lifeblood: listlogs: 1997-06b


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date:         sat, 7 jun 1997 23:52:06 -0500
reply-to:     deborah alexander/jmc2000 <alexand6@jeflin.tju.edu>
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subject:      barefoot performers (sigc really...)
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well, glen phillips of toad the wet sprocket _always_ performs barefoot.
and what's cute is that there's this bit of rug they drag around with him
that he always stands on.  it's like he feels at home on it or
something...  maybe amy's following glen's trendsetting barefootedness (is
that a word?)

deb the happy indigeek (&toadstool!)

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date:         sun, 8 jun 1997 00:38:57 -0400
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hello all!

    just wanted to add a quick comment about the "why was amy playing
barefoot" thread, here.

    i figured most of y'all were aware that cooper seay from viva la
diva always plays barefoot (i have seen her once, wear boots, but she
pretty much goes barefoot).

    think about this, someone mentioned amy is also barefoot in the soy
video... i believe she took those shoes off right before they played
that in the concert too... maybe someone could verify if that's right or
not?

    lisa (hi hon!), barb, and i were all freaking out trying to decide
why she decided to go barefoot... and we all agreed too that amy was
just so cute when she did that smirky-thing during soy!

    just my observation!  (hello becca, if you're out there!) :-)

      twink!

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date:         sun, 8 jun 1997 00:43:20 -0400
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subject:      pay per view... anyone else notice....?

i was re-watching my tape of ppv last night (i don't have dubbing facilities,
before anyone asks.....) and here's my question:

did anyone else notice that spot on amy's black guitar with absolutely *no*
finish on it????  good god, what could have happened to that thing????

peace, harmony & indigo,

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date:         sat, 7 jun 1997 22:34:26 -0700
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now that the pay per view dust is settling, i have a few questions for
anyone who knows. ( answer me privately, and i'll post the answers back to
the list if anyone else cares)

- what time did the actual concert start?

- did a & e actually sing first in concert, or did the opening acts open?

- did they stop the concert in parts for the taping or did they go right
through?

- did they play the video things at the concert?

for anyone who heard the concert on the web -

- how did you do it?  did you use the www.station.sony/siren  url? (all i
got was a page saying the page i requested didn't exist and that i should
check the referring page... which was their own damn page.)

- did they just play the audio of the show or was there video too?

- did anyone see a "chat" with a & e on the net?  i can't find anything.

thanks, i'm just completely confused and also sort of amused and
frustrated to think i managed to miss this concert in four different ways.

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date:         sun, 8 jun 1997 02:02:06 -0400
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> to: alisont@netcom.com
>
> >
> > - what time did the actual concert start?
>
> 9 pm est
>
> >
> > - did a & e actually sing first in concert, or did the opening acts open?
>
> opening acts opened, then they re-played an earlier taping
> of them after the show
> >
> > - did they stop the concert in parts for the taping or did they go right
> > through?
>
> right through!! (i was at the concert, then we just finiahed
> watching the tape tonite :)  )
>
> >
> > - did they play the video things at the concert?
>
> yes, after danielle, the ulali they did the videos
>
>
> hope this helps you
> anj

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date:         sun, 8 jun 1997 02:06:45 -0400
reply-to:     andi <ablipman@sas.upenn.edu>
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my friend just called me, all excited, b/c she just got back from the
saratoga springs (i think that's what it's called...i could be wrong...it's
in the adiorandacks) show.  she bought tickets tonight & still got seats.
after the show, she went up to the front & got a set list & a pick from
sulli.  (she knew who sulli was & how to get stuff at the end of shows b/c
she went to the pnc show w/ me! :)  anyway, here's the set list, which is
amazingly similar to the pnc show:

tried to be true
get out the map
don't give that girl a gun
it's alright
three hits
you and me of the 10,000 wars
shame on you
burn all the letters *
scooter boys (with chickenman verse in the middle like at msg)
power of two
caramia
chiapas bound (i am so jealous!  i would have died to have heard this!)
leeds *
shed your skin *
least complicated
everything in its own time
cut it out
galileo

encore:
hey kind friend
closer to fine

* = with ulali

she said it was a great show, but since i wasn't there, i don't have any
fun & random comments.

about the soy video, i watched it a few times & noticed some interesting
things.  amy is writing a letter (in english) to tanner at the beginning.
when they show the letter again, it's in spanish.  at one point, they show
emily playing the electric guitar, but it's before she switches from banjo
to electric guitar.  i love how they show sulli helping emily change from
banjo to electric guitar!  i love the dancers!  overall, it's a cool video!

after looking at the ny times article picture from msg, i realized that amy
was wearing the shirt w/ the diamonds, not the ovals.  they're very similar
though!

andi

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date:         sun, 8 jun 1997 02:35:51 -0400
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subject:      re: barefoot performers (sigc really...)

in a message dated 97-06-08 00:37:07 edt, you write:

<< maybe amy's following glen's trendsetting barefootedness >>


                                  back about the time of the last ice age
there was a talented little southern band called lynard skynard.......their
lead singer was the late ronnie van zant......he always took to the stage
barefoot........he said , "i go out there barefoot 'cause i love to feel the
stage burn....."  well, it certainly burned everytime i saw him on it.......i
miss those guys.......

                                      older and colder,
                                              brian

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date:         sun, 8 jun 1997 02:47:05 -0400
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from:         lisa dupre <memememi@aol.com>
subject:      ppv copies

hello everyone,

i got a great copy of the ppv, and would be happy to make copies for some
people!   i am most grateful to the people here for helping me with my recent
quest, and would like to help in this.  =)  i started to write everyone
individually, but there were quite a few, and thought this would be a faster
way =)

did anyone get the radio broadcast?  i'd love to get that too, unfortunately
it wasn't carried in atlanta.  go figure =p

if you're interested in the ppv, please email me at memememi@aol.com.
=)
lisa

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date:         sun, 8 jun 1997 03:23:19 -0400
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from:         anjeanette milner <boilrmkr@bu.edu>
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well after watching the whole thing twice
we decided to set the vcr on slow to view the banner et al
see romeoandjuliet, audrey beth's rubber duckie, was attached to
my wrist for the show.. and there s/he is!!! all happy and
hangin' at the show!! (scary thing was it took some convincing
to make me think that was me on tv... ) anywhooooo it was great
to watch it over and over again.. poor amy and her ripped fingernail
go get that girl some bandages!!!

gnite all.. bed calls :o}
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date:         sun, 8 jun 1997 17:49:05 +1000
reply-to:     sandy indlekofer-o'sullivan <sandy@uow.edu.au>
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i'd just like to say thanks to everyone who has been posting/hosting
reviews,
video clips, sound files and photos of the girls in concert. i have no idea
when or if they will play in australia again, and this has given me a real
insight into their performance style and the funness of being able to see
the girls in person.

thanks

regards,
sandy

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date:         sun, 8 jun 1997 01:03:54 -0700
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hey y'all

need reserved tix for berkeley!!!!

i know that many of us were unable to get them, but here's my dilema.
we will not get into town until late on saturday and would be very
dissapointed with the general admission seats we could get arriving so
late.  so if anyone ends up with extra's please think of us.  thanks!

mel and julie(who did get through to bass at 10am the day tickets went
onsale and got hung up on!!!!!)  yes, we were devastated!     peace

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date:         sun, 8 jun 1997 08:43:47 -0400
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subject:      more random ppv thoughts.....

loved amy's bare feet.....my friend who watched the
did anyone think it was awful weird when amy broke 2 strings in less than a
minute during dgtgag?  must be weak strings......

i loooove the electric guitar, the red one with the little white lnes and
what looks like a gold k-swiss symbol on it.......i want it.....my best
friend since 7th grade watched the concert with me (she plays violin) and she
said if i buy her the black electric violin that one girl (forgot her name)
was using, for christmas, then she will buy me the red electric guitar!!!
hehehe (don't think that was a gramatically sound paragraph but you get the
gist...)

can i just say i don't like ulali live?  personal opinion, they were ok on
the album (great in sys, they added to it, and all right on batl, but i could
do without them on leeds) but on the album their voices were *muted* and kept
in the background.  they are so loud that in some places like in sys, they
drowned amy out, especially like on the "hey holy console me" line which i
seriously love and really get into.  i didn't like that.  not only that, but
i don't like to listen to music when i don't understand the words, and
there's no way i'll understand what they are singing!  if there are any words
involved, they're all in another language!  all i'm saying is, it's not my
style an i didn't pay $15 to cox cable with the intentions of watching ulali
holler.  c'est la vie.  i'm sorry if that sounds insensitive or rude or
whatever, it's just my opinion.  i also didn't care much for danielle howle,
but at least she was singing english.

i was, however, very impressed with michelle malone!  i like her voice and
obviously if she co wrote "i dont wanna know", she's got some kind of talent.
anybody know where her stuff's available?  daemon????

i personally was very happy to see some older stuff, and did notice that they
played the entire album except for cut it out, which i thought was kinda lame
when they could have tossed in a few olders like tried to be true, land of
canaan, whatever..... "old favorites" as it were.......  i was kind of
disappointed not to see the famous "banter sessions" they had almost nothing
to say to each other at all, and the only time there was really anything was
when amy and the audience had their "little talk" about ignoring the cameras
(grin).

i still wanna know who got the pick.  i know you're out there!!!!!  speak up!
(grin).

ok.  i'm done.

peace, harmony & indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygoopg@aol.com)
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(audience member) emily!!!  paint the world on fire!!!!!
(amy) come on emily, paint the world on fire!
(am) when's the last time you said that?
(emily) at the cotton club.  that's the _only_ time i ever said it!
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date:         sun, 8 jun 1997 10:50:23 -0400
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from:         kerry franklin <grlchasr26@aol.com>
subject:      re: igc: the indiscreet mrs. jarvis
x-to:         kla@aloha.net

hello. i also email cdnow and got the same response. i work in a video store,
so the other day i looked up the part number and called both my
distributors...i was told by both that the title is a film from the 50's. it
seems there has been some type of mistake at cdnow....guess since the film
begins with "indi", it somehow ended up with ig merchandise. i emailed cdnow
again, to make them aware of this, but guess they haven't gotten around to
fixing it yet.
           kf

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date:         sun, 8 jun 1997 11:12:22 -0400
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from:         "chelle sunderland.  user." <sistagrove@aol.com>
subject:      re: great news, great woods

kristina wrote:
> oh wow, you'll never believe this. i just received in the mail today a
> flyer from the ig fan club saying there is going to be an ig ppv special on
> june 6th! starts at 9pm, call your local cable companies.

> oh wait. today is june 7th. wahhhhh.

it's funny isn't it? i just got an e-mail from epic and they told me about
the ppv two days late!! punctual sorts ain't they?
                                  chelle {o}---:::

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date:         sun, 8 jun 1997 11:32:12 edt
reply-to:     kirsten chevalier <kirsten@spike.wellesley.edu>
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from:         kirsten chevalier <kirsten@spike.wellesley.edu>
subject:      more on the gw boot

i've been swamped with requests for this boot, and am forced to limit myself
to dubbing for only the first 11 people who emailed me. if you are one of those
people, you should already have received email from me. if not, watch for the
tape tree that liz turcotte should be posting soon--you can still get a copy
that way.
kirsten

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date:         sun, 8 jun 1997 10:43:02 -0700
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     hey,

  i was thinking, all of you say this happened in soy, right?
what if it has something to do with the words in the song.
"go down to the riverside take off our shoes wash these sins away"
any comments, or suggestions?

     live,love,& dream

        'red rebel' burnett

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date:         sun, 8 jun 1997 09:16:41 -0700
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subject:      jeramiah dooley
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miah, if you are out there - or if anyone knows where he is - please
respond to this urgent plea for contact.

other listees - any ideas about what to do when a branch of a boot tree
disappears with several tapes from other listees?

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date:         sun, 8 jun 1997 11:25:31 -0500
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subject:      re: barefoot performers (sigc really...)

one of my favorite barefoot performers is patti smith (who i connect
very strongly with amy - but that's another thread).  she will start
most shows in shoes, then very theatrically remove them during (of
course) dancing barefoot.  the two times i've seen her (1978 and 1995)
she then completed the show unshod.

hugh barroll

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date:         sun, 8 jun 1997 12:33:24 -0400
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subject:      re: ppv thoughts

in a message dated 97-06-08 08:57:25 edt, you write:

<< was jerry marotta wearing a skirt? >>

in true indigo girl fashion.

:)
claire

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date:         sun, 8 jun 1997 12:36:07 -0400
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from:         kira stackhouse <crandigo1@aol.com>
subject:      re: another ppv plea

hi,
     i was unable to tape the girls on friday because my cable company wasn't
showing it.  i was really bummed.  so if anyone is willing, i will gladly
send a tape and a self addressed stamped envelope to whoever will make a copy
for me.  thanks.

kira.

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date:         sun, 8 jun 1997 12:49:24 -0400
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subject:      re: more random ppv thoughts.....

in a message dated 97-06-08 09:08:18 edt, tigger writes:

<<  i didn't like that.  not only that, but
i don't like to listen to music when i don't understand the words, and
there's no way i'll understand what they are singing!  if there are any
words
involved, they're all in another language!   >>

hmmm.... i am always amazed at how the feeling comes through in music
whether or not i understand the language or not....
on the short list :
carmina burana
tosca
beethoven's 9th (ode to joy)
ave maria
aguas de marco
nach chi' (ulali)
music of hildegarde von bingen ...and on and on

you get the point, i'm sure. give it some time tigger, i just know
you will change your mind some day soon.
one of the truly magical things about music and art in general,
is the way it transcends language and cultural barriers and
embodies universal truths.

:)
claire
"there'll be trains of blossoms ... there'll be trains of music ...
                             there'll be music ... "
laura nyro

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date:         sun, 8 jun 1997 10:01:08 pdt
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subject:      re: amy with no shoes
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>     hey,
>
>  i was thinking, all of you say this happened in soy, right?
>what if it has something to do with the words in the song.
>"go down to the riverside take off our shoes wash these sins away"
>any comments, or suggestions?
>

everyone says that it happened during soy during the show, but i am 99%
sure that she still was wearing shoes then. she took them off before
"shed your skin". i am going to my tape to make sure, but i am pretty
positive it was sys not soy when she took 'em off.

becca


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i apologize if this has been covered, but i had to delete about 75
digests from my in box.

anyway...if anyone booted the 5/25 chastain concert and would be willing
to trade for other boots or blanks...please e-mail me! i had a friend
attend it with me from england (his first ig concert!) and he'd really
like a boot of it.

now that i'm outta school, hopefully i can get back into reading the
list and be active on it!

(: shanna :)


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tigger wrote:
>>i was, however, very impressed with michelle malone!  i like her voice
and
obviously if she co wrote "i dont wanna know", she's got some kind of
talent.
anybody know where her stuff's available?  daemon????
>>

yes!! :)
i know this question is probably asked a million times, but whoever knows
more info on mm, please post it to the list. i already have some of her
stuff on random mixes but what album would any mm expert recommend? also-do
we order through rdr? she's got a new album coming out in july, right?

inquiring minds want to know! :)
thanks-
therese

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ok.. i am a bit post happy...
but i have some of the answers to this question
audrey beth might post the rest later (phone number, etc)
but the url and addy i have is this:

http://www.hidwater.com/bds/bdshome.html

po box 3092, decater, ga 30031

now i highly recommend "for you not them"
and at tt the bears on thursday she promised
she'd have the new album out this july...
but audrey talked to her more than me...

cya anj
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ok, i am *attempting* to do some lift chords. it's been 2 days since i
bought the cd, so i'm sorry it took so me so long. they are most likely
all wrong, but i think i'm in the same ballpark (lift just has better
seats than i do)

        let us be
1997 words by molly bancroft

asus                           d9
there it is, it's  only an empty frame
no face inside
just cases for entities that seem to hide
i want to fill it in but there is nothing there
for me to give
but words that are meaningless

i hear another knock on the bedroom door
i'm sorry that i've been so difficult
to figure out
they slap me up so i don't know why i should care
about what they think
so give me some tenderness, baby


e                                d9
why won't they let us be?
why won't they let us be?
why won't they let us be?
why won't they let us be? yeah

asus  002200
d9      000230
e       022100

stay with asus, d9 throughout the verses, only changing to e, d9 for the
"why won't they let us beee..." part. there might be some b's peeking in
here and there. i can't hear chords very well, so i'm just guessing.

        in summertime...
1997 words by molly bancroft

high e string:  9-----------5-----------9----------5

intro:  d  e7  asus/d  d9/d

d9                    e7/d
in summertime
                a/d
when the moon is full and the
d9/d                 d9
perfume air surrounds
      e7/d
my memory
       a/d
of a childhood dream
           d9/d             d9         e7/d   a/d     d9/d
of the way i used to be

(same chords for next verse)

fourth of july
when the sparks flew high
and your hand held mine
you say
there'll come a time
when the mood feels right
                  (hold this d9/d for a while)
when our love is all we

d9
need
          e7/d                     a/d
you'll give me mountains
      d9/d                                  d9
but what if all the promises aren't there?
e7/d
forgive me
a/d
i don't care
            d9/d
'cause i believe in miracles
       d9         e7
and i can see
       a/d       d9/d
the way we are
d9         e7/d    a/d   d9/d
today

(same chords for this verse)

in summertime
i can close my eyes
let the wind blow on my face
it's like a dream
and i'm finally in the place i want to be

you'll give me mountains
but what if all the promises aren't there
forgive me
i don't care
'cause i believe in miracles
'cause i can see the way we are today

strange guitar part: (totally wrong, but somewhere near, i think) begin as
she sings "today..."

000230
000450
000670
000teh

repeat

(t=tenth fret  e=eleventh fret  h=thirteenth fret)

chords i use: (capo 2, by the way)

d 000232
e7 020200
asus/d 002202
d9/d  200230
d9  000230
e7/d 020202
a/d  000220

as she's singing "i.....can see.....the way...we are..."  you could just
play the bass notes for the chords. i don't think she plays anything when
she's singing that, but i have to to keep myself with the rhythm.


        sorry doesn't say
1997 words by molly bancroft

e  022100
asus 0002200

sounds like these two chords the whole time. might have some b's mixed in,
i can't tell.

like children wanting candy
you wait for me to say
that it's alright, no one's watching
you can eat your life away

and sorry doesn't say that you made a mistake
and sorry doesn't say that you didn't want the cake

and many times you look to
someone else to be complete
when you're empty and you're searching
and you don't know what you need

and spirits just can't save
a beggar who waits
for a mouthful of the sweet
for an easy oven recipe

sorry doesn't say that you made a mistake
and sorry doesn't say that you didn't want the cake


*whew!* that's all i know. molly, julie, simone or david...if you guys
read this, please don't yell too loud at me for posting the wrong chords.
=  )  i tried to get them as accurate as i could. and anyone else....if
ya'll have the right chords, can you send them along to me? thanks. = )

-liz-

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just a note...
amy takes off her shoes during alot of the concerts and public
showings....as for why....????? i have my theories but i'll keep them to
myself...
bjs

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michelle malone has a new url:

http://www.hidwater.com/mm/mmhome.html

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hey all,

this one comes from scooter boys.  i thought the line was "the pottery
eatin' poetry, it is great..."  my partner thought the line was "the
pottery and poetry, it is great..."  we were both very wrong...  as ya'll
know it is "zapata reading poetry in his grave..."  much more sensical
than what i heard...  silly me.  peace, melissa

-find myself becoming more immobile, when i think a little girl in the
world can't do anything -e.s.

-got to learn to respect what we don't understand -a.r.

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oh man. i thought it was "the potter eating poetry in his grave." that's
what i've been singing all this time. i didn't check the lyrics because i
was certain that those were the lines. geeeeez. guess that's why they
include the lyrics....

jendy (reading the sots lyrics on the way out the door)

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hey.

to those of you who have received the latest mailing from the fan club,
is the sots songbook available yet?  i have figured out the chords to
most of the new songs on my own (to the best of my ability), but i
always like to buy the songbooks as well.  thanks.

take it easy...

carrie

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http://www.hidwater.com/mm
is michelle malone's web site.  it's got tour info, some reviews (not
real current, last i checked, but still interesting for the historical
stuff), soundclips, and order info.

you can also order stuff direct:
p.o. box 3092 decatur, ga 30031
($15 for all cds)

and some of it is available from daemon
http://www.monsterbit.com/daemon

(i'm sure rdr has stuff too, but i haven't looked)

her cds include
redemption dream  (w/ band de soleil)
new experience
for you not them
xmas in the attic
(all available now)

beneath the devil moon
(coming out in july)

harder-to-find/afford stuff includes
relentless (w/ drag the river -- out of print, but i found it in a used
cd place)
strange bird: the authorized bootleg  (sarah, do you know the latest
scoop on this??)
bird on fire (w/ band de soleil, being auctioned to raise money for a
leukemia research group i believe....maggie, maybe you want to repost
about that??)

i *think* that's it.  i've *heard* all of what's listed except the xmas
one...recommend them all....i'll have to agree with anj that for you not
them is pretty incredible, and that is the one that michelle herself
suggested that anj start off with, but we all do change our minds....get
'em all i say <*grin*>   i also love strange bird, but for different
reasons.  wish i could give y'all some more insightful comments but i'm
still kind of awed whenever i hear her music or watch her onstage.  my
words just can't do her justice, and if you haven't heard her solo yet
you're missing out.

later,
audrey

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as a huge michelle malone fan, i'm hoping to shed some light on the subject
for those interested. the web address that has already been mentioned is
incredible. i've seen her perform twice with the girls- and i have one boot
with her "wild horses" solo, that i'd be more than happy to copy. she's
playing alone twice at the end of june in nyc. the first date is june 22,
at ny pride (where exactly i don't know), and the second date is june 23,
at a great small club called the fez. i'm not quite sure how to get tickets
to fez, but if anyone does know i'd love the info.

take care all,
jenn bubka
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no, it was entirely a being glad,..."
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hey ya'll,
thanks to rachel and chris for posting info on the soy video.  i haven't
seen it yet.  its awesome that they have a marcos statement at the end.  he
is amazingly poetic (not to mention difficult to translate).  i have a
couple of comments on the translation.  where it says "todos los pueblos y
sus lenguas"  i think i'd go with "all of the peoples and their languages."
in the next part - "todos los pasos la caminen . . ."  i'd go with
something like "where everyone can walk their own path, where everyine
laughs, and where all are awakened."  hmm... i still don't think that gets
it.  anyone else?

lisa m.

>
>"nuestra lucha es por la tierra, hablando en su corazon indio, la patria
>sigue digna y con memoria, la patria que construimos es una donde quepan
>todos los pueblos y sus lenguas, que todos los pasos la caminen, que todos la
>rian [?] que la amanezcan todos.  aqui estamos, no nos perdimos.  zapata
>vive, y al pesar de todo, la lucha sigue."  subcomandante insurgente marcos
>
>"our fight is for the land, speaking in its indian heart, the homeland that
>we've constructed is one where all towns and languages have a place, where
>everyone can walk, laugh, and awake to.  we are here, we are not lost.
> zapata lives and in spite of everything, the fight continues."
>
>i hope this makes some sense!  it's late but we're still smiling :)
>
>banjo dancin'
>rachel & chris :))
>

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i bought the bumper sticker, and a hat at the great woods show. i think the
new sticker is awesome. it's fairly simple with purple writing in 2 shades
on a white background. all it says is "indigo girls" just as it is printed
on the new album.

and the hat is of excellent quality, with the same "indigo girls" on the
front in white. it has the regular plastic thing in the back, with "shaming
of the sun" written above it in a deep yellow. the hat itself is a mossy/
olive green color- and i can already tell that i will be wering it for
years to come!

in peace,
jenn bubka
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implied continuation, and it wasn't
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no, it was entirely a being glad,..."
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i'm going to attempt to do this weekend justice....

first of all gw was awesome.  it wasn't the best i've seen but there was
still great energy coming from the girls.  i was shocked to hear secure
yourself as an opener, but loved it!!  but i'm sure there have already
been enough gw posts.  the badass tailgate was so fun and a big
success....great to meet you joni, karen, chris, everyone.....

secondly, i want to thank anj and audrey for the gracious use of floor
space, food and friendship!  if any of y'all ever get a chance to hang
out with either of these guys, do it!  they're great women!  "wow, you're
audrey, i've been reading your posts and saying how i wanted to meet
you!!"~me    "maybe i'm crazy, but i think amy ray is better than silly
pet tricks..."~me....again

thirdly,  i would just like to say....thank you to the whole list.  the
conversations here are great, the concert + ticket info is great, but the
people are absolutely wonderful.  even after using the delete key to wade
through numerous flames this past year, i must say that this list is one
of the best and most constant things in my life!!  thanks y'all.

love,

jess

oh, and as and addendum.....now that i have acquired boots and have been
on for a year, i'm finally coming out of my shell and out of habitual
lurkdom.  i've decided that i want someone to say to me someday "wow,
you're jess, i've been reading your posts and saying how i wanted to meet
you!!"  so....look out indigo-girls@netspace.org....here i come!!

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i have a huge problem.  my school account is maxed out from going to gw
this weekend and not checking regularly to the point where i can't get
into it .  i have 300 messages in my box, can't access my box and can't
delete.  to maximize my problem i can't send anything from there either.
if someone could tell me how to unsubscribe my school account from my
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subscribed here!!)  thanks y'all!

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in a message dated 97-06-08 08:55:14 edt, becks121@hotmail.com (becca redman)
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<<  the cutest thing of the evening had to be amy when she says, "when the
>beautiful ladies..."  she had this goofy smile on her face and rolled
her
>eyes.  precious!
  >>
i agree!  amy rocks my world!
-stine-

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hi all, since we are talking about michelle malone these days, i just
thought i'd see if anyone wanted to buy my "new experience" cd from me
before i go to the used cd stores around here.  it is pretty much brand
new as i've only listened to it once.  sorry, i just can't get into her.
i'm selling it for $10 including shipping and handling.

wendell

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hey ya'll,

i have a friend who went to an ani difranco concert at roseland around
april (?)
ani said that she would like to introduce the audience to two of her
friends and a+e got up on stage with her.  the crowd freaked out and
they did a kickin version of "when doves cry"!  is there any way anyone
has a boot they could tape for me?

thanx

ruthie

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hallo my favourite indigo folks!!!

i'm leaving for germany for the summer next week, and with the finals and
papers that are driving me insane, i'm signing off from the list for now.

i might not have email, but you can try to get a hold of me at
jadasbinich@rocketmail.com

see you in october when i come back!!! have a grand summer!!!

ciao ciao,
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hey; y'all !!!

i don't have to say much !!   all has been said !!   what a show !!

ppv crew all over !!!   amy was barefoot !!   emily was radiant !!
danielle howle was fun !!  ulali was inspirational !!  michelle malone
was awesome !!  all was kewl !!

we were on emily's side in section 2; row h; seats 3 & 4 !!!!  i'm from
texas; i can spit that far !!  i still cannot believe i got such great
seats over the phone !!  it was meant for me to be there !!
i loved every minute; i never left my seat for the whole show !!
everyone around me kept coming ang going; but i stayed put !!

as always; i am,
vonne

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                              "it's alright" !!
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hi everyone,

well, the update to the indigo girls faq is done.
i will be posting the three parts of the latest
version of the faq (they're big, so be prepared)
to the list in just a few minutes.  you can also
find the faq on the www at
http://www.fl.net.au/~sherlyn/ig, or via anonymous
ftp at chris becker's site,
ftp://space.mit.edu/pub/cmb/ig.  but wherever you
get your copy from, please take the time to at
least skim through the faq - you might find the
answers to questions you didn't even know you
had!

i'd like to thank deb reiser for her especial help
during this latest update.  thanks to susan and
jocelyn for the "stomp and stammer" interview as
well as the sys lyrics.  thanks too to all the
people who typed in the information that we swiped
for the faq.  yay. :)

okay, enough.  read and enjoy, folks,
sherlyn
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indigo girls: frequently asked questions
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version 3.5
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part 1 of 3
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last modified: 9 june 1997.

copyright 1997 jcsdoubled.  all rights reserved.

please retain this copyright when reproducing any part of this faq.
this document may not be distributed for financial gain.

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table of contents
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[part 1]
1. what's new in this faq
2. history / biography
3. recent indigo girls news
4. where to find information about indigo girls
5. questions about amy and emily
6. general questions about indigo girls' music

[part 2]
7. discography related questions
8. questions about album covers and titles
9. questions about songs from "strange fire"
10. questions about songs from "indigo girls"
11. questions about songs from "nomads*indians*saints"
12. questions about songs from "rites of passage"

[part 3]
13. questions about songs from "swamp ophelia"
14. questions about songs from "1200 curfews"
15. questions about songs from "shaming of the sun"
16. other song related questions
17. miscellaneous questions
18. acknowledgements


1. what's new in this faq
=========================

june 9, 1997 - reordered sections, added new information regarding
    the upcoming tour and the new album.


2. history / biography
======================

emily saliers was born in new haven, connecticut on july 22nd, 1963.
the following year, her future musical partner amy ray was born in
atlanta, on april 12th, 1964.  when emily was in sixth grade, her
family moved to decatur, georgia.  emily was enrolled in laurel ridge
elementary school where amy was attending fifth grade.  when amy and
emily were both in high school, they began playing together under the
names "saliers and ray" and "the b-band"; their first rehearsals were
for a school talent show.  later the two progressed to playing open
mike nights at local bars, despite being underage.  in 1981, the
b-band recorded a tape called "tuesday's children" in amy's basement.
the tape consisted mostly of cover songs, with an additional original
song from each of them.  in 1982 amy recorded "color me grey", a solo
tape consisting of entirely original material.

when emily graduated from high school she enrolled at tulane
university in new orleans, majoring in english.  amy moved to
nashville a year later to study english and religion at vanderbilt
university.  dissatisfied with life away at school, both emily and
amy moved back to atlanta to attend emory university in 1984, and the
two resumed playing together regularly.  in 1985 they adopted the
name "indigo girls"; amy picked the word "indigo" out of the
dictionary because she thought it sounded "cool".  that same year,
indigo girls made their recording debut with an independently
released 7" single "crazy game"/"everybody's waiting (for someone to
come home)" and a mostly-live cassette called "blue food".  at around
the same time, amy released an updated version of "color me grey",
including an early version of her song "nashville".

in 1986, indigo girls released a self-titled six-track ep which was
produced by frank french and engineered by kristen hall.  local
atlanta musicians who contributed to the record included dede vogt,
michelle malone and caroline aiken.  at around this time, amy and
emily met their future manager russell carter, who told them that he
didn't see indigo girls getting a record deal because their songs
were "immature".  nevertheless, the next year amy and emily went on
to record their first full length album "strange fire" and took
russell on as manager soon after.

indigo girls were signed to epic records in 1988.  "indigo girls",
their first major-label album, was released in february 1989.  guest
artists on the album included rem, hothouse flowers and luka bloom.
"closer to fine", the first single, peaked at #52 on the billboard
chart.  the album reached as high as #22, remained in the chart for
35 weeks, and was certified gold in september 1989.  "strange fire"
was re-released by epic in november 1989 with a rearranged track
listing.  an early version of "blood and fire" and emily's "high
horse" were dropped and the two songs were replaced by a cover of the
youngbloods' "get together".  also that year, "indigo girls" won a
grammy award in the category "best contemporary folk recording".  the
duo was also nominated for a grammy award in the category "best new
artist".

