lifeblood: listlogs: 1997-03c


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date:         sat, 15 mar 1997 00:05:02 -0500
reply-to:     chris talbot <talbotc@umich.edu>
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from:         chris talbot <talbotc@umich.edu>
subject:      in search of a tori bootleg
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hi kiddies!  does anyone have a copy of why can't tori read (all
disheveled and misspelled) that they wanna trade me?  i have lots of ig
bootlegs, but only like 3 tori bootlegs.

thanks a million!  you guys make me all teary . . .

chris ii

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date:         sat, 15 mar 1997 00:17:42 -0500
reply-to:     lori brinkman <lorbrink@iaw.com>
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aaaarrrrgggghhhh!  sorry (flame proof protection on) but i can't possibly
continue to scroll through 8 digests in one day!!!!  i love you guys but
puhleeezzee limit your sigs to a couple of lines!  and please do not repost
entire messages again when responding to them!  and please someone fix the
dead letter problem - we digest members can't delete and i can't take it
anymore!!!!!

lori
cranky that march break is almost over.=(


"she's a sad tomato.  she's three miles of bad road."
                                            rem

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date:         sat, 15 mar 1997 02:40:20 -0800
reply-to:     "william r. norris iii" <wnorris@slc.edu>
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automatic digest processor wrote:
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> date:    fri, 14 mar 1997 22:39:30 -0500
> from:    michael reynolds <asl@umcs.maine.edu>
> subject: re: ellen's coming out (nigc)
>
> ellen is coming out to a opera?? is it by verdi?

sorry joan and kristen, but i think this has to be the funny post o'the
day.  thanks for a lol mike, i needed it...

peace,
bill


> mike r.

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date:         sat, 15 mar 1997 02:43:07 -0800
reply-to:     "william r. norris iii" <wnorris@slc.edu>
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well, it appears as if i may be headed to hofstra on sunday night, and i
have a huge request...if anyone out there in list land could mail me
privately with precise directions from the throgsneck or the whitestone
bridge, i'd be much obliged.  keep in mind that i frequently get lost
going from my bedroom to the bathroom and the most lost i've ever been in
my life is coming home from a show at the nassau col...

peace and much thanks if anyone can help,
bill

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date:         sat, 15 mar 1997 02:18:39 pst
reply-to:     "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
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from:         "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
subject:      re: emily day!!!

i noticed the same thing.  "emily day" was a nice crusade, but e without
a is like day without night. they're a perfect complement to each other.
when they break up, would they go solo, and would it ever be the
same?????
sniffle, sniffle....  :(    well, i just have to pick myself up and say
that, today and as far as
i can see into the future, every day is an a&e day, and my life is so
much fuller
for it!!


on thu, 13 mar 1997 14:13:31 +0000 john bond <bonj1_95@worc.ac.uk>
writes:
>yes, it's thursday so it must be emily day!! i've been listening to
>"4.5" this morning - only the emily stuff, and i realised how
>perfect a and e go together (i know - everybody knows that - but it
>just struck me really hard today).

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date:         sat, 15 mar 1997 11:19:30 +0200
reply-to:     sussi & pat <sussipat@post4.tele.dk>
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hi. i'm an american in dk and i'm having ig withdrawal cuz we get no
info here. anyone who wants to give me a fix should email me privately.
i'd really appreciate it. thanks y'all. pat.

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date:         sat, 15 mar 1997 07:13:48 -0500
reply-to:     "joan m. cyr" <jcyr@mit.edu>
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from:         "joan m. cyr" <jcyr@mit.edu>
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at 02:40 am 3/15/97 -0800, william r. norris iii wrote:
(mike wrote)
>> ellen is coming out to a opera?? is it by verdi?
>
>sorry joan and kristen, but i think this has to be the funny post o'the
>day.  thanks for a lol mike, i needed it...

bill, i have to say that i think it was a close second....jmho.  i lol at
kirstens longer and harder 'cuz it made sense the first time i read it... i
had to stop, go back, and read mikes post twice since it was grammatically
incorrect! it should have been an opera...or just opera...tee heee
heee....ok, everybody slap me!  hehehehe  ;o)

joni  :o) (who's feeling just a tad wise today, since she's getting excited
to see ani for the first time tonite with someone special....  ;o)

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date:         sat, 15 mar 1997 20:56:45 +0800
reply-to:     glee <b3102097@cc.ntu.edu.tw>
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hallo indigo folks,
do any of you know if there's an joan osborne list out there?!?! she's
probably my favorite at the momemnt...ah it's crazy but i keep pictureing
joan singing "chickenman" und "jonas & ezekial"...
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in an elevator somewhere in some building in some country minghan is
going up when the elevator door opens and amy and emily walk in.

minghan: (lowly quietly deliberately) ...o the fear i've known...that i
might reap the praise of strangers and end up on my own......

emily: (lights up) hey that's our song!

minghan: (acting surprised) wow really! is this one too? (goes on to
sing keeper of my heart)

amy: (lights up) yeah that's ours also!

amy and emily and minghan become best friends; amy and emily teach
minghan guitar, and minghan teaches them chinese.
the end

minghan:)

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date:         sat, 15 mar 1997 09:23:20 -0500
reply-to:     deb odonoghue <doobie@student.umass.edu>
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from:         deb odonoghue <doobie@student.umass.edu>
subject:      need directions to hofstra....
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hello all in indigo land!

i know this is a little late, but i need directions to the hofstra show.
i am going to be driving down now and have never really driven in the
city, just through it.  i pretty much know to go down 91s from ma and
thru ct, but the rest is a big guess.  if someone could help me out
that would be cool.  also does anyone know of a cheap place to stay
overnite, either sat or sun pm?  thanks a lot.

take care and peace!

-deb

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date:         sat, 15 mar 1997 09:13:22 est
reply-to:     oh susanna <oh.susanna@dartmouth.edu>
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from:         "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
subject:      atlanta magazine?

helloooooo beef jerkies!

okay, so i need the skinny on this atlanta magazine. is it , like, a music mag
or is it one of those stoopid "eat where the famous folks eat, and look at
houses you'll never be able to afford to live in" dealies?

i guess my *real* question is, is there a publication that covers the atlanta
music scene, and if so, what's it called? how do ya get it?

thanky,
susanna of the 10k cheeses

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date:         sat, 15 mar 1997 10:49:32 -0500
reply-to:     jonny wu <wuman@warwick.net>
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hey everyone,

        i was just wondering what time you guys were all getting there
tommorrow.  i wasn't planning on going too early, but after hearing how
early the mhc concert goers got there, i'm not sure how early i should
get there.
        hey jen......i hope your party is a big success.  i wish i could be
there.

                                totally psyched for hofstra,

                                                jonny
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                  "all the shiny little trinkets of temptation
                   something new instead of something old, all
                   you gotta do is scratch beneath the surface
                   and it's fools gold....."
                                                     - emily saliers

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date:         sat, 15 mar 1997 11:06:23 -0500
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from:         mary kushman <physics4me@aol.com>
subject:      duke?  yes, no, maybe?

i don't mean to keep harping on this subject, but has anyone heard anything
new about the possible concert at duke?  haven't seen anything on the net, or
anywhere else...

thank y'all for your patience.

mary

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date:         sat, 15 mar 1997 11:20:57 -0500
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from:         courtney reeve <courtchea@aol.com>
subject:      re: venting in dc

apparently tix for the au show in dc are given out (as in for free) to au
students, because it is their spring concert, and then after they get all the
tix they want, the left-overs are sold to the public.  first of all, what are
the chances that there will be any left over??  secondly, people will be
snagging tix left and right--some people who probably aren't even that
interested and who may end up not going.  i'm still trying to get someone to
snag tix for me!  like all of us, i guess.  but i agree, that's ridiculous
about the birchmere.  hfs sucks, and now i have to listen in order to try to
win tix...??  not fair!

court
who is done venting now

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date:         sat, 15 mar 1997 09:38:54 -0800
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subject:      hey!  did we have anything to do with this? igc
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whoa y'all...

so i'm up too early in the morning, slurping my coffee, watching it snow (yes...snow), and surfin' the great new page that web goddess audrey set up. ...and, --what the hell--, there's a link to the epic site (which i periodically try to connect to and end up getting furious with, 'cause they have virtually no support, and...ahem...anyway..).  so i get there, expecting nothing new...don't get excited, there really isn't much anything new...but i do see that ig is scheduled to play rosie soon (hey....you folks think that our letters had anything to do with that?).  which is great, 'cause i'm wild about hearing 'em do a duet with her about kissing and mouthwash.  ...okay, so if you watch the show, you'll know what i'm talking about.

ugh.  that caffeine obviously hasn't sunk in yet.

blah blah blah...
i'll go now.

...i slipped into a cafeeeee, downed five coffee shots and a latteeee....
espresso man espresso man espresso man hold my hand...

okay.  so i won't quit my day job.
greta

"one day we're all gonna show up at sound check, and amy's not gonna be there.  she's gonna be livin' in a cave."    -e. saliers

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date:         sat, 15 mar 1997 11:41:02 -0600
reply-to:     tracy fears <salray@webtv.net>
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i was on my net channel last night, where i can post pictures of the
indigo girls next to my nickname (which is why i'm looking for that one
with amy and emily on the pier...) and i got to talking with a buddy of
mine that works at an am radio station there...she said they play
positive music, so i told her about the indigo girls, told her about
their upcoming new release, and she said she'd look into it and
appreciated any help...so i told her i would tell it to the list....if
you have any song ideas (and live in the san antonio area) tune into am
1310....that's the station...or call them up if there's a number in the
phone book.

"tell me all your thoughts on god cause i'd really like to meet her. ask her why we're who we are..."-dishwala "counting blue cars"
"ow!!! ow!!! ow!!! hehehehe" -a. ray
(watershed video)
"i don't know your name...but i want to be your lover....(ooo hooooo)" e. saliers

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date:         sat, 15 mar 1997 11:45:45 -0600
reply-to:     leah beth kaplan <indigirl@ix.netcom.com>
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from:         leah beth kaplan <indigirl@ix.netcom.com>
subject:      (nigc) my ig lyric contest lyrics... (please read them!)

i needed some feedback on my ig scholastic contest lyrics, and who
knows lyrics better then the list.  so i would really appreciate it if
you could read this and tell me what needs work and stuff (it's still a
very rough copy)...

        fire singer

i dig my hands in the soil.
earthly scents mingle with the stale coffee still
    embedded in my hair
tears glide down my face and reach my hands.
lying beside me is a photograph.

cross and snake immortalized on their quilts;
like their faces
immortalized on a photographers film,
to be immortalized on newspapers
in countries
where apocalypse has no home.

in a place
where the living are dead
and the dead are forgotton
there is only cross and snake.

i sooth myself and in a feeble attempt,
my calloused hands dig a trench with which to fill half my tears.
only half of my tears mingle with the soil
half my fears well inside of me
to keep me strong and make me remember.

sitting in a chair at my desk
my paper is illuminated by a single candle's glow
which dances over my eyes
in a grand waltz of mockery.
written on my paper is the story of the struggle
which i came here by.
written is the struggle which brews within me
when i lay my eyes upon
or open my ears to
or touch the flaming skin
of the oppressed.

thanks a lot y'all, i especially would like to find a better word than
oppressed.  please send me feedback!
    leah

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date:         sat, 15 mar 1997 12:21:54 -0600
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subject:      directions to ft. worth concert
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hey all,

i'm waiting patiently till monday to get tickets to see ig in ft.
worth, i know how to get there from lubbock but i don't know how to get
to wrc once i'm in ft. worth... any help would be be appreciated and in
turn i will name my first born after you....thanks in advance....stay
happy :)

recycle religion...it's been done before,
nanzajellybean

"your actions will follow you full circle round"  - _center stage_ by amy ray

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date:         sat, 15 mar 1997 13:48:54 -0500
reply-to:     42nat1 <mmgst11+@pitt.edu>
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hey ya'll,

i was hoping i wouldn't have to post this sort of info request to the
whole list, but, alas, here i go:  ok, i called penn state today and a
person at the bryce jordan center told me that tickets had gone on sale
already, but i'd have to call there on monday, when they would be open
next.  maybe i missed it, but i didn't see anyone post to the list that
such was the case.  so my questions (directed primarily to those at
penn state) 1st: have tickets gone on sale?  2nd: are the tickets only
available to penn state students? and 3rd: is the show general admission?
i called penn state last saturday and was told that the show wasn't
confirmed as of then.  now i hear tickets are on sale, but i can't get any
yet, if at all (i fear).  could someone at penn state, who has a better
access to this information please let me/others know what the situation
is, or what anyone knows at best?  thank you so much for clearing this up,
or at least calming me down somewhat!

peace, love, and happiness,

melissa

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date:         sat, 15 mar 1997 13:52:40 -0500
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from:         "sheri e. allen" <seaphish@aol.com>
subject:      fwd: directions to hofstra???

sorry guys, but my private email to bill was returned to me, host unknown,
and i wouldn't want him to get lost.
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subj:    re: directions to hofstra???
date:    97-03-15 13:41:19 est
from:    seaphish
to:      wnorris@slc.edu

in a message dated 97-03-15 02:43:20 est, you write:

> well, it appears as if i may be headed to hofstra on sunday night, and i
>  have a huge request...if anyone out there in list land could mail me
>  privately with precise directions from the throgsneck or the whitestone
>  bridge, i'd be much obliged.  keep in mind that i frequently get lost
>  going from my bedroom to the bathroom and the most lost i've ever been in
>  my life is coming home from a show at the nassau col...
>

ok, bill, here goes.

from the whitestone or throgsneck bridges it's pretty much the same.  the tnb
just lets you off on the cross island a little farther south, but not much.

as you come off either bridge, follow signs to the cross island parkway or
towards long island.  take the cross island (south) to the grand central
parkway east.  once you leave nyc and enter nassau county the gcp changes to
the northern state.  continue on this until you get to the meadowbrook
parkway (towards jones beach).  take this to hempstead turnpike west, exit m5
(nassau colliseum) and follow ht a little bit until you get to hofstra, which
will be on the left.  also remember that ht is also called fulton ave. so
don't get confused if you see a sign that says fulton!

or, you can drive in a little earlier and meet us at fridays restaurant,
directions to which i can provide if you're interested.

hope this helps!

-sheri :)

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date:         sat, 15 mar 1997 13:59:42 -0500
reply-to:     renee l grebe <grebe+@cmu.edu>
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from:         renee l grebe <grebe+@cmu.edu>
subject:      re: penn state
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excerpts from mail: 15-mar-97 penn state by 42nat1@pitt.edu
> ok, i called penn state today and a
> person at the bryce jordan center told me that tickets had gone on sale
> already, but i'd have to call there on monday, when they would be open
> next.


i just called the bryce jordan center (which is not where they are going
on sale through) and the nice lady told me that they have not gone on
sale yet.  no one panic.  supposedly, the concert has no even been
confirmed yet.

that's all the info i know.
renee

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date:         sat, 15 mar 1997 14:16:11 -0500
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i think one of my kids set this up.  how do i get off this mailing list?

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date:         sat, 15 mar 1997 14:16:56 -0500
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hi y'all!

   quick late post on mhc.  thanks to margaret and the other list people
that were there that i sortof met (i was the "table" for the chinese food
-- it kept my hands warm).  you all were very nice and welcoming which was
especially nice because i had to drive up for this show alone.

   the crowd up front inside was somewhat pushy, which reminded me what i
don't like about ga shows, but lots of energy and enthusiasm that i think
is a feedback cycle to a&e and makes for a good show.  the people in back
were very rude and talked throughout ulali.  the backup singing by ulali
was a nice touch and blended well with the music.  it was fun watching
them -- they admitted that they had not had a chance to practice
performing together and one time ulali kept singing past the end of a
guitar riff.  they were a little embarrased, but it was cute and their
enthusiasm was obvious.  all in all a good (but not great) show and i'm
glad i went.  can't wait till unh!

---

   i was at a sports bar last night watching basketball, when i heard some
familiar lyrics drifting over from the back side of the bar where a cover
band was playing.  sure enough when i went over to check it out, they were
attempting to cover "galileo".  while they got all the lyrics right, they
were horribly out of tune and just did not have the voices to carry it.
they were more of a country/rock cover band, playing everything from jimmy
buffet to simon & garfunckle to pearl jam.  it was interesting to hear the
girls being covered, but somewhat distressing to hear it done so badly.

has anyone heard any "good" covers of ig? (i know, i know... noone can
really sing the songs any better than a&e, but has anyone come close?)

chris imershein
imer5924@hgc.edu
"nobody gets a lifetime rehearsal, as specks of dust we're universal."

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in a message dated 97-03-15 14:31:47 est, imer5924@mstr.hgc.edu (christopher
imershein) writes:

<< has anyone heard any "good" covers of ig? (i know, i know... noone can
really sing the songs any better than a&e, but has anyone come close?) >>

the *only* one i can recall is joan baez singing "welcome me" at the bottom
line when she was recording  ring them bells a few years ago. the girls were
guesting on the album, but they hadn't yet come on stage. finally, joan said
she'd do one of  a&e's songs to keep all of the ig fans in the audience
happy! while i still like a&e's version best (of course!) joan did a
respectable job with it. (for me, though, the highlight of that concert was
hearing amy and emily do "don't think twice, it's alright" with joan.)

just my .02,
julie
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believe it or not, no one has ever asked that before.

since i am the one who put cmg together i will answer.  :)  the indigo
virgin is the guy who was sitting in front of me at yale in 1995.  a lot
of the songs on cmg were taken from that show. he was just the best...
when people were obnoxious, he would put them in their place.  and he was
the most flaming queen i had ever seen.  it was love at first site for me.
he was just so great.  so, i "interviewed" him after the show.  i loved
him so much that i just had to put the indigo virgin quote on something,
and there was extra room on cmg.


margaret

ps-anyone from new haven?  i'm thinking of going to grad school at yale
next year and i wanted to hear about the town.  please email me privately.
thanks!!


on fri, 14 mar 1997, chickensoprano wrote:

> date: fri, 14 mar 1997 21:37:39 -0500
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> subject: cover me grey
>
> i was reading back through old posts from over a year ago when i came
> across something that i had wondered before but then forgot.  who is
> the "indigo virgin" at the end of cover me grey?
>
> anna
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>i'm still going to go, but i am going to make a plea to anyone who knows
>how to get to wheaton by commuter rail to let me know.  i also need to
>find out about hotels in the area that are easily accessable without a
>car.  my friends and i are going but we are poor college students who
>don't have cars, and need to go to the show.  if anyone has any of the
>above information...please drop me a line!!
>
>thanks-
>
>jess

ditto for me on both this show and the unh show.  i mean, of course you
can't get to unh by commuter rail, but whatever.

deirdre

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okay. i know everyone who doesn't live in this area probably is completely
uninterested in all of this discussion about the psu show, but bear with
us poor pennsylvania college students who can't go anywhere else to see
them for fear of missing classes.

i talked to my best friend last night, who goes to penn state, and
apparently, yes, it still has not been announced to the student body that
ig is playing there. and, according to every concert listing i've seen,
and according to the little birdie i talked to at psu, they're not playing
at bryce jordan anyway. they're playing at rec hall, which, if you ask me,
is better, seeing as it's smaller and more intimate. sorry..i can't really
see the girls performing in a huge arena...maybe i'm just weird.

anyway...that's what i know...if the little birdies who have been
whistling in my ears tell me any more, i'll gladly divulge the
information. i assume that tix haven't gone on sale yet, but, as daddy
always said...never assume...it makes an ass out of "u" and "me"

till later..................

meg

*my place is of the sun and this place is of the dark
and i do not feel the romance...i do not catch the spark*

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hey y'all,

just had to share with y'all that kittenman/pluto (my cat) came back
today!  thanks to all of you who sent him and me warm wishes, they
helped!!!!!

love and safe kitties,
mandi

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hey kind friends...

there was a mention in the review of the show the other night about how amy
probably won't sing dgtgag live for very long because of emotions and
memories that it probably brings up.  isn't it incredible that #1, she is
able to write songs that are that real to her, and #2, that, given the
talent, she even writes them!  something like blood and fire and dgtgag are
so personal that i would have to think twice about recording them, but amy
does it.  just grand...  i've always thought that you left it up to me is
like that.  sounds very real to me.  and now, listening to the ep and more,
songs like sweet gypsy and you are free are very personal. we are intimate
strangers!!!
stephen

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i really don't remember if this is the same place i wrote yesterday or not so
please bear with me.   i am interviewing the girls sometime in the next
couple of weeks and i'm scared stiff.  it's one of my first formal interviews
and they are by far my favorite band. of all the meetings to screw-up this is
not the one.  what i'm looking for is off the wall information, stories,
dialogs, opinions, reviews, ect. that aren't your usual run of the mill
stuff.  i want this interview to be something beyond the usual acedamia.  any
reply would be much appreciated.

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i just finished whooping the #$^% out of my photoshop, and the ig pictures
that i had before are now pretty good.  they are at:

http://www.mtholyoke.edu/~maclayto/ig/mhc/


margaret

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i was just thinking...
russel carter said that ani would be opeing some ig shows, but ferron is
supposed to open the hofstra show.  no, ani is playing providence tonight,
with nothing else until nyc on wed.  sure is a short trip.  with all this
down time, what's an ani to do?
stephen

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i totally agree with lori - the volume of posting the past few days is just
unmanageable.  it's great that there's so much life to the list, but 8
digests in a single day?  a lot of the messages are back and forth flamage,
which really should be kept between individuals involved.  as to the volume
of posts, i realize that i joined the list while a & e were still on "break,"
so maybe it's normal for the message volume to be this heavy during a tour.
it's just that i really don't have time to scroll through a gazillion messages.
i got so many messages friday that my mailbox filled up.  since there are more
concerts coming up, i guess i'd better clean my mailbox out and get ready...<g>
finally, thanks to the folks who posted reviews (and neat little on-stage
banter tidbits:) of the mt. holyoke concert, and to the folks who will post
reviews of the future shows - those of us who can't be there love you for it!

peace, and awaiting nifty new boot offers,<g>

joan :-d

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tickets went on sale today, at 10am. if anyone manages to boot billy bragg
i'll exchange anything on my ig boot list plus my first born goat. i also
have some bragg boots to exchange. i really would love a dub of his
performance. he's a riot! :)  -- kristina

>from the new york times (march 12, 1997)

woodstock had as its slogan, ''three days of peace and
music.'' this summer's two-day guinness fleadh music festival has as its
motto, ''50,000 people, 1,000 barrels of beer.'' what happened to the
belief that music could change the world?

perpetuating a stereotype, the guinness fleadh brings together guinness,
the irish brewer, with the fleadh (pronounced flah), a traditional irish
festival of music and merriment.

modeled after the new orleans jazz and heritage festival and expected to be
one of the biggest concerts in new york city this year, it will take place
on randalls island in new york city on june 14 and 15.

some 60 performers are expected, a mix of irish acts and others who
festival organizers say have ''an irish sensibility,'' including van
morrison, sinead o'connor, the chieftains, shane macgowan, richard
thompson, black 47, christy moore, natalie merchant, jimmie dale gilmore,
john prine, wilco, billy bragg, freedy johnston and the neville brothers.
tickets will go on sale saturday at 10 a.m. at ticketmaster outlets. joe
killian, one of the festival's producers, said he hoped to make this an
annual event in new york.

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hey y'all,
    is it just me or is there a serious lack of emily interviews.
recently amy did the atlanta mag thing and in the newport program there
was another very nice sized amy article.  does anyone know of any good
emily articles on lifeblood or wherever?  thanks a bunch!
    leah

who is so excited she nearly peed in her pants because she got her
bumbershoot boot, shirt from daemon, and letter from her aunt, all in
one big lump in the mail, and is celebrating her birthday tonight!

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              make up of center stage or

know any place on the net where i could get it?  i don't really understand tabliture
so if chord stuctures are possible i would appreciate it.  please e-mail me at
jofarn@ny.frontiercomm.net
                                                                                                    fellow listee
                                                                                                       heather

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hello everyone,

quickie note to let you know that wendy bucklew will be a phone-in guest on
sandy shore's "backstage pass" radio show on kpig in watsonville, ca,
tomorrow (sunday 4/16) at 10:15am p.s.t.  why am i telling people across the
country this?  well, kpig broadcasts live on the internet and you may want
to listen in.  check out their website:  http://www.kpig.com/ for details.

tune in if you can.  you'll definitely hear something cool and, who knows,
you may even hear something new...

lorene machado

machado entertainment, management and promotion
p.o. box 39952, los angeles, ca  90039, e-mail:  lorene@flylive.com
phone:  (818) 787-2468, fax:  (818) 787-3031, alpha pager:  (800) 800-9724
caroline aiken website:  http://www.hidwater.com/aiken/
wendy bucklew website:  http://www.hidwater.com/wendy/

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april 17th is the wheaton college show- it can't be a rehersal for snl-
some one please specify the month...
-emily

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hey y'all!

i posted a few days ago, asking everyone who wants to go to the auburn show
to email me.  i talked to someone from auburn on the phone who told me that
individual tickets go on sale on april 14th, but block tickets, in groups
of 20 or more, go on sale april 10th.  if we could get 20 people gathered,
and a volunteer to purchase the tickets, we could buy tickets 4 days
earlier, and i'm sure they would be either better seats or at a better
rate!  well, i have had responses totalling 16 people.  sooooo...
if you are just now hearing about this concert, and you want to go,
*pleeease* email me!  we've already had someone volunteer to buy the
tickets for us, and i think this would be a great opportunity for the
alabama and georgia contingent of this list to meet up!

anxiously waiting for at least 4 more messages in my mailbox,
sue

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hello all you concert goers!!  i am going to hofstra tomorrow and was just
wondering what time did the other shows end approximately??  i am getting
dropped off and picked up thats why i want to know.
thank you    -kim

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i want to say thankyou to donrich, liz and roger for sending me info on chords for
center stage.  i am a bass player and some day i hope to perform that piece.  there
isn't really a bass part in it so i'm going to try and write my own.  thanks again.

fellow listee
heather
hofstra tomorrow! yes!

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in a message dated 97-03-15 19:15:13 est, you write:

<< is it just me or is there a serious lack of emily interviews.
recently amy did the atlanta mag thing and in the newport program there
was another very nice sized amy article.  does anyone know of any good
emily articles on lifeblood or wherever?  thanks a bunch!
     leah >>

you know.... i recall an interview that the san francisco chronicle
did with old es back during the so tour......it was in the "pink" section
(weekend entertainment supp.) and it was pretty good...don't think i ever
saw it on the lifeblood site....maybe i'll go see if it's on microfeeesh at
the library......... i also thinks there should be a cover story on her for
acoustic guitar mag...eh ???????
love,
miss binkles
"ow ! my knee !!!"
william jefferson clinton

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subject:      send a message to amy & emily!

before i explain about the "message to amy & emily", let me just say a quick
"hello" to those of you who may remember me...and to all those who have come
since!  i've been on the list since sept of 95' though i don't post very
often, and i didn't post at all for a while 'cause i was away from home on a
cross-country drive across the u.s.!  but i'm back, moved, re-enrolled in
school, and lately have been too busy to do much else but lurk......until
now!  and the reason i'm posting now is because i just got offered a
wonderful opportunity ::::happy dancing!!:::::  to see the indigo girls at an
"intimate" industry showcase for the release of their new cd!!  words can't
say how thrilled i am - i thought my days of being able to see them in a
small-club atmosphere were long gone!  (i suppose i should mention that i was
fortunate enough to be working for epic when they were first signed!)  :)
so...after all the joy they've brought to my life, i started wondering if
there wasn't something special i might be able to do for them, while i had
the opportunity.

then i remembered something that was done for another band whose internet
mailing list i am currently on.  one of the people in the group collected
e-mail letters to the band from people on the list, rolled them up into
individual scrolls, tied them with a ribbon, placed them in a basket, and
presented the basket to the band after a show.  the letters were basically
along the lines of "hi, i'm a fan on your internet mailing list, here's a
little bit about me, and this is what your music means to me."  the band
loved it.  so i've decided i'd like to give something similar to the girls
from *this* list, and my friends who work for epic said that it would be cool
to put it together and present it to them at the showcase! :)

so if you'd like to send a message to amy and emily, and know that it *will*
get placed in their hands, here's what you can do.  send your message to me
at cojehali@aol.com, and in the subject line write "to amy & emily" so that i
will know that it is a personal message for them.  i will print out the
letters, roll 'em up, tie them with a ribbon (individually) and place them in
the basket to be given to amy & emily at the show.

i don't want to place any creative constraints on this, but i do have some
suggestions.  first of all, do try to keep your letters down to one page if
at all possible.  secondly, if you have anything you want to tell or ask *me*
directly, send it in a *separate* e-mail addressed to me, as i will not have
time to edit the letters, and whatever is in your e-mail to the girls will
get printed out and delivered as is!  if you want to write a letter to "just"
amy or "just" emily, that's fine too, but since they won't be placed in
envelopes, be aware that either of the girls may see the letter.  chances are
they'll just say "hey, this one's for you!" and pass it on, but i just wanted
you to be aware that i will be giving the basket to them collectively, and i
will have limited control over which one of 'em sees which letter!  finally,
do try include something about *yourself* in your letter.  i know that we all
get to hear a lot of personal things about amy and emily, but they often
don't get a chance to really know much about all their individual fans, and i
think that's something they'd really be interested in knowing - something
about who their fans really are!   and, of course, how they've touched your
lives! :)

if you'd like to participate, please get your letters in to me no later than
sunday, march 30th.  as for me, i'm headed out the door to buy a new ink
cartridge or two for my printer...... :)

-connie l.
(p.s....gail, linda, are you still out there?)

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date:         sat, 15 mar 1997 22:40:21 pst
reply-to:     "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
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subject:      must-have boots

hi all,

the faq mentions certain boots to get if i want to start a serious
collection.  whoever can help me obtain the following boots, please
e-mail me privately.

(1) tuesday's children (1981)
(2) color me grey (1982/1985)
(3) blue food (1985)
(4) live at the purple parrot (1986)

thanks,
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lschreihart@juno.com

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so ..i was chattin' today with a certain lady who has her own fan club
but will remain nameless and she told me her elevator story and i told
her my teeter totter story and decided that we both prolly belonged to
the official "tramp" fan club ( hey..we're  weird..but it beats doing
taxes or studying!!)so..heres the deal..do not post to the list..there
are some people out there that aren't as perverted as we...
you send me your tramp story..i'll run by the "good" ones with sbm and
we'll see who wins..
remember..don't post it to the list
oh and guys..you're included in this too..don't try to play innocent..
let the exibitionism begin
pooh ( who should really have her head examined..but it was rainin' and
i was bored!!)

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date:         sun, 16 mar 1997 01:12:42 -0500
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from:         mary kushman <physics4me@aol.com>
subject:      planet indigo is finally working

i have finally got planet indigo to a reasonable working level.  i've got to
add more specific lyric links, as well as put in some lyrics to some of my
favorite songs to avoid a lot of web-runaround.

anyway, i finally have my links page working.  i have put all my ig bookmarks
so far on there, and if you see your site and i have it in the wrong
category, let me know so i can fix it.  also, if you don't see your site and
want it included, let me know that too, so you can be a part of the planet!
audrey's site with list members' pages has been included on my mailing list
page.

this site is doing very well.  i have had over 200 hits in the first week,
and my main page has had over 100 in the past 24 hours!  what am i doing to
deserve all this?!?  maybe it is because i am not misbehaving...  : >

and many thank-yous to those of you who have signed my guestbook.

later,
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date:         wed, 12 mar 1997 12:01:24 est
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from:         "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
subject:      what's the 411?

hi schnookums

"what's the 411"? comes from the fact that in a lot of states, 411 used to be
the number you called for directory assistance...back in the day when *i* was a
kiddo, anyhoo

bye. i got 8 hours til indigorgasm

susan

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kirsten chevalier wrote:
>
> >
> > anyone knwo anythign more abotu this tickets still avaialbel how to get
> > them ticketmaster knew nothing abotu it
> mark honey, maybe they only give ticket information to people who can spell?
> :-) kirsten

sheesh, everyone..
give the guy a break.
everybody has bad typing days.
and, shoot, so what if he can't spell.
:):(
selena

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date:         wed, 12 mar 1997 08:14:05 -0500
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subject:      amy article

re:  <<  thank you thank you thank you to donna for the reprint of the amy
article.
don't even think about apologizing for the bandwidth, girl, it was a
glorious
addition to my day! >>

ok, risking flaming here, did i miss it or was it not posted on the digest
version?  donna, wd. you be a kind soul willing to e-mail me with the
article?  i'd be forever in your debt.

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date:         wed, 12 mar 1997 12:35:44 -0500
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subject:      atlanta mag. march issue

in case anyone is interested here is some info:

<< >
> hello
>
> i would like to buy the issue for march.  how can i do that?
>
> thank you
> pj harris


pj:

you can try your local newsstand, or send $5 (check or money order) to
mary lyon jarman, circulation director, atlanta magazine, two midtown
plaza, atlanta ga 30309. reference the march issue.

kenna simmons
internet manager
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subject:      mount holyoke tickets (last post)
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tickets to this show will now be sold at the door, for $25.

see everyone there!  i just drove by the venue and my valiant buddy deb
(o'donoghue) has staked out place #1 in line for us!  woo-hoo.  so if
you're coming, come to the front of the line and say "hi"!  i will be
wearing green cords, a white t-shirt, a demin shirt over that and maybe a
yellow sweater if it's cold.

indigruven,
margaret

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date:         wed, 12 mar 1997 09:20:38 -0500
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hey y'all--

has anyone had an update on mellie's surgery?  it should've been yesterday morning......

-rich (sbmfc charter member and official mentor)
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
yknib ssim fan club, member
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infj
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my friends and i have had a tough time
bruising our brains hard up against change
all the old dogs and the magician
        -e. saliers
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woooo hooooo!
congratulaions chris!!

(do you know this post makes her sound like a new car? ;)
this is such a welcome change from flames (i'm on dar list too, bunch of
anal people if you ask me....)
again, congrats!!

on wed, 12 mar 1997, chris mccormick wrote:

> oh, also, i wished to inform anyone that is is interested that as of last tues.
>   (the 5th) i am a father.  i am now the proud owner of a beautiful baby girl.
>   she has loads of gorgeous dark brown hair, and gray eyes.  since both my wife
>   and i are of irish descent, we named her devin, which is gaelic for "poet."
>
> just thought everyone should hear about something so completely wonderful.
>
>                                  fellow fan, me.
>                                              -----> (chris, that is.)
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date:         wed, 12 mar 1997 10:39:32 -0800
reply-to:     "kim: goddess in her own reality" <rcn@prcn.org>
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hey...
>the ig irc channel that was on efnet transferred to dalnet in late 1995.
>i think this was because of the fact that dalnet offers channel protection
>facilities by which the network itself handles ops and so on.
kewl... nice to know some of the history o' the channel. i'm in there a lot
( was given op status... yeehaa ) and have found it a friendly place... if
yer in... my "nick" be kaanan ( as in "land of" with a k instead o' c )
peace all... kim ( goddess of multiple personalities )
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date:         wed, 12 mar 1997 01:58:28 -0600
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>anyone knwo anythign more abotu this tickets still avaialbel how to get
>them ticketmaster knew nothing abotu it

anyone knwo anythign more abotu this guy who alwys psts annoyign shit like this?

me thinks maybe he be dumb o somethin, but i dunno cuz i'm only 5 years old
but seem to make bettre sense and stuff than he do.

of course he could be getting off on annoying folks.  i know i have in the
past so job well done markanthonydonajkowski.

oh igc--could all those planning on attending the davenport show please
email me if interested in a pre-show meeting and could someone who is
familiar with the booming metropolis better known as davenport please get a
hold of me even if you don't want to meet up.  we have to find a meeting
place and i have never been out that far west.  list gatherings before
shows can be bundles of joy.  i've met some of my best friends there so do
em if you can.  i'm going to iowa (insert sarcastic, native east coaster
tone here)!!!  hope to see and meet some of you there.  mark sir--i hope
you are there because it would be interesting to see someone speak without
any grammar, spelling or basic english abilities.  so long for now

greg

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subject:      happy announcement

oh, also, i wished to inform anyone that is is interested that as of last tues.
  (the 5th) i am a father.  i am now the proud owner of a beautiful baby girl.
  she has loads of gorgeous dark brown hair, and gray eyes.  since both my wife
  and i are of irish descent, we named her devin, which is gaelic for "poet."

just thought everyone should hear about something so completely wonderful.

                                 fellow fan, me.
                                             -----> (chris, that is.)

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ok, since there are tickets available at the door, i'm going...does
anyone know someplace i can stay tonight (i'm not an axe murderer, i
promise, just a poor college student)??  or is anyone traveling back to
boston, i'm going to take a bus to get there......  if anyone can help me
out, it's be greatly appreciated!  ps. this will be my first show!!!!
wwwwoooohhhooooo!!!!

jess

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hi, can anyone point me to a map or something of adler theatre? as in what
sections are in the balcony? how is it laid out?  whats up in general with
the place?  i talked to someone on the fone there, and she said a-d are the
floor, and everything else was in the balcony, but she didnt seem too sure
of herself.  oh well.  i'm looking for one ticket on the floor in a pretty
cool spot, so if you can help me out, would be greatly appreciative.

thanks

tom walker
twalker@gac.edu

hey, help me out...go to this site..http://www.nlenx.com/ringolia
and click on the huge banner on the top.  thats all you have to do.
me and my college fund thanks you!!!

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subject:      scary moment!

hi twinkies...can i get an amen to the fact that several of us guys will be in
emamyland in exactly 11 hours! yahoo!!!

yep, one of us will get a boot, no worries :)

anyhoo, here's a scary moment for ya. i'm chattin it up with the guy who works
down stairs in the clinic, and he's all "what are you doing tonight?" (no, it
was not a proposition) and i'm all "i'm going to see my beloved badass indigo
girls!"...and he was all "i love them! they sing that wannabe song right?"

um, no, assboy... that's the spice girls!

i've never been *so* mortified in my whole life! hee hee

love to you all,
susanna
ps red, i heart your ass! chins up!

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subject:      snl ??

just my $0.02 ... perahps they need to be in nyc for the rehearsals of snl
(april 17ish), meaning the show would air april 19th - which wd. explain why
there's still no word on lasalle show tix (tent. scheduled for 4/19).  or,
maybe it's may 17th after all.

