lifeblood: listlogs: 1996-05e


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date:         tue, 28 may 1996 00:07:15 -0400
reply-to:     tami waters <imat39@durham.net>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         tami waters <imat39@durham.net>
subject:      hello out there!!

hi there,

i have been on this list for awhile now and for the past few weeks haven't
received a single message...
i am desperately seeking help on how to get newport tix and if there is a
meeting of list people being organized for newport...
please forgive my ignorance but just as newport info was becoming available
i started my problems...
thx for any help available.

tami

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date:         tue, 28 may 1996 16:33:23 +1000
reply-to:     michelle paddy <m.paddy@qut.edu.au>
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from:         michelle paddy <m.paddy@qut.edu.au>
subject:      shades of indigo cd

hi everyone,

i'll delurk for a moment to ask you all if any of you know whether the
shades of indigo cd is readily available, and if so, how much does it
usually sell for?

i have never seen it available in australia before, but found a copy last
weekend in a music shop for $20.  guess i was just wondering if i'd stumbled
across something rare or not.

cheers,
shelley

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date:         tue, 28 may 1996 08:49:17 gmt
reply-to:     h.burningham@ulst.ac.uk
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         helene burningham <h.burningham@ulst.ac.uk>
organization: university of ulster
subject:      re: song of the week (5/26-6/2) least complicated
x-to:         angiecies@aol.com

on 27 may 96 at 11:42, angiecies@aol.com wrote:

>  but i love the part
> in lc where the drums kick in before amy starts to sing.

me too!  it's kind of difficult not to like this song...so was the
first ig album i bought (yes i was a later starter...but catching up
real fast :) !)  it was one of the songs on the album that i could
first pick up on, but it was one of the last that i actually thought
about ... bit wierd that actually...i always get into the e-songs quick
at first, but a-songs are the ones that make me think first ...
anyways, i didn't really start thinking about it until i heard it on
1200 curfews ... then the fact emily talked about it kind of
kick-started my brain into 'yes emily doesn't just write beautiful
music, they also mean something'...hey what about that then!...told
you i was a late starter!!  and then...get this...i actually realised
that what she was singing was *so* true...
i've since made up for my complete ignorance...i guess it just took
me a while to realise that i could find my feelings in every aspect
of their music, and i didn't have to like them just because they
sounded so good, they actually had something to say.
bit of a tangent there i feel...never mind!  i do love the video of
this on watershed (i am eternally grateful seffy!) ... and what
happened to the a+e=ig t-shirts?

anyway, the hardest to learn is definitely the least
complicated...in life in general

ok, early-morning ramblings are over!
talk to y'all later
love helene


"steer clear of the shore, the coast is rough and rocky"   kate wolf

helene burningham <h.burningham@ulst.ac.uk>
coastal research group
department of environmental studies
university of ulster
coleraine bt52 1sa
northern ireland
44(0)1265 324010

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date:         tue, 28 may 1996 08:22:44 -0400
reply-to:     strangefire <mccranie@ewirb-wr.robins.af.mil>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         strangefire <mccranie@ewirb-wr.robins.af.mil>
subject:      99-x atlanta (very important-igc)

hi ya'll!!!!
while driving back from a rafting trip in tn....i was listening to
99-x in atlanta and i heard the dj say that both of the indigo
girls will be playing in atlanta this week. yes, you saw the
word both. the dj said we had to be sleuth's to find out where.
i stopped by rdr to pick up ani's new cd dilate (awesome), perry
hadn't heard anything about this week's show. so....anybody out there
know anything about this? i'll be calling eddie's attic and red
light cafe to see if they know anything....i'll post anything i find
out to all of you atlanta ppl who want to know.

-sherry <-- the girl who called eddie's attic and red light cafe
yesterday (long distance) and listened to their recording....b/c
they were closed on monday!!!!

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date:         tue, 28 may 1996 16:41:18 +0100
reply-to:     /i=rj2/s=ing/@chs1rh.boat.bt.com
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         "richard j. ing" </i=rj2/s=ing/@chs1rh.boat.bt.com>
subject:      shades of indigo

firstly some info for all you collectors out there:

if anyone needs a copy of "shade of indigo" promo cd, espirit records here in
the uk did have copies of both the orange & purple covered disc for l35.00 ea.

their address is 100307.3627@compuserve.com

secondly has anyone had success getting a reply from the ig fan club at
igfan@rcam.com?, i've tried a couple of times but had no response. is anyone
at home?

keep the faith.......richard

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date:         tue, 28 may 1996 16:32:53 gmt
reply-to:     andrew stokell <rbc31@dial.pipex.com>
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from:         andrew stokell <rbc31@dial.pipex.com>
subject:      nigc - attention uk members

hey british list-members

sorry to take up bandwidth on nigc, but please don't delete until
you've read!
is anyone out there going to the michelle shocked gig at leeds university=
this
coming saturday (1st june)? i fancy going, but i can't persuade any of =
my
friends to go. going to a gig on your own is a bit sad (done it once befo=
re and it
just wasn't the same!) so... if anyone is going please get in touch, and =
then we
can meet up beforehand perhaps, it'd also be a great opportunity to meet =

fellow list members in person!

think about it, but not for too long!


andrew

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date:         tue, 28 may 1996 13:53:53 edt
reply-to:     gail_anthony@abtex#u#north#u#novell.ccmail.compuserve.com
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         gail_anthony@abtex#u#north#u#novell.ccmail.compuserve.com
subject:      convert

     hi !!

     it seems that the "convert someone to igs" thread has died but
     tarantara <fanfare> - i've managed to convert our company's quality
     control manager (stuart yates) !!!  i loaned him "4.5" (best of cd
     that came out in the uk last year) and now he is hooked !!

     waaayyyhheeyyy !!!

