lifeblood: listlogs: 1997-04d


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date:         tue, 22 apr 1997 00:07:12 -0400
reply-to:     emilyamy@aol.com
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from:         "j \"tigger\" kickliter" <emilyamy@aol.com>
subject:      island issues  :)  (kinda long but its fun)

my suggestion for the island name is aereas island.  (there's a wicked funny
story behind that but i dont know how well y'all would get it - i think it
loses some in the translation)  at any rate for those who dont get what i'm
driving at, look at it this way:  a.e. r.  e.a.s.   look familiar?  anyone
who doesnt get it email me privately  :)

next order of business:  a solar-powered generator.  i'm bringing it.
anybody with extension cords, better bring 'em.  fix-it tools would be good,
too, in case the darn thing breaks down.

next, i just realized that somebody better bring hangover remedies.  anything
at all, as long as it works!

next, we'd better be prepared to build a stage, preferably up on that cliff
that overlooks the ocean, see up there?  <tigger points>  and bleachers?  so
that em and amy can come and play at *least* once a month  :)

next is whoever has a washer-dryer better bring 'em cause i for one am not
washing my clothes in the river.

for those of you who are wondering if we're all going to the same island,
*yes we are.*  i'm setting up the travel package now (one way airline tickets
but we do serve a meal and plenty of those little packages of peanuts!)

and i was also wondering if there's gonna be free lending out of cd's?  cause
i figure with the diversity we have, if everyone shares, we'll have enough to
*be* our own little blockbuster music  :)  i for one am perfectly willing to
lend out any of my cds  :)  and since no limit was specified for cassette
tapes or videotapes, i'll have a couple hundred cassettes *and* i'll be
bringing watershed and latul!!!

speaking of videotapes, does anyone have a big-screen tv?  we have to be able
to watch videotapes, ab-flexer infomercials, patriots games and any ig live
appearances on tv!!!!

if anyone can think of anything i forgot?  oh, yeah - tanning oil!!!!!!!!!!!!

peace, harmony & indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (emilyamy@aol.com)
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date:         tue, 22 apr 1997 00:33:59 -0400
reply-to:     gretchen hoff <hoff@husc.harvard.edu>
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from:         gretchen hoff <hoff@husc.harvard.edu>
subject:      calendar deal
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hey everybody!
        i just need to let you know that i've made deals with four
people...no more calendars left!  i got over 80 offers for trades, so i
just took the first four that had what i wanted.   i'm really sorry for
those of you who didn't get one and i really am awed by the passion of
this response!  if something doesn't work out i'll let you all know, but
for now i think the calendar deal has closed.
indiglowing,
gretchen
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and a heaven in a wild flower,                        hoff@fas.harvard.edu
hold infinity in the palm of your hand                harvard college
and eternity in an hour."

william blake

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date:         tue, 22 apr 1997 00:08:16 -0500
reply-to:     jason fitzmaurice <vincent@dfwmm.net>
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from:         jason fitzmaurice <vincent@dfwmm.net>
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at 05:56 pm 4/21/97 -0700, you wrote:
>if we all move onto the same island, you're right- what would we name it?
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>land of canaan?
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>:) andy
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but if we all go to the same island well have so many duplicates of cd's we
ought to work that out.

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date:         tue, 22 apr 1997 00:20:28 -0500
reply-to:     jason fitzmaurice <vincent@dfwmm.net>
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from:         jason fitzmaurice <vincent@dfwmm.net>
subject:      5 cd's
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ok my five cd's

1. 1200 curefews <the indigo girls>
2. things that show <kriss mckay> local
3. la belle et la bette <phillip glass>
4. evita u.s. recording <andrew lloyd webber / tim rice>
5. hamlet <patrick doyle>

runners up: stories i've heard before, frankly scarlet; edward scissorhands,
danny elfman; anything else ig; jesus christ superstar a ressurection;
babylon 5 volume 2, christopher franke.
god that leaves so many others . my curent collection is about 250 cd's 100
tapes 150 records.

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date:         mon, 21 apr 1997 22:37:27 -0700
reply-to:     nobody <mchaffee@oxy.edu>
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from:         nobody <mchaffee@oxy.edu>
subject:      san fran tour question (fwd)
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i tried this before, but i didn't see it on the digest. (and i know, that
having decided to repost it, it will show up directly before this post.
<sigh>)

so again:
does anyone know what's up with the san francisco date and location?
there is a possibility i'll be driving up to see it, and i was wondering
if there were any details floating around about location, date, ect.

thanks alot.

just a smile from nobody.
marta

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date:         tue, 22 apr 1997 15:26:10 +1000
reply-to:     michelle paddy <m.paddy@qut.edu.au>
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from:         michelle paddy <m.paddy@qut.edu.au>
subject:      top five cds
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hi all,

ok, gotta delurk for a while to post to this one, as i see noone has
mentioned melissa ferrick yet...
these are in no order, btw...

1. melissa ferrick + 1 (the new melissa ferrick cd... it's excellent!!)
2. melissa ferrick - willing to wait
3. seed in the sahara (disappear fear)
4. disappear fear - live at the bottom line
5. indigo girls - all the cds... can't make a choice! ;)

take care everyone,
shelley

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date:         tue, 22 apr 1997 01:35:47 -0400
reply-to:     frances p egan <frandigo@juno.com>
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from:         frances p egan <frandigo@juno.com>
subject:      re: newport (was re: shame on you)

mary cunningham <m.cunning@worldnet.att.net> writes:

>does any one know if the igs will be at the newport folk festival this
>year????

the word is that they will not be there because they will be touring with
lilith fair during august.  it was previously announced that they would
not be headlining, but since this year's nff will feature a tribute to
joan
baez, russell carter had said in march that they might fly up and do a
few songs with jb.  apparently the lilith fair schedule interferes with
that.

btw, if you have never heard ig and jb as a trio, get jb's live album
_ring them bells_.  it's worth it just to get their rendition of "don't
think
twice it's allright" (though it's one of many great songs on the album).
i
get chills just thinking about it. :)

peace,
fran e.

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date:         tue, 22 apr 1997 00:40:46 -0500
reply-to:     tracy fears <salray@webtv.net>
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well, umm if anyone has a problem with panasonic, we could always hook
up with the professor and shimmy something up out of coconuts and some
palm leaves....
and if anyone starts a flame war...hello! we're surrounded by
water...push the suckers in! :)
just my 2 pressed pennies...

"you are in the truth you seek."-me'shell n.

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date:         mon, 21 apr 1997 23:22:15 -0700
reply-to:     "emily d. mark" <emark@scf-fs.usc.edu>
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from:         "emily d. mark" <emark@scf-fs.usc.edu>
subject:      (nigc) free disappear fear cd
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i have finally gotten around to offering this... i bought a used df cd on
a whim.. and i'm sorry folks, but (cringe) i hate it. i can't take the
girl's voice, and the songs are a little too literal for me (sigh.) where
have all the metaphors gone? long time passing...
anyway, the purpose of this post is to offer my self-titled disappear fear
cd to anyone who might want it. i hate having cds that might have a more
loving home somewhere else.. it may take me a while to get it to you (no
more than a few weeks) becuase i'm in the process of moving, but i will
mail the cd to the first person who responds. hope i didn't tread on too
many df fans' toes.. :)
have a nice day :)

emily

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date:         tue, 22 apr 1997 05:32:21 -0400
reply-to:     hunterj1@aol.com
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from:         hunterj1@aol.com
subject:      nigc: ellen; help me!

hi all!  i posted the following bit of news about ellen on sunday but think
it hit the list when it was down...then again it may have been just me...i
was in a dither :)

ellen and barbara wa-wa have their heart to heart on friday's 20/20 show at
10 pm est....since i will be taping *the show* on the 30th, i thought this
would make a nice intro :)

more about what i was in a dither about, later.

jude :)

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date:         tue, 22 apr 1997 05:32:25 -0400
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from:         hunterj1@aol.com
subject:      re: au boot (and it's a gooood one :)

in a message dated 97-04-21 18:30:42 edt, you write:

> when i noticed she was
>  going to boot the show, i offered kirsten chevalier's firstborn for a
>  copy of it, since i'm not planning to have children myself.

it's ok :)  i'll pass on the children...;) would you believe a blank 100 min
tape or suitable trade?

thanks to mike r's tape recorder which i bought from him last year, my little
sony has recorded many fine boots (i have shipped it all over the u.s. to
various tapers and i always get it back with a wonderful boot).  i finally
had a chance to make my first boot (standing up holding on to the recorder
with one hand and aiming the mike with the other).  it really is a great
tape....:) :)  i was six bodies back from the stage behind a rather large
person who i am happy to report did not know the lyrics that well.  but
during the old songs, you can actually hear a&e accompanying the singers!

so e me if you want a copy but be gentle :)  i'm on several other trees at
the moment and my dubbing machine is smokin' :)

jude :)

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date:         tue, 22 apr 1997 12:51:48 +0100
reply-to:     bonj1_95@worc.ac.uk
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from:         john bond <bonj1_95@worc.ac.uk>
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subject:      re : the island

and finally, ladies and gentlemen.....

one of the main features on this island would, of course, have to
be.....

dead man's hill!!!!

(bowing as he leaves the stage.....)

john.

"look funny, dress bad, smell nasty.....
you must work for hera...."

hercules.

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date:         tue, 22 apr 1997 07:00:07 -0500
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tried posting this sunday...i guess that one did fall into a hole in
cyberspace...

a lurker sticks her head up...

while i was putting stuff away last night, including a pile of t-shirts topped
by the new ig black one, with "interesting nature scene," a thought struck me.
this current tour is _just_  amy and emily (not counting opening act).  amy and
emily alone on stage.  without back up musicians.  naked of back up musicians.
buck naked of back up musicians...buck naked....

if they use the same shirt this summer, i'll have to re-think it, but that buck
and that mannequin (even if those are underpants like they look on my shirt)
sure say "buck" "naked" (intentionally separated) to me...

wendy palmquist

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date:         tue, 22 apr 1997 07:10:44 -0500
reply-to:     leah beth kaplan <indigirl@ix.netcom.com>
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from:         leah beth kaplan <indigirl@ix.netcom.com>
subject:      okay y'all my idea for a list shirt (tee, hee, hee)

i think that this tour (tentatively titled the utter destruction of
guitar strings tour or the technical difficulties tour)  should have a
picture of amy with a guitar strung across her back and her playing a
guitar with 1 good string and five broken.  emily on the other hand
will have that funny cartoon expression on her face and electricity
shooting through her body from her mike electricuting her (and a beer
funnel at her feet).  clothing: amy, lower east side needle exchange
shirt em:  the big e shirt.  okay, i know it's kinda sick, but it's
early in the morning!
    yikes, i didn't get enough sleep last night.
            leah

    happy passover to all you jewish listees!

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date:         tue, 22 apr 1997 07:58:59 -0500
reply-to:     "s. steffen" <ssteffen@blue.weeg.uiowa.edu>
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subject:      two lil' articles...
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hi y'all.  it's morning, hurray, and i just flipped through the stuck-in-
university-papers-across-the-country "u. magazine."  on page 10 of the may
1997 issue, there are two things i thought i should share.  one is a
review of ani's new "living in clip," which everyone seems to be saying is
great.  all of this is copied w/o permission, although you may note that i
did cite my source.  ;-)
they give it five stars and this is what it says
"ani difranco, high priestess of punk-folk, continually updates old-guard
feminism with intimate vignettes disgiused as songs.  she plays 'music for
people, not posterity.'  so the only surprising thing about this live
two-cd set is that it comes so late in her career.
"two hours of recording map her musical manna from the early days on
'anticipate' to the most current entries off _dilate_.  _living in clip_
strips down the genius of difranco to its barest state, capturing versions
and monologues.  her winsome blend of urban grit doesn't suffer from
overproduction or overcontemplation, often the downfall of studio
projects.
"like all concert lps, annoying audience shrieks, flubs, and instrument
hum are included.  but all is forgiven upon hearing a magnificent
crescendo in an orchestral 'amazing grace' or the powerfully eerie echo
vibrating in 'both hands.'"

note: it's late in her career???  she's only 25, for gosh sakes!  and
winsome?  oh well....

the second thing is under "our picks:"

indigo girls, shaming of the sun
"amy ray and emily saliers deliver yet another guitar-frenzied,
country-folk product embedded in sexual ambiguity.  despite an abundance
of fast pieces, the duo doesn't forsake any of the lyrical introspection
or pristine harmonies.  one step 'closer to fine.'"

note from me, part ii: why is lesbianism called "sexual ambiguity?"  i
don't feel ambiguous.  very weird.  but hey, maybe that's not what they
meant.  oh yeah, there's a little pic of the cd cover also.

off to work.  isn't life grand?  i can't wait for april 29.  hurray!

love,
suzi

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date:         tue, 22 apr 1997 08:56:34 -0500
reply-to:     ms cathy a zavislak <zmft36a@prodigy.com>
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subject:      top 5

ok....the top cohunas (spelling??) do i have to spell correctly on
this island???

1. 1200 curfews:  ig
2. yes i am: melissa etheridge
3. some girls: rolling stones
4. immaculate collection: madonna
5. the best of: van morrison

forever indigo,
cathy

"...nobody gets a lifetime rehearsal,,,as specks of dust, we're
universal...."    e. saliers

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date:         tue, 22 apr 1997 09:36:36 edt
reply-to:     oh susanna <oh.susanna@dartmouth.edu>
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from:         "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
subject:      flying bits of joy and stuff (sigc)

okay there pardners !

first off, i want to publicly share my joy and inform ms's susan and jocie that
airfares plummeted today and i will indeed be joining thou and the inimitable
deb reiser at the chastain shows! brrrreak out the anchor steam! :)

also, i called coconuts record store today in beeyootiful west leb, new hampsha
and they said they are expecting to get "500 or so" of those calendar promo
thingies. i asked if i could have 50 and the guy had the nerve to laugh at me,
but then he said "if you're nuts enuff to be here when the store opens, i'll
give em to ya". so i'll let y'all know if i do indeed get 50 and i'll send the
extras to whoever can't get em. if i can't get em next tuesday, you'll hear
some record store manager squealing from the mountains as i ram his pocket
protector up his nose.

just kidding, i'm not into violence.

heart y'all!

oh one more thing...i *think* i'm a branch for the unh show (kirsten?) but
neither me nor greta is sufficiently coked up on caffeine this morning to
figger it out, so help from whoever is coordinating it would be helpful!

xo, susanna

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date:         tue, 22 apr 1997 10:16:27 -0400
reply-to:     joe hamilton <hamilton@bayflash.stpt.usf.edu>
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hey :)

        i was reading about the calender for boot deal, and then i started
thinking that i really don't have any boots...i mean..a handful from here
and there..but nothing substantial...and i do have calenders..so if that
tape for calender deal is kosher with everyone..i'll go ahead and offer up
my calenders. i'm mainly interested in high quality..i'm not too picky as
too what the show is..so long as it sounds good :) let me know if you are
interested.
we are fortunate ones,
joe

http://www.moonbase.com/fortunateones

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date:         tue, 22 apr 1997 09:37:34 -0500
reply-to:     jo and gary harney <jgharney@iquest.com>
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hey y'all!
i sent out the directions and info to everyone who bought tickets with the
list last night.  if you didn't get them, please email me and i'll resend
them to you.  *counting the days*
sue

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date:         tue, 22 apr 1997 09:54:23 -0600
reply-to:     deb reiser <debbie@mei.com>
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subject:      couple of new tour dates
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i didn't get these on my latest update of the tour site, but here are two
additional dates:

june 3rd madison square garden /  ny, ny
july 18th red rocks / morrison, co (that makes 3 red rocks dates 16th, 17th
and 18th)

deb

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date:         tue, 22 apr 1997 10:01:19 -0500
reply-to:     "dr. urvashi pitre" <upitre@gamma.is.tcu.edu>
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subject:      three questions from my heart sons and daughters
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question 1: i heard chiapas road at the fw concert, and amy said they
hadn't recorded it or anything, but it was a song anyway. well i think it's
a beautiful song. is it not on sots? and if not, does anyone know why not?

question 2: i have been on this list for less than a month. in that time,
we have had the spelling war, the tattoo war, the "shall we ask a about e's
present?" debate which got quite acrimonious at times, and the "is amy a
bitch or not?" war. is this usual or are people stressed out about finals
or something?

question 3: need advice on what is appropriate here. last year the girls
played a practice tour at the bronco bowl in dallas. the security guards
were really weird. two of them sat in front of my gf and me and said
(loudly) such cute things as" all these them dykes here", and "bring out
the dildos man" and "these them dykes need a good **** " and other little
charmers. well needless to say we were pissed off, but i wasn't about to
let some dickhead ruin my first ig live.
        well this year they played at will rogers in fw, and darned if those two
idiots didn't show up again! this was mostly a college crowd, so they
contented themselves by flirting obnoxiously with the little coeds up
front. these girls were having a good time and dancing, and the lecherous
looks on these guys faces as they ogled their bodies had to be seen to be
believed.
        so now the girls are coming back to dallas soon, & i think they will hire
the same security company. they cannot be aware of all of this, as i refuse
to believe either they or their manager would tolerate this. what should i
do? anything? is it appropriate for me to write to russell carter about
this?


urvashi u.pitre@tcu.edu

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on tue, 22 apr 1997, joe hamilton wrote:

> hey :)
>
>         i was reading about the calender for boot deal, and then i started
> thinking that i really don't have any boots...i mean..a handful from here
> and there..but nothing substantial...and i do have calenders..so if that
> tape for calender deal is kosher with everyone..i'll go ahead and offer up
> my calenders. i'm mainly interested in high quality..i'm not too picky as
> too what the show is..so long as it sounds good :) let me know if you are
> interested.
> we are fortunate ones,
> joe
>

hey joe, maybe you could supply us with some of your gig photos for the
calendar ...

mat

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hey...

        i know it's been posted about a gazillion trillion times before,
but when is the date that ellen's going to be on primetime live (or is
it dateline?)  i totally forgot...and if it was last night i'll be pissed...
thanks,
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at 08:19 pm 4/21/97 -0700, amy j. putnam wrote:

>actually, sulli is not the only tech.  sulli is doing emily's guitars
>and a guy (whose name i do not know) is doing amy's.  i think last
>summer's problems for sulli were much more due to the fact that ig are using
>many more instruments now than anything to do with sulli;s capabilities.

okay, i believe you.  i never saw more problems than during the newport,
norfolk (map tour) and au shows, but hopefully the support of an additional
tech will help fix that when he gets the hang of it.

you know i'm not gonna pick a fight with you, amy, you still owe me
pictures. :)

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she is going to be on primetime live with diane sawyer friday, april 25
at 10 pm est.  i'm gonna be at the auburn concert, so i'm settin' the
vcr!

kim
kpaulus@mpinc.com

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>
>hey...
>
>        i know it's been posted about a gazillion trillion times before,
>but when is the date that ellen's going to be on primetime live (or is
>it dateline?)  i totally forgot...and if it was last night i'll be pissed...
>thanks,
>lesley
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on tue, 22 apr 1997, dr. urvashi pitre wrote:

> question 1: i heard chiapas road at the fw concert, and amy said they
> hadn't recorded it or anything, but it was a song anyway. well i think it's
> a beautiful song. is it not on sots? and if not, does anyone know why not?

this song is apparently being held for the next album which is apparently
going to be a much more acoustic affair than sots, which might featured a
couple of the other songs which were cut from this one, eg. winthrop.

<snip>
>
> question 3: need advice on what is appropriate here. last year the girls
> played a practice tour at the bronco bowl in dallas. the security guards
> were really weird. two of them sat in front of my gf and me and said
> (loudly) such cute things as" all these them dykes here", and "bring out
> the dildos man" and "these them dykes need a good **** " and other little
> charmers. well needless to say we were pissed off, but i wasn't about to
> let some dickhead ruin my first ig live.
>         well this year they played at will rogers in fw, and darned if those two
> idiots didn't show up again! this was mostly a college crowd, so they
> contented themselves by flirting obnoxiously with the little coeds up
> front. these girls were having a good time and dancing, and the lecherous
> looks on these guys faces as they ogled their bodies had to be seen to be
> believed.
>         so now the girls are coming back to dallas soon, & i think they will hire
> the same security company. they cannot be aware of all of this, as i refuse
> to believe either they or their manager would tolerate this. what should i
> do? anything? is it appropriate for me to write to russell carter about
> this?

yes write to russel carter;  i would also advise that you write to all of
the venues which the ig's have booked dates at for the coming tour.   and
if they are at the next gig you go to, and it's a university gig, then
maybe you could talk to some of the students who went and get them to kick
up a fuss about it too.   if enough is done about morons like these then
venues might think twice about employing them again.   so might the
security firm.   you might also consider getting in touch with a radio
station or a local paper;  the security firm and the venue will almost
certainly take action if threatened with bad publicity.

mat

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hey all,

a friend of mine was at the au show and i finally talked to her about it
last night, so i'm reporting to you guys from her...  she was in the
front and trying to talk the security people into letting her
backstage...  aside from the fact that they just weren't supposed to do
that, they added that amy and emily were in a real "pissy" mood and
they'd been in their dressing rooms with the doors locked all day.  the
guy said they were way over-tired and just not in the mood to see
anyone....  my friend was pretty bummed at that...  she said they just
didn't "glow" at the show like they usually do.

after the show, though, they ran into julie from lift and talked to her
for a while.  nicole (my friend) mentioned that she had a friend in
philly (me) who was upset that the show was cancelled, and julie was like
"oh, don't get me started..."  and explained how _that_ was the reason
everyone was so pissed off at au...   she said they had _really_ wanted
to play and everything, but they (both bands and everyone, but
*especially* a&e) got in a big fight with the insurance people about
playing.  the insurance folks apparently said that the wind was too
strong and they were worried that the lights would blow over, and said
they wouldn't cover the show if the girls played.  i guess the girls
couldn't convince them...

i just wanted to share this with you guys...  it makes _me_ a little
happier at least knowing that it wasn't their choice and that they were
pissed off about not being able to play...  it also makes sense that if
the lights were actually _that_ unstable, there really could've been a
disaster, and i'm kinda glad they didn't risk it...

also:  the latest info at la salle is that the concert is *not* being
rescheduled, but they're giving refunds.  they said there would be a
particular date when you could come for a refund, and there would be day
and evening hours...

later y'all,
indigeek deb

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today's topic - fun with search engines

this morning i stumbled upon a thread in the newsgroup rec.music.christian
(oh yeah, ..i'm a busy gal;) that seemed to go on at length regarding
whether or not the indigo girls were lesbians (i ran a search on indigo
girls using dejanews). god help them when they discover jcs - a
ressurection.   anyway, it amused me.  at first it was kind of sad to read
what some of the people thought about ig, but after reading more, it seemed
that most people came to ig's defense.  below are a few of the posts i
liked.  go ahead and flame me for waste of bandwidth, speling, syntax
errors, inappropriate subject, or my haircut - i don't really care.
actually, i welcome personal flames since i don't believe i've ever gotten
one.

tata,
betsy


--------------------
in article <334c5200.fb1@interpath.com>, "chester m. cooper"
<ccooper@interpath.com> writes:
>> i saw the blue chicks in concert and my wife and i were the only
>> straight couple there. they are pro abortion too which makes no sense to
>> me. oh well, it's their trip to hell, i guess they want to make the most
>> of it. god is going to judge them just like sodom. i pray they change
>> before it is too late.

>why?  are they also guilty of inhospitality?

>hug a commie for christ,
>mike  <--- the last jesus freak
>voice of the religious left
>put the christ back into christianity
---------------------
>in article <pine.osf.3.95q.970319211740.1617a-100000@osf1.gmu.edu>, "me,
>sir michael" <mtolosa@osf1.gmu.edu> wrote:

>>it's odd that calvin college would book a band that openly promotes sin.

>the indigo girls promote sin?
----------------------
>ed rock  <ecrab@ias.ga.unc.edu> wrote:

>>when have you ever seen the indigo girls openly promote sin?

>i'd sooner think they promote the rights of indigenous peoples, actually.
---------------------
>boy, i sure wish calvin had the indigo girls play there when *i* was going
>there.   *sigh*
---------------------
>so what if they are lesbians,  i am sure there are several "closetted"
>homosexuals in the christian music industry, does that make their music
>any less spiritual or good?  some of these posts have been very hate
>filled and downright bigoted, how sad to think we overcame such views
>not so long ago in regards to black people.  i have never listened to
>the indigo girls, and really don't know much about them, to the question
>of their sexual orientation, i say i don't care.  i am glad to see this
>post, now i will look into the group and listen to their music.  thanks
>to the original poster for introducing me to a new group for me. :-)
>in christ
>david
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on sat, 22 mar 1997, me, sir michael wrote:
> on fri, 21 mar 1997, ed rock wrote:
>
> > when have you ever seen the indigo girls openly promote sin?
>
> a lifestyle promotes sin, whether the person promotes it him/herself or
> not.

this appears to be mighty mystical or superstitious.  are you saying that
two singers sexual preference will promote sin if they make no reference
to it?

as best i can tell, indigo girls do not flaunt their sexuality any more
than most christian artists do--less than, in fact, charlie peacock and
some true love waits artists. ;-)

> when someone sees a person's lifestyle, he will assume the person is
> "for" what they're doing.  and i see no reason to believe the indigo girls
> are not "for" how they live.

how they live and who they sleep with, while not entirely, mutually
exclusive are not anywhere near the same thing.  one's sex life is not all
there is to their lifestyle.  and while they may be inclined to support
people who share their orientation, the indigo girls are hardly out to
convert the planet to homosexuality.
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actually, while diane sawyer is doing the interview, the  it is
being aired as part of 20/20 on friday night on abc, 10 pm est.

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does any know if the ig's are playing the jazz festival this year.  i
cannot remember if i read this or not.


i also just saw this on rec.music.bruce-hornsby:


<fontfamily><param>geneva</param>       wwoz in new orleans broadcasts on the
internet via realaudio

        7days/24hours.  all good new orleans music: blues, r&b, jazz, funk,
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        http://www.wwoz.org


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        first time) during april 25-27, may 1-4.


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michael paluzzi

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okay y'all,

i could have sworn that i sent out a little note sunday night, but now i
don't remember ever seeing it in my digests.  i heard talk of the list
being down....?

(and if this is just a repeat of aforementioned babble, then smack me up
da head and move one...)

anyway, i promise, i will be getting back the tape of the psu interview
very soon and then i can figure out how i'm going to do the dubbing.  if
you sent me email asking for a copy, i got it, but i stopped replying
after the nth message, so details to come soon...also, i'll transcribe
it for the list, and when i sooner or later (prolly later) get around to
the review of the concert (a week ago today :( ) i'll send it along.
please, bear with me.  college is so annoying...

btw, i found out where am and em get a lot of their t-shirts -- those
are rage against the machine tees.  the one with the big e, and the one
with the soldiers ("we support our troops, something something", amy
wore it at the psu concert) are both rage against the machine
tee-shirts.  i remember reading an article that someone transcribed a
day or so ago that they(i.g.) really like them(rage).   if this is
nothing new, i apologize.  :)

lurve,
feather

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betsy --
some things from the ani list for you to post back  :) --
if you can make it to the last one it'll really make you think!!

from: tonic <tonic@earthling.net>

yup yup yup.  the bible seems to do just that.  in addition to the
codemnation of sex, the bible also sets these guidelines for life:

- -"he who blasphemes the name of the lord shall be put to death;  all the
congregation shall stone him;  the sojourner as well as the native, when
he blasphemes the name, shall be put to death." (lev. 24:16)

- -prohibition of eating 'unclean' animals (lev.11:7-8)

- -other early chapters of leviticus mandate certain animal sacrifices for
specific sins...including wringing turtledove's necks, cutting open
goats and bulls, etc...

- -sanctioning of human slavery -"as for your male and female slaves whome
you may have,  you may buy male and female slaves from among the nations
that are round about you.  you  may also buy from among the strangers
who sojourn with you and their families that are with you, who have been
born in your land; and they may be your property.  you may bequeath them
to your sons after you, to inherit as possession for ever." (lev. 3:17)

- -"you shall not round off the hair on your temples or mar the edges of
you beard."(lev. 19:27)

- -dont eat crabs! clams!  oysters!! -"...but anything in the seas or the
rivers that has not fins and scales, of the swarming creatures in the
waters and of the living creatures that are in the waters, is an
abomination to you.  they shall remain an abomination to you;  of their
flash you shall not eat, and ther carcasses you shall havin in
abomination.  everything in the waters that has not fins and scales is
an abomination to you."(lev. 11:9-12)

- -death penalty for adultery (lev. 20:10)

- -disabled people dont deserve to worship god--"for no one who has a
blemish shall drew near, a man blind or lame, or who has a mutilated
face or a limb too long, or a man who has an injured foot or an injured
hand, or a hungbac, or a dwarf, or a man with a defect in his sights or
an itching disease or scabs or crushed tisticles; no man of the
descendants of aaron the priest who has a blemish shall come near to
offer the lord's offerings by fire; since he has a blemish, he shall not
come near to offer the bread of his god...he shall not come near the
veil or approach the altar, because he has a blemish, that he may not
profane my sanctuaries..."(lev 21:18-23)

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any help would be appreciated...

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  go ahead and flame me for waste of bandwidth, speling, syntax errors,
inappropriate subject, or my haircut - i don't really care. actually, i
welcome personal flames since i don't believe i've ever gotten one.

tata,
betsy


betsy, thanks for the post. glad to read that there are left leaning
christians still fighting.
no go get a haircut-its attrocious.

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at 07:58 am 4/22/97 -0500, s. steffen wrote:
>note: it's late in her career???  she's only 25, for gosh sakes!  and
>winsome?  oh well....

well, lic is, what, her 9th cd?  doesn't mean her career is ending any time
soon, just that she's well into it...

>"amy ray and emily saliers deliver yet another guitar-frenzied,
>country-folk product embedded in sexual ambiguity."

>note from me, part ii: why is lesbianism called "sexual ambiguity?"

lesbianism, hell... there's not much in the way of lesbianism on the cd!
just the fact that they *are* lesbians caused this bozo to read somehow
read "sexual ambiguity" into the songs.  sheesh.  this kind of crap is one
reason why so many queers in entertainment don't want to come out.

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just wanted to wish everyone on the list a happy passover/earth day/spring
break/day after patriots day!

it's sooooooooo quiet today in new york...kinda spooky...but the girls are
coming to madison square garden!  finally a venue with seats!  not that i
plan to sit while they're actually onstage, mind you, but it'll be so nice
not to have to stand for hours beforehand just to avoid being so far away
that you need binoculars to see that it's really emily & amy up there...

feeling really old & decrepit for being happy about seats,
maureen

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> date:    tue, 22 apr 1997 12:35:42 -0400
> from:    trisha bergmann <bergmann@coral.rutgers.edu>
> subject: nigc  re: dejanews (also long)
>
> yup yup yup.  the bible seems to do just that.  in addition to the
> codemnation of sex, the bible also sets these guidelines for life:

[list of eye-openers followed]

there's also one that prohibits wearing clothes made of mixed fibers.
i don't remember the chapter and verse, but a woman on the newsgroups
soc.bi and soc.motss had it in her sig file.

i always knew there was something fishy about cotton-polyester :-)

tom
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        \\  /  sits down on a hot stove-lid.  she will never sit down on a hot
          \/   stove-lid again---and that is well;  but also she will never sit
               down on a cold one anymore.    -- mark twain

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in a message dated 97-04-22 00:24:31 edt, you write:

<< i'm probably the only one who hasn't heard the studio version yet
and i'm dying!!!  >>

i havent heard it yet either!!!

mindala

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if you call 215-951-1910, it says, "the indigo girls concert was cancelled
due to inclement weather.  ticket refunds will be issued at the student
life office union room 205 on the following dates only: monday, april 28,
tuesday, april 29, wednesday, april 30, from 9 am to 12 pm and 1 pm to 7
pm.  no refunds will be issued after 7 pm on wednesday april 30.  you must
present a valid ticket to receive a refund."

this is too sad...i really hoped that they would reschedule it.

andi

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matthew j jemmott wrote:
>
> i believe, off the top of my head that it is the mayflower, but i really
> don't remember. i am sure that someone will correct me if i am wrong
> though.

the mayflower was 1620 (believe me, my gramma signed us all up at birth
for lifetime membership in the mayflower society, yup, i'm descended from
the original wasps)

i think that 1694 just rhymed.  columbus was 1494 & nobody was really
emigrating then; in 1594 i think mostly spaniards & portuguese were
emigrating so it didn't fit into theme of the song; by 1694 there were
lots of northern europeans emigrating so that makes more sense as far as
whom that line of the song is addressed too.  1794 probably had lots
of emigrants too, but the word has too many syllables ;-)

kathy

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okay, so here's my five desert-island albums (at least for this morning):

ig - 1200 curfews
allman brothers - eat a peach
box set - box set
csn - daylight again
greg brown - the live one

almosts include suzanne vega's first, thunder seven by triumph, kbc band,
springsteen's nebraska, jimmy buffet's songs you know by heart, and about
half of my collection :-)

and five books:

tao te ching - lao tzu
always coming home - ursula k. leguin
winnie the pooh - a.a. milne
light on yoga - b.k.s. iyengar
the hobbit - j.r.r. tolkien

almosts include the tao of physics by fritjof capra, the alchemist by paolo
coelho, and high tide in tuscon by barbara kingsolver.

and speaking of desert islands, about six years ago, an ex-gf of mine and a
bunch of her friends decided to makd desert island tapes, which were mixed
tapes fo up to 100 minutes with the only stipulation being: no single artist
can be associated with more than one song, either as perfomer or songwriter.
covers don't count - i.e. if you have carole king doing you've got a friend,
you don't have to exclude james taylor doing one of his own songs just because
he covered ygaf.

anyone interested in giving this one a crack?  i never finished making mine,
but i could put it together and post the set list.  note that you pretty
much have to actually make it, since you have to know if it fits on a
100 minute tape.  if a bunch of us do this, we could even circulate them
a la the loop tapes.  hmmm, then again the loop tapes aren't exactly
speeding through the mail yet, are they? :-(

also speaking of desert islands, remember today is earth day, so be good to
the earth - it's the only island we've got!

tom
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gloradio corporation
311 bellevue ave. e., suite a
seattle, wa  98102
(206) 322-9000
http://www.gloradio.com


media information          for immediate release


contact:
john mcmullen, gloradio
(206) 322-9000   john@gloradio.com

derek hartley, planetout
(310) 274-8059  derek@planetout.com

birmingham 'ellen' party broadcast live on the net
gloradio and planetout team up for audio & chat

        april 22, 1997, seattle, wa--gloradio (http://www.gloradio.com) and
planetout (http://www.planetout.com   aol keyword: pno) announced today
that they will co-produce special live audio and chat coverage of the "come
out with ellen" party in birmingham, alabama, on wednesday, april 30,
beginning at 8:30 p.m. et/5:30 p.m. pt.

        "when the abc affiliate in birmingham, alabama, said 'we're not
going to air this episode of ellen because it's not appropriate for family
hour viewing,' we knew there was going to be an outcry," says john
mcmullen, gloradio president and executive producer. "the folks at
birmingham pride alabama decided that censorship would not prevail and they
leased a 5,000 seat auditorium and decided to bring in a satellite feed of
the show. it's news and we're going to be there celebrating their
accomplishment in bringing people from all over the south and throughout
the country together ."

        gloradio is an online "radio network" producing daily and weekly
news, talk and entertainment programs specifically for the glbt community.
the shows are heard via the world wide web using the free realaudio®
(http://www.real.com) streaming media player. the 'ellen' party will be
gloradio's first live broadcast of the pride season, and will be presented
as a special edition of the daily talk-variety show, hangin'out. planetout
is the worldwide online community for gay men, lesbians, bi and trans
people, accessible through america online, the microsoft network and the
world wide web.

        anyone with an internet connection, a multi-media capable computer
(minimum windows 486dx66 or apple macintosh quadra with fpu, sound card and
speakers), and a 14.4kbps or faster modem can tune into the audio
broadcast. the realaudio player is available at no cost from the
progressive networks web site and takes a matter of minutes to download and
install. america online  members can also participate in the event through
a special live chat that will be hosted on planetout-aol by derek hartley,
who with mcmullen will be co-hosting the audio broadcast.

        mcmullen said that the party cybercast will begin a half-hour
before the eastern time zone telecast of ellen gets underway, and will
continue until right before the show airs in the pacific time zone. there
will be special guest interviews, conversation with the party attendees,
and he says that hartley is promising a few surprises that the audience
will need to listen in to find out about. nicholas snow, host of the
tinseltown queer, a weekly report on glbt activism in hollywood, will also
co-host a portion of the gloradio coverage.

        the broadcast will also be archived and available for listening
on-demand from the gloradio audiovault later in the week for those who may
not be able to listen in live. details will be available on the gloradio
web site.

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ellen:
primetime with dianne sawyer tomorrow (wednesday april 23) 10:00
eastern time

chat with barbara walters friday april 25 at either 9 or 10!


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you will dissolve all the stones that are cast." -- amy ray

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>so now the girls are coming back to dallas soon, & i think they will hire
>the same security company. they cannot be aware of all of this, as i refuse
>to believe either they or their manager would tolerate this. what should i
>do? anything? is it appropriate for me to write to russell carter about
>this?

absolutely! remember every aspect of a show given by a performer
reflects to some degree on the performers themselves. i must believe
that the sort of behaviour these security guards displayed is not how
indigo girls would wish to be represented. nor is it they type of
experience anyone should have to endure at a public event.

you might also write to the security company and the venues to complain.
also if you know who presented the concert (pace concerts or whoever)
write them. this type of behavior is inexcusable. the security gaurds
are there for the protection and safety of the audience as well as that
of the performers.

if the manager or owner of the security company is unaware of the
inappropriate behavior of their employees they cannot take steps to
remedy. pressure from russell carter and ig may help to change this
situation.

or, you can just come on down to the backyard in austin, texas where we
have the absolute best venue and the best crowds! just had to brag on
austin a little ;-)

peace,

dan perkins
tour guide to the obvious,
post-episodic clairvoyant,
bassist/singer/songwriter.

"and at last the world was finally set free,
the animals all hung out and interacted fretlessly
and the world began to vibrate with such a deep tonality
the day the bass players took over the world."
                         -emily kaitz

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i've had a similar experience on another religiously-related newsgroup,
uk.religion.islam.   a while ago this organisation called the "islamic
party of britain" started posting there about how they'd formed an
alliance with some tiny canadian party which wanted to abolish interest.
anyway, i posted about how this party's releases has featured references
to (and quotes from) the so-called protocols of the elders of zion, which
is supposedly the manifesto of a jewish conspiracy but was actually made
up by the russian secret police.   anyway, to get to the point, i posted
that his reply to this was "crap" (among other things).   their reply was:
"when you promote a couple of lesbians (indigo girls) who claim to uphold
christian values, that's real crap for you".   i posted back saying which
was less christian, lesbianism or jew-bashing?

i'm still waiting for a reply from these freaks.

mat

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does anyone have a quick (rather than snail mail) way of contacting russell carter? fax, email, phone, etc.
all info welcome.
thanks
urvashi u.pitre@tcu.edu

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i'm feeling very, very brave. i'm going to touch this one with my bare,
ungloved hands....maybe even give it a hug.

at 10:01 am 4/22/97 -0500, dr. urvashi pitre wrote:
>question 2: i have been on this list for less than a month. in that time,
>we have had the spelling war, the tattoo war, the "shall we ask a about e's
>present?" debate which got quite acrimonious at times, and the "is amy a
>bitch or not?" war. is this usual or are people stressed out about finals
>or something?

all i ask is that we think about this comment for a moment before we write
our next post. just think a minute.

tony
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>
> yup yup yup.  the bible seems to do just that.  in addition to the
> codemnation of sex, the bible also sets these guidelines for life:


the common retort fundies make when confronted with the contradictions of
"the bible"
is that what is meant by "the bible" is the new testament. somehow the old
testament is
less significant (i.e. inconventient) for fundamentalist dogma.
trust me i like to argue...

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hi all,
        in regards to the biblical contradiction issue.(read the whole
thing before passing judgement)

christian theologists argue that the reason why the new testament
'matters' more than the old is because the old testament set out rules for
people to follow as they waited for the coming of christ.  for example,
stipulations about certain types of clothing and certain rituals were
designed to help the people wait in anticipation for the coming of god.
they were also ways to atone for sin.
when jesus was crucified, he was a perfect sacrifice...and thus fulfilled
the need for
all the rules, sacrifices, and rituals the old testament outlined.  his
resurrection redeemed the people from the need to atone for their
sins...they were forgiven.

this is christian theology as i understand it.  now here's my stipulation.
i am not saying this to convert, to evangelize, to persuade, to dictate,
to begin a right-wing authoritarian religious state, or to subvert any
dominant paradigms on this list. i just think that if we're going to
discuss the bible a sort of grounding in this type of theology is a good
idea.  after all, you can't really fight about something, or understand
something, unless you know everything you can.   please don't flame me.
i'm out of fire-repellent clothing.

one of the beauties of the new testament is its relative freedom from
archaic rules about proper food, clothing, and 'earning your way' to
heaven.  it is magnificently abundant in its emphasis on loving each other
and the miracle of divine forgiveness.  if you have ideas let me know!

gretchen
hoff@fas.harvard.edu

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my turn......
1) ig- 1200 curfews
2) the whole damn ring cycle(solti conducting of course)-wagner
3) ani-living in clip(just got that one today)
4) rent soundtrack
5) hmmm either dar or a mozrt opera...probably mozart because i could
sick of wagner easily.
ben

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someone please, please (pretty please) help me!!!!

i know that the indigo girls are coming to seattle on july 11,12, 13 to do
shows at the pier.  i called ticketmaster to ask when the tickets go on
sale, but they gave me another phone number because apparently they do not
have info about shows at the pier (the number was 281-8111).  so i called
and all i got was a recording, so i left my address to get on the
company's mailing list, but i still don't know when tickets go on sale and
i have a feeling that it will be pretty soon, blahblahblah. . .

can you tell i'm getting frantic?
anyway, if anyone has anymore information, i would be much obliged. . .

thank you,
leah
holmes@seattleu.edu

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content-transfer-encoding: 7bit

thanks to all you enthusiastic people, i now have 14 branches. (jan through
dec., monday, and australasia). so we don't need any volunteers for a
while. as soon as i get their tapes to them, i will post the branches'
addresses.

does anyone have a template for a j-card that i can use to make up the
set-list? (no deb, haven't forgotten i need to send you a set-list too. :)
)
urvashi u.pitre@tcu.edu

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subject:      okay who sent the cheese hat (nigc)

you! whoever you are in mchenry, illinois! drop whatcher doin and email me this
minute! i have millions of hugs and kisses to shower on whoever sent me this
beeyotiful authentic swiss cheese baseball cap!

:)))))))
smilin so hard my cheeks is gonna crack

susanna

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how about igesar?
(ig es ar)
-----------()-----------
samantha warnock
skidmore college
saratoga springs, ny
swarnock@skidmore.edu
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subject:      nigc- whoever sent me the las cruces boot-
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sorry for the waiste of bandwith y'all but because i've been so caught up
with all this boot trading, etc, i had unintentionally deleted a letter from
whoever sent me the wonderful las cruces boot.  i honestly can't remeber who
it was from but i'd like to say:

thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank
you

i'm honestly in love with it!  it's wonderful!

thank you so much- please e-mail you privately- i'm so sorry about my
"forgetfulness" but it's always gettin' me in trouble!

thanks
-emily
ems420@aol.com

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subject:      birthdays...

it's my birthday on the 26th!  yeah!  happy birthday to everyone else, too!
i hope ya'll all have a great day!!
love lots,
katie =)

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subject:      if we were talking about boot trading- please read!  nigc
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hey y'all-

sorry for waisting more bandwith but again- my delete happy finger got me in
trouble and i can't seem to remeber who i was supposed to trade with but i
was discussing a trade for a couple videos (i.e. mellisa/julie on 20/20
,etc.)  if this was you- please e-mail me.

also-

i was wondering who i was going to trade with for the article in the woman's
mag. on a & e but if you're still interested...please e-amil me.
thanks
-emily
ems420@aol.com

post script:  y'all are sooooo understanding!

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subject:      a new "old boot" :)

hey, just your usual glutton for punishment here....:)  have another boot
that you might consider adding to your collection...no need to spend $8.50 of
your money either....as always, it is free to those who care :)

it is greek theatre, los angeles, ca (where else? the big la/ca:) june 29,
1991, a vintage year :)  if not for anything, check out a's "no way to treat
a friend".  she sounds *so* much like joplin you wouldn't believe it. this
tape is courtesy of c. spidle who has given and continues to give so much to
this list :)

the setlist please!

a side
secure yourself
world falls
hammer and a nail
love's recovery
pushing the needle too far
crazy game
no way to treat a friend  (actually, she could treat me that way anyday :)
southland in the springtime
center stage
watershed
ballad of squeaky fromme
gwtw of the wihh (and if you can decipher that, add an umlat to your name :)

side b
land of canaan
summertime
tried to be true
1 2 3
you and me of the 10k wars
kid fears
prince of darkness
left me a fool
closer to fine

it's a *big* 110 min tape with good to fantastic sound quality. e me if you
want a copy.

jude :)

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   hey all,
  i know someone from incredible universe and i just got nine album flats
and a poster from the new album. the front of the poster is a picture of
the girls somewhere in the desert(probably az) and the back is a short
little promo reveiw. the nine album flats have a picture of the album
cover on the front and ig written in grey letters on the back.
  anyway, although i'm not parting from my poster i was wondering if
anyone wants one of my flats. i'd be willing to trade one for a
boot,another poster,ect... just mail me back if any of you are interested.
ben

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subject:      re: ellen corrction
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> ellen:
>  primetime with dianne sawyer tomorrow (wednesday april 23) 10:00
> eastern time
>
>  chat with barbara walters friday april 25 at either 9 or 10!

nope nope.  the primetime live interview was moved into 20/20 becuase
that is the start of sweeps week and abc wants to get as much mileage
out of this as possible.  baba is not interviewing ellen..diane is.
and it is airing friday night on 20/20.


