lifeblood: listlogs: 1996-07a


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date:         sun, 30 jun 1996 21:11:52 -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:      bumbershoot 96!!!! yeahhhhh!!!

so, after going through all of my saved messages i figured out how to
switch to digest form before leaving to help staff a six-day high school
conference in the secluded woods of purdy, wa.  luckily i didn't go to
no-mail like i had originally planned, because when i got home i found the
fortunate news that our girls are coming to seattle and i don't have to
win the lotto to see them in newport!!!!  i submit that god is smiling on
me this summer.  so i have been researching this situation and i need to
share some info....it was posted that bumbershoot is a one-admission
concert-arts etc. festival, and your admission gets you into all the
concerts provided that you are willing to stand in line.  now, this will
be true for michelle malone, caroline aiken and probably ani difranco as
well, but i am willing to bet a large sum of money that ig will be in the
colliseum (or the key arena if they move things around this year) and what
i am getting at is that seperate admission will be charged.  this is good,
because you won't have to get in line at 1am for a 9pm show.  this is also
bad, because (a) we pay twice for the show, (b) we pay ticketmonster loads
of money, and (c) this puppy will sell in seconds.  now, i called tm this
afternoon and the only tickets that have gone on sale are elvis costello,
and i believe he sold out.  i asked when tickets would go on sale and he
didn't know.  this indicates to me that they will be sold by tm after all.

i realize i have reduced all the seattlites' chances of getting tickets by
divulging this info worldwide!  but sharing info is what this list is
about, and i'm sure we will do our best to help everyone who can be there
and wants to go (duh!) get there.  we have thus far mobilized a whole lot
of people who planned to come to see ca, mm, ad etc. at this fun (but
warning: expensive!) festival and since i seem to be the one doing the
mobilizing, go ahead and email me if/when you know you are planning to be
in seattle for this event.  i scoured the rocket today to find out if the
sell dates had been published and found nothing, so i will let the list
know when they will go on sale.  one way or another, i will be there and
jessi will be with me, so i hope to see lots of you there!

i am pumped!!!! :)

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"when you were born, you cried and the world rejoiced.  live your life in
such a way that, when you die, the world cries and you rejoice."--chief
seattle

******gwen keyt******
seattle pacific university
bsn class of 1997
gkeyt@paul.spu.edu

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date:         mon, 1 jul 1996 01:56:53 -0400
reply-to:     water <water@nrv.net>
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from:         water <water@nrv.net>
subject:      re: the ep and more... legal?
x-to:         rainy@mindspring.com

> it did make me laugh though when someone said they have a big heart
>. . . to sell us the cd for nearly $40 (ppd).
>
>but the thing that annoyed me most was the packaging. they didn't even put
>a sticky paper label on the actual cd (which would have cost what, 5 cents
>max?).... very cheap looking.... i can understand why they didn't
>want to use pics of either amy or emily but they could have used
>*something* to make it look nice. duuh. ;)
>

>they could make a lot more money if they sold it for
>$25 indefinitely. i guess they wanted a little collector's item type thing
>though with the ep & more. personally i would rather they just sold it for
>$25 on an unlimited run but oh well. :)

        i'm about to say somethings that could possible draw a lot of
flames, but i don't care.. i gotta say something..

        this post, and a post before it make y'all sound like spoiled little
brats.. do y'all really realize how *lucky* you are to have the ep and
more???  are y'all aware that you can't get recordings of color me grey that
are that excellent in quality w/o practically taping it off the actual
recording??  and are you also aware that some of the things on that cd you
can't get anywhere? besides on that cd??  *and* are you also aware that
originally there were only going to be 25 made, but after this list found
out about it the person who was making these cds decided to do 175 more,
*mainly to satisfy the wants and wishes of *this list*?  the indigo girls
are an internationally known band, and to be able to get a hold of any thing
that is not put out by epic is lucky.. to be able to get a hold of anything
like this is *extremely* lucky.. i was *extremely* thankful to rainy day
when i found out about this cd..  and b/c of the rarity of the recordings
rainy day records could have charged a lot more for this cd, but they
didn't.. as far as packaging and covering the disks, well.. when you get
something like this, ya gotta take it.. personally i'd like to see y'all put
out something that has the quality of this..  if you do, let me know and
i'll eat these words..  and lastly, as far as the legality of this disk,
well.. after talking to perry about the legality of the other indigo girls
bootlegs, and realizing that amy and emily, being that they live in atlanta,
could walk into rainy day at any time and discover these bootlegs, i was
assured that productions like this were not a problem in that category..

enough said.. just think about how lucky you are to have access to sounds
like this.. in the end it's not the packaging that this cd is all about..
its the sound that this cd delivers..  and then think about how fortunate
you are to be able to have this sound of a band that you obviously love so
much..

-brooke

"sit by a river, find peace and meaning in the rhythm of the lifeblood of
the earth..."  -anonymous

"...you and i are so savage, with a gift for damage; you and i go breaking
bones,
wrecking all the happy homes..." -viva la diva
_____________________________________________________________________________
                           gay but not narrow
                http://www.mindspring.com/~water/rose.html
diviant: fan of             diviant rosehip                  rosehip: fan of
viva la diva                                                 radar rose

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date:         mon, 1 jul 1996 02:06:35 -0700
reply-to:     andrade <andrade@az.com>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         andrade <andrade@az.com>
subject:      ep & more

i feel bad i gave people the impression that i didnt appreciate the fact
we were given the chance to order "the ep & more." if anybody out there
can get a word to the people who made the cd or the folks at rdr please
let them know we really do appreciate them making it available to us and
for printing extra copies. the sound quality *is* what's most important. i
listen to my copy alllll the time and i swear it's a good thing i live
alone. if i had a roommate she'd have broken the cd by now just to stop me
from playing it again. :)

i was just thinking how cool it would be if they'd now do a printing of
blue food on cd. *drool* :) :) :)

hitting repeat,
kristina

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date:         mon, 1 jul 1996 12:42:09 +0000
reply-to:     fnoguerd@etsit.upv.es
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
comments:     authenticated sender is <fnoguerd@hercules.etsit.upv.es>
from:         alumno etsi telecomunicacion <fnoguerd@etsit.upv.es>
organization: universidad politecnica
subject:      (fwd) (fwd) (fwd) new fan questions

hi y'all!
we're both two ig-fans.we've been watching the list the last 2
months and this is our first message.i'm just to end-up with my
finals and we're preparing some music buys,before that we'd like to
get some info:(sorry but it's a little bit long)
------part 1-some questions--------------
1-there's a gold disc in cdnow! that seems to be just the same than
the indigo girls debut (same songs) but it's almost 35$.is there any
difference? remasterized or so??
2-which are the songs of the uk compilation "4.5"?
3-how can we get watershed and /or jcs in pal??we re a little bit
confused 'cause we got by luck "live at uptown..". in pal and it seems
to be made in the usa .is it easier in europe,usa or australia?
4-i'd like the peta cd's with ig&rem sons.is it possible?
5-we have a lot of boots of rem and one of those is a live concert
25/sept/88 where rem&ig sing together:i'll give you my skin,midnight
train to ga,harpers,summertime,...the sound is acceptable.is this
boot very known ?
-----part 2-music suggestions-----
we love ig an we love too(this are our olympus):
rem:perfect .forbiden to lose:"automatic for the people".from the
stuff that dreams are done..
tracy chapman:everything she sings is fantastic.a touch deep fom the
heart.
billy bragg:after all:"don't try this at home"
ecostello:everything good but his best's are:"mighty like a rose"
"spike" &"brutal youth"
housemartins:british perfect.not lose:"that's what i call quite
good".total joy
texas(scottish group):very good "rick's road"
....mmmm..heaven is made of this
-----part iii-we...
ferran nogueroles d'oliveira & monica soutto ferreira
universitat politecnica valencia-spanish east coast,europe.
thanks in advance for your answers and your help,sorry but i wont be
able to see my mail in a week (...exams) and so the next week we'll
se you.sorry but i've lost some of my mail and i don't know the very
last news...
greetings:
ciao......auf wiedersehen!!...au revoir... adeu...hasta pronto!!

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date:         mon, 1 jul 1996 09:09:47 -0400
reply-to:     ncrobino@aol.com
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         ncrobino@aol.com
subject:      1996 ig list shirts ordering information..1 week left!!!!!!

order now!  one week is left to get your orders through the mail and in my
hand so that you don't miss out!
july 9th.......  have your orders in the mail no later than this friday!!!!!!
thanks!


please read the following carefully...then let me know if you still have any
questions :)  thanks.
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the 1996 official "unofficial" indigo girls list t-shirt

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if you are web impaired (don't have web access), please read the very bottom
of this message for a description of the shirt :)  thanks.

please save this message!
the following will be all the info you need to get your t-shirt.  this is
the
only time the shirts will be printed...and all orders must be received by
july 9th, 1996.
this means have it in the mail no later than the 6th!  ok,
to see the shirt, designed by deb, check it out on my home page.

see it directly at:
http://members.aol.com/ncrobino/igshirt.htm

or you can check out my whole home page, starting at the begining:
http://members.aol.com/ncrobino/robspage.htm

the ig shirt page has all the info to order as well.  so please forward that
address to anyone you may think might be interested in a shirt so that they
can check out the design too.

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ordering and shirt info

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the shirts are completely a volunteer effort on my part and deb's part.  we
both have volunteered our time and talents to bring this shirt to the
list...hence, they will be sold at cost!  absolutely no money is being made
on these shirts...therefore we must have a minimum of 50 shirts ordered in
order for us to break even.  if there is any money left over, which is very
doubtful, it will be donated to a charity that me and deb agree on and
believe in.
ok,
the shirts will be printed on 100% organic fabric.  they will have an earthy
look to them, and will be completely environmentally safe!  this was a bit
more ($1/shirt), but we think it is worth it!  the shirts are very durable
and thick....excellent quality!
the shirts will go as follows:
l     $14.50
xl   $14.50
xxl  $15.50

that is it!  $3.50 is added into that price for shipping and handling ($3
for
first class, $.50 for the envelope)...so you really can't beat $11 to $12
bucks for the shirt.  we are very proud that we kept the price so low, we
had
to shop around :)
to order:
i must receive your order before july 9th!  i will be moving to ecuador in
august and i must have enough time to get the shirts printed and then
shipped
out to everyone.  i am sorry, i can't have any acceptions due to this
restraint.  so order for friends and let them pay you back:)
what to send:
1. send a cashiers check, money order (made out to rob augino), or cash (at
your risk) for the amount indicated above.  remember, shipping is included
(if you have an international order, please add a few extra bucks.).

2.also, please don't forget this!  send a shipping label with your order.
  remember, print the address you want your shirt sent to on the shipping
label.  be sure to print your label clear and legibly!  it will be used on
your package and you don't want it going to columbia instead of
california...know what i mean?

that is it!  please check out the home page for extra details..and if you
have any questions at all...feel free to email me immediately!  i am very
accessible and will answer any questions anyone might have.
also, if you are going to order....please send me an email, just to let me
know.  thanks:)

thats it!  oh yeah, an address:
rob augino
7504 dunbar rd.
wilmington, nc 28405
usa
take care everyone and i hope to hear from you soon!  thanks for the
support!
rob augino
ncrobino@aol.com


i figured it would be best to send out written description of the t-shirt
for those of you out there who may not have web access. get comfy in chair
and try to imagine this......

the shirt itself: a 100% certified organic cotton t-shirt (which means the
little ole cotton plants get to live in the field free of pesticides and
other junk). the shirt color is "natural" (ya know, off-white).

the front design: a left chest imprint that represents the girls. it
consists of two iconish/hieroglyphic guitar playing characters (similar to
the ones on the indicated ii cover). one rests in a mustardy colored not so
perfect rectangle and resides next to one in a burgandyish not so perfect
rectangle. the words "power of two" are in a handwritten looking font and
reversed out of a black not so perfect oval that rests above the
characters. below the image is the address of the list.

and if had the patience to draw
that with the keyboard characters
i would put it here --------------------->

the back image: one of amy's streams interspersed with lyrics by emily that
echo the stream's sediments. amy's words are in an upper case distressed
type font and printed in the burgandy color. emily's words are in a
lowercase handwritten looking font and printed in the mustard color. the
words are as follows:

i will walk down the street
i will walk down the street
i will walk down the street and i will hold my head high.

(my life is part of the global life)

i will walk down the street and i will say hello to everybody
and i will hold my head high.
i will say hello to everyone

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

i will not be ashamed
i will fall down and i will get back up again
i will not be ashamed

(nobody gets a lifetime rehearsal, as specks of dust we're universal)

i will not be complacent
i will not be complacent
i will not be complacent

(by grace my sight grows stronger)

and we will not be complacent
and we will not be complacent
and we will not be ashamed

(my place is of the sun)

and we will be alive
and we will be happy
and we will walk down the street
and we will smile and we won't worry about it

(each life has its place)

we will not be racist
we will not be sexist
we will not be homophobic
we will not hate

(the evil ego and the vice of pride
is there ever anything else that makes us take our different sides?)

we will love we will love we will love we will love
we will love the ones we hate
we will love the ones we hate

(little version of the symbol from the front)

...it's all in our hands
got to learn to respect what we don't understand
we are fortunate ones, fortunate ones i swear... (in burgandy)

words and lyrics by amy ray and emily saliers
all rights are theirs (in the mustardy color)

well that's about it. if after all of that you still can't imagine what it
looks like and if you have any kind of software that will allow you to view
a jpeg or eps file, let me know i can email you a file to view. or if those
little letters mean nothing to you i can fax you or snail mail you a
print-out of the design if you really, really need to see it before
ordering. just let me know!
thanks again.
rob augino

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date:         mon, 1 jul 1996 11:41:22 -0400
reply-to:     "derek l. duncan" <104250.2055@compuserve.com>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         "derek l. duncan" <104250.2055@compuserve.com>
subject:      re: ep & more
x-to:         andrade <andrade@az.com>

one more reminder about the ep and more..... recordable disks are
supposedly not as durable as conventional pressed cds.  it is my
understanding that direct sunlight and/or high heat may harm the disk.

just some friendly advice.

derek

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date:         mon, 1 jul 1996 12:04:24 -0500
reply-to:     "kirsten,
              grrl o' cognitive dissonance" <t1kchevalier@wellesley.edu>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         "kirsten,
              grrl o' cognitive dissonance" <t1kchevalier@wellesley.edu>
subject:      re: (fwd) (fwd) (fwd) new fan questions
x-to:         fnoguerd@etsit.upv.es

> 4-i'd like the peta cd's with ig&rem sons.is it possible?
you can order this on cassette (cd doesn't seem to be available) for a mere
$2 (plus shipping) from vegan action. check out
http://www.vegan.org/catalog/tameyourself.html
it is rumored to be an excellent compilation -- includes kd lang, the b-52s
, the pretenders, erasure, exene, the late lamented river phoenix, and more
. plus, your $2 goes to a good cause.
kirsten

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date:         mon, 1 jul 1996 12:20:02 -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:      ig at atlanta gpp

hi ya'll!
well, i didn't meet up with any ig listers at the atlanta pride parade.
i was too busy walking around looking at stuff!!! (could you believe all
of those tents? *wow* there were so many tents, that you could hardly
get through the crowd of em!!)

i just wanted to mention that the shows were incredible...and it was
so nice to finally have ig there. (i had always wondered where they
were in years past.) special note to make: emily said that she and
her gf, as well as her family, marched in the parade. (how did i miss
that?!!!!!) for all those ppl out there who always want to know what they
wore.....emily had on shorts and a t-shirt (looked like umbros), and amy
had on a black t-shirt and black jeans.

it was sooooo hot, but soooo fun!!!!!

-sherry <--who
           can't believe that she didn't get a picture of sean (pedro
           zamora's husband from 'real world')...heck, my gf had to
           tell me that it was him. there were so many wonderful
           speakers/guests there.

ps. but, i did get pictures of amy and emily on stage, as well as kristen
hall.

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date:         mon, 1 jul 1996 12:28:29 -0400
reply-to:     harveybri@aol.com
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         brian harvey <harveybri@aol.com>
subject:      regarding galileo lyrics
x-to:         kdeis@phoenix.kent.edu

here is my two cents on the meaning of galileo -- for those who care!

like most indigo girl's tunes, i think the song "galileo" can be interpreted
on a couple different levels.  there is, to be sure, a theme of
reincarnation, namely the assertion that who we are is a component not just
of our current live's experiences but instead a culmination of multiple
experiences over multiple lives.  in fact, the lyric "i think i'll write a
book" is a jab at shirley mcclaine, whom a&e do not apparently hold in high
regard.  my guess is that shirley's fantastical and dramatic verses on
reincarnation do not jive with emily's gentler, less sensational views.

but what about the reference to galileo?  this is the interpretation of the
song that i find most cool.  as y'all know, galileo was persecuted by the
catholic church for theories that were later proved accurate.  the church
finally forgave him, centuries later.  the irony here, and in my opinion the
main point of the song, is that the catholic church, as well as the rest of
the world, continues to persecute groups of people today.  forgiving galileo
was pure hindsight -- while we continue to persecute modern galileos on a
daily basis.  these groups include ethnic and religious minorities, gays,
etc.  emily asks, "how long till my soul gets it right?" e.g how long will it
be before we recognize our injustices as they occur, instead of decades or
centuries later.   we continually pat ourselves on the back for advances made
in race relations, but somehow forget how much racism continues today.

anyway, emily's point (i think) is that we could all use some of galileo's
"night vision" and "insight", namely his ability to recognize what is right
long before the rest of the world.

any thoughts?

