lifeblood: listlogs: 1997-06c


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date:         sat, 14 jun 1997 21:30:07 pdt
reply-to:     becca redman <becks121@hotmail.com>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         becca redman <becks121@hotmail.com>
subject:      (nigc)  michelle malone at maine pride
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hey- do any of you mainer's (-ahs  :-)    out there know what time and
where michelle malone is going to be playing next sat. at pride in
portland??

becca :-)

ps- twink- other acct. is still down.


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date:         sun, 15 jun 1997 03:17:11 -0400
reply-to:     ndygotiggr@aol.com
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from:         j tigger kickliter <ndygotiggr@aol.com>
subject:      pictures???

does anyone have any good concert pictures???? or any i-met-amy-and/or-emily
pictures??? i'd like to get copies as i have none of my own.

also, for private email, grlchasr26@aol.com and i both would like to know if
anyone has any pictures from jesus christ superstar performances or whatever.

thanks!!!!!

peace, harmony & indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
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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!
-amy as jesus, "the garden of gethsemane"
from jesus christ super-star: a resurrection
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date:         sun, 15 jun 1997 03:25:40 edt
reply-to:     andrea j stamm <annotatedherb@juno.com>
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from:         andrea j stamm <annotatedherb@juno.com>
subject:      ppv

i just recieved my copy of the show (thanks trant!!) and i have a couple
of comments...
ok, i know i'm going to sound like an obsessed fan here, and although i'm
not too thrilled about that aspect, but...

during "shame on you," the infamous line about beautiful ladies (i'm
reffering to amy when i saw this)...

wow

also, after secure yourself, the cutest thing is emily saying thank you
to the audience...chills

that all for now
andrea

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date:         sun, 15 jun 1997 08:29:33 -0400
reply-to:     indigogrl@aol.com
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from:         "indigo ann. user." <indigogrl@aol.com>
subject:      lilith fair and ig

hi list friends and ig maniacs (redundant?):

      this is a recent post by the associated press i thought you'd enjoy.
also, the new edition of "out" magazine has a wonderful little pic of the ig
i'll scan when i can figure it out! read on my maniacs:

        annie  :)

      .c the associated press

      by david bauder
      new york (ap) - for the past few years, singer sarah mclachlan
has noticed something missing from the lollapalooza festival -
about half the human species.
      the annual summer concert tour, which last year headlined
metallica, had become such a testosterone-fueled event that
mclachlan and her managers vowed to create an alternative. the
result, lilith fair, is the most intriguing show on this summer's
circuit.
      all of the acts performing on lilith fair's three stages are
women or are dominated by women, such as the cardigans.
      the revolving list of artists for the 32-date tour, which starts
july 5 in the pacific northwest in washington, includes tracy
chapman, suzanne vega, jewel, indigo girls, cassandra wilson, shawn
colvin, sheryl crow, paula cole, mary chapin carpenter, emmylou
harris and juliana hatfield.
      mclachlan, who will perform at all of the shows, organized
lilith fair partly for selfish reasons: she wanted to see many of
these women perform herself.
      ''there are a lot of incredible performers out there who happen
to be women,'' she said. ''i admire and respect their music and i
never get to see them play live, which to me is by far the most
exciting way to hear music.''
      a few years ago, mclachlan recalled getting heat from some
promoters when she wanted to tour the united states with an opening
act of cole, now riding high with her hit, ''where have all the
cowboys gone?'' they told her audiences wouldn't want to see two
women on the same bill.
      that doesn't seem to be a problem anymore. mitch slater, concert
promoter and president of delsener/slater enterprises, said it's
likely lilith fair's two performances in the new york area will
sell out.
      those kind of successful tours during the clogged summer season
are prized by promoters, who remember last year's desultory march
of has-been 1970s bands rattling around half-filled amphitheaters.
      this year, there may be an overdose of what is usually
considered a good thing for consumers: festivals that bring several
acts together on one bill.
      festivals on the road include the h.o.r.d.e. tour, with neil
young and beck; the budweiser superfest, with mary j. blige and
bone thugs-n-harmony; the ozzfest, with ozzy osbourne and marilyn
manson; the warped tour, with social distortion and mighty
bosstones; and the house of blues' smokin' grooves tour, with
erykah badu and george clinton. there are also separate blues,
country and christian festivals on the road.
      lollapalooza, the tour that started it all, is just one of the
crowd this year with its lineup of snoop doggy dogg, tool and
prodigy.
      some promoters are worried about festivals seemingly slapped
together with no real purpose or star power, collecting acts that
couldn't draw much on their own. two potential losers: the skoal
music roar tour, with iggy pop and sponge, and the furthur
festival, with ex-grateful dead members and bruce hornsby.
      ''we've overexposed ourselves as an industry with festivals,''
slater said.
      making things worse from a promoter's perspective is the growth
of festivals sponsored by radio stations. influential stations in
big cities can easily draw many big-name acts, and they're more
interested in promoting themselves than running ads for competing
festivals, he said.
      gary bongiovanni, editor of the concert trade publication
pollstar, said festivals have been imitated because they are so
successful and offer good value.
      ''i don't know if these festivals are competing head to head for
the same audiences,'' he said. ''i don't see tremendous overlap
between them.''
      the biggest act on the road this summer is u2, whose ''popmart''
tour has been a spotty success. u2 is the first act to primarily
tour stadiums in this country since 1994, when acts like the
rolling stones, pink floyd and billy joel and elton john filled the
huge venues, bongiovanni said.
      except for the stones, who are returning to the road later this
year, not many acts can command that big stage anymore.
      a double bill with counting crows and the wallflowers is
expected to be popular this summer. no doubt, 311, tina turner and
the dave matthews band are also big sellers. blues traveler, which
invented the h.o.r.d.e. tour, abandons it this summer to go out on
their own.
      aerosmith, the allman brothers band, bush, john mellencamp and
bryan adams are also on the road. garth brooks, reba mcentire, alan
jackson and vince gill are among the country artists touring.
      veterans like james taylor, chicago and the beach boys will
perform, although the ranks of '70s artists seem to have thinned a
bit. slater will try bucking the trend with cheese: he's producing
a '''70s music explosion'' package with the village people, kc &
the sunshine band, kool & the gang and others.
      still, mclachlan's ''lilith fair'' looks to be one of the
hottest tickets. the canadian singer tried out the concept on a
handful of dates last year and was encouraged by the response. she
even saw some men in the audience.
      ''maybe they got ... dragged there by their girlfriends,'' she
said. ''but they were there regardless and they had smiles on their
faces.''
      ap-ny-06-14-97 1150edt
       copyright 1997 the associated press.  the information
contained in the ap news report may not be published,
broadcast, rewritten or otherwise distributed without
prior written authority of the associated press.

