didn't empty their inbox.  so, here's my question: is it
correct netiquitte to expect that subscribers to any given mailing list
will keep their box empty enough to accept the day's posts?

i've been online for about 1.5 years now and this is the first time i
have run into this one.  please let me know, politely, if i am out of
line!!  thanks--gwen

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date:         sun, 28 apr 1996 17:15:45 -0400
reply-to:     indigopony@aol.com
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         indigopony@aol.com
subject:      t-shirt trouble

hey, y'all.
i have been reading and enjoying the numerous posts on t-shirts lately, but i
didn't want the person making the shirts to get in trouble because of
copyright laws.  i don't know much about these laws, but i do know that there
is a little r symbol thingy (ca. 1991) after indigo girls.  it might also be
illegal to print their lyrics on a shirt.  i know a+e=ig would be ok because,
heck, people could say it was an  algebra problem or something---but i'd hate
to see someone get in trouble.  remember, this list goes out to 1000's (?) of
people every day...just something to think about. =o)  my 1.5 cents.
...running from school,
carrie (indigopony)  (an emily person)
p.s.  going back to the math concept, i think a^2 + e^2 = ig^2 on one side
and "the
power of two" on the other side would be cool...but that would also involve
reproducing
the lyrics.  i also really liked a+e=ig  "the alphabet of feeling" (sorry, i
forgot whose
idea it was) and a+e=ig "the least complicated".

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date:         sun, 28 apr 1996 18:57:11 -0400
reply-to:     chousel@grove.ufl.edu
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         chousel@grove.ufl.edu
subject:      re: n.o. banner??
x-to:         cylinda parga <ccp5913@acs.tamu.edu>
in-reply-to:  <199604272009.paa22487@mail.tamu.edu>

hi cylinda! i am in the process of making a banner now, and i plan to
have it at both the may 2 and may 4 shows.

it will say:  "a + e = ig", "folkisgruven!", and "moo!" on it, and will
also have "new orleans jazzfest, may 2, 1996"  and "uno lakefront arena,
may 4, 1996" written on it.

we should all sign it, too--that will make it special!

i'm doing the best i can on it with limited time; it won't be a work of
art, but it'll be easy to read. over the past few weeks i posted several
requests for suggestions on the banner "content" (i.e. what it should say)
and got one good suggestion (the "a + e" equation). the rest of the "sayings"
are based on previous discussions about what id t-shirts should say....i just
decided to go with those because y'all definitely will know it's list-related
when you see "moo!" and "folkisgruven!"

so look for the banner there!! (at both shows)

see you there,

christine  :)

on sat, 27 apr 1996, cylinda parga wrote:

> hey again y'all,
>
> can someone out there confirm for me that there is a banner being made, and
> if it will be at the may 2 as well as the may 4 show??  and do we know what
> it's gonna say yet??

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date:         sun, 28 apr 1996 19:35:09 -0400
reply-to:     sanawike1@aol.com
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from:         sanawike1@aol.com
subject:      sarah's official vote for the quote

in a message dated 96-04-25 15:36:33 edt, you write:

>hi y'all,
>  how about putting one (or part of one) of amy's soc's on one side of the
>shirt
>and a cool graphic like the one that shelley did? (i tend to agree with
>people
>that i would prefer to lose the cyberspace stuff though.)
>
>

okay, i have stayed away from the vote for long enough!  i really don't care
what goes on the shirt, because if it has anything to do with the girls i
want it.  but, i do have to say that the soc idea is a good one... reminds me
of queueing up at the chick-fil-a and reading the backs of people's shirts
for entertainment while waiting for that dr. pepper... anyhow, just think how
powerful a message that actually would be... far superior to things like
"pain is temporary; pride is forever", etc.  sarah's official vote.  an soc.
and our dear friend karen can pick which one, since she has become the
keeper of the soc's... i also loved the "a + e = ig ... the alphabet of
feeling".  you people are just so darned creative! =)  the igc is cute as a
little thing maybe on the front and to the side (i know you all know what i
mean, i'm just not so great at describing it) with something big on the back.
(like the soc or whatnot.)  and that "who is the queen and why..." thing is
cute, be it ig or not.  anyhow, there you have it.  my vote.  not short or to
the point, but neither of those things generally describes me anyhow.  thanks
for your time, and, again, i'm begging for michelle malone _anything_... need
boots, photos, anything at all!  and the address to the atlanta artists list.
peace, love, and voting, sarah
p.s. emily's hair is strawberry blonde. =)

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date:         sun, 28 apr 1996 21:03:02 edt
reply-to:     "jennifer l. holt" <jh9882a@american.edu>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         "jennifer l. holt" <jh9882a@american.edu>
organization: the american university
subject:      quotes issue
in-reply-to:  message of sat, 27 apr 1996 22:15:25 -0400 from
              <listserv@netspace.org>

   how about  "i aim to please the girlies!"

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date:         sun, 28 apr 1996 18:26:48 -0700
reply-to:     linda joanne napikoski <napikosk@chaph.usc.edu>
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from:         linda joanne napikoski <napikosk@chaph.usc.edu>
subject:      the shirt/people going to new orleans
in-reply-to:  <960428193508_282796169@emout10.mail.aol.com>

hey all--i've been away for a bit, and have returned to see that we are
apparently discussing what to put on the shirt. what fun. i just have to
say that putting "igc" on the shirt is a rockin' beautiful idea.

a favor: could all you lucky, lucky, lucky people who are going to new
orleans (for either show or both) please do me the huge favor of mailing
me privately :) because i have a question to ask you.

curiouser and curiouser,
linda

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date:         sun, 28 apr 1996 22:26:55 -0500
reply-to:     the searcher <kidfears@tfsksu.net>
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from:         the searcher <kidfears@tfsksu.net>
subject:      tshirt votes

i don' know if anyone has bothered to do this yet, or who's running
this show.. but just for curiosity sake (and maybe to later use for the shirts)
the accounting firm of kidfears and trink ltd will be taking your votes
for the t-shirt slogan poll.    now until may 1 midnight cdt, send your vote
to the address above.    results will be tabulated and posted may 2, 6pmish cdt
please do not post your vote to the list.
kidfears@tfsksu.net

some slogans (that i can remember, feel free to add/correct)

igc - cuz we're all full of it
igc
a + e = ig..the alphabet of feeling
a + e = ig
power of two
amy soc
shine my life...
my life is part of the global life
moo


happy voting-  thanks ya'll
trink/kidfears

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date:         mon, 29 apr 1996 00:26:28 -0400
reply-to:     rbsayre@aol.com
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from:         richard sayre iii <rbsayre@aol.com>
subject:      re: n.o. banner??
x-to:         chousel@grove.ufl.edu

:)
*applauses christine for her work!!!!*

i can't wait!!!!!!!!!!!! :) :) :) :) :)

um. four days. aaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!