"live at the uptown lounge", a concert/interview video filmed in
athens, georgia, was released in january 1990.
"nomads*indians*saints", indigo girls' second epic album, was
released that september.  the album featured guest appearances by
mary chapin carpenter, bassist sara lee and ellen james society, an
atlanta rock band.  the first single from the album, "hammer and a
nail", was nominated for a grammy award in the category "best
contemporary folk recording".  during 1990, amy also started her own
independent record label, daemon records.

"back on the bus, y'all", an eight-song ep recorded live in concert
at notre dame university, west georgia college and the uptown lounge,
was released in june 1991 and was nominated for a grammy award in the
category "best contemporary folk album".  in december 1991,
"nomads*indians*saints" was certified gold and "indigo girls" was
certified platinum, almost three years after its release.

"rites of passage" was released in may 1992.  the album debuted at
#22 on the billboard album chart.  that september it was certified
gold after spending twelve weeks on the chart.  among the guest
artists on "rites of passage" were jackson browne, david crosby,
drummer jerry marotta and the roche sisters.

amy and emily went into the studio in november 1993 to begin
recording "swamp ophelia".  in january 1994, the soundtrack to the
movie "philadelphia" was released, including indigo girls' cover of
danny whitten's "i don't wanna talk about it".  in march indigo girls
began filming for the movie "boys on the side" which starred whoopi
goldberg, mary louise parker and drew barrymore.  "swamp ophelia",
which featured appearances by jane siberry, cellist jane scarpantoni
and amy's father larry ray, was released in may 1994.  it debuted at
#9 on the billboard album chart and six weeks later, in june, was
certified gold.  later that year, "swamp ophelia" was also nominated
for a grammy award in the category "best contemporary folk
recording".  amy and emily also took part that year in an
atlanta-based revival of andrew lloyd webber's musical "jesus christ
superstar" with emily playing mary magdalene and amy taking the part
of jesus.

the "best of" album "4.5" was released outside the us in july 1995.
in october of that year the live album "1200 curfews" was released.
the album featured choice performances selected from concert tapes by
amy and emily themselves and some rarer material such as "back
together again" from the early b-band tape.  the video compilation
"watershed" was released at the same time.   "watershed" contained
all the song videos which had been made up to that point plus
additional exclusive concert, interview and home video footage.

after a break of roughly a year during which indigo girls made only a
few live appearances, amy and emily went back on the road for three
weeks in august 1996 to "road test" a batch of new songs.  in
september 1996, indigo girls went into the studio to begin recording
their next album.  also during september, "swamp ophelia" was
certified platinum.  around november 1996, both "strange fire" and
"1200 curfews" were certified gold.

"shaming of the sun", indigo girls' sixth studio album, was released
on april 29, 1997 and debuted at #7 on the us album chart.  guest
artists on the album include jerry marotta, sara lee, native american
group ulali and members of atlanta bands smoke and the rock*a*teens.
also around april, "indigo girls" was certified double-platinum.

in late may 1997, amy and emily began the first leg of the "shaming
of the sun" support tour.  the first single from the album, amy's
song "shame on you", has not yet been released but has already begun
receiving radio airplay in some us cities.  (see "recent indigo girls
news" or check the addresses listed in section 4 for more information
on the current tour.)


3. recent indigo girls news
============================

[june 9, 1997]
the new album "shaming of the sun" was released on april 29 and
debuted at #7 on the billboard album chart, selling 78,000 units via
soundscan in its first week of release.  the first single, amy's
"shame on you", has not yet been commercially released but is already
receiving airplay on many us radio stations.  the video has already
been aired on american television, on cable music channel vh1's
"crossroads" program.

amy and emily have just begun the first leg of the "shaming of the
sun" support tour.  this leg of the tour will last until mid-july and
will see amy, emily and band playing many outdoor venues in the us.
the band for this tour consists of jerry marotta, sara lee and
multi-instrumentalist josh segal, of austin band the borrowers.  amy
and emily will then join sarah mclachlan's lilith fair tour for shows
in the us and canada in late july and august.  following the lilith
fair shows, there will also be additional canadian concert dates and
an east coast honor the earth benefit tour.

for upcoming concert dates, check the shaming of the sun tour
archive (http://ftp.wi.net/~dreiser/ig/archivehome.html), the epic
indigo girls site (http://www.indigogirls.com) or pollstar concert
listings (http://www.pollstar.com).  further information on lilith
fair can be found at http://www.lilithfair.com.  concert dates will
also be posted to the indigo girls mailing list on a regular basis;
see the indigo girls mailing list faq for information on how to join
the indigo girls mailing list.


4. where to find information about indigo girls
===============================================

4.1. where can i find indigo girls concert dates?

there is a comprehensive tour itinerary and "shaming of the sun" tour
archive at http://ftp.wi.net/~dreiser/ig/archivehome.html.  concert
listings are also available from both the official epic site
(http://www.indigogirls.com) and pollstar concert information
(http://www.pollstar.com).  additional information on lilith fair can
be found at their official web site, http://www.lilithfair.com.  if
you have further questions about a concert that has already been
scheduled, it is recommended that you call the venue direct and ask
the staff there.


4.2. is there an address where i can write to the indigo girls, or an
        official fan club or mailing list?

to write to amy or emily, or to join the indigo girls fan club, write
to:     indigo girls
        c/o russell carter management
        315 west ponce de leon avenue
        suite 755
        decatur
        georgia usa 30030

the fan club sends out newsletters containing merchandise
information, tour schedules and other official information several
times a year.


4.3. where can i find information about indigo girls on the internet?

there are indigo girls resources of many types on the internet.
these include:
    - epic records indigo girls site: http://www.indigogirls.com
    - indigo girls mailing list: indigo-girls@netspace.org
        to subscribe, send a message to listserv@netspace.org with
        "subscribe indigo-girls" in the body of the message.
    - indigo girls usenet newsgroup: alt.music.indigo-girls
    - lifeblood www site: http://www.hidwater.com/lifeblood
    - "shaming of the sun" tour archive and itinerary:
        http://ftp.wi.net/~dreiser/ig/archivehome.html
    - indigo girls discography:
        http://www.cgrg.ohio-state.edu/folkbook/artists
                                          /discographies/indigo_girls

more links can be found by using one of the many search engines
available on the www such as lycos (http://www.lycos.com) or yahoo
(http://www.yahoo.com).


4.4. where can i chat real-time with other indigo girls fans?

indigo girls fans can often be found on irc (internet relay chat), in
channel #indigo-girls on the dalnet network (connect to irc.dal.net
port 6667).  note that because irc takes place in "real time" on
networks which are often quite unstable, it is often very difficult
to predict where and when such discussions will take place.  indigo
girls chat rooms also exist on major provider networks such as aol.
ask your provider if you need help accessing either irc or the online
chat rooms.


5. questions about amy and emily
================================

5.1. when were amy and emily born?

amy - 12 april 1964
emily - 22 july 1963


5.2. what are amy and emily's middle names?

amy's middle name is elizabeth; emily's is ann.


5.3. do amy and emily have brothers and sisters?

both amy and emily come from four-children families.  amy has two
older sisters and a younger brother; emily is the second-eldest of
four girls.


5.4. are amy and emily christian?

when asked about their religious beliefs in a 1990 interview in the
cooper point journal, school paper of evergreen state college, amy
said, "we were brought up methodist.  i was a religion major and
emily's dad is a methodist minister and a theology professor.  but we
don't consider our songs geared toward christianity.  we consider
them geared toward a spirituality that no matter what faith you have,
you can relate to them.  we don't want to alienate anybody because we
don't believe in seeing specifically through one faith.  so
[religion] plays a big part in our music but not in the way that some
christians would want it to play."


5.5. are amy and emily both gay?  have they been involved with each
        other?

amy and emily are both openly gay although in the past they have not
always been identified as such by the mainstream media.

in the 1996 newport folk festival program amy states, "i always think
of [emily] as the perfect best friend.  i guess one of the reasons
we've always been like this is that we've always had the same kind of
relationship.  the nature of it never changed - we never had a sexual
encounter - we never had a real conflict - we were always just
completely friends."


5.6. what does the tattoo on amy's forearm mean?

amy explained the tattoo in "fashion" magazine (circa 1989): "this is
spiritual, and it's blue for charity; this is compassion; this is
intellectual grounding; this is the love of the earth; this is the
center of the soul..."

niki pantelias, founder of the original indigo girls mailing list,
also reported in a november 1990 posting to the list that amy had
said that the tattoo was the sioux indian symbol for love inside a
hand, and "basically it means love".


5.7. what instruments can amy and emily play?

amy - acoustic, 12-string, electric and slide guitars, mandolin,
    piano, melodica, ukelele, bouzouki
emily - acoustic, classical, electric, 12-string and slide guitars,
    banjo, dobro, dulcimer, bass guitar, bouzouki, piano, keyboards,
    hurdy gurdy, harmonium


5.8. who are amy and emily's musical influences?

amy has been influenced by artists such as the replacements, husker
du and neil young; emily has stated that her biggest songwriting
influence was joni mitchell and that her literary inspirations
include the writings of virginia woolf.  both amy and emily have
said they have been influenced by bob dylan and also profess
admiration for jane siberry and ferron.  in addition, they both enjoy
reading the works of william faulkner.


6. general questions about indigo girls' music
==============================================

6.1. who is in the indigo girls touring band?

amy and emily often tour as a duo, but also perform with a backing
band.  the band for the "shaming of the sun" tour is:
    - sara lee - bass, pennywhistle, vocals
    - jerry marotta - percussion, pennywhistle, saxophone, vocals
    - josh segal (from the borrowers) - acoustic guitar, electric
        guitar, bass clarinet, violin, mandolin, vocals

other guests who have appeared on occasion include:
    - caroline aiken - guitar, vocals
    - gail ann dorsey - vocals, bass
    - sheila doyle of big fish ensemble - violin
    - sandy garfinkle - harmonica, vocals
    - kristen hall - guitar, vocals
    - michael lorant of big fish ensemble - percussion, vocals,
        saxophone, clarinet
    - michelle malone - mandolin, electric guitar, vocals
    - barbara marino - saxophone
    - scarlet rivera - violin
    - jane scarpantoni - cello, pennywhistle


6.2. what other music appears in the background of indigo girls
        songs?

in addition to their own unique harmonies, indigo girls have also
integrated other tunes into their music.  these include:
    - "mary had a little lamb" at the beginning of the guitar solo in
        "center stage", also hummed softly as amy sings "a joker's
        dance before the king"
    - a hymn, "let us break bread", at the end of "hammer and a nail"
    - "twinkle twinkle little star" in "world falls", as amy sings
        "i'm laughing..."
    - beethoven's "ode to joy", as part of the guitar solo in "cedar
        tree"
    - a hymn, "this is my father's world" (also known as "this is our
        "father's house"), as the cornet solo in "hey kind friend",
        also played on dulcimer near the end of the song

other music which amy and emily have incorporated into their songs
include a chopin nocturne at the end of "this train revised" and the
native american hymn emily sings at the end of "jonas and ezekial".


6.3. have amy and emily ever written any songs together, or with
        other people?

amy and emily generally write separately and then collaborate on the
harmonies and instrumental arrangements of their songs.  however,
there are a few songs that they have written together:
    - "i don't know your name" from "blue food" (1985)
    - "if you live like that" from "blue food" (1985)
    - "blood quantum" from "honor1: a benefit for the honor the
        earth campaign" (1996)

songs that they have written with other people include:
    - "i don't wanna know" by amy and michelle malone
    - "i'll give you my skin" from "tame yourself" (1991), by amy,
        emily and michael stipe
    - "1 2 3" by amy and the members of ellen james society

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[part 2]
7. discography related questions
8. questions about album covers and titles
9. questions about songs from "strange fire"
10. questions about songs from "indigo girls"
11. questions about songs from "nomads*indians*saints"
12. questions about songs from "rites of passage"


7. discography related questions
================================

7.1. which songs have been released as singles?

to date, the only indigo girls song which has been released by epic
as a commercially available cd single in the us is "power of two".
however, various promotional cd singles as well as commercial singles
in both vinyl and cassette format have been released in the us, and
commercially available singles in all formats have been released in
other countries.  it is also anticipated that "shame on you", the
first single from "shaming of the sun", will be released in the near
future.  see the indigo girls discography at
www.cgrg.ohio-state.edu/folkbook/artists/discographies/indigo_girls
for more details.


7.2. which songs have been made into videos, and where can i get
        these videos?

so far indigo girls have made ten commercial song videos:
    - "closer to fine" (1989)
    - "get together" (1989)
    - "hammer and a nail" (1990)
    - "joking" (1992)
    - "galileo" (1992)
    - "touch me fall" (1994)
    - "least complicated" (1994)
    - "power of two" (1995)
    - "bury my heart at wounded knee" (1995)
    - "shame on you" (1997)

all of these videos, except "bury my heart at wounded knee" and
"shame on you", can be found on the video compilation "watershed",
available from sony music video.


7.3. which songs have indigo girls covered?  where do they appear?

covers available on commercially available items, excluding the
albums, include:
    - "cortez the killer" by neil young (performed with band de
        soleil), on band de soleil's album "redemption dream"
        (european version only) (1995)
    - "don't think twice, it's alright" by bob dylan (performed with
        joan baez), on joan baez's album "ring them bells" (1995);
    - "free of hope" by vic chesnutt, on "sweet relief ii: gravity of
        the situation" (1996)
    - "i don't wanna talk about it" by danny whitten, on
        "philadelphia: music from the motion picture" (1993);
    - "it won't take long" by ferron, on "spirit of '73: rock for
        choice" (1995)
    - "rockin' in the free world" by neil young (performed with k's
        choice), on the "power of two" single (1995)

covers available on promotional items and rare recordings include:
    - "finlandia" by jean sibelius, on the "indigo girls" ep (1986)
    - "love of the common people" by j. hurley and r. wilkens, on
        "reverse 1 - live" (1989)
    - "melissa" by the allman brothers, on "shades of indigo" (1990)
    - "mona lisas and mad hatters" by elton john and bernie taupin,
        on "reverse 1 - live" (1989)
    - "the water is wide" (traditional), on "an acoustic evening with
        the allman brothers band and the indigo girls" (1992)
    - "the weakness in me" by joan armatrading, on "blue food" (1985)

covers which are sometimes performed live, but which have never
officially been released, include:
    - "southern man" by neil young, performed with kristen hall
    - "white house blues" and "another on the rise", both by
        caroline aiken, performed with caroline aiken
    - "wild horses" by the rolling stones, performed with michelle
        malone

for a more detailed listing, see the indigo girls discography at
www.cgrg.ohio-state.edu/folkbook/artists/discographies/indigo_girls.


7.4. what compilations do indigo girls appear on?

indigo girls songs have appeared on many compilation albums,
including:
    - "i don't wanna talk about it" (studio) on "philadelphia: music
        from the motion picture" (1993)
    - "wild, wild party in the loquat tree" (studio) on "put on your
        green shoes" (1993)
    - "it won't take long" (studio) on "spirit of '73: rock for
        choice" (1995)
    - "blood quantum" (studio) on "honor1: a benefit for the honor
        the earth campaign" (1996)
    - "free of hope" (studio) on "sweet relief ii: gravity of the
        situation" (1996)
    - "strange fire" (live) on "women live from mountain stage"
        (1996)

for a more detailed listing, see the indigo girls discography at
www.cgrg.ohio-state.edu/folkbook/artists/discographies/indigo_girls.


7.5. what albums by other artists do amy and emily appear on?

amy and emily have appeared, both together and separately, as guest
artists on many albums.  these include:
    - "live at the attic" by caroline aiken (1993), both
    - "ring them bells" by joan baez (1995), both
    - "billy pilgrim" by billy pilgrim (1994), emily
    - "come on, come on" by mary chapin carpenter (1992), both
    - "disappear fear" by disappear fear (1994), both
    - "phantom center" by ferron (1995 re-release only), both
    - "still riot" by ferron (1996), emily
    - "flyer" by nanci griffith (1994), both
    - "real life stuff" by kristen hall (1990), emily
    - "fact and fiction" by kristen hall (1991), emily
    - "be careful what you wish for" by kristen hall (1994), emily
    - "more than i" by gerard mchugh (1992), both

for a more detailed listing, see the indigo girls discography at
www.cgrg.ohio-state.edu/folkbook/artists/discographies/indigo_girls.


8. questions about album covers and titles
==========================================

8.1. who are the people in the photograph on the "strange fire"
        insert?

the photograph was taken at the little five points pub in atlanta.
the people in the picture are amy's and emily's families, the manager
and staff of the pub and, in the back, the musicians who played on
the album.  there are also photographs of family members who couldn't
be there that day on some of the tables.


8.2. what does "swamp ophelia" mean?

while on vacation in florida, amy went on a nature walk and saw a
plant called swampophilia.  in a 1994 interview she said, "it made
me think of hamlet and ophelia and the swamp.  but it all kind of
mixes in together."  however, there does not actually seem to be a
plant called swampophilia; it's possible that the phrase came
entirely from amy's imagination.


8.3. what does "4.5" mean?

the album was originally going to contain material from the november
1994 concerts at shepherd's bush empire in london.  the band for
these shows consisted of amy, emily, jerry marotta and sara lee; gail
ann dorsey also sat in on a few songs.  the title was meant to
represent the number of band members.  because gail hadn't played
through the entire show, the album's working title was "four and a
half".  graphically it was decided that "4.5" looked better so that
became the title, even though no material from the concerts was used
on the album in the end.


8.4. what does "1200 curfews" mean?

"1200 curfews" stands for "twelve hundred curfews", rather than
"twelve o'clock curfews".  this refers to the fact that indigo girls
had played approximately 1200 concerts between the start of their
career and the time the album was released.  each concert had a
curfew, to which amy and emily were often running close.  as amy says
after "closer to fine" on the album, "we've gotta go, we've got a
curfew!"


8.5.  what does "shaming of the sun" mean?

in an interview in the may 1997 issue of the atlanta magazine "poets,
artists and madmen" emily said, "it's from a native american
legend... i was looking through a book of native american myths and
legends, and that title just struck me.  it's a legend from two
different tribes.  it's the story of how the sun came to be in the
sky.  and i just thought it was evocative."

in addition, at a show at penn state university on april 15, 1997,
emily stated that the phrase "shaming of the sun" was taken from a
tunica legend.  the tunica (or more accurately, the tunica-biloxi
tribal nation) are a native american tribe located in louisiana.


9. questions about songs from "strange fire"
============================================

9.1. what is strange fire?

as in all indigo girls songs, specific symbolism is left as an open
question.  for example, some believe "strange fire" is a reference
to the christian celebration of pentecost (the empowerment of the 12
apostles by the holy spirit), while others see a reference to milton.
there are countless interpretations; however, most center about a
common theme, that of an ineffable spirit which can strengthen and
actuate those who possess it.


9.2. what does "you remind me of shallot" mean?

although she admits to misspelling the name in the lyrics, emily is
referring to alfred lord tennyson's poem "the lady of shalott".  in
the poem, shalott was a mythical island which lay upriver from king
arthur's camelot.  a curse lay upon the lady of shalott, that some
unknown fate would befall her should she look outside the castle.
so, she stayed within her walls and wove "a magic web with colours
gay" through which she watched the world.  one day sir lancelot came
riding down the riverbank by the castle.  the lady spied him in her
magic web and, drawn to him, left her loom and looked out through her
window.  the poem ends with the body of the lady, slain by her curse,
floating down the river through camelot in a boat.


9.3. who is talking at the end of "i don't wanna know"?

amy and michelle malone.  it is very hard to make out what they are
saying although michelle can be heard saying, "hey, hey, get off the
stage," "loosen up," and "i can't talk to ya, i gotta go - i gotta
go, okay."  either amy or michelle also says, "over one billion
served."


10. questions about songs from "indigo girls"
============================================

10.1. what is "secure yourself" about?

"secure yourself" is about the spiritual journey into heaven.  the
song was inspired by amy's grief when one of her cats died.


10.2. what is "kid fears" about?

on a scholastic books interview tape circulated in early 1997 amy
said, "i wrote kid fears thinking about a few of my friends that had
been through very painful experiences when they were young - abuse,
sexual abuse, physical abuse, emotional abuse - by parents or friends
or, you know, peers in school.  and i was comparing that to the fact
that the things that i was afraid of as a child you know was the
ghost under the bed, it wasn't my dad coming in to beat me up, and
there's a big difference between that."


10.3. why doesn't amy sing "blood and fire" anymore?

"blood and fire" is a very intense and emotional song and amy does
not perform it anymore because she does not want to revisit the
feelings that went into writing (and performing) the song.  she has
stated that if she were to sing the song now, it would be dishonest.


11. questions about songs from "nomads*indians*saints"
=====================================================

11.1. who is sejarez?

sejarez, whom amy mentions in "world falls", is not a real person; he
was a character (possibly some kind of philosopher) that appeared in
one of amy's dreams.


11.2. is "pushing the needle too far" about drugs?

in the "nomads*indians*saints" press kit amy said, "this song deals
with alienation and the way we sometimes numb ourselves to things.
obviously, the needle suggests a drug analogy, but it's also like the
needle on a meter.  but it's a symbol, not a literal usage like neil
young's 'the needle and the damage done'.  it's about the things
people do to numb themselves to the pain of their situation."


11.3. what is "the girl with the weight of the world in her hands"
        about?

emily has stated that this song is not about any person in
particular.  in the "nomads*indians*saints" songbook she writes, "the
bottom line is, we never know what someone is really going through
inside.  the loneliest people are those we tend to avoid the most.
this is about wanting to overcome that feeling in myself and trying
to get closer to someone in that situation, someone i might usually
shy away from."


12. questions about songs from "rites of passage"
=================================================

12.1. what is "three hits" about?

in the "rites of passage" press kit, amy explained the inspiration
for the song.  "'three hits' was inspired by the poems of frank
stanford.  a music friend of mine sent me a book of his poetry, 'the
light the dead see', and i went crazy over it - it changed my life a
little.  i was reading some biographical notes on stanford and
learned that he'd committed suicide in the early 80's at age 30 - he
shot himself three times in the heart.  that image really stuck with
me.  so i used images from his poems and his life: that he was
adopted, that he left his wife behind..."


12.2. what is "jonas and ezekial" about?

in the "rites of passage" press kit amy said, "we played dartmouth
college and met some real free thinkers up there.  i took a long bike
ride on highway 5, on the border of new hampshire and vermont, and
this song uses references from that and from earlier road trips -
things i heard in conversation, things from the news... it's a
political song about people who put their faith in prophesy, who're
walking toward disaster instead of doing anything about it."

jonas and ezekial are names that amy saw on tombstones in a slave
cemetery.  they are possibly also references to the biblical
characters of the same name, although the names are spelt differently
in different translations of the bible.


12.3. who is the "activist with a very short life" mentioned in
        "jonas and ezekial"?

amy is referring to bob sheldon, the owner of internationalist books
in chapel hill, north carolina.  sheldon was an active anti-war
activist at the time of desert shield and desert storm.  he was shot
while alone in his store on february 21, 1991.


12.4. what is emily singing at the end of "jonas and ezekial"?

emily sings, "now i walk in beauty / beauty is before me / beauty is
behind me / above and below me."  the words are from a native
american song that is usually sung in a round.


12.5. who wrote "romeo and juliet", and where can i find the original
        version?

"romeo and juliet" was written by mark knopfler and can be found on
dire straits' 1980 album "making movies".

in a november 1994 interview amy said that she had learned a lot of
the songs from "making movies".  "i used to play in a hotel lounge.
i thought ['romeo and juliet'] was an incredibly well written song
and i could relate to it at the time for some reason. it just kinda
grew and changed over the years."  at the time, she said she had
never spoken to mark about the song and said, "i wouldn't even want
to know what he thinks."


12.6. who is the chickenman?

in the "rites of passage" press kit amy said, "this is a real person,
an older guy who lives in a trailer in the middle of this junkyard
off the highway somewhere between houston and austin.  there's a big
sign that says 'chicken man'.  it looks like everything's for sale,
but you'll ask about something and he'll say, 'oh that's not for
sale.'  we got into a conversation, and some of his values and ideas
seemed incredibly comforting to me at the time.  it was the way he'd
look out over this piece of land and take such pride and satisfaction
in this collection of junk!  this guy was deep, he had layers of
character underneath that rough skin and dirt.  'chickenman' is
really a stream-of-consciousness type song."


12.7. what is "nashville" about?

in the "rites of passage" press kit, amy explained the song's origin.
"this is a song from 1984 which never exactly fit in with an album
before.  i wrote it when i was in college at vanderbilt university,
not exactly a hotbed of liberalism.  in fact, there were some very
racist and sexist things happening on that campus, and i found the
city reflected those same qualities to an extent... as a songwriter
trying to be heard, i found it extremely competitive and oppressive.
as a southerner, i feel free to criticize from 'within the family'.
i could say some of the same things about atlanta that i'm saying
here about nashville."


12.8. what is "cedar tree" about?

on the 1992 "general foods international coffee" promotional cd amy
said, "i was walking around up in north georgia, in the mountains,
and i came upon this settlement from the 1830's and there were all
these cedar trees planted around these old chimneys.  and a friend of
my father's said that back in those days a husband would plant a tree
for every wife he'd had and so i wrote a song about it, 'cause there
were bunch of trees up there."

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[part 3]
13. questions about songs from "swamp ophelia"
14. questions about songs from "1200 curfews"
15. questions about songs from "shaming of the sun"
16. other song related questions
17. miscellaneous questions
18. acknowledgements


13. questions about songs from "swamp ophelia"
==============================================

13.1. what is "fugitive" about?

in a 1994 interview amy explained, "'fugitive' is... kind of a love
song, but it's also, you know, it's very abstract.  it's me, the
struggle within myself and the struggle with someone else to create
commitment in a world of this - of the music industry, which is
really kind of screwy.  and the idea of invading privacy and - it's
about freedom, really, and about the ability to be free."


13.2. what are they saying at the end of "least complicated"?

the conversation is mostly obscured by percussion.  however, emily
can clearly be heard saying, "that's the way i can feel it."  amy's
reply is hard to make out but it sounds as though she is saying, "but
you don't want..."


13.3. what is "language or the kiss" about?

emily has never directly explained this song, but the common
consensus among fans is that this song is about choices.  more
specifically, that it is about having to choose between a musical
career, especially one that involves a lot of touring ("language"),
and a "normal" life at home with family and loved ones ("the kiss").


13.4. what is "reunion" about?

at a concert in philadelphia on december 3, 1994, amy said, "i went
to my high school reunion about a year and a half ago... it was a
weird and ambivalent experience, because i had actually had a good
time in high school and emily didn't.  so i went expecting the best
and... i had this friend, sort of, that i went around with.  every
time i would go up to someone and give 'em a hug or shake their hand
or something, my friend would take me over to the side of the room
and say, 'you know, that person you just hugged over there, they
hated you in high school and made fun of you every day.'  and i was
like, 'shit!'  so i just learned - i chalked it up to experience and
felt like it didn't really matter and i could be friends with anybody
anyway.  so this is a song about faith in yourself."


13.5. what does "all skate, now reverse" mean?

on the may 12, 1994 broadcast of "world cafe" amy said, "some friends
of ours, mrs fun... were the guest band on the record.  they went to
see a friend of theirs play who used to... you know when you're at
the skating rink and they go 'all skate, now reverse'... i was just
saying it and we stuck it before ['touch me fall'] because we thought
it represented what the song was doing."


13.6. what is "touch me fall" about?

when asked in 1994 about the meaning of "touch me fall" amy replied,
"it is very abstract.  i don't think it is easy to understand the
meaning of it because i don't really either.  i just kind of let it
all come out.  it is sort of about decomposition in general.
decomposition of love, life and fame.  everything.  it is the beauty
of decomposition and i am tying it into the fall, meaning the
season."


13.7. what are they saying near the end of "touch me fall"?

amy is saying, over and over again, the lyrics from the chorus:
"watch me let you down / if i stumble, i will stumble / if i fall, i
will fall / trying to hold it like rain in a river / everything is
getting bigger / better, can't hold it forever..."


13.8. what is being sung at the beginning of "mystery"?

"handed down or made by hand."


13.9. is larry ray, who sings on "dead man's hill", related to amy?

larry ray sr. is amy's father.

in the "swamp ophelia" press release amy explained, "the point of
view shifts back and forth from child to adult.  in some ways the
song is directed to my parents - that's why i asked my dad to sing on
it.  it's like i'm saying, 'when things are bad i may not be able to
ask for your help, but i'll let you know they're bad!'"


13.10. what is "dead man's hill" about?

"dead man's hill" was inspired by an experience that amy had when she
was very young; she saw some high school boys douse cats with
gasoline and light them on fire.  it was, in her words, her "first
exposure to real evil".


13.11. what are they saying at the beginning of "this train revised"?

the names of holocaust victims are being read by amy, emily, ferron
and michael lorant of big fish ensemble.


13.12. what does the "revised" in "this train revised" mean?

"this train revised" was inspired both by amy's visit to the
holocaust museum in washington dc and by woody guthrie's song "this
train".  the original "this train" was about the righteous riding
into heaven.  in an interview in the december 1994 issue of "deneuve"
amy said, "i went to the holocaust museum and it really affected me.
there's a lot now that's being uncovered about the homosexual
experience of the holocaust and how it affected those survivors.  at
the museum it's made very clear that although jews were by far the
main victims of the holocaust, there were many others, too.  i really
need to write about these feelings."


13.13. what is the music box playing at the end of "this train
        revised"?

if you listen closely, you can hear the sound of the music box
winding several seconds after the song itself ends.  the tune that
the music box plays is "nocturne in e-flat" by frederick chopin.


14. questions about songs from "1200 curfews"
=============================================

14.1. who says "moo" and "who loves us... nobody!" on "1200 curfews"?

emily, in both cases.


14.2. what is amy singing at the beginning of "this train revised"?

amy is singing a verse based on a old negro spiritual, "jacob's
ladder".

the phrase "jacob's ladder" comes from the bible (genesis 28).
jacob, the son of isaac, dreamed one night of a stairway leading to
heaven, on which angels were ascending and descending.  in his dream,
god appeared to jacob and told him that he would be blessed and
promised the land on which jacob was sleeping to him and his
descendants.


14.3. what is the unnamed track at the end of the second "1200
        curfews" cd?

this is a fragment of amy's song "problem child" (called "go go go"
in the "1200 curfews" press kit), combined with the end of "touch me
fall".

although "problem child" is a song in its own right it has most often
been performed, in fragments, as a segue before the final chorus in
the live version of "touch me fall".  the only known performance of
"problem child" in its entirety was at rainy day records in atlanta
on december 31, 1994.  the version which appears on "1200 curfews" is
a recording of one of the "touch me fall" performances.


15. questions about songs from "shaming of the sun"
===================================================

15.1. what does "dolittle all day" mean?

amy is referring to the pixies' 1989 album "doolittle" (the title is
spelled wrongly in the album lyrics).  on "world cafe" in may 1997
she explained, "['shame on you'] is about the importance of the
beauty of, like, ethnic things in our life... i was listening to the
pixies' album "doolittle" and van morrison and all these things one
day, when my friends were over.  they have a window washing company,
and they were, like, giving me a present, to wash my windows, and we
were all hanging, and it's like all of a sudden, it turned into this
song about immigration, i don't know what happened."