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date:         sun, 15 jun 1997 08:51:39 -0400
reply-to:     indigogrl@aol.com
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from:         "indigo ann. user." <indigogrl@aol.com>
subject:      that picture i promised....
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hi again,

      this is the little snipit from "out" i promised....cause i'm a giver. i
scanned it in easy gif format.


        annie

"every thought's a possibility." - emily saliers

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subject:      re: the amazig kettering show!
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err... stage, not state.

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drew vogel: coordinator of professional programs at the university of
cincinnati college of pharmacy. actor, director, ibm fanatic, technical
writer, dog (jrt) lover, single guy, & much, much more! try my home page
at: "http://ucunix.san.uc.edu/~vogelap"     "the only way out is through."
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dug: you da man! you da man!
ric: isn't "the man" the guy who's always bringing everyone down?
dug: nope! 'cause you da man!!
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i've got the set list and will be writing my usual review of the show on
monday. look for it then, unless someone else has posted by that time.

you did a great job on state, chris!

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subject:      looking for dbulla :)

hi, sorry for the b/w but i tried to reply to debb and her e-mail addy:

dbulla@po-box.mcgill.ca

it bouncing back to me....pls contact me and let me know where i should send
an e-mail to you.

thanks,

jude :)

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>emily saliers (the angelic redhead) performed the new ballad "leeds" and
>dissected blind-eye politics with a few tender piano chords and


emily is a redhead?! why is that news to me?

-liz-

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damn.  give that amy ray a toaster oven factory!


(and while we're at it, give joan andersen some journalism awards.  i'm
feeling kinda humbled right now, don't anyone be asking me to write about
the indigo girls for a while)


....audrey

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subject:      nigc l. tatonetti please read!

hey all sorry for wasting bandwidth i'll keep it real short

miss tat.:  i got the poster thank you sooooo much but i cant remember which
boot i'm supposed to send you for it!  can you remind me???

peace, harmony & indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
emily:  we call ourselves amy ray.  we'll be here all night.
amy:  that's right.  amy ray.
emily: i'm amy, she's ray.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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subject:      excerpts;riders 101 (from performing songwriter)

a while back someone posted part of ig' rider concerning backstage
food requirements ect... i just ran across an article by janis ian in
the new performing songwriter (may/june) called 'riders 101'.
i thought it was really interesting (as ian's articles always are ;)
she sheds a lot light on the reasons for what may seem like 'strange'
requests to some folks. it's really long so i will just add a couple of
excerpts.... (reprinted sans permision...)

ian starts out by recalling a conversation with some friends who had
just returned from a tour looking haggard ;

"when i asked how it had gone, they recited a long list of problems -
backstage food was limited to crackers and peanut butter even on
sold out nights.there had never been time for sound checks, promoters
had arranged dozens of interviews on their days off, and none of the
equipment they'd asked for had been available. 'what about your rider?'
i asked. "what rider ?" they replied. so here we go... "

on food and drink:
ian then shares her rider which is very similar to ig's except for
the 'organic' clause ;
"i know this sounds picky, but i normally go out for 4-8 weeks at a time,
playing 5 dates a week and driving most of it; this is usually our
only 'real' meal of the day."
"now some folk singers think this is already too much, and some just
don't care. i usually don't care either, until it's my 6th show in a row
with 400 miles a day behind me in a dry state with nothing open
after midnight. that's also one of the reasons we inserted the 'dinner'
section,below; particularly in theaters, if you only have one vehicle
or you're doing press or the sound check is late, you just can't leave
the building to go eat supper."

on brown m&m's ;
"p.s. about those brown m&m's ... it seems at some point during the 80's
van halen had a clause put in their rider specifying a bowl of m&m's
be left in the green room with all the brown m&m's removed. much fun
was made of this, but van halen's explanation a few years ago was
that a) when they got to the gig it was a quick way to tell if the rider had
been read, b) it was usually a good way to yell "breach of contract !"