:)
rick
(will be bringing extra fabric markers for ya, christine!! *blue* too! :)

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date:         mon, 29 apr 1996 01:03:34 -0400
reply-to:     mmedido@aol.com
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from:         mmedido@aol.com
subject:      re: t-shirt trouble

in a message dated 96-04-28 17:18:39 edt, indigopony writes:

>i don't know much about these laws, but i do know that there
>is a little r symbol thingy (ca. 1991) after indigo girls.  it might also be
>illegal to print their lyrics on a shirt.

i've allways thought that "registered trademark" thing at the end of the
band logo was extreeeemly cheesy. i mean here is graphic that's been
done in a 'hand drawn' way to get accross a kind of folksy dyi feeling
and it has this big ol' trademark stamp on it which effectively cancels
the whole effect. *sheesh* (they could have placed it elsewhere...one
would think..)

but wouldn't they only go after us if we were selling them ?
*leave it to corporate lawyers to take all of the fun out of everything*
(not to mention take the art out of art )

you know....they went after the "velvet elvis" people (a travesty in my book)
did campbells go after warhol ?
(grumble)
let em go for us, thats what i say.

claire ( i'm a rebel, and i'll never... ever..... be any good :)

"yeah i can be the million that you never made"
(ani di franco)

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date:         mon, 29 apr 1996 08:08:30 gmt
reply-to:     ahidalgo@fc.emc.com.ph
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         anna hidalgo <ahidalgo@fc.emc.com.ph>
organization: the e-mail company
subject:      re: collectable ig cd's
x-to:         psu04707@odin.cc.pdx.edu

hi there!

i'd be interested in getting a copy of "history of us" (the bootleg), if it's
available. and of course whatever other rare stuff is available. i live in
the philippines, so please let me know if they ship internationally ...
thanks very much!

regards,
anna

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date:         mon, 29 apr 1996 08:54:58 gmt
reply-to:     ahidalgo@fc.emc.com.ph
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from:         anna hidalgo <ahidalgo@fc.emc.com.ph>
organization: the e-mail company
subject:      fwd: re: collectable ig cd's

i am mortified -- please ignore the previous message! i forgot to delete the
listserv address from the to: portion of my message. i am sorry to waste
everyone's bandwidth...

anna

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date:         mon, 29 apr 1996 12:49:46 +0100
reply-to:     mr neil hunt <ph21nh@surrey.ac.uk>
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from:         mr neil hunt <ph21nh@surrey.ac.uk>
subject:      ctf and hootie..(actual igc alert!!!)

ho ho yes...this message contains indigo girls content...
do not adjust your computer...

anyway...there was i, reading the new issue of record collector (ig's
rising in the most collectable artists poll to 385ish or something...
above ebtg and del amitri amoung others...)

and i was listening to the new hootie and the blowjobs cdsingle, as
one does (as one is also prone to make these freudian slips...) and
in the middle of track three (that's i only want to be with you-live)
they stop and start playing closer to fine...

and i'm sitting there, brain dead, thinking...
i _know_ that song...
so then i sussed, eventually...
and it's not on the sleeve, not credited, so someone's missing out on
royalties here...and although it's just the first two verses, and then
darius (lead singer blokey) explains they sing it cause it's capo 2
just like iowtbwy and then they start up with that again...

so there you go. all you wanted to know and more...
which brings the total famous ig cover versions to...five, right??

(ok, so i like hootie i confess...i also have the abba box set, the
velvet underground box set, and lust after the carpenters box set. my
doctor has been informed...)

and another thing...
you are never all going to agree on the bloody t shirt idea.
thankyou. i think i needed to say that.

so:
1. vote on a front design (a+e=ig or whatever)
2. do something someone and get it printed and sent out.
3. take your shirt to your nearest t-shirt printer outlet place.
4. get them to put on the back whatever you want put there.
5. wear with pride you list shirt, which has the quote _you_ wanted on.
6. there is no 6. everyone is happy. list shirt on front. own quote on back.

i don't want a t shirt. i just want to help those who do actually get it done.

all i want is food and creative love...

but i'll settle for the food.

peace, love, and chocolate fudge cake...

@}--,--'--


ps. the ultimate quote for the shirt appearing in a sig near you...(that's
if it works that is...)


'if god had meant women to drive, he'd have given them brains...'

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date:         mon, 29 apr 1996 11:45:14 est
reply-to:     me <mena4631@mars.rowan.edu>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         me <mena4631@mars.rowan.edu>
organization: rowan college of nj
subject:      tracy chapman.

her new album is great.  i think it's called "new beginnings"
the song is "give me one reason"
hope that helps someone out.

erika
as of may 8, my new e-mail address will be
vmenanteau@aol.com

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date:         mon, 29 apr 1996 12:14:52 -0400
reply-to:     rbsayre@aol.com
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from:         richard sayre iii <rbsayre@aol.com>
subject:      re: ctf and hootie..(actual igc alert!!!)

in a message dated 96-04-29 09:32:57 edt, ph21nh@surrey.ac.uk (mr neil hunt)
writes:

>(ok, so i like hootie i confess...i also have the abba box set, the
>velvet underground box set, and lust after the carpenters box set. my
>doctor has been informed...)
>
>

neil, can i have your doctor's number? i need an appointment...i have the
abba box set & the carpenters too!!!! even worse....the double disc best of
the bee-gees!!!!!!!!!!!

calling the music clinic,
rick

(who's so excited about no he can't even count the days anymore!!!!!!!!!)


*my so-called life for beginners:
  http://home.aol.com/chasnagla
(viewable from the web w/o graphics. best seen on america online.)

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date:         mon, 29 apr 1996 10:06:02 edt
reply-to:     "j. hunter" <jhunter@fdic.gov>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         "j. hunter" <jhunter@fdic.gov>
subject:      free ig bootleg offering

hello ig fans!  the following ig bootleg is now being offered to all
listmembers and members of the ig newsgroup:

chapel hill, north carolina 11-13-87

the setlist is:

side a:

cold as ice
make it easier
lifeblood
pushing the needle too far
crazy game
thin line
nashville
left me a fool
no way to treat a friend
blood and fire

side b:

hey jesus
land of canaan
never stop
white house blues
you left it up to me
strange fire
all along the watchtower

to get the free bootleg, go to the post office and get a small padded
envelope and put a blank 90 minute tape in it.  address the envelope to
yourself and put the padded envelope into another larger envelope (doesn't
need to be padded) and address that envelope to the dubber of your choice as
listed below....ask the postmaster to weight the envelope and whatever the
amount of postage he/she indicates, buy that same amount in stamps and put
them on the smaller padded envelope...seal up the larger envelope after
returning the smaller one to it, drop it in the slot and voila...you have a
new ig boot :)

this bootleg deserves some mention since it is a very clear, wonderful
rendition of the girl's early work.  in the next few months, we will be
offering more free ig bootlegs.  if anyone wants to become a dubber for this
tape tree, contact one of the dubbers listed below.  each dubber has
volunteered to make copies of these ig bootlegs in return for a sase and
blank tape from the listmember/newsgroup member.  the time and care they take
in making this project a success is an expression of their love and
dedication to the music of the indigo girls. several of the dubbers who help
out for these free bootlegs are not able to participate in this offering so
please exercise patience in your expectations for final delivery :), i.e.,
chill....

a word to our fan members outside the us: the post offices abroad now offer
coupons which you can purchase to cover the cost of returning the padded
envelope and tape.  include the coupon in the correct amount for return
postage inside the smaller envelope.

please include a note explaining what bootleg is to be copied.  an e-mail
address would be a definite bonus.  some of these dubbers actually have a
life :)


the dubbers are:

europe/uk and australia - seffy@epic.co.uk
outside continental usa (this means canada, asia/pacific, whatever) - (note
the use of the number 1 next to the @ sign) - hunterj1@aol.com

aquarius\pisces    - astaples@email.unc.edu
taurus\aries       - wuzupspecialk@mail.utexas.edu
capricorn\gemini   - sharney@smith.smith.edu
leo\virgo          - kram21@aol.com
cancer\libra       - zkaa76a@prodigy.com
scorpio\sagitarius - springnr@ucbeh.san.uc.edu


jude :)

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date:         mon, 29 apr 1996 11:25:26 -0600
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subject:      nigc, but me  :)

greetings, salutations, and happy cooky baking, fudge making, cake cooking...
oh! sorry....i am still high from my chocolate birthday cake  *sloppy grin*

anyhow...
here goes,
i would like...no, i need, for my existence, not 3 million dollars in
donatoins, but -- a melissa ethridge bootleg.
does anybody out there have one?  a decently clear me bootleg?
ok.....any me boot?
this is my dream and...uh...fantasy? hehhe

ok...i've taken up enough space...please reply to my address and not
the whole entire list...thanks....i love you all

i am gald to see the list has gotten a little lighter on the flames...golly!

peace y'all, & hey!
moooooooo!