15.2. where is "gainesville town"?

gainesville is a town in northeastern georgia.  in an interview in
"stomp and stammer" magazine in may 1997 amy explained, "i saw this
really cool movie called 'displaced in the new south' [by atlanta
filmmaker david zeiger], and there was a whole section of it about
gainesville and the poultry industry there, and then later on down
the road i had heard they were starting to crack down on illegal
immigrants up there, working at these factories... to me, it's like,
god, how hypocritical can you get?  you're running this chicken
[company], you're raking in the millions, you're hiring people for
low wages, they have terrible work conditions.  and the city's making
money off it, and at the same time the city's going, 'what are all
these illegal immigrants doing here?'"


15.3. what does "1694" refer to?

amy has not yet directly explained her reference to 1694 in "shame
on you".  it is possible that the date has some significance in her
family history; a more common theory is that the date simply fit
the rhyme and meter of the song at that point.


15.4. who sings the second-last "i'm gonna love you" in "get out the
    map"?

amy.


15.5. what does "115 you are 17" mean?

amy is referring to the number of poisonous snakes that exist in the
united states.  (out of 115 varieties of snakes that are native to
north america, 17 are venomous.)


15.6. what is that extra verse in "shed your skin"?

the words are almost impossible to make out but the extra verse is
something like, "i been lucky to find you / but it's a little too
late, too soon / when i look in doubt and fire / the spirits i abuse
in you / in you / in you..."


15.7. what does "i got milagro" mean?

milagro, which amy mentions in "shed your skin", is a spanish word
meaning "miracle".  it is also possible that amy is referring to
john nichols' novel "the milagro beanfield war", in which the
citizens of a new mexico town band together to fight the government
and corporations who want to develop their land.


15.8. what does "caramia" mean?

usually broken into two separate words, "cara mia" is an italian
term of affection meaning "my dear".


15.9. what is "caramia" about?

in an interview in the atlanta magazine "poets, artists and madmen"
in may 1997 emily said, "['caramia' is] actually two songs that were
put together... i just came up with the opening chord riff and wrote
the song around it.  it's two sections - one is about the
relationship that's totally screwed up, the other is from a dream
that actually our bass player sara lee had and told me about - and so
i put the dream in with the other reflections for the song, and it
just came out as it is."


15.10. who is harriet the spy?

harriet the spy was the main character in the 1964 children's book of
the same name, written by louise fitzhugh.  in the book, harriet was
a young girl determined to be an author when she grew up.  she kept a
secret notebook in which she recorded her observations about life and
the actions of those around her.


15.11. what is the miracle mile?

"miracle mile" is a term which has been used to refer to several
different things.  one of its earliest usages was to refer to roger
bannister's feat, in 1954, of running a mile in under four minutes.
it has also been used to describe shopping and development districts
in various cities around the world.


15.12. where is leeds?

leeds is a city in northern england.


15.13. what is "scooter boys" about?

on "world cafe" in may 1997 amy said, "i don't have anything against
scooter boys.  but it's an image of england to me... i was referring
to the idea of england as an imperialist country.  and argentina as a
country that was colonized.  i mean, i'm talking about colonization."

in the may issue of "stomp and stammer" she explained the song
further.  "well, it's sort of a personal song that turned into a
political song, you know.  imperialism, and such... i think a lot of
people in the us don't think about the fact that central and south
america having similar situations with colonialism, etc.  you may be
a spanish-speaking south american person, but you could be someone
who is a colonizer just as easily as, you know, in north america, we,
the white people, are colonizers."


15.14. who is zapata?

general emiliano zapata was the mexican freedom fighter after whom
the zapatista national liberation army is named.  he was assassinated
in 1919 following his part in the mexican revolution of 1910 and
subsequent guerilla actions which occurred between 1911 and 1917.


15.15. what does "sitting in darwin's theory" mean?

darwin's theory, which amy mentions in "cut it out", is a bar in
anchorage, alaska.


15.16. what does "down in the 48s" mean?

"the 48s" is a term used to refer to the forty-eight contiguous us
states (ie. all the states minus alaska and hawaii).


15.17. what is being said during "hey kind friend"?

the end of benjamin's speech is hard to make out but he can clearly
be heard saying, "it's so hard when they all have to..."  near the
end of the song he also says, "see you later."


15.18. what tune is the cornet playing in "hey kind friend"?

the cornet solo is the hymn "this is my father's world" (also known
as "this is our father's house").  the tune is also picked up by the
dulcimer near the end of the song.


16. other song related questions
================================

16.1. what is "blood quantum" about?

in an interview in philadelphia in august 1996 amy said, "'blood
quantum' [is about] indian policy - genocide through bureaucracy and
paperwork... it's all really convoluted, but it's based on a dream i
had.  i started the song... i had this dream that i'm standing in
line with this pitcher of blood and... you know, everybody's getting
their blood measured to see how much indian they are.  it was the
most bizarre dream - i just finished reading all these books on blood
quantum you know, and so i started this song and couldn't finish it,
so emily finished this song for me.  she wrote lyrics and music,
wrote the bridge and stuff."


16.2. why aren't "winthrop" and "chiapas bound" on "shaming of the
    sun"?

amy and emily have mentioned that their next album will most likely
have a more acoustic, "folky" sound.  although it is not certain,
emily's "winthrop" (a solo, piano-based song) and amy's "chiapas
bound" (a solo, guitar-based song) will probably be on the next album
instead.


17. miscellaneous questions
===========================

17.1. what does "soc" stand for?

soc stands for "stream of consciousness".  this is a literary style
where the author relates whatever is crossing their mind at that
moment, without any attempt to edit it.  amy has been known to use
this technique while performing some of her songs live, most notably
"chickenman" and "touch me fall".  she has also mentioned that she
sometimes uses this technique while writing songs.


17.2. what is daemon records?

daemon records is a non-profit independent record label which was
started by amy in 1990.  based in decatur, georgia, daemon is "a
vehicle to allow recording artists to express their artistic vision
without the confines and restrictions of the traditional corporate
rock label".  amy believes strongly that diversity is the label's
first priority and strives to present music for people of all ages.
the common factor among the artists on the label is an "attention
to the craft of songwriting".

some of the artists signed to the daemon label include gerard
mchugh, danielle howle and reversing hour; former artists on the
label include kristen hall and band de soleil.  daemon was also
involved in the 1994 release of "jesus christ superstar: a
resurrection".  one of its most recent projects was the compilation
two-cd set "honor1", proceeds from which go towards aiding the
honor the earth campaign.

for more information about daemon, its artists or any of its
projects, contact daemon records at po box 1207, decatur, ga, usa
30031-1207 or visit their www site at http://monsterbit.com/daemon.


17.3. what is "jesus christ superstar"?

in 1994, amy's record label daemon records released, in collaboration
with long play records, "jesus christ superstar: a resurrection", a
revival of andrew lloyd webber's rock opera as performed by a group
of atlanta artists.  the project was the brainchild of michael lorant
of big fish ensemble and gerard mchugh.  it started out jokingly but
eventually evolved into a 2-cd recording and live performance which
was staged in atlanta, austin and seattle.  a video of the austin
show, from march 1995, was released by daemon records, long play
records and flagpole magazine in 1996.

the project featured michael lorant as judas iscariot, gerard mchugh
as pontius pilate, emily as mary magdalene and amy as jesus.
proceeds were donated towards ending gun violence, a project close to
michael lorant's heart: the singer was shot in a store robbery in
little five points in atlanta in 1991.  for more information, visit
the hidden water "jesus christ superstar: a resurrection" www site at
http://www.hidwater.com/jcs/jcs.html.


17.4. what is honor the earth?

the honor the earth campaign is a joint project of the seventh
generation fund, the indigenous women's network and the indigenous
environment network.  their mission is to create "awareness and
support for indigenous environmental issues" and to obtain "needed
financial and political resources for the survival of sustainable
indigenous communities".

in her notes on the daemon records www site in mid-1996 amy wrote,
"the honor the earth campaign supports native activists doing
grassroots work to save their cultural ways, communities, and the
environment.  emily and i helped start the group about a year ago."
indigo girls toured for four weeks to help support the campaign in
1995, and amy has said that an honor the earth tour will be part of
every indigo girls touring season from now on.

in august 1996 amy's record label daemon records released the 2-cd
set "honor1: a benefit for the honor the earth campaign".  for more
information about "honor1" or the honor the earth campaign, visit the
campaign's www site at http://www.honorearth.com.


17.5. what is rainy day records?

rainy day records is a record store in atlanta which specializes in
music by atlanta artists including collectibles, imports and rare
items.  rainy day records is owned and run by perry and marsha
thompson and ship worldwide.  contact perry and marsha at
(800) 636-6166 in the us, (404) 636-6166 outside the us, via email
at rainy@rainy.com, or visit their www site at http://www.rainy.com.


17.6. what is the flying biscuit?

the flying biscuit is a small restaurant in atlanta which is owned in
part by emily.


17.7. i really like indigo girls; what other artists might appeal to
        me?

if you like indigo girls, other artists whom you might like include:
    - mary chapin carpenter - one of the leading female country/folk
        artists today, mary chapin has sung with indigo girls and
        joan baez at the newport folk festival.  amy and emily also
        appear on her fourth album "come on come on".
    - ani difranco - although she has been described as "folkpunk",
        that does not accurately capture the essence of ani's music.
        possibly one of the finest lyricists since bob dylan, ani's
        music is intensely personal and always brutally honest.
    - disappear fear - a folk/pop band whose songs deal mainly with
        love and politics.  they have opened for indigo girls many
        times and amy and emily appear on their second, self-titled
        album.
    - kristen hall - a longtime friend of the indigo girls (and
        formerly their guitar technician), kristen is a gifted
        songwriter whose emotive voice adds extra edge to her
        delivery.
    - michelle malone - formerly of drag the river and band de
        soleil, michelle is also a talented solo performer and is
        another longtime friend of amy and emily.  she has a
        wonderful voice and definite rock tendencies.
    - new mongrels - put together by haynes brooke, new mongrels is
        a group made up of musicians from atlanta and seattle
        including amy, emily, michelle malone and gerard mchugh.
        they have one release available, "not dead (yet)", in which
        they perform a collection of brooke's songs which are quirky
        in the extreme.
    - dar williams - possessed of a beautiful voice and admirable
        songwriting skill, dar's intelligent, multi-layered songs and
        often ingenious delivery will capture your heart and
        imagination.


18. acknowledgements
====================

this faq was created through the collaborative efforts of the
creative group known as jcsdoubled - jen lucero, christopher becker,
sherlyn koo, deb reiser and dwayne jarrell.  we rock!

comments, suggestions etc should be mailed to jcsdoubled at
igfaq@palin.mit.edu.

thank you to carolyn spidle for creating and maintaining the
lifeblood www site, and to all the people who contributed, directly
and indirectly, the information used in this document.

and of course the biggest thanks of all go to our inspirations, amy
ray and emily saliers.

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hey all,
     i went to the mann show in philly and i was wondering why the girls
don't have alot of merchandise.  they sold one album, but it wasn't indigo
girls and they sold three different tshirts.  do they always have such a
limited amount of stuff for fans?

kira.

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hey,
     i was one of the winners of the five suzanne glass cassettes.  i just
listened to it and i really like it.  the album is composed of soft and yet
intense acoustic melodies which give a good blend to the vocal aspect of the
album as well.  i guess that sums it up!! have fun!!
kira

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....just a few items......

1st...it was a *great* show....i expected them to sound 'tired' a day after
their big ppv shindig, but was i ever wrong!!!!!

...they did a real cool scooter boys into chickenman back into
scooter boys thing (emily.."that was *so* fun")......

...they did an extended jam at the end of 3 hits (emily had already said
"thanks y'all" and amy and jerry just kept going)

....i'm *really* envious of y'all who will be seeing them in the near
future 'cause cut it out, caramia and shed your skin are taking on lives
of their own and are fast approaching 'not to be missed' status.....

:) eric

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>> hmm, also a new
>> bumper sticket but i have no idea what it looks like (it's marked as being
>> new for summer 1997 and it's described as "bumper sticker - royal blue on
>> white."
>
>i was wondering about that too. these sound suspiciously like the exact
>colors of the old peace symbol bumper stickers that have been around for
>years. i like peace symbols, and i love the indigo girls, but... this bumper
>sticker sucks. 1, it's hard to read the text through the peace symbol; 2,
>it's too small; 3, it's not coordinated at all with any other indigo girls
>logo or design anywhere else. i mean, avant garde font? i could do that with
>my mac & a color printer. so if anybody orders the new one, whoever gets one
>first, let the list know what it looks like. that may be me...i'm ordering
>soon.
>

i got one in 1990 or was it 1992? and it was fine.  then i sold that car and
had to buy a new one for my new car (in 1994) and this one has faded
severely.  so much that i wondered if it wasn't supposed to be a bumper
sticker. (small, fades etc.)

lori


"this could be the saddest dusk i've ever seen turn to a miracle"
                                            rem

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can anyone familiar with the difference between these formats please email
me.  especially if you know where i can convert between pal and ntsc without
it costing me mucho dollaros.
thanks tons
lori

ps. still recovering over the loss (having ig tickets in my hot little
hands, then sending them far away to someone else on the list who could go
to saratoga) =( hope it was fun.


"this could be the saddest dusk i've ever seen turn to a miracle"
                                            rem

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> i'm assuming that you know it's a rolling stones song. if you didn't know,
> then that's probably where you've heard it before.
>
> sari


additionally, the sundays covered it few years back, as well.  the song (according to michael stipe) was originally written about heroin addiction...it just happens to come across as a beautiful love song, as well.  = )

jennifer w.

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i'm looking for maggie poulos, last heard from at me_poulos@acad.fandm.edu.
maggie, if you're out there, e-mail me!  if you're not her, but you know
where she is or how i could get in touch w/ her, please e-mail me!

andi

  -_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-
                                  andrea lipman
                        e-mail: ablipman@sas.upenn.edu
                 homepage: http://www.sas.upenn.edu/~ablipman

      "the truth that people are missing about certain things, you know
     when they get fearful and they get hateful, and they repress other
     peoples, is the greatest truth of all, you know, the truth of love
    and understanding and clarity about all those issues."-emily saliers
  _-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_

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> >"nuestra lucha es por la tierra, hablando en su corazon indio, la patria
> >sigue digna y con memoria, la patria que construimos es una donde quepan
> >todos los pueblos y sus lenguas, que todos los pasos la caminen, que todos la
> >rian [?] que la amanezcan todos.  aqui estamos, no nos perdimos.  zapata
> >vive, y al pesar de todo, la lucha sigue."  subcomandante insurgente marcos
> >
> >"our fight is for the land, speaking in its indian heart, the homeland that
> >we've constructed is one where all towns and languages have a place, where
> >everyone can walk, laugh, and awake to.  we are here, we are not lost.
> > zapata lives and in spite of everything, the fight continues."
> >


i think the part "la patria sigue digna y con memoria" was not translated:
the homeland continues with dignity and memory.  the part "que todos los
pasos la caminen" is rather difficult, and i don't think that it has to do
with people walking. i think it's more along the lines of "where all the
passages travel through" or something like that. not sure.

kelly


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>anyway, if you're signed up with the ig fan club this should arrive at your
>place soon.

rotflmao!!!! goodness... that has got to be the funniest thing i have read
on this list in a looooooooong time!

deb ;)

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subject:      one more ppv question

sorry!!!  it came to me.........

can anyone tell me if amy usually spends half the concert with her back to
the audience the way she did on ppv???

peace, harmony & indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygoopg@aol.com)
   member - ssim yknib naf bulc
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hey y'all....

are the new tour hats like the black ones from the swamp ophelia
tour...because my black one just doesn't seem deep enough for my head, and
i was hoping to get another one on thursday at blossom....

please say that they are deeper than the last.  my black one just sort of
sits on my head, and with all my hair, it rarely likes to stay on...

thanks-
karrie

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it was actually march 18th or so- i was home for spring break. it was
amazing!!! i literally fell on the floor because i was screaming and
hyperventilating. i think i knocked someone over when i tried to get cloer,
but i didn't feel that bad because they were like "who are those people?"

anyway, i would kill for a boot(well, not really, but i'd really like one).
i'd also like one from the august 1996 concert at roseland.

thanks-
sari
>
>hey ya'll,
>
>i have a friend who went to an ani difranco concert at roseland around
>april (?)
>ani said that she would like to introduce the audience to two of her
>friends and a+e got up on stage with her.  the crowd freaked out and
>they did a kickin version of "when doves cry"!  is there any way anyone
>has a boot they could tape for me?
>
>thanx
>
>ruthie
>

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does anyone per chance have a boot of ballad os squeaky fromme.  i came
across that song somewhere on the net, and really would like to hear it
after i read the lyrics.  i don't have anyhting to trade for it, but i am
willing to send a blank tape to anyone who will get it for me.
thanks...............
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-kate

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ok, so i admit it, i must not of scanned the old one so well.  after seeing
the note that said read it anyway, i did. one of the rare times i actually
folowed directions. anyway, i started cracking up when i read this:

>9.2. what does "you remind me of shallot" mean?
>although she admits to misspelling the name in the lyrics, emily is
>referring to alfred lord tennyson's poem "the lady of shalott".

i always thought it meant those  thin onions /w little or no subtsance. <g>
and secure yourself is about a's *cat*?!?!? this is great info, lots of new
stuff, even for an old fan. :-) thanks!
lisa

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seriously, it's only life afterall." --emily saliers

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<2nd post>

hey kind friends!

        come float, paddle, or swim down the guadalupe river (near new
braunfels, texas) on the weekend of july 19-20th with your ig comrades!  we
should camp out on the river and sing ig songs all night long in front of a
roaring campfire :)
        i can make general arrangements, if i get an idea of how many to
expect.  there is inner-tubing for the mellowist adventure (complete with
coolers full of intoxicants ;o) or banana boats, canoes, or kayaks for the
more adventurous!! :)
        beware though, that the guadalupe river can approach category 3 or 4
river conditions depending upon the rainfall.  on the other hand, during a
draught there's barely enough water to make it worthwhile.  so we'll just
have to ask the ig goddesses for ideal conditions! ;)
        if you're interested, please email me privately and we'll make
arrangements.

cool runnings~
i       tony, da chickenman - houston, texas, usa       g
n                                                       i
d       not content to bow and bend to the whims        r
i       of culture that swoop like vultures eating      l
g       us away to our extinction -  emily              s
o

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i noticed that spot on it when they were in concert here in tulsa.  i turned to my friend and said, "there's a guitar that's been well-loved."
= )

jennifer w.

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subject:      great woods boot: let up!!

i thought one post about this would be enough, but apparently not.
people, please--don't ask me for this boot if i haven't already told you that
it's coming to you! the tape tree will be posted soon, so please wait for
that. i can only make a limited number of tapes.
kirsten

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at 08:43 am 6/8/97 -0400, tigger wrote:
did anyone think it was awful weird when amy broke 2 strings in less than a
>minute during dgtgag?  must be weak strings......

        aaaahh, that *must* be it!!!  they give emily the strong strings and
amy the weak ones.... :o   that sulli is just seeking job security, me thinks!

i       tony, da chickenman - houston, texas, usa       g
n                                                       i
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i       of culture that swoop like vultures eating      l
g       us away to our extinction -  emily              s
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hi everybody,

the new experience is gone.  sorry.  thanks for writing though.

wendell

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> from boston pride today (anyone know why ig didn't appear there???) email me

one word: logistics.  ig were expected and they had given everyone the
indication that they would do everythign they could to make it.  the
pride committe reamined hopeful all day, but the distance to that
night's show, in the end, just made it unfeasible.

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hello fellow ig fans,
i'm new to the list and just thought i would introduced myself as i have
lurked long enough. i'm from ontario canada and all your posts about the
shows are making me excited about their aug. 15 show in toronto. i'm
interested in trading boots and i can offer first gereration copies of
shades of indigo but i dont know quite how many. post me if anyone is
interested. are there any other canadians out there, drop me a line if
you'd like. take care y'all.

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subject:      ulali....

i think it was tigger who said that danielle howle was better than ulali
because at least she sang in english (if it wasn't tigger, i apologize in
advance).....all i have to say to that post is "you've got to learn to
respect what you don't understand"

peace
janice

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>
>         aaaahh, that *must* be it!!!  they give emily the strong strings
and
> amy the weak ones.... :o   that sulli is just seeking job security, me
thinks!
>

actually that is sort of true. cos amy has much lighter guage strings on her
acoustics than emily (based on the couple of stringed instruments i have
seen
on web pages and in pictures) and guage does really affect whether strings
break - at least they affect whether mine do.


regards,
sandy

btw all - thanks so much for the input re: the recording - i did it today -
it
was great and i just came right out and said ig list - cos i thought that
was
coded enough.  thanks to gwen and kirsten for their help.

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whoops sorry i meant to say tricia and kirsten (eeps sorry tricia)

regards,
sandy

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hey, everyone

oooh - my first post to this list! i've already sent this to
the melissa list, so some of you will have already seen it -
sorry to be repetitive. and it will probably annoy all of you in the
us, but please bear with me. :)

this is just to let those of you in england know that, with london
pride coming up on saturday 5th july, kate (blackmon, also of this
list) and i are holding an open-house on friday 4th. the theme, of
course, (for kate's benefit) will be independence day so some fairly
simple american-stlye snackies will be available.

if any of you are going to be in london that night, you're more than
welcome to pop along. i'm afraid we probably can't offer you a bed to
sleep on, but we can offer some good food, great music (hmmm now, i
wonder what...?!) and, of course, some excellent company. :)

and/or if any of you are interested in meeting up on pride day
itself, that too can be arranged.

so, if you're interested in meeting up at any point, email me
privately and we can work out details. it would be great to meet you!

sarah & kate
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<<>
>         aaaahh, that *must* be it!!!  they give emily the strong strings
and
> amy the weak ones.... :o   that sulli is just seeking job security, me
thinks!
>

actually that is sort of true. cos amy has much lighter guage strings on her
acoustics than emily (based on the couple of stringed instruments i have
seen
on web pages and in pictures) and guage does really affect whether strings
break - at least they affect whether mine do.>>

no, actually, the opposite is true.  if i remember correctly, amy plays
mediums & emily plays lights.  if amy played using emily's strings she'd
never get thru a song! ;)

dee

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in a message dated 97-06-09 02:14:56 edt, you write:

<< does anyone per chance have a boot of ballad os squeaky fromme. >>


                                 now, this is one i've got to
hear.........let's see....manson disciple, tried to shoot the president,
anti-social, psychotic loon.........i really need to hear this one.......let
me know when you find it.   her real name is lynette- maybe the yahoo! people
finder will help........*shudder*

                                             brian

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in a message dated 97-06-09 03:45:07 edt, motordoll@juno.com (janice k clein)
writes:

<< i think it was tigger who said that danielle howle was better than ulali
because at least she sang in english (if it wasn't tigger, i apologize in
advance).....all i have to say to that post is "you've got to learn to
respect what you don't understand"
  >>

yes i did say that, but it was prefaced and followed by "this is only my
opinion" and i also said that i didn't **like** it - i never said i didn't
respect it.  just made mention that it's not my style.  i respect everyone
who's got the nerve to get up in front of everhowmany people were there and
let loose like that.  you couldn't get *me* to do that without a gun to my
head.  so i do respect it, i just don't like it.  ok?

peace, harmony & indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygoopg@aol.com)
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(amy) come on emily, paint the world on fire!
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(emily) at the cotton club.  that's the _only_ time i ever said it!
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wow, i just read an eight page ani article in the nov./dec. 1996 issue of ms.
magazine. the back issue will cost you $9, but i could send photo copies for
a sase.   the cover shot is great in color though, so you may want your own
original!

resa in spokane

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hey all,
  i was just wondering if anyone from the list is going to tomorrow's
finger lakes concert, and if so, are we going to do anything before
the show?
  also, i thought of an old string the other day... 'name an ig
inspired event'.  i found some of my old junk in the process of moving
and happened to be listening to batl.  at the same time, i found all
the letters i saved from my ex...  what a difference lighter fluid
makes!  poof!
-alicia

~:^)
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hi yaw

the new bumper sticker is white with
indigo
girls
in that wacky new font off of the sots cover. the text is in two shades of um
indigo. it's big...a regular sized three inch by 8 inch bumper sticker....and
prompted the guy who pumps my gas  to say "ya know, if you really like the
indigo girls, i could etch them into a window tint job fer like, nuthin' extra"

thanks pal! i'm sure amy and emily woulkd be *thrilled* if i had indigo girls
in 3 foot text plastered across my saturn's back window. what's next? mudflaps?

anyhoo,
someone brought up the issue of the ani roseland boot. i think i have an idea
where to get one, so stay tuned.

susanna
who is glad amy took off her shoes, and even gladder that ppv isn't filmed in
aromavision

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>> from boston pride today (anyone know why ig didn't appear there???) email me
>
>one word: logistics.  ig were expected and they had given everyone the
>indication that they would do everythign they could to make it.  the
>pride committe reamined hopeful all day, but the distance to that
>night's show, in the end, just made it unfeasible.


that surprises me because the show at spac had a relatively late starting
time of 8:15 and when ig took the stage, amy was wearing street
clothes (and looking even more gorgeous than usual :) rather than her
usual david cassidy-esque performance wear (in which she looks
gorgeous, of course, but you know...the seventies flashback thing
just doesn't really work for me :)

whatever she was doing before the show,  amy appeared to me to be
seriously jazzed for the show doing the "clothes" rather than the
"shoes" version of soy and really intense "blow you away" versions
of sys and cut it out...

of the four shows i've seen recently (hartford, pnc, gw, spac):

ig was best at spac...
set list was the best at pnc...
audience was the best at pnc...
audience was the worst at hartford...

overall show quality from worst to best:

hartford < gw < pnc < spac

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hello all.  i was just reading yesterday's paper.  they had the review for
te spac show. i am a little angry, and am currently seeking out michelle
solomon's e-mail address.  i am typing it up for y'all, so you can see why i
am a tad bit upset. (what was supposed to be a review of the girls turned
into an article about the dmb concert on friday night.  hello????)


i apologize for typos in advance.


reprinted without permission

albany times union
06/08/97

something with indigo girls
by michelle f. solomon
arts and entertainment editor


saratoga springs--there wasn't any pushing or shoving, no trampling or
crushing.  as a matter of fact, saturday night at the saratoga performing
arts center was as calm as a potluck supper.

about the only struggle going on here was what was onstage between the
indigo girls.  performing to an enthusiastic crowd of about 8,000, amy ray
and emily slaiers--the indigo girls--played a tug of war between themselves
and their past.

when they arrived on the scene in 1989, their appeal was built on singular
styleswhich blended introspective lyrics with in-sync harmonies.  with their
latest album and, evidenced in this tour, something has come apart.
there was no mistaking that this tour has "push the new album" written all
over it.  more than half of the almost two-hour concert was devoted to
"shaming of the sun."  (there are twelve cuts on the new disc, 10 were
performed saturday night).  for some acts with a debut album or only a few
hits that might be a disappointment, but the indigo girls are one of those
bands that put out an album a year with tracks and tracks of singable songs.
area fans who haven't seen te indigo girls in these parts in more than a efw
years were hoping for at least more than a morsel of greatest hits.

they did perform soem of the tried-and-trues from past albums, their anthem
"closer to fine" from thier first release "indgio girls," closed the show,
"tried to be true" also from that release opened the show and, sandwiched in
between, "power of two" from 1994's "swamp ophelia" and "chickenman" from
1992 "rites of passage."

what was most apparent in this performance was how far the two have grown
apart.  while amy ray (she's the dark-haired one) has always been the
louder, boisterous one, sh'es infused the indigo girlss' current sound with
more of a hard edge, bringing a rougher raucous edge with songs like
"scooter boys" and "shame on you."

overshadowed were the melodic musings of emily slaiers (she's the
light-haired one) and saturday night she looked the most at peace when she
was on stage, alone, performing at the piano the softer side of "shame on
you," the ballad "leeds."

opening act ulali, a native american a capella trio, joined in on a few
songs to offer some spunk and cohesiveness otherwise the indigo girls were
all hard sell and synergy.  hopefully they'll grow into their direction or
maybe they'll decide they've grown apart.

spac officials were no doubt happy for the uneventful evening after friday
night's rocking opener that saw fans with lawn tickets surge into the
5,100-seat theater, where a seat cost $10 ore.

spac spokeswomen donna eichmeyer said that she did not expect a major change
in facilities or procedure in response to complaints that people in the
audience were shoved.

"typically, this doesn't happen," she said.  "when you get crowds in excess
of 20,000, the chances are greater that it will happen."

eichmeyer said ticket sales were capped at 25,000 in the interest of crowd
control.  she said minor injuries were reported.

the lawn crowd has pushed into the amphitheater before.  last august, fans
complained about lax security at the h.o.r.d.e. festival concert, at which
more than 30 people were treated for bruises and suspected fractures.  the
festival--whose nameis an acronym for horizons of rock developing
everywhere--drew the biggest spac crowd last year, and it looks likely to
capture the top-attendance honors again this sumer on sunday, aug. 10.

one unhappy ticket holder who contacted the times union saturday said spac
should have had more security, knowing the concert was sold out abd that
friday was a prom night for many local students.

the woman said that in opes of avoiding traffic jam, she planned to come
late, skipping the opening act, bela fleck and the flecktones, and arrived
at the center just as the matthews band was taking the stage.  she said as
she was jostled by the crowd on the way to her seat someone pulled her into
another seatto prevent her from falling on the floor, as others did.

on monday, spac officials get to assess safety and security issues after the
incident.

staff reporter chris sturgis contributed to this report.

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> susanna
> who is glad amy took off her shoes, and even gladder that ppv isn't filmed in
> aromavision
>
whaaaaaat? are you *daring* to suggest that amy's feet might stink? tsk, tsk.
as we all know, goddesses are above such trivial human concerns as foot odor.
kirsten


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well alls, as much as i hate to have to do this, i'm afraid i must un-sub.
with less than two weeks left till my wedding <gulp sweat>, and the fact
that i will be moving out of my mom's house (finally!), i won't have access
to a computer, much less email, and the remaining time i have left won't fit
computer stuff into my schedule.

i will miss the banter, and the support from all of you.

dawn

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she will also be at sf pride and since it said "the 28th and 29th"

i am hoping and praying that means she'll be at the dyke march too, even
though the sound almost always sucks.

anyone know?


happy happy joy joy,

larissa

whose best friends just had their first baby and i get to go meet him
tomorrow!!!!!!!

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melissa ( 42nat1 <mmgst11+@pitt.edu> ) wrote:
>
>but besides those 13 songs, the rest of the concert were the predictable
>"crowd pleasers" galileo, ctf, lc, etc. don't get me wrong, i love these
>songs on the albums, and performed live, heck yeah!  but, it's the crowd
>that brings 'em down for me.  what can i say, i'm not a sing-a-long type.
>maybe it's the "anti-social" in me coming out.  not that i hate people, or
>comradarie (sp?), or community, or togetherness, it's just that the songs
>are changed in their sing-a-long format in a way i dislike.  but, that's
>just mho, i'm not sayin' everyone who likes to sing along shouldn't, it's
>just not for me.

this comment just really struck me, the idea that the songs are changed
when they become a sing-a-long.  i love to hear everyone knowing all the
words to a song that's important to me, and i love most especially to
watch emily's face when it happens......but i never connect with these
songs in a concert the way i connect with them alone, or with songs that
the audience isn't singing.  i sing galileo a *lot*, basically whenever i
don't realize i'm singing i'm singing galileo.  different parts of the
song resonate at different times, and when the words aren't resonating i
kinda fly off the basic sound to put whatever emotions i've got into my
voice.  sorta the way jazz works, sorta the way chickenman seems to be
for amy, sorta the way i used to pray with hebrew i didn't understand.
that's how the meaning gets there each time, but when other folk are
singing along, when emily's singing it to be a sing-a-long, it somehow
loses the meaning that's in the words.  not that it's completely devoid
of meaning--there's certainly something to be said for 16,000+ voices
singing together--but it turns a sorta serious, sorta contemplative, song
into something way more upbeat than the lyrics suggest.  and i kinda
wonder if emily can reach that original meaning anymore, and how she
would try.


back to playing the delete game...

