lifeblood: listlogs: 1996-07e


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date:         sun, 28 jul 1996 05:52:24 -0400
reply-to:     indigovic@aol.com
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from:         "victor k. wertz" <indigovic@aol.com>
subject:      re: r&j (was:the games)

in a message dated 96-07-26 14:00:23 edt, you write:

<< well, don't know--but my gf saw amy do r&j in london and she sang, "when
we made love *i* used to cry..." >>

i asked amy about that about five years ago...  i have a vague recollection
of telling her that i felt her minor lyric changes really worked very well.
(in retrospect, i was being a real fanboy, but she played along nicely.)
anyway, she said something to the effect that she'd played it so often
herself that she could never really remember what the lines were in the dire
straits version, so she kind of mixes it up a bit.

-vic.
.

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date:         sun, 28 jul 1996 06:27:21 -0400
reply-to:     indigovic@aol.com
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from:         "victor k. wertz" <indigovic@aol.com>
subject:      re: tuesday's children quiz
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in a message dated 96-07-26 19:48:51 edt, you write:

<< as long as we're getting back into covers... "american tune"....>>

indigo girls have been performing this live as an a capella number for
several years...  two live recordings have been released, in fact.

the most available version is on a cd called "turn of the decade 1989-1990:
ben and jerry's newport folk festival."

another, more intimate version is on the (much harder to find) "reverse 1
live" promo cd.  the same version is on a uk single for "closer to fine".

i, personally, would like to hear amy sing "because the night," by bruce
springsteen and patti smith.  i actually heard amy sing part of it in a
soundcheck five years ago, and it left me wanting more...

-vic.
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date:         sun, 28 jul 1996 09:49:36 -0400
reply-to:     indigopony@aol.com
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from:         indigopony@aol.com
subject:      amy and the chipmunks

>   "the chipmunk christmas song"  this way we can have an ig yultide treat
      and it has been a secret desire of ours to hear emily and amy at
45rpm...

i used to dub things on high-speed dubbing when i had my old stereo, and
emily and
amy sounded sooooo cute as chipmunks! =)  i think my favorite song of theirs
to listen to at high speed is let it be me, but power of two is a close
second.  oh, and i just got a sony illegalbootperson, and you can control how
fast you play the
tapes...three hits sounds so funny s-l-o-w.  okay, i'll stop now--i'm having
too much
fun with this.  yes, i am seeking professional help as we speak...=}

peace, love, and hula hoops,
ponygirl

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date:         sun, 28 jul 1996 11:10:29 -0400
reply-to:     mmedido@aol.com
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         mmedido@aol.com
subject:      re: amy and the chipmunks

in a message dated 96-07-28 09:49:37 edt, you write:

> oh, and i just got a sony illegalbootperson, and you can control how
>fast you play the
>tapes...

oh for the days of variable sound !.....one thing i really miss is being
able to control the volume and speed on my stereo while dubbing
...this option is not available on my newer model...for that matter
i also like sererate bass and treble controls (not the cheesy
"dance, rock, pop and classical" options)

i think i just may be a wee bit of a control freak ;)

just listened to an illeagalboot tape yesterday (thanks p.g.!) and i have two
observations.

1: i love the way a&e changed the lyrics on "let it be me"
   from "the president, has no idea who the masses are...."
   to "that old congress, has no idea who the masses are..."
   i was wondering how they were going to update that one,
   nice touch !

2: emloyment opportunities : if the singer/songwriter,
    record company owner, music reviewer thing doesn't
    work out for amy, she would make one hell of an
    evangelical preacher.....i guess it's genetic ;)

ciao baybee !

binky

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date:         sun, 28 jul 1996 11:44:19 +0000
reply-to:     "christopher d. payne" <owen4@adnc.com>
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from:         "christopher d. payne" <owen4@adnc.com>
subject:      radio

to all you who are upset that ig doesn't get any airplay, i have good
news! there are now two radio stations way out here in san diego that i
have heard play ig!! the most recent one is an "all sets" station. today
they played "power of two" and "hammer and a nail"!!!

looks like word is finally getting out!!

chris payne owen4@adnc.com
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            ...and to give as much as i need."

                                   ig

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date:         sun, 28 jul 1996 15:04:01 -0500
reply-to:     mr rodney s wicker <rucr57a@prodigy.com>
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from:         mr rodney s wicker <rucr57a@prodigy.com>
subject:      nigc tracy chapman review

the tracy chapman show was wonderful.  it was at the greek in los
angeles on
july 19. she seemed in such good spirits. she seemed overwhelmed by
all the
people screaming that they loved her... she even blushed a couple of
times.

the set list:

new beginning
baby can i hold you
at this point in my life
for my lover
smoke & ashes
crossroads
behind the wall (a capella)
the promise
rape of the world
all that you have is your soul
moutains of things

1st encore
fast car
dreaming on a world
tell it like it is
give me one reason
why

2nd encore
proud mary
talkin' bout a revolution
amazing grace

the highlights for me were fast car, give me one reason, and proud
mary.
she gave fast car a slower tempo and it had a sing-along, reggae feel.
  the song
sounded less dramatic and almost celebratory.  it was wonderful!!
the crowd was
dancing for give me one reason, and when she paused at the end the
whole
crowd chimed in "there ain't no more to say."  wow!!

she did john fogerty's proud mary just like ike & tina turner, slow
at first, then
fast.  tracy was dancing and jumping around doing some of her best
tina moves.
she looked like she loved leading her band through a rock and roll
tune!!  she
didn't talk much to the audience between songs, but right before tell
it like it is,
she read comments on 3x5 cards written by the audience members.  some
of my
favorite phrases were "rain forests, not golf courses," and "why
can't we vote
for someone instead of against something?"

she seemed really happy, and she did thank the crowd a few times.
all in all a
good show!!!!  my only disappointment was that she didn't do subcity.


the opening act, the charlie hunter quartet was a jazz band, 2
saxophones, a
guitar and drums.  they did instrumental tunes but didn't leave an
impression
one way or the other with me.

in other news, the billboard album chart states that new beginning
has gone past
the 2 million mark in sales!

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date:         sun, 28 jul 1996 15:45:13 edt
reply-to:     lorinda wright <lw01@lehigh.edu>
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from:         lorinda wright <lw01@lehigh.edu>
subject:      san antonio show info

yesterday someone posted something about buying tickets for ig's show in san
antonio. i would appreciate it if that person or whoever else has info for
this show to email me. thank you.

swamp lady, an evil incarnate of the mysteriously departed dr. lorindigo....

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date:         sun, 28 jul 1996 13:25:11 -0700
reply-to:     jones <jdjones@earthlink.net>
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from:         jones <jdjones@earthlink.net>
subject:      air play ... sort of

hey all,

for those of you that i haven't told personally, i recently got a new job
with radio shack as a manager trainee. the bad news is this involves alot of
hours at the store but the good news is indigo girls goes into the cd player
as soon as i get there in the morning and plays til i leave at night. the
customers seem to like the music and you can even see some of them mouthing
the words along with amy & emily. i hope this isn't breaking any silly
copyright rules or anything cuz it sure brightens my day.

hugs,
deb


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date:         sun, 28 jul 1996 16:38:00 -0400
reply-to:     "marquis, melissa" <melissa.marquis@fmr.com>
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from:         "marquis, melissa" <melissa.marquis@fmr.com>
subject:      selling tickets for newport

i have two tickets extra for the newport folk fest - any interest out there?


regards,
melissa

mmarquis@i-kinetics.com

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date:         sun, 28 jul 1996 18:54:24 -0400
reply-to:     water <water@nrv.net>
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from:         water <water@nrv.net>
subject:      nigc- athens, ga

hey all, sorry to take up the bandwidth, but i thought there might be
someone out there who might live in athens and could help me?  i'm getting
ready to enter graduate school there for the fall quarter and i'm still
without a place to live.. right now i'm in blacksburg, va and am planning a
trip there in a couple of weeks to look for a place to live.. but i was
wondering if anyone could point me to some cheap apts that i could begin to
call.. it'd be cool to find a roommate, but those are hard to locate from
here.. so mainly i'm looking for the cheapest places in town to live..  and
also where would be the best place to look for roommate ads once i get into
town..

thank so much, in advance,
brooke

"...pegasus will be your friend if you only take her reins and pretend.."
-melanie hammet
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date:         sun, 28 jul 1996 16:53:06 -0700
reply-to:     jones <jdjones@earthlink.net>
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from:         jones <jdjones@earthlink.net>
subject:      :(

is it me or has the list seemed pretty quiet the past couple of days?

hugs,
deb (who is getting really mail-lonely)

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date:         sun, 28 jul 1996 22:41:59 -0400
reply-to:     danaw1208@aol.com
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from:         danaw1208@aol.com
subject:      wish me luck

greetings to all the listies out there....

i have no great contribution tonight...just had to let everyone
know that i am off tomorrow to lansing to take the bar exam
which is actually going to be given tuesday and wednesday!!!
wish me luck!!!   i am just so excited to go and get this over
with, since i have been studying all summer.  i am going to jam!!  ;>)
(i hope.)

just so all of you know too, this list has been one very big reason
why i am sane, since after studying at night, i usually would read my mail
and remember there were bigger and better things in life than (expensive)
standardized tests...better things like all the good people out there
writing on the list and of course, the two greatest musicians alive!!!

where else could i write in for all the star trek info you would want to
know.....goofy lyrics about neglige...even better interpretations of tmf..
..other ramblings about how great bruce springsteen and led zepplin are
.....awesome trades and boot offers ( nojazz, catie curtis, scot's plaid
album..) the latest concert info (even though i will not be seeing the girls
until they come remotely close to mi)  and so many other things
that are too long to list.  everyone out there - i just want to say thanks
for participating-  you are awesome !!  i mean it!!

see you on the other side of freedom---

-dana

"got my paper and i was freeeeeeeee"!!   emily, of course

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date:         sun, 28 jul 1996 23:17:27 -0500
reply-to:     lawyerman <eml@sky.net>
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from:         lawyerman <eml@sky.net>
subject:      re: wish me luck
x-to:         danaw1208@aol.com
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on sun, 28 jul 1996 danaw1208@aol.com wrote:
> i have no great contribution tonight...just had to let everyone
> know that i am off tomorrow to lansing to take the bar exam
> which is actually going to be given tuesday and wednesday!!!
> wish me luck!!!   i am just so excited to go and get this over
> with, since i have been studying all summer.  i am going to jam!!  ;>)
> (i hope.)

good luck!!! i think the list is 3 for 3 in bar passage since i've been
around in early 1993.

wow!!! my first post in a year...hello everyone.

eddie

lawyerman's world wide web page | calendar of kansas city area music
http://www.sky.net/~eml/        | http://www.sky.net/~eml/kcmusic.html

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date:         sun, 28 jul 1996 21:51:47 -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:      re: nigc tracy chapman review
x-to:         mr rodney s wicker <rucr57a@prodigy.com>
in-reply-to:  <199607281904.paa17714@mime4.prodigy.com>

what about amazing grace?!? how was it?!?

> proud mary
> talkin' bout a revolution
> amazing grace
>
> the highlights for me were fast car, give me one reason, and proud
> mary.

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date:         mon, 29 jul 1996 03:36:50 -0400
reply-to:     indigojrny@aol.com
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from:         digest jeanne stuart <indigojrny@aol.com>
subject:      listees original music

ok, i've come up w/ an idea. i don't know if it's been done yet but i'm sure
you'll let me know. i am sure that there are a lot of musicians/writers on
this list. i know that there was a tape made of listees doing ig songs, but i
thought it would be cool to make a "greatest hits" tape of listees original
songs.all listees w/ original songs could mail me what they consider their
best song & i'd make a compilation tape.i think it would be real interesting
to hear our fellow ig fans' original songs.any one interested please e-mail
me & i'll see if i can make this happen.
thanks for reading,
please give me feedback on this idea
jean

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date:         mon, 29 jul 1996 08:53:02 -0400
reply-to:     emily k graves <ekgraves@mhc.mtholyoke.edu>
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from:         emily k graves <ekgraves@mhc.mtholyoke.edu>
subject:      selling a newport ticket
in-reply-to:  <199607290404.aaa00389@netspace.org>

listers,
   unfortunately my newport ticket  didn't get sold so i am offering it
again to the list.  $64.35 ($58.50 for the ticket and its service charge,
$5.85 to send it registered mail and to insure it) and the purchaser pays
by money order.  if someone just wants to pay $58.50 for the ticket i can
send it through regular mail <gulp>, but i need the money first.  email
me if you're interested.

emily
ekgraves@mtholyoke.edu
http://home.mtholyoke.edu/~ekgraves

lipstick criminal moonlight

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date:         mon, 29 jul 1996 10:11:21 edt
reply-to:     "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
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from:         "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
subject:      hell should freeze over (yes, igc)

hidy ho, buds. how y'all doin this fine monday?

in order to shake up the list a hair, and get people giggly again (methinks it
has been far too serious lately!), how bout if we do a little twist on the
"cover tunes" thing and throw out some stuff that we'd rather have a hot
caramel enema than see amy and emily cover?

i had to entertain myself on the way home from burlington the other day
sooo...i started my own little list.

songs that probably would never, under any circumstances, be covered by the
indigo girls (even tho it might be amusing if they did)

*ahem*

"lick it up" by kiss
" baby's got back" by sir mix a lot (as amy would say, it might be risky--  two
white girls doin' rap)
"pour some sugar on me" def leppard
"what a feeling!" (irene cara- the theme from flashdance- picture amy and em
jumping around in spandex, with ripped tshirts dangling from their shoulders
seductively....)

take it from there, kids, if you wanna. if not....no flames from closet irene
cara fans, please!!!!