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

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ahhhhhh....i move into my nyc apartment for the summer on june 1st. this
means i'm going to see the largest ig concert ever. here's to five ig
concerts in one month.
life is good,
ben

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tickets for the indigo girls at the meadows music theater in hartford, ct
on saturday, 5/31 8pm go on sale this saturday, 4/26 at 10:00 am.

tickets may be purchased through protix (860-422-0000), or with cash at
several strawberries music stores in connecticut and western mass. as well
as at the meadows box office (saturday morning only).

ticket prices are $31 for gold circle (sections 100,200,300), $29 for
pavilion (sections 400,500,600,700), and $19 for lawn general admin.
note that they will probably sock an automatic $3 parking charge and
additional service charges on top of that.

unfortunately, several other shows also go on sale at the same time, which
will make lines longer and the phones harder to get through (g3, lynyrd
skynyrd, and santana).

a plea:  can anyone help me get gold circle tickets?  i will be presenting
my masters' thesis on saturday and would not be able to get tickets until
about 4pm.  i may be able to reciprocate in obtaining madison square
garden tickets through ticketmaster (depending on when they go on sale).
please contact me through private e-mail.

thanx!

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

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at 05:10 pm 4/22/97 edt, susan b. marine wrote:
>you! whoever you are in mchenry, illinois! drop whatcher doin and email me this
>minute! i have millions of hugs and kisses to shower on whoever sent me this
>beeyotiful authentic swiss cheese baseball cap!

well, i think we need a picture of the queen of cheese in her new hat!
whaddya think? ....and if i may, if i get said picture, i'm sure chris
becker will be kind enough to scan it for us, and amy p. will be kind enough
to put it on the igboston email list party page.  well, whaddya say!
hehehehehehe  ;o)


joni :o)

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subject:      flame wars in the island
x-to:         rosebudd36@aol.com

if there are any problems, which i really don't foresee (grin) we wont have
to flame.  we'll all be face to face so we can just beat the s**t out of each
other and then in the morning help patch each other up like the kind friends
we all are deep inside.  :)

peace, harmony & indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (emilyamy@aol.com)

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me cause i'm gay...."- e.saliers
"i said you know it's funny/i think you were on the same boat back in 1694" -
a. ray
"mothers tell your children/be quick you must be strong/life is full of
wonder/love is never wrong..." - m. etheridge
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hello, all!  i come in peace.  i have noticed the
christian/leviticus/fundamentalist/lesbian thing a-brewin', and i wanted to
add my thoughts.

these thoughts are coming, for what it's worth, from a straight, christian,
male, white, 22-year-old indigo girls fanatic (as i write, listening to
"living in clip"...my first taste of ani...)

i'm not sure i'll express myself as well as i'd like, but i'll try. i
understand the frustration and scorn caused by the contradictions,
inconsistencies and prejudices of mainstream christianity.  it's something
i wrestle with as a christian <and> fan of several "non-christian" artists
and performers.

however, i don't want these posts about how idiotic leviticus is to add
undue fuel to the fire of anti-christian or anti-religious sentiment.

what i mean is, i'd hate for a person out there who is contemplating her or
his faith to read these posts and think, "yeah...christians sure are
stupid...what?  mixed fibers are illegal?  boy, what a bunch of freaks."

i am inclined to think that discussion of christianity has no place on this
list; however, i must say that i have spent many an hour discussing ig with
my (predominantly christian) friends, wondering if it's okay to like them,
etc., usually coming to the conclusion that we shouldn't worry about it,
but just listen to the music and enjoy.

to summarize, i just felt the need to stick up for my faith, and ask that
when you read these posts, don't take the examples of (admittedly)
pointless and archaic rules and assume that they characterize christians
and christianity.

thanks for readin!

justin

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subject:      aereas

i have to give credit where credit is due cause i didn't before.  i got the
idea for aereas frm our very own much-beloved tracy fears (salray@webtv.net).
it's her second nickname and also the name of her newest garden creation, my
godplant  :)

ok, trace???  :)  u know i love ya

peace, harmony & indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (emilyamy@aol.com)

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wonder/love is never wrong..." - m. etheridge
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in the may '97 issue of "out" magazine there's a review of sots

(reprinted without permission)

"the folk-rock icons continue to battle life's harsh terrain - a land of
burning black churches, bias against immigrants, and antigay hatred. but
instead of fighting words, the offer grace, strength and boundless joy.
'sun' kicks off with a pair of banjo-picking soaring sing-alongs: 'come
on down to chicano city park and wash your sins away. beautiful ladies
walk right by, you know, i never know what to say,' sings amy ray
gleefully in 'shame on you.' as for homophobia: 'it's all right if you
hate that way, hate me 'cause i'm different, hate me because i'm gay.
truth of the matter will come around one day.' in the meantime, the
indigo girls will continue to sing their hearts out." - b. ruby rich

the photo is the one in 'seventeen' magazine, but only 1" x 1".


(nigc part)

how many of your sign does it take to change a light bulb?

aries: just one. you want to make something of it?

taurus: one, but just *try* to convince them that the burned-out bulb is
useless and should be thrown away.

gemini: two, but the job never gets done - they just keep arguing about
who is supposed to do it and how it's supposed to be done!

cancer: just one. but it takes a therapist three years to help them
throught the grief process.

leo: leos don't change lightbulbs, although sometimes their agent will
get a virgo to do the job for them while they're out.

virgo: approximately 1.000000 with an error of +/- 1 millionth

libra: er, two. or maybe one. no - on second thought, make that two. is
that ok with you?

scorpio: that information is strictly secret and shared only with the
enlightened ones in the star chamber of the ancient hierarchical order.

sagittarius: the sun is shining, the day is young, we've got our whole
lives ahead of us, and you're inside worrying about a stupid burned-out bulb?

capricorn: i don't waste my time with these childish jokes.

aquarius: well, you have to remember that everything is energy, so...

pisces: lightbulb? what lightbulb?

nancy humphries
nancy@rbdc.rbdc.com

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to anyone using a mac and who does a lot of tape trading, i have a
shareware program called tape labler that works great for printing j cards.
its small, only 126 k.  email me if interested and i can ship you a copy.

--mike

+++++
michael paluzzi
department of spatial information engineering
university of maine
master's candidate
http://www.spatial.maine.edu/studentbios/paluzzi/mike.html
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if anyone has the complete soy lyrics, could you please email them to me
privately? thye are needed for a paper on lesbian feminism... thank you :)

britt

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  hi all,
my god, what a response. just to remind you that they're only about 14
inches by 14 inches, write back if you want to  take back you trade.when
i say flat,i mean it's made of cardboard...maybe ya'll are thinking i'm
sending you the actual album or something.
anyway, they're all gone for now. i traded three,keeping five and giving
one to my little freind jan(hi jan:) but i will see if i can get more. if
i do i'll post to the list and start trading again.
ben

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in a message dated 97-04-22 17:44:52 edt, you write:

<<
one of the beauties of the new testament is its relative freedom from
archaic rules about proper food, clothing, and 'earning your way' to
heaven.  it is magnificently abundant in its emphasis on loving each other
and the miracle of divine forgiveness.  if you have ideas let me know!

>>

i have to agree.  in fact there is a place in the new testament [ok, this
prob won't be word for word, as i am not a protestant -just a joke] where
peter (i think it was him...but maybe it was paul, anyway i think it's in
acts) has a vision or a dream or something while he's on top of a roof.  god
opens up a sheet or something and displays all of the animals -pork and such-
that they had been forbidden to eat.  he tell peter that nothing that god has
made is unclean and he is free to eat those things.

there is also a part (a little more well known- this kind of relates to what
gretchen was saying) where christ is addressing all the millions of crazy
rules that they followed to the letter, and tells them that there are only
two laws that they must follow.  1) to love god with all your heart mind and
soul 2) to love one another
i guess that if people truly follow those laws that the others are all really
obsolete and if not that unimportant.

jennifer

(this is also not an attempt to force anything anywhere, i am not a religious
fanatic, i was just brought up in a catholic school, and well versed in the
church by several dominican nuns)

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subject:      5 on an island

1)1200 curfews (because i can't decide between rop and so)
2) dar williams - mortal city
3) tori - little earthquakes (but i'd be crying that i wouldn't have hey
jupiter off boys for pelee or pretty good year off under the pink)
4)joni mitchell - blue
5)...yeah...you convinced me  jimmy buffet - feeding frenzy or songs you know
by heart...hey, if i'm on an island i'll prob get sick off all those whiney
women (as i'm often accused of limiting my music to) i'll need a little
buffet to enjoy all the sunshine!

jennifer

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> date: monday, april 21, 1997 11:40 pm
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no boot on the mama kin show.  i'm sure my friend, the industry guy, would
have thought it inappropriate ( or atleast his bosses would have). sorry!

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oooooh, my first post!  i hope it doesn't show up goofily spaced or anything.
anyway, i've got my tickets for both concerts at chastain in atlanta.  on
friday the 23rd, i've got two tickets at a table, and since the tables seat
six, i was wondering what the odds are that the holder of the other 4
tickets are "fellow listees."  sooooo, anyone here holding table 338 (left)
tickets?  please email me if so, so we can figure out who's bringing the
fine table linens and candles!

i've only seen the girls once in performance, but i'm proud to say it was
february 12, 1987 at the little five points pub during my first visit to
atlanta.  i walked in the pub with my boyfriend, saw them on stage, heard
their beautiful voices, and was mesmerized!  my first thought was,"this is
why i hate discovering great music in small clubs!  i'll never get to hear
them on the radio or buy their music!"  little did i know!

coincidence -- reading the posts the other day, i saw one from a business
acquaintance of mine, stephen curry!  we had no idea the other was a fan,
much less a "listee!"

99x dj steve gives passes away to the live x ig studio session each day at
11:00 am by asking a trivia question about the girls.  yesterday he asked
what city emily was born in, and today the question was "who are usually
their drummer and bass player on tour?"   i like this way of doing it
because you know ig fans are getting the passes!

i bought more tickets than i ended up needing for chastain, so as soon as i
figure out which friends are going with me which night, i'll be posting the
spares on the list.  til then....thanks for reading!

widdi

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hey everyone -

two weekends ago at the unh concert i could swear amy mentioned
something about doing a pay-for-view special sometime soon (something
about intending to "push the envelope"....).

anyway, just wondering if anyone has any further info on that.  most
importantly, when it will be shown?

alyssa

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i feel very grateful to have public radio wfuv in my area ( ct) which is out
of fordham univ..  i have heard soy, get out the map, and everything in its
own time.   i like map alot......

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sorry to waste anyone's time, but i am having major computer problems right
now.  in the next couple of days i am going to be sent back every message
that has ever been sent to me.....it takes about a day for it to take them
all in, so after about a week or so could someone please e-mail me the
important thing s that i missed.  whenever this happens, every message's
subject is a , and the information in it is gibbersh...and by the way,
everyone that has sent me something, thanks.  you'll be rewarded in heaven.
i lost your addresses when my in box completely crashed.  oh that happened
too.  sorry about the waste of time.  if anyone wants to say somehitng to
me, please wait a week or so....thanks again...
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on tue, 22 apr 1997, david and alyssa lum wrote:

> hey everyone -
>
> two weekends ago at the unh concert i could swear amy mentioned
> something about doing a pay-for-view special sometime soon (something
> about intending to "push the envelope"....).
>
> anyway, just wondering if anyone has any further info on that.  most
> importantly, when it will be shown?
>
> alyssa
>
as far as i've heard it'll be on sometime in june (i know, i know: how
vague can ya get!).  from what i recall there's a blurb about it on the
epic page, but no real details.

peace

ted e.

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hi all,
i am happy to report that both of my friends came through for me & i have a
pretty good copy of the birchmere/just passin thru broadcast from this past
weekend. i am willing to trade or make copies-- but i was wondering if anyone
has something short they want me to put on the other side, so the tape is
more indigo filled. i know that the girls have been doing a lot of publicity
events, radio spots etc-- so if anyone has a tape of any of these email me &
i can set up a tree for the resulting compilation tape.
thanks,
alexandra

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hey kind friends!

        my friend chasity says that emily has long supported habitat for
humanity.  maybe we could raise enough money to help someone refurbish their
home.  whatdayallthink?

the poultry guy~
tony

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> >
> > >> from: mary cunningham <m.cunning@worldnet.att.net>
> > >> date: monday, april 21, 1997 11:40 pm
> > >
> > >no boot on the mama kin show.  i'm sure my friend, the industry guy, would
> > >have thought it inappropriate ( or atleast his bosses would have). sorry!
>
> ok, this has been on the down low, cos joni-kins and i
> (waves at joni) have not finished the original dubbing of this boot
>
> yes, there is a boot of the mama kin show
> one of my students went to the show, stood at emily's
> feet and placed the tape player about a foot away from
> her, emily smiled and gave her the thumbs up sign.
> the booting is almost finished (hold your horses, ok??)
> and starts with joni's dub of the radio interview from
> earlier that day, and ends with the show that nite at mama kin
> i hope that this boot doesnt offend the industry types
> but then, my student is just that- a student! who won tickets
> like mike z did, that morning at 9 am!!! so she isnt trying to offend
>
> i have to get to sleep..
> boots should be done by tomorrow nite/ thurs am
> but then again.. friday sounds "closer to fine"
> a grrrl has to get her sleep ya know :)
>
> just one small curdle in the susib fan club
> (like that hat sus!)
> anjeanette
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subject:      life-changing experiences, 17 article, oh and my top five

fellow ig fans,

this is my first post...how exciting.
i've been on the list for about a week now and i've decided that it's time to
put my 2 cents in.

this summer i had the opportunity to travel to south africa with 40 other
high school students as a student ambassador for people to people.  of course
i couldnt bear to leave my ig cd's at home, and they were the core of my
pitiful cd collection for three weeks.  i experienced many things, some which
i can honestly say changed my life completely.  i found myself relating these
experiences to ig songs...example.

1. when visiting an orphanage in soweto, you quickly learn that "we are
fortunate ones, fortunate ones i swear."  my problems suddenly became trivial
when seeing how these children, by no fault of their own, struggling to
survive.

2.  "i stood without clothes, danced in the sand, i was aching with freedom,
kissing the damned."...literally.  i convinced my new friends to strip their
jeans off and join me for a mid-winter swim in the indian ocean.  i felt so
liberated, that i had no ties to anyone or anything.  as for kissing the
damned, the minute i walked into the aforementioned orphanage, a small girl
threw herself into my arms and kissed me.  i don't know if "damned" is the
right word, but how many opportunities can a child who has been physically,
mentally and/or sexually abused have?  these children were born in "homes"
that consisted of four poles and a tin roof and shared a bathroom with twenty
other families.  the children in the orphanage were considered lucky however,
by soweto's standards, for they had clothes food and shelter.  unfortunately,
the maximum stay in the orphanage is two years, so after getting a taste of a
decent life, the children are returned to the slums to try to live. damned?

3.  "the beauty just keeps shaking me"  south africa is so beautiful;  the
animals, landscape, people, food, tribesman, customs, smells just grabbed me.
we spent a day visiting waterfalls, and i told myself that if i do anything
in life, it will be coming back to south africa and revisiting those damned
waterfalls, i dont know why, but they were so special to me.  now i
understand why immortality would be so wonderful, to be able to explore the
millions of places similar to the waterfalls, without time at my heels.

thats all for my experiences...moving on

seventeen magazine recently published an article on..guess who?...amy &
emily.  it was pretty brief, it discussed a contest they held to find
prospective high school lyricists...the winner receives a concert at their
school!  it went on to talk about their upcoming high school tour, and the
release of shaming of the sun.  the article ended with the sentiment, "oh if
only everyone could be this cool"  right on 17!

and finally,
the desert island scenario is starting to get interesting, with the addition
of tapes, books, a cd-spewing whale, and drinks with umbrellas.  my
contributions (in no order except #1) would be

1.  swamp ophelia
2.  the beatles (1967-1970)  this is a double disc, call me a cheat if you
wish
3.  phish-hoist
4. bob marley and the wailers-legend (purchased in jamaica for retention of
bob's spirit)
5.  sheryl crow-sheryl crow (goes above and beyond expectations for a
sophomore album)

im bringing sunblock, but we need a grill and hot dogs to make this a real
party.

peace love and indigo

susan

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anyone else going to the sh show in richmond on may 27th??
bought my 18th row tickets yesterday!
can't wait.
let me know!
take care all!
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>actually, sulli is not the only tech.  sulli is doing emily's guitars
>and a guy (whose name i do not know) is doing amy's.  i think last

        they've used a few techs (besides sulli) this tour.  in my opinion i think
they are trying out people for later inthe tour.  i have been told, (by one
of the techs) that lately, they have been using kd lang's tech.

>summer's problems for sulli were much more due to the fact that ig are using
>many more instruments now than anything to do with sulli's capabilities.
> judging by what i saw at unh, they really do need two techs
>to keep up with all of the instruments.  since emily's tunings are

        right on the money!  sulli has way more instruments to take care of then
jimmy ever did.  it's nearly impossible (or at least, incredibly stressful)
to have only one tech for the tour.

        t

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howdy...my burning question is...has anybody found the promo calender deal
around here that we're all talking about ,or know where to go to order it.i
checked tower records in seattle and it was a negative..any other
suggestions???? please e-mail me privately.
                     thanks...laurabell

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in a message dated 97-04-22 10:00:43 edt, you write:

<< 1. 1200 curfews:  ig >>

um....is it just me, or does the thought occur to anyone else that, since we
all seem to be planning to be on the same island, we're going to have about
472 copies of 1200 curfews?

yet another of my random nonsense things....

dawn

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you know, being a "left leaning christian", i'd say that most are more a
"love leaning christian" than anything political.  my philosophy
(not necessarily the church's or perhaps not even god's, although if i
knew that, i'd change), is that conversions to believers of jesus christ
are too ineffective if attempted in mass, but more significant and
pleasing to god when individually.  i guess you could categorize that as
"leaning in the middle of the love road kind of christian".

just sharing...(i hope i'm clear...i know i'm really sleepy =? )

seona
sb2@axe.humboldt.edu

on tue, 22 apr 1997, poul verner wrote:

>   go ahead and flame me for waste of bandwidth, speling, syntax errors,
> inappropriate subject, or my haircut - i don't really care. actually, i
> welcome personal flames since i don't believe i've ever gotten one.
>
> tata,
> betsy
>
>
> betsy, thanks for the post. glad to read that there are left leaning
> christians still fighting.
> no go get a haircut-its attrocious.
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yet another post from moi =>


on tue, 22 apr 1997, tom jobes wrote:

> > date:    tue, 22 apr 1997 12:35:42 -0400
> > from:    trisha bergmann <bergmann@coral.rutgers.edu>
> > subject: nigc  re: dejanews (also long)
> >
> > yup yup yup.  the bible seems to do just that.  in addition to the
> > codemnation of sex, the bible also sets these guidelines for life:

regarding the bible condemning sex...ahhh, i hope not.  you should read
song of solomon in the old testament...it's steamy!

seona
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yess!
it's great that you mentioned this...i've had "hammer and a nail" stuck in
my head for several days now, (since i got some boots...who by the way,
thanks! for those...you know who...wonderful people who sent them to me.
did you get my postcards?).  it would be wonderful to support something
literally so practical and directly affecting many people (not that the
other ones are not, cuz i'm not sure), as habitat for humanity.

for those who are not familiar at all for habitat for humanity, it is a
non-profit organization which raises funds and materials, and skills to
actually build beautiful houses for homeless, low income families in need.
it provides a low mortgage and sells it at an affordable price (very
affordable), and also provides (i think) assistance with organizing their
finances/employment and career counseling.  (please correct me if i'm
wrong.)  many corporations, small business and celebrities volunteer their
resources and time...and the best part is the the local communities (hfh
is everywhere), solicits local community members to volunteer as an
integral part of building the homes.

anyways, it's a great program...i'm a go on this idea!

seona
sb2@axe.humboldt.edu


on tue, 22 apr 1997, da chickenman wrote:

> hey kind friends!
>
>         my friend chasity says that emily has long supported habitat for
> humanity.  maybe we could raise enough money to help someone refurbish their
> home.  whatdayallthink?
>
> the poultry guy~
> tony
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i hope the people who wrote to me about this concert will get back
to me soon - i really do want to go, and i just want more
details.....

john.


"look funny, dress bad, smell nasty.....
you must work for hera...."

hercules.

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>>>>>>  american airlines is a major sponsor to and supporter of groups like
>>>>>>  glaad, the human rights campaign, the gay and lesbian victory fund,
>>>>>>  the aids action foundation, diffa, amfar, and scores of community-
>>>>>>  based groups representing gays and lesbians.  it is also the first
>>>>>>  airline to adopt a written non-discrimination policy covering sexual
>>>>>>  orientation in its employment practices.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>  an unusual joint letter was released to the media on friday, march
>>>>>>  14th from the family research council, concerned women of america,
>>>>>>  american family association and coral ridge ministries. radical right
>>>>>>  leader beverly lahaye also went on christian "talk radio" on friday
to
>>>>>>  blast american airlines because "american's sponsorship of homosexual
>>>>>>  'pride' events constitutes an open endorsement of promiscuous homo-
>>>>>>  sexuality."  she and the other groups have written bob crandall at
>>>>>>  american to complain that the airline has "gone beyond mere
tolerance"
>>>>>>  of gays and lesbians.  the full article appeares in friday's fort
worth
>>>>>>  star-telegram, and possibly picked up by other newspapers around the
>>>>>>  country.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>  it has come to the attention of the gay and lesbian community that
>>>>>>  american airline's switchboard and e-mails are being bombarded now
>>>>>>  by homophobic and hateful callers who have been urged by lahaye and
>>>>>>  others to demand the company terminate its gay-friendly policies.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>what you can do
>>>>>>
>>>>>>  at the end of this note is a petition supporting american airlines'
>>>>>>  stance on gay rights.  if you feel that discrimination is in nobody's
>>>>>>  best interest, add your name to the list below.  and, of course, pass
>>>>>>  it on.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
>>> --
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>  if you are the 25th, 50th, 75th, 100th, etc., person to sign this
>>>>>>  petition, please forward this copy to american airlines at:
>>>>>>                       webmaster@amrcorp.com
>>>>>>
>>>>>>------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
>>> --
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>to american airlines:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>  we, the undersigned, support your gay/lesbian rights polices and
>>>>>>  commend you for your efforts in ending discrimination.  thank you
>>>>>>  for your dedication to such issues and please continue to remain
>>>>>>  active in the struggle to end discrimination.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 1. marybeth kurtz, philadelphia, pa
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 2. jen faust, goucher college, balto. md
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 3. heather riley, umbc, balto., md
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 4. katy schuman, umbc, balto., md
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 5. rebekka gold, oberlin college, oberlin, oh.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 6. danielle hirsch, oberlin college, oberlin, oh.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 7. jerrod wendland, oberlin college, oberlin, oh.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 8. jon morgan, ohio wesleyan university, delaware, oh.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 9. keri rainsberger, indiana university, bloomington, in.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>10. cheryl lynn bates, indiana university, bloomington, in.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>11. court singrey, indiana university, bloomington, in.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>12. carol fischer, indiana university, bloomington in.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>13. victoria r. gardner, indiana university, bloomington, in.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>14. joshua s. greenbaum, university of michigan, ann arbor, mi
>>>>>>
>>>>>>15. tamara grybko, boston, ma
>>>>>>
>>>>>>16. jameson hill, san francisco, ca
>>>>>>
>>>>>>17. ed roppo, san francisco, ca
>>>>>>
>>>>>>18. christopher pratt, mountain view, ca
>>>>>>
>>>>>>19. tom lloyd, san francisco, ca
>>>>>>
>>>>>>20. brian kliment, san francisco, ca
>>>>>>
>>>>>>21. steve christensen, palo alto, ca
>>>>>>
>>>>>>22. michael larson, sunnyvale, ca
>>>>>>
>>>>>>23. jennifer rudenick, northwestern university, evanston, il
>>>>>>
>>>>>>24. sarah bauer, northwestern university, evanston, il
>>>>>>
>>>>>>25. joan vanwassenhove, george washington university, washington d.c.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>26. jonathan skrmetti, mystic, ct
>>>>>>
>>>>>>27. evan blaisdell, groton, ct
>>>>>>
>>>>>>28. jennifer polley, exton, pa
>>>>>>
>>>>>>29.  jonathan h. feinberg, exton, pa
>>>>>>
>>>>>>30.  kristen hoerl, west chester, pa
>>>>>>
>>>>>>31.  paul birnbaum, pittsburgh, pa
>>>>>>
>>>>>>32.  patrick allen, university of oklahoma, norman, ok
>>>>>>
>>>>>>33.  randall murrow, university of oklahoma, norman, ok
>>>>>>
>>>>>>34.   alice sneary, university of the south, sewanee, tn
>>>>>>
>>>>>>35.  deborah w. stirling, sewanee, tn
>>>>>>
>>>>>>36.  bonnie k. smith, university of the south, sewanee, tn
>>>>>>
>>>>>>37. sharon lockett smith , athens, tennessee
>>>>>>
>>>>>>38. kelly smith, university of the south
>>>>>>
>>>>>39.  summer martins, university of the south, sewanee, tn
>>>>>>
>>>>>40.  tricia crockett, delta college, stockton, ca
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from:   martisl0@seraph1.sewanee.edu (summer martins)
to:     kaitej@aol.com, tricialc@aol.com, hargrhk0@seraph1.sewanee.edu,
queenka0@seraph1.sewanee.edu, mann_mj0@seraph1.sewanee.edu,
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date: 97-04-23 05:03:10 edt

>
>from:martisl0@seraph1.sewanee.edu (summer martins)
>subject:/cst mail/ fw: american airlines petition  (fwd)
>
>>>>>subject: american airlines petition  (fwd)
>>>>>
>>>>>>i hate forwards but this one may be worth it.
>>>>>>background:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>  american airlines is a major sponsor to and supporter of groups like
>>>>>>  glaad, the human rights campaign, the gay and lesbian victory fund,
>>>>>>  the aids action foundation, diffa, amfar, and scores of community-
>>>>>>  based groups representing gays and lesbians.  it is also the first
>>>>>>  airline to adopt a written non-discrimination policy covering sexual
>>>>>>  orientation in its employment practices.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>  an unusual joint letter was released to the media on friday, march
>>>>>>  14th from the family research council, concerned women of america,
>>>>>>  american family association and coral ridge ministries. radical right
>>>>>>  leader beverly lahaye also went on christian "talk radio" on friday
to
>>>>>>  blast american airlines because "american's sponsorship of homosexual
>>>>>>  'pride' events constitutes an open endorsement of promiscuous homo-
>>>>>>  sexuality."  she and the other groups have written bob crandall at
>>>>>>  american to complain that the airline has "gone beyond mere
tolerance"
>>>>>>  of gays and lesbians.  the full article appeares in friday's fort
worth
>>>>>>  star-telegram, and possibly picked up by other newspapers around the
>>>>>>  country.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>  it has come to the attention of the gay and lesbian community that
>>>>>>  american airline's switchboard and e-mails are being bombarded now
>>>>>>  by homophobic and hateful callers who have been urged by lahaye and
>>>>>>  others to demand the company terminate its gay-friendly policies.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>what you can do
>>>>>>
>>>>>>  at the end of this note is a petition supporting american airlines'
>>>>>>  stance on gay rights.  if you feel that discrimination is in nobody's
>>>>>>  best interest, add your name to the list below.  and, of course, pass
>>>>>>  it on.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
>>> --
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>  if you are the 25th, 50th, 75th, 100th, etc., person to sign this
>>>>>>  petition, please forward this copy to american airlines at:
>>>>>>                       webmaster@amrcorp.com
>>>>>>
>>>>>>------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
>>> --
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>to american airlines:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>  we, the undersigned, support your gay/lesbian rights polices and
>>>>>>  commend you for your efforts in ending discrimination.  thank you
>>>>>>  for your dedication to such issues and please continue to remain
>>>>>>  active in the struggle to end discrimination.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 1. marybeth kurtz, philadelphia, pa
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 2. jen faust, goucher college, balto. md
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 3. heather riley, umbc, balto., md
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 4. katy schuman, umbc, balto., md
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 5. rebekka gold, oberlin college, oberlin, oh.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 6. danielle hirsch, oberlin college, oberlin, oh.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 7. jerrod wendland, oberlin college, oberlin, oh.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 8. jon morgan, ohio wesleyan university, delaware, oh.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 9. keri rainsberger, indiana university, bloomington, in.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>10. cheryl lynn bates, indiana university, bloomington, in.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>11. court singrey, indiana university, bloomington, in.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>12. carol fischer, indiana university, bloomington in.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>13. victoria r. gardner, indiana university, bloomington, in.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>14. joshua s. greenbaum, university of michigan, ann arbor, mi
>>>>>>
>>>>>>15. tamara grybko, boston, ma
>>>>>>
>>>>>>16. jameson hill, san francisco, ca
>>>>>>
>>>>>>17. ed roppo, san francisco, ca
>>>>>>
>>>>>>18. christopher pratt, mountain view, ca
>>>>>>
>>>>>>19. tom lloyd, san francisco, ca
>>>>>>
>>>>>>20. brian kliment, san francisco, ca
>>>>>>
>>>>>>21. steve christensen, palo alto, ca
>>>>>>
>>>>>>22. michael larson, sunnyvale, ca
>>>>>>
>>>>>>23. jennifer rudenick, northwestern university, evanston, il
>>>>>>
>>>>>>24. sarah bauer, northwestern university, evanston, il
>>>>>>
>>>>>>25. joan vanwassenhove, george washington university, washington d.c.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>26. jonathan skrmetti, mystic, ct
>>>>>>
>>>>>>27. evan blaisdell, groton, ct
>>>>>>
>>>>>>28. jennifer polley, exton, pa
>>>>>>
>>>>>>29.  jonathan h. feinberg, exton, pa
>>>>>>
>>>>>>30.  kristen hoerl, west chester, pa
>>>>>>
>>>>>>31.  paul birnbaum, pittsburgh, pa
>>>>>>
>>>>>>32.  patrick allen, university of oklahoma, norman, ok
>>>>>>
>>>>>>33.  randall murrow, university of oklahoma, norman, ok
>>>>>>
>>>>>>34.   alice sneary, university of the south, sewanee, tn
>>>>>>
>>>>>>35.  deborah w. stirling, sewanee, tn
>>>>>>
>>>>>>36.  bonnie k. smith, university of the south, sewanee, tn
>>>>>>
>>>>>>37. sharon lockett smith , athens, tennessee
>>>>>>
>>>>>>38. kelly smith, university of the south
>>>>>>
>>>>>39.  summer martins, university of the south, sewanee, tn
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>
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however, i don't want these posts about how idiotic leviticus is to add
undue fuel to the fire of anti-christian or anti-religious sentiment.

what i mean is, i'd hate for a person out there who is contemplating her or
his faith to read these posts and think, "yeah...christians sure are
stupid...what?  mixed fibers are illegal?  boy, what a bunch of freaks."


to summarize, i just felt the need to stick up for my faith, and ask that
when you read these posts, don't take the examples of (admittedly)
pointless and archaic rules and assume that they characterize christians
and christianity.

thanks for readin!

justin
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justin, don't mistake dogma for faith. faith in christ, i believe, is worth
more than a million rules about food, animals, etc. a true christian shares
a love
of god, not god's condemnation of other people.

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yes yes yes! i have won tickets to the atlanta's 99x live x featuring the
indigo girls this sunday!!!!!!!!


wahooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes
yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes
yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes
yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes
yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes


ok my life is now complete.

merry indigo wednesday,
rainishly amy
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did anyone tape the melissa ferrick show in atlanta last week?  i have an
extensive collection of boots (ig, ferrick, etheridge, difranco, colvin,
k.d., aimee mann, disappear fear, much more) to offer in return.

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indigo girls not so folksy anymore
thursday, march 20, 1997
by david horowitz
ann arbor news special writer
------------------------------------------------------------------------


for the indigo girls, it starts and finishes with the music. the duo,
atlanta natives amy ray and emily saliers, makes the kind of music that's
meant for the head and the heart. their songs make you want to sit, listen
and connect. asked in a recent phone interview whether her songs are
something she wants to say or if they're something she has to say, saliers
noted that they're usually a bit of both.

"i've been writing since i was 9. i was trying to emulate the sentiments i
heard in other songs. as i began to develop my own ideas and expression,
songwriting became an emotional outlet for me. i've always been kind of an
observer of the world and what's going on, sort of thoughtful about things,
and so songwriting became an outlet for that.

"it's all based on emotion. it could be that intangible power that a good
book or good film has that might move me, or sometimes i'm mad about what's
going on. it's something that i want to say, and that i have to say."

for saliers the writing of the song is the thing, not its reception. "it
starts at a very personal level. when i'm writing, i'm not thinking about
how it's going to be perceived or taken apart, or what its function is
going to be once it's out in the world. it's the writing, and it's often
hard. when i compare myself to some of my favorite writers, it's like, 'ok,
keep trying."' while she cites favorites as diverse as jane siberry and the
jackson 5, she's especially appreciative of the work of bob dylan and joni
mitchell.

"he's astounding to me. he's deceptively simple, when he was writing in
that sort of folk song, working man genre before he turned to rock and
roll. the way he turns a phrase, no one has ever done it like he does.
reading his lyrics can be debilitating. and inspiring," she added with a
laugh.

mitchell is a particular favorite because of her willingness to take
chances as a performer. "you can listen to any one her albums and have a
different experience from the others," said saliers. "she got crucified for
so many of her ventures, all that stuff that wasn't popular. but to me it's
a brilliant collection of work."

although their first album won a grammy for best contemporary folk
recording and their next two albums received nominations in that category,
the image of the duo as a couple of folkies won't fly for the indigo girls
anymore. while their appearance at the michigan theater is part of an
acoustic-only tour of college towns, their new album, "shaming of the sun,"
due out at the end of april, is a mix of acoustic guitars, fender
stratocaster, violins and bouzoukis, with a dash of cello.

so, how would she characterize indigo girls music? one attempt, "folk music
with drums," makes her laugh. "amy and i feel free to do what we want to
creatively. maybe alternative folk," she added with another hearty laugh.

"before we got signed to a major label, it was just the two of us with our
guitars and we had really strong folk roots. acoustic guitar was our
medium, and when we got signed, we wanted to maintain that essence. we were
probably a little leery about going into a studio with a producer and
having him add a bunch of stuff. so our first record for epic was really
sparse and stripped down.

"but you yearn to grow and you yearn to create musically. both amy and i
are big fans of rock and roll, and i'm a big fan of r&b, and you just want
to stretch a little bit. after playing acoustic guitar for 15 years, you
start to ask yourself, well what else is out there you can experiment
with." they found out by producing the new album themselves, with david
leonard. it gave them the freedom to experiment with the songs in the
studio, and work on them, in ways they couldn't earlier.

the duo began singing together in high school in 1980, and became the
indigo girls in 1983 when the two were attending emory university in
atlanta, where they still live. while they don't usually write songs
together, their influence on each other's work is clear.

"i have to fight internally to grow," said saliers, "because i tend to stay
in the same mode of expression. that's why it's good to have a partner like
amy, because she's the opposite of that. it's a fine line, determining when
it's right to try something new, but keeping it heartfelt. we need to do
that for ourselves and our fans.

"we have the sweetest fans. on this tour it's just me and amy. cutting our
teeth. we come out there and we barely know these new songs," she said with
a chuckle. "the album is fairly heavily produced, and it's just the two of
us, so we can't it recreate musically, but since most of the people haven't
heard it yet, that's ok. we come out on stage and say, 'do y'all mind if we
play a couple of our new songs?' and they start screaming. they're the best."

the duo plays the michigan theater, 603 e. liberty st., monday, march 24,
7:30 p.m. david wilcox opens. the show is sold out.

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review:  indigo girls, march 24, 1997

nearly 2,000 people - largely university students, among others - got the
rare treat of seeing a big-time band in a packed local venue monday night
at the michigan theater.

michigan theater indigo girls amy ray and emily saliers, a folk duo who can
sell out major stadiums, graced the michigan to introduce songs from their
latest record, "shaming of the sun," due in stores april 29.

"we wanted to try intimate spaces because if people are hearing the songs
for the first time, it's hard," ray said in an after-show interview with
the michigan daily. "we love ann arbor. it's the bastion of liberalism."

"this is a great crowd. ... we love playing colleges," saliers added,
smiling cheerfully.

in an almost-shy, casual jeans-and-t-shirt style, ray penetratingly crooned
to the audience with her characteristic closed eyes and shoulder slouch as
saliers sang higher, eyes gazing out. folk-guitar newcomer david wilcox
competently opened for the two, promoting his upcoming album.

the girls' forthcoming record has some different sounds, such as stinging
guitar, heavy bass and even a few hip-hop tinges added to their folky,
country-inflected music.

"(the different sound) just came up for us," said the more talkative,
introspective ray. "sometimes i listen to it and love it. sometimes i find
a lot i'd do differently, but that's just me."

the fairly limited performance wasn't perfect for them - the duo's plane
from their hometown atlanta was canceled, so the show was delayed. then
there were technical difficulties.

"i think if we had the momentum of one song to another, and not making
mistakes, there would've been more dancing," ray said apologetically. a
full house stayed on its feet for most of the concert.

but the two recovered nicely, humbly joking with the audience. "thanks,
ya'll (sic). ya'll are very nice and we don't even know you. you're sweet,"
saliers told the understanding crowd in her soft southern drawl.

"thanks for being patient with the new stuff," ray added. "you're probably
saying, 'poor indigo girls, they screwed up.'"

the audience cheered at the lyrics of some of the harder upcoming pieces
(as ray broke two strings), including the political commentary of "scooter
boys" with the lyrics "europe shed the blood of the indians / here i sit in
the land of plenty" and the socially aware "it's alright" with "it's
alright, if you hate that way / you hate me 'cause i'm different / hate me
'cause i'm gay." given the history of the band's activism, greenpeace's
information table outside the auditorium seemed appropriate.

never fear, ye fans who yearn for the older, spiritual ballads. the more
reserved saliers plucked the haunting new "everything in its own time,"
hushing a vocal audience. the piece recalls 1989's philosophical, classic,
self-titled album.

playing without a backup band, which increased the intimacy of the
performance, the two switched guitars (even a banjo and mandolin) after
every song. "we've learned some new instruments," ray announced.

they played some of the more upbeat standards the crowd was probably hoping
for, too. fans sang whole verses and choruses of 1994's "least
complicated," "galileo" and the inspirational "closer to fine." ray and
saliers also strummed along with the crowd, singing the amazing "kid fears"
(even doing michael stipes' deep guest vocals).

the lengthy encore gave the audience more of what they know and love: the
raw "chickenman" and the emotional "love's recovery," nicely harmonized as
wilcox joined them.

after the college circuit through april (this week the girls are at grand
rapids' calvin college), the talented guitarists plan to tour the country
this summer, with their band back together and more opening acts. the
indigos may even go to europe, ray said. "we're also doing small venues
sponsored by high schools with only high school kids allowed."

"they get shut out of concerts," saliers said from beneath her baseball
cap. the down-to-earth pair seem to be very considerate of their fans -
graciously taking time to sign autographs after the performance.

the indigo girls will also rejoin the honor the earth concert this summer,
a benefit for native american environmental groups. this follows a recent
transforming trip to mexico, studying the people's grass-roots organizing
for military independence. "it's a long, learning experience," saliers
said. "those people's lives. it's the same old thing that governments have
been doing to indigenous peoples forever."

"the military surrounds the villages," ray said passionately. "(we're)
protesting. our government is supporting the mexican military with money
right now."

the pair, who write their lyrics and music predominately separately, do
plan to stick together for a while. they've known each other since they
were 16 years old. ray said they like touring and being in the studio.

"yup, including being home," saliers chimed in.

"that energy exchange that happens when you play music," she said quietly,
"i feel the same way when i go to hear a concert. we have incredible fans,
for one thing."

-----------

i've linked this article to my ig web page if you want to see a good pic of
amy...

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okay, there are a few references to homosexuality as a sin in the new
testament as well as the old testament. i think this is a person's
personal choice. you decide if you think it's right or wrong because (i
believe this and i don't want to push it on anyone) you will be
accountable for your own actions in the end.  i don't think that it is
anyone's business to get involved in your personal decisions and it
makes me mad to see christians being so judgemental. i am not, by far, a
great christian, but i feel that they should be more accepting.  as my
denomination sees it, homosexuality is a sin, but it's not the only
sin.  i don't see why people at my school pass around petitions against
ellen, but sit in the dorm lobby watching soap operas every day.  as we
learned in old testament, the purpose of leviticus was to teach the
israelites how to be holy. there are two types of law found in exodus
and leviticus: casuistic and apodictic. casuistic law is case law (if...
then...) and it is culturally conditioned (the cloth-blend law), but the
principles may still apply today. apodictic law is categorical (thou
shalt/thou shalt not) and this type of law is universal and can still
apply.  that is the bible lesson for today, listees. sorry for the
bandwidth.
amber

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subject:      dubber 4 au boot in england :)

until may 23, the lovely english cousin listed below has consented to boot
the au tape for her countrypersons  :)  it will be a while until she gets the
tape from me but i'll try to make it soon.

ms41cl@surrey.ac.uk


jude :)

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alyssa wrote:

> > anyway, just wondering if anyone has any further info on that.  most
> > importantly, when it will be shown?

the ted:

> as far as i've heard it'll be on sometime in june (i know, i know: how
> vague can ya get!).  from what i recall there's a blurb about it on the
> epic page, but no real details.


this is what i've gathered:

        1) the ppv venue will be great woods in mansfield, ma
        2) the gw show is june 6th (we're gonna have a party)
        3) word on the street (unconfirmed) is that the
                ppv event will be broadcast live
        4a) given 3 true, look for the concert friday june 6th.
        4b) given 3 false, it will be sometime after june 6th.

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subject:      re: nigc - i hate discussing this subject/leviticus

i'd really appreciate it if this discussion of leviticus would be taken to private
email.  i don't want to watch the list go into yet another flame war about
christianity and homosexuality and other such things.

anna

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hey y'all-
now that we have news that ig will appear on hard copy, leno, and rosie... we
need to get our asses out there and find those dates!!!  we've already got
letterman and i bealive hearing something about rosie on 5/8 or 5/9!  and
whatever happened to the snl date?!  come on y'all- let's hit the books and
find those dates!

-emily
(who, with no understanding why, is in a cheery and giddy mood.  almost
enough to make her sick!)

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poul verner wrote:
>
> >
> > yup yup yup.  the bible seems to do just that.  in addition to the
> > codemnation of sex, the bible also sets these guidelines for life:
>
> the common retort fundies make when confronted with the contradictions of
> "the bible"
> is that what is meant by "the bible" is the new testament. somehow the old
> testament is
> less significant (i.e. inconventient) for fundamentalist dogma.
> trust me i like to argue...


no.  no.  no.  the philosophical difference between the old testament
and the new testament for christians is that christ came in the new
testament to bring us a new law under which we could live.  "the two
greatest commandments:  love the lord your god with all your heart, mind
and sould.  and love thy neighbor as thyself."  blatantly not part of
the "original" commandments - so jesus came to free people from the old
testament-cloven hoof-shell fish-eye for an eye-laws.

but mind you,  i am not defending the fundamentalists!  they too have
removed themselves from the spirit of the faith just like the jewish
leaders did in christ's time.  where jesus hung out with theives,
prostitutes, money collectors, and the rest of the riff raff, today's
fundamentalist christians are quicker to pull out the stones than they
are with a comforting (and accepting) hug.

but do not hang all christians in your war.

my .02,
crispian@writeme.com

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hey y'all-
i am the community service director at my school and i was intersted in doing
a benefit something or another for some sort of enviornmental org.  i know
there is hte but i was thinking more along the lines of greenpeace, etc.  if
anyone is heavily involved with such an orginization and could supply me with
some info or a phone number, etc.  i would greatly appreciate your help.
also- if you have any ideas for the benefit itself- i.e. volunteer work,
etc. it'd be a great help.  thanks!

-emily
ems420@aol.com

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indigo-girls@netspace.org
subject:  re: leviticus (way nigc)

no.  no.  no.  the philosophical difference between the old testament
and the new testament for christians is that christ came in the new
testament to bring us a new law under which we could live.
_______________________
this is the "new covenant" vs "old covenant" i've heard before. one
condtradiction is acceptance of this seems to imply
that its now ok to covet thy neighbors wife. the law of moses suddenly
becomes insignificant in this framework.

________________________
but mind you,  i am not defending the fundamentalists!  they too have
removed themselves from the spirit of the faith just like the jewish
leaders did in christ's time.  where jesus hung out with theives,
prostitutes, money collectors, and the rest of the riff raff,
__________________________
great, don't know if i'm a hanger-on or a member of the above

but do not hang all christians in your war.
________________________
who said anything about a war?