....audrey

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>wow, i just read an eight page ani article in the nov./dec. 1996 issue of ms.
>magazine. the back issue will cost you $9, but i could send photo copies for
>a sase.   the cover shot is great in color though, so you may want your own
>original!

if you want to read the ms. article and see the pictures on the web, go to:

http://www.isc.rit.edu/~aps0104/ani/article.html

that page has several dozen articles about ani plus pictures from those
articles scanned in. woohoo! :) alan said he'll have the new "guitar world"
pics and interview up soon as well. i love her picture in a recent spin
issue the best. if you're greedy, like me, you'll just want to download
them all. ;)

for alan's all-purpose ani page go to:

http://www.isc.rit.edu/~aps0104/ani

this is an awesome resource! everyone needs to check it out and tell alan
what a generous and cool guy he is for putting it together. :)

ani will also be on the cover of spin soon (i think next month but don't
quote me on that).

kristina

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in a message dated 97-06-09 11:31:09 edt, you write:

<< otherwise the indigo girls were
all hard sell and synergy.  hopefully they'll grow into their direction or
maybe they'll decide they've grown apart. >>

you know, i've heard this alot in the reviews that have graced this list.
i was listening to sots the other day, and it occured to me that
this album feels like a catalyst, not neccesarily of a parting of paths,
but as some kind of growth to a new form. to me, that is what makes
it compelling, and also a bit uneven. the new album feels unfinished
or something..... it's an exciting idea is not fully formed yet.
but i have no doubt that it will come together.
i think as the tour progresses there will be a growing synthesis of
the material...i think that trend is already apparent in the changes
since the first full band performances.

later !
claire

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subject:      shame on you vid at wal-mart!

hello me lovelies,
    just got back from wal mart (doing all my camp shopping, the
cashier just loved ringing up $200 worth of toothbrushes, tampons, and
other toiletries). as i was going through the music section (to buy a
million blank tapes to copy cds so me and my sister don't go through
ww3 before i leave) and i see this fun little machine that plays
samples and videos of songs.  i immediately looked for sots and by gosh
by golly it was there!  so i clicked on shame on you and it played a
video!  i'm not sure if it's the one that they have on vh1 because i've
never seen it, but i've never seen this one.  so there you have it, yes
indeedy, our friends at wal-mart (who we thought were busy destroying
small businesses everywhere)are supporting ig!

    toodles,
        leah

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okay i got this from rock on tv, thought you might find it interesting,
i have no idea what station mm stands for, but i'm sure if ya check
your tv guide you'll find out.

    whew, record posts today!
        leah
tuesday, june 10th

8:30 pm - mm - the newmusic : anti-folk (features beck, hayden, bruce
cockburn, ani difranco and others); plus spring heel jack, fiona apple,
morphine, mary jane lamond, and atari teenage riot (repeats at 12:30
am)
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subject:      re: michelle malone info? (nigc)

michelle malone has a bunch of music out there and it is all great..
my favorite is "for you not for them" which is a solo project.. "new
experience" is also a solo andhas some older stuff on it..
if you want some rocking tunes.. the first band was "michelle malone and drag
the river" and the album was titled "relentless" and the most recent band
project was "band de soleil" the album titled "redemption dream" that would
be my favorite band album and it kicks!
something also that may be available is a live recording of holiday tunes
called "a swingin' little christmas at (or in) the attic" recorded at eddie's
attic a few years back.. to add to your christmas time collection.. although
they didn't make a lot of those tapes there might still be some at rdr.. and
it is only available in tape format.  most everything, i beleive is available
through rdr and a couple may be available through daemon.. there was an
address for michelle during the credits of the ppv show the other night also.

hope this helps..

elizabeth

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> >
> >one word: logistics.
>
> that surprises me because the show at spac had a relatively late starting
> time of 8:15 and when ig took the stage, amy was wearing street

my sense was that it had less to do with show start time than the time
it takes them now to do soundcheck with all of their instruments. the
stage manager/producer at the pride festival was a friend of theirs
and those were comments she made.  she was  hopeful right up to the
end.

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>
>> susanna
>> who is glad amy took off her shoes, and even gladder that ppv isn't filmed in
>> aromavision
>>
>whaaaaaat? are you *daring* to suggest that amy's feet might stink? tsk, tsk.
>as we all know, goddesses are above such trivial human concerns as foot odor.
>kirsten
>

...which is why it's so nice to know that susie b cares enough about us mere
mortals to be concerned with our nasal well-being  <*grin*>

--audrey
*amusing herself this fine morning, if no one else

hey, i don't think i've written about this weekend's shows yet.  way cool
stuff.  one of the best damn weekends in my life, only thing keeping it
from being perfect was the absence of the one person who got me hooked on
this whole scene in the first place, my dear pal the fabulous ms andi beth
lipman.    but i got to meet some pretty cool people, too many to list
but i've gotta mention jess cantelo, one of the most amazing people i've
ever had the honor of offering my living room floor <*grin*> and amy
putnam who is one badass photographer.

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hey hey indifraus,
(and whatever the hell the male german term is - kirsten??)
mm stands for much music - the canadian version of mtv. i will tape it,
see if it's worth anything, like a tape tree or whatever..peace, kim n.v.
(who is still alive like the head in that old movie about the woman in the
car crash whose husband wants to keep her going like that pink rabbit)

on mon, 9 jun 1997, leah beth kaplan wrote:
> i have no idea what station mm stands for, but i'm sure if ya check
> your tv guide you'll find out.>  tuesday, june 10th
> 8:30 pm - mm - the newmusic : anti-folk (features beck, hayden, bruce
> cockburn, ani difranco and others); plus spring heel jack, fiona apple,

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subject:      ppv tape offer

hi guys,

now that the concert is over, i can give you more of an idea what is
possible. first let me say that the offer to make copies for anyone who
was unable to get the concert, is still open. just let me know.

the concert was great, and the tape came out fine.  the entire ppv
special is 2:47 long. its breaks down into 6 segments. the ig concert
2:03, daniel howle 10:00, ulali 10:00, "displaced in the new south" -
film 10:00, "alma" - film 10:00, and the "shame on you" w/ crdeits
4:00.

since concern was expressed to me that $10.00 was too much to have
someone send me for a copy of the concert, i would prefer if you sent
me a blank tape w/ a sase and note letting me know what parts of the
concert you want recorded and at what speed. for example, a t160 tape
would hold everything but the "alma" film at sp speed. also, with a
t160 you could record the ig concert at sp and everything else on lp
without a problem. just include a note w/ the tape saying what you
would like taped and at which speed. you can of course send two t120's.
if you really want the entire ppv special at the sp speed on one tape,
and you are unable to find a t180, you can still send a check for
$10.00 and i'll order some more tapes.

with regard to the $10.00 being high for a blank tape, i want to assure
everyone that i am just trying to recoupe my expenses. t180's are not
available in austin for less than $15.00 per tape. at least not that i
know of. so, i have to special order the tapes. the tapes cost $4.50
each, plus $19.00 dallors to have them shiped. that means they cost
about $6.50 per tape. i think you can mail a tape for 2.69, but i prefer
priority mail, which is just $3.00. so, it comes out to $9.50. normally
i wouldn't go into this kind of detail, but the crticism came from
someone who i respect because of their past contributions to the list
community. and, if you still feel uneasy about this, feel free to just
send a blank tape w/ a sase.

take care,

trant

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hey indifraus,
i'm not (entirely) german, that's how rumours get started... anyway..i,
kim of north vancouver, spent most of friday on the ticket@#*& phone line
and after much agony phoned admin only to hear from the chirpy woman
that...riverdance tickets had gone on sale that very morning..fast forward
to saturday and the lineup (with all the riverdance groupies) only to find
that my lilith fair tickets were indeed the only ig stuff happening in
vancouver in august ... oh, and my gf, saddened by my irrational fixation,
lost her sunglasses in the line up...those blasted riverdancers.
all this for a rumour..thanks kim goddess, best pal, love ya!!! kim, n.v.
(who will keep an eye out for deerlake park anyway!)
on thu, 5 jun 1997, kim: goddess in her own reality wrote:

> hey all:-} i am hearing that the girls will be at lilleth fair <sp> in
> vancouver
> (gasp!... only a bit away from where i be living!!!! ) in august and also
> doing a show at deer lake in van.... is this true??? i'd check out the
> know... locations; venues etc... i'd be most grateful:-)
> peace, kim
> ********************************************************

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this is for all the new yorkers.

i read in one of the emails that michelle malone will be playing at new
york's pride on june22.  what is new yorks pride and how do i get tickets?
thanks,
stine

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on sun, 8 jun 1997 mmedido@aol.com wrote:

>
> hmmm.... i am always amazed at how the feeling comes through in music
> whether or not i understand the language or not....

i agree!

> nach chi' (ulali)

i think this is one of the most beautiful pieces of music/singing that i
have heard in awhile, and was happy that they performed it at both
hartford and gw.  they translated it for the audience beforehand, but even
without the translation it is amazing!

happy day,
jennie

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actually, she did do a cd pressing of the christmas album this past year,
and i knwo  she is still selling it at her shows (like yesterday at
virginia-highlands summerfest)

i would have to say that while this is a fun album, and i'm glad to pull
it out every christmas, it is not representative of her stuff, and it is
also a bit dated (it was recorded the night of the 92 elections, and she
makes lots of comments about bill clinton...it's sorta fun to listen to,
but not necc the best christmas album)

does anyone know if she has continued to do the christmas shows every
year?  i saw her do one in 91 at the star bar, and it was lots of fun
(she made her mom come up and sing...)

just some info,
darren

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ok, so i know someone out there has bought too many tickets for the
chicago show and now you want to sell them.  don't you.  yes, i thought
so.  hit reply now, and tell me how much $$$ you want for 2.  thank you.

margaret

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in a message dated 97-06-09 11:22:42 edt, you write:

<< actually, its a *really* amazing song, and amy just belts it out. made a
believer outta me, and that was after multiple readings of helter skelter
  >>

                 as i said, i'd love to hear it ....i can't imagine how a
song could be constructed to sway me to l. fromme's side of the mental
choo-choo but i'm willing to give it a listen........point me in the right
direction so i can hear this wonder, please.........
                                    brian

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trant batey wrote:
>
> hi guys,
>
> since concern was expressed to me that $10.00 was too much to have
> someone send me for a copy of the concert, i would prefer if you sent
> me a blank tape w/ a sase and note letting me know what parts of the
> concert you want recorded and at what speed
>
> with regard to the $10.00 being high for a blank tape,

i don't want to stir things up, but this really bit my hindside.  anyone
who griped to trant about sending him $10 for a taped copy of the
payperview special should be ashamed of themselves.

"okay" if you couldn't get the payperview where you're at and you'd like
a copy.  but sh**, if you don't want to pay $10 for a tape of a $14.95
show, then you're doing nothing more than letching off of trent's
generosity.  certainly, trent shouldn't profit from booting the show -
but he should at least be able to share the cost of the payperview and
should be given some consideration for his time.

i guess i'm just ranting, but why should some people be able to watch
the concert for the price of a tape + postage, while others had to pony
up the $14.95 + a tape if they wanted one (or needed one if they were
booting for others)?

blah, blah, blah,
scott
crispian@writeme.com

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were not here, and hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks that
fought with us upon saint crispian's day.

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date:         mon, 9 jun 1997 15:41:19 -0400
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hi everyone,
    just wanted to share that michelle and sonia of df will be here in
maine on june 21 for portland pride. i think this is the best
entertainment that we've ever had up here in maine...second only to the
girls themselves...hope to see all of you new englanders there!
                        s

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>whatever she was doing before the show,  amy appeared to me to be
>seriously jazzed for the show doing the "clothes" rather than the
>"shoes" version of soy and really intense "blow you away" versions
>of sys and cut it out...


another thing i just remembered from the spac show that gave me
kind of a jolt at the time...when amy sang "i've got the hangman..."
line from sys, she did this gesture over her head like she was hanging
onto a noose...like how macabre is that...

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hi folks,

  i'm hoping that someone has tucker's home snail mail
address.  i have her loop tape and i'd like to return it
to her. (its a good 'un =))

                        thanks....

                             chris

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subject:      alas, i need help! this is so sad...

i am leaving for camp in a few days, so i will not be here at all this
entire summer, and i have too much to do until then to keep up with the
list, so i am signing off now. i would really love to be alerted of the
vh1 hard rock live date, though, so if someone could e me the date when
they find out, i would be eternally grateful. would anyone be willing to
do that? i really wish i didn't have to do this, but i do. do i have a
kind friend out there in cyber land that is willing to help? thank you
and good bye to all!

~andy (who is really sad and already misses the list)

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subject:      re: ulali....

dear janice,
you rule, and i love you to death~!!!!! i agree! ulali was great!!!!! they
are one of the most impressive things i've seen in a long time. danielle is
great too!!! peace, mary!!!!! {{{{{}}}}}

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subject:      michelle malone and diaapear fear at boston pride...questions

wowie!!!! i got there really early and i was right in the front, next to the
barrier thing. it was great. this was my fisrt time seeing disspear fear.
actually, it was just sonia. she was wearing this really cool armor. she can
really sing!!! ;o))) michelle malone was a goddess as usual! i liked her. i
am having trouble finding her cd's. can anybody from ma. tell me where i can
buy them? i have only heard her because she plays with the ig's a lot.hey,did
anyone who went to boston pride like sugar smack? i didn't really like them.
i didn't like the fire works either. i thought someone was bombing us!!! :p
who was that group at pride that had the fiddle player, the dark haired bob
womyn, the short haired blonde womyn, and the djembe player? they were great.
if i had had some cash i would have bought their cd... ok... see y'all later.
mary

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"susan b. marine" said:
>the new bumper sticker
>prompted the guy who pumps my gas  to say "ya know, if you really like the
>indigo girls, i could etch them into a window tint job fer like, nuthin' extra"
>thanks pal! i'm sure amy and emily woulkd be *thrilled* if i had indigo girls
>in 3 foot text plastered across my saturn's back window. what's next? mudflaps?

hey...what's the address for those mudflaps again???? is a barefoot on 'em???
;-) lisa


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seriously, it's only life afterall." --emily saliers

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hi all,

as many of you know, the girls play the blossom music center this thurs,
june 12 at 8. (woohoo!!!)

i have two tix for sale, not together, but in the same section...both tix
are in sect 26, one in row r seat 12, one in row a seat 21. they cost me $35
ea w/the ticketmonster charge and i'm sellin' 'em for $25 each.  i'll sell
one or both and either meet you there or overnight 'em (you pay overnight
charge, sorry, i'm a starving grad student. email me if you're interested.
peace,
lisa


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>melissa ( 42nat1 <mmgst11+@pitt.edu> ) wrote:
>>that brings 'em down for me.  what can i say, i'm not a sing-a-long type.
>>maybe it's the "anti-social" in me coming out.  not that i hate people, or
>>comradarie (sp?), or community, or togetherness, it's just that the songs
>>are changed in their sing-a-long format in a way i dislike.  but, that's
>>just mho, i'm not sayin' everyone who likes to sing along shouldn't, it's
>>just not for me.

melissa brought up the subject of sing-alongs and it seemed a fine
opportunity to mention an observation. does anyone else get a total kick
out of reading comments here on the list about how surprised amy and/or
emily (usually emily) looked after fans knew the words to popular songs?
they've only performed galileo 5 billion times and all the boots i've ever
heard the audience clearly knows the song so you'd think they'd have lost
that 'surprised' look on their faces by now. :) i see it more as pleasure
or happiness (emily's big smile) rather than a look of surprise. i just
can't believe emily is still seriously surprised that people know the words
to galileo or lc. now if the audience didn't sing along then we'd really
see a look of surprise on both their faces. :)

i like the sing-alongs personally, they make me happppppy.

kristina

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hi folks!

(sorry for the flood of posts.) i've been wanting to pick up more ig boots
and have not emailed people because i had nothing to trade. now i do! i have
a bunch of the ig calenders and 5 sots posters. (have to mention here that
out of the kindness of her heart, twink was cool enough to start off my boot
collection last week w/ ar's "color me grey" and ig @ carrboro, nc in 88).
anyone interested in trading email me. thanks!!
lisa


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i listened to the fm broadcast last night of the "girls" at great woods,
boston --

it was such a great performance that i had to sub to the list this
morning!!!!

my apologies for newness if this has already been discussed earlier
today:

was the concert "live" last night or was this one of those recorded
earlier and broadcast later concerts????

assuming it was live and others heard the concert last night as well,
can someone please post a setlist?  i'm fairly new to the girls' music
and could use a bit of help with the song titles.

cheers, and thanks in advance.
- marty

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hello!

i've been flooded with requests for the ig+ani difranco boot...and i'm
still looking for it!!!  if i hear anything i'll let ya'll know!  if you
can think of a place where people might have it--please feel free to
post my request there.  i need to ask tho that you add a line that would
explain that i am looking for it.  i don't mean to sound rude but i got
home from work and found 148 e-mails on my computer and i get the digest
version!!!  help!!!  i promise that if i find it i'll let ya'll know and
we'll work something out then!

on another note...

i pulled out my copy of watershed and noticed that imho amy looks a lot
like melissa etheridge (my other favorite)  in hammer and nail...
hair/playing/dancing/soul?!?  anyone?!?

ps it's just a thought...if you feel it's outrageous that i suggest it,
please don't flame me.  if you still feel that you have to, please do it
thru private e-mail so that everyone else doesn't have to have their
pages filled with it.

ruthie (who still has a sore throat from the pnc concert!!!  ; x )

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hi everybody,

i am new to the list and would like to obtain as many bootlegs as possible.
i am looking for tuesday's children, color me grey, blue food, live at the
purplr parrot and any others in existance. i am also looking for a copy of
"shades of indigo". if you want to trade, let me know at
stokacentral@hotmail.com

yours truly,
stoka

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subject:      *tentitive* caramia chords

ok, i'm going to maintain my motto of "i don't know nuthin bout nuthin."
and post these chords. keep in mind i really don't know how to play guitar
properly. part of the fun is in fooling everyone to think i really do.  =
)  i was lying in bed playing around with my guitar, feeling kinda lazy,
and i decided to try to find the caramia chords. it was actually easy,
which means they are (more than likely) wrong. *smile* i urge you to
change and correct them. play around with the key and the chords. the ones
i'm posting are just for guidence, i guess.

capo 5 (galileo flashback?)

beginning

asus 002200
a/dsomething 002230
a 002220
asus 002200
em 022000

kind of do that for the beginning, then the funky weird electric guitar
thing sounds like:

asus 002200
bsus(?) 004400
??  007700
?? 006600
esomething 002000

ok, i guess that's it. i heard some d9's thrown around, too,  but play
around with this and maybe someone will stumble upon the real chords.  = )

happy 9th of june!

-liz-(who brought "chickenman" in to work today and let the kids dance to
it!)

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hi kind friends..
   i am making a tape for my roomie before we part for summer and i am
including the ep and more early recordings volume 1.  however, i took the
case with the song titles home already.  i know one of you out there also
has this now forbiden cd and if you could email me the song titles in
order i'd really appreciated it, as would my roommate.
thanks..
peace,
em

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at 12:19 pm 6/9/97 -0400, elizabeth deschesne wrote:
>michelle malone
>something also that may be available is a live recording of holiday tunes
>called "a swingin' little christmas at (or in) the attic" recorded at eddie's
>attic a few years back.. to add to your christmas time collection.. although
>they didn't make a lot of those tapes there might still be some at rdr.. and
>it is only available in tape format.

actually.....to my great delight this past x-mas when i visited rdr i found
michelle's xmas special thingy had been re-issued on cd.....i most certainly
concur with emo here that it's a must-have for any and all mm fans...the
beatnick version of "twas the night before christmas" is alone worth the
cash.... :)

back to our regular scheduled programming.....


kat

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                 we still call it suicide?"
                         - cooper seay

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                 without feeling you can't exist."
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no way!  emily plays lights?  then i'm not a *wimp* for refusing to move
up to mediums?  woo-hoo!!!!

deb the indigeek

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subject:      re: ppv offer

dear people,

i am going to have to close my offer for the ppv for now.  i have more
requests than i expected, and i do want to be sure everyone gets their tape
in a timely fashion.  like while we're still young <grin>

so, for now, i really can't take any more requests.  sorry!!!!!  hopefully
after i get all these done, i can offer again =)

lisa

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in a message dated 97-06-09 13:08:14 edt,leah writes:

<< so there you have it, yes
indeedy, our friends at wal-mart (who we thought were busy destroying
small businesses everywhere)are supporting ig! >>

weeelllll..... maybe it means that ig is actually big business ;)

(very big, if i read the faq right)
:) ta !
claire

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i may have one ticket for the indigo girls in kettering for sale. it's not
for sure yet. this is a good seat: section a, cc. in the pavilion...

anyone interested?

$30 (my cost)

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hi everybody!

     shila and i will be cruising south from eugene all the way to san diego
and back up with this leg of the tour.  we've been watching the list for info
about list gatherings for the shows from san diego to champoeg.   leaving fom
eugene on 6/28 for pride in san fran.  then on to san diego.  we'd love to
meet as many of you as possible!     if you are planning something, please
let us know, or i guess we'll read it on the list and crash your party!!!  :)
i'd love to help in any way i can to get the info out.  we will be in all of
these cities:

7/1 san diego  (we are arriving a few hours pre-show, we'd love to get
together with folk either inside or out.)

7/2  l.a. (hi alison! thx for all the greek info)

7/5 berkeley (hi tom!)

7/7 jacksonville, or  (we'll be camped out early with all you others..p.j.?
anyone? i know there are many others.  we can take turns going on coffee,
snacks, or beer "runs".  i imagine all of us crammed up against the fence,
listening to sound check will be our "list gather!" can't wait.  i know we'll
wait inside for a couple hours too.  i love the britt, it's neat-o.  hell,
anything i.g.  would appear at is beautious in my book!)

7/9 and 7/10 champoeg st. park (ahh yes, last stop on our trek.  we will be
camping here for two days.  call 1 800 452 5687 for camping reservations.  i
think we could make this pretty fun if lots of ya'll camp too!  a big 2 day
list party.  i'll have my mustard yellow vw camper van there, you can't miss
it!)

ok well, i hope everybody has their tickets ready!  we have six sets in our
grimey little hands!  see you there!

catherine and shila

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subject:      re: wild horses

in a message dated 97-06-08 23:22:46 edt, you write:

<< > i'm assuming that you know it's a rolling stones song. if you didn't
know,
> then that's probably where you've heard it before.
>
> sari


additionally, the sundays covered it few years back, as well.  the song
(according to michael stipe) was originally written about heroin
addiction...it just happens to come across as a beautiful love song, as well.
= )

jennifer w.
  >>

geez, i thought it was a neil young song...

                                       ~liz~

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hey all,

i'm sorry to ask, but i just don't know.  (and can't find out anywhere
else)  when are the tix for lilith fair at columbus, oh going on sale?
the date was originally june 14, but it was changed (someone informed us).
what is that new date?!?  (hoping i didn't miss it!!!!)  peace, melissa

-find myself becoming more immobile, when i think a little girl in the
world can't do anything -e.s.

-got to learn to respect what we don't understand -a.r.

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subject:      saratoga shows...

i have gained so much respect for the indigo girls and their fans.  i went to
both the indigo girls concert and the dave matthews concert (the night
before).  at the dave concert (i don't know if y'all heard) there was a major
riot.  i was trampled by the lawn crowd...hurt and i had to leave (crying i
might add).  i had never been so scared or disgusted in my life.  i left
having no faith in humanity and was scared to go to the indigo girls the
following night.  they made me feel so much better.  they are so amazing and
i have so much respect for their fans.  i would like to thank everyone that
was there for helping me to regain some faith in this world.

i have never posted on here before so i hope i did it right.  thanks for
listening, my name is erin.

peace.

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in a message dated 97-06-09 15:01:26 edt, elizabeth deschesne
<tunegal3@aol.com writes:

> something also that may be available is a live recording of holiday tunes
>  called "a swingin' little christmas at (or in) the attic" recorded at
eddie's
>  attic a few years back.. to add to your christmas time collection..
although
>  they didn't make a lot of those tapes there might still be some at rdr..
and
>  it is only available in tape format.

actually, i was in rdr on saturday, and they had 4 or 5 copies of the
christmas recording on cd.    you may want to call them, i'm sure they still
have some!

=)
lisa

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hi - for the pre-fraze party, i understand that directions are needed.
hope these help....any questions, please feel free to email me (or
drew).
see you there!!!
alycia


damons:
phone (937)294-7427
262 e. stroop rd
kettering ohio 45429

directions to damons:

************************************** directions above
******************************

*from 675* (this is the easiest way)....

wilmington exit (south) (if you see kohls dept store, you have turned
the wrong way).
south on wilmington to stroop road. (on the corner of stroop and
wilmington is a huge meijers store).
take a left onto stroop.
follow stroop to town and country shopping center located on stroop
between shroyer and far hills ave.
damons is in town and country right next to the gap.

on 675 watch for police!!!

* from 70 (from indianapolis) - take 75 south and follow directions
below*

* from 70 (from columbus) - take 675 south and follow directions above *

************************************ directions below
********************************

* from 75 (from toledo) *

        take 75 south to 675 and follow directions above

        - or -

        if you're adventurous take 75 s to dryden road exit.  off the exit,
take a left...follow to dorothy lane.  take dorothy lane to far hills
ave and take a right (you will be next to a shell gas station and an
arrow wine)...take far hills to stroop rd. town and country shopping
center is on stroop between far hills and shroyer rd.  damons is in town
and country by the gap.

***********************************************
any questions, please feel free to email me.
see you soon.
alycia

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this concert was truely great.  i saw them at the mann in philly last
weekend, and on ppv friday, but saratoga was totally *cool*.  both amy
and emily seemed totally into the show , i thought that they would be
tired, but it was the best.  this was my sixth concert this year and
it was the most rocking one.  i won't see them again til august and i
can't wait.
the music rocks,
patt

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on mon, 9 jun 1997, mary teresa combs wrote:

> who was that group at pride that had the fiddle player, the dark haired bob
> womyn, the short haired blonde womyn, and the djembe player? they were great.

that would be chapter in verse ... they are a local band who have been
playing around boston, quincy, and salem quite a bit in the past year or
so.  if you want to catch them again, they are playing every monday night
of june at bill's bar on lansdowne in boston.  they have a few other
dates coming up as well, i believe.  for more info, check out their home
page maintained by karen partanen at http://www.ziplink.com/~kpartan

i'm sure they would appreciate the support at upcoming shows.

i hadn't seen them in quite a while before pride and they are really
growing fast.  they showed a lot of energy and some new tricks with a new
bassist and violin.

karen

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hkf's!

        anyone else notice how both amy and emily (but especially amy) like
to use certain words in their songs, e.g. stones, bones, town, and blood....

        i *really* dig the way amy sings these words, almost always looooow
and sloooow...

        my favorite boot of soy is the mamakin boot (actually the radio
portion of the boot) where amy drags out tooooowwwwnnn for what seems like
forever at the end of the song.....

        roadblock trippin' up in gainesviiillllee tooooooooowwwwnnnnnn

        i don't know why, but these key words just strike me right in the
heart and make me feel all melty :)

the poultryman~

        it sounds really cool to be without a care in some southern
tooooowwnnn....;)

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k's choice at the metro june 10..check it out if ya can
also for you door county wisc folk...ulali will be at the doors community
auditorium on june 21....

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>>okay i got this from rock on tv, thought you might find it interesting,
i have no idea what station mm stands for, but i'm sure if ya check
your tv guide you'll find out
tuesday, june 10th
8:30 pm - mm - the newmusic : anti-folk (features beck, hayden, bruce
cockburn, ani difranco and others); plus spring heel jack, fiona apple,
morphine, mary jane lamond, and atari teenage riot (repeats at 12:30
am)>>
hhmm... i believe that mm stands for much music which is that new music
television station.they play mostly alternative music its channel 42 at my
house.
cool. thanks for the post i'll have to check it out :-)

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hi all!

   just a quick question.  did someone post something regarding a "pride
event" (parade or such) taking place in maine?  or am i just crazy?  i
mentioned it to another listee who said they hadn't seen it?  if anyone
has info on this... or would like to, in fact, confirm that i am
crazy... please email me privately!

    thanks in advance for any help! (maybe i am nuts?)

   see ya,
>    twink!  (bridget)
>
>   *******
>    amy:  "i'm always kickin' things over!"
>    emily:  "you're so rowdy!"
>    amy:  "sprawlin'... flailin'..."
>   *******

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hey y'all!

        the woodlands show is only about two weeks away! :)  time to
finalize plans for a pre-concert list gathering.  last i heard it was at
joe's crab shack on i-45.
        jen...any modifications, instructions, directions?????
the show starts at 7:30pm.  what time should we meet...about 5:30???

        anyone else interested in going please contact me or jen hall at
jchall@earthlink.net.

the poultry dude~
tony

i       tony, da chickenman - houston, texas, usa       g
n                                                       i
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i       of culture that swoop like vultures eating      l
g       us away to our extinction -  emily              s
o

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they go on sale sat june 21, 10 am sharp.  see ya in line, i'll bring the
twister and donuts, you bring the coffee. :-)
lisa

>hey all,
>
>i'm sorry to ask, but i just don't know.  (and can't find out anywhere
>else)  when are the tix for lilith fair at columbus, oh going on sale?
>the date was originally june 14, but it was changed (someone informed us).
>what is that new date?!?  (hoping i didn't miss it!!!!)  peace, melissa
>
>-find myself becoming more immobile, when i think a little girl in the
>world can't do anything -e.s.
>
>-got to learn to respect what we don't understand -a.r.
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seriously, it's only life afterall." --emily saliers

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hi folks,
wow! that was quite a response.  i've emailed everyone who emailed me so
far.  all the posters are gone.  if i emailed you, i'm holding em until we
work out the details.  i have a couple more calendars, but i'm gonna have to
hold off and repost the offer again later.  i can't afford any more postage
at this point!
thanks again and a second apology for today's posting frenzy,
peace,
lis


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seriously, it's only life afterall." --emily saliers

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        sixteen black churches burning on the tv
        all the way from texas to tennessee
        a politician locks my eye and says to me,
        there is no crises here
        there's no conspiracy
                                ~leeds (emily sailers)

        on the front page of today's houston chronicle:

        report finds no evidence of wide conspiracy in church fires

washington - a federal task force set up last year to deal with church
burnings said sunday that evidence thus far still does not support fears of
a national conspiracy but acknowledged that the burnings continue...


        how's that for well-spent tax dollars???