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the only reason i carboneed the last note to the list was because said
invidiual decided to speak for the list by saying ive spoeken to several
folks and if the general consous is your not welcome here you should do
something  otherwise i do keep private mail private

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dude...take it easy........we all have personalities and sometimes they come
flying out of people like satan's own private bat patrol.....some people on
this list are terribly precise and others are not....i happen to dig
kirsten's style because she' s always whappin' on something....no big deal
.....have a chuckle  and keep posting ....
i agree that content is what matters, but my lord man, a billion line post
with no punctuation at all?????  that tries even my patience and i really
don't give a flip if you punctuate or not....you can see by my style that i
wasn't the 1980 midwest semi-colon champion --folks may not appreciate my
style but they are able to decipher it without professional secretarial and
linguistic assistance. so maybe, just maybe, we could reach some sort of a
truce .....throw in a space or two after each complete thought and we'll
figure out the rest.  cool??  i'm glad there are different types of people on
this list....that's what makes it such a blast....
                                          ya'll play nice now,
                                           brian

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subject:      this train revised

i'm forwarding a response froma listee....hope she won't mind! (thanks
sara!!)

okay, here is what the sheet music says, i think its right. if there any
problems email me.

chords:
        a5: x02200
        a7(no third): x02000
        am7: x05500
        am: x02100 (9th frett)
        asus4b6: x03100 (10th frett)
        a(add2 sus4): x03100 (7th frett)
        a6(no third): x05400
        am*: x03100 (5th frett)

i guess this song's in a.

capo on third frett
tune to eadgae

intro:
        a5, a7(no3rd), a5, a7(no3rd)

verse:
a5                      a7(no3rd)  a5                   a7(no3rd)
it's a fish white belly            a lump in the throat
a5                      a7(no3rd)  a5                   a7(no3rd)
                                   a razor on the wire
a5                      a7(no3rd)  a5                   a7(no3rd)
skin and bone                      piss and blood
a5                      a7(no3rd)  a5                   a7(no3rd)
in a railroad car                  one hundred people
a5                      a7(no3rd)
gypsies, queers and david stars

chorus:
am            asus4b6           am            am(add2sus4)
this train is bound for glory   this train is bound for glory am
asus4b6
this train is bound for glory (now)
a5      a7(no3rd),a5      a7(no3rd)
thii-i-sss traa--a-aaa-aainn----nn.

verse:
a5                      am7   a5                        am7
measure the bones             count the face
a5                      am7   a5                   a7(no3rd)
pull out the teeth            do you belong to the human race
a5              n.c.
doctor doctor are you unkind
a5              n.c.
do you shock the monkeys
a5
do you cover our eyes with clear blue skies

chorus:
am            asus4b6           am            am(add2sus4)
this train is bound for glory   this train is bound for glory am
asus4b6
this train is bound for glory (now)
a5      a7(no3rd),a5      a7(no3rd)
thii-i-ssss traa--a-aaa-aainn----nn.

verse:
a5                      a7(no3rd)   a5
here is a dancer                    who has no legs
a5                      a5
                        here is a healer
                                (here is a teacher who has
a7(no3rd)               a5
                        who      has
who has no             face)           (here is a runner
a7(no3rd)               a5      a7(no3rd)
has no hands            here is a thinker
who has no              feet)   (here is a builder
a7(no3rd)                       a5      a7(no3rd)
                                who has no head
who     has     no      back)      (here is a writer
a7(no3rd)               a5
                        these are the questions
who has no voice)                  (these are the
a5                      a5
                        staaaacked like
answers)
a5
wo-oo-o--o--ood

solo:
a5, a7(no3rd), a5, a7(no3rd)<---play 4 times

chorus:
am            asus4b6           am            am(add2sus4)
this train is bound for glory   this train is bound for glory am
asus4b6
this train is bound for glory (now)
a5      a7(no3rd),a5      a7(no3rd)
thii-i-ssss traa--a-aaa-aainn----nn.
am            asus4b6           am
this train is bound for glory   this train is bound for glory
                        (this train done carry my mother)
  am(add2sus4)
bound for glory
(this train done
am            asus4b6
this train is bound for glory (now)
carry my father)    (this train done carry my sister)
a5                      am
this train done         carry my brother
asus4b6                 am
this train done         carried my sister
am(add2sus4)            am
this train done         carry my brother
asus4b6                 a5         a7(no3rd)
this train done         carried my sister
a5         a7(no3rd)
this tr-aa-a-aaa-aain
am            asus4b6   am
this train is bound for glooooooo--oooryyyy
am(add2sus)
yyyyyyy

outro:
a5                      a6(no3rd)
these are the questions
a5                      a6(no3rd)
stackes like wood
a5                      a6(no3rd)
these are the answers
a5                      a6(no3rd)
here is potential gone for good


well i think this is right but there might be
soommm typigraphicall errroer 'cause immm up
so late.:)

hope this helps you out.

---sara

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date:         wed, 12 mar 1997 19:06:31 +0000
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from:         john bond <bonj1_95@worc.ac.uk>
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subject:      a couple of things.....

right, this shouldn't take too long.......

1. ok, i think we now understand why mark's spelling isn't always
that good (i.e. he's got other, more important commitments, and he
can't afford to spend that much time on the list). i think we should
just leave him alone about this, and not mention it on the list
anymore.

2. thanks to everybody for explaining what the "411" is. with me
being from the uk, we don't have that number over here, and so the
only way i've heard about it is through the tv, music etc. once
again, thanks.

3. yes, i'm getting ready for emily day! i've got lots of lovely
daffodills growing outside my window at the moment, and i'm only
going to be playing emily ig songs tommorow - it's going to be the
perfect combination.

later, y'all,

john


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here they come again....."

tori amos, little earthquakes

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subject:      fwd: hofstra stuff

sorry again, everyone, the mail was returned to me.
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forwarded message:
subj:    re: hofstra stuff
date:    97-03-16 09:39:47 est
from:    seaphish
to:      wnorris@slc.edu

in a message dated 97-03-16 02:32:46 est, you write:

> thank you so much for the directions...and, if you get this before you
>  leave tomorrow, pass on the tgif stuff.  i may be coming alone, and if
>  that's the case, i'd love to come by fridays.
>

directions to fridays:

same as to hofstra, but you'll be exiting the meadowbrook earlier.  get off
at the old country road east exit, take this (you'll pass fortunoff, and a
little shopping center with egghead software) to merrick ave.  make a right
on merrick.  fridays will be on the right a little bit up the road.

hope you can make it!

-sheri :)

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hello
the girls are playing a private show at the birchmere, in va this thursday.
anybody got tickets for sale?
dcisme

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subject:      nigc: mcc in ct

to all the mary chapin fans out there ..

she will be playing oakdale theatre in wallingford, ct on july 24th ...

tickets go on sale to the public monday march 17th (i'm not sure what time)

chris

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opera??? are we talking about oprah,or am i totally missing something
here?
             s

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subject:      hofstra tonite:-)

i just wanted to share my excitement with you fellow ig fans. this will be
the first time i get to see my favorite duet in concert and i am sooooooo
excited!!!
(in a sing song voice...)
"i'm going to see the indigo girls, i'm going to see the indigo girls!!!"

okay, i'll stop. :-)  just can't control the anxiety attacks i am having :-)

                                         - kim

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subject:      indigo tapes

hey everyone-
now that the wonderful sat's have passed and my life is no longer a circus, i
was wondering if anybody was interested in trading tapes.  i got a good
amount of indigo girls to offer, and i'd be willing to trade for anything:
ig, ani, melissa, sarah mclachlan, anyone.  so just lemme know if you're
interested...

peace
sasha

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subject:      lui collins in berkeley and la (nigc)

one of my favorite singer-songwriters is touring, lui collins.  she's
playing freight and salvage in berkeley on april 13th.  i highly
recommend her.  if any other bay area listees are considering going,
let me know.  we could have a mini-list get together.

she is also doing a radio show in la on kpfk april 6th at 8:30. i would
now like to humbly request any la listees to consider taping the show.
i would love to get a copy of this.  i have much to offer in trade
along with my eternal gratitude.

i also have lui's california tour schedule.  anyone interested can
email me privately.

hugh barroll hugh404@ix.netcom.com

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connie, this is really, really cool, thanks for doing this!
this is just my little plug for the *other* presentation(s) that will be
going on.  we are still taking donations for hte as part of amy's
birthday present which will be presented at the april 10th concert, if
you want to get involved and let amy know how much her music and work
have meant for you, email me at "mandi96@airmail.net" and i'll send you
all the info.  we will be doing this for emily too.

thanks.

okay, i'm done.

this was a great idea connie, hope your printer likes to be productive
:).

love,
mandi

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hi everyone!

i've never been a big posting fool like some of you, due to school and
whatever...but i've been quite quiet lately...last week o' school and
finals next week.

anyway, just emailed sue about the concert in auburn...maybe i'll get to
meet up with some ga and al listers. makes me wonder when the girls will be
doing something in their home state...:)

finally got mm & gerard mchugh cds from daemon...new experience and more
than i. yeah, they're a little old, but well worth it. great cds, i urge
you to get them if you haven't already.

last, i got a postcard from rdr yesterday announcing an in-store
performance and autographing party for lift's latest daemon release,
lifelike. it's saturday, march 29th, from 4-6 pm...then there's a release
party that night at the point. i was just wondering who was planning on
going...i don't know if i can.

that's all for now, i just wanted to say hi. i was having a tough time
slogging through the digests, but my eudora got corrupted and i lost a
bunch of them, eliminating the slogging problem...;)

btw, i love to proofread but i'm not going to use that particular skill on
the list. ;)

ttfn


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    is ellen coming ut during a performence of "tosca".....cool! i don't
know if it will boost the ratings though:)
ben

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shucks...my jokes been taking. sorry for the joke repeat!
ben

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on sat, 15 mar 1997 mchugh6@aol.com wrote:

>
> ---------------------
> forwarded message:
> subj:    fwd: funny letters to dear abby.
> date:    97-03-09 22:32:59 est
> from:    habusaki
> to:      mchugh6,manosnkmn,monseetaff
>
>
> ---------------------
> forwarded message:
> subj:    fwd: funny letters to dear abby.
> date:    97-03-08 01:04:02 est
> from:    glenn2399
> to:      boltonr@amss629.lajes.af.mil
> to:      habusaki
>
>
> ---------------------
> forwarded message:
> subj:    fwd: funny letters to dear abby.
> date:    97-03-05 21:13:13 est
> from:    essie39070
> to:      bheyman@telerama.com,gvnsps2,blon4
> to:      sam@injersey.com
> to:      boater@surfshop.net,bubbie1234
> to:      sailorhar,applemarb,yael fl
> to:      boat4@juno.com,mtboo,ahj4par
> to:      parteex,cdrosen@nmu.edu,glenn2399
> to:      beth p 123,takatrip,ernie90861
> to:      bunatola,shestein,krugee
> to:      richardian,vet66a,profsalct
> to:      peikes
>
>
> ---------------------
> forwarded message:
> subj:    fwd: funny letters to dear abby.
> date:    97-03-05 20:45:17 est
> from:    ofra 1
> to:      zaydeg,essie39070,threads1
> to:      blkcatboo,smiller886
>
>
> ---------------------
> forwarded message:
> subj:    funny letters to dear abby.
> date:    97-03-05 20:39:08 est
> from:    ofra 1
> to:      ofra 1
>
> funny letters to dear abby...
>
> dear abby: a couple of women moved in across the hall from me. one is a
> middle-aged gym teacher and the other is a social worker in her
> mid-twenties.  these two women go everywhere together and i've never seen
> a man go into  their apartment or come out. do you think they could be
> lebanese?
>
> curious
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> dear abby: i've been married for six years and have five kids. no twins.
> my husband still wants to have sex every night and sometimes in the morning
> too.  i told him he should get himself a hobby, and he says that is his
> hobby.
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> ....i have a man i never could trust. why, he cheats so much i'm not even
> sure this baby i'm carrying is his.
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> ....i am a twenty-three-year-old liberated woman who has been on the pill
> for two years. it's getting expensive and i think my boyfriend should share
> half the cost, but i don't know him well enough to discuss money with him.
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> ....i suspected that my husband had been fooling around, and when i
> confronted him with the evidence he denied everything and said it would
> never happen again.
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> ....will you please rush me the name of a reliable illegitimate doctor?
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> ....our son writes that he is taking judo. why would a boy who was raised
> in a good christian home turn against his own?
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> ....i joined the navy to see the world. i've seen it. now how do i get out?
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> ....my forty-year-old son has been paying a psychiatrist $50 an hour every
> week for two-and-a-half years. he must be crazy.
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> ....i was married to bill for three months and i didn't know he drank
> until one night he came home sober.
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> ....do you think it would be all right if i gave my doctor a little gift?
> i tried for years to get pregnant and couldn't and he finally did it.
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> my mother is mean and short-tempered. i think she is going through her
> mental pause.
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> i met this nice guy who was in the service. he's the chief petting
> officer.
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> .... then you told some woman whose husband had lost all interest in sex
> to send him to a doctor. well, my husband lost all interest in sex years
> ago and he is a doctor.
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> ....this is the second marriage for both of us. and when my husband said
> "i will" he knew damn well he couldn't.
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> dear abby: i've been going steady with this man for six years. we see
> each other every night. he says he loves me, and i know i love him, but he
> never mentions marriage. do you think he's going out with me just for what
> he can get?
>
> gertie
>
> dear gertie: i don't know. what's he getting?
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> dear abby: my husband hates to spend money! i cut my own hair and
> make my own clothes, and i have to account for every nickel i spend.
> meanwhile he has a stock of savings bonds put away that would choke a
> cow. how do i get some money out of him before we are both called to our
> final judgment? he says he's saving for a rainy day.
>
> forty years hitched
>
> dear hitched: tell him it's raining!
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> dear abby: my boyfriend is going to be twenty years old next month. i'd
> like to give him something nice for his birthday. what do you think he'd
> like?
>
> carol
>
> dear carol: never mind what he'd like. give him a tie.
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> dear abby: are birth control pills deductible?
>
> kay
>
> dear kay: only if they don't work.
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> dear abby: our son was married in january. five months later his wife had
> a ten-pound baby girl. they said the baby was premature. tell me, can a
> baby this big be that early?
>
> wondering
>
> dear wondering: the baby was on time, the wedding was late. forget it.
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> dear abby: do you think about dying much?
>
> curious
>
> dear curious: no, it's the last thing i want to do.
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> dear abby: is it possible for a man to be in love with two women at the
> same time?
>
> jake
>
> dear jake: yes, and also hazardous.
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> dear abby: i know boys will be boys, but my 'boy' is seventy-three and
> he's still chasing women. any suggestions?
>
> annie
>
> dear annie: don't worry. my dog has been chasing cars for years, but if
> he ever caught one, he wouldn't know what to do with it.
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> dear abby: i have always wanted to have my family history traced, but i
> can't afford to spend a lot of money to do it. any suggestions?
>
> sam in cal.
>
> dear sam: yes. run for public office.
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> dear abby: what inspires you most to write?
>
> ted
>
> dear ted: the bureau of internal revenue.
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> dear abby: when you are being introduced, is it all right to say, "i've
> heard a lot about you"?
>
> rita
>
> dear rita: it depends on what you've heard.
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> dear abby: i am forty-four years old and i would like to meet a man my
> age with no bad habits.
>
> rose
>
> dear rose: so would i.
>
>  ---------------------------
>
> dear abby: what's the difference between a wife and a mistress?
>
> bess
>
> dear bess: night and day.
>
>

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hello everyone!  this is the first time i've had to do this (not bad
considering i've been on this list 6 months...can you believe it?  i'm a
relative newbie!  hehe :o) ...

nicole ... can you email me?  i have an answer to your question but silly
you didn't include your email addy!  :o)

sorry to waste bandwith everyone...have a good one!
joni :o)

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hello everyone!

today is the day you've all been waiting for...announcing the unveiling of
the igboston badass party web page!

as i've been saying recently to a special friend of mine (you know who you
are, sweetie....;o)......

"mom always said 'good things come to those who wait.'"  i know it's been a
while since the party (february 8, 1997), but we wanted to make sure we put
out something worthy of the event...and i think we've done it!

it has been a combined effort, and i want to take this moment to thank
everyone that had a hand in this:

chris becker:  mr. scanner....i had fun that nite in your office trying to
figure out what the hell we were doing with your buddy's scanner...(minds
out of the gutter, people....)  we learned that if you just talk nice to it,
it will cooperate just fine! thanks for all your work scanning and
delivering said scanned images to amy p., and for your written contribution
to the page.  you rock!

anj the boilermaker:  even tho' you weren't there physically, you were there
in spirit! thanks for your contribution and photo!  see you at the next bash!

joan ferguson:  thanks for your great written contribution and for hosting
the party!  you rock!  thanks also to margo, sadie (party mascot-woof!) and
kiwi for putting up with us for the day!

suzie b.:  thanks for your funny funny contribution and your help in
critiquing the page as we went along....and for being such a good sport
while we sang your praises during the "suzie b. moment" at the party!
you're the *best*!

sundarling:  you won!  i had to get on a plane and fly from boston to
seattle to get a picture of you for our page, but it was worth it!  thanks
for driving an hour to meet me....and for being a good sport while i got my
picture!  it was really nice meeting with you!  now, it's *your* turn to
come out here!

and last but certainly not least:

the great and humble amy putnam:  you were the backbone of this page...we
gave you ideas and disks, but you put it all together and made it make
sense.  thanks for all your picture-taking, hard work, dedication, personal
contribution, tweeking of everything, and overall great ideas!  thanks also
for hosting our page on your page....we couldn't have done it without you!
thanks amy!

ok, everyone, 3 cheers for amy..."hip hip hooray!  hip hip hooray!  hip hip
hooray!"

here's the address:  http://www.crl.com/~pegasus/igparty.html

this is the direct address for the page...there is a link on it back to
amy's home page, which is also linked to audrey beth's central list of
listee's ig related pages.

have fun everyone!  you get to see what we all look like!

joni :o)

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hey y'all,

i just posted this to the etheridge list, but it may be of some interest
to folks here. there's only one picture of the ig's, and not much text
about them (they were on unplugged back in the early days of the show);
still, it might be worth it, especially if you like some of the other
artists who are included. oh, r.e.m. is also in there, as well as the
others i mention.

to those who are on both lists, apologies for the double!

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subject: "unplugged" book on remainder!

hey folks,

i went to borders (aka the chain bookstore that ate the independents) this
afternoon, and found the "mtv unplugged" book -- which originally sold for
$50 -- on the remainder table for $4.98. i wasn't about to buy the thing
for 50 bucks, even though it has some really great pictures of mle in it,
but for 5 bucks... well, why not. :-) so for those of you who have a
borders or a buns & noodles ('scuse me, barnes & noble) nearby, you might
check to see if they also have it cheap. it has a few pages on each
unplugged show from the pilot (squeeze/syd straw/jules shear) through show
#57 (sheryl crow), with photos & complete set lists (including songs that
didn't make it on the air) for each one. there was some discussion about
the book on this list when it first came out, and as i recall there were
several of us who thought it was a fairly cool book but wasn't worth the
price... and though i have guilt pangs whenever i shop at a chain store,
in this case i don't feel *too* bad about depriving mtv of money!

it also includes a few other musicians of interest, like: 10,000 maniacs,
michelle shocked, indigo girls, sinead o'connor, annie lennox, bruce
springsteen, k.d. lang, and mariah carey... whoops... well, that last one
is probably not of too much interest around here. ;-)

hoping spring comes soon,

anne in indiana

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wow,
it's amazing what boredom can do to a girl. i was just thinking- "fire" is a
word that the girls have used a lot in their songs! strange fire, blood and
fire...in fare thee well "you could only feed upon the things which feed a
fire..." dead man's hill " i remember cats on fire..." is there more "fire"
references that i've missed? i'm racking whats left of my brain! this is kind
of a lmae thread, but what else do we have to talk about before sots, or map,
or whatever.
julianna

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in a message dated 97-03-13 17:04:29 est, ames22@juno.com (jeremy s ames)
writes:

<<  jan 1, 2001be the start of the emily millennium!!!
  >>
wow! i'm so excited! i'll actually still be young when the em millenium
starts! as for the amy millenium, i have a feeling i'll be sort of watching
that from above...or below! most likely the latter! "i am a probem child!
been wild all my days!" well, i've filled my post quota so i'm gonna go to
sleep now!
julianna

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contact me..i have an anatomy question and was told you had the answer
pooh

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pooh,

fyi

a friend of my g/f's who is a dealer at record conventions, asked
that i pass on her address to any and all mle or other celebrity fans. we
go to the austin record convention semi-annually and just went saturday.
we purchase all her melissa photos and indigo girl photos; as well as
back stage passes to both of them. she is incredible and has the best
photos we've ever found. please pass this info on to the list and tell
everyone to write her for a photo listing on anyone (mle of course) they
are interested in. she's great; i'll be a referral, we buy most of our
photos from her. her address is as follows. oh, and they need to send a
self addressed stamped envelope for her to send them a photo listing. the
photos are on/off stage and are in full color. she's also got 8x10s and
lots of autographs.

photo world
p.o. box 20747
houston, tx 77225

love michelle


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hey y'all -

i hope no one thinks this posting is too self-indulgent - but i just wanted
to share some neat news.

i am an atlanta singer-songwriter and my independent cd is now featured in
rainy day records' "what's new" section.  (tammy fowler - 'making faces')
it's cool lookin' !  the influence of a+e upon me is noted in my little
synopsis section.

i've played at places that are probably familiar to alot of y'all - rdr, good
ol' days. eddie's, kalo's . . .   so i feel an odd kinship to this group
already. let's all geek out together !

(for those of y'all in the atlanta area, i'll be at the freight room on
friday, march 21 at 9:00 w/frank james and dry county.  i hope no one is mad
that i used up space to post this.  if i don't get positive feedback, i'll
probably not post anything like this again.  thanks for your patience! )

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my sister and i are new people to this mailing list. does anyone have any
tickets to sell for these shows or know how i can get tickets. i've tried
every way possible!!!

thanks,

rachel goldstein
ragold@wam.umd.edu

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on sun, 16 mar 1997, julianna minotty wrote:

> i was just thinking- "fire" is a word that the girls have used a
> lot in their songs!

he-heh...

betcha binky could tell you what "fire" means.... :)


anna

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><<  jan 1, 2001be the start of the emily millennium!!!
>  >>
>wow! i'm so excited! i'll actually still be young when the em
>millenium
>starts! as for the amy millenium, i have a feeling i'll be sort of
>watching
>that from above...or below! most likely the latter! "i am a probem
>child!
>been wild all my days!" well, i've filled my post quota so i'm gonna
>go to
>sleep now!
>julianna

who knows, people are living a lot longer these days.

jeremy

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ok, i have been gone for a little over a week, and i couldn't read the mass
mail that i got in my box, so if you sent me a private email, sorry....

wags, welcome to the list....that is really weird!!!;)

still trying to get these hands on some au tickets....hope a friend can come
through for me!!!

ok....more later...paper now!!!

peace all
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hey y'all,
just came back from the hofstra show, and since you all were interested in
hearing about the mhc show, i figured you'd all be just as interested
about this one, too.  i don't have real commentary comments (now, that's
redundant =), i'll leave that up to the expert concert goers (and that
means you, jen lucero!)  i must say, though, that this was my first ig
concert experience, and although i didn't enjoy it as much as i really
should have (booting is a very stressful experience, i totally respect all
of you past and future booters out there, whew!), i enjoyed it
none-the-less, it was awesome, if i may use that extremely over-used word.
they truly are amazing live, incredible, there's just a great vibe
eminating from the audience.  anyway, i did manage to record this concert
(thanks again to jen, for giving me advice on telling where to tell
my friend to stick it =), jen's a real trooper, in every sense of the
word!)
well, here's the set-list for you interested folks out there (of course,
andi can verify all of this for me since she was the lucky one who managed
to get one of the set-lists (that was the last thing i saw before i left
the very hot gym-- woo-hoo, andi!  you go, girl!) :
1. shame on you
2. it's alright
3. reunion
4. you and me of the 10,000 wars
5. pushing the needle too far
6. get out the map
7. shed your skin
8. everything in it's own time
9. land of canaan
10. galileo
11. scooter boys
12. leeds
13. don't give that girl a gun
14. cara mia
15. chickenman
(encore)
16. prince of darkness
17. chiapas bound
18. a ferron song (ferron and emily)
19. closer to fine

once i get this thing switched over to a pseudo-stereo format, i'll set up
a tape tree for this list.  but, if anyone is familiar with ferron's work
and knows the title of her song that she did with emily that starts off
with the line, "there's a quiet street in someone's town, i'm stranger's
feet, i mark my ground" (i think those are the lyrics), please email me
privately so i can have the correct title and give ferron the credit she
deserves (she's really good! to put it lightly)
other than that, i'll let everyone else fill you in on the details because
i'm sure that they'll be a lot more creative with their descriptions and
critiques (and jen, i hate to bring you up again, but i want your final
score for tonight's security, i know that they lost 4 points after the
disassembled the snake and created 2 separate lines =).

hoping that i'll be able to scrounge up some tickets for that release
party they're having at the bottom line (please please please please,
god),
veronica


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        "don't be afraid to open your eyes"
        maybe she's right
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some thoughts on tonite:

this was  only my fourth show and first general admin ....

i thought the crowd was speaking quite a bit..both during ferron and
ig...they only came alive when they heard something they knew ( galileo,
chickenman and ctf pretty much covers it)..what was a bit sadenning is groups
of people talking during new stuff and people leaving in the middle of
tunes...

i really liked the new songs..i had only heard caramia and dgtgag
before..people. i now know your pain regarding chiapas bound's
exclusion.....what a song...

the sight of emily with a banjo and overalls and amy with a mandolin was
interesting ...great sound..

it seemed that there is a big increase in the casual fan
contingent...energetically it takes something away from the experience..

although i had considered myself an "emily" person in the past..i am
radically restructuring that idea as we speak.

a fan gave emily a beer funnel (bong) which was addressed to "the ultimate
frat girl" or something of that nature...emily loved it...

emily said her sister was there..i think she was sitting on the sound
platform with her husband?

later

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well fellow listees, i think y'all are in for a treat when this new album
hits the racks and when the girls come to your town...

this was one of the best shows, re: good time, i've seen.  great
selection of songs (new and old, i'll leave a more intrepid listee to
copy out the set list), and the new tunes simply kick tuckus.  as a
diehard amy person, i was shocked that i liked all the new emily songs
(except maybe leeds--the piano they had was badly out of tune so i'm
holding back on final judgement), and amy's new stuff rocks out.

i was in my favorite spot, right in the front, stage amy, and my friend
asia and i met some very cool people.  we also didn't seem to have nearly
as much problem with people pushing up to the front that the mhc audience
spoke of...damn,it was cold out waiting on that line to get in.

some observations:

1.  wow, the crowd was young!  and, that i think might be a good thing.
if highschool age kids can get into the igs and learn some things about
tolerance, etc, the world might be a better place.

2.  cute moment of the night--emily plugging in her electric for the
first time (what kind of geetar is that anyway [not the strat she used
later]) and giving a maniacal grin and saying, "haha!"

3.  amy broke a low e string.  how on earth?

4.  how come nobody's mentioned that "get out the map" is a bluegrass
song?  and, a damn good one.

5.  amy is a much better guitar player.  she was simply smoking on some
of the rhythm parts in the new songs and i caught her playing lead at
least once.  and, her black martin is beat to hell---but, what was the
other accoustic she was using. blonde wood, smaller body than the
martins, and a really cool "metalic" tone...

6.  as noted, i'm really glad i'm not cooper.  dgtgag doesn't hold much
back.  great, freaking song.  as is chipas bound.

7.  ferron didn't know the cords to ctf...i'd never seen her before, and
i was a little let down...

8.  amy's not a bad mandolin player.

9.  and, lastly, which of you people <it had to be one of you> gave emily
the beer funnel?

oh, and one question...

1.  did anybody manage to get a boot?  they took my bateries away when
they frisked me at the door.

goodnight y'all...

peace,
bill

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subject:      re: amy ray article in march '97 "atlanta" magazine

moj <sam@intergate.net> (and her big mouth) wrote:
>
> if anyone would like me to snag them a copy or just wants more
information,
> feel free to e-mail me directly at sam@intergate.net
>
ok, my offer still stands, but because of the unanticipated demand (i guess
i'll never learn, eh?) i need to add this information to my original post:

first of all, this was posted to both the indigo girls newsgroup and the
indigo girls mailing list, neither of which i subscribe to.  this accounts
for how/why i missed all gazillion posts already made about this article.
:)

second, for those folks interested in obtaining a copy of the $3 magazine,
i'm asking for 2 tapes in return, which seems fair to me.  if you have
nothing to trade, you can send me $5 to cover the cost of the magazine plus
shipping.

finally, i can't be running all over town every day buying up dozens of
copies of this magazine, so i'm asking anyone who wants a copy to let me
know by this wednesday, march 19th.

please respond to me directly via e-mail.  my address is: sam@intergate.net

peace,

stacie
sam@intergate.net

house o' moj:   http://www.intergate.net/uhtml/sam/

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>it's amazing what boredom can do to a girl. i was just thinking- "fire" is a
>word that the girls have used a lot in their songs!

and don't forget their numerous references to blood. ;) i got the biggest
kick out of this review i found on the lifeblood site. no author credited:
------------------------------------
   november 1989 -- audio magazine

   the songs are all so heartfelt i could puke.
   actually, no, i like heartfelt. i think it's because indigo girls are
   so humorless and pained. every other song has a preoccupation with
   spilt blood. aside from the previously mentioned excerpt (from "love's
   recovery"), the lyric protagonist says her "blood is running dry"
   ("land of canaan"), her heart has "bled upon my sleeve" ("prince of
   darkness"), and "in the ink of an eye" (whatever that is), she "saw
   you bleed" ("secure yourself"). why doesn't it surprise me to find a
   song titled "blood and fire"?

   once they get past this whiny, bloody stage, indigo girls should have
   a lot to say. with any luck, they'll learn from the album's interminable
   closer, "history of us," and not keep going on with their point after
   they've made it over and over and over and ov...
------------------------------------
if you want to read the entire review, it's at:

http://www.hidwater.com/lifeblood/articles/8911c.html

hmm, and 6 years later we have "blood quantum" and the reference to
bleeding on the hotel sheets in "leeds" ... guess they're still in that
bloody stage. ;)

kristina

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it was too intense to even try to type, i wouldn't do it justice.  we
waited in the bitter cold starting at 10:15 a.m....i thought i was waiting
like that just for the listee bonding experience...figured i wouldn't even
consider doing it on my own....but it's worth three times that wait to be
able to watch their faces.  wow.  this was my second show...the first time
(newport '96) i sat far back with my parents (dad reading a java book
during the whole set!) and it was certainly a good show--hearing it's
alright and knowing i'd just received lyrics my life was looking for was a
pretty incredible feeling--but it can't compare to the power of being
close up, of being able to watch their faces and their movements at each
lyric and chord.


it wasn't all perfect of course.  part of me does think that anyone should
be able to see a show, and that simply showing your dedication by waiting
so long should net you a good spot, but there is something seriously wrong
with this world when there is someone in the front row who is not only
screaming "we missed you amy!!!!!!!" between every song, screeching and
clapping at really inappropriate moments, and talking loudly to security
at the beginning of don't give that girl a gun (oh, man, "sorry about
that" just doesn't cut it on that one) but then starts screaming "stream
of consciousness, amy!!!!"  like, what the fuck???????  if you know what a
stream of consciousness is you have to know that you can't request it.  i
was ready to smack the girl, pound her, rip her throat out for the sake of
amy and emily and everyone around me and art and artists everywhere, and i
am never violent.  i think the only reason i *didn't* do it was because i
was afraid amy or emily would see it and be distracted or shaken or at the
least lose their focus and concentration, and that would affect more
people in a worse way than the girl's screams.  i tell ya, i wish amy had
heard it and just gone off on them.  amy'd do it better than i am, i'm
sure, and *then* the little ass would know what a stream of consciousness
was all about.  i am warning you all now, if i ever have to hear any shit
like that coming from you and distracting me at a concert, i will get
violent.  if i get thrown out of the show for it, so be it...i can't let
that kind of behavior go.  i understand some people are ignorant and not
everyone can get what amy and emily are about (not that i claim to know
all, but i do connect to a lot and i am humbled just watching) but if you
don't get it then keep your mouth shut.  ignorance does piss me off--i
admit it--but the way that girl was acting was downright disrespectful.  i
don't know if amy could hear her during the show (i couldn't read amy's
face well enough to tell for sure) but i *really* hope she didn't because
no one should have their art and their spiritual link (my interpretation
of what chickenman is) insulted in that way.  if any of y'all *don't*
understand what's so insulting about it, let me educate you, i'll be glad
to do it, but if i ever experience that kind of behavior from a listee
there *will* be blood shed, and i'll be writing to amy and emily afterward
explaining exactly why.

rant off.  i hate having to write negative stuff but i wouldn't be worth
much as a writer and an artist if i couldn't or didn't do it when
necessary.  i think (hope?) most of you can understand that.

back to the good stuff...jen lucero is a badass....i'll be indebted to her
for a looong time...the woman *knows* how to do a concert the right way.
and man oh man, if you ever get a chance to watch jen's face when amy is
at her utmost...wow.  do you know what it's like when someone understands
something in a way you don't but you can get a glimmer of what she's
seeing just by watching as she sees?  i was torn between watching jen and
watching amy....do you ask for insight from someone who's got it or hope
and try to reach that point on your own?  and then emily's face during
the first two lines of chickenman, watching amy....there aren't words for
it but in part it's how i think most of us watch amy, only more so.
makes me wish i could be there when amy gets a song of emily's for the
first time.  i don't think you'd get that understanding of amy towards
emily just watching a concert...it's part of why they are so different.
as i interpret them, amy is at her utmost while performing and emily is
while writing...or while just having written, i'm still not sure which
because i don't know about how emily's mind works when she writes.  it's
something i'd like to learn, to ask her about someday....partly to
understand and partly because what i learn about other writers' processes
helps my own writing.

i'll let jen post the setlist and tell you all about the funnel (probably
the funniest part of the show).  or maybe erica will tell you all about
the funnel.

andi, rebekah, and tina...i'm glad we were all there together and i'll
tell you each later about how those cards got to where i wanted them to
go.  erica....it was really good to meet you and i must say i love your
sense of humor.  stephen....i'm glad we got to talk and i am sincerely
looking forward to seeing your work when you've got something you think
is worth showing me.  jen...thanks doesn't do it justice, but thanks.  it
was a real privilege watching you in action.  whenever you're up for
another drive to philly and some good conversation, get in touch....next
time i'm treating you to a billybob's cheesesteak.


yours,
henry beatitudes
a.k.a. audrey beth stein
*who hopes she was able to share a bit of the magic with you all through
this post.


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top o' the morning to y'all!  first off, a very happy st. paddy's day to
all you irish people and irish wannabe's (at least for a day!)

well, i couldn't stand it anymore, so i emailed jude shabry about the
!@#$%^&* dup messages....here's what she said...i think they'll be stopping
soon.


>from: jude shabry <jude@netris.org>
>to: jcyr@mit.edu (joan m. cyr)
>subject: re: the list is sending duplicate messages
>reply-to: jude shabry <jude@netris.org>
>date: fri, 14 mar 1997 10:06:17 -0800
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>
>jcyr@mit.edu (joan m. cyr) writes:
>> jude:
>>
>> somethings up with the list.  we have been getting duplicate messages today
>> with this blurb at the end:
>>
>> #############################
>> notice:
>>
>> this message was found in a dead-letter box and appears to be for you.
>> if you have already gotten a copy of this message, we beg your tolerance.
>>
>> the unix systems group
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>>
>> my guess is since the list was held yesterday, a lot of messages got dumped
>> into the dead-letter box and now it's being emptied.
>>
>> can you let me know if i'm right?  if not, what's going on?  inquiring
>> minds want to know!  :o)


>actually, the problem has to do with listserv quirks that happen when
>we upgrade witht he latest update.  a bunch of messages were found
>in the dead-letter box, and we weren't sure if listserv had actuallly
>sent them yet, so they were distributed..
>
>    -jude

thought y'all would like to know....again, happy st. paddy's day to ya!
time for a wee bit o' the creature to staht off the day...a nice irish
coffee maybe?

have a good one!

joni  :o)

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in a message dated 97-03-17 02:24:24 est, you write:

<< > i was just thinking- "fire" is a word that the girls have used a
> lot in their songs!

he-heh...

betcha binky could tell you what "fire" means.... :)

  >>
no.... i'm not even going to go there...nope...uh-uh };)
but i wonder if there will be any fire themes in the
ellen"s show now ????????
heh, heh
miss binky

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so ii have this friend who claims that different countriews have
different flavors of pez candies ( are ya all familiar??) and these
countries don't export..
soooooooooo i'm trying to see just how many nations i can get to check
the pez supply for me
have a friend in so africa..i hope its not water buffalo or wildabeast
flavor but.hey..it would be something new...
any help would be greatly appreciated
pooh
( see marce..i told ya so!!)

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hey guys! i hopped on the epiccenter site, (http://www.epiccenter.com/) and=
lo and behold .. found this under the headline "top news":

indigo girls tour ahead of new album release


on april 29, 1997, epic recording duo indigo girls will release shaming

of the sun =96 the sixth full-length album of their career, and their first=
new

studio recordings since swamp ophelia. on march 12 in south hadley,

massachusetts, indigo girls will begin a headlining tour of us colleges

and universities. amy ray and emily saliers of indigo girls co-produced

shaming of the sun with david leonard, with some tracks produced by

peter collins. both men worked with the indigos on swamp ophelia

collins also produced the indigos' 1992 album, rites of passage. the

new album contains twelve new original songs, including the premier single

and "don't give that girl a gun." guest musicians on shaming of the

sun include steve earle, lisa germano, dallas austin, andy stochansky

(drummer, the ani difranco band), josh freese (drummer, social

distortion/paul westerberg), native american artist ulali, and members

of atlanta indie bands smoke and rock-a-teens. also on board are

indigos stalwarts jerry marotta (drums) and sara lee (bass).scholastic

inc. and indigo girls currently are engaged in a search for the best young

lyric writer in the country. in april, amy and emily will choose the best,

most creative lyrics from among the "write lyrics" contest's tens of

thousands of entries written by junior high and high school students from

across the nation. the indigos will travel to the grand prize winner's

school to perform a live concert. contest info and tour dates on the

indigo girls website. just click the headline to go there.=20


03/13/199711:42:58 by af

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


isn't this exciting???? i was excited. this is on the main epiccenter page,=
then when you go to the ig page, i noticed this tidbit of information ..=
it's already been kicked around slightly on the list.


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

you will also be able to see

them on the rosie o'donnell show, late night with david letterman

and a pay-per-view special feature in june. more info to follow.=20

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


oh and hey .. a huge thanks to audrey beth stein for the wonderful work she=
put into the listee site, here's that address again:=
http://www.stwing.upenn.edu/~abstein/listees/index.shtml


and a huge thanks for the plug she gave my page *blush* here's another=
shameless one from me *grin* http://area51.homecom.com/~raine (best seen=
with netscape frames/javascript capable (don't forget to fill out the=
guestbook!))


also, if you've sent me any personal mail at this address over the weekend,=
please resend it as some janitor unplugged my computer and it may not have=
come through *grumble grumble*


merry monday,

rainishly amy


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greetings listees!

i just got back from spring break to find a bunch of posts about the psu
show.  the concert committee still has not announced the show, which has
upset a lot of people (practicallythe whole campus knows now).  supposedly,
we have not gotten final confirmation on the april 15th date.  it is very
unusual for them to wait this long, less than a month away.  people are
beginning to question our leadership.  anyway, i'll keep you posted as
promised.  tickets will be on sale for penn state students only for one day
before going on sale for everyone else (or at least that is standard
practice), and will most likely be available through bryce jordan as well
as rec hall.  not sure about prices or opening act yet, possibly lift from
atlanta.  'tis rumored that this is not a full band ig show, just a
"pre-tour tour."  that we don't know either.  if anyone has questions,
please email me personally.

joy and pez,

mike

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greetings to all in indigo land!!!

well, i am presently squinting at my monitor, wondering how i survived
a 4 hour drive back from hofstra last night, and am not still asleep.

the show rocked!!!  amy looked so sweet!!  red jeans, lower east side
needle exchange t-shirt and some red polka-dotted shirt over it; emily,
overalls and a turtleneck and bball hat.  enough of the fashion update.

they had a lot of energy!!  it was a very diferent show from mhc, a much
bigger audience, pretty talkitive too, which was fairly annoying during
slower numbers like dgtgag, leeds and everything in its own time.  they
did rock it up a lot with shed your skin, scooter boys, cara mia, it's
alright, land of canaan, chickenman, reunion, galileo and of course ctf.
it was a great blend of old and new.  i was so psyched when they did
pushing the needle too far and 10,000 wars!!  and chiapas.....why, why
is this not on shaming of the sun????  i almost cried, it was so moving!!

as for ga, this is the last ga show i will ever attend (of course that
is what i say now).  too many heads in the way for short people (me),
no seats, too much talking, and waiting in line for hours at ubsurd
temperatures, can't do it anymore.  i am so glad that unh is reserved,
i want my sister to have a great first ig concert experience, not
having to worry about getting steped on or not seeing, she is shorter
than me.

if anyone from hofstra has an extra poster that people were carrying
around (i guess people said they got them from their dorms) i would
love one!  email me and we can work something out, a tape trade perhaps.

hope everyone who is going to see a show in the future has a blast!!

take care and peace!

