lifeblood: listlogs: 1996-08b


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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 00:02:18 -0400
reply-to:     cdsjff@aol.com
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         cdsjff@aol.com
subject:      question about nh (nigc)

i have a question for anyone who knows the hampton beach area and i'm sorry
to have to post this to the list.  can anyone please tell me what kind of an
area this venue is in -- we may have to bring our dog to the this show and
leave him in the car at showtime and i needed to know how safe an area it is.
i really appreciate anyone's help with this.

thanks

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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 00:25:19 gmt
reply-to:     patricia hite <phite@cybergate.net>
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from:         patricia hite <phite@cybergate.net>
subject:      the station(nigc, but worth reading)

dear listies-
here is an interesting story that i just read. it sorta makes you think
about life and stuff. hope you like it! -- rob

                                the station

        tucked away in our subconscious is an idyllic vision.  we see
ourselves on a long trip that spans the continent.  we are travelling by
train.  out the windows, we drink in the passing scene of cars on nearby
highways, of children waving at a crossing, of cattle grazing on a distant
hillside, of smoke pouring from a power plant, of row upon row of corn and
wheat, of flatlands and valleys, of mountains and rolling hillsides, of city
skylines and village halls.
        but uppermost in our minds is the final destination. on a certain
day at a certain hour, we will pull into the station.  bands will be playing
and flags waving.  once we get there, so many wonderful dreams will come
true and the pieces of our lives will fit together like a completed jigsaw
puzzle.  how restlessly we pace the aisles, damning the minutes for
loitering--waiting, waiting, waiting for the station.
        "when we reach the station that will be it!" we cry.  "when i'm 18."
"when i buy a new 450sl mercedes benz!"  "when i put the last kid through
college."  "when i have paid off the mortgage!"  "when i get a promotion."
"when i reach the age of retirement, i shall live happily ever after!"
        sooner or later, we must realize there is no station, no one place
to arrive at once and for all.  the true joy of life is the trip.  the
station is only a dream.  it constantly out-distances us.
        "relish the moment" is a good motto, especially when coupled with
psalm 118:24: "this is the day the lord hath made; we will rejoice and be
glad in it."  it isn't the burdens of today that drive men mad.  it is the
regrets over yesterday and the fear of tomorrow.  regret and fear are the
twin theives who rob us of today.
        so stop pacing the aisles and counting the miles.  instead, climb
more mountains, eat more ice cream, go barefoot more often, swim more
rivers, watch more sunsets, laugh more, cry less.  life must be lived as we
go along. the station will come soon enough.

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date:         tue, 6 aug 1996 21:16:08 -0700
reply-to:     jones <jdjones@earthlink.net>
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from:         jones <jdjones@earthlink.net>
subject:      a little news from mom

just wanted to let you all know that sarah is at least well. the boy that
was with her brother called a mutual friend to let her know that they were
all ok. that's all i have for now.

hugs,
deb

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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 01:24:33 -0400
reply-to:     atlmouse@aol.com
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from:         atlmouse@aol.com
subject:      so called "live" coverage of olympics...(nigc)

i had the wonderful privilege of going to the opening rounds of men's
gymnastics on saturday july 20 at 9:15 am.
and i was lucky enough to get home by 3 pm and watch it live on n.b.c.!!!!!
~~robin

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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 02:48:58 -0400
reply-to:     mark anthony donajkowski <madonajk@alpha.delta.edu>
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from:         mark anthony donajkowski <madonajk@alpha.delta.edu>
subject:      re: nigc-some more silly email questions
x-to:         smurphy@ups.edu
in-reply-to:  <960806183026.39a3b@ups.edu>

on tue, 6 aug 1996 smurphy@ups.edu wrote:

> okay-  sorry to take up bandwidth, but i can't seem to figure some email
> stuff out, and i'm hoping someone will answer my questions
>
> 1) how do you get those nifty little quotes to go at the bottom of your
> messages.  i want one!!!!
> thats called a sig file u make one in pico
> 2)how do you reply directly to the list? i can only seem to reply directly
> to the person who sent the message.
> when it says respond to all recipients chooose yes
> 3)when you do reply, how do you get part of the message of the original
> sender to go into your message?
> it asks u if u want to retaing the original message then u can keep all
the message or only part after it puts it up u can delete stuff just like
im doing to the res of your message hugs anthony van p yre

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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 00:03:45 -0700
reply-to:     aml@scn.org
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from:         ann m labeck <aml@scn.org>
subject:      more bumber-info

hey!  a couple of folks asked for the web address of the site
where i actually found the time for the girls' bumber-show (since
i dragged myself to payless for a schedule, and the only thing
they have lists the groups/days but not the times (and not all
the groups, i might add...).

the address is:

http://www.epn.com/indigo/events.htm-ssi

and here is the info from their page (as usual, without permission)

> who: indigo girls
>
> what: concert
>
> when: saturday august 31, 1996
>        2:00 - 3:30 p.m.
>
> where: seattle, wa
>        memorial stadium


you gotta click the >view< button (at least in the text version)
for each show to get details....)

have fun!

ann, who is deciding which ig shirt to wear to the concert, or maybe
a mary chapin carpenter?


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all is being very wasteful.
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date:         tue, 6 aug 1996 23:52:28 -0800
reply-to:     bonster@alaska.net
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from:         bonster@alaska.net
subject:      wanted:newport 94 show

i'm looking to trade for a clear copy of the  8/7/94 newport show that
includes "dog dreams" (the story).

please email me privately at bonster@alaska.net and i'll send you my boot list.

i also am open to  general trades. hey, maybe if i'm really lucky, someone
will send me a copy of "i've never been to me"!   ;)

never been undressed by a king,
bon

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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 07:26:00 edt
reply-to:     "krisko, amy" <kriska@emdpos4b.daytonoh.ncr.com>
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from:         "krisko, amy" <kriska@emdpos4b.daytonoh.ncr.com>
subject:      ig free stuff

y'all were talking 'bout that address for the 'zine contest for free stuff;
what was it again?  i have a delete-happy finger.  thanks!

amy

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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 10:23:32 edt
reply-to:     "christopher m. becker" <cmbecker@space.mit.edu>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         "christopher m. becker" <cmbecker@space.mit.edu>
subject:      re: nh tables
x-to:         sarah wardrop <swardrop@sps.edu>
x-cc:         stefanie pryor <stefanie_pryor.monitor@notes.monitor.com>,
              "don a. smith" <dasmith@netspace.org>,
              kristi morgansen <kristi@arcadia.harvard.edu>
in-reply-to:  <v01510101ae2c54d3d37f@[199.95.44.85]>; from "sarah wardrop" at
              aug 5, 96 9:54 pm

sarah wrote me personally, but i thought i'd share what i found out with all:

> hi chris - i know you posted awhile back about reserving tables at the
> hampton so - have you heard anything?  if you have any info about any sort
> of seating arrangement or planned/suggested arrival time could you write
> back?  the whole subject seems to have died out.  anyway, if i don't hear
> from you - have fun!  only a week left!  thanks.


i just got off the phone with the folks at the hampton beach ballroom
[that's (603) 929-4100].

  as we knew the venue is caberet seating.  it is not possible to
reserve a table unless you choose to become a vip member -- that would
be $150 for 2 seats.  often times caberet places will let you reserve
if you are also coming early for dinner -- no such luck this time.
dinner is not being served at all, just drinks and bar food.

  this begs the question, if its general admission -- what time do i
rush the stage?  doors open at 7pm, the show starts at 9pm.  now i
don't know if that means the opening (and rumor has it that is michele
malone *bounce*) starts at 9, or the girls do (probably the former).
the person i talked to seems to think the show will be over ~midnight.

  a hampton beach vetran once mentioned that it could be fun to hang
on the beach for a while in the afternoon, then work our way over to
the show. especially if folks are coming up as part of their newport
trip --- makes a nice capper to a vacation, don'tcha think.  i may be
able to do that if i can convince one of the folks in my group (are you
listening stef?) to only work a half day on monday....  i'll bring a
frisbee, who's got the volleyball?

                                -- chris


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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 11:13:04 edt
reply-to:     "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
subject:      headcount part 1 -nff

hidy ho big buddies in list land! if you:
a) couldn't give a shit else will be at the nff
b) aren't going, can't go, and totally resent anyone who is or
c) overwhelmed already by the number/amount/hugeness of lists in your life,
please hit "delete" now. otherwise, read on.....

here's whose going (important info at the end, so scroll down if you must):

chris imershein, rena, sarah wardrop and her sister, sheri and her "ol man",
eric, karen robinson, sharon parker, karen vittek, trant batey, margaret
clayton, deb o'donoghue and jean and another pal, sharon jennings (o goddess of
the backstage pass, we bow down to you!), kate, bertin lefkovic, elizabeth,
lorinda wright, yen, phil norman, i-girl, dwayne jarrell, deb reiser, greg
flamer, howdy barlow, wendy palmquist, and....oh yeah, me and susan
hetherington, and chris becker and some of his pals....

all told, that's about 35 of us and other so's and friends. i know there are
more going who just didn't contact me or put it in a "cryptic posting" to the
list!!!

anyhoo, here's my thoughts on meeting up to do this big race for the gate on
sunday. anyone who is interested in doing this, there will be a sign up in the
bw lobby for a meeting on saturday at some point, or else a point of departure
meeting at the butt-crack of dawn on sunday. i am volunteering to do the sign
thingy once i get to newport and get a better feel for the bw and how we are
set up in there... having never been there, it's hard to suggest a  meeting
place. seems like if we can, we should actually meet at the fest on saturday,
maybe between sets (if there is time) in a fairly easy to find area like the
aforementioned portapotties (ewwww, groty!). at any rate, i'll throw up some
signage when we get to newport friday night and then we'll figure it out from
there.

confusing? probally (as we say in indiana), but we'll get it together. even if
you feel like a goober, wear your shirt so you can be spotted! maybe some of
y'all are shy about saying "hey you! ig list person!!!" but this gal ain't :)

kay that's all for now. see ya at newport!

susan :)

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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 11:20:45 -0400
reply-to:     michael reynolds <asl@umcs.maine.edu>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         michael reynolds <asl@umcs.maine.edu>
subject:      re: nh plans....
x-to:         cmbecker@space.mit.edu
in-reply-to:  <199608071423.kaa00732@netspace.org> from "christopher m. becker"
              at aug 7, 96 10:23:32 am

i like the idea of hanging out on the beach, but right now i feel like a bit
of a moron.
    i called russell carter's office this morning, i have met amy and emily
a few times and amy told me (more than once) if i ever wanted to get on the
guest list to simply call -- she would remember. i almost got up the courage
for great woods but the friend i was supposed to go with was in a nearly
life ending car crash (her sister did die) and was unable to talk. i felt
lousy for going ,let alone trying to meeyt them.  i never called. then i saw
them in portland in dec. '94, talked to scooter (the lighting guy and jimmy
who said to ask after show -- met up with long lost friends, stopped by a
bar after the show and didnt really feel the need to bother them, altho amy
did see me in the crowd, was playing solos right at me...smiling, the works.
she even remembered the show when i saw her in dartmorth. i did not want to
make a big deal about trying to meet them, though dartmorth was waaay
relaxed (they actually were on the side of the stage before they went on and
amy and i talked) emily was really bummed when security asked me to stop
dancing during "power of two" and after the show, amy gave me a big hug,
told me to have a safe trip home and "call if i want to get on a guest list"
    now, to me, calling takes all the fun out of it. i like the bit of
fandom and worship that goes along with hanging out by the buses. you really
meet cool people there. you meet record execs in backstage areas. but i am
bringing a friend who is a theater professional (he hung out with dylan for
two days and thought nothing of it.) i know he hates the groupie attitude so
i did call.
     how do you explain to a secretary who "mike from maine who likes to
dance and they did ghost for his best friend @ the unh show and snuck into a
soundcheck at bates college" is? i doubt amy would remember my last name if
i bet a million dollars on it. but i do know she would recognize my face at
a club or something...does this make any sense, i am not trying to say i am
"close personal friends" but like a fan who would like to show amy and emily
some poetry, since he has met them before. heaven forbid if i could ask amy
or emily "since i'm going to atlanta on thursday, what is one place i should
visit?"
    i also do have relationships with other celebs, whether they are on the
same platitude as the ig, depends on which population you ask.  no one
probably cares that i can call a dateline correspondent and he'll talk and
his book changed my life so i wrote about him big time in my thesis, but i
know when i went to my camp for people with disabilities, it was like "wow
you know john hockenberry? he is like really awesome..." i also know bruce
hornsby, and i introduced him to a major deadhead friend of mine. it was
wierd that he thought it was such a major deal, i mean bruce is cool enough
to have passes waiting for me at shows and we can talk after the gig. i
think of him as a friend but also as a god of the piano. it intregues me how
i can be so relaxed about certain celebs and like be a drooling neurotic
(ok, i'm always a drroling neurotic, i have a mild case of cerebral palsy,
but trying to use the metaphor anyway) when meeting others. i certainly have
met my fair share for one reason or another.
if i sound like a pompous jerk who needs to throw the names of celebs
around, i am not trying to be. i will say that i am a guy who is panicking
about calling russell and just needed some place to vent as i am having a
really nervous day and i am trying to write a literature review due friday
for my practicum.
sorry this didn't have muuch to do with hampton beach...
"i stood w/o clothes , and danced in the sand...." - a possible listee group
activity 8^)

mike r.

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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 11:20:08 -0500
reply-to:     kewl kay <stu_kaswenne@jmu.edu>
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from:         kewl kay <stu_kaswenne@jmu.edu>
subject:      boots

hey all you concert go-ers,

are any of you planning on making a boot tape of the show? i am one of the
unfortunate ones who can't make it to any of the dates.....

:(

thanks
peace
-kay

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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 08:46:53 -0700
reply-to:     saybay@castles.com
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from:         say bay <saybay@castles.com>
subject:      newbie

greetings:

just signed on yesterday...could someone let me know about any ig concerts
that may be happening in the san francisco area please?  thanks!

saybay...

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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 09:15:40 pst
reply-to:     sarah scilley <sarah_scilley@ccmail.uoregon.edu>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         sarah scilley <sarah_scilley@ccmail.uoregon.edu>
subject:      bumbershoot schedule conflicts

i've been periodically checking web sites for an actual schedule for
bumbershoot, but haven't had a lot of luck finding an actual schedule.  i'll
keep checking in, but in the meantime, maybe we can coordinate some sort of
effort to go see other shows in shifts or something.

how many people on are going to bumbershoot?

i'd hate to miss an entire day of the festivities waiting in line, but i also
want to see the girls (especially since they're trying out new material)!  is
there a way we can meet and hold a spot in line with a reasonably sized group?
some of us could check out the daemon showcase while other hold their spots.
after the alloted time, we could trade and let others check out the other shows
at bumbershoot.

i wonder what amy and emily think of this?  amy's hosting the daemon showcase
at the wild stage and i would guess that emily will want to be there to support
her friends.  i'm guessing they would be uncomfortable with people not going to
see the daemon artists because they were waiting in line for an indigo girls
show or missing the ig show because they're really interested in the
opportunity to see michelle mallone and other daemon artists.

of course, this may all be a mute point if the daemon stuff is after the ig
concert!  if the girls are really playing at 2:00 (i think someone mentioned
that) than it's very possible that we can all run over to the wild stage
afterwards.

let me know what you think.

sarah
sarah_scilley@ccmail.uoregon.edu

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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 12:09:08 -0400
reply-to:     water <water@mindspring.com>
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from:         water <water@mindspring.com>
subject:      wendy bucklew's birthday party
x-to:         atlartists@monsterbit.com

hey all-- perry at rdr just told me this::

wendy bucklew will be having a *birthday party*

when: 10 august, 11.pm

where: the mill (10th and monroe, atlanta)

who: wendy will play, w/ various musical guests

cover: **none**

damn! i wish i could be there!

take care,
brooke


"...pegasus will be your friend if you only take her reins and pretend.."
-melanie hammet
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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 09:29:50 -0700
reply-to:     carolyn chow <egg@u.washington.edu>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         carolyn chow <egg@u.washington.edu>
subject:      re: concert question-nigc
x-to:         seaphish@aol.com
in-reply-to:  <960806220727_173392550@emout13.mail.aol.com>

on tue, 6 aug 1996 seaphish@aol.com wrote:

> in a message dated 96-08-06 21:09:33 edt, slugger@prolog.net (tiffany)
> writes:
>
> >does anyone know if the h.o.r.d.e tour is coming in the
> >allentown-philadelphia region of pa? or anywhere close? i wouldnt mind
> >seeing dmb or bt... sorry if this has been posted already...
> >thanks
>
> i'm seeing the horde at the blockbuster entertainment center in camden, on
> 8/24, which is right across the river from the phila. area.  don't get too
> excited though- dmb is joining the horde tour *after* the camden show.  so is
> natalie merchant.  i would have sold my tickets already, except for the fact
> that i have been a blues traveler fan since their first album and am dying to
> see them perform.


horde was just in george, wa this past sunday and dmb was there.  so was
lenny kravitz and rusted root and of course, blues traveler headlining.

dmb was really great, but blues traveler was kind of weak.  before they
even finished their set, more than half of the amphitheatre had already
cleared out.  hmmm.

anyway, i don't know if dmb was on the tour and going off and then
rejoining after camden. that doesn't sound likely.  but, they were
definitely here on sunday.  so who knows.  maybe you will get to see them.

hope that helps.

carolyn

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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 14:17:54 -0400
reply-to:     wenny da pooh <tool5600@kutztown.edu>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         wenny da pooh <tool5600@kutztown.edu>
subject:      re: concert question-nigc
x-to:         seaphish@aol.com
in-reply-to:  <960806220727_173392550@emout13.mail.aol.com>

actually dmb has already left the horde tour. i saw them in memphis on
july 18.  they rocked.  blues traveler is for the whole tour though.

on tue, 6 aug 1996 seaphish@aol.com wrote:

> in a message dated 96-08-06 21:09:33 edt, slugger@prolog.net (tiffany)
> writes:
>
> >does anyone know if the h.o.r.d.e tour is coming in the
> >allentown-philadelphia region of pa? or anywhere close? i wouldnt mind
> >seeing dmb or bt... sorry if this has been posted already...
> >thanks
>
> i'm seeing the horde at the blockbuster entertainment center in camden, on
> 8/24, which is right across the river from the phila. area.  don't get too
> excited though- dmb is joining the horde tour *after* the camden show.  so is
> natalie merchant.  i would have sold my tickets already, except for the fact
> that i have been a blues traveler fan since their first album and am dying to
> see them perform.
>
> i think i remember hearing somewhere that the tour is going to be at hershey
> park after that, but i'm not sure.  dmb and nm may be performing in that
> show.
>
> -sheri : )
>
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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 15:27:45 -0400
reply-to:     "shannon l. datwyler" <datwyler.1@postbox.acs.ohio-state.edu>
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subject:      re: bumbershoot schedule conflicts

i'll definitely be at bumbershoot!!  i think it's a good idea to try and
have some people holding places in line while others are out and about.
has anyone tried calling the number listed on the bumbershoot web site for
more info on what time the wild stage showcase is taking place (or any
other shows for that matter)?  i've looked everywhere i can think of and
haven't had any luck either.

anyway, i'd be interested in getting schedule info that anyone might have.
only eight days until i leave here!!

shannon

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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 12:25:18 -0700
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subject:      not a drop of igc: laura love & jo miller shows

hi y'all,
i just spent 2 very enjoyable concerts with elaine, a listy from ca who
smartly wore her list shirt, and who will do anything for fashion ;) .
the first show was on sunday, over on bainbridge island, and jo and laura
sang bluegrass, backed up by ranch romance (even though they're officially
broken up), and also orville johnson.  then laura sang her own stuff, with
"hot-rod, lightnin'-rod, iditarrod cook" who is an awesome guitar player,
and julie wolf, who played, let's see, guitar, accordion, and tongue drum.
oh and, can't forget chis layton, the drummer!  everybody rocked, and we
got lots of pictures.  laura made lots of cracks about how windy it was,
like "did you see 'twister'?  me neither, i was just wondering if this is
how it started" as a tent blew by.
then yesterday we saw laura and "julie the big bad wolf" and rod and
chris again in downtown seattle at the harbor steps, which look right up at the
hammering man (huge black metal sculpture), whom laura kept putting into
her lyrics.  they played 1 song each from julie's and rod's cds, and 4 new
ones, promising a new record soon.  laura's (incredible) voice was back in
top form.  (at the 4th of july show she had been out of breath a lot,
didn't dance as much, didn't hold out her notes, sounded hoarse.)  both
shows were filled with jokes about the olympics.
wish everybody could've been there,
love,
karey

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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 14:41:19 -0700
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subject:      hash

ok please..some kind soul..fill me in..who is in hash..and are there any
cd or (hopefully) boots available???

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subject:      fs: 2 nyc tix
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i've had a potential conflict come up and probably can't easily make it
to nyc for the roseland show on wed. aug 14.

so i have 2 tickets available for cost (note that the show is now sold
out).  if you're going to be at newport or hampton beach i can get them
to you there, otherwise express mail is probably safest.

email me asap if interested.

enjoy!

chris imershein
imer5924@hgc.edu

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subject:      re: hash

yes yes yes! i thought i was the only clueless one... who is hash???

tiff

at 02:41 pm 8/7/96 -0700, you wrote:
>ok please..some kind soul..fill me in..who is in hash..and are there any
>cd or (hopefully) boots available???
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     ------------------------:) h. a. n. d.! (:---------------------------
     hey y'all, come see....       |maybe you squandered big bucks in your
         my web page!!!!           |lifetime, now i have to pay.-emily saliers
   be sure to sign the guestbook!  |this world was meant for me, don't bury
    http://home.ptd.net/~slugger   |me.  carry me.  --amy ray
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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 15:54:54 -0500
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subject:      fw: the station(nigc, but worth reading)

i really liked the parable about life being like being on a train waiting to get to the station.

reminds me of john lennon's line:

"life is what happens, while you are busy making other plans"

--dan

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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 21:39:21 gmt
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subject:      mindspring (nigc- (but don't let that stop you))

hey y'all,

as i'm sure i've bitched about once or twice as yet, (being on the list for
only a week or so, that's pretty good), i'm stuck in the north, away from
all the ig concerts (but one apparantly, which i'm still working on) and
from all the stuff that's outside the tri-state area...  anyhow, the actual
question i was going to ask was:

i noticed alot of y'all are from ga, and are on mindspring...  as some of
you [mindspring people] may know, my isp was acquired by yours...  so i was
wondering whether what i'll be switching to is any good.  basically...
whatever...  drop me a line if the mood takes you,


alec
"so here's how the game goes...  every time scully is examining the
internal organs of a horribly mangled corpse, take a sip of whatever you're
drinking..."
       -the unofficial x-files drinking game
                      -the oracle mailing list
(the full rules for this game are available upon request... if there's
enough interest, i'll post it...  i think it's really funny, so y'all
should check it out...:-)

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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 15:28:00 -0600
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subject:      maxell points/real audio

hey y'all,

  i know there are some serious tradin' people out there who must also
collect the maxell xl ii points.  ya know, you get enough and you could go
to hawaii.
ha ha!!  anyways, i know the old deadline is over.  does anyone know if
they are still honoring them in a new time period?  i must have like 500pts
by now.
    second, my computer genius girlfriend has spent all day trying to
figure out how to hook up the sterio to her computer and 28.8 moden for the
real audio concert broadcast of ig on aug 22.  we're hoping to get it
recorded onto a cassette tape.  looks like she figured it out.  anyone else
out there trying to do this?


                        --sunny,
   who found out today just how much fun fiberglass is to play with!!!

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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 12:03:11 -0700
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from:         kristinacat <andrade@az.com>
subject:      bumbershoot
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hi sarah :) i am going to bs (i live in bellingham, north of seattle). i
have a feeling a lot of ig fans will rush over to the wild stage after the
ig concert. even if they dont know about it beforehand i am sure amy will
mention it at the concert like "y'all come over to the wild stage blah
blah" and people will scramble over there even if they dont know who mm or
any of the daemon artists are (just on the chance amy and emily will join
them on stage, which is a pretty good chance!).

i am willing to bet the daemon showcase will be 1-2+ hours after the ig
show cause amy will want to be there since she is hosting it and she'll
want a little break after the ig concert is over to rest/eat/whatever.
this is just total speculation on my part though, maybe the bs organizers
arent taking the "amy as host" factor into consideration.

oh yeah, freaky happenings of the week: i was in seattle last week on
broadway and ran into some people who went to new orleans for the ig shows
(carolyn and miranda and... oh blush i forget her name.) and the friend i
was with ran into his aunt who he hadn't seen for 5 years (she didnt know
he was in town). :)

kristina

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subject:      nff weather forecast, film ? and hash

greetings to all in the land of indigo!

4 more days til nff!!!!!

the weather channel is calling for mid 70's and isolated storms on sat,
and sunny and 80's on sunday!!!!!!  no rain like last year yeah!!!!!

since this is the projected forecast, i want some advice on the speed and
brand of film i should buy to take pictures with.  last year it was rainy
and cloudy and i used 400 speed which came out great.  should i stick
with it or use 200 speed since it should be sunny?  does it the speed make
a differnce when you are taking pictures up close or far away?  i want to
make sure that i get some great shots again.  thanks for any help on this.

hash is a side project/band that emily and some of her friends are in.  they
do some origional stuff, but mostly cover songs from what i have seen booted
so far.  they played in atlanta in the spring, and at atlanta pride.  they
are really cool and rock!  emily plays electric most of the time, does the
lead vocals and plays mostly rhythm mixed with some solos and leads.  it
is a really different side of emily, she was really rocking and bouncy when
the played, a lot more laid back and groovin' kind of playing then when she
plays as an ig.  i guess the fact that she has to be so focused on the
intircate guitar work of the ig stuff has a lot to do with it, since the
stuff hash plays is pretty fun and loose.  kind of a fun way to keep
jamming while ig were on break.  check a recording out if you can.
i booted the show at atlanta pride on 6-30-96, which contains hash, ig and
viva la diva.  if you missed the post about the tape tree let me know and
i can tell you who to get in touch with to get a copy.

take care and peace!

-deb

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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 18:47:17 -0400
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subject:      re: maxell points/real audio
x-to:         sunny <sun@swcp.com>
in-reply-to:  <v01510103ae2e65c885fb@[198.59.115.142]>

u get it i want a copy of it

on wed, 7 aug 1996, sunny wrote:

> hey y'all,
>
>   i know there are some serious tradin' people out there who must also
> collect the maxell xl ii points.  ya know, you get enough and you could go
> to hawaii.
> ha ha!!  anyways, i know the old deadline is over.  does anyone know if
> they are still honoring them in a new time period?  i must have like 500pts
> by now.
>     second, my computer genius girlfriend has spent all day trying to
> figure out how to hook up the sterio to her computer and 28.8 moden for the
> real audio concert broadcast of ig on aug 22.  we're hoping to get it
> recorded onto a cassette tape.  looks like she figured it out.  anyone else
> out there trying to do this?
>
>
>                         --sunny,
>    who found out today just how much fun fiberglass is to play with!!!
>
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subject:      real audio (fwd)

>>    second, my computer genius girlfriend has spent all day trying to
>>figure out how to hook up the sterio to her computer and 28.8 moden for the
>>real audio concert broadcast of ig on aug 22.  we're hoping to get it
>>recorded onto a cassette tape.  looks like she figured it out.  anyone else
>>out there trying to do this?

what concert is this realaudio broadcast from, and is there an address
for more information?

steve (with modem and stereo ready for taping....)

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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 18:29:21 -0700
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subject:      a ? re: sunny's real audio concert ?

hello all,
i would love to know exactly how to do hook up my computer to my stereo as
well.  let me know when you have it figured out!    i guess my first question
should be-how can listen to this concert?  i really don't get it‹being
somewhat technologically challenged and all!
:)shelley

sunny wrote:
>
> hey y'all,
>
>   i know there are some serious tradin' people out there who must also
> collect the maxell xl ii points.  ya know, you get enough and you could go
> to hawaii.
> ha ha!!  anyways, i know the old deadline is over.  does anyone know if
> they are still honoring them in a new time period?  i must have like 500pts
> by now.
>     second, my computer genius girlfriend has spent all day trying to
> figure out how to hook up the sterio to her computer and 28.8 moden for the
> real audio concert broadcast of ig on aug 22.  we're hoping to get it
> recorded onto a cassette tape.  looks like she figured it out.  anyone else
> out there trying to do this?
>
>                         --sunny,
>    who found out today just how much fun fiberglass is to play with!!!
>
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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 18:33:09 -0700
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subject:      for the most part nigc-looking for support

is there anyone on this list that lives near denver?  i have yet to figure that out!
hope so!  i would love company when (i wish this summer) ig comes to red
rocks!!