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tickets for the indigo girls at madison square garden, nyc for tuesday,
june 3rd go on sale next monday, 4/28 at 9:00 am through ticketbast... i
mean ticketmaster outlets in new york and connecticut (860-525-4500 is one
of several numbers).  tickets are $25 and $10, plus fees.

i may be able to get good extra tickets right when they go on sale.  email
me if interested.

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

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hey y'all-

any one alse feeling the pain 'cuase hey: it's a thorn to have been born a
little late.  (if you've heard it, i'm quoting susan werner.)

truly-
i've always felt like i'm not in the right place and born just a little too
late but now...it's getting to me 'cause i just can't pick up and go!!!!!!!

sorry- a quick vent 'cause i'm feeling all this pressure and i just want
drive!  (and to quote, amongst others, amy ray, ) "i just want to go, go, go,
go!!!!)  but like evry other time, i walk away!"

it's getting to me!!!!
-emily

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quick, what's the only song emily and amy have written together?


amy

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at 7:49 am -0400 4/23/97, poul verner wrote:
>snipped|||
>
>however, i don't want these posts about how idiotic leviticus is to add
>undue fuel to the fire of anti-christian or anti-religious sentiment.
>

thinking about leviticus in context it really isn't particularly idiotic
either.  speaking as a jew, much of religion (both judaism and religion in
general) is about seperating the sacred from the profane-not only
seperating one people from another (ie the laws of kashrut) but also
seperating holy activity from normal or even taboo activity.  that is the
function of leviticus.

>what i mean is, i'd hate for a person out there who is contemplating her or
>his faith to read these posts and think, "yeah...christians sure are
>stupid...what?  mixed fibers are illegal?  boy, what a bunch of freaks."
>
>to summarize, i just felt the need to stick up for my faith, and ask that
>when you read these posts, don't take the examples of (admittedly)
>pointless and archaic rules and assume that they characterize christians
>and christianity.
>

or actually that they characterize judaism, since even tohugh the "old"
testament is all for us, depending on which branch of judaism you belong to
you may take things in the bible more or less literally.

dan

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cynthia green, if you're on the list congratulations! blood quantum, the
only song they wrote together..


see you at the live x!


wahooo wahoo wahoo wahoo wahoo


raine

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on wed, 23 apr 1997, hsu amber r. batson wrote:

> okay, there are a few references to homosexuality as a sin in the new
> testament as well as the old testament. i think this is a person's
> personal choice. you decide if you think it's right or wrong because (i
<snip big long reply>
wrong the bible state man and man and man nad beast is wrong it doesnt say
anything about a woman and a woman

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so, i am wondering if there are any plans for the emily donation yet?  are
we going to vote?  are we abandoning the idea?  i'd like to vote, or else
let people choose among a few organizations.  i still vote for youthpride
because i'd rather support a small grassroots organization that might not
get much support.  since i get mailings from hforh all the time, i don't
feel like they are as needy as youthpride.  also, i feel that most
mainstream folks find it easy to support something like hforh, but not
as many would support yp.
g.
>
> for those who are not familiar at all for habitat for humanity, it is a
> non-profit organization which raises funds and materials, and skills to
> actually build beautiful houses for homeless, low income families in need.
> it provides a low mortgage and sells it at an affordable price (very
> affordable), and also provides (i think) assistance with organizing their
> finances/employment and career counseling.  (please correct me if i'm
> wrong.)  many corporations, small business and celebrities volunteer their
> resources and time...and the best part is the the local communities (hfh
> is everywhere), solicits local community members to volunteer as an
> integral part of building the homes.
>
>
> > hey kind friends!
> >
> >         my friend chasity says that emily has long supported habitat for
> > humanity.  maybe we could raise enough money to help someone refurbish their
> > home.  whatdayallthink?
> >
>

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i'd really appreciate it if this discussion of leviticus would be taken to
private email.  i don't want to watch the list go into yet another flame
war about christianity and homosexuality and other such things.

anna


anna, send me 5 bucks and i'll comply until then deal with it.

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>
>         1) the ppv venue will be great woods in mansfield, ma
>         2) the gw show is june 6th (we're gonna have a party)
>         3) word on the street (unconfirmed) is that the
>                 ppv event will be broadcast live
>         4a) given 3 true, look for the concert friday june 6th.
>         4b) given 3 false, it will be sometime after june 6th.
>
4a is definitely true, at least. at the 4/12 unh show, amy said very clearly
that the pay-per-view special would be on june 6th.
kirsten


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subject:      ?red rock dates

i've had a happy delete finger lately.  can someone tell me the date(s) that
the girls will be at red rock - in june?

and has anyone heard anymore about dates/when tickets go on sale for the
woodlands show in houston, tx?

thanks y'all
kris
klewis@msmail.is5.tch.tmc.edu

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i talked to the director lady yesterday and here's what i got--
yes, they're refunding tix, but only because if they do reschedule, it
won't be until next semester.  also, she said that ig were really upset
about cancelling, and since they did get paid for the show, they're trying to
work something out for fall.  she said she wouldn't know the date or
anything until in the summer, so refunding the money is the only option.
she seemed pretty confident that it'd be rescheduled, i just think she
didn't want to say anything that wasn't confirmed yet.  that's all i know
for now, but i just wanted to shed a glimmer of hope on everybody who was
supposed to go.
-anna

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hey y'all-

so i really want to pack up and go.....but i am having so many moral
dilemmas.....

i guess my biggest problem is my boyfriend.  i mean, it is because of him that
i feel like i can be me, and 51% of me is radical and liberal and free
spirited and carefree.....49% of me is logical and rational and solid.... well,
right now, the 51% is in charge, telling me to go out and soar and see and
be who i am while i still can.  i finally talked to him about this last night.
it took me a week or so to bring it up because i wanted to make sure that it
wasn't just a flighty phase.  and while i told him that college is over in
2 weeks, and i am feeling like this is my last opportunity to do something for
me before i become someone's "employee" or some school's "grad student" or
his "wife" or someone's "mom"  i need to do these things so i don't look back
in 15 years and have regret that i had opportunity and just pissed it down
the drain.

needless to say, he didn't get it.  and no flames here,a nd i don't mean it
in any slanderous way, but i truly believe it is because he is male and not
female.  i hear emily sing "she won't recover from her losses, she's not
chosen this path, but she watches who it crosses.." and all i can think is
that i do not want to take a path that i haven't chosen until i am damn
good and reay to choose it, because i don't want to have any losses (not
doing what i want to do, not being me) that i will not recover from.  i
hear this song and i think of my mom, a woman who gave up college for a
husband and children and looks back now, and while she is happy for the most
part, has regrets and sometimes longs to re-do her life.....

while emily sings this song in my heart, amy's passion and activism for
causes that i so strongly believe in (native americans, the environment,
women's rights) inspire me to go out and try to set the world on fire.  i
sometimes feel that my generation is so apathetic, and one of us needs to
get our asses moving to amke it a better place.  the problem is, we are all
sitting here not wanting to "shed our skin" and make a voice to benefit
those who need us to make a voice for them.....no one in washington listens
to the native americans, so it is our job as the people they do listen to
to give them a voice.  i hear emily tell me to throw the world off my
shoulders and amy encourage me to speak with passion......

and no one who is close to me understands this.....so what am i to do?


peace, love and ig dreams-
karrie

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>the indigos may even go to europe, ray said. "we're also doing small venues
>sponsored by high schools with only high school kids allowed."

yyyeeeeeeesssssss!!!!!!!!!!!

ok, i'm happier now..... even if my car stereo did eat my michelle malone
tape :)

sharon. a. jennings
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i have a slightly different idea for em's present. you know, usually when
we donate something, it's invariably money. as a single mother who works
full-time and has a full-time relationship, it's a lot easier for me to
write a check than do something. what would be much harder-and therefore,
in my sadistic way of thinking, much more valuable-is to donate time.

we all have ideas about which charity to support. how about this:

1. each of us who wanted to contribute to her present, chose a local
organization that we like
2. volunteer a few hours there
3. give em a coupon stating who you are, and what hours you volunteered for
which organization in her name as a present to her?

is this too wacky for consideration?

urvashi u.pitre@tcu.edu

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at 11:20 am 4/23/97 -0400, you wrote:
>i'd really appreciate it if this discussion of leviticus would be taken to
>private email.  i don't want to watch the list go into yet another flame
>war about christianity and homosexuality and other such things.
>
>anna
>
>>
>>
>>anna, send me 5 bucks and i'll comply until then deal with it.
>>

why would you send something like that?  not only is it insulting and
immature, it is a serious waste of a message.  i agree with anna.  if you
are having one of these discussions, do it in private.  i think i speak for
a lot of the people here when i say that i have no interest whatsoever in
hearing y'all babble anymore.  it has nothing to do woth the ig, so leave
it out of here.

miah

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ok, i have the info now.  the indigo girls will play at the worlds fair
park in knoxville, tn on may 22.  tickets go on sale this friday, the 25th
at 8:30am est.  they can be ordered at 423-656-4444 or puchased at any
ticketmaster outlet such as the disc exchange.  the price is $19 through
this sunday and then they will go up to $24.  all seating is general
admission. see ya at the show.

dimestore

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___________________________________________________
until i am damn good and reay to choose it, because i don't want to have
any losses (not doing what i want to do, not being me) that i will not
recover from.  i hear this song and i think of my mom, a woman who gave up
college for a husband and children and looks back now, and while she is
happy for the most part, has regrets and sometimes longs to re-do her
life.....

while emily sings this song in my heart, amy's passion and activism for
causes that i so strongly believe in (native americans, the environment,
women's rights) inspire me to go out and try to set the world on fire.  i
sometimes feel that my generation is so apathetic, and one of us needs to
get our asses moving to amke it a better place.  the problem is, we are all
sitting here not wanting to "shed our skin" and make a voice to benefit
those who need us to make a voice for them.....no one in washington listens
to the native americans, so it is our job as the people they do listen to
to give them a voice.  i hear emily tell me to throw the world off my
shoulders and amy encourage me to speak with passion......

and no one who is close to me understands this.....so what am i to do?
_____________________________________________________________
a: grow up
b: it is pretentious and superficial to attempt to pattern your life around
any pop song.
oh and guess what-you will grow up just like your mom. hell i grew up like
your mom too. everybody has regrets and wants to re-do & re-live.
nobody escapes that.
go ahead and try to "light the world on fire" but don't do it because amy
or emily would approve.
and the part about being male is bullshit-what an easy dissmissal.
and if you actually think you'll have some effect on washington's treatment
of indians do yourself a favor and jump out the window now-its more
efficient and
saves time.

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at 11:20 am 4/23/97 -0400, you wrote:
>i'd really appreciate it if this discussion of leviticus would be taken to
>private email.  i don't want to watch the list go into yet another flame
>war about christianity and homosexuality and other such things.
>
>anna
>
>>
>>
>>anna, send me 5 bucks and i'll comply until then deal with it.
>>

why would you send something like that?  not only is it insulting and
immature, it is a serious waste of a message.  i agree with anna.  if you
are having one of these discussions, do it in private.  i think i speak for
a lot of the people here when i say that i have no interest whatsoever in
hearing y'all babble anymore.  it has nothing to do woth the ig, so leave
it out of here.

miah
___________________________________________________________________________
__________

miah, why would you send something  like that? not only is it insulting and
immature buts its a serious waste of message(whatever the hell that means).
i agree with me and if the question is legit or even if its not if i want
to reply i will.

send me 10 bucks and i'll comply, until then kiss my ass.

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hi y'all!

does anyone have the date that the girls will be on rosie?

their on letterman on 4/30, right?

thanks!
lisa :)

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please note that my indigo girls page has moved from
http://www.clark.net/pub/indigo/indigo.html to:

        http://www.mindspring.com/~indigo/indigo.html

please update your web sites and bookmarks accordingly.

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> no.  no.  no.  the philosophical difference between the old testament
> and the new testament for christians is that christ came in the new
> testament to bring us a new law under which we could live.  "the two
> greatest commandments:  love the lord your god with all your heart, mind
> and sould.  and love thy neighbor as thyself."  blatantly not part of
> the "original" commandments - so jesus came to free people from the old
> testament-cloven hoof-shell fish-eye for an eye-laws.

you display a glaring lack of understanding of judaism.  please learn
about something and understand it before you attempt to criticize it.
"love the lord you god with all heart heart, mind and soul" is a direct
quote from the _old_ testament, one which jews still recite in prayer at
every service.  "love thy neighbor as thyself" is a philosophical part of
jewish thought which pre-dates jesus by a few hundred years.  it is at
least as old as rabbi a1kiva, who was also killed by the romans (a martyr
much like jesus, no less!)

jesus' thought and teachings derived directly from judaism's teachings.
he was, in a effect, a jewish preacher.  after he died and people decided
that he had been the son of god (and i pass no judgement as to whether
this is "true" or "false"), _then_ came the departure from judaism.  jesus
himself, including all his actions and statments, derive directly from
jewish thought.


david
davida@artsci.wustl.edu

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i apologize if this info has appeared recently.
can someone e-mail me or tell me where i can find
tour dates and venues for the seattle area?  thanks.

j.

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whoever forwarded a *double* copy of the american airlines thang, *please*
learn to edit your outgoing posts!  those of us on digest can't just delete
it halfway through.

thanks,
tom

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subject:      re: emily's present

in a message dated 97-04-23 12:49:04 edt, urvashi wrote:

<< 1. each of us who wanted to contribute to her present, chose a local
organization that we like
2. volunteer a few hours there
3. give em a coupon stating who you are, and what hours you volunteered for
which organization in her name as a present to her? >>

i think this is a really great idea!  although yes, it would require much
more effort than just writing a check!  but i'm sure there are plenty of
people who would like to donate but maybe can't afford to, this is a great
alternative!

kerry

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poul verner <pwehner@dps.com> wrote:
> a: grow up
> b: it is pretentious and superficial to attempt to pattern your life around
>  any pop song.
> oh and guess what-you will grow up just like your mom. hell i grew up like
> your mom too. everybody has regrets and wants to re-do & re-live.
> nobody escapes that.
> go ahead and try to "light the world on fire" but don't do it because amy
> or emily would approve.
> and the part about being male is bullshit-what an easy dissmissal.
> and if you actually think you'll have some effect on washington's treatment
>  of indians do yourself a favor and jump out the window now-its more
> efficient and
> saves time.
>
soooo, who here thinks that poul should go off and start his own mailing list,
one where only he is allowed to post? reply by private email with an aye or
nay, using an appropriate subject line.
kirsten (giving due credit to
http://packrat.aml.arizona.edu/~dsew/netwriting/no-exit.html for the
inspiration.)


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hey kids!
i will have some bracelets made from old guitar string nuts available for
sale at the au show.  i will be at applebee's with sue and the gang at 6 pm.
see me there or catch me at the show... section d, row 11, seat 5 or 6.
they are 8 - 10 dollars a piece.
see you there!
~~robin

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just a quick question....

what's amy's friend's name in soy??

"my friend .......?, she say me and jesus, we're of the same heart...the
only thing that keeps us distant..."

any clues from people who have the cd???

my friends and i have been bantering this one out for awhile....

-aim

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hey ya'll,
sorry for the waste of bw, but i'm thinking of transferring to sarah
lawrence next year and wondered if anyone attends there now?  eme
privately please!!!!!  thanks!

sara lynn

barnes_s@acadmn.mercer.edu

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should've tried a little harder not to hide . . . i take some things for
granted i never claimed to be gracious my point of view can seem slanted but
take me or leave me i'm not changin' a thing . . ."

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on wed, 23 apr 1997, poul verner wrote:

> ___________________________________________________
> until i am damn good and reay to choose it, because i don't want to have
> any losses (not doing what i want to do, not being me) that i will not
> recover from.  i hear this song and i think of my mom, a woman who gave up
> college for a husband and children and looks back now, and while she is
> happy for the most part, has regrets and sometimes longs to re-do her
> life.....
>
> while emily sings this song in my heart, amy's passion and activism for
> causes that i so strongly believe in (native americans, the environment,
> women's rights) inspire me to go out and try to set the world on fire.  i
> sometimes feel that my generation is so apathetic, and one of us needs to
> get our asses moving to amke it a better place.  the problem is, we are all
> sitting here not wanting to "shed our skin" and make a voice to benefit
> those who need us to make a voice for them.....no one in washington listens
> to the native americans, so it is our job as the people they do listen to
> to give them a voice.  i hear emily tell me to throw the world off my
> shoulders and amy encourage me to speak with passion......
>
> and no one who is close to me understands this.....so what am i to do?
> _____________________________________________________________
> a: grow up
> b: it is pretentious and superficial to attempt to pattern your life around
>  any pop song.

there is big difference between patterning your life after something and
being inspired by words.. how could inspiraton be pretentious and
superficial..

> oh and guess what-you will grow up just like your mom. hell i grew up like
> your mom too. everybody has regrets and wants to re-do & re-live.
> nobody escapes that.

no, you are wrong.. not everyone has regrets and wants to re-do their
life.. maybe you do though and you are jealous of someone who is living
her life the way she wants to.

> go ahead and try to "light the world on fire" but don't do it because amy
> or emily would approve.

  where are you getting this? that is not what she said.

> and the part about being male is bullshit-what an easy dissmissal.

  i actually agree with you on this one.. it's not because he's male..
it's because he lets logic and reason rule his life.  apparently you do
too since you seem to find her desire to live from the heart childish..but
look at where you are, regretting and wanting to re-do and re-live.

> and if you actually think you'll have some effect on washington's treatment
>  of indians do yourself a favor and jump out the window now-its more
> efficient and
> saves time.
>
  what are you doing to help the indians?

i hate it when people try to crush others dreams..
i have grown up with my father doing to samething to me..
he is miserble.. i am living by my own rules and i will never stop
dreaming.
thank you for reminding me why i fight. it's to overcome the oppression i
get from people like you, and to make sure i never end up like you.

emily

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<|       sing somebody do something anything soon i know i can't be the
  >\      whatever i am in the room.."
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at 12:40 am 4/23/97 -0700, seona bae wrote:

>for those who are not familiar at all for habitat for humanity, it is a
>non-profit organization which raises funds and materials, and skills to
>actually build beautiful houses for homeless, low income families in need.

unfortunately, they feel the need to incorporate christianity into their
workings.  i like the work they do, but i was dismayed when i donated money
to hfh and found christian junk mail (including hfh's verse-filled
newsletters) trickling into my mailbox.  i don't care if they're christian,
they can believe what they want.  but i'm atheist, and queer, and i feel a
wee bit uncomfortable giving money to christian organizations.  more
importantly, it doesn't require a christian ethic to help people like hfh
does, just a human one.

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>> i'd really appreciate it if this discussion of leviticus would be taken
>> to private email.  i don't want to watch the list go into yet
>> another flame war about christianity and homosexuality and other
>> such things.

> anna, send me 5 bucks and i'll comply until then deal with it.

gee, that's a little harsh! since the subject line says nigc and this really
isn't an issue that other's want to have to dig through...and more, since this
list is the *indigo girls* mailing list, perhaps you should at least consider
taking this thread to private mail.  i've been holding off on saying so for a
while, but i really don't want to wade through 30+ messages about religion or
personal beliefs either.

i thought the first request was polite, and since i've been flamed on this
list before for taking part in a thread that wasn't "ig content," it amazes me
that the same thing hasn't happened here.  hmm...

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        this is only my second post to the list and it is one of
importannce in my mind. unlike the debates going on about religion and or
the dreadful spelling thing ( whish for all you who check will find many a
fault with my grammer).  my isssue has to do with the seneca nation here
in western new york.  the new york state government wants to tax the
seneca's sales to non-natives on the reservations.  this breaks 200 year
old treaties that the seneca nation has with the us government.  as of now
there have been several peaceful protests and even some roits.  the most
recent was this past sunday april 20th.  the seneca blocked 4 major
roadways, one being the nys thruway with tire and car fires and even
sending 12 troopers to the hospitals for injurys.  the reason why i am
writing about this issue is that it doesn't seem to be getting anywhere.
ass far as i know the only media coverage that it has gotten was local
news here in western new york.  i wanted to be able to put this
information out there and this list was a good oportunity to share what is
happening to the seneca nation. i hope this post has enlightened a few
people, because the word needs to start somewhere.
        feel free to email me or post any responses to this issue, i will
try to get more information that is out there. i would also be happy for
suggestions of others, especially you new yorkers, to write the state
legislature or what not. thanks for listening...um..er..reading! :)

             life, love, laughter, and friendship
                      jen


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"its allright if you hate that way, hate me if i'm different, hate me if
i'm gay.truth of the matter will come around one day."

           - amy ray

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>
> "thanks for being patient with the new stuff," ray added. "you're probably
> saying, 'poor indigo girls, they screwed up.'"

actually, if i remember right, the exact quote was, "you're probably
saying, "those poor indigo girls, they keep fucking up."  emily said it,
not amy.  those darn reporters! :-)

yours,
chris ii

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> a: grow up
> b: it is pretentious and superficial to attempt to pattern your life
around >  any pop song.

there is big difference between patterning your life after something and
being inspired by words.. how could inspiraton be pretentious and
superficial..

> oh and guess what-you will grow up just like your mom. hell i grew up
like
> your mom too. everybody has regrets and wants to re-do & re-live.
> nobody escapes that.

no, you are wrong.. not everyone has regrets and wants to re-do their
life.. maybe you do though and you are jealous of someone who is living
her life the way she wants to.
_______________________________________________-
ooh pschycology watch out. anyone who doesn't look occasionally look back
and say "i should've done this"
is either emotionally retarded or a child.

> go ahead and try to "light the world on fire" but don't do it because amy
> or emily would approve.

  where are you getting this? that is not what she said.
  _________________________________________________________
  maybe it was the slavish blind acceptance of the divine godhood of emily
  and amy? hmm??

> and the part about being male is bullshit-what an easy dissmissal.

  i actually agree with you on this one.. it's not because he's male..
it's because he lets logic and reason rule his life.  apparently you do
too since you seem to find her desire to live from the heart childish..but
look at where you are, regretting and wanting to re-do and re-live.
______________________________________________________________
you got me... i'm not forest gump.
nice touch projecting negatives on to me too.

> and if you actually think you'll have some effect on washington's
treatment
>  of indians do yourself a favor and jump out the window now-its more
> efficient and
> saves time.
>
  what are you doing to help the indians?
  ____________________________________________________________
  i chew big red tobacco occasionally, and i happen to enjoy mexican food.

i hate it when people try to crush others dreams..
i have grown up with my father doing to samething to me..
he is miserble.. i am living by my own rules and i will never stop
dreaming.
thank you for reminding me why i fight. it's to overcome the oppression i
get from people like you, and to make sure i never end up like you.

emily
________________________________________________________________
sail on sweet swain-tell your dad i said hello..

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peoples...

what's going on here? isn't this a list to discuss ig and related topics?
is this a list to discuss what the bible says about homosexuality? is this
a list to attack people's personal convictions and thoughts that they
choose to share with us? if so, then i was gravely mistaken about this
list. i've been reading a lot of defensive and offensive and just plain
rudeness.

sing with me, y'all..."come on people now, smile on each other, everybody
get together, try to love one another right now..."

*please*?

shanna


shanna freeman                                         sfreeman@coe.uga.edu

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i will take my hate and turn it into love
i will take my anger and turn it into energy
i will walk down the street and i will hold my head up high
i will have love in my heart...and i will not be complacent. --amy ray

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hi karrie,

< and if you actually think you'll have some effect on washington's treatment
< of indians do yourself a favor and jump out the window now-its more
< efficient and saves time.

well that's certainly what the people who like exploiting native americans
would like you to believe. it is also what the ku klux klan wanted martin
luther king and metger evers to believe. but fortunately, they did not
believe it. neither did nelson mandela. differences can be made, and they are
made by individuals. that's why people of color now are have legal equality
in our country. not that bigotry is gone, but now it is the bigots who are
on the outside looking in. there are also, right now, differences are being
made  by people like ellen degenerous in the way gay people are treated in this
country. there is no reason to believe that you couldn't effect the way we
treat native americans. in fact, changes are happening right now. just ask the
people at hte about fights that have been won, agreements reached, and ongoing
battles. they can send you a list.

< right now, the 51% is in charge, telling me to go out and soar and see and
< be who i am while i still can.  i finally talked to him about this last night.
< it took me a week or so to bring it up because i wanted to make sure that it
< wasn't just a flighty phase.  and while i told him that college is over in
< 2 weeks, and i am feeling like this is my last opportunity to do something for
< me before i become someone's "employee" or some school's "grad student" or
< his "wife" or someone's "mom"  i need to do these things so i don't look back
< in 15 years and have regret that i had opportunity and just pissed it down
< the drain.
<<
<< a. grow up
<<

there is nothing immature about wanting to have a life before you give it up.
what is childish is to throw away any chance you have at having a full and
rewarding life for the passion of a moment.

< oh and guess what-you will grow up just like your mom. hell i grew up like
< your mom too. everybody has regrets and wants to re-do & re-live.

if she allows herself to become barefoot a pregnant for no better reason than
the fact that her boy friend doesn't approve of her pursuing something more
fulfilling than mopping the kitchen floor, then you can be sure she will
grow up just like her mom.  you can't want a re-do if you never "do" in the
first place.

< b: it is pretentious and superficial to attempt to pattern your life around
< any pop song.

certainly it would be foolish for a person to try and mold their life into the
pattern of a song, the same as it would be foolish to pattern your life after
a soap-opera. but there is absolutely nothing wrong with finding inspiration
in a song. no more than there is anything wrong in finding inspiration in a
speech by someone like john kennedy or martin luther king, or finding it in the
life of someone like albert switzer, or anne frank. the only limits you have
are the ones you put upon yourself. if you tell your mind that it is foolish
to listen to the message of a song, your mind will agree, but if you tell it
that this song is talking about life the way it ought to be, your mind will
accept that as well. you set the limit yourself. if all you can see yourself
being is someone's wife, then that's all you will be. and accepting this
limitation on yourself certainly insulates you from having to take any risk.
but, if you can see yourself as an activist, and find out what other people
do to become an activist, and pattern your life after these positive examples,
then you will become an activist as easily as you might have become a house
wife. its all up to you.

as far as your boy friend, i'm sorry but having little experience in this area
there's not a lot i can tell you. it seems to me that if you love him, and you
feel he is worth your while, you should endeavor to make him a part of your
new life. if not, then the problem with the relationship is not something that
is being caused by your wanting to grow, but something that was there already.


good luck,

trant

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at 01:40 pm 4/23/97 -0400, you wrote:
>at 12:40 am 4/23/97 -0700, seona bae wrote:
>
>unfortunately, they feel the need to incorporate christianity into their
>workings.  i like the work they do, but i was dismayed when i donated money
>to hfh and found christian junk mail (including hfh's verse-filled
>newsletters) trickling into my mailbox.  i don't care if they're christian,
>they can believe what they want.  but i'm atheist, and queer, and i feel a
>wee bit uncomfortable giving money to christian organizations.  more
>importantly, it doesn't require a christian ethic to help people like hfh
>does, just a human one.

true, but it does allow them to make the point that if every church in
america would build one house. thjere would be enogh housing for everyone.
personally i love hfh because they do something. rathjer thsan lobby others
to do something; however, i still don't believ that the homless problem is
just a housing problem. still elliminating the housing problem is a good start.

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you know you've spent too much time here when you understand the
subject line =)

once upon a time someone created a colection of amy stream of concience
happenings, mainly chickenman and touch me fall,  and put them on the web.
if someone knows the url, could you let me know?

                                thank you!

                                   chris

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subject:      jen kim please read--nigc

sorry for wasted bandwidth...

jen kim, please email me!

thank you!
court

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shanna wrote:
>
> peoples...
>
> what's going on here? isn't this a list to discuss ig and related topics?
> is this a list to discuss what the bible says about homosexuality? is this
> a list to attack people's personal convictions and thoughts that they
> choose to share with us? if so, then i was gravely mistaken about this
> list. i've been reading a lot of defensive and offensive and just plain
> rudeness.


i guess i didn't see a problem with airing at least the brunt of this
discussion within the context of the list because side topics like this
shed a lot of light on who ig fans really are.  i mean threads about
deserted islands, elevators, and such are cool and i luv reading 'em.
sometimes, though, it's equally cool to hear people's opinions and
positions on big stuff too.

sorry if i was wrong.

scott
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were not here, and hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks that
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> a: grow up
> b: it is pretentious and superficial to attempt to pattern your life around
>  any pop song.
> oh and guess what-you will grow up just like your mom. hell i grew up like
> your mom too. everybody has regrets and wants to re-do & re-live.
> nobody escapes that.
> go ahead and try to "light the world on fire" but don't do it because amy
> or emily would approve.
> and the part about being male is bullshit-what an easy dissmissal.
> and if you actually think you'll have some effect on washington's treatment
>  of indians do yourself a favor and jump out the window now-its more
> efficient and
> saves time.


whoa!

   you are way out of line.  i cannot believe what you said- "jump out the
window now".  you are encouraging this person to nbe complacent.  maybe that
works for you, but other people have dreams and goals in their life that they
want to fulfill, which cannot hapen if they are complacent.
   another point: one person can make a difference.  with education and
determination, we can all at least attempt to help.
   you need to educate yourself on the people you refer to as "indians" (along
with many other areas you need to really work on: compassion, open-mindedness,
and you inability to get off your butt and try to help.)  "indian" is a term
that was made up by the white government to lump together all aboriginal
indigenous people.  it is a very negative term, and implies that these people
are "savage".  unless you are told by an indigenous person to call them an
"indian", you are showing yourself as an uneducated creep.
   learn to love other people's dreams, cultures, and people's want and need to
make where we live a peaceful place.

amanda

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* that emptiness brings fullness    *
* and loss of love brings wholeness *
* to us all."  a. ray               *
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i have a feeling that i may just be a bit slow, but what does nigc stand for?

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okay y'all, my turn here.  right now several of our fellow listees are
composing letters about the different organizations that were offered up for
emily's b'day.  they will then send the letters to me and i will post all
the letters this weekend.  you will then all have a week to vote for your
favorite organization (the tallying will be done by me through private email
only, not on the list, so don't worry about that).  i will post the winner
sometime after the voting has been cut off (i don't know exactly what day
but i'm hoping for may 5th).  so there ya go, just hold on for a couple of
days and you can all let me know which organization you want (boy, i can't
wait to handle all that email ;) ),

love,
mandi


>so, i am wondering if there are any plans for the emily donation yet?  are
>we going to vote?  are we abandoning the idea?  i'd like to vote, or else
>let people choose among a few organizations.  i still vote for youthpride
>because i'd rather support a small grassroots organization that might not
>get much support.  since i get mailings from hforh all the time, i don't
>feel like they are as needy as youthpride.  also, i feel that most
>mainstream folks find it easy to support something like hforh, but not
>as many would support yp.
>g.

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does anyone know anything about a rumor,
that the indigo girls wil be on pay per view ?

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what's your problem, poul? i think you're acting like a jerk. and that
last message about having someone jump out the window to save time just
sucked. why do you have to treat other people like s**t just because you
might be having a bad day. i completely feel for the girl who needs to
get a grip on her life. i'm exactly the same, and i don't think it's your
place to completly slam her down like that. miah, i think you should
ignore him too. i don't understand why cruel people like you, poul, are
even on this list. i seriously think you should get your little ass out
of here, as none of us self- respecting ig listers would stoop low enough
to kiss yours.

on wed, 23 apr 1997 12:51:50 -0400 poul verner <pwehner@dps.com> writes:
>at 11:20 am 4/23/97 -0400, you wrote:
>>i'd really appreciate it if this discussion of leviticus would be
>taken to
>>private email.  i don't want to watch the list go into yet another
>flame
>>war about christianity and homosexuality and other such things.
>>
>>anna
>>
>>>
>>>
>>>anna, send me 5 bucks and i'll comply until then deal with it.
>>>
>
>why would you send something like that?  not only is it insulting and
>immature, it is a serious waste of a message.  i agree with anna.  if
>you
>are having one of these discussions, do it in private.  i think i
>speak for
>a lot of the people here when i say that i have no interest whatsoever
>in
>hearing y'all babble anymore.  it has nothing to do woth the ig, so
>leave
>it out of here.
>
>miah
>___________________________________________________________________________
>__________
>
>miah, why would you send something  like that? not only is it
>insulting and
>immature buts its a serious waste of message(whatever the hell that
>means).
>i agree with me and if the question is legit or even if its not if i
>want
>to reply i will.
>
>send me 10 bucks and i'll comply, until then kiss my ass.
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okay, friends, since i have three term papers to write and two exams to
take within the next three weeks, it's time for me to say goodbye.  if i
owe you calendars, please feel free to email me privately.  i've enjoyed
the conversations in this group and hope to get back on when i'm home and
have time again (oh happy day). one more thing...about discussions about
god, islands, etc...i think that the indigo girls want their music to not
only entertain, but to inspire, teach, and provoke thought.  and that's
just what some (not all,but some) of the tangents have been doing.  we can
all learn from each other...and if we respect each other while voicing our
opinions, we can become a list-serv that is truly a community dedicated to
broadening our horizons.  i think i've learned something while i've been
here...i hope that if i come back, i'll get to continue in that process.

sincerely,
gretchen hoff
hoff@fas.harvard.edu
"everywhere i turn all the beauty just keeps shaking me"

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subject:      lilith fair (sigc)
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hey y'all--

  sorry for asking this, because i know it was posted about two weeks
ago...but does anyone have the lilith fair dates?  i have become way too
delete happy b/c of all the junk mail i now receive......
lauren
who last night went to a bush concert and remembered why she loves folk music
so much....

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at 12:48 pm 4/23/97 -0400, poul verner <pwehner@dps.com> wrote:

>oh and guess what-you will grow up just like your mom. hell i grew up like
>your mom too. everybody has regrets and wants to re-do & re-live.
>nobody escapes that.

as ani says in "out of range" (quoting from memory here): "i was locked
into being my mother's daughter/ i was just eating bread and water/
thinking nothing ever changes/ and i was shocked/ to see the mistakes of
each generation just fade like a radio station/ ...you just gotta drive out
of range..."

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hi, all,

i asked about this awhile back and didn't get any response, but i thought
i'd try again.  did anyone boot ferron's opening set at eugene?  or did
anyone even have the set list?  i'm looking for her albums to see what they're
like, and i thought i'd start with one that had some of the songs i heard and
liked at the show.

tom
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okay, i have a few questions:

1) how can i get my grubby little hands on a "shaming of the sun"
vinyl?  none of the music stores in abilene, texas deal with vinyls.

2) does anyone know anything about the girls going to new mexico this
summer? - i'm going to be out of town while they're in texas, so nm is
the closest to me.

3) does anyone have the tab/chords to burn all the letters? if so, would
you send them via private email?

thanks,
amber

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ok, y'all!

i just want to send a "thanks" to everyone who has privately mailed me
with support and encouragement about my "girl with the weight" post.  i
want to make one clarification.....

not in 10 billion years would i deem my boyfriend a hinderance, or think
because he is male is doesn't want me to reach for the sky.  it is because
of him and his love and support that i feel i can be me and do what i dream.
i know he loves me and always will love me.  but he doesn't understand why
a job or being a wife or having kids would make me lose my autonomy, and that
is why i said it was because he was male he didn't understand, because
historically (and presently) speaking, in a lot of cases, when those things
occur in a woman's life, she does feel a loss of self.  she loses her last
name (yes, i know this is by choice...i am generalizing here! ;)  ), she
becomes a caretaker of children (yes, many men help in this, but mothers
do a lot also) and a job is just time consuming.  i don't think, as a guy,
that mike fully grasps this, because he doesn't lose a small piece of him
when all this occurs.  i know this isn't the case for all, it is a
generalization, but i, as a person, am afraid of being one of those people
in that generalization because of the person i am.

i do realize however, that that is something i need to work on for myself.
again, i just wanted to say thanks to all......

please, no flames about the gender thing.  it is my feeling for my life,
not my feeling for all.  except, of course, you poul.  flame away.  i
actually enjoy reading things from those who have nothing else to discuss on this list except their own superiority.  i welcome the opinion of the insensitive
and the ignorant.

and amy and emily would love the fact you said they were gods.  only those of
us who are educated would argue that the word "goddess" is correct terminology.

peace, love and ig smiles to all-
karrie

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my heart is heavy with a sadness.

there is this beautiful gift in the world. a gift we can all share with
each other. if we pass this gift from ourselves to others, it grows and
strengthens, becomes more beautiful. this gift is music. but it's more.
it's music full of love and meaning. love of our world, our planet,
ourselves, our families, our communities, our neighbors and the people
on the street we don't even know. it is music full of questions and
answers and ideas.  it is music full of challenges. the challenge to
grow, to accept that which we disagree with or do not understand. to
explore ourselves. this is such an amazing gift, this music. a gift to
cherish and to share.

and yet, there is this sadness in my heart. a sadness to see my brothers
and sisters, who i come here to meet and to share this gift with,
fighting and squabling. expressing such anger and acrimony over things
such as spelling errors and differences in theological ideologies. this
makes me sad.

we have been given an amazing opportunity here. the opportunity to
share, to communicate, to exchange our thoughts, our feelings, our ideas
about the wonderful gift of the music of emily saliers and amy ray. and
yet  it seems as though we are instead choosing to express hatred and
intolerance.

we, all of us, choose how we express ourselves. how we represent
ourselves to each other and to the world. is this how we truly want to
be represented? is this the face we wish to present to the universe? do
we really want folks to come away from the experience of this list
thinking "oh, those indigo girls fans, they flamed me for.....".

are the emotions and feelings we wish to share with each other really
anger?  acrimony? intolerance?

is this what we are about?

i don't think so. i hope not. if so then the world is in deeper trouble
than i had previously thought and we are not the people i thought we
were.

my heart is heavy a sadness.

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dan perkins

"i have no need for anger with intimate strangers.."
                           amy ray
"if the world is night, shine my life like a light"
                           emily saliers

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i don't know if my first message got through because i never saw it and
i'm still getting mesages requesting it, but the disappear fear cd is
gone. sorry all- sorry +2 if this is a repeat :)

lots of love and  flowers being thrown on a grumpy list ....
yawp yawp yawp

emily

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hey y'all!

so, i'm reading the boston herald today...the "inside track" (basically,
it's a gossip column kinda thing...what's it to you....i needed a vegetable
break...) and this is what i read (reprinted without permission):

"emily saliers of the indigo girls checked out the brew moon in cambridge
with a bunch of pals the other night after the girls' gig at mama kin.
after she left, we hear a frantic fan walked over to her table and swiped
emily's used napkin!  agh!"

ok, which one of you "frantic fans" that went to mama kin took emily's used
napkin?  eeeeeeeeewwwwwww!  come on, fess up!  (i hope it was at least her
dinner napkin and not a kleenex!)

ok, that's enough grossness for one day......

have a good one!

joni :o)

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subject:      re: girl with the weight of the world in her hands....
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on wed, 23 apr 1997, kirsten chevalier wrote:

> poul verner <pwehner@dps.com> wrote:
> > a: grow up
> > b: it is pretentious and superficial to attempt to pattern your life around
> >  any pop song.
> > oh and guess what-you will grow up just like your mom. hell i grew up like
> > your mom too. everybody has regrets and wants to re-do & re-live.
> > nobody escapes that.
> > go ahead and try to "light the world on fire" but don't do it because amy
> > or emily would approve.
> > and the part about being male is bullshit-what an easy dissmissal.
> > and if you actually think you'll have some effect on washington's treatment
> >  of indians do yourself a favor and jump out the window now-its more
> > efficient and
> > saves time.
> >
> soooo, who here thinks that poul should go off and start his own mailing list,
> one where only he is allowed to post? reply by private email with an aye or
> nay, using an appropriate subject line.
> kirsten (giving due credit to
> http://packrat.aml.arizona..edu/~dsew/netwriting/no-exit.html for the
> inspiration.)
>
come on now... this person has just as much right to be here as anyone
else does. in fact, i think that poul has some good points. life is waaay
too important to let it be defined by some pop song.

sure, i think that poul may be a little heavy handed, but i'm certain that
some people here agreed with what is being said.

if the list kicks poul off, then the list is not a place that celebrates
diversity, in fact, it becomes what it hates -- intolerant. even though i
may not agree with everything poul (or you, or someone else) says, i will
defend to the death their right to say it.

beyond that, some of the things that are discussed here are really stupid
(like the desert island, who's cuter, how to deal with your amy/emily
crush, etc.)! let's get real here, folks...

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from:         dawn kivisto <avedyke@aol.com>
subject:      re: girl with the weight of the world in her hands....

<slamming hammer against large bell repeatedly>

dingdingdingdingdingdingding  end of round 1

please for the love of god can we stop this war...or at least take it
private?

i for one can understand where the poor girl is coming from, but i at least
responded privately...i didn't cut and snip her post to death, and then pick
her apart...

nor did i cut and snip that post to death, and pick poul apart....

nor did i cut and snip that post to death......you get the point.

drop it.  please.  i seriously doubt that the entire list wants to be privy
to this little rampage y'all are on.

dawn

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karrie the queen of the soapbox <k645501b@edinboro.edu> wrote:
> subject: re: girl with the weight of the world in her hands....

> while emily sings this song in my heart, amy's passion and activism for
>...
> and no one who is close to me understands this.....so what am i to do?
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
> then a tid-bit from poul verner <pwehner@dps.com>:

> a: grow up
> b: it is pretentious and superficial to attempt to pattern your life
around
>  any pop song.
> oh and guess what-you will grow up just like your mom. hell i grew up
like
> your mom too. everybody has regrets and wants to re-do & re-live.
> nobody escapes that.
> go ahead and try to "light the world on fire" but don't do it because amy
> or emily would approve.
> and the part about being male is bullshit-what an easy dissmissal.
> and if you actually think you'll have some effect on washington's
treatment
>  of indians do yourself a favor and jump out the window now-its more
> efficient and
> saves time.

whoa nellie!!!  this sure isn't a way to support a fellow lister!  man, did
you get up on the wrong side of the bed this morning?  this is a person
who's asking for support and opinions.  she doesn't need crap from a
stranger...she's asking for help.  you should chill out dude.

try offering an ounce of help instead of a pound of attitude.  you're not
impressing anyone.

peace,
- jen hall

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karrie the queen of the soapbox <k645501b@edinboro.edu wrote:

> and amy and emily would love the fact you said they were gods.  only
those of
> us who are educated would argue that the word "goddess" is correct
terminology.

you go girl!!!

peace,
- jen hall

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i just thought i'd let ya'll know i'm signing off because of all of the
crap lately...but i'm tired of getting 50 e-mails a day that are ya'll
bitching at each other...if anyone wants to talk about concert info or
reviews of shows or the new cd when it comes out...or even how you
haven't heard the single yet (i haven't)...please e-mail me...

rachel

p.s.  if anyone knows when any of the tickets for any of the texas shows
go on sale please e-mail me.

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date:         wed, 23 apr 1997 19:15:39 -0400
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from:         rose west <rosebudd36@aol.com>
subject:      re: nigc - i hate discussing this subject/leviticus

i know i chose to not partake in this discussion but i say as long as it
saids nigc
anything is game.  if it is nigc can we really tell anyone to take it to
private mail?  i don't think so.  as long as its a discussion, its fair game.
wheverver i see a subject line that i don't want to waste time with....i use
my delete button...its very useful.
although, i must admit its not quite as easy for those on the digest.

just my .02 cents...okay i don't really have .02 cents....put it on my tab
;-)

have an indigo day....

rose

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reply-to:     britt*! <bpangbor@linknet.kitsap.lib.wa.us>
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i made a boo boo and i fell *stupid*!!!

i thought the lyrics i needd were from soy, but apparently they are not! i
need the full lyrics for whatever song has the "you hate my cause i'm
different, you hate my cause i'm gay" line... sorry for the inconvenience,
people... but thank you for the soy lyrics! i appreciate those, too!

*blushing*
           britt

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can anyone tell me if the indigo girls are touring in ohio this summer or in
any of the surrounding states?  let me know where and time if you find
anything out.

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subject:      rosie

hi all i am a big rosie fan and wanted to tell you that the ig is going to be
on the rosie odonell show friday may 2
love
beth

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i don't know if this has already been posted, but according to rosie's site
on aol the indigo girls will be on her show on may 2 (friday) with luke
perry (yay??). anyway...i can't wait!!!
=)
sherri

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it seems that most of us are in agreement that the religious thread and some
of the topics that have been of a fairly personal nature should be taken to
private mail.  perhaps we should all lighten up a bit.  i agree that
discussion of some of the bigger topics is often a good thing.  i also agree
that there are, at times, topics that are "young" in nature.

i've been flamed my fair share of times over the last couple of years.  i also
know that people are generally very nice...until topics arise that are close
to someone's heart.  when we choose to talk about religion, politics, sex or
anything else of that nature, we step up to that line between personal and
public.  what we hold dear or consider personal is often times the same thing
that divides us.  this is part of being diverse.  (a small part)

many people on this list will tell you that if you don't want to see the
messages in a certain thread, delete them.  this is a good practice in
general, but just what do you do when someone changes the subject line?  what
do you do with people who write subjects that are misleading?  and what do you
do about the people who change the subject in the original thread without
changing the subject line.

the point is simple.  there are an awful lot of people out here who don't have
the luxury of deleting mail or who would rather not have to censor their mail
before they read it.  if we are all considerate of others in using subject
lines that mean something, we could help in this.  in addition, can we all try
a little harder to not pass judgement on one another.  we all have differing
opinions and views, and in sharing them or in reading something someone else
has shared, remember that what lies behind that is a person with emotions.

oh, and poul, don't let the name fool you.  i prefer not to let anyone know
whether i'm a man or woman.  what difference should it make?