victoria reed
reedv@ziavms.enmu.edu

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subject:      birthdays

hey y'all!!  i'm leaving for new orleans early tomorrow morning so i've
arranged for one of my best friends, chris, to post the birthday messages
from may 1st until may 7th.  she is a big ig fan too but is unable to travel
to see them :(  i've sent her 4 bday folks and quotes (may 1,2, 4) so she'll
post the greetings on those days.  if you have a birthday on those days, or
between may 1-may 7, and you don't think i have it, please let me know by
midnight 4/29/96, and i'll add them.   for any other birthdays, please
privately email them to me after may 7th.  thanks!!!!

boiling over with excitement,
rachel :))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))

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subject:      the wood song; 1st times...

hi all,

i'm new to this list, and hadn't planned to write in anytime soon, but i
had such a happy ig experience this weekend that i had to share it with
you.  one of my best friends here at college is a dance major and unveiled
her senior project of choreography last night.  it was very emotional,
dealing with some of her past experiences w/fear, etc...  anyway, the last
song of the 20-minute project was "the wood song" off of so, and i can't
remember the last time i was as emotionally affected as i was during that
song!  it was such a triumphant moment, not only as a climax for a dramatic
piece, but also for my friend who'd put her heart and soul into this
project.  the song was a perfect choice, and the combination of the visual
movement with the lyrics moved this very cynical economics major to tears
(just briefly, and don't tell anyone;)).  it occurred to me later that
there probably couldn't be better music to capture the emotion of the
experience, and i really felt for a moment that the ig had scored quite a
triumph...

anyway, while i'm writing, i'll share one of my favorite ig related
activities: asking friends and fellow ig fans to explain how they heard
of/heard the ig for the first time.  for me, it was during my sister's
sophomore year at wells college in 1989 when she brought home ig-ig and
played the song "kid fears."  chills still run up my spine when i hear that
song, almost 7 years later.

how about everybody else?

andy

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subject:      joy of cooking

anyone out there famikliar with this band they are what i thought of
when first i heard ig.
any laother laura nyro fans out there or am i dating myself

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subject:      anyone?

just wondering if anyone has the boots of:
        4/22/94 unh
        12/10/94 brandeis
        4/18/95 dartmouth
if you have any them and would be willing to sell/copy - let me know!
thanks,
-sarah

sarah wardrop

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subject:      joy of cooking

yeah i remb  remember them they were a late sixties y  earlier 70s
goupr--playing sort of spacy psychedelic renaissance music

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ditto on the dec '94 brandeis show.  i have a few boots that i would be
willing to trade.

thanks a bunch,
lisa
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subject: anyone?
date: thursday, may 09, 1996 1:44pm

just wondering if anyone has the boots of:
        4/22/94 unh
        12/10/94 brandeis
        4/18/95 dartmouth
if you have any them and would be willing to sell/copy - let me know!
thanks,
-sarah

sarah wardrop

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subject:      anyone in kenner??

hey guys, it's almost time!!
i'm wondering if anyone's staying in kenner (outside of n.o.) this week?
i'll be in the travelodge there. so if ya seen some guy with red hair & a
"moo" or an alanis #69 t-shirt on... :) that'll be me. ;)
rick
(who's changing to digest format & wishes everyone a safe trip!)

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subject:      i want to subscribe!

        hello you don't know me but i heard about you through a friend of
mine, kim fischer from powell river. well i would like to get on-line with
ya all! i'm from fort st. james, bc. i'm not a true fan of the indigo girls,
but would like to know more about them. kim got me listening to melissa
etheridge. i said i would never, didn't like her music. but i was wrong. i
love it now. so shall i doubt her once again? i think not. so i will learn
all i can and hell i'll even go out and buy a cd! so have someone e-mail me
back and let me know how i reach you in the net! debbie o'bee<dobee@netshop.net>
        thanks i look forward to connecting up with you all! i like to get
e-mail and i always write back! and if you have any other web sites or
interesting people wanting pen pals, let me know!?!

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subject:      song of the day thread . . .

i know everyone (with the exception of me :( ) is getting ready to head to
no, but i would just like to bring back the song of the day thing again.
we are almost done, and there are a lot of great songs on so that i would
love to hear opinions on.

so if i may be so bold, here is a plan for the rest of so.

tuesday:  reunion
wednesday:  power of two
thursday:  touch me fall
friday:  the wood song
sat and sun:  recap of the week

monday (may 6):  mystery
tuesday:  dead man's hill
wednesday:  fare thee well
thursday:  this train revised

rachel

p.s.  i can't wait to hear about jazz fest!!!!

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subject:      i talked to her!!!!!

hey guys, remember when i asked y'all for advice in talking to a prof at
school who just happens to be a close and personal friend of amy and emily?
well, i finally got up the nerve to go up to her office...  she's rad.
her office happens to be on the way back from the dance studio, and since
i had just had 2 1/2 hrs of pretty good pirouettes, i was feeling brave.
nevermind the fact that i was kind of haggard looking and a bit sweaty..
but i played it off like i was just stopping in to say hi, (which i was
because i couldn't stay for more than a few minutes.)  we chit-chatted
about school and i bit abou the girls.  she asked me why i like them, and
i stuttured until something reminiscent of "because they always say
exactly what i'm thinking" burbled out.  she told me a little about when
amy (i think they're better friends than her and emily) used to be like,
"laura, does this sound any good to you?" and then she'd play a song for
her..  they thought that they'd be playing bars for the rest of their
lives...  isn't it ironic... (don't ya think?- sorry, pleeease forgive me
for that one!)  but, really, i told her that i work in the library and
that i'd probably see her around lots.  i also told her that i'd like to
go see the girls play a small venue in atlanta, as they're probably more
creative and personal in a place like that.  she agreed, she said that
amy's always trying something new.  laura (it's so weird calling your
profs by their first names!!!) also said that every once in a while she
gets a letter from amy saying that she's still alive and how busy she is,
etc...  i think she said that the last time they all got together was
x-mas either last year or the year before.  laura went to emory with them
and then they were all friends for 5 or so years after college living in
atlanta.  cool.  too bad i'm a music major and she's a poly sci prof. :(
but now laura is married with one kid, another on the way, teaching in
north carolina, so i can see why they don't see that much of each other
any more...  too bad the semester's almost over...  i'll see herin the
fall i guess....  *sigh*
-mandy

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subject:      help with free bootlegs!

        i accidentally deleted the recent message sent about the free
bootlegs.  could someone please forward that information to me?

        i guess since i'm fairly new here i'll give a quick bio.

name:  brad ruttman
occupation: student at the university of oklahoma
favorite artists:  ig, simon and garfunkel, fleetwood mac, toad the wet
sprocket, hootie (that's right, hootie), and u2
favorite hobbies:  guitar, rollerblading, listening to music, hangin' with
friends...

        i don't have any cool ig stuff to mention, but i would like to get
started.  can anyone help me out?  also, could someone tell me when and
where ig will be playing next?  i thought they had stopped doing shows for
a while!  i'm so clueless!  thanx to anyone who can help me!