     hmmmmm, who can i convert next ?? :) :)

     see you all at newport !! :d

     toodles

     gail

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date:         tue, 28 may 1996 13:50:14 -0400
reply-to:     chris mcmahon <libcm@emory.edu>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         chris mcmahon <libcm@emory.edu>
subject:      mchugh family benefit wed. 5/29 (atlanta)
x-to:         atlartists@monsterbit.com

        tomorrow at the red light cafe in atlanta is a concert those of
you in atlanta might not want to miss. as you may or may not know, gerard
mchugh (daemon records recording artist and writer of "thin line" from
the ig's last record) and his wife rodney had a little girl named sophie
ray not too long ago.
        tomorrow, a number of their closest friends are having a
concert/baby shower at the red light. all the usual suspects will there.
each act will cover at least one gerard song, too! it'll be a blast...
        -chris

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date:         tue, 28 may 1996 15:07:49 -0400
reply-to:     rgcs1123@aol.com
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from:         rgcs1123@aol.com
subject:      nigc-test

testing delivery

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date:         tue, 28 may 1996 15:05:31 -0400
reply-to:     joansl@aol.com
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from:         "<benjamin slavin>" <joansl@aol.com>
subject:      nigc - appel farm folk festival

is anyone going to the appel farm folk festival on saturday? both catie
curtis and janis ian are scheduled to play. write me back if you are planning
to go.
ben

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date:         tue, 28 may 1996 14:11:37 cdt
reply-to:     jennifer hall
              <jennifer=hall%ts=syscall2%cs=hou@bangate.compaq.com>
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from:         jennifer hall
              <jennifer=hall%ts=syscall2%cs=hou@bangate.compaq.com>
subject:      re: mchugh family benefit wed. 5/29 (atlanta)

hummm....sophie ray.  i wonder where he got the ray from...especially since
the baby is a girl.

- jen hall
    jhall@netgate.compaq.com
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from chris mcmahon <libcm@emory.edu>, on 5/28/96 1:50 pm:
to: <indigo-girls@netspace.org>

        tomorrow at the red light cafe in atlanta is a concert those of
you in atlanta might not want to miss. as you may or may not know, gerard
mchugh (daemon records recording artist and writer of "thin line" from
the ig's last record) and his wife rodney had a little girl named sophie
ray not too long ago.
        tomorrow, a number of their closest friends are having a
concert/baby shower at the red light. all the usual suspects will there.
each act will cover at least one gerard song, too! it'll be a blast...
        -chris

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date:         tue, 28 may 1996 14:06:20 -0400
reply-to:     "a. nadyne hagon" <ahagon@st6000.sct.edu>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         "a. nadyne hagon" <ahagon@st6000.sct.edu>
organization: southern college of technology
subject:      re: 99-x atlanta (very important-igc)

i heard this too . . . now, i understand that amy is playing at eddie's
attic on the 30th, but i thought it was just her solo.  {not that amy is
"just", but you know what i mean.}  anyway, the wnnx {99x} won't say
anything more about it, just says that you have to do some detective
work.

any info, anyone?

nadyne.
{who really really wants her fiance to finally see ig live!}

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date:         tue, 28 may 1996 16:16:13 -0700
reply-to:     james lamar <j.c.lamar@postoffice.worldnet.att.net>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         james lamar <j.c.lamar@postoffice.worldnet.att.net>
subject:      atlanta concert

has anyone heard anything about an i.g. concert on thursday, may 30, in
atlanta?  if so, e-mail me at j.c.lamar@postoffice.worldnet.att.net

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date:         tue, 28 may 1996 15:31:46 +0000
reply-to:     eric d thiel <eric.d.thiel-1@tc.umn.edu>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
comments:     authenticated sender is <thie0080@thie0080.email.umn.edu>
from:         go go gadget!!! <indigo.girl@peter.saab>
organization: none whatsoever.
subject:      complicated girls copies

well...i'm now almost ready to do my part to battle bootleggers of
indigo girls cds, but i'd like some advice. because i have access to
a cd-writeable drive, i'd like to offer cd copies of bootlegs(with
cover art, but not the graphic on the disc), but i'm not sure if i
should do so @ cost, to keep people from supporting the bootlegging
companies, or if i should charge a little extra $$ and send it to
either the ig, or a cause they support.
   please let me know what you think, and also if you might be
interested in buying a cd copy of complicated girls. it would
probably be about 12, plus shipping, to cover the cd and printing.


(only 24 hours before my computer program is due,
and i'm e-mailing  people...oops!!!)
eric.

now playing:  indigo girls - complicated girls

       "to err is human, to moo bovine."

"we fight for freedom, which no good man would surrender, but with his life."

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date:         tue, 28 may 1996 16:54:30 -0400
reply-to:     cburb@aol.com
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from:         cburb@aol.com
subject:      fwd: fw: speech on gay marriage (fwd)

forgive me if this has passed through... and for those it might
offend...however i believe that most of you will appreciate it

*~*~* every where i turn
all the beauty just keeps shaking me*~*~*a. ray
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forwarded message:
from:   taylorel@ccmail.orst.edu (ellen taylor)
to:     prudence.miles@ci.corvallis.or.us, robertsp@vaxa.cis.uwosh.edu,
waranius@vaxa.cis.uwosh.edu, sprout@baraboo.com, cburb@aol.com,
#counseling_&_psych_services_at_inet@mail.orst.edu
date: 96-05-28 12:47:50 edt

another great post off another list.
tj
---------- forwarded message ----------
date: fri, 24 may 96 12:39:08 pdt
subject: fw: speech on gay marriage


---------------original message---------------


i saw this and wanted to pass it on.  it's really a great speech.
i wish clinton would've said the same thing...