:)shelley

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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 21:44:16 -0500
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subject:      sound card setup for taping

shelley,

        most sound cards on pcs have a line-out jack.  the jack itself is a
1/8" miniature stereo plug.  what you will need is a cable to adapt the 1/8"
stereo plug to a pair of rca plugs for the line record inputs of your tape=
deck.

        that said i must admit this is the first i heard of a ra ig concert.
any more info or net-pointers??  the 22 would be the day after the san
antonio show.
                                        bdh

>date:    wed, 7 aug 1996 18:29:21 -0700
>from:    stetler <sstetler@jeffco.k12.co.us>
>subject: a ? re: sunny's real audio concert ?
>
>hello all,
>i would love to know exactly how to do hook up my computer to my stereo as
>well.  let me know when you have it figured out!    i guess my first=
question
>should be-how can listen to this concert?  i really don't get it=8bbeing
>somewhat technologically challenged and all!
>:)shelley
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date:         wed, 7 aug 1996 22:55:46 edt
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subject:      (nigc) h.o.r.d.e. tour...nashvegas style

the h.o.r.d.e. tour rolls into nashville this saturday and the lineup here is
blues traveler, lenny kravitz, rusted root, king crimson, son volt and
meshell ndegeochello (or however your spell it).  tickets are $27.50 plus
ticketmonster's "convenience" charge.  i really dig blues traveler and lenny
kravitz is pretty cool, but i don't want to go so bad that i'm willing to
spend 30 some odd bucks.  now if dave matthews band and natalie merchant
were gonna be on the bill too, i might consider plunking down a few of my
hard-earned dollar bills.  oh well, i guess it is not to be...  (dmb will
be playing here on september 11th, though)

peace and concert listings,

joan :)

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subject:      ig concert info

this may be old news, but ig is playing dallas 8/22.  a place called
the bronco bowl.  i know someone who has tickets.

i also hear that ig may play a benefit for woody guthrie in
cleveland in late september...

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subject:      kites at newport/hampton beach (nigc)
in-reply-to:  <199607300244.waa09789@netspace.org>

   another idea for what to do at hampton beach while waiting to see ig,
or what to do in the field/parking lot at newport while waiting for all
the traffic to subside:  go fly a kite!

   i saw someone else flying at newport last year in the big field near
the entrance, and i flew mine briefly over the hill in one of the parking
lot fields.  if others have kites (or frisbees or whatever), we could
have a post-newport list meet in the big field near the concert entrance
gates (but far enough away from the crowd waiting for busses / water
taxis).  i'll be wearing my list shirt and flying an arrowhead shaped
2-string kite.  so stop by and say hi instead of fighting the traffic! :)

looking forward to it!!!

chris
imer5924@hgc.edu
"where i come from is a far more interesting place..." -- marcus, babylon 5

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subject:      bye dudes

hey y'all!

i am signing off til the 28th of august....my account is going to be shut down
until then!

bon-

your boots are in the mail....

sunny-

the tape is on it's way!

i'll talk to all of you guys soon!

peace, love, and ig!


karrie

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date:         thu, 8 aug 1996 00:37:36 -0400
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subject:      please resend mail

hi all,

as i have only received a few pieces of emails today i suspect that some
mails were not reaching me.  if anyone got a message from the postmaster or
whatever handles the distribution of mail, that something was undeliverable,
please resend it!!

thanks for your patience in this recovery period of aol downtime.....

-sheri : )

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subject:      re: 96 shirt...the donation :)
x-to:         ncrobino@aol.com

hi ...

just want  to send my thanks for the great shirt you and deb produced,
and agree with your choice of a organisation for the  the  $$s

thanks again

marilyn

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subject:      missing a days mail...

if any of you good folks sent me e-mail on 8-7, please re-send it.
for some reason i couldn't access aol, and i'm missing a whole days'  worth
of gossip and tidbits!
~~robin

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subject:      have fun y'all

delurking to wish all of you fortunate ones good times at the coming
concerts. wish i was going :-(, but i have cunningly managed to
arrange my summer so that when ig are touring on the east coast i'll
be on the west coast, and vise versa. well maybe there will be some
good boots. the thread re the covers from  hell provided lol, and you
covered most of the songs on my puke-provoking list, though i don't
recall...got to get you a woman...todd rundgren i think. recently
heard a song that would be coverable imho
...(i'm a) hurricane by fred eaglesmith (?sp). chorus goes
i'm a hurricane, she's a summer storm
one just blows through town
the other blows the town away
...i'm wilder than her
an ar song maybe?

peace

marilyn

who is planning to start her second childhood while she is young
enough to enjoy it.

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date:         thu, 8 aug 1996 01:12:07 -0400
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subject:      michelle malone merchandise (nigc)

hello, all! =)
      tis i, your friendly michelle groupie and saleswoman... just a message
to remind all of you who asked me to buy things for you that i now have them.
i have a large amount of merchandise right here just _waiting_ to be sent
out to all of you eager fans! =)  please write to me, everyone, and let's get
all of these out, okay?  next trip to the post office is friday, so i hope to
hear from all of you soon. =)  anyone interested in ordering anything, i will
be happy to send you a list of available merchandise, so write about that,
also. =)  have to run!  peace, love, and butter biscuits, sarah

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subject:      joan baez in seattle (igc for sf folks)

hey, i just got back from seeing joan down at pier 62--she was
awesome as always...can't say the same for the person who was
sitting near me who decided to sing along with every single
song joan sang--didn't know the words, didn't know any of the
melodies, and sang loud, loud, loud.  sheesh.

at any rate, here's the igc, folks...

as she was about to sing welcome me, she announced that dar
williams (miss dar, joan called her..), ig and herself would
be doing the alcatraz show (she said it was a show that her
sister's bread and roses organization does) and invited us all
down to attend.  she said it would be somewhere around oct. 20.

thought you ca folks would want to know....

ann

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subject:      newport meeting?

hi!

i was just wondering if we've decided where to meet on sunday?  and, if any
one would want to get together in newport on saturday night???

:)

jan

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subject:      help

does anybody know the last name of florine from holland.  she is staying in a
nearby hotel and i am trying to track her down, but i do not know her last
name.  any help is greatly appreciated.  thanks.

peace

bert

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subject:      re: concert question-nigc

in a message dated 96-08-06 22:16:12 edt, i, in my ultimate wisdom,  wrote:

> dmb is joining the horde tour *after* the camden show.  so is
>natalie merchant.

thanks for straightening me out, whoever posted that dmb is *already* on the
tour.  from now on, whatever i post, just believe the opposite. ; )  i was
just confused and i will try to not let it happen again....  anyway, dmb is
leaving the tour just *before*  the camden show, yeah, that's the ticket....
natalie is joining the tour after camden.  i believe she was touring with
sting for awhile (actually, i saw her tour with sting) and then she'll be
with the horde.

two days til newport!!!!!!!!!!  i'm so excited, and i just can't hide it....
hey, that's one for the hot caramel enema list....

-sheri, who will be starting to pack today for her ri voyage, yay!!

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subject:      re: headcount part 1 -nff

in a message dated 96-08-08 02:19:39 edt, susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu (susan
b. marine) writes:

> anyone who is interested in doing this, there will be a sign up in the
>bw lobby for a meeting on saturday at some point, or else a point of
>departure
>meeting at the butt-crack of dawn on sunday.

that's great- but since everyone took up all the rooms at the bw in newport,
i'll be staying at the kingston, ri bw, which is about 9 miles away.  anyone
else staying there?  i don't want to miss out on all the bonding : (

-sheri : (

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subject:      wooo...have fun you guys...

     just wanted to wish all of you newport goers a great time! have a
     blast! and i also wanted to thank kathy, my bud and pal for gettin' me
     a tshirt :):):)
     kira

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subject:      nff

is anyone else out there camping at the worden pond family campground?
maybe we could all get together. ali        akenney@vnet.ibm.com

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subject:      mom needs help! please read (nigc)

okay listees, i can't sit by and do nothing any longer. i've made up posters
and i want to plaster florida, especially the winter park/orlando area and
fort lauderdale. i'll be e-mailing the people that have already offered
personally, but if there are anymore of you, please, send me your address
and i'll send you out a pack of posters. i'm also trying to get a pic
scanned. when i do, i'm going to post it to the list, so you all can keep an
eye out or maybe send it to any lists you're on. you've all been so
wonderful. i love you all. you're keeping me sane. thank you.

hugs,
deb

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date:         thu, 8 aug 1996 12:58:22 -0500
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subject:      chuck woolery, get a haircut

> lorinda wright, yen, phil norman, i-girl, dwayne jarrell, deb reiser, greg

add one more to the nff headcount, please!  i'm going with a pyt.

i-girl

who will be in her pjs when she meets several ig list members for the
very first time

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date:         thu, 8 aug 1996 13:10:33 -0600
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subject:      get your list shirt now! (reminder)

well my buds and i are hitting the road for newport and hampton beach
tonight, but before i leave i just want to remind you all to get your
t-shirt orders in to me if you want a shirt. the deadline is septemer 6th.
remember: this is your last chance to order the '96 shirt!!!

so far i haven't received any orders in the mail. i hope i see some in my
mailbox either tonight or when i get home on tuesday. but please don't wait
for unitl the last moment -- get your orders in now.

once again, here's all the info you need...

-------------

deadline: because of the upcoming concerts, i will accept orders until
friday, september 6th!!! that means all money must be in my hands by that
day!  the shirt order will be placed with the printer on monday, september
9th. the shirts will be in your hands approx. 2 weeks after that. no money
= no shirt!

-------------

the shirt and sizes: l and xl -- 100% cotton / certified organic (natural
in color)
                                   xxl -- 100% cotton / hanes beefy-t
(natural in color)

sorry, xxl are not available in the organic cotton (but both are high
quality shirts)

--------------

prices: us orders: $14.50 (includes $3.50 postage and handling)

            canadian orders: $16.50 (us dollars only - includes $5 postage
and handling)

            other international orders: $24.50 (us dollars only - includes
$10 postage
            and handling) if postage is less, i will refund the money to
you. i just want
            to make sure i have enough to cover it. if you know it will be
more, please
            include it. rob got bit last time on the postage of some of the
international
            orders.

-------------

ordering info: send a note stating size and quantity (please include your email
                         address so i can contact you if there are any
problems), plus a
                         cashiers check, money order (made out to deb
reiser), or cash (at
                         your own risk) in the amount indicated above to:

                         deb reiser
                         3166 north 89th street
                         milwaukee, wi 53222

also include a pre-addressed shipping label with your order. it will used
on your package. please write your name and address pretty! :)

if you are ordering multiple shirts, email me ahead of time and i will work
out the proper postage. in general, two shirts can be mailed per envelope
so there's no need to send double postage.

--------------

bribes: those that were offered will be cheerfully accepted but are not
required. but if you insist and are confused as to what to send, i can
always use new music or golf balls :)

-------------

if you need to see the graphics as they will appear on the shirt, point
your browser to:

http://members.aol.com/ncrobino/igshirt.htm

do not, however, follow the directions for ordering that are listed there.
rob is heading out of the country and won't be accepting any orders. all
orders must go to me this time! if you are web impaired and want to know
what's on the shirt, email me privately and i will send you a text
description. i can also email jpeg files if you can view those. just let me
know.

-------------

that's about it! feel free to email me if you have any questions concerning
the shirts. once again, the deadline is friday, september 6th.

thanks!

deb
debbie@mei.com

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subject:      mom needs help! please read (nigc)

sorry if you recieve this twice, i never got the first one so i'm resending the
message.

hi guys,

i've tried a couple of times to send deb a message but my mail sever can't get
through to her address.  if one of you who is able to send her mail, would relay
a message for me i'd really appreciate it.

trant

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from:         "paul j. sgroi" <paul_j._sgroi@ccmail.c-tec.com>
subject:      nigc: i'm back!!

     oh boy, am i glad to be back!!! i was having many e-mail problems
             in the last 2 weeks.

     if anyone was tryin' to reach me, i'm sorry for the bouncing!

     anyway, i'm really glad i just got re-s*bscribed to the list,
             and am patiently waiting for my first digest.

     --------------------------------------------------------hippie dream

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subject:      re: maxell points/real audio

ditto! sunny, how are you going about hooking that up??

at 06:47 pm 8/7/96 -0400, you wrote:
>u get it i want a copy of it
>
>on wed, 7 aug 1996, sunny wrote:
>
>> hey y'all,
>>
>>   i know there are some serious tradin' people out there who must also
>> collect the maxell xl ii points.  ya know, you get enough and you could go
>> to hawaii.
>> ha ha!!  anyways, i know the old deadline is over.  does anyone know if
>> they are still honoring them in a new time period?  i must have like 500pts
>> by now.
>>     second, my computer genius girlfriend has spent all day trying to
>> figure out how to hook up the sterio to her computer and 28.8 moden for the
>> real audio concert broadcast of ig on aug 22.  we're hoping to get it
>> recorded onto a cassette tape.  looks like she figured it out.  anyone else
>> out there trying to do this?
>>
>>
>>                         --sunny,
>>    who found out today just how much fun fiberglass is to play with!!!
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         my web page!!!!           |lifetime, now i have to pay.-emily saliers
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subject:      newport !!
x-to:         ani-difranco@world.std.com

hi all. it's thursday eve and i will be leaving at noon tomorrow for
newport. i will be unsubsribing from the list so that my mailbox doesn't
overload and crash. if anyone has any last minute news or plans about the
newport gathering please e-mail mail me at:
janmv@tiac.net

thanks,

- jan
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subject:      nff, anyone staying at hojo

greetings to all in indigo land!

two more days til newport!!!!!


is anyone besides me staying at the howard johnson's in middleton ri?
if so let me know, i would like to meet up.  i would also like to
meet the rest of you who are staying at various hotels and campgrounds
in the area.  i am leaving on friday at 10am, so i won't be able to
email the list with my room #, so if you want to get  in touch with me,
call the 1800 hojo's #  1-800-446-4656 and ask to be connected to the
middleton/newport ri hotel.  the room is in my friend jean's name, but i
bet if you leave a message with her full name they will find us, it
is jean bardin, leave me your name, and number where i can reach you
and say you are from "the list",  and hopefully we can meet up.

i am not going to be able to make the hotel viking concert on friday
night, unless by some miracle i find an extra $20, so i am planning
on walking around newport.  last year my friends literally ran into
emily in town, i wasn't there, but i thought it was cool that she
was just hanging out in town like we were.  if anyone is interested
in getting together to walk around, go to dinner, or go to the only
gay bar in newport later friday or sat, let me know.  i'm sure there
are a lot of us who want to meet and hang out.  i am bringing my photo
albums from last years nff and atlanta pride, so if anyone has albums
and wants to bring them to show that would be cool.

my one dilema is whether or not to try to videotape the show.  i think i
am going to bring my camcorder saturday and see if i can tape ani, and
then decide if i want to tape the girls on sunday.  i kinda want to just
have fun and dance and sing and take regular photos, but i also want to
capture the show on film so i can re-live it whenever i want.  i guess
i will have to figure it out soon.

oh well, i have rambled enough, i should get packing so i won't be so
stressed out doing it tomorrow.  i hope you all have safe trips!
see y'all soon!

take care and peace!

-deb

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subject:      re: newport !!

at 06:20 pm 8/8/96 -0700, you wrote:
>hi all. it's thursday eve and i will be leaving at noon tomorrow for
>newport.

*pout* well, i hope all you lucky people have fun up in newport. i'll be
here at home sulking for the weekend. now y'all better get some boots for us
not-so-lucky listee's(who better keep up with mailing the list so i dont go
crazy) i wanna hear all the juicy details when y'all come back, k? have a
great weekend!

tiff

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         my web page!!!!           |lifetime, now i have to pay.-emily saliers
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from:         bertin lefkovic <indigboy@eden.rutgers.edu>
subject:      applying dilbert to newport

ok, i know i may be overstepping my bounds here, but i have come up with the
following as far as times and locations for meeting to organize a feeble
attempt to creat order within chaos.  i am appointing myself and susan marine
as coordinators.  (susan, if you don't want that kind of burden on your
shoulders, let me know)  if there is anyone else that would like to help with
communication and coordiantion, let me know.  i would love to pass the buck
on this one, but i sort of feel like it's my baby.

the following are times that there will be net gatherings on saturday.  the
location will be the porta-potties that are lined up against the far right
hand wall (if you are facing the stage) of fort adams, facing the water.  i
will try to be there for all of these gatherings, but if not, one of the
co-coordinators will be there.  whoever is there will be carrying a sign that
says, indigo-girls@netspace.org.

saturday:

12:00 (noon)
2:00
4:00

on sunday, we will meet one hour before the park opens in the lobby of the
best western mainstay inn.  if you cannot make this meeting, please try to
arrive at the park at least 15 minutes prior to the time that the park opens.
i hope to know what time the park opens by the time we meet on saturday
afternoon.  i forgot to add that there will also be a gathering at the best
western 1-2 hours after the show is over on saturday night.  i hope to have a
more concrete time saturday afternoon.  this time is based upon the fact that
it usually takes about an hour to get out of the park area once the show is
over.  the saturday night gathering is purely social.  i hope to have all
arrangements made for sunday morning cleared by saturday afternoon.  once we
gather at the best western saturday night, we can decide if we want to go out
or hang out in someone's room or whatever.  if it seems like i am
over-micro-managing this thing, let me know.  i have yet to finish the
dilbert principle, thus i am still a partial induhvidual.  i look forward to
seeing y'all at newport.

peace

bert

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date:         thu, 8 aug 1996 18:59:10 -0400
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from:         kellie deis <kdeis@kent.edu>
subject:      an ig morn

howdy all, how are you? well, i couldn't sleep last night, my knee is
killing me (i have torn cartilage) so i checked my e-mail and then
watched boys on the side. of course, i watched the ig part about a
zillion times!! then i listened to boots the rest of the day. no
wonder i was in such a great mood!!!   hugs and smoochies,,  kel
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cast... (indigo girls)

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reply-to:     deb odonoghue <doobie@student.umass.edu>
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from:         deb odonoghue <doobie@student.umass.edu>
subject:      nff and how to get in touch with me

hello again,


the # for the hojo's in middleton/newport is:

401-849-2000

the receptionist said just tell them who the message is for,
jean bardin (really me, deb) and they will get it to me.
they don't assign rooms until people arrive, so the room #
will be a mystery until about 3pm tomorrow.

take care and peace y'all!

-deb

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subject:      mom needs help!

hi guys,

i've been trying to send a message to deb, in regard to helping her out, but
my mail server can't get through.  if you have been able to send mail directly
to deb, could you relay a message for me.

thank you,

trant

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subject:      don't i wish

hey y'all.

if there's one thing i wish i could do, it's get ig to come see us at east
carolina university in greenville, nc.  i can just see them playing in
wright auditorium, minges coliseum, or better yet at our outdoor pre-exam
stressbuster, barefoot on the mall.  they'd have a good following!

dreaming and wishing,
mary

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subject:      re-posting of autograph for sale (please read)

i posted this message at the beginning of this week.  i wanted everyone to
get a chance at this offer.  i have had several nice bids so far.  please
consider adding this fine item to your collection.  it is truely one of a
kind!!!

>i have a leather guitar strap that was autographed by the girls on may 11,
>1991 at jannus landing in st.pete florida (the strap was brand new when they
>signed it).
>emily signed, "peace, emily" and amy drew a guitar with a peace sign and
>signed, "amy ray".
>i'd like to handle this like a silent auction.  e-mail me personally with
>your bid.  i will stop taking bids on friday, august 9 at noon.  highest
>bidder gets it!
>i never thought i'd sell this keepsake, but times are rough and mama's gotta
>pay the rent!
>thanks!
>~~robin

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date:         thu, 8 aug 1996 12:01:27 -0700
reply-to:     carolyn chow <egg@u.washington.edu>
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subject:      any extra tickets to the nff? and joan baez

hey all,

hope everyone is well.  i made a last minute decision to fly to newport
tomorrow and was wondering if anyone had extra passes or tickets.  last i
heard it was sold out.  if anyone does, please mail me.  i'd really
appreciate it.

oh, and last night i saw joan baez at the pier here in seattle.  she was
great, as always and i had wonderful reminiscent memories of new orleans.
:)  anyway, we met after the show and she mentioned that she was going to
be doing a benefit for bread and roses with ig and dar williams at
alcatraz on october 20.  interesting, huh?

oh well, see some of you in newport.

carolyn

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subject:      indigo girl dreams

last night i had my third, yes third, (aren't i lucky, my subconscious
loves me) indigo girls dream,  so i thought i would share it with y'all!
and maybe someone will have some idea what this means.

a whole bunch of people, i don't know who they were, and i were in this
building that was sort of like a college dorm, with all these rooms going
off the main hall.  the ig were coming to play on this radio station that
was in the building.  i was sitting on a couch right outside the room where
they were playing, so they came in, i was excited, they went in the room
and were playing, i can't remember what, then all of a sudden (and this is
the fun part) i'm in the backseat of a car with emily!!!  i don't know what
happened to amy, nor do i know who was driving.  it was dark, and i think
we were in a forest. at least there were trees all around.  so emily and i
are flirting with each other like crazy (aren't i excited!!!)  she was sooo
cute! then she tells me she is going to tell me the politically correct
version of the three bears (as in goldilocks and the three bears)  i was of
course thrilled (the woman could be talking to me in greek, and i would
still be thrilled)  and i think she started telling me the story, but then
i woke up.  i immediately tried to go back to sleep and continue the dream,
but no such luck.

i really have no idea where the three bears came from.  i can't remember
the last time i thought about goldilocks and the three bears, and
especially the p.c. version of it.  very very strange.  i haven't yet been
able to come up with any good interpretations of it.  any thoughts?

love sundara

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subject:      whaddya think of thiss (nff igc)

okay, i think i caused a major problem nto even attending to...lots of y'all
are mailing me saying "hey susan! just cause i'm not as cool as you cats
staying in the best western, i still wanna meet y'all. no fair meeting up at
the bw and leaving the rest of us out!". hey! i totally agree....i just took
the reins cause it seemed like we were floundering, and well, i hate to
flounder!!

so i propose this: let's meet at 5 pm by saturday by the entrance gate to the
park (the chute thingies, where you actually go in to the concert area). anyone
who wants to meet, meet there....and we'll go from there and figure out a) what
we are doing for the rest of the evening (if anything) and b) who wants to do
what for the big run-in-the-morning (which i and my friend sue are thinking
nowayinhell about, but you young bucks, you go for it!)

okay? is that better? i don't want to alienate anyone or be bw-centric.

if you are at the best western and you want to get together, we'll find each
other somehow. i'm thinking of piercing my lip ten times for easy recognition.
haha!!! probally not.

bye now-
susan

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subject:      fwd: funny olympic thing (nigc)

live from nbc! drum roll please.
by dave barry
knight-ridder newspapers

atlanta (krt) -- and now for my impression of the olympics on tv:

bob costas: good evening, and as you can tell by the sound of the olympic
theme song that we play almost as much as we show kerri strug's historic
vault, it's time for our broadcast of the recently videotaped olympic games
featuring americans. we're going to start by taking you right to the
track-and-field stadium, where the men's 100-meter dash is about to get
under way, despite the fact that it actually happened four hours ago.

track commentator: bob, this promises to be an exciting race, featuring
americans.

costas: and what are the obstacles that these americans have overcome to
create a human interest factor for our broadcast?

track commentator: bob, from left to right, they have overcome psoriasis,
vertigo and a bad allergy to vinaigrette dressing.

costas: we'll come back to the men's 100-meter final, but right now we're
going to replay the video of kerri strug, an american, overcoming her ankle
to make her courageous vault.

(kerri strug vaults.)

costas: what a human moment!  time for a commercial.

announcer: we're ibm. we're a giant corporation with vast computer
expertise. that's why we're in charge of keeping track of all the
statistics for these, the olympic games of 1953.  thank you.

costas: now we're going to take you to women's beach volleyball, where the
sun is shining brightly despite the fact that it is now 10:37 p.m. on the
east coast.

beach volleyball commentator: thanks, bob. this is holly mcpeak, an
american, and as you can see in this digitized, computer-enhanced,
ultra-slow-motion beach cam closeup shot, she has overcome cellulite.

costas: i'll say.  when is she going to serve?

beach volleyball commentator: she'll be serving in about 4 seconds, bob.

costas: i'm sorry, but we don't have that kind of time, because we need to
show this heartwarming moment.

(kerri strug vaults.)

costas: now let's go out to the cycling competition, where i believe we
have
a race involving an american.

cycling commentator: that is correct, bob. we have an american shown here
pedaling furiously in 637th place, with a solid chance to move up to 636th.

costas: what obstacle has this american overcome?

cycling commentator: bob, he is overcoming one hellacious case of
hemorrhoids.

costas: we'll have more on that exciting cycling race, but right now we're
going to return to the olympic track stadium for an update on the men's
100-meter dash.

track commentator: bob, the race started about two seconds ago and should
be
over in about eight more seconds. none of the americans has fallen down.

costas: we're going to break away from the men's 100-meter dash at this
point, but we will be covering it throughout the course of the evening.
right now, however, we want you to see this moment, captured by our nbc
cameras.

(kerri strug vaults.)

costas: now let's head out to the pool to check on the progress of the
american swimmers, all of whom have overcome asthma.

swimming commentator: bob, here we see an american swimmer winning a race.
this happened earlier.

costas: how much earlier?

swimming commentator:  twenty-four years, bob. this is mark spitz.

costas: time for this commercial.

announcer: we're the nike corporation. we pay famous athletes millions of
dollars to wear our shoes.  because of this, you, the public, pay absurdly
high prices for these shoes. is that stupid, or what? thank you.

(kerri strug vaults.)

costas: ok, right now there are exciting gold-medal competitions going on
in
archery, shooting, rowing, kayaking, table tennis, softball, volleyball,
team handball and judo, so right now we're going to take you to beach
volleyball.

beach volleyball commentator: bob, as you can see, american holly mcpeak is
bending over.

costas: i'll say.

(kerri strug vaults.)

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subject:      re: headcount part 1 -nff
x-to:         susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu

in a message dated 96-08-08 02:43:03 edt, susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu (susan
b. marine) writes:

>chris imershein, rena, sarah wardrop and her sister, sheri and her "ol man",
>eric, karen robinson, sharon parker, karen vittek, trant batey, margaret
>clayton, deb o'donoghue and jean and another pal, sharon jennings (o goddess
>of
>the backstage pass, we bow down to you!), kate, bertin lefkovic, elizabeth,
>lorinda wright, yen, phil norman, i-girl, dwayne jarrell, deb reiser, greg
>flamer, howdy barlow, wendy palmquist, and....oh yeah, me and susan
>hetherington, and chris becker and some of his pals....
>
>

susan?  hello?  did you forget someone?????????

:(
jan

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from:         marian f ashley <iex@vii.com>
organization: international english exchange
subject:      re: nigc: dave barry impression

i have agreed with the comments on the atanta olympics and especially nbc's non-coverage of
most of it and laughed my way through dave barry's report. thanks for sharing!!

marian

ps have fun at newport. look forward to hearing all about it!
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reply-to:     sunny <sun@swcp.com>
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subject:      more on ig real audio concert

okay y'all,

    here is the original message about the real audio ig concert.  it first
came from jim fagan (gotta give this guy the credit!).

>hi:
>  i found this on another mailing list i'm on, and had to pass
>it along.  i've user realaudio before, and it's pretty good.
>all you need is a modem (14.4 at least, 28.8 better), and the
>free realaudio software from the realaudio web page.  there's
>a link on the audionet page below.
>
>>august 22
>>
>>indigo girls
>>folk-rock duo the indigo girls (epic) bring their ballads to the stage of
>>dallas' bronco bowl and to you live over audionet.  join them august 22 and
>>keep watching the audionet concert page for details.
>>
>>        http://www.audionet.com/concerts

   i, like some of the rest of y'all, am computer clueless.  i am smart
enough to ask my computer genius girlfriend, deb, for help.  8)  i think if
you go to the above address or type real audio into your search engine you
will find the sight. all i had to do was forward this message to deb and
she took care of everything.  the ig concert is not listed on this page
however.  don't know why.
    i think the biggest key is having the fastest modem available.  even
with a 28.8 bps modem the sound isn't the best.  it's not like a radio
broadcast and deb tells me that the more people who log on and listen to
the show, the lower the sound quality.  oh well.  ?   you can go to this
site now and hear archived concerts like one from the doobie brothers to
get an idea how the sound is.  deb also said they may have video clips of
the show sometime after the concert.
     to record the real audio concert:  deb says it will be different for
everybody's system.  she has a power mac and a 28.8 modem and my sony
sterio.
her hard drive has a sound output plug (like a speaker plug) she took a
single sterio plug wire (radio shack $3) and plugged one end into the
computer speaker plug and the other end of the line into the mic plug on
the sony sterio. then put the sterio on tape and push record.  and the
sound should come through and record and you can hear it coming through the
sony sterio speakers once you push record.  this prevents any outside noise
from being recorded onto the tape.
     warning:  first, real audio is like a single line, so only so many
connections can be made. the more people that log on the more demand is put
on that single line and the slower it moves trying to support all the
demand.  it's like any server, more people log on, the slower it moves.
all this depends on how the particular server is set up. second, this
increased demand can cause things to get backed up on themselves.  deb was
doing some sample recording yesterday, and one thing that happened was
increased demand caused things to move slower going out and then the next
stuff going out at a faster speed kinda runs over the slower stuff in front
and then it makes some kind of mess where you hear one song playing over
another.  i ain't no computer genius so all this second hand info may be a
bit confusing.  i don't understand what deb is talking about half the time.
sorry.  :(
     she was able to record some real audio things yesterday, but that
doesn't mean she can get the aug 22 concert for sure.  i guess it will all
depend on the problems stated above.  she's got it set up and we'll give it
a whirl and if i get a tape of this show i'll for sure let y'all know.
hope this answered everybodys questions (i had a ton of mail about this)
good luck.


                        --sunny


ps.  to see a sample of what a computer genius deb is, check out my homepage
                http://www.swcp.com/~ahl
it's complete with animation (bee and motorcycle) if you are using a
netscape 2.0  browser.