(apparently a touring musician is sometimes faced with bad situations
when they get to the venue ...the rider is the only way to ensure they
don't get screwed over .)
janis ian writes a regular column for ps....it is always interesting and
her columns alone are worth the price of the magazine.
pick up a copy ! :)

luv !
claire
"i don't understand the parisians..."
leslie "the hammer" caron

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wow!

what a great and well-written review.

that joan "breeder" anderman can certainly turn a phrase...

my favorite line aside from strapping hands across amy's engine (baby, we
were born to run...a bruce reference in an indigo girls review...never
imagined i would see that) was the one about amy making out with the
microphone on the bluesy cha-cha dgtgag.

yowza!

many thanks to whoever posted that.

lisa

ps: i'm  starting to get nervous...does anyone have any information about a
south florida appearance by the girls any time soon. i will be so bummed if
the don't play here.

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missed y'all!

amyray, when i was home, a friend of mine got the new ani cd.  we
spent most of an afternoon listening to it and reading the liner and
looking at the pictures.  if anyone is interested, there's a lovely
picture of sara lee's badass red shoes.

um...in other news, i bought the more recent lift cd while i was
home.  [i was rather surprised to find it (as well as a copy of an
older one) in a store in northwest ohio, but it *is* the coolest
place in the county if you're looking for music.]  it's really good.
i've been wanting to get it ever since i saw them at the au concert.

:)
anna

"i like to write really quiet songs on the electric guitar."  -amy ray


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

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subject:      old ig- the b-band

hi. i always wondered why ig used to be called the b-band. then last night i
was reading a book (stone butch blues by leslie feinberg, an awesome book
btw) and i caught a passage that said: "b-girl- the code word femmes used to
use in public to refer to butches when they were afraid of being overheard."
is this where a&e got the name? i was under the impression that such sayings
were before their time but i guess that doesn't necessarily mean that isn't
where the name came from. does anyone know? just curious. . .

-catherine

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>
>
>(and while we're at it, give joan andersen some journalism awards.  i'm
>


oops, i meant joan anderman, not andersen....my bad

....audrey


------------------------------------------quotes 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"

"by the time [amy ray] 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."
                                          --joan anderman, boston phoenix

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great interview with ani and john prine in the arts and fun in the
chicago trib today....
check it out

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hey everyone, last night at pine knob was wonderful!!!! it was a great
way to end our indigohio trip...
i have set lists for 4 shows, i've heard some people are curious so
here they go...
june 10th finger lakes pac, canandaguia ny
        tried to be true, virginia woolf, shame on you, it's alright, don't
give that girl a gun, get out the map, least complicated, shed your
skin, everthing in it's own time, three hits, burn all the letters,
scooter boys, ghost, land of canaan, cara mia, cut it out, galileo,
leeds, bury my heart at wounded knee, and of course... closer to fine

june 12th blossom
        tried to be true, get out the map, don't give that girl a gun, burn all
the letters, shame on you, ghost, shed your skin, least complicated, hey
kind friend, cara mia, land of canaan, everthing in it's own time,
scooter boys, power of two, leeds, cut it out, galilea, blood quantun,
chickenman (which really rocked!!), closer to fine and the added
surprise of kid fears

sorry i'm getting lazy with the caps...

june 13th fraze pavilion
        mystery, shame on you, it's alright, reunion, burn all the letters,
don't give that girl a gun, get out the map, shed your skin, you and me
of 10,000 wars, tried to be true, cara mia, scooter boys/chickenman (it
sounded cool), leeds, thin line, virginia woolf, land of canaan,
galileo,  hey kind friend, blood quantum, closer to fine

june 14th pine knob
        shame on you, it's alright, ghost, get out the map, don't give that
girl a gun, three hits, you and me of 10,000 wars, thin line, scooter
boys, leeds, cara mia, shed your skin, land of canaan, least
complicated, i don't want to know, chickenman, galilea, wild horses
(with michelle malone:):):):):), bury my heart..., and closer to fine

i hope it is of some interest, if you have any questions you can reach
me at home... katie_hull@mlsonline.com


"indigo kate"

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well here's a review of the pine knob show...my ninth ig show and i think it
was the best i've seen.  best setlist...girls into it...awesome crowd (at
the end anyway)...overall my best ig experience.

i got the setlist from the board it was (as it appears):

shame on you
it's alright
ghost
get out the map
girl a gun
three hits
10,000 wars
thin line (w/ michelle malone)
scooter boys
leeds
caramia
shed your skin
canaan (hey kind friend crossed out)
least comp.
i don't wanna know (with mm, who else)
chicken man
galileo
-----------------------------
wild horses (w/mm)
bury my heart (but it says kid fears, i think they changed it onstage cause
it took them awhile to get ready for this song, but thank god they did it,
it rocked!!!!)
closer to fine (w/ everyone)

shed your skin and scooter boys are unreal live!!  wow, both shows i was
blown away...i love the jam session after girl a gun, josh rocks!.. amy sang
part of scooter boys during chickenman...tons of smiles from amy, never seen
so many!!...finally heard wild horses when i was there, so moving!!, the
boot does it no justice!!...glad to hear older ones tonight i.e. 10,000
wars, 3 hits, i don't wanna know

overal, an awesome show!  i saw cathy down ther holding up her joking sign
but to no avail...maybe next time :)  someone had a crazy game sign and amy
said after ctf "we'll play that next time i promise" i might be mistaken but
i thought i saw emily look at the cg sign and say no! amy was into more than
emily was i think.  em messed up on the first verse of bury my heart which
was funny she laughed...so much more to tell, sorry this is so long

thanks for reading and take care everyone!!!

yours,
rob
**********************************************
* "may the great mystery make sunrise        *
*  in your heart."  --sioux indian saying    *
*                                            *
* "the flesh is strong, the spirit stronger  *
*   so shed your skin baby, let it through!" *
*                           --amy ray        *
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hello everyone!!
well here is another plea for a boot which i know one of you has to have. i
missed the show at msg and i was so bummed when i heard that they played
there. i didnt know till the day after. anyway i heard that joan jett got on
stage and did "crimson and clover" with the girls. that just happens to be my
parents favorite song and they named my sister after it: " kelly crimson ".
my sister being a huge indigo fan almost died when i told her about it. she
would have loved to hear it. so if anyone has it...
please???!!!