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->
->here is the text of the speech iowa rep. ed fallon gave on gay marriage
->in the iowa house 2/20/96:
->
->
->   ladies and gentlemen of the house, i have anguished over this bill,
->not because there is any doubt in my mind as to how i should vote, but
->because i believe strongly that what we are dealing with here is the
->defining
->civil rights issue of this decade.  historically, this issue may prove
->to be the most significant matter we deal with this year, and so i would
->respectfully ask the body's indulgence and attention during this debate.
->  my remarks are directed both toward those who sincerely believe that
->this bill is good and just and to those who know in their hearts and
->consciences that this bill is wrong, but in fear of public opinion and
->of how this issue will be used in campaigns next fall, they are inclined
->to vote in favor of its passage.
->   back in the 1950s, many, many americans were victimized by
->relentless,fear-driven red-baiting.  there was a bolshevik lurking in
->every
->bathroom, and you never knew but your neighbor or even your uncle might
->turn out to be a communist.
->   in the 1990s, red-baiting is out.  but pink-baiting is in.
->gay-bashing, generally thought of as a friday night frolic for
->inebriated thugs, has its parallel expressions in voting booths, city
->council
->halls, and legislative chambers across this country.  today we are
->witnessing
->one of those expressions in the form of this bill.  by singling out gay
->and lesbian marriages as a union unacceptable in the eyes of the law, we
->fuel the fires of ignorance, intolerance, and hatred.
->   and if anyone here thinks that the positions we embrace, the laws
->we enact do not affect the mood of the public, then you have a very low,
->and i believe, a very inaccurate view of the powerful influence we here
->in
->this body exert over the formation of public opinion.  the message
->we're sending today is that it's ok to discriminate against people of a
->different sexual orientation, even though for the most part, that's
->the way they were born and there's nothing they can do to change it.
->and
->for those who would argue that homosexuality is a choice, i ask you:  do
->you really believe that anyone in their right mind would voluntarily
->choose to be in a class of people who are constantly made fun of,
->despised,
->beaten up and even killed, discriminated against, fired from their jobs,
->denied housing, and prevented from marrying?
->   for gay and lesbian people, this array of abuse is par for the
->course. if you believe that homosexuality is a personal choice, then you
->have
->not tried very hard to see this issue from a gay or lesbian person's
->point
->of view.
->   well, i suppose this is as good a time as any for me to come out of
->the closet.  i can't help the way i was born.  it's just who i am.  i've
->never announced this to a group publicly, but i guess it's about time.
->i am
->heterosexual.  i am absolutely certain in my entire being that i could
->never be homosexual, no matter how hard i might try.  i've never been
->attracted to another man in my life, and the idea of engaging in a
->homosexual act is foreign and distasteful to me.  but just as i would
->hope that homosexual men and women could accept me for who i am, i
->promise
->to try to accept them for who they are.  why can't you do the same?  why
->can't we all do the same?
->   hatred grows out of fear, and fear grows out of ignorance.  though
->i've never hated homosexuals, i used to fear them.  when i was a kid
->growing up, the worst name you could call someone was a gay loser.  and
->the
->stereotype that still pervades the minds of many in this chamber --
->that of the highly aggressive, promiscuous gay man seeking countless,
->anonymous relationships -- is the stereotype that i grew up with, and
->the
->stereotype that contributes to volumes of ignorance and volumes of fear.
->   over time, i've come to learn that this stereotype, like most
->stereotypes, is based on hearsay, not fact.  the rogues who may fit
->the previous description are the exception to the rule, just as there
->are
->male heterosexual rogues who are aggressive, promiscuous, and constantly
->hitting on and harassing women.
->   in my evolving experience with homosexuals, familiarity has
->displaced ignorance and dispelled fear.  i now count as friends and
->constituents many same-sex couples.  some have children.  most are in
->long-term, stable relationships.  all are very decent, kind and normal
->people.  i make no effort to judge the integrity of what they do in
->their bedroom, and to their credit, they've never judged the integrity
->of what i do in mine.
->    one lesbian couple i count as friends have two children the same
->age as my son and daughter.  they attend the same elementary school as
->my
->children. they play together.  they go to the same birthday parties.
->they swap overnights.  these two children are healthy, bright, and
->courteous,
->and their parents probably do a better job of parenting than i do.
->   though you may have personal, religious reasons why this
->arrangement seems distasteful to you, there is absolutely no way you
->could
->rationally argue that this is not a stable happy, healthy family.  in a
->pluralistic society that allegedly values the separation of church and
->state, why can we not simply live and let live?  accept the reality that
->this
->couple's religious beliefs on homosexuality are different than yours.
->just
->leave religion out of it, as our founding fathers and mothers saw fit.
->if
->the fruit which falls from the tree is good, the tree must also be good.
->   indeed, there are many religious groups that openly and lovingly
->celebrate unions between same-sex couples.  for example, methodists,
->the united church of christ, congregationalists, reform jews, the
->metropolitan community church, unitarian universalists and quakers.
->   there is no shortage of gay or lesbian couples that value and
->revere marriage.  in fact, just last fall i attended the wedding of two
->women. their son was present.  the wedding was held in a local church.
->it
->was conducted by two ministers.  and there were 150 family members and
->friends of the happy couple there to celebrate with them.
->   yet, we're told by the bill's supporters that we need legislation
->to protect ourselves from this kind of marriage?  no, ladies and
->gentlemen, this is not a marriage-protection bill.  it is emphatically
->an
->anti-marriage bill. this rhetoric used by supporters of hf 2183 may be
->slick but it is grossly inaccurate.  what are you trying to protect
->heterosexual
->marriages from?  there isn't a limited amount of love in iowa.  it isn't
->a
->non-renewable resource.  if amy and barbara or mike or steve love each
->other, it doesn't mean that john and mary can't.
->   marriage licenses aren't distributed on a first-come, first-served
->basis here in iowa.  heterosexual couples don't have to rush out and
->claim marriage licenses now, before they are all snatched up by gay and
->lesbian couples.
->   heterosexual unions are and will continue to be predominant,
->regardless of what gay and lesbian couples do.  to suggest that
->homosexual
->couples in any way, shape or form threaten to undermine the stability of
->heterosexual unions is patently absurd.
->   and i know, you'll say:  "what about the gay agenda?"  well, just
->as there turned out to be no bolsheviks in the bathroom back in the
->1950s, there is no gay-agenda in the 1990s.  there is, however, a
->strong,
->well-funded anti-gay agenda, and we have an example of its efforts
->here before us today.
->    all that gay and lesbian people are asking for is, if not
->understanding, then at least tolerance.  all they are asking for is
->the same basic civil equality that all americans yearn for and should be
->entitled to.
->   to those in this body who know in their hearts and consciences that
->this bill is wrong, yet are afraid to vote against it, i ask you to
->consider the powerful message this bill sends to the people of iowa.
->it sends the message that discrimination against gays and lesbians is
->acceptable and officially sanctioned.  it sends the message that it's
->ok to deny civil and equal rights to some minority groups in our
->society.
->it sends the message that the gift of marriage is good for some yet
->forbidden to others.  and for those in my own party who plan to vote for
->this
->bill, it sends the message that democrats, who have traditionally stood
->up
->for and protected everyone's civil rights, aren't willing to do so in
->the
->case of homosexuals.
->   if you are weighing the political consequences of opposing this
->bill and find they are too heavy, i'd like you to think about the great
->moral changes that have occurred in this country over the past 200
->years.
->ask yourself when you would have felt safe to speak in favor of the
->separation of the colonies from great britain?  when would you have
->taken a
->public stand for the abolition of slavery?  when would you have spoken
->in
->favor of women's suffrage?  in the 1960s, when would you have joined
->martin
->luther king and others in calling for equal rights for african
->americans?  when would you have spoken out against restrictive marriage
->laws
->banning inter-racial marriages?
->   while the choice before us today -- between a green button or a red
->one -- is a difficult one to make, it is nowhere near as difficult or
->dangerous as the choices faced by the many freedom fighters who came
->before us.
->   we're elected not to follow but to lead.  we're elected to cast
->what might sometimes be a difficult, challenging, and politically
->inexpedient vote.  we're elected to represent our constituents when
->they're right, and to vote our consciences regardless of whether our
->constituents are right.  and our conscience should be telling us to
->stand up for civil rights
->regardless of how unpopular it may appear.
->   the reverend dr. martin luther king jr. once said, "a time comes
->when silence is betrayal."  such a time is now.  with your no vote on
->this
->bill, you can help break the silence and stand with those who have no
->one to stand with them.  thank you.
->
->
->* (ed fallon may be reached at efallon@house.legis.state.ia.us)
->
->__________________________________________________________
->

