lifeblood: listlogs: 1997-03e


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date:         fri, 28 mar 1997 20:02:02 -0900
reply-to:     mary eichman <eichman@polarnet.com>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         mary eichman <eichman@polarnet.com>
subject:      re: shame on you going top-40
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at 08:38 pm 3/28/97 -0500, dawn wrote:
>um........<clearing throat>.....aaarrrggghhh!!!!!!!!
>why do i suddenly feel like i'm the only person on the planet who hasn't
>heard it yet? ....but apparently the great gods
>of radio have denied me.

don't worry...you're not the only one. i've called the two radio stations in
fairbanks that seem the type to possibly play it and asked if they have the
new indigo girls single soy and when is it scheduled to air? well, one
station responded "the indigo girls are still together??"...and the other
station responded "the who??" *so* if that makes anyone feel better, my work
here is done *sigh* ... carry on.

mary e. in alaska
..who will never get to hear this song on the radio, and probably never get
to see ig live in this lifetime...and is so jealous of these concert- and
album-reviewers she could spit! pa-tooey! ;)


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date:         fri, 28 mar 1997 23:19:45 -0600
reply-to:     alycia <anb038@nwu.edu>
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from:         alycia <anb038@nwu.edu>
subject:      all women tour
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just heard that sarah mclachlan is sponsoring an all women concert
tour...which includes, among others:  mcc, the cardigans, and the indigo
girls.  there were a bunch of other female music artists mentioned but they
slipped out of my brain.
does anyone have any more information about this?

alycia

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date:         sat, 29 mar 1997 00:40:10 -0500
reply-to:     aaogilvie@aol.com
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from:         aaogilvie@aol.com
subject:      whfs-just passing thru-not this weekend

hey all,
(i have posted more this past week than i have in the past year! i'm feeling
woozy & need to sit down...)

i heard on the radio today that the scheduled just passing thru  (on dc
station whfs) for this sunday is emmet swimming. i have been trying to call &
confirm-- but the # is either busy or just rings & rings (grrr) still-- my
bet is they will play the birchmere concert closer to the release date for
sots, or when they add soy to their playlist (!!!!) (if that ever happens--
i'm not holding my breath).

have a good weekend everyone!
-alexandra

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date:         sat, 29 mar 1997 01:02:44 -0500
reply-to:     mmedido@aol.com
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from:         mmedido@aol.com
subject:      re: shame on you going top-40

iiiiiiiiiiii know what you *ahem* all are doing !
it's reverse psycology...
really ! all of this nay saying and stuff !
pish posh.
(even though i have only heard it twice myself during
ig weekend on kmtt...but you know....every day is a winding road
and its fun staring at the sun ! *or something like that * )
tonight i saw a video on mtv from rage against the machine...
about....chiapas ! ha !
it's working.
la la la !
claire e. poo esq.
" where is my furry soooock ?"
(paula cole)

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date:         sat, 29 mar 1997 01:59:58 -0500
reply-to:     audrey beth stein <abstein@force.stwing.upenn.edu>
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from:         audrey beth stein <abstein@force.stwing.upenn.edu>
subject:      listees or listers?
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i've been calling us all "listees."  some of my pals think it's
"listers."  i solved the problems on the listee website by calling it
indigo-girls@netspace.org members on the web (url below...plug plug) but
is it really the lister website?  what do you think?

don't start a new thread on this.  don't email me.  the question is not
worth that much bandwidth.  *but*, next time you post about something
else, let us know....do you prefer "listee," "lister," "list member," or
something else entirely?

....audrey
*who finally got around to getting an ani cd (after asking for
recommendations in december) and chose imperfectly.  she's quite happy
with that selection and particularly loves the liner note, "unauthorized
duplication, while sometimes necessary, is never as good as the real
thing."  (remember that next time you try to duplicate her ;)


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date:         fri, 28 mar 1997 23:56:01 -0800
reply-to:     stacy <swater@nwlink.com>
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from:         stacy <swater@nwlink.com>
subject:      1-800 won't work anymore! (nigc)
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just thought i'd listen one more time to the snippets before bed, but the
recorded lady comes on and tells me that the number is "not in service at
this time" and that's just sick and wrong!!
it's all i had to keep me going until april 29!  sigh.  time for a boot.

i'm another who can't seem to time my radio listening with the playing of soy.
rats.  kmtt 103.7 fm, do they really play it??
sweet blue dreams,
stacy.

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date:         sat, 29 mar 1997 19:02:00 +1100
reply-to:     **- alana the faerie -** <lhucaej@lux.latrobe.edu.au>
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from:         **- alana the faerie -** <lhucaej@lux.latrobe.edu.au>
subject:      lilith fair, more artists announced (fwd)
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hive indigo-ers.
this just popped up on the sarah mclachlan list... how excitement!
not sure about dates yet - you might want to check out the lilith site,
which i can't remember the address for - i am sure there's a link from
nettwerk records page which is on my page:
http://www.geocities.com/westhollywood/1650
*_so_ happy* and hoping she can save enough $$ to see this...
alana x

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subject: lilith fair, more artists announced
well, more artists were added to the official roster including the cardigans
and the indigo girls.
here's the lineup so far on the lilith fair site.  and ani has turned down an
offer to join up :(
autour de lucie
the cardigans
mary chapin carpenter
neneh cherry
paula cole
indigo girls
jewel
lisa loeb
aimee mann
wild colonials
victoria williams
kelly willis

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date:         sat, 29 mar 1997 03:21:53 -0500
reply-to:     cec8@cornell.edu
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from:         colleen caffrey <cec8@cornell.edu>
subject:      soy on radio
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i called the station around here most likely to play it and the guy said
they won't be getting it until the end of the week.  that wastoday and
today was fri so i don't really know whathe means by the end of the
week.  he could mean next week but i really think he meant, "i don't
know, leave me alone."

> at 08:38 pm 3/28/97 -0500, dawn wrote:
> >um........<clearing throat>.....aaarrrggghhh!!!!!!!!
> >why do i suddenly feel like i'm the only person on the planet who hasn't
> >heard it yet?

                   -colleen

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date:         sat, 29 mar 1997 00:11:28 pst
reply-to:     molly691@seattle.email.net
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from:         "andrea (not beth)" <molly691@seattle.email.net>
subject:      i'm baaaaaak!!

hiya fellow listees (i prefer listees, ms. stein)!  don't let the email
address fool you, it's me, andrea (not beth)!  due to circumstances beyond my
control, i have been "banned" from the list (by the parental units), and i
have been for quite some time.  i have found an old email account that i am
using now, but it's running out of time.  i miss you all so much!  luckily,
some of my pnw list buddies informed me about the eugene show, or i would
have missed it!  anyways, i have to conserve my time.  i just have one
request:  could anyone w/ info on juno email me *privately*.  it would abe
greatly appreciated.  thank you!
andrea (not beth)
p.s. loop fourteen:  jason, your tape is on its way as we speak, i am soooo
sorry again for it being late.  now that i have my own *private* email, i'll
be able to get it out on time.  kathy, tony, and elizabeth:  i have recieved
your tapes so far and i have really enjoyed them! more later everyone!
promise!  night!
andreanotbeth

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date:         sat, 29 mar 1997 03:25:47 -0500
reply-to:     cybernot <cybernot@uscom.com>
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from:         cybernot <cybernot@uscom.com>
organization: 4everintrouble
subject:      re: date of the lasalle show
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this is the information that i got from a friend who goes to lasalle.
the show is on friday the 18th of april. i don't know what time. tickets
will go on sale next week to lasalle students only. then after next
week, if there are any left, they will go on sale to the general public.
mccarthy stadium is small (ie: high school size) so no one is sure what
demand will be like. i suspect that this is a general admission show.
parking is impossible and the neighborhood is tough, so take your "club"
with you, the heck with the car! don't even think about leaving anything
of value in your car. once you get on campus however, it's nice!

this concludes your lasalle update for today!

goodbye!

cybernot

member of that binky thingy and supporter of her evil twin yknib.
insert cheese comment here__________________
closet ottmar fan (nouveau flamingo)
chicken man, even tho i don't know you, you rock.
sundara, you owe me an e-mail! (not!)
joanie cyr: grrl what *were* you thinking when you made that tape
offer??
mark anthony donajkowski, you rawk dude!
if you are still reading this, then you have time to go to one of audrey
beth's web sites!
was that everybody?? did i miss anyone?

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date:         sat, 29 mar 1997 11:14:27 -0500
reply-to:     joan ferguson <joan_ferguson@harvard.edu>
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from:         joan ferguson <joan_ferguson@harvard.edu>
subject:      shame on you sighted in boston!
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delurking momentarily ...  i just heard it on kiss 108 fm, and tried to call
in to win tickets to the mama kin show, but never even got through :-(  i'll
keep listening to see if i know who won ... and just in case they offer
tickets again in the near future. unfortunately, the song they played right
after shame on you is that *absolutely horrid* female-artist remake of "all
by myself" (i hated that song in the 70s, thank you very much!!!)  blech.
what a thing to do to the girls!

shame on you is a *rocking* song!  so different from what i heard last
august - of course, much more polished  great banjo moment in the bridge,
and lots of fun harmonies ... i didn't notice if they bleeped out "fucking"
or not - i was too busy dialing :-)

ttfk  -joan

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                      -edgar watson howe (1853-1937)

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date:         sat, 29 mar 1997 11:35:23 -0500
reply-to:     42nat1 <mmgst11+@pitt.edu>
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hey ya'll,

i've got a ? concerning general admission status of the ig show at penn
state.  i got tix (yea!!!!!) and was told they were gen ad, which i would
assume means on the floor.  but, i talked to a friend who also got tix and
he said his were reserved and in the balcony/bleachers.  sooooo, my
dilemma, is this possible?  it seems that the reserved/gen ad business
would be just the opposite (reserved floor/gen ad bleachers).  am i just
wacky?  does anyone else have tix or know any info about this show's
seating.  much thanks to anyone who can help.  take care ya'll.

peace, love, and happiness, melissa

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date:         sat, 29 mar 1997 12:22:12 -0500
reply-to:     simply v <vjt8118@is4.nyu.edu>
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from:         simply v <vjt8118@is4.nyu.edu>
subject:      hofstra boot liner
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hey y'all, sorry to waste bw on this, but for all of those who've already
received the hofstra boot from me, i made a new liner using idgie's
receipt for the funnel as a background =) so, if any of y'all want it,
just email me with your addie and i'll mail it out to you.  and for the
people whose tapes are sitting in my house waiting to be dubbed, or whose
tapes are on the way, you're all set.

veronica


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        i'll build a carnival out of my dreams
        i bet if i rummage around for awhile,
        i'll find that the lights and the music and rides keep on spinning
                and cascading off into air
        are they here?
        yes, somewhere deep inside.
                                        -- gerard mchugh

        i wanna see movies of my dreams
                                        -- doug martsch
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date:         sat, 29 mar 1997 09:29:01 pst
reply-to:     molly691@seattle.email.net
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from:         "andrea (not beth)" <molly691@seattle.email.net>
subject:      anyone up for a little game of rugby? (nigc)

hiya to everyone!  ok, for all you pnw's out there (especially those in
seattle), do you have something to do today?  how ab out you come to a rugby
game?  they are tons o'fun(and the women aren't that bad either).  besides,
i"m playing today.  for those that are interested, the games (more than two
teams are playing today) are at the interbay field off 15th ave n.  for those
that think they might come, i'll be on the team from kentwood in the black
and green checked jerseys.  my game starts at 12:30.  hope to see you there!
(just ask anyone in a green and black jersey where i am (andrea) and say hi!
have a great day!
andrea (not beth)

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date:         sat, 29 mar 1997 12:34:08 -0500
reply-to:     simply v <vjt8118@is4.nyu.edu>
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okay, y'all, i want to make a little clarification about this.  i need
your snailmail addie, because dopey me doesn't know how how mail files
through email, unless one of you brilliant computer people out there can
help me =)
sorry about the confusion (or as my spanish teacher teacher always said ,
confondoodledness =)

veronica


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        i'll build a carnival out of my dreams
        i bet if i rummage around for awhile,
        i'll find that the lights and the music and rides keep on spinning
                and cascading off into air
        are they here?
        yes, somewhere deep inside.
                                        -- gerard mchugh

        i wanna see movies of my dreams
                                        -- doug martsch
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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date:         sat, 29 mar 1997 12:44:06 est
reply-to:     oh susanna <oh.susanna@dartmouth.edu>
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from:         "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
subject:      needy needy needy (nigc)

hello my little smoked goudas

i need michele eck...michele are u there? please email me if you are...asap :)

tanks
sus

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date:         sat, 29 mar 1997 23:38:19 +0800
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uhm...just have a small, teeny weeny request...i can't help noticing all
the talk abt soy being played on the radio....well, the chances of me
hearing it are less than zero since i live in singapore... so i was
wondering if any of the kind souls out there who have access to the song
could make a sample .wav file for me to hear...other songs from their new
album would be an absolute bonus as well...thanks..

i would be forever indebted....

*slowly crawling back to lurking land*

siti.
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date:         sat, 29 mar 1997 10:15:03 -0800
reply-to:     da chickenman <tonyfrapsiv@earthlink.net>
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subject:      the carnage tour boot offer
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hey kindest of friends :)

        in less than 11 hours we've filled 7 of 12 tree branches.  scorpio,
virgo, aries, capricorn, aquarius, sagitarius and taurus are filled... so if
anyone of the other signs wants to volunteer this would be the time, cause
i've already got some folks on standby willing to fill those slots :)
thanks everyone for you interest!!
        i would like to get this thing underway by the end of this weekend
and make a general offer to the entire list early next week :)

happy, happy :)

{reprint}
        i have a new deally.... my own carnage tour compilation of (8)
selected chickenman recordings from 4/93-4/95 with priceless soc's by the
*incredible* ar
(btw have you sent in your $5.00 hte birthday donation for ar to greta, yet?)

        this collector's item is *only* available for a limited time offer
right here! for free... but, i need twelve *kind friends* to be branches for
each zodiac sign (12).  the first person to volunteer from each sign shall
be selected. it's a 90 minute tape and branches must send me a blank maxell
xl-ii 90 min. along with a sase, asap.

here's the lineup:

side a~
c-man - the palace theater, new haven, ct 4-24-95; c-man - cynthia
woods-mitchell  pavillion, woodlands, tx 9-3-94; c-man - charleston, sc
2-7-95; c-man - palumbo theatre, pittsburgh, pa 10-13-94 (from 1200c.)

side b~
c-man - sheperd's bush empire, london, england 11-22-94; c-man - the
birchmere, alexandria, va 4-9-93; c-man - mid-hudson civic center,
poughkeepsie, ny 4-26-95; c-man - warner theater, erie, pa 4-15-95 <cut>

        learn the real *scoop* about the carnage highway, the chickenman
(and where he actually lived), amoebas and bugs on the windshield..... and
"mushrooms flyin' all around"..... danger, danger, danger..... ;)

some tidbits:

"put yourself on the road...that's what my mind said....so i did" - ar

        amy referring to the c-man...."i could never be that coooooool.....
50 days without a bath...." :o

amy - "i was thinking about all the french fries on the bottom of the car".

amy on houston, tx ..."the other things about houston are really cool....
like the things they haven't experienced yet" :o  <tony's note - yeah like
the ig's e.g.! huumrpff... ;)

"no matter how spiritual you are, if you go into a thrift store and spend
less than $10 you feel like it's an accomplishment" - ar

"then i looked up and saw a sign that said, "chickenman" and i said, "oh my
god, i feel better!" :)

and it's one more song for the chickenman....

i       tony, da chickenman - houston, texas, usa       g
n                                                       i
d       it's a lot of stuff...                          r
i                                                       l
g                                                       s
o

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hey kindest of friends~

sorry folks, but *capricorn* has not been filled yet, so i still need six
branches.
thanx!
tony
i       tony, da chickenman - houston, texas, usa       g
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sorry about the bw...just a quick question!
i've looked through all my saved posts, but i can't find anything regarding
whether or not there is still a branch offering the hofstra boot...anyone?
i'm sooooo interested!!

thanks...
mary e. from alaska
(who really wants to hear a tape of this show because my buddy got to go to
it, and i'd really like to experience it with her!!)