--marty


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reply-to:     kirsten chevalier <kirsten@spike.wellesley.edu>
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from:         kirsten chevalier <kirsten@spike.wellesley.edu>
subject:      (nigc) the poul issue: 16 ayes, 1 nay

within less than 6 hours of my request for opinions on whether or not poul
should go start his own list where only he is allowed to post, i've received
16 aye votes and 1 nay. i think this speaks for itself.

i'll be contacting those of you who voted aye privately, to get your consent
for me to compile your responses into a "petition" of sorts to send to the
list manager. i realize that blocking someone from posting to the list is an
extreme measure, but in all the time i've been on this list (1 year and
counting), there has never been a single person posting as many inflammatory
words as poul has, and it seems like it's time to do something.
kirsten

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ok...
first and foremost.... does anyone have the lyrics to it's alright????
i need it for a project(which is due before sots comes out....)
        second... i have been on this list for awhile now.... and this is
the first time i have felt the need to write.... seriously..why why why is
there a need to discuss the morality of homosexuality on this list??? of
all the list that excist i would think (and hope) that this would be one
plave where people would respect eachothers sexuality and not try to press
their restrictive religious views on people..... come on people- this is
completely stupid pointless and really irritating. i am on this list to
discuss ig's and igc.... not my sexuality or my views on religion...
        take it to private email or keep it to yourselves!
thanks... sorry to bitch an moan....
-em*!

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the official unofficial listee web site, formerly known as...

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the old address will continue to work for a while, but the counter will
only record visits to the new one, so please update your links when you
get a chance.  (it's as good a way as any to put off studying for finals
and writing papers...*grin*)

newest addition to the site:

    "mapping," featuring a link to

           deb reiser's fabulous shaming of the sun tour archive


you're procrastinating anyway if you're reading this, so why not browse
through *color me indigo* and then spend some time visiting deb's new
creation....


later y'all,
audrey
*wondering why her web sites get more attention than her academics

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since i haven't seen a post yet, i'll announce it:
the auburn show on friday has been postponed!!! emily is sick and they
postponed the show until sometime in may.the tentative dates are eihter
may 20 or 21...sorry to all
beck

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subject:      ig on rosie - the date is set!

hey y'all!

perusing the upcoming rosie guest schedule, looky what i found:

friday, may 2
actor luke perry (from the miniseries "robin cook's invasion")
musical group indigo girls performs

set your vcr's for may 2nd!  whoo hoo!  finally!

have a schmabulous nite everyone!  yay!

joni  :o)

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hi everyone,

i was wondering if anyone had made a boot of the melissa ferrick concert in
atlanta last saturday night?  i heard she did a cover of "blood and fire",
and would love to hear it :)

if you did boot the show, please email me, and we could work out a trade.
thanks!!

peace,
shelley

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tom, if i were you and were contemplating my first ferron cd, i'd probably
go with her most recent one, still riot.  on that one and phantom center
the indigo chicks guest and it's more positive. plus, since those are
recent, she probably played those songs at eugene.

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alas, it is my sad task to pass this news along. i heard it through a friend of a friend and got to the auburn website and saw it for myself. :-(

here is the url:

http://www.auburn.edu/~upc/concert.html

and here's what it says:

due to illness, the indigo girls concert scheduled for april 25, 1997 has
been postponed!!! the concert will be scheduled for either may 20 or 21,
1997. we are sorry for any inconvenience, but it is obviously beyond the
control of upc.

you can still buy tickets up until the day of the show. the tickets you have
now are good for the later date. if you have tickets and want a refund, you
must get that refund at the point of purchase. if the tickets were
bought in birmingham, you must get a refund in birmingham. if you
charged your tickets and do not have them yet, please call ticketlink at
1-800-277-1700. if you have block tickets purchase through the upc office,
please call the upc office asap for information. block tickets are still good,
but to get a refund, you must come to the upc office.

please feel free to call the upc office at 844-5292 or email us at
upc@mail.auburn.edu for more information. as well, this page will have the
most up to date information available.

bad news, huh? here's hoping whoever is sick gets better fast. it must be bad to force them to postpone a friday night show on wednesday. it's not like the girls have a big history of cancelling shows!

sigh.

peace,

susan
and
jocelyn

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hey everyone,

this is getting out of hand.  the following is an
excerpt from the indigo girls mailing list faq.
please read it!  the posting guidelines were written
with a view to keeping the list "on track" - i know
that some of you feel that any nigc discussion is
fair game for the list, but please spare a minute to
think about people who have limited time to read
email per day and who would prefer that time to be
spent reading indigo-related messages, rather than
ploughing through all this flamage.

we also recommend that you read through the list faq
in its entirety, and also read through the indigo
girls faq itself.  both these faqs can be found on
the web at http://www.fl.net.au/~sherlyn/ig or via
anonymous ftp at space.mit.edu/pub/cmb/ig.

take care all,
sherlyn


[begin excerpt]
the guidelines for posting on the indigo girls mailing list are as
follows:

1) read the indigo girls faq before posting questions to the list
(see below for instructions on obtaining the faq.)

2) check your message headers
if your message is intended for the whole list, make sure the address
in the "to:" field is the list address, "indigo-girls@netspace.org".
if your message is a private response to a message that was sent to
the whole list, make sure the "to:" field contains the address of the
person to whom you wish to reply.

also make sure that the subject line is appropriate to the content of
your message.  adding "nigc" to the subject if your message is not
indigo girls related is also a good idea (more about this below).

3) delete all irrelevant text from quoted replies
delete any irrelevant sections of any quoted material before sending
your message to the list.  this includes other peoples' signatures,
any text that does not pertain to the topic, and any message headers.

4) read through all your mail before you reply
read through all your mail before you jump in with a reply to a
question that's been asked, in case the answer has already been
posted.  also, if you want to reply to several different messages it
is often a good idea to consolidate your replies into one long
message rather than sending several short ones.

5) use private email where appropriate
remember that the purpose of the list is to discuss the music of
indigo girls, so if your message is private or is not indigo girls
related, it may not always be appropriate to send it to the entire
list.

this does not mean that off-topic discussion is not welcome on the
list.  on the contrary, sometimes off-topic subjects are interesting
and even relevant (for example, discussing a local band or looking
for bootlegs of certain shows).  however, please try to limit
discussion to subjects that have at least some relevance to the music
of indigo girls.

6) mark non-indigo girls-related messages "nigc"
if you are sending a message to the list that is not directly indigo
girls related, you should mark the header "nigc", eg. "looking for ed
smith (nigc)".  this indicates that your message has no indigo girls
content.  again, try to limit the discussion to subjects that have at
least some relevance to the music of indigo girls.  for example, nigc
does not mean "well, there's no ig discussion, so let's talk about
movies/hair styles/candy bars!"

7) do not post gossip about amy and emily
we respect amy and emily and their right to privacy.  therefore,
please do not post any sort of gossip about their private lives to
the list.  note that this includes reports of "sightings", such as
"i saw amy at the supermarket last night!"

8) keep your signature short
keep your signature short (anything up to four or six lines is
considered short), or, if it's long and you don't want to change it,
turn it off when posting to the list.

9) think before you flame, and if you must flame, use private email
if someone says something on the list that you simply cannot agree
with, it's often a good idea to think things over for a day or so
before flaming in reply.

if you must flame, do so via private email.  if you send a flame to
the entire list you run the risk of being flamed by many other people
in retaliation.  remember too that if you send a flame, it reflects
not only on the person that you are flaming, but also on yourself.

10) avoid "me too!" posts
messages which are nothing more than an entire quoted message
followed by "me too!" waste bandwidth and contribute nothing to the
development of a conversation.  if you feel that you must send this
sort of post, you should either send it via private email or else
make sure that your message has other content as well.

11) avoid hoax emails, cross-posts, chain letters, etc
there are a few hoax emails that are constantly being forwarded
around the internet.  obviously, if you are sent one of these, do not
forward it to the mailing list.  some of the most common hoaxes are:
    - warnings about viruses called "pkzip.300", "penpal greetings"
        and "good times"
    - a request for "get well" cards for a young boy with leukemia
    - a message purportedly containing a recipe from mrs field's
        cookies
    - various "get rich quick" and "make money fast" schemes

also, please refrain from forwarding cross-posts (messages which are
sent to many unrelated forums at once), chain letters, humor stories
or large files to the list.  if you would like to share this sort of
message with the list, first post a short note describing the content
of the message and offering to forward it to anyone who is
interested.  if enough people express interest you may want to then
forward the message to the list.  however, please do not
indiscriminately forward these sorts of files to the list.

12) how to deal with spam
"spam" is the common term for junk emails (usually advertising)
which are sent to large sections of the internet at a time.  these
posts are annoying but unfortunately hard to avoid.  if you receive
a spam email from the list, you should either ignore it or send your
reply directly to the original poster.  do not post complaints or
flames to the list.  while it is almost guaranteed that everyone on
the list is as annoyed as you are, the resultant spate of flame
emails is often more annoying than the original spam itself.

13) how to conduct surveys over the list
if you want to conduct any kind of survey over the list, you should
present your idea to the list and ask people to send their responses
to you via private email.  you can then compile the data and post
the results to the list at a later date.  this keeps the volume of
email on the list down.

14) what to do if you think the list is dead
the list server dies from time to time and is always restarted as
soon as the problem is discovered.  if you're not sure whether the
server is still running you should refrain from posting until you
receive proof that the server is up.  sending "is the list running?"
messages is pointless if the list is not running and a waste of
bandwidth if it is.  if you want to confirm whether or not other
people have been receiving list mail, privately mail someone from the
list and ask them instead.

if you haven't been receiving list mail, another possibility is that
you have been dropped from the subscription list (this also happens
from time to time).  use the "review" command to see who is
subscribed to the list.  if your name is not there you will need to
resubscribe.
[end excerpt]

=-=-=-=-=-=-=- sherlyn koo - sherlyn@fl.net.au -=-=-=-=-=-=-=
"allow me someday to touch you,
  the way that you've all touched me.
  i thank you for your expressions;
  your music has set me free."          - happy rhodes

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reply-to:     cojehali@aol.com
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from:         cojehali@aol.com
subject:      re: christianity discussion

in a message dated 97-04-23 15:15:47 edt, you write:

<< >i'd really appreciate it if this discussion of leviticus would be taken
to
>private email.  i don't want to watch the list go into yet another flame
>war about christianity and homosexuality and other such things. >>

thought i'd break down and put my $.02 cents in here, because *i'm* actually
quite fascinated by this whole discussion (not just the leviticus
part)....and i think discussing this issue is every bit as relevant as
discussing any of the social issues that amy and/or emily are involved
with.....the girls' activism and willingness to speak out on sensitive issues
is one of the things that draws me to them, it's an important element in
their music, and it's one of the things that keeps me so interesting in
reading this list every day (despite the fact that there are always tons of
messages to go thru and i really should be spending some of that time doing
homework!!)  as long as we can respect each others' opinions and discuss
these issues without resorting to flames, there's probably a lot that each of
us could learn from a discussion on this subject!   so i just wanted to give
a little *positive* feedback to those involved in the discussion....... :)

-connie

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i'm wondering if anyone knows exact dates for ig on mtv unplugged 1990,
letterman 1995 (performing least complicated), letterman (1993?) (performing
bmhawk)

and the venue for jcs austin (mar 20 1995)

thanks!
lori


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from:         brian beasley <bbeas48@aol.com>
subject:      re: girl with the weight of the world in her hands....

in a message dated 97-04-23 17:24:53 edt, you write:

<< "indian" is a term
that was made up by the white government to lump together all aboriginal
indigenous people.   >>

absolute nonsense.  this was coined by cristobol colon to  id the people of
the place he landed ....he deluded himself into believing he was in india,
which he was searching for. by calling these people indians he was able to go
back to europe and say , "i found the indians."  this makes the term a self
serving piece of "columbus" propaganda more than anything. habit of usage is
a pernicious thing and so the label stuck......when the queen says they're
indians, then they are indians......call the north american indigenous
peoples what you will. if they prefer to be called native americans then so
be it....(even though they came from another place to begin with....!!).
white , european , males are responsible for some of the grief in this world
but please don't delude yourself into thinking they are responsible for all
of it.....blacks sold other blacks to portugese slave traders to start the
american slave trade, indians killed other indians (again...you pick the
label) and they subjugated other tribes through slavery and general economic
and social oppression. no one in this great world has a spotless
history....we all have the blood of demons coursing through us.....even
today's chosen martyr peoples have ugly stains on their records.  i believe
it is time to stop throwing stones and dismiss the grievance of labels and
move on to the golden rule.....you don't have to be a practicing christian to
understand the importance of "do unto others as you would have them do unto
you." the inherent beauty of these words transcends everything you can throw
at them. when enough of us start living these words the greatness we claim to
possess as enlightened humans will  prevail.  ready? begin.
                                brian

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from:         "sheri e. allen" <seaphish@aol.com>
subject:      re: ig on rosie - the date is set!

in a message dated 97-04-23 21:00:28 edt, jonicee@aol.com (joni cyr) writes:

> perusing the upcoming rosie guest schedule, looky what i found:
>
>  friday, may 2
>  actor luke perry (from the miniseries "robin cook's invasion")
>  musical group indigo girls performs

hey kiddies!

look!  usually rosie has at least 3 guests, but there's only two listed...
maybe the girls will perform more than one song?!  :)  don't want to get
anyone's hopes up, but could it be?  i hope i hope i hope i hope....  anyone
trying to get tickets?

on another note, anyone in the nyc area going to the msg show?  maybe we can
try to get tickets together?  veronica?  kim?  dianne?  anyone?

setting my vcr right now,
sheri :)
"where is bart anyway?  his dinner is getting all cold and eaten.." - homer
simpson

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hi fellow listees,
i just had to write and tell you my extreme news!!
i was adopted 34 years ago and last march i finally managed to contact and
meet my birth father. i also found out i had and older and a younger
brother. well, 2 nights ago i finally found both my brothers and spoke to
them on the phone. they are on the other side of the country and i am off to
see them next wed. i also found out i have a younger sister and 2 neices and
2 nephews so who do you think is a very, very, excited girl????? i have had
about 6 phone conversations so far and thwey seem to be as excited as me. we
have already discovered many similarities between us so i have a feeling
that seeing them is going to be a blast.
well, gotta go, just wanted to share that with my netfriends,
take care all
peace and understanding to everyone
jen

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ok, i am anal, i know, but now i'd like to know if anyone knows who that is
that sings michael stipe's part on kid fears in the beacon theater ny june 4
1992 show.
thanx again!
lori


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subject:      ig/90210 rosie reunion(nigc)

sherri wrote:

>according to rosie's site
>on aol the indigo girls will be on her show on may 2 (friday) with luke
>perry (yay??).
     sure, why not, yay.  90210, c'mon was i the only one who gathered 'round
the set with my pals to see what brenda, dylan and the rest of the ultra cool
high schoolers would do next? (its just like real life, y'know)
     wow, sort of a weird college flashback here.  funny how many different
tastes one can have.  of course all the guys and gals in my 90210 watchin'
"group" only watched it to make fun of it (really) yeah right.  thats why we
all just somehow ended up together on wednesday nights in front of the tube.

     of course, we all soon matured and moved on...to melrose place.

i'd rather not feel the heat o' a flame tonight, just pokin' fun---at myself!
catherine

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the rescheduled date for the auburn show is sunday, may 18th.

mackey

on wed, 23 apr 1997, littlebit wrote:

> since i haven't seen a post yet, i'll announce it:
> the auburn show on friday has been postponed!!! emily is sick and they
> postponed the show until sometime in may.the tentative dates are eihter
> may 20 or 21...sorry to all
> beck
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i'm new to this list today.  i've been on the ellen degeneres list for
a couple months.  i thought that list got off topic...little did i know.
so, i guesss i'll join in:
somebody wrote about christopher columbus coining the term 'indian'.  you're
right, but he thought he was in the west indies, not india.  major difference.
i'm a geography major. sorry, i can't help it.

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subject:      nigc: ignore poul verner, y'all

obviously, this guy's just a stupid troll with too much time
on his hands who is purposely trying to get a reaction from
us.  that, plus the fact that he doesn't know how to quote
makes him a pitiful waste of bandwidth.  but there's a very
simple solution: don't read his posts.  he's never posted
anything worth reading, so use your delete key whenever
you see his name.

peace y'all,
fran e.

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hey y'all:

just heard that auburn has been cancelled due to emily being sick!  anyone
have any info on refunds or rescheduling???  so much for the mass road trip
from atlanta, huh??? and all of sue's hard work getting us tickets and
getting all of us to meet before hand..waaahhh!!!!

bummed beyond belief but hopefully emily will be up to snuff in no time!  : )

back to lurk-land...and how does one become "up to snuff" anyway?

cathy
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i just bought *4* tickets to see the girls at great woods, in ma june 6th,
and i'm psyched!!!
there are a lot left for those interested...
would any fellow listees like to get together before the show?
if so, i would be able to find a good place to meet, and i would love to
meet with some
other ig fanatics!
please, write me privately @: jbubka@vt.edu    if you're interested.

until then,
bubka


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i received a call today from a friend of mine from miss. state who told me
she had called ticketlink and she was told the auburn show this friday
night was cancelled.  has anyone else heard this?  she said they
rescheduled for may 18.  i wanted to go to the show but couldn't april 25,
so if this is true and anyone has tickets and won't be able to go may 18,
i would like to buy them.  email me privately at becky@sss.cba.ua.edu
i only get the digest so this might be old news, sorry.
hope i'm wrong...
becky

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subject:      jcs

hey y'all -

i'm awestruck.  i can hardly speak.  i just
got the jesus christ super-star - a resurrection
video from daemon records.  it is the best
piece of work i've seen in a loooooong time!!!!
all those great singers/musicians!!  amy ray
as jesus and emily as mary magdalene.  michael
lorant, gerard mchugh......and many others!  what
a performance!  what heart went into it!  nothing
contrived!  the national tour of jcs can't hold even
a spark to this show.  if there are listmembers out
there who haven't seen this video, i urge you to
order it from daemon.  it is only $15.  you will be
*extremely* pleased, especially if you're a huge
amy fan!

lisa s., who's not on the list right now, but couldn't
hold back posting this one time.

p.s.  i have to put some encouragement in for all
of you to grab hold of that billings house fundraising
cause for em's b-day.  veronica is working on it lots and
doing a great job.  she's got me very excited about it and i
think she'll do the same for you.

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yes, y'all, it's true.  the ig show scheduled for this friday has been
postponed, almost definitely until may 18th.  if you need to get a refund,
please take that issue up with the upc office at auburn, and not with me.
there's nothing i can do for you.  i am holding tickets for several people
that we had planned to pass out at the door.  if you all will send me your
addresses, i'll send your tickets to you.  don't forget to cancel any hotel
reservations you may have made, so you don't get charged!!  if anyone has
any questions, you can email me, but i don't know how much of a help i'll
be.

well, now i've got friday and saturday off of work and nowhere to
go....hmmm....where should i plan a road trip to this time????  *evil grin*
*remembering the show isn't this weekend*  *sobbing hysterically*........

sue

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subject:      ummm...

ok, i'm getting really sick of all this. and i know i sound like a
hypocrite, since i've been a part in all this too, but all of this
flaming is really driving me nuts!there's the occasional message of
casual comment or announcement of anything, and then there are 5,937
flames waiting for them, plus the several hundred flames for the first
flamers, then those who bitch about how much the flaming is pissing them
off (yea, kinda like i'm doing right now). so what does everyone say to
the idea that we forget all the current "heated topics" we are into right
now, and start over, and all totally forget about what has happened,
especially in the last week or so, and start over from scratch, with
nothing to focus on but music from the reason we are on this list to
start with- indigo girls. anyone with me?

~andy

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hi all of you out there in ig-land!
thanks to joni, and the wonderful thing called netscape (not to mention
the university of iowa), i have now seen pictures of those people at the
boston ig party!  yes, suzie b., i finally know what you look like, and
kirsten, and joni...and elwin, and sadie the dog, and joan, etc.  you are
all so darn cute!  and i mean that in the best way possible.  not like a
baby duck cute, but like beautiful adult human beings (or in sadie's case
adult dog) cute.  hurray!

i'd say this list is a little out of control with some serious
nastiness right now.  as susan marine knows, i've done some intense
flamefighting in my time (does the word bulldogs convey anything to you,
suzster? ;-) ) but i feel tired out by the whole thing now.  not tired
enough to leave the list or anything--if anything, i figure the doofuses
will leave the list or go back to lurkdom eventually--but not energetic
enough to send said doofuses private emails.  my title, "how does this
list work?" was a not-so-obvious reference to a dar williams song which
she wrote when she was young and had a lot of questions about her life.
it seems to me that this list cycles through "we're loud/angry/insecure/
intense/reactive" times when many of us question why there is even a list.
what the heck, why are there people on the list who are conservative/
anti-gay/racist/immigrant-bashing/misogynistic/etc.?  i still haven't
figured that one out, since the ig are clearly against any of this stuff
(despite emily's persistence in being a republican...); but in any case
it's okay for people to belong to the list and express their opinions.  as
we all know, the people who express ridiculous, mean-spirited, or cruel
opinions generally look like complete idiots to everyone else.  and heck,
sometimes those of us who are trying to be friendly and nice post stuff
that makes us look like dorks (c.f. my "bar dyke" comment after the
davenport show)...

anyway.  one thing i forget is that people don't know me, they only know
what i post.  if some listee catches me on a grumpy day, s/he might think
i'm a total bitch; in reality, i have to work really hard on getting an
edge.  it's easier to have one on a list than in real life.  ;-)

ouf.  i can't wait until the darn album comes out!!!  only 6
days...hurray!

here's to the list, no matter what the flamage content, and here's
especially to suzie b. marine, joni, and kirsten (loop tapes have been
discovered in a pile!--and will be mailed tomorrow, i swear on your
first-born [unless that kid is mortgaged already]), and jude, and
binkster, and....etc.,
love,
suzi

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subject:      nigc: cool dc stations

i'm moving to alexandria very soon, and i'm sad because i just found out
about the bestest public radio station here in pittsburgh, and i don't
wanna leave it.  not ony do they play the indigo girls, kristen hall,
and other amazing artists, but they just play a great variety!

what i'm asking is:
do any of you that live in the dc area know of a great public station
with great music?  and, if not, what is a good ig-oriented station?

thanks for your help!
email me directly!
renee

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hi everyone,

i wanted to ost this sooner, but my email's been down the past two days.

here is the updated version of the tape tree branches for the hofstra
show 3/16/97 (120 minutes) and the scholastic sampler tape 1997 (60
minutes):
aries                   debigogrl@aol.com
taurus                  hudsonvu@aol.com
gemini                  bregalad@zipcon.net
cancer                  shakespearessister@compuserve.com
leo                     mandi96@airmail.net
virgo                   raine@area51.homecom.com
libra                  salray@webtv.net
scorpio                 jlucero@mail.monmouth.com
sagittarius             kevinh@plix.com
capricorn               dunawayalt@aol.com
aquarius                ablipman@sas.upenn.edu
pisces                  aaogilvie@aol.com

canada                  robin_squires@ymca.ca
uk, europe              mcculloc@netcomuk.co.uk

enjoy,

donna

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so, who got sick...?
hope everyone is ok.
--r

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just a thought. but i figured with the flow of responses generated from the
top5 cds and books, why not add another genre?  especially one that the
girls, are influenced by. just a suggestion, don't want to take up too much
space... (and if you think it's irrelevant- we'll end it now.) and before
the technical questions arise, as a film major, i'll set up the island
cinema, while it's all still fresh in my head...

some favorites:
1- "bound"
2- "the breakfast club"
3- "angels & insects"
4- "like water for chocolate"
5- "secrets & lies"


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okay...anyone else just want to hug her when she looks weepy on the commercial for 20/20?  = (

poor el.

jennifer w.

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hey y'all,

just wanted to let y'all know to be on the lookout for several posts from me
on friday, they will be about the organizations that are being voted on for
emily's b'day.  i will be signing off after i post those messages simply
because i expect a whole bunch of mail from that and i will be out of town
until sunday afternoon.  this means that if you post to the list about which
organization you want for emily's deal i won't see it, therefore i can't
count it as a vote.  please do not post to the list saying who you are
voting for, that will be a huge waste of bandwidth anyway.

i just did some major cleaning of my mailbox in preparation of starting to
tally votes for emily's b'day thing on friday afternoon, so if you have
written to me and not recieved a needed response, please write me back and i
will respond, promise!

also, seona, kristina, jen, and kim, your tapes are going out on friday, so
don't worry about that.

peace,
mandi

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good one:
1. "rebecca"
2. "fantasia"
3. "naked lunch"
4. "dead man walking"
5. "amadeus" or "farenelli"

or how about top five toilet articles(if i'm gonna be on a desert island
you gotta have good hygeine)... i'd have to go with
1. deodorant
2. toothbrush
3. toothpaste(of course)
4. razor
5. soap(see, it could be used as shampoo and shaving cream)

jk- all flames will be deleted

ben

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at 09:03 pm 4/23/97 -0400, you wrote:
>in a message dated 97-04-23 17:24:53 edt, you write:
>
><< "indian" is a term
> that was made up by the white government to lump together all aboriginal
> indigenous people.   >>
>
>absolute nonsense.  this was coined by cristobol colon to  id the people of
>the place he landed ....he deluded himself into believing he was in india,
>which he was searching for. by calling these people indians he was able to go
>back to europe and say , "i found the indians."
actually many researchers now think the term indian came from the word for
native <indigenous> peoples. neither the spanish, portugese, or italian
words used for india look or sound like indian, but the word for indiginous
does. not that it makes a political difference just an interesting piece of
trivia.

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subject:      re: how about top5 films? (nigc)

this must be one damn large island..where is it located anyways??

top 5 movies:
1. star wars trilogy (i dunno..would that be cheating??)
2. willy wonka and the chocolate factory
3. the princess bride
4. dead poet's society
5. toy story

**tricia**

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post new indigo girls cd release stress disorder  (pnigcdrsd)

the folks at the american psychological association have come up with a new
diagnosis for the upcoming ig release.  in anticipation for the new cd,
many fans are likely to experience euphoria and even feel like they have
reached heaven above.  this anticipation, in most cases, has been due to
the 3 year waiting period for new ig material.  but beware ig fans!  once
the cd comes out one must watch carefully for signs of pnigcdrsd.  these
easy steps should help alleviate some of the depression that may result
from the post euphoric anticipatory stages.

1)  most importantly, limit shaming of the sun listening to under 18 hours
in any given day for the first month.  any more than that may cause one to
become tired of songs too quickly.  definitely do not listen to any given
song more than 90 times daily.

2) buy copies of the cd for friends and live the experience of getting the
new cd all over again with the friend.  this should alleviate the earlier
stages of depression.

3) as difficult as it may be--remove cd from stereo by april 29, 1998.  i
know so was in my cd player for a year before i took it out.  these cd's
need attention.  remove them occasionally to say hi.

4)ellen fans only--on april 30, try to have other people present.  the
thought of the coming out episode and ig on letterman on the same day may
have some people reaching states of happiness too high to control.  others
should be trained in restraining just in case the euphoria gets out of
hand.

5)flamer editorial--whatever you do, don't post to the list ever again.
that will cause 90-100 messages to be sent to 1000 people daily and lord
knows what would happen then.  nothing that outrageous could ever happen
here though so i'm sure this doesn't apply here (wink wink).

6)r-rated (kids don't read).  try not to orgasm in the record store when
purchasing the cd.  this scares people (while making others jealous) and
will result in you being carted off (or popped in the head) --and lord
knows there's not a cd player at the funny farm (or the hospital).

following these steps should prevent pnigcdrsd and keep you sane through
what should be one of the most exciting few weeks for ig fans in recent
history.

i haven't been this excited in a long time.  5 days away!!!  later y'all

greg

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i just had to say a very warm felt thanks to all the listees who have sent
me email. i will get around to getting back to you but, for the moment, im
kind of floating in the clouds. it is great to see that it has touched a
chord with so many people.
thank you all and take care,
jen

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subject:      re: how about top5 films? (nigc)

well, here we go again....

1. when harry met sally.
2. scent of a woman.
3. aliens.
4. speed.
5. independance day.

john.


"look funny, dress bad, smell nasty.....
you must work for hera...."

hercules.

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subject:      igc finally--sots question

first of all i finally heard soy on the radio!!!   i pulled into my parking
spot at 1:30 am, ready to turn off my car, and i hear the dj say, "and now
something new from the ig"   (picture a wild bouncing up and down in the seat
arms flapping womyn)  good thing that last pinball game matched and i had to
stay a few more minutes or the timing would have been all messed up :-)
yahoo!  i liked the banjo addition and just can't wait for the 29th.
the new music -- question coming up, bear with me!  so i am in target tonight
and they have a big poster / advertising board hanging up announcing the april
29th release.  it has a picture of the albumn (cute dolls) and then it has
another cover with a picture of the girls and it says "starter kit -- 7 bonus
songs--limited edition"  did i miss something here???  i have heard about the
calendar but does anyone know what this is all about??   a cd with live tracks
on it maybe???  oh could we be so lucky?  someone answer this asap--the
curiosity is killing me!
thanks and let's stop the flaming -- it is way out of control and i am sure
that we could all spend our time more productively.  go read a book to a
child, do a favor for someone, or sing an ig tune.  yeah that's it, sing your
favorite most inspiring ig song and emulate the words/feelings.  i am sure the
need to flame will subside!

"the evil ego and the vice of pride . . ."
                        e. saliers

cami

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subject:      re: how about top5 films? (nigc)

jumping into the fray....

1.  jaws
2.  thunderheart
3.  libeled lady
4.  amazing grace and chuck
5. serial mom

karen

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if anyone has a minute i would love to hear your interpretation of the
lyrics to "hand me downs".  i just heard it (for what felt like the first
time- yeah right) and it is strikingly relevant to a relationship situation
i am currently in, but i would just like some confirmation that it is
appropriate, before i put it on a mix.  i just want to make sure that the
meaning i'm trying to convey is really there, because if it were to be
misinterpreted it would make a bad, bad scene. thanks all.

can you believe i'm listening to nis, with sots so close!
~bubka

"i've taken so many down, i've helped them all to dismount.
i've followed so many down, i take their hand me downs.
all with hope, all with hope that
emptiness brings fullness and
loss of love brings wholeness to us all.
everything that i believe crawls from underneath the streets.
everything i truly love comes from somewhere high above.
everything that i believe is wrong with you is wrong with me.
everything i truly love i love in you i love in me.
so give me hope, give me hope that
emptiness brings fullness and
loss of love brings wholeness to us all.
swear you can't swim the river,
i saw you running to jump in.
i swore i would never be your sinner,
until i held your sin.
now you ask me why i'm here.
the same as you, i'm scared, it's fear.
i've become the beggar now, you've become the saint somehow.
twist the words and place the blame, tell me know, aren't we the same?
tripping in our yellow feet, checking underneath our sheets,
for some hope, give me hope that
emptiness brings fullness and
loss of love brings wholeness to us all." -a.ray


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and it wasn't ecstasy because that implied brevity. no,
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subject:      re : top 5 films.....

just an idea - why don't we have our own cinema on the island (this
is, of course, total fantasy, so we can do whatever we want), and
then we can share in each other's favourite movies.....

john.

"look funny, dress bad, smell nasty.....
you must work for hera...."

hercules.

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subject:      i just won the single and album!!!!!!

i have to tell y'all, i'm so excited!!!!!!!  on our local radio station, wabb
97.5, the morning guys have a contest called "lick us and win" where
listeners call in with trivia questions.  if the guys dont know the answer,
tey give the listener a prize.  i called in today (just a few minutes ago)
and asked them this:  "there is a female folk rock artist based in atlanta
who owns her own underground independent record label.  name this artist."
they went through a list and finally picked on ani difranco.  natch, i said,
"i'm sorry that's incorrect.  the answer is amy ray of the indigo girls."
they gave me the new single and the new album!!!!!!!!!!

and.........drumroll............ they played shame on you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  for
the first time i heard the real, *edited (bleeped)* studio version!!!! they
played it for me!!!!

i like the banjo but i think the electric guitar in the roadblock verse was a
little much.  but that's ok, i can deal with it!!  (heck, i just got a free
promo copy of the single, wonder what comes with it if it's a promo? and a
free copy of the cd!!!!  of course, i have to get the tape copy myself, to
listen to wilst occupying the space which i tenderly call chickenjeep, which
looks like a yard sale inside because i live in that jeep!  of course, if amy
wanted to buy something from my little traveling roadshow, *this* kid
wouldn't turn her down!!!!!  ok, i'm rambling in parentheses.  i'm probably
breaking some english rule somewhere which will result in the death penalty.
oh, well!)

well i gotta go to work.  i just had to tell y'all i won!!!!!!!!!  i'm so
excited!!!!!!!!!!!!

peace, harmony & indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (emilyamy@aol.com)
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'cause i'm gay..." - e. saliers
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subject:      re: napkin, napkin, who has the napkin?
x-to:         "joan m. cyr" <jcyr@mit.edu>
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on wed, 23 apr 1997, joan m. cyr wrote:

> "emily saliers of the indigo girls checked out the brew moon in cambridge
> with a bunch of pals the other night after the girls' gig at mama kin.
> after she left, we hear a frantic fan walked over to her table and swiped
> emily's used napkin!  agh!"
>
and we wonder why the igs want to keep their fans at arm's length?

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cincinnati college of pharmacy. actor, director, ibm fanatic, technical
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>
> on wed, 23 apr 1997, joan m. cyr wrote:
>
> > "emily saliers of the indigo girls checked out the brew moon in cambridge
> > with a bunch of pals the other night after the girls' gig at mama kin.
> > after she left, we hear a frantic fan walked over to her table and swiped
> > emily's used napkin!  agh!"
> >
> and we wonder why the igs want to keep their fans at arm's length?
>
let's not jump to conclusions here. maybe the "frantic fan" was really just
an employee of the brew moon whose job it was to clean up tables.

and joni, when was the last time the boston herring reported something that
was true, anyway? 1991, 92?
kirsten

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>what's your problem, poul? i think you're acting like a jerk. and that
>last message about having someone jump out the window to save time just
sucked. why do you have to treat other people >like s**t just because you
>might be having a bad day. i completely feel for the girl who needs to
>get a grip on her life. i'm exactly the same, and i don't think it's your
>place to completly slam her down like that. miah, i think you should
>ignore him too. i don't understand why cruel people like you, poul, are
>even on this list. i seriously think you should get your little ass out
>of here, as none of us self- respecting ig listers would stoop low enough
to kiss yours.

s**t? hmm...oh wait you meant shit right?
how low would you stoop btw?

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kirsten said:
>and joni, when was the last time the boston herring reported something that
>was true, anyway? 1991, 92?
>kirsten

prolly not since rupert murdoch bought the paper....that's why i prefaced
my comment with the statement that it was a gossip-type column..gotta take
anything they say in that column with a grain of salt, which, btw, goes
lovely with a frozen strawberry margarita....did i mention that i'm
bringing the margarita mix to the island?

have a good one everyone!

have a a good one!

joni  :o)

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hey...ya know what?  i hope in the midst of all the strife and crazines,
you haven't forgotten...

shaming of the sun will be out in five (5) days!

this is a new indigo girls album!

i just hadn't seen any mention of that factoid in a while, so i thought i'd
remind y'all, and maybe cheer you up.

have fun!
justin

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whoa!

   you are way out of line.  i cannot believe what you said- "jump out the
window now".  you are encouraging this person to nbe complacent.  maybe
that works for you, but other people have dreams and goals in their life
that they want to fulfill, which cannot hapen if they are complacent.
   another point: one person can make a difference.  with education and
determination, we can all at least attempt to help.
   you need to educate yourself on the people you refer to as "indians"
(along with many other areas you need to really work on: compassion,
open-mindedness, and you inability to get off your butt and try to help.)
"indian" is a term that was made up by the white government to lump
together all aboriginal indigenous people.  it is a very negative term, and
implies that these people are "savage".  unless you are told by an
indigenous person to call them an "indian", you are showing yourself as an
uneducated creep.
   learn to love other people's dreams, cultures, and people's want and
need to make where we live a peaceful place.

amanda


        amanda, if i was encouraging her to be complacent i would've
        suggested she continue to sit on her butt staring at the computer
        screen musing
        about the awesome godhood of emily and amy. my point was not to set
         out on a path based on the needs of a personality cult.
        thanks for the short form lecture on political correctness-do you
        know where i can get a good leftist dictionary? i would simply hate
         to be
        caught using un-approved terms in the future.
        fyi, i forgot more about 'indigenous people" than you ever learned,
         my grandmother was hopi and i've worked on a reservation for 3
        summers.
        believe me when i say that the "indians" i call friends would find
        the "white guilt" displayed her funny.

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> i don't think, as a guy, that mike fully grasps this, because he doesn't
lose a small piece of him when all this > >occurs.

poul(wiping away tears of laughter) you know nothing about men or marriage.
your right-you do have miles to go.


>please, no flames about the gender thing.  it is my feeling for my life,
not my feeling for all.  except, of course, >you poul.  flame away.  i
actually enjoy reading things from those who have nothing else to discuss
on this list >except their own superiority.  i welcome the opinion of the
insensitive and the ignorant.

note to the list: i never said i was superior but sonce it has been
suggested here i gratefully accept, thanks.


>and amy and emily would love the fact you said they were gods.  only those
of us who are educated would argue that the >word "goddess" is correct
terminology.

hmm, maybe i got confused by emily's mustache??


love
poul

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sorry to waste bandwidth, but as i sit in my office trying to finish my
paper on
aboriginal land titling rights, i can't stop laughing at this joke--i need
someone to share it with.  so you all get to share it.  hope you find it as
amusing as i.


what's the last thing tickle me elmo gets before he leaves the factory?

                two test tickles


--mike

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department of spatial information engineering
university of maine
master's candidate
http://www.spatial.maine.edu/studentbios/paluzzi/mike.html
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subject:      philly mann tix 4 sale!

i have 6 tickets for ig at the mann on friday, may 30th.  if anyone if
familiar with this venue, the seats are cir/rc, row j.  basically, these are
in the middle section, about half-way back.  they are 32$ each (yikes!!!!!)!
i need to sell all 6 so let me know if you are anyone you know is
interested. also, does anyone know if this show is sold out?  e-mail me :-)

marci

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date:         thu, 24 apr 1997 09:13:43 -0400
reply-to:     drew vogel <vogelap@ucunix.san.uc.edu>
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from:         drew vogel <vogelap@ucunix.san.uc.edu>
subject:      re: napkin, napkin, who has the napkin?
x-to:         kirsten chevalier <kirsten@spike.wellesley.edu>
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on thu, 24 apr 1997, kirsten chevalier wrote:

> > on wed, 23 apr 1997, joan m. cyr wrote:
> > > "emily saliers of the indigo girls checked out the brew moon in cambridge
> > > with a bunch of pals the other night after the girls' gig at mama kin.
> > > after she left, we hear a frantic fan walked over to her table and swiped
> > > emily's used napkin!  agh!"
> > >
> > and we wonder why the igs want to keep their fans at arm's length?
> >
> let's not jump to conclusions here. maybe the "frantic fan" was really just
> an employee of the brew moon whose job it was to clean up tables.
>
i remember back to when i was brand new on this list and someone swiped
amy's throat coat tea from a concert and was asking what they should do
with it.

are you sure it couldn't possibly be a "frantic fan"? i mean, look at the
obsessive things that are discussed here: who's cuter, what you'd say in
an elevator (come on now!), what to do with your amy/emily crush, etc.

i absolutly would not put it past some of the fan base to swipe the
aforementioned napkin.

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date:         thu, 24 apr 1997 09:18:27 -0400
reply-to:     drew vogel <vogelap@ucunix.san.uc.edu>
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subject:      re: re : top 5 films.....
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on thu, 24 apr 1997, john bond wrote:

> just an idea - why don't we have our own cinema on the island (this
> is, of course, total fantasy, so we can do whatever we want), and
> then we can share in each other's favourite movies.....
>
yeah, and we could have our own candy store, where we could all share our
favorite candy.

we could have our own restaurant where we could all share our favorite
food.

we could have our own sandbox where we could all share our favorite sand.

we could have our own ice cream stand where we could all share our
favorite ice cream.

we could have our own library where we could all share our favorite books.

we could have our own hardware store where we could all share our favorite
hardware.

we could have our own music store where we could all share our favorite
instruments.

we could have our own zoo where we could all share our favorite animals.

we could have our own fire department where we could all share our
favorite fire stories.

we could have our own electronics store where we could all share our
favorite electronic gadgets.

we could have our own kitchen store where we could all share our favorite
kitchen stuff.

hey -- this is all fantasy, we can do what we want.

---

here's my fantasy: that this list stops all this tangental crap and gets
back to the discussion of sane rational indigo girls content.

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date:         thu, 24 apr 1997 09:23:38 -0400
reply-to:     drew vogel <vogelap@ucunix.san.uc.edu>
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this was suggested to me as the next ig list t-shirt slogan:

"i may not agree with everything you say but i will defend to my death
your right to say it.

celebrate diversity -- just like we don't do on
indigo-girls@netspace.org"

dead on, wouldn't you say?

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date:         thu, 24 apr 1997 09:33:24 -0400
reply-to:     drew vogel <vogelap@ucunix.san.uc.edu>
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from:         drew vogel <vogelap@ucunix.san.uc.edu>
subject:      re: girl with the weight of the world in her hands....
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** i had orginally thought to send this privately to lorinda, but it's
** applicable to the broader list, so i'm posting it to the list as well.
** i hope that's okay, lorinda!

on wed, 23 apr 1997, lorinda wright wrote:

> > may not agree with everything poul (or you, or someone else) says, i will
> > defend to the death their right to say it.
>
> oh come now. would you really throw your life away for _poul_????? now
> _that_ would be silly.
>
no, i probably wouldn't 'throw my life away' for poul, but i would defend
to the death his [your] right to free speech. upon re-reading the
statement above, you'll see that it doesn't mention 'throwing a life away'
for a particular person, but rather the right to speak.

> no need to turn around and give me a big lecture on freedom of speach. i
> know what you meant. i just think poul's a putz.
>
he may be a putz. he may well be. i don't know. but even putzes should be
allowed to speak, and be afforded the right to speak. heck, there are
people on this list forming a cyber-mob to run poul off! what sort of
accepting cyber-society is this?

but isn't it amazing that this group of 'accepting, non-complacent,
considerate' folks who 'celebrate diversity' are all up in arms about this
person's words? an _astounding_ display of not practicing what we're
preaching. that's what is amazing me -- the group of hypocrates that are
here preaching "you have to accept me for who/what i am, but i don't have
to accept you if you don't agree with me." if everything is going
their way, these people can be very sweet and kind. mention something that
is the least bit challenging, and they're up in arms ready to kill you.
smacks more of elementary school psychology than adult interaction to me.
literally knocks me off my feet.

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cincinnati college of pharmacy. actor, director, ibm fanatic, technical
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date:         thu, 24 apr 1997 09:35:34 -0400
reply-to:     drew vogel <vogelap@ucunix.san.uc.edu>
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from:         drew vogel <vogelap@ucunix.san.uc.edu>
subject:      re: (nigc) the poul issue: 16 ayes, 1 nay
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on wed, 23 apr 1997, kirsten chevalier wrote:

> i realize that blocking someone from posting to the list is an
> extreme measure, but in all the time i've been on this list (1 year and
> counting), there has never been a single person posting as many inflammatory
> words as poul has, and it seems like it's time to do something.
>
i like amy's singing more than emily's singing, but like emily more as a
person.

i know that some of you will disagree with this. will i be kicked off the
list for my opposing viewpoint, too?

when will it stop, kirsten? when will it stop?

celebrate diversity, indeed.

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cincinnati college of pharmacy. actor, director, ibm fanatic, technical
writer, dog (jrt) lover, single guy, & much, much more! try my home page
at: "http://ucunix.san.uc.edu/~vogelap"     "the only way out is through."
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ric: isn't "the man" the guy who's always bringing everyone down?
dug: nope! 'cause you da man!!
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date:         thu, 24 apr 1997 10:25:59 edt
reply-to:     "christopher m. becker" <cmbecker@space.mit.edu>
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from:         "christopher m. becker" <cmbecker@space.mit.edu>
subject:      some soc's located

  jude hunter pointed me to mat's indigo index which has a few
socs.  thank you both!  a few ppl emailed me privately looking for the
url should i be sucessful -- i have a feeling that was just the tip of
the iceberg so point your browser to:

        http://www.aber.ac.uk/~mts5/indigo/amysoc.html

while i'm not mat, i'm sure he'd love to have more examples.  also if
you know of other sites, i'm still collecting them -- thank you!

  one other observation, in my net experience both on the list and
other places, i have seen that is counter-productive to send public
pleas calling for the end of the flame war.  it just makes the
participants intransigent in their efforts as they look on your
well-meant requests as flames in their own right.  again, in my
experience, sitting tight works the best and if you must speak (and i
_really_ understand that need) ask in private email to take it to
private email.  until that, the 'd' key or a procmail filter =) is
your friend.  if you have a digest, there are ways to do similar
things (although its less user friendly).

  of course this observation could be considered a "flame against
flaming flamers."  *shrug* i hope not.