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hi,
     iwent and saw michelle malone on friday night at eddie's attic.  i
had a ball.  she was in great voice but looked tired.  her best song was
"son of a preacher man".  what i wouldn't give to sing like her.
     hey, does anyone have her email address.  i think it's
sunspeak@aol.com.  she told me that she's on aol.  i don't have it so i
can't look her up.  what's this about ig and piedmont park.  details!
details!  details!

bye,
allison

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subject:      jake (nee millan & kenzie) in nyc, philly; last atlanta show!
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we're doing a little east coast tour just before we move- thu. june 13,
at the bitter end in nyc, friday june 14 at walsh's in warminster pa,
sat. june 15 at the richboro pub, both just north of philadelphia.
        and it's kind of a strange day to do it, but our final atlanta
show will be tue. june 4, at eddie's attic. it's a rainy day records
feature night, but even so, there will be an early 7:00 all-ages
no-smoking show, and the regular evening show as well. btw, the evening
show will be pretty electric. we will have finished mastering our new
album a couple of days before, and i suspect the set list will be mostly
new songs off the record.
        so come help us at these benefits for the ryder truck
corporation, and we'll see you in colorado!
        -chris

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subject:      least complicated

okay,  i've been on the list for about a month now, but i haven't really
said anything. but i just want to tell everyone how great you are.  it
makes my day to read everyones thoughts about the ig and stuff like grape
nuts:)  anyway,  lc has been one of my favorites, cause at times in my
life, i just want to go and hide from everyone and the world, and i love
the line "so i just sit up in the house and resist, and not be seen until i
cease to exist, a kind of conscientious objection, a kind of dodging the
draft"  i love it.  it's exactly how i feel.

sundara

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subject:      nigc; audre lorde on p.o.v.

hey girls n' boys !

i'm pretty sure that most folks who appreciate ig know
of the great poet audre lorde....and if you don't...you
need to know about her....

i was just flipping through the new pbs program guide for
june and saw that the series p.o.v will include a showing
of the documenary on her life " a litany for survival : the
life and work of audre lorde".
i saw this at a film fest a year go and was deeply moved.
it is a stunning film. for those of you who live outside the u.s.
it is sometimes shown at film festivals and at colleges....if it
comes to your area run, don't walk, to see it !!!!

the guide has it listed for tuesday, june 18th at midnight...but
the times and days may be different in different areas.

this has been a public service announcement brought to you by:

binky :)

"....poetry is not a luxury. it is a vital necessity for our existence."
(audre lorde)

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subject:      re: a question

working in her garden...

                                (according to emily at the nojf)

- jen hall
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original text
from pat chaney <pooh40@mc.net>, on 5/26/96 5:15 pm:
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so..amys off with ani , and shes doin shows at eddies and she writin
articles for the advocate....what emily doin? anyone know???

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from:         vida <jackels@wizza.agvic.gov.au>
subject:      re: why some like ig and some don't?