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date:         mon, 1 jul 1996 10:52:32 -0800
reply-to:     bonster@alaska.net
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         bonster@alaska.net
subject:      color me grey

color me bonehead!

i was just dubbing a copy of color me grey for a listmember (hi, maggie!)
and i, uh, well...i accidentally taped over my copy of cmg with the blank i
was supposed to copy onto. that's what i get for turning down the volume to
answer the phone. grr.

anyway, is there a kind listie who has a good copy of cmg and is willing to
dub it for me? i can trade, or do the blank and postage thang.

thanks in advance,
-bon

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date:         mon, 1 jul 1996 13:16:20 cdt
reply-to:     russ rutter <russ@dexmn.com>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         russ rutter <russ@dexmn.com>
subject:      honor the earth

if anyone wants more information on the honor the earth campaign or would like
to know anbout some neat merchandise from last years indigo girls honor the
earth tour send me your mailing address at omi@dexmn.com and i'll get something
out to you right away.  thanks a
peace, russ
&

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date:         mon, 1 jul 1996 14:49:56 edt
reply-to:     "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
subject:      pride day info

hi y'all. for those of us who live a gazillion miles from atlanta, can we have
some more info about the pride day march? like who else spoke and did a and e
sing or just speak, and if so what did they sing, and all that junk?

a very curious lister--
susan
....who lives in new hampshire, where she was told by the local convenience
mart owner that "there ain't no gay folks around here" when inquiring about the
lack of diversity in the area. tee hee. pretty funny, or sad, however you wanna
look at it!

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date:         mon, 1 jul 1996 16:08:08 -0500
reply-to:     "kirsten,
              grrl o' cognitive dissonance" <t1kchevalier@wellesley.edu>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         "kirsten,
              grrl o' cognitive dissonance" <t1kchevalier@wellesley.edu>
subject:      hello, i'm your new birthday goddess

i've taken over the birthday-list from rachel, and so all future birthday
greetings will be coming from my address.
an explanation for all of you newbies:
if you send me your name, birthday, and (if you want) favorite ig song,
i'll post a message with a random ig quote to the list on your birthday.
if you were on the list before, however, don't bother contact me -- i've
got your number! ^_^
forthcoming are greetings for ppl with june birthdays, who missed out while
rachel was incapacitated -- if you have a may birthday and also missed out,
just let me know!
kirsten

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from:         lauren dick <lmd21@aol.com>
subject:      modern rock live

on 1200 curfews pot comes from modern rock live.  i was wondering if anyone
had ever heard this broadcasting or had any information about it.  modern
rock live airs on sunday nights on waqz 107.1 channel z where i live, but i
have never heard the girls on it.  i would love to get it somehow.

                              lauren
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"i could go crazy on a night like tonight....."  e.s.

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date:         mon, 1 jul 1996 18:18:37 -0500
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subject:      happy birthday! (june)

liane fu <lianefu@soho.ios.com>, june 2:
"the evil of ego and the vice of pride, is there ever anything else that
makes us take our different sides?" (yamot10000w)

rebecca gaukroger <gaukroge@uiuc.edu>, june 3:
"i stopped by the bar at 3 am to seek solace in a bottle or possibly a
friend/ i woke up with a headache like my head against a board, twice as
cloudy as i'd been the night before and i went in seeking clarity" (ctf)

noi liang <nql5986@is.nyu.edu>, june 4:
"i said darkness into darkness, all the carnage of my journeys makes it
hard to be living/ he said it's a long road to be forgiven" (chickenman)

susan m. anderson <sanderso@direct.ca>, june 5:
"i understand your causes, sympathize your motivations/ but all the details
of this war are just self-infatuation" (123)

whit kuhn <whit.kuhn@happcontrols.com>, june 6:
"so what is love then, is it dictated or chosen/ does it sing like the hyms
of 1000 years, or is it just pop emotion/ and if it ever was there and it
left, does it mean it was never true/ and to exist it must elude, is that
why i think these things of you?" (mystery)

robin <atlmouse@aol.com>, june 8:
"turn your view around, dry your eyes, eyes like yours should carry a smile
, i haven't seen them sparkle in a while, give it one more try, dry your
eyes." (cg)

sherry sierra <sherry@newwave.net>, june 8:
"now we're crossing from this sacred ground, where we once held each other,
each other's names, when the words are sparse, we feel we're so profound,
but babe you know all i feel, i feel so ashamed" (wa)

julie <jncalif@aol.com>, june 9:
"stepping on a crack, breaking up and looking back/ every tree limb
overhead just seems to sit and wait, till every step you take becomes a
twist of fate" (watershed)

corinne simpson <corinne.simpson@m.cc.utah.edu>, june 10:
"so i just sit around the house and resist, and not be seen until i cease
to exist/ a kind of conscientious objection, a kind of dodging the draft" (
lc)

michelle <michelldlr@aol.com>, june 12:
"you know the things that i am afraid of, i'm not afraid to tell/ and if we
ever leave a legacy, it's that we loved each other well/ i've seen the
shadows of so many people trying on the treasures of youth/ but we know
that fancy and fast ends in a fatal crash and i'm glad we got off to tell
you the truth" (^2)

melissa marquis <melissa.marquis@fmr.com>, june 13:
"a bullet in the head, now he's dead/ a friend of a friend, someone said/
he was an activist with a very short life/ i think there's a lesson here,
he died without a fight" (jne)

jay <chmielja@vax002.nhc.edu>, june 17:
"the queen who closed the door, the family that lies/ people who turn and
the cat that has died/ a boy that o.d.s, a girl with a gun/ the world on
its knees, the band on the run/ i think i know what's wrong -- pushing the
needle too far."
(ptntf)

vicky <sunny@pipeline.com>, june 23:
"after the battles and we're still around/ everything once up in the air
has settled down/ sweep the ashes, let the silence find us/ a moment of
peace is worth every war behind us" (yamot10000w)

amanda johnson <ae-johnson@nwu.edu>, june 26:
"i'm leaving but i've got all these debts to pay, we all have our dues,
i'll pay in some other place/ i never asked that you pay me back, we all
arrive with more, i left with less than i had" (nashville)

sabrina chan <schan@owlnet.rice.edu>, june 28:
"and the mississippi's mighty but it starts in minnesota at a place where
you could walk across with five steps down/ and i guess that's how you
started like a pinprick through my heart but at this point you rush right
through me and i start to drown" (ghost)

indigogwls, june 29:
"when you learn to love yourself, you will dissolve all the stones that are
cast/ now who will learn to burn the icing skies, to melt the waxen mask? /
yes,  to have the gift of true release, this is a peace that will take you
higher/ i come to you with my offering, i bring you strange fire" (sf)

donna m. schwartz, <zkaa76a@prodigy.com>, june 30:
"some things i hold too tightly/ some things i'll never i'll never touch/
i'm wearing down the stones in the river/ all my life i've painted with
anger's brush" (komh)

tiffany <slugger@prolog.net>, june 30:
"i am alone in a hotel room tonight/ i squeeze the sky out but there's not
a star appears/ i begin my studies with this paper and this pencil/ and i'm
working through the grammar of my fears" (lotk)

******happy belated birthdays everyone!! :)******


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subject:      mondaze

howdy y'all,

hope everyone had a great weekend.

last weeks discussion on tmf was great!

so, what's this weeks song???

is it the wood song??

peace y'all,

dan perkins

"like two little girls out
to look at the moon,
why did you take your hand away?
well it's only the moon
and the moon is free, so
who'll take this love from me?"
                         --- gail lewis

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date:         mon, 1 jul 1996 17:30:11 -0700
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subject:      the wood song
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i have to write on this song because i've been waiting since i joined the
list a few months ago, and we've never gotten to it until now.  this is my
favorite song of all time because emily has seamlessly integrated a
decievingly simple melody into this complex arrangement and beautiful,
beautiful lyrics that just make sense and mean a lot.  to me anyway, but i
always love her songs about life.  anyway, i do have some questions about
the wood song, and i know you great people out there would be able to help
me out.  first, what doe emily sing above amy when amy is singing "but the
question drowns in its futility"?  i have never been able to make it out.
also, what are the old dogs and the magician referring to?  i kind of
thought it was us (humans) that were the old dogs, and the magician was
god.  like you can't teach an old dog new tricks and a magician does
tricks so maybe god is trying to tell us something about how we are
living.  kind of a call to not be complacent with how we are as people and
to always try and learn more.  i might be totally off my rocker, but
that's what i've always thought it was about.  damn, that girl is good.  i
think she was beaten by the genius stick when she came out of her mom.
sorry for the imagery.  well, i want to know what you all think (i'm still
not comfortable saying y'all being from the north).  while i'm taking up
space, i just want to thank everyone who has been making tapes for me.  i
really appreciate it.  before i go, if you don't have the studio acoustic
version of the wood song, you must have it if you are a fan.  the version
on swamp ophelia kind of drowns out the awesome guitar playing.  ok, i'm
going now.

love, wendell

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subject:      bumbershoot volunteer opportunity

hi, y'all,
did you get my post about volunteering at bumbershoot (and, presumably,
getting into that all-important show)??  i got a failed-mail message and
resent it, but then got a message that said it had already been posted.
just checking,
karey <puzzling over the mysterious ways of computers> (hi, tracy!)

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subject:      "shades of indigo"

hi all you ig fans,

i have the good fortune to have found a copy of "shades of indigo"!!!  my problem is that i don't know what i should pay for it.  i'm thinking the 20-30 dollar range.  does anyone know the fair going price?

thanks y'all

staci

"got to learn to respect what we don't understand..." ar

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subject:      ig on cbc on saturday

two things...

i was out in the woods workin' on saturday an' i happened to turn
the radio part of my walkman on just in time to catch cbc
(which i normally don' get this far south) anyway........
they brodcast an hour of ig live in winnipeg (sp?)
from the hth tour (the one -i- never got to see :(
through the crackle and pop of the long distance radio signal,
it sounded really splendiferous...they did 'reunion' and
"love will come to you" which i have never heard live...
and a bunch of other cool stuff..they just let the show play ..as in,
no cuts between songs so one was able to hear the stage banter :)
in fact i think the 'moo' thing was in there.....

so..

did any of you swift and way cool canadians happen to catch it
and have the presence of mind to hit the ol' "record" button ?????????

and the other thing was....hmm...i forgot...
oh well, i'm really crispy today......gotta go mow the lawn :)

ta !
binky

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date:         mon, 1 jul 1996 20:20:22 -0700
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subject:      swamp mama johnson, bumbershoot...some igc

hey y'all

glad to see a smj post! they are an excellent band! i knew the lead
singer when she used to bar tend at the local grrl bar several years
ago. they are definately worth checking out!
ig at bumbershoot!!!! yahooo!!!! no more ig west coast depervation!
i love my ep and more! can't wait for vol 2 & 3!
going back to my cave now.

happy belated gay day.


best regards,

lisa lewis
qtechnical support group

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from:         lia <ifin031@vm.sc.edu>
subject:      weekend

can i just say that i had a wonderful weekend!!!!!!!!!  even if i did have to
spend several hours in a bridesmaid dress. :)  i saw michelle malone for the
first time on friday night at eddie's attic.  it was truely awesome!  i didn't
get to catch much of it because we had some difficulty finding the place.
we seem to be a little directionally challenged!

as me and my two friends were about to leave, one grabbed my arm and whispered,
"isn't that emily by the jukebox?"  i casually walked by and said "yes!!!!"
we grabbed a couple of drinks and hung out for a little while longer.  i
almost got hit with her pool stick. :)  my other friend asked why we didn't ask
her for her autograph or something, but she was out with her friends having a
good time.  i was pretty excited for quite a while!  oh!  while we were sitting
there, someone played the wood song, one of my favorite emily songs.  (it
really is a beautiful song isn't it?  more on that later!)

we heard some really great people all weekend and meet a couple of really
great people from the list.  hey!  i was really impressed with doria roberts.
anyone know much about her and where she usually plays?  great voice!  also
got to get lots of sun and drink lots of water!  the show on sunday was
great.  emily came out first and did some electric stuff with someone whose
name i should remember.  sounded great!  got to hear some new stuff which was
wonderful.  they seemed to be having a really good time and had lots of guests
play with them.  made for a great sunday afternoon!

hope everyone else had a great weekend!  i'm still trying to recover from mine.
:)  later!


lia (whose is still on a live music high! :) )

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              grrl o' cognitive dissonance" <t1kchevalier@wellesley.edu>
subject:      happy birthday! (june 27, better late than never)

greg flamer <gflame@nwu.edu>:
"i cross myself before i die/ the leaping man, he asks me why/ "well, your
rhythm is off," i reply/ "now you must dance the dance that you imply!""

(_center stage_)
:) :) :)

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subject:      re: modern rock live

at 04:06 am 7/1/96 +0000, someone wrote:

>on 1200 curfews pot comes from modern rock live.  i was
>wondering if anyone had ever heard this broadcasting or
>had any information about it.


hi,

amy and emily were on modern rock live in august 94
it was just after their san francisco shows during
their two days off just before their santa barbara
and los angeles gigs.

it was a "rockline" type show where listeners call in
and they played a couple studio tracks plus a couple of
live in-studio songs.

the set was as follows:

least complicated  (studio)
-calls-
power of two  (live)
-calls-
reunion (live)
-calls-
i don't wanna' yalk about it  (studio)
-calls-


hope that helps...michael  :-)

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from:         wendell lee <wlee@indy1.calarts.edu>
subject:      emily, hash, and ghost
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in-reply-to:  <199607020330.xaa17695@netspace.org>

hi there all, i was wondering if anyone happened to have the show where
emily played with the band called, i think it was, hash?  i got this
postcard from ghost, and the person was selling it for$8.50 a pop.  i just
wanted to see if anyone on the list had it before i patronize the
illegally profitted upon merchandiser, ghost.  i have some things i can
trade for it, but nothing too exciting for the the die hard fan i'm
afraid.  i just gotta have it.  it's emily for goodness sake.

love, wendell

ps, this was a recent show too.  i remember hearing people talk about it.
anyway, thanks in advance

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subject:      my father in law

hey all...
just thought i'd post + tell you folks that yesterday afternoon, just ten
days after the death of my good friend tom, my father in law passed away in
his sleep. i may be silent on this list for a while... or who knows??? grief
is a strange thing...
i look forward to reading y'all's interpretations of tws... post on... kim.
<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
     <just kim>rcn@prcn.org
"there's more than one answer to these
questions pointing me in a crooked line"
------------emily saliers-------------
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subject:      pride weekend

hi everyone!  it sounds like many of you went to the atlanta pride
parade, i hope y'all had a great time.  i was at sf's pride parade
yesterday and it was incredible!!!!!!!

have a nice day,
karen

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subject:      "when you're ready" (vld) and "chickenman" connection

(warning: this is kinda long...)

a while back, dr. lorindigo posted a couple of messages about how she
believes there is a connection between "touch me fall" and the viva la diva
song which amy sings on called "when you're ready." i agree with her that,
thematically, there is probably a connection.

i (well, actually my sister) also noticed a very interesting connection
between "when you're ready" and another ig song, "chickenman." (has anyone
picked up on this already? i apologize if it has already been discussed.)

okay, you all know how amy often goes into stream-of-consciousness monologues
when performing this live. she has said that one of the aspects of what
"chickenman" is about, one of the things that she wanted to tell the
chickenman about, is her being totally in love with someone, and never
wanting that to end, and having some kind of immortal thing that will make
sure that love never dies even if she does. (or something like that...)

well, a while back, a very generous lister named karen vittek started a
mini-mailing list of all the transcribed chickenman socs known to the list,
and sent copies out to people who wanted them. anyway, one of the socs she
sent is from charleston, sc - 2/7/95. it is different from all the others in
that it's not so much a narrative as a poem, half sung and half said. this
poem is about that love thing, and never wanting the love to end.

now, from the protracted preamble to the point ... this very same charleston
soc is what amy is saying/singing in "when you're ready." as she and cooper
are building up to the ... er ... *climactic* part of the song (those who've
heard it know what i mean), amy is saying these things (it's missing some
parts and may not be in the right order, but you get the picture):

i asked my love what will breathe eternally?
i asked my love what will breathe eternally?
i said love
would you know me?
would you know my mouth if it wasn't on you?
would you know my feet if they were leaving?
would you know these arms if they weren't around you?
what can i leave you?
what part of me?

in the meantime cooper is making, uh, noises, and saying other stuff. then
amy goes on to say some other ... stuff ... it becomes more frenzied ... you
get the picture.

with some variations but with the same theme, amy's charleston soc and her
"when you're ready" thing are the same. seems like a recurring theme with
her, huh.

so ... there. an interesting thing i thought i'd share with you. you can
e-mail me privately if you want a full transcription of the charleston soc
and/or the "when you're ready" verses.

whew! and i'm not really even an amy person! ;)

anna

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from:         holly tang <tangho@morgan.com>
subject:      pride weekend

     to all of those who were not able to attend the pride festivities in
     atlanta...

     it was awesome.  unfortunately, being from the northeast, i was not
     used to or expecting the sun to be as powerful as it was and got
     totally sunburned while waiting for the indigo girls to appear on
     stage.  it was well worth it though to see them.  being in the front,
     i got some shots of a&e, but on a disposable camera.  we'll see how
     they turn out.  the highlight was getting emily's autograph, which is
     hokey, but made my day anyway.  a great trip considering i won't be
     seeing them live for two whole years while i'm in hong kong.  :(

     they are both looking and sounding great.  the new tunes are
     wonderful, of course.

     see y'all
     holly

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subject:      pride weekend :)

hey everyone!  just got back from atlanta...  what an incredible experience
pride weekend was! the music on sunday was awesome all day long... they have
so much talent down there it makes me sick; (why is it that some areas of the
country have all the good talent, and other areas are a virtual wasteland as
far as new music goes?)     the girls didn't even play that many songs, but i
didn't mind --  i enjoyed all of the other artists that played, too.
particularly good, imho, were erin musselwhite, (she actually played
saturday), doubting thomas, (a band from the carolinas), michelle malone, (of
course), and viva la diva...  who was much more impressive live than on cd. i
was right up front, so i got some great pictures... i almost didn't notice,
but emily came out before ig's set, and sat on the grass in front to listen
to coretta scott king speak... she was, like, 20 feet away from me.  the only
people in front of me were friends-and-family types, and camera people -- i'm
wondering if there will be a video tape available soon, b/c there were a few
people up there taping... one can only hope!


wishin' i was still in atlanta,
---lisa

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date:         tue, 2 jul 1996 09:35:27 -0500
reply-to:     amy joann jensen <cuajj1@uxa.ecn.bgu.edu>
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subject:      concert dates

hello all!

i have been trying to successfully subscibe....however something has gone
awary.

i am wanting to know when and where the girls will be touring.

i am going through withdrawl!
thanks....amy

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subject:      concert dates

this might not be the place for it... but...

where can i find a current concert schedule, is there one out there ??

desperately seeking concert dates for ny/ct/new endland area (other than
newport)... anyone ??