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hi everyone
as a service for the truly obsessed *(who me?)* or just for the
hair stylists on the list i have scanned the photo from billboard
onto the igphotos section of my web page
the long way there is from my home page and link to newport photos
or the direct url is:  http://members.aol.com/gynergy/igpix.html
i'm also linked through the listmembers page
have fun
gynergy

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may respect for all our differences ,enhance our common ties
pat humphries "common threads"

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hi everyone!!

my life has slowed down a little ever now and i really want to get taping
again.  i always wanted to do this but was too busy to undertake the project
but i am now prepared to offer boots to newbie's!!

so, i think i'll tape the essentials, blue food and the ep & more (which
contains the ep and some of color me grey, amy's solo tape from '82)

anyone who is interested in gettin one or both of these, e-mail me asap
because i will take the first 15 requests.  if you don't make it after i
tape theirs i'll offer again if i'm not dead.  if anyone is interested in
trading it can be arranged, but it is not necessary.

so get those e-mails in!!!

have an indigo day!!!  ~rob

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hi,
i'm looking for a recording of the indigo girls performing "jesus christ
superstar" with the big fish ensemble.  anybody who has any info on this
please email me at anjelle@accessus.net.  i ask about it at my local record
stores (i'm in st. louis, mo) and nobody knows anything about it.
angela

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at 01:48 pm 3/29/97 -0600, angela wrote:
>i'm looking for a recording of the indigo girls performing "jesus christ
>superstar" with the big fish ensemble.

sorry about this guys...but "me too!" *cringe* ok, ok...stop throwing
things! i'm leaving! argh!

mary e.
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well i have just gotten out of bed after returning at 5:30 am from good ole
iowa and the ig show with my bud deb (i wasn't in bed with deb--just got
back with her ;-).  there is so much to tell.  where to begin!

list gathering--had a nice cup of hot chocolate with some list members.
always nice to match faces with email addresses.  thanks to angela for
reserving a table and getting balloons--so festive it was.

the venue--great river hall might as well have been called the widest venue
to see a concert in america.  i mean the place was a convention hall not a
theater.  we had second row assigned seats--normally something to get
excited about.  but there were so many seats across that people in the
front row all the way left or right would have had to turn their heads at a
90 degree angle to see anything and still would have seen nothing.  too
wide!  so our seats sucked.  plus it was just a bunch of chairs slapped
together--no sloping upward on anything so those in the back would see
nothing if like 2 people up front stood up.  everyone was complaining to
the box office including us.  so the box office gave the thumbs up for
people to do whatever they wanted basically.  security was pretty friendly
telling us that we should go to our seats but that there was nothing they
could do to stop 300 of us.  we were really told that we could stand in the
aisles if we had bad seats.  so we (deb, myself, lorinda and carol--hi
ladies!!!)  did just that dead center along with about 500 other people.
could have been mayhem (sp?) but nobody pushed, squirmed, shoved or
anything.  we just filled up the aisles and danced the entire time.  i can
see this sparking massive concert ettiquette debate again, but we were told
we were allowed to be there period.  everyone would have done the same to
see them so close.  it made for a very memorable experience because we got
to see them front and center.  and we paid the same ticket price as anyone
else so i am guilt free.

security- so after setting up my booting mechanism (thank you margaret), we
were ready to go.  i did have a very intimate moment with the recorder.  it
will never be the same :).  but security was so lenient that i could have
carried it hanging around my neck as a necklace and no one would have said
a word.   this one girl up front had a recorder out and in her hand
standing in front of security and no prob.  pictures were snapped during
the entire show.

the show--indigenous opened.  i know zip about them and heard like none of
them because we were too busy bitching to the box office.  sorry
indigenous!

girls come out.  they looked great as always.  i'm never one for a fashion
report but i have to say amy's hair is awesome.  here's the setlist:

wood song
shame on you
it's alright
jonas and ezekial
power of two
scooter boys
cara mia
don't give that girl a gun
least complicated
reunion
everything in it's own time
shed your skin
get out the map
strange fire (was to be chiapas bound-see story about this below)
galileo
kid fears

*encore*
leeds
closer to fine (w/ special guests--see below)
bury my heart at wounded knee (w/ indigenous)

the girls started out slowly as in not very chatty and not too into the
songs.  but they got going after awhile and seemed to have a great time.  i
think after they heard that the entire audience knew every word to po2 that
they got real excited.  the new songs are great.  some concert goers near
us were upset that they were playing new stuff and not old stuff.  one
drunk girl yelled--we don't wanna hear this crap--play old stuff.  this
really irked me personally.  i told her she was f%$#ing rude.  i forget
that flaming in person isn't as safe as the internet :) :) she proceeded to
say she was gonna kick my little ass and believe
me she could have.  she was 4 times my size.  i am unscathed though
thankfully :).
        now i have been to 14 shows and this was the 15th.  i have never
heard my favorite song--strange fire--live.  so deb made me these huge
banners that read 'i will work for strange fire' along with a back up sign
reading 'i will do anything for strange fire'  they were real big (2x4ft)
and being that we were up front--very visible.  so when they came out we
held em up and emily clearly saw it.  we held it up a few more times in
between songs and it was clear they had seen it.  i was losing  hope as the
show pressed on.  suddenly, the girls had a conference before starting a
song.  both amy and emily then say "we had a request"   amy says  "we're
gonna try a  request"  emily says "we don't know if we remember it but it's
a request"  amy says " if we don't remember it you're gonna clap and sing
along"  out comes the beginning chords to sf.  i needed smelling salts to
be revived off the floor.  it was a total dream come true for me
personally.  i was almost in tears and they didn't mess up once.  it was a
very good version and they said thanks for the request afterwards.
according to the set list, they were supposed to play chiapas bound so
sorry to chiapas fans whose song got booted for my request!  they played my
request!!!!!!  i can die now!  we screamed thank you after the song but i
don't think they heard it.  it was unreal.
        now other folks had signs too reading things like "i brought my
*insert instrument* can i play with you?"  after they finished galileo,
they said those with other signs--we'll get to yours--we promise.
        so during the encore, this fiddle player and this oboe player from
the audiene appear on stage and play with the girls during ctf.  they were
really good and a and e seemed to be very impressed with their abilities.
lynn martin--you are not alone anymore!!
        as ctf started everyone rushed the stage.  deb, lorinda and carol
could have given amy a foot massage they were so close.  it was a great
time for sure.  after bmhawk (which rocked btw--amy broke 2 strings and was
on guitar 3 by the time the song ended), amy places her pick in deb's
outstretched hand.  deb also manages to get a's set list.   we had to get
out the smelling salts again to revive deb at this point.  deb can die now
too! :)  man were we happy people.
        the best was yet to come for deb and lorinda (or should i say emily
and amy). we head over to boozies bar after hearing rumors that the girls
would be cameo-ing over there after the show.  no girls but what fun we
had.  this lovely but drunk woman is like staring at lorinda.  i mean she
couldn't have been more obvious.  lorinda and her bad ass self go up and
was like what is your deal?  this woman (i swear to g*d on this) thought
deb and lorinda were the indigo gilrs.  i guess that made me russell carter
:).  i suppose that fellow listee, lisa, asking us to pose for pictures
helped convince this woman that they were ig.  after posing for the photo,
the woman approached deb and asked for her autograph.  i had to hide under
the table to control exploding from laughter.   being in a festive mood
emily..errrr... deb obliged.  upon leaving, amy...errr...lorinda went up to
thank the woman for her support and informed her that they'd be back in the
area during the summer tour.  the woman went up to deb and congratulated
her and thanked her for an excellent show.  i swear--this really
happened--i am not making  this up!!!  i guess i am not the only amy
impersonator around here anymore :-).
        one final note (nigc).  i promise to never bash iowa again.  this
concert had some of the best looking people i have ever seen.  i mean
potential husbands and wives were all over the place.  go iowa!!!!!
        deb and i made it back to chicago in time to see the sun rise over
lake michigan.  just lovely!  max and lorinda are still drivin......

greg

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i'll leave most of the comments to the others, so i'll just post the bare
bones set list here. indigenous opened up. oh, a brief comment - the venue
was terrible, a giant convention hall floor with 8 sections of seats
spread from left to right, but only the middle two sections with a decent
view if you happened to be in the first few rows.

wood song
shame on you
it's alright
jonas & ezekial
power of two
scooter boys
caramia
don't give that girl a gun
least complicated
reunion
everything in its own time
shed your skin
get out the map
strange fire
galileo
kid fears
---
leeds
closer to fine
bury my heart at wounded knee

long time, no post. i haven't posted in a while, and i haven't posted the
last two years except during tour time. sorry i didn't make it to the list
meeting last night. anyway, i hope to see you all on the road this summer
throughout the midwest.

eddie

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subject:      introductions

hi, just making my intro's finally.  i've been on for about a month or
2 and can i just say that all of you guys are really wonderful people.
at first i was kinda apprehensive about posting anything
b/c there was something in me saying that some of what goes on this
list isn't very kosher somehow.  but after having some very great tape
trading experiences with some of the listee's, i just want to thank  '
all of you out there for providing me with some valuble info  and
breaking the "tortuous monotony" that is my life up at school. :)
peace, jen :)
p.s. i'll be posting up my list of essential boots for newbies to relieve
some of the burden on the other listee's as soon as i get them.  another
tape offer is coming soon (another month maybe?)  so don't dispair if
got shut out of other's already.

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to katherine and shila -

i just wanted to let you know that i think you being in the first row
and me being in row h is perfect karma for all the shit i gave you about
your spot at bumbershoot!

enjoy the show!

xo

mk

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

      i have to jump in on this one now.

when you watch tremmors ii aftershocks (the worms are back)  just because the first sceen is set in chiapas, mexico.

"govenor tarkin i should've expected to find you holding vadors leash, i recognized your foul steanch when i was brought on board."    princess leia

how about that one chickenman ;-p
with love!!

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hey all,

if any of y'all are in atlanta, be sure and head out to the point tonight to hear lift at their cd release party.

the new cd, lifelike, is available now in stores or you can order it from the good folks at rainy day records or from daemon directly. lift is incredible live and the new cd is awesome. just think, years from now, you can brag to the other members on the lift list that you were there in the good old days when you could see molly, simone, julie and david at rdr and the point.;-)

remember, many of you will be lucky enough to hear lift opening for indigo girls on several dates next month. there's my ig content for ya!

but wait, there's more! while at rdr, jocie and i snagged a copy of club r & r and it is heavenly. it merges a guilty 70s pleasure of mine (allman brothers band) with beautiful live ig tracks, including the water is wide. ahhhhhh, what a nice day this has been!

by the way, we saw a young man wearing a list shirt at rdr during the lift performance, but didn't manage to get through the crowd to say hello. we wonder, who was that nicely dressed young gentleman? :-)

well, hopefully we'll see a lot of y'all out tonight at the point enjoying lift live!

peace,

susan
&
jocelyn

"i will wait for you." - lift

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from:         angela c lindahl <mslindahl@juno.com>
subject:      please help!  (nigc)

hello all!

please excuse me, but something is wrong with my email!!!

for the last several days, i have only received a few messages each day
from the mailing lists i subscribe to--no messages today to the ellen
list and only 1 message to the indigo girls list.  of course, this is not
the usual number.

at first i thought the lists were temporarily down (which i have seen
happen in the past), but by now they would have been back up and running.

i have tested sending email to and from each address, and all of these
test messages have been received successfully.  so, i am assuming that my
server is working.

the only other possibility i can think of, is that there is a problem
with listserv. the most confusing part of all of this, is that i have
been receiving some messages.  although i am on the bounce version (is
there even a digest version of the ellen list?), i would think that i
would receive either all or none of the posts from listserv.

could someone please help me?  : - )
angela

address where i receive the indigo girls mailing list:
ugosister@juno.com

address where i receive the ellen degeneres mailing list:
mslindahl@juno.com
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date:         sat, 29 mar 1997 19:38:17 -0500
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subject:      nanci griffeth on rosie this week! (nigc)

hey y'all!  its me, joni cyr, on my aol account (i tried to log in as
icraft96, but it wouldn't  take my password...it appears that i have
forgotten it...what a shock).

i was perusing the rosie o'donnell upcoming guest schedule (it only lists the
coming week...no ig, sorry!) and this is what i found:

thursday, april 3
action star jean-claude van damme ("double team")
comedy legend, director carl reiner ("that old feeling")
singer nanci griffith performs
tv's "the pretender," actor michael t. weiss

bette midler is going to be on the very next day, friday, april 4.

i'll keep looking for ig.....have a good nite y'all!

joni   :o)

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subject:      jsc- a boot?

coupla people asked about getting jcs (jesus christ superstar) with big fish
ensemble, and i just wondered:
           a) did they not know that it was a buncha atlanta musicians,
                               <or>
           b) was there a version with just a&e and bfe?

which brings up my next question.  i have the tape, but i have never heard or
  figured out if there was a real _live performance_ of this or if it was just
  a studio venture.  if it was live, was it just a concert, or were there
  cosumes?  acting?  anyone wanna fill me in? (i assume this is another atlanta
  thing....)

                                    thanx, chris

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and love is not a victory march."
                              -jeff buckley

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        to all of those ohio-based ig fans, i see that we have two different
dates, two different cities and two different venues to choose from this
summer. well, i choose both!  :)
        if anyone has information about either the fraze pavilion show on
june 13, or the blossom music center show on june 12, 1997 - i would
appreciate it.  i have already phone ticketmaster and neither concert is
showing up on their computer screens as of yet!  and, neither does blossom
or fraze have the shows listed on their respective web sites.  :(
thanks
alycia

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hkf!

        all twelve branch slots have now been filled.  please no more
replies!!!!!
for those who don't know what's going on please stay tuned for a post early
next week, whereby hopefully everyone that wants one can get a carnage tour
boot for a blank tape and sase -- that's all!!  hang tight folks! :)
        thanks to the many generous pepole who so promptly replied to my
request...
sal, alexandra, kathy, penelope (for overseas), jocie, shanna, anj, lori,
melissa, kelly, linda, mani and mandi will be the branches.  thanks y'all!!!
:) :)  i'll be sending y'all info by the end of this weekend and i'd like to
complete the entire project within 3-4 weeks.
        if anyone has a question of immediate concern, please feel free to
contact me.

"i wanted to tell him secrets, deep-deep secrets....." amy about the c-man.

happy folks ya be... hear now!! ;)

love,
tony

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hi all,
this is just a quick post to let you all know that a tree has been set
up  and will be posted to the list in a few short days.  this tree will
tape the hofstra show (3/16) and the scholastic tape.

those that offered to be branches, please send your tapes to me asap.

thanks,
donna

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hi everyone,

i guess my previous post did not come out, but anyway, i do have a list
set up for the hofstra 3/16 show and the scholastic tape.  i will post
the tape tree to the list after i receive tapes from the branches.

branches, please send your tapes to me asap so we can start the tree.

donna

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hi everyone,
the tape tree is set to go for two shows from 1989 that carolyn sent
me.  the tapes are:
the borderline, london 11/6/89.  set list: closer to fine, secure
yourself, southland in the springtime, kid fears, crazy game,center
stage, world falls, love's recovery, land of canaan, blood and fire,
history of us, pushing the needle too far, prince of darkness, strange
fire, summertime, and all along the watchtower.

memorial union terrace, wisconsin 7/21/89 set list:  closer to fine,
secure yourself, naashville, centerstage, make it easier, land of
canaan, kid fears, crazy game, keeper of my heart, the girl with the
weight of the world in her hands, prince of darkness, summertime, love's
recovery, strange fire, get together, american tune.

both tapes are really good quality.

here is the tree:(mind you, these are totally out of order in terms of
the zodiac.  i don't know what drugs i was on when i copied this info,
and right now i am too tired to correct it.)

aquarius:                       mellie2@aol.com
virgo                           jasmine.ma@yale.edu
capricorn                       cheryl@discover-net.net
sagittarius                     kirsten@spike.wellesley.edu
scorpio                         contact@atl.mindspring.com
libra                           lonestar@dfwmm.net
leo                             shakespearessister@compuserve.com
gemini                          crispian@writeme.com
taurus                          bonster@bp05.u.washington.edu
aries                           hunterj1@aol.com
cancer                          bregalad@zipcon.net
pisces                          chocobo11@aol.com

the way a tape tree works is that you find your corresponding
astrological sign (in the maze above!), you email that person with your
request and ask them for their address, you send them 2 blank 90 minute
tapes along with a self-addressed stamped envelope (sase), they copy
your tapes and send them back to you.

easy right?

enjoy.  any questions, email me.

donna

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>in don't give that girl a gun, amy sings: "she don't believe in the
>miracle mile."  in that billy joel song, "still rock & roll to me (?)"
>from the early '80s, he sang: "are you gonna cruise the miracle mile?"
>
>ok, so what *is* the miracle mile?  i guess dgtgag makes sense w/o a
>context...meaning something ya just can't fix no matter how much catching
>up you do...but then what is billy joel talking about?