-deb

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kristina wrote:
>
> >it's amazing what boredom can do to a girl. i was just thinking- "fire" is a
> >word that the girls have used a lot in their songs!

> ***in this thread--for what's it's worth (love buffalo springfield)--as an old "nam vet who has seen his share of fire and blood---excuse mixing my metaphors--but a nam saying "fire in the hole"----is what i shall say is not what i think all the fire references come from, at least ar's---
---in watershed, she related how a childhood experience of the setting
of the cats on fire----which i think was her doing it----has affected
all her writing, thinking and life.
---i know it's a downer buy hey so is the other one *sorry for the pun*
rw

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hey kind friends~

        tickets went on sale through the dillard's box office at 10am this
morning for the texas christian university (tcu) show in fort worth, texas
on april 10th.  the telephone number is 1-800-654-9545.
        there are still some front row seats left!  i know cause i just got
one <nyik, nyik> ;)
        see y'all in cowtown april 10th!!!!!! :) :)

amy wishes and emily dreams~
tony

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date:         mon, 17 mar 1997 13:35:26 pst
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subject:      re: post-hofstra-post

       i totally agree.  i couldn't believe what i was hearing from the audience.
when they said "were going to play a new song for ya" i actually heard part of
the audience, off to the left,  moan "no".   i was so dissapointed by this display.

the girls were so appreciative.  they said thank you after almost every song.  i thought
they would have to come out in the middle of ferron and tell everyone to shut up!

dispite my dissapointment in the crowd i was still in awe.  this was my first ig concert.
i woke up this morning with post ig depression.  i want to go back!  emily also said
that she doesn't remember ever funneling a beer but amy keeps telling her she did.
  at one point emily started a song as one of the tech crew was trying to give her
a new plug for the guitar.  she stopped and said some thing like "oh wait i just have to
switch my plug."  amy kept telling us that the new songs were still hard for them to play.
you would never know.  the new songs seem to come to them as easily as the old.

i can't say any more with out becoming incoherent.  i am still in complete awe.

heather

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date:         mon, 17 mar 1997 13:48:01 -0500
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subject:      hofstra, thank you anna
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well folks, here's yet another unsolicited hofstra account.  but first a
huge thank you to anna creech.  i had asked her last week to send me a
copy of the las cruces boot from aug. so i could familiarize myself with
the new tunes before the hofstra show.  she somehow managed to get it to
me by fri. so i got to listen to it the entire bus ride home from ithaca
to long island and by the time of the concert i was singing along.
anna, you rock!
   now for the show.  i went with my dad (i bought him the tix for his
49th birthday which was thursday.)  going in he was a galileo/ctf fan and
nothing more.  after pushing the needle however, he had his jaw open
going, "wow, they're awesome!" and by the end of the night he admitted to
having been converted.
    i'm sorry to say i didn't get to meet any other listees.  in
coordinating schedules with my father, i really didn't have any time
before or after.  i was probably standing about 12 feet behind some of
you on line since i got there around 4:30 (god was it cold - a round of
applause to my dad (who thinks he was the oldest person there) for
sticking it out when he wasn't even a big fan and for smiling and letting
me pretend that the show had been his birthday present and not mine.)  in
any case, hope to meet some of you folks another time.
    the audience was obnoxious but not quite as bad as the crowd at the
roseland in aug.  it was the biggest problem during ferron's opener.  the
people who were talking the whole time did everyone a great disservice.
themselves because they missed out on a really wonderful songwriter.  i
had never heard her before but was very impressed.  they also were
annoyance to those of us trying to listen.  they were rude to ferron and
also to a&e who by having her open were saying, 'here's a woman we think
is really talented, she's also a friend of ours and we hope you like her
too.' in being disrespectful to ferron, the people behing me were being
disrespectul to a&e as well when they said stuff like "i didn't come here
to listen to this, i want the indigo girls."  yeah, i'm sure a&e would
appreciate that sentiment.

     back to happier things, i can't wait for the new album!  when i
first heard the new tunes in aug. i wasn't that impressed.  i have no idea
what i was thinking.  this album is going to rock!  i don't think there's
a weak song in the bunch.  i can't wait to hear cara mia with the band.
i think my favorite is going to be dgtgag though i'm not sure i like the
new part (take your first shot...)
      i guess since i was also listening to the 87 chapel hill boot this
weekend (another cheer for anna) i was particularly struck by how much the
girls have grown over the years. given how great they were even then,
it's just mind boggling.
      i guess i'll start wrapping this up since people in other parts of
the country and world probably don't care about the specifics of one
particular concert (especially if they are not fortunate enough themselves
to have ig touring near them anytime soon.)  but inshort, great setlist,
the new stuff is awesome, all around great show!
    oh, and the electric cello player with ferron (sorry, didn't catch
her name) - wow!
    by the way, does anyone know what happened to the girl who fainted?
it wasn't any of you, was it?

                         -colleen

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date:         mon, 17 mar 1997 13:55:38 -0500
reply-to:     simply v <vjt8118@is4.nyu.edu>
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hey y'all, i was going to set up a tree, but i decided that since i have a
master on a disc, less would be lost through all of the generations, blah
blah blah, so here's what i'm gonna do.  i'm gonna be the tree (ooh, don't
i feel powerful! =) but, anyway, if you want a copy of this show, just
send a 100min blank and a sase to:

veronica tom
85 ascan avenue
forest hills, ny 11375

if you want to set up a trade, that's fine.  just email me privately.
but, if you don't want to trade, that's fine, too.
i must warn you kids, though, that this was my first time booting, and
well, i guess i made the typical freshman mistakes.  first, those friggin'
mini-disc recorders sure suck up a lot of juice, so during cara mia, after
the last verse during last chorus, you'll notice that there's a lot of
jumping, only it won't sound like it unless you listen to the words (very
smooth transition =).  that's when i noticed that my batteries were dead.
and then, of course, i had to slyly change the batteries, so the very very
beginnning of chickenman, the part where amy sings, "you are an only
child..." was left out.  and also, hold on folks, there's one more little
mistake, i had to change discs, so the very beginning of prince of
darkness was left out, but before emily started singing any of the verses.
and that's it.  other than that, everything else is fine.  i was in the
very front, right by the speaker, so the sound quality's pretty good, not
too much shreiking, can actually hear emily and amy sing reunion
(woo-hoo!), got the mono problem solved, thanks to the very patient guy at
radio shack, (everyone go to your nearest radio shack and give the guys a
pat on the back, they're so underappreciated).  so, anyway, thanks for
letting me rambling on...

veronica

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        "don't be afraid to open your eyes"
        maybe she's right
                                -- tori amos
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date:         mon, 17 mar 1997 13:58:36 -0500
reply-to:     cec8@cornell.edu
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subject:      mm tomorrow in nyc
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is anyone going or thinking about going to see michelle malone tomorrow
night?  in case you don't know, here's the deal.  she's playing at the fez
but their recording (212) 533-2680 has the gig listed as david poe and
michelle malone so i don't know which, if either is headliningg, if it's a
completely split show, or if they're actually playing together, or what.
anyone know anything about david poe?  (is he on daemon records?) in any
case, cover is $10, doors open at 9:30.  fez is at 380 lafayette st.
between e. 4th and e. 3rd.
   i haven't decided whether i'm going or not but i'm thinking about it.
i mean, ig last night, ani on wed., it's a lot of stuff.  plus, i'm only
home on spring break so none o my friends are home really so i'm just not
sure.  so if anyone else is considering it too, email me and maybe we can
coordinate somehow.  (i've got this silly idea in the back of my head that
a and/or e might show up, cause hey, they're stil in town right?)

                happy st. paddy's day everyone!

                     -colleen (whose name means little irish girl)

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date:         mon, 17 mar 1997 14:39:02 -0500
reply-to:     audrey beth stein <abstein@force.stwing.upenn.edu>
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subject:      igc & badasses on the web
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i've added the "ramblings" section and a link to the igboston badass list
party web page to the listee page.

http://www.stwing.upenn.edu/~abstein/listees/index.shtml


the rambling is essentially about the list, my interpretation of our
community.  i wrote it partly because i want amy and emily to be able to
feel more comfortable and good about the list rather than being weirded
out, which i think it's really easy to be when all you know is what's
posted.  the igboston badass list party web page is quite cool, although
i think i'll get a little more out of it when i go back and look with a
graphical browser.  (lynx rocks but i admit it does have it's limits ;)


also, i've got a work-in-progress on my main page, writing about emily
and amy and me and the creative process.  i excerpted my earlier post of
the day as part of that, and i'll be adding more...i'm trying to sort
through it all in my mind.  i think i'm just going to work on this on my
page, rather than posting it to the list, so if you are interested more
in what i'm thinking you might want to bookmark the page and check it
every so often.

take care y'all,
audrey
*whose right shoulder is incredibly sore but she can't remember banging
it last night.  kinda like emily and the beer funneling i guess.  <*grin*>


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hey y'all, just realized that i forgot to mention that if you're sending
me a blank, just tell me what i'm dubbing for you because i'm dubbing
stuff other than this for people, and all 100min blanks look the same to
me =) thanks

veronica


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        "don't be afraid to open your eyes"
        maybe she's right
                                -- tori amos
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date:         mon, 17 mar 1997 14:47:14 -0500
reply-to:     lisa nordeen <nordeelm@caa.mrs.umn.edu>
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i have a quick question.  when i was in mpls. this weekend i heard one of
the radio stations say something about a cd release party for the ig.
anyone have the info on this?

thanks,
lisa
lisa nordeen
head women's basketball coach
university of minnesota, morris
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the
only thing that keeps us distant is that i keep fucking up."
-amy ray

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subject:      tcu concert

i just got tickets for the tcu concert.  i'm so psyched!  especially after
reading all the other posts.  i'm just confused how tony could get first row
tickets when i was at the box office when it opened and the best i could get
was row p.  oh well, i don't care, as long as i'm going.

i have a question for all you boot experts.  i've done it once and was
completely paranoid the whole time.  how do y'all do it.  what's the best way
to smuggle it in and everything.  after last time i said i wouldn't do it
again because it wasn't worth the stress, but i think i'm going to eat those
words.  any tips would be appreciated.  thanks!

dena

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date:         mon, 17 mar 1997 15:57:44 -0500
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subject:      i am sure lots of people are asking this but...

does anyone know of any west coast dates yet?

-larissa

my earthlink account died, so here i am back again with my old aol (ick)
account, nice to be with yall again!

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cool.

if someone finds out when that's gonna be, let us know please!!

or just let me know.

(maybe no one else is a lover of rosie)

-lariss

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date:         mon, 17 mar 1997 16:12:02 -0500
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subject:      re: mm tomorrow in nyc

in a message dated 97-03-17 14:14:22 est, you write:

>    i haven't decided whether i'm going or not but i'm thinking about it.
>  i mean, ig last night, ani on wed., it's a lot of stuff.  plus, i'm only
>  home on spring break so none o my friends are home really so i'm just not
>  sure.  so if anyone else is considering it too, email me and maybe we can
>  coordinate somehow.  (i've got this silly idea in the back of my head that
>  a and/or e might show up, cause hey, they're stil in town right?)

agh!!!!!!!!  you're sitting here debating whether or not to see michelle
malone?!?!?!?!  i live in atlanta, so i get to see her all the time, and i
still go to every show.  i saw her two nights in a row last week... does this
tell you anything about what an incredible show you'd be missing if you
didn't go?!?!  i wish i could explain to you what an incredible songwriter
she is, what an amazing voice she has, the power of some of her songs... i
wish i could do that, but you'd really have to see it for yourself.  she's
the one who puts ig in second place on my list of favourites... go see
her!!!!!!!! (and boot it if you would. =)  unfortunately my trip to nc to see
her this week was plenty of traveling... i don't think it would be feesible
for me to go to ny. ;)  i hate to miss a show, though...)  peace, love, and
butter biscuits, sarah

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subject:      *nigc* ani virgin!! help!

ok ok......i've been hearing about the fabulous ani difranco for about 2
years now. i think it's time for me to get off my tuckus and start buying
some cds!! i was wondering what cd would be best to start off with. i've
heard "dilate" is her newest, and best. but sometimes older stuff is
better.....so anyone who has a clue, puh-lease pass it along to me?
thanks!!

-liz-

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hey all--great to hear all the feedback about the shows.  makes the list so
readable once again.  we really have been dying for concerts and new
material for like 2 years now.  bout time!

onto the purpose of my post--i already have a small list of folks who want
to meet up before going to the davenport show on the 28th.  in case people
didn't get my other post about this (it was buried in a flame) i am sending
it again.  if you are going to this show and would like to meet up for a
very informal hello at a coffeehouse beforehand please let me know so i can
send you info about where it is etc.  those who i have already written
need not respond again.  looking forward to ig venturing out west soon soon
soon.

greg

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mixed emotions of hofstra...

as far asa the show went, i think it was the best i've seen.  this was my
ninth, and as jen said, amy seemed almost giddy.  in the past (at least on
the so tour) they seemed to shy away from anything pre-rop, but amy and
emily brought out the big guns with prince of darkness and canaan.  the
canaan--galileo--scooter boys segment was rockin'.

unfortunately, the hofstra organizers were in total disarray.  those of us
who had been waiting since 10:30 or so suddenly have the same line position
as someone who arrives atr 2:00???  please!  the problem the hofstra people
had with the orignal line was...that it made sense!  then they decide to
open another set of doors.  "the firsat half of the line start at this door
and the second half line up at that one."  insanity, i tell you.  and how i
ended up slistening to the sound check at the door with people who showed
up at 2:00 i'll never know.

but please don't misunderstand me...it was all good becuase i was still
front and center, for their best show i've seen.
stephen

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hi..anyone  going to this gig..i plan to and would like to meet up with
fellow listees. in fact i have 2 tix and reservations at serrano's, but
my crazy friend can't go and none of my other friends are willing to
drive an hour up from maryland and back. so if any one wants a free tix
and meal you are welcome to join me . email me privately

(an old fart)
marilyn

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

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

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date:         mon, 17 mar 1997 18:04:11 -0500
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hi..  i have two friends who are looking for two decent seats at unh...
anyone want to sell two tickets?

margaret

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subject:      honor the earth/amy update
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hey hey--

just thought i'd let y'all know that thanks to nicole, tony, lori (hi sweets), and dena, the hte/amy donation pot is officially off and running with a whoppin' $45...

we'd like to be able to present a total to hte by april 10th, so if you're planning on donating, please don't procrastinate.

hmmm...what else?   ...lessee...if you're on the list you most likely know all about honor the earth by now, but just in case you're new or would simply like to further that ever-increasing knowledge (fight complacency!), let me know and i'll send you info.  i've got a veritable plethora of pamphlets and petitions...

and....i guess that's it.

in a rare moment of seriousness though, we really would appreciate your help on this one y'all.  it's not asking much, and as lori put it, what better way to support a great cause and thank a great artist.  in any case,  i'm gonna keep on plugging until you all either cave or go insane, soooo...choice is yours.

you guys are champs.  amy'll love it.

...wheels in motion...
-greta

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the birthday goddess humbly apologizes, but she forgot the list today,
could be that she was terribly busy finishing schoolwork... sorry, sorry,
sorry, but she's staying away from school (and thus, computers) for 2
weeks, so the rest of the march bdays will have to wait.
actually, if there's someone wonderful who could take over this
not-too-monumental (really!) task, that would be very good.
peace and long birthday seasons,
the bg

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hey y'all, sorry for wasting bandwidth, but i'm looking for heather
husted, are you out there, kid?  please email me.

veronica


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hi,

i've only just signed back onto the list so forgive me if this has
already been covered. is there a uk release date yet, or plans to
tour the uk?

thanks


karen west
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hello to all in ig land!

i was lucky enough to snag one of the 4 small promo posters for
shaming of the sun from the wall at the hofstra show.  does anyone
know anything about the cute dolls that look like amy and emily
that is in the poster.  it is really cute, not to mention, amy
and emily look awesome in their shot as well.  it says look for the
new indigo girls release shaming of the sun, in stores tuesday
april 29, 1997.  i can't wait to see the artwork and photos.

take care and peace!

-deb

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to whom this may concern:
  please put me on your indigo girls mailing list.  include info about the
fan club too.

thanks!
discusstar@aol.com

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i thought it was time for me to post a little review of the hofstra show.
i would have posted last night, but i was so tired by the time i got home.
i'll try not to repeat what other people have said.  it was great to meet
listees both at jen's little list party & waiting in line.  it was my
second ig show, & i thought it was amazing!!!  it was so much better than
the first show i saw b/c i knew all the new songs this time & b/c i was so
close up.  seeing a&e from the front row definitely made waiting all day in
the cold weather well worth it.  and b/c i was so close up, i didn't notice
anyone talking during the new songs like i did at my first concert.  of
course the girl screaming near me was annoying, but overall, everyone
around me was pretty respectful.  amy made eye contact w/ me & i swear she
smiled right at me which was so cool!  the chronicle, hofstra's newspaper
said that they sold out the show, clearing nearly 4000 tickets.  the last
time they sold out a show was in 1985.  there's also a great picture of a&e
in the chronicle.  i was in the bathroom when the posters were passed out,
so i was really sad that i didn't get one.  but before the show, i asked a
nice public safety guy if there were any left.  he checked & came back &
said there weren't any left, but then he brought me one during the show!
everyone was just too nice!

veronica wrote:

<<andi can verify all of this for me since she was the lucky one who managed
to get one of the set-lists (that was the last thing i saw before i left
the very hot gym-- woo-hoo, andi!  you go, girl!) :>>

yeah, that was such a highlight of the night for me!  i think sully told
this security guy to pass it back to me b/c i was jumping & calling her
name.  everyone else said it was b/c she thought i was cute.  who knows? :)
jen also managed to snag a setlist, but hers was a little crumpled...she
said she liked it that way though!

here's what my setlist says:

1. shame on you
2. it's alright
3. reunion
4. 10,000 wars
5. pushin the needle [i wonder where the "g" went!]
6. get out the map
7. shed your skin
8. everything in its own [picture of a little clock]
9. land of canaan
10. galileo
11. scooter boys
12. leeds                a
13. don't give that girl gun [the "a" is above the "gun"]
14. cara mia
15. chickenman
16. prince of darkness

1. chiapas bound
2. our purpose here [the ferron song]
3. closer to fine

it also tells the key a&e play in, sometimes the instrument (if it's not
acoustic guitar, i guess), & how the lights should be (up, ballad, spooky,
spanish, country up, gabriel up, patti smith up, stormy sky, sad, big,
long).  i'm sad that "alright" is still spelled incorrectly, but oh well.
i usually like e's songs better, but a's new ones really rock.  i love
scooter boys, & chiapas bound is so powerful.  i too am really sad that it
won't be on sots.  also, it seemed like a was looking for e to come out &
sing on the end of cb like she did at mhc, but she didn't, which made the
song even sadder than it already was.  but she did say that it was a love
song.

andrew wrote:

<<a fan gave emily a beer funnel (bong) which was addressed to "the ultimate
frat girl" or something of that nature...emily loved it...>>

i think it said "to emily 'the original frat girl'" on one side and
"hofstra 3/16/97" on the other.  emily really seemed to like it
though...she said it was the best gift she'd ever gotten or something.  but
i think the people who gave it to her should post about it!

audery wrote:

<<back to the good stuff...jen lucero is a badass....i'll be indebted to her
for a looong time...the woman *knows* how to do a concert the right way.>>

i completely agree here.  jen managed to get us there early enough for an
amazing spot, keep us relatively warm, & entertain us w/ stories, & i will
love her forever for it.  jen deserves a fan club for all she did for us!

deb wrote show:

<<amy looked so sweet!!  red jeans, lower east side
needle exchange t-shirt and some red polka-dotted shirt over it; emily,
overalls and a turtleneck and bball hat. >>

i find it interesting that a&e wore similar outfits at hofstra & mhc.  a
wore the lower east side needle exchange t-shirt both times, & e wore what
looks like the same overalls & hat.  (i wasn't at mhc, but i saw pictures
from it.)

overall, the concert was so cool, & i can't wait to get the boot!

:)

andi

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hey y'all,

just thought i'd give some more encouragement to those who are debating
over sending in your donation.  we have all admired amy and emily for
all of their work to help this world.  now we all have a chance to give
amy (and emily in july) a present to show her just how much she has
helped out and inspired us.  this is a chance to actually do something
to help solve some of the problems that are going on in this country and
others.  this project is very simple, just send $5 or more to greta and
that's it, you're done!  if you're thinking that you don't have the
money to do this, all you need is $5.  i sold a bunch of my cd's this
week so that i could donate some money for this and have money for the
rest of the month (you don't have to do this, i was just showing you
that it is important and able to be done). so, everybody who hasn't run
out there and put your donation in the mail, go, now! =)
just think how great you'll feel knowing that you were a part of this
present.  when amy gets the present imagine how great she'll feel
knowing that all of us pulled together to create this.  think of the
smile on her face- that should be reason enough to donate.  not to
mention all of the great things that hte does (check out the web site at
http://www.honorearth.com".

here's the info in case you missed it:

send your donation to:

honor the earth
c/o greta gohn
p.o. box 502
chimacum, wa 98325

checks and money orders made payable to honor the earth.  foreign
currency is fine.  write "amy's birthday" or "amy donation" on the
envelope and include a note saying how much you have sent.  if you want
to be on the list of people who donated, email me at
"mandi96@airmail.net"  if you have any other questions just let me know.

thanks y'all!

okay, i'm done.  sorry about the bandwidth.

love and big amy smiles!
mandi

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*whimper*

"mama, when are them girls gonna come play for meeeee?"

as soon as i know of a concert anywhere near me i'm going to go camp
out at the ticket place.  even if they don't go on sale until three
weeks later.  i just hafta see them.  i just hafta!

i love reading y'all's posts about the concerts, but they're really
making me need to go to one, and i can't right now!

anna

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is trying to please everybody."  -bill cosby


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        hi y'all,

        well, i must say my ears are burning right now!!  thanks to everyone who
came to the tiny list party (we'll have to do that again...), who kept me
company in the less-than-desirable wait for our front row spots and for
hanging around afterwards...now y'all should stop talking about me cause i
might get embarrassed!! <g>

        anyway...the show...as audrey said, we got there very early...second
behind stephen...and proceeded to hang around in thirty degree weather for
almost nine hours.  y'all are troopers!!  as was mentioned, hofstra
security was way ahead of holyoke when they set up the zig-zag
barricade...but then lost many points when they divided the line and gave
people who had arrived much, much later equal chance to enter first.  but
the company was good...and the sorority women from hofstra were more than
entertaining!!  we played football in the parking lot, listened to mapped
and waved at the people who drove by and yelled we were crazy...

        emily and amy arrived separately...em with her sister and parents...amy in
a huge black town car...deb already gave you the fashion report...

        the doors opened at 7:00pm and 45 seconds <g> later we had secured our
spots at the barricade directly in front of where amy would be...security
was good...but got lazy after the first few people in the door...

        for those interested...the venue set up was good for a gym...main stage,
sound mix stage and two giant screens on either side of the stage.  but the
testosterone level in the pit security personnel was very high...but it was
a humorous distraction for the wait...oh, and the venue was sold out at
4,000 tix...

        ferron's set was very good, despite sound problems and her first song was
"it won't take  long"...she was joined by an electric cello player and
another acoustic guitar player that ripped up the solos.  the audience in
general was pretty rude and talked through the entire set...and it was
obvious that she noticed.
        oh one side note...emily came out and introduced her...basically saying
behave yourselves and listen quietly...obviously it didn't sink in.

        the girl's came on at 9:40pm and immediately rocked the house with "shame
on you"...amy also plays some of the lead guitar part in this...and the
verse "road block tripping..." ended the song.  emily began the song on the
banjo then switched to acoustic.

        next was "it's alright" and it wasn't as good as the holyoke show...my
opinion of course.  i don't think they were quite warmed up yet...and the
sound system kept feeding back on their monitors...and the audience was
being very rude.  and amy said earlier she was tired...but just the same,
the song was incredible...but i think there are very few people who know
the line after "you hate me cause i'm different/you hate me cause i'm
gay..."  <g>  this is also one of the songs where emily gets to play with
her new reverb toy...which basically allows her acoustic guitar to play
like an electric..."toys for girls" (mhc show...)

        "reunion" was next, then "you and me of the 10,000 wars"...very intense
performances but some not very smart person threw flowers up on stage that
were lighted up...the one near emily landed in front of the monitors and
barely noticeable...but the one meant for amy landed practically at her
feet and it spooked her.  she was out of sync for a little while...and not
happy.

        "pushing the needle too far" was next...very intense and wrenching...but
at times the audience was singing so loudly that they were echoing off the
back walls...
        "get out the map" was great as well...and emily was having fun playing.  a
constant smile was on her face as she picked on that banjo...and amy had
another mini-solo on the mandolin.
        "shed your skin" came next...rocking!!!  i can't wait to get the tab
figured out to this song!!
        next came "everything in it's own time"...once again, amy played the lead
for some of it...

        okay time for the funnel story...at the holyoke show, in the intro before
"cut it out" amy talks about a bar in alaska called darwin's theory...and
how the bartender would pour shots and make you drink them.  and amy would
pour it onto the floor every time he looked away.  but then she said that
she could 've avoided the whole dilemma by having emily there to pass the
shots off to.  they laughed, then amy said that emily was the "original
frat girl"...and that she used to funnel.  they went back and forth a few
times and then emily said she didn't remember doing any funneling...that's it.
        anyway, idgie, jo and erica (with some outside input on my part) decided
to put together a funnel to give to emily...on it was written "to
emily---the original frat girl"  it was tossed up onto the stage by
security...emily picked it up and gave a holyoke synopsis...while amy
looked embarrassed...at the end of the story amy said that she's just going
to tape a sign on her monitor that says "shut up amy"...

        "land of canaan" including amy "yip, yip, yipping" and giving up the mike
to the audience...and galileo were next.  lots of audience participation of
course...
        "scooter boys", "leeds" and dgtgag were next...one comment on the
dgtgag...amy started the song out very intensely...then seemed to lighten
the mood a bit with her facial expressions and tone...it will be
interesting to see how this song progresses through the touring process.
as for the other two...awesome...'nuff said.
        "caramia" had amy on 12-string and emily on the stratocaster...
        "chickenman"...amy broke her low e string...and kudos to sulli...she had a
guitar ready to replace it right away...and any played some lead in it as
well...she also added the grandmother verse in the middle that margaret
talked about from the holyoke show.
        "prince of darkness" ended the set and as a little additional excitement
the floor speaker in front of emily began to smoke...she was not too happy
about it either...i guess having a few close calls over the years (la roxy
in 89 for one) makes them a little sensitive to electrical problems!!

        the encore began with "chiapas bound" and amy sang the new verse about it
being better to have someone with you...and em was supposed to come back
out but never showed.  amy looked over at sulli, and sulli shrugged...it
was interesting...i think what happened was emily was probably working some
last minute details out with ferron for their next song.
        then emily and ferron performed a ferron song..."our purpose here"...very
good...
        the evening ended with ctf with amy on mandolin and ferron joining in.  it
was kind of funny cause ferron was not too sure about the chords and
definitely unsure about the lyrics.  amy gave up her mike to ferron and
kept singing when emily stopped to let the audience sing...amy just kept
smiling and shaking her head...then "thanks y'all...goodnight"

        that was the show...of course, that's not the end of the night <g>.  quite
a few people hung around afterwards to see the girls leave and we were
rewarded...they stopped, shook hands, signed autographs and then got into
the van.

        well, that's the hofstra show...sorry this was so long...

        take it easy,

                jen

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        hi y'all,


        it's me again...and i have an end to all the speculation about the first
single to be released.  right from emily's
mouth...<bold><color><param>ffff,0000,ffff</param>"shame on
you"</color></bold>...


                jen

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hey y'all,

will those people going to the tcu/ft. worth concert please get in touch
with me, i think i might have a cool presentation plan for amy's b'day
gift.  if interested let me know, it'll take some planning.

thanks,
mandi

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on mon, 17 mar 1997, jen lucero wrote:

>
>         okay time for the funnel story...at the holyoke show, in the intro before
> "cut it out" amy talks about a bar in alaska called darwin's theory...and
> how the bartender would pour shots and make you drink them.  and amy would
> pour it onto the floor every time he looked away.  but then she said that
> she could 've avoided the whole dilemma by having emily there to pass the
> shots off to.  they laughed, then amy said that emily was the "original
> frat girl"...and that she used to funnel.  they went back and forth a few
> times and then emily said she didn't remember doing any funneling...that's it.
>         anyway, idgie, jo and erica (with some outside input on my part) decided
> to put together a funnel to give to emily...on it was written "to
> emily---the original frat girl"  it was tossed up onto the stage by
> security...emily picked it up and gave a holyoke synopsis...while amy
> looked embarrassed...at the end of the story amy said that she's just going
> to tape a sign on her monitor that says "shut up amy"...


hey guys-

erica here busting out of her three year lurker stint to add to the funnel
story.  actually, it was i who threw up the funnel- not security.  this
was no easy feat.  firstly, smuggling the apparatus into the venue was a
total fiasco since they were doing some serious frisking at the entrance.
adrianne (aka idgie who had driven 25 hrs from missouri with her friend
kathleen) was able to get the funnel part in my putting it under her
conviently pointed alpine-esk ski hat.  i had the tube in my jeans and in
was confiscated at the door.  the man who took it from me made me sign for
it and said that if i wanted to get it back i would have to goto some
dunkin' donuts between certain hours the next day (he wouldn't even let me
put it in my car).  amyray, when i got to my position at the front of the
stage, i told one of the security guys the whole story and he said he would try
to get it back for me.  he did and said that he had to leave in front of
the barricade but he would give to emily for me when i asked him to.  but
then  he left and i asked the girl who had replaced him if she would do it
for me and she was all, "no, what are you talking about i can't do that,
how'd you get that in here?  i guess that i could give it back to you
after the show."  so... then i got this woman with a press pass (she was
in front of the baracade) to pass it to me.  after the way security raged
on the people who had trown the electric rose thingies i knew that i had
to be careful about my throw.  after several failed attempt to get emily's
attention, i just tossed it up in between two songs.  luckily my throwing
arm was sufficiently warmed up from our pre-concert football fest and the
sacred funnel landed perfectly at the base of emily's speaker.  at first i
thought that she noticed it but then i realized that she was staring at
her effects pedal.  amy noticed it first, started cracking-up, and then
pointed it out to emily.

i thought that amy was sort of freaked out by the whole thing.  in a
"they-hang-on-to-every-word-that-i-say" kind of way.  but i got over that
very quickly when emily said that it was the best gift she had ever
recieved.  well, that's the whole magilla.

i would like to take this oppurtunity to thank jen, not only for her
expert advice on where and what to procur but also for her possesion of
the sacred sharpies, composition of the inscription, and her extrodinary
penpersonship.

it was great meet some listees and i hope to see y'all agian soon.

whew,  that was really long.


take care,
erica
(formerlly of disney special fame)

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date:         mon, 17 mar 1997 22:24:20 -0500
reply-to:     jonny wu <wuman@warwick.net>
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hey everyone,

        i totally agree with everyone about how rude many of the fans
were...especially when ferron was on stage.  it was my first time
hearing ferron and i thought she was absolutely amazing.  i don't know
the name of the song, but i thought her songs with the audience
participation rocked.

        i was lucky enough to get one of the new shaming of the sun posters, w/
the dolls, as well the "indigo girls at hofstra" promo poster (thanks to
julie!!!)  i have scanned the new shaming of the sun poster and anyone
who wants to see what it looks like can just email me privately.  i also
took an entire roll and a half worth of pictures.  they aren't developed
yet, but when i get them developed, i will post to the list.


        i was actually able to tape the concert too!!  it was my first time and
i learned many things....like not to sing too loud when you are
recording, not to forget to flip the tape when one side is done, and
most of all....not to get too overly excited when the girls come on
stage that you forget to start recording until halfway into "shame on
you"!!!!!

        overall it was just an amazing show.  and i can't wait for the next
one.

                                                                        jonny

p.s. i was just wondering what time you guys stayed till to be able to
see amy and emily      leaving.  it must have been awesome for those of
you who stuck around!!
                            <><><><><><><><><><><><>
                                   jonny wu
                              wuman@warwick.net
                                   a+e=ig
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                  "all the shiny little trinkets of temptation
                   something new instead of something old, all
                   you gotta do is scratch beneath the surface
                   and it's fools gold....."
                                                     - emily saliers

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subject:      indigo girls in the wash dc area

okay, so thursday night the girls will have a release party at the small and
intimate and wonderful birchmere in alexandria.  there are no tix available,
unless you win the small number that whfs is giving away between certain
times on the radio...  sucks for those of us who can't always listen to the
radio, and for those of us who don't want to listen to the radio... (but i
guess that's the point, isn't it?).

they will also be at american univ. in april, and those tix are given out (as
i've posted) only to au students.

so, here's another plea...

to any of you who is an au student and might take pity on me...  email me at
creeve@bu.edu... thanks!  and to anyone who someone is able to get extra tix
to the birchmere or does not want them, same thing.

finally, to anyone who feels that they have a close connexion with some
higher being, praying is not to be brushed lightly aside here!  (or crossing
fingers, or whatever else...)

okay, that's it!

happy green beer day to all!
court

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hey kind friends~

        i just got the houston 9-3-94 boot and fell in love with amy's soc
in touch me fall.  below is my hack-job interpretation.  if anyone can
provide me with a more accurate version i'd appreciate it :)]

                              tmf - soc

hold your love up to the sun
hold your head up high
and don't be afraid, but love one another(?)
and when you walk down the street
hold your head up high
and i will take my hate and turn it into love
and i will take my anger and turn it into energy
and i will walk down the street and i will hold my head up high

and i will have love in my heart
and when i have hate i will turn around and talk about it....
and i will not be complacent
and i will not be complacent
and i will not be complacent
and i will not be complacent!
and i_will not_ be complacent!!
and_i will not be complacent_!!!
and i will not be a racist
and i will not be homophobic
and i will not be a sexist
and i will have love---
   one, two, three, four
jump, jump, jump so high
watch me let you down....
touch me in the fall...
we will not be complacent!

i wish i was a nomad, an indian or a saint~
tony

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hi all,

can anyone confirm or deny the following for me?

duke university anytime in april?  i was told they would be there on
the 24th.

i also heard they would be at auburn on the 25th of april.

can someone please help me here?

thanks a bunch and please respond by e-mail to greg@94z.com

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>>there was a mention in the review of the show the other night about how
amy
>>probably won't sing dgtgag live for very long because of emotions and
>>memories that it probably brings up.

whoa!  what's this?  amy's not going to sing dgtgag anymore?  after
spending 20 minutes figuring out what song that was <g>, i was shocked!!
isn't that a new song?  they were singing it on the "map" tour.  that's a
great song.  what's up with this??

peace,
- jen hall


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the path at your pace very choice
is worth your while."  - emily saliers

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date:         mon, 17 mar 1997 23:14:58 -0500
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subject:      you supportive people, you !   (sigc)

hey everyone !  tammy fowler here.....

i sure do appreciate the supportive e-mails about my posting "a moment of
indulgence."  now i don't feel like i "wasted bandwidth."

i wanted to share a little bit more in response to some questions i've been
getting. but first, i'll share some ig stuff to validate my post!  =)

my favorite ig album:  nomads, indians, + saints

my favorite moment on that album:  after the big rousing middle section of
"pushing
         the needle", it gets quiet again and amy revisits the first verse...
             "if you wake up in the morning, grey dawn, prayer on yer breath"
etc etc
          well, right in the middle of that quiet section, her guitar strap
squeaks against
         the guitar.  i love that part.

other favorites:
i've opened up for michelle malone a few times, and i must say that my
favorite song of hers is "blue suede" - that's a damn catchy rock thing.

my favorite gerard song is probably that one he wrote about "couples"  two
hearts, two somethings....i forget ...anyone know the name of that one?  i
remember the mood very clearly. of course, his "swamp thing" is also a ditty
and a half.

i've also opened up for caroline aiken. she does this one song on keyboard
about that daughter/mother thing.  she wiped me up with that one. like i
said, i cannot remember much but the mood- the feel. what a feel.  "killing
me softly with her song....."

ok- onto those questions about little old me. =)

what kind of music do you do?
i just e-mailed one person and said, imagine the indigo girls mixed with amy
grant. that's kinda what i do. acoustic yet pop.  (and i hate the new u2
album, by the way.  sorry.)

um, i like to think of myself as funk-folk-pop-rock-r+b-ac.  clear as mud,
eh?  (ac=adult contemporary a la bonnie raitt, etc.)

how can i get your cd?
well, first of all, i'm stunned that some of you want it and you've never
heard me. what if i suck?   what if i sound like a tone-def bob dylan?

for all you die-hardies.... my po box is 566322 - atlanta, ga  31156
um, send a check or something for  $12 to cover shipping and all that.

i should say that the cd is doing well. good reviews locally and nationally,
and 2 songs won awards at the recent song competition in austin.  it's been
really exciting. sometimes i feel like i'm sitting back and watching my own
life. popcorn, please?