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from:         stetler <sstetler@jeffco.k12.co.us>
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subject:      re: 96 shirt...the donation :)

i sure wish i had one of those shirts!  i guess i wasn't on the list then!
bummer!
-shelley

m.j.macvey wrote:
>
> hi ...
>
> just want  to send my thanks for the great shirt you and deb produced,
> and agree with your choice of a organisation for the  the  $$s
>
> thanks again
>
> marilyn
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subject:      re: for the most part nigc-looking for support

it sounds as if they won't be here until next summer.:((  i am very sad about
that.  definitely keep your ears open next summer.  red rocks is the most
beautiful outdoor amphitheathers you'll ever see.  it is as magical as a&e!
peace, love, and ig...
shelley

noranne d zimmerman wrote:
>
> has there been any talk of the girls being in red rocks in the near
> future?  i don't live close to denver or colorado for that matter, but
> i'd be willing to make the trip there.  let me know if you hear
> anything.  thanks!!
>
>                                         noranne
>
> on wed, 7 aug 1996, stetler wrote:
>
> > is there anyone on this list that lives near denver?  i have yet to figure that out!
> > hope so!  i would love company when (i wish this summer) ig comes to red
> > rocks!!
> >
> > :)shelley
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reply-to:     joan morrison <103161.3515@compuserve.com>
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from:         joan morrison <103161.3515@compuserve.com>
subject:      warm thoughts for newport-goers

i just wanted to wish all you fortunate ones who are going to nff a wonderful
time.  i hope you have as awesome a time in newport as i had in new orleans in
may.  what an incredible bonding experience that was.  if ig play nff, next year,
i will going.  but in the meantime, i hope at least one of you comes back with
a great boot of the show!  when you're all having hotel room jam sessions,
hanging out around town, or watching the girls, remember that hundreds of us
are with y'all in spirit!!!

peace, love, and all things indigo...

joan :)

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from:         ann m labeck <aml@scn.org>
subject:      bumber schedule (a bit of bandwidth..)

hey all, they finally posted a real live schedule on the bumber-
shoot web page (and the stuff at the polaris site turns out to be
incorrect...sorry 'bout that).

anyways, the wild stage thing w/ amy & daemon is sat. aug. 31 from
3:30-5pm.  the girls actually start playing at 8:45 pm (and the
stadium is big and folks tend to wander in and out).  details are
below...

no, i didn't get permission to quote this.

but this is what i found...

>
>     daemon records showcase
>     saturday, 3:30 - 5:00
>     wild stage
>     a chance to see what's happenin' (music-wise) in the southeast as
> amy
>     ray's (indigo girls) record label, daemon records presents a
> speical
>     showcase of the cream of their roster. bands include:
>
>           belloluna
>            3:30 - 4:00
>           a band with both kitsch and class, atlanta's belloluna
> blends
>            jazz with piano-based pop and comes up with a sound that
> lands
>            somewhere between mel torme and supertramp.
>
>            danielle howle
>            4:00 - 4:30
>            the former lyricist for lay quiet awhile, south carolinian
>            howle sings her witty and agressive lyrics in a warped,
>            careening alto, remindful of karen carpenter, janis joplin
> and
>            liz phair.
>
>            michelle malone
>            4:30 - 5:00
>            roots rockin' guitarist, songwriter and vocalist, michelle
>            malone is on one hand, a quirky, sensitive solo acoustic
>            artist, and on the other hand, a powerful, gutsy raver.
>
>    the seattle men's chorus
>     saturday, 6:15 - 6:45 (open for indigo girls and phoebe snow)
>     budweiser mainstage in the kenwood stadium
>     currently in it's 17th year, the seattle men's chorus is
> washington
>     state's largest and most influential choral organization. their
>     chorus of over 190 members are featured in a varied and ambitious
>     series every season featuring major guest artists including diane
>     schuur, marni nixon, bobby mcferrin, natalie cole and dr. maya
>     angelou. in performance, they're inspiring, talented, amusing and
>     very accomplished.
>
>  phoebe snow
>     saturday, 8:00 - 8:45 (inbetween seattle mens chorus and indigo
>     girls)
>     budweiser mainstage in the kenwood stadium
>     bumbershoot welcomes back one of the most engaging voices in
>     contemporary music - phoebe snow. since the release of her
> landmark
>     self-titled debut album in 1974, snow has remained one of the
> most
>     distinctive voices in popular music. it was that record that won
> her
>     a grammy award nomination, platinum record status, the cover of
>     rolling stone and throngs of adoring fans. impossible to
> categorize,
>     hers is a style influenced by just about every american genre,
> blues,
>     gospel, rock, swing and r & b. always an engaging and humorous
>     performer, snow is currently writing songs for a new cd, touring
> with
>     a new band and discovering that she really enjoys singing gospel
>     music and operatic arias.
>
>  indigo girls
>     saturday, 6:15 - 10:30 (phoebe snow and seattle men's chorus
> open)
>     budweiser mainstage in the kenwood stadium
>     atlanta's now famous folk rock duo, amy ray and emily saliers,
> aka
>     the indigo girls, make a heralded return to the northwest for
> this
>     year's b-shoot. since their beginnings in 1985, they've been
>     inspiring scores of spectators with their sometimes sweet,
> sometimes
>     rockin', often political, and always powerful songwriting, vocal
>     harmonies and musicianship. they've gone gold with 2 recordings,
>     performed countless benefits, and even mounted an exceptionally
>     ambitious version of jesus christ superstar (seen at the at&t
> summer
>     nights at the pier last summer). and through it all, they've very
>     successfully maintained an artistic integrity and passion for
> music
>     that should keep them going for decades to come.


i love seattle!

ann

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reply-to:     gwen keyt <gkeyt@paul.spu.edu>
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from:         gwen keyt <gkeyt@paul.spu.edu>
subject:      bumbershoot update!

i just typed out a list of everyone who's playing, except the wild stage
performers, and ticket prices, parking, and other good info...but it's
really long (a lot of info) so i wanted to ask y'all if you want me to
post it to the list.  if only a couple people want it i'll just send in
individually.  you can check out the website at
http://www.speakeasy.org/bumbershoot ; i don't know if it has everything
that i typed out, but if i know something they don't i'll keep y'all
informed.

whaddya think?  post or no?

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date:         fri, 9 aug 1996 08:22:36 -0500
reply-to:     kewl kay <stu_kaswenne@jmu.edu>
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subject:      9:30 club

hi all

i just checked the web page for concert dates and the new updated version
has the 9:30 club listed for aug. 18th. i called there yesterday and they
didn't have a clue, and neither did protix (silly people).

unfortunately, i leave for school a couple days before the show, and cannot
go. :(
but i thought i would share my findings for those in the northeast who can't
make any of the other dates. give detailed reports for those of us that
aren't lucky enough to be able to see them!

thanks

peace
-kay

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date:         fri, 9 aug 1996 08:30:28 -0400
reply-to:     wenny da pooh <tool5600@kutztown.edu>
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from:         wenny da pooh <tool5600@kutztown.edu>
subject:      re: 9:30 club
x-to:         kewl kay <stu_kaswenne@jmu.edu>
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where exactly is the 9:30 club located at?????

on fri, 9 aug 1996, kewl kay wrote:

> hi all
>
> i just checked the web page for concert dates and the new updated version
> has the 9:30 club listed for aug. 18th. i called there yesterday and they
> didn't have a clue, and neither did protix (silly people).
>
> unfortunately, i leave for school a couple days before the show, and cannot
> go. :(
> but i thought i would share my findings for those in the northeast who can't
> make any of the other dates. give detailed reports for those of us that
> aren't lucky enough to be able to see them!
>
> thanks
>
> peace
> -kay
>
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date:         fri, 9 aug 1996 07:53:20 cdt
reply-to:     jennifer hall
              <jennifer=hall%ts=deskcall%cs=hou@bangate.compaq.com>
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from:         jennifer hall
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subject:      have fun !

this may be too late for most people heading to newport, but i just wanted
to wish everyone a safe flight or drive and have a heck of a time in
newport.

i'm originally from the northeast and spent a summer in rhode island.  it's
a nice typical new england-ish state.

for the ultimate tourist trap, you've got to catch the block island ferry
that goes from newport to block island. it's a 2 hour boat ride to a sweet
and peaceful island called block island.  the ferry is a passenger ferry
only, but you can rent mopeds or bikes once you get onto the island.  the
ferry is run by a company called interstate navigation - that i use to work
for.  i use to be the purser of that ferry and my husband was the engineer.
trust me, if you do go to block island, you'll truly enjoy yourself.
there's lots of great swimming to be had, the best fresh seafood, 2
historic lighthouses to tour, the quaintest bed and breakfasts/hotels, not
to mention the beauty of the island that can be seen via car/bike/moped or
by foot.  the trip is a bit $$$, but most things in newport are.  when we
worked there ( 7 years ago), you could catch the boat right by the nff at
fort adams at adams wharf.  don't know if they're still docking there, but
otherwise, the boat may be in downtown newport.

just thought i'd promote a gorgeous island that's worth the cash.  enjoy
new england and enjoy the nff.

peace,
- jen hall

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date:         fri, 9 aug 1996 12:41:09 gmt
reply-to:     alec heller <alec@nyc.pipeline.com>
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subject:      realaudio concert

well, i checked out audionet, and i didn't see anything listed...  however,

they didn't list past the fifteenth, so i don't think we aught to be
worried yet...  what did occur to me though, was that if they archive their

concerts, it would be much bettter to wait for the archived version then
recieve the live feed.  the live feed, in my experience, always has worse
sound quality than a prerecorded show, and, as an aside, this means that
y'all without access to a whatever to hear the thing will be able to...
but anyway, just thought i'd throw in a little something on the concert...

alec

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date:         fri, 9 aug 1996 06:20:22 +0000
reply-to:     "christopher d. payne" <owen4@adnc.com>
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from:         "christopher d. payne" <owen4@adnc.com>
subject:      re: realaudio concert

the live feed, in my experience, always has worse
> sound quality than a prerecorded show, and, as an aside, this means that
> y'all without access to a whatever to hear the thing will be able to...
> but anyway, just thought i'd throw in a little something on the concert...
>
> alec
>

hi alec,

unfortunately, when they archive (at least with the styx con.) they use
the same format in the archive. you still have to have real audio, and
still really need to use a 28.8 modem (which i don't have yet) :(

chris payne owen4@adnc.com


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date:         fri, 9 aug 1996 09:37:41 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:      aaaaagh! get me outta this (nff igc)

okay, ignore my posting about meeting at 5 at the entrance doors. i don't know
what the hell i'm talking about.....

it's probably pointless to post this b/c half of you are on the road, but....

i'm letting bert take over (of course i'll help, bert, no problem). so let's go
with his meeting times and places on saturday....

susan

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date:         fri, 9 aug 1996 09:34:14 -0400
reply-to:     atlmouse@aol.com
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from:         atlmouse@aol.com
subject:      extending auction until 7 p.m.

the auction for my autographed guitar strap has been extended till 7 pm do to
my wacky work schedule.
please have you final bids in by then. i will e-mail everyone personally to
let you know what the highest bid was by then.
thanks to everyone who has made an offer!  y'all are great!
~~robin

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date:         fri, 9 aug 1996 09:51:14 -0500
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subject:      9:30 club

sorry. i forgot to say that the 9:30 club is in washington dc. i know that
you can get the tickets through protix, but i am not sure that they know
about it all yet.

the street address is either v street or f street. they moved a couple of
months ago, and i don't remember which one is the new address. i think they
are now on v street though.

peace
-kay

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date:         fri, 9 aug 1996 09:51:45 est
reply-to:     "paul j. sgroi" <paul_j._sgroi@ccmail.c-tec.com>
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from:         "paul j. sgroi" <paul_j._sgroi@ccmail.c-tec.com>
subject:      maxell points!!!

     (from: sunny)
     >does anyone know if they are still honoring them in a new time
     >period?  i must have like 500pts by now.
     >> hi sunny! i called maxell corp. a few weeks ago with the same
     >>            question. a marketing rep. told me that they're not
     >>            doing anything with the points currently. so, i asked
     >>            her if i should save -em for something happening in
     >>            the future, and she said(get this!)--that she can't
     >>            'legally' tell me what to do with them...
     >>            gee, i felt like a reporter on a big story!!!

     ---------------------------------------------------hippie dream

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date:         fri, 9 aug 1996 10:53:54 -0400
reply-to:     michael reynolds <asl@umcs.maine.edu>
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from:         michael reynolds <asl@umcs.maine.edu>
subject:      looking for jill pullen/ my attire @ hampton.

this is rather important, i need to try and meet up with jill and her friend
sue at hampton. i also know she will be @ newport, but i dont know if too
many list members know her personally.  i am staying with her next weekend
in atlanta and i need to give her the details as to when my flight comes ins
in and , hey, wouldn't you want to meet me too? 8^)

ok, i've decided exactly what i am wearing @ hampton, so if there is a
chance that someone somewhere knows jill or sue and can pass along the info
(she has left already, i did call her.) i will be wearing a tie dyed pine
tree camp shirt the logo (my ascii art abilities suck) looks like this:
     ccc
    c   c
   c-----c
   c  | | c
   c  |-
   c  |   c
   cccccccc     (that is supposed to be a c as the outside)


and i have a mild disability (cerebral palsy) brown hain probably either
shorts or jeans if it is not too hot, probably close to 5 ft 10 inches.


so if you see jill pullen or her friend sue, or is you see me monday, say hi
okay?

mike r.

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date:         fri, 9 aug 1996 10:10:06 -0500
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subject:      nigc

hey all,

sorry for the nigc, but this is driving me nuts... i *know* someone out =
there in indigo-land has the answer to this question.

who wrote "you are the wind beneath my wings"?? we are having a debate =
about the author of this song in my office. some folks insist it was =
bette midler, for some reason i think it's julie gold, others think it =
was stevie wonder.... ??

anyone know for certain??

thanks,

dan

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date:         fri, 9 aug 1996 11:51:48 -0400
reply-to:     mark anthony donajkowski <madonajk@alpha.delta.edu>
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from:         mark anthony donajkowski <madonajk@alpha.delta.edu>
subject:      re: realaudio concert
x-to:         "christopher d. payne" <owen4@adnc.com>
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if its archived isnt it then available for download in which case u can dl
it with 144 or whatever it just takes longer

on fri, 9 aug 1996, christopher d. payne wrote:

> the live feed, in my experience, always has worse
> > sound quality than a prerecorded show, and, as an aside, this means that
> > y'all without access to a whatever to hear the thing will be able to...
> > but anyway, just thought i'd throw in a little something on the concert...
> >
> > alec
> >
>
> hi alec,
>
> unfortunately, when they archive (at least with the styx con.) they use
> the same format in the archive. you still have to have real audio, and
> still really need to use a 28.8 modem (which i don't have yet) :(
>
> 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:         fri, 9 aug 1996 13:54:28 -0400
reply-to:     wenny da pooh <tool5600@kutztown.edu>
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from:         wenny da pooh <tool5600@kutztown.edu>
subject:      shakespere???
in-reply-to:  <pine.sol.3.91.960809083007.11804a-100000@atlantic>

okay, i was just pondering this.  i know i read somewhere that the name
swamp ophelia came from the name of a flower, but i was just thinking if
ig had some kind of weird shakespere symbolism i'm just not getting.  ya
know "romeo and juliet" and ophelia from hamlet drowned in a swamp.  does
everybody klnow this secret but me or is it just some twisted coincidence.


pondering on a rainy day,
wen

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date:         fri, 9 aug 1996 11:06:10 -0700
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subject:      re: nigc
x-to:         dan perkins <dperkins@coa1.ci.austin.tx.us>

words and music by larry henley and jeff silbar.  the song is aka
"hero".  it has been recorded by gary morris(country), lou
rawls(r&b/pop), gladys knight and the pips, willie nelson, sheena easton
and of course bette midler.

so there you have it.  i didn't really know all of this....information
courtesy of lissauer's encyclopedia of popular music in america 1888 to
the present by robert lissauer (c) 1991 paragon house.

-jessi

>----------
>from:  dan perkins[smtp:dperkins@coa1.ci.austin.tx.us]
>sent:  friday, august 09, 1996 8:10 am
>to:    multiple recipients of list indigo-girls
>subject:       nigc
>
>hey all,
>
>sorry for the nigc, but this is driving me nuts... i *know* someone out there
>in indigo-land has the answer to this question.
>
>who wrote "you are the wind beneath my wings"?? we are having a debate about
>the author of this song in my office. some folks insist it was bette midler,
>for some reason i think it's julie gold, others think it was stevie
>wonder.... ??
>
>anyone know for certain??
>
>thanks,
>
>dan
>
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date:         fri, 9 aug 1996 15:05:38 est
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subject:      re: nigc

dan---
i think i sent you incorrect information.  sorry!

corrected:

after checking some christine lavin stuff, i have learned that julie gold
did write the song "from a distance" which bette midler sang and that won aa
grammy.  perhaps people (like me) are confusing their bette midler songs and
who wrote them, hence the confusion over which one julie gold wrote.

i am curious now to know the definative answer on the authorship of this song
now.  not because i am a fan of bette middler or really like either the song,
just idle curiosity....

cynthia who asks you all to forgive all the typos, esp. the use of the word
"now" twice in the first sentence of my second paragraph.  i don't have an
edit command on this e-mail system and am too lazy to retype this again.

:-)

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in-reply-to:  <pine.sol.3.91.960809135202.23697d-100000@atlantic>

yes, there is also shakespere significance.  ophelia was a young woman who
was in love with hamlet and kept trying to win his affection, but he was
obsessed with his father's murder and ignored her.  finally
grief-stricken, she drowned herself in a river.  there is an article on
the ig tezcat page (i think, or else the hidwater page?) that explains why
a&e used it.  sorta a mix of hamlet and the plant, they just thought it
was a cool name. (basically).

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children."--eric draven, the crow

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

on fri, 9 aug 1996, wenny da pooh wrote:

> okay, i was just pondering this.  i know i read somewhere that the name
> swamp ophelia came from the name of a flower, but i was just thinking if
> ig had some kind of weird shakespere symbolism i'm just not getting.  ya
> know "romeo and juliet" and ophelia from hamlet drowned in a swamp.  does
> everybody klnow this secret but me or is it just some twisted coincidence.
>
>
> pondering on a rainy day,
> wen
>
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subject:      bumbershoot official line-up

i got enough responses about this that i decided to post it.  here goes...


okay kids, i just got a copy of the official bumbershoot flyer in my hot
little hands, for all you folks who want to see all the cool people who
will be in seattle over labor day weekend.

***this is gonna be long! you can go check the website at
http://www.speakeasy.org/bumbershoot   before reading this if you want***

just tryin' to make this info convenient for everyone.  the flyer is very
cute, pics of daisies and bees on the cover.... :) okay gwen, cut to the
chase...
i'll list these as they are listed in the brochure.  no times or specific
venues are listed.  check the website if you can, or just trust that the
ig show is 2pm at memorial stadium on saturday.

***friday, 30 august: sex pistols/ani difranco/goldfinger/gravity
kills/phoebe snow/michael shrieve/alejandro escovedo/shana
morrison/southern culture on the skids/patricia smith/mikhail
horowitz/giles malkine/the picketts
greek active[theatre}'s macbeth/source of labor/seattle opera/heavenly
boys/the jack mormons/bloodloss/mono men/the walkabouts/david
shields/rebecca wells/cowboy poetry/kids vs. cops poetry slam/dudley
manlove quartet/theater schmeater/twilight zone/young composer's
collective/colobo/one world theater/gary heffern
***saturday, 31 august: the presidents of the united states of
america/indigo girls!!!!!!!/arlo guthrie/milt jackson/les ballets
trockadero/the starlights/dead reckoning/shanghai acrobatic theater/phoebe
snow(yes,2)/los straitjackets/tad/tito and tarantula/the mekons/luther
allison/poi dog pondering/average white band/on the boards at
bumbershoot/eavan boland/united states of poetry/sekou sundiata/gas
huffer/sir mix-a-lot/the david grisman quintet/reverand horton heat
westlake dance center/umo ensemble/seattle mime/bumberslam/preacher
boy/seattle men's chorus/critters buggin'/tom spanbauer/pat monaghan/laura
love band/little bill and the blue notes/jim knapp big band/living
daylights/skerik's smokestack/kent stevenson and the urban rhythms
chorus/man ray/carmina pirhana/the nields/miss red flowers/pilot/the dandy
warhols
***sunday, 1 september:nancy griffith/the rankin family/eric bogosian/les
ballets torckadero/"pussy, king of the pirates" by kathy acker and the
mekons/goodness/sweet water/paul cebar and the milwaukeeans/the fabulous
bud e. luv big band/big sandy and his fly-rite boys/rosie flores/shanghai
acrobats/supersuckers/the carpetbaggers/dave alvin/project bandaloop/blue
rodeo/hit explosion/tower of power/the golden umprella award honors dan
sullivan/tracie morris/naomi shihab nye/isaac hayes/spin doctors/james
armstrong/wailing souls
on the boards at bumbershoot/johanna melamed/theater babylon/dina
martina/lora and sukutai marimba/red as blue ensemble/black cat
orchestra/norman weinstein/the derivative duo/ritsu atomic violin
explosion/anodyne/model rockets/flake/intiman theatre's "smash"
***monday, 2 september:john lee hooker/tiny tim with brave combo/the
iguanas/crash test dummies/robert earl keen/sonia dada/vic
chestnutt/victoria williams/catie curtis/super deluxe/mudhoney/jai
uttal/trilok gurtu/bumberdrum ix/marva wright/angelique kidjo/august
wilson/combustible edison/michael palmer/g. love and special sauce
jumbalassy/roaster drum ensemble/jacara/ben black/seattle kokon
taiko/zydeco flames/prohibition jazz band/thomas arthur/ kt dance 4/4
culture/ronly blau/judy atkin/makedonians/the urban ghost band/little jack
melody and his young turks/jeff greinke's land/the
lemons/gruntruck/ottoman bigwigs/the real mckenzies/the eyefulls/lucky
me/dos fallopia/amanda vogel
"and many more!" <===direct quote
also there's the "taste of seattle" food fare (pricey but good), the 1
reel film festival (short films), art displays, folk arts, international
crafts, and most likely those unicycle juggler guys.  (always a hit)
**more important details**tickets- $9 advance/$10 at the gate for one day;
multi passes are $16/2 days or $29/4-day (only pre-purchase at pay less
drugs)  tickets are available in advance at ticketbastard or pay less;
they do not sell out, so you can bop on over to a payless on yer way to
the center.
transport/parking: the seattle center is located on queen anne hill, just
north of downtown.  parking sucks big green things.  the city bus offers a
bumbershoot shuttle from all over town, like at 15 minute intervals or
something, all day for all 4 days.  for you out-of-towners, you can call
metro when you get here at 553-3000 to get the bus schedule.
"festival entry does not guarantee concert seating!" <===mucho lines.

there is a hotline too; (206) 281-8111.  it might tell you what you can
bring in.  i think backpacks are usually okay, maybe searched.  drinking
water has been okay in the past, but food is not.  i think cameras are
fine, and stuff like that (but leave your ak-47 in the hotel) but you
don't want to pack too much in cause the center is a 74-acre park and
you'll do a lot of squishing through crowds.  no need for a chair; there
is no festival seating in any of the venues that i know of, and you can
park it on the lawn or on a bench unless it's raining (i'd do it anyway,
but i'm from these parts...)

other quick notes, if you're still with me!
**these are not including the wild stage folks, that's right, the daemon
people are not listed!  don't worry, they'll *probably* still be there,
knock on silicon
**i just noticed tom spanbauer in the lineup for readings!  tom rocks; if
you get a chance to read at all and you havn't caught this one yet, try
out "the man who fell in love with the moon", one of my all time favorite
novels!  i hope i get to see him
**but catie curtis might be playing at the same time! :)

that's it.  i hope you digest people aren't killing me, and i hope this
isn't too much of a burden for everyone.

*************************************************************************
"mother is the name for god in the hearts and the minds of all
children."--eric draven, the crow

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

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hey all you texans!

so, the ig show at the backyard is coming up in 10 days.. wondering if =
anyone attending this show still wanted to try to meet up before the =
show??

peace y'all,

dan perkins

"now everytime i eat vegetables
it makes me think of you..."
                --the ramones

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subject:      two questions.

i'm new to the list, so forgive me if these are faq's, but i don't think
they are ...

1) would some kind soul please email me a list of all of the indigo girls
b-sides, rarities, soundtrack or compilation only tunes, etc.

2) does anyone in the san francisco area want to get together and play ig
tunes sometime?  i play guitar and know a lot of their songs, but i don't
sing.

thanks in advance. - kevinc

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can you please help me? i have been trying to send a pic of my missing
daughter to the list. the list members have been a great help in this crisis
and i know they will be more than happy to keep their eyes open and to
forward her picture along. any suggestions?

debra furey-jones

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subject:      nigc please read, thank-you !!

hi y'all, terribly sorry but i've been asked to forward this. for your freedom, please
take the time to read this very short message :-)))))  thanks !!

message :

president bill clinton has been taking way too much advice from his right-wing
advisors like dick morris on the subject of doma. he needs to know that we will
not sit back and allow him to score election year points by denying basic rights to
lesbian or gay americans. it is the most important battle of our political lives and no
matter what we think about the timing or the politics behind this issue, we cannot
afford to sit this one out. this is an experiment in using the net for grass roots politics.
your voice will make a difference.

to participate in this experiment:

1. e-mail this message, exactly as it is, complete with this introduction to at least five
of your friends. add it to any mailing lists you are on. please, distribute as widely as
you can.

2. copy the message below the double line (edit it if you want), without
this introduction text, to a new e-mail message directed to the president.

3. address that new message to:

                president@whitehouse.gov

4. fill in your name, street address and the date in the appropriate places top and
bottom. the white house tosses e-messages with no street address.

5. in the subject line, write:

                veto doma

6. hit the send button and your copy of message will be on its way to the white
house.

if you follow all of these directions, the president could receive a few hundred
thousand messages titled veto doma. it hopefully would be too many to ignore.

we can and will make a difference in 1996!

    jeff harris
    seattle, wa
    jeff@aa.net


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president *
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>insert date here

president bill clinton
the white house
1600 pennsylvania avenue
washington, dc

dear mr. president:

republicans in congress, with the help of many democrats will probably pass the
so-called defense of marriage act, or doma. they created the bill from ignorance,
from hatred towards gay and lesbian americans and from the desire to embarrass you
in an election year. you helped its progress when, to make yourself look good in a
election year, you announced early that you would sign it. now, you must change
your mind and do the right thing. veto doma! we will not allow you to make
political gains by creating pain for gay americans and by denying their human rights.

we will not allow our votes to be taken for granted by a
callous
president! do not assume gay people, their families, friends,
and
neighbors will vote for democratic candidates as "lesser
evils".
people who feel disenfranchised tend to stay home or vote for third party candidates
as protests.

i ask you to remember the defeat of new york governor
mario cuomo who
alienated those gay and liberal voters who had once been
his most
enthusiastic supporters.

doma is a dangerous threat to the civil liberties of gay americans and to the
constitution itself.  as jim crow laws once did to african americans in the south,
doma would use the mighty power of the federal government to deny to one class
of citizens, gay americans, many benefits most americans take for granted, such as
the following: income tax benefits, pensions, social security survivor benefits, access
to partners in federal hospitals, immigration rights, and so much more that we have not
yet considered. doma would create under federal law two classes of citizenship
with different rights, one set for heterosexual americans and a different set for gay
and lesbian americans. this divisive law threatens one of our most important
constitutional principles, equal protection under the law.

you must do the right thing mr. president and speak out against the hatred, eschew
the politics of division and rise above the political expedience. do the right thing for
your country and its citizens. veto doma! raise your voice against this monstrous
injustice. use the power of your veto pen to bring us together, instead of your
signature to divide our nation by creating a new federally-ordered apartheid system of
injustice.

sincerely,


>insertyour name
>insert your street address
>insert your city, state, & zip code

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from:         gina walters <z4f49@ttacs1.ttu.edu>
subject:      re: nigc
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> hey all,
>
> sorry for the nigc, but this is driving me nuts... i *know* someone out there in indigo-land has the answer to this question.
>
> who wrote "you are the wind beneath my wings"?? we are having a debate about the author of this song in my office. some folks insist it was bette midler, for some reason i think it's julie gold, others think it was stevie wonder.... ??
>
> anyone know for certain??
>
> thanks,
>
> dan

it's julie gold.