--kim

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hi y'all!

chris and i just got back from santa cruz!  while there, we were using a
rental car that didn't have a tape player so we were ig-less for 2 days!!  we
sang to each other but it wasn't *quite* the same :))  shortly before we left
town, we decided to go to "our cliff" to get one last look at the ocean.  as
we drove there, soy came on the radio and they didn't mute out the f* word!!!
it was still playing as we got to the cliff and parked in the only spot
left...we sang along, stared at the ocean and felt completely in love and at
peace :))))))))))))

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while looking at the lilith fair web site today, i came across this really
amazing article.   if you would like to check out the site for yourself,
here's the address:
http://www.lilithfair.com/artists/indgi.html
=)
lisa

and if someone has already posted this, i'm sorry for the repeat - but i'm on
digest and haven't seen today's mail yet =)
********************************
indigo girls

dates appearing: august 5 - 25
current release: shaming of the sun

extraordinary music, shaming of the sun presents, in 12 songs, the strengths
of indigo girls in their entirety. and they're formidable strengths:
ebullience and introspection, vocal dazzle and stinging guitar, arrangements
breathtakingly intimate or epic in range, street-talk poetry and language on
fire. above all else. . .passion.

what strikes you first is the album's ambition. there's simply so much music
here: sweeping strings, raw stratocaster power, and the delights of a smart
instrumental eclecticism - everything from cornet and bouzouki to stand-up
bass, hurdy gurdy, mandolin and talking drum. the ballads, gorgeous and
candid "hey kind friend," "leeds" alternate with up-tempo gems, rocking and
direct "it's alright," "don't give that girl a gun" hip-hop swagger inflects
"shed your skin" ulali, a native american vocal ensemble, enlivens the track
as well. unifying all of this rich musical diversity are two of today's
unmistakable voices - amy ray and emily saliers - and the fused grace of
their vision.

"sometimes i dread the studio experience," amy says, "but when i get in
there, it's almost mystical, the way it overwhelms me." of this particular
project, some four months in the making, emily says: "in the studio amy and i
felt completely free to do exactly what we wanted to do. for the first time,
we co- produced; we learned, and wrote on, a lot of different instruments; we
weren't afraid to try something much more expansive. and i feel good about
this record in ways i've never felt about anything we've done in the past."

that past, of course, is already impressive. ever since they emerged from
atlanta with the release of strange fire on their own indigo records in 1987,
indigo girls have delivered music that's singularly fresh, singularly
inspiring. two years later, their self-titled epic label debut won the grammy
award for best contemporary folk album. with four subsequent grammy
nominations; an audience allegiance captured live in 1991 on back on the bus,
y'all and again on 1200 curfews in 1995; and a trail-blazing catalogue
ranging from 1990's nomads*indians*saints and 1992's rites of passage to
1994's swamp ophelia, the duo have proved themselves songwriters and
musicians of exceptional depth and integrity.

as with these past triumphs, the magic of shaming of the sun began with the
songs. "i write at any time, and constantly - snippets and snatches in
notebooks and on cassettes," amy says. "i may ultimately use only ten per
cent of what i come up with - i just keep writing." this time, composing
primarily on electric guitar, ray worked with a special spontaneity: "almost
everything here is very literal, very explicit. i just wanted to get the
songs out. . .when i looked back later, i realized that the literal meanings
of the songs, without forcing them, corresponded to something larger."

her partner emily agrees: "amy's stream-of-consciousness approach - and it's
one i envy - allows her music to take on its own whole, large life. it's the
basis of the unfettered passion all her songs exude." saliers herself,
writing on electric and acoustic guitars - and this time, on piano and banjo
as well - concentrated on refining ideas that "may come while i'm driving or
after i've seen a film or read a good book or am just wandering around
outside." meticulous in her method, emily possesses what amy praises as "an
ability to come up with melodies with genuine mass appeal. that's amazing.
she can also turn a phrase with the same result."

recording, with co-producer david leonard, in nashville, austin and atlanta,
indigo girls assembled their ace drummer jerry marotta and bassist sara lee
along with a host of terrific guests: country-rock troubadour steve earle,
violinist lisa germano, ani difranco drummer andy stochansky, atlanta
notables michelle malone and members of smoke and the rockateens. with the
assertive "shame on you" kicking things off with what amy calls "a re al rock
'n' roll feel," shaming of the sun surges through emily's "get out the map."
"i have a restless internal life - the song's also about how we hurtle
ourselves through space and time and the dizziness we can get caught up in."
"caramia," with sara lee's extraordinary string arrangement; "cut it out,"
all sinewy guitar and dead-on drumming; "everything in its own time," wise
and passionate (Ńnothing is ours/not even love so fierce it burns like baby
stars"); and "shed your skin," with its stark, evocative lyrics "i got the
hangman/i got milagro/i got the celebration too" -- through these songs,
indigo girls chronicle the whole of the heart's life: anguished and open,
dark and joyful.

