lifeblood: listlogs: 1996-09a


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date:         sat, 31 aug 1996 21:27:22 -0700
reply-to:     "kim: goddess of stuff" <rcn@prcn.org>
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from:         "kim: goddess of stuff" <rcn@prcn.org>
subject:      i'm baaaaaccckkkk!!!!

hey all...
my 'puter's in residence at my bestest bud's place for a bit, but i can
still access my e-mail, so *had* to re-subscribe cause i missed y'all so
much. glad i am here...
be reading you soon...
kim ( the weird one )
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"pain from pearls-hey little girl-
     how much have you grown?"
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date:         sun, 1 sep 1996 11:50:17 -0400
reply-to:     tiffany <slugger@prolog.net>
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from:         tiffany <slugger@prolog.net>
subject:      test(nigc)

hey...just wondering if there's something wrong with the list... seems awful
quiet.. anyone around? anyone else notice this?

tiff

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date:         sun, 1 sep 1996 09:08:37 -0700
reply-to:     aml@scn.org
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from:         ann m labeck <aml@scn.org>
subject:      bumbershoot!

the bumbershoot show last night was 90 mins. of indigo heaven! (the
seattle men's chorus were great, and phoebe snow kicked some serious
butt, i might add...)

here's the set list (off the top of my head, folks, so it's not in
order, and it's probably missing a song or two!)

reunion
least complicated
tried to be true
prince of darkness
get out the map
cut it out
the wood song
leeds
kid fears
kind friend
it's alright
winthrop
galileo
chickenman

encore:
shame on you
closer to fine

fashion police report:

amy:  light blue or white jeans (couldn't tell in the spotlight),
black t shirt (eastend needle exchange or something like that),
black boots

emily:  light blue t shirt, blue overalls, i couldn't see her feet.

they seemed to be having a lot of fun--they said they had
*just* gotten here from atlanta, (emily said "like about 15
minutes ago"--but didn't amy host the daemon records thing?
i missed that trying to position myself for a good place during
the presidents of the united states of america.  what was it
like up in the mosh pit, folks?  :) it looked *interesting.*)
and hadn't expected to play for so many people.
memorial stadium is rather large, i have no idea
how many people were there, but if i were to guess,
i would say that we numbered well over 10,000.
they played the new stuff, which was nice to hear
after hearing everyone else from other shows talk about these songs.
they kept thanking us for listening (it felt like the bumbershoot
'91 show when they said that!)  there were a few people talking
here and there during some of the new songs, but they were in the
minority, and i don't think a & e were aware of it.  leeds and
winthrop are truly heartbreaking.  emily's piano work was fine!
emily is my idol.

shame on you is great (i liked the la la's!).

what was that electric guitar that emily was playing?  anybody
who was up closer than moi (1/3 of the way back) see it?

they didn't have the tuning problems that everyone was talking
about earlier in the tour--except for the dulcimer string that
wouldn't tune (for kind friend)--emily said that >satan< was in
the dulcimer. it was kind of cute.  it was also cool to hear amy
mention spokane (i grew up there) in kind friend.

it seemed as though emily forgot the words briefly in galileo
(right at the beginning) --she got a really funny look on her face,
but folks just kept singing along with it, and she got back on track.

they seemed almost apologetic that they were doing new stuff,
and then amazed and happy that folks listened to it.

rude fan encounters:
it never ceases to amaze me how folks will arrive 30 mins.
prior to a show that's gen. adm. and wander down to the front
(and i wasn't all that close, but we had good seats..), and ask
if those seats are really saved, and and if we could squeeze in
to make room for them, etc. and they were
really quite put out when we said that they couldn't sit there
because someone else was.  sometimes you just want to say to
these folks, "you know, if you wanted to sit here, you could
have gotten here at 2 pm (or earlier, as a lot of folks did!)
when we did (the girls played at 9), and waited like the rest
of us.  sheesh.  and then they sat in
the aisles, and got pissed when the security folks asked them
to move.  then when security left, they came back, and
proceeded to cause an aisle blockage so serious that a couple
of people nearly fell down the stairs.  i think the thing that
i find irritating is the attitude that folks like this have---
like they're more intense fans than everyone else
(then why weren't they there earlier, hmmmmm?)
--and therefore somehow entitled to move
in on everyone else.  a few of them were teenage-types, but,
in defense of young people (i work with 'em, and love 'em!),
most of these *entitled* folks were clearly mid-30ish and up.
one can be rude at any age.  but!  people did listen!

but, i have to say that these people were the exception---most of
the folks i met were sooooo nice.  i didn't meet any listees--i
was with a group of folks and couldn't get away.  oh well.  next
time.

i can't wait for the new disc!

back to lurking,

ann

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date:         sun, 1 sep 1996 09:08:55 -0700
reply-to:     michael madin <madin@u.washington.edu>
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from:         michael madin <madin@u.washington.edu>
subject:      re: test(nigc) / bumbershoot
x-to:         tiffany <slugger@prolog.net>
in-reply-to:  <2.2.32.19960901155017.006a7f34@mail.prolog.net>

we're all in seattle for bumbershoot / at least that's what it felt like
last night --literally packed stadium for ig.

on sun, 1 sep 1996, tiffany wrote:

> hey...just wondering if there's something wrong with the list... seems awful
> quiet.. anyone around? anyone else notice this?
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> tiff
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date:         sun, 1 sep 1996 13:03:39 edt
reply-to:     chickensoprano <creechal@aslan.emu.edu>
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subject:      re: sotw: closer to fine -reply

on sat, 31 aug 1996 jorge sanchez wrote:

> you know, emily did leave amy for a while.  emily originally went to
> tulane university in new orleans, while amy was finishing up high
> school in atlanta.

hmm...i had never thought about it that way.  maybe amy is the "you"
emily is writing to.  they do seem to have different ways of
thinking.  i wonder, though, how this ties into their years together
at emory?

anna

"we got egos like hairdos, they're different everyday
depending on how we slept the night before, depending
on the demons at our door."  - ani difranco

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date:         sun, 1 sep 1996 13:18:44 -0500
reply-to:     stu_kaswenne@jmu.edu
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from:         kay <stu_kaswenne@jmu.edu>
subject:      honor the earth poster

sorry i have to post this to the whole group....

i can't remember you said they had a few of these posters to sell. i
tried to send a check, but it was returned because of insufficient
address information.
please e-mail me!

thanks
peace
-kay

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date:         sun, 1 sep 1996 12:12:30 -0500
reply-to:     jorge sanchez <jsanch@wpo.it.luc.edu>
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from:         jorge sanchez <jsanch@wpo.it.luc.edu>
subject:      re: sotw: closer to fine -reply -reply

>>> chickensoprano <creechal@aslan.emu.edu>  9/1/96, 12:03pm >>>

hmm...i had never thought about it that way.  maybe amy is the "you"
emily is writing to.  they do seem to have different ways of
thinking.  i wonder, though, how this ties into their years together
at emory?

anna

i'm not sure, because i believe amy studied at vanderbilt (which is
the basis for the song "nashville") and i've been wondering for a
while how they both wound up at emory.  but i guess that would be
delving into a & e's private lives, which we are forbidden to touch.
but i too wonder how they both wound up at emory.  too bad they
didn't go to indiana jones's alma mater (go loyola chicago ramblers!)

about ctf, if you read the notes in 1200c, amy says that when emily
first played this song for her, she thought it wasn't one of emily's
best, but, she says, what do i know?


-j

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date:         sun, 1 sep 1996 10:51:30 -0700
reply-to:     "lisa lewis (excell data corporation)" <v-lisal@microsoft.com>
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from:         "lisa lewis (excell data corporation)" <v-lisal@microsoft.com>
subject:      ig at bumbershoot rocked!

hi all in list land,

i haven't posted in a few months...so consider this a warning...it's a
bit long.

well we west coasters finally got our ig fix! the show was amazing!
which we were a bit nervous about because of an earlier anouncement. but
the show was one of the best i've seen!  seattle audiences are the best!
there was a huge crowd, they played all their new stuff (which is all
great!) and commented on what a great audience we were. (we all ready
knew that!) i will let someone else post the set list as i didn't write
it down. but it was similar to previous shows.
hi to my new list buddies who i hung out with...ruth, ms. homewardbound,
stacy from tacoma and the other folks who were with us...whose names are
escaping me at this moment. sorry for not showing up rosebud...went home
to take care of the dog. send me e-mail and we'll swap tapes! did
anybody boot the show??
i will let all the others tell the many detail of the show. there were
many humorous moments from the girls last night, however mine came from
a young lady behind me.  emily sings the line "don't hate me because i'm
gay" and this gal turns to one of her friends and says "they're gay? i
didn't know they were gay. this must be a lesbo heaven!" (yes, it was,
but that's beside the point!) what can i say...when you have a large
music festival like bumbershoot...they let all the riffraff in. ms.
homewardbound and i agreed that you have to pass and ig trivia test and
the more you know, gets you closer to the front of the stage. works for
me! <g>
well that's all from me for now... got to go pack for my vacation!!!
let's have a nw gathering soon.

peace y'all

lisa

"wow...that's the moon, i thought it was a roller coaster!" emily
saliers

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date:         sun, 1 sep 1996 13:52:53 -0500
reply-to:     molly jane b murphy <julj03a@prodigy.com>
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from:         molly jane b murphy <julj03a@prodigy.com>
subject:      wild horses...killer versions

the version that old and in the way , a little bluegrass band with
david grisman, jerry garcia, john kahn, peter rowan, and vassar
clemens, do is really sweet.  gives the song a whole new dimension.
the orginal has always had a special place in my heart though.  it's
such a sweet little song, very sorrowful.

gwen

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date:         sun, 1 sep 1996 12:29:20 -0700
reply-to:     gwendigo <gkeyt@paul.spu.edu>
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from:         gwendigo <gkeyt@paul.spu.edu>
subject:      bumbershoot show...front row!
in-reply-to:  <199609011608.jaa26211@scn.org>

well, bumbershoot 96 on saturday was the best $10 i have ever spent.  i am
sitting here now, aching in muscles i didn't know i had, nursing my hoarse
throat with some tea and reliving the kick-ass concert of the millenium.
jessi and i got there at 11, were in line with the presidents of the
united states of america fans and got into the stadium at noon when the
gates opened.  we sat up close in the bleachers so we could make a dash
for it when the pusa fans cleared.  and i might add, all three of those
acts were awesome...i havn't heard young fresh fellows in a number of
years, and while they are getting older, they're still fun live.  rev.
hornton heat was a lot of fun too (although it is "white boy" music, much
the same way primus is...imo...still fun)  and pusa was a crowd-pleaser
(deservedly...they were good...but you couldn't help be pleased if you
were a sweaty fourteen year old boy who came to sing your heart out to
"peaches"...)  so that was the first four hours.  jessi and i snaked our
way into the dispersing mosh pit at the end of the pusa show, grabbed
another obvious ig fan named layla (with her earth-woman tat and short
hair and pride rings, she just didn't fit in with all the stinky
adolescent boys we were trying to get around) and found the front of the
stage!  just barely stage left of center, we were ready to stand there for
the next 5 hours until ig came out.

the seattle men's chorus and phoebe snow were the best openers i have ever
heard.  they rocked and rocked.  a drum group called women can drum played
with smc...i had never heard them before....and they were amazing. four
women in colorful scarves playing bongos and all kinds of amazing
drums...the woman with the grey hair playing in the front was the most
inspiring to me, but they all were so talented and were obviously having a
blast.  i had never gotten to hear smc before, and from the front row we
could see their signer interpreting all the lyrics, and the reactions from
the tenor ii's when the familiar scent of pot wafted up toward them.  the
pianist was having a blast, and they all seemed surprised that such an
imposing crowd, obviously there to hear their ig idols, were such an
appreciative audience.  they closed with a beautiful arrangement of we
shall overcome (sounded like their standard closing number).

phoebe!  my god!  dare i say it?--even if ig had never come out, i would
have been happy with just phoebe.  don't flame me!  she was the shit.
talented, funny, really reactive with the crowd...she told us this hideous
story about her friend the hare krishna standing under the space
needle...and kept trying to get out of telling it, but we made her...she
was so cute.  her band was great, and especially her keyboardist, gerard
something (mckee?) who looked like a blond cross between woody allen and
david byrne, wearing a gray suit, a blue shirt and a thin pink tie, with
dr. marten clogs...came out playing keyboard with one hand and smoking a
stogey with the other, and then kept pulling out instruments...now he's
playing guitar...now he's playing harmonica...now he's playing something
else!  we were very entertained watching him.  phoebe is coming out with
her first album in seven years and i recommend that anyone who wants to
hear the goddess of blues go out and get this album.  she was the first
opener i have seen that came out for an encore...for which she wasn't
prepared, and so she started a folk song but apologized and switched in
the middle to "rockin' pneumonia and the boogey-woogey flu" and then
played a few more.  my all time favorite of her set was a lovely rendition
of etta james' "at last".

okay, okay, then ig came out at 9:10, as reported previously, just the two
of them.  amy's shirt said "lower eastside needle exchange" and they had
just come in from la.  they opened with reunion and kept rocking our world
for an hour and a half.  jess and i seemed to be the only ones in our
section of the front (the "mosh pit" :) prepared for this to be a real
practice tour.  obviously the tshirts had just been put together a few
weeks before, and all these fans kept coming by before the show started
saying "why does it say 'map' on it?"  so i filled everyone in on the new
songs and why this was a practice tour, when they are going into the
studio, the new instruments they were playing, etc.  "don't give that girl
a gun" was amazing, "leeds" and "winthrop" were heartbreaking, "hey kind
friend" satisfying in its pnw references ("on a ferryboat to
vancouver"...and olympia, spokane and the cascades..:)...and of course
this is the one that amy started out by introducing as having given em the
dulcimer for her birthday so she would learn to play it, only to have the
thing keepslipping out of tune (amy:"you want a screwdriver?" <smirk> em:
"nah, it has satan in it...we'll do this later...sorry guys!" amy:"well,
it's a cheap one...")

by the middle of the show, memorial stadium had filled to capacity, which
one of the security guards told us was 80,000.  this was more than the
pusa crowd by quite a bit.
em looked right at me and my popping martian toy three times...the third
time i offered it to her and she gave me a thumbs-up, so i had a guard put
it up on the stage...no one can resist a popping martian toy.  (you know,
those stress relievers they had in the 70's??) i'm sure they needed some
stress relief after such a whirlwind not-tour.
and em's moon flake-out was really cute; the moon did look huge, and all
80,000 of us turned around to look at it (it was directly in front of the
stage, so the girls were looking at it all night).

all in all, a great night.  i met sundara and corrinne (hi!) and saw
several other list shirts, but didn't meet them.  i didn't make it to the
rosebud because i couldn't find everyone at the space needle and then
couldn't find the cafe...and it occurs to me that this might have been a
problem, coz unless it's just really well hidden or unless it's the gay
90's lounge, it's just not there at 7th and pike; i know downtown pretty
well and i couln't find it at all. anyway, maybe next time.
ta!

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"i'm trying to hold this like rain in a river, everything is getting
bigger better (this won't last forever)--touch me fall..." a.r.
******gwen keyt******
seattle pacific university
bsn class of 1997
gkeyt@paul.spu.edu
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date:         sun, 1 sep 1996 16:07:16 edt
reply-to:     chickensoprano <creechal@aslan.emu.edu>
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subject:      re: sotw: closer to fine -reply -reply

on sun, 1 sep 1996 jorge sanchez wrote:

> but i too wonder how they both wound up at emory.

actually, i'm really not concerned about why they both went to emory.
if i could go to the same school with my best friend, i probably
would, too.

> about ctf, if you read the notes in 1200c, amy says that when emily
> first played this song for her, she thought it wasn't one of emily's
> best, but, she says, what do i know?

i have 1200c, so i've read that.  my wondering was that what if ctf was
indeed written to amy?  that adds a different dimetion to the
relationship between a & e that i had not thought of before.
thoughts anyone?

anna
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date:         sun, 1 sep 1996 16:40:20 edt
reply-to:     chickensoprano <creechal@aslan.emu.edu>
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organization: eastern mennonite university
subject:      re: undeliverable message

sorry to bother the list, but i'm getting tired of receiving this
message every time i post something to the list.  who knows what to
do about this undeliverable-to address?

anna


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date:         sun, 1 sep 1996 13:56:01 -0700
reply-to:     kristina <andrade@az.com>
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from:         kristina <andrade@az.com>
subject:      bumbershoot yay!

hey list peoples, i'm still in bremerton and wont be back in bellingham
for a couple days. anyway just some quick comments about b-shoot. the
girls rocked! good thing memorial stadium didnt have a roof cause they
would have blown it off (hee). i was in the front row with liz and it was
worth the 10 hours i sat in the stadium, oh yes it was. :) (the music all
day was pretty good and i actually enjoyed hearing all of the bands in
the stadium). and i just have to say that chickenman kicked some serious
ass. being so close to amy and seeing her face while she was singing her
guts out oooooooooooh man. the pit wasnt anything like the pit at new
orleans (if you were there then you know it was huge). so we were even
closer this time. when i got home i called my friend (at 3am) and babbled
to him for an hour about how amazing the show was and how much i wished
he was there to see it. i just wanted to say i have an amazing friend
cause he didnt hang up on me til *i* said i needed to sleep haha.

anyway mere words couldnt do it justice. i really hope everyone had a
great time even if you werent up close to the front. oh emily also
mentioned that they thought they were going to be playing in a small club
(she saus that's what they were told) and they walked out to an audience
of 20=25,000!!! i asked the security guard in the pit what the attendance
was and he said 20-25,000! this was a football field and the field was
packed and the stands were filled to the rafters as well. *wow*
they also looked very happy and thrilled with the audience (they kept
saying ""you guys are great, you have no idea!" which i think is in
reference to the rude audiences they experienced earlier on the tour in
the smaller venues. if people were talking last night they werent doing
it up front where a+e could have heard them. when the security guard
starting talking during winthrup (winthrop?) people shhhh!ed him like
librarians. :)
oh they also let us sing a lot! we sang 2 entire verses in galileo and an
entire verse in closer to fine (the bar at 3am verse). they just stepped
back from their microphones and played and looked at us in total
amazement like "wow" and looked at each other and laughed cause we were
singing so loudly!!! it was so amazing! :) :) :) the boot of this show is
going to be killer, if you werent there then this is a must-have
(seriously). i hope someone booted it and i hope it's a good one cause
they sounded so incredible. big huge smile.

also, they were still on atlanta time when they arrived right before the
show so it's really cool they put every bit of their beings into this
show even though they still felt like it was atlanta time (after
midnight). i cant tell you how incredible it is to see them so close.
man... wow. :)

i was thinking of sending a postcard to the fanclub address and asking
them to play a couple dates in the northwest next year because we love
themn so much here. i think after last night they know thats true but it
would be neat if all us list members who were there just sent in a
postcard from the northwest and said "please come back next year" or
whatever. i know it's dorky but i think it would be neat if they received
a bunch of cards that said "saw you at bumbershoot blah blah blah come
back next year blah" sort of thing. i dont care if they dont see them, i
want the management office to see them. :)

god sorry this is so long. i am babbling and paying ld charges to babble,
great. liz, thanks so much for being there with me. it was so cool to
have someone to scream *at* like "this is so fucking cool" and not have
the person think i was a total psycho!!! :) we met each other totally by
accident cause neither was wearing a list t-shirt (i left mine in b'ham).
we started chatting because it was only 3 or 4 pm and we had a long wait
ahead of us. i mentioned i was looking for people and she mentioned she
was looking for people "but didnt know what any of them looked like" and
i had a brilliant though "gee could this be a list member?" grin

gotta run, sorry for making you read this nonsense if you even made it
this far.
hugs and kisses and screams of *joy*
kristina :)
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subject:      re: bumbershoot show...front row!

  her band was great, and especially her keyboardist, gerard
>something (mckee?) who looked like a blond cross between woody allen and
>david byrne, wearing a gray suit, a blue shirt and a thin pink tie, with
>dr. marten clogs...came out playing keyboard with one hand and smoking a
>stogey with the other, and then kept pulling out instruments...now he's
>playing guitar...now he's playing harmonica...now he's playing something
>else!  we were very entertained watching him.

are you talking about gerard mchugh? was he there? thanx for the _thorough_
report!

~abigail
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stargazing, painting picture perfect maps
of how my life and love would be
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i missed ten million miles of road i should've seen"

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subject:      url for minneapolis concert?

long time, no post...

i'll be headed for the minneapolis honor the earth show on september 20th
and was wondering with anyone knew the url to get the concert over
realaudio? i'm going to try and have a friend tape the concert for me. does
anyone know if the concert's .ra or .ram file will be archived anywhere for
later downloading?

eddie

p.s. is anyone else from the usual ig kansas/missouri crowd going to the
show? i haven't seen any of you guys in a long time!!!

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subject:      bshoot/shameless plug

hey y'all,
thanks for all the great reviews!  someone (gwen?) mentioned the drumming
group called women can drum--are you sure it wasn't ladies don't drum?
sounds like you got the message ;) !  the gray-haired woman is simone la
drumma welsh, and she, along with the rest of them, rules.  i saw her at the
uw's women in the arts concert and all 5 of them at folklife.  she teaches
classes all around the pnw, so check her out.
did anybody catch laura love?
peace,
karey
(karey weisman eals <karey@u.washington.edu>)

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subject:      bumbershoot and listers

wow.

i could leave it at that.. but no.. i won't.  i met so many cool folks..
lurkers galore... jenny(i?) in particular... heh heh heh... i am horrid with
names but am waving frantically at the lisas, the stac(e)y(i)'s, the
jenn(i)(nney)(ifer)'s, the liz's, and all the others who - unfortunately for
me, did not share a name with another.. lol.. no wait.. lisa is waaaay cool
... ruth is waaaay cool.. oh also howdy to the utah contingent who we could
not link up with after the dameon show... since everyone else had stuff to
say about ig and since your memories are better than mine (and i am still
sleepy) i'll mention the daemon show:

        amy was supposed to host it but it was announced prior that she had,
sadly, a death in the family and would not be there for the daemon show..
but would be in for the ig show that night.. heck - what a trooper eh?  all
of us send condolences to anyone reading this who knows her, kay?  (this
explains, btw, why ig flew in right before the show... "like 15 mins ago" as
emily said.)
        the first band was "belloluna" and they were good and rocked... and
were fun!
        danielle howle was next and she is awesome!! for starters she could
just read a phonebook to me and i would be in heaven... her singing voice is
amazing, her presence is shy and goofy and fun.. and her songs are great!!!!
i highly reccomend ordering her album.  (thru daemon on course) she is a
neat person as well and was totally overwhelmed when i went up and got her
sig on jenny's cd.  in fact, she made me give her my "sig' (for her mailing
list) in return!!!  waaay cool.

        last and wonderful was michelle malone.. 1st time i have seen her...
wow... i was only disappointed b/c the organizers were so frantic about time
and made the performers for daemon stick to close constraints.. so they were
rushed.. bummer... but only one.

and ig...??? wow.  a big wow.

and the ig-listers? you all rock.  i want to get together again very very
soon, kay?  utah bunch - how long will you be here?

signing off now.... maybe more later....  bumbershoot was easily the best
time i have had in months.  kim.. well kim.. all i can say is that nearly
everyone asked about you.. we missed you bad, hon.

tracy
^~^~~~^^~^~^~back home with my mountains!!~^~^~^~

"whoa... it's the moon... i thought it was a roller coaster or something...."
                                        -- emily saliers
"you thought the moon was a roller coaster?!?!"
                                        -- amy ray

31 august 1995 bumbershoot festival

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date:         sun, 1 sep 1996 15:45:43 -0700
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subject:      yet another bumbershoot review.