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subject:      aaaggggghhhh!!!!!!!

hey you all, i am having serious problems posting a pic of sarah to the
list. it exceeds the allowable 1000 lines. geez ... who knew that?  anyway,
i think i've come up with a solution. if you would like to make some posters
for me and hang them or if you would like to forward sarah's pic along to
all your friends on the net (and they could do the same) please email me and
i'll send it out privately to you not the whole list. i am really getting
desperate as there has been no news. i truly appreciate the help. love to
you all!

hugs,
deb

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jones <jdjones@earthlink.net> writes:
> can you please help me? i have been trying to send a pic of my missing
> daughter to the list. the list members have been a great help in this crisis
> and i know they will be more than happy to keep their eyes open and to
> forward her picture along. any suggestions?

i'd recommend instead putting the picture on a web site.  pictures are
rather large to be send by email.  you can just email people the url.
if you don't have access to a web server, i'd be happy to put the
picture on my server.

first of all, what kind of computer do you have and what format is the
picture in?  if you'd like to get on irc, i can help you with this
step-by-step.  my nick is "peacefrog"

   -jude

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subject:      alcatraz show

hello all,

finally almost done moving now, it's taking a while since i'm working two
jobs at the same time... dontcha feel sorry for me? ;)

> subject: joan baez in seattle (igc for sf folks)
> as she was about to sing welcome me, she announced that dar
> williams (miss dar, joan called her..), ig and herself would
> be doing the alcatraz show (she said it was a show that her
> sister's bread and roses organization does) and invited us all
> down to attend.  she said it would be somewhere around oct. 20.

i was all excited about this, until i heard on the dar list that this is a
big serious benefit show and tickets are going to be over $100 for the
cheap seats.  nay, i canna affard it!

better get back to work...  oh, and the plaid album offer is hereby
reopened, now that i can tell you my new address to send a tape and sase:
escondido village #50a, stanford, ca 94305.  yes, there's no
street address, just the above. =)

peace y'all

scot the frantically unpacking


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subject:      re: indigo-girls digest - 9 aug 1996 - special issue

in a message dated 96-08-09 16:53:26 edt, you write:

>who wrote "you are the wind beneath my wings"?? we are having a debate =
>about the author of this song in my office. some folks insist it was =
>bette midler, for some reason i think it's julie gold, others think it =
>was stevie wonder.... ??

yes it was julie gold.

michelle

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subject:      bumbershoot times and dates

updated times for ig and others

indigo girls
   saturday  (they say 6:15-10:30 but really onstage 9-10:30)
   openers: seattle men's choir, phoebe snow 6:15-8:45

daemon records showcase
   saturday  3:30-5
     beloluna  3:30-4
     danielle howle 4-4:30
     michelle malone 4:30-5

ani defranco
   friday  7:30-9

nanci griffith
   sunday  1-3:45


hope this helps.

a lot acts are scheduled (over 2500) so check local listings later as they
say. my suggestions is to wait on the big namers and take advantage of the
chance to see less well known performers- fewer lines, fewer lines, fewer
lines. that way can see a number of acts and spend most of the day waiting
see someone who is likely to return within a few months anyway.

mike in seattle.

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rick,

thanks. only you and one other person got that one correct. lot's of =
folks thought it was julie gold, including me, but another listee looked =
it up in the encyclopedia of popular music and came up with the same =
names as you.


peace,

dan

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sent:   friday, august 09, 1996 4:28 pm
to:     dperkins@coa1.ci.austin.tx.us
subject:        re: nigc

hey dan yer all wrong!!=20
wind beneath my wings was written by larry henley & jeff silbar.=20
:)
rick

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from:         bertin lefkovic <indigboy@eden.rutgers.edu>
subject:      philly tickets for sale

i have two tickets for the electric factory ig concert in philadelphia next
thursday that i am trying to sell.  i will have them with me in newport,
hampton beach, and new york city, so if you are doing the road trip thing,
try to find me.  i don't think there is enough time to complete this
transaction by mail, and i have been burned in the past doing it that way, so
i probably won't do it that way unless i am really desperate.  i will be
incommunicado as of 5:00pm today.  so if you want to e-mail me and try to
arrange something by federal express, do it by 5:00pm today.  talk to y'all
soon.

peace

bert

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subject:      real audio tonight!

hey y'all,

   i wanted to let everyone know that tonight at 8pm central time (i think
that makes it 10pm eastern and 9 pm western time) that there is some
concert being broadcast live over the real audio net thingie.  maybe y'all
can check it out to get prepared for the upcoming ig concert on real audio.

                        --sunny

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subject:      re: shakespere???

at 12:09 pm 8/9/96 -0700, gwen wrote:
( about ophelia from hamlet )
>finally
>grief-stricken, she drowned herself in a river.

*my* overly suspicious mind says that hamlet's mother, the
queen, drowned ophelia....
see, the reference to this is in the lyrics:
"swamp ophelia i'm torn down let your waters let me drown
touch me i'm so beautiful rub your hands across my head just
like this".....
ummm... hamlet's mom held ophelia's head under the water...
yup... that's the significance of those lyrics...
prove me wrong :-)
peace all... kim ( counting down days till bumbershoot... )
<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
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     how much have you grown?"
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subject:      ophelia (nigc)

since were talkin' about her and all....

http://www.teleport.com/~mabs/ophelia.html

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x-to:         "kim: goddess of punnery" <rcn@prcn.org>

what about this theory...i had to listen to the song....

sounds too me like ophelia wanted hamlet's mother to hold her head down.
"it's not worth it if you don't..."

that's the feeling i get....

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>from:  kim: goddess of punnery[smtp:rcn@prcn.org]
>sent:  friday, august 09, 1996 3:27 pm
>to:    multiple recipients of list indigo-girls
>subject:       re: shakespere???
>
>at 12:09 pm 8/9/96 -0700, gwen wrote:
>( about ophelia from hamlet )
>>finally
>>grief-stricken, she drowned herself in a river.
>
>*my* overly suspicious mind says that hamlet's mother, the
>queen, drowned ophelia....
>see, the reference to this is in the lyrics:
>"swamp ophelia i'm torn down let your waters let me drown
>touch me i'm so beautiful rub your hands across my head just
>like this".....
>ummm... hamlet's mom held ophelia's head under the water...
>yup... that's the significance of those lyrics...
>prove me wrong :-)
>peace all... kim ( counting down days till bumbershoot... )
><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
>      <just kim>rcn@prcn.org
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>     how much have you grown?"
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from:         "christopher d. payne" <owen4@adnc.com>
subject:      re: realaudio concert

christopher d. payne wrote:
>
> mark anthony donajkowski wrote:
> >
> > if its archived isnt it then available for download in which case u can dl
> > it with 144 or whatever it just takes longer
>
well, it is my understanding that realaudio dl's it just as if it were
happeneing right now. so the same criteria apply to the archived
version. if i am wrong, someone please tell me.

chris payne owen4@adnc.com


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             ...and to give as much as i need."

                                    ig

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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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subject:      ophelia killed? was re: shakespere???
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i was ready to debate this point on ophelia and gertrude, and went back to
the source to check out the queen's alibies.  none at all, and she knew an
awful lot about how ophelia drowned.  her motive would be simple: she saw
hamlet kill polonius, ophelia's father, in cold blood and feared for her
life, so she sought to anger laertes, ophelia's brother, so they would
duel and hamlet would be killed.  the text implies that ophelia went mad
after hamlet killed polonius, and that is why she drowned...but all the
easier to kill, i guess.

are there swamps in denmark?

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children."--eric draven, the crow

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

on fri, 9 aug 1996, kim: goddess of punnery wrote:

> at 12:09 pm 8/9/96 -0700, gwen wrote:
> ( about ophelia from hamlet )
> >finally
> >grief-stricken, she drowned herself in a river.
>
> *my* overly suspicious mind says that hamlet's mother, the
> queen, drowned ophelia....
> see, the reference to this is in the lyrics:
> "swamp ophelia i'm torn down let your waters let me drown
> touch me i'm so beautiful rub your hands across my head just
> like this".....
> ummm... hamlet's mom held ophelia's head under the water...
> yup... that's the significance of those lyrics...
> prove me wrong :-)
> peace all... kim ( counting down days till bumbershoot... )
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date:         fri, 9 aug 1996 10:34:43 -0600
reply-to:     chris talbot <chris.talbot@m.cc.utah.edu>
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from:         chris talbot <chris.talbot@m.cc.utah.edu>
subject:      yet another farewell!

hello, kiddies.  the time has come for me to say fare thee well, for i am
moving to michigan!  fear not, however, i should be back on-line within
three weeks.  thanks again for keeping my time at work jolly and for all
your trades.  and howdy and alycia and corinne and all, thanks for your
friendship!  see you all in michigan!

chris talbot
<chris.talbot@m.cc.utah.edu>

"i cannot believe that the
universe could be so kind
as to be godless."
        --kevin smith

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date:         fri, 9 aug 1996 21:18:37 -0400
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subject:      re: bumbershoot official line-up

thanks gwen for posting the lineup !!!!!!!
of course, now i just can't resist giving you guys my hot picks !!!!!!
(besides the daemon showcase...which is where i'll be :)
(hey are we missing caroline aikens so far ????)

***friday, 30 august:

sex pistols/> i can die happy now... ;)

ani difranco/ >yeeeesssssss!!!!!!!!!!

phoebe snow/ >
"i gotthebluesformybabydownby.......the sa a a a anfrancisobay...."
(wooohooo !!!!!)

patricia smith/> ???????????? ;)

***saturday, 31 august:

the presidents of the united states of
america/>
this should be the big draw of the day, beleive it or not...miranda ???

indigo girls!!!!!!!/ >i hear that they are pretty good.

/phoebe  snow(yes,2) > what a treat !!!! its great to see that she's
performing again...i heard an interview with her last year and she was
involved in some kind of gospel project that sounded cool....
i'd love to hear her do "san francisco bay blues" !!!!! *chills*

the david grisman quintet/ >cool jazz !!!!!

laura love band/> don"t miss this one !!!!!

carmina pirhana/> the name alone draws me toward their stage

the nields/ i'd like to check them out...seen the name bantered about the
list...

***sunday, 1 september:nancy griffith/ > need i say more ?

"pussy, king of the pirates" by kathy acker and the
mekons/. this sounds interesting !!!

goodness/> miranda turned me on to these guys...they rock !!!

/tower of power/ > "you're still a young man....baaaaaaybeee !..."
will probably be packed...but i wannna see em !!!!

***monday, 2 september:

john lee hooker/ >  i'm there !

tiny tim with brave combo/ > this is gonna be too good to miss !!!

/vic chestnutt/victoria williams/catie curtis/> i'm there too !!!

makedonians/ a friend of mine plays fiddle in this band !!! gooo karen !!!!

dos fallopia/ >> funny !!! see them !!!

that is all !!!
over and out !!
mistress binkula

"i can almost run, fly, listen...like the animals do..."
laura nyro
(if she would play at bumbershoot i would do a happy dance of joy !)

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date:         fri, 9 aug 1996 21:27:43 -0400
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from:         brendan white <bwhite@lenin.cc.rochester.edu>
subject:      re: nigc (fwd)

>rick,
>
>thanks. only you and one other person got that one correct. lot's of folks
>thought it was julie gold, including me, but another listee looked it up in
>the encyclopedia of popular music and came up with the same names as
>you.
>
>
>
>peace,
>
>dan
>
>----------
>from:   rbsayre@aol.com[smtp:rbsayre@aol.com]
>sent:   friday, august 09, 1996 4:28 pm
>to:     dperkins@coa1.ci.austin.tx.us
>subject:        re: nigc
>
>hey dan yer all wrong!!
>wind beneath my wings was written by larry henley & jeff silbar.
>:)
>rick

but julie gold *did* write from a distance, which may be where the
confusion came it.

and nanci grifiths sang it first.
:)

-brendan

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date:         fri, 9 aug 1996 19:18:41 -0700
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subject:      caroline aiken at bumbershoot

i've gotten some inquiries on caroline aiken's date and time for
bumbershoot, so here's a mass posting for y'all...

caroline will be playing the wild stage on sunday, september 1st at 5pm.
(she'll also be playing an in-store at borders books in tacoma on tuesday,
sept 3rd at 7pm.)  caroline and i, and a bunch of pals from all over the
country, will be roaming around bumbershoot for the duration of the fest, so
we hope to see some of you around and about.

ciao,

lorene machado
manager
on the fly entertainment, p.o. box 39952, los angeles, ca  90039
phone:  (818) 787-2468, fax:  (818) 787-3031
e-mail:  lorene@flylive.com
caroline aiken website:  http://www.hidwater.com/aiken/

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subject:      murder most bloody and foul!!!!

hey all...
at 03:57 pm 8/9/96 -0700, gwen wrote:
a really good argument about why gertrude ( hamlet's mother ) could
very well have been ophelia's murderer. she ( gertrude ) definatly
had motive, and was way too informed about the drowning, and way too
lacking in alibi... dead to rights, gwen...
too too cool... these are the conclusions i came to as well in my study
of hamlet. ( part of my heritage is danish :-) although mostly i'm irish,
hence my bigger interest in hamlet than any other shakesperean play.)
course, my theory on the words from so was all in fun, but still... it's
neat to hear ( read? ) someone else spout the same conclusion about
ophelia and gertrude.
as far as jessica's theory about ophelia wanting gertrude to hold her
head down... :-) hmmmm.... could be... :-)

what a brain, that amy ray :-)

>are there swamps in denmark?
why, of course... have you never heard of swampenhagen???? :-)
"beautiful, beautiful swampenhagen, swampy old queen of the... la la la..."
yikes... time to go before i really draw flamage :-)
asbestos coveralls on!!!!!! heeyup!!!
peace... kim
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subject:      re: yet another farewell!
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where in michigan u moving to

on fri, 9 aug 1996, chris talbot wrote:

> hello, kiddies.  the time has come for me to say fare thee well, for i am
> moving to michigan!  fear not, however, i should be back on-line within
> three weeks.  thanks again for keeping my time at work jolly and for all
> your trades.  and howdy and alycia and corinne and all, thanks for your
> friendship!  see you all in michigan!
>
> chris talbot
> <chris.talbot@m.cc.utah.edu>
>
> "i cannot believe that the
> universe could be so kind
> as to be godless."
>         --kevin smith
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subject:      nigc - mary chapin carpenter

hey all

just got back from a kewl mcc concert!!!!!! she announced that her new
album will be out on october 22nd. if you have a chance to see her, i
would definitely recommend the show!

peace
-kay

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subject:      a samll breakthrough

since i promised to keep you all posted. here's the latest: one of the guys
that sarah was with (my oldest son, child from hell) was arrested in a
stolen car. he's in broward county jail for those of you familiar with
florida. which means he called for me to bail him out (i didn't) and he told
me the girls and the other guy were on the beach at the bahia cabanna hotel
in fort lauderdale, fl. we notified the fl police who would do nothing
because it is not against the law to run away in florida. even though there
is a question of abduction, sarah is still listed as a runaway. anyway, this
absolutely wonderful fbi agent that has been beyond helpful told us to go
immediately to the saugus police staion and file a chins (child in need of
services) warrant and they would be able to pick her up. well, an emergency
one of these had never beed done in ma, so it took lots of interaction from
the fbi , but we got it. it was faxed to the fort lauderdale police and they
said they would hold her so that we could come pick her up if they found
her. it doesn't look like they have much of a chance. that area is a mecca
for runaways. thousands of missing teens. so, i'm keeping my poster campaign
going and hoping that now that her brother was picked up, she'll try to
call. unfortunately the guy that they were left with is really bad news.
just got out of jail on weapons charges. what a mess! we were so hopeful
last night, but i guess having a warrant is pretty useless unless they catch
them.  :(    all of you who have us in your prayers, please keep at it. it's
greatly appreciated.  and don't forget if you want a pic of sarah to
circulate, just email me and i'll email one to uou presonally. i have to
send them out seperately. too big for the list. and thanks for listening. i
don't know what i'd do without you all.

hugs,
deb

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subject:      please read if you live in florida!!!!

my husband and i are renting a car and heading for the fort lauderdale area
to look for sarah. is there any list member that would be willing to let us
throw our sleeping bags on their floor???? our funds have been almost
totally depleted. please reply asap! we need to head out immediately.

hugs,
deb

p.s.
we promise to be very nice houseguests.


my phone # is 617-231-0481!!! call collect.

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subject:      re: nigc - mary chapin carpenter

hey all

just got back from a kewl mcc concert!!!!!! she announced that her new
album will be out on october 22nd. if you have a chance to see her, i
would definitely recommend the show!

peace
-kay

     woo, i totally second this. i saw her last weekend and she rocks! she
     had some much energy and looked like she was having sooooo much fun up
     there :) i did have 6th row dead center which made it all the better
     :)

     kira

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date:         sat, 10 aug 1996 18:09:44 -0400
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from:         tiffany <slugger@prolog.net>
subject:      mailless(nigc)

hey y'all, is everyone except me in newport, or are y'all just quiet? not
getting much mail around here. :(  just wanted to check to see if the list
was working. im mailless...


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date:         sat, 10 aug 1996 15:16:01 -0700
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from:         liz palmer <bregalad@zipcon.net>
subject:      bumbershoot (sigc)

no, tiffany, you're not the only one not at newport..here i am all the way
cross the country from it. :)

i do have a question to ask, though, for all you seattle folk. i just got
up to the area myself, and you can probably imagine how thrilled i was
when i finally got myself resubscribed to the list and found that ig were
going to be here soon! :)
what i'd like to know is.. is there any sort of meet in the works to see
ig at bumbershoot?

liz

bregalad@zipcon.net
'don't make me turn this car around!'

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date:         sat, 10 aug 1996 21:17:22 -0400
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subject:      quiet(nigc)

i am still here because i am not lucky enough to be in newport!! and i
have to work tomorrow, which was supposed to be my day off b/c my sup,
greg, (who i am absolutley in love with) flashed his baby blues at me
and i couldn't say no. ah, the things we do for love. have a great
weekend, even if we are not lucky enough to be seeing ig.  =(
kel
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if you don't make dust, you eat it.
when you learn to love yourself, you will dissolve all the stones that are
cast... (indigo girls)

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date:         sat, 10 aug 1996 21:24:53 -0400
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from:         "a. raine" <raine@faust.homecom.com>
subject:      blah blah, not much igc

'lo all, after a loooooong four months off the list, i am happily settled
in *drum roll* (a suburb of) atlanta! now, being a washingtonian, you can
imagine my dismay at not being able to see ig in my home state *sigh* but
hey, i'm in georgia now, and i think i'll be able to cope :) i swear i'm
not really going to ramble on like this for the rest of the email, but
you will have to forgive me because what i'm requesting is probably
blatant to the rest of you, but i've been out of it for too long.

can someone send me a (if any) concert schedule for ig?
can someone tell me about any new and upcoming albums?
can someone tell me about any atlanta appearances that they may be making?
can someone tell me the price of tea in china?

thanks y'all ..

raine

"safe in the arms of love's discovery..."

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date:         sat, 10 aug 1996 18:36:10 -0700
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subject:      re: quiet(nigc)

wooo hooo!!!!!!!!...
hubby's taking the kids to a movie + i get to stay home +
watch my ig videos!!!! ... not as good as being in newport,
but hey... the house + the remote control are *mine*!!!!!
only 21 days till i see the girls at bumbershoot!!! ( kim
crosses her fingers, toes + anything else ( ouch ) that she
can artfully manuever into such an awkward posistion :-)!!! )
peace... kim ( who is off to make pop corn + find the "god-wand" )
<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
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     how much have you grown?"
---------------amy ray------------------
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date:         sat, 10 aug 1996 18:39:19 -0700
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subject:      re: blah blah, not much igc

at 09:24 pm 8/10/96 -0400, raine wrote:

>can someone tell me the price of tea in china?

so... i wanna know what's wrong with tea in good ol' ceramic???
peace... kim
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     how much have you grown?"
---------------amy ray------------------
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date:         sat, 10 aug 1996 19:49:11 -0700
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subject:      re: quiet(nigc)

at 09:23 pm 8/10/96 -0700, i wrote:

> peace... kim ( who is off to make pop corn + find the
"god-wand" )<----for those of you who don't use this
expression :) i'm talking about the remote control for
the tv :) yikes... the feed back i've been getting!!!! :)
peace... kim, whos face is red red red!!! will my rep ever
be returned to its intact-ed-ness????
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     how much have you grown?"
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subject:      hello!

hello everyone.  i was wondering if anyone knows where to get a good ig
poster.   i really want one for next year but i can't seem to find one
anywhere.   please help.   thanks!!

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subject:      ?

why can't i ask about posters?  i don't understand.  i've been wanting one
for forever, and i thought this would be a good place to ask about one.
what's up?

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subject:      ig posters????

hey all... did someone tell tom not to ask about
ig posters???
hey... wait a minute... on this list, we're all
ig posters(erers)
but, anyway... anyone rember the info posted not so long back
about the posters from the fan club????
anyone???
peace... kim ( who expects to be tacked to a wall
any day now as she begins her life as a confessed
ig poster(er) )
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subject:      re: quiet(nigc)
x-to:         kdeis@kent.edu

in a message dated 96-08-10 21:29:34 edt, kdeis@kent.edu (kellie deis)
writes:

<< and i
have to work tomorrow, which was supposed to be my day off b/c my sup,
greg, (who i am absolutley in love with) flashed his baby blues at me
and i couldn't say no. ah, the things we do for love.  >>


:) i knew that i couldn't be the only one out there who finds himself at work
because his really cute manager simply asked!!!!!!!!!

rick
who says- screw newport!! go see
emma!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

if only for the great part when she says "i love john" and 2 seconds later
says "i hate john!!"

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reply-to:     gwen@mo.net
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subject:      re: nigc-the wind beneath my wings

dan---if the sheet music is correct-which i've just pulled from my piano
bench-the words and music are by two fellows by the names of larry
henley and jeff silbar---that's what the cover sheet says--hope this
helps--tricia--

20 days...

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reply-to:     mark anthony donajkowski <madonajk@alpha.delta.edu>
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subject:      re: hello!
x-to:         "tom g. lecroy" <tlecroy@aol.com>
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junkmans daughter in atlanta has a couple cool ig posters
hugs anthony van pyre

on sat, 10 aug 1996, tom g. lecroy wrote:

> hello everyone.  i was wondering if anyone knows where to get a good ig
> poster.   i really want one for next year but i can't seem to find one
> anywhere.   please help.   thanks!!
>
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from:         jones <jdjones@earthlink.net>
subject:      off line for a while
x-to:         meinhard@fastlane.net, archer@connectusa.com,
              oldwolf@user1.channel1.com, woods@mail.msen.com,
              104771.517@compuserve.com, leshchat@earthlink.net,
              katirose@ez2.net, kraichert@directs.com, dd@iquest.com,
              nleach@pcweek.ziff.com, sanawike1@aol.com,
              sparke61@maine.maine.edu, stvnbnntt@worldnet.att.net,
              helvasings@aol.com, resrecus@gate.net, clumber9@alliance.net

hi everyone! i wanted to let you know that i'll be offline for awhile as of
sunday evening 08/11/96. i used the computer rental payment to send my
husband to florida to look for sarah. i'm still looking for places for him
to throw a sleeping bag in fort lauderdale. if anyone has any info on sarah
or would like any info or has a place for geoff to crash please call me at
617-231-0481 (collect of course) and thanks for all your help and for
letting me take up bandwith.

hugs,
deb


p.s.

for those of you putting up posters, i'll still be sending them out. for
those of you willing to let geoff use a little floor space, he'll be
arriving monday night and will be calling me then to check in.  thanks again.

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subject:      please read if you live in southern florida!!!!

i am resending this post because i'm not sure it went out right and the
number of people has changed. it will only be my husband.  thanks guys!


>date: sat, 10 aug 1996 10:54:46
>to: ig list
>from: jones <jdjones@earthlink.net>
>subject: please read if you live in florida!!!!
>
>my husband and i are renting a car and heading for the fort lauderdale area
to look for sarah. is there any list member that would be willing to let us
throw our sleeping bags on their floor???? our funds have been almost
totally depleted. please reply asap! we need to head out immediately.
>
>hugs,
>deb
>
>p.s.
>we promise to be very nice houseguests.
>
>
>my phone # is 617-231-0481!!! call collect.
>

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date:         sun, 11 aug 1996 12:51:36 -0500
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from:         benjamin kyle smith <bksmith@panther.bsc.edu>
subject:      nigc-monique b. read this!
in-reply-to:  <pine.bsf.3.91.960810211942.3911a-100000@faust.homecom.com>

monique,
i have bee trying to get in touch with you but didn't know how.
i hope you will find this message.  anyway, you'll remember me from the
ig list trip to new orleans for jazzfest last may.  i will be in san fran
from august 12th-23rd, and i was hoping that maybe you and karyn (spelling?)
would have some time to visit.  i will be staying with my brother and
my number there is (415) 703-0971.  i will also try to look you
up once i get there.  i look forward to hearing from you, and i hope i
will be able to see you in sf!

                         yours,
                           ben

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subject:      thanks!!!!

hey y'all, i got so many responses about my poster question.  thank you so,
so much for all the help.  y'all are the best!!!!!  :) :)

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subject:      rob's final farewell....quito here i come!

well, this is goodbye everyone!  i will unsubscribe tomorrow.
i just wanted to say see ya later to everyone before i take off!  good luck
to everyone!  my home page is still up and running....and has been
updated!!!!!!!  so take a look at it, and it has the ig shirt info on it
still.

http://members.aol.com/ncrobino/robspage.htm

please write me!!!  i will be quite alone...and mail certainly can cheer a
guy up!
rob augino
pinto 330 y reina victoria
quito, ecuador
south america
ncrobino@aol.com
i will miss the discussions on the list, and the ig shows!#@%!#%^!!!!
oh well, the things ya sacrifice!
thanks for making the shirts such a success!  contact deb with any questions
regarding them now.  i will return dec 17th and i will resubscribe
immediately!
i am almost positive that i will be able to access my aol account through
ecuador...there is a local access # in quito via globalnet....pretty nifty!
i just have to get to a computer down there...i am gonna miss my computer:(
well, i promise to write those who write to me:)  thanks again everyone!
fare thee well!
take care
rob augino

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from:         amata <benorea@river.it.gvsu.edu>
subject:      trainspotting...

hello everyone...

because i could not go to newport, i decided to take myself out to see the
new independent film "trainspotting".  it was done by the same three who
put together "shallow grave".  both movies are exceptional, and i
recommend them to all listers.

the question i have is (for those who have seen it):
do you think this movie glorifies the life of heroin addicts?  those
critics who were stupid enough to rip on this movie said that this movie
will only encourage more of the slacker generation that heroin is where
it's at...

i whole-heartedly disagree...i don't want to go into anymore details until
i know that someone else out there has also seen it and wants to share
ideas about this twisted and haunting movie (or share thoughts about
shallow grave...)

waiting to hear from someone...

love
aim


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

-emily saliers

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from:         gwen@mo.net
subject:      re: trainspotting(nigc)

in response to the question, "does the film trainspotting glorify the
lives of heroin addicts" i'd have to say, i think not...the film does an
incredible job of showing just what heroin is, and does...it's a rather
honest portrayal--it's a film that shows (heaven forbid) that drugs are
enjoyable and this is why people do them...i thought it was very well
done, it can in no way glorify heroin addiction...the scene in which
renton goes through the stages of withdrawl is proof enough that this is
not a pretty thing to deal with.  so yes, it may make some people more
curious about the drug and apt to try it, but the majority, i think,
will be ultimately turned off by it...so, anyway, that's my little
schpeel about the film...btw, there is an incredible article on
trainspotting in september's issue of details, in case you're curious
...all for now, and continually hoping ig decides to play chicago...

tricia

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from:         alec heller <alec@nyc.pipeline.com>
subject:      re: ophelia killed? was re: shakespere???
x-to:         gwen keyt <gkeyt@paul.spu.edu>

y'all are gonna hate me for bringing this up again, but...

>so she sought to anger laertes

wasn't laertes the father of odysseus?  all those, i am odysseus, son of
laertes lines come back to me now...  i haven't read hamlet yet, but that's
just a fluke...  anyway, ummm, mayhaps that has something to do with
something?


alec

"them summer colds are the worst"
         -that guy in the gas station in steven kings "the stand"

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date:         sun, 11 aug 1996 20:36:28 -0400
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from:         jude shabry <jude@arisia.org>
subject:      for sale: 4 tickets to ig in roseland

i have 4 tix to the roseland shoow in ny, and changes in plans
have resulted in me not being able to make it.  i'm in providence, ri,
and i'll be going to the nh show tomorrow, so anyone who can do a
pick-up without having to fed-ex will take priority.

the price is what i paid, which is unforunately like $35 a tickets
when all the handling charges are factored in.  get in touch asap!!

   -jude

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date:         sun, 11 aug 1996 20:52:38 -0500
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subject:      mcc album

kewl kay wrote....