"the only thing necessary for evil to prevail is that good men <and women>
do nothing"
        ~ thomas paine (i think :o)

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happened to be mentioning to a trucker friend about the fantastic show at
gw when he told me he met up with one of igs equipment trucks on the road
fri. am on the way to gw. was told on cb the seven equipment trucks and
four buses for band are all...what else but blue! their 11 units sounded
like a decent amount till you compare it to the stones 42 units on their
last tour-but whos counting?

speaking of those old fellas, ya start feeling old yourself when the
first chords to wild horses(my all time fav), begin and your one of the
only ones to recognize it right away. loved their version at gw!
and whats with amy's back to the audience; dont remember that from other
shows...then again could be my memory...

                                                still rockin,

                                                lisa

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hello to everybody :)

i'm new on the list.  i've been just sitting around and reading for the past
week to get the 'feel' of the list.  but i was wondering.  can people just
write in and tell about their lives (you know, ig included and everything)
or is that not acceptable?

just wonderin'
angie

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hello once again kind friends..
    a friend of mine who plays the piano/guitar is looking for the music
to jewel's song "angel standing by."  i really don't know what she needs
b/c i'm not much a musician myself, but she just wants to be able to play
it on the piano or guitar.  anyway, if any of you have this info or know
where i could get it i'd really appreciate it.  even if someone happens to
know the jewel listserve addy..
thank you.. and sorry for the lack of igc..
peace,
em

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subject:      michelle malone at *which* pride fest?

i thought i read a post earlier that mentioned that michelle malone might
be playing at san francisco pride on the 28-29.  according to the official
atlanta pride festival guide (which i was very happy to pick up at tower
records here in nashville:), michelle is supposed to be playing at atlanta
pride on sunday, 6/29, along with kristin hall.  what gives?  does anyone
know where ms. malone will be?  btw, according to the atlanta pride guide,
on fri. 6/27, disappear fear will be playing, and on sat. 6/28, dede vogt,
doria roberts, mary fortune express (featuring chris mcguire?), caroline
aiken, and viva la diva will be performing.  and also on 6/28, candace
gingrich is scheduled to speak.

i'd still like to know *which* pride festival michelle will be playing.
i'm going to atlanta pride, btw...

peace and nifty music,

joan :-d

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subject:      please help:  need indigo  articles/interviews/profiles/etc. for
              upcoming feature article

hi all,

i hope some of you wonderful indigo pack rats  have saved
various ig articles to your hard drives that could possibly be emailed
to me.  in particular the last two years or even earlier if there is
any info you may feel is relevant or unique.

for instance, pieces from their hiatus activities, their ventures to
chiapas and the honor the earth campaign, daemon articles, as
well as the current "stomp and stammer" and "atlanta" pieces
or whatever else that may be out there that i might have missed.
actually.....anything.

my editor assigned me to do a feature cover on the girls when they hit
the west coast and i want as much info that i can sift through.  i
would much rather have the gift of abundance than the pain of famine.
i want to cover my bases since my interview request may not be granted
until the very last minute and i want a solid base to work with
beforehand.

please note this is a feature that will not include any information
from their personal lives.  my main focus is their music, the honor
the earth campaign,  including their activism and involvement in
chiapas.  plus i want to explore the connection they have with their
fans including the impact they have on their listeners lives as well
as their growing famly on the internet.  personal stories or anecdotes
any of you may have on how your lives have been touched would
also be considered.

i am also looking for sales numbers and their various entries on the
billboard charts for each of their albums.  also, if any of you know
the numbers from the pay per view that would be swell but i'm sure
i can get that from russell carter.

anyway, sorry for rambling on but this is really important to me and i
want to do the best possible feature on amy and emily as i can.  so
any and all help, big or small, would be greatly appreciated.  and i
will do my best to make some type of mention to those who assisted
in this research.

thanks again....i look forward to receiving tons of wonderful email.

tt    :-)

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subject:      anyone have the kmtt interview?

hi...i taped the kmtt interview (4-3-97) off real audio but some of it is
fuzzy...does anyone have the broadcast version?  i have the show...just need
the interview.  i'm sure i have  *something* to trade :)

jude :)

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from:         "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
subject:      maine pride, as opposed to ramen pride

--- you wrote:
   just a quick question.  did someone post something regarding a "pride
event" (parade or such) taking place in maine?
--- end of quoted material ---

hi there...there is indeed a maine pride festival in portland on saturday (the
21st) and i believe me and some of my muses ;) will be heading that way to see
michelle malone play at sister's the night before....
sorry i don't have more info....

xo, sus

"you can't beat that with a stick!"

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hey, any and all interested atlanta folks...k's choice will be on the
live x on 99x this friday at 1 pm.  just thought you'd like to know!

see ya,
amy

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well, sadly i must pack up my computer, so i must say good bye to y'all.
i'm going to log on when i get home, so i can luckily stay on all summer.
for those of who who said you had tapes from me, i would greatly appreciate
it if you could email again when i get my new addy. i'm sorry, but i can't
print out all the emails.

thanks so much. see you in a few!

sari

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subject:      problem dubbing audio

guys,

this is a heads up to people getting a copy of the ppv special. a friend
that i made a copy for on the lp speed said the sound came out muffled.
i don't have this problem w/ my vcr's since they are hi-fi. but, regular
vcrs do not use the same audio track as the hi-fi vcr, and appearently
there is a significant loss in quality on the sound track when dubbing
from sp to lp. there may be a loss in quality anytime you dub a non-hi-fi
tape, i don't know. but, if you really want a good tape i suggest that
you send a t180 or t160 or settle for just the ig concert part of the
special.

i'd like to stay away from sending 2 t120's because it really slows down
dubbing. remeber, this thing is 3hrs long.

thank you,

trant

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hey y'all!

i haven't been reading the list recently, so while cleaning up my mailbox i
realized i missed this post from sundara:

>>germany/overseas: kathrin (who's email addy i have lost--baaad sundara,
kathrin, could you post to the list saying that you are an overseas
branch for the kmtt/austin boot, so people have your email--thanks!)<<

ok, i'm your missing overseas branch;-).
my addy: kathrinsiegmund@compuserve.com

so far, i have had only two requests:-(. i'm sure there have to be more
than two european ig fans interested in this boot. sundara is right, it
really is great! so, drop me a line, if you'd like to get a copy.

peace
and
take care,
kathrin

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i have two extra tickets for sale at the starplex in dallas on june 28th.  lower
section - center stage.  row v seats 45 and 46.

email me soon if you are interested.

david hanson
dhanson@mailclerk.ecok.edu
or
dhanson@chickasaw.com

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hey gang...

when i first set up my shaming of the sun tour archives site i was thinking
it wasn't going to be hard to gather all the set lists for the various shows
and compile them in one place. afterall, this list can pretty anal about
such things:)

but alas some shows seem to have fallen on the wayside and i find that i'm
missing several setlists. if i could i'd supply andi lipman with a lap top
and send her on the entire tour just so she could e-me nicely formatted
complete setlists, but no such luck this year (sorry andi). so, i'm asking
for volunteers. if you are attending a future show and would be willing to
jot down the set list for my site, i will promise you your name in lights
(well, at least a thank you on the web in 10 point type :). if interested,
please email me and i'll set up a list. i'd like to be able to rely on at
least one listee for each show. there's a show tonight so if you're going
and are willing to bring a pen and piece of paper along, let me know.

in the meantime i'm on the hunt for the following setlists and info:
setlist: march 26th calvin college / grand rapids, mi
setlist: april 9th u of tulsa / tulsa,ok
setlist: may 18th auburn u / auburn, al
setlist: may 22nd worlds fair park / knoxville
setlist: may 27th classic amp / richmond, va
setlist: may 31st the meadows / hartford, ct
setlist: june 2nd mercury lounge / nyc
setlist: june 9th st denis / montreal

i would also like to know the names of the two songs sung by disappear fear
at wolf trap on may 28th.

and what was the name of the song danielle howle sang at great woods during
ig's set? (greg flamer is dying to know too, right greg? ;)

and finally, can someone please verify that ig only did two songs for their
encore at saratoga springs.

thanks muchly,

deb

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hey everyone,

to those who let me know when the tix go on sale, thank you!  i know now,
10am june 21st.  i knew i could count on ya'll. :)  peace, melissa

-find myself becoming more immobile, when i think a little girl in the
world can't do anything -e.s.

-got to learn to respect what we don't understand -a.r.

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subject:      re: michelle malone (in nyc)
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on sun, 8 jun 1997, jenniferannrebekahbubka wrote:

> playing alone twice at the end of june in nyc. the first date is june 22,
> at ny pride (where exactly i don't know), and the second date is june 23,
> at a great small club called the fez. i'm not quite sure how to get tickets
> to fez, but if anyone does know i'd love the info.

i saw michelle at the fez in march.  it was an incredible show!  the deal
with the fez is you call and make a reservation, no tickets.  the number
is (212) 533-2680.  there's a recording that lists upcoming shows and
afgter it, you leave a message saying which show you wanna see.  shows
are generally listed, at most 2 weeks in advance.  as of today, the mm
show was not yet on the recording so you can't make a reservation yet.
my guess would be around fri.  but last time i went i didn't even have a
reservation and it wasn't a problem.  but if you know you're gonna go,
best to make one.  shows do sell out there (eg. dar williams a week or two
ago, not that i saw the show.)  (oh, and las time it was $10.)

as for ny pride.  since it says on her web site that she's playing on the
22nd, my best guess would be it's at bryant park which is where
the sort of pride week kickoff takes place that day.  she's not listed in
the ny pride guide as on of the confirmed performers but it was published
awhile ago so that doesn't mean she won't be there.  you can call
(212) 80-pride to find out more.

also, there's an add in the ny pride guide for michelle's new cd,
"beneath the devil moon" which it says will be out on july 1! (too bad
it's not coming out a bit earlier so i could acclimate myself to it prior
to the fez show.)


       -colleen
(who just 3 months ago was whining to this list saying,
"mm show?  i don't know if i'm gonna go" but went and now knows better and
encourages you all to go, go, go!)

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subject:      wild horses

hey....
what did you all think of wild horses on pay-per-view?   i thought that it
was really incredible and michelle malone can wail... i hear that her new
album is incredible....
respond to me personally and let me know what you think of her....
-ss

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i haven't yet seen a montreal review, so i'll do my best to describe such
an amazing show.  i'm fairly new at this(it was my eighth show) so tread
lightly on me. from the beginning of ulali's opening act, i knew the show
was going to be a special one.  it was nothing like saratoga a few nights
before where the crowd was quiet, uninvolved and often impolite.  last night,
everyone was crazy, (except for the poor people in the balcony who didn't e
seem to get very involved.)  the crowd loved ulali!  at the end of their act
they received an enthusiastic standing ovation, and during the girls' songs,
everyone cheered for ulali's amazing vocals and cute dances. between sets,
the crowd stood up and moved up to the stage, so that there was a large group
of people in a small hot area.  but, that was the best part.  the crowd had
such a high energy level, that amy and emily must have felt it,because they
sure did rock last night.  i can't remember ever having so much fun at a
show.  everyone was dancing and singing to almost all of the songs, and in
general, i found that everyone was polite and very quiet for the slower new
songs.  amy had a new outfit on (new to me at least)  she wore baby blue,
polyester pants that were fairly tight with black boots and a light colored
buttondown.  emily just had on black and white sneakers, a buttondown and jeans
my favorite song of the night had to be the chickenman encore, but i thought
every song was done very well, except for caramia (we could barely hear the
vocals).  amy was consistent with her recent performances, in that she was
very enthusiastic, smiley and always jamming.  emily looked 100% better than
at saratoga.  she seemed very tired and quiet at saratoga, but last night she
was talkative and very happy.  these are the songs from last night; the order
is most likely incorrect because i don't have the memory, and i was just
having too much fun to pay attention, but here goes:
mystery
shame on you
least complicated
don't give that girl...
get out the map
cut it out
three hits
it's alright
burn all the letters
power of two
tried to be true
leeds
shed your skin
hey kind friend
everything in it's own time
caramia
reunion(the girls changed their setlist for this crowd request.  this song
was a lot of fun)
scooter boys(no chickenman insert)
galileo
------encore---
blood quantum(a new arrangement with ulali they had learned that day. this
song rocked!)
chickenman(no mr. buzzard)
closer to fine
overrall, this show was just wonderful. the venue was nice, security was
very kind, the crowd was very energetic, amy and emily were happy, and
everyone was dancing!  honestly, i don't think i've ever had so much fun at
a show.  afterall, i'm still smiling:)

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from:         liz turcotte <lturcotte@star.net>
subject:      great woods radio tree

condition of tape: excellent, except there is one teeny problem. galileo
is cut off. completely. i apologize profusely, and i offer my first born
as a sign of sorrow and regret. having said that, if ya'll still want the
boot, here are the tree branches. if you happen to be on my list of faboo
branches, but are unable to help out, just let me know. =  ) thanks for
your help, everyone! this wouldn't have happened without you...

cancer branch:  mandi martin (mandi96@airmail.net)

leo branch:  caroline  (hac@quiknet.com)

virgo branch:  cathy (zmft36a@prodigy.com)

libra branch:  jude (hunterj1@aol.com)

sagitarius branch: kirsten chevalier (kirsten@spike.wellesley.edu)

scorpio branch:  john miller (jmiller@wdl.lmco.com)

capicorn branch (yeah! go caps!):  jen lucero (jlucero@mail.conmouth.com)

pisces branch:  karen asiu  (kla@aloha.net)

aquarius branch: mike paluzzi (mpaluzzi@spatial.maine.eud)

taurus branch:  "lone star" (lonestar@dfwmm.net)

gemini branch: liz turcotte (me!!    lturcotte@star.net)

aries branch:  nick fessler (nfessler@indiana.edu)

*whew*! there it is. if any addresses are wrong, please contact me. you
will need two 60-minute tapes to send to the branches (the concert was 2
hours). and a nice note telling them how great they are for doing this. =
)

any questions, e-me!  (and go visit my page (please)...i just updated my
pictures with lift, michelle malone, and the ig)

*liz*
lturcotte@star.net
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subject:      great woods radio2

sorry, i meant to add in my last post that the people i have already
promised the tape to need not bother with e-mailing the branches. (joni,
kyle, julie, michelle, cherie, pam, etc)


-liz-

*hey kind friend, remember who i am*

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hi everyone!  i miss you all...i can only get to my e-mail sporatically so
i have not been able to sign on the list, but i hope someone can help me
out with info on where to call for tix to the july 5 show at the greek in
berkeley.

thanks!!!
:) marianne
still the lone coyote

p.s. hi to carolyn chow....write me
hi to carolyn rosevelt....i'll be in santa cruz next monday
hi to pj & daemon & binky & all the other cool pnw people i know
hi to tony fraps
hi to joan cyr....my sister loved the moa pix
hi to seona....a&r forever!

okay i feel like that was a high school yearbook dedication, i'll go now
and stop wasting your bw.... (bad me)
:)

~o~
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/_\     hate me cause i'm different, hate me cause i'm gay
((      truth of the matter come around one day,
         and it's alright."
                --emily saliers

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subject:      1200/gw concert

ok ok, i now know that i truly as obsessed with the indigo girls. = ) i
was listening to the gw boot, and em was introducing bmhawk. "we're gonna
do a song by buffy saint-maire..." and in my mind, i was already ready for
"it's called bmhawk."  from 1200. instead, since it was the gw boot, not
1200,  em said "where's ulalee?" and i started laughing my tuckus off.
they both rhymed!! ha ha ah ahahahahaha! why aren't you laughing? well, i
seemed funny to me at the time. hmm..maybe it's a "had-to-be-there" thing.


-liz-

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subject:      wedding on same day as pine knob

hey all!

life can be bitter-sweet.  my wedding is on sat. 6/14, the same day as the
pine knob, mi show.  i love my fiance a lot
(mary aka indigo1567 on the list), and i wanted to make that known to all our
friends on the list.  i love amy and emily too
(so does mary), but we do need to make choices.  we did think of inviting
them through their manager, but they'd probably be too tired after the show.
we'll be thinking of them.

does anyone think that "love will come to you" can be danced to (slow dance)?
if you have any ideas, let us know.

lol-joe --just another heterosexual on the list;-)

"i say love will come to you, just because i spoke the words that they're
true, as if i've offered up a crystal ball to look through, where there's now
one, there will be two."-e. saliers

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subject:      nigc k.d. lang fan

does anyone know if k.d. lang has a mailing list like this one.  i like k.d.
a lot, and she does have a fan club with a e-mailing list, but i thought $35
was a little high, and i still don't know much about it (good graphics on the
home page!).  if anyone has any ideas, let me know.  thanks!-oregon95

"i went to the doctor, i went to the mountains.  i looked to the children, i
drank from the fountain.  there's more than one answer to these questions
pointing me in a crooked line.  the less i seek my source of some definitive,
the closer i am to fine."-e. saliers

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subject:      montreal tickets

my friend and i are condiering driving up to motreal from boston for the
lilith fair (long story but it's the only one withinn a day's drive we can
make) anyway, how do you get tickets for a canadian show? is it better to do
it over the internet or by phone? oh, and does anyone know how long it takes
to get to montreal from boston? thanx!!

-becky

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deb reiser wrote:
>

> and what was the name of the song danielle howle sang at great woods during
> ig's set? (greg flamer is dying to know too, right greg? ;)
>

  - hi deb,
  i believe the danielle howle song in the ig set was "i held the
satchel". it's on her "live at mckissick museum" cd.
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date:         tue, 10 jun 1997 19:49:26 -0400
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hi all...

   sorry to make another plea like this, but a friend called & is going
to be in sf the last week in june and she wanted me to check the www to
see if it is pride week out there?  and, if so, could i get any info on
this event?  possibly some suggestions of web sites that might help me
get this info to her?

    if you know of any cool glb places to visit or hang out in sf, i'd
like to get that info as well.

    gee, after all this cool info on the pride events in maine i've
already gotten (michelle malone & disappear fear)... i wish i were able
to go myself!  :-(  (oh, well...)

    thanks y'all!  hope to see some of you at blossom on thursday!

      twink!  (bridget)
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    emily:  "you're so rowdy!"
    amy:  "sprawlin'... flailin'..."
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> does anyone think that "love will come to you" can be danced to (slow dance)?
>  if you have any ideas, let us know.

sure it can!  make up the steps if you have to, or just stand there
an sway (that's how i plan to get through my couple's dance) =)

on a side note, kim and i are thiking of using "hey kind friend" as
the final slow song of the evening for our wedding.  lots of people
will be flying in for it and we just don't get to see them enough.
to bad the event will be on the cape and not on puget sound....

i'd like to use strange fire somewhere -- its one of the greatest
verbalizations of what love is capable of that i know.  i'm just
afraid how my very catholic family will react to the "mercenaries of
the shrine" verse.  on the otherhand, i know the priest would love it!

                        -- chris

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subject:      great woods dgtgag question

ok, for all of us "every little detail" people ...

first amy's guitar goes outta tune (right?), then the next one isn't in tune
to begin with (right?) ... well with that second guitar - did she put it down
behind her, or toss it ????

if you listen closely during the ppv tape, you hear a "thud" right about the
time show would have taken it off to hand back to the tech ....

just curious

chris (who's now caught up on all her mail after a weekend in virginia seeing
commonbond record cd #3 live !! and dc seeing the sights and then philly to
relax !)

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you wrote-----
>i was listening to the gw boot, and em was introducing bmhawk. "we're
gonna
>do a song by buffy saint-maire..." and in my mind, i was already ready
for
>"it's called bmhawk."  from 1200. instead, since it was the gw boot,
not
>1200,  em said "where's ulalee?" and i started laughing my tuckus off.
>they both rhymed!! ha ha ah ahahahahaha! why aren't you laughing?

i am laughing!!! i find it really amusing because i did the exact same
thing just about an hour ago!!! seriously!! i was watching the ppv show
(again) and i was talking along with em and i said "it's called bmhawk"
at the same time she said "where's ulali" and i thought hah, that
rhymes. it was a riot. to me. and you i guess.


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in a message dated 97-06-10 15:08:48 edt, deb writes:

<< and what was the name of the song danielle howle sang at great woods
during
ig's set? (greg flamer is dying to know too, right greg? ;) >>

"i held the satchel "

... walked like a lawyer
  .... talked like a mother
    ..... loved like sister

eyo eyo eyo eyoyoyo :)
claire

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hey y'all! i've got a friend who's really interested in ulali. does anyone
know if they have a web page page? if so, url? also, do they have an album
out? she's been looking but has yet to find one. thanks!

jendy

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hey gang!

i just wanted to let you know that so far i have received $250 in donations
for the billings house in honor of emily's birthday. if you sent me a
donation and included your email address, you will be getting a
confirmation from me soon.

two hundred and fifty dollars is a great start, but please keep those
checks coming! we managed to raise $2500 in amy's name this past april for
honor the earth and we should be able to match that amount for emily. so
come on all you emily types who complain that you're out-numbered, here's
your chance to have your voices heard!

in case you are unfamiliar with the birthday project, we have decided to
use amy and emily's birthdays as opportunities to raise money and interest
for organizations that mean a lot to them. for emily's birthday we have
chosen the billings house in atlanta, a residential hospice for medically
indigent men, women, and children, to be the recipient of the dollars
raised in her honor.

as mandi has previously mentioned, we are asking for you to chip in
whatever you can.  just think what of the money we could raise if we all
gave $5!  five dollars is just the starting point, if you can give more,
please do.

checks should be made out to "the billings house" (cash accepted too but
send at your own risk) and send to:

deb reiser
3166 north 89th street
milwaukee, wi 53222

if you need any other info, please feel free to contact me.

thanks so much,

deb

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sorry for the public post.
sherlyn i accidentally deleted your mail about the gathering in sydney. can
you write to me at

halbans@dca.gov.au

so we can talk more??

thanks
helen

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hey, does anyone have the number or addy for ani defranco's label,
righteous babe records.  i'd like to order one of her cds but can't find
out much.  i got the "future home of the official ani de franco web
site" but the catch is it's not the future yet...there are no links or
any info, only her pic.  so help please!  any of you in texas or new
york (i think that's where her label is based out of), can ya'll help?

thanks.

oh, and i'm not looking for any boots, but the real thing...i'd like to
continue to support very small indie groups like hers as much as i can.

seona
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in a message dated 97-06-09 01:14:56 edt, you write:

<< i think the part "la patria sigue digna y con memoria" was not translated:
the homeland continues with dignity and memory.  >>

hi kelly!

thanks for adding  this piece. it was way past our bedtime when we sent that
in :)
:)r & c:))

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hi y'all!  here is an updated translation of the marcos quote from the soy
video.  thanks lisa, kelly, and leticia!  the translation is a little longer
than the actual quote because the suggestions seemed to fit together nicely.
any other translations are welcome!  enjoy!

"nuestra lucha es por la tierra. hablando en su corazon indio, la patria
sigue digna y con memoria. la patria que contruimos es una donde quepan
todos los pueblos y sus lenguas, que todos los pasos la caminen, que todos la
rian que la amanezcan todos.  aqui estamos. no nos perdimos.  zapata
vive, y a pesar de todo, la lucha sigue."  -subcomandante insurgente marcos

our fight is for the land.  speaking in its indian heart, the homeland
continues with dignity and memory.  the homeland that we've constructed is
one where all of the people and their languages have a place, where everyone
can walk their own path, where all the passages travel through, where
everyone laughs, and where all are awakened.  we are here.  we are not lost.
zapata lives and in spite of everything, the fight continues.
-subcomandante insurgente marcos

banjo dancin'
rachel & chris :)))

p.s. happy birthday my love!   ;)r
"....with every lesson learned a line upon your beautiful face
we'll amuse ourselves one day with these memories we'll trace..."

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i took this from the outvoice!! digest v1 #81.  dated 6/9/97.  the girls have
the #1
single and album.  if you feel like voting....once again follow the
instructions.

top ten tracks and albums:

thanx to everyone who voted this week!
you can send in votes at any time to outvoice-votes@queernet.org.

* new; ** re-entry; + gaining votes; < losing votes, ~ votes holding steady
all caps means it has made it to the # 1 position.

top 10 tracks:

1.  shame on you - indigo girls+ (1st week at #1)
2.  words and guitar - sleater-kinney+
3.  your woman - white town~
4.  monkey wrench - foo fighters~
5.  i'm gonna be a slut - pansy division**
6.  da da da - trio~
7.  in my arms - erasure<
8.  i'll try for the sun - donovan~
9.  dance song '97 - sleater-kinney<
10. hedonism (just because you feel good) - skunk anansie*

    the indigo girls make their first trek to #1 on our chart with "shame
on you" and the women of sleater-kinney are not far behind at #2 with
"words and guitar."   skunk anansie scores their third top ten track.
debuting at #10 is "hedonism (just because you feel good)."  pansy division
re-enters with "i'm gonna be a slut" at #5 as two of their other tracks
fall out of the top ten this week:  "political asshole" and "manada."

top 10 albums:

1.  shaming of the sun - indigo girls+  (1st week at #1)
2.  dig me out - sleater-kinney~
3.  cowboy - erasure~
4.  stoosh - skunk anansie~
5.  starjob - the frogs~
6.  club verboten - various artists~
7.  west - mark eitzel~
8.  crimes against nature - frank rogala~
9.  living in clip - ani difranco**
10. sweet enuf 2 eat - men out loud*

     "shaming of the sun" moves up to the top spot for the indigo girls!
with the exceptions of numbers 1 & 2 switching and some albums moving in at
#9 & 10, the middle of the chart is still as a statue this week with no
movement whatsoever.  ani difranco re-enters at #9 with her live set
"living in clip" and l.a. vocal group men out loud debut at #10 with their
new release "sweet enuf 2 eat."  pansy division falls out of the top 10
with their two vinyl eps "queer to the core" and "manada."

now you can send your votes each week to outvoice-votes@queernet.org.  the
deadline is saturday by midnight (pacific time).  if your vote arrives
sunday it will be counted towards the next week's countdown.  a list of
your favorite tracks and albums is acceptable... anywhere from one to a top
ten list.  thanx!!

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in a message dated 6/10/97 7:41:20 pm, lisa wrote:

>happened to be mentioning to a trucker friend about the fantastic show at
>gw when he told me he met up with one of igs equipment trucks on the road
>fri. am on the way to gw. was told on cb the seven equipment trucks and
>four buses for band are all...what else but blue! their 11 units sounded
>like a decent amount till you compare it to the stones 42 units on their
>last tour-but whos counting?

        was it 7 or 11 trucks and 4 buses?  for what?  i work at the venue where
they had their rehearsals and there were only 2 trucks, and 2 buses (one
band, one crew) and they weren't blue.  not sure who your friend talked to;
maybe they got them mixed up with someone else touring at the same time.
this is a very small and simple tour.  not a lot of lights or staging,
therefore, not alot of trucks.  only a crew of about 13.  stadium tours
usually have the 7/11 truck caravan.  and only the incredibly huge tours
(aka, the stones, u2, pink floyd, etc) have a ridiculous amount of trucks.
which means that they are carrying anywhere from 2-3 stages with them
(leap-frog staging) and a ton of lights, and theatrical stuff.

        t

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yes - whoops!!! north on wilmington to stroop.
off of 675 go north on wilmington to stroop.


>   - ok, if i read my map right, you must mean north on wilmington to
> stroop because if you are traveling south on wilmington and turn left >is
> wilmington pike and i-675 the exit we're talking about? help!!

sorry for the confusion and thanks for the correction.
alycia

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on tue, 10 jun 1997, joanie wrote:

> hey y'all! i've got a friend who's really interested in ulali. does anyone
> know if they have a web page page? if so, url? also, do they have an album
> out? she's been looking but has yet to find one. thanks!
>
where's she been looking? i went to www.excite.com and searched for
"ulali" and got 67 responses.

maybe she's just looking in the wrong places?

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first, oregon95@aol.com wrote::
>> does anyone think that "love will come to you" can be danced to (slow dance)?
>>  if you have any ideas, let us know.

then, cmbecker@space.mit.edu wrote:
>sure it can!  make up the steps if you have to, or just stand there
>an sway (that's how i plan to get through my couple's dance) =)
>
>on a side note, kim and i are thiking of using "hey kind friend" as
>the final slow song of the evening for our wedding.  lots of people
>will be flying in for it and we just don't get to see them enough.
>to bad the event will be on the cape and not on puget sound....

my partner and i are going through the same dilemma ... what ig song to
dance to?  we've already picked our "couple's dance" song (although its
definately going to be a "stand there and sway" kind of moment :-), but
really want an ig song, too.  i like both of these ... does anyone else have
any other suggestions for ig dance tunes, or songs that they used?