love love love,
susan

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date:         mon, 29 jul 1996 09:20:41 -0500
reply-to:     kraichert@directs.com
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from:         kira raichert <kraichert@directs.com>
subject:      re: hell should freeze over (yes, igc)

songs that probably would never, under any circumstances, be covered by the
indigo girls (even tho it might be amusing if they did)

*ahem*

"lick it up" by kiss
" baby's got back" by sir mix a lot (as amy would say, it might be risky--  two
white girls doin' rap)
"pour some sugar on me" def leppard
"what a feeling!" (irene cara- the theme from flashdance- picture amy and em
jumping around in spandex, with ripped tshirts dangling from their shoulders
seductively....)

     rofl...oh my gosh <as kira takes her glasses of to dry her laughing
     eyes> how about:

     "hell's bells" by ac/dc
     anything at all by vanilla ice
     "things that make you go mmmm" cc music factory
     and finally
     "whata man" by salt & peppa

     kira

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date:         mon, 29 jul 1996 10:24:00 edt
reply-to:     "christopher m. becker" <cmbecker@space.mit.edu>
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from:         "christopher m. becker" <cmbecker@space.mit.edu>
subject:      re: hell should freeze over (yes, igc)
x-to:         susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu
in-reply-to:  <31408704@dancer.dartmouth.edu>; from "susan b. marine" at jul
              29, 96 10:11 am

> songs that probably would never, under any circumstances, be covered by the
> indigo girls (even tho it might be amusing if they did)
>
> *ahem*
>
> "lick it up" by kiss
> " baby's got back" by sir mix a lot (as amy would say, it might be risky--
> two white girls doin' rap)
> "pour some sugar on me" def leppard
> "what a feeling!" (irene cara- the theme from flashdance- picture amy and em
> jumping around in spandex, with ripped tshirts dangling from their shoulders
> seductively....)
>

"afternoon delight" the 5th dimension
"mandy" barry manilow
"saturday night" bay city rollers

                                'nuff said,

                                    chris

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date:         mon, 29 jul 1996 09:50:17 cdt
reply-to:     jennifer hall
              <jennifer=hall%ts=deskcall%cs=hou@bangate.compaq.com>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         jennifer hall
              <jennifer=hall%ts=deskcall%cs=hou@bangate.compaq.com>
subject:      re: hell should freeze over (yes, igc)

hot caramel anema?    susan..susan..susan.  <ugh>

my offering on this topic...   disco duck.  this song can only be done by
rick dees.  dontcha think?

thanks for the giggle susan...
- jen hall
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from "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>, on 7/29/96 10:11 am:
to: <indigo-girls@netspace.org>

hidy ho, buds. how y'all doin this fine monday?

in order to shake up the list a hair, and get people giggly again (methinks
it
has been far too serious lately!), how bout if we do a little twist on the
"cover tunes" thing and throw out some stuff that we'd rather have a hot
caramel enema than see amy and emily cover?

i had to entertain myself on the way home from burlington the other day
sooo...i started my own little list.

songs that probably would never, under any circumstances, be covered by the
indigo girls (even tho it might be amusing if they did)

*ahem*

"lick it up" by kiss
" baby's got back" by sir mix a lot (as amy would say, it might be risky--
two
white girls doin' rap)
"pour some sugar on me" def leppard
"what a feeling!" (irene cara- the theme from flashdance- picture amy and
em
jumping around in spandex, with ripped tshirts dangling from their
shoulders
seductively....)

take it from there, kids, if you wanna. if not....no flames from closet
irene
cara fans, please!!!!

love love love,
susan

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date:         mon, 29 jul 1996 10:30:18 -0400
reply-to:     andrews sarah <andrews@cs.concordia.ca>
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from:         andrews sarah <andrews@cs.concordia.ca>
subject:      re: hell should freeze over (yes, igc)
in-reply-to:  your message of "mon, 29 jul 1996 10:11:21 edt."
              <31408704@dancer.dartmouth.edu>

oh goody!  what a great thread... heheheh..

let me add some to susan's already brilliant list:

-"hurt me! hurt me! (but the pants stay on)" by that wonderful
songstress samantha fox

-"stand by your man" by i forget who - actually, the girls could
do this kind of tongue-in-cheek, it might be quite funny - maybe
we could rewrite some lyrics for them...

-"down with opp" by some rap group - see susan's previous note about
two white girls doing rap + not exactly feminist lyrics ;)

-anything by shania twain

"bye bye mon cowboy" by mitsou - they could wear those little hot
pants with their cowboys boots and wiggle their derrieres seductively
for the camera :p

"have you ever loved a woman" by brian adams - for cheese factor alone


what a wonderful new way to avoid working :)
-sarah

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date:         mon, 29 jul 1996 15:33:37 +0100
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subject:      newbie needs to know!!!!

hi all!
just wanted to let you all know that having heard for a while now about
the indigo girls (mainly through the melissa etheridge mailing list) i
finally succumbed to buying an album (4.5) - and now i am smitten!!!!
what took me so long!!!!! ok, ok - you guys figured it out a long, long
time ago so my apologies for stating the obvious to you!!! anyway - its
said now <gr>!!!!

anyway (to get to the point) i'm just wondering if anyone can give me
some pointers to relevant places of interest on the net - any stunning
pages i should visit???? i'll gladly add them in to my home page and
would be particularly interested if there is anyone else in the uk with a
link!!!!

right - enough said already!! thanks for any suggestions you might have
(or is that asking for trouble!!)

juliet.
(home page: http://www.rdg.ac.uk/pris/sed/juliet/home2.html)

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subject:      re: hell should freeze over (yes, igc)

ok, i couldn't help it....songs that a&e would never do...
hmmm..


how about:

p control  the artist formerly known as prince
and for that matter, how about my name is prince *giggle* by the artist
known as prince *smile*


-sherry <---who was going to say sexual healing by m.gaye, but it just might
happen !!! (great song)

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date:         mon, 29 jul 1996 11:38:00 edt
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from:         "krisko, amy" <kriska@emdpos4b.daytonoh.ncr.com>
subject:      re: hell should freeze over (yes, igc)

had to add my own $.02...

electric youth, by debbie gibson (or anything by debbie gibson)

stayin' alive, by beegees

walk like an egyptian

achy breaky heart, by whatever that guy's name was---although, if the
chipmunks could do it, and the consensus is that the girls would sound good
as the chipmunks, then hey, who knows??????  maybe they could record it in
fast forward...

this is  a great way to avoid work...

amy

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subject:      hell should freeze over (yes, igc)

oooooohhhhhh ... this is a fun one!  so suggests anything by nine inch
nails, especially animal.  15 year old daughter sarah suggests summertime
man by salt-n-pepa, maybe anything by them. and while we're discussing
chipmunks, how about chipmunk love by captain and tenille, whoops that was
muskrat love, wasn't it?

anyway, i'll send in mine later.

hugs,
deb

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subject:      p.s. to hell should freeze over

rap!!!!! please no rap!!!!!! aaagggggghhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!

deb (having horrible visions)

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subject:      fw: hell should freeze over (yes, igc)

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from: andrews sarah
to: krisko, amy
subject: re: hell should freeze over (yes, igc)
date: monday, july 29, 1996 12:06pm

>achy breaky heart, by whatever that guy's name was---although, if the
>chipmunks could do it, and the consensus is that the girls would sound
good
>as the chipmunks, then hey, who knows??????  maybe they could record it in
>fast forward...
>

hmmm, speaking of tunes people make fools of themselves dancing to,
how about

"macarena"?!??!
i'm surprised nobody mentioned it yet ... ;)

also, anything by michael bolton would do terribly (right, sarafina? ;))


actually, i think it would be hilarious if the girls dressed up in drag
(which they could pull off, of course, since they are not normally the
evening gown types ;)) and did "ymca" by the village people.  now, that
would be a show :-)>


wheeee, this is fun...

-sarah

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subject:      hot caramel enemas

a risky one that amy and emily should probably never cover:

weird al's "eat it"

ahem....
kennelly

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subject:      help!!!

hi!

        is there anybody out there who might have an extra ticket that i
could buy for the concert at the electric factory on the 15th???  i just
got back from vacation and i found out about the concert too late.


        please e-mail me back at: webbc@seas.upenn.edu

                i would be eternally grateful!

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subject:      two larges left!! 96 shirts...

i have two larges.  first two people to ask for them, gets them.  i had two
people say they weren't able to  get the $, so they wanted to let someone
else get them.
i would need your order by friday!!!
who's up for it?
take care
rob

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subject:      tour dates

hi!

does anyone know where i can get tour dates for ig?  i've looked around
a bit on somw of their webs sites but couldn't find anything.

i'm not on the list so please reply to my address.

thanks a lot,
jim

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hey everybody - i saw natalie merchant at the beacon theatre, nyc at
the beginning of her tour and was fortunate enough to get seciond row
seats for her show last thursday at the garden state arts center, new
jersey.  she was absolutely amazing.  catch her if you can.  take
care.  michele

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subject:      re: hell should freeze over (yes, igc)

>songs that probably would never, under any circumstances, be covered by the
>indigo girls (even tho it might be amusing if they did)

man this is too funny...  my friend rosanna is here from ny and very
excited to help on this one being that she is not an ig fan (forgive her).

"whatta man"--salt and pepa/en vogue
"master and servant"--depeche mode
"gimme!gimme!gimme!(a man after midnight)"--abba
"material girl"--madonna

later y'all

greg


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subject:      re: hell should freeze over (yes, igc)

i am stunned!!! ( okay... so we all knew that...)
i get home from a week long camping trip, log on and the list
has fallen into *this*?????? all i can say is "yeeeehaaaaaa!!!!
i'm with you all!!!"
so what in my world are the songs the igs should never under
*any* circumstances cover?...
well...i'd rather chew on tin foil with my many fillings whilst being
serenaded by twelve pairs of fingernails screaming over a
chalk board than hear either of them do "don't worry, be happy" by...
ummm... i ferget...
okay... and how about that ridiculous paul anka song... "having my
baby"??? or, for that matter *any* of those sappy seventies songs like
"tell laura i love her", "billy don't be a hero", "rocky", or "seasons
in the sun"....
okay... so i'm dating myself... but no one else will.
peace + toboggans in hell... kim.
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subject:      two larges....gone already. 96 shirt.

sorry, in less than 5 minutes i got two requests for them.  thanks, i will
let ya'll know if anymore come available.
take care
rob

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how about "have you ever really loved a woman?", the song from up close
and personal and that whitney houston song that has the word "shoop" in
it too many times.

emily
ekgraves@mtholyoke.edu
http://home.mtholyoke.edu/~ekgraves

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subject:      my t-shirt hath arrived!!!!

hey all, i was sitting here reading my e-mail when my youngest
son brought in the snail mail... and ta dah!!! just like the
tracester and her homeward bounding beasts, i am no longer
shirtless!!! (many are grateful!!!) :-) it's great!!!!!!!!
thankyou to rob and deb for an excellant job!!! anyone else
out there who hasn't yet got one, snap those 2 remaining xl's
up *now*...
peace... kim.
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subject:      san antonio ticket info??

hey y'all,

i've unfortunately had to sign off the list temporarily due to my never
ending battle against the evil email elves, but i've heard a rumor since
i've been off that there is going to be a concert in san antonio???  is
this true??  if so, can some kind person out there please please please
mail me with information about the show (like ticket info, location, price,
etc).  i would be forever in your debt.  if someone could email me
privately with any info (since i can't read the list) you would make me the
happiest person in texas :)  thanks,

cylinda

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subject:      **nigc** assistance needed

sorry for the nigs here, but i'm in a bind i need to find the 1-800
customer service number for a getty gasoline credit card.  i can't find it
anywhere.  anyone up north have a card they can look on the back of?  i
would be in your debt forever ; )
e-mail me privately  thanx...thanx....lisa

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subject:      newport tickets for sale

i have two tickets for sale for saturday only if anyone is interested. i'm
selling them for a friend and will sell them for $20 a piece

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>> songs that probably would never, under any circumstances, be covered by the
>> indigo girls (even tho it might be amusing if they did)


>"mandy" barry manilow

actually, i heard a tale about ig doing this song in concert just for kicks.
it might be a lie. its an amusing lie.

swamp lady

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oh wow,

this "songs ig should not do" thread is hilarious!  i immediately thought
of a couple misogynist rap songs with titles too horrible to mention.
those are definitely =out.=  but there's gotta be a slew of horrible early
80's songs that'd be truly puke-inducing.  what about...

"(indigo) girls just wanna have fun?"  yikes!
"(indigo) girl you know it's true?"  double yikes!
"i wanna sex you up." ow.  pain.
"two of hearts" by stacey q.  i'll stop.  this is just too horrific. won't
even mention any of the late-80's hits written by diane warren...

or imagine amy singing "head like a hole?"  way too scary. ;)

but i really want to hear them do come on eileen with hothouse flowers
providing the necessary irish instrumentation.  what a great song that
was, a must for any college 80's dance!  my dream is also to sing suite
judy blue eyes with them someday.  i'll do stephen's part, but amy can
grab the solo vocal that goes "can i tell it like it is/will you listen to
me baby/it's my heart that's suffering, it's dying/and that's what i
have to lose..." i wanna hear her rip that one out, it'd be incredible...

okay, on to one other note...