>>>>>just got back from a kewl mcc concert!!!!!! she announced that
her new album will be out on october 22nd. if you have a chance to
see her, i would definitely recommend the show!>>>>>>>>>>

so mcc comes out 10/22 and, hopefully, an ig album out shortly
thereafter.  could be a cool fall/winter!

melissa

p.s. does anyone know when the ig album will come out?

mg

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from:         stephen curry <sacurry@mindspring.com>
subject:      indigo girls anywhere near hopi again?

my best friends live and work on a reservation not far from the hopi civic
center where ig recorded jonas & ezekial. they went to college with amy and
emily and were devastated that they missed that show.

they called me and wanted me to ask you guys if anyone has any info on
another arizona show other than the phoenix (mesa) show coming up. perhaps
another return to the reservation?

any info appreciated.

sacurry@mindspring.com     http://www.mindspring.com/~sacurry
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subject:      re: nigc
x-to:         dan perkins <dperkins@coa1.ci.austin.tx.us>
in-reply-to:  <01bb85da.f0f9fb60@perkins_d.ci.austin.tx.us>

um, g'day...
i'm new to this list, but anyway, in response to who wrote "you are the
wind beneath my wings", we've been discussing it here in class and it's
been revealed that colleen hewitt, an australian singer recorded it some
years ago, but we don't know if she actually wrote the song...
cheers,

paris lord
brisbane, australia
...where ig aren't that big, but still have devoted fans!! fri, 9 aug
1996, dan perkins wrote:

> hey all,
>
> sorry for the nigc, but this is driving me nuts... i *know* someone out there in indigo-land has the answer to this question.
>
> who wrote "you are the wind beneath my wings"?? we are having a debate about the author of this song in my office. some folks insist it was bette midler, for some reason i think it's julie gold, others think it was stevie wonder.... ??
>
> anyone know for certain??
>
> thanks,
>
> dan
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reply-to:     stacy sheperson <mooch@arias.net>
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from:         stacy sheperson <mooch@arias.net>
subject:      veto doma (fwd)
x-to:         dhoecker@aardvark.ucs.uoknor.edu
x-cc:         cwt6913@is2.nyu.edu, akskibum@aonline.com, cera@helen.bush.edu,
              bronzedragon@juno.com, jladd@uoknor.edu

hello, all!  please forgive me for sending a mass message, but this is an
important issue that we all need to actively take part in, gay or straight.
as for posting it to the list, i don't believe doma has been addressed yet,
but sorry if it already has!

stacy

>>---------- forwarded message ----------
>>president bill clinton has been taking way too much advice from his
>>right-wing advisors like dick morris on the subject of doma.  he needs to
>>know that we will not sit back and allow him to score election year points by
>>denying basic rights to lesbian or gay americans.  it is the most important
>>battle of our political lives and no matter what we think about the timing or
>>the politics behind this issue, we cannot afford to sit this one out!  this
>>is an experiment in using the net for grass roots politics.  your voice will
>>make a difference!!!
>>
>>to participate:
>>1. e-mail this message, exactly as is, complete with the above introduction
>>   to at least five of your friends.  add it to any mailing list you are
>>   on.   please, distribute as widely as you can.
>>
>>2. copy the message below the line, without the above introduction, and
>>   send it to:   president@whitehouse.gov
>>
>>3.  fill in your name, street address and the date in the appropriate
>>    places at the top and bottom.  the white house tosses e-messages with
>>    no street address.
>>
>>5.  in the subject line, write veto doma.
>>
>>6.  send it off and your copy of the message will be on its way to
>>    the white house.
>>
>>if you follow all of these directions the president could receive a few
>>hundred thousand messages titled veto doma.  it would be too much to ignore
>>
>>we can and will make a difference in 1996!!!
>>
>>_____________________________________________________________________
>>
>>>date
>>
>>president bill clinton
>>the white house
>>1600 pennslyvania avenue
>>washington, dc
>>
>>dear mr. president:
>>
>>republicans in congress, with the help of many democrats will probably pass
>>the so called defense of marriage act, or doma.  they created the bill from
>>ignorance, from hatred for gay americans and out of the desire to embarrass
>>you in an election year.  you helped its progress when, to make yourself look
>>good in an election year, you announced early that you would sign it.  now,
>>you must change your mind and do the right thing.  veto doma!  we will not
>>allow you to make political gains by creating pain for gay americans.
>>
>>doma is a dangerous threat to the civil liberities of gay americans and to
>>the constitution itself.  as jim crow laws once did to african americans in
>>the south, doma would use the mighty power of the federal government to deny
>>to one class of citizens, gay americans:  income tax benefits, pensions,
>>social security benefits, access to partners in federal hospitals,
>>immigration rights, and so much more that we have not yet considered.  doma
>>would create for the first time under federal law two classes of citizenship
>>with different rights for gay and straight americans.  this divisive law
>>threatens one of our most important constitutional principles, equal
>>protection under the law.
>>
>>you must do the right thing mr. president, speak out against the hatred,
>>eschew the politics of division and rise above the political expedience.  do
>>the right thing for your country and its citizens.  veto doma!  raise your
>>voice against this monstrous injustice.  use the power of your veto pen to
>>bring us together, instead of your signature to divide our nation by creating
>>a new federally ordered apartheid system of injustice.
>>
>>sincerely,
>>
>>>your name
>>>your street address
>>>your city, state and zip code
>>
>>
>>
>
>

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from:         "to amber r. batson." <jobethsue@aol.com>
subject:      '97tour?

i can't go to the dallas concert.  it is my first week of my freshman year in
college and my parents made a deal with me that if i didn't go, they would
help me go somewhere to see the ig in concert next year.  do you know how i
can get info on '97 asap?
  thanks,
amber

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subject:      re: bumbershoot schedule

hey all you bumbershooters (bumbershootees??)...

trust me, you won't want to miss caroline aiken at the wild stage, 5pm on
sunday, sept. 1. i caught her show last night in atlanta at the red light
cafe and the girl has got it goin' !!

also, caroline's next newsletter is coming out in about a week.  if you'd
like to check it out, let me know your snail mail address. btw, this issue
will include documented proof of where amy ray learned the "peepee dance".
that's all i'm gonna say...   ;)

rebecca

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subject:      tell us all about nff!!

ok you lucky folks that went to nff.  spill it!  tell all!  what did
they sing?  what did they say?  what did they wear?  did anyone get to
meet them?  most importantly, did anyone boot the show and when can we
get copies?

                                         vicariously yours,
                                         tuesday's child

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from:         jude shabry <jude@arisia.org>
subject:      list meet in new hampshire??

hey there..

since this venue seems to be awfully close to a beach (or so i've been
told) i think it would be neat for us early birds to meet up on the
beach and hang out until the concert.  the weather ought to be perfect
for beaching all day, anyway.. :)

so the question is, to someone who knows the area: where exactly
should be set up camp on the beach?  further, does anyone have
something visible (a big umbrella in a distintive pattern?) they can
use to mark us as new folks arrive?  if noone has anything better, i
can bring a bunch of balloons.

whee!!  and i'll be wearing my list shirt, of course.. :)

   -jude

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date:         sun, 11 aug 1996 21:17:31 -0700
reply-to:     "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
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from:         "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
subject:      newport

well, i am not going to make a *long* post, but i will say it was
a fabulous festival.  my highlights:  friday nights "on a summer's
night show", joan aramtrading on sat, and of course ig on sunday.
ig played a loty of new songs, many of which have been discussed
here:  chiapas bound, get out the map, dont give that girl a gun,
shame on you, it's alright..a couple of others.  emily played a
solo song on the piano.  it was a very soft ballad (which she
to restart..."fuck i messed up,  gotta start again")  i couldnt
understand a lot of the lyrics but it sounds great.  they were in fine form,
very happy to be playing again.  sara lee and jerry played with them,
and they were joined by michelle malone for some songs.  michelle did one
of here own, dont know what is called.  seh played an incredible solo
on electric in "down by the river".  one lucky fan/list member (i'll
let her tell her story) joined ig on stage for closer to fine.
didnt hear a release date for the new album, but i did hear amy say it would
be called "map".  i have to say i was very impressed with the new
material.  i know other will fill in other details.  i'm tired and
my feet hurt, so i am going to bed. i'll see some of you in hampton
beach.


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

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date:         mon, 12 aug 1996 01:00:24 -0400
reply-to:     emily shu <emilys@snet.net>
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from:         emily shu <emilys@snet.net>
subject:      newport

>ok you lucky folks that went to nff.  spill it!  tell all!  what did
>they sing?  what did they say?  what did they wear?  did anyone get to
>meet them?  most importantly, did anyone boot the show and when can we
>get copies?
>
>                                         vicariously yours,
>                                         tuesday's child

        i saw tons of you list people running around in the shirts!  i spoke
to a few people, but i couldn't get to any gatherings in newport since my
campground was pretty far away.

        they played a lot of new stuff.  emily had one song at the piano
with voice, solo.  it was beautiful and sad.  michelle malone played with
them on a few songs.  my mind is filled with so much... it's been a crazy
couple of days.  all the new songs were incredible.  i'm sure whoever taped
it wants to transcribe lyrics and trade tapes, eh?  (hint hint ;)  there
were so many new songs!  :) !  released stuff, they played least
complicated, galileo, closer to fine, tried to be true, bury my heart at
wounded knee, and down by the river.

        their set started at 5:30 or so, and it ended at about 7:20, to give
you guys a sense of our experience, and let you guess how much time was
taken up by the cooooooool new stuff.  amy was wearing a navy t-shirt with
writing i didn't read and tight white pants.  emily looked like she does in
the 1200 curfews cd with a similar baggy shirt and a smile.  my friend saw
emily during the day sunday, and amy was visible watching ani difranco from
backstage on saturday.

        the new stuff included some non-g rated language here and there, and
officially out of the closet lyrics.  someone who taped can elaborate on
these silly observations.  forgive me everyone, but i must get some sleep.
a couple hours sleeping in a tent didn't do it for me this weekend.

        i didn't like the newport atmosphere as much as the smaller folk
festivals.  i'd never been before.  i couldn't miss seeing amy and emily
though.  it had been far too long since i'd last seen them live.

        how were the list gatherings?  what did everyone else think?

        -emily

                              "sometimes we get lost
                       even in the town where we were born
                              sometimes we are found
                               sometimes we're not"

                                   -crash vegas

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date:         mon, 12 aug 1996 08:26:50 est
reply-to:     "paul j. sgroi" <paul_j._sgroi@ccmail.c-tec.com>
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subject:      nigc: jackson browne...

     my wife got me free tickets to see jackson browne this thursday
                at the local amphitheatre--had anyone seen him this current
                tour? what kind of stuff is he doin'?
     ---------------------------------------------------------hippie dream

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date:         mon, 12 aug 1996 09:00:00 -0400
reply-to:     wenny da pooh <tool5600@kutztown.edu>
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subject:      re: shakespere???
x-to:         "kim: goddess of punnery" <rcn@prcn.org>
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ya know, i never thought of it theat way, it would make sense though.
maybe she was afraid that  ophelia would take away her devoted son. (a
shakespere soap opera begins!) good thinkin'!!
joy, peace and trying to stay awake on a cloudy day,
wen

on fri, 9 aug 1996, kim: goddess of punnery wrote:

> at 12:09 pm 8/9/96 -0700, gwen wrote:
> ( about ophelia from hamlet )
> >finally
> >grief-stricken, she drowned herself in a river.
>
> *my* overly suspicious mind says that hamlet's mother, the
> queen, drowned ophelia....
> see, the reference to this is in the lyrics:
> "swamp ophelia i'm torn down let your waters let me drown
> touch me i'm so beautiful rub your hands across my head just
> like this".....
> ummm... hamlet's mom held ophelia's head under the water...
> yup... that's the significance of those lyrics...
> prove me wrong :-)
> peace all... kim ( counting down days till bumbershoot... )
> <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
>       <just kim>rcn@prcn.org
>  "pain from pearls-hey little girl-
>      how much have you grown?"
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date:         mon, 12 aug 1996 09:17:41 edt
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subject:      back from nff

first of all, i need to get soemthing out of the way:

sue, could you roll up the window? my nose is all stufffffeeeeee

okay, sorry for the gratuitous inside joke :)

nff fuckin' rocked! of course the the girls were the highlight but the whole
two days was amazing.....ani was amazing, michelle shocked was amazing, suzanne
vega was amazing. the weather was perfect ( i'm sunburned as hell today, but
that's what aloe is for!) and the setting for the folk festival is gorgeous.
ifany of you passed it up this year and have the chnace to go in future years,
by all means go!!!!!

anyhoo, a little igc. they came on to play at about 5:50 p.m., after a long,
incredibly frustrating period of waiting after michelle shocked to get the
stage setup. they opened with least complicated (sorry, i didn'ty write down
the setlist...i'm gonna wing it) and then launched into their new stuff...

amy was wearing jeans, black tshirt, blck boots....emily was wearing whitish
shorts, a greyish shrit, and these funkeeee blue boots that looked like the
kinds boxers wear. they seemed to be in a jovial mood, cracking small jokes
here and there and making small talk with the crowd.

as i mentioned, they did play all of their new stuff (chiapas, shame on you,
get out the map, and a few others which i had think were brand-spanking new).
they also played "i don't wanna know" with mm and "tried to be true" (haven't
heard that one in eons live, yyyyeeeeessssss!). i wish i had time to go into
the fuckinawesomeness of the whole set but i have to run to a meeting so i'll
let some other new englander pick up where i left off....i'm headed to hampton
beach ina  few hours...more tomorrow!!!

bye y'all,
susan
p.s. yes! they invited a  fan on stage....she was awesome, she sang the last
verse of ctf with them, and sue and i wondered, is she a lister? this
incredibly lucky person??? huh huh? it was the second encore. gotta run, lovies
bye.

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date:         mon, 12 aug 1996 06:41:02 -0700
reply-to:     "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
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from:         "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
subject:      newport set list

i shoulda included this last night.  for tyhose who want to know:

least complicated
dont give that girl a gun
get out the map
tried to be true
wild horses
bury my heart at wounded knee
michelle solo..dunno the name of hte song
shame on you
emily solo on piano..did she tell us the name?
kind friend
it's alright
chiapas bound (amy solo)
dont wanna know*
galileo (end first set)
donw by the river (encore)
closer to fine

* funny thing about this..amy introcuded it as a song she and michelle
wrote about 25 million years ago.

'twas a good set.  i'm lookig foprward to hearing them again tonight.


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

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date:         mon, 12 aug 1996 10:05:00 edt
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subject:      collector's edition???

hi everyone....

hope everybody had an awesome time at nff (i'm insanely jealous of all you)
!

anyway, i was in a store this weekend and saw something interesting--a
"collector's edition" of the ig cd...it was 24k gold, and it was in
different packaging, but other than that the tracks were the same etc.
okay, what is up?  it was $15 more than the regular ig cd!  what is the
advantage of having this?  is it new?  do they do it for other groups?  is
it a shameless ploy by the record co's to make more money (dumb question)?
this isn't the same thing as the enhanced cd's y'all were talkin 'bout  a
few weeks ago, is it?   have i been living under a rock for not knowing
this?  do i ask too many questions?

well, i was just curious.   have a groovy day!

amy

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date:         mon, 12 aug 1996 10:04:43 edt
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subject:      re: tell us about nff!!

i second that request!  for those of us who have had to
endure the torture of watching y'all posting info about
newport for the past *month* it's the very least you
could do ;) <haha>

denise

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date:         mon, 12 aug 1996 10:31:01 -0400
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subject:      re: newport....the shirts!
x-to:         emilys@snet.net

in a message dated 96-08-12 01:05:25 edt, you write:

<<
         i saw tons of you list people running around in the shirts!  i spoke
to a few people, but i couldn't get to any gatherings in newport since my
campground was pretty far awa >>
cool!!!!
take care
rob

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date:         mon, 12 aug 1996 08:32:21 -0600
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subject:      boot compilation: no curfews

well y'all,

     that bootleg compilation tape i was talking about putting together as
my own personal version of 1200 curfews is finally done.  it's called no
curfews.  i got the idea one day when i was throwing a pot (as in pottery,
not violence) and listening to a new tape i had just gotten in a trade.  it
was this version of amy doing squeaky fromme.  and it, like much of their
music, is like a giant hand that reaches down into my throat and grabs my
heart and pulls it out and holds it out in front of me, beating!  this
intense, raw emotion is the stuff of life.  so this tape is comprised of
those  live versions that really grabbed me, for whatever reason.  if
enough people are interested, i could set up a tape tree.  so, let me know
by private e-mail if you'd be interested in a copy of this tape and/or
being a branch on the tape tree.

side a
ballad of squeaky fromme   (6/10/90 wfrg)
southland in the sprintime   (unknown show)
prince of darkness   (3/19/88 carrboro,nc)
everybody's waiting...   (5/17/88  wrek)
chickenman    (8/9/90 the roxy-atlanta)
romeo and juliet   (4/27/91  university of rochester)
the woman in me   (8/9/90  the roxy-atlanta)
the water is wide   (club r&r)
i wanna be your lover   (unknown show)
love's recovery   (6/21/91 red rocks)

side b
no way to treat a friend   (4/18/91 blacksburg, va)
weakness in me   (unknown show)
holy city   (golfing buddy bootleg)
hey jesus   (11/13/87 chapel hill, nc)
pushin' the needle too far   (shades of indigo)
play it again, sam   (4/22/90 washington, dc)
fugitive   (iwtoc)
down by the river   (nff '95)
reunion  (7/1/95 radio session 1)
closer to fine (7/1/95 radio session 1)


also, i'd like to do a second version of this tape.  if y'all have your own
favorite versions of their live stuff, drop me a line and let me know  what
tape it's on and i'll keep a running tally and do a second tape like this
(if this one goes over well).  let me know what y'all think.

                        --sunny

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date:         mon, 12 aug 1996 11:17:45 edt
reply-to:     "christopher m. becker" <cmbecker@space.mit.edu>
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from:         "christopher m. becker" <cmbecker@space.mit.edu>
subject:      newport

hey folks,

  well, i'm sunburned but i had a great time!  i got to meet about 10
list people or so and i finally have some faces to put with the
addresses =)

  as for the festival -- wonderful!  i was dissapointed i wasn't able
to get one of the limited editions of the program (for those who
weren't there, they realeased a version of the program with two cd's
-- a folk sampler and a 3 song ig disk, however all the tracks were
availiable on 1200 curfews so it wasn't a huge deal).  kim and i went
to claim territory and by the time i went back to the tent they were
sold out.  supposedly, there were only 500...

but that was the only downer really.  the surprise find of the show
had to be moxy fruvous who went on first thing sunday morning.  they
got the crowd singing and dancing right off the bat.  the hmv tent was
swarmed after their set.  they must have sold out in 20 minutes....
susanne vega killed as well.  i heard the set, but didn't see it -- i
was doing the list meet thing.  the girls rocked too, but everone else
seems to be saying what i want to say so i won't repeat it other to
say me too.  "shame on you" is awesome and i loved em's song on the
piano about friends taking off from airports -- it was really sad
though "and for wach plane that takes off, there is someone who will
never see someone again" -- or something like that.  a&e went on to
talk about touring and the year off:

        a:  you get this year off, but then you realize you spend all
                the time picking up all the shit that happened during
                the touring year.

        e: (very subdued) lots and lots of shit.

something like that.  both "get out the map" and the piano song seem
to be em's attempts at dealing with changing relationships, especially
in the case where your career consumes you.

  ani's set was good, but i would have changed her song selection.  i
was left non-plussed by michelle shocked.  sure she's talented, but
her set basically consited of telling gatemouth brown what to play.
to be fair, there were extenuating circumstances -- her band was
stranded in new york.


  anyway, *waves* and hellos to the folks i met, and everyone else
too.  hampton beach tonight!!!!!

                                -- chris

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date:         mon, 12 aug 1996 11:31:22 -0400
reply-to:     "keates, harry" <hak@crai.com>
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from:         "keates, harry" <hak@crai.com>
organization: charles river associates
subject:      newport!  stop #3 on baby's concert tour

the baby tour took an unexpected, and quite delightful, turn yesterday as
at the last minute we got to go to newport!!!!!!!!

my wife and i found out saturday night that we would be able to go, so we
packed up everything had headed south.  my daughter, who is now
officially one, her first birthday was last week,  had one of the best
days of her life.  she was awake the whole day and did not stop smiling
or laughing once.  by the end of the day she could barely keep her eyes
open becasue she was so exhausted, but she was still smiling.

it was a really great day.  i mean really, really great.   unfortunately,
becasue we didn't know until we were going til the last minute and we got
there late (not til half way through the first act) we weren't able to
meet up with the group, though chris becker stopped by to say hi and i'm
sure i must have met others of you without knowing it.   i was the guy
with the beard who was walking around with the blonde one year old who
was laughing and smiling for 7 straight hours.  we met and saw so many
people who just filled her with sheer delight.

anyway, some thoughts:

i'll let other people talk more about the music itself because we were
further back and we were kind of distracted in the middle of the set,
but the music was awsome.   as for other performers, we liked gatemouth
brown the best of the others to perform on sunday, but before ig came on
we didn't pay that much attention to the music.

the highlights of the non-new material, imho,  were an incredible down by
the river and wild horses, both of which featured michelle malone.  this
is the first time i've seen her play with ig and i must say, anyone who
has been harbouring thoughts that sarah is a lttle overboard with her
devotion to michelle is maistaken.  she was incredible on both songs!

also, whoever it was who got to sing on closer to fine was great!  not
just the singing, but the dancing too!  : )   with all the talk that
there has been about if ctf could become stale, this time it certainly
wasn't.

of the new songs i liked chippas bound, shame on you, and it's alright
the best.  i think they are all great.  it's alright got the biggest
crowd response of the new material, at least of the people around where i
was.  i totally missed emily's piano song and kind friend.

my daughters favorite song, by a mile, was bury my heart at wounded knee.
she was so tired she looked like she was going to fall asleep by the
third song.  she sat mesmerized through all of wild horses. then bury my
heart came on and she just lit up.   she danced and laughed through the
whole song and was ecstatic by the end.

we had such a great day becasue the crowd was really wonderful.  i spent
about half the day walking around the park with my daughter and we made
friends everywhere we went.   everywhere we went, people were just so
nice and open with us and doing things to make my daughter laugh, even
when she wandered into other people's camp areas, uninvited, it was
great.  after bury my heart, she wandered into a group of women who were
so funny with her that she was laughing hysterically through the who
middle of the section of the show.  i was worried that emily was going to
tell us to quiet down from the stage since we were making such a ruckus
during the quiet songs.

anyway, sorry if this is a bit long winded and gushy.  the unfortunate
part is that after not sleeping all week becasue of work,
i had to stay up til 4:00 am this morning after getting back from the
show to do the work i should have been doing during the day.
i can barely see straight as i type this, so i apologise for any typos.
it was definately worth it.

thanks for indulging me.  peace,

next stop, carl noonan.

  harry a. keates
  email: hak@crai.com

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date:         mon, 12 aug 1996 12:34:18 -0400
reply-to:     mark anthony donajkowski <madonajk@alpha.delta.edu>
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from:         mark anthony donajkowski <madonajk@alpha.delta.edu>
subject:      i finally got the boots
x-to:         "keates, harry" <hak@crai.com>
in-reply-to:  <57ac6d37011c0e00@crai.com>

alright here is the situation i finally got those boot legs now before u
all jump for joe let me say while they are not as good as the one jazz
fest they are better then the other jazz fest they are recorded from the
audiance and are pretty good cant hear anyone tlaking in them so they are
pretty damn good id say maybe 6 rows back maybe more now those of u who
agreed to do the tape tree here is what i need 1 u to write me back for my
address for u to send 2 blank tapes and return postage and 2 after u get
your copies back to then tape for the list id love to but i personally do
not have the time i can probally get 2 other boots from this guy as i said
i havent seen them elsewere  tapes are 100 minutes each i am listening to
the first one right now and its great and its got everyones favorite
bassist on it so write me back and lets get this going hugs anthony van
pyre
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hammer and nail                     play  it again sam
welcome me                          romeo and juliet
strange fire                        southland in the springtime
pushing the needle to far           prince of darkness
love will come to you               chickenman
land of canaan                      watershed
galileo                             all along the watch tower
never stop                          american tune
center stage
indigo girls houston texas 09-03-94
fugitive                           angles in the trees(w/murray attaway)
wood song                          ghost
secure yourself                    chickenman
hammer and nail                    galileo
renunion                           kid fears
power of two                      language or the kiss
land of canaan                    southern man (w/kristen hall)
mystery                           closer to fine (partial)
this train revised
least complicated

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date:         mon, 12 aug 1996 09:48:19 -0700
reply-to:     "kim: goddess of punnery" <rcn@prcn.org>
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subject:      keep the stories coming!!!

hey all you lucky newport goers...
keep your stories coming... it's a great vicarious
thrill for this listee who wishes she was there
( but gets to go to bumbershoot in 19 more days ).
i'm especially looking forward to reading about
the listee ( if it indeed was a listee ) who got
to to be on stage with the girls to sing closer to
fine :) what an incredible experience that must've
been.
peace all... kim
<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
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"pain from pearls-hey little girl-
     how much have you grown?"
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date:         mon, 12 aug 1996 10:57:50 -0600
reply-to:     sunny <sun@swcp.com>
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subject:      no curfews: tape tree

hey y'all,

   well, the response to my "no curfews" compilation tape has been
incredible. what i need to do now is get tape tree volunteers.  if you can
and are willing to dub this tape for 10-20 people let me know.  tape tree
volunteers can send me a blank 90 min tape and a sase for their copy and
i'll make up 20 inserts for each volunteer and mail them back with their
tape.  the insert isn't anything fancy, just something i can print on my
printer and xerox 4 per page (something like the red light cafe insert).
     my next project is a video tape compilation.  i've already started
making a list of stuff to go on this.  i'm hoping to make a 4 hour tape or
so.  i've got roughly 30 hours of bootleg ig video, some of it even from
high school, i think.
this project will undoubtably take a few months as well. i am a television
producer here in albuquerque for our public access channel and could
possibly do some fun effects on this. we'll see...

                        --sunny

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date:         mon, 12 aug 1996 13:12:58 edt
reply-to:     deng@vnet.ibm.com
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subject:      who sang ctf newport?

okay this is probably going to be echoed by others, but
*who* was it that got to sing with them?  was it a
lister?....

(going back to lurk-dom)

denise

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date:         mon, 12 aug 1996 11:47:00 edt
reply-to:     "krisko, amy" <kriska@emdpos4b.daytonoh.ncr.com>
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subject:      ha ha

anyone ever heard of "bumpershoot?"  me, either...but according to the ig
tours section on the epic website, that's where they're playing on 8/31.
watch that spell checker, guys..... ;)

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subject:      sweet relief ii

this may be old news to some of you, but it was news to me....
i was browsing in a local record store on saturday and glanced through
the 'tribute' cds and found one called "sweet relief ii - the gravity of
the situation" - with the igs performing a vic chestnutt song called
"free of hope." (all of the songs were written by vc - nanci griffith
performs with hootie & the blowfish, rem, soul asylum and others are on
the cd - don't have it with me, or i'd give you the set list/performer.)
es plays piano on the track.

nancy humphries
nancy@rbdc.rbdc.com

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subject:      bumbershoot

only 19 more days till bumbershoot!!!  yay yay yay!  sundara does her
little happy dance!   okay,  i've talked to kim,  who, fingers crossed,
will most likely get to come to bumbershoot, and i've talked to sarah in
oregon (are you there? i haven't heard from you)  and we've talked about
listees meeting up, and possible setting something up so we can see the
daemon records shows at the wild stage, while simultaneously standing in
line for the indigo girls.  i'm volunteering myself, unless someone else
wants to do it, to somewhat coordinate a listees meeting, so if you are
coming to bumbershoot, and you wanna meet up, let me know.  and if you have
any good ideas on where to meet up, or how we should work this thing, let
me know.  yay!  love sundara

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date:         mon, 12 aug 1996 12:41:31 cdt
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subject:      a clip from the newsgroup

the newsgroup has endless discussions about a&e being lesbians and whether
or not a&e have been involved.  saw this in the newsgroup and thought some
folks may be interested...