i'll take a stab at this one. i know there is a "miracle mile" section in
los angeles. it's a mile long strip of wilshire boulevard that was designed
to be a premo shopping district. today i believe it's home to restaurants,
offices (big entertainment corporations) shops and the like. i think a
developer gave the area that name back in 50s and it was his dream for the
area to be the best la had to offer status-wise

what i'm not certain of is whether that is the "orignal" miracle mile as
that title seems to get attached to any highly successful area of commerce
in large cities (just as "gold coast" is used). correct me if i'm wrong,
but i believe there's an area of boston that has the name as well but there
it's a shopping district. i seem to remember hearing about it on a business
trip there.

how does that relates to what amy sings? well i guess i always took the
line to mean that the person she is singing about doesn't believe that
perfection can be manufactured or produced or created as was the thought
behind the developement of the miracle mile on wilshire (or the phrase in
its generic sense). miracle mile areas are developed with success and
stature in mind from the get go. in amy's case, it's being said that the
relationship has been permanently damaged and there's no hope for
developing that perfect, exclusive state again. well that's my stab at it.

and speaking of dgtgag, i agree that amy is now singing "i'm your fool"
because i heard it for myself.  but she did change it from "foe". my proof
is that she also changed the previous line. she used to sing "take you
second shot baby it will be real cold" and she now sings "...it will be
real cool." cold  went with foe, cool goes with fool. just thought i'd
clear that one up. :)

deb

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sorry for the most likely outdated request, but can the person who said
they had a chance to give amy and emily messages email me and let me know
if i am too late.  i figure i am since i dcan't find the old message, but
after a great show in davenport, i have newly aroused inspiration.  i drove
eight hours to see the show, and would gladly do it again ten-fold.  they
just keep getting better!
thanks,
chris
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sorry folks,  my bbot offer of blue food and ep & more is closed.

damn, you people reply fast.

i'll try to do more after this batch!!

take care ~rob

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at 09:37 pm 3/29/97 est, chris wrote:
>coupla people asked about getting jcs (jesus christ superstar) with big fish
> ensemble, and i just wondered:
>           a) did they not know that it was a buncha atlanta musicians,
>                               <or>
>           b) was there a version with just a&e and bfe?
>
>which brings up my next question.  i have the tape, but i have never heard or
>  figured out if there was a real _live performance_ of this or if it was just
>  a studio venture.  if it was live, was it just a concert, or were there
>  cosumes?  acting?  anyone wanna fill me in? (i assume this is another atlanta
>  thing....)

okay, chris and others~
        jcs - a resurrection is a product of michael lorant of big fish
ensemble and amy ray.  the 80+ member fully costumed cast played 3 cities:
atlanta, austin & seattle.  the video version was recorded at the south by
southwest festival in austin, tx and according to trant who was there, the
recording represents the entire show (and btw it's pretty long too - about 2
hrs)
        the audio version was recorded in the studio and while i have heard
favorable comments on it, ar says she prefers the live video version for
it's intensity....
        you can order the jcs video for $15 along with many other fine
artist recordings through amy ray's independent record label - daemon
records, at p.o. box 1207, decatur, ga 30031.
        some of my favorite daemon artists include new mongrels, gerard
mchugh, kristen hall and dede vogt, but there are many other great musicians
represented, as well...

happy shopping!

i       tony, da chickenman - houston, texas, usa       g
n                                                       i
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i       the carnage highway...                          l
g                                                       s
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what date are the girls going to be on saturday night live?

mj

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>>ok, so what *is* the miracle mile?  i guess dgtgag makes sense w/o a
>>context...meaning something ya just can't fix no matter how much catching
>>up you do...but then what is billy joel talking about?
>
>i'll take a stab at this one. i know there is a "miracle mile" section in
>los angeles. it's a mile long strip of wilshire boulevard that was designed
>to be a premo shopping district. today i believe it's home to restaurants,
>offices (big entertainment corporations) shops and the like. i think a
>developer gave the area that name back in 50s and it was his dream for the
>area to be the best la had to offer status-wise

i'll take a stab at this one as well because i happen to be a pretty big
billy joel fan.  bj is from long island and often includes li in his songs.
there is a big shopping area in manhasset, ny called the miracle mile.
now i know he writes a lot about li so it could be referring to this.  deb,
have i ever disagreed with you :o?   i think he is referring to the ny
miracle mile.  of course i think chicago's michigan ave of expensive
shopping is also called the miracle mile so who knows.  still unsure...

greg

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i have received many requests for a copy of the boot i made from the
davenport show.  i would love to make everyone copies who has asked but to
be honest the boot sucks. i listened to the whole thing today and it
basically gets fuzzy every time the girls sing with any energy--which is
basically the whole show.  leeds is all that i can hear clearly.  i had to
sacrifice something to stand and dance the whole show.  besides when i
fainted at the start of sf it screwed things up  :) :).   it has that too
much bass fuzzy sound.  it was awful to listen to but i had to just to
relive the strange fire moment.   the acoustics in the place were god awful
which is why it came out so bad.  so yeah if you want a crappy boot i'll
tape it for ya but it is pretty unlistenable and would suck unless you were
there and just had to have a copy of anything.  did any other listees boot
the show and have better results?  sorry but i'm tryin to save you time
here.  later

greg

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in a message dated 97-03-29 23:52:26 est, debbie@mei.com (deb reiser) writes:

<<  i know there is a "miracle mile" section in
los angeles.  >>


there is also a "miracle mile" in tucson, az, where boys on the side was
filmed.  maybe she was looking for kristin at the uof a to turn on the light.
:)

jan

ps-kristin, this is for you...
go cats!   bear down!

...oh god, i feel like such a traitor...i'm gonna go put on my sparky shirt
now.

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well, i'm _finally_ finished driving you guys ;) and i'm recovering
nicely, thank you. god, what a long day! it took us three rest stops (now
picture amy-i mean- lorindigo curled up into a little ball in her front
seat at 4 in the morning at a rest stop in illinois) but i finally pulled
into my parking lot at about 10 yesterday morning. i won't go thru the
whole story cuz greg did a lovely job of that already. let me just say,
that thanks to the _horrible_ arrangement of the venue, and to our
_terrible_ seats, we were able to stand at what was essentially front row
dead center for the entire show. i was actually quite proud of the croud.
we formed a little line across the aisle, and no one got rude or pushy.
shorter people (me!) were allowed to stand closer to the front, and we
had a section of "floor sitters" in front of us. when galileo started, things
got really wild, and the "aisle people" essentially rushed the stage. i
don't know how (actually i do, thanks carol!!) but i ended up against the
stage in front of amy. i was counting freckles on emily's arm if that
gives you an idea of how close. :) i wonder...for the last two years on
the east coast i haven't been to a single show that didn't have a huge
barrier about 10 feet in front of the stage. this show in iowa was the
first one i've seen in a long time where they were close enough to shake
hands with people after the show (for which i'm sure deb is quite happy :)

anyway, comments on songs: unfortunately i can't give a review of
indiginous either. i really only heard the first song. i have to say i
did like what i heard, and the lead guitarist is _really_ talented. he got
some raised eyebrows from emily during the bmhawk encore. :)

i was impressed with the audience during the new songs. of
course everyone was properly worshipful during the faves like galileo,
kf, and reunion (and of course we were busy reviving gregy-poo during sf.)
:) but people actually listened and seemed to be impressed by the new
songs as well. (has anyone else noticed that this is mostly an _audience_
review?) ok, on the new songs: this was my first time hearing scooter
boys, and it rocked!!!! ohmygod it was unbelievable! when they started
kicking into it after the first verse i just stood there with my mouth
hanging open. amy does this screaming thing into the mic along with
emily's electric guitar, and well...there just aren't words to describe.
must see must see!! caramia (or is it cara mia?) : wow. absolutely
gorgeous. and it's got a _lot_ of depth to it. they've played around a
lot with various instruments and effects, and at the end of this one
emily uses some way fab vocal effects. woa man. :) also, i can't remember
if it was this song, or another one that emily used this cool little
vibrator thing on her electric guitar. neato sound. shame on you and it's
alright had the crowd totally rocking (the whole place was on it's feet
anyway...the girls must've loved that :) and during leeds you could
practically hear a pin drop. i found myself _whispering_ along to the
words, and when i realized i could hear myself i stopped. beautiful.

oh, funny comment of the night: amy mentioned that some mag or review had
listed their album as "shaving of the sun." everyone laughed, and she
added that she thinks she likes that better, and that it's like some kind
of feminist message. ;) ;) i think emily just sorta rolled her eyes at
that one. :)

greg's already hit on the other highlights, including the appearance of
the 4th and 5th indigo girls (lynn martin being number 3 :) when the
fiddle player started amy stepped back from her mic to listen, then she
burst into this huge grin and motioned for the sound people to turn her
up because she was good. she also went back to listen to the oboe during
the whistle part, and she seemed to really like that as well. all in all
i'd say the girls were in great moods, and put on one _hell_ of an
amazing show. really the perfect concert experience for me (oh, and i
_did_ get a used amy pick courtesy of sulli (who is a great performer
herself, and an all around fabulous person) although my pick wasn't
pressed into my hand directly from amy...;) (hi emily-i mean-deb!)

which brings up my final point and then i promise i'll shut up. on a
personal note, the after-show shenanigans at boozies were _almost_ the
best part of the night. i know greg already said this, but it just _has_
to be said again. we walk in, and this woman is really obvious about
staring and smiling at me. at first i thought "what the hell?" so being
in some sort of a really bold (bad-ass) mood i walked up to her and said
something to her. her response was something to the effect of "you're the
one who was on stage tonight, aren't you?" "no, no." i said, "i'm _not_
an indigo girl." "yes you are, you're just denying it so i won't bother
you." i just laughed and shook my head while she and her boyfriend stared
at me all wide-eyed. so i walked away, and went back to sit with deb,
greg and max (we lost carol at this point. sorry you missed this part
sweetie!!) so here was the deal: i have brown hair (and the resemblance
pretty much ends there ;) and deb has blonde hair, and we figured this
woman had to have been sitting waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay far back,
because she totally believed we were amy and emily. (especially after
we played the part by getting our picture taken, and pretending to sign
an autograph for someone.) so when we went to leave, i walked over to her
again and shook her hand, and she gives me this _huge_ hug :) and starts
babbling, "you were great tonight! you guys were so awesome!!" i just
smiled and said "thank you" the same way amy did to me when i met her
after a show once. then this woman goes and does the same thing to deb,
who responds similarly.

now, i'm sure what we did was really evil (though i had _so_ much fun
walking a mile in amy's shoes ;) but in our defense: a)in the beginning i
was totally honest and told her i was _not_ amy, and b)this woman really
_wanted_ to believe she had just met the indigo girls, and we _totally_
made her night. she'll be telling that story for a long time to come (at
least until she buys rop and looks at the cover...)  ;) ;)

bad me. baaaaaad me. :)
folkisgruven,
amy/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, couple of quickies here.
1.  does anyone know where kettering ohio is(in realtion to cincinnati,
preferably)
2.  are there certain tricks to booting a concert and excluding annoyingly
rude people's voices out during the songs?  i am a novice, and booted
davenport's show.  it didn't turn out too badly, but there are a few
instances of conversation on in, and also, how do you boot something when
security is really tight?  i was lucky that i could hold it in the air and
no one cared, but what do you do in high security areas?  any insight would
be greatly appreciated.
thanks...
chris
"do or do not.  there is no try..."
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sounds like those of you with the legs for standing up for an hour and a
half straight had a better time than me. i was the one behind your heads,
in the 19th row. *sigh* oh well. the one i felt really sorry for was this
very short woman near me who couldn't see anything. at all. having it in a
convention hall was a bad move. on the one hand, i personally didn't see
squat, which makes me sad, and on the other hand, i can perfectly
understand why those of you who went up front or stood in the aisles did
so, and i can't fault you at all. if the floor hadn't been flat it would
have been fine. as it was, it was all over for me when this very tall boy
and his tall girlfriend got right in my line of sight and started swaying.
*sigh*

  the crowd made me very angry at this show. not all of the crowd, just
the ones near me. i tried not to be bitter, but...
  1) people kept talking. in fact, some assholes a few rows back burst
into loud, raucous laughter during the prayer part at the end of jonas and
ezekial. it was all quiet and soft and solemn and lovely, and then these
rude jerks with their guffaws...
  and some (other?) assholes, during leeds (a very quiet song) said three
times words to this effect: "we don't give a fuck about your new songs!"
it made me enraged! i hissed "shut up"... i hope they heard me and emily
didn't. would someone who was to the front of the venue reassure me that
you didn't hear the assholes or me? anyway, they did shut up...don't know
if it was because of the "shut up" or because they were done bitching.
it's ridiculous! i mean, why would you pay 25 bucks to go to a concert if
you didn't care enough about the band to want to hear new songs??? has
anyone else witnessed this kind of immense rudeness?
  2) people were also smoking near me, which really bothers me. and it
was a no-smoking venue!

  but i tried not to let the bitterness impede my enjoyment of the show.
to the crowd's credit, all the singing-along was very nice, and god,
those two girls who got to play along looked so happy it did my heart
lots and lots of good. it was so awesome. :)

  indigenous was not very good, imho. those of you who missed it, you
didn't miss much. all their songs sounded the same. also, they were way
too loud, and their singing was incoherent - i didn't understand a word
they sang. the really cool thing was when the singer put his guitar behind
his head and played it like that. and also he played it for awhile with
his mouth. :)

  and then the 30 minute intermission, after having sat through 45 minutes
of substandard, loud music, seemed excessive. but it was worth the wait,
because the show itself really was wonderful! they sounded so good, and
seemed to be in a fabulous mood too. i loved hearing all the new stuff in
person. :) so all in all it was a great experience. almost made me want
to stop by memories in pewter next door and have a nice pewter trinket
made. :) (everybody say "pewter!" it's fun.) but i thought what might be
nicer would be a bootleg, so i hope someone got a good one and is
willing to share. :)

                andrea crain *** internet: acrain@knox.edu
              *** knox college, galesburg, illinois, usa ***
       *** world wide web: http://members.tripod.com/~andreamer ***

ps: who else thinks "scooter boys" sounded cooler in the middle of "shame
on you"?

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date:         sun, 30 mar 1997 15:27:19 -0800
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        you know you are a indigo fan when.....

during easter mass father says "do you reject satan, the prince of darkness?"
and you wonder if the music ministers take requests :)

anywho

        there was alot of talk about a month or two ago about painful pet
stories.  well....here is a happy one....in a way.

about 6 months ago my fish.....arlo guppie, woody guppie, and bob (need less
to say bob had an inferiority complex) died.  it was all very sad...they had
ick.  anyway i just got around to buying new fish.....2 fish to be exact....amy
and emily.

well amy is biger than emily and is very fiesty (sp?)  she chases emily
around all day biting her tail....its all very fun to watch.  so far they
cant play guitar or sing....anyway....i felt like sharing.....

speaking of the guthries....someone asked where jacobs ladder came
from....to the best of my knowledge it was an old negro spiritual...pete
seeger and woody guthrie did a rolicking version of it on an album i have
lost.  *sigh*  there is also a version of it on h.a.r.p an album with holly
near, arlo guthrie, ronnie gilbert, and pete seeger (a fantabulous
album..nice beat, easy to dance to)

that is my story....anyone else with indigo-pets?

merry easter
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little spark of strange fire
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subject:      re: indigo-girls digest - 29 mar 1997 - special issue

angela,
   my name is sarah carter and i live in jefferson city, mo and i have the
tape of emily and amy singing the jesus christ superstar!!!!! i don't know
very much about it because i just got it from one of my friends who loves
it...i may some how be able to let u get it if u need it?! write me about
later ,please!!!!!!

                                                                      peace
and love,


                                                                        sarah
carter

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on sun, 30 mar 1997, kathy a. boyer wrote:

>         you know you are a indigo fan when.....
>
> during easter mass father says "do you reject satan, the prince of darkness?"
> and you wonder if the music ministers take requests :)
>
> anywho

ohboy!   the exact same thing happened to me this morning.  only i
didn't wonder about requests, i started humming.  i didn't even realize
what i was doing until my grandmother shot me a dirty look.  i think i
may need to get help.... at any rate i went home and cried since i am
home for the weekend from college and i didn't bring that cd with me and
was forced to listen to the entire song in my head... oh well, there are
worse things...

happy easter everyone!!