                                        brad ruttman

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subject:      re: quotes issue

on 28 apr 96 at 21:03, jennifer l. holt wrote:

>    how about  "i aim to please the girlies!"
>

while i get a kick out of emily saying this in the video, as a man i
would hesitate to wear a shirt with this qoute on it. reason being
that someone unfamiliar with the video could easily take this as a
sexist statement. just my opinion.

peace y'all
'
'
dan perkins
post-episodic clairvoyant
tour guide to the obvious
'
'
"their gonna give me a dna transplant
their gonna re arrange my molecules
some natuaral laws will have to bend
to get me from the shallow end of the
gene pool"
   -emily kaitz

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from:         tiffany <slugger@prolog.net>
subject:      re: quotes issue

at 06:25 pm 4/29/96 -0500, you wrote:
>on 28 apr 96 at 21:03, jennifer l. holt wrote:
>
>>    how about  "i aim to please the girlies!"
>>
>
>while i get a kick out of emily saying this in the video, as a man i
>would hesitate to wear a shirt with this qoute on it. reason being
>that someone unfamiliar with the video could easily take this as a
>sexist statement. just my opinion.
>
>peace y'all
>'
>'
>dan perkins
>post-episodic clairvoyant
>tour guide to the obvious
>'

i definitely agree. besides, we have more than enough others to pick from!
:)

tiff

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subject:      quotes!!!

ok, this is the last call for quotes. if you want to add yours to the list,
send now or forever hold your peace!!!! after tonite im not taking anymore,
so get 'em in now. after that i will post a list of everyone's fav's...
maybe then we can find a quote that everyone agrees on.
thanx y'all,
tiff

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subject:      re: n.o. update #4

on 29 apr 96 at 15:54, cylinda parga wrote:

> okay y'all, time to set some serious plans 'casue people are already
> starting to head off left and right for n.o.  so here's a rough itinerary
> that you can follow if you want to try to find fellow listers.  hopefully,
> if enough people follow it, we'll succeed in meeting up with each other.  or
> something like that. okay.
>
> thurday, may 2:
>
> all day    new orleans jazz & heritage festival
> 7:00 p.m.  indigo girls--rayban stage  (can someone confirm time and place

actually ig start playing at 5:30 pm and stop at 7:00pm. word to the
wise: if you want to get anywhere near the front of the stage get to
the rayban stage very early.. it is likely to be very very crowded.

rember show starts at 5:30.

see y'all in 3 days!!!!!!!!!!!

peace y'all
'
'
dan perkins
post-episodic clairvoyant
tour guide to the obvious
'
'
"their gonna give me a dna transplant
their gonna re arrange my molecules
some natuaral laws will have to bend
to get me from the shallow end of the
gene pool"
   -emily kaitz

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from:         january simpson <simpson@hanover.edu>
subject:      re: indigo girls anagrammed (fwd)
x-to:         carolyn chow <egg@u.washington.edu>
in-reply-to:  <pine.osf.3.92a.960425232146.7796b-100000@saul2.u.washington.edu>

soiling grid is made of people!!!  it's people!!!!
sorry, short outburst.  it was just like word association...
january


on thu, 25 apr 1996, carolyn chow wrote:
> hey all,
>
> a friend of mine ran 'indigo girls' through an anagram program.  thought
> it was cool and that i would just pass it along.
>
> see you,
>
> carolyn
>
>
> 'indigo girls' in 2 word anagrams.  my personal favorite is 'lodging iris'
> since irises are my favorite flower-- oh so gynic.  :)
>
>    1.origin gilds
>    2.oiling grids
>    3.losing rigid
>    4.indigo girls
>    5.lodging iris
>    6.origins gild
>    7.soiling grid
>    8.soiling gird
>    9.golding iris

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subject:      blue food offer

once again:

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

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

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

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

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

-bon

bonster@alaska.net

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subject:      (fwd) re: joy of cooking

forwarded message:
from:     self <single-user mode>
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subject: re: joy of cooking
date: mon, 29 apr 1996 21:46:25

> from:          mmedido@aol.com
> date:          mon, 29 apr 1996 20:27:31 -0400
> to:            hllee@cove.com
> subject:       re: joy of cooking

> laura nyro is a goddess !!!!!
> i have been busy trying to update my collection to cd (when possible)
> still searching for "live at the bottom line"(cd).
i used to have this opn cd then i loaned it out never to return.
it's amazing.  i saw her on that tour.  it was very odd i never
realized her orientation i'm good at that ( see also ig melissa
etheridge tom robinson band)  i was the only male in the first ten
rows, in absolutely the best seat in the house.
and "mother spiritual"
> and " season of lights"  on vinyl...someday i will succede :)
> i used to listen to her via my older friends but she was a
> little too edgy for me at the time, last saw her 'live' on her "smile"
> tour(1975?)...then ...a little over year ago...i resurected
> my turntable and made a tape of "new york tendaberry" and was
> blown away by the sheer mastery of it !!!!
tendaberry held a record for a long time as the most expensive album
made - it took steely dan to break the record with katy lied,  they held it for a
long time untul tusk came along i love the changes in tempo
> and the little pauses she puts in songs...not to mention that incredible
> voice that goes from a whisper to a scream and back again. she is
> quite simply, one of the great songwrtiers, arrangers and performers
> of this century !!!! ( i've also been attempting introduce her to  those
> who have no idea who she is.) i've been half tempted to send a cd
> of "new york tendaberry" to emily saliers..(most songwriters are
> well aware of her though)
>
> as for "joy of cooking"...wasn't terry garthwaite in that band ? i was
yes she was what is she doing now?
is ellen mcilwaine available on cd?
> just thinking about her the other day...i like her jazzy style :)
>
> ta !
> claire (diablito mono)
>
> "once i lived under the city
>                         in my sweet july"
> (nyro)
>
>

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subject:      a ramble of sorts

okay okay, i know this kind of thing isn't taken too well, but i don't post
often anymore, so here it goes. i just arrived home from my soccer game (loss
again!), depressed angry and otherwise unhappy. i checked my mail, none of
that us postal kind, but a whole lot from my friends on the web. this is sort
of a sappy thank you to everyone. i joined the list a little bit over a year
ago, and not a day goes by that i don't think about it, and how lucky i am to
have found this "community". i have made friends, acquaintences, a so-so
bootleg collection, insight on the world, and experience in other cultures
and musicians. my birthday is a little less than one hour away, and i ought
to be studying demoivre's theorm and derivatives, but i can't keep my
thoughts away. i'll be turning the big 16 tomarrow. (ewww...i showed my
age....) and so much has been going on in my life that i haven't even had a
chance to read the last half of this month's mail. just to give an idea,
unread mail is 2.7 mb of my system right now...(owch..). and just to add a
little humour and some igc that is unlist related. last thursday i
experienced what can only be called a sign from someone. riding on the bus to
an away soccer game we were listing to the radio (anyone around dc knows
there is no such thing as good radio around here) but we were listing to
dc101. the bus driver what kinda absent minded and put the radio on only loud
enough to barely tell that there was something playing. but as we approached
the toll plaza the roar of the traffic dulled just enough to hear sweet
emily's voice telling me that she was being pointed in a crooked line. i
grined and looked over to see that my goalie coach and object of admiration
were singing along aswell. god knows how we did it, but we won the game 4-2.
(a minor miracle.) and i just have to say that i knew we were going to win
after hearing about going to the mountains and the children. in other news,
my father was not at the astounding victory that night, but was at the hockey
game. and for any of you who were reading the paper, it was the caps game
running till two in the morning. (third longest in nhl history) around 11 he
called me from the sky box to tell me that he was sitting with his boss who
is an avid fan of ig, and is taking of the rest of this week to go to no.
well.....there you have it, the ying and the yang of my ig day. in other not
so important-but-i-mine-as-well news. i was in the washington blade this
week, with my father (who is openly gay...the scope of the
article....children of lesbigays) and the end comment i make in the article
says something about me not caring if i was thought of as gay.
well....interestingly enough...it lead to a two hour discussion with my
mother, and my own coming out.......there you have it...a weekend in the life
of kate....an almost 16 year old that isn't going to no, but countless other
people are, along with her father's boss. thanks for listening....and i wish
everyone a safe happy trip to see ig. thank them for the win against langley
too.....
nighty night...
kate
(hey january....does this catch you up a little???? next time tell me that
you are on spring break:)

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subject:      have a safe trip everyone!!!

                happy traveling!!!!!!


:)

eric

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subject:      you guys will love this- song of the day?

hi ya'll!

well, it's 1 am, and here i sit, with my extremely inebriated, just-dumped by
her boyfriend,soon to be apartment sharing, best bud, who is doing some
serious bonding with amy and emily.  we are watching watershed, and all she
wants to see is galileo.  right now, my dear anya is "salam, princess of
beer."  (well, actually wine, but i had to make it flow.....)

anyhoo, she is feeling like she is being punished for something in a past life,
hence the obsession with galileo.  she is also saying things like "there's not
enough room in this world for my pain.." (ghost)  in the past week, though,
she has gone from being a non-ig fan to just identifying with evey word.  i
have a feeling that we will be going to media play to buy cd's as soon as she
gets money.

as for the suggestion of song of the day.....