(on another side note: my wedding is a week from saturday (eek! :-), on the
summer solstice, to my partner of 11+ years, margo.  i'll be unsubscribing
the beginning of next week in order to survive the planning stage and enjoy
our week of "honeymoon" in provincetown ... and that week off at the beach
is what i'm looking forward to at this point! :-)  does anyone out there
have any last-minute survival tips for the week before the wedding?! :-)

back to your regularly scheduled igc ...       -joan

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subject:      pine knob list meet

pine knobers!!   the details are still being worked out for the list
meet....looks like the restaurant idea is out...there is nothing
close, and the traffic into the knob sucks....so it is better to meet
early inside the gates...that is our best bet.....there is a picnic
area outside the ticket gate, near the parking lot...i am voting that
we all meet there.....bring whatever food and beverage you like, and
after, you can put the cooler back in your car.....another list
member suggested the parking lot.........all who are interested...
please send me your reply and tell me what ya think!  we only have a
few more days to iron out these plans...

forever indigo,
cathy

"....if i have a care in the world, i have a gift to bring...." e.
saliers

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subject:      more wedding songs...

hi all!
my lover and i are starting to make plans for our commitment cerimony, and
would like some suggestions for music.  of course, we love indigo girls, but
will take other suggestions as well!
thanks!
~~robin

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subject:      help!! summer boot list needed!

summer newbie list needed!!  i somehow stupidly deleted my copy of the boot
list for the summer newbies!!  if anyone can rush me a listing i would
appreciate it!  thanks and sorry for wasting space!!
                                -bethany

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date:         wed, 11 jun 1997 09:58:00 -0500
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subject:      re: wedding songs

hkf's-

just thought i'd add my 0.02 about wedding songs.  i had them play "power of
two" at my wedding and of course i had them also play "closer to fine" for
my 5 yr old son who absolutely loves that song and sings almost every word!

but i like y'all's ideas about "hey kind friend" and " love will come to
you".....


p.s.  -
if you're out there "hello" to penelope (from australia).  hope you are
enjoying your stay in the states!!!!

peace,
kris

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first of all, a big thank you to all who responded to my setlist plea. i now
know that danielle sang "i held the satchel" and that the songs by disappear
fear were "who's so scared" and "bring your own god". thanks to all who
responded.

i also got a few of the setlists i asked for but i am still on the lookout for:

march 26th calvin college / grand rapids, mi
april 9th u of tulsa / tulsa,ok
may 22nd worlds fair park / knoxville
may 27th classic amp / richmond, va

and please, if you go to a show jot down the setlist. if you get it to me
first you will be thanked on my web site. what a deal, hey?? well maybe,
just maybe, the person with the most thanks at the end of the tour gets a
prize -- maybe :)

deb

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hey everyone...thanks so much for the load of info received from this list
of hot ani difranco info...it's great...so i'll share.

order direct from 1 800-on-her-own
po box 95
ellicott station
buffalo ny 14205
fax 716) 852-2741
order with check/ visa/ mastercard/ amerexpress/money order

or check out
http://www.cc.columbia.edu/~marg/ani/how_to_order.html#albums

$10 per cassette/  $15 per cd
plus add $1 per item.

also her personal manager could be reached at 716)852-8020

a couple of people suggested her "living in clip" 2-cd as the first
and best...and an article i read via the www, ani agreed in an interview.

thanks for all sent me info!
seona
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subject:      ticket for sale!!!!

hey all
i have a ticket for the indigo girls concert at fraze for sale.
is anyone interested in buying it from me i would hate to see it go to waste.
it is in section a row m seat number 5 !!!
i would like $30 for it!
if you are interested in buying it you can e-mail me at:indigo k m @aol.com
my name is chantele and i stay in columbus ohio!!!!
mail me asap!
hope to hear from someone soon!!!!
chantele

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hi all,

i have found a sots-review in a dutch pop-rock magazine called 'oor',
which means 'ear'. i don't read this magazine too often because in my
eyes it' s too self-incomplacent, i guess it's a bit like 'rolling
stone'.
but hey, for those who are still interested, i have made a translation
(the best way i could). it starts of rather negative but it gets better
at the end.
here it is (printed of course without permission):

"indigo girls - shaming of the sun (epic/sony)
three years after the disappointing 'swamp ophelia', amy ray and emily
saliers,  the indigo girls, make a successful come-back with this
'shaming of the sun', that consists of several of the best songs that
the folkrockers from georgia, since the high-days of 'kid fears', have
put on a record.
it's above all amy ray, the rocker of the duo, who takes her own
revenge with, amongst others, the magic dance of 'shed your skin' and
the gruesome 'don't give that girl a gun', but also the contibutions of
folkie saliers are worthwile.
for the rest does steve earle sing a tune along on the indeed
inviting-to-sing-along opener 'shame on you', does lisa germano her
meanwhile usual (violin- and mandoline) conrtibution in the mature
'everything in it's own time' and in the  gripping 'caramia' a, by
bass-player sara lee arranged, string-company is put upon the stage.
an indigo girls-record wouldn't be complete without the inventive
drumming of jerry marotta and the always fine community singing of ray
and saliers, so that we can conclude that on the one hand a lot has
stayed the same but on the other that 'shaming of the sun' also
testifies to a new Úlan. and that's quite something."

well that's it.

josÚ

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in a message dated 97-06-11 13:59:23 edt, you write:

<< may 27th classic amp / richmond, va
  >>
deb, hope this helps !

secure yourself
is that all there is ? (special guest miss peggy lee)
these boots were made for walkin'
caramia
it's dee litefull (special guest leslie caron )
hammer and nail
sys
i feel pretty (amy solo..with cute little black pumps...she wears them
                   for the rest of the show...)
i'm gonna wash that man right outa my hair (w/ tina louise)
chickenman ('you light up my life' soc in middle)
blood and fire
love to love me baby (w/ donna summers)
climb every mountain (w/ a bunch of singing nuns)

encore :
bmhawk (w/ peggy lee, leslie caron, tina louise, nuns and donna summers
!!!!!)
tutti fruiti
high horse

heh, heh...make joke, no ?
:)
claire

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subject:      re: more wedding songs...
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i think the best song would be power of two.  i want that to be my wedding
song.
-stine-

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subject:      attn: cd maker & person who wants ig articles & nashvillians
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looking for two individuals for sure, and a few maybes:

1) someone had posted that they would make cd's out of tapes for around
$15. if that is you, please e-mail me privately.

2) if the person looking for ig articles is still hunting, please e-mail me
privately.

3) maybe:  i shall be in nashville tn on sunday, 15 june and will stay
until 18 june at the opryland hotel for a drug dependence conference
(cpdd). if any fellow-listees are either attending the conference, or live
in n'ville and want to chat over a cup (or two) of coffee about the
wonderful ig, i would love to meet up with you. no, this is not a sneaky
attempt to get an offer to crash at your house or get you to drive me
places :) . just a fun chance to talk ig and other good stuff.  please
e-mail me privately.

urvashi u.pitre@tcu.edu

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>"indigo girls - shaming of the sun (epic/sony)
>three years after the disappointing 'swamp ophelia',

<cough cough> excuse me? the uhh, what "swamp ophelia"??? that must be a
different "so" than i am madly in love with!!!!!!! :-)

becca

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hi there

my wedding on july 19 is approaching too!  good luck to everyone who will be
tying the knot as well.

my fiance and i have changed our song 3 times.  we are both huge rem fans
and we wanted perfect circle, then find the river,  and now we think we'll
use love is all around.  someone on the rem list said she was going to use
be mine to walk down the isle!  don't worry - i'll squeeze some ig in there
somewhere (my dj is a friend who will be playing my cd's!). and hugh, yes,
gavin will insist on some neil young too! =)

anyway, i know there is a listee out there who used the words from strange
fire on her invitations!  come on... fess up... i forget who you are, but i
loved the idea!

lori


"this could be the saddest dusk i've ever seen turn to a miracle"
                                            rem

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hi all,
everyone who was supposed to get a cassette or poster from me should
have received them by now. if you haven't, please e-mail me privately
and let me know. thanks to everyone for the positive feedback! :-)
suzanne
http://www.geocities.com/~suzanneglass

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subject:      concert info??

hi everyone,
     i was wondering if anyone knew if indigo girls are playing in
philadelphia around june 30. i heard this from my sis but haven't seen any
posts on it. please e-mail me if anyone has some info about it...date, time,
etc...   thanks-a-bunch ya'll!
                   -deb
         (debster21@aol.com)

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hey.  why are you guys not coming to birmingham.  i fear you have upset
a few alabamians.  oh well.  mabye next time.

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hi ya'll :)
        another wedding song story?  i've told it before, but maybe
missed by some... we had strange fire as the theme on our wedding
invitations. on the front it said.. "i come to you with strange fire. i
make an offering of love.   this is a message..."  then on the inside it
said, " ...a message of love. love that moves from the inside out.  love
that never grows tired.  i come to you with strange fire."  i hope i
didn't break any laws...   then i sang "strange fire at the reception
accompanied by my sister-in-law on guitar and harmonies. we left out the
second verse. it really didn't fit the occasion. but soon everyone
understood the invitations and we were told by many that they never
experienced a wedding where they felt so much love in one room! it was
really beautiful.  my hubby and i fell in love listening to the girls.
he introduced me to their music in college about 7 years ago.  we now
have 4th row center stage tickets for our 6th show!!!  the girls have
been a big part of our lives.  we have enjoyed watching them get the
recognition we always thought they deserved!  i'm sure many of you feel
the same. :)  that's my 2 cents!!! peace... thanks for listening.
vw

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>does anyone out there
>have any last-minute survival tips for the week before the wedding?! :-)

try eloping. worked for us. a flight to perth after a lucky discovery of
the perfect dress, a lunch time wedding on a friday with two friends as
witnesses then dinner that night and a fabulous hotel room to recover from
the least stressful wedding i've ever heard of!

the stress came afterwards in telling the families.....but that's another
story.

helen

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just wanted to post a thanks to all who sent or posted pride info!
my friends are very excited, now, to take part in these events!
i appreciate everyone's help!

y'all are great folks!

   see ya!

   (twink!) ;-)  (who only uses this name as my "internet nickname"...
                  sorry... no big secret behind it!)

   *********
     amy:  "i'm always kicking things over!"
     emily:  "you're so rowdy!"
     amy:  "sprawlin'.... flailin'..."
   *********

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hi everyone,
i have tickets to the july 17 show at red rocks, but would like to change
it to one of the other ones... two questions, 1) are there two other shows
(18th and 19th)? and 2) does anyone know if ticketmaster charges a fee to
change dates? (like ticketmaster would give us the lowly fans a break
anyway, but it's worth asking!)
thanks alot everyone and y'all have a great day!
jason

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attention lang lovers!

k.d.'s new album entitled "drag" has been released in the u.s.,
australia and many other parts of the world. this new album is a
collection of covers evoking a smoke filled dream world where cigarettes
and smoking are used as metaphors to convey the addictions of love and
life. the songs that were chosen for this album *really* showcase k.d.'s
wonderful voice, so check it out if you're in the 'mood' for a treat.
believe me, it's her best yet........

cybernot!

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subject:      (nigc) wild horses chords?

anybody have the chords to michelle (the goddess) malone's cover of wild
horses?  thank you so so much. = )

-liz-
http://members.tripod.com/~dyke/index.html

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hello all,
i was wondering if there was anything happening before or
after the friday show at austin?

i'd love to get a listee party going if anyone is interested.

one more thing...does anyone have directions to the backyard.  i'm
driving in from arkansas and dont have a clue how to get there.

thanks,
cindy

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yeah!  did anyone else catch kd on rosie last week?  she was great!  she
sang 2 songs, and did the whole interview thing.  it was really cool, and i
was greatly impressed by her black and white wingtips :)  thanks for the
post!

amy


>attention lang lovers!
>
>k.d.'s new album entitled "drag" has been released in the u.s.,
>australia and many other parts of the world. this new album is a
>collection of covers evoking a smoke filled dream world where cigarettes
>and smoking are used as metaphors to convey the addictions of love and
>life. the songs that were chosen for this album *really* showcase k.d.'s
>wonderful voice, so check it out if you're in the 'mood' for a treat.
>believe me, it's her best yet........
>
>cybernot!
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this appeared in who magazine in australia.

be warned. it's not good.

amy ray writes the wiry, disjointed songs, while emily saliers pens the
more straightforward, melodic numbers.  and, um, that's about it, really.
because after spinning shaming of the sun a number of times, not much of it
sticks. the opening track, 'shame on you', is loose and breezy, both the
girls never get that spontaneous again. instead, things get bogged down in
joyless warbling as they casually drop such laboured lines as 'i;m sittin'
in darwin's theory, you're down in the 48'. there's the constant feeling
that we're meant to appreciate the throaty two-voice approach and their
intense poetry, but who needs that responsibility?
d+

hmm...i'm still not 100% sold on it either but that's a bit harsh isn't it?

helen

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subject:      ig bootlegs

hey hey all,

greetings from aol (where the indigo girls room is always jamming)

i am looking for some recent indigo girls bootlegs. i have a colony of ig
bootlegs ready to be traded!!!! don't resist the urge to e-mail me, if
interested.

smiles :-)
annemarie

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subject:      pride picnic in ky?

just a quick question, is anyone planning on going to the pride picnic at the
watertower this saturday or the march on the 29th in louisville, ky?  if so,
and you would like to meet up please email me privately.   thanks  :)

annie

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date:         wed, 11 jun 1997 23:58:36 -0400
reply-to:     "j. k." <kshucks@juno.com>
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from:         "j. k." <kshucks@juno.com>
subject:      re: montreal tickets-lilith fair w/ig
x-cc:         beck157@aol.com

hey y'all and becky!

i am also interested in buying tix for the lilith fair in montreal...i
surfed the net, and here is my advice to becky:
go to www.ticketmaster.com...there, it will ask you what events you're
interested in and also what locations...there's a special link you have
to hit for the canadian ticketmaster (they have a separate website from
usa's)...anyway, the lilith fair in montreal is in early august, i
think...i do remember that tix go on sale this sat...i think the time is
10am...i have the ticketmaster number for toronto, but do not have it for
montreal (didn't list it online, and i looked for montreal specifically)

do any listmembers have the montreal ticketmaster phone number?...

i guess becky's idea of doing it over the internet might be a good idea,
though i'm not sure if that means one has to actually be on the net at
10am in order to order...and lastly, it took us less than four hours to
get to montreal from boston...be sure to find a cheap hotel...the city's
great!...good luck to us all in getting these tix...@=d take care, jen

ps becky, if you received any posts offlist, please forward them to me at
kshucks@juno.com, or to the whole list as there may be more people
interested...