--nick

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it's a harmless fear, but it
makes us feel better and russia
gets an inflated sense of
national worth from our paranoia."
        -kevin dolenz
        st. elmo's fire

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it's been awful quiet this weekend....is it the beautiful weather, or is
everyone in church?  happy easter to those of you who celebrate it.
happy sunday to everyone.

....audrey
*who goes to a school so jewish she didn't realize what day it was until
she read the "closed for easter" sign on the door of boccie's pizza.

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"oouh la, la, la...   bork bork bork!   sheme-a oon yuoo"
                                            -- amy ray and the swedish chef

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i wrote earlier that i hated indigenous, but now i feel bad, because i
heard their track on the honor cd and it sounded wonderful. so maybe it
was just the bad venue. :)

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a litle tidbit circling around michigan i thought those of all y'all who
are interested in gay rights in corporate circles and the whole ellen
controversy might want.  for those who don't, sorry about the bandwidth.
exercise your left-middle finger before flaming.

happy jesus' alleged re-birthday!  (don't flame me, i'm not religious!)

chris ii


---------- forwarded message ----------
date: sun, 30 mar 1997 19:08:24 -0500 (est)
from: rachel heiman <rjheiman@umich.edu>
to: anthropology.students@umich.edu, historians@umich.edu,
    classclass@umich.edu, anthropology.faculty@umich.edu
subject: chrysler pulls ads from ellen, time for protests/picketing (fwd)


fyi . . .

---------- forwarded message ----------
date: fri, 28 mar 1997 17:30:04 -0500 (est)
from: michrook@aol.com
to: michrook@aol.com
subject: chrysler pulls ads from ellen, time for protests/picketing

                       please distribute widely

greetings all,

         chrysler has deeply insulted us all by pulling their advertising
from the "ellen" program because she is being honest about being a
lesbian. does anyone else feel like they are living in the dark ages?
nazi germany?  since approximately july of 1996 we of the "campaign for
equal rights at chrysler"  have been trying to educate everyone as to the
extreme bigotry against us at chrysler as sexual minorities. can everyone
now see that there is deeply ingrained institutional bigotry here, not
just a few people who are not content.  what more can anyone possibly need
to see the truth?
          chrysler has stated that pulling the ads was not "making a social
statement".  *give me a break*,  just how stupid do they think we are?
chrysler is beginning a dangerous new era where the wealthy mega
corporations control the media and *censor* what they feel does not promote
"normal heterosexual values"  (can you spell cracker barrel?).

                                       we must fight back

         it is time that we go beyond hand wringing, letter writing,
emailing and all of the activities which have done nothing to prevent this
from happening.  we must be much more adamant then that or we will forever
continue to foster the stereotype that we are all too wimpy and cowardly
to do more.
         *now* is the time to protest and picket at every chrysler dealership
in the country. what does everyone think of picketing at every chrysler
dealership we can on three consecutive thursdays, the symbolism being that
the announcement was made on thursday (at least on the chrysler employee
network  cen). what does everyone think of protests on the three following
consecutive thursdays:

                 april   10, 1997       2pm to 9pm

                 april   17, 1997       2pm to 9pm

                 april   24, 1997       2pm to 9pm

         although this is not far off, it will all be before the airing of
ellen.  doing this would cause tremendous publicity and shock corporate
america and the public into realizing that this is a new day when they
cannot abuse us with impunity.
         such picketing can be organized very quickly in the age of the internet.
we here in michigan can assemble dozens with a one week notice.  with all
gay/lesbian/bi/trans persons up in arms over this issue right now we
should easily be able to have thousands at dealerships around the country
if we choose to. please email with your contributions/comments soon.
        anyone desiring more information/evidence of the entrenched
bigotry at chrysler please just let me know and i will immediately email
to you.  just choose from the following archive, give me the letter and i
will email to you.

     a- chrysler statement on the employee daily news about pulling ellen
ads (can you spell *censorship*?)

     b- glaad article on chrysler forcing esquire to pull article by gay
author david leavitt ( can you spell *censorship*?)

     c- chrysler's failure to post the "new" standards of conduct that
were revised in january, 1997 even as late as 3-27-97.  ( i look every
day)

     d- email sent in past about chrysler snuffing out local media
coverage of our 3 month/5 day a week/6 hour a day protest at the chrysler
world headquarters ( can you spell *censorship*?)

     e- story of dismissal of gay man after 11 years as a software
engineer, in his own words. (anton andersen)

     f-     web site address for the "campaign for equal rights at chrysler"


am looking forward to hearing from everyone.

sincerely,
ron g. woods
chair, campaign for equal rights at chrysler
michrook@aol.com
810-545-7699

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subject:      paging tracy fears...

i was just about to mail the hte articles today (no comment on my
procrastination/ridiculously busy schedule), and i realized that after
my computers last nervous breakdown i lost your address.  i remembered
you because everytime i see your name on a post i always think 'kid
fears'! get that out to me!
leah

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i know this has been beaten to death but i just wanted to add that if your
music store stocks it it'll be under soundtracks (jc superstar)  and is
officially titled
jc superstar: a resurrection.

might i add that aside from emily and amy the original jc superstar should
have been allowed to rest in peace?

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....anyone else with indigo-pets?

why yes, as a matter of fact my ferret's name is indigo.  i got him june of
last summer.  it was either winston (john lennon's middle name) or somethign
else musical.  indigo came to be because, well for the obviuos reason that i
love the indigo girls, and also because is happens to be one of my favorite
colors.  it's the color of psychic powers as a matter of fact.  anyway, he's
an amy.  very playful and fiesty, but very sweet when i go to sleep.  he
usually sleeps by my stomach.  when i play my guitar he tries to play too
sometimes.  he scratches at the strings.  not very good, but you win some,
you lose some.  (amy-sorry about comparing you to a ferret, it wasn't really
a seriuos statement)  happy easter
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it can't be the mile in chicago, because that is the magnificent mile, not
the miracle mile.

a woman goes on trial every day
for living in a man's world
no one feels any sorrow anyway
for a running girl
          -nathan bell, poet, musician, friend, teacher

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subject:      re: billboard & ig radio play

in a message dated 97-03-27 21:58:25 est, you write:

<<  another example came from my senior prom committee. one song up for "prom
song" was today by smashing pumpkins. when i went to the head and explained
to them this song was about suicide they looked at me like i was crazy. some
people...i'll just never understand???????
  >>

last year the theme for the prom at a local high school was "with or without
you"

heheh.

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subject:      ohhhhhhkay peeps!

hmmm, how appropriate! peeps! the penultimate easter food! i once ate an entire
6-pack of those suckers and yakked instantaneously. at least it was pastel
colored (joni!!!!)

anyhoosit,

i'm once again offering "in with the out crowd" to anyone who has sumpin i
don't have to trade. iwtoc is an excellent quality boot from 1994 and 95 in
england along with some studio versions of ctf, cortez the killer, and three
hits

so, if you have anything to trade...and are wishing for iwtoc, let me know. i'm
mostly looking for stuff from the recent tour(s), including last summer's
minitour after newport. if you have nothing to trade, don't mail me now....i'll
open it up to newbies again soon.

hmmm, and one more thing:

go lady vols!!!!!
kick some arse orangegrrls

<ahem>

kisses and provolone,
susita

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hey, i seemed to have deleted the list of updated tour dates that were posted
last week...could someone repost them???  it would be much appreciated...
and thank you for your support =)

lesley

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hi ya'll ! :)
        i just wanted to add my two cents. yes, i have a cat who i named
emily after half of the famous duo.... actually her name is emily
dickinson sailers after two of my favorite women!  i also have a cat
named marley....after bob, of course!   yah mahn!      peace to all!
virginia

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subject:      more messed up lyrics

galileo - "king of night fishing.......?"
hmmmm........just kidding.  it makes me laugh though.

actually, we have this joke with some of my friends about an alanis morisette
song.
"it's not fair to deny me of the cross-eyed bear that you gave to me"   well,
it's amusing anyway.

jennifer

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hi

just wanted to let everyone know that the additional material that i had
promised about a month ago finally went into the site this weekend.  my
apologies for the long delay.  i am continuing to work on typing up more
articles for the site and as soon as i get a hold of an official copy of the
new record and can verify the lyrics they will be added  as well.   thanks
again for your patience and if you happen to see a mention of the indigo
girls in the press (no matter how small)  please try to pass it along so
that we may add it to the site and make it available to everyone.

thanks again

carolyn

http://www.hidwater.com/lifeblood

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i'm thinking i might just take it upon myself to post these dates every
few days.  anyone mind?  if so, email me privately.

this is max slover's list.  credits to him at the bottom of this message.

margaret


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date city/st             venue                                   codes
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03/28 davenport ia        great river hall, augustana college       c

04/04 eugene or           hult center's silva theatre, u of oregon  c
04/09 tulsa ok            expo square pavillion, u of tulsa         c
04/10 fort worth tx       will rogers aud. texus christian u        c
04/12 durham nh           snivley arena, u. of new hampshire        c2
04/13 waterville me       wadsworth fieldhouse, colby college       c2
04/15 university park pa  recreation hall, penn state               c2
04/16 norton ma           outdoor quad, wheaton college             c2
04/19 philadelphia pa     mccarthy stad., lasalle u                 c2
04/20 washington d.c.     bender arena, american u                  c*2
04/25 auburn al           beard eaves memorial col., auburn         c

05/23 atlanta ga          chastain park ampitheatre                 c
05/24 "        "          "                       "                 c
05/27 richmond va         classic ampitheatre, va state fair        c
05/28 vienna va           wolf trap                                 c
05/29 "       "           "        "                                c
05/30 philadelphia pa     mann music center stadium                 c
05/31 hartford ct         meadows music theatre                     c

06/05 holmdel nj          pnc bank arts center                      c
06/07 saratoga springs ny saratoga performing arts center           c
06/12 cuyahoga falls oh   blossom music center                      c
06/13 kettering oh        fraze pavilion                            c
06/14 clarkston mi        pine knob music theatre                   c

07/02 los angelos ca      greek theatre                             c


opening acts
1. ferron
2. lift

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codes c=confirmed date through monterey peninsula artists
        (mpa) (3/27/97)
      c=dates shown in the fan club mailing or gathered from
        other sources but not confirmed with mpa as of 3/25/97
      u=unconfirmed date
      s=sold out (if anyone knows which ones are please write me)
      *=private concert...student/faculty/staff only

all other info compiled from independant resources
be sure to contact venues or ticketing agencies to verify dates and
ticket sales.

special thanks to the following for additional info
dena (denakohl@aol.com)
deb (debbie@mei.com)
vic (indigovic@aol.com)
karen (kvittek@gladstone.uoregon.edu)
lorinda (wright@biodec.wustl.edu)
nancy (nancy@rbdc.rbdc.com)

check the following websites for further info
sony/epic          : www.sony.dreammedia.com/epiccenter/docs
                    /artistupdate.qry?artistid=83
pollstar           : www.pollstar.com
ticket master      : www.ticketmaster.com
ultimate bands list: www.ubl.com

*free distribution of this list is welcome but please credit author
(indigo@crl.com)*

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what can i say that hasn't been said already? plenty, so read on! :)

what a day; what a wonderful good friday. one thing greg failed to mention
in his post was that just as we were ready to hit the road the now familiar
opening strains of shame on you blared through the speakers in his
apartment. xrt in chicago came through with perfect timing and greg was
able to tape the new single for our trip across the mississippi. i love it.
greg made me a copy and i've listened to it about 200 times since we first
heard it. i vote at least top 20 (i'd say higher but i don't want to jinx
anything) just because the beat is soooooo infectious. it rocks live, and
it rocks on the radio going 80 up i-94. i mean if that song does not have
you squirming in your seat as you sit behind the wheel, you best have your
health checked.

as you've all heard by now, the venue sucked. i'm sure it does a fine job
for when it hosts the home and garden show, but for concerts it is bad,
bad, bad. i bet it was as wide as a football field maybe even wider. the
problem with that was that the only decent seats were those between the
43rd and a half yards lines (with amy and emily being at the 50). things
may have been better if the side sections had been tapered back, but they
weren't. those in the front row just left or right of center could see none
of the stage because the speakers blocked the view. from the "x" number on
our tickets, (a code from ticketmaster that rates the seats) i figured we
had great seats (they were 2x) well from our previously thought of as
awesome second row seats we could see only amy's mike. to show how screwed
up things were, max slover from the newsgroup had a 24x tickets and had a
perfect view - dead center about 15 rows back! to a scalper, our 2x seats
would have been worth a lot more than max's but our seats were bad, bad,
bad. go figure.

well from what i understand, the adler theatre across the street (a true
concert hall) seats 2400. the venue we were in sat 3000. they opted for the
latter just to get an extra 600 folks in the door. well those folks (and
then some) ended up standing in the aisles. i don't know if the ig show was
the first concert held in that hall (it was quite a new building and the
head box office person was certainly rattled enough to get me thinking it
was) but i certainly hope it was the last. by now you've heard that we
complained and managed to get permission to stake out a spot dead center
and within 10 feet from the stage. i could see that the aisles to the left
and right of us were also jammed with standing people but i have no clue as
to how far back the crowds went. although my feet were sore by the end of
the night, i'm not about to complain about that. from that location, i had
my best concert experience ever.

as greg said, many people in the crowd were cute beyond words but i'm
convinced that's because so many drove down from wisconsin :) and sadly i
too heard many comments about not wanting to hear the new songs and told a
couple of smaller sized folks (unlike greg i know how to pick my fights) to
shut up. and don't worry andrea, we didn't hear you yell "shut up" during
leeds and we were 5 feet from the stage at that point. even when greg and i
stopped for something to eat on the way home, the fans we ran into at the
restaurant were also upset that so many new songs were played. seeing as
that out of the 19 tunes they played only nine were new, i just don't get
that sort of thinking. i mean every one of their songs was new at some
point! i hope that attitude changes once the post album release tour
starts. i really do.

as far as the new songs go, i really love how much they have developed from
what i heard on the demo tour. i never was much of a caramia fan (note to
lorinda - it's written as one word on the set list) in the beginning
because it seemed too herky-jerky to me (yes, that's a technical term i
learned in music appreciation :) but em's version on friday was quite
powerful especially with the cool vocal effect they added at the end.  i
also believe i'm going to be a big fan of shed your skin. the little chorus
just makes one want to shimmy, so i did. even leeds seems better. when i
first heard it at hampton beach all i could think was "can you get anymore
depressing em?" i now think that it will be a good concert song because
emily sitting at the piano seems to calm the crowd a bit.

of course one of the best moments of the show was when a & e announced that
they had a request they were going to play. my throat still hurts from
screaming "yes" so loud and i suppose the smelling salts that we
administered to greg somewhat irritated it too. the signs i made for greg
requesting strange fire were huge and our center aisle location proved to
be perfect. the first time we held one of them up, i could tell from em's
facial expression that she could see what it said. as the concert went on i
too got worried they wouldn't come through, but when they held their little
conference, i knew something good was about to happen. from what i
understand from max, they haven't done strange fire live for about 4 or 5
years so it was quite a treat. and to know that they played it for my
friend makes it even more special. but why do i get the feeling that future
ig shows will be overrun with audience signs?

as the show progressed, so did the crowd towards the stage. other than
yelling at a few girls for getting up on another'shoulders, security must
have been busy enjoying the show. we moved from being seven feet from the
stage to three and somehow during the encores, as lorinda was counting em's
freckles, i found myself at amy's feet looking up trying to see if she had
any fillings. as greg said i could have massaged am's feet, but she was
dancing so hard in her boots that i probably would have lost a finger or
two in the attempt. in between screaming, dancing and cheering on amy and
heidi (the fiddler and oboe player from the audience) carol and i started
plotting to get the sets lists. i thought i was doomed because the girl
next to me seemed intent on wanting it too. i could tell it was going to be
a dog fight and was worried i didn't have the proper angle so i decided to
set my sights on scoring a pick.

indigenous then came out and helped out on bmhawk. with the exception of
their lead singer messing up jerry's solo, it was by far the best version i
have heard of that song. amy was really into it and had sulli working
overtime keeping a guitar in her hand. as the song finished the crowd went
nuts as a&e started saying their good-byes and thank yous. amy then came
towards the edge of the stage, reached down, gently grasped my outstetched
hand (oh it was oh so gentle) and slipped her pick into it. greg and
lorinda first thought she just shook my hand until i displayed the pick. i
was already sky high when to my amazement glanced to see the set list was
still taped to the stage. i managed to reach around the vox monitor and
scored that (and a bmhawk lyrics sheet) too. two days later i am still
flying. amy touched me! she gave me her pick, the one she just used to
break two guitar strings!! lorinda and i talked and we are convinced she
had the hots for me. how else can one explain the fact that amongst all the
babes there, she reached to me. you just can't! ;););) (yes i have a gf,
but i can dream, can't i?)

the night could have ended there and the excitement would have carried me
for a long, long time, but a visit to boozie's proved to be the cherry on
the hot fudge sundae. we were there no more that five minutes when lorinda
gets all goo-goo eyed and tells us how this woman at the bar has been
staring our way since the moment we walked in the place. so lorinda goes to
check it out and comes back with the widest eyes i have seen since greg's
head hit the venue floor during sf. she says, "you're not going to believe
this. deb, she's convinced you and i are the indigo girls!" i was like
"what"? and i turn to look at her and she's smiling away and waving. it was
unreal but at the same time i was disappointed for lorinda's sake. here she
probably approached the woman thinking "i'm may score in davenport!" :):):)

it was just too funny and i could not believe my ears when the woman
approached me with pen and paper in hand and asked for my autograph! of
course i gave it to her. in no way did i want to disappoint a fan. ok,
impersonating an indigo may very well be illegal in 37 states, but i don't
think it's on the books in iowa so i was going to enjoy the moment while it
lasted. i am certain that lisa asking us to pose for a picture was what
convinced her, but as lorinda said, she tried real hard to say that we
weren't who she thought we were. i mean ok, my hair is just about the same
length as em's and i suppose since my trip to florida it's looking a bit
more red than normal. and yes, the first concert i attended was a john
denver show and yes i took classical guitar lessons when i was 12 (did it
for my dad, really) and i have no regrets. plus i can't think of anything
better to do on a sunday afternoon in fall than to watch football on tv and
i happen to feel golf is a great sport too. ohmygod,  i _am_  emily!!!!!

well then, i suppose i should take this opportunity to fulfill a few
fantasies and do my best to please the girlies....ladies, i'll review
marriage proposals in the order they where received. carol jones, yours
will get priority just because i know how much it will mean to you. for all
others, guest list and all access requests will be dealt with once the
summer tour begins.

peace y'all

emily

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date:         mon, 31 mar 1997 02:40:19 ut
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how do i get off of this mailing list?????