regardless of their methods, both writers freight their songs with meanings
as roundly shaded as those of reality itself. in "scooter boys," amy ray
nails oppression in images both present and past (the ghost of zapata, the
rumble of scooters); in "burn all the letters," emily saliers joins the
personal and political. "the song's about the public's insatiable desire for
consumption of things intended to be private,ń she explains. "it's also about
protecting the sacredness of a love by destroying the physical evidence."
this fusion of intelligence and fervor flashes, too, from music that's
equally trenchant: it moves us ÷ body, mind, soul.

indigo girls have always been pathfinders. in the past, they've worked with
musicians as diverse as michael stipe, jane siberry, jackson browne, the
roches and mary chapin carpenter. impatient with labels, they've crafted
memorable music from a tapestry of elements: folk, rock, world beat,
indigenous music, choral tradition. the indigos' ongoing commitment to social
as well as musical change was exem- plified by their 1995 "honor the earth"
tour, a month-long, 21-stop benefit concert trek which raised more than
$300,000 for native american environmental groups; and by the release (on amy
ray's own daemon records label) of an acc ompanying cd, honor, featuring
bonnie raitt, soul asylum and victoria williams among others.

shaming of the sun, then, is the triumph of an integrated vision. it's music
fueled and filled with great hope - music that reaches out. "we get a lot of
letters from people who are very specific about the ways that certain songs
have helped them through a difficult time or changed them or made them think
about things," emily says. "our fans are very loyal, and they're closely tied
into the emotional aspect of our music." amy concurs, and elaborates: "we've
just met so many fantastic people along the way. probably the best part of
this work is the traveling."

"traveling" - like indigo girls' music, the word is a fully realized
metaphor, literal and spiritual. shaming of the sun, traveling to the deepest
reaches of ourselves, continues these two women's remarkable journey.

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i would love for y'all to visit my page.
it's at http://members.aol.com/cedartree2/rainbow.index.com
thanks, mary

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who is the chickenman?

<edited>
        "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'.  we got into a conversation, and some of his
values and ideas seemed incredibly comforting to me at the time.
        this guy was deep, he had layers of character underneath that rough
skin and dirt." - amy


        thanks sherlyn and others for the new faq's --y'all did a splendid
job! :)
tony

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does anyone know the setlist for ulali and/or danielle howe's performances?

great show, trant!
lori


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

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subject:      back(noreal igc)

hey y'all.this really doesn' t have to do iwth the ig, but i am back
online(unfortunately america online, but hey), and back on the lsit. there
are some people who said that they have the 8/96 roseland show- if you're one
of them please email me!

i left all my eudoa files at school, so i don't have access to them.

thanks-
sari, who's definitely glad to have her ig new daily again

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from:         marcos ortega ferrer <maror@teleco.upv.es>
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hey kind ig-friends,

today i checked out my mail and here are the k's choice news from the
epic list:
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date:          fri, 13 jun 1997 17:01:37 -0700
from:          epic_records@epiccenter.music.sony.com
to:            kschoice@listserv.music.sony.com
subject:       got a question for k's choice?
reply-to:      kschoice@listserv.music.sony.com

got a question for k's choice? you can leave a message at
212-833-8122 and the band will answer it! you'll be able to
hear the response (and your question) up on web site in
real audio. give a call and then give 'em some time to check
'em. your answer will be up soon. go to http://www.550music.com,
choose k's choice and hit jump.

you can get a free k's choice cd single from an indie record
store near you. check out the locations at the independent
retail directory (http://www.the-ird.com)

don't miss k's choice on tour with verve pipe and tonic in
july.

07/01/97 indianapolis in the vogue
07/02/97  birmingham al us five points south music hall
07/03/97 new orleans la us state palace theatre
07/05/97 dallas tx us dallas music complex
07/06/97 houston tx us numbers
07/07/97 houston tx us number
07/08/97 austin tx us  austin music hall
07/10/97 tucson az us the cage
07/11/97  phoenix az us electric ballroom
07/12/97 las vegas nv us the joint
07/13/97  san diego ca us cane's
07/15/97 los angeles ca us el rey theater
07/16/97 sacramento ca us crest theatre
07/17/97 san francisco ca us the fillmore
07/19/97  portland or us roseland theatre
07/20/97 seattle wa us moore theater
07/23/97 salt lake city ut us  salt air pavillion
07/24/97  denver co us  ogden theatre
07/26/97 omaha ne us  mancuso convention hall
07/27/97 centropolis mo  the beaumont
07/28/97 iowa city ia  colonial ballroom
07/30/97 st. louis mo american theatre
07/31/97 nashville tn  328 performance hall
08/01/97 atlanta ga the roxy
08/02/97 atlanta ga us the roxy
-------------------------------------------------------

btw:has anybody a boot or radio recording from the
- pnc bank arts center- ???? andi?, someone?,..
i'm dying to hear k's choice & ig performing
bmhawk and ctf.

             fins a una altra! (til the next, in catalan), ferran

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"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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>date:    sun, 15 jun 1997 16:05:51 -0400
>from:    cathley@aol.com
>subject: old ig- the b-band
>
>hi. i always wondered why ig used to be called the b-band. then last night i
>was reading a book (stone butch blues by leslie feinberg, an awesome book
>btw) and i caught a passage that said: "b-girl- the code word femmes used to
>use in public to refer to butches when they were afraid of being overheard."
>is this where a&e got the name? i was under the impression that such sayings
>were before their time but i guess that doesn't necessarily mean that isn't
>where the name came from. does anyone know? just curious. . .