******************************************************************************
**********
thanks for all your support.  my parting words?  watch more cartoons. read
more.
( tonite i encounter sherlock holmes in "the valley of fear"...he he he)

and go stand in line for the next ig album or concert nearest you!!
bye ! ! !
tammy

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i hope "y'all" don't mind if i post about the hofstra show. umm, how can i
say this, the show rocked!!!! it was my second show (first being roseland)
and it was great being able to sing along to the new songs (thanks to the
boot by sundara). i guess i should apologize to the people that were upset
about the way the lines worked out because my friend and i got there at
about 6 and we got literally first row right by the right speaker, closest
to emily (my ears are still ringing).  my friend and i both thought that
emily looked right at us and smiled so i guess the people exactly to the
left and right of us think that also. if any of you have the boot of the new
stuff by sundara and were at the concert you probably noticed that they
changed the songs a bit (not the lyrics but the way they sing them and
stuff) and now i love every new song. i liked them before but now they are
all polished and they are awesome.  i didn't notice the crowd talking at all
but like someone else said, it was probably because i was up front and had
the speaker right in my ear.  i think ferron was very good but was kinda
upset that she seemed so clueless when it came to closer to fine. oh well i
guess she gets an "a" for effort.  btw, chickenman is a rocking song, i
always thought so (even though my friends don't like it so much) and i was
so happy they played it.  i kinda wish they had played longer but oh well, i
guess i'll have to wait for the next concert.  question: at the souvenier
stand i noticed that they were selling some type of cd, i couldn't get close
enough to see what it was so i was wondering if anyone knew (warning-i will
shoot myself if you tell me it was shaming of the sun and i missed it!!).
anyway, i think seeing the indigo girls live in concert is an incredible
experience and if anyone ever has a chance to go to a concert they should.
i know that is a big understatement and i would go on forever about them and
their music but i wouldn't want to get flamed or anything (hasn't happened
yet and it sounds kinda  painful). to sum it up, myfriend and i had a great
time and i can't wait for the cd and the big tour!!!
"thanks y'all for listening",
dave
p.s.- to all you listees that were there, sorry i couldn't meet you but i am
a very perceptive person and if you want to e-mail me privately describing
where you were exactly and anything that might have made me notice you,
that'd be great.

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hey everyone,

just wanted to say thanks for all the great reports from the shows so
far.

for those of us who have somehow ended up in the land the tour
forgot, this is the only experience of these special smaller shows that
we're going to get, so it's great to get details and different points of
view on what it was like.

and, imho, don't think you shouldn't post just because someone else
already posted a set-list or something.  if the list can stand 100 people
announcing the results of their personality test, it can certainly handle
a few similar posts on something that is actually on topic.

keep it up!

alison, who will now go back to staring balefully at the ig and ani tour
schedules and wondering when l.a. became such an obscure destination

a dog, a plan, a canal -  pagoda!                alisont@netcom.com

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hey everyone,

i also went to the hofstra show - i have gone to more than 15 by now
(since 1991).  it was a great show, one of their best in terms of
intensity level.  emily was amazing - probably the best that i have seen
her in a show.

yeah, security was dumb with the lines outside.  i certainly echo deb (i
think?) when she said that this may be her last ga show.  i have gone to
way too many of these where you have to get on line 6 or more hours
before and freeze your ass off and still not get a good spot.  and then
you have to deal with the crush of the crowd when the girls go on.  but
i have to admit, it was really incredible being that close and being
able to see everything.  i almost wish that they wouldn't do ga shows
anymore, or at least play venues where there are seats and not just
standing room.

anyway, what was even more exciting was that i was able to boot the show
and take pictures.  believe me, i had to be really resourceful to get
pasdt security.  (it helps to wear expandable pants!)  the boot i made
is excellent sound quality - i use a professional recorder.  i know that
v is also offering a boot, so to lighten her load, i can help out and
offer mine as well.

also, i have the sholastic tape that was sent to teachers.  it is really
good.  i may be able to fit this one with the hofstra boot on a 20
minute tape.  if anyone is interested, email me.

hope y'all enjoy the rest of the tour,

donna

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concert boots available - 1989-1990!

sorry for the yelling, but wanted to grab some attention. it seems as if
we have settled the one boot in questions and have the correct name and
date! yea! added several new branches. so, there are plenty of people to
help you get some great boots! the following gives directions, describes
the boots and finally, lists the branches. don't be shy, representatives
are waiting to take your orders. call now, oh, sorry, wrong commercial.

don't worry about overwhelming anyone. just write and get what you from
whom you want it!

there are official trees now for both the uk and japan.

please read the entire message before you do anything!

so, here's how it goes...

1.      there are 3 boots being offered through a most excellent boot
tree--official three-- (there are 4 that have offered to do all 5 of the
boots that carolyn gave me--you decide.) you may choose one, two, three
or go to the optional 4 or 5--optional two.

2.      then just send an e-mail message to your favorite tree and
indicate
your interest and the number of boots you would like. no formality
here--just choose the boots and the dubber.

3.      the tree member will then send you a return e-mail giving you
her/his  address recommending that you be sure to send a note  that
lists
which boots you want as well as some other interesting item/quote/etc.
that you  think  they find interesting.

4.      you will then send the appropriate number of blank tapes with a
self-addressed stamp envelope and your clever item described above.

5.      yes, you may arrange a trade with the member of the tree.

6.      if you are interested in getting all five, go for it!

7.      if you have any questions, comments, problems, etc. please do
not
hesistate a moment to e-mail me and ask/write away. i will see what i
can do. if you like the boot liners and would like to know how to do
them or would like to get copies of others that i have made, e-mail me.
i have about 30 or so.

8.      oh, yeah, the boots offered:

the following are the actual boots offered ( i call them the official
three)

1.      birchmere, arlington, va, sunday, 11/25/90 90 min
welcome me, world falls, loves recovery, hammer and a nail (w/ mary
chapin-carpenter) crazy game, hand me downs, you and me of the 10,000
wars, watershed, southland in the springtime, play it again sam, romeo
and juliet, the moon and st. christopher (chapin-carpenter, amy, emily)
closer to fine, prince of darkness, strange fire


2.       amy ray at singer/songwriter showcase, kristen hall, indigo
girls
at memorial hall, chapel hill, north carolina, 10/89 90 min
amy ray at singer/songwriter showcase
30 min or so
pushing the needle too far, hand me downs, romeo and juliet, 1-2-3,
blood and fire, come shining? w/ michelle malone, ballad of squeaky
fromme

kristen hall
5-10 mins
pride??, stranger in my bed, about 1/2 of another song i didn't know

october 28, 1989
memorial hall
chapel hill, north carolina
45 min
closer to fine, welcome me, love's recovery, pushing the needle too far,
lifeblood, center stage, southland in the springtime, world falls, left
me a fool, land of canaan

3.      the diamond, toronto, canada, 7/29/89 90 min
91:36
closer to fine, secure yourself, love's recovery, welcome me, center
stage, make it easier, land of canaan, kid fears, crazy game, blood
and fire, the girl with the weight of the world in her hands,
summertime, prince of darkness, strange fire, get together, sweet home
alabama/ blood and fire, all along the watchtower


**the following are additional boots that you can get from 3 very
generous
listers (i call them the optional two)

4.     davidson college, davidson, north carolina, 1/26/90 100 min
strange fire, make it easier, kid fears, crazy game, pushing the needle,
world falls, love's recovery, land of canaan, center stage, 10,000 wars,
blood and fire, closer to fine, prince of darkness, secure yourself,
southland in the springtime, white house blues, watch tower


5.     the beacon theater, new york city, tues, 12/4/90, 100min
welcome me, world falls, love's recovery, hammer and a nail, crazy game,
kid fears, land of canaan, you and me of the 10,000 wars, blood and
fire, puching the needle, watershed, southland in the sprintime, hand me
downs, the girl with the weight of the world in her hands, closer to
fine, prince of darkness, all along the watchtower, daddy's all gone,
wnew interview + 1 song

9.      who are these generous people that will bring joy to all indigo
land--okay a bit sicky sweet, sorry--anyway below is the currrent list
of dubbers. this may, may not be added to. at this point the following
individuals will actually dub your tapes for you:

-those offering the official three are
dschulman@aol.com                                       dee
doobie@student.umass.edu                deb
aaogilvie@aol.com                               alexandria
pooh40@mc.net                                           pooh
nordeelm@caa.mrs.umn.edu        lisa
psyche9@aol.com                         jess


-in asia:
renmar@biwasv01.biwa.or.jp              maren

-in the uk
stripe@oasis.icl.co.uk                  julian

-the following 3 individuals can do all three of the official three as
well as the optional two.
sanawike1@aol.com                               sarah
kevinh@plix.com                         lori
vjt8118@is4.nyu.edu                     veronica
jlucero@mail.monmouth.com               jen
pjhoopie@aol.com                        pj


have fun and enjoy the music!

marian
if you have any questions, please, let me know and i'll see what i can
do to help!
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hiya, folks.  i've been lurking for months and months, but i've never
posted, at least i don't think so...

is anyone out there going to the tulsa show?  does anyone out there go to
school there?  just wondering, because i'm in st. louis, and i've made the
trip down to tulsa for concerts before, and it would certainly be worth it
to do it again.

oh, and i actually broke a low e string once.  i was playing unimaginably
hard, to a group of 400 loudly-singing people, with no microphone.  amy's
a badass, i guess.  she must have been pretty worked up :)

___________________________________
david j. arkush
washington university in st. louis
davida@artsci.wustl.edu
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subject:      frisking at hofstra, shawn colvin, etc.

are my eyes playing tricks on me?  did i see a couple of earlier posts saying
that people were frisked at the hofstra show?  frisking at an *indigo girls*
show!?!?!?  geez, i expect to be frisked at hard rock shows, but never at
a show like ig.  that's really surprising.  amyray, the show sounded like such
a blast, but it's really saddening to hear about all the rude folks.  how
do you guys keep from decking someone who's acting like a f*cking idiot
up front during a quiet song?  must take a great deal of self control (and
lip-biting<g>)  back to the frisking issue - were they frisking people at
the mt. holyoke show?  i hope this isn't the start of a trend.

peace,

joan :-p
(who enjoyed green beer prior to the shawn colvin show tonight in nashville
with fellow lister holly :)  shawn was absolutely fantastic!!!!)

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date:         mon, 17 mar 1997 23:06:26 -0800
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at 11:17 am 3/17/25 -0500, raine wrote:
indigo girls tour ahead of new album release
on april 29, 1997, epic recording duo indigo girls will release shaming
of the sun -
woo hoo!!! and on a special anniversary date for me too...
happy st. paddy's day one n' all... from a thouroughly irish listee...( gots
the red hair n' famed irish temper to proove it:-) )
kim ( goddess of too much to do an way too little time to do it... )
ps... kim in nv??? good bud n' writing collaborator... i'll tapatcha
tonight...got some good ideas:)
"battle on xena!!! fight, shmooze, wear that leather!!!!..."
uh... kim ( closet xena fan )

****fffwwwwwhhhhhhhh...fwwhhoooooooooo...
fffwwwwwhhhhhh.....fwwwhhhooooooo...."
darth vader****************************

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subject:      you know you're an obsessed ig fan when...

reviving another old thread (at least it's igc...):
ykyao when you have to write a 150-word composition about a trip, for russian
class, and you decide to write about your planned trip to see the ig live next
month, and wind up writing a 545-word composition and staying up till 3 am to
do it.

good night, everyone!
kirsten

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     help...i've been away for awhile and i can't remember how to sign-on
     again.  could someone be so kind as to send me the information?
     thanks.

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over the easter holidays i'm going to be giving the indigo index page a
big revamp.   this is because most of the page's users are in the us, and
from my experience of loading us pages half the length of ii, it must be a
very slow process getting the whole thing to load.   because of this i'll
be splitting it up into several files and installing a 'frame' system.   i
would like to know what people like and dislike about framed web pages -
ie. the most annoying things you'd like me to avoid.   the two things i
can think of are links which display separate pages in one frame (which is
made worse when these pages themselves have frames!) and frame setups
which are unsuitable for your screen size and shape (which i'll fix by
having the option of vertical or horizontal splits).   anything else?
does anyone just hate frames, full stop?   please tell me before friday,
because i go home first thing saturday morning.

for anyone with links to the page, there'll be no need to change any of
them.

mat

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hi there, i'm living in taiwan, but unfortunenately we don't have
pez...which is sad, considering how taiwanese people can really eat
things in strange ways...pepper ice creams, eggs boiled in black tea...:)

i'm boiling with envy myself seeing everybody telling their ig live
experience...this summer i'm *hopefully* flying to san francisco from
germany with my freund to be...gosh i hope the girls are gonna be there,
or at least ani...

by the way how long does it take to drive to mexico from san francisco???

minghan

on mon, 17 mar 1997, pooh wrote:

> so ii have this friend who claims that different countriews have
> different flavors of pez candies ( are ya all familiar??) and these
> countries don't export..
> soooooooooo i'm trying to see just how many nations i can get to check
> the pez supply for me
> have a friend in so africa..i hope its not water buffalo or wildabeast
> flavor but.hey..it would be something new...
> any help would be greatly appreciated
> pooh
> ( see marce..i told ya so!!)
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subject:      fugitive & dgtgag

for all you hateful :) people out there who have been to the last few shows .
. . everybody's talking about dgtgag and how they wouldn't want to be cooper
for the next few months because of the content in this song.

do you all think, then, that amy will no longer perform "fugitive" since this
was a love song written for this same person?  i've never heard dgtgag, but
from what everybody's saying, i'm panicking that "fugitive" may go the way of
b&f and r&j.

think about it.  a new song about a change for the worst in a relationship
(though i'm not exactly sure since i haven't heard it yet), performed in the
same night/tour as a love song about the same person.  wouldn't that be too
much of a painful reminder of what it once was?  too much of a contradiction?
too sudden a change? especially since madame amy throws so much of herself
into her lyrics, music, and performance.

i know this gets awful close to the personal line, but cooper's name has
already been thrown around in reference to dgtgag in several of the reviews
for the last 2 concerts.  this might not make it alright to perpetuate
discussion of amy's love life, but i thought this question might be ok since
it doesn't actually refer directly to amy's privacy.  just invites
speculation on whether or not a new song will cancel out another (all-time
favourite) one because of their diametrically opposed meaning.

otts

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sorry, i don't remember who asked but i was browsing ticketmaster this
morning and there was a single ticket for this show.  it's main floor
center, row j, $29.50 with service charge.  let me know if you want it -
first come, first served!


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attention please atlanta listers:

this is just a really quick post for all y'all in my lovely new city of atlanta/decatur. my gf jocie just called to say she heard that ig's new single "shame on you" is gonna be played by steve on 99x in an hour or so. it is now 9 am est. check it out!

woo-hoo;-)!!!!!


peace,

susan

" me and jesus, we're of the same heart. the only thing that
keeps us distant is that i keep fucking up." - amy ray (shame on you)

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good morning all!

are you all enjoying the boston web page?   poor sundarling can't see it
'til saturday, since she is web-less.  don't worry, sundarling, it's worth
the wait.

so, i was flipping through tv guide and saw this little tidbit about ellen:

"on abc's 'ellen,' hints continue to drop as the expeceted 'coming out' of
ellen morgan approaches.  in the march 18 episode, ellen poses as a
potential client of a video-dating service.  'tell us what you're looking
for in a man," the saleswoman asks.  replies ellen, "oh, nothing...in
particular."

have a good day everyone!

joni  :o)

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anna suggested that i post my "netspace ramblings" to the list, since
it's about y'all.  well....i'm not gonna do that, because i want you all
to go to the listee page to read it, since the page is just so cool, and
it links to so many other cool pages, but she did bring up a good point.
see, i tend to forget that not everyone has web access.  so if you don't
have web access, and you want to read the rambling (it's a worthy read,
according to a couple of anonymous listees whose opinions are so
well-respected they have fan clubs :)  email me and i will send you a
copy.

i've added a section to the listee page for "recommendations."  i don't
think it's the right place to actually suggest specific artists, but i do
talk a little bit about the kinds of stuff we listen to, and i direct
people to all of your pages for specific recommendations (most people
seem to have that ubiquitous "music" section), and i added links to
daemon and rainy day records.  i'm not trying to plug things in general
on that site, but daemon *is* amy's baby, and rainy day seems to be the
store of choice on this list.  i haven't ordered from either, yet, but i
was decently impressed with the contents of their web sites (the
navigation and accessibility....well, i think they would both benefit by
flying me out there for a week to do a little work, but if you're using
netscape with graphics on you'll be fine) and figured i trusted what
y'all have said about them.

i think i'd like to add something else about activism and good causes
because that's important to amy and emily and most of us.  something
similar to what i just did for the "recommendations" section, with links
to web sites for projects amy and emily are directly involved in.  honor
the earth, the anti-gun project from jcs, etc.  (if you have another good
cause you want to plug, put the info on your own page, or get someone else
who's listed to put it on theirs, and i'll refer people that way.) the one
problem is that i don't have urls for any of a&e's causes, and i'm really
not up on it all enough to know what to search for.  you'd be doing a
mitzvah if you could send me whatever urls you know.  and if a place
*doesn't* have a web site, but does have a snail mail address, i'd like to
include that.  thanks so much, folks.

take care,
audrey

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i know i'm a little late posting this... but it took me some time to
recover from the
experience. 8-)

hofstra was my first ig concert and to sum it up... i will never be the
same. it was a
religious experience for me. my friends and i got there around 3 and i'm
sure saw many
of you there but didnt know it. i did have my list tshirt on... but
under several other layers
of clothing. ;->

the cold was at times unbearable... we ended up sending half our party
to go and buy
blankets which we turned into a tent. so... any of you who saw a pile of
folks under a
green and maroon blanket tent... that was us!

the crowd was rude... both outside and inside. while we were huddling
under our tent
after about 4 hours of freezing a whole pile of girls (at least 8) used
it as an opportunity
to cut in front of us in line... then had the unmitigated gall to
complain about having to
wait an hour to get in! unbelievable.

the door plan sucked... the splitting of the lines... the frisking one
at a time while people
were freezing to death... could have been handled better. plus, even
though we had
excellent line position we ended up 5 or 6 deep from the stage. however,
it was still
awesome... we were dead center between a and e and i got some awesome
pics. i kept
staring into amy's eyes thinkin... my god... im really here.

the highlight of the show for me was when i heard the first few notes of
10k wars... you
see i have been getting into that song big time lately and i had played
it like 20 times the
day before the show... all the while thinkin... nah... they'll never do
it, its too old. so...
when i heard it i just about cried with joy. a truly awesome moment.

the one really disappointing low point for me was when my party and i
got into a scuffle
with some really really rude drunken straight couple. a little bit
before the show an obviously
drunken straight couple come pushing through the crowd talkin about "i
have to get up front...
my friends are there". they were totally intoxicated and really really
rude. when they got to
where my party was.. we weren't having any of that (not after being cut
in on earlier). we didnt
say anything to them... just wouldnt let them get in front of us. and
the baby-dyke couple next
to us also stopped them from cutting... at which point the woman started
saying some really
nasty things... my friends and i tried to explain to them that we had
all been here for hours and
hours to secure our spots and it wasnt fair for them to just think they
could go wherever they
wanted. some more heated words were exchanged... the boyfriend
threatened one of my friends...
called us a bunch of dykes... then the next thing i know there was a
pile up. very unfortunate.
luckily no one was hurt and the woman ran away... however her boyfriend
continued to stay
there and verbally abuse us for a while longer. eventually he did
leave... but it was a very
unhappy experience. then... just before the lights went out, the woman
reappeared out of nowhere,
assaulted my friend with a quarter, and ran away. what on earth were
these people doing at
an ig concert?

a big thanks goes out to all the sisters surrounding us who came to our
assistance when they
realized what was going on.

now before y'all flame me to death... of course i know not all straight
people are like this. however,
you have to realize that this happens entirely too often. for me... it
was twice in 2 days. saturday
when i was out at the local womyn's bar 2 drunken straight guys came in
and did nothing but oggle
and make every woman in there uncomfortable for hours. then.. when it
was late and there were
only a few of us left... they started a fight. it's really quite
discouraging.

well i guess thats all.... this is getting kind of long.

oooppss.. one more thing... for those who stayed to see a&e after the
show... what time did
they come out and where did they come out? just curious for the next
time....

thats it for real... thanks for reading this far.


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subject:      im frisky yer frisky

--- you wrote:
back to the frisking issue - were they frisking people at
the mt. holyoke show?  i hope this isn't the start of a trend.
--- end of quoted material ---
i, smuggler of margaret's supercoolio booting equipment, can say with
confidence that i was *not* frisked. a quick once -over with the flashlight was
all that happened.

but we did discuss outside what we would say if they tried to touch my
spankybutt (the recorder was lodged between my jeans and my, um, butt area) and
the consensus was to screech "don't touch meeeee! i have issues!"

it wouldn't be a lie for most of us girlies in this touchy-feely world of ours,
would it?

xoxox

susanna
"multiply life by the power of cheese"

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does anyone know if the song cooper seay played on the red light cafe
boot "in the afternoon" has been recorded on an album or something?
that song was the reason i bought the only viva la diva album i've
been able to find, but it's not on it.

reguarding closer to fine:  i've never been to an ig concert, and my
first ig musical experience was rites of passage, so i've never been
able to understand the incredible appeal and popularity ctf has.
the girls have written so many *better* songs since then - i wish
the audience would realize that and appreciate them as well.

a friend of mine who plays bass broke the low e string once.  and she
wasn't using a pick.

anna

"i don't know the key to sucess, but the key to failure
is trying to please everybody."  -bill cosby


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        i too am afraid that fugitive has gone by the wayside along with
cooper.  has anyone heard the girls perform it recently?  i don't recall
hearing it at any shows in 1996 either, but i hope i'm wrong.  i just love
that song!

c-man

at 07:11 am 3/18/97 -0500, otts wrote:
>for all you hateful :) people out there who have been to the last few shows .
>. . everybody's talking about dgtgag and how they wouldn't want to be cooper
>for the next few months because of the content in this song.
>
>do you all think, then, that amy will no longer perform "fugitive" since this
>was a love song written for this same person?  i've never heard dgtgag, but
>from what everybody's saying, i'm panicking that "fugitive" may go the way of
>b&f and r&j.
>
>think about it.  a new song about a change for the worst in a relationship
>(though i'm not exactly sure since i haven't heard it yet), performed in the
>same night/tour as a love song about the same person.  wouldn't that be too
>much of a painful reminder of what it once was?  too much of a contradiction?
>too sudden a change? especially since madame amy throws so much of herself
>into her lyrics, music, and performance.
>
>i know this gets awful close to the personal line, but cooper's name has
>already been thrown around in reference to dgtgag in several of the reviews
>for the last 2 concerts.  this might not make it alright to perpetuate
>discussion of amy's love life, but i thought this question might be ok since
>it doesn't actually refer directly to amy's privacy.  just invites
>speculation on whether or not a new song will cancel out another (all-time
>favourite) one because of their diametrically opposed meaning.
>
>otts
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warning!  this post is rated tv-pg ... be prepared guys:

at 9:34 am 3/18/97, susan b. marine wrote:

>but we did discuss outside what we would say if they tried to touch my
>spankybutt (the recorder was lodged between my jeans and my, um, butt area) and
>the consensus was to screech "don't touch meeeee! i have issues!"

as i told susan, here's what i did:  i smuggled in a camera with a
telephoto lens to a huey lewis concert once (back in the "sports" days -
he's a cutie with those dimples, but not my type... ;o).  i got to the "i'm
frisky, yer frisky" (hehe) lady, and she started feeling my girly grrl
pocketbook/purse/whatever you call it.  she clenched the bag around the
lens (oh no!), looked at me and said "ok, what's in the bag hon?"  i didn't
bat an eye...i said "shhhh! it's pads...i have my you-know-what' and she
said "oh! ok, no problem...go ahead!"

i'm a baaaad grrrrrrl, aren't i!  tee hee hee!

use whatever means you have ladies, i always say!

>"multiply life by the power of cheese"

"...the snack that is a winner, and yet won't spoil your dinner, i hanker
for a hunk cheese - yahoo!"

-- cheese guy from sat am tv ....

have a great one!


joni  :o)

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date:         tue, 18 mar 1997 10:28:18 -0500
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i saw some new dates this morning:

5/23/97         atlanta, ga             chastain park
5/24/97         atlanta, ga             chastain park
6/7/97          saratoga springs, ny    performing arts center


margaret

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sorry for the waste of bandwidth, folks--i've tried private e-mail, but am getting no response or receipt verifications.

sue--

i have at least six people who are dying to help you out with the group tickets from florida--please e-mail me with details and instructions on money, etc.

thanks!!!!

-rich (sbmfc charter member and official mentor)
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hi to all you folks who don't know who the devil i am.

i was an early list participant who enjoyed the igs since the old dugout
days.

my reason for writing: i know this is usually the time when those
surprise appearances start popping up around town. if you hear anything,
please remember your old friend stephen.

i haven't heard a thing off the new album... gotta get a tape from one
of you guys, but certainly looking forward to the release with
anticipation.

all the best - to all of you.

stephen

http://www.mindspring.com/~sacurry

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hey again!

btw, sorry i forgot to mention this: 99x has a website at:

http://www.com/99x/

go there and listen live if you have realaudio! they still haven't played it. steve is teasing us. he said at the end of the next set, he'll play it. it is now 10:35 am est.

peace and anticipation,

susan

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on tue, 18 mar 1997, susan b. marine wrote:

> --- you wrote:
> back to the frisking issue - were they frisking people at
> the mt. holyoke show?  i hope this isn't the start of a trend.
> --- end of quoted material ---
> but we did discuss outside what we would say if they tried to touch my
> spankybutt (the recorder was lodged between my jeans and my, um, butt
> area) and the consensus was to screech "don't touch meeeee! i have
> issues!"
>
that's funny on many levels! i'm sitting here cracking up (no pun) over
what you said!

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hey,

i agree with you about ga shows. they can be murder, especially as we get older.;-) i would love to get a copy of the boot you made and/or the scholastic tape. i am curious to hear a and e discuss their work. that kind of stuff always fascinates me. musicians, writers, painters, artists in general discussing the work they create. did you also say you shot photos at the show? what equipment did you use to boot/shoot? how on earth di you get both in? i need tips as i am going to the show in auburn and my gf is seriously considering trying to do one or the other. i don't know if i could handle the stress. ;-)

peace,

susan

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subject:        hofstra show, boot

hey everyone,

i also went to the hofstra show - i have gone to more than 15 by now
(since 1991).  it was a great show, one of their best in terms of
intensity level.  emily was amazing - probably the best that i have seen
her in a show.

yeah, security was dumb with the lines outside.  i certainly echo deb (i
think?) when she said that this may be her last ga show.  i have gone to
way too many of these where you have to get on line 6 or more hours
before and freeze your ass off and still not get a good spot.  and then
you have to deal with the crush of the crowd when the girls go on.  but
i have to admit, it was really incredible being that close and being
able to see everything.  i almost wish that they wouldn't do ga shows
anymore, or at least play venues where there are seats and not just
standing room.

anyway, what was even more exciting was that i was able to boot the show
and take pictures.  believe me, i had to be really resourceful to get
pasdt security.  (it helps to wear expandable pants!)  the boot i made
is excellent sound quality - i use a professional recorder.  i know that
v is also offering a boot, so to lighten her load, i can help out and
offer mine as well.

also, i have the sholastic tape that was sent to teachers.  it is really
good.  i may be able to fit this one with the hofstra boot on a 20
minute tape.  if anyone is interested, email me.

hope y'all enjoy the rest of the tour,

donna

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susan tomlinson wrote:

>attention please atlanta listers:
>
>this is just a really quick post for all y'all in my lovely new city of
>>atlanta/decatur. my gf jocie just called to say she heard that ig's new
>single >"shame on you" is gonna be played by steve on 99x in an hour or so. it
>is now 9 >am est. check it out!

i have to share, because this is so amazing...i got this post a few mins
ago (digest :p) and thought 'nah, they prolly played it an hour ago'. plus
i live in athens and i can *barely* pick up 99x. but i thought, what the
hell, turned off rop and started slowly and carefully tuning the dial
around 100...and i *heard* it! through the static i heard "let's go
roadblock tripping in the middle of the night..." and although it was very
fuzzy i heard the last verse. cool!

shanna
who would jump around with joy if she didn't feel so tired from last
night's, uh, spirited celebration ;)

shanna freeman
sfreeman@coe.uga.edu          http://members.tripod.com/~shannaf/index.html
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i mean what are you thinking, are you thinking this is freedom, is this the
price of freedom, is this the food chain, is this all i'm ever meant to be?
-a. ray soc, brisbane 2/22/95

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binky can you e-mail me please.
sorry for the waste of bandwidth folks.

sharon. a. jennings
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oops!

i meant to send that last post only to ms. clayton. please forgive. i am unused to hastily posting, but am beside myself with joy having just heard the new ig single on the radio here in atlanta. i can't stop la-la-ing now! ;-)

please forgive,

susan

"ooh, la,la,la, la, la, la,  shame on you!" - ray

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date:         tue, 18 mar 1997 11:19:59 -0500
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from:         digest larissa brown <issicus@aol.com>
subject:      re: dgtgag

i hate to sound like a dork or a total schmooze, but i have no idea what
these lovely letters stand for, except that they seem to be a scary song
about cooper.

someone clue me in?

puh-leaze?

-larissa, who has noticed that all her commentary lately seems to be just
whining about things she doesn't understand...

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my own personal plug for the band....

the new lift cd is now out and ready for purchase!  it is ont
daemon records and is called lifelike.  you should be able to find
it, or at least order it, through your local record shop, and
i know that rainy day records (1-800-636-6166) has plenty in
house.

those of you lucky enough to be in the atlanta area:  lift
is doing an in-store/signing session at rdr on march 29 from
4-6 and then will be playing an album release concert at the
point that night.  special guests will be in attendance.  it's
been heard that ig might be there.  and dont forget that lift
wil be opening for ig for a number of dates in april
including, lucky us in new england, unh and wheaton as well
as others.  lift's tour dates can be found on their
web page at http://www.mindspring.com/~lift

this is a great band, kids. check them out!


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subject:      re: recent shows

just wanted to thank everyone profusely who was lucky enough to get a recent
show and lovely enough to share your experiences with us.  crossing my fingers
that they'll come back to madison, wi soon but i'm wilting in the meantime -
but at least i get to live vicariously through the rest of you.  lucky
girlies!

--krista

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hi all,

long time no write. but the ig are a touring so i'm awakening.
got tickets to the ft. worth show.  going to the tulsa show if
the tickets ever go on sale.  the lady at the expo square ticket
office said the contract hasn't been signed so there are no tickets
for sale as of yet and she doesn't know when they're going on sale.

e em if you're going to the ft. worth and tulsa shows and want to hook
up
with trant and i.

divinely inspired, devilishly run.
karen

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subject:      i swear on my funnel, gotta have a san francisco list party!
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if you live anywhere around san francisco or you wanna make a road trip, mail
me at: issicus@aol.com (ick) and we shall organize one.

i think we gotta

cause we gotta pity ourselves that we can't go to all these shows everyone
else (well, some everyone elses) is/are going to.

yeah.

-larissa

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hey,

just wanted to say thanks to the many people for mailing me with
their support after my recent experience with the guy that  told me
ig fans were all gay. i even got mail from staright ig
fans.....proving that there are alot out there and my 'friend' was wrong.

all i really wanted to say was that i didn't mean to start a general
debate on sexuality on the list. i did have a few people mail me and
tell me the list wasn't the place to discuss sexuality and resented
the ensuing debate about tori amos. firstly i had nothing to do with
the tori debate, i was away in blackpool for the time it was going
on,but secondly what was wrong with it? the tori thing started out of
an e-mail which was directly addressing the issue of sexuality and
music, something i think is closely connected to the ig. o.k so it
wasn't  specifically about the ig, but it was addressing issues that
surround the girls constantly. yes i agree this is the ig list and
that if you want to discuss tori at length you should find her list,
but why if an e-mail is related,should we dismiss it because it
doesn't have the names emily and amy in it? the ig aren't
isolated.they work as part of an industry and as such have a whole wealth of
issues and concerns in common with other people in the same industry.
lets not get too over the top with our self censorship here!!

so, to y'all who sent me support thankyou.to those i upset i am sorry
you can all stop flaming me. i still don't apologise for talking
about sexuality on the list though, especially as it was directly connected
to a comment about the ig.i think it was neither inappropriate nor
misdirected and i think we should all consider how far our self
censorship is really getting us.

thanx for your time
kate
x.

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>
> date:    tue, 18 mar 1997 09:34:01 est
> from:    "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
> subject: im frisky yer frisky

> but we did discuss outside what we would say if they tried to touch my
> spankybutt (the recorder was lodged between my jeans and my, um, butt
>area) and
> the consensus was to screech "don't touch meeeee! i have issues!"
>
> it wouldn't be a lie for most of us girlies in this touchy-feely world of ours,
> would it?

i was patted down at hofstra, by a very large and, well, ugly man.  i
think i doomed my batteries when i sighed a little as he touched my legs
and said, "higher big man, higher!"  he didn't find it funny.

they did split the frisking down gender lines, and the idiot who frisked
me was holding women back at the door because they only had a couple of
women friskers and many women friskees.  someone didn't get the memo on
demographics at an ig show....

joan m. cyr wrote:

> as i told susan, here's what i did:  i smuggled in a camera with a
> telephoto lens to a huey lewis concert once (back in the "sports" days -
> he's a cutie with those dimples, but not my type... ;o).

huey lewis?  i think i have "sports" on vinyl somewhere around here...

peace,
bill

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sorry... forgot to include these 2 questions in my post....

1. did anyone else seem to think the girls were both surprised by
and impressed with the crowd's singing? this was my first concert
so i wasn't sure about their reaction. it was really cool to see them
smiling so much.

2. they ran out of "map" demo t-shirts and sots promo posters....
would some kind soul going to one of the upcoming concerts
consider buying them for me (i will send the money in advance).
being that this was my first concert i would like to have those
as momentos.... email me if you'd be willing.

and thanks to all of you who responded with kind words about
my concert experience... i do realize there are good people out
there... even straight ones.... ;->


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rich wrote:

>sorry for the waste of bandwidth, folks--i've tried private e-mail, but am
>getting no response or receipt verifications.
>
>sue--
>
>i have at least six people who are dying to help you out with the group
>tickets from florida--please e-mail me with details and instructions on money,
>etc.
>
>thanks!!!!

i know, second post otd, but i never post...so cut me some slack, willya? :)

i need to *second* this request...sue, i emailed you saturday night or
sunday about the tickets for auburn, and didn't get a receipt verification,
so did you get it??

thanks!

shanna

sfreeman@coe.uga.edu

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subject:      re: fugitive & dgtgag
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they opened with fugitive at bumbershoot, if i remember correctly.  it was
definately played there (and also dgtgag, for the record)! :)

on tue, 18 mar 1997, da chickenman wrote:

>         i too am afraid that fugitive has gone by the wayside along with
> cooper.  has anyone heard the girls perform it recently?  i don't recall
> hearing it at any shows in 1996 either, but i hope i'm wrong.  i just love
> that song!
>
> c-man
>
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ok, i have not been collecting the lyrics to the new songs as they have
been posted.  but as finals are winding down here at school, it is time
to start thinking about the eugene show which is forthcoming.  i want to
be ready to sing right along, so if anyone has the lyrics to the new
tunes, i would really appreciate it if you sent them to me.  i can't make
out all the words on my bumber-boot.

thanks in advance-

melissa

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<<are my eyes playing tricks on me?  did i see a couple of earlier posts saying
that people were frisked at the hofstra show?  frisking at an *indigo girls*
show!?!?!?>>

it was actually pretty funny...i think i was the second person in the right
door (after jen, of course ;), & no one frisked me.  i even said to one of
the security guys, "do you want to frisk me?" and he said, "no, go ahead."
so i sprinted to the front!  the only reason i asked was b/c they seemed to
be frisking everyone, & i wasn't carrying anything i shouldn't have been
carrying...of course, if i knew they wouldn't frisk me, i would have
brought my camera in!

andi

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hi folks,

        i was off the list for about a year-and-a-half and i'd be much
obliged for a decent tape of the ig show at bumbershoot last summer, in
exchange for a blank & postage, whatever--if you're in seattle maybe we
could skip the postage part!  please email me privately, and many thanks
in advance,

lucy
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could someone tell me where i can get a hold of the ig faq?  i'm new to the
group and i'd like to read it before i ask any questions that may be covered
by the faq.

thanks!

eric
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in a message dated 97-03-18 10:04:43 est, susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu (susan
b. marine) writes:

<< but we did discuss outside what we would say if they tried to touch my
spankybutt (the recorder was lodged between my jeans and my, um, butt area)
and
the consensus was to screech "don't touch meeeee! i have issues!"
  >>

lol!  if that had happened, i would have payed money to see the reaction on
their faces!

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hey all, sorry about the nigc.  would any women out there mind filling out
this really brief survey and returning it to me?  all responses will be
kept confidential and anonymous and will be deleted when i have figured
the percentages for my paper.  my paper is on lesbians and breast and
cervical health.  thanks so much!  oh, and i have a longer survey that i
would really appreciate if you would fill out.  when you send this back to
me, if you could indicate at the bottom if it's okay to forward the longer
survey to you, that would be great.  if i can have responses back by
thursday 20 march it would be super.  thanks tons!!!!!!

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well, a couple of things again - sorry.....

1. the ig aren't coming to the uk - aaaggghhhh!!!!! - but, i might
see them in north carolina this summer.....

2. rich benson - please private e-mail me....

well, that was nice and brief, sorry i haven't been mailing much,
but i've been away a lot these past few weeks....

john.

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here they come again....."

tori amos, little earthquakes

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what exactly were they frisking us for.  what were they allowing us to
bring in?  were they allowing cameras to be brought in?  because when
the lady frisked my friend and felt a bulge in her pocket, she asked,
"what's this?"  my friend said, "it's my camera" and the security guard
said, "ok go ahead."  right after that, i saw some other woman get her
bottle of water taken away.  i don't get it.
        i was lucky enough to get a camera and a recorder through security.  i
had a really small zoom camera so my friend was able to put it in his
sock while i had to walk in with the recorder in between my legs!!
anyway, i was just wondering what the deal was with what they were
allowing us to bring in and what they weren't allowing us.

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on tue, 18 mar 1997, jonny wu wrote:

> what exactly were they frisking us for.  what were they allowing us to
> bring in?  were they allowing cameras to be brought in?  because when
> the lady frisked my friend and felt a bulge in her pocket, she asked,
> "what's this?"  my friend said, "it's my camera" and the security guard
> said, "ok go ahead."  right after that, i saw some other woman get her
> bottle of water taken away.  i don't get it.

basically they don't take the cameras off you in some venues because they
don't lose any money from people taking photos (although flash photography
can be annoying to other people in the gig).   the reason they take water
and other drinks (or food) off people is so they can sell you food in
their bars at grossly inflated prices.   the most notorious example i can
think of was at milton keynes bowl (in buckinghamshire, england) in 1994
(i think) when rem were playing.   it was the middle of the summer, so
people had bought bottles of water, but the security guards forced people
to pour them down the drain, so they could sell them their own stuff.
not to mention the fact that some might have wanted to get to the front,
and to go and get some food was to lose that place ...

it's not just at the stadium venues though.   i went to see ig at the
shepherds bush empire in november 1994 (not the disney one - that was the
night after) and i don't think i was frisked by security guards, but i did
get a coke, which cost about 80p (that's about $1.40 i think) and the coke
was lukewarm and there was only a small glass of it.   it's a disgrace.
i think there should be laws against this sort of thing.

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greetings to all in indigo land!

i am trying to reach out to all new england listers, and those who
are going to the unh show.  i know a lot of other amy b-day things
are going on, which are cool (especially the hte donation), but since
it will officially be her birthday, i had an idea in mind for all
of us at the concert to show amy our appreciation and wish her well.

if you are interested in finding out more info please email me.

on another note,

i will be loosing my account on march 25th and am planning on getting an
aol account, so i will keep everyone informed as to the my new email
address as soon as i get it.  thanks a lot.

take care and peace!