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deb wrote:

<<i never was much of a caramia fan (note to lorinda - it's written as one
word on the set list) in the beginning because it seemed too herky-jerky to
me (yes, that's a technical term i learned in music appreciation :) but
em's version on friday was quite powerful especially with the cool vocal
effect they added at the end.>>

weird!  on my beloved set list, it's written as "cara mia."  so, to all
those people who have shaming of the sun already...how is it written?

also, you know you're an obsessed fan when you are walking down the street
in nyc, & every sign reminds you of ig...one said nomads & something or
other (i don't remember exactly), one said something about indigo, & we
actually considered stopping in the pouring rain to take a picture of it!
(hi corinne! ;)

and then i got a postcard from my bf (hi bf!) w/ a picture of newport bay,
& the description said "the indigo waters of newport bay..." indigo days
are the coolest!  :)

andi

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                                andrea lipman
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                    "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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hey y'all!!

i was sorting trough my boots today and i came across the red light cafe
boot from feb '96.  i listened and was especially intriged by the evolution
of cara mia (or is it caramia?).  but then it was called pray my way through
or around it.  i urge everyone who has that boot to go listen to that song.
that is probably one of the things i like most about ig.  the ability they
have to make a song evolve and mature into its different states. (plus i
*love* cara mia!!) wow!! i'm awed by that.

anyway, that's just my thought of the day!!!

take care!!!  ~rob
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date:         sun, 30 mar 1997 19:13:38 -0800
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at 08:31 pm 3/30/97 -0500, deb reiser wrote:
as lorinda was counting em's freckles, i found myself at amy's feet looking
up trying to see if she had any fillings. as greg said i could have massaged
am's feet, but she was dancing so hard in her boots that i probably would
have lost a finger or
>two in the attempt.

    wow!  i can't wait til the ft. worth show....color me black & blue!!!! :)

amy then came towards the edge of the stage, reached down, gently grasped
my outstetched hand (oh it was oh so gentle) and slipped her pick into it.

        okay deb, just kill us *all*, i mean just kill us, okay!!!? ;) :) :)

t-bird

i       tony, da chickenman - houston, texas, usa       g
n                                                       i
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from:         pj harris <pjhoopie@aol.com>
subject:      re: indigo-pets and utta stuff

my cat daemon kittenman is now 7 months old and the black bean of his mommy's
eye :)  he was named by betsy after i asked the list to give me name ideas.

my friend tina and i are having an ig day today.  we are listening to boots
and surfing y'all's web pages.  what a creative bunch the list is.  tina says
hi y'all.

everyone get those checks to greta.....time is running out...closer to fine
is the next song.

wouldn't you like to be a bunny, too!

buh bye
pj

raise your hands, raise your hands high, dont take a seat, dont stand aside,
this time dont assume anything, this time....go go go........ amy ray

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it would be written cara mia. it's spanish for "my face," but probably
refers to someone affectionately referring to someone else's face. i think
it means the same thing in italian. i've never heard the song, but
hopefully i will in l.a. when they come here!!

emily
(not the real one, an impersonated one, but one all her own)

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        y'all are great!

heart!
tony :)

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subject:      high horse pattern

hi all--

anyone know what the strumming pattern is for high horse?  i've got the
chords down, but they move so fast i can barely tell which way they're going.
thanks in advance for any help!

mary

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         <<- - - - - - - - - - - - music - - - - - - - - - - - ->>

         sarah mclachlan and her management have formed an all-female
         band festival tour to celebrate "excellence in women's music
         superstar acts". the lilith fair was tested last year with
         four dates, and after astounding success is being expanded
         into a major tour this summer (july - august). line-ups for
         each city's festival will be different, and will include
         artists such as mclachlan, the cardigans, indigo girls,
         suzanne vega, neneh cherry, lisa loeb, aimee mann, paula
         cole, mary chapin carpenter, wild colonials, victoria
         williams, autour de lucie, and kelly willis. mclachlan,
         who has been working on a new album for release this june, is
         expected to announce dates and line-ups soon, and a website
         devoted to the festival is updated regularly. her last album,
"fumbling
         towards ecstasy", went platinum, and spawned the hit single
         "possession".
         http://www.lilithfair.com/

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subject:      re: tour dates
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has anyone heard about anymore texas dates....i find it hard to believe
that the only place the girls are playing in texas is at tcu.  what's up
with that?

rachel

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does anybody have the chords to soy yet? i missed the lyrics when they
were posted last also, can anyone help me out?

by the way, simply v's hofstra boot is awesome! she copied it for me even
though my newbie status wouldn't allow for a trade. then she offered to
pay me for the extra blank i sent her! (an offer which i flatly
refuse, v.  :)  )this is the kind of person that ig music brings out...
what great people.  :)

honored to be a part of all this,
jason in montana

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subject:      have i found amy and emily?

i am trying to find the indigo girls e-mail address.  i heard they were
touring but not coming to chicago and i need to ask them to come here.

please, if this isn't their address, let me know.  if it is, please, please
come to chicago, even for just one show.

thank you for you time.

joan

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hey folks,
        i bought two extra tickets for the tcu show on april 10 in ft.
worth, and couldn't talk any of my friends into making the drive from
jackson, ms.  so, if anyone is in need of two tickets on the 22 row (row
v, ctr section, ctr of row) email me privately.  i got them for 25 bucks
from dillards and will sell them at cost.

counting the days :)
nelson
mcwhorte@mc.edu

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subject:      davenport show

hey all,

sorry to waste anyone's time, but i was unable to read the reactions to
the davenport show that were dated before sunday--so i don't know what
all has been said.

i do feel the need to mention my perspective, as i have mixed feelings
about the whole experience and keep thinking about it.  maybe getting
them out in the open here will make me feel a little better.

let me begin by saying that it is not my intention to make anyone angry
with me.  but i was upset by several things that happened, and my first
indigo girls concert was very close to being ruined because of them.

by now, everyone knows that the venue was not great (to put it mildly).
but the fact remains that the show was reserved seating--not general
admission.  and there is a big difference between the two.

by now everyone also knows that some people pretended as though the show
was general admission--and stood wherever they wanted to so they could
have a better view of the show.  some people went so far as to
intentionally sit in the wrong seats.  when the ticket holders for those
seats arrived, they would move over to some other unoccupied seats (and
so on).

unfortunately, the people who had seats in the aisle (even those who sat
within the front several rows), were unable to see anything because of
the people who were standing in the center aisle.  i don't think it's
fair that people who sat in reserved seats in the center of the front
several rows were not able to even see the show.

it seems to me that the people (who didn't sit where they were supposed
to) and blocked the view of the people (who did sit where they were
supposed) to didn't care about anyone's experience but their own.

don't get me wrong.  i felt sorry for those people who had seats in the
rear and on the far sides when i saw how everything had been set up.  i
admit, i had an incredible view from where i sat during indigenous.  this
made the anticipation of seeing amy and emily for the first time even
more exciting.

the girls were better than i could have imagined, and i will never forget
it. but i will also never forget the rage and disgust i felt when i saw
how rude, inconsiderate, and selfish some ig fans were being--just so
they could have a good time.

if this show had been general admission, my whole outlook on the
situation would have been different--i have to admire those people who
said they stood in line outside in the cold for hours to get good spots
near the front.  people who are that dedicated deserve to be within
touching distance of the performer(s).

i guess i should just have just kept my trap shut and felt lucky enough
to have been in the same room with amy and emily--but i don't feel as
though it's that simple.

thanks for letting me vent,
angela
(who is eternally greatful to my considerate, selfless girlfriend for
trading seats with me so that i could see amy during the entire
show--even though it meant she couldn't see either one of the girls)

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argh.. i just got back from spring break and after reading through all my
tons of email i find out that ig played in chicago! and i missed it! argh!

i work during my breaks and we listen to wxrt all day. there is no way i
could have missed a ticket giveaway. but no! i had to be here in friggen
corn county champaign studying my ass off.

*sigh*


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in a message dated 97-03-31 00:53:19 est, jconvers@captain.sc.whecn.edu
(jason converse) writes:

<< does anybody have the chords to soy yet? i missed the lyrics when they
were posted last also, can anyone help me out? >>

soy is another happy 3 chord amy song (but we love her anyway).  someone
posted this a few months ago, but i don't remember who it was.  the chords
are
a (x2) / d / e      i don't know how they're suposed to be played, but i like
to play them as power chords, so all those extra strings aren't ringing when
they're not suposed to be.

west of bishes
shana (jak)

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at 2:23 am 3/31/97, angela c lindahl wrote:
>by now everyone also knows that some people pretended as though the show
>was general admission--and stood wherever they wanted to so they could
>have a better view of the show.  some people went so far as to
>intentionally sit in the wrong seats.  when the ticket holders for those
>seats arrived, they would move over to some other unoccupied seats (and
>so on).

seeing as you missed some mail on saturday i feel the need to clear
something up because i know i was one of those who sat in different seats
for a time being on saturday night. (and seeing as angela posted to the
list, i feel the explanation should go to the list so all know what
happened that night).

i think you may be judging the situation the way you did simply because you
don't know any of the background of the situation. we were given
permission, yes permission, by the venue's head box office person (that
petite woman who was running around with the tags around her neck--
unfortunately i didn't get her name) to find a seat where ever we could
because we complained about the view from our seats. she would have liked
to reassign us herself (as she did with others who sat around us), but she
ran out of empty spots. she then said, "find an empty spot where ever you
can but if the real tickets holders show up, you'll have to move. sorry,
that's the best i can do for you right now." i felt funny about that but we
gave it shot for awhile but we had to leave when the real tickets owners
showed up. we didn't try to scam anyone. we did what we did with permission
from the venue. i can't speak for others who moved around, but we were told
it was ok to try "sit anywhere you can find a spot." honest to god, that's
what we were told after we complained about the venue and the seats we had.
i never would have done that on my own.

>unfortunately, the people who had seats in the aisle (even those who sat
>within the front several rows), were unable to see anything because of
>the people who were standing in the center aisle.  i don't think it's
>fair that people who sat in reserved seats in the center of the front
>several rows were not able to even see the show.

we were given permission to stand there once it became evident that they
couldn't reassign us elsewhere and there were no no shows. the venue had
control of the situation. believe me, if they didn't want us in the aisles,
they could have and would have done something about it. i have been at ig
shows were security didn't even allow you to stand. the only thing security
told us was that the area right in front of the stage (the area inbetween
the stage and row one) was off-limits per ig.

>it seems to me that the people (who didn't sit where they were supposed
>to) and blocked the view of the people (who did sit where they were
>supposed) to didn't care about anyone's experience but their own.

once again, i can say nothing more than that we had permission to be where
we were. if you have a beef, it should be with the venue. we complained and
got a response. sorry it didn't work out the best for you. but the seats we
had shouldn't have been sold as the quality of tickets they were sold as. i
got thru to ticketmaster right at 10am (actually a little before). the
tickets i got were classified as 2x seats which proved to be a joke. those
seats should (1) been sold last or (2) been sold with the explanation that
they were obstructed view or (3) never been sold. the venue messed up and
deserves your vent (i know they will still get a letter from me just
because they need to know that holding a show in that hall is not such a
hot idea. i truly hope no other concerts are planned for that hall), not
the individuals who tried to make a bad situation better for themselves.
once again i can only speak for myself and those i was with, but we had
permission to be where we were.

>the girls were better than i could have imagined, and i will never forget
>it. but i will also never forget the rage and disgust i felt when i saw
>how rude, inconsiderate, and selfish some ig fans were being--just so
>they could have a good time.

i hate to sound like a broken record but i really feel strongly that you
are barking up the wrong tree here. i will agree that some people in the
aisles where rude to a&e saying things like "we don't give a fuck about
this new crap, play old stuff" and beer and some people's kids just don't
mix well. but a situation is what you make of it. we happened to take a bad
situation and turned it into a great time. and yes i was there to have the
best time _i_ could as where the people i was with. does that really make
us rude, inconsiderate and selfish? i'm sure you were there to have a great
time. does that make you rude, inconsiderate and selfish?

>if this show had been general admission, my whole outlook on the
>situation would have been different--i have to admire those people who
>said they stood in line outside in the cold for hours to get good spots
>near the front.  people who are that dedicated deserve to be within
>touching distance of the performer(s).

this is waaaaaaaaaay out of line. so the fans from davenport who got
tickets at the box office are more dedicated than me, or the others from
around the midwest, who hit redial a million times and then road tripped
for hours? i felt fortunate that while being  in milwaukee i got through
right at ten and scored what i thought were awsome second row seats. i
travelled five hours and over 250 miles to the venue to find out i had
obstructed view seats! i got up at 5:30am on friday so i could leave work
early and didn't get back to chicago until 5:30am the next morning. after
catching a few hours of well deserved sleep, i made it back home to milw
around 5:30pm. that's about 36 hours worth of ig dedication right there.
does that make me better than any other fan at the show? no. but on the
other hand don't you dare imply that i or any one else there had any less
right to be within touching distance of amy and emily because we didn't
stand outside in the cold in davenport, iowa for our tickets.

the venue messed up royally and tried to make admends with those who
complained. i for one am thankful the venue allowed us to be where we were
because i ended up having a great, great time. the venue allowed the fans
to gather in the aisles and i don't feel badly that i had a nice time and
you didn't. i may get in trouble for this but i guess i have only one
question for you: when it became apparent as to what what was happening,
why didn't you just join the party?

deb

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cara mia,

see above. that's a familiar way to address a dear one in a letter, for example. it's like -dearest- or mi bien. and, yes, technically it translates to my face. que te vaya muy bien.

peace,

susan

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it would be written cara mia. it's spanish for "my face," but probably
refers to someone affectionately referring to someone else's face. i think
it means the same thing in italian. i've never heard the song, but
hopefully i will in l.a. when they come here!!

emily
(not the real one, an impersonated one, but one all her own)

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in a message dated 97-03-31 09:50:31 est, you write:

<<   some people went so far as to
>intentionally sit in the wrong seats.   >>

                     my god......!!!!!  behavior like this.......at a
concert....?????
imagine....!!!!    welcome to the world my friends...
                                        brian
                            who saw a boy's eye exploded by a firecracker
thrown by a very impolite fan at an aerosmith show in '75....we've come a
long way, baby..........