i don't know about that, but i do remember seeing/reading an interview where
amy said it stood for something 'rude'...

btw, has soy charted in the us?  does anyone know if/when it's being
released in the uk as a single?

seffy

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in a message dated 97-06-15 23:14:34 edt, you write:

> shortly before we left
>  town, we decided to go to "our cliff" to get one last look at the ocean.
as
>  we drove there, soy came on the radio and they didn't mute out the f*
word!!!
>

do they ever?  i saw them on rosie o'donnell kinduv' by accident, and it
seemed pretty clear what she said.  and the local crappy "alternative"
station doesn't seem to edit it either.  the only time it's sounded different
is that "word cafe" thing.  i dunno.

the sfc

btw this is my first letter to the list :-)

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hi,
   i'm new on the list so i figured it couldn't hurt to post who i am.  i'm
from kentucky, attending nku, working at staples direct, in love with
girlfriend, and am a guy :-)  i've been wondering how many guys are on the
list.  the very few people i know who like the girls to any extent are all
girls :-(  anyway... i started listening to them when hearing them live on
letterman ("bury my heart..."), and then subsequently listening to swamp
ophelia, which i loved.  ya.  where i'm from most people have no idea who
they even are..and if they do usual say something like "oh, aren't they gay?"
after me mentioning them.  anyway, i'm also a big dylan fan.  the girl's
lyrics are great, but i'm still looking for someone to match dylan's.  ya.
well, i hope to entertain somebody with a remark someday.

the sfc
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>>hi. i always wondered why ig used to be called the b-band.

>i don't know about that, but i do remember seeing/reading an interview where
>amy said it stood for something 'rude'...
>
could be *burping*.... where i was raised "the burping band" woulda' bin
danged rude...
peace... kim ( i'm a laydee, i am... )
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the flesh is strong the spirit stronger, so shed your
skin baby, let it through... come on over now... amy ray
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hi everyone! i hate to be a pain, but...
i would really like a copy of a boot from the msg show on 6/3. someone must
have one since there were no security checks or anything. please, i'm begging
you. e mail me privately and we can work out a trade or something.
thank you!!!
anna

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subject:      fraze and pine knob

hi everyone!

     just wanted to chime in with my reaction to the fraze and pine knob
shows this past weekend.  they were awesome!!!  amy and emily were much more
into it than they were for the chastain shows, (although the sunday chastain
show was definitely better than the other two at chastain), and chris, you
sounded great on ctf! i don't know you, but i was so excited for you that you
got to get up on stage and sing at fraze. we were sitting in the front row,
over by the piano that night, and the whole show was a blast. everyone around
us was singing along to most of the songs, and very much into the
performance.  at pine knob, we only had lawn tix, but i ended up getting an
extra ticket in the 7th row really cheap, (the guy said one of his friends
couldn't make it)... so i used the ticket for the opening act -- none other
than michelle malone, who amazes me time i see her perform --  and then i let
my new friend john, from england, (he was on the list as bonj1_95, but he's
off right now, b/c he's over in the states for the summer), use the good
ticket to go down and watch the girls up-close, since he'd never seen them
live before. everybody left very happy... excellent way to spend w weekend!

:) lisa

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at 04:02 pm 6/10/97 -0400, liz turcotte wrote:
>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.

if there's anyone who got a complete copy, i have a lot to trade, please
reply privately.

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at 09:30 pm 6/9/97 -0700, da chickenman wrote:
>        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???

i think they needed to investigate because the issue is subject to
knee-jerk reactions like emily's, but imo it is clearly most likely that a
bunch of racist bubbas just copy-catted one another.

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some lazy person at cdnow wrote:

>>          the video that you ordered, "the indiscreet mrs. jarvis", is most
>> likely a music video about the indigo girls.  i was not able to find much
>>  information, but since it was grouped with all of their cd's i would
>>assume that it is a music video.

it's sad that it didn't occur to him that the problem is likely with the
search engine, or the person searching it:

        indigo girls
        indiscreet ms. jarvis

||||||||||

at 10:36 pm 6/7/97 -0400, david a. van hemel wrote:
>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.

yeah, it's not fancy, but i always liked it.  it beats the swamp ophelia
tour sticker, with the album cover and that prissy font on it!

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at 07:09 pm 6/15/97 -0400, sejarez wrote:
>tons of smiles from amy, never seen so many!!

amy has *seemed* happier on this tour than any in recent memory.

>...finally heard wild horses when i was there, so moving!!, the
>boot does it no justice!!

no doubt about that.

the epic site says that the eponymous ig album went double platinum... woo
hoo!

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at 01:06 am 6/6/97 -0400, andi wrote:
>some people held up a huge sign that said watershed in cool
>cut out letters, which looked like it had taken a long time to make, & i
>was surprised that a&e didn't play it.  my friend thought that those people
>held up their sign at all the wrong times, so a&e never saw it, but i don't
>know about that.

they seem to have a large set of songs that they have been playing, but
"watershed" is still not among them.  you can't expect them to be ready to
play any song you might request.

>after the show, i bought a cool t-shirt from a woman who was selling them
>outside for $10.  i also bought an official one at the show, but i'm
>wondering how legal it is to buy it from people outside.

not at all.

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at 07:49 pm 6/13/97 -0400, celeste pietrusza wrote:
>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!

wow, they came back after ctf?!  how many of you have seen that happen?