> from:    digest jeanne stuart <indigojrny@aol.com>
> subject: listees original music
>
> ok, i've come up w/ an idea. i don't know if it's been done yet but i'm sure
> you'll let me know. i am sure that there are a lot of musicians/writers on
> this list. i know that there was a tape made of listees doing ig songs, but i
> thought it would be cool to make a "greatest hits" tape of listees original
> songs.all listees w/ original songs could mail me what they consider their
> best song & i'd make a compilation tape.i think it would be real interesting
> to hear our fellow ig fans' original songs.any one interested please e-mail
> me & i'll see if i can make this happen.
> thanks for reading,
> please give me feedback on this idea
> jean

i'm really glad someone brought this up again!  this was being organized
as early as february, and a bunch of us mailed in tapes, but the thing
never got actually put together...  the idea was that everyone could
submit 10 minutes worth of stuff (since we ended up getting about nine
takers.)  but it hasn't actually been put together and released...  dan,
you still out there?  what's up with this? =)  can we get it out there
now, or should we redo it, or what?

peace love and olympics olympics olympics

scot


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for songs i'd least like to see ig cover:

having my baby - i can't remember who sings it or if this is the right
name, but if you've ever heard it, you know what i'm talking about.
while suicidal tendenscies included a masterful cover of it in their
"golden shower of hits" medley - which also included afternoon delight,
love will keep us togeather, and d-i-v-o-r-c-e, among other drippy 70's
tunes - i don't think i'd want to here an ig version.

others:  it's raining men, pull up to the bumper, mr. sandman,  (hunka
hunka) burning love, barney's theme song.

and oh so many others.

  harry a. keates
  email: hak@crai.com

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subject:      re: hell should freeze over (silly igc)

stand by yer man, was originally a tammy wynette tune...but i think emily
could dredge up her best twang and do a highly entertaining version of it...
tammy's other classic, d-i-v-o-r-c-e, would be kinda fun too.

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my bid:
feed my frankenstein by alice cooper
cherry pie by warrent (?)


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on mon, 29 jul 1996, krisko, amy wrote:

>  ----------
> from: andrews sarah
> to: krisko, amy
> subject: re: hell should freeze over (yes, igc)
> date: monday, july 29, 1996 12:06pm
>
>  >achy breaky heart, by whatever that guy's name was---although, if the
>  >chipmunks could do it, and the consensus is that the girls would sound
> good
>  >as the chipmunks, then hey, who knows??????  maybe they could record it in
>  >fast forward...
>  >
>
> hmmm, speaking of tunes people make fools of themselves dancing to,
> how about
>
> "macarena"?!??!
> i'm surprised nobody mentioned it yet ... ;)
>
> also, anything by michael bolton would do terribly (right, sarafina? ;))
>
>
> actually, i think it would be hilarious if the girls dressed up in drag
> (which they could pull off, of course, since they are not normally the
> evening gown types ;)) and did "ymca" by the village people.  now, that
> would be a show :-)>
>
>
> wheeee, this is fun...
>
>  -sarah
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date:         mon, 29 jul 1996 12:41:04 -0700
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subject:      re: hell should freeze over (silly igc)

this thread is making my day.  i really don't want to be here....too
nice outside to be stuck in an offie.

then their is always my personal favorite samantha fox song "naughty
girls need love too".  that would be just too painful.

-jessi
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subject:      re: hell freezes over

here's my addition to the discussion. . .
songs they should stay away from:

                -the theme from "the facts of life" and "different
                  strokes"
                -"blackhole sun" by soundgarden
                -"teenage whore" by hole
                -"shitlist" by l7
                -"closer" by nine inch nails
                -"tourette's" by nirvana
                -"violet" by hole
                -"play that funky music white boy" by ??????


smiles :)
annemarie


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subject:      hell should freeze over - flame bait :p
in-reply-to:  your message of "mon, 29 jul 1996 11:38:00 edt."
              <31fcdb06@uh2309ua.daytonoh.ncr.com>

heh heh heh...

i think it would be really ironic if the girls covered alanis morissette


-sarah (climbing into my flame-retardent undies...)

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here are my contributions...i hope they are not repeats...

"hobo humpin' slobo babe" by whale

"eternal flame" by the bangles

love aim

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ooh!!  i just thought of a couple more covers...

anything by the smiths (although "rusholm ruffians" could be fun)

any tiffany songs...(what was that one on growing pains)

okay...what about the theme song to "laverne and shirley" ha!!

i'm picking my brain....

aim

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ooh!!  i just thought of a couple more covers...

anything by the smiths (although "rusholm ruffians" could be fun)

any tiffany songs...(what was that one on growing pains)

okay...what about the theme song to "laverne and shirley" ha!!

i'm picking my brain....

     lol...how about:
     "i'm turning japanese" by the vapors
     "to drunk to f**k" by the dead kennedy's
     "my sharona" by the knack
     "head over heals" by the go-go's

     ok i have to stop, this is makin' me laugh too hard...

     kira

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i have two extra tix for the sarah mclachlan, paula cole, and suzanne
vega show for this friday, august 2 at the starlight bowl in burbank, ca.
email me if you are interested...

allison
edgy@netcom.com

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subject:      re: hell freezes over...

i just had to come out of lurk-dome to say: oh my..i don't think
i've laughed this hard in ages...y'all are a nasty group to be
contributing to my lack of productivity!  my office mates now
think i'm strange because i keep laughing at the computer screen
(hmmm...nothing surprising there).  my votes go for anything by
wham or whitney houston!  oh, and i know this isn't supposed to be
mentioned in this thread, but i would like to hear them do
somebody by depeche mode.  have a great day,

"da-knees"
aka. denise :)

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subject:      ouch kim!!!  that hurt!!!!

kim-

no "seasons in the sun?!?!?!?!?!?!?!"  in two part harmony?!?!?!?!

why not?!?!?!?!?  i love that song.......

ok, how about amy singing "chevy van?"  is that 70's and sappy enough?

(this post, by the way, is just to let kim know that my heart is now broken
because she doesn't think the ig should sing "seasons in the sun", not to
flams in any way....)

"chevy van" though, would be cool.  and yes, i suppose those of you out there
in ig land think i watch way too many time/life records commmercials....

well, maybe i do, but those songs are great....

now i am dating myself, aren't i?

peace and love, and 3 days til i get to see peter paul and mary!!
you know, the people who didn't write "leaving on a jet plane!"

later-

karrie


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oh my!  i couldn't agree more!  yuck,yuck, yuck!!!

i also think "friends and lovers" might also be a bit too much, don't you
think???

no bad 80's ballads, period!


"(indigo) girls just wanna have fun?"  yikes!
"(indigo) girl you know it's true?"  double yikes!
"i wanna sex you up." ow.  pain.
"two of hearts" by stacey q.  i'll stop.  this is just too horrific. won't
even mention any of the late-80's hits written by diane warren...

      to add to your stacey q. nightmare, could you ever imagine the girls
     doing a guest spot on "facts of life" and singing "two of hearts"?
     that would definately be too much for me.  i'd better stop, i'm
     getting nauseous just thinking about it!!!

     bean :-)

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hi all!

a bunch of people asked me about the lewiston, ny show and i can't find
any of their e-mails (i have *way* too many folders...).  amyrays, a
very kind indisoul (amy snyder) acquired the following info, for those
of you who are interested:

  the girls will be at artpark in lewiston, ny on august 16.  the show starts at
7pm.  reserved seats are 22.50 and lawn seats are 15.00.  i would get the
reserved seats because if it rains, you get wet.  the number to call is 1-800-
659-7275.  the box office is open 7 days at week 10am to 6pm.  tickets went on
sale july 20.


hope you can all make it :)

-sarah

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subject:      funny thread!

hmm....songs we wish they wouldn't cover?

um... how about love hurts,  iko iko, and of course freebird is an obvious
one. ;)

rick
who's a huge huge deborah gibson fan!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

(we're a proud people)

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how about:

  "get down tonight" by k.c. and the sunshine band
  "i wanna rock" by twisted sister

btw  got my shirt over the weekend!
  rob and deb did an excellent job!!!
  thanks guys!

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i have to jump in on this thread...

"girls" by the beastie boys

or "hungry like the wolf" by duran duran. amy could sing the lead and
emily could do the part of that woman moaning/whining in the background.

sickened yet fascinated by this prospect--
--patti


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subject:      re: hell freezes over

annemarie writes:

>       -"play that funky music white boy" by ??????

        that would be by wild cherry =)

also:

i gave bla^h^h^h credit for "afternoon delight" to the 5th dimension.
a couple people have mentioned to me the responsible party is the
starlight vocal band.

and amy putnam confirms that:

>> "mandy" barry manilow
>
> seriously.....they have done this.  i know i have atl east one
> bootleg with part of it before they just broke out laughing.

scary, ain't it?

to replace these i suggest:

        "can't smile without you" -- barry "the man" manilow
        "queen of hearts"         -- juice newton
        "xanadu"                  -- olivia newton john

imho -- really bad, sappy songs (read anything by air supply) wouldn't
work for ig.  even pot (their most sappy song to date) doesn't even
rate in comparison to the insipid stuff.  i could see them getting
down to punkish stuff (especially amy).  personally, i think amy could
do "**** like an animal" really well =)

                                -- chris


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i came home saturday evening after an extremely stressful family vacation
with my folks. . . and found my shirt had arrived!  what a great ending to
what had been a difficult week -- many thanks to rob and deb for
making it happen -- the shirt is beautiful.
it is such a relief to be home, in my own space, away from the wierdness...
and catching up on the list and listening to my ig tunes again.
thanks again -- michelle

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add: she's a brick house
superfreak
anything by little richard
born in the usa (i'm a huge bruce fan, but please...not that song!!)
uptown girl
lucky star
two occasions

>
> btw  got my shirt over the weekend!
>   rob and deb did an excellent job!!!
>   thanks guys!
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come on, dontcha think they should try "every woman in the world to me"
for an encore?!? :)
and thanks to y'all i've got "play that funky music white boy" stuck in my
head!!!

>
> imho -- really bad, sappy songs (read anything by air supply) wouldn't
> work for ig.  even pot (their most sappy song to date) doesn't even
> rate in comparison to the insipid stuff.  i could see them getting
> down to punkish stuff (especially amy).  personally, i think amy could
> do "**** like an animal" really well =)
>
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i couldn't resist adding this one...  gwen should get a kick out of
it....

"roxanne" by the police
or
"blueberry hill" by ????

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>
>come on, dontcha think they should try "every woman in the world to me"
>for an encore?!? :)
>and thanks to y'all i've got "play that funky music white boy" stuck in my
>head!!!
>
>>
>> imho -- really bad, sappy songs (read anything by air supply) wouldn't
>> work for ig.  even pot (their most sappy song to date) doesn't even
>> rate in comparison to the insipid stuff.  i could see them getting
>> down to punkish stuff (especially amy).  personally, i think amy could
>> do "**** like an animal" really well =)
>>
>>                                 -- chris
>>
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>of course freebird is an obvious one<

uh, they've done that.  at least, part of it...  and "stairway to heaven,"
too.

i would not like to hear:
"dancing queen" (abba)
"i woke up in love this morning" (the partridge family)
"theme from fame" (by the kids from fame?)
"girl you know it's true" (milli vanilli)

-vic.
.

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this is a fun thread!  y'all have some hilarious suggestions that keep
me laughing.  okay, so here's my $.02 on songs i would never (and i
repeat....never) want to see ig cover....
--jimmy buffett's "cheeseburger in paradise"  (or any buffett for that
  matter)
--lynyrd skynyrd's "sweet home alabama"
--milli vanilli's (okay, so maybe it wasn't really theirs) "blame it on
  the rain"
--no new kids on the block (horror of horrors to see a & e on the stage
  wavin' their hands in the air singing hangin' tough)
--dolly parton's or whitney houston's "i will always love you"
and somebody else said no rap!!!!!!!!!!  i have to agree!

have a happy day!
stacie  :)

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subject:      re: hell should freeze over

how about:
>
> p control  the artist formerly known as prince
> and for that matter, how about my name is prince *giggle* by the artist
> known as prince *smile*
>

lol! i guess when he sings that song live now, he has to say "my name
is, the artist formerly known as prince!!"

kinda breaks up the rythm, doesn't it? 8^)

they should also never play "leper messiah" by metallica

chris payne owen4@adnc.com


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subject:      re: hell should freeze over (silly igc)

jessica owen (general) wrote:
>
> this thread is making my day.  i really don't want to be here....too
> nice outside to be stuck in an offie.
>
> -jessi

could someone please help out jessi. she seems to be caught in an offie.
i don't know what that is, but it sounds uncomfortable. ;-)

chris payne owen4@adnc.com

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i'll go on record (no pun intended) as a random musician...   id est, if
you need one to help you record your songs, any of you out there, i play a
couple of instruments, none professionally, but pretty well (i hope i don't
sound too self centered...  i'm not..  :)  basicially, i can't write very
well, but i do play okay, and if you need a:

pianist/keyboardist
drummer/percussionist
guitarist
bassist,

write me back...  ps, i live in the westchester area so nyc and it's
suberbs are okay...  outside there and i can't get there...  party on!

alec heller

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subject:      i can't resist this one...

okay, as far as songs that ig should never (or at least, if they did, would
leave us in the emergency room from laughing to hard...) do, i'd have to
throw these in:

the lemon song, led zeppelin
(and speaking of zep, d'yer m'ker as well)
backdoor man, willie dixon (popularized by the doors)
foxy lady, jimi hendrix (i was kinda hesitant, but i don't think even amy
can get that low...  and an alto/soprano hendrix?  i don't know..."
boom boom, john lee hooker
hocus pocus, focus (okay, maybe that should have been on the songs they
should have done, i bet emily can really yodel)
one way out, the allman brothers band
anything by george thoroghood
closer, nin
big balls, ac/dc
hoochie coochie man, (i don't know who originally wrote this)
mannish boy, muddy waters (i think)


i don't think i'll waste y'alls bandwidth anymore...  just couldn't resist
the temptation...  see y'all round

alec heller,
a random yankee who say's y'all alot...