"reunion" is the greatest song.  i always think of when i saw the girls at
cornell and amy saying that she wrote this song right after attending a high
school reunion and how this song just symbolizes everything she feels about
people from her past.

anyone else?  reunion?...............

later-
karrie

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

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subject:      happy birthday!!! (april 30, 1996)

happy birthday kate and lori!!!!

"...you know the things that i am afraid of i'm not afraid to tell and if
we'd ever leave a legacy it's that we loved each other well..."


"...the steel bars between me and a promise suddenly bend with ease and the
closer i'm bound in love to you the closer i am to free..."

birthday folks:

dresden5@aol.com (kate)
llevy03@emory.edu (lori)
"power of two"
* :) *

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from:         helene burningham <h.burningham@ulst.ac.uk>
organization: university of ulster
subject:      reunion, no and nanci g boot...

you know if i had to go back to a high school reunion, i imagine i
would feel like this song...it would be awful...no doubt about it,
everybody making out to be _so_ interested...like they really care,
but obviously don't.  i've never had to go to one (guess its only
been 5/6 years since i left school), but the way it feels when i bump
into someone on the street, when i do go home, and the whole feeling
that it's a case of trying to get as many impressive achievements
into one sentence as possible...i hate that feeling, like you have to
think of something that someone you once knew will take as a 'oh
she's doing well, making something of her life' type thing.  and then
there's the whole gossip thing...geez it makes me shudder to think of
the rumours that have circulated my once friends, about me, yet i
haven't spoken to any of them since i left home.

anyway, enough said...all that's on my mind now is the fact that ig
are peforming at the end of the week and i won't be there, y'all
will...hope its the greatest...make sure y'all capture the moment,
write it down so that all of us who can't make it can feel the
complete ambiance of the concert just from reading your
lines...please?

oh and another thing, i got a really cool present from my friend the
other day...a nanci griffith boot cd...love affairs in a foreign
town...recorded at the london concert of her 1988 little love affairs
tour...i know there are a few ng fans out there, so i was wondering
whether this is a rare cd and how many other boot cd's of hers there
are...answers on a postcard to...

talk to y'all later...thanks for listening!

love helene

and i drove out of there with no one behind me
feeling funny and free

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subject:      new orleans

        hi everyone. i haven't posted in a while!! goo dluck and a safe
trip to all heading down to new orleans. somebody mail me and tekll me hopw the concert went!!
                                        jay

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subject:      blood and fire

hi!
        i was wondering what people's opinions were on the "blood & fire"
import.  i finally found a copy, but its 25$ and i don't know much about it
and that's a lot of $ for a college student... so i was wondering what the
story behind the cd was, and if its worth it.  i have "history of us" which i
love (and actually co-own with a friend - $12.50 each!).  any opinions are
appreciated.(:

happy day,
jennie

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subject:      reunion

    are we really going to discuss reunion today?

  okay, here's my opinion,  reunion is one of the coolest songs on so.
the acoustic duo version of this is so amazing.  last week i listened to
it about 700 times in a row one day, i swear.

  what does it mean?

  i think amy is talking about her life as an artist, and being famous.
she kind of has a fantasy about leaving it all behind-"and i drove out of
there with no one behind me, feeling funny and free,"  but she knows that
she never would, she loves it too much.  it's hard but it's the life she
chose-"and i laughed as i said it, this is my situation, it's not
pictures of privilege, it's just self-preservation"  and she wouldn't
trade it.
  i think the "i remember you, when we were shiny and new" part is about
her and emily, when they were just starting out, and the "intimate
strangers" part is about us, but we've already discussed that.
  there ya go, that's my opinion.

have fun in no.  someone write down the setlist and post it so we can at
least fantasize that we were there.  ooh, and remember what they were
wearing.

corinne

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subject:      re: reunion

i know we've discussed the meaning of "reunion" before, so forgive this side-
note if someone mentioned it already.

i was listening to one of my ig cds the other day (can't remember if it was
"nothing to hide" or "complicated girls" or something else...) and before
one of the live renditions of "reunion" amy talked about how she just went
to her high school reunion and that she saw all these people etc...  she
mentioned one specific instance when her friend said to her (the following
is not a direct quotation but a paraphrase, amy says it much better):
"do you know that person who just shook your hand?" says friend
"yes"- says amy
"we'll they hated you in high school and siad you were weird" -says friend
"explicative" says an astounded amy.

then they start playing "reunion".

perhaps amy's story about her high school reunion is what the song is about?
(intimate strangers.. etc)

well anyway, play the cd andlisten to amy's humorous storytelling yourself!!!

in the spirit of the earth, (great book by calvin luther martin---i recommend
                             it highly)

cynthia crecca
crecca@admin.njit.edu

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subject:      important petition (nigc)
x-to:         pinknon@ella.mills.edu, treesb@aol.com, ckjp@aol.com,
              gladara@aol.com, tilva@aol.com, dannahg@aol.com,
              garen@ella.mills.edu, bino@ella.mills.edu, block@linex.com,
              patriab@applelink.apple.com, gb@sgi.com

hey- this has to do with the freaky people in salt lake who said no clubs in
the high school because some of the kids wanted a gay and lesbian youth
group...so i think it seems important enough to harass you all with...if you
have no idea what i'm talking about you can please e-mail me and i'll tell
you. pass it on...

-lariss

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forwarded message:
from: tort@radicalmedia.com (julia tortolani)
to: angela@radicalmedia.com, barbara@radicalmedia.com, beastieeee@aol.com,
bess.tortolani@dartmouth.edu, ksbrooks@midway.uchicago.edu,
carmodyc@spiegel.becltd.com, gcraigm@radicalmedia.com, gabydsgn@aol.com,
tetonnet@aol.com, ken_grobe@vm.com, simonsk@gunet.georgetown.edu,
lpray@moose.uvm.edu, mooj1@aol.com, pguzyk@infohouse.com,
rebecca@radicalmedia.com, dot@tunanet.com, paul@tunanet.com,
saalfield@aol.com
date: 96-04-23 15:58:01 edt

on february 20, 1996, the salt lake city school board voted to ban all
clubs in order to keep a gay/lesbian/straight alliance from forming at
east high school.  despite numerous phone calls and countless letters,
the board seems to remain recalcitrant.

salt lake city will host the 2002 winter olympics with the slogan "the
world is welcome here." the salt lake city school board's decision calls
into question how much of the "world" is truly "welcome" here. the
citizens' alliance for hate free schools, a project of the utah human
rights coalition, calls on all supporters of the rights of young people to
have equal access to educational opportunities and safe schools to sign the
following petition.

please sign the petition and then forward to someone else.

if you are a tenth person to sign your name, forward the
list back to me: cdorchard@earthlink.net
(i.e. the 10th, 20th, 30th person will forward this message to me in
progress)  i will compile the petition and send it to the board members.

target deadline:  june 4, 1996

petition to the salt lake city school board

"we, the undersigned, support the efforts by area high school students to
organize non-curricular clubs and alliances designed to increase
understanding and good will among the high school population and the
general public as well. we call on the salt lake city school board to
resist all illegal attempts at intimidation and coercion to deprive
students of their legally guaranteed rights. we request that they take
immediate action to reverse their decision of february 20, 1996, to ban all
clubs."