<grin> yes, it was a totally awesome show, and completely worth waiting for
as long as we did. purely coincidence that i ran into kristina, but i'm glad
that i did, i don't know what i'd have done by myself. :) she's right, it's
a lot more fun with someone there who knows exactly how excited you are and
who doesn't look at you like you're insane when you say something about it.
we were also right up front, on amy's side. the sun was in our eyes for part
of the seattle men's chorus, but it was still a marvelous show. i still get
chills when i think about the final song, we shall overcome. and yeah, the
name of the group who played with them is ladies don't drum. one of the
first things claire said when she sat down was 'ladies do drum,' to which
she got thunderous applause. :)
phoebe snow kicked ass, that's all there is to it. she's got such an
incredible range, and what lyrics, too. a real cool, bluesy type feel. i
forget the name of the keyboardist, but it wasn't gerard mchugh, it was
mccann or something like that. i have to confess, i was a bit more impressed
with her guitarist, though. talk about wailing on the strings... :) she was
a great opening act for the girls, but i would've gone to see her even by
herself, hare krishna story aside. sheesh. pigeon-poop. ewwww. :)

ig's set was stellar, as everyone else so far has said. they seemed so
alive, like they were enjoying themselves so much..it was really good to
see. when they walked out on stage, emily said something about just flying
in from atlanta and that someone told them they were playing a club not a
stadium. :) kristina's right, though, as well that they weren't, i bet
people could hear the noise from the stadium from across the city.
chickenman rocked, amy had another soc in the middle of it about argentina.
leeds and winthrop were heartbreaking, emily's got such a sweet voice, even
after touring as much as they have in the past month. i can't wait for the
new cd to come out, all the new stuff we heard was totally cool. :)
i was really surprised to hear kid fears and prince of darkness, actually..i
think they chose some of those songs just because the audience was so
phenomenally huge; when we all sang michael stipe's part in kf, looked to me
like emily's eyes about popped out of her head. :) the security guards
looked really surprised too, at all the women standing in front of them
singing their hearts out.
amy's shirt said 'lower east side needle exchange,' i believe. she was
wearing a jacket when they first started playing, but she took it off after
the first couple of songs, which made someone standing near us hoot
something out.
i'm still so thrilled about being able to be there, it was soo worth
standing through three odd sort of bands in the afternoon to get so close
and to experience what we did. they really looked like they were having a
good time, all smiles and very energetic.

anyway, i'm done spouting off now, too. here's hoping the next album comes
out soon and that they tour soon after...a road trip to vancouver and
portland sounds like a -great- idea if they play all three places!

may you never thirst,
liz

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subject:      welcome back into my world!

hi everyone!

i know, you've heard it all before, but i"m *back*!  howdy, alycia,
corinne, other listees, hello again.  my two week hiatus is complete, with
me on the other side of the country.  ann arborites, thanks for your help,
e-mail me and let's meet!  the ark?

and to all of you who went to bumbershoot, i'm jealous as all *hell*!  not
only were the girls there, but also my fab girlfriend, from whom i am 1800
miles away (hear peter paul and mary wailing "1800 miles, 1800 miles).
you guys got to be in the same auditorium and i didn't.  however, i have
it on good report that she has access to a very good bootleg.  i don't
want to tell tales that aren't mine, though, so as soon as i get my hot
little hands on it, i'll let you all know, if it hasn't been known before.

god i love you guys!

christa manning, write me all about my gf!  i hear you've met!

someone please let me know if good bootleg offers have shown up since aug
15, i haven't been on since then.

alone in a strange town, it's good to be home.

love, peace and second row seats,
chris ii

who hasn't figured out this e-mail system yet, and so has no brilliant
sig. file.

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maybe they changed their name.  unless someone out there remembers
otherwise, i distinctly remember them being called women can drum.

*************************************************************************
"i'm trying to hold this like rain in a river, everything is getting
bigger better (this won't last forever)--touch me fall..." a.r.
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on sun, 1 sep 1996, karey eals wrote:

> hey y'all,
> thanks for all the great reviews!  someone (gwen?) mentioned the drumming
> group called women can drum--are you sure it wasn't ladies don't drum?
>  sounds like you got the message ;) !  the gray-haired woman is simone la
> drumma welsh, and she, along with the rest of them, rules.  i saw her at the
> uw's women in the arts concert and all 5 of them at folklife.  she teaches
> classes all around the pnw, so check her out.
> did anybody catch laura love?
> peace,
> karey
> (karey weisman eals <karey@u.washington.edu>)
>
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subject:      re: url for minneapolis concert?

howdy!

this is direct from the what's new page at monsterbit. hope it helps!

honor the earth campaign update

the honor the earth campaign is proud to announce the first in a series =
of live internet
broadcasts. on september 20, monsterbit media inc. will broadcast a =
benefit concert live from
northrup auditorium at the minnaepolis campus of the university of =
minnesota, featuring artists on
the honor i cd. starting at 7:30 p.m. cdt, the broadcast includes =
performances by indigo girls,
bruce cockburn, sherman alexie, and indigenous. all net proceeds benefit =
the honor the earth
campaign.=20

the ongoing honor the earth campaign is the first national fundraising =
and public education
campaign uniting grassroots indigenous communities across north america. =
sponsored by three
national organizations - the seventh generation fund, the indigenous =
women's network, and the
indigenous environmental network - the campaign works to support more =
than 200 indigenous
groups on the front-line of environmental protection.=20

oh, did we mention the aug. 20th release date for the daemon records =
honor1 cd. great
music, great artists. this release features original tracks from indigo =
girls, toad the wet sprocket,
exene cervenka, bonnie raitt, soul aslyum, matthew sweet, and many =
others. ...reserve your
copy of the cd by going to http://monsterbit.com/daemon/honor/. for =
information about the
campaign, the benefits and the broadcasts, please consult the honor the =
earth web site at
http://www.honorearth.com .=20

oh, and if you haven't yet, buy the honor1 cd. don't tape it for a =
friend, buy it. don't loan it to your sister, buy it for her. it is a =
benefit album, so sales matter. :)

peace and all that,

susan & jocelyn
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from:   lawyerman[smtp:eml@sky.net]
sent:   sunday, september 01, 1996 4:04 pm
to:     multiple recipients of list indigo-girls
subject:        url for minneapolis concert?

long time, no post...

i'll be headed for the minneapolis honor the earth show on september =
20th
and was wondering with anyone knew the url to get the concert over
realaudio? i'm going to try and have a friend tape the concert for me. =
does
anyone know if the concert's .ra or .ram file will be archived anywhere =
for
later downloading?

eddie

p.s. is anyone else from the usual ig kansas/missouri crowd going to the
show? i haven't seen any of you guys in a long time!!!

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http://www.sky.net/~eml/        | http://www.sky.net/~eml/kcmusic.html

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subject:      re: ctf etc

        hi y'all...just to add my two bits in about this ongoing
conversation... i would tend to disagree that the song was written about amy
by emily...but i wouldn't be surprised if she was speaking about her family
and friends in general.  i don't want to cross any lines, but emily has a
long history of songs about/for/dedicated to her family (history of us is
one example)...and i do recall that emily said that her time at tulane
university down in new orleans was not the happiest, and it is there she
wrote this song.  (not to mention performed it for the first time in the
french quarter with amy, bringing in a couple of bucks in the meantime...)
imho i think like all of us have felt at one time or another, a bit of
homesickness and longing for things familiar...

        as far as amy's comment on the 1200 liner notes...i think amy really
is at war with herself when it comes to songs they have played a lot or are
expected to play (see also the liner notes for loc).  i believe imo that
those songs are in some ways preventing them from breaking away from the old
indigo girls music and image into something new and (gasp) more mature...(at
least as far as it pertains to amy's comments)
        and before i get any flames...i find nothing wrong with the "old"
material, but as someone who has done some writing, it is very hard to break
out a set image whether it is music or anything else.

        just spouting off and obviously i have a tad too much time on my hands!!
        peace   jen

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subject:      re: ctf etc

for what it's worth, i'd tend to agree with the family interpretation,
mainly because emily said she wrote it while on a vacation with her fam. i
also doubt that amy'd be quick to say that a song written for or about her
wasn't a very strong work.

            ~abigail

t 09:06 pm 9/1/96 -0400, you wrote:
>        hi y'all...just to add my two bits in about this ongoing
>conversation... i would tend to disagree that the song was written about amy
>by emily...but i wouldn't be surprised if she was speaking about her family
>and friends in general.  i don't want to cross any lines, but emily has a
>long history of songs about/for/dedicated to her family (history of us is
>one example)...and i do recall that emily said that her time at tulane
>university down in new orleans was not the happiest, and it is there she
>wrote this song.  (not to mention performed it for the first time in the
>french quarter with amy, bringing in a couple of bucks in the meantime...)
>imho i think like all of us have felt at one time or another, a bit of
>homesickness and longing for things familiar...
>
>        as far as amy's comment on the 1200 liner notes...i think amy really
>is at war with herself when it comes to songs they have played a lot or are
>expected to play (see also the liner notes for loc).  i believe imo that
>those songs are in some ways preventing them from breaking away from the old
>indigo girls music and image into something new and (gasp) more mature...(at
>least as far as it pertains to amy's comments)
>        and before i get any flames...i find nothing wrong with the "old"
>material, but as someone who has done some writing, it is very hard to break
>out a set image whether it is music or anything else.
>
>        just spouting off and obviously i have a tad too much time on my
hands!!
>        peace   jen
>
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stargazing, painting picture perfect maps
of how my life and love would be
not counting the unmarked paths of misdirection
my compass, faith in love's perfection
i missed ten million miles of road i should've seen"

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subject:      mommy, my ears hurt !

i'm a crispy critter with sore ears, but had a groovy time at bumbershoot !!

those guys know how to throw one hell of a festival !!!!
the daemon showcase was great!!! run !!! do not walk !!!!
and buy every album by danielle howle that you can get yur hot
liitle hands on !!! for those of you who spent the day in the
stadium, she's gonna be back in seattle in two weeks  !!! :) :) :)

and i know that yaaaaallll know that michelle malone is a goddess.
just a girl and her guitar servin' up vein slicers and happy
songs(well, kinda happy, i suppose...) one right after the other.
she was supposed to play with the girls but got waylaid somewhere
apparently :(

traaaacy ...poop ! i know you were there but i dint' meet you :(
saw a bunch a folks with list shirts..but didn't break the ice :(
i was all wrapped up into staking out photo ops, and overtaken
by a debilitating bout of shyness......and then it was too late.
then it was crazy at ig !!
we got there at the end of smc and ended up in the floor,
3 humans back from the stage on the side :)
( amy's side) (heh, heh)(not bad, if i do say so myself :).
and no ! we did not cut in front of anybody !!!

i was very impressed with the energy of the girls !
it's amazing how they can fill up such a large place !!
leeds actually gave me goose bumps !!!!! what was even more
incredible was the sight of so many people, packed together like
sardines, giving a&e their complete attention. during leeds they
(we) reacted at meaningful lyrics in the song.....an indication of
how closely we(they) were listening :)
i couldn't make it to the thing after the show :(
had to hook up with the folks i came with and all that. :( sorry)

saw caroline aikins today woooohoooo she was smokin' !!!!!!
the wild stage was definitely the "center of the universe'
(aside from the ig set). very relaxed...folks mingling with the musicians
and all that. got to shake caroline aikins hand and babbled incoherently
for a moment (of course i thought of brilliant chatter an hour later :)
hey !!! caroline is playing borders books , in tacoma on tuesday
(7pm),
for those of you who missed her at bumbershoot, she is a must see !!!
let me know if any are goin' maybe we can meet in rl !!!! :)

must sleep now
claire (binky)

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caroline aiken...not aikins...i am sooo embarassed...
its late..i'm fried....and i cannot spell to save my life.

*sigh*

bunky

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subject:      random (nigc)...

     you know i've always wondered...what's the purpose of having record
     labels.  don't effectively just need a studio and a company that
     manufacturers cds.  what does the record label actually do?  allow for
     selling?

     any insight would be great.

     holly

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organization: universidad politecnica
subject:      nigc:ferran is back!!

hello!
i'm back .anyone who trading with me or wanted to talk with me (about
the posts i sent on july the 30th).let me know!!
the traders,please let me know about the tapes.what do you think
about them??
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universitat politecnica  de valencia
valencia (europe)
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subject:      happy birthday! (september 2, 1996)

mulligae@gar.union.edu (eileen t. mulligan) (happy 27th!):
"we act empty and innocent but we are fueled by distortions (i remember you
when we were shiny and new) of lives led in discontent trading misfortunes
(now you guard your faith) cause faith is one thing that is hard to deliver
(temper your speed)) it feels funny being free..."

(reunion)

:) :) :)
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hello!

i'm back .anyone who trading with me or wanted to talk with me (about
the posts i sent on july the 30th).let me know!! the traders,please
let me know about the tapes.what do you think about them??

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hello!

i'm back .anyone who trading with me or wanted to talk with me (about
the posts i sent on july the 30th).let me know!! the traders,please
let me know about the tapes.what do you think about them??

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i do belive that record lables do the actuall marketing and distrupting

on mon, 2 sep 1996, holly tang wrote:

>      you know i've always wondered...what's the purpose of having record
>      labels.  don't effectively just need a studio and a company that
>      manufacturers cds.  what does the record label actually do?  allow for
>      selling?
>
>      any insight would be great.
>
>      holly
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native atlantans and those familiar with the city.  i will be flying to
atlanta in two weeks for a couple of job interviews.

i have already visited virginia highlands and the emory area --- where else
do you suggest that i visit?  how would i drive to little five points?
where are good vegetarian places to eat?

any help would be greatly appreciated.  (however, i am currently off of the
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thanks for the assistance!!!  cannot wait for my trip!
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i'd guess that reccord labels exist so the music industry can be controlled.
it's an buisness, and run like any business, the suits upstairs have more
control than most of us would like to think. things like which songs become
popular and who's going to be the next sex symbol are seldom left to chance,
and i think that's why so many artists become so frustrated and fed up with
the music industry once their signed. imho, that's why it's so wonderful
when labels like daemon and rightous babe emerge--labels that work for the
artists and their unrestricted creativity. then again, i'm really not to
sure that any of the above stated is correct, it's just what i've been able
to gather from my standpoint :)
~abigail (go indie musicians go!)

>at 03:39 pm 9/2/96 -0400, you wrote:
>>     you know i've always wondered...what's the purpose of having record
>>     labels.  don't effectively just need a studio and a company that
>>     manufacturers cds.  what does the record label actually do?  allow for
>>     selling?
>>
>>     any insight would be great.
>>
>>     holly
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****************in the words of emily saliers:******************

"there i am in younger days
stargazing, painting picture perfect maps
of how my life and love would be
not counting the unmarked paths of misdirection
my compass, faith in love's perfection
i missed ten million miles of road i should've seen"

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anna:

the reason i was wondering about how they wound up at emory was
because they at first went to two distant and different insitutions
and then reunited at emory.  was it because of their music?  was it
that they just didn't like their respective colleges (vanderbilt and
tulane)?  was it for some other reason?  as long as it doesn't fall
under the "unmentionable category"  i'd like to know about it.

-j

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subject:      bumbershot (that's what i am)

what can i say to add to this???   i love bumbershoot.

moshing.... don't do it.  don't wait in a mosh pit for 4 hours.  wait
outside of it.  (ask sundara about the many kicks to the head....)

indigo girls... were in rare form.  they were absolutely amazing.

favorite moments of the concert.... in closer to fine, there was no guest to
play the flute or a whistle or anything so emily said, "everybody whistle!"
and we all did and laughed our heads off.  after that they both stopped
playing and we all sang the last verse acapella.  that was cute.

everyone was silent and attentive when emily played her new piano songs,
which were beautiful.  you could tell they were appreciative that we were
such a good audience as compared to some other shows.  they were like, "you
guys are so good for listening."  i was so proud.

i was so close!!!

another highlight... i met caroline aiken and she is a goddess, y'all.  she
was so nice.  we camera happy girls even got her to pose with us.

it was great to meet all of you.... sundara and robin especially, and gwen,
sarah, tina and whoever else i met.  sundara and i emailed each other inside
the stadium... how cool is that????  we had to, it was too loud to talk
during the presidents.   anyway...  special thanks and love to the head
taters...  karen and christa!   without them we'd still be at seatac,
looking for amy ray.  we love you and missed you last night.

christine!   i will mail you shortly pally and i will drag your gf over here
to mail you too.... ro-chelle!

igigigigigigigigig!!!!!!!!    i hope heaven is an indigo girls concert.


corinne... and the utah girls.   :)

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on sun, 1 sep 1996 abigail wrote in agreement with jen:

> for what it's worth, i'd tend to agree with the family interpretation,
> mainly because emily said she wrote it while on a vacation with her fam. i
> also doubt that amy'd be quick to say that a song written for or about her
> wasn't a very strong work.

your both probably right.  my theory was the result of a sudden brain
connection that has little background knowledge of ctf beyond the
liner notes for 1200c.  but, along that line, does anyone know if a &
e have ever written a song to or for one or the other?

anna


"lord, what fools these mortals be." - puck

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subject:      bumbershoot

well, i have to give my review of the day's events at bumbershoot.

got there at about 11:30. met some friends at the front of the line (shame on
me). met karen and karin from utah and sundara-all from the list.

i know now that i know very little about the current music scene. i'm 34 and
still really like some bands that were popular when i was a teenager, and
most of my other musical tastes are pretty eclectic-i don't really know
anything about grunge or the music that we heard in the afternoon of the
indigo girls show - young fresh fellows, reverend horton heat, and the
presidents. i don't really know what category these groups fall into- are
they all considered rockabilly? now that i've confessed how completely unhip
i am...

when they opened the stadium i ran to get in the front row. i was completely
front and center preparing for a long day of waiting for the indigo girls.

so the young fresh fellows came on and that went o.k. i got a kick out of
some of their songs - one where they trash amy grant and insinuate that she
fantasizes about barry white. then another one where it starts out nice and
slow and then the guitars get really loud and they all scream "i just get
pissed!" my friend and i had a good time with that one for the rest of the
day.

so everything is going o.k. until the reverend comes on. suddenly my friend
is completely smashed into the back of me as the crowd rushes the stage. i am
completely smashed against "the wall". i might have been able to deal with
this until they started passing people over the top of our heads. there was a
security guard directly in front of me and i said "you've got to get me out
of here." so he lifted my friend and i over the top of the wall. what a trip!
i kind of enjoyed being rescued by this big burly security gaurd. :  )

so-my first experience (and hopefully my last) experience with a mosh pit.
but think of the t-shirt possibilities: i got moshed for the indigo girls. or
how bout the headlines: indigo fans stuck in mosh pit by mistake. anyway, i
did notice i wasn't the only fan unable to withstand the mosh pit. others
were lifted out or found there way out somehow.

so we sat in the stands until the presidents were almost done, braved my way
back into the mosh pit and found my place again front and center to wait for
the girls.  so the presidents were an interesting group. something about
eating alot of peaches in the country and they have something against cats.

basically, dittoes on all the previous posts regarding the show. i really
enjoyed the fact that it was just the girls and their instruments and no
other musicians. i like hearing them like that. i took some incredible
pictures.

people we were standing in line with said they had heard the girls warming up
at about 10:30. then em says they just got in. did they fly out in the
morning for the memorial service and return in the evening? i'm curious how
this could be done.

em had overalls on that were held together on the side with about 4 big
safety pins. that was pretty cute. i had a feeling they were going to do a
3rd encore and the bumbershoot folks said sorry, times up. they had set up 2
extra microphones originally.

thats it. thanks for enduring this long message. -tina

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subject:      bumbershoot thoughts
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wow...can a concert be any better than bumbershoot was this year? i arrived
at the stadium about 11:45 and got in good and early to get good seats.didn't
see any obvious listees (sorry smurf...was looking forward to meeting
you!)and i staked out a great seat on the left stadium side with a great
view.good weather,and even though not really my taste i did enjoy the energy
of the presidents of the united states(.and that mosh pit was huge!)the crowd
for this filled the stadium approximately by 3/4s and by this figure i knew
the croud would be a huge mass for the girls.i made the executive decision to
sit in the stands as i knew i'd never make it standing for the concert..even
though my freinds felt i was crazy.nobody thought the girls would fill the
stadium..the sex pistols had not the night before.anyway......
       the seattle men's chorus was great..and i especially liked their
rendition of sweet honey on the rock's "we who believe in freedom".the
drumming was exceptional..(they really do call themselves "women can't
drum")and it was great to see both city ensembles do such a great job. the
phobe snow was absolutely electric and held notes in that beautiful strong
voice of hers that defy comparison.twenty six years in the music business and
still delivering such power!!!!(i mention this because a 20-something woman
next to me asked if she was a local performer..and i proceeded to educate her
a bit on women's music history).
       after her set i would say the stadium was approx.3/4 full and suddenly
the entire   place was rushed by a huge group of snarling,cranky people that
were completely under the impression that we had saved our seats for them and
we could go now.and after reading earlier posts to the list i must say that
these were not teenagers but actual adult people that,i suspect,have had too
many privledges in life and have not given nearly enough thanks for
them!!!and how many brain cells does it take to realize that to get good
seats you must <duh>come early and be patient.so by the time the girls
arrived i believe that the stadium was actually past capacity(which is 80,000
people normally)and i would venture a guess that it was more like 10,000
people.it was definately more people than i have ever seen at the stadium
before.the girls came on and i believed they were actually shocked by the
bigness of it all.i will not go over the set list as i am sure someone has
done that already but i will say that it was definately incredible.and i was
proud of this crowd for actually sitting in rapt attention during the quiet
songs..considering the complaints on the list about other venues.they kept
thanking everyone for listening and i know it must have ment a lot to them
that such a huge group actually behaved well.it was definately magic and my
favorite new songs would have to be "shame on you"and
"leeds".
         so that is the end of my ramble.i have enjoyed reading all the lists
about concerts i could not attend so i thought i'd reciprocate a little about
bumbershoot.
                                          still full of indigo enery..and
waiting for that new album!
                                                                   laurabell

p.s.my website goes up sept.7th so please visit if ya'll get the
chance!!!you'll find me at http://www.glamorama.com.be sure to check out our
lady of www.com and tell me what you think of my bouncing baby website!!!!
p.p.s.did any of you brave floor standers get pictures?please e-mail me if
you did and maybe i can find something you would like to trade for!!!!!!!

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okay, the evil compu$erve address has been deleted.  i had actually
deleted it last week, but it turned out it was subscribed in a weird
format, so it didn't take.  but it's gone now.

i'd like to take this moment to point out that compuserve sucks rocks
for bouncing those error messages to the author of the message,
instead of where the rfcs and all mailer documentation specify it
should go.

thanks..