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at 04:21 pm 7/29/96 +0000, chris wrote:

>could someone please help out jessi. she seems to be caught in an offie.
>i don't know what that is, but it sounds uncomfortable. ;-)
rotflol!!!!!
man... if you don't know what an offie is by now, you'll never know.
didn't yer folks ever talk to you about those places???? they're best avoided
by nice people... especially at night and *especially* if you're a young,
earnest, yet naive cheerleader/b-movie-bimbo... yeeesh, you go there + wham,
yer the next hapless victem of jason... or freddie... or... well, you get
the picture ( "yes we see"... "that's when i fell for, the leader of the
pack..." oh... yoiks... another song the ig's should *never* do... )
peace... kim
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in a message dated 96-07-29 18:21:02 edt, chris write:

> "xanadu"                  -- olivia newton john

heh, heh !!!! this one actually has pretty good 'camp' appeal !!
i recently saw a drag/performance art/musical, that centered
around this tune ("wild horses, the diary of dawn dawn").
it was brilliant !

the song gets stuck in the head like a bad acid trip ;)
(not that 'i' would know)

binkers

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subject:      hell should freeze over (yes, igc)

personally,  i would love to hear amy sing def leppard's "pour some sugar
on me." <eg>

joan ;)
  (who's off to take a cold shower now)(g)

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subject:      enhanced cds (kinda nigc)

hi all!
     i've had many listees write me asking "what exactly is an enhanced
cd?" and while i was browsing the web i found this article at:
     http://www.cnet.com/content/reviews/enhanced/
which explains it pretty well.  the bad news is there is no mention of
an ig enhanced in the articles. :(  however, it does offer good
enhanced cd info and a chance to preview the e-cds of other artists such
as sarah mclachlan and bob dylan in the "jukebox" area!
bye
david

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subject:      hell on covers

pure hell if ig covered them - they just popped into my head.
        katrina and the waves - "walkin' on sunshine"
        marie osmond - "paper roses"
see y'all at nff.

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

karen

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        oh.  i forgot.  i came home to a fabulous surprise of the t-shirt in
my mailbox.  thanks rob and deb.  really made my afternoon. (so i'm easy :-p)


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

karen

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subject:      ooopppssss!!!

sorry y'all... ( and chris, who has a dynamite sense
of humor ) my last post should'a been from me
( kim: goddess of duplicity ) but it was sent out
as being from system administrator ( long story
concerning a stalker... )
anyways... peace all
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> lists short
sorry. thought i'd just take up more bandwith to apologize... :-)

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many, many thanks to rob and deb for the excellent job that was done on the
t-shirts!  as we say here in nyc, it's gawjus (i'm all ferklempt).

i will be donning my stylin' t at newport on the 11th and again at norfolk on
the 17th.  but fear not- i will try to wash it in between ; )

have a good one-

-sheri : )

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in a message dated 96-07-29 10:13:53 edt, susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu (susan
b. marine) writes:

>in order to shake up the list a hair, and get people giggly again (methinks
>it
>has been far too serious lately!), how bout if we do a little twist on the
>"cover tunes" thing and throw out some stuff that we'd rather have a hot
>caramel enema than see amy and emily cover?

yes, yes, yes...  i've been rolling on the floor as i read the replies to
this message.

i'm having some difficulty thinking of covers i'd rather have a hot caramel
enema than hear a&e do.  i really love caramel ; )

1)  gangsters- the specials.  don't get me wrong-  i love the specials but
ska doesn't seem to be the right sound for the girls.

2)  add it up-  violent femmes.  great song, but i can't picture a or e
screaming, 'why can't i get just one fuck?'

3)  you ain't seen nothin yet- ?  you know, that song, 'you ain't seen nothin
yet,  b-b-b-baby you just ain't seen n-n-n-nothin' yet' .  ugh!  they're
playing this song in some car commercial and it, like, sucks and stuff,
heheheh

4)  if you leave- omd.  remember, from the movie pretty in pink?  wow, that
brings me back to my sweet 16 and i wanna hurl.... anyway, all those new wave
groups of the 80's played too many synthesizers.  not a&e's style.

5)  addicted to love- robert palmer.  can you picture a&e singing with those
chicks with the tight black dresses and bright red lipstick?

just off the top of my head....

-sheri

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kim: goddess of duplicity wrote:
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> sorry y'all... ( and chris, who has a dynamite sense
> of humor ) my last post should'a been from me
> ( kim: goddess of duplicity ) but it was sent out
> as being from system administrator ( long story
> concerning a stalker... )
> anyways... peace all

awwwwww...(blushing)...little old me? ;-)

tanks!

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subject:      re: hell should freeze over

hey -- maybe amy and emily should think about putting together some sort of
milli vanilli tribute medley to perform on their upcoming tour.  those guys
were (ahem)... grammy winners, after all...


;)  lisa

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subject:      a and e autographs...

i'm totally tripping out!   i got home today and there was this envelope
waiting for me and it was from the ig fan club and i was like, "what's this?
i haven't ordered anything lately."  i open it up and inside is an
autographed black and white photo of amy and emily!!!!!  emily drew a heart
with an arrow through it and amy drew a peace sign thingy :)  they're dressed
like on the cover of that one single where amy's in a dress.  i'm sooo happy.

did anyone else get something in the mail?
i'm sure they did a mass mailing.
~renee

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lisa savu wrote:
>
> hey -- maybe amy and emily should think about putting together some sort of
> milli vanilli tribute medley to perform on their upcoming tour.  those guys
> were (ahem)... grammy winners, after all...
>
> ;)  lisa

yes yes!!! but who would sing while a & e did the lipsync? ;-)

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lisa savu wrote:
>>
>> hey -- maybe amy and emily should think about putting together some sort of
>> milli vanilli tribute medley to perform on their upcoming tour.  those guys
>> were (ahem)... grammy winners, after all...
>>
to which chris replied:
>yes yes!!! but who would sing while a & e did the lipsync? ;-)
>
to which i cannot resist answering : weird al yankovic ( synthasized +
self duplicated, naturally ) of course!!! <rolling of eyes> c'mon people,
that was so *easy*!!!
peace... kim.
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subject:      re: hell freezes over

i thought of another terrifying cover....
ballroom blitz by sweet... yikes.
peace all... kim
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yeah, i got that same picture sometime last year.  i had written to the
fan club c/o russell carter management and had completely forgotten
about it (i.e., given up) when out of the blue this envelope came with
an autographed picture!  needless to say, i have it framed and in a
prominent place in our living room...

cyndi

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on mon, 29 jul 1996 mmedido@aol.com wrote:

> in a message dated 96-07-29 18:21:02 edt, chris write:
>
> > "xanadu"                  -- olivia newton john
>
wow- but the girls doing rush's xanadu would be *really* impressive.

(i can hear it in my head.  it's beautiful :)


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i don't know about that caramel enema thing...  how did you come up with
that? i don't wanna know (what i left there for) how...  now that i think
about it...

to get a little more out there on songs that i either want to hear them do,
or really don't want to hear them do (you can never really be sure...)

i can make you a man- or anything from rocky horror, really...
cowtown- they might be giants, and that song mammals on         apollo eighteen
the crunge- led zeppelin, for those of y'all who aren't led heads,      the
crunge is funk...  with robert plant freestyling in     this really high
soprano...  you need to hear it to get the      full effect...
professional widow- tori amos...  i think they could do some of
        her stuff well, and vice versa...  but this particular song
        is off boys for pele...  last line being "love and a hard       cock"  i dunno,
i can't see it..
anything by nirvana
if i were a rich man- fiddler on the roof...  maybe it's the cover      of
strange fire that gives me trouble when i try to think
        of the girls doing the hora...
the abc's- we've all heard it, we all know it...  it's just not         something
to be redone...
subteranean homesick blues- bob dylan
anything where they have to use bob dylan's voice...
godzilla- blue oyster cult, one of the cults classics; there's even
harmony in the chorus, if you listen carefully
going up the country- i can't remember who does this... wait,   canned heat
i think it is, can't you just imagine amy       singing that song?

i know y'all are sick o' me throwin all this stuff in here, but i just
can't resist, ya know?  i promise, until the next time i post something;
this is the last one...

see y'all around
alec heller

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we are here, the universe will collapse upon itself, and will be replaced
by something even larger and more bizarre.  others say this has already
happened several times."

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subject:      ig w/ the grateful dead (8/93)?

hi... i had a sweet copy of these 2 shows from eugene, or which i lent to a
friend, and it was stolen from him, and i am left with nothing.

if anyone out there has these shows (8/21/93 & 8/22/93) please let me know. i
would *love* to set up a trade & i'm sure i'd have something you were
interested in!! :-)

please email me directly, as i am not on this listserve!

thanks,
dori
:-)

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subject:      re: enhanced cds (kinda nigc)

the newest enhanced cd i've happened upon was harry connick jr's  star turtle
which has a really weird little multimedia thingie. . .

very weird, but cool.

;)
rick

*ready to send tons of e-mail to karen for putting "walking on sunshine" in
my head (kidding, karen!!) and anticipating "the spitfire grill" with little
patience!!!*

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subject:      re: i can't resist this one...

in a message dated 96-07-29 19:49:39 edt, alec@nyc.pipeline.com (alec heller)
writes:

<< the lemon song, led zeppelin
(and speaking of zep, d'yer m'ker as well) >>


:) that was one of the songs that made a couple of us swoon to think about
(amy doing d'yer m'ker...oh oh oh ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.)  i mean,
dang...that would make me straight!  ;)

rick
   *listening to harry connick jr.'s star turtle and kicking all sorts of
butt in "d"*

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subject:      cancer pride bootleg address?

where do the cancers send?

thanks ;)
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subject:      hell hath frozen

what fun i've had reading this thread. when i first saw the subject "hot
caramel enemas" i thought it was from a friend i had e-mailed regarding
holistic treatments for a medical condition i've been having. while my
flashsession was reading the mail, i had pondered whether or not she might be
serious.

o.k., how about "billie jean" by michael jackson?

thanks for the smiles

tina rae

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subject:      nigc:ciao

sorry to waste the bandwith but til september the 4th i'll be out of the
mailing list.but don't worry! i'll be back with more music info(i
hope) & more energy,( :-])
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>--lynyrd skynyrd's "sweet home alabama"<

would you believe that they've done this one too?  sort of.  imagine amy
singing "sweet home alabama" as emily sings "blood and fire."  no kidding...

>those guys (milli vanilli) were (ahem)... grammy winners, after all...<

if i remember right, they technically *weren't* grammy winners.  it was kind
of like an annulled marriage, i think.  never happened, says the riaa (or
whomever).  so they can't put it on their resumes, doncha know.

-vic.
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subject:      nigc:re:re: fw: hell should freeze over

-----part i-non serious,but seriously--------------------
yeah, you're pointed to it:

macarena it's horrible!! we're two spanish ig-fans and you don't
kwnow now hard is it: at the discos,pubs,radios,tv,.. is like a real
nightmare.and there are  more than one version.thanks that we don't
listen to the radio stations more ... and there's another thing:
i'm not very sure but at the tho ny loollapalloza's it was scheduled
to play :the gipsy kings with the ig :that's blasphemia,it should be
forbidden that kinda mixes :heaven &hell.gipsy kings are kinda julio
iglesias(another one to the black list ) but in flamenco versions...

and i could keep on and on,.............

well,after this group therapy (you can't imagine the kinda music
available in these latitudes ).bye to ig planet ,beeeeeeeeeeeep,
disconecting ...three..two..one..line off
-----part ii-miscellaneous info----------
last month we got 2 boots from melissa etheridge:
-tape: live concert madrid'89(from the spanish radio station radio3)
-cd:boot from various concerts in usa (duets with:j. osoborne,jewel,
p.cole,sophie b. hawkings) and tracks from the italian 'yes i am'
promotional tour.
if you want some trade,in september i'll be back (today is my last
day before holidays )
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universitat politecnica de valencia
valencia,catalan lands (on the beach,...papapara raparapa).
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all,

i just found a pretty good web article on tape trading...  they've got tips
on equipment, recording, trading info and etiquette, all kinds of good stuff.
it's somewhat oriented towards grateful dead traders, but it's good
information for tapers and traders in general.

the url is http://www.wilma.com/extras/taping.html.

-vic.
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date: monday, july 29, 1996 11:10pm

in a message dated 96-07-29 13:07:36 edt, you write:

<< also, anything by michael bolton would do terribly (right, sarafina? ;))
>>

aaaaaaaaaauuuuuuuuuugggggggggghhhhhhhhh! =)  miss me? ;)  have to go tape
more... i have set a date to go to the post office either wednesday or
saturday. =)  (those are the only days i won't be working the _enrire_time
the po is open... i'll write again soon. =)  peace, love, and postal hours,
sarah

p.s. i get to see michelle again in 2 days! =)  (yes, i did just see her
thursday...)