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i also heard a little about this.  i think they said they would be in
the seattle area in july.

~jessi
the penalty for success is to be bored by the people who used to snub
you.
           --   nancy astor

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> from: alycia [smtp:anb038@nwu.edu]
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>
> just heard that sarah mclachlan is sponsoring an all women concert
> tour...which includes, among others:  mcc, the cardigans, and the
> indigo
> girls.  there were a bunch of other female music artists mentioned but
> they
> slipped out of my brain.
> does anyone have any more information about this?
>
> alycia
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in a message dated 97-03-31 09:50:31 est, you write:

<<
this is waaaaaaaaaay out of line. so the fans from davenport who got
tickets at the box office are more dedicated than me, or the others from
around the midwest, who hit redial a million times and then road tripped
for hours?  >>


                                yaaaaaaaaaawwwnnnnnnnn.........homey sleep
now......
people.......goofy......ummmmm.....goofy.........

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at 7:09 am 3/31/97, jessica owen (general) wrote:
>i also heard a little about this.  i think they said they would be in
>the seattle area in july.

92.5 the river in boston had this blurb on their web site:

the lilith tour is a celebration of women that will hit great woods this
summer. . . on the bill will be sarah maclachlin, jewel, lisa
loeb, paula cole, amie mann, mary chapin carpenter, suzanne vega and many more.

that's all they said about it.....and it doesn't even mention ig....

later y'all!

joni  :o)

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at 03:03 pm 3/31/97 +0000, someone wrote:

>cara mia,
>
>see above. that's a familiar way to address
>a dear one in a letter, for example.

that is correct but for some reasons on the
lyric sheet and album cover emily spells it
"caramia", one word.

tt

p.s.
sorry i stoped transcribing the lyrics
was away for easter.  i'll finish this week.

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after reading all of the davenport posts, i figure it's my turn to speak
about my ig experience in davenport (and surrounding area...just wait!)
this past weekend.

so...yeah, i managed to get off work early friday (me, the one with no
vacation or sick days yet because i have been here only 5 months), cruise
home and get on the road for the exciting 4 1/2 hour drive to davenport to
se my beloved girls.  everything was going well...got new windshield
wipers the other day so i made it through the thunderstorm with flying
colors...and had to take a little rest stop about 45 minutes outside of
the cities. so alice and i go back to the car, and it won't start. it's
dead...won't even turn over.  okay, it's okay, i say to myself...we'll
just get a jump!  we ask this old couple to help us, "i've got cables," i
say, and they respond with, "you can't find anyone else to help you?"
hmm...well...there was nobody else there...we already asked
god...whatever!! they were very rude.  so we wait a while and finally get
a jump from a nice man in a hockey jersey, and we were on our way again.

mmm...not for very long, though.  yeah, we're driving along, and alice is
messin' with the radio, and it's all fuzzy, and she's saying, "man, you
can't get anything out here!"  then i look at the radio, and all of the
lights in the display are out, and i'm saying to myself, "uh oh, that's
not a good sign!!!"  next thing i know, i'm losing power...all power. the
car is slowing down no matter how hard much gas i am giving it, lights are
blinking, etc, so i pull on to the shoulder and everything goes dead.  no
radio, no nothing.  car won't start...won't turn over.  not gonna get to
see the girls.  aaarrgh!!

so i've got my cell phone, but who the #%!! do i call in (god, i don't
know where the hell i am) illinois!  ...thought about 911 but i've always
had a phobia about calling that unless it's a life and death situation.

so, we start walking.  and it's cold. (yeah, it was about 65 when we left
st louis but since we've headed north, it's dropped about 20 degrees). i'm
fishing for some socks and throw my jacket on, and we're wallking back to
the rest area (about 3 miles), hoping that a highway patrol car will find
us. (where are the cops when you want them??)

we end up getting picked up by a guy who is a nuclear pipe fitter...he had
eight fingers and a really dirty car, but seemes to be a nice fellow.  he
took us to the rest stop where we made a collect call to the highway
patrol...and what do you know, the dispatcher told me there was a patrol
officer at my car!!  so he comes to the rest area and asks what's going
on...i tell him it's probably my alternator, and we're trying to get to
davenport for a concert at 8pm...however, i was convinced that we were
going to be stuck there for a while.  a tow to the cities would have been
at least $100, plus nothing there would be open, but he knew of a garage
about 5 miles away that was open until 9; we could try and see if they
could get us the part.

next thing i know we're in woodhull, illinois, trying to find an
alternator for a vw jetta. the man at the garage (who slightly resembles
the man that gave me my first tattoo!!) actually finds one for a mere
$240, but has to drive to galesburg to get it, and have my car towed to
the garage as well. (it's 6:30 now...). they tell us there's a great truck
stop across the street (that's the only thing for miles besides this
garage), so we might as well go get something to eat.

well, we walk in, and i look around, and start singing, "two of these
things are not like the others..." can i just say that everyone was
staring at us!!  go figure.  i tried getting through to the crowd at
theo's java hut, but the guy that answered the phone there wouldn't page
any of them or let me talk to them...he just let me leave a
message...jerk. (lorinda, did you get the message???)  plus, i'm changing
my long distance carrier...mci sucks.  i talked to about 6 differend mci
operators and customer assistance people before finally giving up on
making anymore phone calls. (but that's a whole different story!)

okay, i'm almost done!   we go back to the garage around 8, and the car is
almost done!!!  the guy offers us a beer, but i plan to have many once i
get to the concert...we both decline.  so i pay the bill (mastercard is
our friend!!!) thank him oh-so-gratefully, and his last words were
"ladies, it's 8:00...drive like hell!!)

and that we do...except get off the highway too early, and it takes
forever to find out where the hell we are, but someone (thank the goddess)
was lookingout for us because we got there before the girls even got on
stage!!!   ahhhhhhh!   drank a few, headed to our seats, then to the
crowd in the aisle, and by the end of the show, we were pretty darn close
(well, i wasn't looking at amy's fillings, but i could see her sweat! :))
...and they played strange fire, which by the way, they opened up with in
grand rapids, mi on the so tour in 95 (so it's been less than 4 years)
...but it still rocks live!!   ...was determined to get a pick, but alas,
i felt i had enough luck for the night.  saw the girls go to their hotel
(the radisson) and if i hadn't spent the $$ on my car, we would've been
there as well.

for those of you who made it this far, i'm impressed. thanks for
listening. let's just say that the girls rocked...the concert was
wonderful, and definitely a show i will never forget!!!  the new stuff is
great; i was singing along to "get out the map..." might be one of my
faves off of shaming...

keep on keepin' on.....

sarah
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
"...every five years or so
i look back on my life                  <----so very true!!!
and i have a good laugh..."                     (should it be "days"
                -emily saliers                  instead of "years"??)
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~                 :)

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i just wanted to let those of you in the bay area know that the indigo girls
will be the in-studio guests at kfog 97.7/104.5 on tuesday afternoon around
3pm.  i was not one of the lucky ones to be able to go to their cd release
party at slims on tuesday night......is anyone on the list one of the lucky
winners who gets to see them?

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i too tried to win a seat for the kfog/indigo girls event and unfortunately
was not a chosen one.  they did say that by popular demand they will be back
in the bay area to do another kfog event soon.  over thousands of people
applied!!  i didn't know that there were so many ig fans in the bay.
well, l live blocks away from slim's so i am going to go there and check it
out.  who knows maybe they need ushers:)
peace to all,
diana

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good monday morning!

warning: the following is crazy long. i cannot help it. read at your own risk. and yes, there is ig content, so don't flame me!

okay, who all went to the point saturday night to see and hear lift? it was the cd release party for their new cd lifelike. well, jocelyn and i went and all i could say yesterday was wow! today, i have recovered somewhat and shall post a report for those who aren't in the atlanta area and couldn't come.

first of all, the point has great sound and not a bad view in the place. my only gripe: there are no chairs. none. after a couple of hours standing, even the crappy chairs of death from eddie's attic were starting to look good.

other than that, the night was pure heaven! lift played, oh....forever! they could've played all night, i think, but they said they ran out of songs. this made our fourth time to see them since we moved to atlanta and it just keeps getting better.

david patterson must have some extra fingers because he just totally rocks on guitar. i heard he is classically trained. it is apparent. he is awe-inspiring.

molly bancroft has the voice of an angel. not the frilly, white-winged kind. she's the kind of angel you'd have a beer with in a corner bar and talk about why the world is so fucked up. her words move me. and she's gorgeous, so it's a total package. ;-)

simone simonton is the goddess of all percussion. she's one of those drummers i can recognize when i hear her. that is rare for me. i seem to percussively-impaired. michael lorant is another such drummer.

simone played a drum solo that gave me temporary brain damage. my gf jocie says it lasted ten minutes, but she is unaccustomed to great quantities of beer and, well, it was long, but not ten minutes. it could've been, though. we, the crowd and all, were ready and willing for more. back to the brain damage. i was not drinking, designated driver, don't ya know, and this woman next to me yells, "this kicks ass!!" and i find myself screaming back at her, "yeah, man, this fucking rocks!" i didn't know my name for like thirty seconds. jocie said she thought the horns were gonna come up next! scary!!

julie clark - last, but in no way least. she slapped the shit outta that bass all night. i think i heard her tell someone earlier at rdr that she'd only been playing for 4 years. she asked them if they had any complaints. no, ma'am. i played bass in a garage band back in the, er, 80s and, if i got wasted enough, i thought i was too cool and i pretended to be good. julie is the real deal. and very cute onstage with that big ole bass. in fact, the whole band is quite attractive which is always a nice bonus when you go hear live music.

okay, okay - special guests!

well, i'll start by saying i thought i had died and gone to heaven. jocie turns to me and says, "oh my gosh, that was kristen hall!" no way.

way.

she got up and played empty promises with lift backing. i thought i was dreaming. we are dancing and singing at the top of our lungs. we apologize to any near us for the screaming. it's just that we love kristen hall's music and that song is one of my faves and to see her at the point onstage with lift was too much!

okay, here's your ig content, folks! during kristen's song, i yelled in my gf's ear to be careful and not dance/smash into people. she gives me the ? look and i just smile. amy ray is standing next to her, in front of me. she's just a-singing and smiling like all the other kristen/lift fans.

then, as kristen gets down, amy goes up and straps on an acoustic and then, emily comes running up the other side and gets david's electric guitar. they played tried to be true. i feel so fortunate. we figured the days of seeing ig in a small place in atlanta were long gone. i'd rather see one club show of a band i love than ten stadium shows. it was awesome!

lift played on and ended their monster set (was it over 2 hours - or was i dreaming?) with jocie's new favorite. she worried all night about it. "are they gonna play it - you think?" she was so thrilled when they launched into "let us be". amy and emily joined the band on the finale and sang backup and played tambourines. we, like much of the crowd, hit the doors and spilled onto moreland avenue laughing and signing. jocie and i drove around our new city with lifelike in cd player, cranked! life is good.

if you read all the way, i hope it inspires you to get lift's cd and/or see them live. i feel like we are watching a band that's about to break out - make it. if that happens, it couldn't happen to a nicer, more deserving band. if it doesn't, the music industry will have - once again - screwed us all, musicians and fans alike. if you can't find the cd, check raint day records or order it from daemon directly.

http://www.rainy.com or call rdr if you are outside the metro atlanta area, 1-800-636-6166

http://www.monsterbit.com/daemon/

peace,

susan
and
jocelyn

"music is the brandy of the damned." - george bernard shaw

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deb wrote:

>from what i understand from max, they haven't done strange fire live
>for about 4 or 5 years so it was quite a treat.

they sang it in seattle at one of their shows here in august, 1994.


it was very, very cool.  glad to hear that they did it for you guys!

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> i just called the double door and they said that "yes" in fact the ig
> were playing their tonight but that it was a private party.  they didn't
> buy my line about having lost my invitation. :o(

grrrr! why is it that whenever they come to chicago it is never
publicized until the last minute? i realize this was a private party but
i have missed them the past three times they were here because of
little/bad publicity! sorry, just had to rant for a moment. if anyone
finds out of a public show in the chicago area, please (shameless
begging) let this poor, ig-concert deprived girl know? thanks! :)

jen

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hi there indigo people.

does anybody know how to get a hold of tickets to the mann music center show in philly??  polstar has anounced the show (5/30) but gives no information on ticket availability :-(

my calls to the mann have gone unanswered.  does anybody have other helpful information??  please respond privately, as i'm not sure my subcription is working!!??!

thanks very much in advance.

sincerely,


howard silverman

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had the wrong year for the grand rapids, mi show...it was summer of 94
when they opened with strange fire, not '95.  didn't want to confuse
anyone!

sarah
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i just called the meadows music theatre in hartford to ask about the may
31st show and spoke to the most wonderful woman....she said she a fan
herself so i told her about the list <*grin*> and found this out:

thus far the show is unconfirmed; when tickets go on sale they will be
available through protix  422-0000 (i'm pretty sure that's area code 860)
and through strawberries stores in ct and western mass.  there's
generally an 8-ticket limit through protix; there might not be one from
strawberries but she wasn't sure about that.  also, it's possible to do
group tickets for 20 or more people...group seats are usually in
center sections (500, 600, 700) but there's a section in front of that.
it's a gamble, i guess.

are you planning to go?  a couple of fellow listees and i are tossing
around an idea....so if you think you'll be there *email me*, and also let
me know if you are graduating (or moving, or have a birthday that week, or
any other big celebratory event).  also, let me know if you live near a
ct/western mass strawberries and might be willing to do a ticket run.


take care y'all,
audrey
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hey people!  i fee like a lurker, i haven't posted here in so long.  hey
susie, glad the lady vols won against a very brutal odu team...completely
ridiculous that more odu players didn't foul out, the brats.  oh well, two
time national champs, go tennessee (unless they are playing the hawkeyes).

oh yeah, this is about davenport.
first of all, there were all of these augustana students there who i'm
sure are fine people, but looked like dorky straight white kids (not that
i don't like dorky straight white kids, i do, but there was a
preponderance of them near me)...anyway, the funniest part of the show for
me was before indigenous started playing.  now, we drove in from iowa city
and did not know who the opening band was so let me recount the
conversation i heard:
first male: "i heard they were indigenous."
second male: "....what's that supposed to mean?"
first male: "um, i think that means they're indians."
second  male: "oh, indians, huh?  weird."

so i gave them my patented "you ignorant scumbags" look, which actually
isn't very threatening, and they looked cowed. i shook my head, thinking
about the ignorance of these people who cared more about the band's ethic
origins than about their music.  then, the band came out and the lead
singer came up, and said, "hi, we're indigenous" and even then for a
second i was like, "well, duh!, but who are you?" then i realised.  yes,
suzi, that is the name of the band!
they sucked.  cock rock in a big way, not what i expected before an ig
concert.  i like their cut on hte but let me tell you, all of their songs
sounded the same--loud, long electric guitar solos, sexist lyrics (if you
could understand a word of them) and way too loud.

luckily, i had a better time when amy and emily were playing.  for some
reason, this "i hate loud music that's why i don't go to bars" person (me)
got right up next to the speakers.  yeah.  but when i felt my eardrums
shaking like they were abou to burst, i made a run to the
soda/beer/popcorn stand next to the stage, and got some free earplugs
along with my diet coke, no ice please.  i never got back to as close as
where i began, until the encores when the guards let us kinda rush the
stage, but i was probably ten feet from amy msot of the time.  my first
thoughts about them were:
"damn, they look old!  oh my gosh, emily looks like such a bar dyke!"  i
know, i know, not what people usually think, but i did.  amy had her usual
forceful presence--i was actually quite overwhelmed by the polyester
slacks and polyester red and white wide-lapel shirt--but i was so jealous
of deb, the only person to get to shake amy's hand at the end...i mean,
not only mistaken for emily, but also touching amy.  jeez!  well.  i was
happy for greg, whom i was glad to meet before the show (by the way lisa a
big thank you for the ride to davenport!), when they played strange fire,
but i wish it had replaced something bnesides chiapas bound, which i want
to hear (now that it has apparently had its "missing part" replaced!).
and those two augie students (i think) who got to play with the girls were
very cute and sweet and good musicians as well.
i loved scooter boys and shed your skin and i cannot, cannot, cannot wait
for the album!  i have had the new songs going through my head the whole
time since then, including while i'm sleeping...i also loved get out the
map, my favourite emily song in years.  what else can i say...i hope
someone besides greg got a boot, he was right about security, they were
probably taping it it was so relaxed!
gotta  end this post, it's getting too long...next time i'll tell everyone
about the i-80 truck stop experience.  ;-)
greg, deb, lorinda, angela, max--lovely to meet you!!!  sorry we were so
late and didn't get the chance to meet everyone...oh well.  _i_ had a
great time at this show, despite the poor acoustics, the people screaming
only for "least complicated" and "galileo," the idiots behind me yelling
"romeo and juliet!" until i turned around and hissed "they don't do that
song anymore so quit screaming!!!" and the young woman who said, "i'm so
fucked up! i love them, man! they're like giving me orgasms right here!"
over and over...it was all just grist for the writer's mill.  :-)
can't wait to see you all in chicago this summer.
that was my first ig concert in almost three years, and i"m very glad i
went.  now, onto ani in a week and a half and dar in a month!  yay!
love,
suzi

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hello gang!

just heard on the radio here in seattle/tacoma that this thursday, april 3rd
the girls will be in seattle "at a secret location" for that invite only
mini performance and interview.  the show will be broadcast live that
"evening" (time??) on 103.7 fm "the mountain."

get out the recorders!
just thought i'd be the bearer of <some kind> of good news!!  :>

any guesses as to where this "secret location" will be??  (secret squirrel!)

stacy.