                -- chris (who plans a trip to evanston il
                          to flame that flamer flamer for
                          flaming fine, fit flames forged
                          for flaming flamage) ;)

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date:         thu, 24 apr 1997 10:30:25 -0400
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hey everybody
        somehow i missed this, but could someone please forward me the web
address for the boston list pahty site?

thank you!
jennie

ps - ani's 'living in clip' is soooooooo crazy good!  you know you want
     it...
(:

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date:         thu, 24 apr 1997 10:25:25 -0500
reply-to:     ms cathy a zavislak <zmft36a@prodigy.com>
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from:         ms cathy a zavislak <zmft36a@prodigy.com>
subject:      internet message

enough already!....i'm all for free speech...but the right of free
speech does not give anyone a license to insult.....we all read
(hopefully) the faq rules about this list...and we should all be
expected to comply, so i believe that these rules do limit free
speech...i did not subscribe to this list to read comments like "kiss
my ass"....since when does free speech take precedence over basic
human kindness??

just my opinion..
forever indigo,
cathy

"....but nobody gets a lifetime rehearsal....as specks of dust, we're
universal....."   e. saliers

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date:         thu, 24 apr 1997 10:59:44 -0400
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can anyone tell me if the indigo girls are touring in ohio this summer or in
any of the surrounding states?  let me know where and time if you find
anything out.

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date:         thu, 24 apr 1997 10:00:47 -0500
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help! .... i am looking for the chords and lyrics for soy and it's all
right....
if you can help, please e-mail me privately.....

thanks in advance,
libby

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my top five favorite films....hmmm

1) harold and maude
2) rocky horror picture show (i saw it 100 times in 1 year; 1977. wow,
i'm getting old!)
3) outlaw josie wales
4) big (penny marshal is a genius)
5) a league of their own
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post-episodic clairvoyant,
bassist/singer/songwriter.

"and at last the world was finally set free,
the animals all hung out and interacted fretlessly
and the world began to vibrate with such a deep tonality
the day the bass players took over the world."
                         -emily kaitz

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i heard somewhere there was a list that talked about the indigo
girls..if someone has an address for a list that talks about the indigo
girls could you e-mail me????

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wow... the response has been amazing to my tongue-in-cheek t-shirt idea!
so far, with less than 60 minutes, i've gotten 9 yeas and 1 nay. looks
like it may be a go!

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date:         thu, 24 apr 1997 10:29:12 -0500
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i have sent this letter to mandi, but i also wanted to inform others about
my volunteering plan.

before you read, please realize that volunteering/donating money etc. is
all a matter of choice. if it's not something that appeals to you, that is
just fine. i guess what i am trying to say politely is, i would prefer not
to get email from those who don't agree with this detailing why they don't
agree, just from those who would like to be a part of it :)

also, as a psychologist and mother, may i mention that the best way to
extinguish undesirable behavior it to ignore it? (not my personal opinion
alone, citations to respectable journal articles provided upon request ;-)
)

here is the letter:

i would like to add my .02 cents to the voting list.

i had recommended that people chose a local organization that appealed to
them and volunteer what little precious time they had as a present to
emily. i have gotten votes either way. while there is certainly nothing
wrong with money, this idea may be worthwhile for those who are in tight
situations financially, or others who feel as i do about all the checks
they have written for organizations when their hearts tell them "you need
to do more than this".

by choosing a local organization, not only do you affect the community in
which you live, and where your children grow, but you also spread
"goodness" in various little corners of the world. in my experience,
volunteering brings as much to the volunteer as s/he gives. it is an
enriching experience for many. this is a good time for some of us to be
doing something we may have wanted to anyway. emily's b'day is as good a
reason as any other.

if some listees chose to go this route, i will be happy to coordinate our
efforts. i would hate for those who don't have much money right now to feel
that they had nothing to contribute.

may we please vote on this issue as well?

urvashi u.pitre@tcu.edu

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date:         thu, 24 apr 1997 08:39:26 -0700
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suddenly now it's the first amendment mailing list.
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date:         thu, 24 apr 1997 17:44:42 +0100
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from:         john bond <bonj1_95@worc.ac.uk>
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subject:      apologies and reasons

first off, i'd like to say sorry for any flaming i've done this week
on the list. flaming is (most of the time) completely unnecessary,
and is not, to my understanding, not what this list was designed
for. i try not to do it, but it's like swearing - sometimes there is
no other way.

however, i feel that sometimes my reasons for flaming have been
justified this week. people like poul seem to take delight in
flaming, angering and hurting other people. i have tried to keep my
arguments with him private, and hopefully i have succeeded. people
like drew vogel, who seem to side with people like poul need to
understand that yes - free speech is a wonderful thing, and it
should be supported around the world. however, poul does not deserve
his support - poul is not simply putting across a viewpoint. (if he
was doing that, then i would support him without question - free
speech and putting across your viewpoints is what the internet, and
indeed this list is built on, and it needs all the people it can
get).

instead, poul is simply insulting and hurting other people
(especially karrie), and does not seem to have any point of view to
put across. he has no place on this list, and i will celebrate the
day he is taken off.

sorry for making this a bit long, and wasting a lot of bw, but i
just wanted to make my point.

thanks for listening,
john.


"look funny, dress bad, smell nasty.....
you must work for hera...."

hercules.

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subject:      re: indigo list

in a message dated 97-04-24 11:17:52 edt, you write:

<< .if someone has an address for a list that talks about the indigo
girls could you e-mail me????
  >>


i regret to inform you that this list no longer exists.....it has been
permanently superceded by the list you see before you .....do not
struggle......resistance is futile....prepare to be assimilated.
                                   brian the borg
p.s. i've always had a real soft spot for "kid fears" and "hammer and a
nail". but....but...that was before they came...!!

p.p.s.  i heard that "lilith" dealy is coming to indy....ya'll already missed
melissa ferrick, lisa germano, carrie newcomer, fiona apple, janis ian, and
big head todd and the monsters here in the last month......!!!!

p.p.p.s  ya'll quit fightin' and come see some of the shows !!!!! geez!!!!

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reply-to:     simone jarzabek <jarzabek@halcyon.com>
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seems to me that we could do both.

if you are able to donate time, do so and send urvashi a note;

if you are able to donate money, send it to the address of the
organization(s) to be posted.

my $.02,
simone
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voltaire rules....that's all i have to say.  (he's the one who said
the "i may not agree with everything you say.........." that drew chimed
in on...)

just thought i'd share, being the french-english major i am...
lesley

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hey y'all...this will be a totally flame-retardent post:

i got ani's new double cd "living in clip" yesterday (thanks for reminding
me chris b...!) and i was perusing the liner notes...three things:

1.  i find this hard to believe, but it says that two of the tracks were
done with an orchestra conducted by doc severinsen of "the tonite show"
fame... doc severinsen and ani defranco...what a pair!  who won the contest
for "most outrageous look" that nite, i wonder....hehehe!  prolly doc....

2. the very last thing written on the inside of the back cover made me laugh:

"p.s.  sorry this album is only on cd; if you want a tape, dub yerself one."

3. in the "thanks" section, one of the people ani thanked was "suzi m."

i wonder what the queen of cheese did to warrant a 'thanks' on ani's new
cd?  i'll have to find that one out for myself......  ;o)

that's all!  have a flame-free day y'all!


joni  :o)

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on thu, 24 apr 1997, john bond wrote:

> however, i feel that sometimes my reasons for flaming have been
> justified this week. people like poul seem to take delight in
> flaming, angering and hurting other people. i have tried to keep my
> arguments with him private, and hopefully i have succeeded. people
> like drew vogel, who seem to side with people like poul need to
> understand that yes - free speech is a wonderful thing, and it
> should be supported around the world. however, poul does not deserve
> his support - poul is not simply putting across a viewpoint. (if he
> was doing that, then i would support him without question - free
> speech and putting across your viewpoints is what the internet, and
> indeed this list is built on, and it needs all the people it can
> get).
>
i'm not defending poul in the least. i don't agree with a lot of what he's
saying (although the comment about not living life based on a pop song was
dead on), but i do defend his right to say it. don't be confused about my
support, john...

wether or not poul 'deserves my support' isn't the issue. even though i
disagree with him, i defend his right to speak in this public forum.

an amazing thing is a by-product of poul's presence on this list... i'm
seeing people who espouse acceptance and tolerance turning fists toward
poul, even going so far as trying to put together a cyber-mob to run poul
off the list. this activity is what makes my jaw drop and my head shake in
disbelief at the hypocricy of some people. or is it, "acceptance as long
as you agree with me"?

celebrate diversity, indeed.

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hey all you listees,

i have been listening to this wonderful rock/folksie cute musical duo for
some time now. they are earnest, set example by action, generate kindness
and have a message so potent and contagious that you want to fall in to
their music and stay there forever. they inspire, are non-judgmental, feel
responsible for every action they take and sing their hearts out everytime
i hear and see them perform. their name is the indigo girls; has anyone
heard of them? who wants to email me privately or through the list and
trade concert experiences, or share how they have made you more
self-aware, inspired you in your day to day treatment of others, both
friends and strangers? or how they've just plain taken away all
your oogieness? anyone? i'm here, whenever. (kimlin@vcn.bc.ca)
peace, kim (n.v. who just wants to have fun on the list and chat about ig)

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hello!  i was wondering if anyone could help me?  i am trying to find out what
the brand is of the guitars that emily and amy play both in the studio and on
stage.  i am shopping for one and i want to get something similar to the ones
they play.  thanks for all your help!

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at 05:52 pm 4/23/97 -0400, lmd21@aol.com wrote:

>  sorry for asking this, because i know it was posted about two weeks
>ago...but does anyone have the lilith fair dates?  i have become way too
>delete happy b/c of all the junk mail i now receive......

watch http://www.lilithfair.com.  currently only one confirmed date
(seattle), but dozens more cities are on the list of places they intend to be.

also watch deb's sots tour archive site for tour dates:
http://ftp.wi.net/~dreiser/ig/archivehome.html


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hello, please help!  i am trying to find out what are the brand names of the
guitars that emily and amy play both in the studio and live.  if anyone out
there can help me i would be grateful!   -steve
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just thought i'd share this information, limited as it is.  i sent some
e-mail to the postmaster of the seattle nights at the pier web site to
ask when and how tickets would go on sale.  this is the response i got:

i should add that i'm sure there will be some way to get tickets by going
to a box office or something in addition to mail-order or on-line, but i
specifically asked him about long-distance ways to order because i'm not
in seattle.

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greetings:
thanks for your inquiry. we have just finished confirming the dates &
headliners for the pier series but have yet to do a press release.  our
"official" release is scheduled for may 5 so that is why you didn't find
any current info on our internet site. tickets are officially available on
or after that date. if you like, you can e-mail me your postal address so i
may send you a mail-order brochure; or you can buy tickets "on-line" from
the very same site you were speaking about: www.summernights.org
it's up to you.. aren't options great?
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i am desperately wishing we could get back to some true igc around here,
because i really enjoy learning all the new things i learn on this list
when the threads are good.

this goes out to all of you who have heard the new song, cara mia (and to
those of you who will hear it in 5 more days if you haven't already- yay!).

what do y'all think this song is about?  i think this is a hard one, and
i've had a hard time pulling together any sort of complete explanation
for the meaning of the song.  but bits and pieces of it really stick with
me and i like the song a lot.

first, one silly question.  in the line that says, "blank notebook in a
backpocket fade"--- what is a backpocket fade, if this is indeed what
emily is saying here???

i think the gist of the song is about a troubled relationship that is
sort of like a time-bomb waiting to explode, and about what will happen
when it does, and all the involved feelings.  but i don't get the dream
part, with the shoes, bridges, and the references to acting, etc.  i'm not
sure where that fits in to my guess at the overall message of the song.

if any of you have any insights to share, please, please, please respond!

have a happy day,
katherine

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my top 5 film of all times:

1. fargo  2. fargo  3. fargo  4. fargo  5. fargo

ok, seriously folks, here are my desert island five:
1. fargo
2. antonia's line
3. mary poppins
4. sound of music
5. fantasia

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      hi.  i didn't get to go to the eugeen concert but from all of the posts it sounded

fabulous.  but when is a ig concert not fabulous.  i was just wondering if there
was a boot and a tree set up and if so did i missed it?  and if i did miss it is there
any way i might be able to persuade someone for a second chance?

hope everyone is having an indigo day,
heather
jofarn@ny.frontiercomm.net

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in a message dated 97-04-22 18:27:16 edt, you write:

> is this usual or are people stressed out about finals
>  >or something?

hate to sound like an oldie, but actually it has been much worse.  had
something to do with san francisco, i believe 8o)  oh, my god, i *said* it!!!
:)

jude :)

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ya know, i think the beige ceiling is clashing with the sofa...

peace,
bill

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subject:      rose...will you marry me? (nigc)

this is definately nigc:

(fyi: if same-sex marriage makes you squirm...please don't read further)


rose,
     i love you with all my heart. when i look upon the rising sun each
morning...i see your beautiful face. every beat of my heart whispers your
name. my life was meaningless and empty until you. now every day brings a new
surprise...and the comfort of your touch. a smile from you brightens my day.
i want to be with you forever. rose, will you marry me?


                                                                         jody

p.s. "adding up the total of a love thats true...multiply life by the power
of two"
         (ig)

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is it just me, or are others in the nyc area searching for reasons to go
to this show?  the garden is farking huge, not exactly an intimate venue.
i think i'll be passing on this show...something about the ig's music in
all that space makes me unhappy...very few bands have the punch to pull
off a good stadium/arena show, and i think i'd come out of this one
disappointed...

peace,
bill

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subject:      complete, 100% igc

questions questions questions...

* what is the greatest lengths you have ever gone to for an ig concert/
  item/ etc.
  (still working on that...but hoping on greyhound for a 3 hour bus ride
   to lewiston seems pretty good...)

* where is the strangest place you've heard an ig song?
  (waiting on hold for a bell canada operator...i heard a muzak version of
   least complicated)

* what is the best thread you've ever read on this ig list
  (definitely mr.limes)

*  name an ig inspired event.
   (writing this post)

one listers feeble attempt at getting back onto ig material...for those who
are tired of the bbq, you are more than welcome to join in!

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i lost your email address sorry everyone...  how did mcat go?!?!?

deb the indigeek

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subject:      re: pnigcdrsd--a new diagnosis, spac info, ig on modern rock live

on thu, 24 apr 1997 02:53:11 -0600 greg flamer <gflame@nwu.edu> writes:


>post new indigo girls cd release stress disorder  (pnigcdrsd)


rotflmaf!!!!!   thanks greg!!!  i really needed that!

on a related note... i think that there ought to be a warning label on
sots.

        "warning - contents highly intoxicating!!!
          do not drive or operate heavy machinery while
          enjoying this cd!"

i almost lost control of the car a couple of times when soy came on the
radio. :-)
can you be arrested for dwig?


on to other stuff...

some folks here inquired about the show at saratoga performing arts
center (spac) on june 7th.  i called the box office.  a very nice lady
told me that tickets would not go on sale for anything until mid may.
she could not be more specific than that.  i'll keep interested parties
posted.  if you are an interested party, write me privately and i'll try
keep you updated.

ig will be on modern rock live this sunday at 10:30pm est.  k's choice
will also be on a similar national program (the name of which escapes me
at the moment).  i will be taping both of them.  we'll talk about boots
and trees and things as appropriate sometime next week.

till then
tuesday's child

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libby wrote:
>>help! .... i am looking for the chords and lyrics for soy and
>>it's all right.... if you can help, please e-mail me
>>privately....

i think there is a general interest in this, or am i wrong?!
in case somebody has the chords figured out, could you upload them to one
of the olga sites, post 'em to the list or present them on your web page,
in other words: make them available to everybody??
that would be just great. thanks for listening!

peace and
take care.

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okay...

i sorta-quoted "i may disagree with what you say, but i will defend to the
death your right to say it".

can someone give me the correct quote and source, please?

i'm working on t-shirts (23 yea, 3 nay for those keeping count).

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this is my first time posting but i am on my way to building a great boot
collection.  i am writing to see if anyone has a boot from a concert with
david wilcox where he joined them in a song or two.  he and the indigo
girls have been my favorites for as long as i remember and hearing them
sing together would blow my mind and make my day (in that order).  if
anyone has this, please e-mail me privately and i really appreciate your
time.  i only have blank tapes to offer now but soon i will have others to
trade, i hope!!!

thanks
kerri@grove.ufl.edu

ps i am way bummed about the auburn concert being cancelled, that was my
last chance to see them befor i go to peru for 4 monthes.

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according to ticketmaster, a third atlanta date has been added:

sun 25may      chastian park

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>* what is the greatest lengths you have ever gone to for an ig concert/
>  item/ etc.

drove from boston to norfolk, va and back in one weekend for the show at the
boathouse...


>* where is the strangest place you've heard an ig song?

watching a professional ice-skating competition on tv.  they used
touch me fall as the "thrill of victory, agony of defeat" song...
so the audience got to watch all these skaters fall down to
"jump, jump, jump so high...watch me let you down...if i stumble,
i will stumble...if i fall, i will fall..." :)


>* what is the best thread you've ever read on this ig list
1.  in a fist-fight, who would win?
2.  indigo-swirls b&j ice cream*

>name an ig inspired event.

the ig fan tour...you know who you are :)

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tell me somethin'..... wasn't there mention of a date a couple of moons ago
of when ig would be joining sarah?  please respond privately if you have
any info......
thanks again,
libby  (who would like it if they would be with sarah in indianapolis....)
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at 05:52 pm 4/23/97 -0400, lmd21@aol.com wrote:

>  sorry for asking this, because i know it was posted about two weeks
>ago...but does anyone have the lilith fair dates?  i have become way too
>delete happy b/c of all the junk mail i now receive......

watch http://www.lilithfair.com.  currently only one confirmed date
(seattle), but dozens more cities are on the list of places they intend to
be.

also watch deb's sots tour archive site for tour dates:
http://ftp.wi.net/~dreiser/ig/archivehome.html


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just heard "it's allright" on the radio!  crazy!  it's gonna suck to
move away from a station that plays kickass music....  :)

yay for the new album!
renee

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hey all

i did some web surfing and at www.mtv.com there is info on mtv unplugged
shows *galore*.  you can even download the files and watch the clips of
anyone who's been on unplugged (it takes a long long time though and i ran
out of patience).  so, if you are curious about the ig on unplugged, it is
there under "michelle shocked and indigo girls" (look under "s" for
shocked).  btw, it was originally recorded on 1/30/90 at national video
center, nyc and was first broadcast on 3/11/90.

thanks to listees who answered my other questions.  if you also wanted to
know,  the guy who sings in kid fears on beacon theater 6/4/92 is kevin
lawson, an atlanta musician who may have been in jcs too.  and, speaking of
jcs, the austin show was performed at the austin music hall.

still looking for the letterman dates...

and, i'm sure i'll have more anal retentive questions as more video trades
roll in!
lori


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thank you to one and all who sent me the lyrics! my project will now be
that much better:)
thanks y'all
-emily

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>* what is the greatest lengths you have ever gone to for an ig concert/
>  item/ etc.

drove from milwaukee, picked up flamer and i-girl in chicago, drove
straight through to newport, ri. had fun at nff then drove up to hampton
beach for ig show there, left after show, drove straight through, dumped
flamer in chicago (lost i-girl in nh) got home about 9pm, went to work the
next day. 18 hours each way, 10 different states.

>* where is the strangest place you've heard an ig song?

on any radio station in milwaukee

>* what is the best thread you've ever read on this ig list

don't know about threads, but the best single post was i-girl's 4.17.95
post titled "i don't know why i love it". reprints are available.

>name an ig inspired event.

last week my gf attended a pflag meeting in bloomington, in wearing last
year's list shirt. someone in the audience was intriqued by the back and
wanted to read it. she said sure, and the whole time he was reading it he
kept saying "wow, oh wow". he asked where she got it and wanted to know if
he could get one because he was so impressed by the message and how it fit
it with the work the group is doing. as the meeting was about to end, he
made beth stand up and he read the shirt to entire group. when he was done
reading it every body cheered.  others now want list shirts too. rumor has
it that ig record sales are up in bloomington this week :)

deb

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subject:      re: ig 7 song limited release @ target

hey, someone asked about the seven song limited ed. ig disc that
target is advertising.  i don't know for sure, but i would guess
that they are doing the same type of promo that they did this past
fall for the mary chapin carpenter release (a place in the world-
great disc, btw!).  anyways, they released a 6 song (i think)
sampler called >the mary chapin carpenter collection< with some
of her past work on it.  sort of a mini greatest hits thing.  i
think it was so that folks could *try* her music ($5.99!) and
then maybe decide to buy the new one.  or they could buy the new
one, *try* the older stuff and decide to buy that stuff, too.

at any rate, the limited ed. disc is indeed pictured on the poster
at target (it's the pic from seventeen, btw) and it's captioned
*starter set* or something like that.  my guess is that it's a
mini greatest hits package as well, desiged to give folks a taste
of their music at a bargain price.  the hope would be that they
would come back and buy the new disc.

and then, there are those of us who will buy the *starter* even
though we have everything else... :)

there!  a totally ig content post (well, except for the the ever
so brief mention of mcc) with absolutely no flamage.  it can be
done, folks.

ann

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>
> * what is the greatest lengths you have ever gone to for an ig concert/
>   item/ etc.
>   (still working on that...but hoping on greyhound for a 3 hour bus ride
>    to lewiston seems pretty good...)
>
2 hours each way driving to the unh show two weeks ago (only to be told once
we arrived, by someone (hi, dennis!) who left from the same area, that we
could have made it in an hour...aaagh)

> * where is the strangest place you've heard an ig song?
>   (waiting on hold for a bell canada operator...i heard a muzak version of
>    least complicated)
>
there are so many. on the way to the wheaton show last week, the guy driving
the electrician's van in the next lane had soy blaring on the radio. last
summer, walking down water street in woods hole, massachusetts, when "power of
two" began to waft from the radio in an open-doored cafe. hearing "closer to
fine" on the radio in the neighborhood ice cream place years ago--i didn't even
know who the ig were back then, but the song lodged itself in my head
permanently. but i think the strangest has to be two stories above the street,
in the student center at my school a couple of weeks ago, sitting and talking
with a friend when suddenly the sounds of "land of canaan", full volume on
the stereo, made their way up from the party going on below. it was a
perfect moment.

> * what is the best thread you've ever read on this ig list
>   (definitely mr.limes)
>
grape nuts. touch me fall interpretation (in fact, all the sotw threads...
can we bring those back? pleeeeze?) padded envelopes. worship of susan badass
marine and ssim yknib.

> *  name an ig inspired event.
>    (writing this post)
>
the boston list party last february, braving the cold rains of new england
in winter to commune with fellow disembodied minds and eat fudge off of
frisbees. (okay, only one frisbee.)
kirsten

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at 08:33 pm 4/23/97 pst, lisa m. schreihart wrote:
>i'm awestruck.  i can hardly speak.  i just
>got the jesus christ super-star - a resurrection
>video from daemon records.  it is the best

this might be a good time to ask: does anyone besides me always call this
"jesus christ indigo?" i like it.

i want to second the recommendation! this is a cheap price for a 2-disc set
as modern prices go, and it's fun to listen to. you might find it at a
local blockbuster; i did. even if they don't know who the girls are, they
sometimes stock the right stuff...

tony
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okay, i'll give in to this one:

>>* what is the greatest lengths you have ever gone to for an ig concert/
>>  item/ etc.

kenneled the dog (absolutely heart-breaking), splurged on an *ultra-fancy*
hotel, drove, sat in the southern heat for six hours (w/out potty breaks) to
hold my festival seating seat on second row, and enjoyed myself
immensely---solo.

>>* where is the strangest place you've heard an ig song?

rock 103.5 'classic rock' in 1992...you'd almost have to live here to
understand the significance (e. tennessee).  they were the sponsers for the
outdoor concert series that year...   they pride themselves on the 'classic'
rock format (they play the same ac/dc, leonard skynard, etc. all day
long!)...ig was way way 'way out of place'.  they even did an on-air
interview!

>>* what is the best thread you've ever read on this ig list

announcements of concert dates.  announcements of concert dates.
announcements of concert dates.  in that order.--hopefully this one will be
cool (get away from the flames folks).

>>name an ig inspired event.

buying black cowboy boots....later buying a guitar.  they (the boots)look
pretty cool, wouldn't you agree?  tip for any critical folks out there:
'tis easier to wear good boots than play a good guitar--if in doubt, put yer
money in the boots.

ani starts playing in two hours,
cathy

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hey there everyone,
    i was wondering if anyone going to auburn from atlanta might have room in
their car for two on the way home. our ride has decided to go on to
birmingham that night, and we'd rather not have to take a second car. two
cars for three people seems like  really big waste of gas and energy. i
believe in carpooling. so please let me know if you can give us a ride

                                  peace and smiles
                                              katherine

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whooo hoooo!!!!!!   i

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sorry about the last list...i was soo excited about getting on the guest list
for the 99x live x this sunday ...i hit the wrong key!!!

so this is my first post, but i have been lurking for a while now and
speaking with some of you privately.  this list has provided some wonderful
info on the girls and their music (though i don't know what has happened
lately! :)

so i guess that it is possible that i might meet amy and emily on sunday and
i am sorta nervous, because, like what do you say to the 2 people you admire
the most!!!???   i was also wondering if any of you ig listees had any
suggestions of things i could take to get signed incase i get the chance???
  have they published a lyric book or something along those lines?  thanks so
much to all of you ig fans!!!!

susu

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subject:      letterman

do we have the date for the ig's appearance on letterman?

mjg :)

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poul, you are seriously out of line. if all you do is get sick pleasure
out of flaming other people, you should pick your little ass out of here,
because no one wants to listen to you except yourself. that little
perverse comment you sent me just wasn't exactly appropriate. and what's
with the baising on emily. besides the fact that without her probably no
one would be on this list, as she is half of the ig, i respect her even
more after hearing you, seeing as just how low your morals are. to
whoever was compiling the list of people who want poul off this listm you
have my full and complete support inthe matter, as previously stated.
hell, add me twice, or three times- i stand behind this one full force.
people like you, poul, should not be anywhere near this kind of list,
where there are actually decent people.
~andy

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if you dont like what someone has to say dont read it. dont get me wrong i
think poul is totally out of line but he is just stating his opinion and has
every right to do so just as anyone else. having someone banned from the list
for their thoughts its just as bad as having ellen kept off the air in
birmingham, firing someone from a job due to color religion sexual
orientation etc...lets not lower ourselves to these standards or be so
hypocritical. i dont like the way it feels to be treated in this manner for
my thoughts and i refuse to be silent while its done to others
                             peace,
                                   katherine

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subject:      anyone from socal?

hi- just curious- is there anyone out there from sountern ca, especially
from san diego? if so, are you planning on attending the hospitality
point show? anyone else attending that show?
~andy

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top 5 films?

1. rocky horror picture show
2. desert hearts
3. tori amos little earthquakes (you didn't say they had to be full feature
<grin>)
4. ig watershed (on the same vein as #3)
5. fried green tomatoes

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at 04:50 pm 4/24/97 -0500, you wrote:
>at 08:33 pm 4/23/97 pst, lisa m. schreihart wrote:

>>i just got the jesus christ super-star - a resurrection
>>video from daemon records.

>i want to second the recommendation! this is a cheap price for a 2-disc set

i'm a bit confused... are we talking about a video or the music cd?

if there is a *video* out can someone please send me an e-mail and confirm
this, along with some info on where i can get it??

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hey all,

now that i'm done with grad school (thanks to the listees who helped with
my thesis!), i have time to screw around on my guitar a bit more.

okay, i don't have a website, but i think there's probably enough people
interested in these so i'm going to just forward them to list and
hopefully contribute to the ig content and provide some distraction from
all the ridiculous flamage currently going on.

disclaimer:  these are only rough sketches of how the songs are played.
you have to kind of play around with them a bit, but the tabs are good
enough that you can strum hard and break strings.  i did.

be well and stay tuned (pun intended, for all intensive purposes),

carolyn

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don't give that girl a gun"

c                             g (only a string on fret #2)
she's got a case against me a jury of my peers

am                                          g
the rage of the righteous screaming in her ears
i'm not dignified anymore can't say i didn't call
when i say i love you she don't hear me anymore


c                     am
don't give that girl a gun
don't give that girl a gun

f
she's already won
g
she's already won


c                              g
i made a bad connection she says i went astray

am                              g
jumped ship abandoned my post i didn't think i lost my way
but oh how the mighty fall i saw her crack a smile
i don't got a chance for redemption
she don't believe in the miracle mile

f
take the first shot baby it'll be real clean

g
i'm your girl strong and mean

f
take a second shot baby it'll be real cool

g
i'm your fool

don't give that girl a gun

i said hold me closer cause something's happening
why can't we come together? she said, "i doubt we ever will again."

don't give that girl a gun.


lyrics by amy ray

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scooter boys

chords:  d9 000230
         f  133211
         c9 032010

note:  she doesn't really play the high e string at all.  it's pretty much
the d9, f, c9, d9 pattern all the way through.


[spoken]
scooter boys and argentinians
europe shed the blood of the indians
here i sit in the land of plenty
crying about my own virginity

[sung]
d9                      f
hey blueblood you're nothing new

c9                              d9
you see i come from privilege too

d9                            f
a chapter in the book on the americas

c9                                      d9
and you're just another colonial terrorist

d9                      f
scooter boys and argentinians

c9                d9
europe shed the blood of the indians
here i sit in the land of plenty
crying about my own virginity

[lots of yeahs]
[jam]

way down south where the maya reign
the pottery and poetry in his grave
he said we're stealing from the best to feed the poor
well, they mean war

scooter boys and argentinians
europe shed the blood of the indians
here i sit in the land of plenty
crying about my own virginity

[more yeahs]
[jam]


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obviously, if there's a pattern, i didn't bother adding the tabs in the
lyrics.  just follow the patterns in verse and chorus.  note, i'm not
really sure about this one, either, but it sounds right to me.  so oh
well.


shed your skin

chords: e   022100
        e?  022130  (i don't know what this chord is called)
        f   133211
        am  002210
        c   032010
        g   320033

e    e?
115 you are 17

e               f
itchy trigger venomous

e
you growing longer

e?
you growing stronger

e
you shed your skin

f
now shed this

come on over baby

am              c
you tell me its holy holy

g                      f
i don't know what that is

come on over

am                c       g    f
lets call it the fullness of time


i don't know what that is

am         c             g         f
hey holy console me some power control me
remorse it i force it can't free it so be it


e                          e?
i'm speaking in tongues handling you

e                                   f
i got religion religion now look at it

the days grow longer
as we grow stronger
so shed your skin baby
let it rip

now tell me its holy holy
i don't know what that is
i want to call it the fullness of time
but i don't know if it is
hey holy console me some power control me
remorse it i force it can't free it so be it

i got the hangman
i got milagro
i got the celebration too
the flesh is strong
the spirit stronger
so shed your skin baby
let it through

come on over


lyrics by amy ray

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the chords of chiapas bound the way i've seen amy play them are

g, d,  c

the 'solo' bridge part is

em, bm, then 004433, bm, c, em, d/f (200230)

she plays the transition from bm, to that weird chord, back to bm by
simply moving her index down to the fret from the bm bar chord.

make sense?  i swear.  these are the exact chords the way she plays them.

good luck.


chiapas bound   ("a love song")   amy ray
g                    d         c
all the girls with anorexia are on the street tonight
g                     d                 c
and the boys in the band think they look just fine
and i dont even know why i drove this car down congress avenue
hoping to find you turning on the light

well you seem like a girl with the world on your side
but its just a point of view
and i know how quickly that could change too
see i heard you were free or someone thinks you should be
and i know just how that feels
i thought maybe we could just talk for a while

solo/bridge part.


(i've never heard this new verse, so i'm not sure if they're the normal
chords or different ones.)

cuz baby i got something to stand for
i got somewhere we could go home
i just need someone to stand with
see it aint no good this feeling alone

when you said that you'd go down to mexico
well i think that i might go there too
but its probably too late to find someone like you
yeah it sounds really cool to be without a care in some southern town
but i heard there's trouble down there if you're chiapas bound

yeah it sounds really cool to be without a care in some southern town
but i heard there's trouble down there if you're chiapas bound

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same pattern throughout...

shame on you

a       002220
d9      000230
e       022100

        a
        my friends they wash the windows
        d9                      e
        and they shine in the sun
        a
        they say wake up early in the morning sometime
                         d9                  e
        and see what a beautiful job we've done

        i said let's put on some tunes
        sing-a-long and do a little all day
        go down to the riverside, take off our clothes
        and wash these sins away

        and the river said, la la la, it said
        shame on you
        and the river said, la la la, it said
        shame on you

        i go down to chicano city park
        cause it makes me feel so fine
        and when the weeds go down
        you can see up close
        in the dead of the wintertime

        oh, when the summer comes everything's in bloom
        and you wouldn't know it's there
        and the white folks would like to pretend it's not
        but their music's in the air

        you can hear them saying, la, la, la, they said
        shame on you
        you can feel them dancing, la, la, la, they said
        shame on you

        my friend tanner she says, you know, me and jesus
        we're of the same heart
        the only thing that keeps us distant
        is that i keep fucking up

        i said come on down to chicano city park
        wash your blues away
        and when the beautiful ladies walk right by
        you know i never know what to say

        and now they're singing, ooh la, la, la...
        shame on you
        and now we're dancing, ooh la, la, la...they said
        shame on you
        shame on you

        we're out tripping in the middle of the night
        up in gainesville town
        there'll be blue lights flashing down a long dirt road
        they ask me to step out

        they said we've been looking for illegal immigrants
        can we check your car
        i said you know it's funny
        i think you were on the same boat back in 1694

        and i said, ooh, la, la, la...
        shame on you
        and i said, ooh, la, la, la...
        shame on you...
        shame on you

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chords:   a     002220
          g     320033
          d9    000230
          e     022100

note:  this song is kind of finger picked starting on a, moving to  g
(only the first 4 strings) back to a.   requires some playing arond, but i
think this is the general idea. it sounds 'empty' without emily's part,
though.


---------------3----------------------------3----------
0------------------2-----------0-----------------2----
----2-----------------0-----------2-----------------0---
-------2-----------------0-----------2-------------------0--
----------2------------------------------2----------------
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        hey kind friend

        a         g
        hey kind friend

               a              g        a       g
        don't know when i'll see you again

               a                    g      a              g           a g
        on a ferry boat bound to victoria laying down to hide from the wind

        big dipper hanging over the city
        you know everything now is different for me
        ain't no use in explaining this scenery


                            d9             e                a
        i said, hey kind friend, help me forget where i've been

                    d9     e            a
        hey kind friend, remember who i am


         a                      g
        i was too late in spokane

         a                              g
        so i caught a ride through the cascade range
        i saw the sun die in olympia, running down on capital lane

        and i ask you for some relief
        and it's one true route that you bring to me
        at 3 am, it's good company

        i don't know when i'm going to see you again
        it's okay friend, it's okay friend

        so i'll meet you in new orleans or i'll see you around
        'cause i don't know if these highs will be coming down
        i said i'm calling you from a goldrush town

        i say, hey kind friend help me forget where i've been
        hey kind friend, help me to remember who i've been
        hey kind friend, i don't know when i'm going to see you again
        it's ok friend, it's ok friend
        i said it's ok friend, i'm ok friend


"i don't wanna to wait for heaven
i can find what i need right here on earth this time,
there's too many people only waiting for heaven
let me tell you, if you can't feel it here, you won't feel it there anyway"
     -amy ray

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i figured out "cut it out" too, but didn't bother writing it down.
whoops.  as soon as i get a good copy of the song, i'll send the tabs.

don't be upset if the tabs (to all that i forwarded) were wrong.  i'm no
guru and have only been playing for 2.5 years.  so if you are a guru and
you have some changes, please let me know.

be well all,

carolyn

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hey!

anyone have the meaning behind the picture on
the tour t-shirt?

sorry if this was discussed already or should be
obvious....thanks!

:) eric

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hi y'all,
    i was ordering jcs - a resurrection from rainy day records today
(after lisa's  recommendation) and i asked perry about the rumored 3rd
volume cd and he told me that rainy day records is officially out of the
ig boot business at the request of the ig management. apparently there
has been a rather recent attitude shift.
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justin, just wanted to say right on about your comments about
christianity, and the indigo girls, as a person who is extreamly stong in
her faith in christ, i have struggled right along with you, and the
debats with my christian friends anout music somehow always end up with
the indigo girls. your right on when ypu say that the christianity debate
has no place here.  just kick back listen to the music you love, and love
christ!

deb

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okay... for those people in the mind to get a t-shirt from me, with the
following on it:

===

"i may disagree with what you say, but i will defend to the death your
right to say it." -- voltaire

celebrate diversity just like we don't do on indigo-girls@netspace.org

===

please send me an email privately because i have a feeling i will soon be
terminated on this loving, caring, accepting list (differing viewpoint and
all that). i'll add you to a list.

i'm still not sure that this will go forward into production, because it
may cease to be funny in a little while, but just in case...

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cincinnati college of pharmacy. actor, director, ibm fanatic, technical
writer, dog (jrt) lover, single guy, & much, much more! try my home page
at: "http://ucunix.san.uc.edu/~vogelap"     "the only way out is through."
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ric: isn't "the man" the guy who's always bringing everyone down?
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just heard it on 99x...
a third show, may 25, has been added.
tix go on sale this saturday at 10 am.
~~robin

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just read that ellen's interview with diane sawyer will start on
friday night's 20/20 *and* be concluded on primetime live on
wednesday night.
check out yahoo's tv guide listings.
alycia

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those of you who still have eyes to see.  ears hear me.  you will be saved
by grace in the end.  saved by time if you don't understand...that your
hated is ruining and your fear...and your paranoia and insecurities well
they don't belong here.  you've got to take someone's hand, you've got to
learn to make your stand.             - amy ray

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i've been looking for the jcs resurection with ig, at least on cd, and i
can't find it anywhere. can anyone tell me where to find it? thanks in
advance!
~andy

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can i just say a big hearty "thank you!" to those who are putting chords
on the list? you rock! where are you getting these? just figuring them
out, or does olga already have them?

~andy

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at 05:15 pm 4/24/97 -0400, lori brinkman wrote:

>i did some web surfing and at www.mtv.com there is info on mtv unplugged
>shows *galore*.  you can even download the files and watch the clips of
>anyone who's been on unplugged (it takes a long long time though and i ran
>out of patience).  so, if you are curious about the ig on unplugged, it is
>there under "michelle shocked and indigo girls" (look under "s" for
>shocked).

it's also directly linked to my ig page.

is it just me, or are there way more anti-flame posts than flames?!  i'm
with chris (as usual) -- the best thing to do is just move on.  you've all
turned this into much more than it would have been otherwise.

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at 07:51 pm 4/23/97 edt, kirsten chevalier wrote:

>there has never been a single person posting as many inflammatory
>words as poul has, and it seems like it's time to do something.

yeah -- add him to your bozo filter.  find your delete key.  you don't have
the luxury of firing co-workers you don't don't like, do you?  do you quit
your job if you don't like everyone there?  do you quit classes if there's
someone you can't stand in  them?  no -- you modify your behavior to adapt
to the situation.

it's silly to try to kick someone off the list because he rubs you the
wrong way.  skip his posts, or just don't respond to them, and the problem
will take care of itself.  even the biggest a'hole in the world is impotent
if no one notices (or acknowledges) the behavior.

finally, it seems to me that your "poll" is not only insignificant given
the size of this list, but biased because people like me thought it was
such an immature gesture that we didn't bother to participate.

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all dates are subject to final negotiations between lilith fair and venue
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>date: thu, 24 apr 1997 11:46:01 -0700
>to: deb <indigo@mindspring.com>
>from: john miller <jmiller@wdl.lmco.com>
>lilith fair news
>================
>
>the april 03 rolling stone magazine (brad pitt cover) had the following:
>
>"sarah mclachlan has lined up a venerable who's who of female talent for
> her lilith fair festival this summer.  each show will have a main stage
> and a 'coffeehouse' stage, with several acts apiece.  mclachlan, whose
> new album is out in june, will appear on all dates of the 35-city tour,
> which kicks off july 4, in vancouver, with the following artists set to
> appear on a rotating basis: natalie merchant, jewel, sheryl crow, joan
> osborne, suzanne vega, mary chapin carpenter, emmylou harris, cardigans,
> juliana hatfield, lisa loeb, aimee mann and neneh cherry.
> still considering the offer are sinead o'conner and shawn colvin.
> a percentage of each ticket sale will go to local women's charities."
>
>the official lilith fair web-site <http://www.lilithfair.com> lists the
>following artists:
>
>    * fiona apple
>    * autour de lucie
>    * the cardigans
>    * mary chapin carpenter
>    * neneh cherry
>    * paula cole
>    * shawn colvin
>    * indigo girls
>    * jewel
>    * lisa loeb
>    * aimee mann
>    * joan osborne
>    * suzanne vega
>    * wild colonials
>    * victoria williams
>    * kelly willis
>
>only one *confirmed* date can be found at the web-site:
>
>    date       market        venue      capacity  tickets available
>    july 05    seattle, wa   the gorge    20000   tba
>
>i found the following tentative dates elsewhere:
>
>    97/07/04   vancouver,bc
>    97/07/05   seattle,wa
>    97/07/06   portland,or
>    97/07/08   san fransisco,ca
>    97/07/09   los angeles,ca
>    97/07/10   phoenix,ar
>    97/07/29   nissan pavillion, washington,dc
>    97/07/30   unconfirmed- raliegh, nc or charlotte,nc
>    97/07/31   starwood amphitheater,nashville,tn
>    97/08/01   lakewood amphitheater,atlanta, ga
>    97/08/03   woodlands, houston, tx
>    97/08/04   starplex, dallas, tx
>    97/08/05   mud island, memphis,tn
>    97/08/07   riverbend amphitheater, cincinnatti,oh
>    97/08/08   deer creek, amphitheater,indianapolis,in
>    97/08/09   world theater,chicago,il
>    97/08/11   polaris amphitheater,columbus,oh
>    97/08/12   star lake amphitheater, pittsburg,pa
>    97/08/13   scranton,pa
>    97/08/15   toronto,ontario
>    97/08/16   toronto,ontario
>    97/08/17   ottowa,ontario
>    97/08/18   montreal,quebec
>
>our bay area venue (the shoreline) has already published the july 08
>date for this show, as well as listed many of the artists scheduled.
>see last sunday's chronicle 'pink section' for details.

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date:         thu, 24 apr 1997 20:17:19 -0500
reply-to:     jen hall <jchall@earthlink.net>
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just heard on the radio that "wendy's" (the burger fast food place) has
pulled their commercials from "ellen" slots next week's "coming out"
episode.  here in houston, they are holding a boycott and protest in
support of ellen around 5pm, then holding a party in support of the whole
issue.

so it appears that another corporation has shown ignorance by pulling their
ad from the "coming out" episode.  i believe gm has too.

just thought this may be of interest to some.

peace,
- jen hall

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date:         thu, 24 apr 1997 21:39:52 -0400
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> * what is the greatest lengths you have ever gone to for an ig concert/
>   item/ etc.

when i was in england last year, i wandered around downtown
birmingham trying to find a cd/tape store that had 4.5  (i've only
been to one concert, and y'all already read my adventures there)

> * where is the strangest place you've heard an ig song?

galileo, muzak style, played in the grocery store next to my parent's
house

> * what is the best thread you've ever read on this ig list

what emily would do to get back at amy if amy were to win a
fist-fight

> *  name an ig inspired event.

wrote a couple of songs and played them at a coffee house a few
months ago


anna

"i like to write really quiet songs on the electric guitar."  -amy ray


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

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date:         thu, 24 apr 1997 21:07:44 -0500
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allright, due to the unbelieveable amount of e-mail clogging my box,
i've gotten a new e-mail addy (actually i got five more boxes, but i'm
only gonna give you one address :) ) and this address is for boot
requests, personal responses and other stuff...my original e-mail addy
will be reserved for the list, while the second reserved for the
above-mentioned...
write to:
salray1@webtv.net
it's just like my old address...just add a 1...
so all of you wanting to boots and if i happen to be your captain, write
to salray1@webtv.net
if you write to the salray addy, i can't guarantee that my delete-happy
finger will get your message...but if you write to the salray1 addy,
you're guaranteed a response...and if you just want my bootlist write to
the salray1 addy...after it's compiled i'll forward it to all wwho
requested....
p.s. if anyone sent me a message today or yesterday evening, please send
it to salray1@webtv.net....because of the enormous amount of mail, my
box overflowed and i missed some messages...
thanks for your time....and dont' forget:
salray1@webtv.net
-tracy

"you are in the truth you seek."-me'shell n.

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date:         thu, 24 apr 1997 20:06:36 -0600
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---------- forwarded message ----------
date: tue, 22 apr 1997 17:42:32 -0500 (cdt)
from: owner-daemonrecs-info@m2.monsterbit.com
subject: at long last....some news from daemon records!