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subject:      sony professional walkman....availble (migc)

greetings all,

with all the recent talk about recording shows
and the comparing of equipment.  i thought i would
throw in my 2 cents and make an offer.  as many
others on the list, i started back in 1985 with a little
sony walkman (lone justice was the first show i taped)
later i graduated to an aiwa and then finally to the sony
wm-d3 professional walkman which i only use to record shows.

what, you may ask, is the difference?  well the simple
answer to that is "recording level" controls.  you control
the intensity of the incoming signal.  most standard
walkmans have what's called a "limiter" which sets
the level at a standard range depending on the loudness
of the incoming signal.

a good example of the "limiter" would be someone standing
next to you while emily is singing "mystery".  all of a sudden
that person next to you screams "romeo and juliet" at the top
of their lungs.  the "limiter" detects that signal overload and drops
the recording level down until its back to where the standard level
should be.

this is most apparant on older tapes where the audience applauds
real loud and you hear everything drop down for a few seconds.  it
does becoming annoying after a while.  well, i have now finally graduated
from my sony wm-d3 to a sony tcd-d7 which is their portable dat recorder.
so i am now left with a sony wm-d3 professional walkman that i don't need
anymore.

if anyone thinks they would be interested in this, please let me
know.  the unit is almost 4 years old and i purchased it for $300.
i am asking $75 for it plus shipping.  as i said the unit has never
been used for anything but taping shows and is in excelent condition.

the unit and accesories are black.  it has recording as well as battery
level indicators which you can turn off and a tape counter.  it records and
plays back in dolby stereo and has metal tape capability (pb only).
it comes with a stereo microphone that can plug directly into the unit
but also has a cord microphone stand that can either rest on a table
or can clip to a shirt pocket or jacket collar, very discreet.  it also
comes with its own carrying case.

for those who crave even more information...it has a capstan servo
amorphous head and requires 2 aa batteries but also has an optional
dc input.  there are also both "line in" and "line out" jacks as well
as a headphone out and volume control.

if interested, please let me know...

thanks,
michael bunch  :-)

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subject:      darw/ig shirt (nigc)

hi folks,

well, i went to see dar williams play last night in london - she was really
great - didn't know she'd be so funny!  audience were pretty uptight though
- wouldn't sing along, boring sods, and everyone was most disapproving when
a couple of dykes dared to get up to dance near the stage (nope, wasn't me!)
heartily recommend seeing her if you get the chance - and helene and gail -
you're going to have a goood time!!!

got my t-shirt this morning! thanks rob and deb  - you did a really great
job!  trouble is, i didn't anticipate that an xxl would be quite as large as
it is - so, is there anyone out there that wants to swap their xl for my xxl
(unworn)? pretty please?  otherwise i am going to have the coolest
nightshirt ever - which is a shame cos i'd like to wear it out and show it off!

on a serious note - haven't seen anyone mention the atlanta bombing - it
really alarmed me when i heard the news - i figured a free rock concert in
atlanta - maybe some listies would be there... got worried in case any of
our favourite musicians might be as well... anyway, here's hoping that
everyones okay...

take care

**************
seffy
     cod==#
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subject:      1995: rave magazine

february 8-14, 1995 -- rave magazine

closer (to fine) encounter of the heard kind
interviewer: tony horner

it's 1:40am in atlanta, georgia, and the indigo girls have just returned
home after doing a television show in new york. atlanta, i'm sure you know,
will host the '96 olympic games, but interestingly, it's also been making
headlines as the new center of african-american culture. chuck d is one of
many rappers who spends much of his time there. at the same time though,
atlanta, like many other american cities, is dealing with violence, which
is, it must be pointed out, really a poverty thing that a black thing.

"it's bad in our city," emily reflects. "there are a lot of young black men
being killed and suffering."

"that's pretty hardcore there, i wouldn't say it's to the same extent (as
south central la) here, but wherever gang warfare is going on in an urban
area, i think it's just as bad as anywhere in the country. but it's a very
big country, there's a lot of horrible stuff going on, a lot of great stuff
going on. it's important to be aware of both things."

the indigo girls' songs are deeply steeped in everyday life. while galileo's
lyrics grapple with death and reincarnation, the subject is discussed in the
sort of straight-forward language you'd use when talking about the subject
at the pub. rather than getting bogged down in abstract discussion, they've
got a passion for people and life and a knack for capturing them in words
and music, which gives their songs vibrancy and depth.

"we write about the people we've come across, the experiences we have in our
own personal lives, we get moved by good films and books. i think of our
music as at least fairly universal, maybe not for people who are thinking
about surviving and their next meal, but for people who have the luxury of
examining their lives. i think we write about fairly universal topics - love
and loss and death and joy, those basic things."

"i can tell you that what goes on in the world affects us deeply. although
amy and i aren't specifically political songwriters, actually our songs have
this sorta socially-conscious element to them, and that just comes from
thinking about what's going on around us in the world.

"even if you can't relate to them specifically, you can appreciate them for
what they are, and the thoughts and the heart that goes into those thoughts.
i like rap music a lot, and i can't relate to it through experience but i
can completely appreciate the sentiment and the passion, so hopefully it
works both ways."

we talk generally about hiphop, its incredible vitality as a living artform
and it's occasional tendency towards homophobia and sexism.

"i hate that part of rap music and the's a lot of rap music that's
misogynistic, but there's a lot of white boy rock 'n roll that's
misogynistic and they don't get the bad rap, which is not to excuse it. but
then you have artists like queen latifah, who's right now my favourite rap
artist - she's completely positive and very good for women. she can hang
with the best of them. that's the kind of rap music that i love."

"i think that a lot of white people are threatened by rap music and black
culture and it's easy for them to single that out, but like i say, you can't
excuse that. there are lyrics in rap music that completely offend me, but
then public enemy are like the bob dylan for black urban communities."

perhaps, i suggest, those people who feel threatened by black culture should
look at what's happened in south africa. while that country faces immense
social and political problems, the transition to an anc-led government has
been far less bloody and violent than many predicted.

"yeah, i'm overwhelmed by what's happened. the fact that mandela was in
prison so recently and now he's the president. i mean, you can't idealise
that situation too much because there's been bloodshed and there'll probably
be more, and then you look at what's happening in central africa...but you
have to take hope from what's happening in south africa, and i feel
symbolically that it's the greatest event of the century."

our chat rambles for a while longer, and eventually the conversation returns
to music. a few years back, the indigo girls did a cover version of dire
straits' romeo and juliet, giving it some of the raucous passion you might
expect from a teenager shouting up to his girlfriend's window. and just
before their demise, the wonder stuff recorded the indigo girls' first
classic song, closer to fine.

"i think the reason why you want to do a cover song is that you love that
song so much, and the best thing that can come out of it is you doing an
original version of it. amy sang that dire straits song, she sang it so
different to mark knoppfler. and the wonder stuff, it's totally flattering
that they covered our song."

"you sing a song because you love it and hopefully you add somthing new to
it. i don't like cover songs that just do the same thing that the original
song did."

with the release of their new album, swamp ophelia, the indigo girls are
about to embark on their first australian tour. it's something emily says
they've always wanted to do.

"i think you'll find a very unpretentious and...we like to call it a
hootenanny over here in the states," she says of their live show. "in
england that bugs the shit out of them, but i think we'll find a warmer
response in australia. i think it's a friendly show. our songs are serious
but ther's an element of joy that runs throughout the show and we always
encourage people to sing songs if they know the words and we try to break
down barriers between the big old stage and the people on the floor and i
think it's a good exchange."

the indigo girls sometimes tour as a duo, and sometimes with a band.

"each has its own challenges and its own rewards, as you might imagine. when
amy and i play together, i find the shows tend to be a little more
spontaneous and our tempos and arrangements can fluctuate, whereas when you
play with a band you sorta have to keep in mind what the other folks are
playing. on the other hand, there are certain songs that are driven by a
great rhythm section and don't have the same power without it."

one of the first things you notice about the indigo girls is their
effortless vocal blend. their harmonies are so well-blended that it sounds
like a single voice singing two notes.

"it's actually something that came really easily to us, from the very first
time we played together. we were friends in high school, we both played
guitar. it was just like any two people who have something in common. we
started playing these songs and harmonies always came naturally. our whole
experience together has been very not-thought-about, and it still feels the
same to me ten years later."

are you surprised that the indigo girls are still going after so long? "i'm
totally surprised," she chuckles. "i'm completely thankful for it. i'm
laughing because i'm thinking about the days when amy and i used to call up
radio stations in the united states and beg them to play our records, and
beg clubs to give us gigs. a lot of times you'd drive for ten hours to play
for nothing - we just loved playing. and the fact that i'm sitting here
talking to someone in australia who's asking about our music is
overwhelming. i never forget those things, so it makes me laugh."

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hey all,

        after a truely hellish week both finacially and emotionally, an
anonymous person decided give my family an "emergency" indigo girls
fund.  which means, god willing, that we all get to take a *really*
needed folk fest run.  might anyone have any tickets avaliable?  if i got
the money out tommorow, i think the mail would be fast enough.  please
send any offers out my way.  it's the girls that give me strength, and to
see them live would give me years worth.

-me

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thanks for all the help.  y'all are great.  a few people asked me to
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on mon, 29 jul 1996, jim garvey wrote:

> hi!
>
> does anyone know where i can get tour dates for ig?  i've looked around
> a bit on somw of their webs sites but couldn't find anything.
>
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hello!  i found a great list on epic/sony's site....

        http://www.sony.dreammedia.com/epic/tourbyartist.qry?artistid=83

that sould get you directly there.  right now it says that they are doing
a "demo tour"... which i assume is a pre-cursor to a "real" tour (meaning
a new album is comming????!!!!).

good luck!
elaine

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two things...

this weekend i picked up the aug 1996 issue of ice, a cd release
newsletter.  inside the front cover is a fairly detaiiled article about
the making of the "honor" cd which is being released by daemon/epic
on aug 20.  amy ray talks abut the making of the album and gives a
bit of response about each track in the 2 disc set.  about the ig
track, blood quantum:  ...which marks the first time the dup has
composed a song together. "i started a song that i couldnt finish,
so emily did."

and perry at rdr has asked me to pass along that the last batch of 20
copies of the ep and more bootleg cd will be in this week.  once they
are gone, they are gone.  tehre will be no more.  teh cover on the cd
will be slightly differnt to distinguish it as the last batch.  he also
wanted me to pass along that volume two is in the works and will be
a cheaper cd, mass produced and not cd-r format.  more details when
they are available....  his number again is 1-800-636-6166.


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this is so awesome.  i have to join in the fun.  okay how about these.
oh l'amour by erasure (or anything by them)
bad by michael jackson
go west  by the pet shop boys
i want your sex by george michael
sarah
(hi jody and david)

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subject:      a bombing in atlanta? (nigc... i hope )

at 01:09 pm 7/30/96 bst, seffy wrote:

>on a serious note - haven't seen anyone mention the atlanta bombing - it
>really alarmed me when i heard the news - i figured a free rock concert in
>atlanta - maybe some listies would be there... got worried in case any of
>our favorites musicians might be as well... anyway, here's hoping that
>every ones okay...

i've been away camping for the last week + also heard something
about this. however, i have no t.v. ( a temporary irritation )
and saw nothing about the bombing when i finally did return
home. i figured the people on this list would be discussing it
if there was any news about listees or musicians affected by
the event... am i right? uninformed as i am, i don't even know
the story... guess i ought to fork over for a news paper once in
a while, huh?
peace + prayers that terrorism is not at an escalalation point in
north america now too... kim.
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subject:      newbie, norfolk

hi all,
i'm new to the list first off so i thought i would introduce myself,
also
on the 17th of august im seeing the ig in norfolk.  has anyone seen part of
the tour already or have a rough idea of the set list?
thanks for your time,
trey

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subject:      norfolk-bound?

hi all! i'm interested in knowing about the setlists for all the shows on
this "demo" tour and if anyone is going to use michael bunch's sony ;)

norfolk, btw, is pronounced no fuc. the k, i believe, is silent :)

jude :)

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subject:      me in boston (nigc)

after attending a certain folk festival to see two certain people (who
shall remain nameless), i'll be in massachusetts for a couple of weeks.
lo and behold - melissa etheridge is playing the fleetcenter 8/20. i
have tickets to see the red sox that night but would rather see me. the
me seats available at ticketbastards aren't any good (i'm spoiled).
anybody know anybody who might have two good floor seats they're not
using?

thanks.

amy

amy1@alpeng.com

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subject:      anybody got tickets?

i sent a message about this and got it sent back to me with the info that i
had sent it already, in a past life apparently.  anyway, since i didn't get
any responses from the past life post, i figured i'd try one more time...
ahem,
does anyone have an extra ticket for the philly electric factory show?
thank you.
sorry if this is repetitive.
mc

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subject:      (nigc) teaching english in asia & my beautiful t-shirt

hi list!

first off, i got my t yesterday and i lovelovelove it :)))  thanks
deb & rob - you guys are amaaaaaaaazing!  i am going to wear it to
meet my first fellow listee tomorrow (hi sue!).

ok, i have a totally nigc question for all you worldy listers.  my
big sis wants to go to asia to teach english next year and she
would love to hear from people who have done it / are planning to
do it / know someone who did it / or have any other pertinent info
about such a venture.  specifically, she wants to go to s. korea
or taiwan, but would be happy to be in touch with people who've gone
anywhere in asia.  if you could e-mail me privately i'll give you
her address.  thanks much in advance :)

-sarah

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subject:      re: ouch kim!!!  that hurt!!!!

a couple more comments on this thread:

i think it is too funny that stairway to heaven, sweet home alabama, and
freebird all got mentioned because the medly of these three songs would
be my favorite ig boot moment, if the songs weren't all but obscured by
the crowd yelling like crazy.  of course, if i had been there, i'd have
been yelling like crazy too.

gwen said:   born in the usa (i'm a huge bruce fan, but please...not that
song!!).   i definitely agree, with all the bruce i'd love to see them do
(backstreets/sad eyes, badlands, etc.)  there are many that i'd never
want to hear, including this 10th ave freezeout, and glory days.

sheri wrote:  2)  add it up-  violent femmes.   hey, i'd love to hear
this!!!   ok, if not add it up, how about blister in the sun?

alec wrote: or anything from rocky horror.    you mean you wouldn't pay
to see amy as riff raff?  i would.  : )

and karrie wrote:   kim-   no "seasons in the sun?!?!?!?!?!?!?!"  in two
part harmony?!?!?!?!   i'm with karrie on this one!   this would be too
much fun.  : )   : )

ok, a couple more additions to my previous list:
goody two shoes (adam ant), california girls (beach boys), just the way
you are (b. joel), every little thing she does is magic (i'm still
recovering from s colvin's version), my musical entry, sodomy from hair,
and, of course, fat bottomed girls (queen).

oh, and someone mentioned stand by your man.  lyle lovett does a geat
version of this (did i post this already? - it's been a long week, and
its only tuesday!)

  harry a. keates
  email: hak@crai.com

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subject:      nh show

anyone know any chance of additional nh dates (other than aug 12th) ??
i've been calling the casino, but it's allllways busy.
thanks, sue

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this has nothing to do with the girls..( that i know of..) but i thought
it was funny
thanks mo.