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i'd like to let everyone know that lone star, who was mendina@utdallas.edu, is now once again mendina@utdallas.edu. the isp who was providing lone star has gone downhill, whereas utdallas is letting me keep the address over the summer.


i'll still be reading lone star mail for at least a month or so, and i'll post another notice when i cancel the account.


meanwhile, anyone with a good isp in the dallas, tx area is invited to make a suggestion!


thanks!

tony

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subject:      ppv audio problems

guys,

some of the tapes have made it to their owners now, and while some seem to be
fine others are having a fade in and out problem with the audio. i hope this
is a tracking problem, so if this happens to you, play with your tracking and
see if it helps.

i have two vcr's. i put a tape in one and had the same problem, but when i
manipulated the tracking it seemed to fix the problem. then i put the same
tape in my vcr w/ digital tracking and it seemed to work fine. my belief is
that tapes made in my digital vcr may not track well in other vcr's. so
far, copies i have made on the vcr w/ non-digital traking seem to work fine
on other vcr's.

anyway, if you have a problem and you can't fix it w/ the tracking, let me
know and i'll replace the tape. provided that the problem is not a
malfunction in one of my vcr's. let me know if there is a problem so i can
try to isolate what is going wrong.

thanks,

trant

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sorry for the waste of bandwidth but...

sarah (sanawike1@aol.com) *please* contact me regarding the money order
that you owe me for the auburn tix + overnight mail ($34.45). i've been
trying to get in touch with you for over a month...you told me that you
were overnighting the money order the same night that i was overnighting
the tickets. that was our deal.

i wouldn't be so insistent about this if i didn't really need the money.

shanna, who is starting to be suspcious that she got burnt :/

sfreeman@coe.uga.edu *or* ghosties@hotmail.com

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:o(

i want to take a moment to make a public apology.....

in my very short post last week regarding the great woods tailgate pahty, i
made the mistake of misidentifying karen harpers hot rod as a "honda...."

in fact, it is a totally rad and totally bitchin' kewl blue acura that
still has that "new car smell."  [that about cover it karen?]

karen, my most humble apologies....but at least i had the company
right...you gotta give me that.... :o)

fyi...coming soon to a web page near you...karen harper standing on a light
post holding up the snoopy/woodstock flag at the gw's tailgate party...and
she has absolutely no recollection of this picture being taken....thanks to
the jello shots from jan!  ;o)

ok, i think that about covers it... :o)

...now back to our regularly scheduled programming.....


joni  :o)
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
while at college, a few friends were discussing how their "passes"
had been rejected by the intended female receiver.  one of the
ladies explained how she handled it once...
when the guy, obviously getting irritated, blurted out something
like, "hey, come on, we're both here at this bar for the same reason!"
she responded, "yea! let's pick up come chicks!"
he immediately blanched, and decided that maybe he would look
someplace else.
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

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that's the adddy. it doesn't matter what you're a member of. :o) mary
---------------------
forwarded message:
from:   bubka@peconic.net (jenniferannrebekahbubka)
to:     cedartree2@aol.com
date: 97-06-16 00:13:44 edt

is there any way to visit this site if you're not an aol member? i'd like
to check it out, but haven't been able to.
thanks, bubka

at 10:14 pm 6/15/97 -0400, you wrote:
>i would love for y'all to visit my page.
>it's at http://members.aol.com/cedartree2/rainbow.index.com
>thanks, mary
>
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implied continuation, and it wasn't
ecstasy because that implied brevity.
no, it was entirely a being glad,..."
        ~stern
"i am glad to the brink of fear."
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in a message dated 97-06-15 21:34:36 edt, heaven2325@aol.com (kim l) writes:

<< hello everyone!!
well here is another plea for a boot which i know one of you has to have. i
missed the show at msg and i was so bummed when i heard that they played
there. i didnt know till the day after. anyway i heard that joan jett got on
stage and did "crimson and clover" with the girls. that just happens to be
my
parents favorite song and they named my sister after it: " kelly crimson ".
my sister being a huge indigo fan almost died when i told her about it. she
would have loved to hear it. so if anyone has it...
please???!!!

--kim
  >>
i went to that concert, let me tell you, i almost lost control of all my
bodily functions when joan came out and then they began to play c&c!!!! and
then they brought out their manager and played "bury my heart at wounded
knee" simply amazing ~and to think that some people complained that the
acoustics in the building was bad !!!!!!!

-sami

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absolutely nigc whatsoever, but i must defend my honour!  sorry folks ...


joni made an appreciated effort at an apology regarding my shiny new
vehicle ...

> karen, my most humble apologies....but at least i had the company
> right...you gotta give me that.... :o)

yadda yadda yadda ;)  apology accepted .... reluctantly ;o)

and of course, she couldn't resist following it up with a good friendly
mocking session ...

> fyi...coming soon to a web page near you...karen harper standing on a light
> post holding up the snoopy/woodstock flag at the gw's tailgate party...and
> she has absolutely no recollection of this picture being taken....thanks to
> the jello shots from jan!  ;o)

uhhhhh .... ummmmmm .... obviously, i was simply trying my best to catch
the slight remains of my once mature and responsible reputation
as it teetered precariously atop the light post.  unfortunately, it
seems i failed since it has now plummetted to the ground, shattered in
several hundred pieces amidst the remains of jan's extensive
sex on the beach jello shot graveyard ... thanks joni ;o)

> ok, i think that about covers it... :o)

yeah, that oughtta do it!

except maybe a quick mention that at least i can claim i didn't see the
camera ... as opposed to you, young lady, who can't recall using it to
take photos at boston pride.  needless to say, the second batch of jello
shots went joni's way :)

k'bye,
karen

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at 4:06 pm -0400 6/16/97, karen harper wrote:
>joni made an appreciated effort at an apology regarding my shiny new
>vehicle ...
>and of course, she couldn't resist following it up with a good friendly
>mocking session ...