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to the lucky folks who went to atlanta gay pride ...

set list?
reviews of their performance?
any interesting/funny things they said?
did they play with anyone?

:)

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subject:      rdr night at eddie's

on the eddie's attic calendar for tonight it says that janet mclaughlin
is having her "cd insert release party." (those of you who have her cd
know that it has been lacking a cover for the past year and a half.)
anyway, it says there are going to be special surprize guests and stuff,
and well, we can only _guess_ who else will be there.  but someone told
me to spread the word that "you have to be at eddie's on tuesday night!"
so i thought y'all would want to know the little bit of info that i know.
and that's all i know. and regardless of whether ig is playing there, i
must say that janet mclaughlin rocks my world and you should go see her.

o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o

        "the camaraderie and warmth between us
         breached places within me that had been
         closed off and permanently sealed"
                                -audre lorde

o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o

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subject:      wood song/speakeasy :))))

hi folks,

couple of thoughts on the wood song - i love the way emily takes a phrase
and turns it around, tho' i have to admit it took me a while to work out the
'teaching old dog's new tricks' analogy - one day i was listening to it and
the meaning suddenly went *ping* - really neat little phrase... like the
achille's heel line in ghost - i love that line!  good trick to use when
songwriting actually - i've used the technique many a time tho' you have to
be careful not to make it sound too contrived.  i once wrote a lyric that
included the phrase 'stitched me up by saving time, nine to go i'll wait in
line...save me...' doesn't make much sense anyway out of context with  rest
of song, but you know what i mean...way too contrived!

speakeasy - oh boy :)  i am physically and mentally exhausted after the
first speakeasy last night.  for those of you who don't know, i've started a
run a live acoustic music night at a local club.  had a few last minute
disasters - the dat walkman i'd planned to borrow to tape the thing still
not being returned from being repaired...the a31 girls (fab band - kinda
like a female cs&n meets rod, jane and freddy) pulled out at 3 hours notice
due to minor car crash...torrential rain resulting in my roof springing a
leak just as i had to leave to pick up the pa...

anyway, evening turned out to be a humdinger of a success - lots of people
came along which was really cool as it's a brand new event...the perfomers
that played were really excellent...i 'd only intended to play a couple of
songs myself to fill in but wasn't allowed to leave the stage before i'd
done an encore...the recording we made on a 4-track borrowed at the last
minute came out really well... 8 musicians i'd never met before came up to
me asking to play in future months which is just what i hoped would
happen... and i managed to compere adequately without making a prat of
myself - even managed to get the phrase 'let it grow' in there :)  at the
end of it all i felt like i'd given birth!

managed to squeeze in a few ig moments - i'd made a really cool compilation
tape to play in between sets - lots of dar,  nanci, shawn etc. even threw in
some new mongrels (the crazies) and of course, a couple of choice ig songs -
really cool to hear that kind of music playing loud in a club
environment...even better to get people coming up to me saying 'wow, who's
that - i really like it' about a dar song... :)

so, thanks to those of you that wished me luck!  now i've got to start
planning next months... anyone want to play?

*************
seffy
    cod==#
*************
'the sweetest part is acting after making a decision....' (es)
seffy

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subject:      re: pride weekend
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in-reply-to:  <1d929500@morgan.com>; from "holly tang" at jul 2, 96 9:47 am

a factoid for y'all:

  i just got back from tucson.  while there, i was watching the local news
and they mentioned the various pride celebrations around the country.
then they specifically mentioned atlanta's event, with over 200,000
folks attending.  congrats folks, both for the record setting turnout
and for making the local news in (rather conservative) arizona.  you are
making a difference =)

holly writes:

>      a great trip considering i won't be
>      seeing them live for two whole years while i'm in hong kong.  :(

yeah, but holly what an exciting trip!  you'll be there at a historic
time when hong kong goes back to the chinese.  we'll send you tapes =)


                                -- chris

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subject:      pride weekend

howdy folks. noone has posted a set list that i've seen yet..so here ya
go.
first emily came on w/ hash. she looked great and was bouncing around and
having a wonderful time. amy joined her on stage for the last song. i
don't remember the set list for hash. i know they did "levon" i think..the
elton john song.  the the girls came on to a very warm welcome.
they did:
galileo
chickenman w/ the shotgun shivering/arrow from the quiver part that she
              sometimes does.
from the same lost tribe -rach alpert wrote and joined them for this song.
                        it was mostly emily. amy was sitting in the back
                        by the drums.it's possible she might have been
                        something..steel guitar? :)
get out the map - emily intro'd sara lee as singing on the song.
shame on you- one of the new ones..this one is gonna be great on the album
southern man -kristen hall joined them on this one.

sara lee, michael lorant and sheila doyle, kristen hall and various
members of hash joined them on stage.

also flunky (amy, michael lorant and sheila doyle) played friday night in
athens at a club whose name escapes me. this was a really really fun show.
only $3 to get in. the crowd was rowdy and loud, the sound guy kept
screwing up and the band seemed to love every second of it. i especially
enjoyed this because it gave a little window into the past. i imagine it
was a bit like this when they first started out. :)
they had a great time and switched instruments many times. i even got
a picture of amy playing drums! :) they did a lot of michael lorant songs.
chiapas bound was in there. stuck in lodi by creedence clearwater revival.
they said they were out of songs, but the crowd kept clapping, so they
came on and did what's the buzz from jesus christ superstar..extended
version...and michael lorant broke into r-e-s-p-e-c-t in the middle..the
crowd really loved this one..lots of energy. oh yeah..don't give that girl
a gun too~.  that's all i can remember.

got to hang out with amy for a while. she seemed relaxed and happy. didn't
get to meet any list members though =( hope everyone who went had as good
a time as me. :)

we are fortunate ones,
joe

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subject:      ig question/going down memory lane

hi ya'll!!
i've just recovered from atlanta....and i was thinking about how i see
both amy & emily as real ppl. you know how it is sometimes...when ppl
are really famous, and you couldn't imagine that they actually live in
the same world as you?!! i've seen a & e so many times that it's kinda
cool to see others reactions when ppl talk about seeing them in public.
*smile*

anyways, i was thinking about a grammy show...when they won a grammy for
best folk group of the year (or something) 89-90 maybe....they didn't
show them getting the award live....they kinda mentioned it on the way
to a commercial brake. but, it was hilarious when the person right
in front of a & e got up to get his award (and this was "live")...i
forget who the person was...a rapper, i think, maybe hammer?...*shrug*
that's not the important part. the important part of this long story...
was when the person got up...amy jumped up and was hi-fiveing him...and
patting him on the back. it was so funny!!!! emily was just sitting there
laughing.

anyone remember that?
-sherry <-- the girl who has been with the love of her live for 4 years
            as of today

oops....brake should say break *shaking my head*

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subject:      another pride weekend factoid (nigc)

>i was watching the local news
>and they mentioned the various pride celebrations around the country.
>then they specifically mentioned atlanta's event, with over 200,000
>folks attending.

just had to add to this.  chicago also had their pride weekend and pride
parade.  despite the 90 degree oppressive heat and the 20 or so people from
a church in kansas protesting, it went quite well.  we also set a record
for attendance as more than 225,000 people lined the streets of lakeview.
go chicago!  amazing how things can change over the years!  plenty more to
go though.  later...

greg

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subject:      songs we'd like to see igs cover

i dunno if this has been discussed before -- please forgive me if it
has -- but i thought i'd start this thread of discussion.

i'd actually be interested in seeing/hearing emily and amy cover some
eric clapton tunes, incl. his new one "change the world". either
version of "layla" (though i think the unplugged [the so-called "waltz
time" version] one would be more igs style), "lay down sally", "i shot
the sheriff", "tears in heaven".

just some thoughts.

peace, love and indigo
--rahadyan

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subject:      pride-hash set list

emily played with hash 1st & the set list was:
keep on growin'
fool for your love
levon
high horse w/ amy ray
amy came on stage & mouthed to emily "i don't know this", but she faked it
pretty good. someone else already posted ig's set so i won't repeat that.
just thought you'd like to know they did play high horse.

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subject:      hi you wacky listers! (igc, really)

it's tiiiiiiiime

okay, has the ksca cd sold out yet? can we start dubbing it for people who are
interested in egtting a copy? karen tsongas, if you are there, can you mail me
and let me know if i can set up a tape tree?
or if anyone else out there in cali knows......

thanks in advance----

susan susan bo boosan.....you know the rest

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subject:      1996 sh orders in as of 7/2/96--final update until
              7/7--lessthanaweek!!!
x-to:         indigo@clark.net, lwarren531@aol.com, scady@umich.edu,
              poohgrl816@aol.com, aneeza@cse.fau.edu

ok...i am leaving for west virginia y'all....i will be back on sunday the
7th!  so this is the last reminder of the deadline!!!!!   send orders now!!!!
the following is a list of the orders in so far.  be sure to check the list
posted on the 7th so that you can double check your order before the orders
are placed.  thanks y'all!

in as of 7/2/96

deadline is july 9th!  no exceptions can be made, so please hurry!

thanks everyone!

amy mednick 1 xxl
jeni saulino 1 xl
laura rice 1 xl
steven reynolds 1 xl
kirsten chevalier 1 xl
greg flamer 1 xl
lisa savu 1 xl
gwen drueger 1 l
randy rohrer 2 xxl
brian harvey 1 xl
camille kearl 2 xxl 1xl
connie tsuchiya 1 l
joan ferguson 1 xl
kristina - 1 xxl
derek moulaison 1 xl
diane krause 1 xl
craig haskins 1 xl 1 xxl
jen holt 1 xl
sharon james 1 xl
whit kuhn 1 xl
lisa winters 1 l
daniel tsang 1 l
sherlyn koo 1 l
sandy robinette 1 xl
sarah street 1 xl
trant batey 1 xl
rob augino 1 xl
maren mitchell 1 xl
dana carlson 1 xl
deb hanrahan 1 xl 1 xxl
sunny bueck 1 xl
marilyn macvey 1 xl
r.sefton smith 1 xxl
sheri yamada 1 xl 1 xxl
stacy sheperson 1 xl
corinne simpson 1 xl
cyndi johnson 1 xl 2 xxl
pooh 1 xxl
derek duncan 1 xl
gwen keyt 1 xl
rose culbreth 1 xxl
mary kushman 1 xl
rena shear 1 xl
howard barlow 2 xl
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stacy waterworth 1 xl
deanna newcomb 2 xl
kat kohara 1 xl
chris antolini 1 xl
tiffany hein 2 xl
karen robinson 1 xxl
julie goldman 1 xl
cynthia crecca 1 l
karen harper 1 l
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stephanie rieder 1 xl (holding)
anna hidalgo 1 l
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rachel rabaey 1 xl
mandy warren 1 xl
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amy snyder 1 xl
dwayne jarrell 1 xl
christine chambus 3 xl
jasmine ma 2 l
aneeza agha 1 l
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kellie deis 1 xl
marcy goldstein 2 xxl
cylinda parga 1 xl
joe hamilton 1 xl
elaine mccracken 1 l
patty konopka 1 xl
lisa lewis 1 l 1 xl
jill lance 2 xl 2 l
eileen mulligan 1 xl
deb reiser 2 xl 2 l
silverfish 1 xl
sheri allen 1 xl
carol finlayson 1 xl
emily graves 1 l
sarah wardrop 2 xl

112 shirts ordered so far!!!!!  kermit says yeahhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!

please hurry!  get your orders in!  the absolute deadline
is the 9th of july!
thanks everyone for your support!
take care
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subject:      re: modern rock live

at 09:49 pm 7/1/96 -0700, you wrote:
>at 04:06 am 7/1/96 +0000, someone wrote:
>
>>on 1200 curfews pot comes from modern rock live.  i was
>>wondering if anyone had ever heard this broadcasting or
>>had any information about it.
>
>
>hi,
>
>amy and emily were on modern rock live in august 94
>it was just after their san francisco shows during
>their two days off just before their santa barbara
>and los angeles gigs.
>
>it was a "rockline" type show where listeners call in
>and they played a couple studio tracks plus a couple of
>live in-studio songs.
>
>the set was as follows:
>
>least complicated  (studio)
>-calls-
>power of two  (live)
>-calls-
>reunion (live)
>-calls-
>i don't wanna' yalk about it  (studio)
>-calls-
>
>
>hope that helps...michael  :-)
>


woah... answers the questions i had too... thanx. now, the big q. is there a
listee out there who owns a copy of ig on mrl that would be gracious enough
to tape me a copy??? i'd be much obliged...
thanks a mil,
tiff

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subject:      ksca cd
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on tue, 2 jul 1996, susan b. marine wrote:

> okay, has the ksca cd sold out yet? can we start dubbing it for people who are
> interested in egtting a copy?

there are, as of this very moment, 1000 copies of the ksca cd left in
virgin megastores in la. i have one extra copy that i can offer to anyone
on the list (it comes to $17.47 with tax and shipping). and if there are
enough requests, i *may* be able to go up to virgin tonight or tomorrow
morning.

allison                 speaking of your publicist, i think i saw her at
edgy@netcom.com         off vine, doing lunch with a couple of parenthetical
                        hollywood types -- they were vacillating between the
                        white zinfandel and a straight answer.
                                --"e.w." (9/27/95)

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subject:      ksca cd

dear edgy et all....


on 7/2/96 edgy wrote:

>there are, as of this very moment, 1000 copies of the ksca cd left
in virgin megastores in la. i have one extra copy that i can offer to
anyone on the list (it comes to $17.47 with tax and shipping). and if
there are enough requests, i *may* be able to go up to virgin tonight
or tomorrow morning.


as i live in las vegas and it is a very long walk to the virgin
record stores, i nicely asked my mom to run up the street for a copy.
i urge all of you to get a copy as well. it is great.   in addition
to ig, michelle shocked does "come a long way" which she did in new
orleans and a cool version of "the valley road" by bruce hornsby &
jill sobule's "i kissed a girl."

best,

melissa

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subject:      songs we'd like to see igs cover

i've always wanted to hear them do stevie ray vaughn.  i think amy could
pull off the vocals in a big way on "love struck, baby" or "pride and
joy".


                                       tuesday's child

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subject:      pride-hash set list

in>emily played with hash 1st & the set list was:
in>keep on growin'
in>fool for your love
in>levon
in>high horse w/ amy ray
in>amy came on stage & mouthed to emily "i don't know this", but she faked it
in>pretty good. someone else already posted ig's set so i won't repeat that.
in>just thought you'd like to know they did play high horse.

emily played "high horse"?  i thought she _hated_ that song.  did anyone
tape this?