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an old farmer decided it was time to get a new rooster for his
hens.  the current rooster was still doing an okay job, but he was
getting on in years.  and the farmer figured getting a new rooster
couldn't  hurt anything.

so he buys a young cock from the local rooster emporium, and
turns him loose in  the barn yard.  well, the old rooster sees the
young one strutting around and he gets a little worried. so, they're
trying to replace me, thinks the old rooster.  i've got to do something
about this.

he walks up to the new bird and says, "so you're the new stud in town?
i bet you really think you're hot stuff, don't you?  well i'm not ready for
the
chopping block yet.  i'll bet i'm still the better bird.  and to prove it, i
challenge you to a race around that hen house over there.  we'll run
around it ten times and whoever finishes first gets to have all the hens
for himself."

well, the young rooster was a proud sort, and he definitely thought
he was more than a match for the old guy.  "you're on," said the
young rooster. "and since i know i'm so great, i'll even give you a
head start of half a lap.  i'll still win easy," said the young rooster.

so the two roosters go over to the hen house to start the race
with all the hens gathering around to watch.  the race begins and all
the hens start cheering the roosters on.  after the first lap, the old
rooster is still maintaining his lead.  after the second lap, the old
guy's lead has slipped a little but he's still hanging in there.
unfortunately the old rooster's lead continues to slip each time
around, and by the fifth lap he's just barely in front of the
young rooster.

by now the farmer has heard all the commotion.  he runs into the
house, gets his shotgun, and runs out to the barn yard figuring a
fox or something is after his chickens.  when he gets there, he sees
the two roosters running around the hen house, with the old rooster
still slightly in the lead.  he immediately takes his shotgun, aims, fires,
and blows the young rooster away.

as he walks slowly away, he says to himself ........  "damn,
that's the third gay rooster i've bought this month."

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subject:      sony recorder (nigc)

could the person who is selling the sony recording walkman (michael bunch?)
please e-mail me.... i accidently deleted the original message and i'm
interested in buying it.

sorry for taking up bandwith.

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:      a dumb question

sorry to waste your time but..what does
nigc  mean..there are some appreviations you all throw around and i don't
know what you'all are talking about..please enlighten me..ok?

btw..turned my chiropractor on to the girls today..waitin' in the waitin
room and she had the old muzak playin..went out to the car and got my
tape of 1200 curfew and asked to put it on..they loved it..i told them to
keep it...theres' one for our team!!

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subject:      re: [fwd: the farmer's new rooster]

at 11:46 am 7/30/96 -0700, pat wrote:
about a *vewy* cunning wooster... and a not so terribly
bright + homophobic farmer....( "shhh... be vewy
vewy quiet... i'm hunting woosters... hahaaaaha-a-a-a" )
ah... it was good for a laugh... thanks pat.
hey y'all... is that there song a week thread still
happenin'??? i was away all last week when it was time
for dmh... *nuts* the tracester and i could'a done like
she said + resurected ol' fred mann's still ( speaking of
stooopid farmers.... ) :-) are y'all thankin' the gods that
be?..... :-)...
anyways... if'n it *is* song o the week time... this week
it be ftw... am i right??? someone yey or nay me????
peace all... kim ( who is happy to be back in such fun
company, but really wishes she were still camping... )
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subject:      ig in public, t-shirts, hell freezes over, and ... that's it

i just had to share the following tidbits...
first of all, radio stations around here seem pretty eager to broadcast
the ig -- at least when it comes to their warmer, fuzzier, less challenging
works. sitting on a bus going through providence, ri i plugged my  headphones
into the seat-mounted radio tuner and lo and behold, some random station
was playing p^2. it brought a ray of light into an otherwise drab day.
and just this morning, i was walking down the street through the middle
of my temporary home, woods hole, ma (crawling in the hole?), and suddenly
i heard "and so we're okay, we're fine..." wafting out the open door of a
local cafe. it was just the thing to hear after having spent the morning
alone in an office with no windows except for micro$oft's. but i was on my
way to somewhere, so i couldn't stay for the rest of the song...
(and yes, i know that was an old thread....)

second, i wish i hadn't been stoopid enuff to give rob my home address
instead of my summer address. i have to wait till *september* to get my list
t-shirt! aaaaghhh!!!!!!!!!!!! <kirsten's primal scream shatters the
computer monitor. those around her stare. she slinks away in disgrace.)

third, there are many songs that the ig would never do, but the songs that
they would never ever ever ever do are:
* house of love, amy grant
* all i wanna do, sheryl crow
* iiiiiiiiiii willlll allllllwaaays loooove youuuuuuu, whitney houston
my ears sting just thinking of it. bring on the hot caramel!
i would love nothing more that to hear emily sing "every little thing s/he
does is magic", though. okay, there are a few things i would love more.
but not very many.

fourth, have we all moved towards discussion of *horrid* songs and away
from the sotw? last time i noticed it, we were talking about mystery...
come back, sotw, come back! shouldn't it be ttr just about now? now *there's*
a song you wouldn't here on the radio...

-kirsten, contemplating making the 2-hour trip home just to pick up her
t-shirt at the post office

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subject:      cover me grey, part 2

hey, y'all...with all the talk about cover songs, i've been thinking (oh,
no!) that it would be nice to do another compilation of ig covers.  the first
one was great, and there are many more covers that could fill up another
tape.  here's my list so far (btw, they would all be live):
wild horses
thin line (not 1200 c's version)
another on the rise
white house blues
don't think twice
get together
uncle john's band
all along the watchtower
romeo and juliet
heartache central (who wrote this, amyray?)
same lost tribe
killing time
love the one you're with
big yellow taxi (hash)
levon (hash)
keep on growin' (hash)
danny's song

please let me know what you think of this idea, and i welcome suggestions for
more
covers...i have all of the above songs, but i'd like to know what other
covers exist in
indigo land. thanks! =)

peace, love, and happiness,
ponygirl

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subject:      my poor ears (*trade alert*)

hi again. =)  does anyone have ig boots from before 1995 that are of
especially good sound quality?  yeah, i know that boots and good sound
quality don't usually go together, but my poor ears are begging for a
reprieve. if you can help, please let me know and i'll send you my bootlist
so we can trade...thanks, y'all! =)

peace, love, and caramel,
ponygirl

countdown to my first ig concert: 18 days (don't go into cardiac arrest,
amanda and katy)!!!

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subject:      boots

are there any boots out there from the so tour..i seem to just have stuff
prior..looking for a live vewrsion of fare thee well...does it exist..
also..does anyone have a copy of ....dented cans? they be willing to
record or trade for..
i have some old boots of other folks..joan armatrading, rickie lee jones,
jimmy buffett ( hey, don't flame me , i worked with the guy)..bette
midler..probably more if i look around..]
pooh

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subject:      other boots you wish you had.(nigc)

so hers a list of some of my available boots from the olden days if
you'all want 'em
meliss manchester
judy collins
tina turner
sunsplash tour
bb king
john denver ( um boy)
manhatten transfer
pointer sisters
james taylor
roberta flack with peabo bryson
laura branigan ( remember her?)

o'jays
eddie rabbitt ( one at a time now)
aretha franklin
dionne warwick (prior to the psychic line)
don williams ( actually i like him)
oak ridge boys

so..who wants to trade...
um...don't all write at one now.....

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subject:      loose translation (so to speak)- nigc

--- jude wrote

norfolk, btw, is pronounced no fuc. the k, i believe, is silent :)

jude :)
--- end of quoted material ---

if it's pronounced no fuc, i'm already there and i didn't even know it!

tee hee...bad susan.....

;0

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slightly disturbing...


on tue, 30 jul 1996, pat chaney wrote:

> this has nothing to do with the girls..( that i know of..) but i thought
> it was funny
> thanks mo.
>

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subject:      boots you gotta have part 2.nigc

also found
gordon lightfoot( which is quite good)
and ..contain yerself now,,liza minelli

these shows are almost all directly from the sound board as i recorded
them when i was workin at the theatre

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subject:      those were the days (nigc)

just a little something i received that i thought a lot of us out there
might identify with...

>subject: children of the eighties
>
>                                80's!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
>
>    we are the children of the eighties.  we are not the first "lost
>generation" nor today's lost generation; in fact, we think we know just
>where we stand - or are discovering it as we speak.  we are the ones who
>played with lego building blocks when they were just building blocks and
>gave malibu barbie crewcuts with safety scissors that never really cut.
>we collected garbage pail kids and cabbage patch kids and my little
>ponies and hot wheels and he-man action figures and thought she-ra looked
>just a little bit like i would when i was a woman.  big wheels and
>bicycles with streamers were the way to go, and sidewalk chalk was all
>you needed to build a city.  imagination was the key.  it made the ewok
>treehouse big enough for you to be luke and the kitchen table and an old
>sheet dark enough to be a tent in the forest.  your world was the
>backyard and it was all you needed.  with your pink portable
>tape player, debbie gibson sang back up to you and everyone wanted a skirt
>like the material girl and a glove like michael jackson's.  today, we are
>the ones who sing along with bruce stringsteen and the bangles perfectly
>and have no idea why.  we recite lines with the ghostbusters and still
>look to the goonies for a great adventure.  we flip through t.v. stations
>and stop at the a team and knight rider and fame and laugh with the cosby
>show and family ties and punky brewster and what you talkin' 'bout
>willis?  we hold strong affections for the muppets and the gummy bears
>and why did they take the smurfs off the air?  after school specials were
>only about cigarettes and step-families, the pokka dot door was
>nothing like barney, and aren't the power rangers just voltron
>reincarnated?  we are the ones who still read nancy drew and the hardy
>boys, the bobbsey twins, beverly clearly and judy blume, richard scary
>and the electric company.  friendship bracelets were ties you couldn't
>break and friendship pins went on shoes - preferably hightop velcro
>reebox - and pegged jeans were in, as were units belts and layered socks
>and jean jackets and jams and charm necklaces and side pony tails and
>rats' tails.  rave was a girl's best friend; braces with colored rubberbands
>made you cool.  the backdoor was always open and mom served only red
>kool-aid to the neighborhood kids- never drank new coke.  entertainment
>was cheap and lasted for hours.  all you needed to be a princess was high
>heels and an apron; the sit'n'spin always made you dizzy but never made
>you stop; pogoballs were dangerous weapons and chinese jump ropes never
>failed to trip someone.  in your underoos you were wonder woman or spider
>man or r2d2 and in your treehouse you were king.  in the eighties,
>nothing was wrong.  did you know the president was shot?  star wars was
>not only a movie.  did you ever play in a bomb shelter?  did you see the
>challenger explode or feed the homeless man?  we forgot vietnam and
>watched tiananman's square on cnn and bought pieces of the berlin wall at the
>store.  aids was not the number one killer in the united states.  we
>didn't start the fire, billy joel.  in the eighties, we redefined the
>american dream, and those years defined us.  we are the generation in
>between strife and facing strife and not turning our backs.  the eighties
>may have made us idealistic, but it's that idealism that will push us and
>be passed on to our children - the first children of the twenty-first
>century.  never forget: we are the children of the eighties.
>
>
>if this is familiar, you are one of us... pass it on to all the
>others...
>
>

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ok, i had to add a few songs to the list!  here goes:

midnight at the oasis (who sang that?)
a man needs a maid (neil young)
love will keep us together (captain & tennile)
bertha butt boogie (the jimmy castor bunch -?)
kung fu fighting (carl...?)
are you lonesome tonight (complete with soliloquy) - (elvis)
     they could update this one by doing the spoken bit in a rap format!!
after the loving (engelbert whatshisdink)

are you retching yet? (not a song, but a question!)
that's all folks!
gina.