> hi,
>      i think that a & e simply put undescribable pain and feelings in
> music and words that makes it all make some sort of crazy sense.  i nhave
> noticed bits of ig song lyrics creeping into my vocabulary.  is that weird?!!
>
> bye for now,
> allison
>
hi all

i try to write out my soul from time to time with a general failure
of eloquence but a&e write for me in a way i wish i could.

i listen to all sorts of other people (kristen hall, michelle
shocked, early melissa, deb conway(oz), michelle malone (when i get
it) but i always come back to a&e.

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

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subject:      indigo swirls/jazz fest boot

blueberrys .... ick ... do people really eat these things ???

any other suggestions ??????


jazz fest 5/2/96 .... finally got my hands on a boot of it .. not the
greatest, but it's nice to hear new stuff ....

"shame on you" will be amy's first hit song ... em's got her beat up until
this song - but it surpases "ctf", "h&an", "g" & "lc"  .... in my opinion at
least - it's my amy side showing through ......

enough for now - just got back from philly -- long weekend .... ahhhhhhhhhh

chris

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subject:      ig's sick of playing ctf ...

it's been mentioned a few times on the list - ya know - "have the ever not
played this in the past 7 years ???" or stuff like that ....

well here's my suggestion - they like crowd participation -- why not just
come out and play, and let the audience sing it all the way through !?!??!?
what a challenge ...

maybe someone could get a note to them before newport :)

enough for now ...

chris

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subject:      re: so beautiful/kristen hall

dan

'sometimes i can just really be sent spiraling around, twirling,
spinning with joy by the richness of this music.'

what an exquisite description.

a&e are perfect in their difference.

i have just got kristen halls "be careful what you wish for" and hear
a similar synergy with kristen and emily in compass.  it is not quite the
same but...

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

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subject:      hello out there!!

no replies...that's awful!  here's the buzz:  ticket forms are
available at www.newportfolk.com.  it's $55 for the two day pass and
$33 for each seperate day.  you can get the two day pass until july
1st so you've got time to burn.  as far as i know the festival never
sells out ahead of time so don't worry about tickets and such.  do
worry about hotels.  where are you coming from anyway?

peace,

gwen

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subject:      an ig moment in key west

        hey ya'll,

        thought i'd delurk for the first time and post an account of my
indigo moment this weekend.

        as a work-related award, my partner received a free 3-day trip from
atlanta to key west for memorial day weekend, along with about 30
co-workers.  each winner got to take one guest, so of course, i tagged along.

        the only planned event of the weekend (meaning the only time we had
to spend with all the other employees) was a "sunset sail" on a chartered
catamaran.  we left the marina about 6:30 on saturday night, sailed out to
the reef (about 8 miles offshore) and, on the return trip, stopped to watch
a spectacular sunset.  well, at least it was spectacular to me--down there,
they happen every day!  :)

        anyway, on the way out we listened to reggae, steel drums, etc.,
which seemed very appropriate for the setting and the temperature (about 85
degrees).  then, just as we were leaving the reef and the sun was about to
set, we heard the girls begin to sing h&n...it was amazing!  the timing was
so perfect...to hear world falls while surrounded by all that natural
beauty, followed by southland in the springtime--it quite simply made _my_
day!   we even saw a dolphin jump sometime during the girls' "concert"!

        after the sun went down and we started back to shore, the music
turned back to reggae & island sounds...the ig songs were the only ones
which weren't exclusively instrumental.

        well, thanks for reading, and thanks for all the terrific insights,
comments and shared thoughts ya'll post every day.

        and now, back to lurking,

        jill

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this is for my wife and other lovers of ibm boxes and all
that goes with them, ms windows, ms dos, ms migraine.
yesterday, my ms word dictionary corrected my use of 'yeast genome' to
'yeast gnome' -- thank you bill.  it is a rewording of _the_raven;
everytime i read it i hear james earl jones' voice reading as
he did on the simpson's first haloween episode.  i believe edgar
allen poe himself must have written _the_raven_ to be read with
jones' voice.
------------

once upon a midnight dreary, fingers cramped and vision bleary,
system manuals piled high and wasted paper on the floor,
longing for the warmth of bedsheets,
still i sat there, doing spreadsheets:
having reached the bottom line,
i took a floppy from the drawer.
typing with a steady hand, i then invoked the save command
but got instead a reprimand:  it read "abort, retry, ignore".

was this some occult illusion?  some maniacal intrusion?
these were choices solomon himself had never faced before.
carefully, i weighed my options.
these three seemed to be the top ones.
clearly, i must now adopt one -
choose : "abort, retry, ignore".

with my fingers pale and trembling,
slowly toward the keyboard bending,
longing for a happy ending, hoping all would be restored,
praying for some guarantee
finally i pressed a key --
but on the screen what did i see?
again: "abort, retry, ignore".

i tried to catch the chips off-guard --
i pressed again, but twice as hard.
luck was just not in the cards,
i saw what i had seen before.
now i typed in desperation,
trying random comninations.
still there came the incantation -
choose: "abort, retry, ignore".

there i sat, distraught, exhausted, by my own machine accosted;
getting up, i turned away and paced across the office floor.
and then i saw an awful sight,
a bold and blinding flash of light,
a lightning bolt that cut the night and shook me to my very core.
the pc screen collapsed and died,
"oh no -- my database", i cried.
i thought i heard a voice reply,
"you'll see your data -- nevermore!"

to this day i do not know
the place to which our data goes
perhaps it goes to heaven where the angels have it stored.
but as for productivity - well,
i fear that it goes straight to hell.
and that's the tale i have to tell -
your choice: abort, retry, ignore.
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gam*ut
        n.
        1. a complete range; extent, as in: a face that expressed the gamut of
        emotion, from rage to peaceful contentment.
        2. the entire series of recognized musical notes.
        etymology:  middle english, the musical scale < medieval latin gamma
ut: gamma, lowest note of
        the medieval scale (< greek gamma, gamma) + ut, lowest note of the
ancient scale.
        (the notes of the scale are named after syllables in a latin hymn to
saint john the
        baptist that were sung to the notes: ut queant laxis re sonare fibris
mi ra gestorum
        fa muli tuorum, sol ve polluti la bii reatum, s ancte i ohannes.)
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subject:      hello?