#
name
e-mail address (not obligatory)
place of residence

>--------------------------------------------------
1
eric dobbs
las vegas, nv 89121

2
james boyd
boydj@casa.colorado.edu
boulder, co

3
david humphrey
74262,1601
boulder, co

4
riti dhesi
s.f., ca 94118

5
mandeep s. gill
msgill@leland.stanford.edu
palo alto, ca  94305

6
jamie pehling
jpehling@u.washington.edu
seattle wa usa

7
janet wong
janet.wong@ci.seattle.wa.us
seattle  wa  usa

8
vizma schulmeisters
schulvv@cellpro.cellpro.com
seattle wa usa

9
jonathan rosenblum
wsjwj@igc.apc.org
seattle, wa usa

10
bob marshall & betsy pernotto
rcm@cc.wwu.edu
bellingham, wa

11
seth falcon
n9541945@cc.wwu.edu
bellingham, wa

12
hannah blair
msmaupin@aol.com, hblair@cclink.fhcrc.org
seattle, wa

13
paul tortolani
pjtortolani@cornellmed.com
new york, ny

14
js tortolani
tort@radicalmedia.com
new york, ny

15
ursula roma
romabear@aol.com
cincinnati, oh

16
brenda cummings
oakland, ca

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from:         lorinda wright <lw01@lehigh.edu>
subject:      misery

hi y'all,
i'm just sitting here brewing in my seething vat of jealousy as everyone gets
ready to head for new orleans. in all seriousness, though, i want to wish
everyone a great trip, and a great time. say "hi" to amy and emily for me. :)
hold that banner high.

i was just reading someone's post about consoling a recently dumped friend who
was finding solace in ig, and it occurred to me. so much of their music is
really really really (i mean _really_) sad. a bummer, ya know? a real downer.
i found myself sitting with my coffee this morning listening to love's
recovery, and thinking about....stuff, and i realized that there were tears
gathering in my eyes. (stop making fun of me! i wasn't crying! really, i was
just almost crying :) now, i know that there's also a tremendous amount of
hope in their music, but face it, folks. ghost makes you cry, and so do about
50 of their other songs. and you love it. you absolutely, posi-freaking-lutely
love it. my question is...why do we like music that makes us wanna cry?

just pondering,
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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reply-to:     susan marine <smarine@cc.colorado.edu>
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from:         susan marine <smarine@cc.colorado.edu>
subject:      non- new orleans concertgoers support group forming!

based on the 12 steps, this group is for all people who either
        a) never got tickets and never had even an inkling of
a chnace to go to no cause they live in poughkeepsie or lower borneo or
        b) had tickets at one time and had to sell them because they
couldn't eat, pay their phone bill, or practice regular dental hygiene

the world's biggest pity party ever for people (like me) who fall into
one of these two categories. i think it would be really fun if, on saturday,
we "gathered around" the list and "made up" the no concert according to
how we imagine it...what the girls are playing, wearing, doing, etc. it could be
like a play by play for the financially/geographically challenged.....

i am not bitter! i swear! i am thrilled for all of you who are going. i just
haven't felt this left out since thrid grade kickball team picks (i was
always last, boo hoo). so, any of the rest of you feeling like the last one
picked...saturday could be fun for us too!

loving you all-
susan (godspeed, joe, and drive safely!!!)

smarine@cc.colorado.edu

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from:         "j. hunter" <jhunter@fdic.gov>
subject:      re: non-noff

yeah! i can see it now....em is wearing jeans and a checkered shirt, amy has
black jeans on and a purple t with yellow, something-or-others on it...they
arrive late but are not in a hurry...they know the show will begin when they
get there :) ...there is a taper in the first row frantically rewinding to
the beginning of the tape...

the first cut is a new song, fast tempo, i don't recognize it and it just
blows everyone away....


anybody care to take it up from here :)

jude :)

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from:         amber abbas <aha2@acpub.duke.edu>
subject:      re: reunion

it's quick and easy for me to say something about this song: i love it:)  i
want to sing it *loud*.  my exams are over and i'm feeling funny and free,
ready to head out of here for no with no one behind me. (please forgive my
astounding originality)  i love this song.  it may be one of my all-time
faves. of all times.

hopping amber

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subject:      nigc: socal list members

delurking for a moment to bring back an idea i started with last year but
never followed through on. i thought i might create a little distribution
list for any interested socal members so that we can share info about
upcoming music shows in socal. if someone hears of a good show (i.e. the
riverpoets from last week), they can send a message to me and i will
distribute that notice to anyone who is interested. that way, we can let
each other in on what we think will be good shows. so if you're
interested, let me know.

note: this is nothing fancy, just an impromptu way to get the word out.

allison                         "when i look at the television/
edgy@netcom.com                 i want to see me/staring right back at me"
                                        --"mr. jones"

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subject:      re: misery
x-to:         lorinda wright <lw01@lehigh.edu>
in-reply-to:  <199604301702.naa102776@ns4-1.cc.lehigh.edu>

karey explains the human condition (if i may be so bold):
we like music that makes us feel deeply, and reflects our deep feelings,
just like we like powerful movies, or books or whatever.  we like to feel
that we're not alone in this world.  blah, blah, blah.... after this it
gets way too corny for my cynical brain, oh well.
peace out,
k

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subject:      re: indigo-girls digest - 29 apr 1996 to 30 apr 1996 - special
              issue

just a quick note to relayjust one of my favorite quotes which comes from
emily's "virginia woolf":

"you sent your soul like a message in a bottle to me, and it was my rebirth..."

not that it needs to go ont the t-shirt, just wanted to make it public before
the quote-factory shuts down... =)

lesley

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subject:      why we like music that makes us

date: tuesday, 30 april 1996 3:08pm et
to: go-main.indigogi@doasmain.snads
from: williamson.r.m@gomail
subject: why we like music that makes us cry
in-reply-to: the letter of tuesday, 30 april 1996 2:36pm et

in response to lorindigo's question:
   i think we like music that makes us cry because we like to feel emotions.
whether they're happy or sad, when you feel them, that's what life is all
about. if you didn't feel anything, you might as well be six feet under.
it's kind of like that old saying - 'it's better to have loved and lost than
never to have loved at all'. at least you felt it˙ the good and the bad. you
were alive˙ ain't it great.
robw

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also remember that third and most dreaded of all excuses
finals
ben

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hey i'd love to sign this but are you sure it's kosher?   a while ago i had a
petition coming round about french nuclear testing, and it turned out that
the person who started it wanted to stop it because it had gone way too far.
are these the only people who've signed it so far?

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oh it feels so good to have graduated !!  < stretch > < yawn > < smile >

- jen hall
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also remember that third and most dreaded of all excuses
finals
ben

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on tue, 30 apr 1996, lorinda wright wrote:
> my question is...why do we like music that makes us wanna cry?

only thing worse than feeling horrible about your life is not
understanding why it feels so awful or feeling messed up and alone... lots
of ig songs (emily's in particular for me) really put some difficult
things we all struggle with into focus.  the songs help us understand our
own feelings, tell us we're not alone or crazy for feeling this, and beam
this huge light... i can't put into words what the light says.  but it's
the part that makes me want to cry, personally, maybe because i always
seem to lose it when i look back on what has been so excruciatingly hard
and begin to think maybe it all really will be okay...  that's my take. =)

peace all over you like velcro,

scot

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hi y'all,

forgot to add: in a sense, i don't really think it's the _music_ that
makes us cry.  if music makes us want to cry, it's because we recognize a
profound truth in it... it may connect us to tough feelings to deal with,
of course...  then again, some music could mess you up.  music that says
"the world is evil, people are evil, i'm worthless, hope is an illusion,
love is the most bitter irony of all."  loving this kind of music reflects
a pretty self-destructive attitude...  but i think lorinda's question was
more geared toward the ig type of "music that makes you cry," where you
cry because you recognize deeply some of life's pain, but you at the same
time say to yourself, "but i can still hope?  there still is love and
beauty and kindness in this world despite the anguish?"  the unfathomable
little bits of sheer beauty amidst all the pain, that's what really makes
me drawn in.

end of babbling.  peace all over everywhere like advertising,

scot

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subject:      some ig and michelle shocked

just wanted to add , quite gleefully, that i will be attending both shows
yyiiiiippppeee, thanks cylinda :). and i'll be sure and dance me butt off
for all of you poor unfornunate souls ;-( .

this past sat was a great dat, let me expound. one i got me friend to
join me to the sat show and two i got two both meet michelle shocked at
an interview thingy for th e local public radio show, and not only did i
get to see the concert bbbbuuuuttt i also danced on stage with her.