   -jude

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subject:      my feelings are so hurt....

oh sure gwen, binkster, etc.... meet people but not me!!! fine then. i will
sulk.  <insert loud bawling>  we must get together !!!!! sheesh move all the
way across the country for you and you dog me... (well, okay.. there *may*
have been other reasons to move too...)

igc?  yup - i want to know who booted bumbershoot and for how long they wish
me to be their cyberslave in order to get a copy.  i will even volunteer to
be a tape tree chick.. aquarious if possible cuz; we are coolest.
^~^~~~^^~^~^~back home with my mountains!!~^~^~^~

"whoa... it's the moon... i thought it was a roller coaster or something...."
                                        -- emily saliers
"you thought the moon was a roller coaster?!?!"
                                        -- amy ray

31 august 1995 bumbershoot festival

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subject:      hte cd

        hi y'all...just bought the double cd today.  if you don't have it
yet....buy it!!!  it is amazing...so many wonderful artists donating their
time and talents for a great reason.   and "blood quantum" is incredible.
powerul lyrics, subtle instrumentation and the altro piece at the end
("grandma easter's lullaby") was searing in it's gentleness.
        kudos to daemon records for taking the time and considerable effort
to put this compilation together!!!   peace   jen

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just a quick message to see if anything was going on news wise?  being of the
list has left me wondering and wondering.....:)
thanks for the updates everyone!
rob

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subject:      re: mommy, my ears hurt

hey -- i just wanted to add my own two cents to that danielle howle plug...
she is _awesome_!!!!   just got to see her here in cincinnati a couple weeks
ago, after first seeing her with amy ray, michael lorant, and sheila doyle at
eddie's back in may...     i was very impressed both times.  she's a terrific
entertainer.  i highly recommend her live cd, (live at mckissick museum),
because you get to hear her telling stories and making little jokes -- that's
part of what makes her so good.     oh, and for those of you way out in
seattle, i must admit i'm a little jealous about the bumbershoot thing,,,
wish we had something like that around here, (and no, lollapalooza does not
qualify...).  glad to hear it was a good time, though.

:)
lisa

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subject:      popular chords

did anyone notice the in the beginning of blood quantum, that the chords
amy's playing are the same as dead man's hill ?????

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subject:      more bumberings

well.... here is the actual setlist from bumbershoot.

reunion
least complicated
don't give that girl a gun
prince of darkness
get out the map
cut it out
leeds
tried to be true
kid fears
hey kind friend
it's alright
the wood song
winthrop
chickenman
galileo

encore
shame on you
closer to fine

anyone... was that blood quantum that amy sang in the middle of chickenman?
it was the one about the indians, the argentinians and her virginity.   is
that blood quantum?  if so... it was cool.  that was the best concert i have
ever been to.   worth the moshing.

corinne
"i went to the mountains"--everyone
"so did i"--amy.   (she really said that... it was cute.)

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subject:      chickenbumber

would any kind soul who was at bumbershoot tell me about amy's performance
of chickenman? did she do a stream of consciousness? if so, what was it
about, and did anyone boot it?! thanks bumberfolks!


~abigail
****************in the words of emily saliers:******************

"there i am in younger days
stargazing, painting picture perfect maps
of how my life and love would be
not counting the unmarked paths of misdirection
my compass, faith in love's perfection
i missed ten million miles of road i should've seen"

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subject:      chickenman/blood quantum

corrine asked about bumbershoot:

>anyone... was that blood quantum that amy sang in the middle of chickenman?
>it was the one about the indians, the argentinians and her virginity.   is
>that blood quantum?  if so... it was cool.  that was the best concert i have
>ever been to.   worth the moshing.

    i think so.  i wasn't at bumbershoot, but she did that in mesa, az.


                        --sunny

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subject:      children...

hey ev'ryone...

reading that time article, it said that emily has 3 sisters.  (which i
should've guessed from language or the kiss: "there was a table set for
six and five were there..."  -duh!)  but i was wondering if anyone knew
where she comes in birth order.  i was thinking probably oldest or second
oldest, but i'm not sure.  and i was also wondering about amy...  my
guess is that she's an only child (chickenman: "i am an only child, born
of the wild...")  either that or she has maybe an older brother or
something...  aww... he probably taught her how to be tough and play
basketball and stuff.  (not that she couldn't do it herself, but brothers
are cool that way! i wish i had one!)  i wonder what emily's sisters are
like....  hmmm.... ideas?  comments?  factual info?  all welcome...
-mandy

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date:         mon, 2 sep 1996 18:19:09 -0700
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subject:      bumbershoot!!

kim from vancouver, b.c. here...and this is my first message to you all.
i feel kind of funny (and free). bumbershoot - the story. up at the crack
of dawn saturday, we climbed in the jeep and set out for seattle.zzzzz,
zzzzzz, and then we were there. 12:00, parking, jiffy johns, mass
hysteria at the gate, (is that the line-up for the indigo girls? some
fluffy teenager shouts back..who??no this is for the presidents of the
united states of america) you mean there is more than one? they didn't
think we were funny. we heard an incredible six year old singer named ivy
belt out amazing grace, checked out some short films at the reel one festival
and looked at our watches (for the three thousandth time). 3:30 daemon
records showcase...belloluna, danielle howle(wow!)michelle malone were
rumored to be the artists performing...and we waited patiently for amy
to step out to introduce them...and then the news that there had been a
death in her family was relayed and the crowd stopped talking.
(and i figure i can write it here since the woman
telling us told it to hundreds of people at amy's request). we sat there
silent and stunned and when the woman went on to tell us that amy and emily
would be in seattle later that night to perform it got very, very quiet.
the daemon artists were cool, especially danielle howle who reminds me of
joni mitchell both in vocals and chatty banter/personality. i am sorry to
say to all of you out there we did not stay for much of michelle malone
as they were way behind and there were rumours galore that the stadium
was filling up fast. so off we went...and waited and waited...
and finally at 9:02p.m. a and e stepped on stage. apparently they had been
told they would be playing at a "rock club" and were stunned to be
staring out at some 20,000 people (quoted by an admin gal i spoke to
earlier as the capacity of the stadium). amy didn't say much that night
but i do remember her saying "you're great listeners" (to the new songs
they were trying out - get me the album fast) and "you don't know, you
have no idea" ... and i can only think it is in reference to the previous
few days and the huge welcome we gave them and that it meant an awful
lot to her under the circumstances and...it made me cry. it was the best
indigo girls concert i have ever attended, i will never forget it. mosh
pit, pushing, some guy who tried to intimidate us as he pushed his way to
the front and hundreds of out of tune voices yelling in my ear and..if i
could, i'd do it again and again.
thanks for reading this far, bye...

kimberly hobbs, north vancouver, b.c. kimlin@vcn.bc.ca
drop me a line one
and all!!!

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subject:      re: children...

emily is the seccond oldest of four girls. i read an interview that said
that all of her sisters are musical, and that she's the sole redhead among
them. i'm taking a guess that the song get out the map refers to her sisters
when it talks about suzanne called from boston, joanie left for south
africa, etc...

amy is also the seccond oldest of four children, she has two sisters and one
brother. i believe that her older sib is a sister but i'm not sure. i
remember finding an excellent lifeblood article that explained all this in
detail, but silly me, i don't think i saved it. :(

one thing that i gathered from all of this info though was that i'm just
more confused about the song dead man's hill. i always thought the song
refered to emily, but the line "you told me of crashing cars, older
brothers..." seems to disprove that theory. oh well...

~abigail

at 09:09 pm 9/2/96 -0400, you wrote:
>hey ev'ryone...
>
>reading that time article, it said that emily has 3 sisters.  (which i
>should've guessed from language or the kiss: "there was a table set for
>six and five were there..."  -duh!)  but i was wondering if anyone knew
>where she comes in birth order.  i was thinking probably oldest or second
>oldest, but i'm not sure.  and i was also wondering about amy...  my
>guess is that she's an only child (chickenman: "i am an only child, born
>of the wild...")  either that or she has maybe an older brother or
>something...  aww... he probably taught her how to be tough and play
>basketball and stuff.  (not that she couldn't do it herself, but brothers
>are cool that way! i wish i had one!)  i wonder what emily's sisters are
>like....  hmmm.... ideas?  comments?  factual info?  all welcome...
>-mandy
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****************in the words of emily saliers:******************

"there i am in younger days
stargazing, painting picture perfect maps
of how my life and love would be
not counting the unmarked paths of misdirection
my compass, faith in love's perfection
i missed ten million miles of road i should've seen"

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date:         mon, 2 sep 1996 18:53:49 -0700
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subject:      re: children...
x-to:         problem child <warra5c0@numen.elon.edu>
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actually i know amy has at least one sister. a good friend of mine took a
picture of her at newport this year and they look exactly alike.
ben

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on mon, 2 sep 1996 verdi@imap2.asu.edu wrote:

> actually i know amy has at least one sister. a good friend of mine took a
> picture of her at newport this year and they look exactly alike.
> ben
>
wow, that's so cool!!!!!!!!   can you imagine looking just like amy ray?
ahhh!  ooh, doesn't that sound weird if your name was, like, ramona ray,
or jessica ray or something?  just a thought.....
-mandy (again...)

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subject:      re: children...

hmm, looking so much like amy, i wonder if her sister gets stopped all the
time and asked for her autograph...?

~abigail

at 09:58 pm 9/2/96 -0400, you wrote:
on mon, 2 sep 1996 verdi@imap2.asu.edu wrote:
>>
>>> actually i know amy has at least one sister. a good friend of mine took a
>>> picture of her at newport this year and they look exactly alike.
>>> ben
>>>
>>wow, that's so cool!!!!!!!!   can you imagine looking just like amy ray?
>>ahhh!  ooh, doesn't that sound weird if your name was, like, ramona ray,
>>or jessica ray or something?  just a thought.....
>>-mandy (again...)
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****************in the words of emily saliers:******************

"there i am in younger days
stargazing, painting picture perfect maps
of how my life and love would be
not counting the unmarked paths of misdirection
my compass, faith in love's perfection
i missed ten million miles of road i should've seen"

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subject:      list t-shirt orders as of 9/2/96

here are the shirt orders that i have received as of today (sept 2). if you
sent me an order, please check for your name and make sure i have
everything correct. if you sent in an order and it doesn't appear here,
please let me know when you sent it so i know when to expect it. remember,
the deadline is this friday.

lori collins (1) xxl
lisa vartanica (1) l
amy putnam (1) xl
jan stevens (2) xl
joan ferguson (1) xl
lorinda wright (3) l
michele henkel (1) l
elizabeth lytle (1) l
sarah scilley (1) xl
paula laine (1) xxl
sara bailey (2) xl
dana warnez (1) xl
anna whipkey (1) xl
shelley moore (1) xl
holmes hummel (1) xl
jenny korn (1) l
anne haines (1) xl
amy tryon (1) l
gregg baird (1) xl
heidi lloyd (1) l
irene bruce (1) l
julie naughton (1) xl
ali kenney (1) l
amy vorpagel (1) l
sundara murphy (1) l (bonus points for the most creative envelope i have
ever seen :)

29 so far! still need 7 more to make it an official order so if you're
going to order, get it in to me by friday.

deb

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subject:      re: popular chords

in a message dated 96-09-02 20:54:06 edt, i forgot writes:

<< did anyone notice the in the beginning of blood quantum, that the chords
amy's playing are the same as dead man's hill ?????
  >>

which is the same as "hand me downs" but without the capo on 2 :)

the "keeper of my heart"/"reunion" medley is also fun (heh,heh)

binky

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date:         mon, 2 sep 1996 19:43:39 -0700
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subject:      re: children...
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> emily is the seccond oldest of four girls. i read an interview that said
> that all of her sisters are musical, and that she's the sole redhead among
> them. i'm taking a guess that the song get out the map refers to her sisters
> when it talks about suzanne called from boston, joanie left for south
> africa, etc...

nope..these are all friends.  ive known each of them, and played softball
against suzanne.  i know that one of emily's sisters is elizabeth,
who was mentioned in some interview somehwere as studying opera in  ny.
she can also be seen briefly in the watershed video.


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

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emily's sister is studying opera? that's so cool. looks like i have more
in common with emily than i thought. is there anyone out there who knows
anymore information about that? i'd be really interested to find out
where she is studying. thanks,
ben

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date:         mon, 2 sep 1996 22:40:46 -0700
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subject:      danielle howle, the nields

everyone has basically touched on the incredibleness of mm, ig and the like
(please tell me that someone has already talked about how ani blew the
audience away), so i thought i'd make a couple of short mentions....

i just wanted to second (and third, and fourth) all of the wonderful things
said about danielle howle and her music!  an engaging performer, very down
to earth and sweet.  i saw a pic of her in the latest rolling stone last
week, and so i said to her "hey, congratulations on making rolling stone!"
and she smiled reeeeeeally big and said "yeah, wasn't that a trip?!?!  i
opened it up and was like, 'whoa!!!'" and then she laughed :)  on another
bumber note, i guess i was one of the few who lingered at the wild stage
long enough to see the nields.  for those of you who left to get good
position for ig, let me just say that you missed a great set!!  this band
has been mentioned before on the list as a good band, but their live show
really blew me away. they had a big crowd that was dancing and stuff, and
they said it was like a dream come true to play bumbershoot and receive such
a warm response.  very cool.  check them out if you get the chance :).

stacy (who is seriously bummed about missing catie curtis tonight, but
couldn't bear the thought of trying to be a cheery waitress at 5 am after a
five-hour drive and 4 hours of sleep :p)

p.s. carolyn, can you send us the penny? ;)

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date:         tue, 3 sep 1996 00:17:24 edt
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subject:      sotw: secure yourself

since i seem to have foisted (:-)) the responsibility for maintaining the
sotw thread onto myself, i'll take the liberty of announcing this week's:
secure yourself. i enjoyed reading all the discussion on ctf...here's hoping
we can get as much mileage out of amy's song about burying her cat!
kirsten
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thanks jen.  i figured it was something like that.  i was just
wondering if there was something big --a more concrete reason--
instead of the more likely explanations.  like i said, i figured it
was something like what you said.  thanks again.

-j

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date:         tue, 3 sep 1996 06:45:49 edt
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subject:      more on recurrent themes in ig songs

a while ago when we were talking about recurrent themes in ig songs, someone
suggested math as a possible recurrent theme (dividing life into factions of
pleasures and chores, multiply life by the power of two, etc.). well, i have
another example of this phenomenon:
"don't bury me, carry me."   (from world falls)
<groan!> <hiss!>
well, *somebody* had to say it!

this post brought to you by kirsten's deranged 6:57 am mind
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subject:      a final tmf interpretation [repost!!]

by popular demand (okay, one person't demand) here's a repost of my famed feline
interpretation of touch me fall.
*****************
...before we move on to the infinitely-less-deep wood song:
i propose a radical new interpretation of tmf. we all know that amy and
cats have a major thing going on. consider sy. consider dmh. consider ptntf
. so, maybe it's pretty safe to assume that whenever we encounter a
particularly dense and obtuse amy-song, it's about...cats!
i propose the feline interpretation of tmf.

"i'm waking from a dream the neighborhood is green"
we all know that cats spend a large percentage of time sleeping, and that
cats dream. of course, lots of sleep implies lots of waking up.

"all the sounds i've missed all the years come down to wedding deaths and
fears"
if you spent 18 hours a day in the dream world, you'd miss plenty of sounds
too. as for weddings: have you ever seen a cat at a wedding? or a funeral?
or a scaredy cat (the popular idiom notwithstanding)?

"all i've heard has been in vain like water on a stain"
do cats ever listen to anything you tell them? hah! and "water on a stain"
is certainly a fitting analogy for a feline to use, especially if said
feline has not yet been neutered.

"touch me, i'm so beautiful, rub your hands across my head just like this"
all the cats *i* know think they're beautiful and luuuv having their heads
rubbed.

"come with me, it's not worth it if you don't/ are you hiding, i am hiding"
clearly an invitation to come and explore the cat's secret hiding places (
all the cats i know love to hide, too).

"cypress moon, bald in june, like the granite in a stream"
cats are nocturnal and spend plenty of time under the influence of the moon
. as for bald in june...that's prime flea season, isn't it? and granite,
too, is bald, so the poor fleabitten creature is clearly drawing an analogy
to her experience in the experience of smooth granite.

"come with me, it's not worth it if you don't/ are you crying, i am crying"
the repeated invitation reveals an initial unwillingness on the part of the
invited one, inducing sadness and crying in the cat (ever heard a cat cry?)

"swamp ophelia, i'm torn down, let your waters let me drown"
if you were a poor, bald, fleabitten cat, you'd want to drown too.

"jump jump jump so high watch me let you down"
cats can jump way high, and are known for letting their humans down.

"if i stumble i will stumble if i fall i will fall"
an articulation of the blase, zen-like feline world-view.

"i'm trying to hold it like rain in a river, everything is getting bigger"
ever tried to hold a cat who doesn't want to be held? worse than rain in a
river -- the scratch marks along your arms will just get bigger and bigger.

"better this won't last forever/ touch me fall"
the cat's final cry, realizing as she falls to her death that nothing lasts
forever.

this opens up a whole new school of ig interpretation. "hide
yourself for me, i will hide myself for you..." -- we've already observed
the feline fondness for hiding. "all the details of this war are just self
-infatuation" -- cats are notoriously self-infatuated. the feline ethos
even infiltrates emily-songs: "i better learn how to swim cuz the crossing
is chilly and wide" -- most cats don't know how to swim. yea, verily, i
cheer on an entirely new error^h^h^ha of ig interpretation from a feline
perspective.

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"i'm positive, so i think the glass is half full. too bad there's a little
worm in it."--matt groening
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date:         sat, 31 aug 1996 15:05:14 est
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subject:      nigc: just checking?

     with all of the e-mail problems i have, i just wanna make i'm gettin'
          thru to the list. if anyone needs to reach me for trees & tape trades
          please reply so i know i'm still here...thanks, in advance
        ...paul

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thanks for all the responses on the birth order of the girls thing...
wow, both of my parents are second oldest of four children too.  yey!
i wonder what amy's sibs do....
ok, my guess is....  at least one works for peta, or maybe greenpeace.
and maybe her baby brother's a religion major as well....  as for the
other one.. an archeologist maybe?  or or possibly a native american
activist full time?
as for emily's sisters...  well, one down- the opera singer.  and someone
said that they were all musical.  so, maybe one of the other ones is a
classical guitar teacher (she did it "for her dad" too...)  and, hmmmmm,
lets say the other one is an english/literature major but sings in her
spare time.  jazz, really steamy jazz.  maybe her name's olivia and she's
lying on top of a piano in some bar as we speak (write)....

my imagination is waaay overactive, yes, i know....

-mandy

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subject:      re: popular chords
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on mon, 2 sep 1996 mmedido@aol.com wrote:

> in a message dated 96-09-02 20:54:06 edt, i forgot writes:
>
> << did anyone notice the in the beginning of blood quantum, that the chords
>  amy's playing are the same as dead man's hill ?????
>   >>
>
> which is the same as "hand me downs" but without the capo on 2 :)
>
> the "keeper of my heart"/"reunion" medley is also fun (heh,heh)
>
> binky
>
> --

wha about keeper of my heart and blood and fire?
well, they sound a lot alike...  i read somewhere that she wishes she had
written the chorus to that song a little differently because it sounds so
much like b & f...

-mandy

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date:         tue, 3 sep 1996 09:36:16 -0500
reply-to:     deborah alexander/jmc2000 <alexand6@jeflin.tju.edu>
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subject:      newbie says hi and wants to trade boots :)
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hi all!

i'm a newbie on this list so i thought i'd introduce myself (my apologies
if i'm using the wrong etiquette for this list - everyone seems to do it
differently!)

my name is deb alexander, and the indigo girls have been my favorite band
since 10th grade (and i'm a med student now - go figure...).   i've seen
them a bunch of times, got to shake emily's hand once, and otherwise i
just generally listen to them _all_ the time!  i just saw them at the
newport folk festival, and i loved hearing the new songs!  i'm just blown
away by their talent every time i see them...

i'm psyched to be on this list - i have friends who've been on and off,
and they've always told me that indigo people are the coolest on the net,
so here i am!

i have a question for y'all, and again, i'm not sure how the etiquette is
here, but, well, i have a few indigo things (and i stress _few_) to
trade, like old boots, and i'd _love_ to get more stuff -- live indigo
girls is about the most exciting thing i can think of -- so if anyone has
good quality bootlegs, please let me know!  i also have boots of other
bands to trade...

thanks for listening, folks!

gotta run to class (we had an embryology quiz this morning and i finished
early - so i had a chance for an email break!)

debbie
alexand6@jeflin.tju.edu

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date:         tue, 3 sep 1996 10:03:00 edt
reply-to:     "krisko, amy" <kriska@emdpos4b.daytonoh.ncr.com>
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subject:      hte

does anyone have the email or snail-mail address for the honor the earth
campaign?  thanks!

amy

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date:         tue, 3 sep 1996 07:31:29 -0700
reply-to:     michael madin <madin@u.washington.edu>
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from:         michael madin <madin@u.washington.edu>
subject:      bumbershoot = folk world

i know we decided folk world was not a temporal place but for the last
four days if anything could come close to the ideals of that magical place
it would be seattle at this year's b-shoot festival. the great thing about
this arts festival is the opportunity to sample such a wide array of music
comedy, film, theatre and so on. with a dozen or so acts performing
simultaneously one can walk around the fairgrounds and hear a wide array
of music. it was real nice to see the crowd grow as howle and malone sang
and people would stop and listen and i heard a number of people ask who
they were and continued to listen supportively. maybe i'm showing my age
but i cringed when malone sang "i'm so fucking lonely" knowing there was
a children's performance going on just over the hedge from the wild stage.

highlights besides of course ig:

   the singing of amazing grace by a young girl early on saturday. she
   literally stopped people in their tracks. truly cool.

   nanci griffith on sunday. i have never seen her so animated before. you
   could tell she was having a great time in front of a very large audience.

   the rankin family

   the weather -- four days of sunshine

lowlights:

   the weather -- made for huge crowds / very hard to get around,
   especially on saturday and sunday afternoons

   deciding to go see the sex pistols instead of ani d. on friday

   getting hassled by some street punks on saturday on the streets
   of downtown.


thanks for reading, mike.

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date:         tue, 3 sep 1996 09:42:59 -0700
reply-to:     "jessica owen (general)" <a-jessio@microsoft.com>
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from:         "jessica owen (general)" <a-jessio@microsoft.com>
subject:      re: bshoot/shameless plug
x-to:         gwendigo <gkeyt@paul.spu.edu>

nah, it was ladies don't drum.  i am sure of it...

-jessi

>----------
>from:  gwendigo[smtp:gkeyt@paul.spu.edu]
>sent:  sunday, september 01, 1996 4:58 pm
>to:    multiple recipients of list indigo-girls
>subject:       re: bshoot/shameless plug
>
>maybe they changed their name.  unless someone out there remembers
>otherwise, i distinctly remember them being called women can drum.
>
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>bigger better (this won't last forever)--touch me fall..." a.r.
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>on sun, 1 sep 1996, karey eals wrote:
>
>> hey y'all,
>> thanks for all the great reviews!  someone (gwen?) mentioned the drumming
>> group called women can drum--are you sure it wasn't ladies don't drum?
>>  sounds like you got the message ;) !  the gray-haired woman is simone la
>> drumma welsh, and she, along with the rest of them, rules.  i saw her at
>>the
>> uw's women in the arts concert and all 5 of them at folklife.  she teaches
>> classes all around the pnw, so check her out.
>> did anybody catch laura love?
>> peace,
>> karey
>> (karey weisman eals <karey@u.washington.edu>)
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subject:      re: popular chords
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the chord in the beggining of hand me downs (capoed, though i use a
barre...) would be b9...  is this it?