                                               tuesday's child

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date:         tue, 2 jul 1996 20:37:38 -0400
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subject:      help- nigc

hello everybody,
after listening to everyone talk-- i gotta have some viva la diva. does
anyone know if the song"when you're ready" is on the daemon release vld
greatest hits vol1???

thanks,
alexandra

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date:         tue, 2 jul 1996 17:59:13 -0700
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subject:      re: pride weekend
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on tue, 2 jul 1996, christopher m. becker wrote:

> a factoid for y'all:
>
>   i just got back from tucson.  while there, i was watching the local news
> and they mentioned the various pride celebrations around the country.
> then they specifically mentioned atlanta's event, with over 200,000
> folks attending.  congrats folks, both for the record setting turnout
> and for making the local news in (rather conservative) arizona.  you are
> making a difference =)
>

howdy!  i saw the news here in tucson that night too! i must say that i
was shocked to see atlanta's pride on tv.  not because tucson is
conservative, but because atlanta is so far away.  i have been here
for three years now (i grew up in maryland) and just wanted you to know
that tucson is an open minded city.  i have never thought of arizona as a
conservative place, especially in tucson where the university of az
students make up a good part of the population.  just wanted to let you
know. i guess i've grown pretty fond of this town. ;)  -hope

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date:         tue, 2 jul 1996 21:23:04 -0500
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              grrl o' cognitive dissonance" <t1kchevalier@wellesley.edu>
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              grrl o' cognitive dissonance" <t1kchevalier@wellesley.edu>
subject:      happy birthday! (july 2, 1996)

rhiannonn@aol.com:
"but the question drowns in its futility and even i have got to laugh at me
'cause no one gets to miss the storm of what will be, just holding on for
the ride"

skibajas@pilot.msu.edu (jason patrick skiba) -- happy 20th!
"unknowing captor, you'll never know how much you pierce my spirit but i
can't touch you/ can you hear it, a cry to be free, or i'm forever under
lock and key"

(_the wood song_, _ghost_)

:) :) :)


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date:         wed, 3 jul 1996 00:08:53 -0400
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subject:      pride weekend

greetings all!

well, i know that a lot of people already posted about atlanta pride,
so i will spare a lot of the details, all i have to say is this was
the best 3 days of my life!!!!  did the tour of atlanta\decatur,
hitting all the hot spots people have posted about, flying biscut, rdr,
five points area, common pond and of course eddie's attic.  saw both
michelle shows on friday night, had the honor of meeting emily and we
exchanged a few words, i didn't want to bug her since she was out with
pals trying to kick back and relax. the bands on sat were cool, i loved
kristen hall and disappear fear.  sunday was one of the greatest days in
music and celebration i have ever experienced.  i was luck enough to be
in the front row for the entire day and had my camcorder and camera.
hash was awesome, i never saw emily rock so hard, that girl can go!!!
high horse was great, they really cranked it up.  the girls were phenominal,
as usual, shame on you is amy's ctf in my opinion, i love this song, it is
so free and full of energy, and really fun too.  they also did wild horses
with michelle during her set.  vld was awesome, i didn't think i could be
more impressed with them because the cd rocks, but live they are the rawest
and most passionite rock band i have seen in ages.  i was luck enough to
talk with amy and get her autograph after the ig set.  i also spoke with
cooper and michelle, which was an added bonus.  like i said in the begining,
i never would have expected any of this to happen, i truly feel blessed and
it has been a very spiritual experience that i am still trying to process.
in a final note, the people of atlanta and decatur were the nicest i have
meet in a long time, and am truly considering moving down there because i
felt so at home, not to mention the great glb community that is there.
sorry for being so long winded, i just get on a roll with this story.  thanks
for sticking it out.  take care all!!

-deb
doobie@student.umass.edu

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date:         tue, 2 jul 1996 21:46:48 -0700
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subject:      songs before they were songs
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hey  all, i've been a posting maniac these last couple of days, what with
gay pride and wood song week.  anyway, i wanted to shoot out an idea to
everyone to see what you all think.  ok, i was listening to my very musch
loved chpel hill boot and got to thinking about pushing the needle too far
and how they were performing it way back in 87 when it wasn't recorded
until 91.  so, i thought it would be extremely cool to have a tape
consisting of as many songs as possible of the girls before they had been
officially studio recorded.  so we could have songs like pushing the
needle too far, shame on you, get out the map, don't give that girl a gun,
chiapas bound, pray my way through or around it, cut it out, problem
child, going to the country...
i have copies of all the songs above, and would be more than willing to
compile a tape of it, but here's where i need your help ( if you think
this is a good idea).  if you have a boot of some live song before it was
officially recorded, let me know, and i could get to work on it, and then
we could set up a tape tree or something.  the reason i'm interested in
doing this is because ptntf sounded really different to me and it would be
neat to see how they did other songs.  trying them out on audiences like
at the jazz fest.  but the real reason i want to do this is because i've
been aching for a summer project and this would keep me occupied for a
while.  just kidding.  alright, i'm off.  let me know!

love, wendell
(who just came out to an old friend-i'm in the process.  next is my
brother!)

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subject:      when you're ready: vld

if it hasn't been posted.. yes, when you're ready is on the cd.. at the end
of the cd it lies..  also included are such favorites as:  ultra angel,
mccartney, silver bullets, amsterdam, fall, smart fools (the song by the now
departed candi jiosne :(( ), late at night, and a few others that i can't
seem to remember right now.. enjoy the cd.. it rocks.. it's wonderful.. vld
is one of the best non-acoustic bands i listen to right now..

take care

"sit by a river, find peace and meaning in the rhythm of the lifeblood of
the earth..."  -anonymous
____________________________________________________________________________
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                http://www.mindspring.com/~water/rose.html
diviant: fan of             diviant rosehip                  rosehip: fan of
viva la diva                                                 radar rose

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subject:      (nigc)wendy/viva at redlight 6/22 /bs/pride

hey yall,

     i wanted to post a few details on the show at redlight cafe
on 6/22.

(personal bs...)
     i have to say i know this is comming in really late but
i have been swamped in school, work, music and etc... sometimes
i wonder how a lot of yall have the time to keep up with the list
with all your studies and things??? haven't had a chance to get online
sinse 6/21 and wow with the messages awaiting - all good though~

oh yeah, i went to pride too. everyone who posted about it covered it
well. it was great and i had a great time! the only thing i didn't see
mentioned was that amanda bearse, marcy darcy from married w/children,
was there and introduced the girls. she also stressed to vote for
clinton/gore "cuz dole hates us" (g's/l's). anyway that's all on that.
<hope i got that right>.

(ok, back to the subject...)

       well, i was in for a treat because i didn't know that viva la diva
was opening for wendy. i've never seen them before, just heard about them
on the list and seen 'em in the loaf a lot. they were rockin'. i really
liked cooper's guitar work. i wouldn't know the set list cuz i don't know
their songs...shame on me! <we'll put an end to that>.
       wendy was her usual bad ass self of course. she did two sets as
usual. and, i have to say that if some of yall haven't seen or heard her
stuff... well ya just gotta. she really gives the guitar a workout. she
is not afraid of getting right in there and jamming. with the mix of her
leads, chords and lyrics it just really shows me that she ain't just
getting through a song. she works it to the meat. i think her style is
really cool. her personality comes through in her performance and it's
so personal. she is one of the most friendliest people i know, well
sorta, in the biz. always willing to talk to the fans. never acts stuck
up on stuck on herself. it was a pure pleasure to see her again. she'll
be playing there again on 7/27,28, and 29. if yall wanna check her out.

btw, i want to say that the reason i am posting this to the list is cuz
i see a lot of other artists being posted here as well. and, i found out
about wendy through ig. they are good friends <for those who didn't
know>.

thanks for readin'~
                                                           kim

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subject:      re: ksca cd
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what is this cd who or what is ksca?
hugs anthony van pyre

on tue, 2 jul 1996, edgy wrote:

> on tue, 2 jul 1996, susan b. marine wrote:
>
> > okay, has the ksca cd sold out yet? can we start dubbing it for people who are
> > interested in egtting a copy?
>
> there are, as of this very moment, 1000 copies of the ksca cd left in
> virgin megastores in la. i have one extra copy that i can offer to anyone
> on the list (it comes to $17.47 with tax and shipping). and if there are
> enough requests, i *may* be able to go up to virgin tonight or tomorrow
> morning.
>
> allison                 speaking of your publicist, i think i saw her at
> edgy@netcom.com         off vine, doing lunch with a couple of parenthetical
>                         hollywood types -- they were vacillating between the
>                         white zinfandel and a straight answer.
>                                 --"e.w." (9/27/95)
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subject:      nigc - ani article

hey again...

       thought i'd send yall this article i found in the loaf (creative
loafing <atlanta freebee newspaper>) last week.

                        ani difranco

                           dilate

                    righteous babe records


        in a national public radio interview a few months back, ani
difranco gleefully noted that "it's possible to get an acoustic guitar to
sound like a mac truck". while to the uninitiated this may not sound like
a ringing endorsement of difranco's music, the fact is, she has become
one of the most vital performers and songwriters in the nation since her
eponymous debut in 1990. and the truck? difranco's quick, complex slap
style of playing a six-string has become as much a hallmark of her
playing as have her forceful lyrics about the pain of love and the sorry
state of the world in general. dilate is, in many ways, a different beast
than her previous seven releases, and presents a challenge to both
newbies and dedicated followers. while there are a few familiar-sounding
acoustic tunes, and her songs still sometimes oscillate between a whisper
and a scream, this is a cd that gets more of its hooks from studio
production. granted, voice modulation and digital sampling are common
enough these days, but to hear them used to this extent, and used well,
by a primarily acoustic musician is something of a surprise. one of the
most striking tracks on dilate, a cool, bluesy cover of "amazing grace",
can sound like a dance mix complete with drum machine and voice-overs.
don't get me wrong: there's much here to like for those, like me, who
still get goosebumps from difranco's older work. the sense of outrage at
an impersonal music industry is still there (napoleon), and as for love
songs, there's a reason people are calling "untoughable face" the
"fuck-you song". still, listening to dilate, there's more than the usual
feeling of discomfort involved in listening to a difranco album. i can't
decide if this is a natural progression from last year's not a pretty
girl or a departure in style and content. i suppose i shouldn't bother;
trying to label this music is like shooting at snipe with buckshot. in
the end, dilate asks that you come to it instead of plopping down on the
couch and putting your feet on the coffee table. it's worth the effort to
do so. - john carle

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subject:      re: my father in law

i am new on this list, but not a new fan of the ig. my grandfather passed
away last night and we were very close so my sympathies are with you.

michelle mourad

"happiness is not a state at which to arrive, but a method of traveling."

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subject:      just a little story

hi there...how's it going...i've been really busy recently and have
only just had a chance to catch up on all my mail...tmf was so
interesting, but i think my mail folder must be nibbled at because
despite millions of references to the sexplanation, i never saw it so
was a little confused...but never mind :)
just a little 'got-a-friend-hooked' story for y'all.  one of my
housemates from the last year is spending the summer away from her
best friend and having a sometimes tough time...before she left, she
asked me to do her a tape...she'd pratically spent the whole year
complaining about the type of music i listened to, but figured she'd
miss it if it wasn't there.  so i did a mix of all my stuff (which i guess
was kinda ig-biased)...anyways, she was back for her friends
graduation at the weekend...she came into my room and asked me to put
on some ig...she said she had fallen in love with them, and when she
said those words, i fell back into the memory of those first
feelings when you first get into ig...oh it was amazing...she's at
the glorious stage at the moment where she wants to hear every song
they've ever done...being away from home, she's actually had the time
with no distractions, to *really* listen to their music...does
everyone else remember the first feelings of 'oh my god, this is
something more...' when they realised that ig weren't just another
good music group, but that they touched something so much deeper
within you...
gosh, i could go on all day...just had to share my friends
enlightenment and my reliving of falling in love with ig
happy days
love helene

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subject:      re: songs we'd like to see igs cover

     i'd like to see/hear them do neil young's "we never danced,(emily)" "i
     am a child,(amy)",hall & oates' "sara smile(emily)," todd rundgren's
     "can we still be friends(amy)," and 10cc's "i'm not in love(emily)"
     "the things we do for love(amy)"
                                                        ...paul(nomad)sgroi

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date:         wed, 3 jul 1996 10:25:19 -0400
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subject:      live stuff

hi there-
a few years ago a friend made me a tape of some live indigo girls stuff.
unfortunately, he didn't write anything about the source (where, when they
were recorded, etc.)
so, i was hoping y'all out there could help me.
the performances are from 2 different shows.  one is from a cd that had an
acoustic allman brothers performance on it also.  i think it was from some
kind of benefit performance (?), 1989 or 1990 (?).  i've heard this cd
goes for mucho money now...   the songs he taped for me from this show are
watershed, watchtower, hammer and nail, melissa, 10,000 wars, daddy's all
gone.
the other show is older (mid to late '80's) and from a smaller venue
(uptown lounge?).  i only have 3 songs from it: love of the common people,
mona lisa's and mad hatters, and american tune.  before common people,
emily says "here's a little sing along" and amy says "that means sing- all
of us together as a group".  and before mona lisa's, amy says "okay, we're
gonna do this song by elton john and bernie taupin" an audience member
shouts "for your friends?", amy says "yeah, for our friends- thank you"

any help anyone could give me on these shows (when and where they were
recorded and maybe complete song list) would be greatly appreciated.