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on mon, 31 mar 1997, s. steffen wrote:

> and the young woman who said, "i'm so
> fucked up! i love them, man! they're like giving me orgasms right here!"
> over and over...it was all just grist for the writer's mill.  :-)

aaahhhhhh!! she and her girlfriend (i'm assuming, because they were all
over each other) were right behind me - practically on top of me - and
seriously invading my personal space (which i expect at a concert but this
was definitely overboard)...they kept saying how "f---ing beautiful" the
girls were and "we gotta get closer"..."oh my god...look at them!"

i think they finally made their way closer to the front by the end of the
show.  my ears were thankful for the cut back on the number of "wooooos!!"
during _every_ song!!

sarah
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ok, ok, looks like there are probably _no_ shows in nc or sc, even tho the
girls are from atlanta, so i am in for a road trip.  i have a few questions:

1)the chastain park ampitheatre in atanta- is it general ad?  in other words,
  if i drive dwon from columbia (sc) am i going to find myself several miles
  out because people in atlanta just got out of bed and showed up to fill the
  first fifty rows?

2) how and when to get tix?

          thanx for any info you atlantans can provide.
                             chris newbiehead mccormick

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the voice of fifty years' experience
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okay childrens....i'm bored so i feel compelled to do this to you.
a couple of months ago, some friends of mine and i were sitting up after
having drunk waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too much coffee one night, and for no
apparent reason, we started coming up with what we thought would be the most
absurd, deranged, and totally abstract concert billings we could think
of....for instance....tim noah opening for marylin manson.  barry manilow,
metallica, and ice cube.  things of that nature.
now, for no apparent reason, other than the fact that i need to go to bed (10
1/2 hour workday...eeech) i feel compelled to "do unto others."

please don't hurt me :)

dawn
(donning asbestos underwear and hoping for the best)

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> conference, i knew something good was about to happen. from what i
> understand from max, they haven't done strange fire live for about 4 or
> 5 years so it was quite a treat.

not exactly...second night at the shepard's bush empire show during
the so tour (the one recorded for the bbc and shown on the disney channel
in the us), we were asked to stick around so they could re-record a song
(i'm spacing on which one...this train?), and as a thank you to us for
hanging around (as if we were going anywhere) they did strange fire...it
wasn't on the set list...i was on the raised platform with the sound
booth equipment (loooong story), but they did it...

peace,
bill

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what's the release date of sots??   april what?

- jen hall

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>absurd, deranged, and totally abstract concert billings we could think
>of....for instance....tim noah opening for marylin manson.  barry manilow,
>metallica, and ice cube.  things of that nature.

how about u2, public enemy, and the sugarcubes.

hmmm...

oh wait, that was a real concert. (1992 -- it was u2's zootv outside
broadcast tour. public enemy and the sugarcubes both opened.) i kid you
not! ok it isn't exactly tim noah/marilyn mason but it's kinda weird when
you consider it was a real concert. :)

i've seen some really random bands at one-stage music fests but those don't
count since you're likely to find a strange combination when you have 10+
bands playing on the same day. :) they might be giants and helmet? actually
happened at one of them i went to. =:o

kristina

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subject:      re: davenport show

sorry again.

i guess i expected flamage from my previous post.  but i also began by
saying that it was not my intention to make anyone angry with me, and
that i needed to vent.  so i did.

i said:

>if this show had been general admission, my whole outlook on the
>situation would have been different--i have to admire those people who
>said they stood in line outside in the cold for hours to get good spots
>near the front.  people who are that dedicated deserve to be within
>touching distance of the performer(s).

deb said:

this is waaaaaaaaaay out of line. so the fans from davenport who got
tickets at the box office are more dedicated than me, or the others from
around the midwest, who hit redial a million times and then road tripped
for hours?
but on the other hand don't you dare imply that i or any one else there
had any less right to be within touching distance of amy and emily
because we didn't stand outside in the cold in davenport, iowa for our
tickets.

what i meant:

i was referring to those people who had gone to previous ig shows where
the concert was general admission.  they had posted about getting in line
at around 9:00 in the morning (outside in the cold) and staying there all
day so they would be able to get in the front--since seats were not
assigned, they had no guarantee of being in a prime location unless they
had done that.

i never said that the people who bought tickets from the box office in
davenport had to stand in line outside or in the cold.

i never said that the people who bought tickets from the box office in
davenport were more dedicated than anyone else.

i also never said that anyone who attends a reserved seating concert
(regardless of where their seats are located) had any "right" to be
"within touching distance" of the performers.  i did say that the people
who stood in line outside and in the cold (all day long) for a general
admission show "deserved" to be in the front "within touching distance"
of the performers.

having a "right" to something and "deserving" something are two entirely
different things.

to answer the question "why didn't i just join the party?"

it was a reserved seating show--so i sat in my seat.  i did stand up (in
front of my seat) to see the show during the last couple of songs (when i
absolutely had to) because i could no longer see amy or emily.  by that
point everyone had to stand up.

sorry for complaining here--i promise to be compliant.  i will never
speak my mind.  i will never disagree.  i will never question anyone's
actions.  i will be a good girl from now on.

peace (really),
angela

p.s.  i know i didn't mention it in the previous post, but the pre-show
gathering upset me.

i'm pretty shy and wasn't really comfortable getting together with people
i had never met before.  but my friends didn't seem to mind meeting the
list people i refer to all the time, so i went anyway.

for some reason none of us felt as though we were welcomed at the table.
is it because my friends are not part of the list? is it because i
haven't subscribed long enough?  is it because of age? (we are all in
that "thirtysomething" place)  is it because of something else?  anyone
have any thoughts on this?

okay, now i'll be a good girl.

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date:         mon, 31 mar 1997 16:12:14 est
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subject:      sorry

i know i am taking up bandwidth and many of you could care less the here
this, but sorry, here it comes.
i have been gone for spring break and had to unsubscribe to the list.
when i came back and resubscribed my subscription not only went to
listserv but also the list.
why i don't know.
i just wanted to say sorry.

tommy :-)

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hey y'all!  i just thought i'd post to the list and let y'all know whose
money i have received for our group tickets.  if someone else sent it in
for you, look for their name.  i'm also emailing everyone seperately.  :)
so.....y'all are...

emily monteer (2)
sarah weigmann (6)
robin fouse (6)
julie goldman (6)
christy jackson (2)
shanna freeman (2)
paul tate (1)
tracy brown (1)
allison hastings (2)
susan tomlinson (2)
kim paulus (14)
jean stewart (2)

and arrangements have been made for the rich benson/jennifer doody group

if you sent me a sase with your check, i'll send the tickets back to you as
soon as they are bought, which will be april 10th.  (they won't go out
until the 11th)  i'm still looking for suggestions for where the list group
should get together before the show, so if you know of any good places,
email me and let me know!  see y'all there!
sue

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this is a plea for someone in seattle who is willing to tape the show on
thursday that will be broadcast on the radio.  i have stuff to trade.
anyone interested mail me for a copy of my list.   please, please, pretty
please with scooter boys on top!!!

thanks kind friends!!!

rob
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date:         mon, 31 mar 1997 16:49:28 -0400
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at 4:13 pm 3/31/97, angela c lindahl wrote:

>sorry for complaining here--i promise to be compliant.  i will never
>speak my mind.  i will never disagree.  i will never question anyone's
>actions.  i will be a good girl from now on.

>p.s.  i know i didn't mention it in the previous post, but the pre-show
>gathering upset me.
>
>i'm pretty shy and wasn't really comfortable getting together with people
>i had never met before.  but my friends didn't seem to mind meeting the
>list people i refer to all the time, so i went anyway.
>
>for some reason none of us felt as though we were welcomed at the table.
>is it because my friends are not part of the list? is it because i
>haven't subscribed long enough?  is it because of age? (we are all in
>that "thirtysomething" place)  is it because of something else?  anyone
>have any thoughts on this?
>
>okay, now i'll be a good girl.

ok, i'm not feeling too well today, but i felt compelled to say something
short about the above statements....this isn't going to be as profound as
usual....

look, say what you feel, as long as you don't do it in a nasty way...no
"stepford wives" allowed....so don't feel as if you can't say something
just because you think it may offend somebody...just make sure you're not
nasty about it.

i admit that i didn't read the davenport posts as closely as i should
have...i have this job thingy i have to do, you know....and i can't speak
for any other pre-show or ig lister gathering except the one i went to (the
igboston baddass party), but if you were made to feel outta place and
shunned, that sucks.  and that's all i have to say about that.

and there's nothing wrong with being thirtysomething...i keep telling katie
grant that all the time 'cuz i speak from experience.  :o)

blech.  :o(  i'm going home now....sorry i wasn't as articulate as
usual.....maybe i should've waited until tomorrow 'til i said something,
but i didn't want to.  maybe someone else can say what i've tried to say a
little better?  suzie, are you out there.....?

trudging through the snow.....later people....

joni  :o)

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> "damn, they look old!  oh my gosh, emily looks like such a bar dyke!"


ok....now..you have gone waaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyyy too far here
dearie..
didn't yer mama ever tell you..if you don't have a nice thing to
say..keep your mouth shut..
no wonder the girls hate this list..and there was a thought of asking
them to do a special show???just for us????
ok..i know i'm being way out of line and should post my reply privately
and i deserve to be flamed so i will..pooh shut up... but please
remember they have friends who read this list and let them know the
stuff we say...
pooh( who also looks like an old bar dyke but that the way it is)

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this is my first post, but i couldn't resist.  i started back to college
today (after 15 years away!), and the first thing the prof lectured on was a
way of studying called "concept mapping".  and of course all i could think
of  was "get out the map"!   so now i will always think of the girls when i
go to biology!

my favorites are "kid fears", and "strange fire"!

anxiously awaiting an appearance by the girls in minnesota!!!!
lynette.
...but nobody gets a lifetime rehersal     (e. sailers, "love's recovery")

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pooh wrote:
>
> > "damn, they look old!  oh my gosh, emily looks like such a bar dyke!"
>
> pooh( who also looks like an old bar dyke but that the way it is)


i think "bar dykes" are hot - not that i have any chance with them...


scott
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were not here, and hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks that
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the horizontal rain in philadelphia has turned into horizontal
snow...haven't listened to a weather forecast but from what i've heard
from list pals it visited texas yesterday (as rain) and is now
entertaining much of the northeast.....be careful driving, folks.  i
heard relativity's on tonight at eight (new episode) and quality t.v. and
hot chocolate sounds like a good way to spend this evening.  until then,
though....

weather like this calls for some good reading material.  i'm happy to
oblige.  this spring i applied for a bi-weekly column at my school's
newspaper.  i was rejected but most everyone who's read my sample columns
liked 'em, so i've just put them up on my web site in the "essays and
photos" section.  if the power doesn't blow, and you're in the mood for a
laugh, read "observing" and "the cool test" to learn about my favorite
holiday and the time i nearly got expelled from school in seventh grade.

if you need more of an intellectual/political piece, there's a link in the
reference section of my page to an article "beatitudes on tv,"  written
for penn's b-glad supplement by one henry beatitudes about relativity,
ellen, and the whole out-on-tv thing.

be safe,
audrey
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on monday, march 31, 1997, sundara wrote (in response to a plea for help
with my email):

<<hey!!
>i just thought i'd let you know that i did get the message >you sent me
from this email account.  i hope you are >figuring it out.  what a pain.
i completely understand >list-withdrawal.....anyway,  i'm more than happy
to keep >trying or whatever with your accounts you need help with, >i'll
respond to any emails you need to try to figure it out.
>good luck!!
>love,
>sundara>>

is this woman wonderful, or what?  but i bet everyone already knows
that!!!!!

(just wanted to share this will everyone!)

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ok this is just a wild-ass guess, but.........regarding the line."...she
don't believe in the miracle mile", i don't believe amy is referring to a
shopping district or a mall (although billy joel probably was - based on
context)  i would guess that its a phrase that is taken from racing
(perhaps horse racing or marathons) where the winner made huge progress in
the final distance to win the race.  this makes more sense given the
context.  the individual amy is singing about doesn't think amy has a shot
at redemption because amy can't make that much progress in a short time (or
at least not soon enough for the individual), or she just doesn't believe
people can change that much, period.

betsy

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breath.   i'm not looking for an answer, or asking anyone to
second guess.  no.....                  - a. ray/m. mallone
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> > "damn, they look old!  oh my gosh, emily looks like such a bar dyke!"
>
> ok....now..you have gone waaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyyy too far here
> dearie..
> didn't yer mama ever tell you..if you don't have a nice thing to
> say..keep your mouth shut..


but then again, looks like you're assuming she means there's something
wrong with looking old or looking like a bar dyke.  maybe she means that
that's just 'the way it is', no value judegment intended.  i have no idea
how she meant it, but how about if 'looking old' were a compliment?  or at
least neither a compliment nor an insult, just a distinction like 'looking
pink' vs. 'looking blue' (huh?)

and i've seen a few cute bar dykes in my time!

just my 2 kroner,

kathy

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hiya!  here is my first attempt as the new birthday goddess!
(gee...so much pressure here...hope i don't screw up!)

:)

april 1
ssheperson@uoknor.edu (stacy sheperson)
happy 30th, stacy!

april 4
grebe+@cmu.edu
"i wish i was a nomad, an indian, or saint..."

april 4
b3102097@cc.ntu.edu.tw (glee - a.k.a. gavin)
happy 21st, gavin!

april 6
heidid4660@aol.com
"a key to a room of your own and a mind without end..."

april 6
103660.214@compuserve.com (tamara l. mizell)
happy 20th, tamara!

april 7
mmessner@step.mother.com (michael messner)


**note**

if there is anyone who wishes to add their birthday to the list,
change their quote, or make other such corrections, please let me
know.

anna (bg the second)
(charter member sbmfc and court minstrel for ysfc)

"the only reason some people get lost in thought is
because it's unfamiliar territory."  -paul fix


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

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could somebody please tell me how to subscribe to the melissa etheridge
mailing list?

thanx,
jenn

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on mon, 31 mar 1997, joan m. cyr wrote:

> ..this isn't going to be as profound as usual... don't feel as if you
> can't say something just because you think it may offend somebody...just
> make sure you're not nasty about it.  but if you were made to feel outta
> place and shunned, that sucks.

ok, i'm gonna second grandma joni's wisdom on this one.... on the whole,
having been on the list for almost 3 years now, all the ig listers i've
had the pleasure of meeting and chatting w/ have been pretty darn nice...
sure some are a little eccentric, even bizarre, heck, some even admit to
having cheese fetishes, but give 'em another chance.... you will find some
really nice people on this list.  and this comes from a major lurker
and introvert (actually i;m just too lazy to post most of the time...)