-deb

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ok, can i say to start off with, that i am not agreeing or disagreeing
with anyone here. just stating some stuff that this post made me think
about....

i don't know about everyone else, but there are some songs i can't even
listen to. and forget about playing them. i wouldn't even try. "10,000
wars" is one of them. i didn't write it....i can't play it on my
guitar....in fact, i didn't ever hear it until last summer.  but because
of things that happened to me in my life, that song just brings up too
many feelings that i have finally put behind me.

so i guess what i'm saying is that i think amy and emily's feeling go
before our own in this situation. they have the right to choose the songs.
we shouldn't have much of a say, although we may be incredibly
disappointed with their decisons. i would rather be a little disappointed
in not hearing a song, than having amy or emily upset over singing it....

if you read this far, thank you....=  )  i tend to babble sometimes.
*sheepish*

imho,
liz

i will not be complacent!!!!  (right tony?)


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hey pnwer's, ferron is opening for the ig in eugene per my bud at the
cultural forum.  she should be great!!  i also let her know about
problems at the ga shows and she says there should be no frisky frisking
in eugene :-)
ciao!  sue

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hey there! does anyone have the bread & roses boot? if so, would you please
consider trading me. i have to have it. i lost my other copy. it just
vanished! i'm really mad. anyhow, if anyone has it let me know. thanks!

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in a message dated 97-03-18 03:03:11 est, kirsten@spike.wellesley.edu
(kirsten chevalier) writes:

<< reviving another old thread (at least it's igc...):
ykyao when you have to write a 150-word composition about a trip, for
russian
class, and you decide to write about your planned trip to see the ig live
next
month, and wind up writing a 545-word composition and staying up till 3 am
to
do it.
  >>

i'm gonna take a shot at this thread:
you know you're an obsessed ig fan when -  emory sends you info on a summer
program to study christian theology, and you consider going even though
you're a pagan jew based solely on the possibility of meeting emily's father.

(yes that actually happened)

west of bishes
shana (jak)

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        hi once again,

        first i want to defend the whole frisking thing done at concerts...any
concert.  the instructions the hofstra staff were given included frisking
for food, drinks of any kind, weapons, recording equipment and cameras in
that order.  that the level of frisking deteriorated and varied from one
venue staffer to the next doesn't surprise me...but it does serve a purpose.
        and even thought we all know that ig fans are without exception polite and
respectful...there are others who also go to the shows.
        at hofstra, no food was allowed, nor drinks, cause they had a concession
stand set up...loss of profits.  it also serves another purpose...less
chance for glass containers which when broken or tossed can get very
ugly...and it also makes for less of a mess on the floor.  probably the
driving factor behind the no food or drink is the variety of contraband you
can smuggle in with them...and i've seen quite a few very inventive ways to
get illegal substances into a venue...
        not allowing alcohol is also a safety issue...when you're jammed into a
gym with 4000 other people, it gets very hot, tempers can fray and all
sorts of complications arise when alcohol is added.
        the no-weapon policy is self-explanatory...i hope <g>...
        and as for the interest in keeping out recording equipment and
cameras...that's all written into the artist/venue contract.  we all know
that the girls do not mind that we trade boots or copy as long as there's
no profit involved...but most venues will have the no recording stipulation
to protect themselves as well as the talent.  it's standard...and something
that can usually be gotten around...but that doesn't mean that the venue
has to be more interested in looking out for cameras and tape recorders
instead of attending to the safety of the audience.

        yes, the frisking is an inconvenience...yes it can be biased...and i would
prefer to not see it at an indigo show...but having done it for many
years...i will always go out of my way to not piss off those that could get
me thrown out of a venue...<g>  besides...it's not a really fun way to earn
a few bucks...remember, there were 4,000 people there to be frisked!!

        now for the whole dgtgag issue...and the similarities to b&f...i think
some people are worried that by the time the tour comes around, amy is
going to tire of the song...or the experience will become too exhausting.
i doubt this will be the case...actually i don't think we have to worry
about the song not being performed live for quite a while...just remember
how long it took before blood and fire was dropped from concerts...nearly
five years...

         one more thing on the subject of this...we may all know who this song is
about (or think we do) but remember not to cross over that personal line
please!!

        thanks for reading and your patience...

                jen

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>
> agh!!!!!!!!  you're sitting here debating whether or not to see michelle
> malone?!?!?!?!  i live in atlanta, so i get to see her all the time, and i
> still go to every show.  i saw her two nights in a row last week... does this
> tell you anything about what an incredible show you'd be missing if you
> didn't go?!?!  i wish i could explain to you what an incredible songwriter
> she is, what an amazing voice she has, the power of some of her songs... i
> wish i could do that, but you'd really have to see it for yourself.  she's
> the one who puts ig in second place on my list of favourites... go see
> her!!!!!!!! (and boot it if you would.


> butter biscuits, sarah

ok, ok, i'm going.  it's gonna cost me more money than i have since i
have to pay the cover and train fare for both me and my friend since he's
the only friend i have in town at the moment and he's flat broke.  he's
not even gonna like the show but i had to drag someone with me.  so off
to michelle malone land i go.  i'll let y'all know how it was afterward.
sorry sarah, won't be able to boot.

               -colleen

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ok kids, if we are ever going to get to hear some ig on the radio, i think
we need to do a request blitz....now!  the most likely station to play ig
is the mountain, so....
there are ample opportunities on their website for requests.  website is
<http://www.kmtt.com>.
the studio line is (206) 233-8984
and below are the email addresses i got off of the website for most of the
djs on the mountain (kmtt 103.7fm):

gary crow ------> gcrow@kmtt.com
mike west ------> mwest@kmtt.com
tammi bennett --> tbennett@kmtt.com
john fischer ---> jfisher@kmtt.com
jason parker ---> jparker@kmtt.com
dave elvin -----> delvin@kmtt.com
kelly wright ---> kwright@kmtt.com
dean carlson ---> dcarlson@kmtt.com

i've found jason parker, dave elvin and kelly wright to be the most
responsive to ig requests or i've heard ig played during their shift.  dean
carlson is the music director for the station, so he might be a good
choice.  chances are they have received some kind of promo material by now
and we need to start hammering them to play it!  and i guess when it comes
to email, anyone anywhere could probably request that they play ig, even
though you won't get to hear it, more requests=better odds of radio play!
and mention that you heard the stuff at bumbershoot because i think kmtt
hosted that. so,....let 'em have it!!


betsy

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my plans in pieces, my plans mislaid
it's the will of the way
the will of the way
the will of the only way that could have brought me here today
and it's alright.

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>they opened with fugitive at bumbershoot, if i remember correctly.  it was
>definately played there (and also dgtgag, for the record)! :)

they opened with reunion at bumbershoot and didn't play fugitive. i don't
think we'll be hearing much of fugitive anytime soon. :(

i think reunion is such an awesome song to open a concert with. :)

since some people seem confused: dgtgag is don't give that girl a gun.

kristina

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this message that was already posted when i joined this list was exactly
what i needed, so i just copied it and resent, hoping to get some
response.
i'm a newby who needs some help starting to build a serious ig collection.

>the faq mentions certain boots to get if i want to start a serious
>collection.  whoever can help me obtain the following boots, please
>e-mail me privately.

>(1) tuesday's children (1981)
>(2) color me grey (1982/1985)
>(3) blue food (1985)
>(4) live at the purple parrot (1986)

thanks,
will
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um...are we so sure of who this song is about?

amy played it last february at the red light cafe, and cooper was
there playing, too.  i would hardly think that if it is about her
that amy would play it with her there.

anyway, sorry if this has crossed the personal line.

anna

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hey kind friends,

there has been some talk about getting together after the concert and if
plans are already made can someone tell me what they are.  if not let's make
some.  i don't know eugene at all, sooooooooo.....  would some kind soul who
does make a recomendation of where would be a good place to go afterwards?
17 days to go..........yeah!

thanks
pj  (some one throw me a life perserver i think this rain is gonna wash me
away....................)


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that's where i need to go ...   -emily saliers

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hello all!!
well my computer got a virus and wiped out my hard drive!! i was dying to see
what everyone else thought about the concert. so i am on a friends computer
and i figured i'd put in my 2 cents..

we got there around 6:00 and stood on line for a while, freezing our butts
off!! once we got in i went straight up front right where amy would be coming
out. there was a group of girls sitting on the floor playing spin the
bottle!!  i thought that was pretty funny. i was talking to one of them
throughout the concert ( she kinda resembled ani difranco:-) ) never got her
name though but she was really funny. possibly one of you??  anyway this was
my first ig experience and i was absolutely amazed!!  i just couldnt believe
i was there!!  i thought that everyone was being rude talking, even though i
was in the front with the speaker in my ear, i still heard them talking. i
thought that ferron was okay. i thought her lyrics were good and the electric
cello was awesome, but i didn't care for her voice, a little too whiney for
my taste *( i know i'll get flamed for that one)
i was happy that they played prince of darkness, one of my faves. and we are
all in for a treat when this new album comes out.
i noticed that alot of the new songs they wrote are about being gay, almost
as if they are " coming out" i thought that was cool. ( apparently so did the
audience!! everyone was like "yeah!!" ) amy had that devilish grin  after she
said those few lines and the audience went wild ( god i love her)
i also wanted to say that i saw emily in a new light. i am normally an "amy
person" but seeing emily live definitely did it for me. she has an amazing
voice.
( anyone notice how rickety that poiano was?!!)
well the concert was awesome for me, it was well worth the wait.
was anyone else in the front near the left of the stage?i have a habit of
watching people, so i probably saw a few of you there, and maybe you even
noticed me :-)
-kim

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hi,

i hope not to get flamed for this but i find
myself being really uncomfortable about all this
talk about cooper.

i thought personal discussion about the girls was
off limits out of respect for their privacy.

cooper is a really swell person as is amy.  there
are alot of adjustments going on not just with them
but with the people who knew them as a couple.

i'm sure the last year has been difficult for both
and i do know their friends monitor the list for them.

try to remember the last time you broke up with someone
and how you would feel seeing it commented upon by hundreds
of people who don't even know you.

there are two sides to every story and relations grow and change.
unfortunately the changes are not always the ones we want but i guess
that is why the only thing constant is change.

i'm sorry if i'm speaking out of turn and i hope i don't get flamed
for this but i really like cooper.  it made me slightly envious to
see them together doing that cuddly "couple stuff", being single myself.

i just really felt the need to post this because it just seemed really
unfair to cooper and in spite of it all they do still care for one another.
it's just that sometimes things just don't work out for whatever reason.

and hopefully when wounds heal there will remain a strong friendship between
them as there is now with amy and michelle malone.

thanks for listening....

tt

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hello!
      just wanted to make sure you're out there... i still need tickets, but,
like some others around here, i haven't heard from you, so i don't know
what's going on... please let me know even if you won't be able to get tix so
i can try to make other plans. =)  thanks. =)  and thank you for organising
all this! =)  you're the greatest! =)  peace, love, and happiness, sarah

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hello to everyone!

i just wanted to make everyone aware of my new email address as of now! :)
it is:
        debigogrl@aol.com

my old account, doobie@student.umass.edu, will be gone as of monday march 24,
so if you need to get in touch with me (for trades, etc,), this is the place
to do it.

take care and peace!

-deb

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can i have an amen sistah for tt?

i've been keeping this in for a long time, but i feel it must be said.

a) it's none of our business.
b) what the girls do and don't perform is their own choice, and their
reasons for performing it or not performing it is their own business.
c) how is it that we feel justified to speculate why amy or emily may not
want to perform a particular song?  do we really know why amy doesn't
perform blood and fire anymore?  (this is not a rhetorical question, but
an expression of ignorance--i don't know whether or not we know why.)  but
my point is, it may not have anything at all to do with amy's "traumatic"
or "difficult" feelings toward cooper, if she has any at all, which are
none of our business.  maybe she just doesn't like the song, is sick of
it, is bored with it, doesn't want to play that particular chord, sprained
her third finger, whatever.  it just doesn't matter.

it seems to me, too, that we may be underestimating the girls'
professionalism.  they are professional artists, it's quite possible that
they may have particular feelings toward an individual and/or a song about
that particular person, but those feelings don't necessarily always pour
themselves onto the stage.  it's quite possible that amy may in fact
choose to sing the song regardless of those feelings.  she is, after all,
a performer.  it seems to me that on some level that's what performance is
about.  i think they might be more mature than "i'm not gonna sing that
song cause i don't like cooper anymore."

just my two cents, ymmv!

chris ii


on tue, 18 mar 1997 tenacioustaurean@worldnet.att.net wrote:

> hi,
>
> i hope not to get flamed for this but i find
> myself being really uncomfortable about all this
> talk about cooper.
>
> i thought personal discussion about the girls was
> off limits out of respect for their privacy.
>
> cooper is a really swell person as is amy.  there
> are alot of adjustments going on not just with them
> but with the people who knew them as a couple.
>
> i'm sure the last year has been difficult for both
> and i do know their friends monitor the list for them.
>
> try to remember the last time you broke up with someone
> and how you would feel seeing it commented upon by hundreds
> of people who don't even know you.
>
> there are two sides to every story and relations grow and change.
> unfortunately the changes are not always the ones we want but i guess
> that is why the only thing constant is change.
>
> i'm sorry if i'm speaking out of turn and i hope i don't get flamed
> for this but i really like cooper.  it made me slightly envious to
> see them together doing that cuddly "couple stuff", being single myself.
>
> i just really felt the need to post this because it just seemed really
> unfair to cooper and in spite of it all they do still care for one another.
>  it's just that sometimes things just don't work out for whatever reason.
>
> and hopefully when wounds heal there will remain a strong friendship between
> them as there is now with amy and michelle malone.
>
> thanks for listening....
>
> tt
>
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please forgive my ignorance, but who is this cooper?  where is the line
drawn in terms of personal violations against amy and emily?  this is my
first post, so i'm kind of ignorant...

-annie

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attention john bond:

you wrote that ig will not be in uk, but that you may catch them in nc.
i live in nc.  do you (or anyone) know of their tour schedule for nc???!
any help would be greatly appreciated!!  :)

kristy

"an optimist laughs to forget.  a pessimist forgets to laugh." :)

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hi all,

i never thought that suffering from ig-concert-virgin-basketcase
syndrome would take so much energy!!  my first concert is in less
than two weeks, and i can't stop listening to
ig, i daydream constantly about the night, and my mind is pretty much
worthless when it concerns anything other than ig topics.  after the
show, how bad will the withdrawal be???  i can't bear to think about
it!!!!

lisa

p.s. i ran like hell to pick up my mail today at the apartment office
when
i found out it was from daemon.  i got the honor cd.  i never heard blood

quantum before.  i feel like i've had a revelation today!

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okay, okay!!!!
i have to go out of town suddenly, i come back, and my mailbox and the
digests are full of pleas to me!!  we now have enough people gathered
together to buy our tickets as a group, on april 10th.  so you *will* be
able to buy tickets earlier.  however, i'm still talking to a couple people
about doing the actual buying of the tickets, so y'all have gotta be
patient.  you will get your tickets.  i promise.  okay?  there will be an
email sent out to everyone who emailed me with interest, so if you haven't
done so yet, please do!  talk to y'all soon!

the hunted sue ;)

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chris talbot <talbotc@umich.edu> asked:
>can i have an amen sistah for tt?
        you have a loud amen sistah from me.

        only rarely is there a relationship that ends with one party totally the
"bad 'guy'".  i have, myself, been both the one who everyone considers the
"wronged party", and the one who everyone seems to think is the bad guy.
neither have ever been entirely true. i'd guess we are all like this.
not only is this none of our biz, it is also not within the realm of
anything we can know enough to comment on. honestly all, even if amy of
cooper was your personal best friend, this would still be none of your biz.
let's move on to other stuff.

        i honestly hope for happiness and joy to follow amy and cooper throughout
their lives, and hope that each have wonderful relationships with loving
partners in the future.  of course, i hope that for everyone.  :-)


tracy


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hello everybody....
just writing to let you all know (which i am sure that you already do )
that michelle malone is playing at the tin angel wednesday night (the 19th)
in philly and in lancaster - at franklin and marshall college - thursday
night.... so, i will be there working the merch booth wednesday and playing
thursday... the thursday show is $5 for non students... so, you all should
try to come if you can... and if you do look me up....
take care,
maggie


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my friend borrowed my master and cant find it -- i really am not upset as it
was the last concert she saw with her sister because they were in a fatal
car accident about a week before great woods concert.  i need a copy that
was originally taped by pamela shaw, i think.. there is a moment after em
dedicates ghost"to the memory of bill" i can be heard screaming and you hear
em say "your welcome" -- it is really clear -- if someone has access to a
cdr -- please let me know -- i need this on cd! i need this tape actually, i
also have a good (sound excellent but venue had wierd sound) tape of ani
from sunday night. if anyone happens to be taping ani @ roselands tonight --
i need it asap for a gift for someone by 4/1/97

mike r.

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i was told someone on the list has a copy -- anyone want to set up a trade
--harry -- is it you? anything with dar and the ig makes me shiver at the
thought

any quality is acceptable
mike r.

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subject:      an incredible concert...

since this was my first ig concert, i tried to be objective as to what i saw.
first of all, it was completely incredible.  just a few things bothered me:

one - the crowd was very non-diverse.  unfortunately, this is a stereotype, i
know, and one which i probably fit, except i was expecting that the crowd
would consist of all walks of life.  this did not in any way affect the
concert, but i went in expecting something different.  has it always been
this way?!

two - it has been said that many "no's" were uttered when the girls announced
that they were going to play a new song.  this is sad because new is often
just as good or better than old.  but i want to remind people that the "no's"
were probably uttered because people love to sing along, feel like they are
part of the concert, and like to get into it.  i feel bad that a and e had to
experience those discouraging comments, and people need to give new songs a
chance, but i also love the feeling of singing along and for this reason
people showed their (sometimes ridiculously blatent) feelings.

besides that, i had the best time.  i got to share a wonderful concert with
my best friends, which makes it even more special for me.  i woke up smiling
monday morning and i still can't stop thinking of the thrill i got just
before each song started.  wow.  plus, i got the last poster in the place.
what a bonus.

--julie

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              paul joseph levasseur <pjlevass@alpha.delta.edu>,
              matt in baycity <masada@cris.com>,
              alisa meggison <ameggi41@maine.maine.edu>,
              d menno <dmenno@ezdial.com>,
              andrew a merz <merzandr@pilot.msu.edu>,
              candace jean miller <cjmiller@alpha.delta.edu>,
              kitten prrss <tsra46a@prodigy.com>,
              rachel <rachelr@crown.icongrp.com>,
              chad ryers <bloodlord@juno.com>,
              james paul schmidt <jpschmid@alpha.delta.edu>,
              christopher kent scott <ckscott@alpha.delta.edu>,
              gerald lee seward <glseward@alpha.delta.edu>,
              sue lemon <drwho@tir.com>, tremere <shadows@cris.com>,
              rogue of the x-men <rogue.x-men@juno.com>
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well folks im back up and running agian i have now gone from a 25megahertz
puter to a 133  so im back nad better then ever feel free to write agian

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date:         wed, 19 mar 1997 00:02:35 -0500
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from:         digest larissa brown <issicus@aol.com>
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okay....

so we should have a party for the release date, says hugh of albany.

mail me if you live anywhere near enough to san francisco that you'd wanna
drive for it, and we'll have ourselves a party. location? venues?

help me out here dearest fortunate ones....


love

larissa

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please>>!!!

i've been searching for this boot!

if anyone has it, i'd trade a lot for it....

:)

-larissa

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for all those that are getting the '89-'90 concert boots, please read
the following:

if deb is your branch or soon to be branch--note the address correction!

deb: debigogrl@aol.com

thanks,

marian
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if you have this boot, please let me know! i'll come over to your house and
make dinner and wash your car and clean your house and dig up your weeds and
plant your tomatoes and feed your dog and anything else you need!!!

joanie

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okay, here's a list of all the people that i have on the list for amy's
birthday card so far.  if you would like to be a part of the hte/amy's
b'day gift, just let me know and i'll give you all the info you need.
if you have written me about being on the list of people that donated
your name should be on the list, if it isn't let me know.  those people
with * by their names have a message included in the list.

elizabeth turcotte*
tony "da chickenman"*
dena kohleriter*
nicole yonke*
courtney reeve*
karen carr*
emily izenstein*
lisa m. schreihart*
anna creech
melinda carneiro*
shana smulyan*
audrey beth stein*
jan
lisa cuevas*
emily monteer*
erica spizz
stacey vamvas
megan
amy hannon*
stacy waterworth*
robert waters*
laura
amy c. sanders
shanna freeman*
larissa c. brown
linda gelsthorpe
sara mccutchen
leticia perez
alexandria

okay everybody else, join all of these cool people and donate to a great
cause (honor the earth) for a great woman (the illustrious amy ray) on
her birthday (april 12th) (it's only $5 and you can go higher if you
want) =).  we really don't have that much more time on this project, so
please, please, please do not procrastinate on this!

as always, love to all of you,
mandi

mandi96@airmail.net

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subject:      ferron - nigc

just a little folllow-up about ferron who opened the show for the girls
i went to see her sat night at the iron horse in northampton,ma
great show as always-people who didn't pay attention only hurt themselves
the woman playing guitar with her is shelly jennings and i imagine the
cello player
was novi novog as they have played together before
funny story about how shelly started playing with ferron-shelly's partner
is a sound
engineer who was touring with ferron doing sound at the different
shows-ferron hears shelly playing guitar in their hotel room one night
and says "why don't you join in on a couple of songs at the next show?"
go figure

gynergy

and by our lives be we spirit
and by our hearts be we women
and by our eyes be we open
and by our hands be we whole
ferron  "testimony"

http://members.aol.com/gynergy/index.html

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              "mark anthony donajkowski" at mar 18, 97 11:51 pm

>
> well folks im back up and running agian i have now gone from a 25megahertz
> puter to a 133  so im back nad better then ever feel free to write agian
>
but i guess that's still not powerful enough to run a spell checker, eh?
kirsten (ducking flamage, and promising that this will be the last public word
from her on this.)


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from:         "christopher m. becker" <cmbecker@space.mit.edu>
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              from "annalisa m nundahl" at mar 18, 97 8:49 pm

every time i start to writethis message, i feel like a lecturing ass,
but then again sometimes when you believe in something, you piss
people off.  so....

would people please respect the privacy of amy, emily, and the folks
in and out of their lives. this means not using specific names of
folks, not talking about seeing a/e in the grocery store, etc.

again, here's a rule of thumb one can use:

        1) if i were a and/or e, would i want thisinformation
                known to a 1000 strangers?

or lorinda's corralary:

        2) would i be taking about this so openly if a&e
                were in front of me listening?

ig are public figures so more is known about them than the average
soul, but if we really respect the duo that plays the tunes then lets
respect their wishes.  we know they don't like personal information
floating in cyberspace.  we know amy is very leery of the public
spotlight when it comes to relationships -- see fugitive.

now before you start going off how this is public knowlegde,
a reminder

annie writes:

> please forgive my ignorance, but who is this cooper?  where is the line
> drawn in terms of personal violations against amy and emily?  this is my
> first post, so i'm kind of ignorant...

so just cause you know something that is personal -- doesn't mean 1000
people know something that is personal.  doesn't make it public
knowledge.  melissa etheridge and her partner are public knowledge --
they wanted it that way.  a&e's sexuality is public knowledge, they
wanted it that way.  the names of friends are not.

to answer annie's question (and thank you for asking) there is no firm
line where one can say "yes this, no that" all of us have to use our
judgement.  that's where the two rules of thumb come in.  its a hard
thing to know.  the gidelines in the list faq discuss this in much
greather depth.

and finally, just to point out that a little knowledge is a dangerous
thing, i can think of at least two coopers in a&e's sphere of friends.
it would be really bad if someone made the connection to the wrong
one.

                                -- chris

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sorry for the lack of indigo content here, but i thought this might be of
interest to some folks...

just saw an ad in the new village voice for the ani shows at roseland and
the capitol that says, "with special guest danielle howle."  color me
very psyched.  i never got to see lay quiet awhile, and i've missed ms.
howle every time she's come around too...very pleased.

incidently, ani is the subject of a cover story/interview in the latest
edition of "westchester weekley."  ww is the alleged "alternative" or
"progressive" newspaper of westchester county, and the story is horrible.
it uses the term "feminazi" a bunch of times (and, at least in the
published version, ani doesn't call the interviewer on it...grr), and
seems to be implying that "now that ani is an a hetrosexual relationship,
she's no longer a man-hating angry woman.  and, that makes her much
easier to accept, yadda, yadda, yadda."  i can't transcribe the interview
b/c i trashed the paper already, but i'm feeling miffed at both the
interviewer and ani...my hope is that there was some "clever" editing or
misquoting going on...

so, did anybody get to fez tonight?  i was in the area, but had other
plans and couldn't get to the show...did amy and emily make an
appearance?

peace,
bill

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senorita b. marine wrote:

>but we did discuss outside what we would say if they tried to touch my
>spankybutt (the recorder was lodged between my jeans and my, um, butt area) and
>the consensus was to screech "don't touch meeeee! i have issues!"

this is clearly hysterical and a great idea.

>it wouldn't be a lie for most of us girlies in this touchy-feely world of ours,
>would it?

yeah but what about us boyies.  we have issues too.  and frankly i think
i'd get tossed off campus if i said it's that time of the month using the
ole "it's pads" excuse.  umm well sir i often get very hot and sweaty at
concets and these extra absorbant pads with wings are less bulky than a
towel so i'm sure you understand:).  any suggestions for men are welcome.
we have less room down the pants for just lodging a recorder in there.  i
did get a recorder into radio city back in 94 that was in my pants.  i
think i scared many folks at the 53rd street atm as i was shoving it in my
pants. :)  i saw that security had metal detectors and was very nervous
anticipating major emabarrasment.  i quickly used my camera as a
distraction asking them if i could bring it in.  they said no and figured
if i was dumb enough to ask that i couldn't possibly have a recorder in my
boxer briefs.  i was lucky.  but i would like to avoid another intimate
moment with a recorder so any suggestions for men would be nice.  i guess i
could scream i have issues too--those female security guards are just as
bad always trying to get a free feel---sheesh!   i could have issues!!:)
later

greg

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just wondering if any one can help me. i have a couple of friends who are
coming over to sf from aust for pride in june and they are anxious to find
out about cheap and safe accom in sf. if you could help me by return email
it would be great.
thanks
jen

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subject:      re : stupid ideas (definitely nigc!!!)

ok, this is just something i was thinking about last night as far as
book titles are concerned -

"penis schemenis - how to be a gay man and not give a shit!"

john

p.s. for anybody who's wondering, no i am not homosexual....

"oh, these little eartquakes,
here they come again....."

tori amos, little earthquakes

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hey folks,
    i just walked in the door from the michelle malone show.  would have
been home much earlier but we missed our train and had to sit in penn
station for 2 hours til the next one.
    ok, let me just say thank you, thank you, thank you to sarah and the
otherfolks who urged me to go tonight.  i had a hell of a good time.  the
show was supposed to start at 9:30 but didn't actually get going til
10:30 leaving me to sweat it out on line wondering if we were even gonna
get in because a.) my friend rich and i are both just 20 and b.) we had
no reservations.
   fortunately, i struck up a conversation with the girl in front of us on
line who was kind enough to let us latch onto their party which did have
reservations.  i was sitting on the the side of the stage with my feet on
it about 7 feet from michelle the whole time!
    i don't know michelle's songs well enough to give you a set list
(especially at this hour of the night when my head's a little foggy.)
but i know she did a wide range of material.  a lot of songs were from
redemption dream but to my surprise she threw in counting stars from
relentless.  (those are the only two albums i have since they're te ones
i happened to come across in the local used cd shop.)  oh, she also did
wild horses.  umm..  no, i really just can't come up with any othe titles
right now.  point is however, she rocked!  there is just no denying it.
sarah, i shall never doubt again.  michelle malone is just incredibly
cool.  god can that woman sing!  the one bad thing about my seat was that
being directly on the side i couldn't stare at her hands (which are 3
times larger than mine and do things with a guitar that i can only dream
of but who's jealous?)

     wow, i blanked out there for about 5 minutes.  i've really gotta get
to sleep.  but a quick word about david poe.  he came on around midnight
after michelle was done.  we had to leave before he was through because
we were trying to catch that 1:15 train.  of course had we known we were
gonna miss it, we'd have stuck around.  but i think he was almost done
when we left at 12:45 anyway.  he's got a sort of understated acoustic
style.  i couldn't see him at all really because my view was obstructed
by the acoustic bass player and more importantly, the sizeable instrument
itself.  i couldn't make out a lot of the words for a number of reasons.
the drums were a bit heavy, i was a bit drunk, and i was busy flirting
with the aforementioned kind soul who got us in.  so while i think he was
kind of cool (oh, he and his band had had a few drinks by the time they
hit the stage as well, it was kind of amusing), i really can't say all
that much about him.  i did like his voice though and think some of his
lyrics were probably rather humorous.  also, despite being a little loud
(it's a small place and he even played the whole set with brushes), the
drummer was rockin.'
   let's see what else?  friendly crowd, great venue, all around good
time.  oh and my friend rich who i dragged with me (the straightest man
alive who i finally came out to shortly before we walked into the show -
ah what fun) had a really good time as well in spite of himself.  i think
that says a goof deal for michelle considering he went in there rather
grumpily having no clue who she was.  (ah, that's good deal, not goof
deal.) oh and sorry to say, no amy appearance.  (of course if she showed
up after 12:45, i don't wanna know.  i could never stop kicking myself.)

ok, that's it for me.  i'm going to sleep.  cause hey i've gotta be
refreshed for the ani show tomorrow!  god this spring break has been fun.
goodnight and good morning all.

                    -colleen

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for anyone who's interested in seeing what the new album's going to look
like, i've included it in this email ...

mat

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date:         wed, 19 mar 1997 06:37:22 -0600
reply-to:     tracy fears <salray@webtv.net>
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thanks to mat for scanning the album cover...but does that thing spook
anyone else?? this is just my little 5-cent psychoanalization, but what
this album says to me is that e and a are nothing but performing
dolls....(or am i just being a little oversensitive and i should just
listen to the new album like a good little ig fan and shut my mouth??)
anyway, that's just my interpretation...
back to lurking...
-sal

"i hold it i fold it i throw it on the floor..i wrote it but maybe i'm afraid that you'll be bored...it's very real and true and sad and hopeful just like me...it's one of those things i'll never tell i'll carve it in a tree......" -k's choice "wait"

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subject:      re: im frisky yer frisky
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this is all too humorous but yes, i have done the pad thing and i am a male.
i also have an incontinence problem, and do need adult diapers, so usually i
do the stuff the recorder down the pants and put an extra diaper in my
backpack with a tape or somthing inside, never have been busted walking in,
and another idea that recently has happened, they never frisk press people,
so you can get a recorder in if you write for a paper or something. never
dealt with a metal detector though, that may be difficult.

just so you know it can be done by a man..it was probably more information
than you wanted to know.
mike r.

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subject:      anyone have a recent set list?

i am seeing the girls at the birchmire in alexandria, va
tomorrow and wonder what they have been playing lately.

anyone have a recent set list?

scott
santall@nylf.org

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alrighty, folks, i've been promising since december to do this a cappella
mix, and i *want* to do it, and eventually it *will* get done, but i'm
realizing now that if i'm in charge it might not happen until after i
graduate (graduation is in may, but i'm soooo close to not making it
that i might not get to the mix until mid-summer or later...).  so, i
figured i should at least ask....

is there anyone who has time and would want to take over the project?
i'd help to the degree i can, send you all the info i have so far, etc.
basically the idea is to put together a mix of a cappella versions of ig
songs.  it would be on a 60-minute tape (i think) and you'd have people
send you the songs they had on a tape with padded envelope and return
postage, you'd dub them all onto a master maxell in whatever order
sounded best, make up and photocopy a liner, then dub from the master
onto the tapes you were sent and send 'em back.  from that point you'd
have the choice of whether to set up a tree for whoever else wanted, dub
the rest yourself (a la sundara and mapped), or pass along tree duties to
someone else.

if no one wants to do this, i'll do it when i can, but it wasn't
originally my idea (it was susan's) and so i don't want to take
possession of it if there's someone who's able and willing to do it
faster.  don't worry if you've never taken on a project like this
before...it's not all that difficult or complex as it seems, it's a lot
of fun, and it's a way to contribute to the community.  so lemme hear
from you...

take care,
audrey
*who is off to see michelle malone tonight, and then off the beat on
friday and saturday!  (a cappella fans in the greater philly area--the
otb show is only five bucks and you're not gonna find any better college a
cappella, so consider a trip up to penn.  the show's at 8pm in dunlop
auditorium....write otb@dolphin.upenn.edu to see about tickets b/c
they're likely to sell out.)


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at 2:51 am 3/19/97, greg flamer wrote:
>senorita b. marine wrote:
>>the consensus was to screech "don't touch meeeee! i have issues!"

>yeah but what about us boyies.

my apologies to bill norris, but i have to share his great idea for the boys:

>>i was patted down at hofstra, by a very large and, well, ugly man.  i
>>think i doomed my batteries when i sighed a little as he touched my legs
>>and said, "higher big man, higher!"  he didn't find it funny.

go for it guys!  whoo hoo!


joni  :o)

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        i've been away from the list for a couple of months due to a move
        from toronto to kingston, ontario. i just got back online, and i
        noticed some list talk about the '89 / '90 concert boot tree. any
        chance i can
        still get onto a branch out there?  please?

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do you think that by sharing all of our best devious methods of
illeagalboot smugglin' we are
putting ourselves at a disadvatage ?
the walls have ears you know ;)
luv !
miss b
"patently offensive material"
(bad girl)

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hi all, i've been gone for a while so if this is something people have
already discussed i apologize.  i was just wondering if anyone had ticket
info. for the show at american university.
thanks
-amy

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i've been listening to _honor1_ these last couple of days and thinking about
the title of the new cd.  so i thought i would throw out an idea...

point 1:
ig have obviously been very involved lately with indigenous cultures.  they
have done honor the earth and written songs about the struggles.  several of
the new songs on this cd have themes involving indigenous peoples and their
struggles.

point 2:
the sun is a very important symbol to all cultures.  it often has even
greater significance with people who are tied to the land, i.e. indigenous
cultures.  (i have this impression that the sun also had particular
significance with the maya, but it's been a very long time since i studied
south american history.)

so i think shaming of the sun is meant to connect more with the sorts of
topics that have found their way into the new ig songs and their political
stance.  also, although i always liked the name map (because of the many
geographical references in the new material), i think they needed something
with a little more bite for a recording that clearly has a little more bite
than anything they have ever done.

so that's my little not-neccesaarily-all-that-humble opinion.  :)  comments??

whatever,

:dwayne

"me and jesus, we're of the same heart
the only thing that keeps us distant,
   is that i keep fucking up"
- amy ray, "shame on you"

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now that i'm pretty sure that i dreamt the whole looptapethingy - did i
also dream that someone once said that they had a boot of the emily only
show?  if someone is out there who does could you please email me
privately again.  i'm afraid i lost the original information.

i've got the tape and sase and i'm ready to go.

thanks,
scott
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fought with us upon saint crispian's day.

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sorry to waste bandwidth, but larissa's aol account returned my mail
undeliverable..............


hey larissa. i agree with you, a bay area list party is needed badly! let
me know what i can do to help.

derek

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| to:
| subject: i swear on my funnel, gotta have a san francisco list party!
| date: tuesday, march 18, 1997 8:30 am
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| if you live anywhere around san francisco or you wanna make a road trip,
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| me at: issicus@aol.com (ick) and we shall organize one.
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| i think we gotta
|
| cause we gotta pity ourselves that we can't go to all these shows
everyone
| else (well, some everyone elses) is/are going to.
|
| yeah.
|
| -larissa
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on wed, 19 mar 1997, c a finlayson wrote:

> just a little folllow-up about ferron who opened the show for the girls
> i went to see her sat night at the iron horse in northampton,ma
> great show as always-people who didn't pay attention only hurt themselves
> the woman playing guitar with her is shelly jennings and i imagine the
> cello player
> was novi novog as they have played together before
> funny story about how shelly started playing with ferron-shelly's partner
> is a sound
> engineer who was touring with ferron doing sound at the different
> shows-ferron hears shelly playing guitar in their hotel room one night
> and says "why don't you join in on a couple of songs at the next show?"
> go figure

i think the cellist must have been jami sieber, that's who played cello on
phantom center (i think, she's certainly played with ferron).   novi novog
is a viola player associated with the sid page / suzie katayama orchestral
group who played on "the girl with the weight of the world in her hands".

mat

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subject:      re: cd titles

i think that's a very likely reason for the title of the new cd - it
would tie up with a lot of the symbolism present in their songs, and
as was mentioned earlier, it could also be associatd with their work
with indigenous people.

john.

"oh, these little eartquakes,
here they come again....."

tori amos, little earthquakes

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well the listee site is already getting hits from non-listees, and i got
this email this am to prove it.  i know absolutely nothing about tulsa,
but if one of y'all does could you pass the word back to this woman?
thanks.  :)

later,
audrey

p.s. so far i've got two volunteers for the a cappella thing (one us, one
uk) and i'm gonna get them started, but if anyone else wants in i'm sure
we can make use of your talents and time, so lemme know.


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>from mphillip@clandjop.com  wed mar 19 11:11:53 1997
>from: "madelyn phillips" <mphillip@clandjop.com>
>to: <abstein@force.stwing.upenn.edu>
>subject: indigo girls
>date: wed, 19 mar 1997 10:17:36 -0600
>
>i've been surfing for a couple of hours trying to find tickets to the
>indigo girls concert in tulsa, ok. i'm not having any luck. can u help me?
>


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yes..personal lives of the girls are off limits...and please, just as a
request anyway...try not to judge, okay?? i'm sure none of us want to be
judged by others like that!!!
                     s

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hey y'all--

i know there are some df fans out there, so i thought i'd pass along what my
radio just told me in case any of you have the opportunity to catch
it....sonia rustein (sp?) lead singer of disappear fear is gonna be on the
world cafe today, 3/19.  call your local community/public radio station to
find out if wc airs in your area, if you don't know already.  sorry it's
such sort notice.

radioactively (support your community radio stations!)
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amy and emily will be performing at the greek theatre in l.a. on july 2nd.
hopefully that means there will be shows in san fran. and san diego as well.
will let you know if i find out any other dates.