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we know it has been a long time so we will take this opportunity to catch
everyone up on what is happening here at daemon records. you will be hearing
from us more regularly now...promise!
-------------------------------------------
what's new at daemon...

the rock*a*teens - cry
   this is there second release on daemon by former members of bands like
dqe, dirt, opal foxx quartet and the jody grind.  the rock*a*teens have
continued their self described "reverb soaked shame spiral into the
basement of bummer rock" and have delivered it well. highly influenced by
sweet tea and their first album, you can't miss this release.

lift - lifelike
   this atlanta quartet offers original alternative rock, combining
thoughtful lyrics with the thrust of an uncompromising electric attack.
lead singer/songwriter molly bancroft has a sincere-yet-sultry vocal
presence, earning her comparisons to people like suzanne vega and sarah
mclachlan.  sonically, the band juxtaposes moody & atmospheric textural
qualities - reminiscent of the cocteau twins - with the solid guitar-pop
strutures of, say, chrissie hynde and the pretenders.  oh, and for those of
you on the east coast, lift will be opening for the indigo girls thru the
20th.

kristen hall - thumbprint
   this all new 10 song cassette is pure kristen!  some recorded with full
band and some at home with just her guitar but all with the distinctive
kristen style that has made her one of our favorite artists.  also, we have
a limited number of real life stuff cassettes so for those of you that
don't have this early release, nows the time to get it.

reversing hour - the diva's whiskey
   this cd is a harder edged, more experimental release than their daemon
debut life without television.  driven by the singing and songwriting of
founding member steve dixon, the diva's whiskey features 14 guitar fueled
originals.

michelle malone - re-releases
   daemon is now carrying three of michelle's best cd's.  reissued on
michelle's own strange bird songs are new experience, for you not them, and
a swingin' christmas in the attic.  all are a must for michelle fans.

attention dede vogt fans
   we just got word that willing suspension of disbelief and cowboy envy's
debut release will not be manufactured again.  we have limited numbers left
so order now.  but don't fret, dede says she is releasing a new cd, cartoon
flat, on saturday, sept 6th at eddie's attic in atlanta.  also, cowboy envy
will release no chaps on august 17th at eddie's.  this release will include
most of the old stuff with nine new cuts.

daemon broadcasts
   look for broadcasts of lift, the rock*a*teens, danielle howle and the
tantrums, reversing hour, and belloluna in the next month.  monsterbit will
be playing live recordings from our daemon showcase at the extravaganza
music conference in nashville.  old stuff, new stuff and louder than you
think!

   lastly, we want to thank all of you for the wonderful support of our
label over the years.  we can't do this without you!  leave us some
feedback on the site if you have any questions, ideas, and yes even
complaints.  we'll get back to you with our thoughts.

   thanks and support your local music,
        the daemon staff

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

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date:         thu, 24 apr 1997 22:24:48 -0400
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hi everyone..
   first i have to share my good news.  you see after i got home last
night and found out the ig show at auburn was postponed, i was crushed.
after all i have been looking forward to this weekend forever.  but then
today my friends called and asked if i was up for driving to birmingham to
see ani!  of course i said yes :)  looks like my weekend will be wonderful
after all.. anyone else going?

okay, this movie thread has my interest so here is my list:

1. harold and maude
2. priscilla: queen of the desert
3. clueless
4. indigo girls watershed
5. fried green tomatoes


* where is the strangest place you've heard an ig song?
at a production of shakespear's "i henry iv" performed by a touring
shakespear group. they sang center stage while banging on trash can
lids and circling around prince hal in the beginning of the play.  at
least i think it was prince hal..anyway, they are a great group. if i
remember correctly they are called the shanendoah shakespear express.
check them out if you have a chance.


it's great to be back in the land of ig.. no more flames..

peace,
em


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<|       sing somebody do something anything soon i know i can't be the
  >\      whatever i am in the room.."
                                       -ani difranco

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date:         thu, 24 apr 1997 21:47:27 -0500
reply-to:     leah beth kaplan <indigirl@ix.netcom.com>
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from:         leah beth kaplan <indigirl@ix.netcom.com>
subject:      immortal indigos...and camp songs (igc)

okay, i just remembered this as i was going through my camp stuff.
closer to fine is in my camp song book that my camp makes.  i go to
camp chi which has been around since the dawn of time and will be
around until the final blackout.  and when a song makes it to the ranks
of 'camp song'  that makes it immortal.  this ctf has joined the ranks
of blowin' in the wind, cats in the cradle, father to son, return to
pooh corner... all the wonderful camp songs that are sung every year
and rarely are retired to the land of forgotton songs.  ctf was a huge
camp song.  so my theory on this is, as long as campers keep on singing
ctf (which i think will be forever), the girls are immortal!  so there
you have it! (so maybe if amy reads this she'll feel a little better
about her fear of mortality!)

    peace,
        leah (who is still glowing because her after her aunt, who is
an english teacher, came over for passover, stepped into her room, saw
her ig posters/shrine, and then said "wait a minute, i subsribe to
scholastic and i got an indigo girls tape from them with all sorts of
neat stuff on it, do you want it?  it's in the car...")

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date:         thu, 24 apr 1997 22:05:27 -0500
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i just wanted to shout a thanks out for the collective list.  i've come
upon such great non-ig artists that i never would have found otherwise.
i just bought the new ani-living in clip and i am definitely hooked.
i'm hoping she comes near oklahoma (near like a three or four state
radius) i must see her live.  well, i'd really love to.  this is just a
continuance of a long string of artists i have discovered through the
list.  shawn colvin, gerard mchugh, new mongrels, and now ani and i'm
trying to save up enough cash to order some michelle malone, on top of
sots, of course.  :)  thanks y'all!
keep it groovy,
ryan

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date:         thu, 24 apr 1997 23:14:52 edt
reply-to:     amy c rush <amyrush@juno.com>
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>* what is the greatest lengths you have ever gone to for an ig
>concert/
>  item/ etc.
i am in kansas and flew to dallas to go to the fort worth show
recently....i went with some of my best friends who are there, so i guess
the trip was for two things, but the concert was a big reason.

>* where is the strangest place you've heard an ig song?
i was in sears one day and saw the least complicated video on some
monitor.  i wasn't a big fan yet, but knew when i heard the song that i
would be in the future. :)


yea for indigo girl content!!!!
amy

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date:         thu, 24 apr 1997 20:16:38 -0700
reply-to:     bonster@bp05.u.washington.edu
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for anyone who is interested:

1. lilith fair seattle - july 5 at the gorge:

tickets should go on sale may 3.  scheduled performers for this particular
venue/date include sarah mclachlan, tracy chapman, jewel, paula cole and
suzanne vega. this is according to kmtt.

2. i was in tower records in the u-district and saw two copies of 4.5.  i
think they were priced around $20.99 (which seems like a pretty good deal. i
believe i paid about $25 for my copy back whenever that was...)

play nicely,

-bon

bonster@u.washington.edu

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date:         thu, 24 apr 1997 23:29:31 -0500
reply-to:     karrie the queen of the soapbox <k645501b@edinboro.edu>
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hey all-

ya know, it is amazing to me that i make a couple of posts to people i feel
i share a commonality with, and suddenly, in 48 hours time, this has
turned into a huge flame war.  hello!  probably may and emily are sitting
out there in lurkdom reading all this shit and saying "uh, we have an
album coming out in 5 days....are they ever going to talk about that?"

for god's sake, forget about it.  say what you want to say, insult who you
want to insult, and voice what you need to voice.  i appreciate those who
have jumped to my defense, and trust me, i am in total agreement, but
enough is enough.  is poul wants to take pot shots, let him.  i don'tt
care.  and neither should you.  let's move on and discuss why "cut it out"
is the most angst ridden amy song ever, or how inspiring "everything in
it's own time" is in the hateful society we live in.  let's talk about
emily being sick, her birthday, what everyone is gonna do for summer and
fall and winter and spring, and most of all, let's move on.  it is my life,
the post's contents are my problem, and i am taking them away as of now.
;)

everyone is grounded!  ;)
o o
^
\_/

can we just forget the whole damn thing?  we are drawn here by the ig, not
to fight.  if you want to have a total flame list, then contact listserv.
maybe they can set something up for you.

not bitter, not angry, just sick of the fighting....

karrie

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to all who have mailed me, a big thanks!  i appreciate all you have said
to me and will consider it in my decision....

you guys are great!

thanks-
karrie

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date:         thu, 24 apr 1997 21:13:05 pst
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subject:      jcs video
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hey y'all,

i'm off this list to get some work done, but yesterday i just had to
post to the list about seeing the "jesus christ super-star -
a resurrection" video for the first time.  i just got a pretty
overwhelming response to that post.  so, now i've gotta
tell y'all where to get the video if you don't know.

i got mine from daemon records, amy's indie record
label, which produced the video and cd set in conjunction
with long play records.  the address and web url are as follows:

daemon records
p.o. box 1207
atlanta, ga 30031

http://monsterbit.com/daemon/

i don't have the phone number or e-mail addy
handy.  i think you can get this info from daemon's
homepage.  you can also get yourself on daemon's
e-mail and mailing lists by filling out a form on their
homepage.

the video is a well-done filming of a march '95 performance
at sxsw in austin, tx.  it's got great sound, although sometimes
it is hard to make out some of the lyrics.  amy said in the daemon
catalog, "personally i like some of the live music better than the cd,
mostly for the spontaneity of it (m. lorant agrees)."  i agree too!!!
she also said, "the sound recording at this show was top rate.
visually, this film has the best seat in the house at many points
during the show."

this video is copyrighted in 1996.  the cast is as follows (all indie
people, i think):

judas iscariot          michael lorant
jesus christ            amy ray
mary magdalene          emily saliers
priests 1 and 3         paul schwartz
caiaphas, high priest   benjamin
annas                   mike mantione
priest 2                        shawn mullins
simon zealotes          kelly hogan
pontius pilot           gerard mchugh
maid by the fire                anne richmond boston
peter                   matt brown
soldier 1                       jeff jensen
old man                 bill decker
soldier 2                       pete williams
king herod              dave clair
voice of judas          social insanity

the bands:  dew, murray hedd experience, seed & feed
marching abominable, 3 lb. thrill, five eight, engine,
big fish ensemble, social insanity, revelation string
quartet.  i may have missed a few.  sorry!

the cast is great, but not perfect (and that's good!).
this is a raw rock opera, the way i think
it was probably meant to be done.  if anyone has seen the
broadway touring version of jcs, amy & lorant's jcs is much braver,
riskier, more intense, more aggressive, etc.  (i'm having a hard
time articulating it.)  the touring jcs is just too overproduced,
like all national touring shows are.  but, amy & lorant's jcs....
it really gets you awestruck.  you can really see the caring,
sharing, dedication, etc. that everyone put into it, from the
cast to the musicians to the production crew.  this video
is well worth the $15 (and that's an understatement).  the first
thing i thought when seeing it was: wow, it would have been great
to be in that audience.  but then i thought: the close-up video
shots and the quality of this video's production is such that
seeing it on video is probably better than being in the audience.  just
get a close-up look at amy ray, and you'll know what i mean.  you also
get to see rehearsal footage, other behind-the-scenes shenanigans,
and a interview with amy and emily at the end (gotta let the video play
out to not miss this).

oh, yeah, the video and double cd set (also available from daemon)
are fundraisers to help end gun violence.  you know amy and her
causes!  god bless her, and the other indie people who work side
by side with her.

hope you all enjoy it.  as far as the speed of shipping goes, if you
order it through daemon's www site, like i did, it takes about a week
and a half to two weeks to get to you.  daemon is pretty fast....
not as fast as rdr, but quick enough.  (i think rdr has the cd set,
but i am not sure about the video.  you may want to check with them,
too.)

lisa s.
lschreihart@juno.com

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date:         thu, 24 apr 1997 22:29:41 -0500
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first, i ask for all of you to forgive me for my lude outburst.  i am usualy
more gentle and kind, but my temper got the best of me.
second, i got to hear soy for the first time today!  i was walking around where
i live (mpls.), saw a sam goody and decided to take a peek inside since someone
said the single would be out today.  i asked the guy at the counter, and he said
"yeah, go listen to it.  the copies are free so take a few!" ahhhh!!! (of course
i only took one out of respect for other ig fans.) :)  it's times like today
that make me so happy and proud to be an ig fan!
amanda


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epic/sony has been showing a short (around 10 min) "historical"
video of ig at the listening parties to kick off the live set.  it
has a lot of stuff from the watershed video, some video not from
that, and text describing events, fans, releases, etc through the
years.  it's prettyy cool.

well, a non-list friend adn i have determined that there are *2* versions
of this out there.  seh got one today which is in a cardboard sleeve
decorated with things indigo.  i cam across one today in a used
cd store which is in a black hard plastic case.  the one i got has
a screen starting the video describing it as being from dec 1996,
and being a branch presnetation.  at the end, it talks about ig having
been in the studio since october working on a release tentatively
titled "map".  well, we all know what happened to that title.  the
rest of video seems to be same (she is in ny state and i am in boston
so we havent watched the videos side by side). so, since it has been
a while since the last studio release, my guess is that this video
started as a way to get some buzz going at the label offices as
they ramped up publicity.

so, the long and short of this is to say there is more stuff to
be found in the collectibles market.  keep your eyes open!

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pegasus@crl.com            \     /      when you're alone
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subject:      ig show in nyc

so, just wondering....  i understand there's a show in nyc on june 4.  have
tix gone on sale for that already?  what's the deal?  i hear lift will be
opening for them...  a wonderful prospect for all you new yorkers!  :)  so
please let me know if you have any info on the venue and tix, etc.  thanks
ever so!

court

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okay, one more thing.  sorry to make so many damn posts about it.  first,
thanks to everyone who has sent me thank you's for posting the tabs.  does
lots for a fledgling guitarist's tender ego.  see, this list can be a warm
and wonderful place.  hee hee.

now watch, the chords are probably horribly wrong and i'll have to run
for my life.   too bad.  i like 'em like that.


anyway, i forgot to mention that i owe jen lucero a huge thanks for
posting the lyrics a long while back.  her doing this made it a lot easier
for me to just add the tabs.  'cause if i had to type all the lyrics
out again, i might not have ever bothered.

here's to breaking tons of strings!

carolyn

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the last tabs for tonight.  i swear!  i'll have cut it out for you next
week after i finally get a copy of the album.

be well and enjoy,

carolyn

amy's "problem child"...

e       022100
a9      002200
c       032010
am      002210
ex      020100  (i'm just calling it ex 'cause i have no idea what chord
this is.  she uses it frequently during non-singing parts)
em      022000

        e                         ex
        i am a problem child

        a9
        i've been wild all my days

        e
        all my anger and my rage

        a9
        my senses said it would lead me astray

                c  am   e
        i said go, go, go


        am                                   em
        raise your hands, raise your hands high

        am                              em           d
        don't take a seat, don't stand aside this time

                         c        c   am  e
        don't assume anything but go, go, go

        (same pattern as the verse 1)
        five generations running fast
        these things will not pass
        this debtors blood runs in my veins
        i can't change anything
        i said no, no, no

        raise your hands, raise your hands high
        don't take a seat, don't stand aside this time
        don't assume anything but go, go, go

        d                                           e
        so you've learned to cry but you don't know why

        d                              am                e    ex ex ex
        so you've learned to laugh, what are we laughing at?

        so i am a problem child
        i've been wild all my days
        all my anger and my rage
        my senses said it would lead me astray
        and i said go, go, go

        raise your hands, raise your hands high
        don't take a seat, don't stand aside this time
        don't assume anything this time
        don't assume anything
        i said go, go, go

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hi.
somebody asked about the guitars a and e are playing. i posted a similar
request some time ago to the newsgroup and everybody who answered said
they're playing martins. in the article "power of two" it is said that the
exact name of their guitars is:
martin j-40 ms. the j means it is a jumbo guitar not a dreadnought...
martin guitars has a web site up, i think the url is www.mguitar.com.

hope this helps.
peace,
kathrin
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i share the same experience, though not at camp chi(at camp wayne, where my
daddy went too). anyway, i started going there in 1987. every friday night,
we had this thing called creative service, where one group would be in
charge, and there would be a theme(y'know frienships, difference,
tolerance, etc). and there would be singing. the woman who played the
guitar was a total folkie, and introduced me to a lot of the music i listen
to now.
        anyway, one of the songs i learned in that first summer was ctf.
and i loved it. and when i went back home(actually to the countryhouse we
used to have), i told my parents about this new group called the indigo
girls, and they bought me the album. it was the self-titled, i guess. it
was the first tape i owned of what i considered my music. and i only
listened to that first song: ctf. i would never listen past that, because
hey, i was only 9. and a few weeks later, my parents told me that the
indigo girls were playing with joan baez at tanglewood. and i told them not
to bother getting tickets, because i only knew that one song. and if you
knew how many times i've kicked myself since then...
        well, later that year, i put the tape on and left it going, and
from that moment on, the indigo girls became the soundtrack to my life. and
each summer that i went back to camp, the other people and camp seemed to
be feeling the same way. new ig songs were added each summer. but it all
started off with ctf.
        i don't know exactly what this has to do with anything, but the
post made me start to cry remembering the start of my camp days, and i
thought i'd share my experience.

sari

>
>okay, i just remembered this as i was going through my camp stuff.
>closer to fine is in my camp song book that my camp makes.  i go to
>camp chi which has been around since the dawn of time and will be
>around until the final blackout.  and when a song makes it to the ranks
>of 'camp song'  that makes it immortal.  this ctf has joined the ranks
>of blowin' in the wind, cats in the cradle, father to son, return to
>pooh corner... all the wonderful camp songs that are sung every year
>and rarely are retired to the land of forgotton songs.  ctf was a huge
>camp song.  so my theory on this is, as long as campers keep on singing
>ctf (which i think will be forever), the girls are immortal!  so there
>you have it! (so maybe if amy reads this she'll feel a little better
>about her fear of mortality!)

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and strong, while our love is good and young.
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sari laufer
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>date:    fri, 25 apr 1997 00:00:37 -0400
>from:    courtney reeve <courtchea@aol.com>
>subject: ig show in nyc
>
>so, just wondering....  i understand there's a show in nyc on june 4.  have
>tix gone on sale for that already?  what's the deal?  i hear lift will be
>opening for them...  a wonderful prospect for all you new yorkers!  :)  so
>please let me know if you have any info on the venue and tix, etc.  thanks
>ever so!
>
>court
        i heard that it's at madison square garden on june 3rd. don't know
when tickets go on sale, but it's usually on a saturday or a thursday.
tickets are available through the msg box office or through ticketbastard(i
mean master).

sari

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for anyone who has yet to see lift with or w/o the girls.... they rock...
esp the bassist, julie... just thought y'all should know.... sorry for the
bandwidth... :) but really... they *do* rock!!!!
-emilyo++o

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does anyone know if modern rock live is broadcast on any atlanta stations?
if so, which one?  thanks.

elizabeth

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hi y'all,

before a major disk crash, i had a quite complete tour history :(

to restore my bootlist, i would very much appreciate to get another
copy of that. got it off the net somewhere, but as of today, altavista
and hotbot seem unable to deliver.

greetings to the lucky ones who will have it at least a week earlier
than me. (europe sucks)

georg

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subject:      tour dates

got some tour dates ..  sorry if they're already known.


check local listings for confirmation

may 23,24,25    atlanta, ga                     chastain park
may 27                  richmond, va                    classic amphitheater
may 28,29               vienna, va                              wolf trap
may 30                  philadeplia, pa         mann music center
may 31                  hartford, ct                    the meadows
june 3                  nyc, ny                                 madison square garden
june 5                  holmdel, nj                     pnc bank arts center
june 6                  mansfield, ma                   great woods
june 7                  saratoga spring, ny     saratoga performance arts
june 12         cuyahoga falls, oh              blossom music center
june 13         kettering, oh                   fraze pavilion
june 14         clarkston, mi                   pine knob music theater

* additional dates to be confirmed

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how can i get a tour schedual?
sincerely, lizzy krakow   (hazelnut88@aol.com)

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hi ya'll!!! well, i suppose this is ligc<--i dont think i've ever seen that
one before! (though i stay awake at night, counting down the minutes till sos
release<---with my luck, i wont be able to find it round here but i will
search the ends of the earth and beyond if i must on april 29th....) but i am
wondering if anyone here would be interested in either donating to a project
i am working on or offering some companies who might be interested in
sponsorship...as a member of the aids peer group at my ultra-conservative,
homogeneous high school i got this brainstorm last summer to hold a road
race/walk to support the fledgling aids task force in our county and promote
the peer group (which the school board has attempted to disband many times,
but fortunately has not yet failed due to the dedication of our members!!)
which educates in the middle and high schools and helps to sponsor aids
related foundations and those who have/are affected by the disease.  so i
sent out over 200 professional letters to various organizations/businesses in
my community complete with s.a.s.e.s and a convenient form with simply a
space provided to check "yes, i am interested in receiving more information"
or "no, do not send me more information at this time", naively expecting to
receive 200 response in the mail over the course of a couple weeks/months (i
gave them two months to respond) how many did i receive back?  a whopping 20.
fortunately 19 responded positively (but i even had tremendous respect for
the one negative) after dishing out $80 of my own personal savings for stamps
and envelopes (let's just say that was my donation!) i was very
disappointed....so i tried again with even worse results...i suppose my
community is more homophobic and "hush hush" than i ever realized!  but i do
have a handful of great sponsors for whom i am grateful...i am from
greensburg, pennsylvania and attend hempfield area high school (about a half
hour east of the illustrious city of pittsburgh!) if anyone is interested in
helping me or has any experience with this or suggestions email me! thanks
for taking the time to read this far (sorry for being so long-winded) all
shades of indigo, celeste  (hmmm....is there a crayola indigo?  amy and emily
indigo..it has a nice ring to it....did anyone submit that in the "name the
crayon competition"?)

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at 04:16 pm 4/24/97 edt, you wrote:


>*  name an ig inspired event.
>   (writing this post)
>
going to bumbershoot with a total stranger, off this list, just because i
was dying to go to my very first ig concert. normally i am very timid, in
fact i have been on this list for over a year and don't post very much, and
would never go anywhere with someone i did not know. we ended up hitting it
off right away, and it was a wonderful day and a really great almost 8
months.

jeni

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advertising. yet still buy the product." -from "data trash"
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subject:      jcs video

hi.

>> (i think rdr has the cd set, but i am not sure about the
>>video.  you may want to check with them, too.)

they do have the video, it's $14.95.
hope this helps..
peace and
take care.

kathrin
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subject:      i love you guys

i think i have sufficiently recovered from the combination of the lasalle
fiasco and the multi flameings to post.  i just wanted to mention, or mabey
remind everyone how great this list it.  y'all are a bunch of really cool,
interesting, and (usually) nice people.  i can't think of too many groups of
people where you could find someone who would even consider offering to go
out of their way to drive a (for the most part) stranded teenager into a bad
neighborhood of philly for a concert (thanks tina; even if it didn't work
out).  yeah list!


ok so i'm in a happy mood.  it doesn't happen often; deal with it.

west of bishes
shana (jak)

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amy and emily also wrote, *besides* blood quantum, a song called "i wanna be
your lover"  which is located on a boot with no name which i got from rob -
thank you rob!!!!!!!  i love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  - it's a bluesy kinda song,
very cute.  amy wrote the music and emily wrote the words.

(btw the argument about the song not being on epic & so not existing - uh uh.
blood quantum isn't on epic either, it's on daemon, on the honor-1 cd)

peace, harmony & indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (emilyamy@aol.com)
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at 09:13 pm 4/24/97 pst, lisa m. schreihart wrote:

>hope you all enjoy it.  as far as the speed of shipping goes, if you
>order it through daemon's www site, like i did, it takes about a week
>and a half to two weeks to get to you.  daemon is pretty fast....

and while you're at it, buy another ig/lorant collaboration (plus michelle
malone, gerard mchugh, and more): new mongrel's not dead yet.  it's on sale
now for $10.  i *love* that cd!  go to
http://m2.monsterbit.com/daemon/mongrels.html for more info.

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at 07:38 pm 4/24/97 -0400, don richards wrote:
>    i was ordering jcs - a resurrection from rainy day records today
>(after lisa's  recommendation) and i asked perry about the rumored 3rd
>volume cd and he told me that rainy day records is officially out of the
>ig boot business at the request of the ig management. apparently there
>has been a rather recent attitude shift.

hmmmm.  while i don't blame rcam for wanting to nix boots, i wonder why the
change of heart?  taken together with the pay-per-view special, i'm
wondering if this signals a new, more aggressive business strategy?

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this just in from coumbia records:

tune in on monday, april 28 to see shawn colvin perform "sunny came
home" on the live with regis and kathie lee show.  the other
guest on that day will be sting!

shawn will also be on live with regis to discuss her recent
success with her album "a few small repairs" and the show
will use footage from "get out of this house" to promote her appearance .

we now return you to the rest of your mail.

jude :)

live with regis and kathie lee can be seen on channel 7 (abc-tv)
from 9:00am - 10:00am (eastern).

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if the person who wanted the telephone number for daemon records still
needs it then drop me a note. i've finally remembered to bring my address
book to work and the number is in there.

sharon. a. jennings
cancer research campaign laboratories
univesity of nottingham
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ng7  2rd                   (0115) 9513408
england                (0115) 9513414  (fax)

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just reading through last night's posts, and notice the quote below,
attributed to amy ray.  well, she has sung this, but remember, it's a bob
dylan cover.
jessica
>---------------------------------------------------------------------------
>those of you who still have eyes to see.  ears hear me.  you will be saved
>by grace in the end.  saved by time if you don't understand...that your
>hated is ruining and your fear...and your paranoia and insecurities well
>they don't belong here.  you've got to take someone's hand, you've got to
>learn to make your stand.             - amy ray
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sorry it took me until now to get more info, (and i e-mailed a few
individual people yesterday but since then i got an exciting update, so i
decided to post to the list instead, incase there were people who didn't
catch the first message)

anyway, there is a shaming of the sun "listening event" tonight, yes,
friday the 25th of april, in st. louis, at mokabe's coffeehouse...at the
corner of grand and arsenal.  my gf was working last night so i went in
and got the latest scoop:

the place looks great!  there are ig posters all over the front window.
the event doesn't "officially" start until 8pm but she said they will be
playing ig all night (they're open until 1am) and will probably play the
new one twice.  now for the exciting news.....they were supposedly
shipping by overnight express 4 (now the # may be wrong but that's what i
was told)  autographed sots posters that will be given away as door
prizes!  sounds cool....i'm hoping for one!

any questions...let me know!  (i'll only have e-mail access until 5pm cst)

peace
sarah

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in a message dated 97-04-24 02:15:58 edt, you write:

<< well, now i've got friday and saturday off of work and nowhere to
go....hmmm....where should i plan a road trip to this time????  *evil grin*
*remembering the show isn't this weekend*  *sobbing hysterically*........ >>

oh no, hysterical sobbing...i can't stand that.
okay, here's an idea.  all you bummed out auburn folks:

ani difranco is playing at five points south music hall, tonight (friday) in
birmingham.  general admission, starts at 9pm and as of yesterday afternoon
(thurs) tickets were still available (imagine that).  call ticketlink at
1-800-277-1700.

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subject:      guitars

don't remember where i read this, btu i have seen *somewhere* that the girls
(or is it just emily) play martin d-28s, which is unfortunate, because if you
wanna buy one of those you're going to have to come up with over $2000, most
likely.  i also seem to recall that they prefer (this might be just emily
again, because i don't see how this could apply to amy) d'addario extra light
strings.

and if you see 'em in concert, you can see that they usually use the little
yellow dunlop picks. (.78mm?)

hope that helps.

oh, and to the person posting chords- thanx so much!  are you putting these on
a website somwhere?  i was waiting until adam schneider got around to it.
(this is all somewhat irrelevant since i haven't heard any of the songs, and
now i imagine how these chords go together.... *sigh*) :)

             yours in a manner not unlike sincerity, chris

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just heard on the radio that "wendy's" (the burger fast food place) has
pulled their commercials from "ellen" slots next week's "coming out"
episode.  here in houston, they are holding a boycott and protest in
support of ellen around 5pm, then holding a party in support of the whole
issue.

so it appears that another corporation has shown ignorance by pulling their
ad from the "coming out" episode.  i believe gm has too.

just thought this may be of interest to some.

peace,
- jen hall

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alright...forgive me in advance....

that's it...i've had enough!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
stop the damn flame war now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
i am sick of having to wade through 472 posts regarding poul and his
idiocy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
if you are going to say something regarding this, say it
privately!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

dawn

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i jsut turned on the radio last night to emily's voice doing one of those
radio promo things!  then they played it's alright!  so i was on a high,
and then i realized it was all request hour.  so i called them up, and said
i wanted to hear more!  he told me i just missed it, and i told him" no, i
heard it, but i want more!"  so he laughed a my obsessiveness and played
scooter boys for me!  woohoo!  i was very excited!  this was on 97x in
cincinnati for all those in surrounding areas!

the wait unitl tuesday is going to kill me!
christina
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                 -quote from a very wise little green muppet...

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i went to get tickets (3 hours early) for the june 10 date at flpac and got a
rude awakening...ticketbastard has a new "lottery" system, where they hand out
raffle tickets, and that is your new order in line... there were girls there at
11 last night waiting, and they would have been screwed over big time, if not
for the kindness of our local music store... i just believe this sucks... so
beware when you go to get your tickets!
btw, does anyone have a date for leno?

alicia
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>
> hi- just curious- is there anyone out there from sountern ca, especially
> from san diego? if so, are you planning on attending the hospitality
> point show? anyone else attending that show?
> ~andy
>

i'm from simi valley in so. cal., and am going to the greek theatre
show!!

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hey!

my mom just wrote to me and told me that the saratoga performing arts center
schedule was released this morning, and tickets go on sale for all shows
including the indigo girls somewhere between may 16 and may 18.  (i can't
believe that i just forgot the date!

i will follow up this post with the definite date....

thanks for listening...

kelly

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the date is definitely may 18 for tickets to go on sale.

kelly
kfairbairn@stonehill.edu  <---who is *very* upset that she won't be able to go
and wait in line to buy tix on the 18th becuse she is graduating 200 miles away
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> i went to get tickets (3 hours early) for the june 10 date at flpac and got a
> rude awakening...ticketbastard has a new "lottery" system, where they hand out
> raffle tickets, and that is your new order in line... there were girls there at
> 11 last night waiting, and they would have been screwed over big time, if not
> for the kindness of our local music store... i just believe this sucks... so
> beware when you go to get your tickets!
> btw, does anyone have a date for leno?

this isnt such a new thing, though i am surpised it is being used for
ig concerts.  ticektmaster has used this for large shows for a number
of years.  the idea is to stop people from sitting out in line all
night (saftey reasons, so they say).  if you have a wristband, which
is usually how it is done, then you can get a good night's sleep
and know you can have a plac ein line.  the way this worked when
i worked a ticketmaster counter, your wristbadn numnber was not
necssarily your place in line.  at the time of the on-sale, a random
number would be picked to start the line.  so, if they handed out
50 wristbands, number 30 could end up being the first one, and then
it would go numerically from there.  i think the idea was also to
try to flout scalpers who would get in line and get the first tickets..
this gave everyone almost an equal chance to get early tickets.  i am
not jsutifying the policy...just trying to shed some light on it.

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hi,
  i am trying to get some tour dates for the summer. i already have tickets
to the san diego stop but i'm wondering if they will be playing in orange co.
or la. i'd appreciate any information you could give me.
thanks,
kqsd@aol.com

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> hi,
>   i am trying to get some tour dates for the summer. i already have
tickets
> to the san diego stop but i'm wondering if they will be playing in
orange co.
> or la. i'd appreciate any information you could give me.
> thanks,
> kqsd@aol.com
>


july 2nd at the greek theatre in los angeles.  tickets went on sale at
ticketmaster last sunday.


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so i get into my after my dr's appointment, to hear a version of 'tangled
up in blue" that i've never heard before. some guys sings the bluesy jazzed
out verse in the middle instead of emily. then of course steve on 99x asks,
for the reward of livex passes, who sang the section in the middle. secure
in the fact that, 1) i had no idea who it was, 2) i already had passes, and
3) i don't have a cell/car phone, i didn't call him up and try to get
through.  as i pull into taco bell, i hear our own susan tomlinson on the
radio, telling steve that it was russell carter. congratulations!! then he
played shame on you. steve's so cool. :)

wahoo to sue!!!!!

wheee, i rhymed. see you on sunday, sue!

merry friday,

raine

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previously someone had said the concert was on june 3rd??
and tix were going on sale on monday, april 28th?
is this right?
let us all know.
thanks. smilee

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so far just a rumor, but it adds up.....there will be a lilith fair show
at pine knob this summer (sorry, no date yet) and they are packaging it
with all the ig tickets they held back from the original on-sale!  how
cool for us :)  i'm told that they will publish all the series in this
sunday's paper and start taking orders (usually by mail only) on monday.
i don't have any venue confirmation, but it's on the radio on several
stations, and "people are talking".  check the paper sunday!


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ok, had to get in on this. my top five:

1. rites of passage - ig (duh)
2. fumbling towards ecstasy - sarah mclachlan
3. little earthquakes - tori amos
4. blood letting - concrete blonde
5. falling into you - celine dion

this is, of course, just right now... heh, except for ig, it all changes
weekly :)

jen

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the song is a cover, but she often adds her own lyrics to the end.

we are fortunate ones,
joe

http://www.moonbase.com/fortunateones

on fri, 25 apr 1997, jessica wrote:

> just reading through last night's posts, and notice the quote below,
> attributed to amy ray.  well, she has sung this, but remember, it's a bob
> dylan cover.
> jessica
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> >those of you who still have eyes to see.  ears hear me.  you will be saved
> >by grace in the end.  saved by time if you don't understand...that your
> >hated is ruining and your fear...and your paranoia and insecurities well
> >they don't belong here.  you've got to take someone's hand, you've got to
> >learn to make your stand.             - amy ray
> >
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reply-to:     lorinda wright <wright@biodec.wustl.edu>
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from:         lorinda wright <wright@biodec.wustl.edu>
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delete immediately if you don't want to read about the ongoing
poul/freedom of speach argument!!!!

on thu, 24 apr 1997, drew vogel wrote:

> ** i had orginally thought to send this privately to lorinda, but it's
> ** applicable to the broader list, so i'm posting it to the list as well.
> ** i hope that's okay, lorinda!

well, in _general_ this is a very very very very bad practice. this was a
private message, so it's usually best to ask permission to post to the
list, but don't worry, it's ok. in this case i don't mind. although now
that it's gone public  i _do_ have to respond to the fact that you gave
me a free speach lecture. :) :)

> on wed, 23 apr 1997, lorinda wright wrote:
>
> > > may not agree with everything poul (or you, or someone else) says, i will
> > > defend to the death their right to say it.
> >
> > oh come now. would you really throw your life away for _poul_????? now
> > _that_ would be silly.
> >
> no, i probably wouldn't 'throw my life away' for poul, but i would defend
> to the death his [your] right to free speech. upon re-reading the
>
> > no need to turn around and give me a big lecture on freedom of speach. i
> > know what you meant. i just think poul's a putz.
> >
> he may be a putz. he may well be. i don't know. but even putzes should be
> allowed to speak, and be afforded the right to speak. heck, there are
> people on this list forming a cyber-mob to run poul off! what sort of

*sigh* beleive me, i totally agree with your lecture on freedom of
speech. i mean, hell, _i_ was the one who just wrote to jerry falwell and
told him _he_ has the right to speak his mind. (and i think falwell's
just a tiny bit more dangerous than poul. ;) and i agree that no one
should be "run off the list." have delete key, will use. celebrate free
speach. celebrate diversity. you'll get no argument from me. but _before_
you lose too much sleep campaigning for poul's right to speak on this
list i think someone should really point out (actually i think someone
else already has) that he's not a high strung, inflammatory ig fan out to
speak his mind. he's not an ig fan. he's just a guy who found the list
address somewhere and decided to get his kicks by poking fun at people
who _are_ ig fans. that's all. now i'm still not saying he doesn't have
the right to post. sure he does. and you have the right to defend him.
i'm just saying he's not worth the effort.

folkisgruven,
lorindigo

still driving...
lorinda wright           the trouble in my head is getting closer and closer
washington university     to my legs i've got to walk it out. and the trouble
st. louis, mo             with my heart is that i can't rip it out. and the
                          trouble with myself is that i don't know me.
                                                        -melissa ferrick
                    i will not be complacent

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hi all....

i thought i saw somewhere that there is an indigo girls chat room on
dalnet called #indigo-girls.  does anyone ever go there?  the last few
times i've checked it's been empty.  i already do enough talking to
myself, thanks!

kim
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subject:      re: drew's comments

i tried to send a message very similar to this yesterday morning but somehow
it was lost in the bowels of email. since i am one of those asking jude to
ask poul to be more respectful of others, i feel the need to respond to
drew's comments.

i have to say that i disagree with drew's remarks concerning removing poul
from the list. this has nothing to do with someone stating a dissenting
opinion. nobody cares if poul is christian, atheist, or muslim.  it has
nothing to do with poul's view on abortion, or poul character, or anything
else besides the mean and hateful post that poul has been sending.

drew is expressing an opinion that many if not most of us do not agree with.
but no one is trying to get drew removed from the list. nobody cares what
poul's opinion is. in fact, if poul feels that someone is being naive in their
view of life or the world, that's a view point worth hearing. but there is
no justification for sending out snide, demeaning comments intended not to
enlighten, but to make sport of.  poul is probably a fine person. as i
understand it, poul volunteered time working personally to help the people
on a reservation. that's a lot more than i have ever done. all i've done is
money to an indigenous peoples organization with some dark political goal.
i think they do good work but ihave no personal experience with them. poul's
character and opinions are not at issue. the problem is that poul is
intentionally writings things to hurt and offend people. if amy ray was making
post to the list like the ones poul is sending, i would ask that she be
removed from the list.

deb commented that you don't quite your job just because you don't like some
one, and that's true. but, people are fired for sexual harassment, and people
are fire for assault. they are also fired for language considered in
appropriate in the work place. this is not about someone having a dissenting
opinion. its not about not being able to get along with some one.  it is about
a person launching into a verbal (or textual) assault against another person.
this is about someone intentionally trying to start fights, and hurt feelings,
and discord within the list, and it is working. to suggest that we do not have
the right to defend ourselves from this sort of thing is absurd. we have the
same right as any society or individual has to defend itself from anti-social
behavior. and i completely reject the comparison of us to a lynch-mob. we are
using the due process available to us as members of this list to appeal to
the authorities that exist in this community to address a grievance. and, i
appeal to poul, please stop sending out message to intentionally hurt and
offend people. there is nothing to be gained from alienating ones self. these
comments are lude, common, and laced with obscenities. they are more mindful
of an off the cuff retort in a high school gym class, than any kind of
thoughtful view point.  you should consider these kinds of remarks beneath
you. i also have to add my voice to those appealing to jude. nobody wants
to be the administrator of the type of list that people are thrown off of,
but at some point, and insult is just an insult, and it has no further
meaning or value.

sincerely,

trant

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for those of you/us who want to express an opinion on chrysler's withdrawal
of sponsorship for the "coming out" episode of ellen, i just got this info
from a friend:

>i received the following phone number and made a quick call to let chrysler
>know that i think they should have retained their sponsorship of the april
>30 "ellen" episode.  simple -- you just push a couple of buttons (1 for
>their media/pr line; 1 for their current media events line; 2 for
>their "ellen" line, and then 2 to disagree with their decision to pull
>sponsorship.)
>
>you don't have to talk to a human, you just basically vote with your phone.
>it's easy and fast and free.  so let's do our part cuz the fundies are
>calling in too!  thanks!!!!!  here's the number:
>
>1 (800) 992-1997

for any listmembers who would like to express support for chrysler's
dropping ellen (hey, i wanna be fair here, don't flame me...), pressing "1"
as the last digit will express support.  don't worry about not knowing what
numbers to press, the voice messages are quite clear.

wishing y'all a peaceful and tolerant weekend,

andrew

_____________________________________________________________
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dellntno@bucknell.edu
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in a message dated 97-04-25 08:49:30 edt, you write:

<< and while you're at it, buy another ig/lorant collaboration (plus michelle
malone, gerard mchugh, and more): new mongrel's not dead yet.  it's on sale
now for $10.  i *love* that cd!  go to
http://m2.monsterbit.com/daemon/mongrels.html for more info.
  >>

one of the greatest records ever made !!!!!
and a great big tip 'o the hat to.......
haynes brooke !!!

run ! run ! and by two ! keep one and give one away !

:)
m bink

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"farmer joe, i'm the meanest woman you know."
laura
nyro.......................................................................

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in a moment of celebration for having completed and handed in all the
work for my writing workshop, i threw together a rudimentary web page for
all the tabs which carolyn chow figured out and posted yesterday.  you
can reach it through the "mapping" section of color me indigo.  you can
also reach it directly at
http://www.stwing.upenn.edu/~abstein/indigo-girls/newsongtabs.shtml.

the contents of the page are carolyn's so send all questions her way
(egg@u.washington.edu)...i'm basically just loaning the space.

have fun, be intense, and break lots of strings, but don't poke
yourselves with them!

later,
audrey
*only one more huuuge paper separating me from a college degree!

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* what is the greatest lengths you have ever gone to for an ig concert/
>   item/ etc.

how about driving 22 hours from northampton, ma to atlanta *straight
through* with listee deb o'donoghue????  does that count???? :)

sue

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i received this from a sister in my sorority and thought it might be worth
passing along to the list considering how often ellen has come up "in
conversation" these days. hopefully this is a forum in which everyone will
feel free to express their opinions, whatever they may be...

from the nc front, i'd like to share my joy with y'all that soy has made it
into the playlist of one of the more popular radio stations in the
durham/raleigh area - 105 for anyone around. it's almost scary - i think
they play the song at least 3-4 times a day, and my friends who have
never heard of ig are singing along (at least to the chorus - hopefully
someday they'll listen to the verses)! :)

peace and love, cheryl

>>
>>i just got an email from a friend of mine (who obviously doesnt know me
>>that well-- only through a campus religious organization) urging me to
>>call chrysler to show my support for their decison to revoke funding for
>>the show "ellen" because of the whole 'coming out' episode.
>>
>>it struck me that it would be just as easy to use the number to show my
>>support for "ellen" (the phone line has been established so that the
>>company can get a feel for what the public opinion is). and then i
>>thought that if i passed this message along to others then they could
>>call as well-- which whould hopefully cancel out some of the phone calls
>>genreated by my friend's email.
>>
>>the number is 1(800) 992-1997. its toll free and only takes about two
>>minutes, apparently. please call and pass on this email--this is an
>>opportunity for activism that is going to make a difference-- chrysler
>>is *asking* for us to voice our opinions. lets just make sure that we
>>have the loudest voice.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>my friend closed his email with this biblical quote:
>>
>><<romans 12:9--hate what is evil; cling to what is good.>>
>>
>>to which i can only say amen
>>
>

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woo hoo!

yes, indeed, congratulations to me! wow! actually, the true congrats go to my sweetie, jocelyn. she kept trying all week and, then, yesterday, actually got through and was accidentally disconnected by the station. you should have seen the look on her face. it nearly killed me! since then, getting her the passes has been my number one task. of course, make no mistake, i am excited to be going. too! i just am so happy to see how happy it makes her.

by the way, it is sad that the auburn show was postponed. if you are like us, and i know many of y'all are, then check this out: ani difranco is playing the five points music hall in birmingham, al. tonight. there are still tickets available. as of yesterday evening, they had sold 1000 and had 500 more. danielle howell is the opener - woo hoo again!! we were all set to drive from atlanta over to auburn and see the girls, so we figured this would be a nice substitute. still in alabama, still close to home and still two incredibly talented women! ;-)

tickets are available through ticketlink, the same folks who sold us all auburn ig tix. their number is: 205/715-6000. the venue's number is: 205/322-2263.

what a day!

peace,

susan

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sent:   friday, april 25, 1997 11:44 am
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subject:        congratulations to susan!!!

so i get into my after my dr's appointment, to hear a version of 'tangled
up in blue" that i've never heard before. some guys sings the bluesy jazzed
out verse in the middle instead of emily. then of course steve on 99x asks,
for the reward of livex passes, who sang the section in the middle. secure
in the fact that, 1) i had no idea who it was, 2) i already had passes, and
3) i don't have a cell/car phone, i didn't call him up and try to get
through.  as i pull into taco bell, i hear our own susan tomlinson on the
radio, telling steve that it was russell carter. congratulations!! then he
played shame on you. steve's so cool. :)

wahoo to sue!!!!!

wheee, i rhymed. see you on sunday, sue!

merry friday,

raine

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subject:      entertainment weekly article

entertainment weekly (issue 377 may 2)
article by beth johnson  (reprinted without permission)

indigo girls - shaming the sun  (not shaming of the sun)  epic
the girls' harmonies still raise goose bumps, their melodies still stir the
soul, and their lyrics still remind you of the most pc girl at church camp.
but now they've embraced electric guitars and the result is a looser, more
"live" studio album, emphasizing the rock duo. and "shame on you" is a
sing-along joy.  b


thought you'd all enjoy this!