have i been cut off? i haven't received any mail in the past few days:(
help me!
ben

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subject:      amy & friends at eddie's

hey all...

     i guess i'm still in a trance from last night. my ears are still
ringin', woke up with a headache like my head against a board.

wow. this show was just incredible... it was amy, michael, shelia and
danielle howe. there was another girl playin the flute. <gees, i should know her name by
now>. em didn't show. <what's she got goin' on anyway>?

a played an acoustic & electric guitar and mandolin. michael played an
acoustic, a bongo type drum and flute. danielle played acoustic guitar and harmonica.
shelia played electric violin and bass.

the set list: (note: this is just from memory. it's not the actual list).

set one

hand me downs
city of sin
solo by danielle
don't give that girl a gun
michael song
danielle song
displaced in the new south
shame on you
normal town
danielle tells story about her equipment & car and neighbors
danielle song
dead man's hill <was glad to hear this - been ringin' in my head all day>
michael song
danielle song <somethin' 'bout 5 minutes of your time>

set two

flute solo <i think>
cut it out
2 worlds
danielle song
amy song 'bout anorexia
michael song
danielle song <host for the most??>
more songs...
closed with a flute solo <by the girl>

     i did get to speak to michael and amy. i asked michael about what's the buzz. and
amy, i was so dumbfounded i couldn't think of anything important to ask so i just said i
thought it was a great show. kinda of dumb i suppose.
     let's see... other details....
a reserved a table for her parents whom i didn't have the pleasure of seeing or meeting.
the house was packed... sardines come to mind but that's ok...
danielle had a couple stories that were pretty entertaining...
spoke to eddie briefly... asked 'em when a's commin' back. she's not currently scheduled
but said to call later.
a said - guess emily not showing up <or something to that effect>...

      that's about all i can think of. it was definately a show to remember... so glad i
live here :)

                                                          kim

note: like i said, just in case anyone reads this that went, this is just from memory
and things may be left out or not exact.

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subject:      re: indigo-girls digest - <first ever> to 29 may 1996

okay, is anyone out there getting the digest? i didn't get it from
tuesday until today, and neither has susan h., and nether has rick
sayre...what is the deal? is there a malfunkshun?

just curious. hope ya'll are well.it is kinda pathetic that
the lack of this list in my dialy grind has left me sooooo
vaklemft!!!!

susan

"now i know that a refuge never grows
from a chin in a hand and a thoughtful pose...
gotta tend to the earth if you want a rose"
                                -emily saliers

smarine@cc.colorado.edu

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subject:      test...

sorry about this but i'm not sure if my posts are getting to the list.

testing...

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in-reply-to:  your message of "fri, 31 may 1996 12:57:45 edt."
              <960531125745_314973716@emout12.mail.aol.com>

i haven't either - i figured everyone had gone home (or maybe to
the moon...) for the summer :)

-sarah


in message <960531125745_314973716@emout12.mail.aol.com>you write:
>have i been cut off? i haven't received any mail in the past few days:(
>help me!
>ben
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from:         krae <krae@atlcom.net>
subject:      re: amy & friends at eddie's
x-to:         bertin lefkovic <indigboy@eden.rutgers.edu>

bertin lefkovic wrote:

> you didn't happen to tape this show, did you?

> bert

  hey there,

         unfortunately i didn't. they don't allow recording devices, and i didn't want
to take a chance of getting thrown out, although i saw some cameras flashing.
and..., i forgot to mention this a few minutes ago so i thought i'd send this to the
list, there was a camera crew that filmed it. i asked one of them how i could get a copy
and he didn't really give me an answer. not that he was rude but i think he was just
there to film it, didn't really know about the release. so, maybe it will come out
sometime. think i'll give the attic a call to find out something about it and will post
any info asap. if anyone beats me to it please post!!

                                                        kim

again, sorry for the test post.

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subject:      days of wine and roses (again!)

hey, y'all.  sorry to clutter up the list, but my clumsy mouse deleted some
of my mail,
and i lost/forgot the person's name/e-mail address with whom i am trading
something for dowar. please write back so we can start trading...
thankyoureallynicelisterswhowillnotflamemefortakinguplistspace!  =)

i guess i'll have to get a less-trigger-happy mouse...;)

peace, love, and indigo days,
carrie (ponygirl)

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reply-to:     krae <krae@atlcom.net>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         krae <krae@atlcom.net>
subject:      re: amy & friends at eddie's
x-cc:         bertin lefkovic <indigboy@eden.rutgers.edu>

> bertin lefkovic wrote:
>
> > you didn't happen to tape this show, did you?

> > bert

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*  somethin's up with post delivery. i got an error on this so i'm sendin' it again.*
*  really sorry if this is a duplicate.                                             *
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   hey there,

        unfortunately i didn't. they don't allow recording devices, and i didn't want to
take a chance of getting thrown out, although i saw some cameras flashing. and..., i
forgot to mention this a few minutes ago so i thought i'd send this to the list, there
was a camera crew that filmed it. i asked one of them how i could get a copy and he
didn't really give me an answer. not that he was rude but i think he was just there to
film it, didn't really know about the release. so, maybe it will come out sometime.
think i'll give the attic a call to find out something about it and will post any info
asap. if anyone beats me to it please post!!

                                                         kim
  again, sorry for the test post.