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becky writes:
my friend and i are condiering driving up to motreal from boston for the
lilith fair (long story but it's the only one withinn a day's drive we
can
make) anyway, how do you get tickets for a canadian show? is it better to
do
it over the internet or by phone? oh, and does anyone know how long it
takes
to get to montreal from boston? thanx!!

~~~activism~~~~~equality~~~~~~peace~~~~
jenny korn
__kshucks@juno.com__
thailand~alabama~boston
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date:         wed, 11 jun 1997 22:21:19 -0700
reply-to:     "a. taub" <alisont@netcom.com>
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from:         "a. taub" <alisont@netcom.com>
subject:      re: bad review of sots
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> this appeared in who magazine in australia.
>
> girls never get that spontaneous again. instead, things get bogged down in
> joyless warbling as they casually drop such laboured lines as 'i;m sittin'
> in darwin's theory, you're down in the 48'.

oh no.  "i'm sitting in darwin's theory" is my absolute favorite line
on the whole cd.  i say it all the time now (no one gets it...), whenever
evolution gets to be a drag.

alison, who thinks opposable thumbs are cool, but still misses the
prehensile tail...

"misanthropy, yes, misogyny, no" - peter greenaway
alison  -  alisont@netcom.com

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subject:      fwd: indigo girls show tonight!

in a message dated 97-06-08 08:12:17 edt,
epic_records@epiccenter.music.sony.com writes:

<< don't miss indigo girls first ever live pay per view concert
tonight june 6th direct from great woods amphitheater just
outside boston starting at 9pm edt. you can still order it
for only $14.95. >>

i would like everyone to see what date this announcement came in.  these
folks are really on the ball, eh????  and it even came to the wrong email
address.

peace, harmony & indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygoopg@aol.com)
   member - ssim yknib naf bulc
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- amy
"you have to laugh at yourself because you'd cry your eyes out if you
didn't." - emily
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date: 97-06-08 08:12:17 edt

don't miss indigo girls first ever live pay per view concert
tonight june 6th direct from great woods amphitheater just
outside boston starting at 9pm edt. you can still order it
for only $14.95.

the telecast will have an approximate run time of 3 hours.
special cameras, digital surround sound and other techniques
will offer you, the in-home viewer, an unmatched concert
experience in the comfort of your living room. check with
your local cable provider. you'll can also plug in online to
hear and see the show and chat with other fans!

just go to http://www.indigogirls.com

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date:         thu, 12 jun 1997 02:44:41 -0400
reply-to:     ndygotiggr@aol.com
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from:         ndygotiggr@aol.com
subject:      hi y'all (nigc)

i've had to change my account name again!!!!!  this time it's a new
computer.....the old account will still be around but here's where i am now.
mail me here!!!  :)

and look - i've got a new sig!!!!!!  i'm very proud. (grin)

ttfn,

~~tigger

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can you show me now that i will not die in vain,
show me just a little of your omnipresent brain!
show me there's a reason for your wanting me to die,
you're far too keen on where and when and not so hot on why!
-amy as jesus, "the garden of gethsemane"
from jesus christ super-star: a resurrection
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date:         thu, 12 jun 1997 07:19:47 ut
reply-to:     camille kearl <sasscambo@msn.com>
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from:         camille kearl <sasscambo@msn.com>
subject:      red rocks tickets

hey kind friends --

due to the fact that the date for the utah show changed i am not sure that i
am up for the drive to co after the show and i may be seeing them in the nw
now so . . . bottom line is i have 4 tickets for the july 17 show at red rocks
that need a home :-)  i will sell them for cost of course so please e-mail me
privately if you are interested.  these are general admission tickets and they
are $30.00 a piece.  apparently the reserved seating at red rocks is in the
middle of the venue so if you want to be in the front---ga tickets are the way
to go.  i do wish i could go but i just think it is safer to get rid of them
as my life and summer are in limbo.

take care,
cami

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from:         nicole yonke <nix64@aol.com>
subject:      emily and the billings house

hi everyone! :)

     it's 3:10am and i still can't sleep...never take 2 excedrin after 11pm
no matter how bad your headache is! :)  i just finished watching "emily in
decatur" (for the thousandth time) and this time, emily's description of the
billings house really caught my attention.  i really hope we can raise the
same amount of money for emily's birthday if not more.  i think it would mean
the world to her.  at the billings house benefit at the house of blues on
august 18, 1996, emily explains the importance of the billings house:

     "wecome to this benefit for the billings house!  thanks for coming, more
folks are on the way.  you know if the spirit moves and y'all up in the, i
was going to say 'cheap seats', but that's not true, y'all are welcome to
come down here too and get a little closer.  probably most of y'all know what
the billings house is, what it's going to be, and what it's all about.  but
for those of you who don't, i'll just briefly say that the idea for the
billings house came 18 months ago from my friend jenny fezzle [sp ?] in honor
of her friend pete billings who died of aids.  and what the billings house
will be is a hospice, a 50 bed hospice for people with aids who need indigent
care, and that's men, women, and children who will be welcome.  jenny and her
board have worked very hard for the past 18 months.  they're securing funds
right now from the government, but events like these are very important to
keep the operating costs available for them.  it's going to be a dream come
true and it's going to happen within the next year.  thanks for being a part
of that tonight!  they've chosen a location on bolton [sp ?] road, it's in
our community.  there's a bunch of musicians here tonight including myself
and we're all going to sing.  some are from out of state, some are from here,
but we're all here to celebrate the birth of the billings house.  and i thank
you from the bottom of my heart for your participation and for your dollars.
thanks a lot!"

i hope that we all will pull together and raise money for a very good cause
in honor of emily.  she gives so much to the community, and i hope that we,
as a community, will be able to do the same for her and the billings house.

off to send my donation...
peace y'all,
nicole :)

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subject:      ack!  please read!!

sorry for the wasted bandwidth, but if anyone sent me a message (or one
to the list that i might should read)  yesterday (the 11th) i would be
very appreciative if you could resend it!  much to my delight, winblows
95 managed to crash just as i was about to begin reading my messages and
therefore, all were lost!  <kicking computer>  anyway, sorry again for
the bw, and i'm sure i'll manage on, regardless of the stupidity of my
computer..  thanks :)

lisa

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date:         thu, 12 jun 1997 10:43:38 +0100
reply-to:     "king's college mass spec. unit" <mass.spec@kcl.ac.uk>
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i have been signed up to the mail-group at the wrong
address. mail is currently being sent to
mas.spec@kcl.ac.uk but it should be sent to
karen.sternfeld@kcl.ac.uk
thanks
karen

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reply-to:     kate blackmon <kblackmon@lbs.ac.uk>
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from:         kate blackmon <kblackmon@lbs.ac.uk>
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subject:      re: hello

mandi milligan <apollopeacemaker@worldnet.att.net> wrote:
subject:

> hey.  why are you guys not coming to birmingham.  i fear you have
> upset a few alabamians.  oh well.  mabye next time.

hi, mandy.

it is very kind of you to invite us to alabama.  unfortunately, we
have to decline this invitation for the time being.

first, there are about 1000 people on the list, and i don't think that
we would all fit into your house. even if it has a *big* front porch.

second, lots of us live outside the us (the world is a very big
place!), and it would take too long to drive to alabama.  especially
for people who live in europe or australia -- we don't have enough
tapes to listen to in the car! and there aren't so many rest stops on
the way.

we would like to assure you that alabama is near the top of the list
of places we'd like to visit as a group (right after afghanistan and
before albania!), and we hope to see you there soon.

thanks again!

have an indigo kind of day,
kate

p.s.  i am sorry if i/we have upset any alabamians.  on the
other hand, alabama seems to have upset lots of g/l/b/t people lately
-- hope you can do something about that before we get there!
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i tried yesterday to get info on the tickets for lf, here in montreal.
there is an 800 number of the people who will probably have the tickets,
but they do not have any info yet (only two days away from the selling date),
i also called the venue, and they don't have it listed.
events can be terribly unorganized up here.
and no one i spoke with, was pleasant or accommodating.
i will try again at 9am, in french (higher liklihood of getting info).

do not underestimate time to montreal.
i have a freind who visits me from boston, and who normally dirves 80mph.
it took him almost 7 hours (including border crossing.
i know it does not look like that long.  but it is.


will post more around 9 or 10 today.
debb

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hi all!

   i just wanted to check with everyone and see if there has been any
update in the investigation of jeff buckley's disappearance?  maybe
y'all have heard something more?

   just wondered if there are any new updates! possibly other list folks
would like to know as well?

   alright... i'm off to attend the blossom show at 2:00 pm this
afternoon... hope to see some of you there! :-)

   thanks!

     bridget (twink!) ;-)

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ugh, i'm sooo mad about this and just had to vent...

this morning i was listening to a local radio station, z-93 (wgtz i think
--i'm in dayton) and this is the station that is co-sponsoring the concert
tommorow at fraze.  well, i never listen  to this station really, but
have been lately because i was hoping they would give backstage passes
or something (i knew it was unlikely, but anyway...).  point is, the
morning people are like 'we're gonna have emily from the indigo girls
on the phone around here at 3:00 or 3:30 this afternoon, promoting the
show at fraze tommorow.'  and then they say they're gonna take calls
from listeners for interview questions.  and then they're like 'maybe
an appropriate question would be wether or not it is appropriate for
two girls to hold hands in public.'  whatever!  and then they go on
to talk about "gay day" at king's island, which is an amusement park
in cincinnati, and at disney world, and wether they rename the rides
in honor of these days, and then how bisexual day is really the worst
because 'those people can't make up their minds' and they should get
the 'zebra ice cream.'

i am so mad i can hardly believe it!  these quotes may not be absolutely
direct, but they give the right idea.  they morning hosts were laughing
and stuff, but i was disgusted.  and i was on my way to work, so i can't
even call and complain.  they said they had one irate phone call but the
rest were 'complimentary,' or something like that.  i want to think of
a way to express my anger, but i can't think of anything other than
calling.  their email address goes to the person that does their web
design, so that wouldn't be very productive.  ergh!  does this make
anyone as mad as it makes me, or am i just being overly sensitive?

amy k.

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becky wrote:

>my friend and i are condiering driving up to motreal from boston for the
>lilith fair (long story but it's the only one withinn a day's drive we can
>make) anyway, how do you get tickets for a canadian show? is it better to do
>it over the internet or by phone? oh, and does anyone know how long it takes
>to get to montreal from boston? thanx!!

i have been making the drive from souther maine to montreal
2x/week for two years now.
it takes me about 6.5 hours; and i drive 55.
but people who drive 70, only make it in about 6.25.
be prepared to wait at the border.
do not bring pepper spray, firearms, or non-prescription drugs.
i have had my car torn apart 2x in the last two years.
of course there was nothing to find, but, had there been,
they do take their jobs a bit too seriously.

you can but alcohol here, everywhere.
but you are allowed to bring 12 beers, or 1 litre of alcohol across
without declaring it.
if you have any specific qs, i will be happy to answer whatever i can.

debb

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>i was wondering if there was anything happening before or
>after the friday show at austin?

>i'd love to get a listee party going if anyone is interested.

>one more thing...does anyone have directions to the backyard.  i'm
>driving in from arkansas and dont have a clue how to get there.

>thanks,
>cindy


cindy,

if you still need directions let me know. i live in austin and can give you directions.

also, i would definitely be up for doing something before hand. there are two restaurants at the backyard. a burger joint (waterloo) and a bbq place (whose name escapes me). or, after the show we could meet at a place in south austin called kerby lane cafe (it's open 24 hours and is pretty cool place.

peace,

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

"well something's lost, but something's gained
  in living every day"
     -joni mitchell

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hey, i need a copy of this.  if anyone can help me, email me privately at bprimont@bmi.com

i can trade for live tapes.  and i can have them sent out by tomorrow...

let me know.
thanks.
brooke

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i am surprised at the lack of concert thoughts on the list lately. i've
been off the list for awhile so i guess that is why...
i have been to two shows already this week and am part of indigohio and
for all of you who haven't caught the girls yet, you are in for a really
great time.  i was that the saratoga show last saturday and thought that
was a pretty darn good show and so going to finger lakes on tuesday i
was expecting another good show but i thought it was wonderful, the
sound could've been better but that was to be expected at the venue it
was at... i had a blast at that show and i'm hoping to keep the streak
running by doing 3 shows in 3 days on top of the two this week i've
seen... so i just thought i would comment that the indigo girls are
pulling off a wonderful tour, and seem to be having a blast while doing
it...
indigo kate

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subject:      re: concert thoughts...
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i am new to the list, and thought i would just 'lurk' for awhile, but i
must agree with you, kate, i saw the sunday, may 25 show at chastain park
in atlanta, and had a great time.  this was my first concert and i
thought it was fabulous!

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yep..its me again..asking the person out there( who claims to have this
boot after getting emilys' "ok" to pass it around..or so you
said!!)...if you'll "share the wealth"...and i'll add a little bonus to
the pot...you share the boot and i'll donate $100 in your name to the
billings house for em's birthday .....
so???what do ya say?

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reply-to:     alicia bender <rainbowgirl69@hotmail.com>
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well, on monday i am leaving for boot camp... but i just wanted to
say goodbye and thank you all for the info, boots, and banter.  i
plan to be back on the list in august... to those i owe boots, or am
getting them from, don't worry, my sweetie has decided to take care
of them for me;)
one last note about the finger lakes concert on the tenth... it was
excellent.  their version of cortez the killer really rocked this time
around!  the crowd was kind of disappointing, hardly any dancing.  but
there were some people who i haven't seen in awhile, too.  i love these
concerts... it gives one a stronger sense of unity amongst a certain
community...  and amy looked the best i've ever seen her.
that's my really crappy review... well, i'm 'falling off the face of
the earth' now.  i envy those of you (like my ex.) who are going to
multiple concerts!  have great summers all around!
-alicia
(whose leg is scratched up from strumming it all throughout the concert!

~:^)
"in the fell clutch of circumstance, i have not winced nor cried aloud.
under the bludgeonings of chance my head is bloody, but unbowed"
-william earnest henley
"and it's wake up time. time to open up your eyes. and rise and shine"
                              -tom petty
"all i've learned has been in vain, like water on a stain"
                              -amy ray
"i walk like a woman and talk like a man.  i said i am who the
fuck i am.                    -melissa ferrick
"every pleasure's got an edge of pain."
                              -bob dylan

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apparently the july 18th show goes on sale tomorrow at 10:00.  that's
about all i know.  local ticketmaster #: (303) 803-8497 and the concert
promoter, fey concerts is (303) 694-1234.

-garian

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due to, um, extenuating circumstances, jess and i wound up with a *few*
too many pulse magazines from tower records (the ones with amy and emily on
the cover, duh)....

if you aren't near a tower and would like a copy, drop me an e and i'll
tell ya where to send your sase....extra bonus of fifty free hours on
aol, or a coaster, depending on how you choose to look at it...act now
because supplies are limited....how limited, you ask?  sorry, that's
classified information <*grin*>

we'd also like to say that we met a non-listee fan in harvard
square....saw a large tower bag of wrapped something in her arms and
that's all our indigadar needed....after the "ohmygod you have color me
grey how do you get that?!" we decided to go into recruiter mode....can't
have non-listees more obsessed than us...

later y'all,
audrey and jess

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hi everybody!  this is my first post to the list, which i've enjoyed immensely.
the july 1997 issue of details has an interview with, and full-page picture
of, ani difranco.  i wouldn't recommend details, i only browse it because i
get it free, ani fans should be able to read the interview before the lady
at the checkout counter says "hey you, this isn't a library!".  anyway, this
is the part i thought was cool:  after talking at some length about some of her
lesbian fans being upset when she fell in love with a man, she's asked:
details: besides loving a man, tell us something else that might appall your
fans.
ani:  i'm a huge bruce springsteen fan-i love him.  that should do it.
peace,
dave lieben (a huge bruce fan)
arcata, ca

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are there any kind souls out there that could make me a copy of the show? i
would of course provide tapes, throw in some boots, pay,  whatever. if
anyone would like to deal, i would greatly appreciate it.

derek

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sorry to waste bandwidth with this, but i cluelessly forgot to cc the info i
sent out to all the people in the tape loops that i set up to myself, and now
i am in need of it (specifically, the list of who is in what loop.) could
anyone who saved it forward it to me, please? thanks a bunch!
kirsten

obligatory igc: free boot to the first person who can answer this trivia
question: what is unusual about strange fire and rites of passage as opposed to
other commercial ig releases?

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actually, at mt holyoke amy said how she had written the song after an
experience in a bar in anchorage alaska, called darwin's theory.  at which
point my friend screamed (you can hear it on the boot) cause she is from
anchorage and used to hang out in that bar.  but i like your
interpretation too(:

happy day,
jennie

on wed, 11 jun 1997, a. taub wrote:

> > this appeared in who magazine in australia.
> >
> > girls never get that spontaneous again. instead, things get bogged down in
> > joyless warbling as they casually drop such laboured lines as 'i;m sittin'
> > in darwin's theory, you're down in the 48'.
>
> oh no.  "i'm sitting in darwin's theory" is my absolute favorite line
> on the whole cd.  i say it all the time now (no one gets it...), whenever
> evolution gets to be a drag.
>

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hey everyone, i was wondering if any of you know about a boot from the
tuesday finger lakes show.  if anyone has information i would really
love to get ahold of a copy.  someone out there must have made one, the
show was wonderful.
if anyone has info could you please e-mail me at:
katie_hull@mlsonline.com
thanks in advance...

indigo kate

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making music and immunity

soothing music may help combat the common cold. in a recent survey carl
charnetski and francis brennan, jr., of wilkes university measured level
of immunoglobulin  a (iga) in volunteers saliva, before and after they
listened to 30 minutes of muzak, radio jazz, silence or tones and clicks.
they found that levels of iga rose on  average in the muzak listeners by
14.1%, in the jazz listeners by 7.2%. in contrast, iga levels dropped by
less than 1% in volunteers hearing silence  and by a whopping 19.7% in
those hearing tones and clicks.

scientific american, july 1997 pg (24)

looks like a flawed study to me, "soothing music" is such a subjective
term. i'm sure if they had another group listening to ig (preferably
sods(specks of dust)), they would have been able to demonstrate even
bigger gains..maybe  a good project for some of you science types :-))
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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i officially welcome my good friend tweetie to this list, and i hope to
see her smiling face 'round these parts soon.  =  )


*raaaahhh!!*

rawk on, grrl!

-izzzy-

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(argh) due to unforseen circumstances (aka: my manager) it looks as if my
plans to take a short trip out to seattle and see ig perform may fall thru.
is anyone on the list from toronto or the surrounding area interested in
taking my place? price is negotiable...inclusive of the two concert tickets
i purchased for the sat and sun night ig performances at the pier.

please email me privately at deng@vnet.ibm.com for details. tx,

de

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hey...the person with whom i was sharing an e-mail in-box finally got fed up with having 7,000 posts in there for me a day, so i now have a hotmail account, so this is the last time you'll be seeing this addy.  the new one is

angel1220@hotmail.com

that's all i had to say.  = )   thanks!!

jennifer w.

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> as for ny pride.  since it says on her web site that she's playing on the
> 22nd, my best guess would be it's at bryant park which is where
> the sort of pride week kickoff takes place that day.  she's not listed in
> the ny pride guide as on of the confirmed performers but it was published
> awhile ago so that doesn't mean she won't be there.  you can call
> (212) 80-pride to find out more.

in response to my own post:
i called the number above and got confirmation that indeed michelle is
among the scheduled performers at the pride rally on the 22nd at bryant
park.  (42nd st and 6th ave) the guy on the phone couldn't tell me
specifically what time but the whole thing goes from 2-6pm so it's
somewhere in there.

      -colleen

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hey indigogos,

people have been wondering about the august 25th info regarding deer lake
park...i just recieved a call from the shadbolt arts center in burnaby
(greater vancouver, b.c.) which runs the deer lake park venue and the mix
up is as follows....the venue was on reserve for a long time as an
alternate for lilith fair. it is no longer being held and the only ig
showing in vancouver will be at lilith fair august 24th at thunderbird
stadium out at university of b.c. this explains the complication and i am
sorry to say that i wish, oh how i wish ig were doing their own concert as
well as lilith fair, sigh.... peace, kim (n.v.)

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i have two extra tickets for the show.  row w is the location.  i will be
at the gathering (whatever it might be) before hand for distribution.

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i was wondering if anyone out there has a boot from the tuesday finger
lakes show... i would love to be able to have a copy of it.  if anyone
knows about one please let me know... i'll be at my hme address of
katie_hull@mlsonline.com on monday... i'm just using don's account while
i'm in ohio...
please let me know...

indigo kate

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>>"indigo girls - shaming of the sun (epic/sony)
>>three years after the disappointing 'swamp ophelia',
>
><cough cough> excuse me? the uhh, what "swamp ophelia"??? that must be
a
>different "so" than i am madly in love with!!!!!!! :-)
>
>becca

i'm gonna have to agree with becca on that one!  i maybe a little biased
tho since i was ig ignorant til my friend went crazy when they put out
so and made me go to a concert with her!  can you believe it???  well,
ever since then i've loved them!  i love their first one and rop is
definitely the best but i never really connected with sf and ni&s.  i
thought that so was a great recovery and sots is blasting right now!
which leads me to the bad review of sots at the end of the
digest...whatever!!!  dgtgag is quickly becoming one of my favorites of
all time (tho as you all probably know...that "favorite list" can get
really long!  hummmmm....

>subject: wedding stuff
there sure seems to be a lot of weddings going on right now so even tho
i know i sounds pretty lame...i'd like to personally congratulate
everyone!

one other thing...
ig in philadelphia?!?
i'd like the info on that as well...i sure could use a road trip right
about now...

well, i hope all of that made sense...i just got back from work and am
still a bit dazed and confused...sorry bout the bw!

just sitting here with a stupid grin on my face twiddling my thumbs in
ig heaven...

ruthie


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ok, sorry for not posting before, but i was in a rush to get to the office.
it is not ticketmaster, as they are incidental here.
the company does not yet know anything,
as they do not apparently get info until very late.
but the number is 800.361.4595.
their hours of operation are 8am to 1am, everyday.

if someone wants to mail me back with the exact venue, i will call them
directly for any additional info that may help.
thanks.
debb

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hey y'all.  sorry for the delay.  i'm away from home right now and have to
dial long distance to get in.

if it's okay w/ everyone, joe's crab shack should be cool.  it's not too
far from the woodlands and i hear they offer a relaxing atmosphere and good
food & fun.

joe's crab shack is right on i-45 on the west side of the highway.  not
sure of the exit, but when i'm in houston again, i'll grab the exit numbers
for north and south routes.

5:30 sounds like a good time to meet.  i'll give them a call to see if i
can make reservations.

i've only gotten about 3 positive responses to this gathering.  please
email me privately so i can get a better idea of how many people will be
arriving.

please "stay tuned" for more accurate directions.  will probably send them
out early next week.

peace y'all,
  - jen hall

> hey y'all!
>
>         the woodlands show is only about two weeks away! :)  time to
> finalize plans for a pre-concert list gathering.  last i heard it was at
> joe's crab shack on i-45.
>         jen...any modifications, instructions, directions?????
> the show starts at 7:30pm.  what time should we meet...about 5:30???
>
>         anyone else interested in going please contact me or jen hall at
> jchall@earthlink.net.

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i must get off the list now!  i have a few days before i leave for camp
and i can only imagine the mess 8 weeks worth of list mail would cause
to my e-mail account!  i kep on sending the sign off indigo-girls to
listserve, but it keeps on rejecting it! anyone have any solutions for
me! heeeelllpppp!!!!!!

        leah

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subject:      would you ever do this?

hi my name is beth colodny  i've never done anything like this before, but
i'm sure all the letters and e-mails you get start like this and they may all
be asking the same thing, in a way i guess  ok i know i'm not making much
sense- i'll get to the point  would you ever consider doing a concert for the
that i happily have devoted my summers to for 6 years now- olin sang ruby
union institute in oconomowoc wisconsin   you probally have never heard of
this jewish camp barried in wisconson but they are responsible for
introducing indigo girls to me and every person who goes yhteir  your songs
are sung around campfire by every child, they are listed to as we play
sports, as we write letters, get ready for dinner, and much more  there is a
tape made froma c.d. in each walkman that lie on bunkbed waiting to be played
osrui is not a normal camp  the bonds between campers, counsler, and
siblings are the strongest bonds i have ever come to know  although last
summer was my last at camp as a camper (in 2 weeks i am going to israel in a
group sponsered by osrui) i hope to return as a counsler so i am able to make
strong bonds with campers and introduce them to indigo girls  it would be
greatly appreciated and a dream come true to have our own indigo girs concert
there for those who can not attend one (by the way i am going to lilith fair
in wisconsin on aug. 19)  i realize this message is more my ramblings of camp
than anything else  if it does not make sense to you i am very sorry  please.
please write back
                                                  thankyou
                                                   beth colodny
                                             age 15 (16 on july 10)
                                           blossom710@aol.com
                                                    1141 garfield ave
                                                   libertyville, il 60048
                                                   phone: 847-680-8893

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um, anybody going to be at canes this evening for the dar williams
show?  e-mail privately if you are, i'm on digest and won't see broad
band responses until tomorrow.
if you're there (whoever you are), look for a tall brown haired guy
with a cowboy junkies t-shirt on and say hi....
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date:         thu, 12 jun 1997 18:14:26 -0500
reply-to:     stewart nelson cramer <scramer@indiana.edu>
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i have to say they are the best group i have ever seen perform.  my
personal experience with them was the most incredible thing that has
happened to me in my life.  in 1994 (i think), bloomington, in, i
actually go to go up and sing on stage with the indigo girls on stage,
along with my 2 friends (who were female).  we got to go up because of an
interesting sing that we held up.  the indigo girls saw and invited us up
for their reprise of "closer to fine".  it was a most religious
experience.  one that i will never forget.  if amy or emily ever read
this, i would be more than happy to sing back up for you on your album
for free someday on your next release!!  :)  if not that, i would settle
to come up and sing with you again at deer creek.  they gave me one of my
most valued memories.  thanks.  your music means so much to me, it talks
to my soul.  it sits in my heart.  it warms my bones.  brings a smile to
my face when the window panes are full of rain.  thanks for all of the
beautiful music.  (i met amy after the concert before she got in her car
to leave, i gave her my address, phone, and email, but i never got a
responce . . . amy or emily, if you ever read this . . . it would mean
the world to me;)  you guys are the best.

stewart
scramer@indiana.edu

                            stewart nelson cramer
                        student of vocal performance

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ok the only thing that might (and i say might) make up my (and tami's)
dissapointment of having to sell our saratoga tickets, is a boot.  anyone?
i have tons to trade!
lori

ps i'd organize a tree and everything....pretty please...


"this could be the saddest dusk i've ever seen turn to a miracle"
                                            rem

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subject:      fwd: michelle malone

i have listed for you all the michelle malone appearance dates.  hope you get
this okay.
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date:    97-06-12 20:37:02 edt
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to:      thegagirls
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michelle malone
all dates shown
date      city      state      venue
06/07/97boston  ma        boston pride
06/08/97atlanta  ga        highlands festival
06/20/97portlandme        to be announced
06/21/97portlandme        portland pride
06/22/97new yorkny       new york pride
06/23/97new yorkny       fez under time
06/26/97milwaukeewi      summerfest
06/28/97atlantaga          my sister's room
06/29/97atlantaga          atlanta pride
07/02/97los angelesca  greek theatre
07/09/97st. paulorchampoeg state amph.
07/11/97seattlewa        pier 62 / 63
08/23/97atlantaga         eddie's attic
09/27/97atlantaga         eddie's attic

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subject:      pine knob list meet-

so far the plans are to meet at 5:30 or so at the picnic area to the
right of the ticket turnstiles (on your right as you face the ticket
booths)...you will see a bunch a trees.........bring what ya want to
drink and eat....since you won't have entered the theatre yet, you
can put everything back in your car before the show...i havent been
to pine knob yet this year...so i hope the picnic area is still there.
..but a good thing is that i know for sure that the trees are.....
sound like an adventure??  if the tables arent there anymore...we
will have to move it to the parking lot....tailgate style.....i am
working on a sign so no one will not walk up and start talking to
some strangers about the list and have them think you are strange.....
.more details to follow......any and all help would be appreciated!!
(as in does anyone know if the picnic area still exists??????) my
memory is fading fast.......

forever indigo,
cathy

"...if i have a care in the world, i have a gift to bring..."  e.
saliers

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subject:      input needed please!

hey everyone!

as a summer project, i want to create a special indigo girls web page.
i've done many other pages before, but this will be the first one that
will be theme-specific and i will probably be putting more effort into
this one than any others.  what i am asking from you, wonderful fellow
listers, is input.  are there any sites, pictures, sound clips, etc. that
you've found to be good?  i would love any help that anyone could give,
even if it's just to tell me how it looks.  if there's anyone else out
there who wants to help with the actual publishing, let me know, too.  i
would love to collaborate on this.  i want this to be a great page that
would make devoted fans proud.  (ok, that sounded really corny... but i
think you get what i mean!) so please please please check your bookmarks
and stored files for me.  i'll post the site when it finally comes into
being.

thanks! :)
--samantha (the ski girl)

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subject:      finger lakes rocked*rolling stone rots
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hey all... been hanging out here trying to read all this *stuff* because i
love these girls! did anyone happen to read the oh-so-rude review of the new
album in rolling stone? two stars, emily as a "lost dreamer," amy as a
"wacky sadomasochist," and a mean slice at the end that compares the girls
to their inspirations in a nasty way...read on-

"...still, indigo girls' overwrought intensity can be cloying.  personal
confession and social protest have rich traditions in pop music, of course,
but not every mooney-eyed coed who strums a guitar in a campus coffeehouse
grows up to be bob dylan or joni mitchell. indigo girls may have their
earth-sister charms, but they've yet to make music that's rounded enough to
reflect life in the real world."
(reprinted w/o permission from rolling stone)

can i just say... mean!  on a happier note, i went to the finger lakes show
on tues, and i swear that my friend and i were the only ones dancing to the
far amy side... there was a good ten people in the center dancing, but i was
so surprised that the crowd wasn't more...  eek!!! (like i was) we screamed
"amy" and she waved... big whoop i know but i felt special... surprised but
elated that they played so much rop and this is so weird... i just turned to
stan and said, "i wish they would play 'land of canaan'" and guess what the
next song was? i freaked!!!  i was like, "i'm a psychic friend!!"  cut it
out is so rockin-amy went so high!... and if i do recall (correct me if i'm
wrong, but i'm doing a double-take as i type) she broke no strings.  i think
this is accurate because i didn't take my eyes off her the entire night, and
thank goodness she was wearing jeans and not those gross black pants!  but
em was wearing the ppv shirt, looking happy and so cute.

ulali was way better than on ppv!  they sang this one song and dedicated it
to gov. pataki "who needs to keep his taxes off our reservations."- jennifer
and before bmhawn, amy goes," this song is dedicated to gov. pataki...i
don't know the man, but i'm sure he'll appreciate this." when i cheered this
dude in front of me shot me this "shut up and sit down and respect your
governor" look so i screamed again.

trivialisms...
if anyone was there, didn't it look like amy's jeans had a skoal line on the
right butt pocket(really i wasn't staring or anything) i'm thinking vintage
here...  she's not a "sko-dipper," right?  :)

what did that one guy throw? how about those security vultures?  my friend
and i were scoping the perimeter but they were everywhere!! i was like,
"jump the fence!"  and he had to hold me back.  i told him that if we
crawled thru the underbrush...

didn't you feel so proud when emily goes, "it's so beautiful here.  i wish
we could stay."  amy backed her up with the say-it-all-in-a-word "yeah..."
sometimes i wouldn't trade new york for anything.  except ig stuff.

ok, woah.  sorry this is so long, but had to pitch in.  "the advocate" with
the gay male stars-where are they? cover had a neato ig article and sweet
review.

*your name is still
carved on my arm
last night i tried to
wash me clean
but
you're here to stay*

ramona
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date: 6/12/97
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date:         thu, 12 jun 1997 23:03:13 -0400
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from:         tigger here! <ndygotiggr@aol.com>
subject:      feral - a daemon records sampler / jesus christ super-star

does anyone want a copy of this?  it will fit on a 60- minute tape and
showcases several excellent daemon artists, including danielle howle, the
rock-a-teens, james hall, and many more.  it also has 3 selections from jesus
christ super-star:  a resurrection, which (for those who don't already know)
starred our beloved amy as jesus.  i will boot this tape for anyone who wants
it.  don't flame me because on the tape insert, it is marked really big
"please duplicate" - now how many record companies make a please-duplicate
tape????  anyone who wants it, holler at me.

and on another tack, i mentioned jcs........has anyone not seen/heard this
production?????  if you haven't, get hold of daemon and get your copy
now!!!!!!!  i bought this tape (the video and the soundtrack both) and they
arrived day before yesterday....i've listened to nothing else since.  it is
excellent!!!!!!!!!!  as i said earlier, for the uninitiated, the video stars
amy as jesus, michael lorant as judas, gerard mchugh as pontius pilate and
emily as mary magdalene.  this is an excellent, modernized production of the
old story  and if you don't have it, go get it!!!!!!!

you can order it through daemon records at www.monsterbit.com/daemon/  or if
you don't have a charge card at p. o. box 1207, decatur ga, 30031 (this is
also where you can get all of daemon's other stuff.)  the video is $15, the
cd soundtrack is $15 and the tape soundtrack is $9.   the feral sampler i
mentioned earlier is also available, it's $5.  and tack on $2 postage in the
us

ok, i'm done plugging jcs for now!!!

peace, harmony and indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism  (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
can you show me now that i will not be killed in vain!
show me just a little of your omnipresent brain!
show me there's a reason for your wanting me to die!
you're far too keen on where and when and not so hot on why!
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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reply-to:     leah beth kaplan <indigirl@ix.netcom.com>
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from:         leah beth kaplan <indigirl@ix.netcom.com>
subject:      sniffles and you know your obsessesed...

hey y'all,
    i successfully dislodged myself from the list :( but i have a
couple last words.  okay, i'm going to be gone for eight weeks this
summer at camp doing a staff in training program (it's the greatest
program ever!).  and i was thinking about how much i was going to miss
the list and i said, "hey, maybe (since i absolutely live and die for
mail at camp) the listees (or fortunate ones or indyheads or kind
friends) would be kind enough to write me at camp!"  so here we go
(keep in mind i appreciate mail no matter what it is, you coud send me
an unfilled envelope and i'd be jumping for joy!) i am asking if any of
you wonderful people would just write a letter to me while i'm at camp
(ya get bored at work, pick up a pencil, drop me a line).  doesn't have
to be about anything important, just a note or something.

    so here's my camp address (i'll be there from june 18-august 10)

leah kaplan sit               or e-mail me and write leah kaplan sit at
camp chi                        the top: campchi@mcimail.com
p.o. box 104
lake delton, wisconsin      or if you really get overzealous, fax me!
53940                       608-253-7328

is my camp not totally into the nighties or what!

and on to the ig content, my friend lyndsey, her sister lisa (she's a
listee) and i are in borders and...
you know your an obsessed indigo girls fan when after contemplating
stealing 2 of the sots promo posters from the display and realizing
they'd notice the little gap between posters, you contemplate stealing
the entire table with the promo posters attached and hope the borders
people think they are loosing their minds when they discover the entire
table missing! we didn't take the table, only because it wouldn't fit
in the car!

    i'm finished rambling now so until fall,
    signing off this is leah kaplan

    wait!  one last plea, please write me!!!!!!!!!

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hello all those out there in ig land!

i'm back.  i was gone for a couple months, but i'm back now and glad to be.  moved
from boston back home.  went to the concert on tues. at the finger lakes and was also
wondering if any of the few actual fans that were at the show did boot the concert.
if you could let me know that would be great!

thanks!
lanie
lbittner@frontiernet.net

"hey everyone, i was wondering if any of you know about a boot from the
tuesday finger lakes show.  if anyone has information i would really
love to get ahold of a copy.  someone out there must have made one, the
show was wonderful."

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from:         rose west <rosebudd36@aol.com>
subject:      ig on rosie (aol members)

i just wanted to share this with list members who have aol.  if you go to
keyword: rosie, you can download a picture of them taken while they were
being interviewed on the rosie o'donnell show in .jpg format (rosie isn't in
the picture) and you can also download a video clip (.avi) of them singing.
because the sound on my pc isn't working i can't tell you which part of soy
is on the clip but it lasts around 30 seconds and it looks great (most of the
clip is of amy).

i can forward either the pic and/or video clip to non-aol members.  just
email which you would prefer, include your email address and have patience!
also include the request in the subject line so i don't accidently delete
the message.

have an indigo day....

rose

++++"how many girls are in the indigo girls, is it a big band?"  - asked of
me by my co-worker.  the next day i took a copy of pulse in for her to read.
:-/

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subject:      ig on rosie revisited

it looks like i jumped the gun on my last post.  non-aol members can also
download the picture (.jpg) and the video clip (.avi) that i mentioned in my
previous post.  the web site is:  http://www.rosieo.com and then click on
highlights.

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subject:      free wendy bucklew show, l.a. (nigc)
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hello cyber-gang,

wendy bucklew is playing the troubadour in los angeles on thursday, july 3rd
at 8pm.  once again, we have free tickets available, so if you'd like some,
please call, fax or e-mail us (info below).  we can send them to you or
leave them at will call.  (troubadour address is 9081 santa monica blvd, 310
276 6168).  the last troubadour show was a blast, so come on down and hear
some fine bucklew tunes.

for those of you who've been asking:  wendy's new album, "asleep in the
swing," is still available via mail order.  to get your very own copy, send
a check for $17 ($15 for cd, $2 for s/h), made out to "machado
entertainment," to the address below.  at the moment, this cd is available
in a limited quantity, but if you send us an e-mail, we'll put one aside for
you.  you won't regret it.  this album rocks.

as always, wendy's schedule is available via her website and you can write
to her at wendy@flylive.com.  we thank you for all the cool notes and great
feedback.

lorene machado

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

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hey yall,

i was wondering if there was any kind soul out there that made a tape of
the pnc arts center show.  i would appreciate a copy if anyone did.  i
have
lots of tapes to trade.

peace,

stacey

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from:         ferran nogueroles d'oliveira <maror@teleco.upv.es>
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subject:      nigc:k's choice live online tonight june 11th 9pm  pdt
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yesterday  i received this from the official epic k's choice list:
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look for k's choice to make their internet concert debut when they
headline the troubadour in los angeles wednesday, june 11. fans can
log onto the to see and hear (via realaudio) the band perform cuts
from their paradise in me album.

at the troubadour, the festivities begin live at 9:00 pm pt, kicking
off with a backstage interview with the band at 9:15 pm pt, to be
followed by their live show at 9:50 pm pt.

http://www.550music.com.

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*and also someone in the list sent this:
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hey, any and all interested atlanta folks...k's choice will be on the
live x on 99x this friday at 1 pm.  just thought you'd like to know!
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if someone has been able to tape either of those shows from the radio
or live, tell me and we'll set up a trade.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
"beat me up                |ferran nogueroles d'oliveira
and smash my brand new tv|      & monica soutto
to help me look for                |    <maror@teleco.upv.es>
a little piece of paradise in me"| universitat politecnica de  valencia
       k's choice-'paradise in me'
valencia, the valencian land,(..still spain but not for too long)europe
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reply-to:     shawn e daly <paa4687@dpschp11.dpsc.dla.mil>
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from:         shawn e daly <paa4687@dpschp11.dpsc.dla.mil>
subject:      (nigc) guinness fleadh nyc

i have extra tickets for both nights of the guinness fleadh on randall's
island in ny this weekend . if anybody is intrested i'm asking for the
face value which is only $35 . single tickets are $40 at the door .
please reply to me by 3:00 . van morrison , natalie merchant , paula cole
, john prine , suzanne vega , christy moore , neville bros. , soul asylum
, black 47 , altan , and many others are scheduled . dia beannacht leat...
sean daly
215-737-3270 or e-mail....

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date:         fri, 13 jun 1997 08:31:24 -0400
reply-to:     erin <tracy1@mindspring.com>
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hi guys!

i'm getting a new e-account, and i have the pleasure of picking my own user
id.  i need something 3-12 characters long.  i'd like it to have a
feminist/literary/historical/indigo(?) reference but i'm drawing blanks.
does anyone have suggestions?

also, is sarah of michelle malone propaganda out there?  if so, please write.
:-d
erin

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date:         fri, 13 jun 1997 08:45:28 -0400