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subject:      nigc: ladies can't drum

i just figured out why i heard women can drum: that is what the gal next
to me thought their name was, and she had heard them before, so i didn't
really listen to their name after i heard her say it.

anyway, can anyone confirm this: i couldn't figure out why the woman with
the short salt-and-pepper hair in the back looked so familiar, until i
realized she reminded me of a nurse midwife i worked with at group health
central named robin.  anyone know if they have a drummer named robin who
is a cnm?

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date:         tue, 3 sep 1996 12:24:15 -0700
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subject:      re: nigc: just checking?
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on sat, 31 aug 1996, paul j. sgroi wrote:

>      with all of the e-mail problems i have, i just wanna make i'm gettin'
>           thru to the list. if anyone needs to reach me for trees & tape trades
>           please reply so i know i'm still here...thanks, in advance
>         ...paul
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you're here!!!!....kim

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subject:      re: popular chords
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on tue, 3 sep 1996, problem child wrote:

> on mon, 2 sep 1996 mmedido@aol.com wrote:
>
> > in a message dated 96-09-02 20:54:06 edt, i forgot writes:
> >
> > << did anyone notice the in the beginning of blood quantum, that the chords
> >  amy's playing are the same as dead man's hill ?????
> >   >>
> >
> > which is the same as "hand me downs" but without the capo on 2 :)
> >
> > the "keeper of my heart"/"reunion" medley is also fun (heh,heh)
> >
> > binky
> >
> > --
>
> wha about keeper of my heart and blood and fire?
> well, they sound a lot alike...  i read somewhere that she wishes she had
> written the chorus to that song a little differently because it sounds so
> much like b & f...
>
> -mandy
>
>
kim from vancouver... i always get b&f and komh mixed up, i thought it
was just me. goodbye >
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from:         pat chaney <pooh40@mc.net>
subject:      ladies ot women can't drum

saw them @ 3 yrs ago in a club outside chicago..at that time they
were called women can't drum...could be the same group..
also just picked up honor the earth..run out to get it..
and my mail was home when i got home and there was a package from dameon
records...great dameon shirt and michelle malones" new experience....go
get it!! call dameon!! its great..also  viva la divas' greatest hits..and
band de solie..redemption dream...so much music..so little time!!!!!

hey!! is there any kind soul out there who' i could pay off to take
statistics for me??????name yer price.....it will be the death of me
yet!!!

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date:         tue, 3 sep 1996 12:35:38 -0700
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subject:      re: hte
x-to:         "krisko, amy" <kriska@emdpos4b.daytonoh.ncr.com>
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on tue, 3 sep 1996, krisko, amy wrote:

> does anyone have the email or snail-mail address for the honor the earth
> campaign?  thanks!
>
> amy

>kim from vancouver, just got back from seattle, here is the honor the
earth info...
http://www.honorearth.com
info line - 1-800-earth-07
honor the earth
p.o. box 75423
saint paul, minnesota 55101

and don't forget... october 13th 1996 - unplug america. don't be a
consumer for one day. spend the day in honor of the earth... too bad i
live in canada ha, just kidding.. i'll skip starbucks that day, a big
sacrifice! bye y'all> administrative requests should not be
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date:         tue, 3 sep 1996 15:03:26 -0500
reply-to:     jorge sanchez <jsanch@wpo.it.luc.edu>
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from:         jorge sanchez <jsanch@wpo.it.luc.edu>
subject:      re: hte (nigc)-reply

hey, what exactly do we "spend the day in honor of the earth" on
october 13?

-j

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subject:      re: popular chords
x-to:         alec@nyc.pipeline.com

in a message dated 96-09-03 13:10:13 edt, you write:

<< the chord in the beggining of hand me downs (capoed, though i use a
barre...) would be b9...  is this it?
  >>
hmmmmm......the book calls it asus2(bsus2).....actually
now that ilook at the 'swamp' song book it is slightly different.
i think i may have bastardized it a bit :) dead man is a5-g/b-csus2-d5
(utilizing only the d & a strings rather than ad&g in hand me downs-
plus the g/b and the csus2 two are reversed in hand me downs.....
something like that :)
(oww my head hurts now..)
bink

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subject:      re: hte/starbucks

in a message dated 96-09-03 15:42:08 edt, kim wrote:

<< and don't forget... october 13th 1996 - unplug america. don't be a
consumer for one day. spend the day in honor of the earth... too bad i
live in canada ha, just kidding.. i'll skip starbucks that day, a big
sacrifice! bye y'all> >>

good idea kim !.......buuuuuuut..............
i have it on good authority that starbucks does not have a policy
of buying from socially and environmentaly responsible coffee growers....
so i have been skipping starbucks every day....(luckily there is a good
coffee roasting place here in olywa that does follow those guidelines)
now i wish i had never bought those nikes :(

binky

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from:         deb reiser <debbie@mei.com>
subject:      ig-list t-shirts (one more time!)

it seems as if everytime i post an update of shirt orders i get a mailbox
full of "i'm new here...what's this t-shirt thing all about" type emails.
so one more time, here's all the info you need:

the shirts in question are the unofficial, offical 1996 ig-list shirts :)
this will be the second and final order i'm taking.  earlier this summer we
sold nearly 230 shirts of the shirts (even amy and emily own one --
shameless plug).

no money is being made off of the sale of these shirts; they are being sold
at cost. last time we sold more than anticipated and made a donation to an
aids organization in north carolina. this time if there is any money left
over after paying the bills it will go to the honor the earth campaign.

if you want to see the design, read the section about the web site. if you
want to order a shirt, let me know right away. the deadline is this friday,
but if i know your order is coming i can put you down for one or two or
three or four or however many you feel moved to order.

no extras will be ordered! this is really, really, really the final order!

here's the info:

deadline: orders should be in by friday, september 6th!!! 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.

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

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

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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date:         tue, 3 sep 1996 16:32:52 -0500
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from:         avital <avital@cs.wisc.edu>
subject:      dar chords : nigc

hey there everyone in ig-land!!
a friend of mine is dying to get her hands on some dar williams chords and
the only ones we seem to be able to find are "the babysitter's here" and
"when i was a boy".  so, being the good friend that i am, i figured i'd
see if any of y'all out there could help us both out a it.  any help would be greatly appreciated!
oh, and please send it all to me privately, i'd hate to clutter up the list.
if anyone else is interested in the results of my search, i can forward you
my findings!

thanks in advance! :)

avital

avital@lucy.cs.wisc.edu

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date:         tue, 3 sep 1996 18:04:42 -0400
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subject:      mr. limes (reprise)

hey all,
        i know it's been a while since this thread began, and ended.  but
here's a late addition which i hope you enjoy.  my wife, jodie, swore that
the line in chickenman was "dead dog on the highway, mean ol' cats are
brown and nappy..."  it actually *kinda* made sense.  she now knows the
correct line, but still likes her way better.  oh well!  later,
                                                                melissa

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date:         tue, 3 sep 1996 18:09:23 -0400
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subject:      nigc: looking for chris!

chris, where are you?  you offered a boot of natalie merchant at
wallingford,ct.  your email address was/is guinione+@aol.com
but my mail to you keeps getting sent back to me.  if you're out there
contact me please!  thanks,  melissa  mmgst11@pitt.edu

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subject:      chords

for anybody who knows the music really well, i'm looking for the chords
and breakdown of the different instruments in "closer to fine"

thank you,  elizabeth garrett

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subject:      cords?

        i was wandering if anyone knew the cords to joan baez "don't
think twice"
        it's a pretty though one!

tommy :)

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on tue, 3 sep 1996 mmedido@aol.com wrote:

> in a message dated 96-09-03 15:42:08 edt, kim wrote:
>
> << and don't forget... october 13th 1996 - unplug america. don't be a
>  consumer for one day. spend the day in honor of the earth... too bad i
>  live in canada ha, just kidding.. i'll skip starbucks that day, a big
>  sacrifice! bye y'all> >>
>
> good idea kim !.......buuuuuuut..............
> i have it on good authority that starbucks does not have a policy
> of buying from socially and environmentaly responsible coffee growers....
> so i have been skipping starbucks every day....(luckily there is a good
> coffee roasting place here in olywa that does follow those guidelines)
> now i wish i had never bought those nikes :(
>
> binky
>dear binky, it is so easy to set off sirens at the mere mention of the
word..."starbucks"... it is depressing to know that sirens go off
continuously..try though i do, it is very difficult to know what to buy,
i was lost before the ig's! actually, i wasn't, but i did care less. but
i don't smoke so i figure i am way ahead of the game. ( i can hear the
sirens all over the world!) so we go back and forth..starbucks vs
macdonalds vs nabisco vs macmillan bloedel vs ...... i feel very tired, i
need a coffee. i wonder where amy and emily get their coffee, does anyone
know? are they still part owners of "the flying biscuit"?? where does
that cafe get it's coffee? anyone? please help?? but seriously, starbucks
does a lot locally here in vancouver to support the various communities,
but.. did anyone else have a frappucino at bumbershoot? mine was huge
chunks of ice with some kind of syrupy mess splashed on to it. gotta go
kim in van.

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date:         tue, 3 sep 1996 20:14:02 -0400
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subject:      nff possible ig content?

could someone out there give me the lowdown on next year's nff?  what days,
admission prices, where it is, any cheap hotels? sleeping places? i have no
knowledge about this, only a very strong desire to make it there next year.
any help would be greatly appreciated.
carpen48@pilot.msu.edu

thanks a lot!
amy c.

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in a message dated 96-09-03 19:23:31 edt, kim writes:

<< but seriously, starbucks
does a lot locally here in vancouver to support the various communities,
but.. did anyone else have a frappucino at bumbershoot? mine was huge
chunks of ice with some kind of syrupy mess splashed on to it. gotta go  >>

i know... i'm so torn about it because i love them......coffee is my great
sin.
(since i am no longer a lush bucket :)
it seems strange that they wouldn't follow through to who they
buy coffee from. i know that they are under pressure to do so...
here's hoping !

i know what you mean...it's so hard to figure out what companies do and
don't contribute to the misery in the world.....i wonder if any organization
puts out a list ??? does anybody know ?
(it does get so very complicated)

get in the van !!!!!!

love,
binky (claire)
(so...is everybody in b.c. named kim ???? is it a rule ?) (heh, heh)

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date:         tue, 3 sep 1996 17:14:35 -0700
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subject:      music marathon winner--me!

hey people!!  i just got the chance to catch up from the weekend at bumbershoot.
i not only went for the girls but managed to experience all four days of the
superduper festival!! i won't go into the ig concert because you've all
posted the great details so well...i must publicly thank, however, you
wonderful gals: lisa and liz...(thanks for sharing your blanket!!!) i
couldn't have been anywhere near the stage without your hospitality! (~25
yards out, center)
it was the best, no doubt!
in my travels to and fro, i met some other listers whose names are so
similar and in duplicate, it's hard to keep track of: karen from utah,
tracy, stacy (the other one!), lisa and liz (not the liz on the list...)
hmmm, i can't pull the other names out of my head..sorry! hi!
anyway, my first night (friday) was to see the genious,  ani difranco! she
was so great and i was excited because my gf had been told by ani's
promotions dept. that amy was going to be there too!!  amy never showed and
i was all bummed; as bummed as you can get after seeing ani--not very!  it
wasn't till the next day when we heard about amy's unfortunate family loss
at the daemon stage that i figured out why she was nowhere to be seen.
the final day, monday, our plan was to go see catie curtis  and then rush
back to the daemon stage for the end of the wild card show, and then stay
for eleanor mcevoy.  as we were waiting to be allowed in for catie curtis,
the security guys were chatting with us.  the wild card show was a show
featuring a "surprise" artist or band which had played earlier in the
fesival...but no one new who it was until showtime. the security, being
dorks, had "heard that morning from their boss," that the ig "or probobly
one of them..." would be the wild card act!! imagine my excitement and
anticipation!!!! my gf and i even had back stage passes to the wild
stage....so we decided to forgo catie curtis 8<, and rushed back over to the
wild stage.  45 minutes of ear shattering hiphop rap....ugh., we took our
positions in front of the stage...guess who the wild card was.....
it was tiny tim!!!!!!!  aaaaaaauuuuuughhhh.....
yes, we were front and center for tiny tim in all of his tulip glory!!!
couldn't
believe it...i was ready for emily, and got tiny tim....
ok, sorry so long and drawn out. thought this story would be different and
perhaps make me feel better to share with people who could feel my pain!!!
so, a grand time was had by all! bumbershoot is the coolest. (and the
richest; got plenty of my money!)
i'm off tonight to see caroline aiken at the tacoma borders and books! she
does rock!
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
stacy waterworth
usa women's soccer supporter

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date:         tue, 3 sep 1996 19:34:27 -0500
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subject:      t-shirt orders as of 9/3

here are the orders i have received as of today (9/3). if you sent me an
order and you haven't told me it's in the mail, let me know as soon as you
can.

lori collins (1) xxl
lisa vartanica (1) l
amy putnam (1) xl
jan stevens (2) xl
joan ferguson (1) xl
lorinda wright (3) l
michele henkel (1) l
elizabeth lytle (1) l
sarah scilley (1) xl
paula laine (1) xxl
sara bailey (2) xl
dana warnez (1) xl
anna whipkey (1) xl
shelley moore (1) xl
holmes hummel (1) xl
jenny korn (1) l
anne haines (1) xl
amy tryon (1) l
gregg baird (1) xl
heidi lloyd (1) l
irene bruce (1) l
julie naughton (1) xl
ali kenney (1) l
amy vorpagel (1) l
sundara murphy (1) l (bonus points for the most creative envelope i have
ever seen :)
karra baron (1) xl (note to karra: yes, they are pre-shrunk)
shannon datwyler (1) xxl
sheila fagan (2) xl (1) l
kathy brown (1) xxl (1) xl
dwayne jarrell (1) xl
gail anthony (1) xl

total so far: 38

keep those orders coming . the deadline is this friday.

deb

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subject:      sundara's big bad bumbershoot story!

oh my goodness!  i still am grinning and jumping up and down.  i can't
believe i saw them! words do not even describe how amazing it was.  i won't
post any of the stuff that's already been posted, but here's my own little
story...  sundara and her housemate, robyn, arrive at bumbershoot at 8:30
in the morning.  the person at gate 6 accidently lets us in.  so we head
straight over to the stadium, where we get told we aren't supposed to be
there, cause the gates don't open till eleven.  whoops.  so we go hide!  i
wanted to climb the fence into the stadium, but robyn said bad idea.  at
this point, we find lynn and sheri (hi!)  who are also in line, but outside
the gates.  then we get kicked out.  but we get to be first in  line.  i
just want everyone to realize that of all those people,  i was there
first!!! i'm still so thrilled at that.  make me a shirt:)  i'm so proud.
so then at eleven, the gates open,  i sprint to the gate, where we are told
we have to wait for another hour.  but then, the gates open to the stadium,
and i run across the football field!  who knew this would be a work out as
well as a concert!  someone was on the sidelines counting down, there on
the 50...40...30...20... it was all very fun.  anyway,  we waited and got
moshed and almost killed, but after 13 hours of waiting, we got front row
spots, right in front of emily, complete bliss.  she looked me right in the
eye and smiled at me during galileo.  i can die happy now....
hi to lynn and sarah and the two sheri's!!  you are all the most wonderful
people! corinne and the utah bunch--hi!  robyn had a great time with you
all, she says hi too!  tina, gwen, jessi, everyone else i met briefly,  hi!
i wish i could have spent more time getting to know you!  and to everyone
else i was supposed to meet, but didn't,  next time:)  also, sorry i didn't
meet up with you all at rosebud, i was exhausted, had to sleep.
it was so neat to know all these people at the show, i felt like i had a
little family there.
the whole experience was probably one of the best of my life.  i feel so
blessed right now.  i just want life to be one long indigo girls show.  i
would even wait in line and deal with crazy moshers for another 13 hours.
what a crazy time,  i have such a story to tell my child when she is born,
(the first time i saw your mother play...hee hee (last reference to me
having amy's baby, promise, besides i have fallen madly in love with emily)
the songs were incredible,  chickenman, my favorite song, wow, and a soc
included.  and during ctf,  i sang parity really loudly! no clarity for me!
alright, enough of my senseless babbling,
peace, love, and parity,
sundara

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subject:      re: ctf etc

anna said...
>liner notes for 1200c.  but, along that line, does anyone know if a &
>e have ever written a song to or for one or the other?

hmm...well.  this just came to me, i could be way off base.  the song "fallin
star" that amy wrote.  it has the name "emily" in it and it sounded to me
like amy was sort of feeling sorry for emily in the aftermath of a breakup of
some relationship.  commiserating.  it's a beautiful song, and i've been
listening to it over...and over...and over...my rewind button is getting
mad...i don't know why amy wrote it but it could conceivably (i before e? e
before i? :) be for emily.
katy (who, after surviving the first day of school -argh!- badly badly badly
needs an indigo fix...thanks p-head, by the way, for the tape and the indigo
dolphins!  :)

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date:         sun, 1 sep 1996 23:33:22 -0700
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organization: van waters & rogers
subject:      re: bshoot/shameless plug

gwendigo wrote:
>
> maybe they changed their name.  unless someone out there remembers
> otherwise, i distinctly remember them being called women can drum.
> it's definitely ladies don't drum - at least that's what they've been
called for years.  funny though, we had this same discussion last night &
one of our friends thought they were called "women who drum too much" (&
the women who love them?)

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date:         tue, 3 sep 1996 23:11:43 -0700
reply-to:     "kim + heather, resident goddesses" <rcn@prcn.org>
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subject:      i missed bumbershoot!!!! ( give this girl a gun )

hey all...
it's me... i am so depressed about missing the girls at bumbershoot...
and there were so many o' y'all that i wanted so badly to meet too
( s'pecially binky, sundara etc... ) ( karey??? ) ( already met my trace.. )
anyhoo... just dropping a word. my 'puter is in residence at my
girlfriend's place ( heather ) so i can access my mail here...
read you all soon...
peace.. kim ( the upside downed-life one )
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      <just kim>rcn@prcn.org
"pain from pearls-hey little girl-
     how much have you grown?"
---------------amy ray------------------
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subject:      caroline aiken!

was phenomenal, tonight, at tacoma borders.  this was only my second time
seeing her, the first being the troutdale show at edgefield ampitheater in
oregon.  there were about 25 or 30 people there, it was very intimate (as
she said, "i can't pretend i can't see y'all out there!") and loads of
fun.  she is way too talented, that's all i have to say.  after spending
the first five or so songs of her set just awed at her guitar technique,
she got behind the piano and played "hey johnney" and my eyes about popped
out...yup, too talented.  i got to meet claire (finally!) and kate (who's
not on the list) and hope to see you guys again for danielle
howle...stacy, i missed you, and we didn't see carolyn and miranda...

anyway, i'm gonna post the rest of her tour schedule, even though i think
i remember someone posting it earlier this summer, to remind those of you
who have it to run, do not walk, and go see caroline...and those of you
who are new to the list, now you have no excuse, unless you live in alaska
or australia or somewhere else that is not near the locations on her
list...
september: 6:borders books, portland, or
7: john henry's, eugene or
11"genghis cantina, la ca
14: kuumbwa jazz center, santa cruz, ca
18: 6 chair picking party, nashville tn
21:fiddler's green coffeehouse, atlanta ga
27:cultural arts center, madison ga
        october
10-11: southern lights coffeehouse, fairhope, al
12:iron horse, tarpon springs, fl--8 pm
19:the handle bar, greenville sc
24-26: naca east coast conference, lancaster pa
        november
1:habitat for humanity benefit, scottsdale az (venue tba)
8:harwood center, albuquerque nm
        december
14:eddie's attic, decatur ga
28:unitarian coffeehouse, colmbia sc
        may 97
17:eccles conference center auditorium, logan ut

website: http://www.hidwater.com/aiken

and if you run across her new album, "live bait", get it!  i really think
y'all should go hear her if you haven't before or lately.  i had forgotten
how wonderful her sound is (and only because at the troutdale show her
albums had sold out by the time i got there after her set...) so forgive
my gushing but , well, that's it.

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"i'm trying to hold this like rain in a river, everything is getting
bigger better (this won't last forever)--touch me fall..." a.r.
******gwen keyt******
seattle pacific university
bsn class of 1997
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date:         wed, 4 sep 1996 04:18:29 -0700
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subject:      moon as rollercoaster

tracy said:

> "whoa... it's the moon... i thought it was a roller coaster or something...."
>                                        -- emily saliers
> "you thought the moon was a roller coaster?!?!"
>                                        -- amy ray
> 31 august 1995 bumbershoot festival
            ^^^^

i think you mean 1996 (grin). i also love how amy said "girlfriend!" to
emily cause she didnt know what else to say after emily said the above
comment. that was cute.

so the security guard in front of me said 20-25,000 and the other guy said
80,000. i wonder which is closer to the truth. all i know is there were a
lot of people there.

hey did anyone else up front notice the security guards were really
interested in looking at a+e? they glanced up a couple times at the men's
choir and phoebe but the couple in front of me kept turning their heads to
look up at the girls. they werent doing it every minute (their job was the
scan the crowd) but the frequency rate definitely jumped. i wonder what
they were thinking (seriously). the one right in front of me kept looking
at amy whenever she started banging the hell out of her acoustic. god i
love it when she does that, bends over with her hair flopping down and
tears into the guitar. swoon. :) it reminds me of a quote i saw on the
lifeblood site... something like "someone forgot to tell amy ray that
you can't play an acoustic guitar like an electric."

i was excited to see someone hint about a possible boot of the show.
drooldrool. :)

anyway im still catching up on email... 600+ messages in my inbox and i
havent read all the ig digests yet...

arent we precious inside (yes we are!),
kristina

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subject:      ig dream!

i woke up very  happy this morning and it didn't take me long to figure out
why--i'd had a really nice dream about meeting amy and emily! i have to run
off to school now, boo! :( but i thought it might be a cool thread if anyone
posted unique or cool indigo dreams they've had. has this been done before?


~dreamin'

~abigail
****************in the words of emily saliers:******************

"there i am in younger days
stargazing, painting picture perfect maps
of how my life and love would be
not counting the unmarked paths of misdirection
my compass, faith in love's perfection
i missed ten million miles of road i should've seen"

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subject:      re: ig dream!

abigail wrote:
>
> i woke up very  happy this morning and it didn't take me long to figure out
> why--i'd had a really nice dream about meeting amy and emily! i have to run
> off to school now, boo! :( but i thought it might be a cool thread if anyone
> posted unique or cool indigo dreams they've had. has this been done before?
>
> ~dreamin'
>
> ~abigail

abigail,

has it ever! 8^) it is one of my favorite kinds of posts to read. people
here have some of the most interesting (albeit strange) dreams about ig,
that you could imagine.

chris payne owen4@adnc.com

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date:         wed, 4 sep 1996 09:34:41 edt
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from:         "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
subject:      lost list buddies...(nigc)

has anyone seen, heard from, or otherwise made contact with jennifer kwok?

as we say in indiana, "where's she at?"

thanks-
susita (not my real name, but it sounds sexier....)

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

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subject:      re: caroline aiken! nigc

just my two cents about caroline.....you're right,
gwendigo...the woman is a talent dynamo! if anyone
here doesn't know of her music....bolt now to any
store that carries her music, or get it from the
hidwater web site (i assume you can order it
there). if anyone has trouble getting her music,
let me know. caroline and her manager, lorene
machado, are friends of mine (and friends of a few
other people on this list) and we want to promote
the hell out of her. she stayed with me last feb.
when she was doing a six-string gig here....and i
was terribly ill at the time!!!!! here she was,
sitting in my living room, playing guitar for me
and talking to me about the history of the south
(she's incredibly knowledgable) and all i could do
was lay there in a feverish stupor!!!!! so, she
stayed with my bestest buddies, stephen and
kristina...(yeah, i'm bragging...<sue me> (g)...i'm
also venting, finally, about the lousing timing of
my illness). 'nuff said. back to the shadows.