> and there's nothing wrong with being thirtysomething...i keep telling katie
> grant that all the time 'cuz i speak from experience.  :o)

wouldn't know 'bout this one, but joni is certainly experienced... trust
her.... she was a girl scout ;-)

not gonna touch the "bar dyke" comment.... that's bound to get plenty o'
milage on it's own...

this could be my last post since i think i'm prolly gonna get pneumonia
from teaching a bunch of 16 yr olds to play lacrosse in the rain
n snow.... brrrr.....
                                    o
k8                              #==[o)
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you saw the plan.  i wandered out in the world for years, while you just
stayed in your room.  i saw the crescent. you saw the whole of the moon."
                                      (some nice irish boys)

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see..i knew i should have kept my mouth shut..even said it..but i posted
anyway..live and learn.
its just when anyone says anything which i in my own little mind take as
any kind of even remotely negative personal comment about the womd(you
figure it out)..the butch in me speaks first..thinks later..
besides..i'm in a snit..i haven't seen any shows and you all are
"bragging"( yes yes,,i would too) about going so i'm jealous...and
acting it..
btw...to those of you  who think old bar dykes are hot ( what the
hell..you too scott!!) e-mail me..we'll work something out.
pooh( who really promises to keep her mouth shut)

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hey y'all.  i happen to do a little bit of stage jumping over my spring
break...well, actually, it was all legal.  i was the oboe player on stage
in davenport.  yes, it was an incredible rush.  it actually did not even
hit me until emily put her ear right next to my bell to listen to my solo.
then i must say the adreneline was rushing through my body faster than it
ever has before.  sorry for rambling...this is mostly a plea for anyone
who got pictures or any type of footage (audio/video) from the concert, or
for anyone who knows someone or....etc.  you get the idea.  i had
written in awhile ago, telling about my goal to some day play with them,
but it was not received well.  well, i finally did it, though.  thank you
to all who encouraged me instead of saying it was a mere dream, or simply
impossible.  hangin' with ig was most possibly the best experience of my
life, even though amy was in a bit of a bad mood...i'll forgive her this
once...=)   emily was all complimentary, though.  i am getting all excited
just talking about it again.  anyways, i have most of closer to fine on
video tape, but my friend was shaking, so it;'s a little rough....you can
still see everything pretty clear, though.  also, he taped strange
fire...that came out well, and some other ones came out pretty good on
tape (power of two...etc.)  so, if anyone has any info. on someone who
taped
it, or ot some good shots....please let me know asap.  thanks so
much....sorry this was so lengthy....

closer *i* am to fine!!!!
-amy vogt

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      "..i wanna find me a bar, with a blue light on. dollar
      shot specials, a bartender named dawn.  painting the
      town, selling the farm...you pierce your nose and i'll
      tatoo my arm..."

                                       "heaven"
                                       -melissa etheridge
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hell, even i look like an old bar dyke at the tender age of twenty. but
what's a boy to do:)
ben

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i've got a horrible terrible horrible terrible problem and i didn't know
where else to turn except to you wonderful people..someone please help
me... my problem... no matter how loud i listen to shame on you..it just
isn't loud enough! what am i to do??

can you put rocket fuel in stereos?
joe
=)

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greetings indigo girls and boys, i am looking for anyone with a copy of
jesus christ superstar on video for trades. let me know if anyone has this
and i will send my big ole list of goodies your way, peace. karen
melissa@forbin.com

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date:         mon, 31 mar 1997 16:41:09 -0800
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on fri, 28 mar 1997, marianne barlow wrote:

> hey did you guys notice that if you stay on the phone after the wacko
> woman stops talking someone says "goodbye".  is that just another nobody
> or is it a somebody?


        care writes:
it kinda sounds like emily??????
>
> :) marianne
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>  ~o~
> -=|=-   countdown 7 days to *eugene*
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in a message dated 97-03-31 19:28:14 est, hamilton@bayflash.stpt.usf.edu (joe
hamilton) writes:

> i've got a horrible terrible horrible terrible problem and i didn't know
>  where else to turn except to you wonderful people..someone please help
>  me... my problem... no matter how loud i listen to shame on you..it just
>  isn't loud enough! what am i to do??

ok, ms. audiology grad student speaketh:

you can either :
1) get your hearing tested.
2) avoid going through the bother of suggestion #1 by taking a silver fine
point marker and writing a number 11 on the volume dial of your stereo, where
the 10 should be (anyone ever see this is spinal tap?).

-sheri :)
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hi all!

guess what?!!  i won tix to preview sts tomorrow
in san francisco!  and  amy and emily are going to
be there to perform about 30 minutes of it!  i'm
considering trying to borrow/buy a tape recorder
to make a boot to share. any
suggestions/bootmaking advice would be much
appreciated-- i've never made a boot tape before.
also, any suggestions on what type of tape
recorder is best for the job would be much
appreciated!  thanks!  :)

did anyone else win kfog tix?  john?


-tina wong
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hello all,
if anyone has any info on the indigo girls coming to arkansas or
the surrounding states please let me know.

info on guitar tabs for all along the watchtower would be great too!

thanks,
cindy

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indigo pets eh?..i got a strange one. last year someone asked me if i had
room in my menagerie for a rescued west highland cow, named sylvie, so i
said yeah and she moved in.a couple of months later much to my suprise i
saw what i first thought was a sheep out in the field. nope ..a calf, a
heifer. i was going to call her galileo, but decided on ig gal(or  iggy).
she's cream colored, wild and looks like a dirty mop that needs a good
shaking. her horns are growing too.

oh yeah..i was catching up on  my mail today and was reading the lyrics
for soy (thanks tenacious one) when what do i hear on the radio but soy.
first time(blushes). thanks wxpn. like it, want to hear more. and
speaking of philly (sort of), want to thank  audrey and tina and eric for
the fine company at the tin angel where mm did an awesome show. it amazes
me that someone so slight can fill up a stage, but she does. on her tour
sched it mentioned the paris marathon, and when i asked her if she was
going to run in it she said yes. so i guess that is were her endurance
comes from.

back to work...
mooo...
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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this is an ignorant question, so please have patience.

i've never actually wanted to buy a cd on the day it's released so i was
wondering:  when sots is released on april 29th, will it be available
everywhere  (i.e. wal-mart) or just at music stores?  if it's just at music
stores, can someone in indy let me know where you're going to get it?  or
can someone give me the name of a national music store chain that i can go
to?  sorry again for my ignorance, but how can i learn if i don't ask
questions? :)

thanks for all private replies!

joanne


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since i was part of all this from the beginning, i have to jump in on
this one. first, i want to say to angela that i _really_ am sorry you
didn't have a better time. it's a shame you came out of the experience
with bad feelings. but i really have to back deb up on this one. maybe
we're just justifying our own actions because we were the ones standing,
but i don't feel guilty about it. believe me, i've been to my share of ig
concerts where i couldn't see a damn thing, and i'm sure i'll have that
experience again. many's the time that i've found myself standing behind
someone taller, or standing waaaaaaay in the back and envying the people
who got to mill around up by the stage. the point is this: we were given
permission to be where we were. now, if it had been you, and you had been
_given_permission_ by security to stand up front 10 feet from amy and
emily, can you _honestly_ say that you'd turn down that opportunity to go
sit in the corner where you couldn't see?

> to answer the question "why didn't i just join the party?"
>
> it was a reserved seating show--so i sat in my seat.  i did stand up (in

ok, i really don't want this to sound mean or offensive in any way. i
realize that you sat because you thought that you were supposed to sit.
but seriously, the way is see the situation is this: you were in a
theater where _everyone_ else (just about) was standing in the aisle or
their seats so they could see better. you _could_ have stood up and
joined the crowd, and you would have seen better if you had. hell, you
could have come up front and stood in front of me. i _swear_ people would
have let you through (a number of people did that with no problems). but
instead you chose to sit. so...it seems to me it was sort of your
descision. i know that sounds snotty, but the whole sitting vs. standing
at a concert debate seems silly to me.  if everyone else is standing, and
you wanna see, then stand! (remember this is coming from someone who has
spent many concerts standing on tiptoe to peer over someone else's
shoulder to catch a glimpse.) my philosophy is this: i never begrudge
someone else having a better view or a better concert experience than me.
deb got amy's pick...yay deb! before this summer i had _never_ been
closer than about row 10, and before that never closer than about row 30.
but i always thought: yay for the people up front. ok, i'm beating a dead
horse here. sorry, and once again, i  _really_ do feel bad that you
didn't enjoy yourself.


> for some reason none of us felt as though we were welcomed at the table.
> is it because my friends are not part of the list? is it because i
> haven't subscribed long enough?  is it because of age? (we are all in
> that "thirtysomething" place)  is it because of something else?  anyone
> have any thoughts on this?
>
you know, i was sort of afraid of this when we were there at the coffee
shop. no, you were not being shunned, yes, you were perfectly welcome,
no, there was absolutely no feeling on my part that i didn't want to talk
to you or anything like that. actually, i very much wanted to talk to all
of you, and i was sorry that we didn't get the opportunity. here's what i
think happened: deb, greg and i already knew each other, so we were
talking up a storm. everyone else had trouble hearing due to long table
and loud atmosphere. i know it can be intimidating to meet strangers and
join in the convo. i guess i really should have made more of an effort to
direct our conversation outward to your group. but basically we formed
our little group, and you formed yours, and no one really had the guts to
try to bridge the gap. list meets can be great. i've been to some that
were fabulous, but other times it just doesn't work out. it's not a
personal slight by any means. it's just that sometimes people try to
spread party conversations too thin, and that connection is never made. i
think that's what happened. i hope this doesn't deter you or anyone else
from trying again next concert. i hope i'm explaining myself properly.

this is already way too long,
folkisgruven,
amy...um, 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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> break two guitar strings!! lorinda and i talked and we are convinced she
> had the hots for me. how else can one explain the fact that amongst all the
> babes there, she reached to me. you just can't! ;););) (yes i have a gf,

no deb, i've figured it out. she thought you were emily, and you needed a
pick. sorry to disappoint you. ;) ;) ;)

nudge nudge,
amy...um, lorinda


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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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hey folks:

        it has just been confirmed that my house is a neilson rating 'place'
for the end of april/beginning of may.  besides the much hyped 'ellen',
'party of five', hgtv, and my usual surgery shows during the dinner hour on
the learning channel, are there any suggestions out there?..especially ig
stuff on talk shows and such?

if you see that ig are gonna be on tv, mail me...i'll watch and put it in my
diary,
cathy

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hey all,

i posted last week about tix for la salle...   i talked to my friend there
again and it seems the story has changed.  here's the new one:  tix for
_students_ are on sale this week, and for friends-of-students next week.
unfortunately, the latest word is that each student will only be able to
buy _one_ "friend" ticket.  arg, i hate the world sometimes.  maybe the
one ticket thing is only a nasty rumor though...  (keep your fingers
crossed!)

have a nice day y'all,

debbie

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hi,

anyone out there from philly:  wanna tell me where the mann music center
stadium is?  i'm new to the area, but i don't want to miss my favorite
girls there on 5/30!!!!

thanks,
debbie

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okay, i have just spent the last ten minutes running around my house
screaming my head off.  we just hit the one thousand freaking dollars
mark today!!!!!!!!!!!!  (we have $980 for the honor the earth donation
and $71 for amy's gift!).  this list is so incredibly amazing!!!  this
is by no means a final count, you can still be a part of the gift, just
send in your donation asap to:

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

the "tangible part" of amy's gift has been purchased by greta and tony
and i are still working things out with rcam.  okay, going to go scream
some more!!!

love and tons of hugs and kisses to everybody,
mandi

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at 06:02 pm 3/31/97 -0500, katherine grant wrote:

>ok, i'm gonna second grandma joni's wisdom on this one....

hey, wait a minute you young whippersnapper!  where's my glasses?  dang!  i
can't see a thing!  and where's my hearin' aid?  doggonit!

> on the whole,
>having been on the list for almost 3 years now, all the ig listers i've
>had the pleasure of meeting and chatting w/ have been pretty darn nice...
>sure some are a little eccentric, even bizarre, heck, some even admit to
>having cheese fetishes, but give 'em another chance.... you will find some
>really nice people on this list.  and this comes from a major lurker
>and introvert (actually i;m just too lazy to post most of the time...)

within my otherwise poignant post, i say "you go guitar grrrl!"  you are so
right! (check - eccentric, bizzare, and cheese fetishes...got it...writing
it all down for the next party so i know who is who...) i've only been on
the list for 6 months, but k8's observation is mine as well...

>> and there's nothing wrong with being thirtysomething...i keep telling katie
>> grant that all the time 'cuz i speak from experience.  :o)
>
>wouldn't know 'bout this one, but joni is certainly experienced... trust
>her.... she was a girl scout ;-)

i was, dammit! :o)  sold tons of cookies too!  yummmm!

it is *so* snowing here in boston that it's like a white out.  very quiet
though, almost serene, but quite windy.  but we're having a heatwave on
thursday, so let the melting begin! (this weather report was brought to you
by the number *4* and the letter *b.*   liz t -- aren't you dying to leave
the 70 degree weather in texas to come back to winter?...hehe :o)

feeling much better tonite than i was this afernoon, thanks to a *special*
pick-me-up that i found in my mailbox when i got home..... ;o)

have a good nite y'all!  ready to shovel tomorrow morning!


joni :o)

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subject:      re: old bar dykes

in a message dated 97-03-31 18:14:12 est, pooh wrote:

<< to those of you  who think old bar dykes are hot >>

okay, call me stupid....but would somebody please tell me what, exactly, is a
"bar dyke?"  i've been called a bull dyke, a diesel dyke, and one guy even
went so far as to call me a man-hating feme-nazi (to which i responded
"hmmmph."), but i have never heard the term bar dyke.  help?!?

dawn

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subject:      ig in seventeen magazine

my friend subscribes to seventeen mag. and she gave me a call with this
startling line, ig are in seventeen.  i nearly shit bricks.  that is
the last place i'd like to find an article about them, teeny bopper pop
bands yes, ig no.  i read that mag to laugh most of the time  it was
about the lyrics contest and promoing sots.  apparently, in the picture
they look sophisticated (which could also mean amy got a new lower east
side needle exchange tee and emily had on fancy overalls).
    i wore my new ig shirt to school today (with the naked doll and
deer in forest).  i have never recieved so many funny looks.  my
friends said to me "leah, if you wear that shirt again you hold
absolutely no chance of ever getting a boyfriend, you're almost
screaming i'm a lesbian."  hee hee, it's a good thing no guys interest
me right now!
leah

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wow...i got answers to my jesus christ superstar query from about 10
different people...pressed for time so i won't thank everyone individually,
but i wanted you to know i would be ordering it from daemon.  thanks ever
so much.  your generosity is exceeded only by my gratitude.  :)
angela

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subject:      this is great!!!  :)

having been on the list now for - 3 days??? - i can officially say this is
fantastic.  i really like being able to communicate with other ig fans.  had
no idea there were so freakin' many of us, though!!!!  <grins>

but can i make one small request??  to paraphrase:  "to stand, or not to
stand, is this really a question?   whether tis nobler to risk not being able
to see or to get flamed in the list for trying to get a view of the
stage...."  whatever....  anyway i would just like for the standing/sitting
debate to end!!!  because i personally think everything has been said that
can be said without getting personal.  and personally, i don't want to hear
somebody tell somebody else that their mother did such-and-such.  i also have
a selfish reason for this:  i'm on aol, which is as slow as molasses in the
winter, and it's tough to slog thru all the almost-flames to get to the good
stuff!!!!

anybody that wants to flame me in reply, please do so at ndygogrrrl@aol.com,
which is my other e-mail address that isn't on the list.  it'll be easier for
me to find you that way.

peace & harmony,

jennifer (emilyamy@aol.com)

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date:         mon, 31 mar 1997 23:05:28 est
reply-to:     oh susanna <oh.susanna@dartmouth.edu>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
subject:      awww take that!!! (nigc)

--- cutest ever k8 grant wrote:
ok, i'm gonna second grandma joni's wisdom on this one.... on the whole,
having been on the list for almost 3 years now, all the ig listers i've
had the pleasure of meeting and chatting w/ have been pretty darn nice...
sure some are a little eccentric, even bizarre, heck, some even admit to
having cheese fetishes, but give 'em another chance...
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rotflmfao!!! grandma joni. if you only knew.... and as for the cheese
comment...no comment, guttergirl:) but seriously, i can't help but think the
"unfriendly welcome" you may have thought you received at the hands of our
fellow listers was just a bit o the shy bug bitin. i have met deb, and greg my
brutha, and they are cool people and nice as the dang winter in new hampshire
is long! so im certain no offense was meant....soemtimes we're just all a
little kooky when meeting new peeples for the first time right?

just my 2 flakes of parmesan,

susita

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date:         mon, 31 mar 1997 23:36:24 est
reply-to:     oh susanna <oh.susanna@dartmouth.edu>
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from:         "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
subject:      slim's show in sf-anyone?

keeeee-rist! i saw jonatha brooke at slim's a few weeks ago and that palce is
so small i could fit it in my back pocket with a pack of gum. ugh. if anyone
managed to get tickets, please boot this show! i'm sure lots of us on this list
would give our left...ummm....elbow for it!

xo, sus

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