"in <4uer37$cem@sjx-ixn5.ix.netcom.com> kristen4@ix.netcom.com(lynne
pruiksma) writes:
>
>in <4tr9je$c86@newsbf02.news.aol.com> stacafer@aol.com (stacafer)
>writes:
>>
>>were amy and emily ever involved with each other intimately?
>
>ive heard that..
>
>
whatever you heard had to have been a rumor.  amy has just cleared this
up once and for all in an interview published in the 1996 ben & jerry's
newport folk festival program.  she said:

    "i always think of [emily] as the perfect best friend.  i guess
one of the reasons we've always been like this is that we've
always had the same kind of relationship.  the nature of it
never changed -- we never had a sexual encounter -- we never        had
a real conflict -- we were always just completely friends."

i hope that this helps!  the interview is three pages long and is
definitely worthy of a spot in the lifeblood archives - i'm going to
volunteer to retype it for entry.

fran egan"

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subject:      boots

the houstan texas boot i mentioned is not that good sound quality its
kinda tiny and loud it is probally only for folks who ig runs their life
which is everyone on the lsit<g>
hugs anthony van pyre

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subject:      need roseland tix please!!!

hey, does anyone (especially someone in the long island/nyc vicinity) have
an extra roseland ig ticket they want to get rid of?  i really want/need
one etc.!  thanks!

heidi:)

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did anyone boot this???

on mon, 12 aug 1996, amy j. putnam wrote:

> i shoulda included this last night.  for tyhose who want to know:
>
> least complicated
> dont give that girl a gun
> get out the map
> tried to be true
> wild horses
> bury my heart at wounded knee
> michelle solo..dunno the name of hte song
> shame on you
> emily solo on piano..did she tell us the name?
> kind friend
> it's alright
> chiapas bound (amy solo)
> dont wanna know*
> galileo (end first set)
> donw by the river (encore)
> closer to fine
>
> * funny thing about this..amy introcuded it as a song she and michelle
> wrote about 25 million years ago.
>
> 'twas a good set.  i'm lookig foprward to hearing them again tonight.
>
>
> amy p.                          /       who holds your hand
> pegasus@crl.com                /        when you're alone
>                               /
> the original photo monk      /                  --patty larkin
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subject:      re: collector's edition???
x-to:         "krisko, amy" <kriska@emdpos4b.daytonoh.ncr.com>
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its better sound quality digitally remastered and usally worth it i have
the meat loaf one
hugs anthony van pyre


on mon, 12 aug 1996, krisko, amy wrote:

> hi everyone....
>
> hope everybody had an awesome time at nff (i'm insanely jealous of all you)
> !
>
> anyway, i was in a store this weekend and saw something interesting--a
> "collector's edition" of the ig cd...it was 24k gold, and it was in
> different packaging, but other than that the tracks were the same etc.
>  okay, what is up?  it was $15 more than the regular ig cd!  what is the
> advantage of having this?  is it new?  do they do it for other groups?  is
> it a shameless ploy by the record co's to make more money (dumb question)?
>  this isn't the same thing as the enhanced cd's y'all were talkin 'bout  a
> few weeks ago, is it?   have i been living under a rock for not knowing
> this?  do i ask too many questions?
>
> well, i was just curious.   have a groovy day!
>
> amy
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date:         mon, 12 aug 1996 12:49:13 -0700
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subject:      nigc-melissa etheridge

for all of the me fans here: at 6pm this thursday she'll be chatting on
aol, in musicspace.
(i read this in the newspaper, but don't know a thing about aol.)

glad everyone had fun at newport.
love,
karey

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subject:      need more roseland tix

anyone...please help! a few of my friends want to go to the show too! i
need three more tickets! i'm keeping my fingers crossed!
-heidi

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subject:      rhode island list members (nigc)
in-reply-to:  <31a36d37011c0e00>

are there any listmembers from rhode island that get the providence
journal, or, at least, today's (monday's) providence journal?

if so, could you please contact me?    thank you!

  harry a. keates
  email: hak@crai.com

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subject:      bonnie parks...read!!!!!!

your shirt was returned to me, and i leave in the morning......for ecuador!!!
so, it was forwarded to:
po box 100651
anchorage...
but the time expired it says and so then it was returned to me.  send me your
new address asap!  and i will try to send it to ya tomorrow...or when i
return in december....18th.  well...$3 out the window...please get in touch
with me.
otherwise, i will talk to you in december.
take care
rob

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subject:      the dead

well, i was reflecting on the year gone by last friday...  i even called my
mother's boss, who happens to be a deadhead, and wished him a happy
jerry's-dead day...  but the question is, did the girls do anything by the
dead, other than, of course, uncle johns band.  (incidentally, i'm related
to warren zevon, who did casey jones on that album... )  the dead wrote
plenty of songs that they would do well..  could you imagine them doing
truckin?  no more enema though...  anyway...  also, did they do anything
other than melissa by the allman bro's.  they'd prolly do some of their
stuff pretty well...

alec

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subject:      roseland tix, (won't we ever stop)

well y'all...

i tried to get them through a friend, but i failed... if any of y'all still
have any available, please email me asap...  thanks alot,


alec

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subject:      newport boot

sorry guys ... i hope someone else taped it - please oh please ...

i taped it, but the tape i used was no good - (brand new too ..)

all you can hear on the tape is hissing and a & e very faintly ... and that's
at full blast ... i've narrowed it down to being a bum tape, because i taped
alot of other stuff and they all came out great ...

so if anyone out there taped it, please let me know - we'll set up a tape
tree, whatever it takes !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

i also taped - ani difranco, joan armatrading, maura o'connell, lisa loeb and
michelle shocked ...

as for the girls ... saturday as my sister, her husband and i were walking
down out of the first parking lot (when you come out of the gates), these
cars kept beeping at us to move so they could get by, so after about 6 of
them, my sister got pissed and started yelling at this mini-van trying to get
thru ... so i'm checking out the van to see who the hell it is that thinks
they're so fucking special .. and ... in the back seat (ya know the rear one
- like the third seat or whatever) is this chick with short red hair and
sunglasses - man she looks familiar .. split second goes by and reality hits
*slap* - oh my god it's emily !!!!!!!!!!!!!! (now if i only could speak) ...
so i immediately give the van the 'ol once-over in search of amy ... and as
they get past me ... who do i see peering out of the truck-part fo the van
??? yes our very own amy .... i almost collapsed ... i couldn't move ... they
were like 2 feet from me and i couldn't do anything but smile really stupidly
....

and how many of us were gawking at amy hanging out in the grass by the side
of the stage while bruce cobern was playing >>> ?????????

guilty ...

chris

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subject:      newport folk festival

i'm burned to a crisp and loved every minute of it!!
ani  rocked!  i respect her choice of songs in light of the number of small children in the
audience. although 'amazing grace' would have been cool.
spotted amy to the right of the stage during ani's set. she was munching total cereal out of
the box. i got some shots of her. (hope they come out).
the girls ruled!  i think the stones must have written 'wild horses" with amy in mind! the new
'experimental' music is excellent! hope to see it make it to cd!
saw lots of listserv shirts in the crowd. how can i get one?
this had to be the best weekend i had in a long time! the entire crowd was kinda like a big
family, felt very safe to be amoung so many 'intimate strangers'. from now on newport folk
festival is going to be part of my life!


stephen...

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subject:      absolutely nigc

hey y'all,

sorry for the nigc, but i found (well, my mother found) this web site =
and i thought some of y'all might be interested in it. especially those =
into environmentalism.

http://www.circus.com/~no_dhmo/

peace,

dan

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subject:      ooh ooh ooh

hey !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

ok ... only part of the tape is screwed up ... it may have some value to us
after all ...

stayed tuned !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

chris

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subject:      newport

hey y'all... im soooo jealous! sounds like newport rocked! two questions--
does anyone know who the lucky listee was?? and, did anyone boot the show???
i gotta hear it some way... more details for us unlucky ones who couldnt go...

tiff

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subject:      re: kim: goddess of punnery

<i'm especially looking forward to reading about
<the listee ( if it indeed was a listee ) who got
<to to be on stage with the girls to sing closer to
<fine :) what an incredible experience that must've
<been.
<peace all... kim

hey kim,

i think her name is linda.  she's a listee/ex-listee?'s (maggie) best
friend.  i was up in the front w/ them.  these photographers kept turning
away from the girls to photograph maggie and her friends.  they kept asking
them questions about the ig t-shirts they were wearing and seemed pleased
that the group was such an enthusiastic bunch.  it was so much fun when she
got called up.  maggie kept screaming "she's my best friend! she's my best
friend!"  it was great!
heidi:)

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subject:      set list:  michelle's solo

on mon, 12 aug 1996, amy j. putnam wrote:

> i shoulda included this last night.  for tyhose who want to know:
>
> least complicated
> dont give that girl a gun
> get out the map
> tried to be true
> wild horses
> bury my heart at wounded knee
> michelle solo..dunno the name of hte song

the song is called the edge
> shame on you
> emily solo on piano..did she tell us the name?
> kind friend
> it's alright
> chiapas bound (amy solo)
> dont wanna know*
> galileo (end first set)
> donw by the river (encore)
> closer to fine
>
> * funny thing about this..amy introcuded it as a song she and michelle
> wrote about 25 million years ago.

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subject:      this is getting worse

hello again listees ...

i'm so torn apart over this freakin tape ... after going over (as i am still
now) with a fine tooth comb, i'm realizing that some of it is listenable ...
so far we have:

tried to be true (complete)
winstead (not complete - but good portion of it)
kind friend (complete)
it's allright (complete) - one of those songs with cool lyrics :)

more to come ...

chris

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subject:      bumbershoot

thanks to everyone who was quick to post the bumbershoot schedule.  with your
posts and what's been posted on http://www.speakeasy.org/bumbershoot i almost
feel like i know what's going on.  the line-up looks incredible this year!!!!

sundara, i am still very interested in helping to coordinate a meeting place of
some sort.  (i'm still out here.  i was backpacking out in the sisters
wilderness for a few days.  unfortunately there are no phone lines out there to
check in with the ig list. :-) )  if you want to be the point person, cool.

i've heard from kristina in bellingham too.  we're supposed to let her know if
we cook something up.

what time are people planning to start standing in line for the ig show.  the
seattle men's chorus and phoebe snow are opening for them, but phoebe snow is
also playing on friday night.  the daemon showcase ends at 5:00 (and of course,
michelle malone is last!).

there are so many good shows from which to choose.  oh, what a terrible problem
we have... :-)

sarah
sarah_scilley@ccmail.uoregon.edu

ps  hey claire r., are you still on this list?

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subject:      newport...and possible boot

hey everyone,

just got home from newport.  it was so great.  ani, indigo girls, joan
armatrading, suzanne vega all rocked :>   i camped fairly far away myself so
i didn't meet too many people from the list.  i did meet several ppeople at
the show and saw some shirts.  anyway, most people have already posted many
of the details about the show so i won't elaborate too much.

a woman sitting next to me made a boot of the show and i got her address.  we
made a deal that she'd send me that boot and i'd send her a copy o the nojf
show.  the only problem was that her tape ran out at the end of galileo so
the encore won't be on there.  i have no idea how the quality will be or
anything...but when she sends it i will be sure to let everyone know.

i need to go eat something now and take a shower after a weekend of
camping...goodbye for now :d

elizabeth

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date:         mon, 12 aug 1996 19:33:46 -0400
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subject:      nigc: something other than nff

ok .. off my tape dilemma subject ..

the natalie merchant show/atlanta pride show i have been dubbing for people
... i still have three tapes here that no one has claimed ... if you sent my
tapes about 2 weeks ago and haven't received them back yet, please e-mail me
so i can do your tape - they are both on 100 minute tapes and the sase's sent
to me had no note or anything in them to tell me what exactly i was taping
...

chris

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subject:      update on nff boot

ok .. looks like i have 1/2 a tape ...

and i still don't know why ... bum tape ??? must be ...

anyways - i have :

tried to be true
winstead
kind friend
it's allright
chiapas bound
i don't wanna know (the 25 million year old version)
galileo
down by the river
closer to fine

please tell me there's another listee that taped it ... i can't be the only
one ... c'mon who's holding out :)

there were sooooooooooo many listees floating around - no one else brought a
tape deck ??? someone save me .... i don't wanna be held responsible for the
whole lists only chance at hearing this incredible show of all new songs
(mostly) -- help !!!!!

chris -- enjoying what i do have !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!   ;)

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date:         mon, 12 aug 1996 20:53:35 -0400
reply-to:     annemarie farrell <debatediva@gnn.com>
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subject:      newport extravaganza!!

        i was so sure that spf 10,000 would be enough, but i burnt to
a crisp anyways. i became walking toast. . .but i was happy toast.
what a great concert!! met a lot of you guys there, and it was a
pleasure to finally put a face to the name.

        i thought they played a superb concert, and emily's new
ballad is simply beautiful. so many people commented on how
wonderful rob and deb's shirts are and i must have given out the
mailing lists address about a thousand times. hopefully our family
will grow much larger.

just my 2 cents -- hope to see you all again at future shows!!

smiles :)
annemarie

p.s. -- to all the people i'm trading with, i am one of the "lucky"
ones who have been helping with the democratic national convention.
i've been in and out of my house, but i will send everything out by
the end of the week.
      ***annemarie hugs every one of you for your patience :)***

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date:         mon, 12 aug 1996 20:56:30 -0400
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subject:      re: bumbershoot

for all of you that are heading to bumbershoot, i'm going to be there also
and would like to meet up with everyone, but i'll be out of email contact
starting later this week until after bumbershoot (i have to go collect
plants in the rockies...darn!)  so, if there isn't any meeting place by
then, i could give someone an email address where i can get a message most
likely...  anyway, if people want to organize a meeting spot, let me know!

shannon

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subject:      re: bumbershoot
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hey, i'll be there too!  let me know where ya'll are gunna be :)

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kristi vockler             got a garden of songs, where i grow
vockler@pacifier.com           all my thoughts, wish i could harvest
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subject:      helloooooo??? ig question...

hey all...
sure is quiet on the list...
i have a dumb question ( so what else is new? ) um... does
anyone know the significance of the ever so strange picture
on the so cd??? is it *in* the style of a certain artist... or
is it *the style* of a certain artist... and was this style
chosen for any important reason, or just on a a whim, or just
because it looked good.... why... huh huh, tell me... cause i got
one o' those enquiring minds ( if ever i can find it )and i wanna
know.
peace all... kim ( who is feeling redundant because she used the
word "style" three times in one paragraph... *sigh* and i wanna
be a writer when i grow up? )
ps... oh, and heidi... thanx for the interesting story about your
friend's friend at newport :) great experience.
<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
      <just kim>rcn@prcn.org
"pain from pearls-hey little girl-
     how much have you grown?"
---------------amy ray------------------
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subject:      in hong kong....

     hi everyone,

     i signed-off for a bit due to me move from nyc to hong kong.  i've
     been here for only two weeks and already miss ig, since i left right
     at the hiatus of their concert schedule in the states.  boohoo...
     well, although all the personal ig concert stories are totally
     depressing me and making me completely homesick as i haven't yet fully
     adjusted to life in hong kong, it does also at the same time gives me
     comfort.  so thanks to all who post personal stories.

     if i can survive living in foreign lands, i'll be in hong kong for two
     years (work related of course).

     oh yeah, does anyone have russell carter's address, if so can someone
     send it to me?  thanks.

     holly

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subject:      so cover & hi i'm back

i think, but am not positive, that i heard or read somewhere that the funky
collage on the so cover is by a local artist friend of theirs who made the
picture to be a sort of combination of significant objects that represent
the songs on the album. i still haven't been able to figure out what most of
them mean, especially the birdcage. this artist, (who's name escapes me,
though i know it's signed on the bottom of the collage either on the cover
or back of the cd case) also did a similar collage for rites of passage that
went on one of the tour t-shirts. my friend has it and we had fun pouring
over it and figuring out what every item represented.

oh, and by the way, i'm back from my family vacation to rochester, ny. i
spent saturday & sunday in the car, riding home and it was the most
depressing thing to be driving away from the east coast where newport was
going on and the other concerts this week will as well. on that note, please
you lucky souls who were there, keep posting newport info, i'd love to hear
anyone's stories, even if they seem repetitive. oh and to everyone going to
the upcoming concerts, have an incredible time! and think bootlegs!

                                       ~abigail

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subject:      russel carter

holly asked for russel's address and i was wondering, when you guys contact
him, do you do it through the office, or his home? i'd assume office, and if
anyone has the number there, could they send it to me? thanks.

                          ~abigail

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subject:      nashville revised

ok, so i was really bored on the ride home from new york to wisconsin on
sunday, and i started this, mainly out of frustration at not being at
newport. i don't know if i can ressurect the ig parody thread, but if anyone
has any similar ideas, do post them and we could have some fun on the board
playing weird al again. this one isn't particularly funny (i was not in a
good mood) and it isn't particularly good either, perhaps someone out there
will get something out of it though. also, it's extremely unfinished as i
stopped it in progress to get some sleep, and since i'm no longer in the
situation i was in when i wrote it, i've been having trouble finishing it
up. so anyway, here it is:

                  "newport" (to the tune of "nashville"

        as i drive out of new york state, i realize
        i'm headed the wrong way
        mini-van doors, they keep me locked inside
        travelling west, it's not where my heart lies

        newport folk fest. is where i long to be
        partying with amy and emily

        oh newport, you're not far down the road
        wish i could drive, can't help it, i'm not that old
        newport, tell me when i'll get my chance
        to party with you, 3 days to sing and dance....

that's as far as i went, definately no competition for "fred mann's still"
or "northland in the springtime" but i thought i'd contribute it.

                     ~abigail (who is hopefully done posting for the night!)

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subject:      re: so cover & hi i'm back
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on mon, 12 aug 1996, abigail wrote:

> oh, and by the way, i'm back from my family vacation to rochester, ny. i

hehe- that's cool.  i just got back *from* vacation to my vacation to
ma/ri to my home in rochester.  :)

ah well.  went to the ncc.  incredible.  found like 5 cd's i know have
to get.  got the biggest rush in the world from the girls.  after
saturday's fest, was walking baco the field-o-cars, and heard a car
honking behind me.  i was about to curse (they were one of like 10 cars i
saw that parked next to the gates), when i saw it was a&e!!  as silly as
it is, i will forever have the picture of amy waving back to me as the
caravan she was huddled in the *way* back of slowly drove past me. :)

yea, it's no meeting with her, but the fact that my eyes met with
someones who's music has so touched me, and she acknowledged my presence.

-brendan
--who feels really corney and fan-like... but happy none the less.

* brendan white                         bwhite@lenin.cc.rochester.edu        *
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* to love another person is to see the face of god."                         *

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subject:      really dumb pot thought

hi again, i seem to be posting up a storm tonight, i'll try and make this
one the last for a while, i'm just so glad to be back on the list! :)

ok, now i am feeling totally stoooopid at the moment, because i only just
recently noticed something major from power of two. (does that ever happen
to you all, where you completely miss something from a song, despite hearing
it zillions of times?) well, i always took pot to be a nice, soothing song
about a relationship of em's and it cheers me up sometimes, but basically is
nice for when yer feeling mellow, as emily put it 'it's a little ditty.'
but, like every ig song i own, i've heard it over and over and over again
(never too much repetition though ;) ) but i never picked up on the
mathematical theme until really recently! i just took 'power of two',
'adding up the total', 'multiply life' to be nice analogies, but i never
connected them! well, i guess it's really not a big deal, but i'm tired, and
this board seems in need of posts so i thought i'd share. has anyone else
missed kinda obviously references like that?

                  ~feeling boneheaded, abigail

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subject:      oh newport- how i love you so!

alright this is going to be very short because i am still in complete shock
from yesterday and i need to get a hold on myself....
i was the one that emily chose to come up and sing ctf with them.  i can't
believe it actually happened and i want to tell you all every single detail but
i think i will save that for tomorrow.  heidi!  c'mon, you knowt that my name
is lynn and not linda...that's alright, i'll forgive you because i saw that
picture of you and michelle malone tonite when i was at maggie's house.  i hope
i'm speaking to the right heidi.. anyway, i don't know why this happened to me-
i never have good luck with anything.  i still think it was actually a dream.
oh, i must go to sleep now.  more tomorrow!

                                i am definitely a fortunate one,
                                lynn

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subject:      curious new listee

first of all, abigail, i liked your nashville revised...but you mentioned
two other works of art: "fred mann's still" and "northland in the
springtime"...i'm brand new to the list, so i haven't heard them yet...if
anyone would be willing to re-post them...(the authors, perhaps?)...i could
always use a good laugh...
also, if any kind souls out there would like to help out this new-comer
who's feeling a bit lost, you can e-mail any info that might fill me in on
what happening in the land of indigo...any contributions will be warmly
welcomed...
thanks so much...
leah...

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subject:      good news!!!!
x-to:         connie824@clubhouse.email.net, cyndie3@aol.com, jvanree@juno.com,
              kpanneli@ice.lakeheadu.ca, rana@goldrush.com,
              sylvia@actcom.co.il, onanyes@bradley.bradley.edu, janmv@tiac.net,
              meinhard@fastlane.net, archer@connectusa.com,
              oldwolf@user1.channel1.com, hede@1xix.mro.dec.com,
              woods@mail.msen.com, 104771.517@compuserve.com,
              deerfly@earthlink.net, leshchat@earthlink.net,
              joconnor@user1.channel1.com, katirose@ez2.net,
              kraichert@directs.com, dd@iquest.com, mglnsky@magicnet.net,
              nleach@pcweek.ziff.com, sanawike1@aol.com,
              sparke61@maine.maine.edu, stvnbnntt@worldnet.att.net,
              helvasings@aol.com, resrecus@gate.net, clumber9@alliance.net

just wanted to let everyone know that as i write, sarah and her friend and
both dads are in a hotel room in florida!!!!!  they will start their trip
home tomorrow.  to all of you who called and sent letters and helped with
posters, etc. thank you! thank you! thank you!  this has been the longest
week of my life. and due to the generosity of some very special freinds i
was saved from having to lose the computer! so i'll be on line for awhile
yet! again, thank you all so much.

hugs,
deb

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subject:      nff

well, now that sarah's safe i can again contribute something other than
pleas for help. so i just wanted to tell you all that i've been reading all
the posts from the lucky folks who went to newport. and i am so glad you all
had such an awesome time. keep writing, your stories are wonderful.

hugs,
deb

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subject:      a dream...

     hey guys,

     i know it's about 3:30am est, but it's 3:30pm here in hong kong and my
     bosses just both left the office, so i can have a little goofing
     around time.  so, i thought i'd post this dream i had in the beginning
     of the week. i've been meaning to get this down in my journal but just
     haven't been motivated enough to do it.  since it's been a few days
     the little details of the dream i've already forgotten, but the gist
     is that amy was in my dream, weird.

     here we go:

     for some reason this dream takes place on the campus of upenn.  ig is
     supposed to perform for an outdoor concert in some garden.  where is
     there a garden at upenn, i have no idea.  anyway, so amy's just
     hanging out and i just walk over to see if it's really her.  we end up
     talking about something (it was unclear in the dream too) but whatever
     it was i ended up pressing my face against her.  (i guess showing or
     proving something, i have zippo idea)  it was one of those dreams that
     i could actually feel her face on mine.  do you know what i mean.
     anyway, during that time i my stomach was in knots and filled with
     butterflies.  anyway, i think she had to leave to start theire portion
     of the show and we agreed to meet later.  but during the concert she
     dedicates a song to me and says something that really bothered me.
     something insinuating that we were not going to meet up later.  all i
     know is that i couldn't figure out what changed her mind and i was
     really disappointed.

     that's it, weird, huh?

     i think it's just anxiety over my move to hong kong.  who knows?  any
     dream interpreters out there?

     still looking for russell's address....

     holly

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subject:      words of ig wisdom

hey gang.

why the hell i'm up at this hour, i don't know.

anyhow, i had an ig dream the other night--they were playing in my backyard
under the oak tree for me and sixty (wherever that no. came from) of my
closest friends.  damn don't i wish that could be reality.  anyway, we all
partied afterwards and all you list people came to the party. we all had a
blast.

i got inspired from this dream to write an "all i really need to know about
life i learned from amy ray and emily saliers" script which included mainly
lines from their songs.  i will be publishing this on my soon-to-be web page.
i'd like to have input from y'all out there (the contributors will all be
acknowledged, i promise).  what have you learned from them?  in the spirit
of this genre, i'm looking for concise thoughts.  (like my own thoughts are
concise, but what the hay)  you don't have to be too personal if you don't
wish to be.  and please post these to the list!!  everyone would enjoy
reading them.

i'll start:  "the hardest to learn was the least complicated."  (it's my
favorite ig line of all time.  as some of you may remember, i thought emily
must have had ap calculus in mind when she wrote it.  :)  )

this ought to be fun....see y'all later...a southerner who's proud of it, mary

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subject:      need philly tix

hey all,
just got back from newport with sunburn and all.  the girls were so good i
can't wait 'til thursday's show in philly (loved the new stuff; even the
depressing songs). i have my tix but i met 2 other women from philly (big ig
fans) at nff and they have none.  anyone with an extra 1-2 tix they'd be
willing to part with?
--maria

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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 08:25:33 -0400
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subject:      need tix!!!!!!!!!!!!!

hey all :)

this is just your basic beg for tickets......

please...please

seeking 1 roseland ticket (for howdy who's held over from colorado) and
3 philly tix (for miranda [seattle], trant [texas] and howdy)

if able to help, we would be most appreciative.....
if you can help either e-mail me or call 717-336-3712 ext. 337 during working
hours (est) and we can work out something.....

thanks for your attention y'all.......take care!

:) eric   (eric nerino)

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subject:      re: indigo-girls digest - 11 aug 1996 to 12 aug 1996 - special
              issue

>anyway, i was in a store this weekend and saw something interesting--a
"collector's edition" of the ig cd...it was 24k gold, and it was in
different packaging, but other than that the tracks were the same etc.<

yeah, that's part of sony's "mastersound" series.  it's a remastering of the
self-titled album on a 24-karat gold disc.

the gold disc bit, in my opinion, is hype.  allegedly, you get fewer
dropouts, and a longer lasting disc.  according to ultradisc, a leading
manufacturer of gold disc recordings, you get "overall better quality for
your listening dollar."  yeah, right.  even if you've spent 10 grand on your
listening equipment, you won't be able to tell a gold disc from an aluminum
one.  in my experience, anyway.

the remastering, though is another matter.  mastering is the part of the
manufacturing process whereby the master tape of the album is transferred to
elements from which cd's (lp's, laserdiscs, etc.) can be pressed.  many early
cd's were mastered very poorly - in many cases, cd's were pressed from tapes
that had been equalized for pressing records, so the sound wasn't optimized
for the digital medium. lately, the art and science of cd mastering has taken
great strides, and many old discs are being remastered, resulting in better
sound.

sony's mastersound series uses their own particular process ("super bit
mapping") for mastering a disc, and based on the handful of mastersound discs
i bought, it's a pretty solid one.  in fact, i would say that the sony
mastersound edition of dave brubeck's "time out" is one of the finest
sounding cd's in my collection.

however, the whole point of mastering is to accurately present the original
source tape as faithfully as possible, while retaining musicality.  the
problem is that if the source tape isn't all that hot, the end product isn't
going to be all that hot, either.  and, unfortunately, the source tape for
"indigo girls" apparently didn't hold up too well.  based on my listening to
the mastersound version, the tape has suffered "print-through," where the
magnetic layers of tape that lie next to each other on the spool start to
influence one another.  if you listen closely to the tail-out of most of the
songs on the disc, you'll hear the song end twice...  first, you'll get the
normal ending, and then, a second or so later, v-e-r-y quietly, you'll hear
the ending again.  sort of like a ghost on a poorly recieved tv station.
which is a terrible shame, because in every other way, the mastersound disc
is superior.  the sound is more dynamic, and the clarity is increased.
personally, i usually listen to the gold disc, but if i'm using headphones,
the print-through is too glaring, and i prefer the other version.

the packaging of the collector's edition is superior too, with a 4-color
picture disc label (of the album cover) and a nicely printed booklet that
folds out to a larger-than-lp-sized reproduction of the cover.  (well, the
main photo on the cover, anyway.)  you also get a nicely textured slipcover.

my recommendation is that if you're going to be listing on a boombox, or in a
car, it's really not worth it, unless you're into the packaging.  if you've
got a higher end playback system, i'd rate it a "maybe."  but i certainly
wouldn't expect to entirely replace the regular version with it.

-vic.
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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 07:59:03 cdt
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subject:      re: kim: goddess of punnery

what ig t-shirts were they wearing?  ones that were created via the list?

- jen hall
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from heidi lloyd <lloydbtc@pipeline.com>, on 8/12/96 10:19 pm:
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<i'm especially looking forward to reading about
<the listee ( if it indeed was a listee ) who got
<to to be on stage with the girls to sing closer to
<fine :) what an incredible experience that must've
<been.
<peace all... kim

hey kim,

i think her name is linda.  she's a listee/ex-listee?'s (maggie) best
friend.  i was up in the front w/ them.  these photographers kept turning
away from the girls to photograph maggie and her friends.  they kept asking
them questions about the ig t-shirts they were wearing and seemed pleased
that the group was such an enthusiastic bunch.  it was so much fun when she
got called up.  maggie kept screaming "she's my best friend! she's my best
friend!"  it was great!
heidi:)

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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 09:06:00 -0500
reply-to:     andrew bissaro <abissaro@bbn.com>
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from:         andrew bissaro <abissaro@bbn.com>
subject:      hampton beach

hello, everyone.

if seabrook leaked, melting hampton beach into the sea, i might not have a
problem with that.  god, what a hellish scene.  luckily, all disappointing
externals were themselves melted by the near-nuclear beauty of these two
women.

  i was blown straight out of the top of my head, and still haven't
returned.  when they came out and eased into "welcome me," the collective
swoon began.  the songs are becoming a world tour, with geographic locales
sprinkled increasingly liberally--anyone notice this?  they are casting a
net of song over our world.  the new songs were incredible.   dgtgag is the
best amy i've heard in some time.  what a climax!

my fave, though, was undoubtedly: e's "winthrop" which she played on piano
(is there an instrument she doesn't excel at?); this song has deep personal
meaning for me, sending years of my life streaming with emotion before my
eyes.  (i spent my college years in winthrop; to hear this angel sing about
the coffee shop where i waited for the bus, the planes overhead, the
fishermen......oh boy......) she is writing the songs of my life while i'm
still learning to play the bass!   time to get out the guitar (and the
map...).

now, back here under the fluorescent lights, amidst the buttoned-up souls,
i'm newly looking forward to leaving corporate america in sept....

best,
ab

andrew bissaro
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find love by charting a course, you'll never find it."  --van cliburn

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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 08:16:18 -0500
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from:         "joseph c. borah" <joeb@midwest.net>
subject:      nigc re:jackson browne

saw jackson very early on his tour in st. louis at the fox theater.  it was
really a good show.  he has a very good band touring with him.  if i remember
correctly he only played 4 or 5 songs from the new album "looking east" and i
think played songs from every album except "lawyers in love".
however, the main reason i would not miss this show is because shawn colvin
will be the opening act.  in my mind, she is one of the best singer/songwriter/
muscians in the world.
enjoy.

                                                      joe


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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 09:21:43 est
reply-to:     "cynthia a. crecca" <crecca@admin.njit.edu>
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from:         "cynthia a. crecca" <crecca@admin.njit.edu>
subject:      roseland--- list meeting?

hi.  i am enjoying reading all the great reviews of recent ig shows as
i patiently wait my turn to see them in nyc tomorrow night.

i was wondering if any list meetings before during or after the show are
in the process of being arranged... ?   i am going to the show alone
(long story) and would really love to meet up some list members...

if anybody has any plans to meet, ideas about meeting, or finds the
possiblity remotely intriguing, please let me know. :-)

cynthia---- i'll be the one wearing the list t-shirt so you can all spot
             me. :-)

crecca@admin.njit
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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 09:22:00 -0400
reply-to:     kellie deis <kdeis@kent.edu>
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from:         kellie deis <kdeis@kent.edu>
subject:      ig wisdom

this is cool, so i have one. actually, it is kinda repetitive
repetitive b/c it is in my sig file. so just read it there.  it is
something i need to hear everyonce and a while to remind myself that
the person that it is most important that they like me is me....after
that everything else will fall into place.   kel
--
what you are achieving is not as important as what you are becoming.
the opposite of lonliness is not togetherness, it is intimacy. (r.bach)
if you don't make dust, you eat it.
when you learn to love yourself, you will dissolve all the stones that are
cast... (indigo girls)

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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 09:32:22 -0400
reply-to:     margaret clayton <maclayto@mhc.mtholyoke.edu>
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from:         margaret clayton <maclayto@mhc.mtholyoke.edu>
subject:      roseland

hello!  i am driving down to roseland from mass. and i'm not taking the
day off from work, so i can't wait outside for a seat.  is there one
person here who would be willing to let me and my dad (ig=family bonding
this wed.) join their group in line at about 4pm?  i would be much
appreciative.  free boots or whatever i can spare to someone who takes me up!

margaret

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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 08:48:05 cdt
reply-to:     jennifer hall
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subject:      another viewpoint of the nff - from the newsgroup

here's a more specific set list from someone on the newsgroup...
==============================================================

"well, i actually brought a pen to write down the set list!  sara lee
played bass and jerry marotta played drums, and amy and emily played
acoustic guitars unless otherwise noted.  the set lasted 90 minutes,
including the encore.  so here it is, with my notes:

1. least complicated

2. don't give that girl a gun (new - amy's)
        had a "country rock" i.e. "eagle-ish" feel.  great song!