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date:         fri, 31 may 1996 13:46:44 -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>
subject:      hello? part two

hello?

hmmmm.. i haven't been receiving any list mail either... and i have
sent some and didn't receive those either...

what's going on?

peace y'all,
'
'
dan perkins,
,
"now i'm trying to get back
where i know that i should be,
ohh, i was hoping i was just
a temporary absentee..       "
                    -gerard mchugh

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date:         fri, 31 may 1996 14:59:42 -0400
reply-to:     rgcs1123@aol.com
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subject:      nigc-test

like many others, i'm having delivery problems.
i need to post a long message soon and i want to check the system.
rena

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date:         fri, 31 may 1996 16:32:36 -0400
reply-to:     rgcs1123@aol.com
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subject:      re: test /nff t-shirt offer
x-to:         krae@atlcom.net

hi,
i'm also having a lot of trouble posting to the list and i have a t-shirt
idea for nff.
this is a test also.
more to follow if this works.
thanks,
rena

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date:         fri, 31 may 1996 16:43:10 edt
reply-to:     marvin the martian <103660.214@compuserve.com>
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from:         marvin the martian <103660.214@compuserve.com>
subject:      i(*$%&^@!+=\~~~

greetings earthlings

we  from  the  planet  alpha  hydroxy  were  scanning  for  intelligent  life
forms  on  earth  several  days  ago  and  received  extremely  high
intelligence  emissions  from  this  source

we  have  taken  many  of  the  socalled  listees  back  with   us  to  our
brillant  planet  for  further  study  thus  the  insufficient  email  you  have
been  receiving    never  fear  however     they  shall  be  returned  soon  and
in  tact     then  your  ancient  form  of  communication  what  you  refer  to
as  postings can  commence

after  you  read  this  you  will  forget  everything  written  in  this
message   likewise  none  of  the  list  specimens  will  recall  ever  visiting
alpha  hydroxy

this  message  is  simply  for  damage control  as  you  earthlings  are  fond
of  saying  so  you  do  not  work  what  minute  portions  of  your  brain
that   you  do  use  into  oblivion

i  shall  also  let  you  in on  a  little  secret  since  you  are  not
permitted  to  remember  this  anyway    you  will  like  telepathorian
communication  much  better     of  course  it's  likely  to  be  thousands  of
years  before  your  kind discover  and  make efficient  use  of  it

forgetfully  yours

*(^&$#

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date:         fri, 31 may 1996 14:25:05 -0700
reply-to:     karey weisman eals <karey@u.washington.edu>
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from:         karey weisman eals <karey@u.washington.edu>
subject:      nigc-folklife long shot

hey everybodeeeee!

i'm just going to assume the list is working, or will work sometime soon.
keep the faith!!

ok, here's my request.  did any of you pacific northwesterners happen to
tape the women's concert from folklife on memorial day (last monday) from
7 to 11?  it was broadcast on kuow, 94.9.  i was there, and at folklife
all day, or i would've.  it was a great concert all around, with a nice
variety of performers, so i'd be eternally grateful.

thanks y'all,
karey

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date:         tue, 28 may 1996 16:52:35 edt
reply-to:     lorinda wright <lw01@lehigh.edu>
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from:         lorinda wright <lw01@lehigh.edu>
subject:      re: indigo dream

>they played for a while them there was an intermission. amy was on stage but
>didn't sing.  we saw a girl- lorinda (i've never met her :]) walked on stage
>and gave them a flower.  then she was sitting near the stage, janet and i got
>up and moved to where she was sitting.  i went to the bathroom, saw emily's
>construction boots under the door and waited for her to come out.  when she
>did i said hello and told her that i loved the shows in no...


ok, can i just laugh uproariously at the fact that i am now being dreamed
about by list members i've never met? *hahahahahaha* hell, i think that's
pretty funny. good dream, though. i'm glad i got to do that in your dream,
even though i have no memory of it. gee, i hope i was dressed ok, and didn't
say anything stupid to them, and didn't have a booger or something on my nose
when i met them and gave them the flower. ;)

folkisgruven,
lorindigo
driving...


lorinda wright            "...and we walk in the world of safe people
lw01@lehigh.edu            and at night we walk into our houses and burn."
lehigh university                                - dar williams
bethlehem, pa

                  i will not be complacent

"jump, jangle, jiggle and rock. fly through the sky. sail across the top.
spin out, give out, give in. you're alive!"  -melissa ferrick

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date:         fri, 31 may 1996 17:45:12 gmt
reply-to:     patricia hite <phite@cybergate.net>
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from:         patricia hite <phite@cybergate.net>
subject:      least complicated

since i love reading all of your wonderful interpretations i thought i'd
start writing my opinion.

least complicated:
even though this song is so "listenable" emily still deals with some pretty
serious subjects.  it seems as though she has lost her youth and innocence
in a way, and now has developed a shield between her and future lovers
(gonna have to recall it isn't love it's only something new).  at the same
time however i notice that this can happen in almost every relationship.
once we get close to someone and let down our guard we'll do anything for
that person (skipping my class...running from school...bought you that
ring..etc.) and in the end when the relationship ends we promise ourselves
we'll be smarter next time.  the fact of the matter is we never learn. it's
just a cycle. hence, "the hardest to learn was the least complicated". it
seems so obvious you'd think we'd learn but we never will.  just one angle....


thanks for readin'---rob

p.s.  i love the line about "just stick the right formula in, a solution for
every fool" because i'm hating calculus and always wonder why that is what
they teach us in school.