-sheri

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subject:      emily wrote for amy

just a thought....

could "back together again" be a song emily wrote for amy???  it sure sounds
like it could.  anyway, that's my $.02...

amy k

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subject:      re: children

one of amy's sisters, (laura), was at eddie's when she played there last
may...  she looks exactly like amy, except with short, blonde hair.

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subject:      sigc:  joan and dar -- acoustic guitar

hi folks!

just wanted to let the joan baez and dar williams fans know that there is an
article in this month's acoustic guitar magazine on them.  both of them mention
ig.

that's it...

everyone have a great day!

tamara

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subject:      lost list buddies/ nigc

to add to the topic....is sue harney out there?  does anyone know
where she is?

melissa

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subject:      rollercoaster moons

so, when emily writes a song for the next album that has lyrics like "the
moon was as big as a rollercoaster" or "the rollercoaster moon took me for a
ride," we'll all know where that lyric came from!!


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in a message dated 96-09-04 07:07:34 edt, kristina writes:

<< so the security guard in front of me said 20-25,000 and the other guy
said
  80,000. i wonder which is closer to the truth. all i know is there were a
  lot of people there. >>

well....since the kingdome holds 48,000 ish (this is what they tell
me during mariners games *go mariners !!!!!*
....my guess would be 20-25,000....that seems to be the standard figure
i hear bantered about for your basic stadium concerts.

binky (math is not my best thing)
p.s. caroline aiken rules dudes !
what a lovely time i had last nite at borders !!!
....listen to your list brethren and go see her whenever you can !!!!!
she will amaze you with her warmth, wit, and talent !

" i can almost run, fly, listen....like the animals do..."
(laura "earth mommy" nyro)

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subject:      nigc:  joni mitchell...

     just to let anyone know who may be interested - there is now a joni
     mitchell discussion list on the internet.  it has just begun so it needs
     some members to join in and start the ball rolling.

     to subscribe, send this one line in the body (leave out the quotes):
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     ...paul

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in-reply-to:  <322d9273@uh2309ua.daytonoh.ncr.com>

on wed, 4 sep 1996, krisko, amy wrote:

> could "back together again" be a song emily wrote for amy???  it sure sounds
> like it could.  anyway, that's my $.02...>
> amy k
>
>in the cd jacket it says...(emily's words) ..."amy came down to new
orleans to visit and we played on the streets of the french quarter for
tips. this is a song about our friendship and music - yikes the lyrics!"
and then amy writes..."...emily wrote this song after she had been away
at tulane u. and i was back home - ...i believe we recorded this the summer
of my highschool year (1982) as part of the 'live in amy's basement tapes'.
based on this i think it is safe to assume emily did write this for amy,
as they must have missed each other a great deal that first year they
were apart. (by the way..when they played for tips that day, they made 30
bucks in six hours!!) gotta go, kim from vancouver

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at 12:07 pm 9/4/96 -0500, you wrote:
>to add to the topic....is sue harney out there?  does anyone know
>where she is?
to add further... does anyone know where i am? i seem to be lost :-)
peace... kim ( same planet... differnt world )
<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
      <just kim>rcn@prcn.org
"pain from pearls-hey little girl-
     how much have you grown?"
---------------amy ray------------------
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subject:      bumbershoot adventure plus

thanks to everyone who has posted a bumbershoot review.  it's great to hear
everyone elses perspectives.

what an absolutely incredible weekend!  i've been to festivals before, but
nothing like what i experienced at bumbershoot.

first of all a big congratulations to sundara.  i am a witness that she was the
first one in line and if that stadium holds 80,000 than there were 80,005
people there!  it was incredible.  i was standing right behind sundara (who was
on the rail just to the right of emily) and when i looked back shortly after
the girls came on stage there were only a couple of seats left in the very
back, top corners of the stadium and people were still streaming down the
stairs.  i found out later that the fire marshall had to close the doors for
about a half an hour or so.  it's kind of humbling to know that i was standing
in front of such a big sea of people.  thank god they were ig fans!!!  (ask the
security guard with the bandaid on his head from a flying beer bottle what he
thought of the presidents of the united states mosh pit@ :-) )

big hellos to sundara (you're great!), robyn, lynn, sheri, jeneanne (did i
spell that right?), corine and tons of other list members that seemed to be
everywhere.  gwen, i met you briefly, but i'm not sure you remember.  we were
to your left.

jeneanne, where did you get off to?  we lost you after daemon!  let me know
whats up with the caroline aiken flyers.

lynn and sheri, have you recovered from going backstage and meeting amy and
emily yet? :-)  sorry we missed you sunday night. :-(

anyway, ig put on one of the best shows i've seen especially considering they
had a few other things on their minds.

my condolences to amy and her family.  thoughts and prayers from around the
world are with them.

they didn't talk as much as they usually do, but seemed to interact more with
the crowd the second half of there set.  as mentioned before, amy was not
feeling that talkative and understandingly so.  they must have flown to atlanta
for just a few hours because i know i heard emily at sound check that morning.
i have so much respect for their professionalism.

other highlights (outside of watching sundara and her purple shirt sprint
accross a football field with the guy behind me "calling the plays" "they're on
the 40, the 30, the 20, they made it... touchdown") included:

    seattle mens chorus:  nice sound!  they got a huge reception when they
    were announced as "working to bridge the gap between gay and lesbian
    communities" (or something real close to that)  (don't tell anyone, but i
    think their might have been a few lesbians in the audience... :-) )

    the rankin family:  never heard them before.  what a plesant surprise. their
    celtic stuff was great.  i've never heard three voices so identical before.
    if i closed my eyes, i couldn't tell which one was singing.

    nanci griffith:  what can i say, she was just plain "on"!

    caroline aiken:  this was my first time hearing her outside of my "women
    af kerrville" cd.  i love her voice.  she was funny after the show when i
    mentioned something about seeing her in eugene on the 7th (john henry's at
    7:30, i believe) and she said something like "oh, is that where i'm going
    next <insert little chuckle here>, i can't keep track.  see you there"

    catie curtis:  second only to ig.  this show was one of the best i've seen
    and i've seen here several times this summer.  she is so damn cute...that
    little shy soft-spoken thing is irresistible.  my gf has decided that she
    has a serious crush - can't say i blame her.  julie wolfe (who also plays
    with the laura love bank) was playing keyboard.  i just love the 3-piece
    band combo.  catie seemed "empowered" by seattle mentioning that everytime
    she plays there she tries to stay several extra days and ends up trying to
    figure out how much it would cost to drive a u-haul from boston to seattle.
    she mentioned that seattle seems to have an incredible number of aborable
    "people"...i concur!

    a final highlight!!! strawberry shortcake !

i'm sure i've forgotten things.  there were tons of shows i wish i would have
been able to see.  i suppose one can only stand a certain amount of heaven at a
time. :-)

i've rambled long enough - gotta work sometime today.

here's to a great weekend!

sarah
sarah_scilley@ccmail.uoregon.edu

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subject:      ig inspired license plates

saw this on the ig newsgroup - might be fun for us to do......

ig inspired license plates:

ndgo grl
ruonfire
clsr2fne
gohead

you get the idea.....how creative can you be?


nancy humphries
nancy@rbdc.rbdc.com

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subject:      winthrop lyrics...

hi y'all...listening to winthrop yesterday, i was  noticing that on  the first
bridge-to-chorus thingy em does, on the nff boot, she sings "...the pull of the
moon and the coffee deep night black". then the second and third times she
sings it, she sings "...the pull of the moon and the deep night coffee black"

what do y'all think? is this on purpose? a screwup of one lyric over the other?
thoughts? anyone?

good to know my two fave beverages are up on em's list too.....coffee and beer.
i like em so much, i sometimes have a beer with my coffee and vice versa! yum!

susan auchincloss (not my real name but....you guessed it...it sounds sexier!)

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subject:      philly tape - pooh

sorry to post this to the whole list, but i don't know any other way to get
in touch with this person.

would the person from mchenry, il that goes by the name of pooh please
e-mail regarding your tape?

thanks-
deanna

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subject:      re: ig inspired license plates

>you get the idea.....how creative can you be?

for a small car.....kid gears

jude :)

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subject:      nigc mostly ish

kristina thoughtfully pointed out....
>tracy said:
>
>> "whoa... it's the moon... i thought it was a roller coaster or something...."
>>                                        -- emily saliers
>> "you thought the moon was a roller coaster?!?!"
>>                                        -- amy ray
>> 31 august 1995 bumbershoot festival
>            ^^^^
>
>i think you mean 1996 (grin). i also love how amy said "girlfriend!" to
>emily cause she didn't know what else to say after emily said the above
>comment. that was cute.
>

        ahem.. yeah uh.. yeah i rather did... <cough cough>   a test?  no?
well, took a couple days for anyone else to notice i am in a time warp so i
only feel very mortified.  :-)
       ~~~~~let's do the time warp agaaaaiiiin,,,,,~~~~~~~

thank you!!!
trace <who fixed it and has carefully written what year it is on her forehead>


^~^~~~^^~^~^~back home with my mountains!!~^~^~^~

"whoa... it's the moon... i thought it was a roller coaster or something...."
                                        -- emily saliers
"you thought the moon was a roller coaster?!?!"
                                        -- amy ray
31 august 1996 bumbershoot festival

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subject:      nigc - lost list buddies

kim asked about her own whereabouts:
>at 12:07 pm 9/4/96 -0500, you wrote:
>>to add to the topic....is sue harney out there?  does anyone know
>>where she is?
>to add further... does anyone know where i am? i seem to be lost :-)
>peace... kim ( same planet... differnt world )
        well *i* certainly don't.  here in 1995 i have not even joined this
list yet.  same planet, same world, different time... whooooo scarey.

tracy <singing the twilight zone theme to myself over and over and over....>
        do do dodo dod od     od dd


^~^~~~^^~^~^~back home with my mountains!!~^~^~^~

"whoa... it's the moon... i thought it was a roller coaster or something...."
                                        -- emily saliers
"you thought the moon was a roller coaster?!?!"
                                        -- amy ray
31 august 1996 bumbershoot festival

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> >to add further... does anyone know where i am? i seem to be lost :-)
> >peace... kim ( same planet... differnt world )

kim,

just like the maps in your local malls always seem to somehow know.....

you are here    8^)

chris payne owen4@adnc.com
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subject:      new cd's

        hi y'all...just got in from the local record store (okay, it's not
really local, but it has the best ig selection around!).  i picked up two
very good quality ig boots on cd (i know the manager, so i get a very nice
discount) and i also bought "the women of kerrville" cd.  i'm sure this cd
has been mentioned before...but just in case...it's great!!  it has dar
williams, caroline aiken, cheryl wheeler, catie curtis and a lot of other
great folk artists.
        i'm set for the next few hours anyway!!  peace   jen

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i kinda had a weird one the night of the mesa concert. that night i
yelled if i could come up and sing with them and emily just answered "you
never know". so that night i kept on dreaming about emily asking me to
sing. my roommate woke up the next morning telling me that i was singing
a song about a "ghost" the whole night. god, i'm a freak.
ben
" i have a husband and two children out in lexington,mass. but my
ex-boyfriend can't tell me i've sold out because he's in a cult and he's
not allowed to talk to me."
-dar williams

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subject:      re: children...

well, you're almost right--except for the olivia part...i was talking to
someone a few weeks ago who said that they worked with carrie saliers(one of
em's sis's) in a library(i think) or something to do with that...something
about books i believe. so, the literature part is right!

anyone know about the rest of the gang??

tiff


*snip*
>and, hmmmmm,
>lets say the other one is an english/literature major but sings in her
>spare time.  jazz, really steamy jazz.  maybe her name's olivia and she's
>lying on top of a piano in some bar as we speak (write)....
>
>my imagination is waaay overactive, yes, i know....
>
>-mandy
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subject:      concerts

please send a concert list for this year.

thank you,

tiffany

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on wed, 4 sep 1996, jen lucero wrote:

>         hi y'all...just got in from the local record store (okay, it's not
> really local, but it has the best ig selection around!).  i picked up two
> very good quality ig boots on cd (i know the manager, so i get a very nice
> discount) and i also bought "the women of kerrville" cd.

>hi, kim2 from vancouver, (the new one) does anyone know where i can find
this stuff, ie, boots, in vancouver, i've seen some lyrics mentioned that
i do not recognise. also is amy's solo album color me grey available, and
live at the uptown lounge???? please help me all you serious fans!!!

thanks... kim2
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subject:      don't think twice - nigc

sorry abou the general post but my email went down and i lost the reply address.

tommy, here are the chords for don't think twice:

btw, there is a bob dylan page at http://www.uvm.edu/~ksherloc/dylan/

<title>don't think twice it's all right</title>
<pre>
stolen from olga.

from: paul zimmerman <audsm@asuvm.inre.asu.edu>

                                        don't think twice
                                        (by bob dylan)

**capo 4th fret (actually in e major, not c)**

intro:
  c  g  am  am  c  g  c  c


verse 1:

c               g              am
well it ain't no use to sit and wonder why, babe,
f                        c        g
  if'n you don't know by now.
   c               g              am
it ain't no use to sit and wonder why, babe.
d7                      g7
   it'll never do, some-how.

         c                    c7
when the rooster crows at the break of dawn
f                           d7
   look out your window and i'll be gone
c          g          am        f
you're the reason i'm travelin' on,
    c           g              c
but don't think twice, it's al-right.

verse 2:
ain't no use in turnin' on your light, babe,
that light i never knowed.
ain't no use in turnin' on your light, babe,
i'm on the dark side of the road.

still i wish there was somethin' you would do or say,
to try & make me change my mind and stay.
we never did too much talkin' anyway,
so don't think twice, it's all right.


verse 3:
it ain't no use in callin out my name, gal
like you never done before.
it ain't no use in callin out my name, gal
i can't hear anymore

i'm sittin & a wonderin, walkin down the road
i once loved a woman - a child i am told
i give her my heart, but she wanted my soul
but don't think twice, it's alright.

verse 3:
so lo-ong honey babe
where i'm bound, i can't tell.
goodbye is too good a word babe.
so i'll just say, "fare thee well."

i ain't sayin you treated me unkind
you coulda done better but, i don't mind
you just kind of wasted my precious time
but don't think twice, it's alright.

thanks to the original poster.


peace,
paul z
</pre>

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subject:      nigc; looking for dana or jenny!!!

hey dana or jenny (of the infamous journey to hell, oops, i mean new
orleans)

please write me asap.  it's regarding the ig concert in minneapolis.

thanks.

melissa
sweltering in las vegas

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subject:      family tree

ok, with all the results i've gotten, the saliers and ray families look
pretty much like....

dr. larry ray and wife
1. oldest psychadelic music loving sister
2. laura ray (supposedly blond and preppy)
3. amy
4. dr. larry ray jr.

rev. don saliers and mrs. librarian saliers
(not sure on order for these....)
-emily
-carrie saliers, a lirarian or something to do with books
-opera singer
-__________

hope i'm not offending anybody or getting too personal.
this is the last thing i'm going to post about their siblings, ok?
but if anyone has the ability to correct me or fill in the blanks, go ahead..
-mandy

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on the sf release, in the "thanks" section of the liner notes, es
thanks her family - mom, dad, carrie, beth and jennie & bill
(brother-in-law?). could be their names....

the article (lifeblood) was from january '90 - atlanta magazine.
it gives a lot of info on them - es is the only redhead among three
blondes - she gets her red hair from her grandfther - a nyc jazz musician
named "red" saliers (1920's).

it says one of her sisters is studying classical opera with a coach from
the ny met, another assists the choir director at her college, and the
third is a singer (no specifics).

i always thought one of her sisters is in the ctf video - where they're
leading the group of people. there's a blonde woman wearing black with
two young children - they guy with her looks like the guy in a photo of
the ig release songbook - photo of a woman/man and baby. but i'm just
guessing. i just assumed the photo was one of e's sisters & her husband
and their baby. but the guy in the video (with the beard) sure looks like
the guy in the photo. somebody double-check me on this, to make sure i'm
not just imagining it.

kid gears, jude?? i like that. i have a fondness for puns.

nancy humphries
nancy@rbdc.rbdc.com

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here is today's (9/4) update.  this time i've broken the list into two:
"orders received" and "orders coming".

orders received
--------------------
lori collins (1) xxl
lisa vartanica (1) l
amy putnam (1) xl
jan stevens (2) xl
joan ferguson (1) l (changed from xl)
lorinda wright (3) l
michele henkel (1) l
elizabeth lytle (1) l
sarah scilley (1) xl
paula laine (1) xxl
sara bailey (2) xl
dana warnez (1) xl
anna whipkey (1) xl
shelley moore (1) xl
holmes hummel (1) xl
jenny korn (1) l
anne haines (1) xl
amy tryon (1) l
gregg baird (1) xl
heidi lloyd (1) l
irene bruce (1) l
julie naughton (1) xl
ali kenney (1) l
amy vorpagel (1) l
sundara murphy (1) l
karra baron (1) xl
shannon datwyler (1) xxl
sheila fagan (2) xl (1) l
kathy brown (1) xxl (1) xl
dwayne jarrell (1) xl
tamara mizell (1) xl

total so far: 38

orders coming
------------------
gail anthony (1) xl
i-girl (1) l
lori  levy (please let me know what size)
tracy brown (1) l
maureen hatch (1) xl
kimberly hobbs (1) xl
joann melnik (1) xxl
nancy johnson (1) xl
trant batey (1) xl
kendra elliott (1) xxl
betsy bertiaux (2) l
jo norvelle walker (1) xl
heather coughlin (1) xl
pj battaglino (1) xl
stacy steffens (5) (right? your email is on my work computer -- i'll verify
tomorrow)

20 orders coming, making for a grand total of 58!

thanks for all the orders so far...deb

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subject:      connecticut post

for those of you with access, pick up today's connecicut post newspaper ...
in section b there's a full page article (and picture - albeit from 1994) on
our very own girls !!!! it's all about the honor cd ... and for those
curious, the picture is from the swamp ophelia era - the one where a&e are
leaning up against a red car on some busy street at night ...

chris

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subject:      new member bio - shannon

>hi
>
>i've been a member now for all of about 4 hours, but i thought i would send
>some words about me and the girls as i still have saturday's concert in my
>head...
>
>about the ig: i've been a fan since '88 when i first saw them at the uptown
>in athens (to a group of i'm sure less than 100...wow...things have
>changed)...have continued to see them whenever i can over the years...since
>i'm from the south, too, i've always felt like i can really relate to where
>they are coming from...anyway, the definite highlight of my ig history
>happened on saturday when i was given the opportunity to meet them backstage
>after the concert...it was literally awesome...i'd like to say that i had
>deep and meaningful conversations with a and e...however i was, of course,
>speechless... so i basically just grinned and smiled and grinned
>again...ahhh. needless to say, it was an experience i will never forget...
>
>about me: i grew up in sc, went to college in va, and now live in seattle
>(for a little over a year now) ... i work at microsoft ...listen to music a
>lot (ig, ani, joan a., nanci g....) read a lot...movie watch...get outdoors
>when i can...and enjoy the sunshine when we have it!
>
>shannon

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subject:      license plates

here are a few:

10k wars
mr e
makitezr
luvlcm2u
letitbme

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subject:      sigc - cheryl wheeler chords

i have posted a message to the cheryl wheeler list, but no one seems to
have them - so... - does anyone know where i can find chords for cheryl's
songs?  if more than chords are available that would be even better!
thanks for your help!

still haven't found any other transcriptions of ig songs besides the
song books, so if you have those...

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in-reply-to:  <199609042253.raa01595@iris.iupui.edu> from "automatic digest
              processor" at sep 4, 96 06:53:54 pm

how about h2oshed?  there are many interesting possibilities, depending
on how limited you are by the number of characters allowed.

this one is my fave because i'm a chemist! :)

sue

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subject:      nigc- vega is a mommy!

hi to everyone!!

just a quick question,  did everyone know that
suzanne vega recently just had a baby and got married??
article says she had a girl...& her and the hubby named
her ruby.  gosh, where have i been???

also the interview went on to say how vega's music is changing
since ruby came along....(more mature and sexual)...whatever..
i am no vega expert...but since vega was at newport,
i thought i would share this small tidbit!!   does anyone who
actually attended newport concur in such a characterization????

hope is all well in indigo land!!

-dana

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subject:      license plates

i've got a really good one for a license plate!!

ghost


hahahahah sorry! had to do it :) i'm in a very odd mood tonight :)

jendy

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subject:      re: license plates

how about: map!

is it really possible no one suggested this yet?!  granted, the plate's
probably already taken, but still...


~abigail
****************in the words of emily saliers:******************

"there i am in younger days
stargazing, painting picture perfect maps
of how my life and love would be
not counting the unmarked paths of misdirection
my compass, faith in love's perfection
i missed ten million miles of road i should've seen"

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subject:      nigc--playlist

hey,
check out what's playing on radio here in the northwest(public radio)the
show is called "without a net" . here is a recent playlist.

kghp/playlist
"without a net"
8/18/96
hosted by jennifer kallen

artist/song/cd/label/new

tabachie/obesessive island/are you willing/krl/yes
catie curtis/dad's yard/truth from lies/guardian/96
bejae fleming/let's drive on/red cross woman/trailer/yes
ellis paul/weightless/carnival of voices/philo/96
oil can/pretty old men/pastures of plenty/justice/95
ellis paul/paris in a day/carnival of voices/philo/96/***
ellis paul/deliver me/carnival of voices/philo/96/***
david giuseppe/flying home to.../welcome to heaven/wizmak/yes
dave mathews/crash into me/crash/rca/96
adiemus/cantus inequalis/ssongs of sanctuary/caroline/96
melisse lafrance/take me apart/unnatural acts/railway/96
ani difranco/looking for holes/not so soft/rbr/91
ilene weiss/healing place/obliviously/gadfly/96
capercaillie/pige ruadh/get out/green linnet/96
dennis lind/the first day/humpy's alehouse.../hook line.../96
caroline aiken/madman across the water/live bait/gfp/95
lyle lovett/closing time/10 great years.../silverwolf/96
tracy chapman/at this point.../new beginning/elektra/96
peter keane/walkin around/walkin around/flying fish/yes
cheryl wheeler/half a book/half a book/north star/91
john gorka/invisible gun/between 5 and 7/high street/96
patty larkin/who holds your hand/angels running/high street/93
george winston/tamarack pines/forest/windham hill/94
susan werner/some other town/last of the.../private/95
disappear fear/laws of nature/seed in the sahara/philo/yes
lisa loeb/sandlewood/tails/geffen/95
abra moore/some kind of change/sing/bohemia beat/95
wyrd sisters/one hip shaking/inside the dreaming/indie/94
don conoscenti/why'd she do that/boxes of bones/cogtone/96
eileen ivers/rights of man/wild blue/green linnet/96
the molly's/one day i went.../this is my round/indie/yes

****ellis paul interview(live)

        kaltac@wvin.com

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subject:      newport tape...

if anyone has the newport folk festival boot could you please write me i would
die for a copy of that kick ass show...josh

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> mr e
^^ this is my favorite!!!  lol!!!! lollol! :)

> makitezr
> luvlcm2u
^^this one took me a good 5 minutes to get...but i am suffering from a
mighty big head cold....