3. get out the map (new - emily's)
        amy played mandolin and emily played banjo!  a road song with a
great line in the chorus, which the crowd loved: "i'm going to love you
good and strong while our love is good and young."

4. tried to be true
        michelle malone joined them on mandolin and backing vocals.
emily played a blistering, crunching solo on the electric guitar with
lots of distortion.  proof that you don't need testicles to rock out...

5. wild horses
        mm played electric guitar and amy played mandolin.  amy sang
verse 1, mm verse 2, and they took turns on verse 3.  an incredibly
soulful cover - mick jagger would be jealous.

6. bury my heart at wounded knee
        emily played electric guitar and sandy garfinkle joined them on
harmonica.  mm sang the verse that jerry marotta sang on the 1200
curfews live version.

7. (solo song by mm on electric guitar)
        didn't hear a title, but it had a refrain, "i'm begging you don't
go away".  her new album is due this fall.  when she finished, emily
said, "isn't she awesome?" and the crowd went wild.

8. the river said "shame on you"(?) (new - amy's)
        an uptempo song about racism.  the style reminded me somewhat of
van morrison - very cool!

9. winthrop(?) (new - emily solo, on piano)
        my husband and i began shrieking because we live in winthrop, ma
(him, his whole life; me, 14 years)!  a beautiful ballad about time,
tides and airplanes.

10. hey kind friend (new - amy's)
        emily played appalachian dulcimer.

11. (lifeline or it's allright or will of the way?) (new - emily's)

12. chiapas bound (new - amy solo, on electric guitar)
        (i used my binoculars and saw that amy had a "rock for choice"
sticker on her guitar.)

13. i don't wanna know
        mm joined in on mandolin and backup vocals.

14. galileo
        after 2 false starts....

-- encore --

15. down by the river
        an emotional cover of neil young's classic.  mm joined on
electric guitar and vocals.  emily played a guitar solo, then mm played
one, then they traded riffs.  incredible - neil would be proud!

16. closer to fine
        a joyous finale.

the audience was very enthusiastic about all of the new songs - if
that's any indication, the new album will be a huge hit.

fran egan"

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reply-to:     jennifer hall
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subject:      nff program

yesterday, i cross-posted an e-mail from the newsgroup giving a snip of an
article from the nff program.  i did e-mail the originator of that post and
asked if she had typed the article for submission to the lifeblood site.
she hasn't replied yet, but does anybody else have a copy of the program?
if someone does, if you fax it to me, i'd be more then happy to type it up
for distribution on the list.

please let me know.  i'd love to read the rest of the article myself.
thanks,
- jen hall

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reply-to:     system privileged account <root@xyvision.com>
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from:         system privileged account <root@xyvision.com>
subject:      hello from new listee

once upon a time, i heard a song on the radio...
  gotta get out of bed, get a hammer and a nail
  learn how to use my hands...

wow. got me--hook, line and sinker! been buying them
up ever since.

but newport was my first time seeing them live (i went
last year but the rain got to be too much for my (now ex-)
wife, and we left before ig got to play). they were very
impressive.

one trivial annoyance tho--why don't they use guitar stands
to hold the ones they're not playing. i felt it interrupted
the flow of the concert to have roadies coming on-stage
between almost every song to swap guitars.

this festival was even more special for me because of all
the new friends i made and who turned me on to this list--
hello and thanks to you all for the fun and friendship:
trant
miranda
howdy
eric
carolyn
jenny
don
alexandrea
karen
maureen
bert

the olympics should have a new event based on the early risers.
first, a grand prix auto race to the first gate, then the mile
dash to the second gate (mode of locomotion must be human-powered;
e.g., bikes, rollerblades, shanks-mare), and a final sprint while
toting flapping tarps and/or blankets. what a blast!

                                 shawn linderman
------------------               xyvision, inc.
shawn@xyvision.com               101 edgewater drive
------------------               wakefield, ma 01880
                                 phone: 617 245-4100 x5425

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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 08:51:52 cdt
reply-to:     jennifer hall
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subject:      can ya tell i'm bored at work???

the indigo girls are given their own space on the b&j nff homepage.  the
url is http://www.newportfolk.com/indigo.html

they have a small intro to a&e, and it incorrectly reads "the celebrated
duo, known for their distinctive harmonies and
riveting live performances, return to newport in one of their only live
appearances this year. the indigo girls spent much of 1994 on their honor
the earth tour, to benefit  native american groups working for
environmental causes."  what i mean by "incorrectly", is the "one of their
only live appearances this year...." statement.  they also include an audio
sample of "least complicated".

but anyway, just thought i'd post what the homepage said, cause there's
probably folks out there that have e-mail, but not web access.

*sigh*  since i wasn't there, i have to settle for virtual nff ... *sigh*
- jen hall

p.s.
i tried posting this e-mail twice with an attachment of a picture of a&e,
but it got rejected twice from the list master, so here i try again....
the b&j's nff page also has a picture of a&e.  i would think that this
would be a new picture for this years festival.  emily's hair is red - real
red.  what color was her hair at the festival?  no one mentioned it, so it
must have been her normal strawberry blonde, but this picture shows her to
be totally red.  if you can't get to the homepage but want the bitmap of
the picture, e-mail me and i'll send it to you directly  (the bitmap is 70k
in size).  i tried sending it to the group, but we must have a necessary
evil applied to the list limiting the size of our e-mail's.

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subject:      nigc: jackson browne!

     i just want to thank everyone who replied to my query about
        j.b.'s current tour--my wife got me free tickets to this
        thursday's show at the bud-light amphitheater at harvey's lake,pa
     from all of the responses i got, it really sounds like a good show.
     especially the shawn c. opening act---so, i'm really lookin' forward
     to it, and to everyone on this list--thanks for being!!!

                                                        ...paul

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subject:      need two roseland tickets

hello to everyone again! i know that this must be annoying, but i'm in
desparate need of two more ig tickets. so, with this in mind, please
contact me if you have any tix to offer.
thanks again,
heidi

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from:         dana m carlson <carl0573@maroon.tc.umn.edu>
subject:      newport

hi all-

i finally made it back to the cities very early this morning after such
an amazing weekend in newport.  thanks again to everyone who funded our
trip there--we all had a blast hanging out and listening to the music as
well as getting the chance to meet some of you listers.  jenny and i were
both so exited to finally meet some of the people who have been so kind and
supportive since we flipped the 4runner.

friday night at the hotel viking was so damn funny.  i had only heard
john gorka's music before, never patty larkin or cheryl wheeler or cliff
eberhardt.  they were excellent, but an additional highlight was seeing
ani difranco and andy milling around in the crowd.

as for saturday and sunday, the pain of being out in the sun that long
was nothing compared to all the good music!  i was very impressed with
lisa loeb's performance, and really enjoyed hearing all of ig's new
stuff.  that winthrop song emily did on the piano was by far my
favorite, and congrats to whoever made it on stage.  if anyone, i'm just
glad it was a very big fan of theirs.  ani on sat. did a great job, too,
but i was kindof bummed she didn't play "untouchable face".  and what was
up with that dancer jumping on stage?  i heard that when ani didn't save
her, emily flicked off the dancer from offstage.  i think it was kate who
was telling me that.  imho, ani handled that incident pretty well.

once again, thanks to everyone who turned our nightmare of an accident
into a lot of great memories by getting us out to rhode island.  we all
had a blast-

dana

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subject:      hampton beach review

i'm suprised no one has said anyting yet..we are probably
all too exhasuted!  the show itself was great.  40 min of
michelle malone opening and then 2 hours of ig.  i did, howevr,
rediscover why i hate general admission shows.  no matter
how early you get there, at least 30-40 people will cut you in
line.  still, we wound up with very good seats  and i was able to
talk with/meet a number of list members  i missed at newport.

set list:
welcome me
wood song
kind friend
least complicated
dont give that girl a gun
it's alright
winthrop (again emily had to restart on the piano)
dont wanna know
galileo
chiapas bound
(brief interlude for mark to propse to kathleen)
get out the map
tried to be true
leeds (emily on piano again..i missed it cuz i needed a bathroom break :/)
new amy song.. cut it out (?)  she didnt name it but was very
        grace slick/jefferson airplane style
blood quantum (the track on the upcoming honor release)
closer to fine
kid fears
encore:
wild horses
shame on you
ghost

i thought it was kinda odd to end with ghost, on such a quiet note.
they played a good solid 2 hours and seemed to be having a lot of fun.
they were surpirsed, it seemed, by the size of the venue.  i thinik
they were expecting something smaller.  the club wouldnt let poeple u up
to dance..it was almost too packed anyway with teh tables and all.  i'm
sure that those of you seeing later shows on the tour are going to
have a great time.  me, all i want is a nice long nap  :)


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

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reply-to:     kristina <andrade@az.com>
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from:         kristina <andrade@az.com>
subject:      ig in cleveland update

ok, the guy posted more info to the bragg listserv. he left out ig in the
list of performers (boggle) but they are scheduled to perform. call and
make sure though if they're the only reason you're going. people asked me
to post more information as i received it. remember this is in cleveland.
here is what he posted:

"i called up the rock and roll hall of fame (216-781-7625) to get some
more info on the woody guthrie celebration on september 28th that will
feature billy, bruce springsteen, pete seeger, ani difranco and arlo
guthrie among others at severance hall in cleveland, ohio."

"tickets won't go on sale until august 15 or 16 through ticketmaster
800-493-7655.  some more info is supposedly available by calling
800-buckeye (800-282-5393), but i didn't try to call that number yet."


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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 14:37:49 -0400
reply-to:     michael reynolds <asl@umcs.maine.edu>
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from:         michael reynolds <asl@umcs.maine.edu>
subject:      possible sunday atlanta show (not dc)

some woman told me that there is an aids benefit show for the billings
house on sunday at lakewood amphtheater.  emily is advertised but i chatted
with someone who said she only "might" perform.  she may be there who knows.
i figure it would be cool to catch a gig of atlanta artists and i am also
sure someone from atlanta can post the details. it should rock!

as for last night, it  was an incredible set to hear, the venue does not do
the ig justice, i can say i probably will never go to another show there,
security was very uptight.  the girls let people who didn't have tixs watch
from the side of the show.  i drank a bit too much. i finally met bert,
i-girl, deb reiser, greg flamer, jill and sue, susan marine, howie from
colorado, gail anthony, sherlyn, and tons of others, it was a great show for
that alone. i'm really exhausted today, a tape does exist. i didnt get the
whole show but most of it. missed two songs.

all in all a great show,
mike r.

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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 09:54:05 -0700
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subject:      re: so cover & hi i'm back

> ah well.  went to the ncc.  incredible.  found like 5 cd's i know have
> to get.  got the biggest rush in the world from the girls.  after
> saturday's fest, was walking baco the field-o-cars, and heard a car
> honking behind me.  i was about to curse (they were one of like 10 cars i
> saw that parked next to the gates), when i saw it was a&e!!  as silly as
> it is, i will forever have the picture of amy waving back to me as the
> caravan she was huddled in the *way* back of slowly drove past me. :)
>
> yea, it's no meeting with her, but the fact that my eyes met with
> someones who's music has so touched me, and she acknowledged my presence.
>
> -brendan
> --who feels really corney and fan-like... but happy none the less.

hey all,
is there anyone out there who saw the girls on their honor the earth tour?
they came to denver and had a private party with their most obssessed fans
(we had to pay $100 for it).  there were about 40 people there.  it was my
dream come true!  they talked with us for a bit about their efforts with the
indigenous womens foundation then went to every table (5 or 6 people each)
in the joint.  they signed autographs and took pictures with us!  a friend of
mine brought in her guitar body and they both signed it!  i felt extremely
horrible when it was done because i knew i'd never get another chance like
that again!  i probably should have gone to therapy for my grief!!!:)  by the
way, a&e are totally great in small groups of adoring fans!  emily came to our
table first and we all sat there and gawked b/c we didn't know what else to do.
so she said with a big smile (she looked kind of shy)"well, does anyone want
me to sign anything?"  we all finally got our chins off of the floor and started to
interact with her!  what an amazing experience!

:))shelley

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subject:      bye bye

hey y'all,

well, i have to sign off from the indigo girls mailing list. today is my =
last day as a member. i am bummed. i feel like i am losing my best =
friends. or a member of my family.

i have been getting my list mail via my internet account at work. i just =
received a phone call from a good friend of mine in the city's web =
office, where all city internet accounts are maintained. apparently, =
some kindly citizen has decided that we need to "monitor" all the =
internet e-mail that city employees receive and send on city provided =
internet e-mail accounts. the decision now is that our internet e-mail =
accounts can only be used for city business.

this is the second time i have had to sign off from this list. the first =
time was after i lost my home computer. bummer.

where am i going to get my indigo girls fix from??

i will be signing off at the end of today (tuesday). hopefully, by the =
end of the year i will be able to purchase a home computer and re join =
y'all. until then it has been a real pleasure getting to know you all =
and sharing the beauty and joy of the music of indigo girls.

peace and love,

dan perkins

"leaving ain't fair
you know,=20
parting ain't just"
      -indigo girls

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subject:      secret marriage of newt & jessie

hey y'all,

as i am having to leave the list, this will be my last post on this =
subject. the project known as the secret marriage of newt & jessie is =
almost done. i received one late entry that i need to add, then i need =
to start making copies. i am devoting this upcoming weekend to finishing =
this project. so the tapes will definitely be in the mail next monday.

i want to thank those of you who participated. it has been great fun for =
me to hear your original material. there are some pretty darn good =
singer/songwriters out there. thanks for sharing yourselves with me and =
the other participants.

peace,

dan

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subject:      austin show

hey y'all.

only 1 week till the show at the backyard in austin. for those of you =
going, the opening act is going to be kris mckay. a very excellent =
singer/songwriter from austin.

see y'all in 1 week

peace,

dan

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call 1800-654-juno or go to www.juno.com for a free internet email box

on tue, 13 aug 1996, dan perkins wrote:

> hey y'all,
>
> well, i have to sign off from the indigo girls mailing list. today is my last day as a member. i am bummed. i feel like i am losing my best friends. or a member of my family.
>
> i have been getting my list mail via my internet account at work. i just received a phone call from a good friend of mine in the city's web office, where all city internet accounts are maintained. apparently, some kindly citizen has decided that we need to "monitor" all the internet e-mail that city employees receive and send on city provided internet e-mail accounts. the decision now is that our internet e-mail accounts can only be used for city business.
>
> this is the second time i have had to sign off from this list. the first time was after i lost my home computer. bummer.
>
> where am i going to get my indigo girls fix from??
>
> i will be signing off at the end of today (tuesday). hopefully, by the end of the year i will be able to purchase a home computer and re join y'all. until then it has been a real pleasure getting to know you all and sharing the beauty and joy of the music of indigo girls.
>
> peace and love,
>
> dan perkins
>
> "leaving ain't fair
>  you know,
>  parting ain't just"
>       -indigo girls
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subject:      oh newport- how i love you so!
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> alright this is going to be very short because i am still in complete
shock
> from yesterday and i need to get a hold on myself....
> i was the one that emily chose to come up and sing ctf with them.  i
can't
> believe it actually happened and i want to tell you all every single
detail but
> i think i will save that for tomorrow.  anyway, i don't know why this
happened to me-
> i never have good luck with anything.  i still think it was actually a
dream.
> oh, i must go to sleep now.  more tomorrow!
>
>                                 i am definitely a fortunate one,
>                                 lynn

i picked up a copy of the local paper on monday morning to read the
reviews and there you were again :)

sharon

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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 15:45:16 est
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subject:      sept. 19th honor the earth cd. release party?

the honor the earth home page mentions that there is a honor the earth
cd release party at the supper club in nyc on sept. 19 (the day before
the big benefit concert...
does anyone know any details about this?

in the spirit of the earth,
cynthia
who is hoping to meet lots of listees tomorrow night

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subject:      help! ra difficulties!

due to the fact that i cannot see a&e at all on their mini tour, i thought i'd try to
listen to that concert on aug. 22.  unfortunately, after downloading the ra
player i tested it and it doesn't work. i keep getting an error!  can anyone help
me with this?  sunny?  can your so help me?  i am starting to get a little
tense because the day is coming near!!

:(shelley (who wishes she would have just taken the time off to go to one of
their few concerts!)

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hey all,

on tue, 13 aug 1996, michael reynolds wrote:
> some woman told me that there is an aids benefit show for the billings
> house on sunday at lakewood amphtheater.

here's the scoop.  this show was *supposed* to be at lakewood originally,
but it has now moved to the house of blues.  yes, it is a benefit concert
for the billings house, a non-profit aids hospice for pwa without health
insurance.

who's gonna be there:
        emily saliers (no mention of amy)
        the mamas & the papas
        kristen hall
        michelle malone & band de soleil
        mary fortune express
        angels of avalon
        groundscore
        and more special guests to be announced

when:
        sunday, august 18th
        vip reception: 5:30 - 7:00
        concert: 7 pm - midnight

where:
        house of blues
        152 luckie street (downtown)
        atlanta

ticket prices:
        general admission:      $ 25 (available thru ticketmaster)
        vip package:            $100 (available thru the billings house)

vip package includes:
        champagne and beer all night
        catered pre-party/reception
        preferred vip seating

another important reason for y'all to go is that this is the last concert
that will be held at the house of blues.  so if you want to see the house
of blues at its current location, this is the one and only time to do
so...

so, get your tickets now!  it's *this* weekend!

btw, could someone post this to the atlanta artists list as well.  i
can't remember the address.

peace!
lori

p.s. if any of y'all heard that stevie nicks was gonna be there, she was
supposed to, but that fell through... however, they are already planning
another big blow-out benefit concert like this for next year, and stevie
nicks has already signed on to perform then...

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subject:      roseland show-ny

hey everyone....

i may have an extra ticket available for the ny show.  if you're
interested, e-mail me asap.  i will be able to check emails until
about 5pm pacific time and then i'm off to find my way to ny.  will
be there tomorrow am; 212/307-5000 (hotel #).  i can either leave
ticket at hotel (a few blocks fm venue) or can meet someone in front
of roseland (i will still be going).

looking forward to tomorrow night.

melissa gordon

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on tue, 13 aug 1996, jennifer hall wrote:

> what i mean by "incorrectly", is the "one of their
> only live appearances this year...." statement.

i heard that on a newport radio station on my way out of town, too.   they
said that ig had called nff organizers and requested to play (i would too
having been there!), in spite of the fact that they "aren't touring this
year."

> i tried posting this e-mail twice with an attachment of a picture of a&e,
> but it got rejected twice from the list master, so here i try again....

thank goodness!  posting binaries to a mailing list as a very bad thing (tm).

> the b&j's nff page also has a picture of a&e.  i would think that this
> would be a new picture for this years festival.  emily's hair is red - real
> red.  what color was her hair at the festival?  no one mentioned it, so it
> must have been her normal strawberry blonde, but this picture shows her to
> be totally red.

that pic is rop-era.

***

my comments on the nff...

i had an incredible time... my only festival complaint is that the ani
performance wasn't mixed very well, her vocals and guitar were way too low.
all the others were mixed really well.  loved seeing ani, suzanne, joan,
michelles (shocked and malone), ig... almost all of the others were
entertaining as well.

as far as the ig set... i didn't care much for the new songs, and the rest of
the ig fans in my party all felt the same.  i'm used to ig taking big chances
from one album to the next, and i guess there's only so far they can go... but
in spite of the different instrumentation (banjo, piano, electric guitars,
steel guitar, etc.), these songs seemed, stylistically, more from the strange
fire or indigo girls era.  and we were all particularly distressed that amy
would write a song with a "la la la" chorus ("shame on you," the one that
drew a comparison to van morrison). <g>  i guess that's why for me, the
highlights of the show were "wild horses," "bury my heart...," and "down by
the river."  i'm sure the new stuff will grow on me, but they just didn't have
the impact of, say, "touch me fall" the first time i heard it.

so where were all you far-flung listers?  we drove up from dc and saw very few
license plates from farther away than nyc headed in that direction.  actually,
i was surprised at how small ft. adams is -- only 10,000 tickets sold,
according to the radio report i heard.  i'm amazed it didn't sell out sooner,
with that lineup!

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subject:      roseland

anyone have any ideas of what time we should get in line for the general
admission ??

sue

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subject:      indigo girls & siouxsie sioux

hi all!

i'm trying to find a copy of the video boot (from 1992, i think) in which
siouxsie sioux guests on a few songs including "strange fruit."  if someone
has it, i'd be eternally grateful for a dub or maybe we could arrange a trade.
or maybe someone could point me in the right direction where to find it.

thanks in advance,

alan

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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 17:00:21 edt
reply-to:     "christopher m. becker" <cmbecker@space.mit.edu>
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              at aug 13, 96 1:01 pm

deb writes:

> and we were all particularly distressed that amy
> would write a song with a "la la la" chorus ("shame on you," the one that
> drew a comparison to van morrison). <g>

you know after hampton beach last night i was thinking about this.  if
i had the chance to ask amy one music related question (like during
that aol q&a session) i think it would be:

        you've been in the business long enough to know you
        have a hit single in your new song "shame on you," and
        are clearly comfortable enough with it to use it during
        an encore at the hampton beach show.  my question is
        do you have mixed feelings about the "mass appeal" potential
        of this song?  in some ways its very "un-amy"

at the same time, no one says emily's "goin' corporate" because she
writes songs with "mass appeal" (least complicated, galileo, ctf)...
so i wonder if i'm being fair with the above question. *shrug* in the
words of michelle malone, "i don't know either...."

  i haven't heard the song but twice, but i think amy may be using the
simple chord progression, simple lyric structure to act as a tool to
point out the hypocracy that the song attacks.  its certainly not a
song with blood and fire like depth -- at least at 2 hearings. ;)

  i think kim (my gf) said it well. "if i were a teenager, i'd hear
that song and think it was amazingly deep.  then, as i got older, i'd
realize that i was sorta right, but what i thought was the deep part
as a kid was pretty obvious."


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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 15:01:58 -0600
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subject:      ar "i'm gay"

this from the ani difranco list:

>it was the first time i've ever seen the indigo girls live and they were
>awesome! i was especially pleased with that new song in which amy proclaimed
>"i'm gay." isn't that the first time that they're come right out and said it?

    which song was this y'all?


                        --sunny

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subject:      re: why don't they use guitar stand?

welcome, shawn!

you asked:
>why don't they use guitar stands
to hold the ones they're not playing

actually that's not a roadie who brings them their guitars between
songs--it's a guitar tech, who tunes/retunes their guitars between
songs so that each time they swap instruments, the >new< one is
perfectly in tune.  when you leave 'em on the stand, they go >out.<
i guess i'd rather watch the techie bring 'em a new guitar and have
them start the song right away than have to wait for a or e to tune
up.

having a guitar tech is a major help!

wishin' that i had one,

ann

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from:         "keates, harry" <hak@crai.com>
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subject:      re: ar "i'm gay"
x-to:         sunny <sun@swcp.com>
in-reply-to:  <7dcc6d37011c0e00>

hi sunny,

>>it was the first time i've ever seen the indigo girls live and they
were
>>awesome! i was especially pleased with that new song in which amy
proclaimed
>>"i'm gay." isn't that the first time that they're come right out and
said it?
>
>   which song was this y'all?

somebody correct me if i'm wrong, which i may be because i was pretty
delirious by this point in the show, but i think the whole line was:

you can hate me because i'm gay ....

the song is what we seem to be calling "it's alright"   though i don't
know if a or e ever called it that.

did i get this right?

the line certainly got a big cheer where i was standing.

  harry a. keates
  email: hak@crai.com

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subject:      hampton beach

i'll try to make this short and sweet ... my left pinky got smashed in a
door yesterday afternoon, and i'm gonna loose the fingernail and might have
permanent nerve damage, so my typing is slow and painful (did you ever
notice that *lots* of important letters are at that end of the keyboard?!
thank goodness for the backspace key!)  but i did make it to the concert!!!

it was great!  i won't go into tons of detail (leave the typing to others!)
but here's a few highlights:

-meeting listmistress jude and all the other listees (special thanks to
margaret clayton for getting us better seats!!) - what a great group to sit
with!  it was especially fun meeting sherlyn from australia and gail from
scotland.

-hearing michelle malone live for the first time ... she is *amazing*!!!
those of you seeing her during this tour, you're in for a treat!  and amy
said at one point,  "she's a member of the band now"  might that be true?
really liked her song about the butter biscuit ("... you can bang my gong
... on the front lawn ...")  :-)

-hearing the new songs ... "map" is going to be a great album!!  i liked
them all, but especially "shame on you" and "get out the map"   they also
played "blood quantum" from that "honor" album that's being issued later
this month ... its good!

-hearing them do "wild horses" ... i agree with the person who said that the
song was written for amy and michelle ... its so *beautiful*

-they did "tried to be true" (!!!) and "i don't wanna know" - and didn't do
closer to fine as an encore!!!  that was weird!

-to quote from andrew bissaro (who i missed meeting, but saw him from afar
in his t-shirt):
>if seabrook leaked, melting hampton beach into the sea, i might not have a
>problem with that.  god, what a hellish scene.  luckily, all disappointing
>externals were themselves melted by the near-nuclear beauty of these two
>women.
did anyone else notice the sign on i-95 that said: "mr. president, don't
come visit us here in seabrook, because if there's a meltdown there won't be
time to evacuate" or something like that?!  made me want to turn around and
go home ... almost!  :-)

gotta stop ... it hurts too much to type even without my sore finger ... and
this took forever and made all my arm and shoulder muscles ache.
hope amy or margaret or bert writes in with front-row seat descriptions (!)

still humming ig songs ....  -joan (the nine-fingered ;-} )

                      joan_ferguson@harvard.edu
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                      -edgar watson howe (1853-1937)

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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 16:19:35 -0500
reply-to:     kraichert@directs.com
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from:         kira raichert <kraichert@directs.com>
subject:      re[2]: why don't they use guitar stand?

welcome, shawn!

     i second that :)

you asked:
>why don't they use guitar stands
to hold the ones they're not playing

actually that's not a roadie who brings them their guitars between
songs--it's a guitar tech, who tunes/retunes their guitars between
songs so that each time they swap instruments, the >new< one is
perfectly in tune.  when you leave 'em on the stand, they go >out.<
i guess i'd rather watch the techie bring 'em a new guitar and have
them start the song right away than have to wait for a or e to tune
up.

     they also bring them guitars that are tuned differently...correct?
     maybe not the ig, but i know i just had to explain this to my gf at
     the mary chapin carpenter concert. her lead guitar guy played slide,
     so i know that guitar was tuned differently. and mcc had a few songs
     with a capo <---is that how you spell it? on her one of her guitars.

     just more added info from littl' ol' me ;) kira

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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 17:22:38 -0400
reply-to:     deb <indigo@clark.net>
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from:         deb <indigo@clark.net>
subject:      re: ar "i'm gay"
in-reply-to:  <v01510113ae363422662d@[198.59.115.155]>

on tue, 13 aug 1996, sunny wrote:

> this from the ani difranco list:
>
> >it was the first time i've ever seen the indigo girls live and they were
> >awesome! i was especially pleased with that new song in which amy proclaimed
> >"i'm gay." isn't that the first time that they're come right out and said it?
>
>     which song was this y'all?

emily's "it's alright"  ("it's allright if you hate me because i'm gay..."
it's cool how amy join's emily's vocals on "because i'm gay.")   you can
imagine the crowd reaction. <g>

other strong reactions i recall were to amy's pro-immigrant song, "shame on
you," in the parts where she sings about us all being in the same boat in
1694, and again when she sings about how when all the beautiful women walk by,
she doesn't know what to say. <g>

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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 14:22:36 -0700
reply-to:     carolyn chow <egg@u.washington.edu>
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from:         carolyn chow <egg@u.washington.edu>
subject:      re: why don't they use guitar stand?
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on tue, 13 aug 1996, ann m labeck wrote:
> perfectly in tune.  when you leave 'em on the stand, they go >out.<
> i guess i'd rather watch the techie bring 'em a new guitar and have
> them start the song right away than have to wait for a or e to tune
> up.
>
> having a guitar tech is a major help!


it was pretty funny, though that sulli, the guitar tech for the newport
show kind of screwed up the alternate tuning on galileo and emily started
playing and realized this and had to stop and drop her e to d herself.  it
was excruciating to see sulli off stage realizing that she screwed up.
then, emily had to stop again to adjust her capo.  it was cool, though.

i saw ani in olympia and she had her capo on the wrong fret and she
started playing and singing and got to a part where she couldn't sing it
and stopped to move her capo.  she laughed and said, 'it would've been
fine until sara started to play her part!'  could you imagine?