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date:         tue, 28 may 1996 17:24:25 -0400
reply-to:     "rahadyan timoteo (tim) sastrowardoyo" <tisast@nytimes.com>
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from:         "rahadyan timoteo (tim) sastrowardoyo" <tisast@nytimes.com>
subject:      re: complicated girls copies on cd
x-to:         indigo.girl@peter.saab

i would vote to charge a little extra -- even as much as $20. plus
shipping -- and to give the additional money to a cause supported by
the ig (such as habitat for the homeless, e.g.).

just my two cents.

rahadyan

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date:         tue, 28 may 1996 23:21:49 +0100
reply-to:     sharon jennings <rcxsj@unix.ccc.nottingham.ac.uk>
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from:         sharon jennings <rcxsj@unix.ccc.nottingham.ac.uk>
subject:      eddie's attic (nigc)

hi folks,

i need some help from someone who knows atlanta. i'm here in the usa from
england and i want to go to the show at eddie's attic on thursday. can
someone give me directions from greenville, south carolina please? road 83
will get me to atlanta but i need to know which exit etc. please bear in
mind that american cities totally confuse me and on top of that i'm
directionally challenged :)

alternatively, if i arrive in atlanta on a greyhound bus, where is eddie's
attic in relationship to the bus station and how do i get from the bus
station to eddie's?

many thanks
sharon

"i can't imagine having separate careers. my greatest fear is that it'll end."
                                                  emily saliers
               "my greatest fear is that emily has a fear that it'll end."
                                                     amy ray

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date:         fri, 31 may 1996 21:03:20 -0400
reply-to:     mrobert824@aol.com
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from:         mrobert824@aol.com
subject:      a "victory" for radar rose
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  opening, tonight in roanoke, va, for 80's big name bands "survivor" and
"the guess who", radar rose played in, finally, a place that truly suits
their sound and their message.  i've had the chance to see this band play in
venues such as- coffee house style otey's in birmingham, al, everybody's
favorite acoustic venue in decatur, ga- eddie's attic, and roanoke bar- the
coffee pot, but tonight i got the treat of seeing them where they truly
belong-- roanoke's victory stadium..  "is it stadium rock?  it is a stadium
message" says their band mission..
   tonight they were in true "rocknroll" form, a form that this band does not
have to work at in the least bit..  in yet unseen fashion( till tonight) by
this listener bassist sonny cambell sported an electric bass for part of the
set, and lead singer, jane gabrielle, sported a guitar as red as the rose in
their name-- i dunno if it sounded any better, but it made the visuals
spectatular..
    okay, so the sound?  after some early problems w/ not being able to hear
flautist and back up singer, anastasia mooney, very well things got rarin'..
they opened w/ a pleaser of mine-- get to dance..  and also a crowd
pleaser..  played more cuts off their cd-- flyin' high, take a dare, rise (my
personal favorite), and the one that got the crowd truly in the radar rose
groove-- blue.. that ends w/ jane wailin' like i've never heard and talkin'
about needin' not just a bottle of wine to make the blues go away, but
needin' a gallon of wine..     and finally, much to my disappointment-- it
ended.. but it ended w/ a flair.. playing "joe" *unfortunately not on the cd*
saxaphonist, don clifton, and drummer, mike balkom, ended the set with an
interplay between a sax and a drum set like i've never heard before.. in fact
i rarely hear any two instruments create an interplay like that..
  thank you radar rose for an hour of killer music..

  if you are stuck in an "atlanta music groove" that you can't seem to get
out of -- get out of it now!! *grin* go pick up their cd-- one dozen live
roses.. amazing what the mountains of va have produced..

they are also online-- radarose@aol.com  and::
http://www.mindspring.com/~water/rose.html  call rainy day to get this cd--
1-800-636-6166

and of note-- caroline aiken will be playing with radar rose, in roanoke, va
at the coffee pot on 20 july.. i'm excited!

*smile*

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date:         fri, 31 may 1996 21:52:05 -0400
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from:         sanawike1@aol.com
subject:      that darned cd that i'm having trouble obtaining...

hello, list! =)
      though many kind souls have offered to dub the new cd (you know, that
one with the live "reunion" on it...) i still would like to find a way to get
it on cd... someone said that it's a possibility, (i really do appreciate
this and i would _love_ it if it would still work out, so do keep me
informed, okay?) but, as michelle (my goddess) malone would say, "i'm working
on a sure thing..." i was just wondering if there's anyone out there to whom
i've not yet spoken who is able to get a copy of this... i am willing to do
many, many demeaning things for the kind soul who can assist me in this
venture... end of begging.  peace, love, and vulcan mind meld, sarah

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date:         fri, 31 may 1996 22:25:40 -0600
reply-to:     greg matthew flamer <gflame@nwu.edu>
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from:         greg matthew flamer <gflame@nwu.edu>
subject:      what to do when you don't get list mail-revised!

i posted this a month ago when the list was down for a day or so.  i feel
it needs to posted again for any newcomers since the list died for several
days this time.  ciao!
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after the recent explosion on the list i feel this would be a fine time to
send out a friendly reminder to new folks on the list about what to do when
you haven't received mail from the list in ohhhh... five minutes or so.

first off--don't panic!  if you are this dependent on getting email from
the list you need professional help.  my internet crisis hotline number is
1-800-email-anon.  professionals can help you get through the crisis until
the list is back in working order.

second--don't post messages like "haven't gotten list in two seconds help
me" or  "i need my ig fix.  where is the list?????????????"  or "testing
one two six thirty"  this is really annoying to read all at once when the
list comes back and starts working again.

rather--send an email to a friend you know on the list privately and ask
such questions like "gee ig friend, i haven't received the list in some
time now.  is it me and my faulty server or is the list down?"  this is a
much better way to eliminate clutter on the list.

the list has a lag sometimes so just chill out if you don't receive it
right away.  the messages will come and if it is down you'll know it.

thank you--back to your regularly scheduled igc

greg

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date:         tue, 28 may 1996 23:50:05 -0400
reply-to:     katie mccurry <ktm@utkux.utcc.utk.edu>
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from:         katie mccurry <ktm@utkux.utcc.utk.edu>
subject:      re: reverse one for sale
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i got mine for $15!!!!!!!!!!!!(not sealed)- katie ><}}}">

on fri, 24 may 1996 mrobert824@aol.com wrote:

> i got my reverse 1 for 80.00 sealed... 200.00 is too much to pay!
>
> -brooke
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