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date:         tue, 30 jul 1996 18:14:47 edt
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subject:      5/4 & scot boots

i lost the info that i had regarding the 5/4/96 & scot ninneman special
boots.  i am a capricorn.  if you are still handling the tape trees for these
boots, please contact me.  otherwise, if anyone has any info about these
boots, i would really like to get them.  thanks for your help.  talk to ya
soon.

peace

bert

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what compilation or boot is "love the one you're with" on? i have good camp
memories of this song.

amy

amy

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subject:      hot caramel enemas vs. cover songs... tough choice

alright already!!  hey, can someone call off the goddess of duplicit system
administrators for me?!?  (and deb j., and....) sheesh... i have been
avoiding contributing to this thread b/c i am far too suggestable and
deathly fear getting any cover i come up with stuck in my head in a&e's
voices... but... it seems i will have no peace until i do...
        so my contributions are:
                please gawds, never let them cover:
        "wake me up before you go-go" by wham
        "oklahoma" where the wind goes....
        "peggy sue" by buddy holly... the thought of either of them going
"pritttty prittty prittty prittty peggy sue"  has me racing for the caramel
aisle...
        "i wanna new drug" by huey lewis
        "shout at the devil" by motley crue
        that song by mariah carey that has a note only my dogs can hear...
and they run in terror.
        "s-a-t-u-r-d-a-y night" by the bay city rollers

oh my gawd.. someone stop me... i feel ill.... i knew this would be bad for
me...