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i just signed on to the list and i can't wait to go to my first
concert. the only problem is that i don't have tickets. how can i get au
tickets? if anyone has any they would like to sell, i will pay any
price!!! please let me know!!!

thanks,

rachel goldstein
ragold@wam.umd.edu

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hi all,

i just talked to a dj at the mountain.  "when are you gonna start playing
shame on you?" i asked her.  she read off a memo that she has.  private
performance of indigo girls new cd this weekend.  we are in agreement that
this could mean either they are giving away tickets this weekend or the
performance is this weekend.  sorry about the hazy info. but she will let me
know as soon as she knows.  if anyone has more info. pppppllllllllease let me
know.

i am so stressed ...... i am going away this weekend ....... aaaaaaahhhhhhh
..... reservations and everything.  my b-day is monday it would be so cool to
see them this weekend.  darrrrrrn.  sorry had to vent.  weekend in the san
juans/doe bay or ig.  if i knew for sure it would be no question.

ttfn
pj (who sees a few new grey hairs coming on..cmg)

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okay everybody, i have just gone through a thousand email messages and i
think i am somewhat caught up with what is going on.

are we meeting before the will rogers concert?  i want to meet you!  i
couldn't go to the galveston list party or the austin or dallas concerts
and now something is finally working out!  now i'm glad that i didn't
give up. i am so happy!  i paid for one of my friends to go and i'm
paying her gas because i don't have a car.

what is going on with amy's birthday present?  i want to help out in any
way that i can.

how in the hell did chickenman get front row seats?  i thought that i
had done good getting row g ailse seats, oh well. :) congratulations,
chickenman!  but at least i'm there!  this is my first ig concert.

lastly, but not leastly,  mary chapin carpenter.  why is she never
mentioned?  i think she rocks and i just wanted to express my feelings.
she's cool!  i could go in a long story now, but i won't. (so why did i
even say that)  i bought come on, come on over spring break after
wanting it since it came out.

email me :)  i like to feel popular (but only nice messages)

:)  amber

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tickets have not gone on sale yet for the july 2nd show. i called the greek
and the woman had no info. she said to call back tomorrow. i'll let you know
as soon as i have any ticket info.

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sorry!  on my previous post, that incredible concert was hofstra!
i was too wrapped up in what i was typing to clarify.

sorry.
--julie

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anyone remember the list of stuff that i posted a while back about
"all i need to know i learned from the indigo girls"?  well, i've
finally gotten around to putting it on the 'net.  if you want to
check it out, go here:

        http://narnia.emu.edu/pub/students/creechal/know.htm

feel free to make any suggestions and look around my pages if you'd
like.

:)
anna

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> did i
> also dream that someone once said that they had a boot of the emily only
> show?  if someone is out there who does could you please email me
> privately again.  i'm afraid i lost the original information.

sorry to be a me, too (really! i am...), but i'd like info on this as well.

gracias :)
jenn. brown

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could someone who's in davenport or is going there give me a little info?
(are there still tix, what number do i call, etc...)
i finally found someone willing to drive there, so i could maybe make it
if it's not sold out.

___________________________________
david j. arkush
washington university in st. louis
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i'd be appreciative for info on this too ...... (sorry!)

thanks!
melissa a. giles

>> did i
>> also dream that someone once said that they had a boot of the emily only
>> show?  if someone is out there who does could you please email me
>> privately again.  i'm afraid i lost the original information.
>
>sorry to be a me, too (really! i am...), but i'd like info on this as well.
>
>gracias :)
>jenn. brown
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hi folks,

i've just found out that vic chestnutt is playing here in aberdeen at an
extremely small and cool venue.  all i know of his music is the sweet relief
ii cd that a+e played on.  so i wondered if anyone on the list had seen vic
chestnutt live and if this is a "not to be missed" opportunity.

please email me privately.

gail :)

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so, end all the earlier debate and tell us tell us:
        are the lyrics the same as on the demo tour?  specifically - does amy
stick to the "when the beautiful ladies walk right by, i never know what to
say"  and "the only thing that keeps us distant, is that i keep fucking up"

        ???????

minds in the pnw who are dying to get the new album <begin noises of
chomping on the bit> need to know now!!!


gimmie new ig... gimmie new ig... gimmie new ig.. <pant pant> gimmie new
ig.....

tracy <who ran her speel cheque [sic] just for you kirsten!>
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at 01:03 pm 3/19/97 -0600, you wrote:

>so, end all the earlier debate and tell us tell us:

>        are the lyrics the same as on the demo tour?  specifically - does amy

>stick to the "when the beautiful ladies walk right by, i never know what to

>say"  and "the only thing that keeps us distant, is that i keep fucking up"

>

>        ???????

i can field this one.. *pops in her tape*


"the only thing that keeps us distant, is that i keep fucking up"


this is the same, it's blurped out of course, on the radio..


"when the beautiful ladies walk right by, i never know what to say"


this is the same too :) and she has the cutest little blush in her voice when she sings it .. *grin*


merry wednesday, wishing it was friday..


raine

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saw him in a small club, and after sitting next to you at hampton beach -- i
would whole heartly recommend going to see him, he is really good live and
he is a real nice guy
mike r.

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hi everyone,

dwayne said:
>stance.  also, although i always liked the name map (because of the many
>geographical references in the new material), i think they needed something
>with a little more bite for a recording that clearly has a little more bite
>than anything they have ever done.

personally, i liked "map" too but i guess once they lost
"winthrop" and "chiapas bound" there were quite a few less
geographical references... maybe they'll call the next
album "map" instead.  or maybe not.  we'll see. :)

and did someone say they were selling posters at the shows?
do they have any other new merchandise for sale, apart from
the "map" demo shirts?  must have!  (there goes my budget.)
would any kind soul care to arrange to buy some on my
behalf?  (my referred method of reimbursement is cash
through the mail.)  please?

happy happy all, :)
sherlyn
=-=-=-=-=-=-=- sherlyn koo - sherlyn@fl.net.au -=-=-=-=-=-=-=
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make love in your living, live the love that you make.
you can let life get you bitter
or you can try to make it better,
you can choose what you give."   - carrie newcomer

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subject:      *sots dolls*

hello to all ig concert-goers that i'm incredibly jealous of =)

    sorry...i'm getting a little worried here in south florida that the girls
might not come visit me =(  ...and i'm a little too young to make a road
trip.  *so* as i sit and listen to my boots from pooh (luv ya!) i contemplate
over my computer screen.  i was reading through the posts and i came across
the sots cover (thanks mat!) and i'm trying to decide where the dolls
actually are placed.  on my computer, the image is a little fuzzy, so it
looks like the dolls were placed in a hole in the wall...but i could be very
wrong.  if someone knows where the dolls are and if there is some
significance to it, i'd love to know!!  = )

thank you muchness!!
nicole <-- who would love to thank someone for performing the random act of
kindness of sending her a copy of the amy article in atlanta magazine but
doesn't know who it was !?!

"if were not supposed to eat animals, then why are they made of meat?"
-anonymous

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hey, y'all.

        just wondering if anyone knows when the spac (6/7/97- i think)
tickets are going on sale.  of course the girls decide to come here when
i'll be away from this fabulous institution, but hey- what's a three hour
bus ride?  and it willl be nice to see saratoga during the summer (right
now, it's under a glistening white blanket.  pretty, yes, but unbelivably
cold).  looks like it'll be an indigo summer for me afterall- woohoo!!!

                take care and be happy,

                        sarah :-)

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you guys realize that many (most?) of us had no idea of any
amy/cooper/michelle coupleness?  wow!  talk about feeling like i just walked
in on something i wasn't meant to see!

here's another plead for short sigs and to not repost entire posts.....

lori

ps.  i can't wait for this album cover! just kiddin =)

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hey y'all, well i just heard shame on you on the radio, anyone in the
metro ny area, 90.7 fm (wfuv) is the way to go.  i don't know if the other
stations played it yet, but this is a rockin' station, they played ig
at least 4 times on monday (of course, it was all a tie in for that ticket
giveaway for the bottom line, but they played them, and that's what
counts, right? =).  and it's a public radio station, so support them!
they seem to be pretty accomodating to requests, i called them up and
asked if they had the single, and the guy on the phone said that they
already played it that day so they'd probably play it again tomorrow.  i
was kind of bummed, but about 15 minutes later, i heard it on the radio.
i love those guys!
anyway, sorry for the plug, but the song is great, a real rocker, and was
it me, or did any of y'all who heard it already, also hear the sirens in
the background when amy sang about the cops?  it may have been my
imagination, but i thought that was a funny little addition (if it
actually exists, of course =)
also, i called up saratoga performing arts center today, they didn't know
anything about the show, but they told me to try back again in mid-april,
so i will and i'll keep y'all updated.

veronica


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        she said it's time to open my eyes
        "don't be afraid to open your eyes"
        maybe she's right
                                -- tori amos
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hello all,

after enjoying the wonderful multiple posts of reviews of the first two shows, mhc and hofstra, i am spoiled. so, now where are the posts detailing the elmira show? set lists? frisk updates? fashion report, for those who must? juicy tidbits? c'mon! ;-)

peace,

susan and jocie

"music is the brandy of the damned." - george bernard shaw

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i heard ig is going to be performing @ chastain park in atlanta on 5/23 &
5/24...any truth to this. if this is true does  anyone know how i could get tickets
since i dont live anywhere near ga.

thanx,
jenn

"when the beautiful ladies walk right by, y'know
i never know what to say."  amy ray

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hi all...i got a pretty decent bootleg last night when the girls played in
elmira college...if anyone is interested i'd like to trade or if you need to
send me $$ and a tape that's cool too...email me if you're interested...

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i just talked with john fischer on the mountain (i called to request new ig
and he said they are going to be playing it tomorrow at 3:20pm but that
they didn't have it yet - its being hand delivered by someone from the
label.  and then he said that on friday they will begin a contest to win
tickets to a private listening party with ig where they will be doing an
accoustic set!!!!!!! ohmygawd!!!  obviously i just decreased my odds of
winning anything, but i'm erring on the side of goodness today for some
bizarre reason (maybe since the sun is shining on me!:)

love and all things indigo,
betsy

< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >
and it's alright if i feel afraid
my plans in pieces, my plans mislaid
it's the will of the way
the will of the way
the will of the only way that could have brought me here today
and it's alright.

e. saliers
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in a message dated 97-03-17 22:34:49 est, wuman@warwick.net (jonny wu)
writes:

<< i totally agree with everyone about how rude many of the fans
were... >>
the above statement is in reference to the fans at the hofstra show.   i
just have to make on comment.  most of the fans at the concert were young
high school girls from long island.  most of them have lived very easy lives
and have no real sence of respect.  i have grown up my whole life with them,
although i like to believe that i have some respect for others.  also many of
the girls there were being reunited with friends that they have not seen in
along time (camp renunions).  i know that this is no excuse for the behavior,
and i am not excusing it in any way, but i just thought i should inform you
that many if not most of the people there were not experienced ig concert
goers, and do not have the same feelings towards the girls as many listees
do.  flame away...

mindala

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subject:      for veronica tom

sorry about this fellow listees but i have a very ergent ? for veronica tom.

veronica please e-mail me at jofarn@ny.frontiercomm.net i have a ? about
the hofstra boot.  please forgive my intrusion.

heather

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saratoga, california?

-larissa

(always hoping)

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does anybody know the phone number to call to get tickets at calvin
college or if tickets are even still available?  also, if anyone decides
at the last minute not to got to the michigan show, i want your tickets!

carol
jone3176@saintmarys.edu.

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        okay, sorry to flog what is surely a dead horse, but i've been off
        the list for a while. i've been asking every music store here in
        town. the closest i got to a definite date was one store that said
        that the new disc had been released overseas (u.k.) on march 4, but
        had been pushed back here in canada. as far as i can tell, it is
        not out up here. anyone have any news that will make me look
        shamefully out of touch?

        --robin

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i understand that the lasalle concert is only open to the college community.
does anyone know of a way of getting tickets?  it looks like that's going to
be my only chance of seeing ig this spring.

        joel

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in a message dated 97-03-19 10:30:08 est, djarrell@ix8.ix.netcom.com
(dragonman) writes:

> point 2:
>  the sun is a very important symbol to all cultures.  it often has even
>  greater significance with people who are tied to the land, i.e. indigenous
>  cultures.  (i have this impression that the sun also had particular
>  significance with the maya, but it's been a very long time since i studied
>  south american history.)

i'm glad we've returned to this line of discussion because after greg's
initial 'title interp?' post which got only two replies (i.e. sundara and i;
others instead felt the need to discuss the sexual orientation of a&e and
others, but i digress...), i felt that it was quite unresolved.  but
anyway...

i would tend to agree more with dwayne's interp than with mine (that crap
about traveling and using the sun for navigation as opposed to modern day
technology; getting back to nature, etc. etc.), especially after hearing the
new songs on boots and live at hofstra.  the meaning has to go a bit deeper
than just a traveling issue, and it is true that the sun has very strong
meaning to indigenous cultures, as well as to ancient cultures.  i would have
to do some research as to the exact role that the sun plays to the various
cultures in question, whether it be solely a source of warmth and light,
navigational tool, god, etc.  i guess i should get more info before i go off
on this topic, but i just wanted to comment on my pleasure at seeing this
thread revived.

-sheri :)
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barenaked ladies

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hello all in indigo land.

question.  does anyone have the lyrics to "hey kind friend"?  if so, could
you please forward them to me?  i'd appreciate it.  please respond
privately.

thanks!
- jen hall

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hey thanks for the info, but do you think they'll still be in california
in septemeber? or if the girls decide to have a concert in mexico that'd
be awesome too...was just wondering, have ig performed in a foreign
country other than ones in north america?

and another important thing...how do this ticket thing work in the
states? where do you buy them; can you book them? since my pal and i
won't be going to sf until september (unless we're bored with potsdam and
amsterdam:)) so does that mean if we wanna see a concert in septiembre we
have to buy tickets in advance like in augosto?


on wed, 19 mar 1997, chris reade wrote:

> amy and emily will be performing at the greek theatre in l.a. on july 2nd.
>  hopefully that means there will be shows in san fran. and san diego as well.
> will let you know if i find out any other dates.
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in a message dated 97-03-13 21:47:34 est, kirsten@spike.wellesley.edu
(kirsten chevalier) writes:
snip, snip...
<< netiquettte then of course we will all have to have ohnly one writing
> style  since everyone is suppose to be like everyone else now then your a
> captian on the list police?
> snip, snip....
beige. i think i'll paint the ceiling beige.
kirsten
  >rotfllafc ( rolling on the floor, laughing like a freak child!)
snaps to kirsten!
'anna

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wow,
i was going to post this a long time ago but never did for some reason.
here's my ig dream. i'm walking down the street downtown where i live and i'm
right out front of the coffee shop that i hang out with, and amy and emily
walk by, but it's really not them because  amy was like so short, i mean,
like midget size and really pale for some reason, but emily looked like
herself. and iw as juts like "hey, what's up?" like they were people i saw
all the time and they were all like "hi 'anna!" and em was like "hi juli!" it
was so cool! and then i woke up and went back to sleep again and had a dream
about jared leto which was, sorry to say, even better!! :) all you teenage
girlz know exactly what i'm talking about!
julianna

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date:         wed, 19 mar 1997 21:41:33 est
reply-to:     chris mccormick <u410001@vm.sc.edu>
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from:         chris mccormick <u410001@vm.sc.edu>
subject:      sots cover and antideluvian software

howdy folks.  i keep hearing about the cover, and at first when i saw the note
i thought "man, that's really postmodern for the girls to have an album cover
that is 24 pages of random numbers and letters," but then of course i realized
that actually it is my email program, which is called procomm and is old enuff
to actually be run by a tiny caveman inside the machine, banging little pieces
of flint together, so the upshot of all this bramble is that my email program
couldn't translate the picture and *so*

could someone put it on the web, so i can get to it at school?  or is it on the
web already?  it will be torture to hear you guys having fascinating debates
about a picture i haven't seen....

               yours in a manner not unlike sincerity, chris/mccormick

"let us be true to one another...." matthew arnold
                                    _dover beach_ <--- read this poem!

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on thu, 20 mar 1997, joel winetz wrote:

> i understand that the lasalle concert is only open to the college community.
> does anyone know of a way of getting tickets?  it looks like that's going to
> be my only chance of seeing ig this spring.
>
>         joel
>
just wondering where you got this info? im very interested in getting
tickets for this show, so any info would help..thanks.


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hello all!

ok, i'm not one for the abstract, so could someone please explain the
importance of the dolls?  and the cover concept in general?

thanks y'all!  post to the list or email me personally...have a good one!

joni :o)

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subject:      a little venting and k's choice

ok sorry i have to vent...

for everyone who lives in the washingotndc area....i hate whfs !!!! i have
been listening forever..to try to get tix to the birchmere show tomorrow
night, all weekend i listened, but they thought bush tix were more important.
i even went to a taping of a show called just passin through which was very
cool by the way, i got to see the band morphine play for  9 of us...very
neat.  the host of just passin thru told me to call the morning show early
the next day because they had the lsat tix and they lied and said they had no
more...i am so frustrated.  they are making it so hard for people in the dc
area to see them especially since they haven't played here since 12/94.  im
gonna go anyways and watch from the window.  any other listees wanna join ???
maybe we could convince them to let us all in....

anyways.. k's choice, the cool band from belgium that opened for the girls a
while ago, has suddenly been all over the radio lately.  their new song "not
an addict" is one of the most popular "alternative" songs in dc right now....
just wondering if thats the case anywhere else...

ok.. i guess i'm done, kept myself pretty under control..coulda been a lot
worse...

peace
sasha

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        actually, it is on the sony site now.  :-)  if you don't know it, the url is:

http://www.sony.dreammedia.com/epiccenter/docs/artistupdate.qry?artistid=83

or if that does not work, just go to sony.com and goto music and keep
clickin' and you'll get there too.  :-)  enjoy.

tracy

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club

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        -- emily saliers, "ghost"

~^~^~ now with a web page i am only slightly afraid of sharing...
http://www.geocities.com/westhollywood/5195/

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subject:      a & e at atlanta pride this summer?

hi folks,

has anyone heard whether a & e will play atlanta pride this year?  i'm told
they *always* play at pride, but i don't want to assume anything.  will atlanta
pride be the last weekend of june (28-29) this year?

peace and thanx in advance,

joan :-d

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man i hate "me too" post as much as anyone, but, me too! i'd love to have it :)

thanks!

joanie

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           after the ball my long-haired lady went to the doctor with mrs.
vanderbilt. then they went out in the back with the barking dogs and said
loudly "i saw her standing there," but the prince of darkness got on his
high horse and said "don't go chasing waterfalls." "such a crazy game,"
thought martha, "never should have started to play." they traveled to the
village of old siam, sir, where there was a pirate who got a ship and a girl
and broke a bottle to christen her. she was a very good listener. then they
got on their jet, flew in from miami beach, and landed in the backseat of my
car. like i've always said, "check my machine because the hardest to learn
was the least comlicated."

http://www.geocities.com/sunsetstrip/alley/9404/macca.htm

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subject:      reversing hour and amy ray

hey all,

i know that reversing hour is a group on amy's daemon label, but did
you all know that amy sings as guest artist with them on the honor 1 cd
("wounded knee")?  i liked the sound of reversing hour from the start of
the song, and then amy came in "you went crying, running, falling
down......"
in the background, and i knew it was her right away.  what a sound!!
wow!!
is anyone really familiar with reversing hour?  i was wondering if i
should
order their cd.  "wouned knee" is a great song.  i wonder if all their music
is of similar quality.

lisa

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subject:      the ep...and levees.... cds

anyone who was debating about getting "the ep and more" or "levees
that break in my heart" (the early recordings) cds from rainy day
records,
stop debating!!!!!!  i just got them in the mail!  great sound!  only 1000
of each were made, and they are all numbered.  they are not available
commercially, and they have many songs that are not on the commercial
cds.  and great songs they are!!  levees is mostly covers, but they're
great too!!!
i am so happy i got these!!!  the people at rdr are awesome, so patronize
them!!
believe me, you'll be really happy you did!

i know a lot of people know about these, but why did i get #265 of part 2
and
#97 of part 1 if they are so popular?  don't wait!!!  they are $19.95 each plus $5 shipping,
so for single cds this may seem steep, but they have 17 or 18 songs
on each of  them and some lead-in, candid-like discussions between a&e.
these are a must-have for big ig fans, i think.

go to http://www.rainy.com or e-mail rainy@mindspring.com or phone
1-800-636-6166.
i want all my fellow ig listees to have the joy i have!

lisa

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subject:      re: im frisky yer frisky

i never thought of this, but i guess it's a good idea.  as a door person
at a concert
theater, if i saw someone with a camera in his/her hand, i wouldn't think
about
checking for anything else.  i'd just ask the person to take it to the
car or security
would take it or the batteries.  now, if i bring in a disposable camera
as a decoy and
carry the real thing in my purse, i think that would work.  of course,
cameras are not
their big concern.  recording equipment is worse, i guess.  but i like
the decoy idea.  i
would spend $10 on a disposable decoy camera that could be taken away.
security
have a lot of people to check in a short time, so they don't check that
closely.  in fact,
i'd think they'd feel good about finding the one camera that their job
would be done as
far as i was concerned.


on wed, 19 mar 1997 02:51:27 -0600 greg flamer <gflame@nwu.edu> writes:
> i saw that security had metal detectors and was very
>nervous anticipating major emabarrasment.  i quickly used my camera as a
>distraction asking them if i could bring it in.  they said no and
>figured if i was dumb enough to ask that i couldn't possibly have a
recorder
>in my boxer briefs.

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>anyone who was debating about getting "the ep and more" or "levees
>that break in my heart" (the early recordings) cds from rainy day
>records,
>stop debating!!!!!!


i gotta chime in a big ol' amen on this one. i bought both cds on my recent
trip to atlanta and spent the entire 5 and a half hour drive home listening
to and absorbing them. they are well worth the money! if they were $50 they
would still be well worth the money. do yourself a favor and get em. you'll
be really happy you did. there's my plug for rainy day records today, which
i think is the best record store ever! ;) i practically cleaned them out
when i was there.

joanie

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           after the ball my long-haired lady went to the doctor with mrs.
vanderbilt. then they went out in the back with the barking dogs and said
loudly "i saw her standing there," but the prince of darkness got on his
high horse and said "don't go chasing waterfalls." they traveled to the
village of old siam, sir, where there was a pirate who got a ship and a girl
and broke a bottle to christen her. she was a very good listener. then they
got on their jet, flew in from miami beach, and landed in the backseat of my
car. like i've always said, "check my machine because the hardest to learn
was the least comlicated."

http://www.geocities.com/sunsetstrip/alley/9404/macca.htm

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i'll post anything i hear about the lasalle concert as soon as i know,
unless some other lister beats my sorry butt (ohh kinky!!) with the
info (ohh even more kinky!). i am waiting for a friend at lasalle to
give me the 411.

cybernot

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hey everyone,

aahhhhh!!! i should have known that i would have been swamped by
requests for this and the scholastic boot!  (duh!)  i received probably
100 requests for these and i really can't handle that.  i responded to
everyone who emailed me and i will be making tapes for about 20 people.
however, i would like everyone to have this show, so please, if anyone
is interested in being a tree branch for this email me asap. (just tell
me that you want to be on the hofstra branch)

btw, my original post had an obvious error.  the scholastic boot is 40 -
45 minutes long, not 20, and needs to be on a separate tape.

thanks for being patient.  i will update y'all in a few days.

donna

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thanks to all of you who passed along tulsa info.

just got back from seeing michelle malone....as exciting as it is to
watch a group of performers, there's something really powerful about
listening to one person perform alone, especially in a small club.  oh,
and both she and lauren hart (opening act) liked my jester cap.  :)

later y'alls.

....audrey


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hey kind friends~

        just a follow-up on our mysterious hungarian poster from many weeks
ago.  his name is karesz (charles) and he is a computer student in budapest.
so, i sent him an ig sampler tape and he responded:

                this tape is good.

        he doesn't mince words, but a least they are now english words ;)

vip - binky fan club; holder of first-row ticket for the tcu concert, us
ambassador-to-be to princess penelope of the blue mountains, katoomba,
australia (who will be visiting the usa starting memorial day to participate
in all things indigo) and lover of blueberry cobbler~~


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sorry to waste bandwidth here, but i've been swamped with e-mail (and other,
even more interesting, things as well...) lately and will have to unsubscribe
from the list for at least a little while if i'm to get on with life. with
any hope, i should be back in a week or so. in the meantime, please email me
_privately_ if you need to get ahold of me/flame me/tell me i rock your world
(yeah, right...), etc.
kirsten

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> the above statement is in reference to the fans at the hofstra show.   i
>just have to make on comment.  most of the fans at the concert were young
>high school girls from long island.  most of them have lived very easy lives
>and have no real sence of respect.  i have grown up my whole life with them,
>although i like to believe that i have some respect for others.

ok as a native of long island, i must step in here and speak up.  i spent
22 years of my life living on that big ole island outside of nyc.  to make
such a wide generalization about concert goers saying that the high school
girls are are all from li and that is why they were rude is very unfair.  i
mean i am left rather appalled actually that such a statement would be made
by an ig fan.  i mean i would think most ig fans would have all their facts
together and be really with it.

anyone from long island, ny knows full well that all the women (and men for
that matter) from there are obnoxious and rude at concerts and in general.
so let's not play silly games when generalizing.  let's get it right
please.  my step-mother would not be impressed knowing she wasn't included
in the group.  this woman is so rude and obnoxious that i formed a club in
high school called spasm (students protesting against step-mothers).  i was
president (dad was so proud).  had quite a large membership and i believe
is in at least 37 high schools now.  no flames from happy non obnoxious non
bitchy  step moms please.

thankfully relocated to the midwest...

greg

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hey!!!  okay, i live in tulsa, and i can't seem to get much info on this concert.  i called this guy at the tu student activities board (or whatever they call themselves) a couple of weeks ago.  he said the "girls" had signed the contract, but the venue contract was still out.  he told me to call the next week...i did, and got his voice mail...twice...and he didn't return my calls.  the concert is april 9th.  if i'm missing out on something, please let me know.  i'm getting really nervous.  the girls finally come to my city, and it would just figure that i couldn't get tickets.  if anyone has any more info, i'd appreciate it if you'd pass it on to me.  thank you!!!

this is another "me too" on the emily solo thing...sorry to do it, but i'm interested.

lastly, i would like to publicly thank joolz for her wonderful random act of kindness...she sent me the las cruces boot out of the goodness of her heart.  i very much appreciate it, and have enjoyed it immensely.  thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  *big hug*

okay...that's it.  thanks for your attention and patience.  = )

jennifer w.
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on tue, 25 feb 1997, robin squires wrote:

>         okay, sorry to flog what is surely a dead horse, but i've been off
>         the list for a while. i've been asking every music store here in
>         town. the closest i got to a definite date was one store that said
>         that the new disc had been released overseas (u.k.) on march 4, but
>         had been pushed back here in canada. as far as i can tell, it is
>         not out up here. anyone have any news that will make me look
>         shamefully out of touch?

the new album was released on march 4th?   is this true, anyone?   i asked
the owner of a record shop here a few weeks back and he said he'd heard
nothing about any new indigo girls album, and that it could be several
months yet.

mat

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i got a few messages from people saying they couldn't open the sots cover
i sent to the list yesterday ... well i've now included it in my web page,
so if you look on indigo index under shaming of the sun, you should see it
on the right.

mat

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i just called that record shop in aberystwyth and the owner told me that
the new ig album had not been released in the uk yet and that he had still
heard nothing about it.   there is no indication as to when this album is
to be released or even *if* it is to be released.   (he also told me a few
weeks back that the combination of 3 albums and a compilation usually
means the end of a 3-album contract, which may well mean that we'll be
waiting several months before we see it, unless we manage to get it on
import.)

mat

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i am planning a trip to atlanta next week and was wondering if someone out
there could tell me where rainy day records is and how to get there.  i
also would like to visit some of the other 'famous ig spots' in the
greater atlanta area.  any help would be greatly appreciated.  thank you
in advance to whomever can repond.


neil...

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i try not to take up space with stuff that's only going to be interesting
to a few people, but this came through my ebox yesterday and seemed
worth passing on.  actually, it sounds like something *i'd* like to do
but i really have to get out to seattle in june to find a real job.  (web
design for a good cause is what i'd most love to be doing....if anyone
hears of something accessible by seattle public transportation that fits
that description please let me know.  i'll dedicate a future post to you
or something. ;)    anyway, this internship is for an environmental
magazine and it's in atlanta.  seemed like a good way to do some good,
learn important skills, make some contacts, and experience the music
scene in the homeland after hours.  i don't know anything more and can't
vouch for the place or anything, but i figured y'all know how to do
research, y'know?  (can we say "altavista?"  good.)

hope this is useful to someone.

....audrey

p.s. for the humor-impaired and the over-obsessed and jen (who's quite
the opposite...hi jen!)...  the reference to the homeland is a joke, 'k?
anyone flying down there just for the indigo girls walking tour and
the possibility of bumping into amy or emily in the supermarket has
gone a little bit *overboard.*  and don't even *think* about being the
one to turn that walking tour into a business.  the listserv now is a bit
like a religious community, but in primarily a good way, and i don't want
to see it turn into a cult.  that's bad karma.   (hi claire!)


>> > > >hello! i am the managing editor of a national environmental magazine=20
>> > > >that is based in atlanta. currently, we are searching for spring and=20
>> > > >summer interns to work with us on the monthly publication. the ideal=20
>> > > >candidate would be a junior, senior or masters student with excellent=20
>> > > >writing, editing and organizational skills. in this position, the=20
>> > > >intern will learn all facets of the publishing industry. duties=20
>> > > >include, but are not limited to, managing a section of the magazine,=20
>> > > >writing news stories and profiles (as per ap style), editing, laying=20
>> > > >out pages and specing photos. we can teach any necessary computer=20
>> > > >skills.
>> > > >
>> > > >this is an excellent opportunity to write for publication and make=20
>> > > >industry contacts. we are a part of a large, nationwide company that=20
>> > > >often hires interns after graduation. if possible, please post this=20
>> > > >opening in your department or in the student newspaper office.
>> > > >
>> > > >interested individuals can address resum=e9 to patti verbanas:
>> > > >* fax: 770/618-0349
>> > > >* e-mail: pverbanas@mindspring.com
>> > > >* mail: intertec publishing, 6151 powers ferry road n.w., atlanta, ga
>> > > >30339-2941.
>> > > >no phone calls, please.


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     first of all, for those of you that couldn't open mat's scan of the
     cover, it's now on the ig epic web page, where the 1200 curfews cover
     used to be (ie at the top of each page).

     my first thought when i saw it was that the dolls were on some sort of
     rock or something, and i was thinking some sort of kitschy "lost in
     space" motif.  upon closer examination (even though i was super busy
     at work yesterday, i kept toggling over to the page so i could check
     out the cover), i realized that the dolls were actually placed in the
     hollow of a tree.

     first idea: "to kill a mockingbird" where boo radley leaves presents
     for the kids in the hollow of the tree between their houses.  not sure
     how this would relate to the title, "shaming of the sun", but "tkam"
     is considered so southern, and deals with so many of the issues that
     the ig are concerned with.

     anyway, i just wanted to throw that out there for discussion.  y'all
     let me know what you think.  and now, back into lurkdom...

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good morning everyone!

sheesh!  my "reply" finger is starting to hurt here, so rather that
continually responding individually to people asking for the "emily solo
boot," and in an effort to stop the "meeeee tooooo" posts, here's the poop
on the boot:

"if you want it, here it is, come and get it, but you better hurry 'cuz
it's going fast...."  <---old old 70's song...

i gut audio....i gut video.  you want it, you email me, i'll give you my
snail mail addy.  if you want audio, send 100 min tape and sase; if you
want video, send standard vhs video tape with sase; you want both you
greedy b------, just send me everything, dammit!.....hehehehehehe  (i'm
being a wise-acre today...hehe) :o)  ...just know that the video is copied
in real time and it's 2+ hours long, so it may take longer than your
run-o-the-mill audio boot to get it out to you, k?

i think i've said enough on this subject today.  gotta go do some finger
exercises to build up the strength again...maybe guitar grrrl could give me
some "pointers?"  hehe  (hi there guitar grrrl!)

later dudes and dudettes!

joni  :o)

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ok, because pooh thinks there may be a misunderstanding about the emily
solo tape,  "emily solo" to me is "emily at decatur" (she did the show
*solo*).

just want to clarify that the emily solo audio/video tapes i have is emily
at decatur.  i don't have any other emily solo tapes.  thanks for pointing
out the possible prob, pooh!

sorry for the confusion!  i need a nice hot cup of tea right about now...  :o)

g'day mates!

joni  :o)

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at 07:11 pm 3/19/97 -0600, tracy - back home with her mountain wrote:

>        actually, it is on the sony site now.  :-)  if you don't know it, the url is:

>

>http://www.sony.dreammedia.com/epiccenter/docs/artistupdate.qry?artistid=83

>


actually here's the direct url:


http://www.epiccenter.com/epiccenter/docs/artistupdate.qry?artistid=83


raine

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at 09:41 pm 3/19/97 est, chris mccormick wrote:


>of flint together, so the upshot of all this bramble is that my email program

>couldn't translate the picture and *so*

>

>could someone put it on the web, so i can get to it at school?  or is it on the

> web already?  it will be torture to hear you guys having fascinating debates

> about a picture i haven't seen....

you can see it on my web page under music. there's a link to more ig pictures.


http://area51.homecom.com/~raine

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just heard on oprah  that ellen degeneres will be appearing on oprah on
april 30th.
if i heard right, kd, melissa and demi will also be on the show.
alycia

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but, don't we all?

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on thu, 20 mar 1997, alycia wrote:

>just heard on oprah  that ellen degeneres will be appearing on oprah on
>april 30th.
>if i heard right, kd, melissa and demi will also be on the show.


well....i just heard on my way to work (on kndd 107.7fm) that ellen "the
actress" will be coming out on primetime (w/diane sawyer?) after the ellen
episode where ellen "the character" comes out.   hooray for sweeps week!

betsy
(who will be listening to the mountain today at 3:20pm)

< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >
and it's alright if i feel afraid
my plans in pieces, my plans mislaid
it's the will of the way
the will of the way
the will of the only way that could have brought me here today
and it's alright.

e. saliers
< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >

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a long time ago, lori brinkman posted (and i just got around to going there):

>hey guys
>tdk is offering free tapes for max points!
>
>go to
>http://www.tdk.com/tdkmax.htm


this is from that website:

- affix 150 max points for one sa-x cassette (100 min.), or
- 200 max points for one ma-xg cassette (60 min.).

(please read the fine print below)

the fine print:

- offer limited to 3 cassettes per household or organization
- maximum 3 submissions per envelope
- offer expires on april 30, 1997
- mechanical submissions (reproduced) not accepted
- tdk reserves the right to cancel or adjust this offer immediately at its
discretion
- offer limited to residents of u.s. and canada only
- please allow 4 to 6 weeks for delivery

note the expiration date!!!

betsy

..............................................................
and it's alright if i feel afraid
my plans in pieces, my plans mislaid
it's the will of the way
the will of the way
the will of the only way that could have brought me here today
and it's alright.

e. saliers
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good day everyone:

just picked this up from the bpi daily entertainment report for wed.,
march 19...

"the only fault to be found with indigo girls sixth release, "shaming
of the sun" is that the album didn't arrive sooner.  the epic duo's
first new studio recording in three years, the set, in stores april
29, features amy ray and emily saliers joined by such guests as steve
earle, lisa germano, dallas austin and native american artist ulali.


the girls are currently playing dates at colleges across the u.s.  to
preview the album; the tour will wrap april 25.

in addition, the duo and educational publisher scholastic, inc. are
sponsoring a search for the best young lyric writer in the u.s.
junior high school and high school students are invited to
participate in the "write lyrics" contest;  ray and saliers will
chose the best, most creative set of words among the entries and
perform a live concert at the winner's school.

                                                            #    #
#

another note in the same report....

"the air conditioner was wired into the mixing board.  it was
creating this spooking, godawful sound.  so, of course, we taped it
right away."

butch vig, garbage musician magazine, 1996


bye now!

melissa

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i don't think the cover shows a hollow tree.  i think it's a wall. for
those of you who saw sherlyn's scan of the poster, there's a picture of amy
and emily in the window of a falling-down house with holes all in the
walls, and then a picture of the dolls in one of the holes.

as far as what the dolls mean, i thought it was a comment on childhood and
innocence.  much like the sun shines on everyone and every situation
equally, childhood can be very much the same--in our innocence, we don't
realize all the injustice that exists in the world. when we lose that
innocence, it is a really huge awakening and we can even have a lot of
guilt for possibly unknowingly not doing something to right a wrong, etc.
that is why i think they named the album shaming of the sun.  it's like the
irony in stories or movies of a really perfectly beautiful day when
something horribly evil happens--nature should be "ashamed" for making the
world so beautiful at such a time. i know i'm not making sense--too little
sleep and too little coffee.....

just my relatively uneducated guess.....

-rich (sbmfc charter member & official mentor)
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infj
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my friends and i have had a tough time
bruising our brains hard up against change
all the old dogs and the magician
                -e. saliers
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just wondering...any word on who might be opening for the girls in
davenport (3/28)?  i know that different artists are opening for different
shows...and it was said somewhere that ani may open for the girls
sometime...i also noticed that she has no tour dates from 3/23-4/3...maybe
she'll make an appearance in iowa??

sarah

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at 11:31 am 3/20/97 +0000, rich wrote:
>as far as what the dolls mean, i thought it was a comment on childhood and
>innocence.  much like the sun shines on everyone and every situation
yes!!! when i first read the title for the new cd i was reminded of the
scripture ( can't remember the book or verse ) that speaks of the sun
shining on both the good + the wicked.... ( a lot of the girls stuff,
especially e's, seems to be touched with religious connotations ) anyway, i
thought , if the sun had feelings, it'd probably feel shame for making each
day glorious and beautiful for the people in this earth who are destroying
it. and think about the ozone layer, being slowly depleted so that the sun's
once welcome touch can now be deadly to any human or animal exposed to it
for too long a time without protection. yet the sun goes on shining...
helpless + ashamed... powerful, but impotent... bla bla bla...
i'll be quiet now...
peace y'all... kim ( no sun-goddess )
****fffwwwwwhhhhhhhh...fwwhhoooooooooo...
fffwwwwwhhhhhh.....fwwwhhhooooooo...."
darth vader****************************

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subject:      ig on radio in dc?????

has anyone heard the girls on the radio in dc?

i have been trying to request the new one on hfs,
but they are not answering.

scott
santall@nylf.org

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*i* am san jose, california. not that you asked. ;-)

but i'm new to this list... not new to lists in general, though. gimme a write. we'll
talk...

--charisma

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i don't know about anyone else, but i see that cover and i think of chucky
from those awful horror movies back in the 80s.

let's hope these dolls don't slip into the hands of anyone who is
ig-phobic and versed in voodoo!!!

margaret

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just heard a rumor that the ig joined ani for "when doves cry" at
roseland last night.

anybody out there verify this???

kicking myself that i didn't go to that show last night....

peace,
bill

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          --------------- cc:mail forwarded ---------------
          from:     mts5@aber.ac.uk at nrg
          date:     03/20/97 09:54 am
          to:       robin_squires@ymca.ca at nrg
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          subject:  re: map release date?

    some list members have been asking about my statement that it was
    released on march 4 overseas.

    i only pointed out that the release date may have been march 4 in the
    u,k. because that's what i was told by someone in a music store, who
    was looking on one of those music store computers at the time.  i just
    called the store and was told that a disc titled "get out the map" was
    released in the u.k. at the end of february, and could be special
    ordered. so, i've placed an order. should be here in three weeks.
    anyone out there know what i'll be getting?

    --robin

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i just heard on hfs that tonight's show at the birchmire
in alexandria, va will be recorded for a future episode
of "just passing through!!"

i little consolation for the thousands who can't be there!

yipee!

scott
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at 11:41 am 3/20/97, margaret a. clayton wrote:
>i don't know about anyone else, but i see that cover and i think of chucky
>from those awful horror movies back in the 80s.

oh ma gawd!  that's it!

i knew the cover reminded me of something, and you nailed it margaret!

aaaaahhhhhhhh!  (running and hiding from chucky....."wanna play!")

aaaaaahhhhhhh!

joni  :o)

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> just heard a rumor that the ig joined ani for "when doves cry" at
> roseland last night.
>
> anybody out there verify this???
>

yup...it's true.  i guess they came out on stage for an encore, and had
sara lee with them as well.

damn!!!!  that would've been sweet to see.