> letitbme
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subject:      plates

3hits
chknman
mewhatu  <----this one's not as obvious  :)

just my humble additions,
steve

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subject:      ig family tree

hmmmm...i haven't watched the watershed/ctf video in a while, but i thought
the guy with the beard with wife and child in tow in the ctf video was
russell carter.   maybe i need to go watch the video just to make sure i'm
thinking of the right person, but i think it is rc.   also, according to the
people magazine article, a's mother's name is frances (a homemaker), and
e's mom's name is jane.  while i was doing some research at the public
library a while back, just for the fun of it i did some ig-related research
on infotrac and found that e's father has authored a number of scholarly
articles on theology, christianity, etc.  e's mom (if it is the same jane saliers)
had authored some articles reviewing children's books or something.  if anyone
is near a library, you might have some fun with this and check the magazine
indices (or even the computer/card catalog to see if any of them have authored
any books)!  i was reading this stuff thinking "geez, are these people
over-achievers or what?"  made me feel kinda stationary...(ggg)

peace and interesting ig family tidbits,

joan :)

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subject:      license plates

as much as i love the girls, my real live license plate was not
ig inspired....

it's mary chapin carpenter inspired....

grlwgtr

i can always tell (when looking in my rear view mirror) who
*gets* it and who doesn't.  it's kinda funny to see the responses--
everything from huh? to yeah!

i can't believe that when i saw chapin in concert last year (and
for the first time ever in my entire life, i had front row tickets...)
i forgot to take the license plate into the show with me.  i would
have loved to have seen the look on her face.....

i even had someone follow me into costco once to ask me what it
meant.

so if you see this plate drivin' around seattle--smile and wave!

my suggestions for ig related plates:

galileo
indgoin
indgone
joking
fugitve

we can have 7 letters here in wa state.

and jude, i really liked >kid gears<! here in wa it would
probably have to be kdgears.

ann (who will resist the temptation to stay up all night to
think of more license plate suggestions...)

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subject:      danielle howle

when is danielle playing in seattle? ya'll keep mentioning that she's
playing, but no one's posted the details.   i just saw her at bumbershoot
and wow!!

thanks

jeni            saulinoj@olywa.net

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subject:      re: ig inspired license plates

hey folks

grlsrule

gosh how original am i?  not.  i just had to put that one in because it
reminded me so much of the girls rule hat that people chatted about that i
wore at newport that belonged to i-girl's pyt.  (hi i-girl)

here's more:

tgwtwotwihh--that would fit on a plate, no?  :)
yamot10kw--not much better
touch me--hmmm, might be read differently by non-ig crowd

ooooh it's late.  bye y'all

greg


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subject:      a&e's families

all of their family members are pictured in the restaurant photo inside the
strange fire album.amy's dad is the guy on the far right, her mom is the next
one over but a table back. i guess i'll let y'all figure out the rest. i know
that the people that couldn't make it are in picture frames held by other
family members. hope this helps.......

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subject:      re: ig inspired license plates

then there's always,

        lif *^2

trant

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on wed, 4 sep 1996, tiffany wrote:
> well, you're almost right--except for the olivia part...i was talking to
> someone a few weeks ago who said that they worked with carrie saliers(one of
> em's sis's) in a library(i think) or something to do with that...something
> about books i believe. so, the literature part is right!

..oh i thought it was emily's mum who worked in a library (who gave ..or
rather *lent* her the diaries of virginia wolf!!). her sister as well -
you sure??!! - thats one *literate* family!

juliet.
<http://www.rdg.ac.uk/pris/sed/juliet/home2.html>

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subject:      mnpls. show --utah list members

hey all, it is sept. and we need to get planning a list get together.  i
have been on this list for about a year now and have read all about list
get togethers and concerts and i am finally going to be able to get to =
one
and there has been no talk yet of a list get together for the mnpls. =
show.  what is up with this?  i know there are some of you out there who =
will be going to=20
this show and it sure would be fun to meet you.  although my family
lives in the twin city area, it has been a while since i have been home =
and=20
am not currently in mn so i am not sure where a good meeting place might =

be.  any ideas from some of you native-live there the entire year-mud =
ducks :-)
i will be home in mn after the 18th and will not have access to my =
e-mail
while i am there so let's get something planned!
if all else fails i will be in the 11th row center wearing the infamous =
list shirt:-)

cami

sorry to take up more bandwidth with this but if any of the utah list =
members
are going to the nanci griffith concert on sat. night wear those list =
shirts :-)
did y'all road trip it from utah up to bummershoot?  currently shouting
"bummer' and "shoot' that i have not hooked up with any of you sooner.
sounds like you had a great time!

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subject:      fan club/mailing list

can someone let me know how to get on the mailing list for show dates for the
indigo girls.  also, how do i go about joining their fan club?  i can be
reached sometimes at email address sdebb@aol.com and my mailing address is:
janelle stiglic, esseff hall apt. 537, king's college, wilkes-barre, pa
18711.  thanks.

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subject:      ig family tree/sf photo

greetins all in indigo land!

looking at the photo from the sf album, i can make a pretty good guess
as to which people are of the ray clan, on the right and of the saliers
clan, on the left.  is this blonde woman in the front of the photo the
blonde sister that is supposed to look just like amy?  there are definately
two people on the em side that have very similar smiles and faces as em
does.  it's kind of cute to see how alike they all look.  does anyone know
where this photo was taken?  oh well, back to having a real life and doing
non-ig related things.

take care and peace!

-deb

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this is either really wierd, really conincidental or i'm just nuts.  i am
trying to get an author to speak on campus next year, and i am lucky enough
to call him every so often -- so yesterday he gave me the name of his
assistant and said have someone from the university call me , blah, blah
blah. i could have sworn his assistants name was nancy humphries, who is on
this list, maybe it is and she is the person that this news reporter/ author
from nyc was talking about, but somehow i dont think so (altho if it is the
same woman -- you have my dream job!!!!) i think i just randomly picked the
name out of my subconscience....nancy, if you work as a assistant for
someone with the initials j.h., email me...this would be far too wierd.
mike r.

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in a message dated 96-09-05 01:52:07 edt, joan writes:

<< people magazine article, a's mother's name is frances (a homemaker), and
e's mom's name is jane. >>

but i like "mrs. librarian"  !!!!!


marion

"there were bells.....in the sky...but i couldn't hear them ringing."

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subject:      nigc - mm

we had a discussion a bit ago about mm's record lable.  i found this on
hidden waters site (http://www.hidwater.com). band de soleil is still
listed on the daemon home page, but this one album must not be.


" 'bird on fire' will be the first release for walter yetnikoff's indie
label, velvel music. this is the second effort for band de soleil; the
critically acclaimed 'redemption dream' was released in the fall of '94."
(http://www.hidwater.com/bds/bdshome.html)

for what it's worth,
- jen hall

ps.  hey jude, why is the server so slow now???  it's taking a couple hours
for my e-mails to post.  did subscription go way up?
thanks,
-jh

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subject:      re: nigc - mm

at 09:45 am 9/5/96 cdt, you wrote:
>we had a discussion a bit ago about mm's record lable.  i found this on
>hidden waters site (http://www.hidwater.com). band de soleil is still
>listed on the daemon home page, but this one album must not be.
>
>
>" 'bird on fire' will be the first release for walter yetnikoff's indie
>label, velvel music. this is the second effort for band de soleil; the
>critically acclaimed 'redemption dream' was released in the fall of '94."
>(http://www.hidwater.com/bds/bdshome.html)


        i was talking to perry at rdr and as a correction on the release of
bird on fire-- he said it was pushed back even further-- the beginning of 1997..

"..pegasus will be your friend, if you only take her reins and
pretend.."-melanie hammet
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"with enough energy there's nothing that can't be healed-- hatred...war.
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subject:      dreams

hey everyone!
okay, so i had this dream a couple of weeks ago that i was at this country club
and ig was supposed to play.  so i was all excited for them, then suddenly, my
dream changed and i forgot all about them.  later on, i remembered that they
were playing so i ran outside to see where they were supposed to be set up.
well, it was packed with people, and sure enough, there they were, singing and
playing away.  so, in what seemed like a really long time, i finally fought my
way up to the stage, only to get a good look, and see that the people on stage
were impersonators.  i almost cried in my dream i was so upset.  i swear, only
my own brain could screw me over that much.
oh well.

amy c.

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subject:      license plates and other nigc stuff

>mewhatu  <----this one's not as obvious  :)
>

ooh! i really like this one!
and like ann said about her mcc plate, it'd be kinda funny to see who gets
it and who doesn't. or even watching people's expressions as they try to
figure it out :)

>we can have 7 letters here in wa state.

thanks again, ann! now i have something *very* important to think about as i
drive down to wa state next week. should i keep my alaska plates (i just
re-registered, so it might save me some bucks), or do i go for
brand-spankin' new wa state "vanity" plates. hmm. a dilemma indeed.

hey, i saw a hawaii plate yesterday :)

-bon

my contribution:
hndmedwn -because that's what my car kind of is, and i think a person can
have 8 letters if you live in ny state.

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subject:      indigo's in vancouver

hey fellow tribe members, i am new to this coolest of lists. all you
vancouver residents identify yourselves! at saturday's show when amy sang
"on the ferry to victoria" many people screamed (including me) and i know
you are out there, so don't be shy! is anyone else living here frustrated
at the dismal amount of times ig has actually played our city? the last
time was in 92, how do we convince them to come here? were any of you out
there, at that 92 concert at the orpheum? i was front row, center, i
think i was the second person to buy a ticket! amy shook my hand at the
end of the concert and emily..well...she gave some drunk young guy who
had been screaming and bumping into people a guitar pick, we were very
disappointed!! but i forgave her soon after! anyone who was there that
night oh so long ago, please tell. and lets put our heads together and
get them here somehow. i was thinking they might be interested in doing a
protest concert for clayquot or something. any suggestions?

kim in north vancouver, the new kim as i think i've seen the name before!

"i am looking for someone, who can take as much as i give, give back as
much as i need, and still have the will to live."
                                                 --amy ray

why not email me at kimlin@vcn.bc.ca
bye y'all...

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subject:      this family (revised)

dr. larry ray and homemaker wife, frances
1. susan, who listens to psychadelic music
2. laura ray, who is blond and semi-preppy
3. amy
4. dr. larry ray jr., who possibly used to own a clothing store

rev. don saliers and librarian wife, jane
(not sure on order for these....)
-carrie saliers, a blonde lirarian or something to do with books
-emily
-beth, also blonde      (>possibly the opera singer)
-jennie, another blonde, who's possibly married to bill and had a
        kid or two      (>possibly the opera singer)

wow.  two cool families.  i looked at the sf picture and i think the girl
on the front right with blonde hair is probably laura or susan.  and i
think the young girl in the center-left with the big grin is probably
jennie or beth.  for this tree i tried to gather all the info i could
from everybody's posts and check facts against facts, etc...  i'm not
guaranteeing that this is right, but it should be close.  any more
corrections or comments?  feel free.....
it's been fun, kind of like solving a mystery (no pun intended!!!)
thanks, guys......... -mandy

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subject:      nigc:  i have been assimilated

fun for your day.   listen up computer geeks - - or tech heads, whichever
you prefer..  read on...
-------------
original text
from gus bradley@ts deskcall@cs hou, on 9/5/96 1:45 pm:
to: jennifer hall@ts deskcall@cs hou

22.
26.
31.

to name a few..
---------
from harold weiss@es@cs hou, on 9/5/96 10:49 am:
to: *@bp@cs hou, *@es@cs hou, *@ts deskcase@cs hou, *@ts desksoftcase@cs
hou, eddie dowait@ns ti@cs hou, gus bradley@ts deskcall@cs hou, jake
parker@ts deskcall@cs hou, tom morley@ts syscall@cs hou

subj:  more from cousin joe =:o
date:  96-09-05 09:05:45 edt
from:  vla helen
posted on:  america online

more from ann marie's cousin joe :)  (p.s...i didn't get even one of these
jokes...guess i'm still *normal* :x)

30 signs that technology has taken over your life:
         -- joe mullich, americanway magazine, 11/15/94.

1. your stationery is more cluttered than warren beatty's address book.
the letterhead lists a fax number, e-mail addresses for two on-line
services, and your internet address, which spreads across the breadth of
the letterhead and continues to the back. in essence, you have conceded
that the first page of any letter you write *is* letterhead.

2. you have never sat through an entire movie without having at least
one device on your body beep or buzz.

3.  you need to fill out a form that must be typewritten, but you can't
because there isn't one typewriter in your house -- only computers with
laser printers.

4.  you think of the gadgets in your office as "friends," but you forget
to send your father a birthday card.

5.  you disdain people who use low baud rates.

6.  when you go into a computer store, you eavesdrop on a salesperson
talking with customers -- and you butt in to correct him and spend the
next twenty minutes answering the customers' questions, while the
salesperson stands by silently, nodding his head.

7.  you use the phrase "digital compression" in a conversation without
thinking how strange your mouth feels when you say it.

8.  you constantly find yourself in groups of people to whom you say the
phrase "digital compression."  everyone understands what you mean, and
you are not surprised or disappointed that you don't have to explain it.

9.  you know bill gates' e-mail address, but you have to look up your own
social security number.

10.  you stop saying "phone number" and replace it with "voice number,"
since we all know the majority of phone lines in any house are plugged
into contraptions that talk to other contraptions.

11.  you sign christmas cards by putting :-) next to your signature.

12. off the top of your head, you can think of nineteen keystroke
symbols that are far more clever than :-).

13.  you back up your data every day.

14.  your wife asks you to pick up some minipads for her at the store and
you return with a rest for your mouse.

15.  you think jokes about being unable to program a vcr are stupid.

16.  on vacation, you are reading a computer manual and turning the pages
faster than everyone else who is reading john grisham novels.

17.  the thought that a cd could refer to finance or music rarely
enters your mind.

18.  you are able to argue persuasively the ross perot's phrase
"electronic town hall" makes more sense than the term "information
superhighway," but you don't because, after all, the man still uses
hand-drawn pie charts.

19.  you go to computer trade shows and map out your path of the exhibit
hall in advance.  but you cannot give someone directions to your house
without looking up the street names.

20.  you would rather get more dots per inch than miles per gallon.

21.  you become upset when a person calls you on the phone to sell you
something, but you think it's okay for a computer to call and demand that
you start pushing buttons on your telephone to receive more information
about the product it is selling.

22.  you know without a doubt that disks come in five-and-a- quarter-and
three-and-a-half-inch sizes.

23.  al gore strikes you as an "intriguing" fellow.

24. you own a set of itty-bitty screw-drivers and you actually know
where they are.

25.  while contemporaries swap stories about their recent hernia
surgeries, you compare mouse-induced index-finger strain with a
nine-year-old.

26. you are so knowledgeable about technology that you feel secure
enough to say "i don't know" when someone asks you a technology question
instead of feeling compelled to make something up.

27.  you rotate your screen savers more frequently than your automobile
tires.

28.  you have a functioning home copier machine, but every toaster you
own turns bread into charcoal.

29.  you have ended friendships because of irreconcilably different
opinions about which is better -- the track ball or the track *pad*.

30.  you understand all the jokes in this message.  if so, my friend,
technology has taken over your life.  we suggest, for your own good, that
you go lie under a tree and write a haiku.  and don't use a laptop.

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

31. you email this message to your friends over the net. you'd never get
around to showing it to them in person or reading it to them on the
phone. in fact, you have probably never met most of these people
face-to-face.

well...do you think i'm still normal? :)

(_)>s :)
vla helen
virtualeader academy aide
(hannah524)

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        hey kimberly

        welcom to the list!

peace,

tommy :)

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subject:      ig crossword

hey! i was doing the crossword in out college newspaper (the daily
kent stater, which by the way is not daily..only on tue-fri...go
figure). anyway, it is one of my addictions, and the clue was "a ray"
and the answer was amy! isn't that cool. ok, i thought it was
cool. gosh, after 3 days of classes i am already cracking up...they're
coming to take me away, ha ha (lol). amyray, see y'all latah.  kel
--
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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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subject:      re: license plates and other nigc stuff

at 09:34 am 9/5/96 -0800, you wrote:
>>mewhatu  <----this one's not as obvious  :)
>>
>
>ooh! i really like this one!
>and like ann said about her mcc plate, it'd be kinda funny to see who gets
>it and who doesn't. or even watching people's expressions as they try to
>figure it out :)

woah...for the dumb ones on the list(like me!!) what is mewhatu? is it
obvious? im feeling a bit stupid at the moment....


>>we can have 7 letters here in wa state.
>
>thanks again, ann! now i have something *very* important to think about as i
>drive down to wa state next week. should i keep my alaska plates (i just
>re-registered, so it might save me some bucks), or do i go for
>brand-spankin' new wa state "vanity" plates. hmm. a dilemma indeed.

what the hell...go for the vanity plate!!

>hey, i saw a hawaii plate yesterday :)

aloha.

>-bon
>
>my contribution:
>hndmedwn -because that's what my car kind of is, and i think a person can
>have 8 letters if you live in ny state.


good 'un!

my $.02...ok, maybe a little more...(if i duplicate...my apologies...there's
so many and they're all good!)

hmmrnail
wrldflls
(hmmm...a n*i*s mood, perhaps??)
reunion (ok maybe a bad idea...probably wouldnt be high on igc for people
who dont know)
tmfall
scryrslf
clsr2fne
prodrkns  (hmmmmmm)


ok, enough of my jibbering...

peace y'all
tiff

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subject:      nigc-rem list

i am a new member to the list, and think it is great.  does anyone know if
anything like this exists for rem?

lori

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x-to:         problem child <warra5c0@numen.elon.edu>

at 03:16 pm 9/5/96 -0400, you wrote:
>guaranteeing that this is right, but it should be close.  any more
>corrections or comments?  feel free.....
>it's been fun, kind of like solving a mystery (no pun intended!!!)
>thanks, guys......... -mandy
>
great job!  but you forgot to mention what your parents names were and what
your siblings looked like!!!!!

don't you think that this thread is breaching the personal lives of ig just
a little????
if you think that 'well, we're all friends here -- no one would do anything"
think again.
i seem to recall a few years back a list member (from this list) was
purported to have
both harassed one of the ig's parent's and broke into the parent's home to
gather
'souvenirs'.

marianne

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date:         thu, 5 sep 1996 16:17:08 -0600
reply-to:     deb reiser <debbie@mei.com>
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from:         deb reiser <debbie@mei.com>
subject:      list t-shirts -- last chance!

ok, that opera chick is waiting in the wings; it's the fourth quarter and
the benches were given the two-minute warning; it's the bottom of the ninth
and there are two out and you have two strikes on you; plus amy and emily
are singing ctf. yup, it's that time...if you want a list shirt it's not
too late but i need to know...i'll take requests until tomorrow at noon
central time. after that it's too late. here's the info one last time for
all you prograstinators...

deadline: email with your intent to buy a shirt (or shirts) by noon
tomorrow (friday sept 6th - central time) i need to get your money right
away because i need to prepay the printer. if you said you are sending in
an order, please do so. i don't want to hold up placing an order.

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

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)

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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.

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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.

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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

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.

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

thanks!

deb
debbie@mei.com

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date:         thu, 5 sep 1996 17:26:20 -0400
reply-to:     tiffany <slugger@prolog.net>
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from:         tiffany <slugger@prolog.net>
subject:      re: license plates and other nigc stuff

at 03:12 pm 9/5/96 -0600, you wrote:
>at 04:54 pm 9/5/96 -0400, you wrote:
>>at 09:34 am 9/5/96 -0800, you wrote:
>>>>mewhatu  <----this one's not as obvious  :)
>>>>
>>>
>>
>>woah...for the dumb ones on the list(like me!!) what is mewhatu? is it
>>obvious? im feeling a bit stupid at the moment....
>>
>
>what separates me from you?????
>corinne


ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooh!!! now arent i feeling dumb...

lol...thanks!!

tiff--not so clueless anymore

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date:         thu, 5 sep 1996 16:39:12 -0500
reply-to:     jorge sanchez <jsanch@wpo.it.luc.edu>
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from:         jorge sanchez <jsanch@wpo.it.luc.edu>
subject:      re: this family (revised) -reply

kidfears@flinthills.com said:
"don't you think that this thread is breaching the personal lives of
ig just a little????"

here, here.  let's get off of this family stuff.  it could get ugly.

-j

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from:         kellie deis <kdeis@kent.edu>
subject:      licence plates.

ok, call me a dweeb, but i don't get half of the plate jokes flyin
around here. help! i get the obvious ones but the other ones require a
mental capacity i don't have.  kel

                eat more cheese
--
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:         thu, 5 sep 1996 18:04:50 -0500
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subject:      a suggestion re: sotw
in-reply-to:  <199609052127.raa31583@netspace.org>

hi everyone!

as the subject line says, i've got a suggestion about the song of the
week thing.  first, i love the idea!  (although i haven't heard much
discussion of secure yourself yet...)  anyway, here's my suggestion.
whoever announced this week's song mentioned something about its origins
(amy burying her cat?)  well, might it be possible to ask that someone
write in something to introduce each song - some background or
something?  i'm new to the list and although i've been a total ig freak
as long as i can remember, i'm pretty unaware of the stories behind
songs.

i can already see a couple problems with my suggestion:

1.  you guys have heard the stories a million times.  i know, i've been
on other lists where stories are repeated to death...  but, well, for the
benefit of us newbies.... please?

2.  people have their own interpretations and sometimes don't like to
hear what the "real" story was.  i understand - i feel this way about
poetry, songs, other literature, you name it...
believe me, i hate it when i write in a long interp. of a song and ten
people write back "no, stupid, it's about this...."   yeah, i might know
the story, but it means something else to me.  well, i'm getting a bit
longwinded here... but my point is i guess that knowing the background of
a song doesn't have to detract from your own interpretation.  so again,
please can someone post what they know about these songs as we discuss
them?

i hope someone who knows something will decide to humor me and take on this
task - it would mean a lot to me and i'm sure i speak for other new
folks!  :)

i've wasted enough bandwidth for now, so i'll get going.  still haven't
started making dinner and it's about that time...

thanks for listening!

deb a.
alexand6@jeflin.tju.edu

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date:         thu, 5 sep 1996 15:11:18 -0700
reply-to:     smurphy@ups.edu
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from:         smurphy@ups.edu
subject:      license plates

i don't get mr e ????  will someone please explain?  i'm sure this is
blatant obliviousness on my part, and once it is explained, i'll feel dumb
for not getting, but till then, i'm just confused.  love sundara

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subject:      another little question

how long till you lose your newbie status?  i've been on since early may,
so am i still a newbie?  or what?  love sundara

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i recently saw the indigo girls in san antonio. i really loved the show and i
especially loved the opening artis, chris mckay. can you please tell me
how i can get a hold of one of her cds or any information on her? i
thought that she was great. not that the indigo girls were. thanks for the
great show and i can't wait for the new album and tour. i am sure that it
will be great. thanks.

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from:         alec heller <alec@nyc.pipeline.com>
subject:      re: ig inspired license plates
x-to:         greg matthew flamer <gflame@nwu.edu>

on sep 05, 1996 01:51:05, 'greg matthew flamer <gflame@nwu.edu>' wrote:


>touch me--hmmm, might be read differently by non-ig crowd

although it would be cheered by doors fans...