that right you envious unfortunates. i was sitting there dancing me happy
ass off when she pauses in the middle of the song, though the giutar
continues, and looks down at me. then she says " excuse me my friend i
don't mean to put you on the spot or anything  but i have a few opening
for solid gold dancers up here on stage, so if you'd grab a friend or two
of yours and come up her it would be much appreciated. needless to say i
wwas shocked (ha) and almost paalyzed, btu i recovered enough to grab two
frinds, and drag them up there with me where i proceeded to sdance my ass
off even further.  btw jj one of those friends was your dear jen powis,

well just thought i'd imform you all of my good fortune. i'll see the
lucky ones soon. bu bye

peace love and may 222222222!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and
4444444444444444444!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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subject:      reunion..finally

halllooooo!

        this is my favorite amy song.  i started out as a rabid emily
woman (just pausing and rewinding crazy game on latul to try to figure
out how the heck she plays it all), so i had that tendency to skip the
amy songs.

        so now, in my amy studies, this is my favorite of hers.  i love
the arrangement (which amy seems to real good at) and i love the waltz
ending.  but on the emily note (which i always seem to arrive at), she's
got an awesome solo.

        computer lab sidenote:  i just said bless you to a woman who
sneezed at the computer in front of me.  she's wearing a satan shirt
(five pointed star and all) and she's kind of just staring at me.  what do
i do?

        back to reunion...and more emily moments...how about emily's
vocal line at the end.  i like it when they write vocal lines for one
another.  like in "prince of darkness", how amy takes off with the lines
after the verses, or "crazy game".  it seems like emily writes more vocal
lines for amy than vice versa.

        i play in a duo and we write pretty much apart and we were just
talking about this the other day...when you write for another person's
voice, you hear things differently than they would.  you bring out more
of their range.  my musical partner, however, thinks i'm liz fraiser from
the cocteau twins sometimes.

speaking of the prince of darkness...i have to go now cause this girl is
still mad at me for saying bless you...

(not that i have anything against satan worshippers or anything.  should
i have said "go to hell" after she sneezed)  (as la d.g. grande would
tell me "shut up now..."  so i will).

i didn't ask for the anal probe,
teri

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subject:      new dmb!  (nigc)

forgot to pass this along...
        the new dave matthews band cd is out today.  my roommate drove to
a local cd place during her break and got me its.  geezz...that's good
grammer.

        is anyone seeing dmb at the jazzfest?  this would be a
supertreat.  imho, this is one of the most original bands to come out of
the '90s.

crashing,
teri

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> also remember that third and most dreaded of all excuses
> finals

finals?  finals are "nothhhhing!" (do the al capone thing from the
untouchables)  try to do a doctoral dissertation! now that's an excuse!

*harumph*  finals?... *rolls eyes* ;)

                -- chris (who 'ad to get up at 3 in the morning to go to mill
                          a half an hour before 'e went to bed.  eat a lump
                          of dry poison. and when 'e got home, 'is dad would
                          kill 'im and dance about on 'is grave singing
                          halleluia!)

p.s.  for those whom aren't sure, yes i am kidding, yes i know finals
are hard.  good luck to all taking them in the coming weeks...

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subject:      five-pointed stars (pretty much nigc)

just wanted to respond to what teri said...
first of all, i like what you said about reunion, and yes, it's an awesome
song.
but just wanted to point out that the 5-pointed star (pentacle) is the symbol
of witchcraft, or wicca, a legitimate religion emphasizing spirituality and
magic but which is not satanism.  they don't even believe in the concept of
an evil deity -- it's a very positive religion.
no, i'm not a wiccan, but just wanted to clear the air here.  the girl who
glared at you for saying "bless you" is just weird, but the pentacle is not
a symbol of satan worship.  okay?
:))
                  --rachel
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subject:      here it is!!!!!

ok, here is the long awaited quotes list in its entirity.  now i guess we
can start voting for a t-shirt quote. send me your votes so i can talley
them up... there's a lot of good ones, but try not to vote too many times... :o)
(i apologize for any possible typos.)


fav quotes list
----------------

if the world is night, shine my life like a light.

i will not be complacent.

a moment of peace is worth every war behind us.

it was a calling that said if joy then pain.

even if you're feeling alone, don't come home.

my life is part of the global life.

all i've sown was a song.

trying to read the greek upon the stars, an alphabet of feeling.

we've got to learn to respect what we don't understand.

you were only joking.

there's a thin line between pleasing yourself and pleasin somebody else.

i've got a long road to be forgiven.

we went down to dead man's hill, smoking vines like cigarettes.  looking
through trashy
mags, trying to feel whats coming next.

would you trade your words for freedom? thats the barter for a blind man.

though its stormy out, i feel safe within the arms of love's discovery.

everywhere i turn all the beauty just keeps shaking me.

maybe that's all we need is to meet in the middle of impossibility.

by grace, my sight grows stronger.

oh you set up your place in my thoughts, moved in and made my thinking crowded.

power of two.

everything that i believe is wrong with you is wrong with me. everything i
truly love, i love in
you and i love in me.

its only life afterall.

you helped me more by not giving in.

i stood without clothes, danced in the sand, i was aching with freedom,
kissing the damned.  i said remember this as how it should be.

it's all in our hands.  got to learn to respect what we don't understand.
we are forunate
ones, fournate ones, i swear.

sometimes you have to laugh at yourself, cause you'd cry your eyes out if
you didnt.

oh how i wish i were a trinity, so that if i lost a part of me, i'd still
have two of the same to
live.

but nobody gets a lifetime rehersal, as specks of dust, we're universal.

you kissed me like a soldier heading for a war, im a dying man but i dont
know what for.

thought i knew my mind like the back of my hand.  the gold and the rainbow
but nothing
panned out as i planned.

for every time you find yourself you lose a little bit of me from within.

and i guess thats how you started, like a pin-prick to my heart, but at this
point you rush
right through me and i start to drown.

i come to you with my offering, i bring you strange fire.

i wish i was a nomad, an indian or a saint.  give me walking shoes,
feathered arms and a
key to heavens gate.

the heart of a skeptic and the mind of a child.  put my life in a box and
let my imagination
run wild.

but if you need to know that you weathered the storm of cruel mortality and
well a hundred
years later i'm sittin here living proof.

when your whole life is on the tip of your tongue empty pages for the no
longer young the
apathy of time laughed in your face did you hear me say, each life has its
place.

a superstar but he didnt get far.

i went looking for a car found myself beneath the stars.  i went looking for
a girl found a man and his world.

multiply life by the power of two.

the best thing that you've ever done for me, is to help me take my life less
seriously.

a + e = ig  the alphabet of feeling.

what separates me from you?

who's the queen and why did she close the door?

handed down & made by hand

i was wide-eyed and laughing

we were dancing up to the bright side

every devil i meet becomes a friend of mine

that little spot on the ground is my hometown

remember this as how it should be

your actions will follow you full circle 'round

the thin horizon of a plan is almost clear

welcome me to a haven given

remember this in your heart

the prize is always worth the rocky ride

it's hard not to rock the boat when you're sailing against the undertow

the heart and the mind on a parallel course

we swore to ourselves we'd go to the end of the world

there i am in younger days star gazing painting a picture perfect map, of
how my life and
love would be.  not counting the unmarked paths of misdirection, my compass,
faith in loves perfection, i missed ten million miles of road i should've seen.

maybe you squandered big bucks in your lifetime, now i have to pay.

when your learning to face the path at your pace every choice is worth your
while.

what makes you think i could start clean slated? the hardest to learn was
the least
complicated.

i have no need for anger with intimate strangers. and ive got nothing to hide.

the queen who closed the door, the family that lies, the people who turn and
the cat that
has died.  a boy that od's, a girl with a gun, the world at its knees and
the band on the run.

rain soaked and voice choked like silent screaming in a dream, i searched
for our absolute distinction.

and dance the edge of sanity i've never been this close

i'd walk into the fingers of your fire willingly.

now you ask me why i'm here, same as you i'm scared its fear.

i see a warrier barefoot and dancing.

im looking for a sacred hand to carve into my stone.

i could go crazy on a night like tonight.

forget about your ego, forget about your pride, and you will never have to
compromise.

every five years or so i look back on my life and i have a good laugh.

whats left when the locks have all been broken young children of authority.

i could've been your sister, i would've been your brother.

soc

noone gets to miss the storm of what will just be holding on for the ride.

when i was young, my people taught me well, give back what you take.

each life has its place.

you sent your soul like a message in a bottle to me and it was my rebirth.