(got this info from someone on the ani list who was there, so i guess it's
pretty much verified!)

-sarah

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sorry to waste bandwith, but i lost your new email addy deb
o'donaghue...can you emai me?

thanks!

joni  :o)

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on wed, 19 mar 1997, jones wrote:

> does anybody know the phone number to call to get tickets for calvin
> college.............

i thought calvin coolidge was dead..

i-girl

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someone was noting that "not an addict" is very oht in dc right now.  well, the
local alt station in columbia, sc has been spinning it constantly for the last
coupla months.  i think it's interesting that now everyone will believe
  alannis morissette launched them when the girls were the first big group they
opened for.

question, tho: i have only heard one song from this album, and it's pretty dif-
ferent from the songs on their first (?) album, which were much more acoustic
oriented and cutesy.  being a sucker for plain acoustic guitar, i like the
early stuff better.  does anyone have the new album?  is it all like "not an
addict"? (i.e., louder, angsty-er) how does it compare to the earlier album?
just wondered.  you can email me if ya want....

          it's a bird! it's a plane! it's-- meaningless post man!

                                  chris mccormick

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no..i think they represent evil spooky devil dolls.
uhhh...and they are trying to take over......the sun ?
;)
yknib

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on thu, 20 mar 1997, william r. norris iii (call me bill) wrote:

> just heard a rumor that the ig joined ani for "when doves cry" at
> roseland last night.
>
> anybody out there verify this???
>
> kicking myself that i didn't go to that show last night....
>
> peace,
> bill

it's true.  i saw it with my very own eyes.  sara lee was there too.  (she
used to play with ani didn't she?) it was a pretty cool rendition of when
doves cry but the girls and sara had minimal involvement.  you could hear
emily doing some harmonies but amy and sara not at all.  still it was cool
just to see them again.  they looked like they were having a good time.
funny thing, amy was wearing the east side (or is it west side, i forget)
needle exchange t-shirt again!  geez, she must really like that shirt.
that's 3 out of the 4 times i've seen her live now.  this isn't a
criticism by the way, i have a favorite shirt or two that i wear all the
time myself.  just an observation.

and by the way, ani is amazing.  i'm not a seasoned fan and only own one
album (dilate) but she's incredible.

danielle howle (sp?) opened.  what a character she is.  she's got a
really great voice and a whole lot of style.  unfortunately it was yet
anothe case of fans being rude during opening acts.  one particular group
of people irritated me to the point tht i had to say something.
unfortunetely, that got this one guy pissed at my friend and me for the
rest of the night which was bad since people were standing literally on
top of each other at the roseland and my friend had to deal with this
jerk all evening since he was standing right next to her and it was
impossible to move in that crowd.

  i just don't get it.  the way i see it, if you really love music (and
you should if you're spending money going to concerts) you should always
be hungry to discover new acts, listen to stuff you've never heard before.
what better way to do that than to listen real close to an opening act.
chances are whoever you're there to see thinks they're pretty cool and
generally not too far stylistically from whoever's headlining.  so
common courtesy aside even, why on earth would you not listen?!?!?!?  i
really don't get it.

anyway, i'm not gonna let crap like that spoil the 1/2 week i just had.
since sunday i have seen ferron, ig, mm, david poe, danielle howle, and
ani!  every single one of them is worth seeing live so if any of them is
playing near you i encourage you all to go.

              -colleen

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ok, i've gotten 25 requests for the emily at decatur audio and video...i
think i have to say uncle!  let me get these done, and then i'll post again
to the list to see if anyone else is interested....but for right now, the
offer is closed.

sorry, but the thought of all those video tapes in my mailbox is becoming a
bit overwhelming....just give me some time, ok?

thanks y'all!


joni  :o)

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seems to me ellen degeneris (spell) is already out; i recall a recent
quote regarding the kid from home improvements (i paraphrase): "he kept
hitting on me, poor guy. he doesn't have a clue!"

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okay!  i finally got it all worked out!  if you want to go to the auburn
concert on april 25th, and you want to get block tickets 4 days before they
go on sale publicly, listen up!  joe mackey has graciously offered to do
the actual purchasing of the tickets for us, and i am going to be
coordinating the gathering of money, etc.  tickets are $12, and seating is
reserved.  block tickets are on the first permanent level, as the aubrun
woman put it, and she said they will be very good seats.  the only glitch
is that the tickets must be purchased with one cashier's check, and not
seperate checks.  so i will need to gather the money from everyone who
wants to go, and put it all into a cashier's check.  so, those of you who
want to go are gonna have to trust me.  but there are many people on this
list who know me personally, and i promise you your money will be in good
hands.  if you have any doubts, ask deb o'donoghue or amy putnam.  they'll
tell ya.  :)  anyway, here's what you need to do.  email me asap and tell
me how many tickets you want.  please don't email me with "well, there
might be a few of us going, but i'll have to check and see".  once you have
done that, i'll email you my mailing address, and you should send money for
your tickets.  the deadline for receiving money for tickets is april 1st.
you *must* have your money to me by then, or i won't have enough time to
get the cashier's check to joe.  i don't want to take any chances by
mailing the money too late.  after joe buys the tickets, i will get them
back from him, and i will pass them out at a meeting place, or send them to
you, whichever you wish.  if you have anymore questions, please feel free
to email me!

here we goooooooooooooooooooo......

sue harney
jgharney@iquest.com

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ok, i've gotten 8 messages from joni today... time to say uncle!  girl,
don't you have a job?!  (settin' myself up there...)  just kidding noni,
hunny.... xxoo,  kt
                                  o
                              #==[o)
                                 <<

> gotta go do some finger exercises to build up the strength again...
maybe guitar grrrl could give me some "pointers?"  hehe

guitar grrl adivses some real, hands-on experience for building up the
fingers... excercises just ain't the same

(hi there guitar grrrl!)

hi joni... ;-)

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are these the same dolls that a listee was talking about a few months ago?
i seem to remember someone posting that their friend had made these two
dolls to look like amy and emily and given them to them, and that they had
heard a rumor that they would be used on the cover of the new album.  was
i dreaming that?

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it's like trying to fight gravity on a planet that insists
that love is like falling and falling is like this.--ani
*****gwen keyt******
seattle pacific university
bsn class of 1997!!!
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at 1:41 pm 3/20/97, katherine grant wrote:
>ok, i've gotten 8 messages from joni today... time to say uncle!  girl,
>don't you have a job?!  (settin' myself up there...)  just kidding noni,
>hunny.... xxoo,  kt
>                                  o
>                              #==[o)
>                                 <<

yes, katie cutie, i do have a job (no comment - i'll be
nice)...unfortunately, i also have a limit on the number of messages i want
in my "inbox," so everytime i get something from my friends on the list, i
must reply right away....i think this is a record for me today...i'll shut
up soon!

btw - guitar grrl is so cute!  i love the way she wails on her guitar, bent
knees and all!

***** poi - andi said the audio emily at decatur is 90 min, not 100 min...i
have to verify this...please don't send any blanks to me until i can check
this out.

....and katie, you will be hearing from me personally......;o)

preparing to shut up for the day.....

joni  :o)

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in a message dated 97-03-18 01:22:40 est, 103161.3515@compuserve.com (joan
morrison) writes:

<<  did i see a couple of earlier posts saying
that people were frisked at the hofstra show?  frisking at an *indigo girls*
show!?!?!?  geez, i expect to be frisked at hard rock shows, but never at
a show like ig. >>

i think it is hofstra policy to frisk at concerts.  i have been frisked at
every hofstra show i have ever went to.  i think it has more to do with
maintaining rules and order on campus, rather than just in the gym...

mindala

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hi

since i'm a new subscribee uh,  --- is anyone here over 30? from the listings
i read it seems like most people are in college -- or younger ---...but...am
i in the wrong place--- too old for this list?

big fan, but feeling a bit out of it --->k.

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> > the above statement is in reference to the fans at the hofstra show.
i
> >just have to make on comment.  most of the fans at the concert were
young
> >high school girls from long island.  most of them have lived very easy
lives
> >and have no real sence of respect.  i have grown up my whole life with
them,
> >although i like to believe that i have some respect for others.

whoa here!  i was born and raised on long island and i take great offense
at the original poster who comments about long island girls.  there's not
doubt that those from the tri-state area (yes, the entire tri-state area -
not just ny) are a bit forward and abrupt.  but to say that these people
were rude because they were from long island shows nothing but ignorance
and prejudice.

i've moved around a lot over the past 9 years (including houston,
minneapolis, and kansas city, mo), and i can tell you that a great number
of our younger generation are disrespecting of anyone but themselves and
their friends.  it is not just long island girls.

but, lets not just point at the younger generation.  when i went to the map
show in austin, tx - the audience mostly consisted of adults.  i can't
really say that they were polite and respecting of others and of the girls.

you'll get all types when you go to concerts.  nys are more vocal, but to
say that the girls at the hofstra show were rude because they were from
long island and have it easy and no sense of respect is ignorant.

i currently live in houston, but am (as a matter of fact) sitting on long
island soil as i type.  i embrace the attitude of nyers.  it's "in your
face" and honest.  i see h.s. girls here act just like the girls from
houston.

i was once a "long island h.s. girl".  i have not lived an easy life as you
suggest.  i have a great amount of respect for those that deserve it.  you
say you lived your whole life with "them" .  if you don't like "them" -
then there's a whole country out there.  should you move around - you'll
see that the h.s. generation now includes a great number of disrespectful,
rude, threatening, and dangerous youths.

(disclaimer:  note that i said "great number of ..." .  i no way state that
"all" youths are like this.  i fully understand that there are good kids
out there. )

sure, that audience was a rather rude audience from what i read.  but let's
remember the posts that were written during the map tour.  there were
numerous posts indicating that the audience was disrespectful.  and these
were southerners - for the most part.

i don't know who originally posted these comments about long island girls,
but you should watch it.  us long island girls know how to fight !  <g>

happy to be back on long island, if only for a few days,
- jen hall

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you're never too old for the list!!!!  granted, many of us are young,
but, i know for certain there are non-college (or younger) people out
there!!!  i've met some of them!  besides, it's email...  no one can see
you!  we all love the indigo girls, isn't that all that matters?  :)

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kfluor@aol.com wrote:
>
> hi
>
> since i'm a new subscribee uh,  --- is anyone here over 30? from the listings
> i read it seems like most people are in college -- or younger ---...but...am
> i in the wrong place--- too old for this list?
nope---48 here
rw

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subject:      re: over 30?

hey-
i'm over 30, 33 to be exact, been a huge fan since '89.  since i'm here, i
wanted to share my indigo day.......i finally got the march edition of
atlanta mag w/ the ar article.  i was picking up my little boy from day care
and opened up the mag and said, "aaron who is this?" he replied "that's amy
and emily, i like emily" (well, that's becus he likes blonde hair, but
anyways.....) then, i got the early recordings, vol. 1 from rdr's in the
mail................what a day!!!!
peace-
kris lewis

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hi all,
i was just hoping that someone could help me with the box office number for
tickets to the april 10th show.  i deleted it after i got tickets (row k, i
am psyched!) and now i need to order a couple of more.  thanks again.
keep it groovy,
ryan

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ok, i just have to say that today was absolutely beautiful here in sunny
richmond virginia!!!!  and to top it off i was able to experience some igc....

meredith and i decided to head to the river today with guitar in tow and
smiling faces.  we got there and sat on the rocks and played and sang
strange fire, ctf, ect....

even though we couldn't get tickets to the birchmire(sp?) show we decided to
have our own.

ok, so neither one of us sounds anything like a or e, as a matter of fact, i
am close to calling myself tone deaf, but the water kinda drowned our voices
out!!!

so the point of this post...there isn't one really;) i just hope everyone is
having a blast at the concerts they are going to, i am still hoping to get
my greedy little hands on those au tickets.

peace all
tucker
ps...has anyone heard anything from scott from alaska?  it has been so long
since i have heard from him, and i am just wondering if he is still around!!!


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because you'd cry your eyes out
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subject:      lifeblood

anyone out there have chords/tab to lifeblood (or know here i could get
them)?  i absolutely love this song and am yearning to learn to play it.

later,
mary

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....just heard it...... and it rocked!!!!!  the mountain played it
completely *uncensored* and i did hear the sirens in the background during
the illegal immigrant part.  afterwards the dj called them potty mouths;)
and the contest starts tomorrow.

betsy

..............................................................
and it's alright if i feel afraid
my plans in pieces, my plans mislaid
it's the will of the way
the will of the way
the will of the only way that could have brought me here today
and it's alright.

e. saliers
..............................................................

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>since i'm a new subscribee uh,  --- is anyone here over 30?
oooo oooo... here, pick me.. proud to be entering my second adolescance at
35....
peace all... kim ( goddess of me too posts )
****fffwwwwwhhhhhhhh...fwwhhoooooooooo...
fffwwwwwhhhhhh.....fwwwhhhooooooo...."
darth vader****************************

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i'm approximately 30...*shudder*...and definitely _not_ in college
anymore. i even have a grey hair (hare?, her? ;) or two. and speaking of
hair color...

> and emily, i like emily" (well, that's becus he likes blonde hair, but

*ahem!!!* do i _really_ need to say this again? there ain't no such
animal as a blonde indigo girl. :) :)

(i'm just pokin' fun folks. don't get _too_ excited.)

oh, and speaking of tattoos, (i know _we_ weren't, but _i_ was, so...)
a long long time ago i had a discussion with some folks on this list
about tattoos, and about getting tattoos, and about having tattoos, and
other such things. and i promised to inform a bunch of people if i ever
got one. well, consider this your official "informing." i got a tattoo
last week. it's my own design consisting of a band of various symbols
wrapping across the outside of my ankle. i really like it. (although i
have to go back and have a line fixed because i flinched...and _yes_ it
hurt like a son of a bitch...but then i'm a wimp anyway.) i know this is
wicked nigc but i've noticed how closely this list sticks to igc, so i
guess you guys are gonna have to deal with it. :) oh, and there actually
is some igc in the tattoo, but it's sorta personal, so if you are _dying_
to know more about it, (as i'm sure all of you are) i'll answer questions
privately.

folkisgruven,
lorindigo


still driving...
lorinda wright           the trouble in my head is getting closer and closer
washington university     to my legs i've got to walk it out. and the trouble
st. louis, mo             with my heart is that i can't rip it out. and the
                          trouble with myself is that i don't know me.
                                                        -melissa ferrick
                    i will not be complacent

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ok, here's post #9 today kate...  bbbbppppptttthhh!  :o)

please please please please please please please please please

(i typed them all by myself...no cut and paste for me, 'cuz i'm being sin-cyr)

please...no more requests for the emily audio/video boots!  i promise
promise promise to offer it again in the not too distant future...i just
don't want to get buried in videotapes all at once.  nicole (yay! thank you
nicole!!  you're a life saver!) has offered to help me...she'll do the audio
boots, i'll do the video boots).  i need to iron out the details with her,
so please be patient people....

i've been told i'm crazy to offer all this stuff  by a fellow listee and
fellow mit-head...i prolly am, but i believe in sharing the wealth...i just
want to do it in a sorta controlled way....i'm way too out of control in
some other aspects of my life...  :o)  i hope you all understand!

i checked on the audio boot...it is 100 minutes, not 90 minutes.  (i'm
working on your's right now lynne martin...!)

i'll get back to everyone on where to send your blanks.  have an indigo nite!
joni :o)

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subject:      to people i said i would send the hte articles...

sorry y'all it's taken me a long time to finally have some time.  my
schedule is packed with soccer/volleyball/model un and i don't have
time to breathe!  i'm going to be on vacation next week (sunny
florida... better be damn sunny if i'm missing the davenport show)  so
i hope to get it out to y'all in somewhere around two weeks (give or
take).  hope y'all are shiny and happy!
peace,
leah (who today by accident mutilated emily's cheekbone in my linoleum
print and she now looks like a monkey, she will be undergoing surgery
tomarrow ;)  amy looks looks radiant like always, hopefully em will
too!

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hey all-

        i'm going to the wheaton college show on 4/16.  i got my tickets last night
through ticket master.  is anyone else going?  i'd love to meet up with you
all-  especially sice i'll have no idea where i'm going!  i've never bee3n
there before-  any info. on the venue?  how are the accoustics, seating,
security, etc?

-emily

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not to bring up something that everyone is, i'm sure, sick of reading
about...but what the hell is going on with the psu show? i'm just about
ready to rush the ticket center and snag tickets without waiting for them
to go on sale... or did they already?
help!!!!!!!!!!!!!! my computer's delete mode went happy and started
snipping digests in the middle, so i don't know if anyone mentioned
anything about this, or about the tickets going on sale. so, if anyone
knows anything...please email me privately and let me know...

thanks.............

meg

*the only thing that keeps us distant
is that i keep fucking up*

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i found out that the lasalle concert was only for the college community by
calling an information number at lasalle  -  215-951-1375.  please let me
kow if you find out any other information.  thanks.

        joel


on 3/20/97 lauren schwartz wrote:
>on thu, 20 mar 1997, joel winetz wrote:
>
just wondering where you got this info? im very interested in getting
>tickets for this show, so any info would help..thanks.
>

>> i understand that the lasalle concert is only open to the college community.
>> does anyone know of a way of getting tickets?  it looks like that's going to
>> be my only chance of seeing ig this spring.
>>
>>         joel
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okay, okay, this may be old news to all you seattle fans, but i just
checked the mountain's web page, and it said that they really, truly,
undeniably are hosting a sots listening party with a live acoustic set by
the indigo girls!!!!!!!  they will start giving away tickets (invitations)
on friday afternoon and will continue throughout the weekend!!!!!

good luck everyone!!!!

(the kmtt site also has some good little bits of info on the girls that
you might want to check out: http://www.kmtt.com)

leah

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subject:      soy - on radio in san fran!!

i am so excited i heard 'shame on you' on the radio on a san francisco radio
station.  it was on kfog (97.7 and 104.5) on what they call "new releases
thursday".  it was one of the very few times i have ever heard them on the
radio.  i don't even listen to kfog much...but the ig force was with me and i
somehow was listening to the station 15 minutes before soy debuted.  and the
dj said the cd was going to be released on april 29th (we already knew that)
and to keep listening because they were going to have a kfog cd release party
with a live performance from the indigo girls!!!!  now i gotta leave it on
that station....aarrrrhhh!!!!!!

as far as the over 30 post.  i have always noticed that the list does attract
a lot of college students.....but hey the important thing is we all love the
indigo girls.  i always thought part of the reason was that a lot of college
radio stations play the ig.  it always seems that their new cd's hit the top
10's of there lists....at least that is what i have noticed when i check the
back page of rolling stone.  oh i forgot to mention i just turned
36....(don't ask how drunk i got on my birthday).

rose

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you're not alone...40 checking in here!

maureen

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in a message dated 97-03-20 12:47:24 est, you write:

<<
i thought calvin coolidge was dead..
  >>

boooooooooooooooooooooo......bad pun

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in a message dated 97-03-20 18:34:25 est, you write:

<< ...just heard it...... and it rocked!!!!!  the mountain played it
completely *uncensored* and i did hear the sirens in the background during
the illegal immigrant part.  afterwards the dj called them potty mouths;)
and the contest starts tomorrow.
  >>

<insert one person turning a striking shade of emerald green with jealousy>
aaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!
i'm beginning to hate working nights!!!!!!!!!!!!!  i slept through
it?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?  now i'll have to take my walkman to work with me, and
listen all damn night, hoping they'll play it again.....and again.....and
again....:)

okay, i'm taking my kermit-esque little butt to work now.....

dawn

"i feel like zsa zsa gabor's fifth husband--i know what to do,
but i don't know if i can make it interesting."
vice president al gore

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since joan is such a sweetie, i'm gonna offer to dub, too!  i have the
emily solo at rock for aids ii and decatur 8/96 (in reverse order) and i'm
offering to copy it for the first 15 people who respond to this email.
umm, and if you're prolly gonna get it from joan or someone else, puleeese
don't deny the chance for someone else to get it.

don't be shy, these usually last a day or so!

let the races begin!

chris ii


on thu, 20 mar 1997, joan m. cyr wrote:

> ok, here's post #9 today kate...  bbbbppppptttthhh!  :o)
>
> please please please please please please please please please
>
> (i typed them all by myself...no cut and paste for me, 'cuz i'm being sin-cyr)
>
> please...no more requests for the emily audio/video boots!  i promise
> promise promise to offer it again in the not too distant future...i just
> don't want to get buried in videotapes all at once.  nicole (yay! thank you
> nicole!!  you're a life saver!) has offered to help me...she'll do the audio
> boots, i'll do the video boots).  i need to iron out the details with her,
> so please be patient people....
>
> i've been told i'm crazy to offer all this stuff  by a fellow listee and
> fellow mit-head...i prolly am, but i believe in sharing the wealth...i just
> want to do it in a sorta controlled way....i'm way too out of control in
> some other aspects of my life...  :o)  i hope you all understand!
>
> i checked on the audio boot...it is 100 minutes, not 90 minutes.  (i'm
> working on your's right now lynne martin...!)
>
> i'll get back to everyone on where to send your blanks.  have an indigo nite!
> joni :o)
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from:         courtney reeve <courtchea@aol.com>
subject:      re: ig on hfs's "just passinh through"

yippee!  so glad to hear that the birchmere performance will be aired!  i
called the radio station and the stupid guy asked me to announce the tix over
the air, but would not give them to me.  i thought it was some kind of sick
joke, and bad bad dream.

and,yes, hfs is playing a lot of k's choice lately.  it would be cool if they
played some older k's choice, or some new indigo!  or any indigo, for that
matter!


wishing i were at the birchmere right now...
court

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wow.  i feel all warm inside.

after my post asking for please please no more emily solo boot requests, i
got 5 offers to help me!  it's just like "it's a wonderful life" ... george
always tried to help everyone, and when george needed help, people just came
forward without being asked and offered their help!  thanks you guys!

ok, i'm still working out details, but here's what i think we'll do:

i'll set up a little "charlie brown" tree....two people will be dubbing
audio boots, and two people will be dubbing video boots.  we should be able
to handle it all (i hope!)

i need to finalize specifics with the dubbers tomorrow (i'm tired and i
wanna go to bed...ok?  my contacts are beginning to revolt and an escape is
soon planned....) so if y'all will just be patient, i'll post tomorrow with
the details.

thanks again to my helpers!  have a good one everyone!

(btw...this over 30 year old [but not by much] was challenged to post about
the "over 30" subject...i believe the challenge was:  "'bout time for you to
be sharing your "over 30" thoughts, no?  go grandma... ;-)"  well!  all i
have to say is i'm not going to comment on the little whippersnappers
statement ;o) .  sheesh.  whatever happened to "respect your elders?"
what? what? i can't hear you?  what?  gotta go take my teeth out
now...g'nite all!)
joni :o)

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i am sooooo excited!!!  i just got at least two tickets to the au show, most
likely four tickets, and possibly as many as ten.  soooo...if you could get
to the au show, but can't get tickets, please email me and i will see what i
can do. i am not making any promises, but i just wanted to let you all know.

oh, it could be really short notice if i can get that many tickets or not,
so you will need to be nice and free that weekend!!!;)

take care all!!!

woooo hoooo!!!
tucker


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subject:      american univ. show

everytime i call au to find out when they will start giving out the tix, they
tell me students only, and i say, "yes, well, i am a student" (i'm not), and
they say, "oh, well, ok, then, dear, let me transfer you to so-and-so."
so-and-so is never there, and the # so-and-so's voicemail refers you to is
ticketbastard, who has no record of the show... can you say, frustration,
boys and grrls?

if anyone finds out anything, or if anyone is an au student...  please let
your dear fellow (what's the feminine form of that word...?) listees know?
thanks muchly...

court

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subject:      mapped

also, to post once more, i sent a tape about two weeks ago to someone who
said they would tape "mapped" for me.  have since forgotten who that was....
please verify that you've received my tape, please.... thank you!

court

p.s. sorry for wasted bandwidth...

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k,

to say i am over 30 is an understatement!  in fact, i have a daughter in
college! (who, by the way, is also a big ig fan.)  i don't think it matters
a bit how old you are - a&e's music is so powerful that it can get a grip on
anyone.  you can enjoy the music and enjoy the list...even if you do have a
few gray hairs.

now, if i can only get tickets to a concert!

        joel

at 08:27 pm 3/20/97 +0000, you wrote:
>hi
>
>since i'm a new subscribee uh,  --- is anyone here over 30? from the listings
>i read it seems like most people are in college -- or younger ---...but...am
>i in the wrong place--- too old for this list?
>
>big fan, but feeling a bit out of it --->k.
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        whoo hooooo!!!!!  we got to hear soy on the radio!! it is starting up
again!!!  yeeeeee-hahahaha!!!

        very interesting version.  i wasn't expecting em's banjo on this one, lol!
cool though, and i think it may get a fair amount of airplay if we can
squeeze a little sun out this spring!!  our station also left in the
"fucking up", pretty cool.

        whatcha' all think of it?  i think on my next compilation tape i'll put
this version and one of the raunchier boot versions on.   maybe from nojf.
can't wait 'till 29 april... whoo hoo!  oh, i do also like the "take off
your clothes" line a little better... more like the baptism thing, though i
think there is some ref somewhere to feet washing too, so perhaps it is
consistent after all.... i mean, *i* don't have the religion degree, and
they do so who are ya' gonna listen to?  not me, fer sure!  lol!

tracy

        "what a couple of potty-mouths"
                - the dj on the station right after soy played... he was joking.  relax!

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seeking kelly mckee from north carolina.
thanks,
cathy

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hey kind friends~

        first of all, i have to admit to deleting 400+ messages in order to
preserve a semblance of sanity.  and the answer to my question was probably
contained among the deleted.
        but i remember (i think it was the mt. holyoke show) hearing the
girls did not do ctf and there was a question of whether it was going to be
sacrificed as the sing-along.
        so now that there have been several shows, what's the deal??  ctf or
no ctf?
was it just a fluke at that one show or what?

private or public responses welcome, no flames por favor ;)

the chicken dude

i       tony, da chickenman - houston, texas, usa       g
n                                                       i
d       not content to bow and bend to the whims        r
i       of culture that swoop like vultures             l
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o                               - emily saliers

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subject:      fwd: long island people--was re: hofstra

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her generalization wasnt a fraction as apalling as the hofstra experience of
people walking away from the stage and others talking during the show.. ( i
wasnt very close to the stage)....


"oh, to reach through all your surface..."   e.s.

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33 here.....

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hi all,
i am still on a cloud, but i'm going to try to tell you about the epic party
@ the birchmere. my 5+ years slogging away at an independent book/record
store has finally paid off-- one of the guys who works in the buying
department snagged me a ticket (needless to say-- i owe him my first-born).
the birchmere is a cool dive-y kind of club. lots of folk singer-songwriters
play there. it is small-- fits 200-300 people & the stage is only 3 feet off
the ground-- low ceilings & intimate. when i got there, amy & emily were
doing sound check & a little group of happy people huddled outside &
listened. it was cool because you could kind of see them through the door on
stage-- very surreal to realize that they were really in there playing away.
they let us in at 7 for the meet & greet (or as the biz people call it, i
found out-- the dog & pony show)(ugh). i got a great seat at a table about
three rows back house left. they were playing the new album on the
loudspeakers!!!! as background music!!!! it was not really the way i imagined
finally hearing the album-- but it sounds fabulous & rich & totally indigo. i
tried to really listen-- but as the place filled up it was difficult to
concentrate. sorry, i can't give a better review.
then--- a door opened & there they were!! amy & emily came out & started
going around the room saying hi to people at the tables, signing things &
having pictures taken. i was very nervous that i would say something stupid,
or trip or something (all those posts about elevators have been haunting
me)-- but when they came by, it was over quickly & i shook both of their
hands & said that i loved their new music (& the old stuff too-- emily smiled
at that) & they both signed my rop booklet & pictures were taken (ugh) & they
went on to the next table. i felt kind of bad because amy really seemed like
this was not what she wanted to be doing. she had a sort of protective glaze
over her eyes-- but seeing how many hands they had to shake & all of the
pretty meaningless introductions to people they would probably never meet
again-- i could totally sympathize. yuck what a rotton part of the job.
emily, on the other hand, had a sort of jovial resignation going that made it
seem like she was having some fun. they went around the room & made many
people happy. then they went back inside to the dressing rooms.
then the sony people played a very corporate "advertisement" video for the
indigo girls, giving their sale totals, mentioning grammys & gold-n-platinum
records, but also their affiliations with grassroots organizations, their
benefit concerts & their very loyal fans!! some of the footage was from
watershed & some from other interviews. it covered the high points of their
career.
then all the people who won tickets from whfs were let into the very front
three rows from outside & they dimmed the lights & introduced the indigo
girls!!

the set list was:
shame on you --i am so glad this is the first single-- it is really strong &
still fun.
it's alright (with emily playing a great bit of slide guitar)
--an interlude where they had to totally retune & said that a couple of days
ago all of their instruments were left outside in a freezing van & haven't
been the same since. emily said--"they're mad"
shed your skin-- which is kind of bluesy & then rock-y & has many tempo
changes &  i'm not sure i like it yet-- but the lyrics are powerful (amy
said-- "after you hear this song you will wonder why we tuned at all" or
something to that effect)
get out the map--obviously will become a sing-along
don't give that girl a gun-- soo powerful & angst-ridden, ending with "i'm
your fool...i'm your fool...i'm your fool" crooned as only amy ray can with
blinding intensity.
caramia-- pure indigo-- their harmonizing is so tight and
unexpected--beautiful!!

& finally "one you can sing along with if you want" galileo (amy broke a
string!)

amy seemed much happier up on stage-- they both seemed quite joyful. the
crowd was really into it-- which pleasantly surprised me. we even sang
lustily alone for half a verse. emily thanked us for "coming to the party".

(for people keeping count--amy was wearing a lower east side needle exchange
t-shirt. it was clean & new looking-- maybe she has a box!)

i am looking forward to hearing the just passin' through on hfs & will do my
best to tape it. hope my rambling about this hasn't bored anyone. what a
night! i am one happy woman.
thanks for reading,
alexandra

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subject:      an indigo math moment!

okay, here i am up on a thursday night, studying as usual.  i am having
trouble with a problem, so i look up rhombus in the back of my
precalculus/trig book.  land of canaan (ig album version) is playing, and
i come across the word ray, and i think cool!  so then i look for
sailers, but is it there, no!  what is this, a conspiracy by you amy
people?  if you dominate math, what other areas to you control?  are you
responsible for those so called alien abductions? hmm?  equal time!  oh,
history of us, gotta go.

jeremy

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maybe along with our donations, we should each send her a cool shirt so
she'll have some stuff to wear! (making a joke about her many wearings
of her needle shirt...)
have a laugh on me folks...

"i hold it i fold it i throw it on the floor..i wrote it but maybe i'm afraid that you'll be bored...it's very real and true and sad and hopeful just like me...it's one of those things i'll never tell i'll carve it in a tree......" -k's choice "wait"

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any word on when the first single off the new cd will be out??


multiply life by the power of shoes

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hey all!!!:)

        i am writing yall from alabama!! i am glad to be apart of this awsome
mail club!! the indigo girls is my favorite band!(bet you have not heard
that one before!:)......anyway!  i am jealose of the people who have
heard the "shame on you" song already!!
oh!- in reply to someones letter....
the ig are going through a time where they want to experience new
instruments and almost a new style of music.... that is why the "new"
music is more electrically driven instead of an acoustic background like
in the past....
i got my info from their homepage at epic off of one of their video
interviews. and that is basically what they said.
well, if anyone wants to reply or send me any cool ig stuff:) :), feel
free! (but please do not bomb me with 100+ messages :)

                        until april 29th!!!
see ya!!!!
brett

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hey kind friends~

        a project is now under way to give ms. amy ray a birthday present
from the worldwide ig mailing list.  her birthday is april 12th and she will
be 33 years old.
this was mandi martin's <mandi96@airmail.net> idea and she has put a good
deal of energy and time into arranging the logistics of this plan.  there
are several parts:

1) we are asking that everyone on the list who cares to donate to amy's
birthday present send a $5.00 donation directly to the honor the earth
campaign at:

                honor the earth
                c/o greta gohn
                box 502
                chimacum, wa 98325

        checks and money orders should be made payable to honor the earth.
foreign
currency is fine.  write "amy's birthday" or "amy donation" on the
envelope and include a note saying how much you have sent.  if you want
to be on the list of people who donated, email mandi at "mandi96@airmail.net".
        greta gohn is a list member and she works for hte.  she is using her
cousin candice gohn's email account, in case any of you were confused.  i
know i was :o

2) in addition to the hte donation, if anyone cares to give seperately or in
addition to the hte donation, mandi is going to purchase a piece of native
american artwork for amy as well.  you can also send artwork funds to greta
at the above address also made out to hte, just specify how much goes for
art and how much for hte.

3)  at the fort worth tcu concert on april 10th, we are hoping to make a
personal presentation to amy including a birthday card with a message from
all who donated, notice of the amount donated to hte in amy's name and to
present her with the artwork also.  mandi and i are currently in contact
with rcam about arranging the presentation for the fort worth venue.

        i hope we can at least get 10% of this list to participate in this
birthday project, giving us a donation for amy/hte in the $400-500 range.
        we're gonna do somethang similar for emily's birthday also.

        so amyray, show ms. ray how much you love her and how much you
appreciate her inspiring music and her sincere social activism.  it's only
5-bucks after all, yeah!!

        hey kind friend
        i don't know when i'll see you again...
        so i'll meet you in new orleans or i'll see you around
        i don't know if these highs will be coming down
        it's ok friend, i'm ok friend
                                        ~amy ray


we come to you with strange fire!!
tony, mandi & greta
~the birthday crew :)

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in reply to the letter about the auburn al. tickets...
when do the tickets go on sale anyway??? you said that you were going to
get tickets before they went on sale to the public...what is that date??
thanks!!!:)
brett

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uhhh, 52 here. maybe the oldest ig fan on the list?

                                dr

robert e. waters wrote:
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> kfluor@aol.com wrote:
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> > hi
> >
> > since i'm a new subscribee uh,  --- is anyone here over 30? from the listings
> > i read it seems like most people are in college -- or younger ---...but...am
> > i in the wrong place--- too old for this list?
> nope---48 here
> rw
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date:         thu, 20 mar 1997 23:22:24 pst
reply-to:     "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
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from:         "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
subject:      re: ig davenport show opener

ani will be in cedar rapids, ia on april 9, just a week and a half later
(a
concert i will be at), so it is very possible that she'll be on hand
early to
open for the ig on march 28.  i'll be at the ig concert too, so this
would be
great to see.

lisa

on thu, 20 mar 1997 09:56:09 -0600 sarah wagoner
<sarah-wagoner@library.wustl.edu> writes:
>just wondering...any word on who might be opening for the girls in
>davenport (3/28)?  i know that different artists are opening for
>different
>shows...and it was said somewhere that ani may open for the girls
>sometime...i also noticed that she has no tour dates from
>3/23-4/3...maybe
>she'll make an appearance in iowa??
>
>sarah

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        >>>chirping in at 36<<<
i       tony, da chickenman - houston, texas, usa       g
n                                                       i
d       not content to bow and bend to the whims        r
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a friend of a friend of mine, who goes to la salle, is going to get me
tickets for the la salle show tomorrow.  according to him, only la salle
students can buy them, but they can buy as many as they want.  also, they
each get one ticket free.  the show is on april 19, & it will be around
$15.  it's ga, & it's on a football field or something.  if anyone wants
tix, i can do my best to get them for you, but you have to e-mail me asap.
also, all of the above information is according to some random guy, & i
have no idea if he is trustworthy or not.  i don't want to get stuck paying
for people's tickets, so if you want them, you have to agree to pay for
them.  i am only doing this b/c veronica bought our hofstra tickets for us,
& that was the best concert of my life, so i can only try to help other
people in the same way.  (thanks, v! :) so, if you're interested, e-mail me
by tomorrow at the latest, & i'll see what i can do.

andi

  -_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-
                                andrea lipman
                       e-mail: ablipman@sas.upenn.edu
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                          i got somewhere we can go
                    i just need someone to stand with
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subject:      re: hte..amy's shirt

oh, i really hate to say "you know, that's not a bad idea," but....
wouldn't it be great if we custom designed a t-shirt for both a
and e, both different to fit their likes, personalities (as far as
we see them), gave it to them, and waited to see if they would
wear it at a concert?  the shirts would have to be personal and show our
great appreciation in some way.  what would go on them, i
have no idea, but it is an interesting idea, isn't it?  maybe y'all
can come up with some suggestions, or just beat this idea down now.
if you like the idea, kudos to tracy; if you hate it, okay, i'll take the
heat.

lisa

on thu, 20 mar 1997 23:01:54 -0600 tracy fears <salray@webtv.net> writes:
>maybe along with our donations, we should each send her a cool shirt
>so
>she'll have some stuff to wear! (making a joke about her many wearings
>of her needle shirt...)
>have a laugh on me folks...

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if all of us contribute a drawing of our own for amy and for emily
(depicting our view of each woman) then send them to me via snail mail
and i'll make the shirts!

"i hold it i fold it i throw it on the floor..i wrote it but maybe i'm afraid that you'll be bored...it's very real and true and sad and hopeful just like me...it's one of those things i'll never tell i'll carve it in a tree......" -k's choice "wait"

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i imagine lotsof people on the list are over 30.  or at least i'd prefer
not to think of myself as an old gummer. :-)....  anyway, the point is that
the list is a good source for information of interest regarding our common
interest in some very special artists!

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i am off for 11 days of bliss in the phillipines...so, i am signing off for
now. back soon (april 1).  if you wanna get in touch with me, send mail
privately.  take care all!

sara

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sorry to waste the bandwith with this, but mat i have a question i think
you might be able to answer, and it's been gnawing at me for a while...

peace (and sorry),
bill

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hi there.

i'm not on the list (i used to be, but the traffic was too much), so i hope
that this doesn't offend anyone.  however, i was wondering about
where to buy tickets (and if i still can) for the ig concert on april 4th in
eugene, or.  i tried ticket master, but they didn't have anything listed.
i'm down here in southern oregon, so if there is a number that i can call
where i can reserve tickets, it would make my life easier.

anyway, thanks :)

kirstin

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hi y'aaaaall.  in one week i will be in corpus christi, texas. i've been
there before, but i was wondering if anyone from around there knew of any
fun things to do for a 19-year old. (besides "the zodiac"....lol!)   there
has to be *something* in cc to do. if you know what it is, let me know!
i'll be there for about a week....

thanks in advance!
-liz-

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hi there,

can anyone help me out with some ideas on cheapish but nice
accommodation in atlanta or surrounding parts.  i'm coming over for
those chastain park concerts in may with the obligatory road trip to
follow - so ideas for no would be good too -  and will need somewhere to
get over jetlag etc.

thanks for any help.

penelope

(if i can fly all the way from australia to see the girls in ga, i
really think someone can come from texas..............you know who you
are!!!!!)