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reply-to:     motor625@aol.com
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from:         motor625@aol.com
subject:      re: ig dream!

i got home from the norfolk show around 3 am and was trying to sleep.  of
course i was way too excited and when i finally fell asleep i dreamed about
a&e all night long!!!  yay!  i kept meeting them and having really cool
conversations with them, over and over, all night!  one memorable one was
when emily was standing with me and my friends, did something, then looked at
us and said "don't i get a hug?" it sounded like an emily-voice even in my
dream!  yay!
my new extracurricular : finding igc in every single class!  the coolest was
in eastern world religions today, talking about reincarnation and karma -
everything is with you always!  and there are two cute fuzzy bear cubs on the
cover of my chinese book!!!  :)
happy indigos
katy

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from:         abigail <abaroo@execpc.com>
subject:      re: license plates and other nigc stuff

hey thanks for posting that! my warped brain thought mewhatu meant "amy,
what you?!" or something! thanks for clearing that up!

~abigail

>>>at 09:34 am 9/5/96 -0800, you wrote:
>>>>>mewhatu  <----this one's not as obvious  :)
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>woah...for the dumb ones on the list(like me!!) what is mewhatu? is it
>>>obvious? im feeling a bit stupid at the moment....
>>>
>>
>>what separates me from you?????
>>corinne
>
>
>ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooh!!! now arent i feeling dumb...
>
>lol...thanks!!
>
>tiff--not so clueless anymore
>
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****************in the words of emily saliers:******************

"there i am in younger days
stargazing, painting picture perfect maps
of how my life and love would be
not counting the unmarked paths of misdirection
my compass, faith in love's perfection
i missed ten million miles of road i should've seen"

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reply-to:     david sue <dsue@bigfoot.com>
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from:         david sue <dsue@bigfoot.com>
subject:      honor question

hi all!
  it's great to be back online, (now in miami) reading all your indigo
chat! but i have a problem! where to find the new honor cd! i have
looked at many mall music stores and have yet to find a single copy! so
where'd y'all get your copies from! we don't have tower or hmv near
campus! so can someone pls point me in the right direction?!

also where can i find the best of the mtn stage concert with ig on cd?!

thanks
dsue@bigfoot.com
hi sarah, e-mail me :) don't have your address

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from:         kira raichert <kraichert@directs.com>
subject:      re[2]: license plates and other nigc stuff

     phew...i'm glad you said this because i thought it stood for:
     monkeys eating wheaties have anger toward underwear :):):)
     oh i think it's time to go home now :):)
     kira

***********************************************************************

hey thanks for posting that! my warped brain thought mewhatu meant "amy,
what you?!" or something! thanks for clearing that up!

~abigail

>>>at 09:34 am 9/5/96 -0800, you wrote:
>>>>>mewhatu  <----this one's not as obvious  :)
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>woah...for the dumb ones on the list(like me!!) what is mewhatu? is it
>>>obvious? im feeling a bit stupid at the moment....
>>>
>>
>>what separates me from you?????
>>corinne
>
>
>ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooh!!! now arent i feeling dumb...
>
>lol...thanks!!
>
>tiff--not so clueless anymore
     >

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date:         thu, 5 sep 1996 17:57:37 -0700
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from:         benjamin slavin <verdi@imap2.asu.edu>
subject:      re: license plates and other nigc stuff
x-to:         tiffany <slugger@prolog.net>
in-reply-to:  <2.2.32.19960905205434.006773c4@mail.prolog.net>

here's an obvious one
a+e=ig

ben

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date:         thu, 5 sep 1996 21:42:49 -0400
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from:         amy krisko <kriskoam@saber.udayton.edu>
subject:      re: this family (revised)

just thought id share...

i think i read somewhere (in one of the lifeblood articles) that one
of amy's sisters was in law school, or med school, or something like
that and decided to quit and make her living creating "wearable art"
or something cool like that.  did i dream this (another indigo dream?!?)
or does this ring a bell with anyone else???

amy k

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from:         richard sayre iii <rbsayre@aol.com>
subject:      re: honor question
x-to:         dsue@bigfoot.com

in a message dated 96-09-05 21:53:43 edt, dsue@bigfoot.com (david sue)
writes:

<< hi all!
   it's great to be back online, (now in miami) reading all your indigo
chat! but i have a problem! where to find the new honor cd! i have
looked at many mall music stores and have yet to find a single copy! so
where'd y'all get your copies from! we don't have tower or hmv near
campus! so can someone pls point me in the right direction?!

also where can i find the best of the mtn stage concert with ig on cd?!
  >>

:) in miami best place to look is probably yesterday and today records...
it's on bird & red next to an old-fashioned pharmacy.

'least i think it's still there.. :)

rick

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date:         thu, 5 sep 1996 23:16:08 -0400
reply-to:     janinsdale@aol.com
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from:         janinsdale@aol.com
subject:      re: caroline aiken!
x-to:         gkeyt@paul.spu.edu

in a message dated 96-09-04 04:11:04 edt, gkeyt@paul.spu.edu (gwendigo)
writes:

>1:habitat for humanity benefit, scottsdale az (venue tba)

i'm there!!!!

jan in scottsdale!

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date:         thu, 5 sep 1996 23:24:03 -0400
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from:         annemarie farrell <debatediva@gnn.com>
subject:      re: moon as rollercoaster

    i was just wondering if anybody would be wonderful enough and
post the lyrics to "kind friend", "don't give that girl a gun",
"winthrope" and "leeds". i haven't heard these songs since the
concerts and just felt like refreshing my mind with new quality
music.

smiles : )
annemarie

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date:         thu, 5 sep 1996 23:41:15 -0400
reply-to:     amy staples <astaples@email.unc.edu>
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from:         amy staples <astaples@email.unc.edu>
subject:      re: this family (revised)
x-to:         amy krisko <kriskoam@saber.udayton.edu>
in-reply-to:  <96090521424900@saber.udayton.edu>

yes it's true.  amy's sister lived in durham north carolina for awhile
after leaving med school and did make tshirts i think

on thu, 5 sep 1996, amy krisko wrote:

> just thought id share...
>
> i think i read somewhere (in one of the lifeblood articles) that one
> of amy's sisters was in law school, or med school, or something like
> that and decided to quit and make her living creating "wearable art"
> or something cool like that.  did i dream this (another indigo dream?!?)
> or does this ring a bell with anyone else???
>
> amy k
>
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from:         kimberly hobbs <kimlin@vcn.bc.ca>
subject:      secure yourself - sotw interpretation.
x-to:         deborah alexander/jmc2000 <alexand6@jeflin.tju.edu>
in-reply-to:  <pine.a32.3.91.960905174757.23860d-100000@jeflin.tju.edu>

hey deborah, i am new to this list also and when i read earlier this week
about the sotw i wondered what that meant. have you seen the
"watershed-ten years of underground indigo" video. there are a few candid
interviews and soundbites, one specifically where a talks about death and
dying. there are references in a lot of her songs about this and secure
yourself, i feel, reflects her peace with the concept, but only after the
fact. as in, now that you have passed things will be fine for you. as in
"allowed to glide right through the sun, released from circles guarded tight
now we all are chosen ones".  references to *the beginning* of a journey,
not the end ring through this song, clean slates and starting over. as
amy said in the video, she has a problem with dying, is very afraid of
the moments the spirit leaves the flesh. i get the sense by the tone
of her voice as she sings sy that she is trying to reassure the
listeners and herself. enough about that, let me know what you think,
bye, kim from north vancouver   kimlin@vcn.bc.ca

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from:         dreiser <dreiser@wi.net>
subject:      t-shirt orders as of 9/5

here is today's (9/5) update.  the list is broken into two: "orders
received" and "orders coming". the "orders coming" list has grown quite a
bit over the past 24 hours. if you're on that list, please get your money
to me quickly. i need to prepay the printer and i don't want to hold up the
order because i'm waiting for money.

remember: if you want a shirt i need to know by noon (central time) friday.
but please let me know at my other email address (debbie@mei.com).

thanks!

deb

orders received
--------------------
lori collins (1) xxl
lisa vartanica (1) l
amy putnam (1) xl
jan stevens (2) xl
joan ferguson (1) l (changed from xl)
lorinda wright (3) l
michele henkel (1) l
elizabeth lytle (1) l
sarah scilley (1) xl
paula laine (1) xxl
sara bailey (2) xl
dana warnez (1) xl
anna whipkey (1) xl
shelley moore (1) xl
holmes hummel (1) xl
jenny korn (1) l
anne haines (1) xl
amy tryon (1) l
gregg baird (1) xl
heidi lloyd (1) l
irene bruce (1) l
julie naughton (1) xl
ali kenney (1) l
amy vorpagel (1) l
sundara murphy (1) l
karra baron (1) xl
shannon datwyler (1) xxl
sheila fagan (2) xl (1) l
kathy brown (1) xxl (1) xl
dwayne jarrell (1) xl
tamara mizell (1) xl

total so far: 38

orders coming
------------------
gail anthony (1) xl
i-girl (1) l
lori  levy (please let me know what size)
tracy brown (1) l
maureen hatch (1) xl
kimberly hobbs (1) xl
joann melnik (1) xxl
nancy johnson (1) xl
trant batey (1) xl
kendra elliott (1) xxl
betsy bertiaux (2) l
jo norvelle walker (1) xl
heather coughlin (1) xl
pj battaglino (1) xl
cindy katz (1) xxl
abigail <abaroo@execpc.com> (1) xl
suzi steffen (1) l (3) xl (1) xxl
magie poulos (1) l
ben <verdi@imap2.asu.edu> (1) xl
kay <stu_kaswenne@jmu.edu> (1) xl
marcia <mlc123@aol.com> (1) l
susan tomlinson (2) xxl
anne holderried (1) xl
phil dean (1) -- let me know what size
lynn cardamone (2) xl
holly van remmen (1) xl
maria veneziano (1) xl
alec heller (1)
elizabeth baird (1) l
steve shapir (1) xl
elise (1) xl
melissa gordon (1) xxl
janet fitch (1) xl
pj harris (1) l

41 orders coming, making for a grand total of 79!

thanks for all the orders so far...deb

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subject:      nigc:  mm cd

hi folks!

i hope everyone is having a wonderful day/night!!

sorry to post this to the list, but i figured with all the interest in michelle
malone from y'all, one of you might be interested.

i'm also sorry if this is unethical or whatever (you'll let me know if it is,
right?), but i had this music store order a mm cd for me and it came in today.
i thought michelle sounded awesome at the indigo uno show that i went to and the
few other times i've heard her.... but i don't care for this particular cd of
hers.  soooo.... i was curious as to  whether one of you guys would like to
reimburse me for the $17 that i spent on it and it can be yours!!  the cd is
called, "new experience".  i don't care for it, but maybe one of you guys will.
i just hate to see it gather dust on my cd shelf.  and, all i want is my money
back (i can't return it).  if you live in the u.s., i'll pay the mailing cost to
get it to you.  if you're interested, email me, please.

thanks,
tamara

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subject:      ig inspired license plates

hey friends!

i want my plate to say

"i love amy"

who cares if it wont fit!

:)  happy friday!

jan

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subject:      honor question -reply

from a former miami resident: miami is an indigo desert!

-j

>>> david sue <dsue@bigfoot.com>  9/5/96, 08:53pm >>>
hi all!
  it's great to be back online, (now in miami) reading all your
indigo chat! but i have a problem! where to find the new honor cd! i
have looked at many mall music stores and have yet to find a single
copy! so where'd y'all get your copies from! we don't have tower or
hmv near campus! so can someone pls point me in the right direction?!

also where can i find the best of the mtn stage concert with ig on
cd?!

thanks dsue@bigfoot.com
hi sarah, e-mail me :) don't have your address

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subject:      re: this family (revised) -reply
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>kidfears@flinthills.com said:
>"don't you think that this thread is breaching the personal lives of
>ig just a little????"
>
>here, here.  let's get off of this family stuff.  it could get ugly.
>
>-j

  so now you're saying their familes are ugly????  ;-)   (sorry
couldn't resist)

trinket

"i used to lie like that alone out on the driveway...."
    what a tragedy that might have been.  =)

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how 'bout
iluvamy
on fri, 6 sep 1996 janinsdale@aol.com wrote:

> hey friends!
>
> i want my plate to say
>
> "i love amy"
>
> who cares if it wont fit!
>
> :)  happy friday!
>
> jan
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"i'm trying to hold this like rain in a river, everything is getting
bigger better (this won't last forever)--touch me fall..." a.r.
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subject:      bumbershoot starter page

hi gang !
after working my fingers to bloody nubs, i've uploaded a
teeny liitle glimpse of bumbershoot....... it took forever :p
so anyway it's only got one picture of amy from saturday
( i haven't gotten all of my stuff back from the lab...plus
my scanner s/w started locking up on me ~ : / )
plus a couple of michelle...so check it out if you get a chance.
there is more to come ! ( it's graphic intensive but loaded
pretty quick with a 28.8 modem :)

    http://users.aol.com/mmedido/bum.htm

love !
binky
"babies in the blinkin' sun......sing we shall overcome !"
(her royal nyroness)

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subject:      mr e

mystery....mr. e
i felt so proud for getting this one

gynergy

to be what you are is one thing
to be what you want--now that's something else
you say you're finally afraid of something
i'm holding your hand,i'm kind of scared myself
ferron "sunken city"

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subject:      the fran report from the front lines!

howdy all.

i have no power.  i have no cold drinks.  fran has blown through.  we did not
get a direct hit here in greenville, but my parents in wilson said it was bad
there.  the eye is over them now.  we have lost two trees, big ones, including
the oak under which ig played in a most wonderful dream i had.

so to the igc.  when the power went out here in the apartment building, a few
of us grabbed our guitars and played ig songs in the elevator lobby on the
second floor!  we had a great time even though the building shook.

priscilla the cat is safe at home asleep on my pillow!!!  :)

i'll be going home tomorrow to see the damage.  according to my mom, all hell
broke loose there and i am anxious to see the damage at my place.  hope it's
not too bad.

i'm hanging in there!  everything is okay!

mary  :)

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subject:      nigc - just for fun!

just thought  i'd try and brighten your day with a few thoughts..

****
q. what makes men chase women they have no intention of marrying?

a. the same urge that makes dogs chase cars they have no intention
   of driving.
****
    olly  cow  ( <------kira  - for cow read llama!!)

socialism:
you have 2 cows.  the government takes one and gives it to someone
else.

communism:
you have 2 cows.  the government takes both and gives you the milk.

fascism:
you have 2 cows. the government takes both and sells you the milk.

nazism:
you have 2 cows.  the government takes both and shoots you.

bureaucracy:
you have 2 cows.  the government takes both, shoots one and then
pours the milk down the drain.

capitalism:
you have two cows.  you sell one for double its value and buy a bull

****

oh well ..on with the weekend -  have  a good one  folks!!

juliet.
<http://www.rdg.ac.uk/pris/sed/juliet/home2.html>

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i agree with others, what *does* this have to do with the *music* of the
indigo girls?

at 11:41 pm 9/5/96 -0400, you wrote:
>yes it's true.  amy's sister lived in durham north carolina for awhile
>after leaving med school and did make tshirts i think
>
>on thu, 5 sep 1996, amy krisko wrote:
>
>> just thought id share...
>>
>> i think i read somewhere (in one of the lifeblood articles) that one
>> of amy's sisters was in law school, or med school, or something like
>> that and decided to quit and make her living creating "wearable art"
>> or something cool like that.  did i dream this (another indigo dream?!?)
>> or does this ring a bell with anyone else???
>>
>> amy k
>>
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"..pegasus will be your friend, if you only take her reins and
pretend.."-melanie hammet
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in-reply-to:  <s22f0af6.095@wpo.it.luc.edu> from "beth demars" at sep 5,
              96 05:15:55 pm

kris mckay has two cds out, but i think one is out of print now.
the earliest one is called _what love endures_, and is on electra
(i think).  i've seen this a lot in the used bins around austin,
but i don't know how it fared nationally.  i could probably pick
this up for interested people, if there are any.
the latest one is called _thing that show_, and it's on the
shanachie (sp?) label.  this was just released about 1-2 months
ago, and should be orderable by any reputable cd store.
kris also spent some time with austin's wild seeds as a second
vocalist.

for the austinites on the list, kris is doing another in-store
apperance today at the border's at 183 and great hills trail.

>
> i recently saw the indigo girls in san antonio. i really loved the show and i
> especially loved the opening artis, chris mckay. can you please tell me
> how i can get a hold of one of her cds or any information on her? i
> thought that she was great. not that the indigo girls were. thanks for the
> great show and i can't wait for the new album and tour. i am sure that it
> will be great. thanks.
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subject:      soul miner's daughter

went to eddies attic last nite, and couldn't "not" achknowledge/plug soul
miner's daughter (cory jones & jennifer nettles).......spent the whole nite
wondering just "where have i been" and "how great are these
two"................needless to say their lyrics coupled with  being caught
in the headlights of an on-coming 18 wheeler/shot in the back like jessie
james after running blind-sitedly smakkk-dabb into someone i was lucky
enough to spend some time with.....left me pondering the interval between
two people and the silence that lies before and after it.........and i
think cory and jennifer take this stage again oct 18th, for their cd
release party, but i could be mistaken? call eddies for more info

tiff

tiffany shawn o'quinn
interactive media technology center
georgia tech
400 tenth street
atlanta, georgia 30332-0130

tiffany.oquinn@oip.gatech.edu

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subject:      they're gonna be busy at the prisons!

okay, so where were all of you when i was looking for a nice license plate
slogan? huh? huh?

:)

another one, although not the one i'm getting

amynmle

happy freakin friday-
susapalooza

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subject:      tangled up in indigo....

hey ya'll...after sixteen seperate tries to get on this damn newsline, =
finally my comp has decided to serve me truly and allow my to hook up.  =
technology leaves me stunned.  constantly.  makes me want to run into =
the sky and never look back.  anyway, all of this is a rather long lead =
in to nothing in particular.  i juat saw the girls in seattle, for the =
first time since jcs at the pier last summer.  i've heard some people =
say that they didn't like the atmosphere cause there were too many =
non-indigo fans there, but i was up in front where all the hard cores =
were, so i didn't have that problem.  i've yet to go to a show of theirs =
where they didn't give 100% (even when they're playing in front of =
10,000 more people than they expected to).  amy did a dynamic improv in =
the middle of chickenman.  she seemed really upset about something, but =
i'm not sure if i was the only person who could tell.  it didn't effect =
her performance in the slightest.  great new songs.  can't wait for the =
album.
anyway, good to be here.  see ya'll...

birds above sense my ressurection
call out to me
tilt you wings like this
and rise.....

greta gohn
cgohn@olympus.net

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              "deborah alexander/jmc2000" at sep 5, 96 6:04 pm

> i can already see a couple problems with my suggestion:
>
> 1.  you guys have heard the stories a million times.  i know, i've been
> on other lists where stories are repeated to death...  but, well, for the
> benefit of us newbies.... please?
>
> 2.  people have their own interpretations and sometimes don't like to
> hear what the "real" story was.  i understand - i feel this way about
> poetry, songs, other literature, you name it...
> believe me, i hate it when i write in a long interp. of a song and ten
> people write back "no, stupid, it's about this...."   yeah, i might know
> the story, but it means something else to me.  well, i'm getting a bit
> longwinded here... but my point is i guess that knowing the background of
> a song doesn't have to detract from your own interpretation.  so again,
> please can someone post what they know about these songs as we discuss
> them?
>
> i hope someone who knows something will decide to humor me and take on this
> task - it would mean a lot to me and i'm sure i speak for other new
> folks!  :)
>
hear, hear. well, a few people have been wondering about my reference to
sy's origins, so i suppose i should clarify. amy did, indeed, write secure
yourself when her cat died. i don't remember where i read this, exactly,
but it is probably documented somewhere in the lifeblood archives -- which,
btw, is a great place to find background material on any ig song or any
other aspect of the ig.
kirsten


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subject:      sotw: secure yourself

greetings from the damp valley!  it has been raining here in the
shennandoah (va) for the last four days, and last night it decided to
really let loose.  classes have been canceled at my university, and
they are open for just about anything!  anyway, here's my
interpretation of secure yourself:

in the ink of an eye i saw you bleed,
  (i could see through my tears that you were dying)
through the thunder i could hear you scream,
  (i could hear your cries over the pounding of my heart)
solid to the air i breathe,
  (it is hard for me to breathe now)
open-eyed and fast asleep.
  (your eyes are open, but you are not aware of what is around you)
falling softly as the rain;  <-- not like the stuff we're getting now!
  (your life is fading away)
no footseps ringing in your ears.
  (you can't hear the people coming to save you)
ragged down worn to the skin,
  (emotionally and physically weary)
warrior raging, have no fear.
  (anguished soul, do not be afraid)

secure yourself to heaven.
  (turn to faith in god)
hold on tight the night has come.
  (stick with it because it's going to get rough)
fasten up your earthly burdens,
  (give up your concerns and worries)
you have just begun.
  (the end of life is the begining of new life)

kneeling down with broken prayers,
  (praying with great difficulty)
hearts and bones from days of youth,
  (perhaps refering to the "sticks and stones and broken bones" of
   our past that we carry with us)
restless with an angel's wing,
  (you are ready to die now)
i dig a grave to bury you.
  (i will take care of things when you are gone)
no feet to fall,
  (you can't fall any further)
you need no ground.
  (you don't need a place to stand)
allowed to glide right through the sun,
  (you can go anywhere)
released from circles guarded tight,
  (your spirit is released from the bounds of your body)
now we all are chosen ones.
  (now we are children of god)

i tend to take this song in a religious context since that is where i
am comming from anyway.  i had not really thought about the lyrics in
depth until last night when i was working on my interpretation (yes,
instead of my physics assignment - but class was canceled -
whoo-hoo!).  it seems that amy is writing about death, or at least
that's what i noticed as i looked deeper.  death, and what to do
about death, since it is inevitable.  not exactly the kind of song
you'd find on pop radio, but then, neither are the girls, and we love
them more for it! :)

anna

"lord, what fools these mortals be." - puck

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subject:      license plates

how about......