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a friend asked me to forward this to y'all.
smiles,
joe


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amy plays the verse like so (i got to see it at the sonic session):

e-----------------------------------------------------
b-----------------------------------------------------
g-----------------------------------------------------
d-----2-----2-----4-----4-----0-----0------2-----2----
a--0-----0-----0-----0------------------0-----0-------
e--------------------------3-----2--------------------

>
>
> chords:   a     002220
>           g     320033
>           d9    000230
>           e     022100
>
> note:  this song is kind of finger picked starting on a, moving to  g
> (only the first 4 strings) back to a.   requires some playing arond, but i
> think this is the general idea. it sounds 'empty' without emily's part,
> though.
>
>
> ---------------3----------------------------3----------
> 0------------------2-----------0-----------------2----
> ----2-----------------0-----------2-----------------0---
> -------2-----------------0-----------2-------------------0--
> ----------2------------------------------2----------------
> ---------------------------------------------------------
>
>

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top ten signs your cat has learned your internet password

e-mail flames from some guy named "fluffy."

traces of kitty litter in your keyboard.

you find you've been subscribed to strange newsgroups like
alt.recreational.catnip.

your web browser has a new home page: http://www.feline.com/.

your mouse has teeth marks in it ... and a strange aroma of tuna.

hate-mail messages to apple computer corp. about their release of
"cyberdog."

your new ergonomic keyboard has a strange territorial scent to it.

you keep finding new software around your house like catintax and warcatii

on irc you're known as the ironmouser.

little kitty carpal-tunnel braces near the scratching post.

~

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ok, this is driving me crazy. tour dates upon tour dates have been posted
with no mention of an illinois date. please tell me that it will still
happen. this is driving me nuts! why do we chicagoans always seemed to
get spurned. either they don't come, or the publicity is so terrible that
we don't know about it until that day, and then it is too late. i've
loved the girls for years, but have /never/ had a chance to see them
live! i'm determined to fix that! if anyone can help, please let me know.

jen

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hey guys...

i apologize if this has been covered recently, but i just re-joined the
list after an 8month hiatus.

some time ago, rdr was offering "the ep & more"... i ordered it, and as it
turned out, they lost my order and then ran out of the cds.  is anyone on
the list selling a copy?  have any other bootlegs/special mixes (cds, not
tapes) come out lately?

thanks in advance for any info.

-shelley
(formerly shelley@jove.acs.unt.edu for those who remember me)
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in a message dated 97-04-25 10:04:55 edt, jjurbani@uni02po.unity.ncsu.edu
(jessica) writes:

<< just reading through last night's posts, and notice the quote below,
attributed to amy ray.  well, she has sung this, but remember, it's a bob
dylan cover.
jessica
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>those of you who still have eyes to see.  ears hear me.  you will be saved
>by grace in the end.  saved by time if you don't understand...that your
>hated is ruining and your fear...and your paranoia and insecurities well
>they don't belong here.  you've got to take someone's hand, you've got to
>learn to make your stand.             - amy ray
> >>


"all along the watchtower" is dylan's song, but i don't belive the above
lyrics were in the original dylan version, or the hendrix version for that
matter.  that doesn't mean that amy wrote em either, but it seems like a
logical assumtion.

west of bishes
shana (jak)

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yeah,  i got tickets to the greek theater show also.  are there still
tickets available for the san diego show?  and has anyone in california
seen anything about the release yet?  i think that tower records in
hollywood is going to put out the new album at midnight on monday.  they
did that last week with the new ani difranco cd.  i'm there for sure.

wendell

on fri, 25 apr 1997, mark lichtenberger wrote:

> >
> > hi- just curious- is there anyone out there from sountern ca, especially
> > from san diego? if so, are you planning on attending the hospitality
> > point show? anyone else attending that show?
> > ~andy
> >
>
> i'm from simi valley in so. cal., and am going to the greek theatre
> show!!
>
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subject:      girls unplugged...recording?

anyone have an idea as to how to get a hold of the unplugged show on cd?  or
on tape for that matter.
thanks
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i believe the original lyrics by bob dylan do not include the part on the
sig. file.  i believe that this is amy ad-libbing.  anyone know for sure?

martha

jessica wrote:
>
> just reading through last night's posts, and notice the quote below,
> attributed to amy ray.  well, she has sung this, but remember, it's a bob
> dylan cover.
> jessica
>
>---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> >those of you who still have eyes to see.  ears hear me.  you will be saved
> >by grace in the end.  saved by time if you don't understand...that your
> >hated is ruining and your fear...and your paranoia and insecurities well
> >they don't belong here.  you've got to take someone's hand, you've got to
> >learn to make your stand.             - amy ray
> >
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i agree with you on that but don't forget that us new yorkers don't get many
chances to see them without having to drive al that much. i;m definitly
seizing the opportunity anyhow. they'll come thru..........


ilana

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date:         fri, 25 apr 1997 17:03:34 edt
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subject:      nigc: digest screening script

after the recent flare ups, a lot of us who recieve mail post-by-post
suggested liberal use of the delete key to keep one's sanity.

but the digest folks correctly pointed out that this method doesn't
work so well for them -- delete one, delete 14 and all.

so, this leads to the first code ever intentionally posted to the
list.  i wrote a quick perl script to screen out posts from a digest
based on the author or the subject matter.  simply replace the stuff
in quotes with things you want to see no more of -- in the case of
authors use a $scr_from[#] entry and for a subject line kill, use
$scr_sub[#].  you can add as many of these as you like.  you may also
need to change the "/usr/local/bin/perl" to the path to perl on your
local machine. then type

        digestscreen < digest > readble

and you can screen the posts.  some mailers (e.g. elm and pine)
will allow you to use these scripts in real time within your mailer.
you can check that up on your own

now most of you don't run unix/linux or have access to perl and this
script won't work for you.  however, the logic still holds.  if
someone wants to do an ms-dos version, or something for mac eudora i'm
sure there will be appreciative folks.

please feel free to email me with questions.

                there are solutions to our problems!

                                chris  (gotta get outta bed and
                                        get an hammer and a nail)

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#!/usr/local/bin/perl

{
        $flag=0;
        $scr_from[0] = 'annoying_author@palin.mit.edu';
        $scr_from[1] = 'flaming_jerk';
        $scr_sub[0] = 'nigc';
        $scr_sub[1] = 'grape nuts';
}

#  *****************************************
#  *** no need to touch stuff below here ***
#  *****************************************

while(<>){

    @line = split(/ /,$_);

    if ($line[0] =~ /from/) {

        for ($i=0;$i<=$#scr_from;$i++) {

            if ($_ =~ $scr_from[$i]) {
                print "\n\n****************************\n";
                print "      screening author\n";
                print "      $scr_from[$i]\n";
                print "****************************\n\n\n";
                $flag=1;
            }
        }
    }

    if ($line[0] =~ /subject/) {

        for ($i=0;$i<=$#scr_sub;$i++) {

            if ($_ =~ $scr_sub[$i]) {
                print "\n\n****************************\n";
                print "     screening subject\n";
                print "     $scr_sub[$i]\n";
                print "****************************\n\n\n";
                $flag=1;
            }
        }
    }

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subject:      nigc poor ellen

in a message dated 4/24/97 8:30:26 am, you wrote:

>date:    thu, 24 apr 1997 00:09:09 pdt
>from:    jan hallford <jhllfrd@galstar.com>
>subject: nigc ellen
>
>okay...anyone else just want to hug her when she looks weepy on the
commercial
>for 20/20?  = (
>
>poor el.
>
>jennifer w.


i thought the same thing.  what a shame she's in a position where she feels
that way!

chris

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hey,

i need a copy of the lyrics to it's alright.  if anybody has them can they
please send them to me.  thank you!!!

mindala

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i agree...chicago is not exactly a city very often frequented by any
names such as ig, michelle malone...etc.  we do always get screwed.  i'm
movnig to atlanta....sigh

-aim

on fri, 25 apr 1997, tritessa wrote:

> ok, this is driving me crazy. tour dates upon tour dates have been posted
> with no mention of an illinois date. please tell me that it will still
> happen. this is driving me nuts! why do we chicagoans always seemed to
> get spurned. either they don't come, or the publicity is so terrible that
> we don't know about it until that day, and then it is too late. i've
> loved the girls for years, but have /never/ had a chance to see them
> live! i'm determined to fix that! if anyone can help, please let me know.
>
> jen
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if you want to send an e-mail to chrysler here as an e-mail address that
may work:

prwebeditor@chrysler.com

it is the only e-mail address i could find for chrysler. although i did
find a site with lots of snail mail addresses for chrysler:

http://www.critpath.org/chrysler-campaign/letters.html

now, off to hunt down wendy's!!
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the animals all hung out and interacted fretlessly
and the world began to vibrate with such a deep tonality
the day the bass players took over the world."
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subject:      re: misquote (igc)

>>"all along the watchtower" is dylan's song, but i don't belive
>>the above lyrics were in the original dylan version, or the
>>hendrix version for that matter.  that doesn't mean that amy
>>wrote em either, but it seems like a logical assumtion.

i agree but in one of my sigs i always quoted it like this:

     "you will be saved by grace in the end
      saved by time, if you don't understand,
       that your hatred is rooted in your fear
         and your paranoia and insecurities,
             well, they don't belong here,
         you've gotta take someone's hand,
        you've gotta learn to take your stand."
(amy's additional lyrics to all along the watchtower)

what i'm trying to point out here is the hatred part, did anyone understand
it the way i did or is it really "that your hatred is ruining and your
fear.."???

just wondering...
peace and
take care.

kathrin
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at 05:03 pm 4/25/97 edt, christopher m. becker wrote:

>now most of you don't run unix/linux or have access to perl and this
>script won't work for you.  however, the logic still holds.  if
>someone wants to do an ms-dos version, or something for mac eudora i'm
>sure there will be appreciative folks.

eudora for mac and for windows both have this functionality built in.  in
the dos world, look for yarn, it's a great freeware off-line reader.  there
are solutions for everyone, but they require a bit of effort.

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subject:      re: ig on modern rock live

hi all!

lot's of folks are asking about mrl in their area.  i got this # from the
dj at my local radio station.  it's long distance and she wasn't sure
that there would be anyone there after business hours or if they have
info on affiliates carrying the show, but it's worth a shot.  so here's
the #.

                        818-906-9736

remember, i'll be taping the show.  we'll work something out for those of
you who don't get the show in your area.  so don't panic!

good luck with the phone #.  let me know if you have any luck.

tuesday's child

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subject:      who's got my g string?

umm...did i just read somewhere that the girls use extra-light strings on
their geetars? ohmigawd! so do i! now, in kevin bacon terms, how many
degrees of indigo separation is that, really?

-liz- (who feels a might giddy cause she just got a date with a cool chick
and an e-mail from a gorgeous celeb)

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subject:      hey kind feathers

anyone out there know the tab/chords to it's alright? i can't seem to
figure it out...must not be eating enough cheese.  *heh heh*

-lizzzz-
(who promises this is her last post..maturity level at an all-time low
tonight, sorry folks..)

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> * what is the greatest lengths you have ever gone to for an ig concert/
>   item/ etc.

well, i can _almost_ match deb r. got into the car with phil (hi phil!)
drove 15 hrs to atlanta (from pa), stayed with a complete stranger,
stayed about 4 days in atlanta and drove 15 hours back to see the rdr new
years eve party with the _hope_ that amy would show up and play 3 songs.
does that count? if not i have to go with my 6 hour drive to
newport ri (two years running), camping in the rain, getting up at 4
after about 2 hrs sleep to stand in line for 4 hrs, and then driving home
and getting there at 6 am after being awake for 26 hrs. but i know
_someone_ who's traveled farther!! _much_ farther  :) :) :) :)

>
> * where is the strangest place you've heard an ig song?

the radio. *grrrrr*

> * what is the best thread you've ever read on this ig list
anything i-girl has ever posted.

> *  name an ig inspired event.

my meeting of most of my closest friends. (yay all of you!!)

folkisgruven,
lorindigo


still driving...
lorinda wright           the trouble in my head is getting closer and closer
washington university     to my legs i've got to walk it out. and the trouble
st. louis, mo             with my heart is that i can't rip it out. and the
                          trouble with myself is that i don't know me.
                                                        -melissa ferrick
                    i will not be complacent

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and tab, too, please..........

libby


mindala3@aol.com on 04/25/97 04:34:48 pm

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hey,

i need a copy of the lyrics to it's alright.  if anybody has them can they
please send them to me.  thank you!!!

mindala

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subject:      re: (nigc) the poul issue: 16 ayes, 1 nay
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on thu, 24 apr 1997 20:54:24 -0400, you wrote:

>at 07:51 pm 4/23/97 edt, kirsten chevalier wrote:
>
>
>
>it's silly to try to kick someone off the list because he rubs you the
>wrong way.  skip his posts, or just don't respond to them, and the problem
>will take care of itself.  even the biggest a'hole in the world is impotent
>if no one notices (or acknowledges) the behavior.
>
>finally, it seems to me that your "poll" is not only insignificant given
>the size of this list, but biased because people like me thought it was
>such an immature gesture that we didn't bother to participate.
>
i agree with this statement. further i find it ironic that all the ig
worshippers here fell into an almost facist frenzy as soon as their
little "community" here expierenced an outsider with a different
opinion and a bad attitude. the hypocracy was telling.
for the record: i am a fan of the indigo girls. i am not a fan of the
personality cult this list embodies
i am not going anywhere and i will contribute to the list as *i* see
fit. if amy farted in a church i believe half the list would fall to
their knees and proclaim it poetry from god.
love,
poul

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indigo girls rock.  i want information on everything and anything.

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hi kind friends,


i sent another email to all bay area folks who i have email for to give
more updates about our partee. if you didn't get the message, mail me.
:) if you live in the bay area and i still don't know about you, mail
me. :)

-larissa
for some reason, smiley face queen lately.

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reply-to:     "andy s. boettcher" <xena44@juno.com>
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from:         "andy s. boettcher" <xena44@juno.com>
subject:      re: guitars
x-to:         kathrinsiegmund@compuserve.com

ok, i think i sent this as a private e-mail a while ago, but i might as
well put this out to evryone, as several people have commented on it. i
was looking in an acoustic guitar magazine, and there's an ad for everett
guitars, that says amy plays one. so i don't think they're all martins.

~andy

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source: combined dispatches.

the rock and roll hall of fame's annual induction will air on tv for
only the second time in its 12-year history. the may 6 ceremony in the
hall's hometown of cleveland will be edited down to a 2 hour special
that will be shown may 9 at 8 and 10 p.m. on cable's vh1, with repeats
may 10 at 1 and 9 p.m. the telecast kicks off a two-year deal between
vh1 and the hall of fame, whose inductees this year include the bee
gees, buffalo springfield, crosby, stills and nash, the jackson 5,  joni
mitchell, parliament-funkadelic, the rascals, and the late syd nathan.
the only other induction seen on tv was 1995's, on mtv.

bettyann

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wow! my camp song book has ig songs in it too. originally there was ctf,
secure yourself (sounds pretty when you get a bunch of older campers to
sing it- they like to harmonize), kid fears, and prince of darkness. i
love singing ig at camp- my favorite music at my favorite place- too good
to be true! i love camp- only about 1 and a half months till i go again!
~andy

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can i ask who the gorgeous celeb was, or is that classified? : )

~andy

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okay...sign me up... aereas...like that...i'll be along in time. hope its
not too far offshore cuz i'm going to paddle my kayak there with my cds
and sunscreen(1)
seeing we all seem to be going to the same isle, i will leave my ig cds
at home, and many of my other first choices..which have already been
mentioned. so some eclectic dancin music..poi dog
pondering...pomegranate, mickey hart...mystery box, angelique kidjo
..fifa, fleetwood mac, any disc with tusk on it, and some thinking
music...bruce cockburn..the charity of night
mmm  books for ballast
lord of the rings trilogy ...tolkien
wheel of time trilogy.cubed ?...jordan
masks of god (4 vols)...campbell
borders of infinity...bujold
earthclan....brin.
alternate selection
.aubrey/maturin series (17  or 18v?)...o'brian
discworld series...pratchett
it'll depend on the space available(2)...may need a bigger kayak.
see ya there :)

marilyn

(1)more of packing list
lacrosse stick
baseball glove
b-ball,soccer ball and volley ball for internal flotation
toothpaste
dental floss..handy for repairs
lightweight sleeping bag &pad and fly sheet
heavy duty light weight plastic water cannon for dealing with flames (3)
(2)..i'll dispense with the bug repellant, deodorant, tent ..&..still
thinking..
(3)..yep throwing away the matches, lighter and firestarter.. need a
fire, just rub to kfs together, or wait for spontaneous combustion to
occur( not too long on this list recently;) or start a discussion
on______ or ________( afraid my monitor will burst into flame if i type
them)8-)

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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indigo girls in oregon this summer!


ok, i've got some info about the three concert dates (two confirmed) in
oregon.
indigo girls are playing...

number one...
july 7, 1997 (monday) either 7:30 or 8 pm
at the britt pavillion, in jacksonville, oregon (near medford and
ashland).
662 reserved seating & 1600 lawn seats-first come first serve basis (aka
general admission for the lawn spots).  picnicing is allowed. lawn chairs
in designated areas only, and there are some limitations to the height of
the chair.
the lady said that there really is not a bad seat in the house.  all the
seats are on a slope, outside, and the reserved seats have backs on them,
but i think they are like benches.
gates open at 5:45pm.
tickets avail through britt pavillion box office:
        1 800 882 7488   or direct  541 773 6017
cost:   $26  reserved  (most are sold out...but may possibly have single
                seats avail.)
        $23 lawn  (lots avail)
when tickets are on sale:  if you call before may 1, you can put in an
"order" for tickets.  she was telling me that this means she would write
down your "request" for tickets, then on may 1st or the night before they
go on sale to the public, the box office would actually "reserve" your
seat/tickets, thus charge you.  in essence, if you call before may 1st,
your tickets are not confirmed until may 1st and after.
starting may 1st, you can actually purchase/"reserve" your tickets over
the phone with a major credit card.
she really did not want to give me a definitive word about actually
reserving/ getting tickets if i ordered before may 1st, but that if i did,
i should call back on may 1st to confirm whether my "order" was
"processed"...isn't this fun!
=?

number two...
july 9, 1997 wednesday evening (time unknown)
not confirmed is the concert on july 10, 1997...although the contractors
for this venue said that it is likely.
at champoeg (sounds like shampooy) heritage park, st paul, oregon, located
halfway between salem and portland.
outside venue with about 3000+ seats (park bench-type).  lady said with
the far back seats would be difficult to see the stage well.  all seats
are on a slope. tent camping available on a first come first serve basis,
rv or vehicles should make reservations thru reservations northwest at
                                                        1 800 452 5687
costs:  $17-22 (not confirmed) general admission (park bench-type)
when & where tickets go on sale:
        1) beginning may 1st thru ticket master
        503 224 4400 (they charge some fees...not sure how much.)
        2) also, tickets are available staring may 1st, via
        old fran's antique shop (i think it is a cafe, or something)
        3384 se milwakee (like the city, i can't spell :?)
        portland, oregon
                ***so you can call ticket master or physically go to old
                fran's to buy tickets to the champoey concert.***
                ***champoey is not directly involved with organizing the
                concert, thus will not have ticket info...i tried already.
                the venue is actually being contracted/rented to some
                private organization, who then helps organize the
                ticketing and security, etc for the ig tour.***
fun fun fun!
that's all folkies! =)

seona
sb2@axe.humboldt.edu

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once you have read this letter and decide if you want this organization to
be the one we support for emily's b'day email me at mandi96@airmail.net and
let me know that this is the one you vote for.

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"my boyfriend's sick and getting sicker and i'm an angry man,
a hospital bed and treatment is all that we demand.
and they give us that run-around health insurance scam,
we spent our last dime on insurance, and now we find that we get damned.
'cause when you really need the help, you find its cancelled from the plan
and they leave you to home remedies and homemade bedpans.
these are the unheard voices."
                                -- gerard mchugh


        imagine seeing your best friend suffering everyday with aids, and
then going through what you would think are all the right channels to try
and help him/her in any way possible, but, only to find that these
channels apply for everything but aids.

        this was basically the situation jenny wiesel found herself in.
she lost her best friend, pete billings, to aids in 1990.  he was a
successful business man, had just about everything he wanted, and then he
contracted aids.  eighteen months after he quit his job, his health
insurance company dropped him, leaving him in a rut.  jenny, who's a nurse
in oncology, was familiar with hospices for cancer patients.  she tried
getting him into a similar program for aids patients.  but, unfortunately,
there was no aids hospice available that accepted medicaid or medicare.

        jenny felt that the 65,000 people with full-blown aids in atlanta,
people who were in the same position as pete billings was, needed and
deserved better treatment and more attention, and should not get lost in
the woodwork of a very political health care system.  so, the idea for the
billings house was born.

        the billings house, which is in its second year of existence,
provides residential hospice care for indigent aids patients (man, woman,
or child) in atlanta.  these are basically people who are in the last
stages of the disease, and who just want to die at home with some
dignity.

        because of the billings house, people with aids receive all
different types of care from hospice teams.  patients receive spiritual
guidance for pretty much every denomination possible.  both patients and
their families are provided with psychological support from both
psychologists and msws.  the billings house also provides 24-hour nursing,
meals (in cooperation with project open hand), and legal counseling for
such things as foster care for the patients' children.  the billings house
also helps get patients on medicare and medicaid, which then enables them
to receive the proper medical treatment in coordination with grady
hospital in atlanta.

        they do have a physical location down in atlanta in coordination
with atlanta hospice international.  that will house 10 beds, as well as a
community family support center, which will provide services such as
after-death counseling.

        i know that this is a lot of information, and i know that i'm
leaving some stuff out because i just couldn't write down all of the
information that jenny so nicely shared with me, but y'all will hopefully
get the gist of what the billings house is, what it helps provide, and how
important it is.  if i were ever in jenny's situation and had to watch my
best friend fight for her life while the system was pretty much working
against her, i can just imagine the extreme frustration and anger i'd
feel.  the logistics of everything should be the last thing on patients'
minds.  but, jenny had the strength to do something about it, to help
offer a solution, to speak up for those who are in a situation where it is
very easy to just give up.  the billings house, like a "comforting hand",
offers hope as well as help to those who so desperately need it in their
fight to just see another sunrise.

        you can help the billings house in its cause.  donations can be
sent to:

the billings house
1634 ponce de leon avenue n.e.
suite 504
atlanta, ga 30307

if you are in the atlanta area and are willing to volunteer your time and
work with one of the hospice teams, just give jenny a call at (404)373-2693.

        now, what does the billings house have to do with emily?  well, as
many of you already know, last august, emily and a whole bunch of other
artists got together for a benefit concert, rock for aids 2.  indigo girls
also performed at the original rock for aids in 1995.  the money raised
from both events went towards the billings house.  emily is also its
honorary chairperson.  but, her reasons for involvement with the billings
house seem to go beyond the social awareness and political activism we
normally associate with her.  pete billings was also a dear friend of
hers.

        i wish y'all could have heard the appreciation in jenny's voice,
just because we even thought of the billings house for this b-day
project.  she was extremely touched, and she assured me that emily would
be, as well.  the billings house is a project that is very close to them
emotionally, and i know that any help we gave would not go unappreciated.
but, to me, this is more than just a gift for the billings house in
emily's name.  it's for the 65,000 people with aids in atlanta, it's for
the thousands who will be diagnosed with hiv this year, it's for those who
speak for the "unheard voices".

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from:         "j \"tigger\" kickliter" <emilyamy@aol.com>
subject:      re: girl with the weight of the world in her hands....
x-to:         pwehner@dps.com

i'm sorry to waste bw but i had to respond to this, y'all. you know i'm a
peace lover but this just stuck me.  here goes.  <clearing throat.>  mr
verner!  front & center!

your response to this post was asinine and completely uncalled for.  just
because your sorry male self has regrets and don't know what to do with
yourself, why is it childish for her to want to follow her own dreams?  and
who are you to say that everyone turns out like her mom, with regrets?  i
don't plan to have any regrets:  i['m doing exactly what i want with my life
and i am a happy person.  are you?  you sound pretty bitter to me.

next:she didnt say she was patterning her life after a song. she said she was
inspired by it.  take a reading class!

next:she wasnt dismissing anything about her boyfriend being male.  she said
maybe he didnt understand it because as a male, he doesn't identify with the
same things she does as a female.  it was a perfectly valid observation.

next:  your comment about the window was inappropriate.  why should she jump
out a window?  then she would have accomplished something.  how do you know
that she won't be successful?  what have you done to help anyone?  all i see
you doing is flaming people who were expressing positive and honest feelings
and emotions to other people who she thought might identify with her.

i don't want you on my island.  when the next ferry comes, you need to take
yourself back to the mainland.

peace, harmony & indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (emilyamy@aol.com)
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*
"it's alright if you hate that way/hate me 'cause i'm different/hate me
'cause i'm gay..." - e. saliers
"i said you know it's funny/i think we were on the same boat back in 1694" -
a. ray
"mothers tell your children/be quick you must be strong/life is full of
wonder/love is never wrong..." - m. etheridge
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subject:      everyone please read!!!!  important!!!!

i want everyone on the list to read this.   i just posted a flame to mr.
verner and i would like to publicly apologize.  i did nothing with that flame
except to make the war worse.  i have a new sig (just made it) that i want
everyone to read and think about.

mr. verner, i'm sorry i flmaed you.
listees, i'm sorry for wasting bandwidth and prolonging the unpleasantness.

peace, harmony & indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism  (emilyamy@aol.com)

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"i have no need for anger with intimate strangers...."  -  a. ray
"the evil ego and the vice of pride / is there ever anything else that makes
us take our different sides?"  -  e. saliers
"i, i could've been you / you could've been me / one small change that shapes
your destiny..."   - m. etheridge
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hi all,
i wanted to say, about the ticketmaster thing, you'd want to check
with the ticket vendor about the lottery thing... there were a bunch
of shows going on sale at the same time, so it may be a limited thing.
anyway, i got fourth row, right up the center, and i am very happy!
is anyone going to the finger lakes show?

:) alicia
"all i've learned has been in vain, like water on a stain"
                              -amy ray
"you've gotta learn to touch, feel, and know that you are real."
                              -bob dylan
"i walk like a woman and talk like a man.  i said i am who the
fuck i am..."
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howdy,

for those with www access, you can get some info about the oregon tour
dates that i posted earlier.

check out...
http://www2.music.sony.com/musicdb/tourinfo

or

find it through "tours" on the sony home web site
http://www.sony.com/music
(i think that is it..)

you can query up to 90 days in advance, and can query more than one artist
at a time.  it's really cool.
so when you get to the tour info page, make sure to highlight the indigo
girls, and also change the # of days to the max (which is 90 days).  then
press "search by artist" (all of this is pretty easy), then ta da!  there
ya go.  you can click on the venue and find the numbers to call.  you can
click on the city and find other concerts in that area with in a certain
time frame.

have fun!

and yeeaahhh!  three dates in oregon, and two at uc berkeley!

seona
sb2@axe.humboldt.edu

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>can i ask who the gorgeous celeb was, or is that classified? : )

individually, i could have divulged that info, but since my mailbox is
suddenly overflowing with mail asking who it is, i need to keep my big
trap shut.  = ) it's not a or e.  so sorry i opened my cake-hole so
wide...didn't mean to make you guys jump!

-liz- (quietly slinking away...)

ps-thanks to all who sent me good luck for my date....lol! it will all be
well-appreciated, trust me....

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hello everyone on the list.
i'm going to copy some info here
about youthpride, which is one of the organizations to which we're
considering donating money for emily's b'day.  shirley adams, who is in
charge of fundraising, sent me this information. it is all reproduced by
permission.


youthpride atlanta: because no one should grow up invisible or alone.

what is youthpride?
youthpride is an organization founded in 1995 to address the needs of gay,
lesbian and bisexual youth and young adults.  an invisible or alienated
minority, they describe feelings of difference, shame and confusion, and
often experience isolation or hostility from their peers.  it was felt to
be important for the community to address the needs and concerns of these
young people.  therefore, the purpose of youthpride is to enhance the
developmental prospects of gay, lesbian and bisexual youth through support
services, outreach and educational interventions.  members of youthpride
come from many counties within georgia and are diverse in race, ethnicity,
gender and age.

what does youthpride do?
-support group (ages 13-18)
-personal growth group (ages 18-24)
-social events
-youthpride helpline
-educational workshops and seminars
-speakers bureau
-community outreach
-wilderness leadership courses through atlanta outward bound center

youthpride's phone number: (404) 815-9965
youthpride helpline (glb youth outreach and support. thurs and fri
evenings from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.): (404) 892-1122  (all calls are
confidential)

for people above the age of 24 who want to help can volunteer time or
donate money. checks should be made payable to youthpride and sent to
        youthpride atlanta
        p.o. box 15448
        atlanta, ga 30333

---------------------------------
shirley also sent a copy of the youthpride atlanta times, but i won't type
out the whole thing.  she said that a web page will be up in about 3 or 4
weeks from now.
here's a summary of the winter 1997 issue:
-once a month, yp hosts a free coffee house social at kalo's coffee house.
over 50 yp members and gay teens attended the first one, which was in
december. doria roberts, "chuck," and angela motter have played at some of
these events.
-[i'm gonna type this section out...]
        yp weekly support groups
  attending one of youthpride's weekly support groups for gay, lesbian and
bisexual youth is for many yp members the only support they receive
regarding their sexual orientation.
  for teenagers who realize they are gay, lesbian, or bisexual, there are
few safe havens.  adults in schools and religious institutions frequently
deny that gays and lesbians exist in schools, while condemning
homosexuality publicly.  g/l/b youth often feel shamed and vulnerable in
the very places where they should feel the safest.  thus, yp feels
offering weekly support to its members is one of the most valuable
services it can provide.
  for chan, 17, yp member, youthpride "provides me one of the few safe
places for gay youth to be as they are."  weekly, yp offers a youth
support group for ages 13-18, and a personal growth group for youth and
young adults ages 18-24.  each group is lead by a masters level mental
health professional.
  according to noah, group member, 16, "youthpride is the highlight of my
whole week."  many of the group memebers who attend each week say that
without yp support groups, they would have nowhere else to turn.  in her
own words, lela, 16, "i can read books and hear the words it's ok to be
gay, but the most powerful thing is to be surrounded by people who have,
not the answers, but the questions."
  youthpride atlanta has completed its first full year serving gay,
lesbian and bisexual youth in the metro-atlanta area.  we have grown from
one support to three, and into 1997, we hope to further provide the
resources and outreach needed for atlanta's g/l/b youth...
--

youthpride founder stephanie swann: a profile.
  atlanta-founded in 1995, youthpride atlanta was born when child and
adolescent therapist stephanie swann, m.s.w., began noticing that there
were many gay, lesbian and bisexual teenageers coming into her community
health clinic struggling with issues stemming more from societal
homophobia rather than intrapsychic issues.
  stephanie began youthpride by leading a support group weekly for g/l/b
youth.  now, just 2 years later, youthpride atlanta [which from now on
will be written ypa] has grown to serve more than 300 g/l/b teenagers and
young adults with weekly support groups, a telephone helpline, and monthly
social gatherings.  more than 40 volunteers give their time, energy and
considerable talent to youthpride.
  present at almost any yp functoin is stephanie.  stephanie's drive and
devotion to ypa is self-evident and with enthusiasm she gives her time and
attentions to the growth and direction of yp.  whether marching with "her
kids" in atlanta's annual gay pride march or running a support group, it's
obvious that for stephanie yp is a labor of love.
  stephanie's intense focus revolves around her recognition of a need for
a resource such as youthpride because in her words "there are many gay,
lesbian, and bisexual teenagers out there...people don't necessarily
become homosexual when they reach adulthood."  giving g/l/b youth a chance
to affiliate with their peer group, stephanie believes, allows yp members
a chance to explore their sexuality as heterosexual youth do.
  subsequently, atlanta's g/l/b youth and young adults now have a place to
go to for support rather than suffer in silence and isolation...
....
  stephanie's vision for yp includes both short and long term goals.  it
is her hope that yp continues to "reach people that we need to reach, that
the helpline remains strong, and that we continue to build the social
events aspect of our organization."
  long term plans call for a freestanding building that will potentially
house a variety of programs for teenage g/l/b youth to include a drop-in
center as well as provide a safe space for a wide variety of soical
gatherings.  with fearless leadership and the spirit of volunteerism
alive, the future of ypa is in good hands, allowing it to continue to grow
and help those who need its services most.
-------------------------
the newsletter goes on to describe the "out and proud" conference (at
which emily spoke), and there's an article about a group at a local hs
called b.a.h.g.l. pride which was founded 2 years ago by members of yp.

-------------------------
on a related note,

youthpride fundraiser compilation album

the "thrive" album is a cd compilation album with atlanta/athens artists.
the artists with tracks on the album are:
indigo girls (title is "center stage")
several rock groups: 3 lb thrill; big fish ensemble; viva la diva; josh
joplin band; the fountains; shock lobo
plus belloluna; the tender idols.

also, there's a listening party on may 4th at st. agnes tea garden from
4-7 p.m. the cds won't be ready for another month or more.
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date:         fri, 25 apr 1997 21:41:04 -0400
reply-to:     emilyamy@aol.com
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from:         "j \"tigger\" kickliter" <emilyamy@aol.com>
subject:      re: how about top5 films? (nigc)

my top 5 films are:

1) boys on the side
2) willow
3) the neverending story
4) the dark crystal
5) waterworld

and my top 5 toilet articles are toothpaste, deodorant, soap, shampoo and a
toothbrush  :)  and i'm sneaking in my shower radio too, it's available to be
borrowed.  :)

peace, harmony & indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (emilyamy@aol.com)
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"it's alright if you hate that way/hate me 'cause i'm different/hate me
'cause i'm gay..." - e. saliers
"i said you know it's funny/i think we were on the same boat back in 1694" -
a. ray
"mothers tell your children/be quick you must be strong/life is full of
wonder/love is never wrong..." - m. etheridge
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subject:      re: re : top 5 films.....
x-to:         vogelap@ucunix.san.uc.edu

drew vogel wrote:
>>we could have our own fire department where we could all share our
favorite fire stories.<<

actually, we already have the fire department.  and they're too busy for
sharing fire stories, they're busy putting out all the flame wars.

come on, people, smile on your fellow listers, everybody get together let's
at least try to like each other, ok???

peace, harmony & indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism  (emilyamy@aol.com)

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"i have no need for anger with intimate strangers...."  -  a. ray
"the evil ego and the vice of pride / is there ever anything else that makes
us take our different sides?"  -  e. saliers
"i, i could've been you / you could've been me / one small change that shapes
your destiny..."   - m. etheridge
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subject:      ssim yknib

i want to join the ssim yknib naf bulc!!!!!!  please???  :)

peace, harmony & indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (emilyamy@aol.com)
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'cause i'm gay..." - e. saliers
"i said you know it's funny/i think we were on the same boat back in 1694" -
a. ray
"mothers tell your children/be quick you must be strong/life is full of
wonder/love is never wrong..." - m. etheridge
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subject:      ig kmtt thing in rocket

heres a tid-bit from the new rocket on the listening party at the croc. :
[reprinted sans permision from the rocket...by johnny renton ]

while in the midst of a low-key college tour, amy ray and
emily saliers also took time to pop in to what one indstry
wag termed the "meet and geek," mingling with industry parasites
(including your truly) and diehard fans, who won entry via kmtt.
the indigos have really, really nice fans, you know --  the result
being that the food spread was not imediately decimated. as the
album played ad infinitum, the girls strolled trough the club posing
for snaps with fans, which were duly presented in little folders toted
around by epic reps. the girls also played a short smattering
of tunes, with the new stuff getting a grrrrreat response.......
they closed with "galileo," giving fans something recognizable to
chew on (though a number of the audience semmed familiar with
the new material already).

ya gotta love that johnny renton !
:)
latah !
claire

http://members.aol.com/mmedido/index.htm
"farmer joe, i'm the meanest woman you know."
laura
nyro.......................................................................

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subject:      re: the billings house - emily's b'day present
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hey mandi-
i vote for the billings house.  it is great of you to devote so much time
and energy to this project (and the amy one for that matter).

take care,
erica

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subject:      auburn show & the reason...

maybe i'm the first one to hit on this, maybe not.

the auburn show was canceled because emily is sick.

will anyone flame me if i holler in the general direction of atlanta:  "hey
emily, hope you get to feelin' better soon!"

peace, harmony & indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (emilyamy@aol.com)
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'cause i'm gay..." - e. saliers
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"mothers tell your children/be quick you must be strong/life is full of
wonder/love is never wrong..." - m. etheridge
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okay, here's the deal about emily's b'day donation:

i'm about to post a couple of letters to the list telling about the
organizations that we are considering for emily's present (there might be
more posted later on by tamara).  please read over these letters and choose
which one you would want to do for emily's present.  then respond to me, not
the list and let me know which one you vote for.  please do not post  to the
list saying which one you vote for, cause 1)that takes up a lot of bandwidth
and 2)i'm signing off the list for this weekend anyway, so i won't see your
vote which means it won't count.
also, i don't want to sign back on the list to find bickering about which
organization is better, so if you want to support a group or urge the list
to vote for that one, fine, but please do not start a "mine's better than
yours" thing.  keep in mind that this project is most likely going to be
done twice a year (maybe more), so if one organization doesn't get picked
this time, it will still have a chance later on.

y'all will have a week to vote and i will probably post the letters again
later on in the week.  next friday, may 2nd, is the last day of voting.  i
will finish tallying all the votes that weekend and announce the
organization as soon as that is done.

please take a few minutes to read the letters when they are sent!

thanks y'all,
mandi

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  i found the list of stations that carry modern rock live. i hope
  it's accurate.

  state
                          city
                                               station

  frequency
                   alabama
                          birmingham
                                               106x

  105.9
                   arizona
                          phoenix
                                               the edge

  100.3
                          phoenix
                                               the edge

  106.3
                          tucson
                                               the end

  1490
                   california
                          fresno
                                               new rock

  104.1
                          los angeles
                                               real radio

  97.1
                          modesto
                                               kdjk

  95.1
                          monterey
                                               kmby

  104.3
                          sacramento
                                               kwod

  106.5
                          san francisco
                                               live 105

  105.3
                   colorado
                          aspen
                                               ksno

  103.5
                          breckenridge
                                               ksmt

  102.3
                          denver
                                               ktcl

  93.3
                          gunnison
                                               kkyy

  98.3
                          hayden
                                               kidn

  95.9
                          vail-avon
                                               kzyr

  103.1
                   connecticut
                          hartford
                                               wmrq

  104.1
                   district of columbia
                          washington, dc
                                               wfqx

  99.3
                          washington, dc
                                               whfs

  99.1
                   florida
                          jacksonville
                                               planet radio

  93.3
                          pensacola
                                               new rock one zero
                                               seven

  107.3
                          tallahassee
                                               wxsr

  101.5
                          west palm beach
                                               the buzz

  103.1
                   georgia
                          augusta
                                               channel z

  95.1
                          savannah
                                               z102

  102.1
                   iowa
                          davenport, ia-moline,il
                                               the planet

  93.5
                          des moines
                                               kkdm

  107.5
                   idaho
                          sun valley
                                               kski

  103.7
                   illinois
                          champaign
                                               the planet

  107.1
                          chicago
                                               q 101

  101.1
                   indiana
                          ft. wayne
                                               the edge

  96.3
                   kansas
                          lawrence
                                               lazer

  105.9
                   kentucky
                          louisville
                                               wxnu

  105.9
                   maryland
                          salisbury
                                               the coast

  95.9
                   maine
                          bangor
                                               wwbx

  97.1
                          portland
                                               wcyy

  93.9
                   michigan
                          detroit
                                               89x

  88.7
                          grand rapids
                                               grd

  97.9
                          lansing
                                               the edge

  92.1
                   minnesota
                          minneapolis
                                               the edge

  93.7
                   missouri
                          springfield
                                               channel z

  104.7
                          st. louis
                                               the point

  105.7
                   north carolina
                          charlotte
                                               the end

  106.5
                          greenville/edenton
                                               werx

  102.5
                   nebraska
                          lincoln
                                               the planet

  104.1
                          omaha
                                               k-rock

  93.3
                   new mexico
                          albuquerque
                                               the edge

  107.9
                   nevada
                          las vegas
                                               the edge

  103.5
                          reno
                                               the zephyr

  102.9
                   new york
                          albany
                                               the edge

  103.9
                          albany
                                               wqbj

  103.5
                          buffalo
                                               the edge

  103.3
                          new york
                                               z 100

  100.3
                          rochester
                                               wnve

  96.1
                          syracuse
                                               k-rock

  100.9
                          utica
                                               k-rock

  94.9
                   ohio
                          cincinnati
                                               channel z

  107.1
                          cleveland
                                               the end

  107.9
                          dayton
                                               the edge

  103.9
                   oklahoma
                          oklahoma city
                                               the spy

  93.7
                          tulsa
                                               the edge

  104.5
                   oregon
                          portland
                                               knrk

  94.7
                   pennsylvania
                          harrisburg
                                               the edge

  105.7
                          philadelphia
                                               y 100

  100.3
                   rhode island
                          providence
                                               the edge

  99.7
                   south carolina
                          charleston
                                               the wave

  96.1
                   tennessee
                          bristol
                                               x104

  103.9
                          memphis
                                               96x

  95.7
                          nashville
                                               thunder 94

  94.1
                   texas
                          austin
                                               k-nack

  107.1
                          houston
                                               the buzz

  107.5
                          san antonio
                                               kiss

  99.5
                   virginia
                          norfolk
                                               96x

  96.1
                          richmond
                                               the buzz

  104.7
                          winchester
                                               froggy 99

  99.1
                   wisconsin
                          madison
                                               wmad

  92.1
                          milwaukee
                                               lazer am/fm

  102.9
                   wyoming
                          casper
                                               kmgw

  103.7

leticia
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subject:      guitars again!

just a quick question--does anyone know what kind of guitar it is they use in
_touch me fall_ and _bury my heart at wounded knee_, the electric that emily
plays?  it's got a cherry sunburst sort of finish and f-holes, you know the
one i mean?  not only is it pretty, but it sounds divine.  any help muchly
appreciated.

    just your friendly neighborhood fan-type person, chris

ps- just bought _living in clip_, my first ever experience with ani.  it's good
but is she always on one level?  what i mean is, in the songs on _this_ cd,
she seems to stay at one (generally) low level for the whole song.  it doesn't
move up and down, you know, chorus louder, louder when she's angrier, etc.  is
it different in concert? louder?  is this a folk convention?  anyone wanna
clue me in?  ok, enough for now, i think it's a rule that your ps shouldn't be
longer than the post itself.... :)

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subject:      is anyone out there?!?! sigc

ok, i know i'm new at this de-lurking and i don't know everything about ig,
but could someone please tell me if they have any suggestions of what i could
take to the ig live x this sunday to get autographed!!!  one of the 2 people
that responded to my last post mentioned the calender, but everywhere i have
been in atlanta says they don't know what i am talking about!!! *talk about
frustrating*  so please,please--if anyone out there knows where to get
one--let me know!!!
forever grateful!!!
susu

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the blanks have all been dubbed and sent back to the branches of the tape
tree for the following 60 min tape containing these 2 shows:

1) study hall 1981 - the first ever recorded session from study hall, ap
english, mr. lloyd's class, shamrock high school, decatur georgia, november
1981.
set list: it's too late, her town too, back together again, tuesday's
children, a heart in new york, wysteria, you've got a friend (cut)

2) madison square garden, ny city, april 10, 1989 - ig opening for rem on
their green world tour.  added bonus - michael stipe comes out and sings
with them.
set list: closer to fine, secure yourself, love's recovery, prince of
darkness, land of canaan, kid fears (with michael stipe), american tune

i've even added 2 bonus tracks for fellow ig/rem fans:
summertime (with m.stipe 4/22/90 lisner auditorium wash.d.c.)
hairshirt (with m. stipe 4/24/90 beacon theater ny city) (the full song
didn't fit though)

again this requires one 60 min tape in a sase (self addressed stamped
envelope). please email your branch of the zodiac below and they will give
you their address and any other info to send your sase (or trade if they so
wish).

hope everyone enjoys it!
lori

aries - veronica (simply v)     vjt8118@is4.nyu.edu
taurus - pj    pjhoopie@aol.com
gemini - anna (chickensoprano)   creechal@aslan.emu.edu
cancer - mellie     mellie2@aol.com
leo - bon    bonster@bp05.u.washington.edu
virgo - mike    mpaluzzi@spatial.maine.edu
libra - kelly   kfairbairn@pyrite.stonehill.edu
scorpio - tracy    salray1@webtv.net
sagittarius - marta   mchaffee@oxy.edu
capricorn - pj  paa4687@dpschp11.dpsc.dla.mil
aquarius - tigger    emilyamy@aol.com
pisces - david    dhanson@chickasaw.com

europe/uk  - ferran   maror@teleco.upv.es
canada - robin   robin_squires@ymca.ca


"this is now, this is here, this is me, this is what i wanted you to see."
                                            rem

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subject:      ellen on 20/20 (nigc)

hi all,

i was stuck in a young democrats meetings (woo hoo) and i missed the ellen
interview on tonights 20/20 (sigh). if anyone taped it, i'd love to trade it
for maybe some of my ig bootlegs.

smiles : )
annemarie

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i can actually receive it -- when is it on?????????


mike r.
*frustrated trying to get the u2 concert off the web tonight (it didn't
werk out)*

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subject:      poor ellen!nigc

i saw ellen on 20/20. she is so brave for coming out. tonight i was
filled with rage because i was on this ignorant fool's site. he was
talking about how gay people molester children and how blacks have
lower iqs. i rarely get extremely angry. i am slow to anger, but this
guy got under my skin. so i wrote him a scathing e-mail and talked to
my rather sweet christain freind liz. we disagree on quite a few points.
goodbye.