thanks,
~~~rob

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date:         wed, 3 jul 1996 10:48:40 -0400
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subject:      re: songs we'd like to see igs cover

>i'd actually be interested in seeing/hearing emily and amy cover some
>eric clapton tunes,

rahadyan,  i agree with the thought, there are a number of ec songs that
i'd love to see them cover, especially layla,  but for me it would
definately be the original version (i am not a fan at all of the
unplugged layla).  the voclas on the original  layla are pure passion,
perfect for amy, and it would be a great guitar piece for emily.

they have done a version of "knocking on heaven's door"  a while back,
'89 i think.  i can't remember what its on but i know i've heard it.

personally, i'd love to see them cover some proclaimers songs, any
proclaimers songs,  the lyrical styles are very similar and the harmonies
would be great!

i also wish they had put "the weakness in me" on 1200 curfews.  that's my
favorite ig cover by far.  there are many more joan armatrading songs i'd
love to hear them do, love and affection, willow, down to zero, show some
emotion, so many more possibilities.

peace,
  harry a. keates
  email: hak@crai.com

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date:         wed, 3 jul 1996 11:05:38 edt
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from:         "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
subject:      stevie ray and ksca

hi all...a couple of thoughts as i read through the digest this morning. first
of all, i wholeheartedly agree that a and e could pull of stevie ray vaughn,
but....pride and joy? what would our amazing amy sing in place of "she's my
sweet little baby, i'm her little lover.....boy??????".

as far as covers go....i am also a huge fan of john mellencamp and think they
could do justice to a number of his tunes, particularly "play guitar",
"scarecrow", and jack and diane....maybe rename it to jill and diane for kicks
:$b0 another great cover would be amy doing jm's "weakest moments".

it looks like now is not the time to dub the ksca cd for folks, so lets wait
til it sells out (i am sure it will). also, my many apologies to karen tongson,
not tsongas, for butchering her name!!!

lovin y'all!

susan

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from:         karen robinson <lynn@texas.net>
subject:      newport and stuff

        hi all - watched live at the uptown lounge for the fifth (or more)
time the other night.  i think emily's voice has strengthened considerably
since then.  as has her stage banter and presence.  her guitar... wow.... as
always.  she do make them fingers fly.  and amy's intensity during blood and
fire just hypnotizes me...
        my travel buddy has 'blown' her nff money on an insurance deductible
due to another of the world's inattentive drivers bashing her car on the
freeway and driving on.  resulting in my going solo to newport.  (not going
is not even a consideration for me.)
        so - i'm looking for party partners.  (nerd attack - don't know
where that came from)  i'm going friday night to the concert at hotel viking
- anyone else going?  i try not to miss cheryl wheeler or patty larking
ever, if at all possible.  both are simply fabulous.
        and obviously, saturday and sunday, i'll be in attendance.  does
anyone know if you can or should take chairs to the nff?  (i'm only used to
texas folkfests where people occasionally even show up with small sofas in
the back of pickup trucks - then set them up with a portable refrigerator....)
        speaking of which - is anyone out there going to willie nelson's 4th
of july picnic in luckenbach?  (that's tomorrow ;-))
        guess that's enough delurking for one shot.  see y'all at newport.

"i do not base my opinions of people on race, sex, or orientation.  there
are enough reasons to dislike them just based on individual personalities."

all out of festivals (and $) until august, :-(
karen

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date:         wed, 3 jul 1996 13:48:03 -0400
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subject:      rob's gone till sunday--final deadline reminder!!!!!!

just a final note to say..i am gone...i will respond to all mail on sunday
evening.
happy indy day!!!!

take care
rob

order shirts!!! deadline is the 9th!!!!!!


please read the following carefully...then let me know if you still have any
questions :)  thanks.
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the 1996 official "unofficial" indigo girls list t-shirt

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if you are web impaired (don't have web access), please read the very bottom
of this message for a description of the shirt :)  thanks.

please save this message!
the following will be all the info you need to get your t-shirt.  this is
the
only time the shirts will be printed...and all orders must be received by
july 9th, 1996.
this means have it in the mail no later than the 6th!  ok,
to see the shirt, designed by deb, check it out on my home page.

see it directly at:
http://members.aol.com/ncrobino/igshirt.htm

or you can check out my whole home page, starting at the begining:
http://members.aol.com/ncrobino/robspage.htm

the ig shirt page has all the info to order as well.  so please forward that
address to anyone you may think might be interested in a shirt so that they
can check out the design too.

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ordering and shirt info

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---------------
the shirts are completely a volunteer effort on my part and deb's part.  we
both have volunteered our time and talents to bring this shirt to the
list...hence, they will be sold at cost!  absolutely no money is being made
on these shirts...therefore we must have a minimum of 50 shirts ordered in
order for us to break even.  if there is any money left over, which is very
doubtful, it will be donated to a charity that me and deb agree on and
believe in.
ok,
the shirts will be printed on 100% organic fabric.  they will have an earthy
look to them, and will be completely environmentally safe!  this was a bit
more ($1/shirt), but we think it is worth it!  the shirts are very durable
and thick....excellent quality!
the shirts will go as follows:
l     $14.50
xl   $14.50
xxl  $15.50

that is it!  $3.50 is added into that price for shipping and handling ($3
for
first class, $.50 for the envelope)...so you really can't beat $11 to $12
bucks for the shirt.  we are very proud that we kept the price so low, we
had
to shop around :)
to order:
i must receive your order before july 9th!  i will be moving to ecuador in
august and i must have enough time to get the shirts printed and then
shipped
out to everyone.  i am sorry, i can't have any acceptions due to this
restraint.  so order for friends and let them pay you back:)
what to send:
1. send a cashiers check, money order (made out to rob augino), or cash (at
your risk) for the amount indicated above.  remember, shipping is included
(if you have an international order, please add a few extra bucks.).

2.also, please don't forget this!  send a shipping label with your order.
  remember, print the address you want your shirt sent to on the shipping
label.  be sure to print your label clear and legibly!  it will be used on
your package and you don't want it going to columbia instead of
california...know what i mean?

that is it!  please check out the home page for extra details..and if you
have any questions at all...feel free to email me immediately!  i am very
accessible and will answer any questions anyone might have.
also, if you are going to order....please send me an email, just to let me
know.  thanks:)

thats it!  oh yeah, an address:
rob augino
7504 dunbar rd.
wilmington, nc 28405
usa
take care everyone and i hope to hear from you soon!  thanks for the
support!
rob augino
ncrobino@aol.com


i figured it would be best to send out written description of the t-shirt
for those of you out there who may not have web access. get comfy in chair
and try to imagine this......

the shirt itself: a 100% certified organic cotton t-shirt (which means the
little ole cotton plants get to live in the field free of pesticides and
other junk). the shirt color is "natural" (ya know, off-white).

the front design: a left chest imprint that represents the girls. it
consists of two iconish/hieroglyphic guitar playing characters (similar to
the ones on the indicated ii cover). one rests in a mustardy colored not so
perfect rectangle and resides next to one in a burgandyish not so perfect
rectangle. the words "power of two" are in a handwritten looking font and
reversed out of a black not so perfect oval that rests above the
characters. below the image is the address of the list.

and if had the patience to draw
that with the keyboard characters
i would put it here --------------------->

the back image: one of amy's streams interspersed with lyrics by emily that
echo the stream's sediments. amy's words are in an upper case distressed
type font and printed in the burgandy color. emily's words are in a
lowercase handwritten looking font and printed in the mustard color. the
words are as follows:

i will walk down the street
i will walk down the street
i will walk down the street and i will hold my head high.

(my life is part of the global life)

i will walk down the street and i will say hello to everybody
and i will hold my head high.
i will say hello to everyone

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

i will not be ashamed
i will fall down and i will get back up again
i will not be ashamed

(nobody gets a lifetime rehearsal, as specks of dust we're universal)

i will not be complacent
i will not be complacent
i will not be complacent

(by grace my sight grows stronger)

and we will not be complacent
and we will not be complacent
and we will not be ashamed

(my place is of the sun)

and we will be alive
and we will be happy
and we will walk down the street
and we will smile and we won't worry about it

(each life has its place)

we will not be racist
we will not be sexist
we will not be homophobic
we will not hate

(the evil ego and the vice of pride
is there ever anything else that makes us take our different sides?)

we will love we will love we will love we will love
we will love the ones we hate
we will love the ones we hate

(little version of the symbol from the front)

...it's all in our hands
got to learn to respect what we don't understand
we are fortunate ones, fortunate ones i swear... (in burgandy)

words and lyrics by amy ray and emily saliers
all rights are theirs (in the mustardy color)

well that's about it. if after all of that you still can't imagine what it
looks like and if you have any kind of software that will allow you to view
a jpeg or eps file, let me know i can email you a file to view. or if those
little letters mean nothing to you i can fax you or snail mail you a
print-out of the design if you really, really need to see it before
ordering. just let me know!
thanks again.
rob augino

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reply-to:     "j. hunter" <juhunter@fdic.gov>
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from:         "j. hunter" <juhunter@fdic.gov>
subject:      re: newport and stuff

hi. thought i'd comment on good things to take to newport.

1. lots of food/munchies cuz the food there is expensive and not very good
except the ice cream.
2. nothing in glass jars or bottles--they inspect everything before you enter
the park and anything in glass goes in the trash immediately.
3.  blankets are better than chairs...mostly chairs block the view of others.
4. card games, reading material, etc to keep yourself amused until the music
starts.
5. cameras with zoom lenses--the throw-away kind is best
6. cash for souvenirs and programs
7. umbrellas, rain ponchos, sun screen, paper fans, shades..cool shirts, warm
jackets--wear it all and strip appropriately -- prepare for anything.
8. portable radio, tape player, recording equip., videocam, laptop, whatever
:)


jude :)

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reply-to:     world's biggest indigo girls fan <jsledd@loki.berry.edu>
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from:         world's biggest indigo girls fan <jsledd@loki.berry.edu>
subject:      hello!

hey everyone!

     just a short note to introduce myself.  my name is jason sledd,
and i just subscribed to the list about 1 and 1/2 weeks ago.  i have
been listening to the girls since my junior year of high school
(1991).  i am originally from decatur, al.  right now, i am a student
at berry college in rome, ga.  i have seen a&e in concert about seven
or eight times now.  i got to meet them at the swamp ophelia release
party at tower records in atlanta.  and, a few weeks ago i saw amy
and friends (michael lorant, sheila doyle, danielle howle, and anne
richards(on?).  after years of diving for flying guitar pics thrown
by a or e, i finally got one from amy.  i asked her between sets if
i could have it after the show, and she said "sure".  she was very
nice (i always feel really dumb when i talk to her).

i would love to trade for some bootleg material.  i thought that i
didn't have much to trade, but my girlfriend (meridith) reminded me
of the video i made when the ig's played at city stages in
birmingham, al at the start of the so tour.  i also have some photos
of amy and friends at eddie's attic.

anyway, that's a little bit about me : ).  i'm really glad i live
closer to atlanta now.  after reading about it on the list, i am
going to have to check out the pride festival next year!!

later,

jason

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date:         wed, 3 jul 1996 12:15:04 -0700
reply-to:     gwen keyt <gkeyt@paul.spu.edu>
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from:         gwen keyt <gkeyt@paul.spu.edu>
subject:      re: when you're ready: vld
x-to:         water <water@nrv.net>
in-reply-to:  <199607030524.baa27403@kirk.nrv.net>

hey, i've been reading a lot lately about vld, rdr etc. and was
wonderin'...is there a way that we could legally make a tape of
ig-friendly bands and distribute it throughout the list?  i am guessing it
would have to be a tape of boot tracks, unless we wanted to devise a way
to send royalties to the bands.  but it's pretty hard to find some of
these bands in some parts of the country (i'm not speaking for
myself...you can find about anything in seattle..) and it might be kinda
cool.  or has it already been done?  just wonderin'...

*************************************************************************
"when you were born, you cried and the world rejoiced.  live your life in
such a way that, when you die, the world cries and you rejoice."--chief
seattle

******gwen keyt******
seattle pacific university
bsn class of 1997
gkeyt@paul.spu.edu

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date:         wed, 3 jul 1996 15:24:22 -0400
reply-to:     indigopony@aol.com
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from:         indigopony@aol.com
subject:      summer projects...please help!

hey, y'all!  i'm jumping on the bandwagon of summer projects (following amy
and
wendell, among others).  i have been thinking of making tapes which contain
the same songs in the same order as the epic-released albums, but all live
(my favorite
live versions).  does this make sense so far??  but here's my teensy little
problem:
i haven't been able to find live versions of the following songs: "southland
in the springtime", "keeper of my heart", "make it easier", "you left it up
to me", "romeo
and juliet", "hand me downs","history of us" (i have the ep version, but
that's not live, is it?) and "airplane".  the project won't work if i don't
have all of these songs, so i'd really appreciate anyone's help.  i have a
boot collection if anyone wants to trade...
thanks! =)

peace, love, and sunny days,
ponygirl a.k.a. carrie
p.s.  has this type of thing been done before?  i've never heard of anyone
doing it...

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subject:      vld stuff (migc)

for anyone who hasn't heard vld yet, they're great!!!  i, too, noticed that
amy was saying the same things in a touch me fall soc as in "when you're
ready".  interesting... what's also interesting is that one of vld's songs is
called "fall", and jane scarpantoni plays cello on "fall", "when you're
ready", and (in concert, though not on the album) tmf.  connection? =)  i
wish they'd put another cd out soon!

i also had a couple of lyric questions, because sometimes cooper is hard to
understand above those amazing guitar riffs.  i wish they'd print all of the
lyrics in the cd inserts. i couldn't find their lyrics on the web, but if
they're there, just let me know and i'll look again. okay, here goes...in
silver bullets, i can't tell what they're saying after the whole "i didn't
know you" part near the end of the song.  something about a "rock star"??
and then in ready steady go, again near the end, what does she say after "i
remember_________"?  i'm sorry to waste bandwidth, but it's been bugging me
not to know the lyrics.  these are the questions...;)

one more question, and then i'll go--promise!  does anyone know if vld boots
exist?  if so, does someone happen to have any? (oops--that was 2 questions.
i guess i lied.)  i really, really want to hear them live, and i'd be
willing to trade whatever i have <grovel, grovel>.
thanks so much, y'all...you're the greatest! =)

peace, love, and diviants (who made up that word?  brooke?  great word! =),
carrie

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date:         wed, 3 jul 1996 13:30:41 -0600
reply-to:     karen duncan <kduncan@br.state.ut.us>
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from:         karen duncan <kduncan@br.state.ut.us>
subject:      atlanta music sampler
x-to:         gkeyt@paul.spu.edu

hi --

i was reading gwen's message about atlanta music. i agree that it would
be great to have more exposure to other ig-oriented bands from the
atlanta area.  i have always been interested in listening to some of these
bands but i really don't have the opportunity to in utah.

as gwen suggested, would it be possible to make a sampler tape of ig
friendly bands?  maybe put on one or two songs from each artist?  i
don't know what kind of copyright problems etc. that might present.
but i, for one, would be really interested in something like that.  being
stuck in utah makes it a difficult to get ahold of atlanta-based music.

if anyone is interested in something like this or if something is already
available, let me know.

kd

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reply-to:     gwen keyt <gkeyt@paul.spu.edu>
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from:         gwen keyt <gkeyt@paul.spu.edu>
subject:      re: just a little story
x-to:         helene burningham <h.burningham@ulst.ac.uk>
in-reply-to:  <270095b64f7@sperrin.ulst.ac.uk>

ah yes, conversion stories!  i have to add mine since i am sure this list
is about to become a flurry of stories...which is great, i love em!  i
have been a fan since i say the ctf video in 1988 on vh-1, but i didn't
become a die hard love-em-till-i-die fan until i was on a road trip in
1992 and i bought rites of passage somewhere in death valley, ca on the
way back from a tacoma-tucson-southern cal loop.  driving through the
desert at sunset listening to amy's cover of romeo and juliet converted
me.  didn't help that i had just ended a 2 year relationship...as we
probably can all testify to, rop is killer on broken hearts.  the first
time i heard chickenman was actually before i bought the tape, the day
before i left for arizona that week, when some friends and i were driving
up to vancouver, bc.  i remember a shockwave running through seattle and
tacoma that summer, it seems there were a lot of broken hearts who wailed
at once upon hearing ghost....it always touched me that cedar tree closed
rop, it was such a beautiful ending.  that's my story, for what it's
worth.  ah, memories...:)

on wed, 3 jul 1996, helene burningham wrote:

> hi there...how's it going...i've been really busy recently and have
> only just had a chance to catch up on all my mail...tmf was so
> interesting, but i think my mail folder must be nibbled at because
> despite millions of references to the sexplanation, i never saw it so
> was a little confused...but never mind :)
> just a little 'got-a-friend-hooked' story for y'all.  one of my
> housemates from the last year is spending the summer away from her
> best friend and having a sometimes tough time...before she left, she
> asked me to do her a tape...she'd pratically spent the whole year
> complaining about the type of music i listened to, but figured she'd
> miss it if it wasn't there.  so i did a mix of all my stuff (which i guess
> was kinda ig-biased)...anyways, she was back for her friends
> graduation at the weekend...she came into my room and asked me to put
> on some ig...she said she had fallen in love with them, and when she
> said those words, i fell back into the memory of those first
> feelings when you first get into ig...oh it was amazing...she's at
> the glorious stage at the moment where she wants to hear every song
> they've ever done...being away from home, she's actually had the time
> with no distractions, to *really* listen to their music...does
> everyone else remember the first feelings of 'oh my god, this is
> something more...' when they realised that ig weren't just another
> good music group, but that they touched something so much deeper
> within you...
> gosh, i could go on all day...just had to share my friends
> enlightenment and my reliving of falling in love with ig
> happy days
> love helene
>
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reply-to:     gwen keyt <gkeyt@paul.spu.edu>
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from:         gwen keyt <gkeyt@paul.spu.edu>
subject:      re: stevie ray and ksca
x-to:         "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
in-reply-to:  <30945658@dancer.dartmouth.edu>

on wed, 3 jul 1996, susan b. marine wrote:

> hi all...a couple of thoughts as i read through the digest this morning. first
> of all, i wholeheartedly agree that a and e could pull of stevie ray vaughn,
> but....pride and joy? what would our amazing amy sing in place of "she's my
> sweet little baby, i'm her little lover.....boy??????".
why not?  it could be another "joking"!

>
> as far as covers go....i am also a huge fan of john mellencamp and think they
> could do justice to a number of his tunes, particularly "play guitar",
> "scarecrow", and jack and diane....maybe rename it to jill and diane for kicks
> :$b0 another great cover would be amy doing jm's "weakest moments".
>
i vote for the girls doing some bruce...."jersey girl", "no surrender",
"thunder road", "red headed woman", "born to run" (amy!!!!), "one step
up", the list goes on...

on the cd player now:  mary chapin carpenter, stones in the road.  mary
rocks.

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reply-to:     wendell lee <wlee@indy1.calarts.edu>
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from:         wendell lee <wlee@indy1.calarts.edu>
subject:      songs before they were songs