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i would be quite offended if someone offered to make me a shirt to replace,
what could easily be a powerful statement about the prevention of aids, how
messed our drug policy is, ect. amy wears that shirt for a reason, she is
passionate about many things and i think if you were in that situation and
a person you didnt know offered you a new shirt because they thought the one
you liked to wear looked old, i am sure you would be offended.

course i dont mean this as a flame, since i think i saw a 8^) somewhere...
mike r.

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hi, indigogalaxy!
on the rem list mentioned this boot house: kiss the stone records in italy (
http://www.kts.it ) they have 2 cds:
- history of us
- in with the out crowd
for $22 i think. there's also a billy bragg boot.

any of you have any boot, tv appearance,... from k's choice (mainly when they
opened up for ig)?? i'm very interested in everything concerning k's choice, including
articles,reviews,.. (we can set up a trade if you want to)

by the way, we have from record collector, sept 95, no. 193 which has apretty
comprehensive review of ig history and discography. has it been mentioned before??
if not, i have it scanned, and i could type it by pieces, but after that i wanted to
be sure.
swimming in old papers i found this jewel:(it's the only ig review in the spanish
press that i know). it's a review of some female groups(very short commentars, only
5 lines each) including: hole, pjharvey,babes in toyland,liz phair,lisa germano,...
(translate from spanish)
el pais
18 december 1993
"indigo girls: georgian duet who has jumped from folk to rock with the help of
rem and hothouse flowers. the only group in the world who has dedicated songs
to virginia wolf, and galileo!!!..."
a bit sarcastic,don't you think? mainly when you see the commentar for the other
artists...
see you, ferran
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
"beat me up                       |ferran nogueroles d'oliveira
and smash my brand new tv         |      & monica soutto
to help me look for               |    <maror@teleco.upv.es>
a little piece of paradise in me" | universitat politecnica de valencia
       k's choice-'paradise in me'
valencia, the valencian land,(..still spain but not for too long )europe
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>>in addition to the hte donation, if anyone cares to give seperately or in addition to the hte donation, mandi is going to purchase a piece of native
american artwork for amy as well.  you can also send artwork funds to greta
at the above address also made out to hte, just specify how much goes for
art and how much for hte.<<

greetings all...

just wanted to add a little clarification here (or correction, as i think the case may be..:). it has been planned thus far that i would be the one to buy amy the tangible part of the gift (somebody might wanna tell me if this has changed).  if you're interested in donating to this specific piece of the presentation, please do not make the check out to hte.  there is virtually no way that we can separate the money before april 10th.
soooo...if y'all are interested, the procedure is this:
when you're getting ready to prepare your donation, make two checks out, one to hte and one to me (greta gohn).  i've prepared  an invoice/spreadsheet (thank the goddess for microsoft excell..:), on which i'm putting records of all the donations, as well as scanned copies of the checks.  when the piece is purchased, i'll make copies of the receipt and of the records to send to any and all who want them...assuring you, no, this really isn't just a get rich quick scheme hatched up by mandi, tony, and i. :)

and there it is.  questions? comments?

this donation system is not only a way to thank amy for everything that she has shared with us through her music, but to let her know that her political voice strengthens us into uniting for a movement in her name. don't let her beautiful, significant message go to waste.  remember that action can be taken here.

fight complacency.  motivate yourself.

"honor the earth is not just another environmental cause. the basic issues of human rights, justice and our own survival are at stake...this campaign is a way to become part of the solution to the environmental threats facing our planet." -amy ray

"raise your hands
raise your hands high
don't take a seat
don't stand aside
this time
don't assume anything
this time..."
-amy ray

ouch!  stop throwing tomatoes dammit!  ...okay, okay, i'll get off the soapbox.

later y'all.
-greta

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count me in the over 40 group - i'll hit 45 this year and have the
requisite graying hair to prove it.

i went to see shawn colvin last summer (who did not show) and the guy at
the venue looked at me and another list member who i will not name, and
said he didn't think he had to card us, did he? i told him no, he didn't
and asked him what gave us away, our graying hair? he said no, the
thickness of our glasses. you kids, are so cruel 8-)

nancy humphries
nancy@rbdc.rbdc.com

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first i want to say a big thanks to all of those who are organizing the gift
for amy's birthday...this is such a great organization, and i encourage
everyone to jump in.  no one is asking to give up $100, just five dollars or
more if you have it!!!

second...i have had so many people email me about the au show...i wish that
i could get all of these tickets for you, but i won't know until a week or
even less before the 20th.  so please hang in there.  i will write again
about it when i find out the exact number that i have!!!;-)

so stop reading this post....cause it is ending after all, write that check,
and send it to greta now!!!!!;)

take care all
tucker


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subject:      shame on you

hey everyone!!!

sooo,  i taped soy off the radio last night, and it is was really weird
to have heard so many different bootleg versions, and to have experienced
the rawness of the song before they did a studio version, and then to
hear it, well, it's just weird.  i really love it, how could i not??  but
it is strange, it's so polished and complete and it just lost all that
amy-rawness i love so much.

but, it's so cute when she sings "and when the beautiful ladies walk
right by, i never know what to say"  and she laughs a little.  ...sigh...

and, my gawd, this could be big.  i don't know how i feel about it.  but
i can definately see this going top 40.  augh.  the thought turns my
stomach a little bit.  color me selfish, but i don't want them to get too
big.  although, part of me thinks that is dumb of me and i should want as
many people as possible to hear the messages and the beauty of their
music, but still i want them all for me and other equally devoted fans.
anyway, just my little thoughts and ramblings.  i hope everyone has a
smabulous weekend  :)

love,
sundara <-- who knows she is a lame-ass email pal and will try to write
everyone she has been flaky with this weekend

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hey kids!

just a few indigothoughts:

1)  i sent myself my loop compilation tape - it was really good, i loved
it - thank you - your welcome.

2) i picked up a copy of the current "how" magazine for graphic
designers and the ig pre-release cd packaging for 1200 curfews won an
award for best design.  it was a really cool wood and rivets kind of
thing.  very sweet.  it looks like something that should be on every
collectors "must have" list.  i know i'm gonna start looking.

3) i apologize to everyone for starting the avalance of requests and
posts regarding the emilyonly boots.  i'm sorry.

4) i turned 30 last month and didn't really discover the ig until i was
29.  for whatever that's worth.

5)  still haven't received any pictures (other than the coupla emailed
ones) for the listeepicture thingy.  if you're still interested, please
email me under private cover.


that's it.  thanks for listening.

scott

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at 07:09 am 3/21/97 -0800, greta gohn wrote:

>this donation system is not only a way to thank amy for everything that she
has shared with us through her music, but to let her know that her political
voice strengthens us into uniting for a movement in her name. don't let her
beautiful, significant message go to waste.  remember that action can be
taken here.
>
>fight complacency.  motivate yourself.
>
>"honor the earth is not just another environmental cause. the basic issues
of human rights, justice and our own survival are at stake...this campaign
is a way to become part of the solution to the environmental threats facing
our planet." -amy ray
>
>"raise your hands
> raise your hands high
> don't take a seat
> don't stand aside
> this time
> don't assume anything
> this time..."
>-amy ray


        i will *not* be complacent!!!!

i       tony, da chickenman - houston, texas, usa       g
n                                                       i
d       not content to bow and bend to the whims        r
i       of culture that swoop like vultures             l
g       eating us away to our extinction                s
o                               - emily saliers

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hey y'all,

since the other two members of the birthday crew have spoken up today, i
guess it's my turn.  i just want to clear up some cunfusion that i
caused yesterday, greta will be buying the tangible part of the gift
from the list, not me.  i will be going to a native american/southwest
art convention this weekend and i might pick something up and add it to
the gift, but the money will be from my pocket, not y'all's.
now, onto the fun stuff,

the girls have inspired all of us by their music and their work in
social action groups.  most recently they have directed a lot of their
time and energy towards the honor the earth campaign.  they raised
$300,000 for the campaign dollars during their honor the earth tour.
now we all have a chance to give back to amy and show her how much her
music and her work with hte has inspired/moved us.  don't let amy's work
go to waste, join in, fight complacency, motivate yourself.

"honor the earth is not just another environmental cause. the basic
issues of human rights, justice and our own survival are at stake . . .
this campaign is a way to become part of the solution to the
environmental threats facing our planet." ~amy ray

greta is an honor the earth representative and is keeping a record of
all the donations that she gets, there is no way for any of us (tony,
greta, or me) to even think of touching the money that is sent for the
donation.  i will be keeping a list of people that have donated.  to be
on the list email me at "mandi96@airmail.net" with your name, email
addy, and a message for amy.  the list will be included in a card made
by a listee and will be presented by tony and i to amy at the ft. worth
concert.  tony and i have contacted russell carter's office to let them
know what is going on and to try to insure that we will get to present
the gift personally to amy, we do have several backup plans, amy will
get the gift that night. okay, stop reading this message, go write out a
check to honor the earth, put it in an envelope addressed:

honor the earth
c/o greta gohn
po box 502
chimacum, wa 98325

write "amy donation" or "amy birthday" on the envelope, smack a stamp on
it and put it in the mailbox.  then if you want to be on the list email
me at "mandi96@airmail.net", that's it you're done!  if y'all can flood
people's mailboxes with requests for boots, you can flood mine, please
do, show amy how much her message has meant to you!

love,
mandi

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hello all!

it's a new day, unlike yesterday, which i like to call "only joni will post
to the list today" day.  i think the address changed yesterday to

joni's.emily.solo.boot.offer@netspace.org...today, it's back to
indigo-girls@netspace.org    moving right along... :o)

been reading about the $$$$ donation to hte for amy's b-day....which i
think is a great idea, but i think someone also brought up the possiblity
of singing "happy birthday" to her at the unh concert on her b-day.  i
think the two together will be a nice surprise for our amy.  so, we need to
coordinate this.  we know pretty much that they will be singing all the new
songs, so maybe we should pick one, and when it ends, we should all break
out into song!  well, let's have a flow of ideas here!

we need to decide: after which song to we start, & who's going to start us
off.  i vote for margaret clayton ('cuz she'll be booting and we want to
hear her singing!).

(fyi...i'm waiting on one more reply about the emsoloboot...i'll let y'all
know!)

have a good one everyone!

joni  :o)

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in a message dated 97-03-21 11:27:53 est, you write:

<< sooo,  i taped soy off the radio last night, and it is was really weird
to have heard so many different bootleg versions, and to have experienced
the rawness of the song before they did a studio version, and then to
hear it, well, it's just weird.  i really love it, how could i not??  but
it is strange, it's so polished and complete and it just lost all that
amy-rawness i love so much. >>

me too !!!!!
it got stuck in my head right away and i teared up a little with pride
at the message of the song...that really says something important
with a catchy hook...clever girl !...

i am still fond of the nojf version with mike l. and sheila d.

i've got a feeling about this one.....it makes you want to turn up the radio
when it comes on...that is a good sign, it is !
is it just me ?
or is epic really putting some muscle behind this release ?
rahght on !
heart !
miz b

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over 30 and proud of it!!
zav

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hi all,

i don't know if this has been mentioned yet, but i was lurking around the
kfog homepage (even though i live in boulder, co, and not sf) and found an
11 second sample from soy.  the folks at kfog are such a tease!  come on, i
want the whole version on-line ;)

anyway...the url is http://www.kfog.com/new/releases/index.html

back to springtime in the rockies...

dave

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subject:      nuthin' but a number.....

thirty-freakin' four........(34) that's a pretty cool age i think....gather
'round kiddies and i'll tell ya the story about the days before the cold war
ended, leaded gasoline, quadrophonic stereos, 8-track tapes,  and back when
tv only had 3 channels on a good night. favorite old fart memory....eatin'
pepperoni pizza and drinkin' 16 ounce pepsi in returnable bottles in front o'
the black and white tv on friday night watchin' "room 222" and "love american
style" with mom and dad and my pesky little brother....

                                      brian
                                      who wouldn't trade it for all the
"ellen" episodes in all the
                                      world....  (hee-hee)

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>3)  at the fort worth tcu concert on april 10th, we are hoping to make a
>personal presentation to amy including a birthday card with a message from
>all who donated, notice of the amount donated to hte in amy's name and to
>present her with the artwork also.  mandi and i are currently in contact
>with rcam about arranging the presentation for the fort worth venue.

any chance this presentation could he video taped for those of us
donating that wont be able to be there for the presentation?

just a thought....

peace, love, & all things indigo,       _________
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is to help me take my life less seriously;
it's only life after all."   -- emily saliers

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subject:      nigc- me list

can anyone supply me with the address for the melissa etheridge faq
list????

thanks....

zav

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just heard on wfuv, the fordham university station (90.7fm), that ig are
their featured artists all day next wednesday!!!  and...i actually heard them
play soy both yesterday and today on this station (but today they bleeped
amy's f*ckin' up)...

maureen

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can anyone give me the address for the melissa etheridge faq list.....
.i have a friend who is as crazy about melissa as i am about ig......
thanks
cathy

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ok, y'all, sorry to post this to the list, but i've been swamped for three
days now by messages from people asking for info on the atlanta dates that
i posted.  (we're talking 20+ messages per day.)

i got the info from http://www.pollstar.com, and i don't know anything
else about the shows--nothing about tickets, whether they're confirmed,
etc.--nothing!

so please stop emailing me.  :)

thanks,
margaret

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could someone post them to the list! i would also love to have them!
ben

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hey-
  ok, i don't know if i'm just being stupid or if i actually heard these
things at one point.  ok:  are ig going to be on rosie o'donnell,  david
letterman, or snl anytime soon?  also, i think i heard something about them
going to madison square garden.  can anyone tell me if i was hallucinating
when i thought i heard these things or if they're true?  thanks a bunch.
                                                                  ~liz
p.s.- what's up with the hofstra boot?
           can i still get one???

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hi all...
   this is totally not like any other post i've done in the year that
i've been on here, but i need to ask this. i know that there are those of
you out there who know the indigo girls and i need to ask you for a favor.
my friend april batchelder is going to be at their waterville maine show
on april 13...which is also her birthday, and i know that it would really
make her day extra special to hear the words "happy birthday" from the
best duo in the world. if it is at all possible to pass that along to the
right folks, then i thank you! if not, then don't worry about it, at least
i tried...
                thanks totally,
                           sharoane

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subject:      hi y'all!!! --||-- nigc

     hello, i've been away from this list for a long while, and am glad to
                be back.  just wanted to say hi!!!!

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subject:      t shirts for the girls....

hello friends!

how about we make amy a t shirt with emily's picture on it...
and emily a t shirt with amy's picture...
that way, they'll never feel alone...


:)

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i hope everyone has a lovely weekend!

love,
jan

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the local paper (ann arbor news) had the girls on the cover of the weekend
section to promote the show on monday.  i'm not sure why, since it's sold
out, but i guess the exposure's good.  anyway, it seemed like the reporter
only talked to emily so most of the opinions are hers and i thought you
all might like to see it to balance out the amy article :)  additional
note: there was a picture which looks new, or at least new to me.  emily
has kind of a flip thing going on with her hair (it's cute), and at least
in this picture looks younger to me.  amy's hair looks all one length in
front of her ears and about ear-length, and a little longer in back.  it's
parted to the side and swept over off her face.  it looks a little more
"done" than usual.  moving on.....here's the article:


     for the indigo girls, it starts and finishes with the music.  the
duo, atlanta natives amy ray and emily saliers, makes the kind of music
that's meant for the head and the heart.  their songs make you want to
sit, listen and connect.  asked in a recent phone interview whether her
songs are something she wants to say or if they're something she has to
say, saliers noted that they're usually a bit of both.
     "i've been writing since i was 9.  i was trying to emulate the
sentiments i heard in other songs.  as i began to develop my own ideas and
expression, songwriting became an emotional outlet for me.  i've always
been kind of an observer of the world and what's going on, sort of
thoughtful about things, and so songwriting became an outlet for that.
     "it's all based on emotion.  it could be that intangible power that a
good book or good film has that might move me, or sometimes i'm mad about
what's going on.  it's something that i want to say, and that i have to
say."
     for saliers, the writing of the song is the thing, not it's
reception.  "it starts at a very personal level.  when i'm writing, i'm
not thinking about how its going to be perceived or taken apart, or what
its function is going to be once it's out in the world.  it's the writing,
and it's often hard.  when i compare myself to some of my favorite
writers, it's like, 'ok, keep trying.'"  while she cites favorites as
diverse as jane siberry and the jackson 5, she's especially appreciative
of the work of bob dylan and joni mitchell.
     "he's astounding to me.  he's deceptively simple, when he was writing
in that sort of folk song, working man genre before he turned to rock and
roll.  the way he turns a phrase, no one has ever done it like he does.
reading his lyrics can be debilitating.  and inspiring," she added with a
laugh.
     mitchell is a particular favorite because of her willingness to take
chances as a performer.  "you can listen to any one of her albums and have
a different experience from the others," said saliers.  "she got crucified
for so many of her ventures, all that stuff that wasn't popular.  but to
me it's a brilliant collection of work."
     although their first album won a grammy for best contemporary folk
recording and their next two albums received nominations in that category,
the image of the duo as a couple of folkies won't fly for the indigo girls
anymore.  while their appearance at the michigan theater is part of an
acoustic-only tour of college towns, their new album, "shaming of the
sun," due out at the end of april, is a mix of acoustic guitars, fender
stratocaster, violins and bouzoukis, with a dash of cello.
     so, how would she characterize indigo girls music?  one attempt,
"folk music with drums," makes her laugh.  "amy and i feel free to do what
we want to creatively.  maybe alternative folk," she added with another
hearty laugh.
     "before we got signed to a major label, it was just the two of us
with our guitars and we had really strong folk roots.  acoustic guitar was
our medium, and when we got signed, we wanted to maintain that essence.
we were probably a little leery about going into a studio with a producer
and having him add a bunch of stuff.  so our first record for epic was
really sparse and stripped down.
     "but you yearn to grow and you yearn to create musically.  both amy
and i are big fans of rock and roll, and i'm a big fan of r & b, and you
just want to stretch a little bit.  after playing acoustic guitar for 15
years, you start to ask yourself, well what else is out there you can
experiment with."  they found out by producing the new album themselves,
with david leonard.  it gave them the freedom to experiment with the songs
in the studio, and work on them, in ways they couldn't earlier.
     the duo began singing together in high school in 1980, and became the
indigo girls in 1983 when the two were attending emory university in
atlanta, where they still live.  while they don't usually write songs
together, their influence on each other's work is clear.
     "i have to fight internally to grow," said saliers, "because i tend
to stay in the same mode of expression.  that's why it's good to have a
partner like amy, because she's the opposite of that.  it's a fine line,
determining when it's right to try something new, but keeping it
heartfelt.  we need to do that for ourselves and our fans.
     "we have the sweetest fans.  on this tour it's just me and amy.
cutting our teeth.  we come out there and we barely know these songs," she
said with a chuckle.  "the album is fairly heavily produced, and it's just
the two of us, so we can't recreate it musically, but since most of the
people haven't heard it yet (g), that's ok.  we come out on stage and say,
'do y'all mind if we play a oucple of our new songs?' and they start
screaming.  they're the best."


whew!  that's it, and all typos are mine.  hope it was worth the length :)

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hey everybody. i have a guitar question for all the musicians on the list:

what equipment is used by acoustic guitars in performances. specifically
how does a performer hook up an acoustic guitar to get that "sound" like on
1200c. could someone give me a detailed path description such as guitar -
effect - pa ??? whatever.

please help! thanks in advance,

derek

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shawn is hitting the road again in a couple of weeks.  this current tour
schedule is:


4/4  - eddie's attic - decatur, ga - 7/9pm
4/5  - friends - anderson, sc - 8:30pm
4/10 - amsterdam cafe - auburn, al - 10pm
4/11 - southern lights coffeehouse - fairhope, al - 8pm
4/12 - coffee merchants - gulf shores, al - 8pm
4/15 - neutral ground - new orleans, la - 9pm
4/16 - acadian brewing co. - new orleans, la
4/18 - poor david's pub - dallas, tx - 9pm
4/23 - sojourn's cafe - el paso, tx - 8pm
4/25 - cafe oasis - santa fe, nm - 8pm
4/27 - fiddler's dream - phoenix, az - 7pm
4/30 - hotel utah - san francisco, ca - 9pm
5/2  - cafe lena - portland, or - 9pm
5/3  - seattle's best coffee - seattle, wa - 7pm
5/8  - euthemia's - denver, co - 8pm
5/9  - acoustic coffeehouse - nederland, co
5/10 - medicine bow - cheyenne, wy - 9pm
5/12 - mokabe's - st louis, mo - 9pm
5/14 - harvey's on the mall - kalamazoo, mi - 10pm
5/16 - barking spider - cleveland, oh - 10pm
5/20 - rudyard kipling - louiville, ky - 9pm
5/23 - eddie's attic - decatur, ga - 7&9pm shows
5/28 - the full circle - waynesville, nc
5/30 - third st. coffeehouse - roanoke, va
5/31 - fiddle & bow - winston salem, nc


for more information or to order cds, contact:

    smg records
    2103 n. decatur road, suite 124,
    decatur, ga 30033
    1-800-544-2886
    smgrec@mindspring.com


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hi guys
a long time ago i asked this list if anyone knew of an rem list like this.
no one did at the time.  i have since come across 4.  if anyone wants info,
lemme know!
lori


"she's a sad tomato.  she's three miles of bad road."
                                            rem

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>     for saliers, the writing of the song is the thing, not it's
>reception.  "it starts at a very personal level.  when i'm writing, i'm
>not thinking about how its going to be perceived or taken apart, or what
>its function is going to be once it's out in the world.  it's the writing,
>and it's often hard.  when i compare myself to some of my favorite
>writers, it's like, 'ok, keep trying.'"

it's incredible what you can see watching someone performing.  i don't
think i've ever read anything about emily talking about her writing
process in this way, and yet i could see it in her face at hofstra, that
it was the writing that was most important to her, that striving for the
perfect words.


>     "we have the sweetest fans.  on this tour it's just me and amy.
>cutting our teeth.  we come out there and we barely know these songs," she
>said with a chuckle.  "the album is fairly heavily produced, and it's just
>the two of us, so we can't recreate it musically, but since most of the
>people haven't heard it yet (g), that's ok.  we come out on stage and say,
>'do y'all mind if we play a oucple of our new songs?' and they start
>screaming.  they're the best."

awwww....   did anyone else get warm fuzzies reading that?  emily is so
great.  i think for her birthday, we should give her a great big listee
hug.

love you all,
audrey
*who actually had someone say "shame on you" to her today.  you know what
i said back.  ;)   every opportunity to spread the gospel.  do y'all
realize how lucky we are to be living now, experiencing all this music as
it happens???

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>
> do ya'll know how awesome tony "da chickenman" fraps is??
> if not let me enlighten you...
>
> this man is sooooooo awesome.. he sends me stuff
> on whim, makes me smile and gives me new fab-o
> music to listen to.. today i received my first ever
> boot of the 1996 nojf (that i of course popped in the
> tape deck while i got ready for work)
> i had bought blanks today to send to pj and sundara
> but getting this little surprise was the best
> pick-me-up in a long while!!! thank you thank you
> tony for bringing little smiles to my day!!
> now it truly is an indigo day for moi!!
>
> permanent member of the secret bird lovers society
> anj
>
> ps pj and sundara.. i'll email you later.. but i did
> buy those blanks!!


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hey!!

        i heard a tid bit of soy on the web!!! it sounded really full and like
they were just rockin!!!

hey!! - if anyone has anything cool that they want to send me or tell me
about please do!!:):)
i do not think the radio stations around here are going to play soy??? i
will call in and request it!!:)  anyway! i would love to hear from some
fellow indigo fans!

thanks!
brett

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sorry for the wasting bw, guys but i have to say "ditto" on the awesome tony
"da chickenman"!
he can bring a smile to my face:) :) :)
kl

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hi, just thought i'd say hi and introduce myself.
also would like to know if anyone in the seattle area is going down to the
eugene show on the 4th?


kerry

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welliamgoingtobeoutoftownforthenextfewdaysandithoughtthattheremightbeatleast
onelistmemberwhocaredsoidecidedtoposttothelisttoletall1000+ofyouknowthatiwil
lnotbeavailablehopefullythetrafficwontbettoheavyandiwonthaveanexplodingmailb
oxwhenigetbacktakecareallofyouyouarelikemybestfriendsinthewholeworld

indigoinkisses

:dwayne

"me and jesus, we're of the same heart
the only thing that keeps us distant,
   is that i keep fucking up"
- amy ray, "shame on you"

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subject:      ig on the radio / indigo swirls?

ola, everyone!

i'm a little tipsy still from happy hour, so bare with me, as my
grammar/spelling may not be up to par...

all i have to say is wfuv in ny (90.7 fm) rules!  i was about to call today
to request soy and i was about to pick up the phone and then i heard the
opening chords to the song :)  how cool was that?!  so needless to say, i
cranked it and began dancing around my office... it's a good thing that i'm
the only one there during the day.  i had been meaning to become a member of
the station for a while but didn't have the funds, but hearing soy put me
over the edge, and i called up and joined.  :)

then i was listening to 105.1 fm 'the buzz' and you know how radio stations
do their little self-promotion thingy and they play a bunch of clips from
different songs?  well one of them was i don't wanna know...  it took me a
few seconds to register that it was the ig *and* that it was an ooooold song,
but sure enough, they played it.  it was a trip.

ok, also, i was wondering if anyone ever followed through on the indigo
swirls idea from last year cause i read this in the march edition of the
phish newsletter:
"we're also pleased to announce an exciting new collaboration with our vt
neighbors, ben & jerry's- a gooey, chocolatey, marshmallowy concoction called
phish food... we'll be donating all royalties due phish from sales of the
flavor and related merchandise to restoration/clean-up efforts in the lake
champlain basin..."
so after reading this, i'm more determined than ever to see the indigo swirls
idea through.  i'm salivating as i imagine a swirl of blueberry/strawberry
sorbet with something crunchy in it, maybe nuts of some kind.  mmmmm....  all
you boston badass party goers should pay extra attention cause it didn't look
like you had enough pints of b&j... ;)

ok, that's enough drunken typing for now...  enjoy your weekends... me, i'll
be studying for another midterm (what else is new?).

peace & lots of ben & jerry's ice cream,
sheri :)
'..your love is better than ice cream...'- s. mclachlan, played it on the
jukebox today at sheri's happy hour :)

/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\
_    _----_          o   |...when you learn
{ ~\_/    o \   o  o      |to love yourself
{ ~ _  ]    <  o          |you will dissolve
{_~/ \_    _/             |all the stones
       \/--               |that are cast...
seaphish@aol.com         | -amy ray
seallen@sprintmail.com
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subject:      university-only audiences

i've read some posts lately about college shows that are for the university
students and faculty/staff only (no outsiders) and people's frustration with
not being able to get tickets.  maybe amy and emily are doing this for a reason -
to play before a specific college community. (who'da thunk it?)  that thought
crossed my mind several months ago when i got the "official" ig newsletter
in the mail.  that newsletter mentioned that they would be doing a high school
tour and a college tour.  the first thing that crossed my mind was that the
audiences will probably be largely comprised of people who don't go to those
schools.  i would love to go to one of the college shows (if one was scheduled
near me), but then again, i think that maybe an "outsider" should forego
going to as many college shows as possible, thus freeing up
more tickets for the students/faculty/staff at the respective colleges.
i've noticed many people panicking because they're afraid they won't get to
see the girls this year, but didn't someone speak with russell carter after
the mt. holyoke show and say that a & e are going to be touring *in every part
of the country* this year?  to our knowledge, after the high school (which
imho should be strictly limited to high school students) and college tours,
we know they're going to be doing a regular tour and then an honor the earth
tour in the east.  i'm just going to relax and try to catch them in atlanta,
here in nashville, or anywhere they happen to play in 3 or 4 hour radius.  i'm
confident i'll get to see them at least once this year.  if russell says
they'll be coming to a venue near you, then let's trust him on that and
not panic.  if you think about it, the various legs of their tour are
kind of "targeted" at specific demographics/fan bases:  high school students
(which i assume is largely for the purpose of encouraging students to
develop their writing talents, appreciate literature and writing, and generally
educate them), college students, their "universal" fan base, and those
interested in native american issues and other issues of social and
environmental justice.  i think that's pretty cool (and efficient, too!)
my $0.02...  don't flame - just think about this...

peace,

joan :-d

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subject:      over 30

well, somehow i've missed the post about people over 30, so i have no idea
what it said or requested, but i'll bite...i'm 31 :)   as far as  ig fans
(or at least the ones on this list) being rather young, i recall from the
atlanta mag article russell carter (hmmm..this is the second time tonight
i've mentioned his name:) saying that a & e had a very large contingent of
fans (especially male) in their 40s and 50s.  i would imagine the reason
there are more younger folks on this list is because perhaps they're more
computer literate or more comfortable e-mailing and surfing the 'net.
i mean, don't they practically teach kids computer skills in pre-school
these days?  ;)

also, many college students get free e-mail accounts...

peace,

joan :-d

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hey, i just heard the coolest thing - the d.j. on kmtt just said that
'p.j.' won a ticket to the ig party.  way to go pj!!  fun to hear a list
member win the first time i turn on the radio to the contest.  at least
i'm assuming this is our one & only favorite pj of list fame.

only fifty-two hours left to sit by the radio all weekend & try to be the
3rd caller next time ig comes on.  enough already, my redial finger is
getting a cramp :-)

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at 11:09 am 3/21/97 est, sundara wrote:
>and, my gawd, this could be big.  i don't know how i feel about it.  but
>i can definately see this going top 40.  augh.  the thought turns my
>stomach a little bit.  color me selfish, but i don't want them to get too
>big.  although, part of me thinks that is dumb of me and i should want as
>many people as possible to hear the messages and the beauty of their
>music, but still i want them all for me and other equally devoted fans.

        hey sundara!

        isn't this like really close to what soy is about -- unnecessarily
keeping immigrants out of the *promised land*?  let's open up our arms and
our hearts wide to welcome the new ig converts -- love expands as it is
given, amyray, so the more the better, i say!! :)
        can you imagine the whole world groovin' to ig tunes?  it would
surely be a drastic improvement for the state of humankind and the world!

        imagine all the people living life in peace
        you may say that i'm a dreamer, but i'm not the only one
        i hope one day you will join us
        and the world will live as one :*)
                                ~john lennon

have a smabulous ig day :)

i       tony, da chickenman - houston, texas, usa       g
n                                                       i
d       not content to bow and bend to the whims        r
i       of culture that swoop like vultures             l
g       eating us away to our extinction                s
o                               - emily saliers

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subject:      pj???  lucky winner
x-to:         kathy miller <kmiller@accessone.com>

kathy - how do you know it's our pj?
i heard it too - i thought the same thing.
pj - was it you??   :)

this is going to be a long weekend!!!
the dj said they had "tons" of invitations to give away this weekend.
i guess you all know where all the seattle listers will be this fine
friday night.

i wish a&e would put on a special, exclusive pre-release mini-concert
for just their faithful listers   :)

take it easy...
lynn from seattle   :)

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> sent:         friday, march 21, 1997 8:09 pm
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>
> hey, i just heard the coolest thing - the d.j. on kmtt just said that
> 'p.j.' won a ticket to the ig party.  way to go pj!!  fun to hear a
> list
> member win the first time i turn on the radio to the contest.  at
> least
> i'm assuming this is our one & only favorite pj of list fame.
>
> only fifty-two hours left to sit by the radio all weekend & try to be
> the
> 3rd caller next time ig comes on.  enough already, my redial finger is
> getting a cramp :-)
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can i just second that????

a concert for just their faithful listers!  that would be a great party... :
)


court

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audrey heard soy on wxpn today, & she dubbed it for me, so i thought i'd
post the lyrics.  i already had them typed out, thanks to jen, so i just
changed around a few things.  i thought it sounded pretty cool w/ all the
instruments in the background, & amy sounds so cute when on the "and when
the beautiful ladies walk right by you know i never know what to say"
line...she laughs a little, & then kind of speak-sings the last part.  so,
here's what the lyrics sounded like to me...


        shame on you

        my friends they wash the windows
        and they shine in the sun
        they tell me wake up early in the morning sometime
        see what a beautiful job we've done

        i said let's put on some tunes
        sing-a-long and do a little all day
        go down to the riverside, take off our shoes
        and wash these sins away

        and the river said, la la la, it said
        shame on you
        and the river said, la la la, it said
        shame on you

        i go down to chicano city park
        cause it makes me feel so fine
        and when the weeds go down
        you can see up close
        in the dead of the wintertime

        oh, when the summer comes everything's in bloom
        and you wouldn't know it's there
        and the white folks like to pretend it's not
        but their music's in the air

        you can hear 'em singing, la, la, la, they said
        shame on you
        you can feel 'em dancing, la, la, la, they said
        shame on you

        my friend tanner she says, you know, me and jesus
        we're of the same heart
        the only thing that keeps us distant
        is that i keep f--king up

        i said come on down to chicano city park
        and wash your blues away
        and when the beautiful ladies walk right by
        you know i never know what to say

        and now they're singing, ooh la, la, la...
        shame on you
        and we're dancing, ooh la, la, la...they said
        shame on you
        shame on you

                        [musical break]

        let's go road-block tripping in the middle of the night
        up in gainesville town
        there'll be blue lights flashing down a long dirt road
        and they ask me to step out

        they said we've been looking for illegal immigrants
        can we check your car
        i said you know it's funny
        i think we were on the same boat back in 1694

        and i said, ooh, la, la, la...
        shame on you
        and they'll be dancing,  la, la, la... i said shame on you
        shame on you...
        ooh, la, la, la...
        shame on you
        la, la, la...
        shame on you
        i said i said shame on you
        they'll be dancing...
        la la la...
        shame on you

  -_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-
                                andrea lipman
                       e-mail: ablipman@sas.upenn.edu
                 homepage: http://www.sas.upenn.edu/~ablipman

                    "cause baby, i got something to stand for
                          i got somewhere we can go
                    i just need someone to stand with
                it ain't no good just being alone."-amy ray
  _-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_

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date:         fri, 21 mar 1997 23:23:20 -0500
reply-to:     elizabeth clare antonio skipper <eskippe@emory.edu>
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from:         elizabeth clare antonio skipper <eskippe@emory.edu>
subject:      re: ig on hfs's "just passinh through"
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>i just heard on hfs that tonight's show at the birchmire
>in alexandria, va will be recorded for a future episode
>of "just passing through!!"

color me ignorant, but what is "just passing through"?  also, does anyone
have any information on the lift show at the point in atlanta?  i'm in
atlanta, but i only go to school (emory) here, so i'm (once again) clueless
about cost, location, age limit, etc.  any info would be greatly
appreciated.  thanks.

elizabeth

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"i've gotta go on
i've gotta be strong
but it's hard to exist."
                        -pink floyd

"i'd rather laugh with the sinners than cry with the saints
the sinners are much more fun."
                        -billy joel

"...and then i felt sad because i realized that once people are broken in
certain ways,
they can't ever be fixed, and this is something nobody ever tells you when
you are
young and it never fails to surprise you as you grow older as you see the
people in
your life break one by one. you wonder when your turn is going to be, or if
it's
already happened." -- douglas coupland, life after god.

"my dog, she
looks at me sometimes
with that look,
and i think maybe
deep down inside
she must know exactly
how i feel. but then
maybe she just wants
the food off my plate."
                        -diane deaton

"be like the bird that, passing on her flight awhile on boughs too slight,
feels them give way beneath her, and yet sings, knowing that she hath wings."
                        -victor hugo

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date:         fri, 21 mar 1997 23:36:33 -0500
reply-to:     emily monteer <emonteer@arches.uga.edu>
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from:         emily monteer <emonteer@arches.uga.edu>
subject:      rainy day records (sigc)
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hello there listees..
   i have been having an incredible night and now i must stop and tell you
all why.  i decieded at 8pm that i just *had* to go to rdr tonight, so i
called them and talked to the greatest man on the phone.  he gave me
detailed directions on how to get there (i live in athens) and promised to
wait for me since i would be getting there just as they would normally be
closing.  well i got there and he was even greater in person!  i bought
lift's new cd (the reason for my trip to begin with) for only $9! what a
store.. and then i of course had to check out ig.. and i found the cd's
that someone else mentioned..leeves that break in my heart, and early
recording.. amazing cd's... i spent way too much money.. but anyway, back
to why i am telling you all this.  i mentioned the list to this man (i
never got his name, but he is probably the owner) and he spent a while
telling me how good the list had been to them and how wonderful ig fans
are.  he said they have shipped cd's all over the world and never once
have they gotten a bad check from an ig fan.  that just makes me smile :)
we chatted about local music and i gazed at pictures on both the walls and
in albums.. it amazes me how music can bring people together.. the girls
really are something powerful and thier power extends beyond thier music,
it's who they are..as i was leaving i told this beautiful man thank you
one more time and he said to stay in touch.  i felt like i was leaving a
friend's house.  he is having lift autograph a poster for me at their cd
release party that i can't attend, and then he is mailing it to me.. all
for free..he just offerd when i told him how i would love to come to the
release party but couldn't. and the thing that really got me was how
greateful he was for us.. the suporters.. he kept telling me how much the
list ment to them..  and i kept telling him how much they mean to us..
peace and love to my fellow ig fans,
em

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<|       sing somebody do something anything soon i know i can't be the
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                                       -ani difranco

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date:         fri, 21 mar 1997 23:38:50 est
reply-to:     transient@juno.com
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from:         tamara l mizell <transient@juno.com>
subject:      chiapas chords?

hi guitar gurus!

i sat down for a short while to try and figure out the chords for
"chiapas bound" and can't get them all.  can anyone help me out here?
also, if you happen to have the exact picking pattern, that'd be cool
too, because i'm just guessing.

here's what i have or *think* i have [just pick from 6th string (or 5th
depending on chord) to 1st and back up... again, i think?!]:

g
?? (can't figure this one out completely and it's driving me nuts... i
tried d/f# but that's not it and i tried x20033, but that doesn't sound
right either... i suppose you can guess that i haven't been playing
guitar very long! :)
c(9)
c(9)
(then back to g)

...and one part of the song (after "i thought maybe we could just talk
for a while") goes:
em  /  bm  /   c   /   g

sorry to be bothersome.  any help is appreciated!  ;)

happy friday!
tamara

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date:         fri, 21 mar 1997 20:46:01 -0700
reply-to:     kristina <andrade@az.com>
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from:         kristina <andrade@az.com>
subject:      the mountain contest
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i can't pick up the mountain here in bellingham even though i'm 2 hours
north of seattle. i even tried my car radio. i was thinking i'd just spend
all day sitting in my car with my friend's cell phone in hand, laugh. no
such luck, it's barely even a flicker. if i didn't have so much work to do
i'd drive south until i heard kmtt and park by a pay phone. heehee. hey if
anyone wins and has an extra freebie ticket, you know who to e-mail! ;)

i think the thing that makes me the most sick about these radio dial-in
contests is you know someone is gonna win and they're going to be like "uh,
duh, so what did i win?" cause they just call knowing it's a contest of
some sort.

i wonder what would happen if we losers showed up to see if they had any
extra seats (hey, a few winners have to not show up due to schedule
conflicts or lack of interest, right?). hmmm we'd have to find out when and
where the show is going to be. :)

lame, desperate, just a little nuts, and only semi-serious about the last part,
kristina

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