tracy
~~~~^~~~^~^~^~^~^^~~~^~^returning to my mountains!!!
        countdown - approx 3 weeks!

"it's all the same fucking day, man..."
                -- janis joplin

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subject:      more caramel

yes i do have spellcheck on my eudora... but it only works when i remember
to *use* it.. imagine... sorry for bizarre spellings on that last one... ahem...
        anyhow, the soon to be ex-so here demands that i send her
contributions.  blame her not me.

        "when you're a jet" from  west side story
        "i'm just a girl who can't say no" from some play or something... i
was so disturbed by the thought as she sang it at me viciously that i didn't
bother to ask where its from.
        "when i'm calling yoooou..hooo...hooo.hooo..." see above

i ran away before she could continue, but i suspect she may find me up here
and sing more at me.  be glad she is computer-less.

tracy <setting the password protection on her computer to "stun">
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subject:      hell freezes over again

after reading all the posts, i felt compelled to add my list... i was very
amused by all you guyses songs... um... how did you get hot carmel???? :)
ok, heres my list-in no peticular order

1. lump (either presidents or wierd al's "gump")
2. gangsta's paradise-coolio
3. waterfalls-tlc(yeeech!)
4. boombostic-shaggy(just going along with the whole rap junk. man that
stuff                     sux!!)
5. vogue-madonna
6. anything vanilla ice or milli vanilli('specially with wierd al on
vocals!)    and new kids otb??? bring on the carmel!
7. crocadile rock-elton john
8. palisades park-?? just heard it on the radio...the oldie, u know... "down
at    palisades park" and did something at a hot dog stand, and" gave that
girl a    hug" oh whatever.
9. abc 123-jackson five(right??)
10. anything like the alternative stuff out there. dont get me wrong, i like
it    and listen to it, but could any of you see them doing you oughta
know(alanis)    or comedown(bush). i just cringe...

alright, thats about all of that i can take. it is pretty funny if you would
think about it though... i _did_ however enjoy their cover of the itsy-bitsy
spider on watershed. i got a laugh outa that one! :o) anyone care to add
more to my list?? im enjoying this!!! :o)

tiff

ps-humor for the day(as if we hadnt had enough) i read a little humor thingy
in readers digest.  a daughter wrote in about her father that he was an art
historian, and was absent minded. he went to the bookstore and bought a book
on art. he took it home and sat down to read it, only to discover that he
had written it.
lol!!! :o)


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subject:      why not?

imo, i think the girls _should_ do some milli vanilli or some motley crue...
change of pace, you know...  they have already recorded the lamest song in
history.  the title escapes me, but it is that one about the bird in the old
gum tree or whatever... i hate that song more than anything and yes, our
precious girls did it...  it's especially bad when amy does that "chatter,
chirp!" part.  it makes me want to cry.  so i believe that nothing would be
as bad as that.

btw, i think a truly good cover would be "queer" by garbage which is so damn
cool and on my cd player right now.

so once again i am going to go lurk... buhbye.

corinne

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just a friendly reminder to alla you loverly listies: when you're reading
the 50-100 or so messages this crazy forum generates, remember to blink
a lot!  and look away occasionally.
trying to keep us all chatting until we're 157,
love,
karey

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subject:      gay census

sorry for the mass mailing, but before you get annoyed, read on. . .  this
could have just been an electronic forward, but i'm taking to time to type
this, so please take the time to think about it and think about responding:

when i was in columbus i had "gay" long distance (what is that?  a long
distance carrier that sleeps with another long distance carrier of the same
sex?) through this company overlooked opinions, which had low rates, gave a
portion of their monies to different activist groups and charities (not all
gay related, but many with a gay-les or hiv/aids focus), but it additionally
functioned as a census-taking group as well, and in a time when there is some
debate about how many people in this country harbor and might even act on
same-sex desire (10%? 2%) it is an important issue and not one that has been
addressed by a particularly gay-friendly or frankly fair service in the last
50 years or so.  in a supposedly democratic society it shouldn't matter, but
some people (even legislators coming to a town near you) think a democracy
means majority rule--so it's obvious that acting on two fronts (okay, more
than 2) is important: voting in representatives who remember that the
population is comprised of more than one group (even though that group
doesn't *really* exist anyway, but that's another story) and that all
segments of the population no matter how they are defined, or define
themselves, should be respected and treated fairly <--- that was one.
another way  we might make a difference is by participating in the kind of
census/survey that overlooked opinions is offering as a way of counting
queers in this country.  they have a toll-free number you can call and all
you need is 10-minutes and a touchtone phone--you can call it 24 hrs a day
because it's all done via an interactive recording (press one, press two,
press any key).  the questions cover discrimination, hiv/aids, relationships,
consumer behavior, household demographics, reading habits, etc.  i don't
think this is the best way to enact a census, and i had problems with some of
the questions and the wording, but it's a nice start.  check it out, one of
the questions asks you to describe your own sexual orientation and one of the
possible answers is "straight" (other possible answers are "gay" or
"homosexual," which i thought was interesting), so the census is also
counting the gay-les-bi friendly as well: i.e. you don't have to be gay or
even bi to participate, but nobody's perfect.

anyway, i thought it was fun, and even if you think these kinds of things are
stupid, check it out--it's a free fucking call.  oh, yeah, and feel free to
bounce this note to anyone you like, or just pass the number on verbally.

1-800-429-8642

later,

steev

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subject:      hell unfroze

well, we've done the
if-they-cover-them-i-will-drown-myself-in-hot-carmel-enemas songs, and the
i-think-it-would-be-really-cool-if-they-would-cover-these songs. so im gonna
ad a song to the latter list.  i personally would like to hear ig cover
"american pie" wadda u think? i think that could work...

is it true they did "stairway to heaven"? if so, does anyone have a
recording of this? i would like to hear this...

tiff

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subject:      hell cover and nff

        i mentioned the hell covers to my friend, ellen. she immediately
thought of, "you light up my life".  aagghh!  that has to be the worst one
after "mandy".   (how 'bout hummin' that one rick?  can you put those
abbreviated words back to back?)
        nff is coming up.  besides me, and my low back chair so i don't
block anyone's view, who else is going?  e-me.
        overcoming my incredible shyness one last time in an effort to reach
out. (ellen and i took this emotional iq test, off niki's psychological web
page, she ranks 140 as a freud, i ranked 65, emotionally disabled; just 30
points away from neanderthal - go figure) and rick, shush!

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

karen

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subject:      i swore i wouldn't do this...

...but i lied! here is the official list of songs carrie wishes indigo girls
would cover:

"fall on me" by rem
"kill the messenger" by shawn colvin
"untouchable face" (amy-style) and "done wrong" (emily-style) by ani difranco
"the edge", "mexico a go-go", and "california" (with neat harmony) by
michelle malone
"silent all these years" (emily) and "past the mission" (both) by tori amos
"emily's rainbow" (but that would be kinda "self-congratulatory", wouldn't
it?;) and
"unheard voices" by gerard mchugh
"money for nothing" by dire straits
"get to dance", "love me anyway" (amy) and "rise" by radar rose (if you
haven't heard these guys yet, get their cd from rainy day!  it's great!)

okay, i'm finished now. =) sorry if any of these were repeats were repeats...

peace, love, and bandwagons,
ponygirl

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subject:      re: [fwd: the farmer's new rooster]

hmm...i don't know any gay roosters, but i *did* once know a gay horse (shut
up,
saramoeba!).  sadly, he is no longer with us.

peace, love, and sunny days,
ponygirl

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subject:      tape tree for pride boot request

i missed the first post so could someone please repost the tape tree for
this year's pride (in atlanta) show?  thank you so much.  much to my
dismay, i missed the show and this is the next best thing...

take care,

elizabeth

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in a message dated 96-07-30 23:24:20 edt, lynn@texas.net (karen robinson)
writes:

<<nff is coming up.  besides me, and my low back chair so i don't
block anyone's view, who else is going?  e-me.>>

:) heya karen if i can only make my millions before the festival, i'll be
there!! what would the festival be like without me stepping on everyone's
toes?

<< ellen. she immediately
thought of, "you light up my life".  aagghh!  that has to be the worst one
after "mandy".   (how 'bout hummin' that one rick?  can you put those
abbreviated words back to back?) >>

oh no..........it's happening.......another barry manillow flashback....


at the copa


no...           must ..... resist.............
       copa cabana.....


rick
(writes all the songs that make the young girls sigh)


              *you're gay, you're single... it isn't pretty*

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i love the current thread, but *alas* i won't contribute to it...way too
many songs that should never be covered by the girls. for the longest
time i have wanted to hear a&e cover "signs." most recently that song was
covered by tesla, but i think it is a dylan tune. anyway, the song is
right up their alley, and i think it'd sound great! have they ever done
"signs?" does anyone know? back to work i go!!!
      onna

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subject:      re: hell freezes over again

in a message dated 96-07-30 19:36:00 edt, tiff writes:

>9. abc 123-jackson five(right??)

"you guys" (pacific northwesterner for "y'all") might find this amusing...

when jcsar was released a&e appeared on the late great
music show soundfx (i shall never forgive fx for taking it off the air :(
and it was revealed that emily was a pretty big jackson five fan
in her youth...apparently had posters up in her room and wore polyester
bell bottom pant suits a 'la the 5 jacksons....sooo...it could happen :)

also.. rap music seems to be low in popularity among listers, so it is
with much glee that i point out that in the very same t.v. show emily
said that she was a big fan of queen latifah (as am i :). this, however
does not mean that a & e would be very good rappers themselves.....
but wait........(as my eyes open in suprise)....i can almost picture it.....
....yes....it can work !!!!!

peace party in the house !!!!

u.n.i.t.y. !!!!!!!

queen binkifah

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date:         wed, 31 jul 1996 00:50:40 -0700
reply-to:     raymond kasten <yar@ix.netcom.com>
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from:         raymond kasten <yar@ix.netcom.com>
subject:      desperate cry.... help:)

hello all...
    i am on a desperate search to find copies of the indigo girls
independent releases... i am trying to make a gift for my friend before
she leaves for college and would greatly appreciate those who would be
willing to copy these for me... i am willing to send blank tapes and
return postage and all for copies of the following...

blue food
color me grey
tuesday's children
indigo girls ep
strange fire (the original one)

and anything else if i missed any...
i would be eternally greatful...
please e-mail me asap...
thanks in advance...
-ray

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date:         wed, 31 jul 1996 10:31:09 edt
reply-to:     "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
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from:         "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
subject:      two items : scrapbook and ksca tape

hi y'all. shame on those who have written asking for my recipe for a hot
caramel enema....it's a secret family recipe!

first: the scrapbook. remember like 20 months ago when i got on this list and
asked people to do a scrapbook page for my ill-fated trip to the nojf? well,
here i go again....i know it's probably a crapshoot but, why don't you all whip
out your crayons and glitter and such and do a page for the scrapbook, anything
you want, and i'll take it to newport and/or hampton beach with me (surely
between the two places i'll find some way to get it to the girls)

if you wanna do a page, get it to me by
august 8th. email me for my address.

in other news....would those who want to volunteer copies of their ksca cd
please email me again? i'm a gunna set up a tree now that it is sold out for
sure. thx

happy wednesday and hot caramel,
susan

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reply-to:     sunny <sun@swcp.com>
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subject:      bootleg trading homepage

hey y'all,

   i am proud to announce that i now have a homepage (thanks to my computer
genius girlfriend).  it can be found at:

        http://www.swcp.com/~sun

    "why should i care?" you ask.  well, it is a listing of all my bootlegs.
if you see something you'd like, drop me a line and we'll work out a trade.
warning: this page was designed for netscape 2.0   if you are not currently
using the latest version of netscape you cannot see the cool computer
animation my girlfriend did for the "trading bee" and my motorcycle.  the
pictures will be there, but they wont move across the page like they're
supposed to.  (you can download the 2.0 version of netscape for free off
the net).
     second, i will be going to the las cruces, santa fe, and mesa shows
and i will be wearing my list shirt to all the concerts.  i hope y'all will
come up to the front of the line and say "hi".  i'm gonna have one smelly
shirt by the end of this escapade--three days in a row!  and i am hoping to
get boots of all three shows which will be added to my page and offered for
trade.


                        --sunny,
   wondering if they sell gummy cockroaches  :p

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subject:      bye for now

hi all,

i'm signing off for about a week while i change jobs! sean and seffy - give
either myself or mairead a call when you get into town. good luck
everyone, talk to you soon.

bernie
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from:         helene burningham <h.burningham@ulst.ac.uk>
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subject:      see ya for a while nigc

hi guys...well, i'm away off to edinburgh tomorrow, so i'll be off
the list for 3 weeks..sob...don't miss me too much ;)
dar williams tomorrow night in glasgow...yippee...and a bloke called
ron sexsmith is playing aswell, hope he's good...anyone heard of him?

ok...better go

talk to y'all later
love helene

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

helene burningham <h.burningham@ulst.ac.uk>
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department of environmental studies
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date:         wed, 31 jul 1996 12:18:47 edt
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from:         kirsten chevalier <kirsten@spike.wellesley.edu>
subject:      re: gay census
x-to:         lsteveny@aol.com
in-reply-to:  <1.5.4.16.19960731004446.19a73456@oregon.uoregon.edu>; from "by
              way of regina shelley <lsteveny@aol.com>" at jul 30, 96 5:44 pm

>
> anyway, i thought it was fun, and even if you think these kinds of things are
> stupid, check it out--it's a free fucking call.  oh, yeah, and feel free to
> bounce this note to anyone you like, or just pass the number on verbally.
>
> 1-800-429-8642
>
a free fucking call?
sure that's not 1-*900*-429-8642? ;-)
on a serious note, though, the data gleaned from surveys like this one has
been used by religious-right types to discredit the gay rights movement...
for example, "if gays and lesbians have an average income of <a number higher
than the average, which i have forgotten>, then how can they be an oppressed
group?". of course, it's a ridiculous question, because such surveys are
totally unscientific (but then, who said the religious right was scientific?)
.
kirsten

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from:         kirsten chevalier <kirsten@spike.wellesley.edu>
subject:      re: cover me grey, part 2
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              from "queen minerva" at jul 30, 96 6:46 pm

>
> what compilation or boot is "love the one you're with" on? i have good camp
> memories of this song.
>
decatur square '88 and possib ly others. i've been wondering myself -- did
emily write this song, or is it a cover?
kirsten


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date:         wed, 31 jul 1996 12:44:20 -0400
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from:         jude shabry <jude@netspace.org>
subject:      heaven or hell?

if ig covered this one, it would either be really really really
horrible, or really really really fun...  could be both, i guess.. :)

"to all the girls i've loved before"

:) :) :) :) :)

    -jude

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date:         wed, 31 jul 1996 11:58:31 -0500
reply-to:     dan perkins <dperkins@coa1.ci.austin.tx.us>
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from:         dan perkins <dperkins@coa1.ci.austin.tx.us>
subject:      fw: listees original music

jean,

actually i started a project like this about 4 or 5 months ago... =
however, i , being the king of procrastination, have not yet finished =
the project.

what i was doing was asking folks to submit about 10 - 15 minutes of =
original material to me. i am going to compile all submitted material =
onto one or two 90 minute tapes and then make copies and send 'em  out =
to all the participants.

so, far i have only received about 6 or 7 tapes. the procrastination =
comes in  on my part, i haven't recorded my songs yet.... hopefully next =
weekend (aug 10)....

please, if anyone, else is interested in participating, contact me and i =
will give you details.

peace,

dan


ok, i've come up w/ an idea. i don't know if it's been done yet but i'm =
sure
you'll let me know. i am sure that there are a lot of musicians/writers =
on
this list. i know that there was a tape made of listees doing ig songs, =
but i
thought it would be cool to make a "greatest hits" tape of listees =
original
songs.all listees w/ original songs could mail me what they consider =
their
best song & i'd make a compilation tape.i think it would be real =
interesting
to hear our fellow ig fans' original songs.any one interested please =
e-mail
me & i'll see if i can make this happen.
thanks for reading,
please give me feedback on this idea
jean

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date:         wed, 31 jul 1996 13:26:12 est
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from:         "paul j. sgroi" <paul_j._sgroi_at_01cld__lkst@ccmail.c-tec.com>
subject:      cold as ice...

     ah! cold as ice -- what a song!!!
     -nuf said
     -----------------------------------------------hippie dream

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subject:      re: hell freezes over

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from:   annemarie farrell[smtp:debatediva@gnn.com]
sent:   monday, july 29, 1996 2:59 pm
to:     multiple recipients of list indigo-girls
subject:        re: hell freezes over

here's my addition to the discussion. . .
songs they should stay away from:

                -"play that funky music white boy" by ??????


play that funky music whit boy was by a band called wild cherry.

smiles :)
annemarie


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subject:      re: heaven or hell?

i must admit - - - this has got to be the winner.  great jude.  great!

- jen hall
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original text
from jude shabry <jude@netspace.org>, on 7/31/96 12:44 pm:
to: <indigo-girls@netspace.org>

if ig covered this one, it would either be really really really
horrible, or really really really fun...  could be both, i guess.. :)

"to all the girls i've loved before"

:) :) :) :) :)

    -jude

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subject:      re: cover me grey, part 2
x-to:         kirsten@spike.wellesley.edu

in a message dated 96-07-31 12:32:04 edt, kirsten writes:
>"love the one you're with"
>decatur square '88 and possib ly others. i've been wondering myself -- did
>emily write this song, or is it a cover?
>kirsten

oh kirsten...you young whippersnapper you !
i believe that song was written by steven stills back in the old
woodstock days. i also believe it was a hit single by the isley brothers.
but i'm pretty sure stills wrote it...how do i know ????

i'm really, really old ;)

peaceout !

claire

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subject:      when hell freezes over...

after careful consideration and some terribly frightening trips down memory
lane, i've come to the conclusion that a hot caramel enema would indeed be
much more preferable than having to listen to a and e croon:

"i've never been to me,"  by charlene.

yes, the absolute worst song ever! (i hope someone agrees with me here.)

uh, i hope this child of the 70s isn't dating herself here (because no one
else will ;) ).

needing more coffee,
bon

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from:         ruth frobe <ruthless11@aol.com>
subject:      re: a different frozen flavor

the songs ig could and could never do certainly has been great...now let's
talk tv...i would love to see them as guests on the rosie o'donnell show...or
what about guests on friends as pals of the lesbian parents?  i realize this
topic has less potential than the last, but it seems we were running out of
potential song re-do's!!  anyone in on this one?

-ruth

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from:         ms donna m schwartz <zkaa76a@prodigy.com>
subject:      olympics, possible ig concert

hi y'all,

i just got back from a long trip to atlanta for the olympics and had
an awesome time.  the games are going great so far, save for the
idiot that bombed centennial park.  a lot of stuff was going on
musically too.  i saw michelle malone at eddies attic - shye was
great.  i though i taped the show but i forgot to shut the speakers
off my recorder.  i did see and tape wendy bucklew.  she is truly
talented.
i also got a chance to check out all the gay stores (outwrite, charis,
brushstrokes) and visit the g & l visitor's center.  it was
interesting to see atlanta's g & l history pre - 40's to the present.
it actually is very similar to ny, which surprised me.  anyway,
atlanta is a hot town, and y'all should check it out sometime.

most important - ig may be performing at the closing ceremonies in
decatur square on aug 4 in the evening (probably after 8 pm).  there
will be a whole lineup of folks that day.  this is part of decatur's
focus on festival.  i wish i can go but i couldn't afford to stay any
longer.  decatur square is right in the heart of decatur and right
outside of the marta (train) station in decatur.  i think the show is
free.

hope some people can make the show and possibly tape it.

take care,

donna

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from:         "keates, harry" <hak@crai.com>
organization: charles river associates
subject:      emotional iq
in-reply-to:  <c5fa6c37011c0e00>

karen wrote:
>        overcoming my incredible shyness one last time in an effort to
reach
>out. (ellen and i took this emotional iq test, off niki's psychological
web
>page, she ranks 140 as a freud, i ranked 65, emotionally disabled; just
30
>points away from neanderthal - go figure) and rick, shush!

hey, i took that test too,  and i also scored as emotionally disabled!

it must be something wrong with the test.  it can't possibly be that
there is something wrong with us!    : )

either that, or, maybe we found the link that brings us ig fans togeather
- we're all emotionally disabled!  ok, we already knew that.  : )  has
anyone else tried this yet?   how did you score?    it's at
http://www.stud.unit.no/~nsaa/iq.html.

  harry a. keates
  email: hak@crai.com

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from:         sharon jennings <rcxsj@unix.ccc.nottingham.ac.uk>
subject:      honor the earth website

try pointing your browsers at :
http://www.honorearth.com/

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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from:         paula laine <plaine@seaccd.sccd.ctc.edu>
subject:      ep questions

hoping someone can answer these questions...

i was playing my copy of ep and more to a friend of mine who is a musician
and he had a couple of questions i couldn't answer. i checked the
discography and see that it was recorded 11/86, but was it recorded in an
atlanta studio or someones basement or where? also is there a producer
listed or did they do it themselves?

any additional info is also welcomed.

thanks bunches!!!

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subject:      luv the 1 yer with

queen binkifah is right...stephen stills wrote "love the one you're with."
i don't recall just when the song came out, but i suspect i was but a tot when
it did, so it's not like i was jamming to it in my crib or anything...i just
happen to really dig good classic rock!

joan :-p

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subject:      re: emotional iq

at 04:58 pm 7/31/96 -0400, harry ( commenting on
karen's post )wrote:

>hey, i took that test too,  and i also scored as emotionally disabled!
>
>it must be something wrong with the test.  it can't possibly be that
>there is something wrong with us!    : )
>
there *is* something wrong with the test!!!
i took it and i only scored an "average"... choke!!!!!
i've never been average in my life!!! i *hate* being average!!!!! i strive
towards non-average and abnormal... this_can't_ be_happening_to me!!!!
that's it... i'm going on an empathetic, co-dependant, fixer, earth-mother,
in-tune-with-all, binge!!! i love you... i love you *all*!!!!!!
( how'm i doing for non-average + over the top emotion here?? )
peace + extra empathy... kim
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subject:      [fwd: deadly new virus]
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              delta9@batelco.com.bh, joven@ix.netcom.com, foxyroxx@adnc.com,
              nervousnet@novia.net, iceman@adnc.com, abraxus@worldnet.att.net,
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thought you all should know about this.

chris payne owen4@adnc.com
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       "im looking for someone who can take as much as i give...
            ...and to give as much as i need."

                                   ig

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>
> hi gang,
> i just received a new and deadly virus report and though you may be interested
> in seeing it.
>
> quote - there is a computer virus that is being sent across the internet. if
> you receive an email message with the subject line "good times", do not read
> the message, delete it immediately. please read the messages below. someone is
> sending email under the title "good times" nationwide, if you get anything like
> this, don't down load the file! it has a virus that rewrites you hard drive,
> obliterating anything on it.
>
> the fcc released a warning last wednesday concerning a matter of major
> importance to any regular user of the internet. apparently a new computer virus
> has been engineered by a user of american on line that is unparalleled in its
> destructive capability. other more well-known viruses such as "stoned",
> "airwolf" and "michaelangelo" pale in comparison to the prospects of this
> newest creation by a warped mentality. what makes this virus so terrifying,
> said the fcc, is the fact that no program needs to be exchanged for a new
> computer to be infected. it can be spread through the existing email systems of
> the internet.
>
> once a computer is infected one of several things can happen. it the computer
> contains a hard drive, that will most likely be destroyed. if the program is
> not stopped, the computer's processor will be placed in an nth-complexity
> infinite binary loop - which can severely dames the processor if left running
> that way too long.
>
> unfortunately, most novice computer users will not realize what is happening
> until it is far to late. luckily, there is one sure means of detecting what is
> now knows as the "good times". avoiding infection is easy once the file has
> been received simply by not reading it!. the act of loading the file into the
> mail server's ascii buffer causes the "good times" mainline program to
> initialize and execute.
>
> the program is highly intelligent - it will send copies of itself to everyone
> whose email address is contained in a receive-mail file of a sent-mail file, if
> it can find one. it will then proceed to trash the computer it is running on.
> end-quote.
>
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date:         wed, 31 jul 1996 22:04:00 +2000
reply-to:     kellie deis <kdeis@kent.edu>
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from:         kellie deis <kdeis@kent.edu>
subject:      ig at waffle house

hi all!
        well, i know that waffle houses are only in the east and south
part of the us, but i thought it was significant enough to mention. if
you don't know what waffle house is, it is a very small, yellow and
black building that is open 24/7/365 and has the *best* waffles on
the planet. amyray, i was there the other night (enjoying a superb
waffle) when i was in the mood for some tunes. (every waffle house has
a jukebox, complete with their own songs about waffle house, like the
waffle do-wop and why would you eat your grits anyplace else? ans
*many* more) right there next to the awesome waffle house tunes was
least complicated and closer to fine!!! now some might be offended by
this, i however, was extatic. so if there is a waffle house near you,
run over, enjoy a waffle, and after the waffle do-wop, enjoy some
ig!!!

        kel (the lifeguard who backboarded and saved a boy at work
today =)!
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cast... (indigo girls)

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the good times virus is bullshit it is a hoax that has been going around
for years it doenst exist

on wed, 31 jul 1996, christopher d. payne wrote:

> thought you all should know about this.
>
> chris payne owen4@adnc.com
> --
>
>        "im looking for someone who can take as much as i give...
>             ...and to give as much as i need."
>
>                                    ig
>

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date:         wed, 31 jul 1996 20:37:52 -0700
reply-to:     gwen keyt <gkeyt@paul.spu.edu>
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from:         gwen keyt <gkeyt@paul.spu.edu>
subject:      attention songwriters!

hey all.  i wonder if y'all would be willing to help me out.  ya see, i'm
sorta trying to write a song (well, many songs, which has caused my
problem) for my special someone on our wedding day.  the trouble is i am
running into a little bit of writer's block, and so i was wondering if
some of you creative types could send me a first line to get my creative
juices flowing.  i just want some stuff to work with that hasn't already
been made into an entire song by someone else, and something i can make
into a song for our wedding.  any thoughts?  please help, i know all of
you in ig-land are super creative and musical and all that stuff.  and
please don't gag at the utter cheese factor of this whole idea!  i just
think it would be a nice surprise for my guy on our day.

thanks bunches and kisses to you all (extra ones for kim, who's being
extra emotional today)!  :)
--gwen

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******gwen keyt******
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mark anthony donajkowski wrote:
>
> the good times virus is bullshit it is a hoax that has been going around
> for years it doenst exist


yeah, i heard about that after i sent that. i am sincerely sorry for
posting that to the list. i thought i was tryin' to help.

chris payne owen4@adnc.com
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       "im looking for someone who can take as much as i give...
            ...and to give as much as i need."

                                   ig

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