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hi all, i have great news!  it looks like the songs before they were songs
tape will be happening and hopefully pretty soon.  but i still need your
help out there in the world of rare ig boots holders.  so far we have a
fairly good list of things which will be on the tape.  here's what's going
on so far:

pushing the needle too far (from chapel hill 87)
nashville ( from a long time ago)
welcome me (from uptown girls-because the guitar solo rocks, and is
             different than on the album)
love will come to you (thanks carrie-with added verse)
cedar tree (thanks carrie)
fare thee well (thanks you know who again)
least complicated (thanks greg)
fugitive ( greg again)
reunion (and once again...greg)
chiapas bound
problem child
cut it out
pray my way through or around it
going to the country
don't give that girl a gun
get out the map
shame on you
blood quantum ( but i may not put this on since the recording is so poor)

so this is where i need your help.  if you have any boots of ig that has
songs that they played before they recorded it and it sounds different
than on the albun, please email me, and i can start compiling.  from the
looks of it so far, the tape is heavy with new songs, and i would like to
have more from their other albums especially rites, and swamp ophelia, and
even nomads...any help is appreciated.  i will keep everyone posted.  have
a good 4th of july weekend!

love, wendell

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date:         wed, 3 jul 1996 16:07:57 edt
reply-to:     lorinda wright <lw01@lehigh.edu>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         lorinda wright <lw01@lehigh.edu>
subject:      re: stevie ray and ksca

>but....pride and joy? what would our amazing amy sing in place of "she's my
>sweet little baby, i'm her little lover.....boy??????".

she'd sing exactly that! after all, she was a boy in joking...

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:         wed, 3 jul 1996 16:12:04 -0400
reply-to:     andrews sarah <andrews@cs.concordia.ca>
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from:         andrews sarah <andrews@cs.concordia.ca>
subject:      covers
in-reply-to:  your message of "wed, 03 jul 1996 12:57:31 pdt."
              <pine.osf.3.94.960703125309.11048g-100000@paul.spu.edu>

>i vote for the girls doing some bruce...."jersey girl", "no surrender",
>"thunder road", "red headed woman", "born to run" (amy!!!!), "one step
>up", the list goes on...

yes!  how 'bout "i'm on fire" - amy singing of course (*drool*)

and as for john mellencamp stuff - why not "hurts so good"?  i'm
sure amy could pull it off...


>
>on the cd player now:  mary chapin carpenter, stones in the road.  mary
>rocks.

good pick!  she sure does.

-sarah :)

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subject:      re: atlanta music sampler

just thought i'd pass along this info regarding samplers :)
both daemon records and long play
put out a pretty good variety of samplers at a
bargain rate..best deal around in my book..
and since they are available via mail order
they are easy to get !
i've been listening to the "feral' daemon sampler lately
(i think it cost around 5 bucks :) it's great !!!
both companies seem to work in conjunction with each other
to it's easy to access artists work of either label.

long play
pob 55233
atlanta, ga 30308
longplay22@aol.com
http://monsterbit.com

daemon records
pob 1207
decatur ga 30031
http://monsterbit.com/daemon/

happy listening !!!!

binky

"someone calls "eddie" up to their lap and i purr but i'd sure like to
get me my breakfast........."

laura nyro "the cat song"

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okay...i'll bite :)

"free money" patti smith
(i understand that amy already has done that..well she should do it again i
say !)

"birdland" patti smith
"citizen ship" who does that ? could it be....patti smith ???? (heh heh)

by the way...i just got "gone again" ( patti smith) and am loving it !!!!!

amy ray and patti smith were cut from the same cloth i do believe ;)
i would walk accross fire to see them play together...well maybe not...
but that would sure be something to see !!!!

love !
binky

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subject:      atlanta pride boot offer

greeting all in indigo land!!!

i am going to take the plunge and make a boot offer from the tape i made
at atlanta pride 6\30\96.  the quality is really good since i was lucky
enough to be in front row.  i need some help identiying two vld songs,
so if anyone who was there can tell me the names that would be great.
here is the set list on the tape:

hash (emily's side band)
----
keep on growin'
fool for your love
levon
high horse w\amy ray

indigo girls
------------
galileo
chickenman
get out the map
same old lost tribe w\rach albert

side two:

indigo girls cont.
------------------
shame on you
southern man w\kristen hall
wild horses w\michelle malone

viva la diva
------------
freedom
silver bullets
(no idea of the name)
(no idea of the name, maybe something like stay)
ultra angel
mc cartney


if you are interested in a copy, send me email first so i can try to see if
this is something i can do on my own, if not i might enlist some listmembers
who are willing to help me copy the show, if any of you would like to help,
let me know.  i guess for now, send me email and when i get it i will send
you a message and we can start the taping.  this is what i need from you:

a blank 100 minute tape
you to send me an envelope that i can re-send your tape to you in
and an address label and postage.  thanks a lot and i will get in touch
with you soon.  my address is:
                                deb o'donoghue
                                80 williams st. apt. 1b
                                northampton, ma 01060

take care and  peace!

-deb
doobie@student.umass.edu

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in-reply-to:  your message of "wed, 03 jul 1996 16:51:15 edt."
              <960703165112_148448928@emout09.mail.aol.com>

ok, getting silly now... how about the banana boat song?

"hey mr. tallyman, tally me banana...
daylight come and me wanna go home..."  (words? sp?)

they could wear yellow... it could be a singalong...

(i think i've been sitting in front of a computer for too long. ack.)

-sarah

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> hi --
>
> i was reading gwen's message about atlanta music. i agree that it
would
> be great to have more exposure to other ig-oriented bands from the
> atlanta area.  i have always been interested in listening to some of
these
> bands but i really don't have the opportunity to in utah.
>
> as gwen suggested, would it be possible to make a sampler tape of ig
> friendly bands?  maybe put on one or two songs from each artist?  i
> don't know what kind of copyright problems etc. that might present.
> but i, for one, would be really interested in something like that.
being
> stuck in utah makes it a difficult to get ahold of atlanta-based
music.
>
> if anyone is interested in something like this or if something is
already
> available, let me know.
>
> kd

daemon records has two tapes for sale called "ferral" and "what's for
supper?". they are only $5 each and they have tracks on them by many
atlanta artists. if you buy these then the money goes to the artists and
it keeps daemon in business. i have both tapes and highly reccommend
them :)

sharon

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on wed, 3 jul 1996, susan b. marine wrote:

>i vote for the girls doing some bruce...."jersey girl", "no surrender",
>"thunder road", "red headed woman", "born to run" (amy!!!!), "one step
>up", the list goes on...

very cool!!!! amy doing "thunder road".... pure inspiration!=20

"thunder road"  has what is, imho, some of the coolest visual imagery =
lines every written in a rock song:

"the screen door slams, mary's dress waves. like a vision she dances =
across the porch as the radio plays, roy orbison singing "for the =
lonely", hey that's me and i want you only, so don't turn me home again, =
i just can't face myself alone again.."

what a great, great line..

wow, can anyone get to amy and beseech of her to perform this song =
during their next tour??!!??

a song i would love to hear emily sing is a townes van zandt song called =
"tecumseh valley" a really sad, poignant, beautiful song.

have a great weekend y'all!!!!!!!

peace and love,

dan perkins

"gabba gabba hey"
                       -the ramones

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subject:      re: songs we'd like to see the igs cover

on wed, 03 jul 96 08:57:52 est, paul j. sgroi wrote:

>i'd like to see/hear them do neil young's "we never danced,(emily)"
>"i am a child,(amy)",hall & oates' "sara smile(emily),"
>todd rundgren's "can we still be friends(amy)," and
>10cc's "i'm not in love(emily)" "the things we do for love(amy)"

i'm not that familiar with either neil young's or todd rundgren's
respective oeuvres, but i definitely agree with the hall & oates and 10
cc choices here. ah yes, the songs of my wayward youth <grin>. i was
12-13 when these came on the radio...

also today, at 10:48:40 -0400, harry keates wrote:

>>i'd actually be interested in seeing/hearing emily and amy cover some
>>eric clapton tunes,

>rahadyan,  i agree with the thought, there are a number of ec songs that
>i'd love to see them cover, especially layla,  but for me it would
>definately be the original version (i am not a fan at all of the
>unplugged layla).  the voclas on the original  layla are pure passion,
>perfect for amy, and it would be a great guitar piece for emily.

or perhaps amy doing it as a duet with melissa etheridge. btw, did
anyone on the ig list catch me on vh1 duets a few weeks back, with
sophie b. hawkins, jewel and some others...? which brings to mind the
possibility of emily doing jewel's "who will save your soul?" and amy
doing sophie b.'s "damn! i wish i was your lover"...

>they have done a version of "knocking on heaven's door"  a while back,
>'89 i think.  i can't remember what its on but i know i've heard it.

"knocking..." is originally a bob dylan tune, no? that would be pretty
cool to hear igs cover it, not to mention "forever young" (not to be
confused with the rod stewart song, which is totally different), "lay,
lady, lay", "positively 4th street". "knocking on heaven's door" would
seem to be more a emily tune, while the others i mentioned would be
best with amy doing vocals, imnsho.

>personally, i'd love to see them cover some proclaimers songs, any
>proclaimers songs,  the lyrical styles are very similar and the >harmonies would be great!

i'm only familiar with "10,000 miles", the song from _benny and joon_.
sounds good to me.

>i also wish they had put "the weakness in me" on 1200 curfews.  that's my
>favorite ig cover by far.  there are many more joan armatrading songs i'd
>love to hear them do, love and affection, willow, down to zero, show some
>emotion, so many more possibilities.

well, here's an idea: ig cover of janis ian's "society's child", "at
seventeen". sorry to say i'm not familiar with janis's work aside from
the singles. i like her stuff, though (as well as her columns in
_performing songwriter_ and _advocate_).

does anyone remember the joke on the ig discography of the fake ted
nugent tribute cd? (on it, igs would have done "yank me, crank me (but
don't wake up and thank me)") how about...

"newtonian physics: the olivia newton-john tribute album" -- with amy
singing "please, mr. please" and the two singing "physical" <vbeg>

seriously though, re-reading the "going to the chapel" thread of a few
days ago put in my mind igs covering queen's "you're my best friend" or
" '39" from their _night at the opera_ (1975) album.

less seriously, since igs did "finlandia", why not a cd of emily and
amy doing the national anthems of various countries <g,d,r>...

more twisted and imaginative thoughts later...

peace, love and indigo to youse (that's how we say "y'all" in noo
yawk),

best regards,

rahadyan sastrowardoyo
tisast@nytimes.com

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subject:      re [2]: songs we'd like to see igs cover

yesterday, on 02 jul 96 at 21:07:32, sarah andrews wrote:

> ok, here's a shameless one:  springsteen's i'm on fire.
> amy singing, of course. *melt*
>
>  -sarah
>
> hey little girl is your daddy home...

or, more shamelessly, the springsteen parody from 15 years ago (don't
remember who did it): "boardwalk santa"

<rahadyan collapses in a fit of giggles>

hm. igs on "the last temptation of the boss: a bruce springsteen
tribute album" ... "glory days", "dancing in the dark" (my least
favorite springsteen song of all time, though in a more populist mood,
i give it a 93, it's got a good beat, you can dance to it).

why not a cover of clarence clemons/jackson browne's "you're a friend
of mine"?

--rahadyan

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subject:      nigc - general apology to all of those ignored

hello, all!
      i am sorry to waste space with this, but i have been quite busy lately
what with all of the shows to which i've gone and then being out of town and
now having to get back into work mode... the reason for this post is simple.
i just want to apologise to those of you to whom i've not replied,
e-mail-wise.  i'm still sorting through stuff from the 19th, so it might be a
while, but i haven't forgotten you and i will write back, i swear!  if you
sent a blank for something, it's sitting in a first-come-fist-serve stack on
my dresser.  my stereo system was not living at home for a week or so, so
i've yet to finish your stuff, but dubbing has resumed and all should be out
asap.  if you wanted michelle malone tapes from me, i have them now. =)  got
them friday night. =)  got one or two extras if anyone who wasn't in on the
order is interested. =)  (sue, katy, and elizabeth, please write to me for
details.)  taking orders for next month's batch if anyone needs anything. =)
always happy to buy from her for you. =)  as usual, i'm looking for more mm
info, boots, fans. =)  she was incredible friday night.  pride was incredible
sunday.  overwhelming, really... um, i suppose that's all. =)  sorry to be so
terribly dull.  scot, i'm really excited for you and your album and will
write soon.  sarah, i am _so_ sorry... i'm really going to get back to all
that mail.  p-head, your master misses you and will get back to you in a day
or two, she hopes. =)  everyone else, peace, love, and mexican trailor parks,
sarah  (is it "trailor" or "trailer"?)

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subject:      re: questions questions questions (answers anyone?)

x-shameless cd-plug: ani difranco, dilate
lines: 17

justin peter finnegan <jpf5@lehigh.edu> wrote:

>        first of all there's a new (maybe old?) bootleg cd out. its called
>        "uptown lounge" and yes its a cd not the video. the cover is the
>        graphic from inside the rop cover. it doesn't have anything
>        unrealesed, and doesn't mention what show its from. so here's the
>        question. is it worth the $24 it costs? if anyone has it i'd love to
>        know.

personally, i would be a little uneasy buying a bootleg of something that
has been released legitmately (albeit in a different format). ymmv.

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subject:      re: the ep and more... legal?

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water <water@nrv.net> wrote:

>        this post, and a post before it make y'all sound like spoiled little
>brats.. do y'all really realize how *lucky* you are to have the ep and
>more???

basically, your entire rebuttal (you're just lucky to have it) missed the
point of the original post entirely. you never addressed the matter of why
the "big hearts" distributing this disk are charging higher than even
normal bootleg prices for it without complaints, while a few months ago
someone on the list attempted to do the same thing and got flamed to a
crisp. how would it go over here if i called one of the dealers in goldmine
to get 200 copies of club r&r made into cds for $10 a piece and then sold
them for $35 + $5 s&h?

no doubt many of us are thrilled to have it, lucky to have it, grateful for
it -- but can't you put your loyalty aside long enough for an intelligent
discussion of the questions above? frankly, i have no problem with perry
getting whatever the market will bear, but i think it's naive to think
that it is a *purely* altruistic venture. as a long-time, very happy
customer of rdr, i'd be surprised if even perry would be bold enough to
claim that.

as for the quality of the cd, i can tell you that perry made very sure i
knew what i was getting -- great sound but a fragile disc. no surprises
there.

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gwen keyt <gkeyt@paul.spu.edu> wrote:

>hey, i've been reading a lot lately about vld, rdr etc. and was
>wonderin'...is there a way that we could legally make a tape of
>ig-friendly bands and distribute it throughout the list?  i am guessing it
>would have to be a tape of boot tracks, unless we wanted to devise a way
>to send royalties to the bands.

technically, the bands are being shorted either way, but boot material
would probably be better.

>but it's pretty hard to find some of
>these bands in some parts of the country (i'm not speaking for
>myself...you can find about anything in seattle..) and it might be kinda
>cool.  or has it already been done?  just wonderin'...

someone distributed a tape of many atl artists a couple of years ago, but
there are a lot of new faces here since then. :)

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robert caldwell - hudson library <caldwer@snoopy.tblc.lib.fl.us> wrote:

>the performances are from 2 different shows.  one is from a cd that had an
>acoustic allman brothers performance on it also.  i think it was from some
>kind of benefit performance (?), 1989 or 1990 (?).

that's club r&r. it was a promo event... the full title is "club r&r and
epic records present an acoustic evening with the allman brothers band &
the indigo girls." now you know why we've abbreviated it. :) it was
recorded at the radio & records convention, l.a., 6/11/92.

>i've heard this cd
>goes for mucho money now...   the songs he taped for me from this show are
>watershed, watchtower, hammer and nail, melissa, 10,000 wars, daddy's all
>gone.

umm... never mind. none of those songs are on "club r&r." those sound like
tracks from "shades of indigo," except that "all along the watchtower" is
not on there... maybe "watershed" and "...watchtower" are from the
"watershed" single.

>the other show is older (mid to late '80's) and from a smaller venue
>(uptown lounge?).  i only have 3 songs from it: love of the common people,
>mona lisa's and mad hatters, and american tune.

that's their earliest promo. "reverse-1 live."

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subject:      nofj tapes

i missed the info for the nofj tape(s) tree...could someone mail it to me??

please?

thanks

love

larissa

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subject:      ig cover song wish list

hmmm,

off the top of my head, i'd like to hear amy sing "rock & roll" by led
zeppelin (and no, i don't know how to spell led zep).  "rock & roll."

oooh, ooh, another thought....how 'bout "the crystal ship" by the doors
(yeah, yeah, anniversary of morrison's death <yawn>).

actually, i think they'd sound good doing any of john mellencamp's stuff.
like maybe check it out, minutes to memories.  how 'bout some old u2 like
"tomorrow."  oh...and why not ig doing any of michelle malone's songs -
"power of love," "thomas in a circle," hmmm i dunno, maybe "cuyahoga" by rem?
hmm, ok, one more:  "2541" by grant hart.

oh well, this all sounds like nostalgic stuff.  maybe we should let 'em write
and sing their own stuff. <shrug>

lorie

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subject:      re: live stuff

> and before mona lisa's, amy says "okay, we're
>gonna do this song by elton john and bernie taupin" an audience member
>shouts "for your friends?", amy says "yeah, for our friends- thank you"
>
that part sounds like a show aug. 21 & 22, 1993 at university of oregon...i
have mona lisas from that show and that's exactly what is said.  i don't know
about the other three songs, but at the u. of oregon show they also did
hammer and a nail, pushing the needle, all along the watchtower (a great
version, btw), and chickenman (no soc...:)  i can't be sure, especially since
you said it was an early show, but it sounds awfully similar...
katy

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subject:      nigc -- dar williams

i've noticed a lot of folks here raving about dar williams, so i thought
if any of you live in/near northampton, ma you'd like to know that she
is playing the iron horse music hall this sunday at 7pm.  even though
i've never heard any of her music before i am thinking very seriously
about making the hour and a half drive from albany, ny to see her after
reading all the wonderful things you've posted about her.  if anyone
else is thinking of going, e-mail me and we'll try to meet.

                                               tuesday's child

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date:         wed, 3 jul 1996 22:16:23 -0400
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subject:      re: live stuff
x-to:         motor625@aol.com
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              at jul 3, 96 09:57:04 pm

nope, i know where your mistake is and it is not your problem...
it was actually released as a cd boot, as both "history of us" (i got that
appox. a year ago) and as blood and fire (rereleased since there were many
bad copies of hou) but the cd has oregon (either the 8/21 or 8/22 show) hou
has melissa from shades and another version of least complicated) and the
incredible "reverse one live" promo recorded on 5/8/89 at little 5 points
pub. i believe that tape the person had a friend make is a compliation of
the shades of indigo live tracks and reverse one live, which, btw is an
awesome combo and you should kiss the ground your friend walks on 8^)
mike r.
*who has had both of those for 5 years*
(damn time flies when your listening to good music)

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subject:      cover me! i'm going in....

okay. how many times can i use this subject line is the question. :)

bob dylan's "you belong to me" which i've only heard from the natural born
killers soundtrack.

iris dement's "my life" which is one of my very favorite songs.

"woyaho", "me by the sea", or "circle" from edie brickell & new bohemians!!

:)
by the way:

is it true that the fourth of july kicks off weird al yankovic's "honor the
mirth" superstar tour?

with such acts as tori amos singing the follow up to her song, "icicle"--
"host" (i'm in love with the host)!
courtney love & bikini kill's kathleen hanna singing "you and me of the
10,000 wars"!
the amazing gonzo performing his version of a rop classic- "three hens to the
heart son & it's poultry in motion..."!!!

and who wants to miss charlie sheen's musical debut? "rashville" !!

;)  the president of the charlie sheen fan club, rick can be seen running
through the woods in his underwear singing ted nugent songs in the upcoming
paramount (to nothing) release, "irrelevance" which is kind of like