:)

carolyn

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from:         "victor k. wertz" <indigovic@aol.com>
subject:      re: indigo-girls digest - 13 aug 1996 - special issue

in a message dated 96-08-13 17:17:28 edt, you write:

<< i guess i'd rather watch the techie bring 'em a new guitar and have
them start the song right away than have to wait for a or e to tune
up. >>


gee, i always liked the tuning.  it provided ample opportunity for bantering
with the audience.  some nights, that's what makes the difference between a
good show and a great show.

-vic.
.

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reply-to:     "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
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from:         "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
subject:      re: ar "i'm gay"
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>
> >it was the first time i've ever seen the indigo girls live and they were
> >awesome! i was especially pleased with that new song in which amy proclaimed
> >"i'm gay." isn't that the first time that they're come right out and said it?
>
>     which song was this y'all?
>
as harry pointed out, emily had the line about hating her cuz she's gay in
"it's alright".  amy stated it a different way in shame on you, when seh
talks abouyt the beautiful women walking by...


amy p.                          /       who holds your hand
pegasus@crl.com                /        when you're alone
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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 17:41:19 -0400
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from:         "<sharon jennings>" <jennings_sharon/furman@furman.edu>
subject:      re: ar "i'm gay"
x-to:         indigo@clark.net
in-reply-to:  <pine.gso.3.95.960813171807.18710b-100000@explorer2>

> other strong reactions i recall were to amy's pro-immigrant song,
"shame on
> you," in the parts where she sings about us all being in the same boat
in
> 1694, and again when she sings about how when all the beautiful women
walk by,
> she doesn't know what to say. <g>

i'm english so my knowledgw of american history is rather sketchy. i've
asked several people what happened in 1694 but to no avail..... so does
anyone know what happened?

sharon... the brit abroad..... who looks like a lobster after the
weekend in newport :)

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from:         carolyn chow <egg@u.washington.edu>
subject:      newport boot tree needs branches

hey all,

okay, so i came home yesterday and listened to my boot and it actually
came out really, really good.  anyone who has a copy of my boot from the
new orleans shows will already be familiar with the miranda commentary.
once again, miranda has graced the show with a couple of her very special
comments (right when they get on stage, "man, amy needs a haircut").  i
made her hold back this time, even though you can hear her laughing at the
end of chiapas bound.  she's got some issues about the end of that song.
oh and every once in a while you can hear the motor in my camera grinding.
it's really no big deal and i was really surprised at how well the whole
thing came out.  i figured i'd offer my copy since i haven't seen anyone
else do it yet.

since they did mostly new material the crowd was pretty quiet.  i
also used a remote microphone that i had clipped to someone's chair.  we
were about 10 people back, dead center.  the sound at that spot was near
perfect.

so, since i imagine a lot of you want to hear this show, i'm going to
offer up my boot, but only through a tape tree since i don't want to get
stuck with all the dubbing.

here's the deal, if you are willing to be a branch, let's do zodiac signs
since that seems to work best, then write me back so i can give you my
snail mail.

each branch will send me a 100-minute blank with a sase and i will send
back the dub and enough inserts to get you through the process.

don't send me any requests unless you are going to be a branch.  i'm not
organized enough to keep track of all this.  learned my lesson with the
new orleans boot.  :)

thanks everyone.

carolyn

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reply-to:     corinne simpson <corinne@utah-inter.net>
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from:         corinne simpson <corinne@utah-inter.net>
subject:      1694...

at 05:41 pm 8/13/96 -0400, you wrote:

>i'm english so my knowledgw of american history is rather sketchy. i've
>asked several people what happened in 1694 but to no avail..... so does
>anyone know what happened?
>
>sharon... the brit abroad..... who looks like a lobster after the
>weekend in newport :)
>
>-

1694....  salem witch trials, baby....

corinne
"i am so smart!  i am so smart!  s-m-r-t!  i mean s-m-a-r-t!"

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subject:      gone.... for now

hey,

well, it's 4:27pm here in austin, texas. i just got the notice from the =
listserve saying "you have been removed from indigo-girls". feels like =
someone snuck in and stole a piece of my heart.

there will be a little less sunshine in my mornings without being able =
to read your posts.

hopefully this will be a temporary absence.

peace

dan  perkins

"the sky's gone out"
           -bauhaus

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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 17:37:14 -0400
reply-to:     "keates, harry" <hak@crai.com>
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from:         "keates, harry" <hak@crai.com>
organization: charles river associates
subject:      re: nff
x-to:         "christopher m. becker" <cmbecker@space.mit.edu>
in-reply-to:  <7ccc6d37011c0e00>

chris wrote:
>at the same time, no one says emily's "goin' corporate" because she
>writes songs with "mass appeal" (least complicated, galileo, ctf)...
>so i wonder if i'm being fair with the above question. *shrug* in the
>words of michelle malone, "i don't know either...."

i think this is a good point.  i don't think that the use of the la la
la's and the catchyness of the tune would be questioned as much if it was
an emily song.  i really like the song because of the idea that it was so
easy to pick up and sing along with, yet at the same time, it had a
somewhat scathing underbelly when you thought about the words.  sort of
like a "born in the usa" <-- that sounds like a patriotic song and is
anything but (bruce now does this song completely differently, with the
chorus all but gone, so that there is no way to misinterpret the meaning.
kind of interesting that he seems to feel that that was needed to for
people to understand what he was saying).

i got really confused during the middle of the set because all the songs
seemed to be more in each other's styles:

shame on you was an amy song that sounded more emily becasue of the
catchyness of it.

kind friend, the next amy song, sounded like an emily song because it was
so quiet and almost gentle.

and then they come roaring back with it's alright, a sure fire amy song?
nope, this one's by emily!

maybe the chance taking on the new album is that they are switching
songwriting styles.


  harry a. keates
  email: hak@crai.com

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reply-to:     andrew bissaro <abissaro@bbn.com>
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from:         andrew bissaro <abissaro@bbn.com>
subject:      it's alright...

>it was the first time i've ever seen the indigo girls live and they were
>awesome! i was especially pleased with that new song in which amy proclaimed
>"i'm gay." isn't that the first time that they're come right out and said it?

    which song was this y'all?

the song is "it's alright," a beatlesque gem with a cool guitar riff.
emily sang the line in question at hampton beach.  it elicited quite a
response...

ciao,
ab

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find love by charting a course, you'll never find it."  --van cliburn

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from:         "deanna k. newcomb" <deanna@nicom.com>
subject:      philly info

hello all! well, after an awesome weekend in newport, i need some info =
regarding philly. i'll be going to the show at the electric factory and =
was wondering if anyone knew anything about that area of town? is it a =
decent area of town and are there any hotels near the club and stuff =
like that?

any info anyone could provide will be appreciated. :)

thanks-
deanna

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subject:      18 days till bumbershoot!!

not only am i the self-appointed coordinator of our little bumbershoot
extravaganza,  i'm the counter-downer too.  life is so nice right now!
okay,  i'm pretty sure i've replied to everyone who wants to meet up at
bumbershoot,  if not,  i'm sorry.  and, if you haven't written me,  and you
wanna meet up, let me know.
i've been talking with sarah down in oregon, and here's the plan we came up
to try to allow everyone to see the shows they want to see, while still
standing in line so we can all have super up-close views of the indigo
girls.  especially since memorial stadium is huge.
the plan:  i plan on getting to bumbershoot the moment the gates open, and
then head directly to the line to see the girls.  then,  after we've
secured a spot in line for us all,  we could have shifts, of say 1/2 to
an hour,
depending on how many people want to participate, of people standing in
line, while the rest of us can go watch the shows we don't want to miss,
especially the wild stage daemon records stuff (since the nimrods who
planned this thing didn't take this into consideration)  then right before
the show, we can all meet back at in line and watch the show.  sounds
simple enough (hah)  also,  we could all meet up after the show and go
somewhere fun and talk about how great the show was.

so how does this sound?  please let me know if you think there is now way
this will work, or if you think it is great, or anything else we should
consider.  hopefully we can work something out that won't be too confusing
or complicated.  yay, only 18 days,  actually it's only like 17 days and a
couple of hours.  how fun!  love sundara

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subject:      roseland question

        hi y'all...i've recovered enough from the nff to finally go through
my overflowing e-mail and post a couple of questions...
        first, what time will the line begin forming tomorrow night at roseland?
        second, are cameras allowed inside?

        any info would be greatly apprectiated!!
                thanks, jen

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subject:      hampton beach review

there have probably been other reviews posted by now, but i just wanted to
list my own set of highlights.

- i loved all the new songs!  it's alright and shame on you particularly
seemed to strike a real ig groove in my book, plus get out the map, kind
friend, don't give that girl a gun, chiapas bound were all well received.

- em soloing on piano!  she is now a goddess of the ivories as well as the
guitar strings.  both songs she did (winthrop and leeds) were fall into the
hauntingly beautiful category and i was very happy to be sitting close the
that corner of the stage to watch her sing.

- galileo is always a spiritual high point for me.  a&e seemed so touched by
the crowd's strong sing-along on this ... wouldn't you think they'd be a bit
more jaded by now and know that all of us fans know the words to galileo by
heart?!

- i saw mike reynolds in the crowd (couldn't miss the orange pine tree camp
shirt) -- a big moment of the night when security was trying to move him out
and emily said, "he's okay y'all, don't take him out.  let him stay."  i
thought that was very cool of her.

- a&e seemed as bewildered by the venue as the rest of us!  you couldn't get
up and dance, so this was my first time experiencing the girls sitting down!
bummer but at least we could see the whole time.  it's really not the ideal
place to see a show, but since it's just 20 minutes from my house, i'm not
going to complain too much.

- they invited a guy up on stage to propose to his girlfriend in the middle
of the show and seemed to get a real kick out of it.

i am still smiling ... it was great to see the girls again (it's been 18
months for me!).  they looked and sounded great and definitely seem ready to
have some fun on this tour.

heidi in nh

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from:         jen lucero <jlucero@monmouth.com>
subject:      1694

        hi again...new topic.   corinne had a valid point about the witch
trials happening in 1694 (or thereabouts) but in the lyrics amy sings..."you
know it's funny, i think we were on the same boat back in 1694"...   and
also considering the lyrics leading up to the date reference, i don't think
she's referring to the witch trials.  however, right now i can't think of
any other strong historical event that stands out.  you have to admit though
that the date, and the way it's delivered melds perfectly into the tempo of
the song, specific reference or not!
        just catching up...jen

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from:         "christopher d. payne" <owen4@adnc.com>
subject:      who does the ig cover

i turned on 95.7 fm in san diego today, and heard a band (or solo
artist) doing a cover of "closer to fine". it was aweful! no harmonies,
just the echo line in "the less i seek" line. the guitars were fairly
true, but the guy didn't have the voice for it.

my question is.... anyone one know who this was?

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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subject:      ig vinyls question!?!

hey list!
i have an opportunity to buy these two vinyls from this guy, one is the
"self-titled epic album" and the other is a four song radio promo from
epic with songs from "indigo girls."  what do you think is a reasonable
price for these, i've never really been in the vinyl buying position?!?
thanx
david
(hey sarah)


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and to exist it must elude, is that why i think these things of you,"
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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 17:03:45 -0700
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subject:      these songs (revised) offer!
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well, i don't know what to say.  all this talk about newport and other
assorted ig shows has gotten me in a tizzy to hear their new songs.  but i
have good news for a bunch of the rest of us unfortunates.  while we
patiently wait for the boots to be ready for us, i have finally finished
the compilation tape i was making, and it should definitely satiate some
of the urges you have to hear their new songs.  also, it's got some cool
surprises as well.  if you haven't heard about it, or forgot about it, i
have been collecting ig songs from the days of yore since the beginning of
july that have very specific prerequisites about them.  these are songs
that a & e wrote and performed to audiences before they had been recorded
in the studio.  so many-in fact all- of the songs on this tape sound very
different than what we are used to hearing.  the bonus is that i also put
on a bunch of their new songs (since they haven't done the studio thing
yet for their new album). regrettably, i didn't get all the new
songs, but most of them anyway.  here's the set list, and some of my
notes:

side a "these songs (revised)"

love will come to you-emily solo, and she completely silences an otherwise
                       rowdy crowd.  i got misty
don't give that girl a gun-one of amy's new ones.  i love the jamming part
prince of darkness- i should let you know that i am a huge emily person,
                    so the normally unheard of guitar solo on this version
                    was what made me put it on.
fugitive-ever wonder what it would sound like if emily went off on the
         solo instead of amy doing it?(even though amy's solo has a
         definite character)
get out the map-very cool new emily.  i can't wait to hear the finished
                product
cedar tree-again, nice guitar work, and just a cool song
language or the kiss-solo emily
pushing the needle too far-amy can really punch you in the stomach with a
                           song
going to the country-when you get this, remember the word "movie"
shame on you-i really don't mind the la la la's, in fact, i love them! my
             new favorite amy song
joking-emily on guitar (are you salivating?)

side b "it feels so funny to be pre"

reunion-funny intro, no capo
love will come to you-deja vous?  well, it's both of them this time, and
                      an added verse(deleted?)
secure yourself-think prince of darkness
the wood song-i thihk it sounds really different as solo emily
chiapas bound-new amy
ghost-in my opinion, the most different sounding version in the
      compilation. different amy parts, they change keys in the middle of
      it, no familiar guitar riff.
welcome me-what planet are you from emily?  who on this earth has fingers
          like that?
caramia-new emily
jonas and ezekiel-it's not that different, but it's a really good
                  recording
fare thee well-ever heard this one live?
problem child-amy alone, and a very cool song
virginia woolf-emily alone with some different lyrics and i'm sorry but
               the end of it got cut off

so that's it!  i had to make some pretty tough decisions about which songs
to include since i had a more than enough for one tape.  so i chose the
ones that sounded the most different, or had the best recording quality.
so if your favorites aren't on here, then maybe i'll make another one
later with the crappy same old same old versions.  just kidding.  ok
enough already.  here's how to get it:

we are doing this by the zodiac so when you match the birthdate with the
sign, write that cool person a message and they will tell you their
regular mail addressfor you to send them a 100 minute tape with a sase.
it needs to be 100 minute though.  remember that.  preferably high bias
maxell or tdk type ii.  please include enough postage for the return of
your tape.

aquarius - (jan) - janinsdale@aol.com
pisces - (alexandra) - aaogilvie@aol.com
ares - (tiffany) - slugger@prolog.net
taurus - (elaine) - emrigby@naz.edu
gemini - (deb) - doobie@student.umass.edu
cancer - (kim) - kluce@best.com
leo - (kellie) - kdeis@kent.edu
virgo - (chris) - imer5924@mstr.hgc.edu
libra - (sarah) - sanawike1@aol.com
scorpio - (deb) - indigo@clark.net
sagittarius - (me) - wlee@muse.calarts.edu
capricorn - (dimitra) - u36252@uic.edu

canada - (sarah) - andrews@cs.concordia.ca

uk - (rachel) - seffy@epic.co.uk

asia/australia - (anna) - ahidalgo@fc.emc.com.ph


whew, that was long.  anyway, i hope you like the tape!  if anyone wants
to contribute to a possible sequel, let me know.  i don't have all the new
songs yet!  thanks to everybody who made me tapes, and volunteered to do
the tape tree.

love, wendell

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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 20:25:34 -0400
reply-to:     nlyng@prolog.net
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subject:      nff lessons

hey all,

just a few flashbacks....

there are always lessons to be learned in every experience.....here are a few i
learned at newport..

a. wisconsin and north dakota have some cool residents....despite:
                1. their forgetting sarah mclachlan chords
                2. their tendency towards heat stroke
                3. their early bedtime

b. airline departure times and dates are not written in stone

c. australian, european (this includes you, sharon) and fargo accents will make
   you:
                1. smile
                2. laugh
                3. say, "huh?" a lot (you betcha!)

d. don't be too quick to offer someone else's dell's lemon ice to those sitting
   around you (this could probably be somehow incorporated as #4 in a.)

e. asian-descended listers *rule*

f. one security guard forlornly yelling, "stop.....come back!" to the backs of
   200, sleep-deprived, rampaging fans will not make them come back nor stop

g. order list shirts when you get the chance, 'cause they look *really* cool

any other lessons learned out there?

:) eric

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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 21:00:09 -0400
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subject:      ticket for nyc show

hey all ...

i have one ticket available for the nyc show tomorrow night ... i'm looking
for someone to go into the city with if at all possible ...

chris in connecticut

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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 21:46:55 -0400
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subject:      re: 1694...

hmmmm....

my take on that line is that around that time in history
both the english (and other anglo-types) and the spanish
were busy invading the "americas"...you know...settling in
and getting comfy....

but now some folks (many of whom are participating in a
horrid little ritual in san diego >how ironic< [i'm pretty sure it's satanic]
act like people south of the u.s. border just got here yesterday.
and anyway.....didn't the southwestern part of the country
(including texas and california ) used to be mexico ?


yep....indigo girls are sure usin' a lot of gender specific
lyrics in their new stuff ....you go girls !!!! :)

hasta baybee !

binky

"i can almost run, fly, listen...like the animals do..."
laura nyro

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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 21:44:14 -0400
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subject:      re: newport boot
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in a message dated 96-08-12 17:24:53 edt, chris writes:

<< so after about 6 of
them, my sister got pissed and started yelling at this mini-van trying to
get
thru ... so i'm checking out the van to see who the hell it is that thinks
they're so fucking special >>

sooo....did they yell back ? did you guys get in a fight ??????
did it make them any less anoying when you found out it was
someone that you like ??? did your sister flip amy off ??????

heh, heh.... :)

well...gotta go !
places to be, people to anoy !

some goofy girl

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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 21:46:53 -0400
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subject:      these songs revised-tape tree

i am the head of the leo branch and if kdeis@kent.edu doesn't seem to
work try kdeis@phoenix.kent.edu - they have been screwing with the
server at school and i am not sure which is actually correct. kel
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if you don't make dust, you eat it.
when you learn to love yourself, you will dissolve all the stones that are
cast... (indigo girls)

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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 20:00:29 -0600
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from:         corinne simpson <corinne@utah-inter.net>
subject:      re: 1694

you know, i do think amy is talking about the salem witch trials... she is
after all discussing how the immigration officers want to search her car for
illegal immigrants, and what a similar thing it is to authorities searching
for the "witches"  so..... that's my theory, pallies!
oh, and sundara.... i am there for bumbershoot and whatever you guys want to
do... yes!  let's meet!  let's be just as cool as the newporters!
love
corinne
ps hi cynthia, my love...


at 07:39 pm 8/13/96 -0400, you wrote:
>        hi again...new topic.   corinne had a valid point about the witch
>trials happening in 1694 (or thereabouts) but in the lyrics amy sings..."you
>know it's funny, i think we were on the same boat back in 1694"...   and
>also considering the lyrics leading up to the date reference, i don't think
>she's referring to the witch trials.  however, right now i can't think of
>any other strong historical event that stands out.  you have to admit though
>that the date, and the way it's delivered melds perfectly into the tempo of
>the song, specific reference or not!
>        just catching up...jen
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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 21:14:09 -0500
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subject:      re: words of ig wisdom

wow, what a great idea! needless to say, there are sooo many amazing quotes
and bits of wisdom amy and emily have given us, but picking out my favorite
isn't hard. the piece of advice i've taken the most from is from emily and
it wasn't a song lyric. it comes from her '6th grade boyfriend (danny)
shpiel' that she used as an intro to least complicated on 1200c. emily said
"you have to laugh at yourself because you'd cry your eyes out if you
didn't" and those are, in my opinion, the ultimate words to live by. that
motto has helped me through a lot and continues to help me face the world on
a daily basis. i owe her so much gratitude for this one memorable qoute.

                        :)~abigail

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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 22:18:58 -0400
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subject:      newport and hampton as seen by kevin

hello all

here are my personal highlights from the big weekend...

for me, the ig magic started after saturday's show.  as we were walking down
the road away from the show (the road was filled with people) there were some
obnoxious drivers who insisted on honking their horns and pushing their way
through the crowd.  much like the other listee wrote, i noticed a familiar
face in a brick red mini van as i cursed their need to rush.  my friend
assured me that it was not emily, but everyone else around me agreed that it
was.  it was the closest i had ever been to them, and all i could say was,
"why don't these people just wait and let everyone walk down the road!"

by monday night, however, i had gotten closer.  soon after arriving at the
casino ballroom, i heard the rumor that you could hear a&e practicing over by
the mens room.  sure enough, there were four or five guys standing in the
hallway that led to the bathroom, listening to the music that was coming over
the drop cieling.  we were only inches away from them at that point,
unfortunately, however, we were separated by a wall and a steel door.

my close encounters weren't over.  we were sitting probably twenty feet from
the stage, directly left of it.  about five minutes before ig took the stage,
they made their way to the dressing room, and had to walk right by us.  i was
so amazed -- they were just walking through the crowd as if they were there
to see the show, and no one seemed to notice them.  when i saw them all i
could manage to do was point and clap, but at least the folks at my table
figured out what i was trying to say.

needless to say, it was all pretty amazing.  not quite as special as being
invited up on stage (congrats linda/lisa?, you were terrific!), but just as
special for me. it was especially nice because while i was in atlanta for the
olympics a few weeks ago, we made a pilgrimage to eddie's attic for dinner,
but i couldn't get in because i was three weeks shy of my 21st birthday.

thanks for reading...

kevin

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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 19:10:06 -0700
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subject:      re: 1694... (nigc long)
x-to:         "mmedido@aol.com" <mmedido@aol.com>

okay,

i checked my reference materials and a couple of interesting things
occured in 1694.  brace yourself this is long

the salem witch trials, the colonization of latin america, the royal
navy bombards dieppe, le havre, and dunkirk, but the french turn back an
attack on brest despite having been weakened by hunger and disease (see
1694), england's press censorship ends with the expiration of the
licensing act which is not renewed for 1695, england's mary ii dies of
smallpox december 28 at age 32, leaving her husband william to rule
alone, disease epidemics sweep through france's lower classes and take a
heavy toll among people weakened by hunger and exhaustion, the triennial
bill passed by parliament provides for new english parliamentary
elections to be held every third year. the place bill prevents officers
of the crown from sitting in the house of commons, persia's shah
suleiman dies after a dissolute reign of 27 years. his son husein, 19,
succeeds to the throne and will reign until 1722, french government
economic controls prevent the free flow of food into famine districts,
and speculators corner grain supplies, adding artificial scarcity to the
natural famine that grips the country, moravia's frain castle is
completed with an oval hall of the ancestors after 6 years of
construction by austrian architect johann bernhard fischer von erlach,
38.

there the history lesson of the day.  sheesh... i really need to go
home.....

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>from:  mmedido@aol.com[smtp:mmedido@aol.com]
>sent:  tuesday, august 13, 1996 6:46 pm
>to:    multiple recipients of list indigo-girls
>subject:       re: 1694...
>
>hmmmm....
>
>my take on that line is that around that time in history
>both the english (and other anglo-types) and the spanish
>were busy invading the "americas"...you know...settling in
>and getting comfy....
>
>but now some folks (many of whom are participating in a
>horrid little ritual in san diego >how ironic< [i'm pretty sure it's satanic]
>act like people south of the u.s. border just got here yesterday.
>and anyway.....didn't the southwestern part of the country
>(including texas and california ) used to be mexico ?
>
>
>yep....indigo girls are sure usin' a lot of gender specific
>lyrics in their new stuff ....you go girls !!!! :)
>
>hasta baybee !
>
>binky
>
>"i can almost run, fly, listen...like the animals do..."
> laura nyro
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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 22:23:13 -0400
reply-to:     jendy <edwina@jax-inter.net>
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from:         jendy <edwina@jax-inter.net>
subject:      1694

hey guys! been reading the theories about 1694 being about the salem witch
trials and i think i disagree. i've never heard the song or anything but we
have to rule out the witch trials because they were back in 1692. june
through august of 1692 to be exact. so, unless amy accidentally mixed up the
dates, 1694 has it's own significance separate of the witch trials. we need
to keep digging and find out what happened in 1694 :)

love y'all,

jen

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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 22:40:38 -0500
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organization: plymouth state college, plymouth nh
subject:      a newport newbie's report

a lurker sticks her head out again.  too shy at newport to join up with the
crew, but i still ran into a couple of people...list people were visible even
in a crowd of 10,000.  now i wish i'd been less shy, but so it goes...next
year!  a brief version of our trip...

i am going to adopt cheryl wheeler.  i'm older than she is (i'm almost 48), and
i'm sure she'd like to join our insane household, as long as she is not
allergic to cats.  the friday night show was excellent, the right way to start
the weekend...and no sunscreen was needed!

i am so glad i get this list, so we were up at 5:30 saturday morning, and knew
what to do at the park...i try to imagine first-time people who know the
concert starts at 11:30 and don't get there till mid-morning.  we didn't even
race down the hill, still got good line placement, and eventually a place where
we wanted to be, right by the sound booth, excellent view but little risk of
being trampled...and we didn't know when we picked it how relevant that was.
others have talked about saturday's music.  joan was definitely the high point
for us.  our reaction to ani was tainted by the "adolescents with attitudes"
who tromped all over to rush the stage, kids who had not gotten good spots in
the morning but who felt they were entitled to block the view of those who had
(i'm young enough to be running down roads with lawn chairs at 6:15, but old
enought to wonder what happened to manners and civility).  i just didn't
understand...

sunday was wear list shirt day, get up even earlier, find more people in the
park earlier, figure out the big group is the list group...but too shy.  down
the hill when the first gate opens, i'm ahead of my partner cuz i run faster.
almost to lower parking lot.  bolt of lightning from sky.  tickets are in my
briefcase...back in hotel.  turn around and start running back up the hill.
get to meet bert, tho he didn't know it...i'm the person in the list t-shirt
who he yelled "you're running the wrong way!" to...they say when you get old,
the memory goes first.  i knew it was bert because he looked like what i
thought bert might look like, and while waiting for the first gate to open i'd
heard him called by his name.  at least my partner could still get us line
position, and it was still early enough after the roundtrip  i was even parked
in the same row.  crisis averted.  and we got the same "seats" as on saturday!

next list experience...joining the human scramble trying for moxy fruvous cds.
suddenly tall chris becker is reaching and handing disks to short me, saying,
"i'll grab some for a list person," and introducing himself.  it was not a good
time to be a short person in that chaos!

again, others have talked the music, all of which was excellent, even if
michelle shocked seemed to be on a slightly different planet.  i want the new
ig album _now_!  and a contrast...the kids who came crashing up from the back
through the crowd for ig were very different from the ani kids...less
confrontational, more apologetic, enthusiasm without hostile attitude.  again,
i just didn't get saturday...

and next year i'll be brave enough to talk to more of you, even if i'm older
than many of your parents, and a college professor to boot!  see you in the
parking lot at 6!

wendy palmquist

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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 23:11:51 -0400
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subject:      tried to be true

hello

a few people have written to the list commenting how happy they were to hear
ttbt both at hampton and newport.  how ironic was it that i was about to
write in asking if they play it at every show -- i've seen 6 and they have
played it at least four times, if not 5.  i was much more surprised and
grateful to finally hear kid fears.

kevin...  who is watching kay bailey (we don't need an endangered species
act) hutchinson speak at the republican convention and thinking that 10:15 is
a very reasonable time to go to bed -- well, at least tonight it is.

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date:         tue, 13 aug 1996 21:40:36 -0600
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subject:      how to get "no curfews"

hey y'all,

   woo boy, my mailbox has been swamped!  thank you to everyone who showed
interest in my bootleg compilation called "no curfews". i am putting
together a tape tree to get this tape distributed to those who want it. i
have gotten 12 people to be branches on the tape tree, a couple of back
ups, and someone for the uk branch and someone for the asia/australia
branch.  everyone who is a branch of the tree is in the process of sending
me their blank tape right now.  i'm hoping that everything is done and out
to the branches by the end of next week.  once i have put everything into
the mail, i will post the branches of the tree and y'all can write to them
and get addresses to send your blanks and your return addressed and stamped
envelopes.
     thank you to everyone who has expressed interest in this tape.  sorry
i couldn't respond personally back to all of you--i did to the first 25
(which took hours!) and then i got tired!  here is a list of the stuff on
the tape:

no curfews

side a
ballad of squeaky fromme (6/10/90 wfrg)
southland in the sprintime (unknown show)
prince of darkness (3/19/88 carrboro,nc)
everybody's waiting... (5/17/88 wrek)
chickenman (8/9/90 the roxy-atlanta)
romeo and juliet (4/27/91 university of rochester)
the woman in me (8/9/90 the roxy-atlanta)
the water is wide (club r&r)
i wanna be your lover (unknown show)
love's recovery (6/21/91 red rocks)

side b
no way to treat a friend (4/18/91 blacksburg, va)
weakness in me (unknown show)
holy city (golfing buddy bootleg)
hey jesus (11/13/87 chapel hill, nc)
pushin' the needle too far (shades of indigo)
play it again, sam (4/22/90 washington, dc)
fugitive (iwtoc)
down by the river (nff '95)
reunion (7/1/95 radio session 1)
closer to fine (7/1/95 radio session 1)

    one more thing, i didn't come up with the title for this myself.  it
was another list member, but i am sorry to say i can't remember the persons
name--it's been months.  could this person please write me, i'd like to
thank them and apologize for forgetting their name.    :(

                        --sunny

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date:         wed, 14 aug 1996 03:45:03 gmt
reply-to:     ahidalgo@fc.emc.com.ph
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         anna hidalgo <ahidalgo@fc.emc.com.ph>
organization: the e-mail company
subject:      your tape is in the mail!
x-to:         doobie@student.umass.edu

hi deb!

just wanted to let you know that i haven't fallen off the planet, and your
tape is in the mail. it should get to you within 2 weeks - my apologies for
my country's abominably slow postal system. thanks and take care! :)

anna

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