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subject:      tickets for sale & a request

i have two tickets (actually, they are my friends' tickets) for sale (10th
row center i think).  they cost around $40 each, including service charges (i
think - i don't have them in front of me)  let me know by friday morning if
you want them.

also, i would like to request that anyone who sees the show on thursday wait
until sunday to post set lists and reviews.  the reason i ask this is that i
want to go into the saturday night show with no expectations of anything (new
songs, new approaches to old songs, covers, etc.)  i don't know if this an
unreasonable request.  if you think it is, then ignore it and post away.  i
would prefer it if this didn't result in a whole long back and forth.  if you
think that i am being pushy or rude and need to express yourself, send
flames, etc. directly to me, although i probably will not respond to them.

i apologize if this message sounds cold, but it has been a while (a few
days/weeks) since our last flame war, and i would hate to see the streak
broken for something as silly and unimportant as this.  if you want to post
anything about the thursday night show on friday, please use an obvious
subject line, so i can skip your message.  thank you for your cooperation.

let it grow

bert

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subject:      my top three, sort of (quotes for t-shirt)
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tiffany gave us a list of the quotes submitted so far, here's my spin on it:

top three (kind of):
1. if the world is night, shine my life like a light.

2. sometimes you have to laugh at yourself, cause you'd cry your eyes out if
  you didnt.
paired with:
  it's only life after all

3. it's hard not to rock the boat when you're sailing against the undertow

what do ya think?
jenifer
s013jem@discover.wright.edu

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subject:      nigc-  jen hall is a meany!!

graduated?
what is that?
(nail bites...is that public relations project due tomorrow?...what exam is
in the morning?....hey, what is today, anyhoo?)

karrie

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

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subject:      re: why we like music that makes us

on 30 apr 96 at 15:08, williamson.r.m wrote:


> in response to lorindigo's question:
>    i think we like music that makes us cry because we like to feel emotions.
> whether they're happy or sad, when you feel them, that's what life is all
> about. if you didn't feel anything, you might as well be six feet under.
> it's kind of like that old saying - 'it's better to have loved and lost than
> never to have loved at all'. at least you felt it_ the good and the bad. you
> were alive_ ain't it great.
> robw


here are some other reasons i think we sometimes like songs that make
us cry:

tears and the act of crying help to produce a chemical reaction
within our bodies that helps to relieve stress. i know i heard this
somewhere, although i can't remember where right now.

also, on a more personal note,  emotional songs sometimes touch on
issues in my life i haven't really dealt with fully. death of a
friend, questions of sexuality, anger/frustartion  over sexism, racism,
homophobia.

peace y'all
'
'
dan perkins
post-episodic clairvoyant
tour guide to the obvious
'
'
"their gonna give me a dna transplant
their gonna re arrange my molecules
some natuaral laws will have to bend
to get me from the shallow end of the
gene pool"
   -emily kaitz

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subject:      quote poll

not that i'll ever get a tshirt but this gets my vote anyway

what separates me from you?

sue
susan jackel <jackels@wizza.agvic.gov.au>

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x-to:         "teresa c. esguerra" <sac83826@saclink1.csus.edu>

just wanted to respond to your perceptive post re: reunion as a fave amy
tune. i too was (and still am), an aoe (admirer of emily). the habit of
zipping past amy songs, particularly on nis and even a bit on rop, is
something i have to confess to. although, once i got so into my naughty
little hands, i realized the whole album seemed to really capture a sense of
ease and flow between a's and e's compostitions while highlighting the
growth in their songwriting capabilities.

people, (interviewers/critics especially) tend to refer to ttr as the song
which illuminates a's growth as a songwriter most. ttr is cool and all, but
reunion really does it for me (at least in terms of melodic and rhytmic
complexity). i agree with you that emily seems to write more "meaty" vocal
accompaniments for amy than vice versa, but reunion i think is a sign of
good things to come. a is still able to keep her trademark abstractions in
the lyrics, (i mean this positively and not as a sign of e-prejudice), while
busting out with richer vocal arrangements, delicious harmonic intertwinings
and subtle instrumentation.
(ok...so i'm getting a little too verbose here..forgive me - i'm an english
major!)
anyway...to sum it all up, reunion really kicks ass, makes me happy when i
drive, and causes me to think about things like privacy and "pseudo"
relationships with people who seem to have ulterior motives.

teri: hope your run in with one of satan's minions turned out ok.

also, to all you lucky fiends who get to revel in the presence of the divas
in no, i'm way too jealous for my own good. :-(  i'm sending some love vibes
for the banner, though, and i'll be joining up with anyone who's around for
the virtual concert via this list.

intro message about who i am and why i love the girls is soon to come.

peace y'all,
karen


________________________________________________
karen l. tongson
hedgehog extraordinaire,
diva of electronic emissions, dyke music junkie,
lit. aficionado and all around
product of suburban psychosis. ;-/
________________
ktongson@ucla.edu

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date:         tue, 30 apr 1996 18:14:16 -0700
reply-to:     kt <ktongson@ucla.edu>
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from:         kt <ktongson@ucla.edu>
subject:      re: reunion..finally

forgive me if y'all receive this twice...i'm new at this whole thing :)

>just wanted to respond to your perceptive post re: reunion as a fave amy
tune. i too was (and still am), an aoe (admirer of emily). the habit of
zipping past amy songs, particularly on nis and even a bit on rop, is
something i have to confess to. although, once i got so into my naughty
little hands, i realized the whole album seemed to really capture a sense of
ease and flow between a's and e's compostitions while highlighting the
growth in their songwriting capabilities.
>
>people, (interviewers/critics especially) tend to refer to ttr as the song
which illuminates a's growth as a songwriter most. ttr is cool and all, but
reunion really does it for me (at least in terms of melodic and rhytmic
complexity). i agree with you that emily seems to write more "meaty" vocal
accompaniments for amy than vice versa, but reunion i think is a sign of
good things to come. a is still able to keep her trademark abstractions in
the lyrics, (i mean this positively and not as a sign of e-prejudice), while
busting out with richer vocal arrangements, delicious harmonic intertwinings
and subtle instrumentation.
>(ok...so i'm getting a little too verbose here..forgive me - i'm an english
major!)
>anyway...to sum it all up, reunion really kicks ass, makes me happy when i
drive, and causes me to think about things like privacy and "pseudo"
relationships with people who seem to have ulterior motives.
>
>teri: hope your run in with one of satan's minions turned out ok.
>
>also, to all you lucky fiends who get to revel in the presence of the divas
in no, i'm way too jealous for my own good. :-(  i'm sending some love vibes
for the banner, though, and i'll be joining up with anyone who's around for
the virtual concert via this list.
>
>intro message about who i am and why i love the girls is soon to come.
>
>peace y'all,
>karen
>
>
>
________________________________________________
karen l. tongson
hedgehog extraordinaire,
diva of electronic emissions, dyke music junkie,
lit. aficionado and all around
product of suburban psychosis. ;-/
________________
ktongson@ucla.edu

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date:         tue, 30 apr 1996 20:28:52 -0700
reply-to:     "just a girl and her guitar..." <irving@chaph.usc.edu>
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subject:      just a though...

lorindigo asked us all...
"my question is...why do we like music that makes us wanna cry?"

my answer...
cuz then we know we're not alone.

just a thought
take care
lisa :)

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