deliverance only a little hipper and with better jokes. ;)

rick

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subject:      re: ig cover song wish list

in a message dated 96-07-03 21:58:47 edt, mediamongr@aol.com (lorie driscoll)
writes:

<< off the top of my head, i'd like to hear amy sing "rock & roll" by led
zeppelin (and no, i don't know how to spell led zep).  "rock & roll."
  >>

oooh!!!!!!!!!  i'd love to hear amy do "d'yer mak'er" which could be one of
the sexiest songs ever.

:)

rick
basking after a terrible day made better when a beautiful guy flirted with me

*he said we're searching for illegal immigrants can we check your car?
  i said funny but i think we were on that same boat back in 1694!!*

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subject:      amy + dy'er mak'er?

in a message dated 96-07-03 21:58:47 edt, mediamongr@aol.com (lorie driscoll)
writes:

<< off the top of my head, i'd like to hear amy sing "rock & roll" by led
zeppelin (and no, i don't know how to spell led zep).  "rock & roll."
  >>

>oooh!!!!!!!!!  i'd love to hear amy do "d'yer mak'er" which could be one of
>the sexiest songs ever.

amy ray doing dy'er mak'er?   no, no, no, no, no...  it would just be too
sexy and i would flat-out die of heart failure upon hearing it.  it's bad
enough already, my swooning at the sound of her voice...

g'night--
corinne

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subject:      re: atlanta pride

hi all!
just go back from a trip south, including the weekend in atlanta. had a
great time, and it blew baltimore pride out of the water. awesome 'n then
some.don't have much to add to the comments about the music except i
could have listened to lots more of it especially ig. others i enjoyed
that i hadn't heard before (live/recorded) were doria roberts who just
moved from philly to atlanta( the mecca for musicians lately) a talented
young jazzy-folky singer-songwriter; an argentinian, celeste carballo,
terrific guitarist and singer , who also did a song with vld; angela
motter band, and red letter day, a 3 women group from the dc, maryland
area that i had heard of but never encountered, but i will in the future.
nice sound. the drag show and cabaret late sunday was a hoot.

more ig specifics; i was in the " orchestra" and the din from the crowd
of 180,000 + people made it hard to hear some of the spoken stuff, but i
think  emily introduced high horse as "a song only a mother could love".
she also said something to the effect that it was an emotional day, that
she'd cried about 6 times ? behind her sun glasses, that the whole
spectacle was "empowering" and that it felt like *family* (huge roar). i
couldn't make out what amy said. it definitely was overwhelming. i kept
turning around and just looking at the spectacle. the colorful tents on
the side of the hill, the banners and flags and balloons and the colorful
sea of humanity all having a great time. sort of like a crusader
encampment (before the battles).

the dyke march on sat eve was impressive. not good at estimates but
1000+ took part, including a bevy of bare-breasted beauties, who marched
down the center of the road. the atlanta police turned a blind eye( bless
their hearts). the funny thing was watching the reaction of passing
motorists and spectators. a few were treated at local ers for dislocated
jaws later. some drove by staring stonily ahead like "parade?what
parade?" most just smiled and waved.

sunday night after the final act the crowd, still huge, dispersed,
laughing and slapping passerbys, black, white, male,female or whatever on
the back saying (a la beer commercial)
  *i love you man*. great feeling. if only it could last.

glad i went. it will make up for not making nff or bumbershoot.

marilyn


i am a problem child- i've been wild all my days...(a.ray)

..still crazy after all these years.. (p. simon)

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subject:      new info re: ig pride boot offer

greetings all in indigo land,

i did not really know what i was getting into when i offered this tape,
so you will all have to forgive me for my lack of vision for this
project.  i will be setting up a tape tree over the weekend and will
be able to give you more specific information about who to send tapes and
sase's to.  if you already sent a tape, email me so i know it is coming.

please do not send me any more tapes, i got over 50 requests, and i need
to make copies for the people helping me with the tape tree, so i will
be very busy with that over the next few days to week.  as soon as i
get the tree up, i will let everyone know.  for now, please just sit
tight and i will have things set up as soon as i can.
please do not send me any more requests for the tapes, unless you are
offering to be a branch. my account is overflowing and i am going
bonkers trying to reply to people.

if there are any specific questions about the tape, let me know, otherwise
you will hear from me soon.  sorry about this slight delay, but i really
was not expecting this many requests.  hope you all have a great weekend.
take care and peace!

-deb
doobie@student.umass.edu

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              grrl o' cognitive dissonance" <t1kchevalier@wellesley.edu>
subject:      happy birthday! (july 4, 1996)

malonecm@rosevc.rose-hulman.edu (chad maloney):
"i woke up in the middle of a dream, scared the world was too much for me
sejarez said, 'don't let go, just plant the seeds & watch them grow'
i've slept in rainy canyonlands, cold & drenched to my skin
i always wake to find a face to calm these troubled lands"

(_world falls_)

:) :) :)

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subject:      pride _not really any igc

um, i was at sf pride and the paper said there were 350,000 of us but i would
say maybe even a few more...sure wish i had been able to see ig but i had a
beautiful day anyhoo...and the parade was *5* hours long in 92 degree
weather, hard to stand through but fun anyways...
love

lariss

oh, the igc was a good friend went with me who is from athens and knows emily
pretty well and said that she was psyched to be in sf but was still sad to be
missing atlanta pride because a&e have been wanting to do it for a long time
and always been on the road...

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subject:      re: cover me! i'm going in....
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on wed, 3 jul 1996, richard sayre iii wrote:

> okay. how many times can i use this subject line is the question. :)
>
> "woyaho", "me by the sea", or "circle" from edie brickell & new bohemians!!
>
now the edie brickel that would be good.

whilst we're here what is on my list of covers ...

        u2 : running to stand still, all i want is you ( possible soc
time ! )
        crowded house : don't dream it over ( great chance for harmony
heaven )
        fleetwood mac : landslide
        tori amos : silent all these years ( i reckon emily could do this
on the guitar lord knows i can't )
        don maclean : american pie ( what a sing along that would be )
        rem : everybody hurts ( sinple to play but the harmony ) or
earlier like perfect circle

the list grows and grows

jules ( whos been quite for a while )

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subject:      re: songs we'd like to see igs cover

in honor of the holiday, i'd love to hear them do dave
alvin's "4th of july."  it is one of my favorite songs, it
is song about two lovers who are so busy arguing, they
forgot it was a holiday.  great song.

amy has already done it live, who knows, they might record
it someday, but i would love to hear them do john fogerty's
"lodi."  i sure some of you have it on a bootleg.

i would also love to hear them do bruce springsteen's
"stolen car."  the character in that song might be a little
more desperate than most people in ig tunes, but i think
they could pull it off.  that song is about person who
drives a stolen car hoping to get caught in order to escape
a bad relationship. another good springsteen tune for them
to cover would be "bobbie jean."

these are all songs about loss or pain, but they could do
wonders with them imho!

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subject:      re: cover me! i'm going in....
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on thu, 4 jul 1996, julian knopf wrote:

> whilst we're here what is on my list of covers ...
>   u2 : running to stand still, all i want is you ( possible soc
>   time ! )

the thought of a+e covering any u2 song is so simply divine in my mind.
this prompted me to pull out all my u2 records and see which songs i can
just hear amy or emily singing...

amy: out of control, electric co., i threw a brick through a window,
     sunday bloody sunday, pride, acrobat, so cruel, elvis presley &
     america (ok go listen to it. yes.), bad (in my dreams. if amy ever
     did bad in concert i would like die right on the spot), wire...

can you just see her thrashing around on out of control? oooooh :)...

emily: a celebration, the ocean, tomorrow, all i want is you,
       the sweetest thing (i swear that's one of the best u2 songs
       ever recorded and it's a fraggin b-side!), running to stand still,
       mothers of the disappeared, like a song, 40, the first time...

ok i will stop there...

oh well, if you're a u2 fan then you can see where i am coming from.
and if you're not a u2 fan, i am surprised you read this far! :)

oh yeah and emily doing lemon! hahahahahahahahahaha (kidding)

today i was driving and this chorus from a song popped into my head. i had
to sing it outloud like 3 times before i could place it... it was u2's
early b-side "a celebration" !! woah... :) (i havent heard that song
actually played on my stereo in about 8 years)

- kristina

if i could, you know i would.
if i could, i would let it go.
this desparation.
dislocation.
separation.
condemnation.
revelation.
temptation.
isolation.
desolation.

(from "bad" -- amy could sing/wrench these lyrics out just as good as
bono!) >:)

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subject:      songs to cover ---

ok i just thought of one more ( i'm sure this is gonna happen all day
long see i just thought of another )

        abba : dancing quuen ;0)

        cat stevens : father and son ( great characters here ), moonshadow

jules
( i promise unless the others are inspired i won't post any more ! )

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subject:      tape offer

hi everybody!  i hope you're having a safe, fun holiday and enjoying a day
off!  i'm stuck in the lab for a while, but oh well.

because i've benefitted from the generosity of so many people on the list,
it's time for me to "share the wealth" and make some tapes, now that i have
some time free.  here's what i'm in the mood to tape:

blue food (1989?)
color me grey (amy solo 1986?)  each of these fits on a 60 minute tape, but
both will fit on one of those super 110 or 120 minute tapes.

decatur square, ga 5/9/87, 90 min, good sound, lots of chatter, r&j

i'll tape any (or all) of these for the first 20-25 people to write back to
me.  tell me what you want, and i'll give you my address to send blanks and a   sase.  depending on how swamped i get, i might do a few more, but i'll see.
have a good weekend!

sue

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subject:      live romeo&juliet

to whoever was looking for live versions of album songs, the decatur square
tape i just wrote about (from 1987) has r&j on it.  i'll make a copy for a
blank or a trade; let me know!  thanks,

sue

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i second the "i'm on fire" suggestion, and would add two other springsteen
songs to the wish list: "fire" (which is *really* sexy) and "war" (he
probably didn't write the latter one, but does a cool version of it).

i think emily would do a great version of  "crazy love" by van morrison - she
could get creative with the arrangement too.

and lastly, i'd like to see them do "running to stand still" by u2.

:)

anna

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subject:      re: covers

>i second the "i'm on fire" suggestion, and would add two other springsteen
>songs to the wish list: "fire" (which is *really* sexy) and "war" (he
>probably didn't write the latter one, but does a cool version of it).
you mean the one that goes "every morning i get up and i watch the war"? if
so, that's by jonatha brooke.
and i might as well add my own cover suggestions, while i'm at it. hmm...<
flips through cd collection>
* walking in memphis by marc cohn
* west point by jonatha brooke
* banquet and electricity by joni mitchell (the thought of emily singing
the latter already gives me goosebumps)
* you can always be gone by catie curtis
* absolution and come undone by carol noonan
kirsten

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subject:      covers

had to chip in.....

i'd love to hear amy do the old jazz standard "fever".  oooo. :)
also i still wanna hear her do van morrison's "moondance".

another don mclean song, i think emily could do a really beautiful
"vincent".

and i think they could have fun doing simon and garfunkel's "feelin'
groovy" song.  can't you hear 'em? "life i love you, all is
grooooooooovy......." :)

last but far from least, the song i still really want to hear them cover is
ernie's (you know, bert and ernie?)  "rubber ducky".  actually, i just
really think they should put out a cd of nothing but muppet/sesame street
songs......."c" is for cookie, anyone?

feelin' groovy,
cylinda

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in a message dated 96-07-04 12:38:30 edt, kirsten writes:

>* banquet and electricity by joni mitchell (the thought of emily singing
>the latter already gives me goosebumps)

oooh yeah !
i've been thinking of her( the emster) doing "for the roses' also !!!
at trout lake, oregon in 1994 e did part of "amelia" during
their sound check...it was positively transcendental !!!

as much as i'd like to see amy duet with patti smith, i'd like to see
emily duet with joni mitchell...i mean ..i'd like to see them equally
as much...duet...which is  a lot !!! (yeah)

as for the cat stevens "father and son" cover...aren't that
on tuesdays children ?
love !
mistress binkula

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subject:      attention: sundara murphy  (nigc)

sundara, if you're out there, i need to talk to you about your catie curtis
boot, and i don't have your email address, so if you read this can you
write me back?  thanks, and sorry for the waste of bandwith everyone......

cylinda

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subject:      re: nigc -- dar williams in northampton

        before anyone drives several hours to northampton, i thought i
should mention that her 7 pm show is rumored to be sold out!  however, there
is a second show at 10 pm, which supposedly has seats left.  i ordered my
tickets through 1-800-the-tick (northampton box office), but i think you can
order them from the iron horse directly at (413) 584-0610.

        dar's music is wonderful, and if you get the chance to see her...
go!  :)  i'll be the 18 year old girl with glasses and straight shoulder
length dark hair at the 7 pm show!  -emily


>subject: nigc -- dar williams
>
>i've noticed a lot of folks here raving about dar williams, so i thought
>if any of you live in/near northampton, ma you'd like to know that she
>is playing the iron horse music hall this sunday at 7pm.  even though
>i've never heard any of her music before i am thinking very seriously
>about making the hour and a half drive from albany, ny to see her after
>reading all the wonderful things you've posted about her.  if anyone
>else is thinking of going, e-mail me and we'll try to meet.
>
>

"i just hope it was o.k., i know it wasn't perfect
i hope in the end we can laugh and say
it was all worth it...
we make our own gravity to give weight to things
then things fall and they break
and gravity sings"
-a.d.

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date:         thu, 4 jul 1996 12:17:58 -0600
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subject:      nigc - 4th 'o july

hi y'all
happy independence day
just wanted to remind everyone to wear that sunblock....not suntan lotion :)
also....if you have pets...remember they are waaaay more sensitive to the
crazy sounds from fireworks than we are.
if you can, bring them on inside
thousands of pets run-off each year in confusion....never to be found or
returned  :(

if you have a fuzzy, furry, cuddley pet...consider yourself lucky
all i get is a fish (residence hall life! only one more year)
i guess i'll be putting an extra fluffy towel under her bowl to
stop those big waves from all the loud booms

well...sorry to chatter...oh wait! i'm not sorry...we aren't supposed
to be sorry for that on this list anymore  *grin*

happy 4th everyone!!!!!!

victoria

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subject:      live stuff continued...

hi all-
my many thanks to the people who have been responding to my question about
where the live stuff my friend taped me years ago is from.  i'm a little
clearer on the sources, but still confused...
it seems hammer, watershed, american tune, and watchtower are from aug 21
and 22, 1993 oregon and mona lisas and love of the common people are from
reverse 1 live 5/9/89.  but that still leaves melissa, 10,000 wars, and
daddy's all gone unaccounted for.  i tried to do a search of the setlists
on the lifeblood web site, but no luck.
whats on the shades of indigo cd?
what's on the watershed single?
i could have sworn some songs were from the club r&r show in 1992, but it
doesn't seem that way, since according to the web sites setlists,
different songs were performed...
once again, thank you for any help you have and may give me-
rob

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subject:      re: songs we'd like to see igs cover...

my reaction to this thread is simply:

my <fill in deity here>! what have i started?!?!?... <bg>

i really, really like the idea of emily and amy doing a cd of sesame
street songs: "c is for cookie" is perfect for amy's alto
(mezzo-soprano?), while "rubber ducky" would be fine by either or both
of them...

more later.

peace, love and indigo y'all (youse all),
rahadyan

________________________________

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tisast@nytimes.com

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subject:      colorado question?

i am about to take a trip to boulder/denver area. is there anyone out there that
can recommend the names of some gay-friendly establishments, ie. clubs and
restaurants and coffeehouses? thanks.


send mail to:   dianne@uci.edu

and i'm leaving saturday, so unless you catch me friday timetime, c'est la vie!

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subject:      pix of atlanta pride?

hey, i have a somewhat good picture of a place that could be atlanta with a
crowd scene i got from corel printhouse for the liner for the atlanta pride
boot now being composed for listmembers.  but wondered if there is something
out there a little better!  like a real photo, b/w or color, of the real
scene.  if you have one or one from earlier years, contact me here or at
juhunter@fdic.gov.

thanks, jude :)

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subject:      re: temporary goodbye

hi all!!  i'm going to be leaving the list soon because i'm spending the
summer on a cross-country drive to see the usa!!   i'll be back in the fall,
but there's no way i can keep up with the volume of mail this list generates
while i'm on the road, so i'm closing it down for a while.  i haven't posted
very often, although i've communicated with some of you privately, but i just
wanted to say how much i've enjoyed being on this list, and hearing all of
the funny and insightful and touching things y'all have to say....i've
enjoyed the nigc as much as i've enjoyed the igc!!  what a great bunch of
people you are ....and i hope that i get a chance to meet up with some of you
at the next round of ig concerts!!  i'll still be on the list for a few more
days....at least through july 12th...and i'll be maintaining my e-mail
address at cojehali@aol.com while i'm gone, although i probably won't be able
to check it very often!  if anyone has any suggestions for things to do and
see in atlanta ('cause i'll definitely be stopping there - must check out
rainy day records, for starters!!) please pass them along!  i'm off now to
collect up all my ig tapes 'cause they'll be the main thing keeping me
company on this long journey i'm about to embark on.....peace to y'all and i
hope to be back with you soon! :)

-connie

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subject:      atlanta pride

hi everybody...  i have a problem.  while i was at pride  my mail on my
computer got too full, so i didn't get any of the mail about pride =(.
  so...what i was wondering was if anyone saved their mail about pride that
could forward it to me.  just email me and let me know if you can help.
thanks in advance.
                                                                   take
care-- anna

                                                               sugarma538@aol

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hi!  awhile back someone started a thread about hearing ig in public
places and on tv.  well, today i was _extremely_ bored.  so i was being
a zombie in front of the tube and was watching (cringe) the jenny jones
show.  they were doing one of those goofy makeover shows and one of the
pix they showed of one of their victims, er,i mean, guests, showed her
wearing an ig rop shirt!  ya' know sometimes the littlest things will
entertain me.  :)


                                               tuesday's child

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subject:      the wood song and intro

i am sort of new to the list so let me first introduce myself before i go
into one of my all time favorite ig song.  i have been on the list for about
2 months and i haven't really said anything yet because all of ya'll just
seem so awesome and make some of the best comments i have ever heard about ig
music and all the other things that discussed on the list and i am just
afraid that i am going to say something stupid.  but i just want to let ya'll
know how awesome ya'll are.  okay, my name is sarah street and i am now 19
years old and i have been listening to the girls since i was about 13.  i am
from pensacola, fl and i love it there.  i am in college right now and i swim
there and we have this awesome stereo system in the pool and so i always
bring ig to listen to during our practices and at the end everyone says,
"thanks sarah for the great music to work out to" and that makes me really
happy because they really do like the girls.  eveyone knows how much of an ig
freak i am.  in my dorm me and my resident assistant set apart thursday night
as ig night where we would sing and talk about the girls for as long as we
could.  that was great.  other than ig i like most all music except for
really popular stuff like boyz to men and mariah carry and country.  i have
quite an awesome cd collection (200+ now) but i am really excited about
starting my ig bootleg collection.  anyway, that is me.