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i was watching the "today" show as i was getting ready for work this
morning. they had a segment about what's going to be "hot" this summer in
the way of books, movies, music, etc. the guy who was being interviewd
about new music releases was asked by matt lauer what music tours were
going to be generating a good "buzz' (i.e., money intake) and he
mentioned that u2 wasn't doing that well and lollapalooza wasn't expected
to do well either. but the best buzz he was hearing was the lf tour and
he said a little of what it was and named some of the artists on it and
actually mentioned the igs.

n.


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date:         fri, 13 jun 1997 08:57:58 -0400
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              i believe i have fallen into indigo land , and can't get up....
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probably everyone else has posted already, and i know at least one person
has the set-list (wnk* tamara!) but i just wanted to tell y'all how
awesome of a concert this was.  we had such incredible seats, i mean, amy
and emily were right there!!!!, and ulali rocked.  many thanks to don for
all the work he put into our list get together.  (those were really
*goooood* hot dogs..;)  ) it was great to see everyone who showed up!

amy and emily were incredible.  after a fanatastic show that contained
perfection, some mind altering rock'n'roll stuff, and even a couple
bloopers (ok, let's see if we can get this together now...<laugh
hysterically>-from amy during chickenman...) i came home so at peace with
the world.  what a great show...it makes me wish i had tix for fraze and
pine knob.  ;(

amyray, more details by everyone else are sure to follow....all in all, an
increidble evening.

btw, lisa t!  were ya successful????  <wink>!

peace y'all!
yours from indigoland and rainy edinboro pa,

karrie

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date:         fri, 13 jun 1997 08:58:52 -0400
reply-to:     "karrie a. bowen" <karrie@ncinter.net>
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please dear god i hope someone booted this show......

pleasepleaseplease.....

peace, love and ig-
karrie

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hey everybody...
gotta tell ya about last night.
well first of all the luckiest thing in the world happened to me.  so one of
my friends who i haven't talked to in over a year calls me up 15 min before
i leave for the show and gives me 2 more tickets, a parking pass, and passes
to the vip pavillion, that was cool.  so we get there at like 7 and my
girlfriend and i go back and get a pizza in the vip place and this guy goes
"did you win your tickets from wqal?"  and i go "no" and it turns out that 5
min later he takes the winners back to meet a&e.  so while i'm sitting there
saying how i should have just told him i won, this woman from the radio
station says "how bout i just take you guys back there and you can pretend
you were winners?"  wow!!!  so i'm waiting in the room and out walk a&e and
i was shaking.  amy walks up to me and i shake her hand and tell her my name
and that it's nice to meet her and the same with emily.  then they sign the
free piosters we got and i got my picture with amy while i talked to her
about how i like chiapas bound. she said she's still working on it and that
she gave it to steve earle to finish.  she told me that she wants to get a
chorus or something and she laughed and said "i've got time though!"  i was
blown away at how down to earth, nice and downright friendly they were!!
unbelieveable.

on to the show...amazing.  the band is real tight!  they did everything off
sots except it's alright, opened with ttbt and also did ghost, least comp,
power of two, land of canaan, galileo, blood quantum, an awesome chickenman,
closer to fine, and the 2nd encore was kid fears (little extra treat)  they
seemed to be having a blast...laughing the whole time amy would look at the
crowd and smile and laugh. man it was perfect.  best song of the night shed
your skin rocked the house!!!!!  wow...absoultely blew me away!!

well, thanks for reading and i can't wait until pine knob!!

rob
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*  in your heart."  --sioux indian saying    *
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* "the flesh is strong, the spirit stronger  *
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date:         fri, 13 jun 1997 10:47:26 -0400
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well it looks like we have been beaten by a few other members of the
group about the blossom show...
oh well, the show was wonderful and that can't be said enough, so i
just thought i'd throw it in there again...
and to add to the evening, lisa, libby and i (kate) went wandering
after the show and hung around the buses for awhile, got talking with
sara lee and the women from ulali (i hope i spelled that right) and then
shortly after emily came out and we got things signed, and i got to give
her a hug!!!!!!!!!!!   and then she got on the bus and about 10-15
minutes later (we weren't keeping track...) amy came out and she was
happy to sign things also... it was incredible...
and the wonderful thing is we get to do it all over again tonight and
tomarrow!!!!!!!!  we are going all out...

indigo kate

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are there any plans to get a party or something going before or after
any of the berkeley shows?

also, i may have one extra reserved (oo) seat for the saturday night
show. i'm not sure yet but if people want it, mail me. i would of course
give it too you for $40, which is what it cost me. :)

-larissa

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date:         fri, 13 jun 1997 12:42:05 edt
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subject:      ig trivia iii: we have a winner

the correct answer was submitted by abby493@aol.com, who writes:
>is it that each of them contain a song which was not written by the ig?  on
>rop, romeo and juliet, and on sf, get together.
thanks for playing, everyone!
kirsten

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hey y'all!

i know its a week late, but i finally have a few minutes to share a couple
of highlights of our schmabulous great woods tailgate party....i was in
cheekcargo for a conference this week and was barely able to squeek in a
short visit with sometimes-lurker dee schulman (hey dee!  thanks for the
airport transportation!)...anyway....

ok, it all started from the ford parking lot at mit...the 4 cars in the
caravan were: chris becker and his gf kim, jess and merri-beth, karen
harper and jan vansyckel (queen of the jello shot!  thanks jan!), and last
but certainly not least myself, anj milner, audrey beth stein and katie
(the lurker "i fear flammage") grant...we were  supposed to leave at 3:30,
but someone (and i won't mention anj's name) forgot her ticket and got on a
train to go home and get it - dough!)...ergo, we didn't end up leaving
until 4:15...(it's no biggie anj, really)...anyhoo, we're not on the road
5 minutes, and speed racer chris b and karen h. in her kewl new honda run a
yellow, leaving my group and jess and merri-beth stuck at a red
light....and the race began! (who's going to reack gw first...?)  well, i
bow to their decision to take 93 to 95....they won!  we were about 15
minutes behind...but then again...we were on a mission...

route 95 was a parking lot and i was getting hungry...and all the food was
in my trunk.  so i said "i want my doritos"  and kate said "well, how are
we gonna get them...everything's in the trunk and we're in a moving vehicle
on a major highway?"  "well, i have split fold down rear seats..."  so, my
s-hero anj volunteered to go for them...she pulled down the seat and
slithered into my trunk, passing tape cases, jumper cables, and all the
other stuff in there and viola!  she found the doritos!  yay!  (i was
happy)...unfortunately, we had no camera, so all we have is the memory of
anj's...um...backside hanging out of my trunk and the sound of crinkling
bags...hehehe...

well, who out there can eat doritos and not have something to drink?

me: "i want a diet coke"
k8:  "can we go thru the seat again?"
me: "nope, can't open the cooler..."
k8: "i can jump out"
me: "ok!"

so in the stop-n-go traffic, we finally slowed, i popped the trunk, kate
jumped out, opened the cooler, ran two diet cokes back to jess and
merri-beth, who were throwing us a "block" from the moving traffic on route
95, ran back, got two
more diet cokes, closed everything up, and jumped back in the car!  whoo hoo!
kate grant does the 30 second trunk run on interstate 95 in full traffic!

yes!  \o/
       |
      / \

i was happy yet again......

we finally got there, and there was food-o-plenty already...bbq's set up,
lots to munch on, frisbees, footballs, cameras (yes, there will be a web
page!), music, a lot of laughs and good conversation and a lot of putting
faces to names....that was my favorite part...that and anj's "bearing her
all" to hide the booting equipment (k8 and joni <to the rescue>:  "geez,
anj, you're hanging out here...").

it was great to meet everyone (jen lucero....let me just say you kicked-ass
throwing that football...wow!  btw, the bill's in from that broken
windshield...call me....;o)

as we douced the charcoal grill, we tried to send up a smoke signal message
to the queen of cheese ("susie....we're over here!") but as everyone else
was that day, she was caught in traffic.....

(lessee....i hit everything?)....um, late, race, doritos, diet coke,
food-footballs-frisbees-fun....oh, yea....there was this kewl concert right
near the tailgate party, and it rawked!  i gotta find out who they were cuz
i gotta get their cd.... there was this chicka in bear feet on stage and it
was fnarking cold out!  ;o)

last but certainly not least, kate and i would like to give a personal
"thanks!" and "whoo hoo!" to all the gentlemen in the rest room who so
graciously let us in to use the facilities so we didn't have to wait in the
ladies room line:

guy #1 (at the door): "sure, you can go in...there's lots of chicks in there!"
guy #2 (at the urinal)  "hey! don't make a habit of this!"
k8 and joni (running in): "don't worry, we won't!"

have a great weekend everyone!  (i still have chicken left...any takers?  ;o)

joni  :o)
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subject:      awesome pic of ani (nigc)
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heres a pic of ani difranco for all you ani fans. its an awesome pic thought
i'd share it with you :-)

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i recently saw something posted about a special to be aired during the month
of june.
does anyone have any specific date on this?
i called vh-1 and they have no listing of any ig program through june 29.
anybody?

rena

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i'd be game to get together before the show. maybe get coffee
somewhere close to the campus. does someone want to suggest a place to
hang out?
can't make it after the show.

monique

larissa brown wrote:
>
> are there any plans to get a party or something going before or after
> any of the berkeley shows?
>
> also, i may have one extra reserved (oo) seat for the saturday night
> show. i'm not sure yet but if people want it, mail me. i would of course
> give it too you for $40, which is what it cost me. :)
>
> -larissa
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subject:      indigo girls avi offer
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a lot of people seem to be enjoying the avi files i made from the indigo
girls concert at great woods that was on pay per view. i have a file of the
opening they showed that has a bunch of video clips of ig at various
concerts, in videos, etc. i don't want to put this on up on my page because
it's 4.5 mgs & it'll put me over my limit for my page which will cost me more
per month. so...i'm willing to upload this file to anyone who wants it. it's
is 1 minute long, 4.5 mgs in size & with a 28.8 modem will take around 30
minutes to download (i'm guessing) you must be able to receive a file of that
size & of course it helps if you are able to play .avi files on your
computer. if you are interested in getting this file, send me email with a
head that says "ig avi" & the email name you want it sent to. since it takes
a while to upload i am going to wait about a week to compile names & then
send it out to everyone at once.

susan
http://www.geckotech.com/sooz911

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date:         fri, 13 jun 1997 19:18:44 ut
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subject:      lilith mpls. mn  ???

hey kind friends,

can someone please e-mail me privately with the number for ordering tickets to
this show.  i know that they go on sale in the morning and i have to call from
  utah so . . .
also, does anyone know if this will have reserved seating or only ga.
please respond asap if you have any of the above info.

thanks so much,
cami

i still need someone to buy my july 17 red rocks tickets.

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hey y'all!!!

i know that the great new radio airplay has been all talked about,
but...i am just overly happy that i heard soy on the school bus this
afternoon!! my friend, skye, and i always end up belting  out  ig  to
mask the awful stuff that is on that station, and hearing it was, well,
great!!

ok. later-
becca


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subject:      realaudio ig

this is my first post to the list so...hi everyone!!

if this is old news, forgive me, but i just discovered it and thought i'd
share.  there is a realaudio clip of an ig concert i found through the
ultimate band list.  it's about 39 minutes long, and its just amy and emily.
it was recorded in april at the crocodile cafe in seattle.

i managed to get this onto a cassette (not easy) so if you don't have
realaudio (or even if you do) and would like a copy or trade, let me know and
we'll work something out.

here's the setlist:

shed your skin
get out the map
don't give that girl a gun
caramia
shame on you  ~~ emily breaks a string...yes i said emily...no i'm not
mistaken
everything in its own time
scooter boys
galileo


abby  =o)

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hey there fellow igfans, i just got a call today from someone involved with
the vh1 hard rock live show and he told me that the air date for the ig is
august 24(i believe he said it was ig and rusted root). he also gave me free
tix to a comedy taping for the show! i feel so 'connected'(even though he
just got my name off of the list for the ig tix but...) anyway, hope that
helps-dave

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it's bad enough getting 4-5 digests a day, but now i'm going to have to go
in and delete files from my eudora\attach directory!  this attaching files
to posts thing is getting out of hand.  anything you have to "show and tell"
can be distributed other ways.  in fact, the copyright holder is probably
distributing it in the way they intended anyway.  just point us to where you
found the good stuff, ok?

lorie : )

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pre-show last time around, my friends and i just sort of camped at the
gates. we got some cool pics, got to talk to carolyn aiken, and it was a
total blast!

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i am going to the berkley show next month and i have every intention of
recording it. who can give me advice on the best methods?

stoka

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subject:      nigc: kd on rosie again ?

according to next weeks tv guide, it lists kd as being on rosie again next
friday !

chris

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hey everybody!!!

>i actually go to go up and sing on stage with the indigo girls on
stage,
>along with my 2 friends (who were female).  we got to go up because of
an
>interesting sing that we held up.  the indigo girls saw and invited us
up
>for their reprise of "closer to fine".  it was a most religious
>experience.  one that i will never forget.

no kidding!!!  i get to sing with a+e sometimes but its only in the
shower and at their concerts...  :~-(
on another (less jealous note)...i thought that this would be a good
time to mention something amazing that happened at my first ig concert!
it was in charleston, sc two years ago (like you didn't know that
already...i drove ya'll crazy!!!).  so they were in the middle of the
encore and one of the girls in the audience decided that she couldn't
see them well enough so when one of the bouncers wasn't looking she
climbed up on stage and sat right down in between a+e  with her back to
the audience rocking back and forth!!!!!!!
well, one of the bouncers noticed and started towards her (to kick her
off...booooo!) and amy (?) told him not to...it was fine with them!!!!
sure enough, about fifty people climbed up on stage and sat down for the
last couple songs!  it was beautiful!!!!!

ok...enough memories for now!  see ya'll later!

ruthie

hey liz...stine....

btw  is rain still out there...from summerville?

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subject:      article in 'teen magazine

hello everyone!
     this is (of course) reprinted without permission.  it's nothing
spectacular, and there's only a picture of the album cover. it's in the july
edition on page 81 under "rad reviews"...okay, i don't want to talk about it!
:)

grassroots indigo girls
it's been a decade since this folky female duo started making award-winning
records.  shaming of the sun (epic), their seventh, is the latest.  the
neatest thing about amy ray and emily sailiers is how their voices work
togerher: one has a rougher twang; the other sings more sweetly.  equally
cool: tunes stocked with sisterly wisdom help you get through your most
stressed-out days.

i just love that sisterly widom thing!
peace y'all,
nicole

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date:         fri, 13 jun 1997 19:27:28 -0400
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subject:      (nigc--sgc)top 15 questions on the spice girl job application

sorry, but i thought this was quite clever and cute...celeste
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forwarded message:
from:   masser@westol.com (veronica maraschino)
to:     jerman@twd.net, adamts@aol.com, botany07@aol.com, lship80@trib.infi.net,
pipespa@aol.com, rmatthews@rachel.chatham.edu
date: 97-06-11 20:46:14 edt


hey gurls and boyz, wassup.
rachel -- did you get to see the magnetic fields in dc?
dont forget your lonely friend kristin!
love xo,
miss maraschino.

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>>================================================================
>>       t  h  e     t  o  p     f  i  v  e     l  i  s  t
>>                   live from the moulin rouge
>>================================================================
>>                         june 11, 1997
>>
>>    the top 15 questions on the spice girl job application
>>
>>
>>15> in space provided, tell us why you want, why you really,
>>    really, want this job.
>>
>>14> do you have any detectable vestige of talent, besides your
>>    hooters?
>>
>>13> would it, like, bother you to be the target of unrelenting
>>    hatred?
>>
>>12> how would you best describe yourself?
>>        ( ) an energetic self-starter
>>        ( ) a team player
>>        ( ) a tasty, albeit untalented, bit of crumpet
>>
>>11> true or false: a mosh pit is the seed of the mosh fruit.
>>
>>10> "i am willing to trade sexual favors for a career in the music
>>    industry."  ( )yes  ( )no
>>
>> 9> how many times have you been kicked out of a karaoke bar?
>>
>> 8> does nudity bother you? if so, should i put my clothes back on?
>>
>> 7> explain the difficulties in identifying the source of
>>    individual free will in light of the deterministic theories of
>>    neurochemical medicine and modern behavioralist psychology.
>>    just kidding!!  seriously, do you like leather mini-skirts?
>>
>> 6> are you deceptively attractive in colored or stroboscopic light?
>>
>> 5> choose an appropriate nickname: sexy, nasty, sweetie, chlamydia.
>>
>> 4> have you ever been convicted of combining vertical and
>>    horizontal stripes?
>>
>> 3> if two trains leave liverpool an hour apart at 90 kilometers,
>>    and 75 kilometers an hour, respectively, how would you look in
>>    spandex?
>>
>> 2> does the term "force majeure in perpetuity" make you afraid or
>>    just giggly?
>>
>> and the number 1 question on the spice girl job application...
>>
>> 1> if required as part of your deal with satan, would you be
>>    willing to help alleviate prince charles's loneliness?
>>
>>

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date:         fri, 13 jun 1997 19:49:16 -0400
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from:         celeste pietrusza <botany07@aol.com>
subject:      igc blossom review of sorts

howdy, ya'll! just got back from a crazy night of sorts in cuyahoga falls,
oh...man that had to be the strangest night of my life! well, about the
concert first...

this was my second time seeing the girls, and a completely different venue
and situation--last time was penn state, where it was just amy, emily, and a
couple guitars...i cant say which was better, they were two completely
different concerts....

ulali was amazing!!! my friend and i just sat there, mouths agape, at the
gorgeous harmonies those women sang--the strangest (and therefore most
alluring) was the heavy breathing (that is the only way i can possibly
describe it) during shed your skin....amazing that such sound can be produced
from three voices and a couple minimalist percussion instruments!!

i wont even attempt a setlist, but they did open up with tried to be true,
one of my faves, which had me all fired up and dancing! it was interesting
how the crowd reacted to amy's songs as compared to emily's...as soon as
emily began, everyone would sit down as if on cue...no one knew what the heck
to do during cut it out...that song has such raw power it is actually
frightening...leeds was definitely one of the highlights of the night...it
was great to see emily playing the piano!

the encore consisted of blood quantum (when was the last time they played
that?) i was pleasantly surprised!!, an amazing (as usual though) version of
chickenman, and the mandatory closer to fine...but then amy received some
flowers from who-knows and they came back one more time to play kid fears!

heehee...for some reason, the staff at blossom had no idea who was to park
where and my friend and i ended up in a lot i believe we were definitely not
supposed to be there (um, the tour busses were parked right beside us)
unfortunately, we were shooed out before we could get any kind of glimpse of
the girls...we played some guitar for some fun hippies though!

i want to thank don for all his help, carl the trucker, and joe our guardian
angel for helping us get home safely--we couldn't have made it without ya'll

it was great meeting some of ya listees (p.s. indigo kate, if you read this,
you might be happy to know you bear an eerie resmblance to a young amy!)

all my love, celeste

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subject:      sorry for all the posts, but i need help (nigc)

okay, i have a problem of sorts...i was robbed last night of my purse and
some other belongings...i can replace most of them (i dont have any credit
cards or anything) but i did have a $50 lilith fair ticket in there which i
treasured dearly...understandably, i am devestated...i know the seat, time i
bought it, where i got it, etc, but i am assuming ticketmaster has some kind
of "not responsible for lost, damaged, or stolen tickets" policy, and am
probably out of luck...can anyone help me out here or give me a suggestion as
to what to do?  thanks once again, celeste

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subject:      now that ya'll are sick of me! (sigc)

okay, i have a really good idea here, i dont know if it's ever been done
before, but is there any possible way us listees could make a tape of "listee
indigo covers"? anyone, professional, amateur, parody, whatever...could
record their version of an ig song and someone could complile them into one
collection. i think it would be neat! anyone with any input reply via private
email! thanx, celeste

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subject:      la tix available for 7/2 at the greek

for those of you in the la area, i have two ig tickets for sale for the july
2nd show at the greek theater.  if you're interested, please e-mail me
privately.  thanks!

carrol
carrolch@aol.com

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date:         fri, 13 jun 1997 21:59:50 -0500
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subject:      pine knob list meet

ok knobbers.......i promise this is the last damn post about the pine
knob list meet!! since there is not a restaurant within 20 miles of
pine knob that can hold a decent crowd......the only place to hold
the list meet is at pine knob itself....(which is ok because traffic
into the knob sucks just before showtime, so better to come early and
meet a few new friends!) bring yourself, bring a friend, bring a
cooler and some munchies, or whatever you would like.....meeting area
will be either in the picnic area to the right of the ticket gate (as
you face the gate)  5:30 or so....i will be there.......you will see
a clump of trees.....if the picnic tables are no longer there...then
we will have a tailgate.....(the clump of trees i am talking about is
right next to the parking lot....so just look for the "ig list meet"
sign....(my friend is making it, so i have no idea what it will look
like)....remember.....in the picnic area or parking lot near the
trees...to the right of the ticket gate. look for the sign!!!.....
hope to see you all there!!

forever indigo,
cathy

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subject:      re: now that ya'll are sick of me! (sigc)
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it's been done...indicated i, ii, and iii. anyone is welcome to put together
indicated iv, though. ;-)
kirsten

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the tickets to lf in shakopee, mn were supposed to go on sale june 14
but a quick check of their site just now says tickets don't go on sale
until june 27.

anyone know which is the correct date? would it be best to try calling
tomorrow just to make sure they aren't selling tickets yet? also, does
anyone know if the tickets are reserved or just general admission?

any info is appreciated.

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>the encore consisted of blood quantum (when was the last time they
played
>that?)


actually, they played it at the tulsa show...and we were pleasantly
surprised, as well.  = )


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hey kind friends,
i am desperate for two good tickets to the june 28th
show in dallas if anyone can help me.
thanks,
cindy

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subject:      hi, all

hi, list,

i am not sure if this list ever does this, but i wanted to introduce myself
because i am a new listmember.......i am a 25 year old female from
birmingham, al.  i wanted to say hi to everyone.  i have been familiar with
the girls for about 4 years, but did not really get into them until this past
spring.  i really love their slower, love ballads the best, altho i do enjoy
the faster - paced songs as well. i think they are really great about their
deep lyrics and such emotion.  i get such fulfillment out of their music as a
person and as a lesbian.  it feeds my spirit and soul.

anyway, just wanted to say hi to everyone and i really look forward to
partaking in the list.

take care,
amanda

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subject:      the won/one debate
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hi, i was thinking today about "don't give that girl a gun" and i can
understand why amy decided to leave half the chorus out of their lyric
book in
sots, but needless to say, it has left an entire planet (exaggeration) in
turmoil over whether or not she says "she's already one" or "she's already
won".  at first i didn't get the confusion.  of course it was "won".  the
other way didn't make any sense to me.  but then it hit me that "already
one" could mean that she's already a gun, and i felt a little better.  i
know i'm slow alright?  i thought it was just meant as a number.    but
anyway, i think everyone will be happy if we just say that it is "won" the
first time she sings it, and then "one" the second time she sings it.

"she's already won"
"she's already one"

it helps if you put a silent "because" in between the phrases.  ok, sorry
to waste your time.  i'm going to bed.

wendell

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hey everyone-

ok, listen up, i am in dire need for some good boots.  as it is now, my boot
collection is seriously pathetic.  any suggestions on what is good to get
would be greatly appreciated.

also, i was wondering if anyone had the boot from red rocks that is shown on
the watershed video.  you know, the one that they discuss the setlist for,
with reunion 3rd.  another boot i'm interested in is the one that contains
that whole long stream of consciousness that's on the web.  (the first one.)
i think it's from athens, ohio.

thank you all for helping out a newbie!!!

~liz~     (hi ruthie)

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i called tickmaster today (6/14) and they have no information on the lf
tour in shakopee... so i would guess that the 6/27 date is correct...

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hi

does anyone out there have an extra copy of the target sampler?  they are
not carrying it in my area and the trade that i had set up to get one seems
to be falling through.  i can offer either live shows or reimbursment of
costs and shipping.

thanks

carolyn

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so it looks like i won't be seein' the girls at all cause they decided
to bypass chicago except for  the world ( and i'm not pay to sit behind
a 4 foot pillar in the lawn cause thats all thats left..)..do you all
feel sorry?? didn't think so...but i have a request..would some kind
soul who is gonna be seeing them be willing to buy a bumpersticker for
me???that way i can pretend i'll be there..i'll pay ya or give ya a kid
or trade a boot or do whatever personal service we agree on(heh heh
hee   joni??? susie???? karrie???? oh wait... never mind..not yer
type...)
please please please????????????

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dear friends,

sorry to have to post this to the group, but i'm going on a week long
vacation and need to find out how to put my list emails on hold for that
time.  i know it's in the "hi you're now on our list" email that they said
to keep for ever and ever.  i'm a bad girl and i didn't.  since i *know*
this list is filled with kind souls, would someone help me out here?
thanks!

caroline

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hey all,

   i know i posted this already... but for anyone who might have missed
it... there's a sots review in this months issue of cosmik debris.
just go here & check it out!

    http://www.cosmik.com/cosmikdebris/

   that's it!

    twink! ;-)

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hey all!

   becca sent me this url to check out!  thought she wouldn't mind if i
shared it with everyone... in case someone missed it!

       http://www.smu.edu/~mhays/dave/april97/4-30c.jpg

   think y'all will love it!  thanks again to becca... this is a totally
cute picture!

    twink! ;-)

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amy, how tall are you? i've been in love with you since i first saw
you   in 1989.  u r the best!!!   i've been trying to get in touch with
you forever!!!  hope you've gotten my letters to you...hope to hear from
you through email or maybe, if time a letter from you. you can get me
at:
                          danielle laird
                          4134 south broad st.
                          sunnybrae apts. #l-10
                          yardville,nj 08620-2016

                           (609)585-6160

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first, i thought i should introduce myself, my name is kelly, i've already
posted once to this list. but i thought it would be nice to share a
little. i discovered indigo girls quite awhile ago, and while i enjoyed
their music, was not an avid fan. i guess i became an avid fan when i
heard two girls sing "ghost" at our winter formal dance. it was beautiful,
and they told me it was originally sung by the indigo girls. well, i ran
out to buy "rites of passage" and i've been hooked ever since! in fact,
about a month ago, my friend and i (we live in raleigh, nc) contemplated
driving to atlanta to see their show. however, parents and school
obligations got in the way. anyways, i've been on an ig shopping spree,
buying almost all their albums except "1200 curfews."

i love amy and emily for their lyrics, for their ability to sing from the
heart into my heart. not many singer/songwriters have that amazing ability
to make you feel like they're sitting right behind you, testing out this
song just for you. my favorite singer is tori amos and she has a similar
talent. i'm a writer (or so i'd like think) and i hope to emulate them
somehow someday.

second, i'd like to put out a request: ig is coming with lilith fair to
raleigh at the end of july. my friend and i bought reserved seating
tickets. much to our dismay, the gold circle seating tickets were gone
within seconds. if anyone out there has gc tickets and can't use them, my
friend and i would love to see ig up close and personal!!!


kelly

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>from anonymous@rider.edu sat jun 14 12:10:55 1997
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>amy, how tall are you? i've been in love with you since i first saw
>you   in 1989.  u r the best!!!   i've been trying to get in touch with
>you forever!!!  hope you've gotten my letters to you...hope to hear
from
>you through email or maybe, if time a letter from you. you can get me
>at:
>                          danielle laird
>                          4134 south broad st.
>                          sunnybrae apts. #l-10
>                          yardville,nj 08620-2016
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let me know if this works? thanks :o)

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ummmmm?  .....ok.

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on 06/14/97, the faboo mary teresa combs said:

>ummmmm?  .....ok.

lol! i tried to e-mail that grrl, but i got it sent back. poor soul.

-liz-

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hey, all...dunno if this has been covered before, but i just was watching
mystery science theater 3000 (i'm a nerd, go ahead, say it), and the movie
was about zombies of some sort.  these two zombie-looking things were
walking along, and one of the guys said, "the indigo girls look for..." and
i didn't understand what he said they were looking for.  i'm sure it wasn't
nice, since he had already likened the girls to the two zombies...but even
so, it's kinda cool to hear a reference to our favorite girls.  i guess.

anyone else see this?  know what they said?  see ya...

justin

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
i think that the world would be
a lot better if everyone put
little hats on their pet monkeys.

before that can happen,
everyone has to
get pet monkeys.

first thing's first.
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

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in a message dated 97-06-14 01:28:35 edt, you write:

<< it's been done...indicated i, ii, and iii. anyone is welcome to put
together
indicated iv, though. ;-) >>

i'm game !
hey cc ?
are you ready to hone that kickin' 'essence o' amyray' medly ?
hehe
claire

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well i just got a copy of the ppv show (tee hee !!!)
and i must say i loved it ! i thought ulali really added to to
their sound and i am hoping that they will follow them on their enitre tour.
sys oh my ! what an experience !
i just have to bitch about the camera work on the ppv thing,
i thought it was uninspired, the lighting was too, "too"
..that extra bright tv kind that has no sense of nuance or style.
i want to form a non-profit organization to stamp out the
horrible blight of "micrphone mouth" tsk tsk....this could have been
easily avoided by changing the camera angle slightly to the left or
right. it was especially unfortunate during danielle howle's set.
and yes, i think i could do better :)
on the other hand :):)
they soy video is astounding !!!!!!
their best yet !!
i was greatly moved by the images...actrually got chills.
and this one does not suffer from the heartbreak
of 'microphone mouth' no sirree !
i think it would ..should fly on mtv, although i am sad to see the
way crass consumerism has overtaken was once a creative
outlet (mtv).
well ta for now !
claire
"you would think it would embarrass all the people here in paris
  to be thinking every minute of love !!!!!"
leslie "she-ra" caron

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it looks like i am the first one to write about the show!  it was  amazing
and wonderful and the best time of my whole life!  why you might ask?
well, besides the fact that they are always amazing,

i got on stage to sing closer to fine with them!!!  i still can't believe
it actually happened.  it was the most incredible experience i ahve ever
had!!

here's my plea...if anyone or anyone you know booted the show, i will give
an arm and a leg and anything i can to get a copy!  please oh please oh
please!!  it would mean the world to me!

i didnt' write down the set list, so here is my scattered memory version

1. mystery
2. shame on you

after that, they played these songs that i can't rememver the
order...dgtgag, tried to be true. you and me and the 10000 wars, caramia,
reunion, gotm, batl, scooter boys to which amy ran into a bit of chicken
man, tuning her guitar down as she sang, land of canaan(amy broke a
string!), virginia wolfe, shed your skin, it's allright

leeds(in order, last before encore)

then,
hey kind friend
blood quantum
and closer to fine w/ me!! sorry, i am too excited not to gloat!

i know i am missing one song, and i cant think of it.

well, i can die a happy woman now.  what an incredible night!!
thanks y'all,
chris
"do or do not.  there is no try..."
                 -quote from a very wise little green muppet...

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hey kids !!!!!
please please please....would any of you who have vh1 be willing to
tape this for me ???????!!!!!!
i must see it ....and i don't get vh1.
aaarggghhh !!
love,
claire

<<"monterey pop: the lost performances" is scheduled to air
    again on saturday, june 14, at 8:30 p.m.>>

with never before seen film<<of performances by the who, the mamas
and the papas, simon & garfunkel and many others.
among the happy surprises the filmmakers
found was******laura nyro's*****never-seen performance.
                        ^^^^^^^^^^^^
when nyro died in april, 1997 many obituaries repeated the old story
that she was booed off stage at monterey. it turns out that was not the
case. "we will be showing her performance for the first time and
people will see that, in fact, she wasn't booed. she was terrific," said vh1
executive producer bill flanagan. >>>>>

aaaaaaahhhhhhhhh !
love you all :)

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not only was chris lucky to get to sing ctf.  i got to meet amy before the
show.  kettering was the best night of my life. it was so wonderful.  i
can't even begin to explain how it was.  i got amy's autograph on my
favorite book by j.d. salinger (_raise high the roof beam carpenters, and
seymour and introduction_).  i also got someone to take a picture of my
friends and i with amy between us.  i am still thanking god for it.  amy is
more beautiful than i ever expected. i gave amy a necklace.  it's leather
tied around an obsidion (black) arrowhead for indian guidance and
protection.  if anyone happens to see her wearing it at a show or something
please let me know.

the concert was wonderful.  my favotire part was when she played scooter
boys and whiel singing the beginning of chickenman, tuned it down.  it was
incredible.  i can't even remember the order of songs that played.  i have
the songs written on a map somewhere, so when i find that, i'll post them.
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"don't critisize what you can't understand."  b.dylan
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-kate

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barb & twink wrote:
>
> hi all!
>
>    i just wanted to check with everyone and see if there has been any
> update in the investigation of jeff buckley's disappearance?  maybe
> y'all have heard something more?
>
>    just wondered if there are any new updates! possibly other list folks
> would like to know as well?
>
>    alright... i'm off to attend the blossom show at 2:00 pm this
> afternoon... hope to see some of you there! :-)
>
>    thanks!
>
i don't have the newspaper article on hand but i did read earlier this
week, and am sorry to report, that the investigators did find jeff
buckley's body floating somewhere in the area where he first
disappeared.

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hey y'all--
  kettering was a blast!!!  my first ig concert was better than i could have
imagined! (sorry i couldn't make it to the list meet before hand.)  after the
show, we waited by a+e's tour buses and despite a warning that they did not
have time to sign autographs, they did.  so now i have amy's sig, but i
failed to get em's.  it was weird to be standing less than ten feet away from
the girls themselves!!  i started to write down the setlist, but i got to
into the concert to continue.....
it was such a blast, did anyone happen to sneak in a recorder to boot the
show?
lauren

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hey folks...

all the pulse magazines have been spoken for...i'll try to see if i can
get a couple more for those of you who emailed me and didn't hear back,
but no promises.  anyone else living near a tower wanna make a pulse
run?  there seem to be a lot of listees who would give quite a lot for
them....heck, i'm getting a goldfish named after me!

later y'all,
audrey


-------------------------------------------quote of the week (at least)------
person one: "she's a trip"
person two: "yeah, she's disneyworld"
person one: "and i want to go on all the rides"

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date:         sat, 14 jun 1997 22:54:42 -0400
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from:         sami serafi <ballhoop@aol.com>
subject:      hiya
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alrighty, i guess i should introduce myself as well as a newcomer to the
list.  i think i'll have to tell you first about my relations to the indigo
girls.  well, i'm a male who i guess you could say recently "came out of the
closet."  it used to be a big secret actually that i'm obsessed with them,
but now i've decided to say scew it, they're a great band and i love em!!!!
actually, i've never really been that embaressed, it's just that i never
really talked about them much, but now i'll openly bust out they're lyrics
when i'm strutting down the sidewalk.  thanks for listening (or reading) and
also, if anyone has any indigo boots, i'm going to include my tapelist - i
would love to get a hand on more indigo, i only have one tape :0(

-sami

indigo girls:

?/09/89 little five points pub, atlanta ga (45min) a+(off of stereo)
    -there is already a 45 min filler of counting crows on the other side
4/28/94


phish:

10/15/86 burlington, vt (90min) one set show, b
3/12/88 nectar's burlington (90min) b+
7/12/88 sam's tavern (90min) a
11/4/90 fort ram, set i,ii (2x900 a
4/12/91 barrymore theatre; madison, wi  (90min) a
12/31/91 worchester, ma (2x90) a
4/16/92  anacoda theatre; santa barbara, ca (90min) a+
3/22/93 sacramento, ca set ii (90min) a
10/31/94  glenns falls, ny set i,ii,iii (all) a-
6/11/94   redrocks morrison, co  (90min) a
12/15/95 philadelphia set i,ii (2x90) a
11/18/95 charleston, sc set ii (90min) a
12/30/95 msg; ny,ny set i,ii (2x90) a
8/7/96    redrocks   morrison, co   (2x90min) a  set: i, ii
12/6/96  las vegas, set i, ii, encore (3x90) a

strangefolk:

2/15/96 club metronome, burlington, vt (180min) set i,ii a
4/19/96 beta theta house, unc, chappel hill, nc (180min) set i,ii a
5/26/96 purchase, ny (90min) all a
12/26/96 irving plaza, nyc (90min all a
12/28/96 paradise (180min) set i,ii,iii a+
2/26/97 blind pig, ann arbor, mi (90min) all a
3/29/97 wetlands, nyc (180min) set i,ii a+
5/2/97 club toast (180min) set i,ii a

barenaked ladies:
11/??/94 interview kcsa & ??/??/94 "the brothers creegan" (90min) a+
7/9/95 philadelphia, pa (90min) a-
8/26/96 san diego (90min) a-
??/??/96 cincinatti (90min) a-
**/**/** -miscellany- (90min) a+


bob marley:

4/12/73 & 7/7/78 both on one tape (90min)  a
6/10/75 quiet knight club, ill (90min) set ii a
10/25/79 appollo theatre. ny (90min) b
?/?/81 pittsburg (90min) a+

counting crows:

2/16/94 ?? (90 min) a+
?/?/?    hottest ticket in boston (90min) a+
3/5/94 ogden theatre, denver, co (90min) a+
-august and everything after demos (90min) a+

jimi hendrix:

1/1/70 (2nd show) filmore east (100min) a+
cry of love studio outtakes (90min) a+

the doors:

1/17/70 felt forum; nyc,ny (less than 90 minutes, but includes some great
filler with
hendrix and morrison together) a+

rusted root:

12/31/94 pittsburgh, pa (90min) a++
12/19/96 beacon theatre (90min) a

john popper:

6/24/93 wetlands preserve, ny, ny (90min)  (includes the first time he ever
played runaround) a-

mmw:

4/17/96 ?          2x100min set i,ii   a

government mule:

4/5/96  irving plaza, ny set i (90min) a+


bob dylan:

5/17/66 free trade hall, manchester, eng. (90min) a+
2/11/93 apollo theatre, london, eng. (180min) a-

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in the july '97 issue of "out" magazine is a mention of the lf tour with
a quote from ar:

(reprinted without permission)

musical summit: galapalooza

        this summer's traveling lilith fair is a tribute to gals with
guitars. this showcase (on the road from july 5 through august) was
brainstormed by headliner sarah maclachlan, and features dates with the
indigo girls, jewel, the cardigans, and paula cole. "we have all these
lollapalooza-type tours where women are not represented," says indigo
girl amy ray. "they make efforts at one time or another, but it usually
becomes like a good ol' boy network." of course, women who rock are
nothing new in the lesbian community - the michigan womyn's music
festival (august 12-17 this year) has been around for two decades. ray's
tip for fair-goers: "the side stages are where all the shit's going to be
happening: a lot of upcoming talent, things that are more extreme."


nancy humphries
nancy@rbdc.rbdc.com

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subject:      boston phoenix gw revew...(sorta long...)

this is the phoenix article reviewing great woods.  pretty good if you
ask me, especially the part about amy's engine!!  :-)  i got this from
the web, so i hope i don't get arrested or anything for sending it to the
list...

jess


indigo girls: rising up to listen


<picture: [indigo girls]>for those of us who are not dedicated to living
the politically correct life, who've spent more money supporting a nasty
habit than a good cause, whose sense of community has more to do with
proximity to good take-out than shared humanity -- indigo girls can be a
tad earnest. of course, they're right about the immigrants and the
government and the bigots and the burning churches. which makes this
lesser mortal feel like a real shit for not doing my part to make the
world a better place. maybe if my parents had played more folk
records . . .

the rays and the salierses, however, did a fine job raising their girls.
unlike some artists, for whom live performance is a real crapshoot (ever
see van morrison or miles davis?), indigo girls on stage are exactly what
you'd expect: reliable, rock-solid, and revered by the nearly 17,000 fans
who swayed and sang, mainly on their feet, for two hours at great woods
last friday. and it's ironic that a duo dedicated to social and political
awareness should strike their most profound chords in songs chronicling
the meanderings of heart and soul. their bluegrass-flavored "get out the
map" (from the new shaming of the sun, on epic), along with "galileo" and
"closer to fine," from earlier albums, buoyed even the most earthbound
concertgoer with loping circles of jubilant chords, pristine harmonies,
and words that find a brilliant, contagious ray of hope wedged among the
environmental disasters and screwed-up relationships.

even when their spotlight turned to the steaming pile of foibles and
flaws, the girls didn't preach. they've traded the soapboxes and fierce
literalism of their folk forebears for something more like topical
impressionism. which makes the medicine go down a whole lot sweeter.
emily saliers (the angelic redhead) performed the new ballad "leeds" and
dissected blind-eye politics with a few tender piano chords and
stream-of-consciousness lines like "was it ever so the evil creep like
ivy, toe-hold on the stronger half of nature's dichotomy/beating back a
path through nothing more than pure insistence until here becomes the
distance." despite the way it reads on paper, in concert saliers and her
fans followed it like a beacon on the path to higher consciousness.

of course, an indigo girls fan is likely to fall on the progressive side
of the issues before she/he arrives at the concert. every lyrical
reference to gay sexuality -- and there are many more on the new album
than there have been in the past -- drew ecstatic cheers from the
audience. but amy ray, who plays rumble girl to saliers's girl-next-door,
exudes a raw eroticism that crosses gender-preference lines and is partly
responsible for putting indigo girls on the mainstream music map. ray's
gruff, intense voice on disc is matched by a charismatic, if understated,
rock goddess in concert. her edgy new songs and unassuming persona ring
of springsteen, especially her quietly urgent take on the dark and
ominous "scooter boys." by the time she made out with the microphone on
the bluesy cha-cha "don't give that girl a gun" and cut harder, faster,
and looser than this folk duo ever have for "shed your skin," i, a happy
breeder, was ready to strap my hands across her engine and get the hell
out of town.

but where springsteen plays it as it lays, indigo girls' rendition of
real life -- both the pain and the glory -- is mythologized, infused with
poetry that can turn cloying and overwrought. i suppose it depends on
your threshold for lovely, humorless folk rock. this is a firmly
entrenched tradition in american music, and as long as there are talented
musicians fighting the good fight and taking long, laborious looks inside
themselves, decent people will rise up and listen. me, i'm taking notes.

-- joan anderman

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