10kwars

roxy

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subject:      hello everyone

hi everyone!  i'm new to his listing, so i thought i'd introduce
myself.  my name is cecile, i live in santa cruz, have my master's
in cultural anthropology, and just recently returned from a year of
fieldwork in manila, philippines.  i'm currently working as a
computer programmer/software developer for a small start-up
consultation business my father just set up.

i'm really looking forward to hearing the posts on this list.  i
haven't really had a chance to see what kinds of threads are
posted, but i'm sure they'll be interesting.

cecile

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date:         fri, 6 sep 1996 10:25:39 -0700
reply-to:     kimberly hobbs <kimlin@vcn.bc.ca>
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from:         kimberly hobbs <kimlin@vcn.bc.ca>
subject:      re: sotw: secure yourself and cats
x-to:         chickensoprano <creechal@aslan.emu.edu>
in-reply-to:  <135c265031a@aslan.emu.edu>

on fri, 6 sep 1996, chickensoprano wrote:

hi deep valley, there has been a thread going about that amy wrote this
song when her cat died. i think your interpretation is *on*, it *is*
about death, and not specifically a cat's death. the way amy sings this
song is a metaphor also, a soothing reassuring tone, we all know she has
serious death and dying issues, this song is her way of trying to cope.
i wrote more poetry when my rabbit died than at any other time,
seriously! i wonder how amy is doing right now, under the present
circumstances....may god be with her. kim in n. vancouver

greetings from the damp valley!  it has been raining here in the
> shennandoah (va) for the last four days, and last night it decided to
> really let loose.  classes have been canceled at my university, and
> they are open for just about anything!  anyway, here's my
> interpretation of secure yourself:
>
> in the ink of an eye i saw you bleed,
>   (i could see through my tears that you were dying)
> through the thunder i could hear you scream,
>   (i could hear your cries over the pounding of my heart)
> solid to the air i breathe,
>   (it is hard for me to breathe now)
> open-eyed and fast asleep.
>   (your eyes are open, but you are not aware of what is around you)
> falling softly as the rain;  <-- not like the stuff we're getting now!
>   (your life is fading away)
> no footseps ringing in your ears.
>   (you can't hear the people coming to save you)
> ragged down worn to the skin,
>   (emotionally and physically weary)
> warrior raging, have no fear.
>   (anguished soul, do not be afraid)
>
> secure yourself to heaven.
>   (turn to faith in god)
> hold on tight the night has come.
>   (stick with it because it's going to get rough)
> fasten up your earthly burdens,
>   (give up your concerns and worries)
> you have just begun.
>   (the end of life is the begining of new life)
>
> kneeling down with broken prayers,
>   (praying with great difficulty)
> hearts and bones from days of youth,
>   (perhaps refering to the "sticks and stones and broken bones" of
>    our past that we carry with us)
> restless with an angel's wing,
>   (you are ready to die now)
> i dig a grave to bury you.
>   (i will take care of things when you are gone)
> no feet to fall,
>   (you can't fall any further)
> you need no ground.
>   (you don't need a place to stand)
> allowed to glide right through the sun,
>   (you can go anywhere)
> released from circles guarded tight,
>   (your spirit is released from the bounds of your body)
> now we all are chosen ones.
>   (now we are children of god)
>
> i tend to take this song in a religious context since that is where i
> am comming from anyway.  i had not really thought about the lyrics in
> depth until last night when i was working on my interpretation (yes,
> instead of my physics assignment - but class was canceled -
> whoo-hoo!).  it seems that amy is writing about death, or at least
> that's what i noticed as i looked deeper.  death, and what to do
> about death, since it is inevitable.  not exactly the kind of song
> you'd find on pop radio, but then, neither are the girls, and we love
> them more for it! :)
>
> anna
>
> "lord, what fools these mortals be." - puck
>
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date:         fri, 6 sep 1996 10:13:18 -0700
reply-to:     kimberly hobbs <kimlin@vcn.bc.ca>
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from:         kimberly hobbs <kimlin@vcn.bc.ca>
subject:      re: upset amy in seattle
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in-reply-to:  <01bb9bc8.0e6846e0@default>

on fri, 6 sep 1996, candice gohn wrote:
dear candice, you mentioned suspecting amy was upset about something. she=
=20
had just flown in from atlanta fifteen minutes before the show because=20
there was a death in her family. i was there too.bye --kim in north vancouv=
er

> hey ya'll...after sixteen seperate tries to get on this damn newsline, fi=
nally my comp has decided to serve me truly and allow my to hook up.  techn=
ology leaves me stunned.  constantly.  makes me want to run into the sky an=
d never look back.  anyway, all of this is a rather long lead in to nothing=
in particular.  i juat saw the girls in seattle, for the first time since =
jcs at the pier last summer.  i've heard some people say that they didn't l=
ike the atmosphere cause there were too many non-indigo fans there, but i w=
as up in front where all the hard cores were, so i didn't have that problem=
.  i've yet to go to a show of theirs where they didn't give 100% (even whe=
n they're playing in front of 10,000 more people than they expected to).  a=
my did a dynamic improv in the middle of chickenman.  she seemed really ups=
et about something, but i'm not sure if i was the only person who could tel=
l.  it didn't effect her performance in the slightest.  great new songs.  c=
an't wait for the album.
> anyway, good to be here.  see ya'll...
>=20
> birds above sense my ressurection
> call out to me
> tilt you wings like this
> and rise.....
>=20
> greta gohn
> cgohn@olympus.net
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reply-to:     deborah alexander/jmc2000 <alexand6@jeflin.tju.edu>
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from:         deborah alexander/jmc2000 <alexand6@jeflin.tju.edu>
subject:      re: a suggestion re: sotw
x-to:         kirsten chevalier <kirsten@spike.wellesley.edu>
in-reply-to:  <9609061511.aa09166@spike.wellesley.edu>

on fri, 6 sep 1996, kirsten chevalier wrote:
> >
> hear, hear. well, a few people have been wondering about my reference to
> sy's origins, so i suppose i should clarify. amy did, indeed, write secure
> yourself when her cat died. i don't remember where i read this, exactly,
> but it is probably documented somewhere in the lifeblood archives -- which,
> btw, is a great place to find background material on any ig song or any
> other aspect of the ig.
> kirsten
>

thanks, kirsten -- could you (or someone) tell me where to find the
lifeblood archives, then?  sounds like they'd make some interesting
reading!


deb a.
alexand6@jeflin.tju.edu

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date:         fri, 6 sep 1996 13:11:22 -0500
reply-to:     twb@zycor.lgc.com
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from:         trant batey <twb@zycor.lgc.com>
subject:      nigc - ksca cd set list

i know some of you need to know this, and i don't have your personal emails.


ksca list of artist,

joan osborne:           st. teresa
john mayall:            ain't no brakeman
michelle shocked:       come a long way
warren zevon:           lawyers, guns, and money
grant lee bufflo:       honey don't think
dog's eye view:         everything falls apart
lisa loeb:              stay
john hiatt:             cry love
bruce hornsby:          the valley road
jill sobule:            i kissed a girl
mathew sweet:           we're the same
indigo girls:           reunion
boxing gandhis:         if you love me (why am i dyin')
the badless:            fear of falling
joan armatrading:       shapes and sizes
dillon o'brian:         my father's son
wild colonoals:         spark
timbuk 3:               the futures so bright i gotta wear shades

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subject:      mr e

thank you for everyone who informed me that mr e is mystery.  it seems so
obvious now.  love sundara

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subject:      re: a suggestion re: sotw
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              "deborah alexander/jmc2000" at sep 6, 96 1:43 pm

>
> thanks, kirsten -- could you (or someone) tell me where to find the
> lifeblood archives, then?  sounds like they'd make some interesting
> reading!
>
well, of course...i should have done that in the first place. point your web
browser at http://www.hidwater.com/lifeblood/ig.html
happy reading! =)
kirsten


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http://wilbur.wellesley.edu/n-z/t1kchevalier/t1kchevalier.html

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from:         amy krisko <kriskoam@saber.udayton.edu>
subject:      sorry...

just wanted to say sorr to anyone i offended after posting 'bout
amy's sister after some people decided the thread was too personal...
i hadn't read all my email yet and didn't realize.  so, my bad..i was
a naughty girl!  havee a swell friday!

amy k

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subject:      mtn. stage release cd

i heard from a friend the mountain stage cd (featuring ig) release was
pushed back a couple of weeks. (it's on blue plate records).

as to where to find it: try best buy - i've see mtn. stage cds there.


nancy humphries
nancy@rbdc.rbdc.com

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date:         fri, 6 sep 1996 17:32:36 -0500
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subject:      license plates

okay, somebody probably already thought of this and i missed it, but
here's my 2 cents worth:

        onlyjokn
        trchsgam

i think we're allowed 8 letters in texas...

cyndi

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from:         susan tomlinson <teddie@telepath.com>
subject:      sotw

howdy all!

i am not sure if we are still on secure yourself, but here goes anyway! =
on the honor 1 cd, there is a track by joy harjo and poetic justice, in =
which joy reads a poem. part of the words are "i never had the words to =
carry a friend from her death to the stars correctly."=20

this, to me, is what secure yourself is about - a prayer, the beginning =
of a new journey - the words to send a friend from death to the stars, =
and call me biased, but to me, amy's words here are more than "correct", =
they are perfect!

peace,

jocelyn (who is writing this uncensored because susan is sick in bed, =
asleep - i have the whole computer all to myself!!)

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reply-to:     susan tomlinson <teddie@telepath.com>
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from:         susan tomlinson <teddie@telepath.com>
subject:      honor the earth action

hello, all! =20

please forgive us for sending a mass message, but this is an important =
issue. as for posting it to the list, i don't believe this has been =
addressed yet and we would really appreciate it if everyone took the =
time to do this. the interior text is taken directly from the postcard =
mailer inside the honor 1 cd. also, if anyone knows an e-mail address =
for bruce babbitt, sec. of the interior, please let us know. and if you =
haven't bought honor 1 yet, it is an incredible cd - ulali and reversing =
hour tracks, esp - (oh, of course ig's blood quantum - fantastic!) =
enough preaching, and thanks again.

peace,
susan and jocelyn


to participate:
1. e-mail this message, exactly as is,  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 and inside the message.  the white =
house tosses e-messages with
    no street address.

5.  in the subject line, write repeal salvage rider.

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 repeal salvage rider.  it would be too =
much to ignore

we can and will make a difference in 1996!!!
_____________________________________________________________________


date

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

dear mr. president:

i, (fill in your name here), urge you to repeal the salvage rider now. i =
support the klamath tribe of oregon, the zuni tribe of new mexico and =
the yurok tribe of california that are fighting to protect their sacred =
lands and to stop further destruction of the forests and endangered =
wildlife. each day that passes, more old growth forests are being =

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date:         fri, 6 sep 1996 18:15:52 -0500
reply-to:     deb reiser <debbie@mei.com>
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from:         deb reiser <debbie@mei.com>
subject:      t-shirt orders - final list

here is the final list of who's getting a t-shirt. please verify that all
info is correct. if you sent me an order and you don't see your name on
either of the lists, please let me know right away.

for those of you who are on the "orders coming" list you must get your
money to me. i need the money in order to place the order. the postal
service has been great; i have gotten orders from as far away as texas and
new york in two days. so, there should be no reason why i shouldn't have
all orders in my hands by tuesday. as  i receive those orders i will update
the list.

thanks again to all who ordered. between this order and the one earlier
this summer we sold 317 shirts! your response has been super.

deb

orders received
--------------------
lori collins (1) xxl
lisa vartanica (1) l
amy putnam (1) xl
jan stevens (2) xl
joan ferguson (1) l (changed from xl)
lorinda wright (3) l
michele henkel (1) l
elizabeth lytle (1) l
sarah scilley (1) xl
paula laine (1) xxl
sara bailey (2) xl
dana warnez (1) xl
anna whipkey (1) xl
shelley moore (1) xl
holmes hummel (1) xl
jenny korn (1) l
anne haines (1) xl
amy tryon (1) l
gregg baird (1) xl
heidi lloyd (1) l
irene bruce (1) l
julie naughton (1) xl
ali kenney (1) l
amy vorpagel (1) l
sundara murphy (1) l
karra baron (1) xl
shannon datwyler (1) xxl
sheila fagan (2) xl (1) l
kathy brown (1) xxl (1) xl
dwayne jarrell (1) xl
tamara mizell (1) xl
maureen hatch (1) xl
alec heller (1) xxl
lori  levy (1) l
holly van remmen (1) xl
emily monteer (1) l
abigail lank (1) xl

total so far: 44

orders coming
------------------
gail anthony (1) xl
i-girl (1) l
tracy brown (1) l
kimberly hobbs (1) xl
joann melnik (1) xxl
nancy johnson (1) xl
trant batey (1) xl
kendra elliott (1) xxl
betsy bertiaux (2) l
jo norvelle walker (1) xl
heather coughlin (1) xl
pj battaglino (1) xl
cindy katz (1) xxl
suzi steffen (1) l (3) xl (1) xxl
magie poulos (1) l
ben <verdi@imap2.asu.edu> (1) xl
kay <stu_kaswenne@jmu.edu> (1) xl
marcia <mlc123@aol.com> (1) l
susan tomlinson (2) xxl
anne holderried (1) xl
phil dean (1) l
lynn cardamone (2) xxl (changed from xl)
maria veneziano (1) xl
elizabeth baird (1) l
steve shapir (1) xl
elise (1) xl
melissa gordon (1) xxl
janet fitch (1) xl
pj harris (1) l
tina wong (2) xl
sarah (4) l
kathy miller (1) xl
dave ecoff (1) xl
january simpson (1) xxl
carol jones (1) xl

46 orders coming, making for a grand total of 90 shirts!

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reply-to:     martine o'keeffe <martine@aracnet.com>
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from:         martine o'keeffe <martine@aracnet.com>
subject:      ig platinum status mention...
in-reply-to:  <01bb9c1d.4d8ea800@zoom2113.telepath.com>

hey there --

in today's paper, there was mention of the september record sales report
from the recording industry association of america, and new platinum
statuses for different groups.

ig were mentioned as being "acts with new platinum plaques in their
study."

any ideas as to what release they are refering to?  rop? n*i*s?


martine


ps. on another note, ani's playing the roseland oct. 29th. tickets went on
sale this morning. best to get them quickly.

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from:         candice gohn <cgohn@olympus.net>

back once again...
        just adding responses to all the posts i've gotten within the past day =
or so...
        i was at the daemon records showcase at bumbershoot and heard that amy =
had a death in the family....how she could have done kid fears that =
night without breaking is beyond me...an amazingly strong woman.  =
outwardly in any case.
         secure yourself interpretations; when i hear amy's songs i tend to
close my eyes and take the emotions as they come.  they are not =
something that i could or would want to duplicate.  analyzation makes =
things less powerful to me (although i did enjoy seeing what you all =
thought of the lyrics).  the song (as amy says on 1200 curfews) makes me =
want to jump off a cliff into oblivion.  i wouldn't want to break that =
amazing spell.

by the way....my sister is candice, i'm greta...i'll sign my names to =
all posts to avoid any confusion.

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organization: eastern mennonite university
subject:      license plates - oh, no, not another one!

3 hits  <-- not necessarily a good one for a car...
jns&ezkl
luvcm2u
nevrstop  <-- fuzz buster required with this car...
ice cold
wolfe <-- virginia residents only

um, that's all i can think of right now.  maybe if i had a car to put
a vanity plate on, i would be more creative.

anna

"lord, what fools these mortals be." - puck

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from:         laura rice <lrice@brynmawr.edu>
subject:      stupid former member

hello,
i'm an old member who has a new account at school, but for some reason i
can't find the address to resubscribe,  so.... the thing that everyone
hates, could some kind soul please send me the address?
thanks, and i'm sorry for the space that this takes up, i know it makes a
lot of you angry.
laura rice

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from:         "p.j. harris" <pjhoopie@aol.com>
subject:      what am i new?

hello,

i am very new to the list. would love to exchange e-mail with others so
please write.  been reading for a couple of days.  nice to know i am not
alone in my admiration for ig.  been playing guitar for about a year.

i live in seattle.  i am trying to recover from bumpershoot.  the moon will
never look the same.  i was in the second row.  saw lots of list t-shirts.
my pictures didn't turn out :(   so nice to hear everyone's experiences from
the show.

if anyone has old (pre-sf lp) ig, es, ar recordings please let me know.  i
would love to hear more of ballad of squeaky fromme than is on watershed
video.

thanks alot and many blessings
pj

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subject:      honor the earth (repost)

hello, all! =20

please forgive us for sending a mass message (and the repost - hopefully =
the bottom of the message won't be cut off this time), but this is an =
important issue. as for posting it to the list, i don't believe this has =
been addressed yet and we would really appreciate it if everyone took =
the time to do this. the interior text is taken directly from the =
postcard mailer inside the honor 1 cd. also, if anyone knows an e-mail =
address for bruce babbitt, sec. of the interior, please let us know. and =
if you haven't bought honor 1 yet, it is an incredible cd - ulali and =
reversing hour tracks, esp - (oh, of course ig's blood quantum - =
fantastic!) enough preaching, and thanks again.

peace,
susan and jocelyn


to participate:
1. e-mail this message, exactly as is,  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 and inside the message.  the white =
house tosses e-messages with
    no street address.

5.  in the subject line, write repeal salvage rider.

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 repeal salvage rider.  it would be too =
much to ignore

we can and will make a difference in 1996!!!
_____________________________________________________________________


date

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

dear mr. president:

i, (fill in your name here), urge you to repeal the salvage rider now. i =
support the klamath tribe of oregon, the zuni tribe of new mexico and =
the yurok tribe of california that are fighting to protect their sacred =
lands and to stop further destruction of the forests and endangered =
wildlife. each day that passes, more old growth forests are being =
destroyed by uncontrolled logging. i demand you stop this lawless =
logging now and create legislation that permanently protects indigenous =
sacred lands.

sincerely,

your name
your street address
your city, state and zip code

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date:         fri, 6 sep 1996 20:09:50 -0400
reply-to:     tiffany <slugger@prolog.net>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         tiffany <slugger@prolog.net>
subject:      squeaky

ok... i am suddenly feeling a wave of stupidity come over me. can someone
puh-lease tell me what the ballad of squeaky fromme is??? all i heard was
the short clip on the watershed video, and i know nothing more.  whats it
about, where can i hear it?

thanks!
tiff--clueless again

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date:         fri, 6 sep 1996 18:20:51 -0600
reply-to:     corinne simpson <corinne@utah-inter.net>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         corinne simpson <corinne@utah-inter.net>
subject:      ig on dwight's cd...

i just heard that the girls contributed backup vocals to dwight yoakem's
1990 cd, "if there was a way."  i happen to own that cd from my days as a
country fan (i can't believe i just admitted that) and i whipped it out and
put it in and listened and listened and listened, but couldn't hear the
precious girls.  they _are_ listed in the credits... does anyone know which
song they sing on?  i'd be ever so grateful... i could stop listening to
dwight!  oh, help your old pal corinne.

your pally-
corinne

ps get well cynthia, who caught my cold from the other side of the country.
that was pretty sly, honey...  ;-)

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date:         fri, 6 sep 1996 17:40:03 -0700
reply-to:     kathy miller <kmiller@accessone.com>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         kathy miller <kmiller@accessone.com>
organization: van waters & rogers
subject:      blue food?

the lifeblood lyrics page lists an album from 1985, called 'blue food',
but i find no mention of this anywhere else in the lifeblood site (and i
just spent my afternoon reading all the lifeblood articles, not to find
blue moon but because it was my first time to the site & i just couldn't
help myself).  anyway, can anybody fill me in on blue food - is it
available, if so how/where, etc etc...?  ditto for their '85 ep, and for
amy's alleged solo cd, 'color me grey', neither of which i'd heard of
before today.

thank!
kathy

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date:         fri, 6 sep 1996 17:44:40 -0700
reply-to:     kathy miller <kmiller@accessone.com>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         kathy miller <kmiller@accessone.com>
organization: van waters & rogers
subject:      re: ig on dwight's cd...

corinne simpson wrote:
>
> i just heard that the girls contributed backup vocals to dwight yoakem's
> 1990 cd, "if there was a way."  i happen to own that cd from my days as a
> country fan (i can't believe i just admitted that) and i whipped it out and
> put it in and listened and listened and listened, but couldn't hear the
> precious girls.  they _are_ listed in the credits... does anyone know which
> song they sing on?  i'd be ever so grateful... i could stop listening to
> dwight!  oh, help your old pal corinne.
>
> your pally-
> corinne

yup, thanks to the fact that i just spent 4 hours lost in the lifeblood articles,
i do remember a blurb about this - the song is "dangerous man". can't remember
the name of the album, but am assuming it's the one you have.

kathy

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date:         fri, 6 sep 1996 19:59:57 -0500
reply-to:     cyndigo@txdirect.net
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from:         cyndi johnson <cyndigo@txdirect.net>
organization: fast fingers
subject:      license plates

unfortunately i've missed a lot of the creative potential license
plates my clever co-listees have come up with.  has anyone out there
been keeping a list of them as they've been submitted, so we can see all
of them in one place?  sorry i wasn't keeping up myself...

cyndi

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from:         deb <indigo@clark.net>
subject:      re: nigc- vega is a mommy!
in-reply-to:  <960904231513_516176832@emout17.mail.aol.com>

on wed, 4 sep 1996 danaw1208@aol.com wrote:

> just a quick question,  did everyone know that
> suzanne vega recently just had a baby and got married??

she married producer mitchell froom years ago... i think she met him when he
produced 99.1f.  ruby should be a year or two old by now... new album will be
out later this month.  check the link to the list of musical mailing lists on
my music page for info on her list.

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from:         candice gohn <cgohn@olympus.net>

p.j.--a first row victim i am...that night was one of the best and most =
tramatic of my life.  that music breaks me.  i won't go into it.  great =
show though...i probably saw you there.=20
deb--did someone say tee-shirts?  details please...
kristina--we were right next to each other at the concert.  i was in the =
front next to amy too...i was at the daemon show.  stregth (outer in any =
case) in those women are amazing.

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reply-to:     "kim + heather, resident goddesses" <rcn@prcn.org>
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from:         "kim + heather, resident goddesses" <rcn@prcn.org>
subject:      re: bumbershoot starter page

at 01:41 am 9/6/96 -0400, binky wrote:
>hi gang !
>after working my fingers to bloody nubs, i've uploaded a
>teeny liitle glimpse of bumbershoot....... it took forever :p
>so anyway it's only got one picture of amy from saturday

did anyone else check this out??? i did + think it looks great for a start...
check it out all... don't let the binkster's loss of digital apendages all be
for naught :)
( love the shot of amy... but then, i love all things amy:-) )
peace all... kim ( the weird one, far north of north vancouver ):-)
<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
      <just kim>rcn@prcn.org
"pain from pearls-hey little girl-
     how much have you grown?"
---------------amy ray------------------
<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>

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on sep 06, 1996 17:32:36, 'cyndi johnson <cyndigo@txdirect.net>' wrote:


>trchsgam

i'm stupid and i don't get this one, but i'm used to saying that...  the
last three letters gave me one... probably the same one and i'm just going
stupider....  how's crzygame?

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from:         cyndi johnson <cyndigo@txdirect.net>
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subject:      re: license plates

alec heller wrote:
>
> on sep 06, 1996 17:32:36, 'cyndi johnson <cyndigo@txdirect.net>' wrote:
>
>
> >trchsgam
>
> i'm stupid and i don't get this one, but i'm used to saying that...  the
> last three letters gave me one... probably the same one and i'm just going
> stupider....  how's crzygame?

okay, maybe i'm reaching a bit, but it's "treacherous game," as in "it's
all such a --"

cyndi

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date:         fri, 6 sep 1996 23:45:56 -0400
reply-to:     mmedido@aol.com
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from:         mmedido@aol.com
subject:      woops ! wrong url !!

i was a tad confused when i posted the url to my
starter bumbershoot page,,,, ;)
it's really;

       http://members.aol.com/mmedido/bum.htm

pay no attention to the files behind the curtain ! ;)
i really want to add to it right now...but i'm paying for taking time
off for bumbershoot and must work 13 hours a day for a few days :(
(my heart is just not in it :(
plus.. i just have to share that i almost broke my neck today at work !!
(at least it felt like it !) i was traversing a very steep slope(70-80%)
and stepped into a mountain beaver burrow and was pitched
head first down the hill !!!! :( i actually landed on my head and as i
felt the weight of my body descend onto my head and neck,
which caused my neck to twist in a scary way, i thought...
"uh oh.....this is bad." all of a sudden i stopped ! i just know
it was my guardian angel ! (it's not the first time she's saved my butt !)

whew ! shook me the hell up ! my neck and upper back are very
sore and i think i should lie down now...i know i owe some emails
to folks but i can't do it right now......must lie down...eh !
bye !
binky
"uh oh.....this is bad....."
(binky)

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