      now, about the wood song, i love this song so much.  i have a story to
tell about it.  at my high school we had this magnet program called the
international baccalaureate program and there was about 100 of us in that
graduating class and we had to choose a class song and me and some of my
friends played the wood song for the person who was choosing it and she loved
it and so we thought that it was going to be it.  but some other people
wanted some other boys to men type song to be our song so they put up this
major fuss about it and we didn't get to have the wood song be our class
song.  so to fight back i was on the slide show committe and we put the whole
song into the slide show and most of the people loved it except for the
people who didn't want it in the first place.  that song is just so perfect
in describing what we had been though in high school.  we were all pretty
close since we were a small group going through a tough time together.  the
program was put in the innercity tough school so we had to learn alot to
survive at that school.  i especially like the verse that starts out
"sometimes i ask to sneak a closer look. . ." because it seems that in my
life i am always wanting to know what is going to be best for me and how
everything is going to turn out in the end.  i plan my life way to much.  i
really need to just "hold on for the ride" and just enjoy life at the time.
the whole song is just awesome.  emily really nailed down a difficult
feeling to understand in this song.  that is what i love about the ig.  they
can just take ideas that are just so hard to talk about for someone not so
gifted in communication like myself, and bring them down from being semmingly
inexpressible and put them into such beautiful words.  they are the best.
thanks ya'll,
sarah

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subject:      discover/grammy festival - bumbershoot?

hi all. this is from the wed olympian. i thought maybe this could be
somewhow related to ig at bumbershoot.

copied without permission

move over, lollopalooza! a mega-music featuring sting, the indigo girls,
santana and the gypsy kings, among others, wil hit 10 cities starting next
month, with the grand finale in new york city this fall.

fifty concerts - including 10 alternative rock shows - are scheduled for
the "discover/grammy festival," which will feature grammy winners or
nominees in musical catagories including rock, jazz, and rythm and blues.

at each stop, performers will participate in events at schools, parks,
libraries, and community centers to promote interest in music. at a news
conference at lincoln center on thursday, roberta flack, kenny loggins, and
the spin doctors vocalist chris barron joined sponsers inlauding the fest
as a way to promote music in the face of cutbacks in arts programs.

"once the arts recede to the background, that's the beginning of cultural
erosion taht can really take a society apart," loggins said.

the fest is being sponsered by the national acamdemy of recording arts and
sciences foundation and the discover card. it starts in chicago and moves
throught philadelphia, seattle, los angeles, san fransisco, dallas,
minneapolis, miami and washington dc before ending up in new york sept
29-oct27.


jeni

*love isn't dead, it's only hiding
and i know, we can find it inside
if we just let our hearts collide
                                -df, sr

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subject:      re :woodsong.

is it still ws week? was crewing on a skipjack today( an old wooden
sailboat) and it provided a nice setting to think a little of this song.
i can see the connection between noah's ark, and life's journey and the
storms we must surmount, but was also wondering if emily had ever taken
part in an outward bound program, particularly the sailing/pulling
boats., which are old, wooden boats with little space and even less
privacy. since the object of these programs is to push your limits beyond
what you think they are, if its too easy ( the weather holds) then you
have definitly missed the point. just a thought/?

peace

marilyn

i am a problem child- i've been wild all my days...(a.ray)

..still crazy after all these years.. (p. simon)

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subject:      re: discover/grammy festival - bumbershoot?

in a message dated 96-07-04 20:54:15 edt, you write:

<< it starts in chicago and moves
throught philadelphia, seattle, los angeles, san fransisco, dallas,
minneapolis, miami and washington dc before ending up in new york sept
29-oct27. >>

aaaaaaaahh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  do you see miami there? i do!!!
aaahhh!!!!!!!!!

ahem.... :)  a very very happy listmember who's going to start keeping a huge
eye out!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

rick
*listening to extra fancy whilst pondering the meaning of life... er, i mean
writing a comic book*

(by the way- i might be able to see tracy chapman next month!!!!!!!!!! :) :)
:) i'm sooo excited!! not that it compares to you bumbershoot/newport
people!!)

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subject:      shame on you lyrics request!

um. i said it all in the subject. . . if anyone out there has the lyrics to
this one i'd sure be appreciative!! :) :) :)

rick
who's first album will be called:  ripped up ripped off taken for a ride
;)

*stefan and i grabbed a cab.  he seemed disoriented when i explained to him
what was
happening.  well, i guess it's to be expected once you've returned from the
dead.  again.
kind of..... *

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              grrl o' cognitive dissonance" <t1kchevalier@wellesley.edu>
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subject:      happy birthday! (july 5, 1996)

ugkushma@ecuvm.cis.ecu.edu (mary kushman):
"mercenaries of the shrine, now who are you to speak for god?
with haughty eyes and lying tongues, hands that shed innocent blood
now who delivered to you the power to interpret calvary?
you gambled away our freedon to gain your own authority."

aneeza@cse.fau.edu (aneeza agha) (happy 26th!):
"twisted guardrails on the highway, broken glass on the cement
ghosts of someone's tragedy, how recklesly my life has been spent
they say that it's never too late, but you don't get any younger!
i better learn how to starve the emptiness and feed the hunger"

(_strange fire_, _watershed_)

:) :) :)

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subject:      pride boot offer  update

greetings all in indigo land!

i have begun to set up a tape tree for the atlanta pride boot.
within the next few days i will be getting the tree in place.
i will have a branch for each astrological sign that yn that you will
be able to contact for a copy of the tape.  specific info and
a list of the tree branches will be posted here as soon as i
hear from all my branches.  in addition to all the 'signs', we
have a branch for canada, asia/australia, europe and the uk.


i will let everyone know about the tree as soon as i can.  thanks
for all your messages and your patience.  this is a new thing for
me, and i am trying to get used to how to set up a project like
this.  take care and peace!

-deb

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subject:      re: random woodsong story

hey all,
        all this talk of the woodsong makes me want to share a random story
about what transpired this week.  so, here goes...
        earlier this week, i was making a tape for one of my best friends
who's out in colorado with her girlfriend, so i miss her immensely but
understand that that's where she needs to be right now.  i'd been relating
to "the woodsong" a lot lately since all my friends and i are scattering
ourselves around the world, after a great deal of wonderful and terrible
experiences together.  so, i put "the woodsong" on this tape.  then, i was
driving with a fellow i like a great deal, listening to another part of this
tape, and we were sharing our experiences with friends and hardship and
working through it, and he said, "kind of like 'the woodsong' by the indigo
girls."  strangely enough, i was thinking the exact same thing, and i got to
discover that he likes ig at the same time.

        that's it.  i feel like i should make the story more exciting, throw
in an alien singing ig songs or something.  oh well.  nothing else to tell.
-sigh-

        -emily

"i just hope it was o.k., i know it wasn't perfect
i hope in the end we can laugh and say
it was all worth it...
we make our own gravity to give weight to things
then things fall and they break
and gravity sings"
-a.d.

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from:         helene burningham <h.burningham@ulst.ac.uk>
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subject:      re: songs we'd like to see igs cover...

i would melt if i ever heard amy sing tracy chapmans 'baby can i hold
you'...even the thought of it...

helene :)

'maybe if i told you the right words
at the right time you'd be mine' tc

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x-to:         mmedido@aol.com
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> as much...duet...which is  a lot !!! (yeah)
>
> as for the cat stevens "father and son" cover...aren't that
> on tuesdays children ?
> love !
> mistress binkula
>
this exists i musy have a copy : what else is on tuesdays children ?

jules

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subject:      ig: gettin' the led out!

     hi!

     i just read the cover wish lists that mention amy singin'
     d'yer m'ker--i'd want to see/hear that,too(sexy!)---

                  but-how 'bout "the rain song":(houses of the
     holy,side 1,track 2)

     picture this---totally accoustic, and a cello(maybe)---
     emily starts: 'it is the springtime of my loving...'
     amy harmonizing every other line.

     amy singin' the hard part:  'i felt the coldness of my winter..'
     emily harmonizing (soulfully high)..no electric guitars--just
     accoustic power chords...

     at the end, emily using that classical influence to add to the
                 already beautiful ending...

     'hey, hey -- what can i do' i still love zep

     --emily,amy-can i produce it??? gimme a call!

                                                        ...paul

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subject:      ig covers

me... i'd love to hear amy's version of desperado by the eagles.
for emily?... um... dog and butterfly, or dreamboat annie by heart...
peace all... kim.
<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
     <just kim>rcn@prcn.org
"there's more than one answer to these
questions pointing me in a crooked line"
------------emily saliers-------------
<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>

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subject:      woodsong

hey all...
it's me... back from the land of the non-posting. death +
it's details filled with emotional pain and tearful/happy/sad
remembering can be a consuming thing for the surviving loved
ones... ( my poor husband, losing both his best friend and his
dad in the space of ten days... ) anyhow...
i just wanted to tap a quick post about woodsong, since it's a
favorite of mine and feels so applicable for me in my space
right now. it seems to me i've been battling some extremely rough
waters these last couple of weeks... and at times all i've been
able to do is "hold on for the ride". i didn't get to miss this storm,
nope... not at all :-). but, you know... the weather's cleared
a bit and the sea here's calming... and i know i'll be stronger
for having rode straight on into the heart of this storm...
that's what this sort of tragedy does to you... it strengthens
you... and that's the "point" i don't want to miss.
peace all... kim.
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     <just kim>rcn@prcn.org
"there's more than one answer to these
questions pointing me in a crooked line"
------------emily saliers-------------
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subject:      cover songs

just thought of another one...

       how 'bout amy singing otis redding's "hard to handle"?

                                                       tuesday's child

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subject:      re: atlanta music sampler

in a message dated 96-07-03 15:39:26 edt, you write:

>i was reading gwen's message about atlanta music. i agree that it would
>be great to have more exposure to other ig-oriented bands from the
>atlanta area.  i have always been interested in listening to some of these
>bands but i really don't have the opportunity to in utah.   ...

>...if anyone is interested in something like this or if something is already
>available, let me know.

i'd like to add a suggestion to the others mentioned...call rainy day records
about a cd called "heartsongs". all atlanta artists and it benefits atlanta's
homeless. (it's legal and it goes to a good cause!)  :)

if you're looking for "ig friendly", you'll hear emily singing with kristen
hall on hall's "it's allright" and with gerard mchugh on "wild mountain
meadow". the latter imho would work equally well in a broadway musical or a
muppet movie. :)  also includes wendy bucklew's "out of the city"  (if mtv
had gotten a piece of this song, wendy could have done "the bee song" video
years before blind melon, and with better lyrics<s>),  lift (this band opened
for hash recently in little five points), and cowbow envy (atlanta's female
answer to riders in the sky...dede vogt is just one of the voices in the
tight, tight harmony). also, michelle penn, matthew kahler, don conoscenti,
chief seattle, shawn mullins, uncle mark reynolds and kristian bush (of billy
pilgrim) among others. eighteen tracks in all.

rebecca

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subject:      re: ig in public places (sorta)
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        well, i here ig in public all the time.  at the wonderful grocery
store at which i am employed.  except it's just muzak.  i can't decide
whether i am happy to here tham when they are butchered and canned.  to
think this is the only exposure to ig some people may ever have.  horror!
                                                amy

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subject:      nigc: led zeppelin list???

     does anyone know the @address and command to get on a zep list??
     it's not working for me when i subscribe from the 'no quarter' page.
                                                         ...nomad

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subject:      microscopic igc - ani review by amy ray in the advocate

hi all,

could the kind soul who posted this article (or anyone who saved
it) please send it to me?  i hastily deleted it before i got dilate
and now i'm dying of curiosity to see what amy wrote about it...

thanks bunches,

-sarah

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subject:      nigc - looking for cylinda parga

sorry to take up bandwidth...

cylinda, i tried to send you mail at your tamu.edu address, but i
keep getting bad address errors :(  if you're out there, i just want
to know if you got my blank tape for the purple parrot show...
let me know

-sarah :)

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       i am scared.... very .. very scared...

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subject:      concerts

i briefly spoke to russell carter at the weekend and he reeled of a string
of cities that the girls would be playing in... i'm assuming that these are
honour the earth dates. he said that a telephone information line would be
set up.... so does anyone have the number.... i 'm assuming that the number
is on one of the fan club news letters?

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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subject:      sesame street and more...

thanks, rahaydan!  now i have "c is for cookie" running around in my
head. :)
here, i'll spread it around:
c is for cookie, and that's good enough for me.
c is for cookie, and that's good enough for me.
c is for cookie, and that's good enough for me,
oh! cookie cookie cookie starts with c!


to everybody that i owe a letter to: sorry.  i will write back, it's just
that i've been feeling a bit grumpy lately.  (nothing serious at all, just
don't feel like writing.)  i'll be back on monday.
love,
karey

rubber duckie, you're the one!
you make bath time lots of fun!
rubber duckie, i'm awfully fond of you....

:) :) :)

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subject:      just a small question?

as i mentioned i am new to this list but i wonder if someone could solve a
riddle for me....what is the tuesday's child reference i hear in a couple of
the ig songs?  and does anyone have the lyrics to tueday's child?

thanks

michelle

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subject:      re: ig in public places (sorta)

>ya' know sometimes the littlest things will
>entertain me.  :)

oh, yeah!  great things happen in applebee's.  the other night i was in there
with my sister and "power of two" came on!!!!!!!!  i was glassy-eyed in
moments...i think the waittress thought i was slipping into some sort of
adverse reaction to the food, i was kinda sliding off the chair :)
brightening my day!  :)
katy

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subject:      disappear fear help! (mega-nigc)

um, i know this has *no* place on this list and i'm terribley sorry but since
i first heard abotu df from folks here i thought i might be able to get some
help.  looking through a stack of used cds i found a df album (deep soul diver)
and immediately purchased it.  anyways, the guy at the counter told me that he
was never thrilled about this particulare disappear fear album and that their
newer stuff was much better.  okay, here comes my point (y'all ready??)...
i was wondering if folks could give me a run through of their albums and perhaps
make some sorta recommendation for a further purchase.  um...send it to me
privately cuz like i said, this has no place on the list.  if anyone is
interested in my findings, i'd be glad to forward it privately.
okay, that's it.  thanks in advance to any help (or no help) i recieve! :)

avital

avital@lucy.cs.wisc.edu

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subject:      sesame street and emily =)

"c" is for cookie, and cookie is emily's favorite muppet! =) which reminds
me--emily's birthday approaches!  it's july, so how are we going to celebrate
her b-day?  we must plan these things...=}

peace, love, and "i" (for indigo, of course),
ponygirl

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              grrl o' cognitive dissonance" <t1kchevalier@wellesley.edu>
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              grrl o' cognitive dissonance" <t1kchevalier@wellesley.edu>
subject:      happy birthday! (july 6, 1996)

102714.3716@compuserve.com (lisa) (happy 27th!):
"you can say that i don't care, i don't care
you can hope that we still have something left to share
just between you, baby and me...there's nothing there."

(_you left it up to me_)

:) :) :)

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lifted and struck."--annie dillard
http://wilbur.wellesley.edu/n-z/t1kchevalier/t1kchevalier.html

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in-reply-to:  <2c5d6b37011c0e00>

i love these cover ideas.  what fun!

a couple of people mentioned d'yer mak'er.  sarah mclachlan used to cover
this before "solace" came out. not quite the passionate version that amy
would do, but still cool.  she hits notes that r. plant dreamed about.

kim - "dog and butterfly" great sugestion, i love it.

i also like the bruce ideas, especially "drive all night"  in the
seventies, bruce used to do "backstreets" and would break into "drive all
night" in the middle (this was before it was an actual song, it was known
as sad eyes).  this is my absolute favorite bruce, and would sound great
from amy!

on another note, dar williams, along with bill morrisey, and someone
else, will be on the radio on sunday at noon in boston, wumb, 91.9 fm.
it is a concert of talk and songs that was recorded lsat week at old
vienna coffehouse. it should be about two hours. if anyone happens to
catch it on tape, or if you have already caught the original broadcast,
i'd love to hear from you.  i live a few miles from old vienna, but can't
get wumb on my radio!

thanks,

  harry a. keates
  email: hak@crai.com

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could be the old saying tuesdays child is fair of face or is it full of
grace one of the 2 anyway
hugs anthonyv an pr ye


on fri, 5 jul 1996, michelle mowery wrote:

> as i mentioned i am new to this list but i wonder if someone could solve a
> riddle for me....what is the tuesday's child reference i hear in a couple of
> the ig songs?  and does anyone have the lyrics to tueday's child?
>
> thanks
>
> michelle
>
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subject:      ig songs in public

i was walking through a casino called mystic lake in minnesota, when
galileo started playing. figured i should stop right where i was and play
whichever slot machine was in front of me (even though i hate slot
machines). unfortunately, the moment was not as serendipitous as i might
have hoped... i lost =(

- connie

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subject:      re: ksca

i'm confused... could somebody please tell me what ksca is???

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ok, lessee if i can remember this right....

       monday's child is fair of face
       tueday's child is full of grace
       wednesday's child is full of woe
       thursday's child has far to go
       friday's child is loving and giving
       saturday's child works hard for its living
       sunday's child is good and (something i can't remember)
               ...bonny and gay.

                                               tuesday's child

ma>could be the old saying tuesdays child is fair of face or is it full of
ma>grace one of the 2 anyway
ma>hugs anthonyv an pr ye


ma>on fri, 5 jul 1996, michelle mowery wrote:

ma>> as i mentioned i am new to this list but i wonder if someone could solve a
ma>> riddle for me....what is the tuesday's child reference i hear in a couple
ma>> the ig songs?  and does anyone have the lyrics to tueday's child?
ma>>
ma>> thanks
ma>>
ma>> michelle
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subject:      conclusion

well, in case anybody cares: i've figured out where the mystery live stuff
came from (thanks to all y'all and especially carolyn)-
it seems common people and american tune are from reverse 1 live,
mona lisas is from u. of oregon 8/93 (though i could have sworn the tape
was made for me before that; but, i heard it in a local record store and
that's where its from...), watchtower is from the watershed promo single,
and the rest are from denver 10/92- shades of indigo.

thanks again,
~~~rob

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subject:      bootlets

anyone interested in trading boots of the girls and other bands?  i finally
turned in my last paper of the summer and want to start trading again.
email me privately if interested.

dimitra

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