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hey...if anyone out there has the zodiacal lightbulb joke, would you please send it to me?  i deleted it, and really wanted to send it to my friends.  thanks!!

jennifer w.

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the weirdest place i've ever heard an ig song was the first place i ever heard them.  i was working at sears, and i heard this really cool song...loved it...wondered who it was.  i saw the video, and found out that it was ig, and the song was called, "closer to fine".  that was summer, 1989...loved them ever since.  *s*

jennifer w.

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subject:      about that greek tape......

just wanted y'all to know that i received the 6-29-91 tape from tenacioustaure
an@worldnet.att.net and i wish to thank her for sharing the tape with the
list.  the tape is an example of a growing interest and excitement on this
list and it is gratifying to see so many wonderful trades going on....

i have been on the list since spring '95 and as they say in texas (i went to
high school in waco, that un-wonderful, wacky town ;)  "that ain't shit".
are many here that have been on the list far longer.  but my tenure has been
long enough to see that we are improving and keeping ourselves on track as to
what this list really wants to talk about (wow, glad to get some ig content
in this post at last;) and that does it for me.

this is prolly the longest post i have ever made to the list that didn't have
a setlist in it:)

thanks again, tt

jude :)

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hi,

does anyone know when the tickets go on sale for the new orleans and texas
tour dates?  i'm coming over from scotland for the shows. :)

and on the 100% igc thread :

* what is the greatest lengths you have ever gone to for an ig concert/
   item/ etc.

well, last year i came over from scotland for the nff, nh and nyc shows.  i
had a great time. :)  (waving at lorinda, sherlyn, karen, howdy, trant,
eric, bert, melissa, susan, amy, deb, florine, paul, greg and dwayne - and
anybody else i missed out!).  but like lorinda, i know someone who's
travelled further. :)

amazing fact : by the time i've been to the shows this summer, i will have
seen the ig 8 times but not once in my own country.

gail

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sorry to post this to the list.....

carolyn,

had system crash and lost your
address.  please contact me, your
tape is ready to go.

thanks...tt

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subject:      re: (nigc) the poul issue: 16 ayes, 1 nay

poul verner <paulw@iglou.com> wrote in response to (nigc) the poul
issue: 16 ayes, 1 nay

>> i agree with this statement. further i find it ironic that all the
>> ig worshippers here fell into an almost facist frenzy as soon as
>> their little "community" here expierenced an outsider with a
>> different opinion and a bad attitude. the hypocracy was telling.
>> for the record: i am a fan of the indigo girls. i am not a fan of
>> the personality cult this list embodies i am not going anywhere
>> and i will contribute to the list as *i* see fit. if amy farted in
>> a church i believe half the list would fall to their knees and
>> proclaim it poetry from god. love, poul <<

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
[using the analogy of the list as a party]:

"i showed up uninvited, i don't like anyone here, and no one
here seems to like me much.  so far, i've walked around and
gratuitously insulted everyone, and butted into a number of polite
conversations just to make rude remarks.

"now people have quit what they were doing to decide whether to ask
me to leave, kick sand in my face, or throw me out bodily.  it turns
me on. i haven't had so much fun since play-school.

"neener, neener, neener, i'm not going anywhere, since all i want is
people to pay attention to me, even if it's negative.  so there.

"finally, i am completely clueless as to any message in the indigo
girls' songs."
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

this translation has been brought to you by the letter "k" and the
oracle at delphi.

keep yer powder dry,
kate


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subject:      anyone in austin??

hey...is there such a place as the bass concert hall in austin, tx?  the ig
were there on 7-27-92 and i have a 45 min tape (may be a partial thingy) from
that venue...anyone?

inquiring bootlisters want to know!

jude :)

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in a message dated 97-04-25 20:23:04 edt, you write:

> previously someone had said the concert was on june 3rd??
>  and tix were going on sale on monday, april 28th?
>  is this right?
>  let us all know.
>  thanks. smilee

according to today's paper:

indigo girls at madison square garden - june 3rd, 8pm
tickets on sale monday 4/28 at 9am  $10 and $25
garden box office (212) 465-6741
ticketmaster (212) 307-7171


maureen

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the tab for it's all right and don't give that girl a gun are up on my web
page (have been for awhile)  go for it:

http://members.aol.com/wishmonstr/ewebpg.htm

happy tappin' with elmo,
elizabeth

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ahhhhhh!!!!!

i just got off the phone with the ticket people, and for the hartford show
i've got

tenth row dead center!!!!

pretty good for not only a first live ig experience, but my first concert!!!

gosh, i love my parents.  =)

-elizabeth, who doesn't mean to be rude, just incredibly happy!!!

* * * * * * * * * * * *
"just don't fling yourself at them." - my friend, after hearing about our
fantastic seats
http://members.aol.com/wishmonstr/ewebpg.htm
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hiya.  i just saw a list of bands for a festival in atlanta on may 2nd, 3rd &
4th.  i would really like to go on the third, when two of my favorite bands
(ben folds five and barenaked ladies) are playing, but i don't have the
schedule, and it's a big difference to someone who's travelling whether they
go on at 5pm or 10 am....  anyone know where i can get a schedule?  is it on
the web somewhere?  thanx in advance.

                     phellow phan, chris

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we know it's the only life worth living."  james dickey

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just had to share my joy upon getting throught to protix at 10:02am and
getting section 100 row c seats 101-104!!!!!!!!  the lady was really nice
and said they are near or on the aisle towards the middle.

i am soooooooooooo happy!

happy day,
jennie

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on sat, 26 apr 1997 12:45:44 bst, you wrote:


>^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>[using the analogy of the list as a party]:
>
>"i showed up uninvited, i don't like anyone here, and no one
>here seems to like me much.  so far, i've walked around and
>gratuitously insulted everyone, and butted into a number of polite
>conversations just to make rude remarks.

don't need an invitation, apparently thats a misconception more than a
few people have here. any insulting was never done gratuitously but
with full intention-especially in your case.

>
>"now people have quit what they were doing to decide whether to ask
>me to leave, kick sand in my face, or throw me out bodily.  it turns
>me on. i haven't had so much fun since play-school.

i never went to playschool-think that makes me a victim?
>
>"neener, neener, neener, i'm not going anywhere, since all i want is
>people to pay attention to me, even if it's negative.  so there.

i'm not from around here. does "neener,neener,neener" have something
to do with mork's lesbian sister?
>
>"finally, i am completely clueless as to any message in the indigo
>girls' songs."

thanks for the tip. i had thought i hated the indigo girls but now i
think i like them alot, most of the time, i think. which one plays the
drums??
>
>kate
love&kisses
poul

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subject:      re: girl with the weight of the world in her hands....
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on fri, 25 apr 1997 20:50:48 -0400, you wrote:


>
>your response to this post was asinine and completely uncalled for.  just
>because your sorry male self has regrets and don't know what to do with
>yourself, why is it childish for her to want to follow her own dreams?  and
>who are you to say that everyone turns out like her mom, with regrets?  i
>don't plan to have any regrets:  i['m doing exactly what i want with my life
>and i am a happy person.  are you?  you sound pretty bitter to me.
i wonder what the reaction on the list would be if i called your
response asine and called you a sorry female, hmm, i'd guess that the
list would pat me on the back for my obvious tolerance and unbiased
feelings about the opposite sex.

>
>next:she didnt say she was patterning her life after a song. she said she was
>inspired by it.  take a reading class!
i call em as i see em-sue me.
>
>next:she wasnt dismissing anything about her boyfriend being male.  she said
>maybe he didnt understand it because as a male, he doesn't identify with the
>same things she does as a female.  it was a perfectly valid observation.
um, bullshit.
>
>next:  your comment about the window was inappropriate.  why should she jump
>out a window?  then she would have accomplished something.  how do you know
>that she won't be successful?  what have you done to help anyone?  all i see
>you doing is flaming people who were expressing positive and honest feelings
>and emotions to other people who she thought might identify with her.

tigger go jump off a brige.
>
>i don't want you on my island.  when the next ferry comes, you need to take
>yourself back to the mainland.
i'd like you on my island-something like lord of the flies
love,
paul
ps-nice dyke-cred below
>
>peace, harmony & indigo,
>
>tigger, high priestess of amyism (emilyamy@aol.com)
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>'cause i'm gay..." - e. saliers
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>a. ray
>"mothers tell your children/be quick you must be strong/life is full of
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on fri, 25 apr 1997 21:13:19 -0400, you wrote:

>i want everyone on the list to read this.   i just posted a flame to mr.
>verner and i would like to publicly apologize.  i did nothing with that flame
>except to make the war worse.  i have a new sig (just made it) that i want
>everyone to read and think about.
>
>mr. verner, i'm sorry i flmaed you.
>listees, i'm sorry for wasting bandwidth and prolonging the unpleasantness.
>
>peace, harmony & indigo,
>
>tigger,

tigger, thanks for the apology however please check your spelling i
was momentarilty unaware of your meaning. thnasks
love&kisses,
poul

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on thu, 24 apr 1997, katherine hames wrote:

<deletia> i'm really glad you brought this song up, it's my favorite from
sots so far. it almost doesn't seem fair to start in on it before the
album's even out and everyone's had a chance to hear it!  but i feel like
it's going to be one of those rich rorschach emily songs like "mystery"
that you could interpret forever and whose meaning for any individual will
probably shift with time & circumstance.

> first, one silly question.  in the line that says, "blank notebook in a
> backpocket fade"--- what is a backpocket fade, if this is indeed what
> emily is saying here???

i hadn't caught the last word, but "fade" makes sense--like the back
pocket of someone's jeans if they always carry their wallet (or a
notebook!) there--the material fades around the shape of the object
carried.

the rest of the song, so far anyway, reminds me thematically of "ghost"
(probably explaining why i like it so much...)--opening with adolescent,
or in this case even pre-adolescent, wars, continuing into a long intense,
almost obsessive relationship which is probably not healthy for the singer
but which she can't or won't give up.  the lines i'm stuck on right now
are "i don't want what's best for you/'cause where would i be when you
found it?/i've prayed a lot about these bad feelings inside/i can't break
my way through or around it."  there's a darkness and urgency in this song
i hadn't heard from emily before, here and in lines like "the sweat of our
sadness/and the twist of a sheet" which i see as frankly sexual.  and
emily just sings the *hell* out of it live--she really seems to be finding
and exploiting some new emotional range in her singing, even of the old
stuff.  you folks seeing them anytime soon are in for a *treat*.

i'm still working on all the business about dreams, bridges, taxi fares,
keeping "both of my shoes", etc..

other ideas??

lucy, sticking her toe back in after a-year-and-a -half off the list
leselle@eskimo.com


> > i think the gist of the song is about a troubled relationship that is
> sort of like a time-bomb waiting to explode, and about what will happen
> when it does, and all the involved feelings.  but i don't get the dream
> part, with the shoes, bridges, and the references to acting, etc.  i'm
not
> sure where that fits in to my guess at the overall message of the song.
> > if any of you have any insights to share, please, please, please
respond!
> > have a happy day,
> katherine

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dearest poul,

is your life so pathetic that you find yourself frequently engaged in
baiting others whom you deem to be inferior to yourself?  are you
spending a significant amount of time carefully hand-crafting responses
to people whom you hate almost as much as you hate yourself?  do you
attain immeasurable self-satisfaction and pleasure at viewing your own
inanities in ascii??

fret not friend, there is help for you!

it's called a life.  get one now.

your pal,
           mj.

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poul wrote:

>> i agree with this statement. further i find it ironic that all the
>> ig worshippers here fell into an almost facist frenzy as soon as
>> their little "community" here expierenced an outsider with a
>> different opinion and a bad attitude. the hypocracy was telling.
>> for the record: i am a fan of the indigo girls. i am not a fan of
>> the personality cult this list embodies i am not going anywhere
>> and i will contribute to the list as *i* see fit. if amy farted in
>> a church i believe half the list would fall to their knees and
>> proclaim it poetry from god. love, poul <<

i take my apology back.  poul, drop dead and gety off my island.  you're
spoiling the view.

peace, harmony & indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (emilyamy@aol.com)
   member - ssim yknib naf bulc
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subject:      re: guitars again!

in a message dated 4/26/97 4:23:21 am, you wrote:

<<just a quick question--does anyone know what kind of guitar it is they use
in
_touch me fall_ and _bury my heart at wounded knee_, the electric that emily
plays?  it's got a cherry sunburst sort of finish and f-holes, you know the
one i mean?  not only is it pretty, but it sounds divine.  any help muchly
appreciated.>>

has anyone figured out what that orange guitar in tmf is?  gretsch?  i'm
pretty sure the one emily plays in the bmhawk video is a black national
westwood.  now i'm gonna hafta go watch it again!

dee

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date:         sat, 26 apr 1997 11:34:34 -0400
reply-to:     emilyamy@aol.com
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from:         "j \"tigger\" kickliter" <emilyamy@aol.com>
subject:      re: girl with the weight of the world in her hands....
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poul, i'm glad you think it's a nice dyke-cred.  for your obviously unknowing
information, yeah, i am a dyke.  but did you know that so are amy & emily?
all three of us, dykes together.  and i bet if we took a poll (although i'm
not) an amazing number of women *and* men on this list would also be gay.

poul, why don't you go jump in the ocean?  you're disturbing my island
barbecue and i won't give you any of my food.  i'm saving it for people who
are nice and who don't go around insulting other people for no reason.

<clearing throat>  and now, back to the igc....

~~tigger

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date:         sat, 26 apr 1997 11:52:21 -0400
reply-to:     emilyamy@aol.com
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from:         "j \"tigger\" kickliter" <emilyamy@aol.com>
subject:      recent flammage, another top 5, and a little more on aereas is.

i want to apologize to all the listers except poul for my recent waste of
bandwidth.   i must have temporarily lost my mind.  in order to facilitate
the return to igc, i would like to make the suggestion that we all pretend
poul is no longer there.  too bad we don't have an "ignore" feature for
e-mail like in chat rooms!  oh, well.

now, to return to the igc, i'd like to ask for a new top 5.

your top 5 indigo songs to make you extremely happy:
1) get  out the map
2) galileo
3) closer to fine
4) southland in the springtime
5) hammer and a nail

and your top 5 indigo songs that make you really depressed:
1) falling star (from the blue food boot)
2) dead man's hill
3) ghost
4) kid fears
5) the girl with the weight of the world in her hands

someone asked where aereas island is.  (btw have we settled on this name?  if
it's ok with everyone i think it's better to have a name than to keep calling
it "the island".  anyway, aereas <insert correct island name here> island is
out in the ocean, far away from any land so that no one can get to us without
some serious searching.  it is not claimed as territory by any country, so
it's officially ours!!!!  it's big enough to hold all of us listers.  the
highest punishment available for any infraction is banishment from the
island.   in the history of aereas island, only one man, poul verner, has
been banished from the island.

ok i think that's all for now, but i'm seriously having fun with this island
thing  :)

peace, harmony & indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (emilyamy@aol.com)
   member - ssim yknib naf bulc
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date:         sat, 26 apr 1997 12:03:10 -0400
reply-to:     mark anthony donajkowski <madonajk@alpha.delta.edu>
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subject:      re: everyone please read!!!!  important!!!!
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alirght this is rediculus your just trying to get flamed now why dont you
just act like an adult and stop this crap and oh well i spelt a word wrong
im sure you can figure it out  im tired of the flaming thats been going on
the last month now it seems when one dies down another starts if someone
wants to act childish and do stuff just to get flamed as in the case
below just ignore them

on sat, 26 apr 1997, poul verner wrote:

> on fri, 25 apr 1997 21:13:19 -0400, you wrote:
>
> >i want everyone on the list to read this.   i just posted a flame to mr.
> >verner and i would like to publicly apologize.  i did nothing with that flame
> >except to make the war worse.  i have a new sig (just made it) that i want
> >everyone to read and think about.
> >
> >mr. verner, i'm sorry i flmaed you.
> >listees, i'm sorry for wasting bandwidth and prolonging the unpleasantness.
> >
> >peace, harmony & indigo,
> >
> >tigger,
>
> tigger, thanks for the apology however please check your spelling i
> was momentarilty unaware of your meaning. thnasks
> love&kisses,
> poul
>
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well, i just got my mailing for this year's falcon ridge.  for those
of you who haven't been, think very hippie. =) it takes place on a
farm in hillsdale, ny (right at the point where ny, ct and ma come
together) -- many people camp at the top of the hill through the
weekend.  lots of fun really.  they run four stages, main, dancing,
kids/family, and a workshop stage (taking questions form the
audience).

                hope to see you there!

                        chris

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                  falcon ridge folk festival
                        long hill farm
                        hillsdale, ny

dates:
        july 25, 26, 27 (fri-sun) -- rain or shine

        fri: noon - midnight (mainstage at 6:30)
        sat: 11 - midnight
        sun: 11 - 7:30

contacts:

        falcridgeaol.com
        http://www.falconridgefolk.com

costs:

        3-day no camping:   $46 <6/1    $51 >6/1, <7/15         $59 >7/15
        3-day camping:      $52 <6/1    $57 >6/1, <7/15         $65 >7/15
        1-day tickets:      f $25, sat $30, sun $25
        children <12 free
        12-16   $15 at door
        senior/college w/id: -$5 off of 1 day price
        dogs: $25 & proof of rabies vaccination (must stay in camp)

artists:

bob malone (sn)         cheryl wheeler (sn)     david roth (sn)
caroline aiken (sn)     chuck brodsky (sn)      david wilcox (fs)
cordelia's dad (sn)     dan bern (sn)           dee cartensen (s)
dar williams (f)        david massengill (fsn)  disappear fear (sn)
greg brown (fsn)        janis ian (fn)          june rich (fs)
laurie's stories (sn)   les sampou (sn)         kim & reggie harris (fs)
magpie (fsn)            martin sexton (sn)      moxy fruvous (sn)
paul richmond (sn)      roger the jester (sn)   salamander crossing (sn)
tim mason (sn)          the storycrafters (sn)  vance gilbert (fsn)
einstien's little homunculus (sn)       karen savoca & peter heitzman (sn)
                washboard slim & the blue lights

friday night song swap:

        greg brown cheryl wheeler, david wilcox, & janis ian

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from:         indigo jo <mts5@aber.ac.uk>
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on sat, 26 apr 1997 dschulman@aol.com wrote:

> in a message dated 4/26/97 4:23:21 am, you wrote:
>
> <<just a quick question--does anyone know what kind of guitar it is they use
> in
>  _touch me fall_ and _bury my heart at wounded knee_, the electric that emily
>  plays?  it's got a cherry sunburst sort of finish and f-holes, you know the
>  one i mean?  not only is it pretty, but it sounds divine.  any help muchly
>  appreciated.>>
>
> has anyone figured out what that orange guitar in tmf is?  gretsch?  i'm
> pretty sure the one emily plays in the bmhawk video is a black national
> westwood.  now i'm gonna hafta go watch it again!

if you mean the orange arch-top electric which emily plays, it's a yamaha.
i can't remember the exact model number, but yamaha's top-of-the-range is
an electric jazz guitar and that's the one emily plays.

mat

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this is a review of ani di franco's live double cd "living in clip", in
the british magazine folk roots.   written by colin irwin.

phew, it's hard to keep up with ani.   fast on the heels of her
remorseless assault of studio albums, and her fascinating recent
collaboration job on the utah phillips storybook, here comes the double
live album.

given that the ani difranco live experience is such an integral part of
her appeal, a representation of this nature was always an inevitable part
of her strategy.   equally inevitable was the fact that it could never
ever hope to capture the full character and power of her incredible stage
performances.   collected from appearances in various corners of the
states over the last couple of years, this offers a tantalising taste
without ever getting anywhere near capturing the energy she generates and
the incredible rapport she instantaneously builds with her audience.

still, we do get a good example of andy stochansky's terrific up-front
drumming that plays such a crucial role in the explosive sound along with
sara lee's aggressive bass;  we also get intriguing samples of her
spontaneous asides and irrepressible banter;  plus the occasional blitzing
intro/rap;  and we get some of her greatest hits like "joyful girl",
"napoleon", "letter to a john", "out of range", "[32] flavors" and "i'm no
heroine".   there's a version of "amazing grace" which knocks her other
treatment into a cocked hat, and a trawl through every emotion in the book
as she bares her soul in characteristically bold fashion, amid
outrageously colourful anecdotes and multi-coloured lyrics.

she's a fearless performer and, importantly, this comes through, not only
in her famously uncomporomising material, but in the stark arrangement as
edgily ugly as "the slant" and "the diner", complete with extraordinary
vocal rhythm interlude between difranco and stochansky.

there's some bastards in this world and ani seems to have met them all.

yet it's not all hell and fury.   there's tenderness, too, in "32
flavours" and "sorry i am", and plenty of evidence not merely of emotional
fierceness, but a decent vocal technique too.   and it's too easy to
imagine her appeal is built on attitude along.   "untouchable face" is a
*great* song of retribution, as crafted and emotive as anything put
together by alanis morrissette.

"i'm okay," she says at one point in response to a member of the
audience's question about her well-being.   "i'm getting over the urge to
kill someone and into the urge to rock."   it's teetering on that edge
that keeps you gripped.

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reply-to:     andrea j stamm <annotatedherb@juno.com>
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subject:      igc-top 5;  request for "lifeblood" lyrics

hiya all!

this is my first post to the list on my brand-new juno account (thank you
thank you thank you for everyone who responded with info-you people are
the best!).

quick question:  could somebody who has a little spare time send me the
lyrics to "lifeblood?"  i no longer have net access.  thanks in advance!

top 5 ig songs that make me happy (in no particular order)

1.  reunion
2.  least complicated
3.  joking
4.  never stop
5.  land of canaan

top 5 ig songs that make me depressed (also in no particular order)

1.  left me a fool (live from botby)
2.  carry me away
3.  you left it up to me
4.  ghost
5.  girl with the weight of the world in her hands

top 5 films (do i have to say they're in no particular order)?

1.  empire records
2.  some kind of wonderful
3.  the power of one
4.  home for the holidays
5.  jumpin' jack flash

top 4 novels (have we done this one before)?

1.  a tree grows in brooklyn (this is my favorite)-betty smith
2.  the power of one (my 2nd favorite)-bryce courtenay
3.  the mists of avalon-marion zimmer bradley
4.  remember me (memories of elementary and jr. high)-christopher pike
(i couldn't think of a 5th)

thanks for bearing with me, i had an urge to post and wanted some ig
content.  it's so good to be back on the list again!

andrea (formerly andrea not beth)

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hi all.

i've contacted the woodlands, but no concert date advertised so far.  if
anyone is interested, their web site is:
http://pavilion.woodlandscenter.org. phone:281-363-3300.

i've sent an e-mail requesting info, but you know how that often goes.
we'll see if they reply.

anyway, i will definitely keep the list posted for this texas concert date,
but i just wanted to give ya some info on the web site.

peace,
- jen hall

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guess the strangest place i've heard the ig is in the intensive care unit
at the hospital where i work. it was (most recently) 1200 curfews,all
tracks played back to back. yes!.one of the patients' family came up to
me while i was frantically typing in time with the music and said "who'se
the ig fan?".. "me ", i replied..he told me he "loved the ig and that
they had a new cd due out on the 29th". (which i knew but hey)..its
always nice to talk to another ig fan. i have a mac with cdplayer at my
desk(..only mac in a hospital full of that other kind) and have it hooked
up to a cambridge soundworks portable speakers with a subwoofer so it
sounds good. when i'm on duty i turn down the musak and play dj. i adjust
the selections and the sound level according to the prevailing mood in
the unit. if the staff are bouncing off the walls like hyper-kinetic
molecules i play  mellow.... if everyone is on edge and grouchy i play
happy music..recent fave..outback, luv that didj..most of the time i mix
it up. about 6am when the nite shift is dragging i put on the dancing
music...best of the village people, phil collins..dance into the light,
la bouche. its my cd i can play what i want!!'course sometimes when i am
called away, i come back to find ..country or celine dion. the nurses
think they are being funny but i can listen to anything in small doses
:-). so i pay them back by playing ashley mcisaac...for a full hour.
generally i get positive feed back from the patients and their families,
many will come up and comment / inquire about what's playing.  oh yeah i
also do some work. on a related note i also subscribe to the ccm-l
(critical care med list) which is a fairly serious group of mds, rns,&
related fields and students from around the world. interesting and
educational. even a few lawyers.polite and reasoned.. no public flaming,
but a lot of humor.and like this list sometimes the threads are way
out..a long recent one on lassie!
so i'll share a little gem i found there. i think it's from the fevered
brain of dr crippen the fl(fearless leader) of the ccm-l, a product of
the 60s, and electric guitar player...
sung to the tune of mccartneys yesterday

negligee,
i look stupid in this negligee
'cause my butt hangs out this funny way --
oh, why'd i buy this negligee?

why it doesn't fit i don't know, i couldn't say;
i did something stoopid when i bought this negligee.

negligee,
i would like to take it back today,
but i threw the damn sales slip away --
i'll have to keep this negligee.

anyway, play nice ya'll :-)
hope to meet some of you at a concert this summer :-))
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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reply-to:     kate blackmon <kblackmon@lbs.ac.uk>
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subject:      re: (nigc) the poul issue: 16 ayes, 1 nay

poul verner <paulw@iglou.com>wrote

>>^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>>[using the analogy of the list as a party]:
>>
>>"i showed up uninvited, i don't like anyone here, and no one
>>here seems to like me much.  so far, i've walked around and
>>gratuitously insulted everyone, and butted into a number of polite
>>conversations just to make rude remarks.

> don't need an invitation, apparently thats a misconception more than
> a few people have here.

"i haven't bothered to read the indigo girls mailing list faq."

> any insulting was never done gratuitously but with full intention-
> especially in your case.

"i don't know what gratuitous really means." (hint: one meaning is
'without good reason')
>
>> "now people have quit what they were doing to decide whether to
>> ask me to leave, kick sand in my face, or throw me out bodily.  it
>> turns me on. i haven't had so much fun since play-school.
>
> i never went to playschool-think that makes me a victim?
>
"i wish the list would band together and buy me a copy of _everything
i need to know, i learnt in kindergarten."

>> "neener, neener, neener, i'm not going anywhere, since all i want
>> is people to pay attention to me, even if it's negative.  so
>> there.
>
> i'm not from around here. does "neener,neener,neener" have something
> to do with mork's lesbian sister?
>
"i haven't been on the internet very long: am i missing something?"
>
>> "finally, i am completely clueless as to any message in the indigo
>> girls' songs."
>
> thanks for the tip. i had thought i hated the indigo girls but now i
> think i like them alot, most of the time, i think. which one plays
> the drums??

> love&kisses poul
>
"snappy retorts definitely 'r' not us."

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this is the letter i got from perry when i e-mailed him about the
boots....he said he couldn't say why so don't bury the poor man in
e-mails...just accept it like i have...*sighs*...but i know what they
were selling and i know that there are people out there that have it, so
why don't we band together and share? come on, kind friends :)
-tracy

"you are in the truth you seek"-me'shell ndegeocello

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to: salray1@webtv.net (tracy fears), rainy@mindspring.com
from: rainy@mindspring.com (perry thompson)
subject: re: attn: perry!!!!!!!

hi tracy,

yes, we're no longer selling any ig items that might piss off amy, emily,
russell carter, sony/epic or any official body that governs indigo girls!
this means no more boots, collectibles, autographed items, promos and
rarities of any kind.  why?  sorry, can't say.  all such items have been
trashed at great financial loss to me.  oh well.  my mistake for carrying
them!  the real loss is to the fans.

peace,
perry

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  marsha, vanessa,            1-800-636-6166
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i personally like these top five lists.

anyway, top 5 ig songs that make me depressed(if i posted my favorites, all
of these would be on there):
1)love will come to you
2)left me a fool
3)love's recovery
4)you and me of the 10,000 wars
5)history of us/ghost (tie)

top 5 ig songs that make me happy:
1)i don't wanna know
2)crazy game
3)hammer and a nail
4)let it be me
5)galileo/closer to fine(the cheese factor:-))

now for the nigc....
tope 5 movies:
1)sixteen candles
2)au revoir, les enfants
3)when harry met sally
4)dead poet's society
5)cocktail

top 5 books:
1)the tales of the city books(all 6 of 'em):armistead maupin
2)the great gatsby:f. scott fitzgerald
3)their eyes were watching g-d:zora neale hurston
4)exodus:leon uris
5)the lorax:dr. suess

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and strong, while our love is good and young.
                -indigo girls

if you're going to be degenerate, you might as well be a lady about it.
                -armistead maupin
sari laufer
northwestern university
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michael reynolds wrote:
>
> i can actually receive it -- when is it on?????????

i just discovered there is a station where i live that broadcasts modern
rock live as well... have i already missed the blessed event?

take it easy
carrie
(who is warming up to kick herself if she's missed ig on mrl)

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subject:      re: boots at rainy day records

i just picked up the new billboard...and the feature editorial was about
the tremendous hit the industry and artists take from 'piracy'..although
it mostly focused on italian cd pirateers (wasn't b&f an itlalian boot ?)
perhaps this is the result of an industry-wide crackdown.

the good news is that record sales are up for the year to date :)

another thought...maybe the sucess of the internet has made this
underground 'industry' more visible and therefore open to retaliation.
tah dahlinks!
claire

http://members.aol.com/mmedido/
"all the women are on a diet, i'm hungry, are you hungry ?"
laura
nyro.......................................................................

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could some kind person out there please email me privately the dates
and venues for the austin, tx shows and/or new orleans shows?  i
can't seem to find anything that far in advance on the web...
thanks,
becky

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sorry for the nigc folks...but if you're one of the qualified, e-mail me
at salray1@webtv.net and i'll send you  my addy for these boots :) okay?
happy booting!

new address: salray1@webtv.net
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message-id: <m0wkzec-003kbec@iaw.on.ca>
date: sat, 26 apr 1997 00:36:52 -0400 (edt)
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to: salray@webtv.net (tracy fears)
from: lorbrink@iaw.com (lori brinkman)
subject: re: study hall/msg tree canadian/europe branches

hey tracy
i popped your boots in the mail today.  you should be receiving them soon.
i'll tell the list that all brances are a "go"!  i'll put your new email
down too.
lori


>okay i know the english class boot is 60 minutes...but is there another
>tape or just something on the other side? need to know...i'll send my
>tape or tapes as soon as i hear from you! :)
>plus, i neglected to get 60 minute tapes at best buy *selfbap* can i
>send you a 90 minute? or perhaps a 120 minute tape and you could put it
>all on one side?
>
>right now i'm having amnesia and deja vu at the same time. i think i've
forgotten this before...-steven wright
>"well, okay...let's just say that someone was fleeing from somewhere,
looked back at someone, and got turned into a pillar of salt.."-k.c.
>
>


"this is now, this is here, this is me, this is what i wanted you to see."
                                            rem


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<blockquote type=cite>michael reynolds wrote:
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<br><i>> i can actually receive it -- when is it on?????????</i>
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<br>i just discovered there is a station where i live that broadcasts modern
<br>rock live as well... have i already missed the blessed event?
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</blockquote>
modern rock live is on sunday nights, but i strongly suggest that you call
the local station on the list and ask them about it. i was on the mrl page
(which is hard to find) and they didn't even say ig was on this sunday.
it said tba. 
<br>
<br>leticia
<br>-- 
<br>  *  beyond the suns that guard this roof * 
<br>     * beyond your flowers of flaming truths * 
<br>      *    beyond you latest ad
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did you ever stop to think that this list could disappear and we would
lose the ability to share boots, concerts reviews, album releases, make
friends, etc. if this flame war were to continue? get a grip, take it
private and have a nice ph*cking day...
-tracy (sick of all these damn flames)

new address: salray1@webtv.net
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subject:      5 songs that make the mood

five songs that make me sad =(

ghost
language or the kiss
winthrop
fare thee well
southland in the springtime (it makes me depressed because i wish i was back
down in virginia instead of up here in new england.  *sigh*  )


five songs that make me happy =)

closer to fine (happy memories)
least complicated
uncle john's band (their cover)
tangled up in blue (")
strange fire

five songs that make me want to dance/and or give me that cool little feeling
in my stomach 8~)

i don't wanna know
get out the map
world falls
pushin the needle
touch me fall

my favorite song of all

center stage

you know, in my six months or whatever on this list, no one has ever
mentioned that song, but i just love it.  i don't know why; the lyrics aren't
even really part of it.  just musicaly pulls together for me.  oh well . . .

-elizabeth

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on sat, 26 apr 1997 11:10:35 -0700 carebear <shafer@kingsnet.com> writes:

>i just discovered there is a station where i live that broadcasts
>modern
>rock live as well... have i already missed the blessed event?

hi all,

lots of folks have asked me for this info, so i figured i'd post it to
the whole list.

ig will be on mrl this sunday (april 27) at 10:30 pm eastern daylight
time.  i told a few folks est. sorry, i forgot we're on daylight savings
time now.  anyway, for those of you who may have deleted the list of
affiliates that some kind soul posted yesterday, i still have it and will
be happy to forward it to you.  have fun!

tuesday's child

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subject:      please!  enough already!

i don't read my e-mail for 2 days, finally get to it and i am blasted
with these stupid poul posts.  as a member of this list i ask (beg, plea)
that everyone just let this issue drop.  if you see a post by him delete
it.  if you feel the need to flame him, do it privately.  he may very
well be king of the idiots, but making him a celebrity only makes the
situation worse.  you can't fight fire with fire, so let's try peace.


jeremy

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every month, our newspaper includes an insert of <italic>u.</italic>,
the national college magazine. there was a short review, which i am
reprinting without permission, of sots.

"amy ray and emily saliers deliver yet another guitar-frenzied,
country-folk project embedded in sexual ambiguity. despite an abundance
of fast pieces, the duo doesn't forsake any of the lyrical
introspection or pristine harmonies. one step "closer to fine."


besides just sounding stupid, what the hell does "embedded in sexual
ambiguity!" the magazine is terrible to begin with, but this just puts
it over the top.


  peace-

sari

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it.

                -armistead maupin

sari laufer

northwestern university

s-laufer@nwu.edu

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subject:      igc!!!!  real igc!!!!!!  please read  :)

1)  i'm doing a biography of emily for an english comp class.  does anybody
know where she was born (city & state) please?

2) audrey beth stein gave me a great idea and i'm going to build a website
for our island.  if anyone has any island posts archived - anything at all -
can you please take a minute and forward them to me at monstachic@aol.com
please!  :)

3) does anybody have the correct lyrics to "never stop" from the ep & more?
i'm confused on the following lines:  "she's a beguiling snake and she keeps
what she takes but when she leaves you ___?______"   and also on "why do you
make yourself so available ____?____  but i can be reasonable"  if anyone
knows what to fill in the blanks with could ya tell me?  thanks  :)

4) forget the flames y'all.  i'd rather talk about bootlegs and whether or
not ig are coming to pensacola fl on this tour - does anybody know the answer
to that question?

peace, harmony & indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (emilyamy@aol.com)
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hi y'all!

as i turned on my radio this morning, i was awakened by none other than
soy!  yipee!  but wait, there's more!  then the 99x dj came on and said
that the ig's new cut off the sots album had just made its debut at # _16_
!!! (i was listening to a popular atlanta radio station's cd countdown
program.)

:-d  erin

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i'm sorry!  i meant to include this in the last post & forgot.

to all those who wrote asking for the msg/study hall boot, and i told you i
didn't have it yet:

i have it now!!!!!!!  email me for details

peace, harmony & indigo,

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finally, there is a god!  yeahhhh!!! i"m so happy! jen :)

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subject:      ig emotions - top 5 (some igc)

       god, i will try to do this but there are only a few ig songs that make
me feel simply happy or sad. keep in mind that these songs may or may not be
my favorites.the beauty of ig songs is that each one gives me a different
feeling and brings out  an emotion that i usually wouldn't have the
oppurtunity to experience. hehe...that sounded like a bs english class essay.
but i swear to god it's true!!!

top 5 ig songs that make me feel happy and/or inspired
1)closer to fine
2)watershed
3)least complicated
4)power of two
5)galileo

top 5 ig songs that make me feel sad
1)ghost
2)blood and fire
3)you left it up to me
4)left me a fool
5)hey jesus

    (it looks like strange fire was a pretty depressing album)

(nigc)

5 movies
1)fried green tomatoes
2)boys on the side
3)harold and maude
4)stand by me
5)labrynth

5 books
1)even cowgirls get the blues (tom robbins)
2)my point-and i do have one (ellen degeneres)
3)the complete works of amy lowell
4)selected poems (dylan thomas)
5)superfudge-tales of a fourth grade nothing (judy bloom)

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top 5 ig songs that make me happy:

1. jonas and ezekial (i don't know why this makes me happy, but it does)
2. chickenman
3. least complicated
4. joking
5. closer to fine

top 5 that make me depressed (but in a good way):

1. you left it up to me
2. blood and fire
3. pushing the needle too far
4. love's recovery
5. river (even though it's a cover)

alyssa

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can people *please* stop using the html mail thing when sending posts to
the list?   i think there is only one mailer which recognises it, namely
mozilla, and those of us who use pine (which is probably quite a few)
can't see the message at all unless they save it and exit the mailer.   is
there any way you can turn it off?

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subject:      top 5 song feelings...and books

sad songs...
1) love's recovery
2) ghost
3)language or the kiss
4)left me a fool
5)fare thee well

happy songs...
1) southland in the springtime
2) closer to fine
3)nashville (it's odd but it does)
4) least complicated -off 1200 curfews- i love the "na na nana nana na" part
5)power of two

books on an island:
1) the anne series (i know that this is 8 or so books)
2) the little prince!!!!
3)the great gatsby
4) jacob have i loved
5) something that i haven't read that is really long i want to read the eight
-a friend suggested it.  if i was stuck on an island i would want to read
something new

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one correction to the list.  the libra branch address is a little
different:
salray1@webtv.net

thanks and enjoy,
donna

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subject:      chastain tickets and a top 5

ok, since i now have tickets to two indigo girls concerts in a 2 day time
span the weekend before my graduation and my lpg ( a senior ap huge project
presentation thing) , i am going to attempt to part with my may 24th tickets
in atlanta.

ticket location:
this is me:
>  they told me at ticket master that my tickets are row r "orchestra"  i
have
> two that over the phone cost me 65$.  i'm not too sure if i want to sell
them
> yet.  i would be interested in knowing where they are though.  there were
> three diff. price catagories and these were the highest-$26.

this is the kind person who responded to me:
hm, well, chastain is set up with tables in what would normally be
called the orchestra "pit".  then behind that on all three sides are about
7 more rows of tables.  behind that is the "terrace" which i guess is what
they're calling the "orchestra".  row r is the fifth row back from the
last row of tables.  depending on the seat numbers, you could still be in
row r and be on the right, the left, or the center.  for instance, if
you're on the extreme right or left in row r, you'd be substantially
closer than if you were in the center of row r because of how sharply the
rows curve around.  there should be a seating chart for chastain on the
ticketmaster site if you want to take a look.  the only problem with that
chart is that it doesn't show actual location of tables, but since it
doesn't appear that you have a table, it should be okay for your
purposes...


if anyone is interested in my tickets i really should sell them.  please
email me.

thank you,
jennifer

5 films
1.  when harry met sally!!!!!
2. disney's beauty and the beast
3&4. the anne of green gables series (both)
5.?

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date:         sat, 26 apr 1997 19:02:27 pdt
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subject:      ahh....a new top 5 thread

     i think these are so fun.  :-)

top 5 that make me feel sad :-(
1.  river    (sung by emily by joni mitchel on 1200 curfews)
2.  love's recovery
3.  pushing the needle too far
4.  ghost
5.  fare thee well

top 5 that make me feel happy :-)
1.  shame on you
2.  get out the map
3.  the wood song
4.  reunion
5.  chickenman

had this been asked before i got the hofstra boot 1 & 2 for happy songs would have
been closer to fine and joking.
only three more days till sots!!!!!!!!!

fellow list member,
heather

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subject:      xtra tickets, 6/2/97, l.a., ca

my sister can't go and i don't have a date.  i have three extra tickets.  buy
my tickets and/or be my date?!  email wendygirll@aol.com.

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i'm looking for someone to help me out. i keep hearing all these nice
things about the las cruces boot. however, my copy contains some serious
problems on the left channel: the level was too high for the deck that made
my copy, and it's full of distortion and crunching of various kinds.

i'm hoping that this isn't a problem with everybody's copy, and that i can
work out a way to get a tape of this excellent boot that's clear on both
sides. no more listening in mono!

if some kind volunteer would email me (please) i would be thankful.

tony
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this is a random post...

but does anyone else want to cry after hearing "winthrop"???


*sniffle*

have a great saturday night all!
:)

t

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in a message dated 97-04-24 18:46:13 edt, deng@vnet.ibm.com writes:

<< * where is the strangest place you've heard an ig song? >>
the 1996 winter guard international championships...some colorguard did an
imo awful show using chickenman.  from the colorguard aspect it wasn't
technically bad, but there was a western kinda theme (cowboy boot etc) going.
  for some reason they had a lot of neon orange in there uni's and equipment,
and the preformers' hair was really big.  the whole thing looked like a
mockery.  it hurt to watch.

west of bishes
shana (jak)

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okay.....

happy songs:
joking
the wood song
closer to fine
airplane
watershed/hammer and nail

sad songs:
ghost
history of us
left me a fool
blood & fire
keeper of my heart

top 5 albums:
1200 curfews
the end of innocence (don henley)
the whole story (kate bush)
dreamgirls original soundtrack
state of the heart (mary-chapin carpenter)

books:
the joy luck club (amy tan)
killers of the dream (lillian smith)
the bluest eye (toni morrison)
the blue body (alice walker's complete poetry)
the complete stories (flannery o'connor)

hey pam!!!!


-rich (sbmfc charter member & official mentor)
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subject:      top 5 happy/sad

for me its:

happy

world falls
hammer and a nail (or as they'd say after playing these two in
sequence - two happy songs in a row may spoil our reputation
it's all right
shame on you
chickenman (i can't possibly explain this one - i'm weird)

sad

ghost
pushing the needle too far
hey jesus
dead man's hill
river

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sorry to interrupt the groups of five...*grin*...but i really need a list of all the upcoming tv appearances in one place, so i don't lose them.  can someone mail me and let me know?  you could probably even post it to the list...it's full o' igc.  *smile*  thank you so much.  take care.

jennifer w.

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subject:      daemon question and chastain brag....

hey all!
went to rainy day today and bought a daemon records t-shirt.
on the back it says "feral".  call me dumb, but what does this mean?
also, what is the meaning behind the daemon logo?

got my tix for third show at chastain...... i believe i will be sitting at
the front table with 5 of my dearest friends!

it is a happy day!
~~robin

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subject:      please chicago dates!!!/top5

can anybody tell me why no tour dates near chicago???  i want to cry...

anyway,  my top 5

cd's
indigo girls - ig
melissa etheridge - me
new beginnings - tracy chapman
joan armatrading - ja
joe dirt car - bodeans

books
the 21 balloons - william pene dubois
in these girls, hope is a muscle - madeleine blais
coffee will make you balck - april sinclair
beloved - toni morrison
the handmaids tale- margaret atwood

happy ig songs
hand me downs
crazy game
closer to fine
power of two
love will come to you

sad ig songs
hand me downs
cedar tree
ghost
you and me of the 10000 wars
prince of darkness

yes, i know hand me downs is on both lists.  this is not a mistake.

aileen

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susan:
       so sorry for that seemingly waste of bandwith! :)  i was so excited
about getting on the guest list for the 99x gi live x tomorrow that i
accidently hit send!  if you had read the rest of the post that went with
that, you would have seen that i did have a couple ig related questions.


     susu

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anyone know of dates in eastern washington? i'd look it up on the web
page, but i seem to have accidentally nuked my ppp connection. oops.

my top 5...

cds

rites of passage - ig
les miserables soundtrack
abbey road - beatles
greatest hits - james taylor
anam - clannad

books

the little prince - antoin st.exupery (i can never spell his name right)
dragonriders of pern - mccaffrey
intensity - dean koontz
mists of avalon - marion zimmer bradley
handmaid's tale - margaret atwood

happy ig songs

closer to fine
watershed
world falls
reunion
love will come to you

sad ig songs

ghost
language or the kiss
chiapas bound
leeds
kid fears


just my few pennies. :)

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everything is in order of importance.

top 5 happy ig songs:

1. never stop
2. get out the map
3. land of canaan and airplane (definite tie)
4. closer to fine (any live version of it)
5. watershed and least complicated (could not decide between the two)

top 5 sad ig songs:

1. girl with the weight of the world in her hands
2. winthrop
3. this train (revised)
4. fare thee well
5. chickenman (this song always depresses me. don't ask me why)

top 5 books

1. the sound and the fury - william faulkner
2. the complete stories - flannery o'connor
3. all the king's men - robert penn warren
4. green eggs and ham - dr. seuss
5. all of lewisohn's beatles books

top 5 albums (my list has changed slightly)

1. wild life - paul mccartney
2. shaming of the sun - ig
3. 1200 curfews - ig
4. ram - paul mccartney
5. diamonds and rust - joan baez
6. blue - joni mitchell

i'm sneaking in blue because i can't live without it ;)


jendy

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