....the best kind of mocking session, i think...a welcome change.... ;o)

>uhhhhh .... ummmmmm .... obviously, i was simply trying my best to catch
>the slight remains of my once mature and responsible reputation
>as it teetered precariously atop the light post.  unfortunately, it
>seems i failed since it has now plummetted to the ground, shattered in
>several hundred pieces amidst the remains of jan's extensive
>sex on the beach jello shot graveyard ... thanks joni ;o)

you're welcome...and i can't believe you hit the jello shots...car, ok, but
the jello shots?  jeez, karen...where's your priorities?  ;o)

>yeah, that oughtta do it!.....
>except maybe a quick mention that at least i can claim i didn't see the
>camera ... as opposed to you, young lady, who can't recall using it to
>take photos at boston pride.  needless to say, the second batch of jello
>shots went joni's way :)

dough!  one lousy "last picture of the day" i don't remember!  so shoot me.
thank gawd for point and shoot cameras, otherwise, woulda been mighty
blurry....it's like having a built-in stablizer for the unstable....which i
coulda used in the port-o-let.....rock-n-roll!  (the man in the leather
diapers who was waiting in line when i came out is prolly still laughing
out there somewhere...)

oh well, until the next time.... ;o)


joni  :o)

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subject:      looking for janet fitch :)

hi...got your tape today and yes it is ok but don't know what it is you want
me to put on it...let me know :)

jude :)

sorry ;) about the b/w (which takes up *more* b/w, but whatever ;)

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coming out of lurkdom to applaud trant...

::clap clap clap::

he's really being good to us--not only is he dubbing who-knows-how-many
ppv tapes, he's actually taking the time to make sure everybody's happy
with the results.

lee <siberry@concentric.net>, who's thinking ig fans are way cool.

trant batey wrote:
> anyway, if you have a problem and you can't fix it w/ the tracking, let me
> know and i'll replace the tape. provided that the problem is not a
> malfunction in one of my vcr's. let me know if there is a problem so i can
> try to isolate what is going wrong.

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i just noticed that amy thanks the tanners in nomads*indians*saints. so,
seeing as how she's thanked them and quoted them ("my friend tanner...")
and i also remember her mentioning them in an interview, does anyone know
who they are? or am i crossing over into the "personal area"? just
askin'.
-sam (who was thrilled to receive her eugene boot today. i was there!)

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hey y'all, i've got 4 copies of pulse magazine to give away. first 4 emails
gets em.
linda

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i have a video of an interview they did on tnn (miller & co.) for the rop
release - it's one of the better interviews i've seen of them. he asks
them about going by the name 'saliers & ray' and amy mentions they also
went by the b-band and said, "...it's a silly name we made up in high
school." that's all the illumination i can shed, and isn't my light just
blinding 8-)


nancy humphries
nancy@rbdc.rbdc.com

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okay, i promise this will be the last time i ask.  was there ever a final
decision on the "treeing" of the ppv?  if there was, i missed it.  can
someone please tell me?  i'm desperate to see it and i don't want to
inconvience anyone if there is a tree in the works.  thanks a lot!
anne


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sorry y'all....(she yells) tigger!

got your video tape ready but need your snail mail addy....come back...

joni :o)

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>they seem to have a large set of songs that they have been playing, but
>"watershed" is still not among them.  you can't expect them to be ready to
>play any song you might request.
actually, they did watershed at unh in april...
kirsten

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hey y'all!  sorry about the nigc but i've reached quite a point of boredom.
can anyone suggest songs that are interesting to play on guitar that are
*not* by ig?  i can play all their songs in my sleep now, and while i still
love them, i want to try some new things.  thanks!
sue :)

jgharney@iquest.com

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anyone ever heard of a folk/rock duo called red letter day. they have an
album called four bowls of colour and the ladyslipper review says in
part:
   "wow, these girls are catchy! this maryland duo features
    suzanna mallow on vocals and guitar and andrea jones on
    vocals, saxophone, harmonica and recorder, and their '96
    release is very tasty acoustic folk/rock (and i mean that
    in the best, poppiest way possible). the closest comparison
    i can make, and i wish i were more imaginative, would be
    the indigo girls - you know, good lyrics, interesting
arrangements     and instrumentation, intense harmonies, all in all a
real
    pleasure to listen to. ..."

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i would think that the most logical place for mm to play pride would be the
stage by wcsh, right across from the portland museum of art. i cant make it
to pride (or mm the night before, which *i* would love to) but i will be in
portland for a luncheon on wednesday, i can pick up a flyer and fill people
in...

mike r.

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alright y'all, let me try this one more time. my page's address is:
                    http://members.aol.com/cedartree2/rainbow.index.html
i fixed a lot of stuff on it, i know it was really stupid of me to give you
the wrong stinkin' address, but my page is well done, so please don't hold it
against me! :o) love, mary

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subject:      watershed / amy's necklace

hey everyone--

     i have a couple of questions for ya. (i love this list!!!)

1.  what is up with watershed?  i love this song dearly, i think it's one of
their best, but i'm a little confused as to what it means.  at first i
thought it meant that you should relax and not worry about things that much,
as emily says in the line "you can stand there and agonize till your agony's
your heaviest load...".  but now i'm thinkin about it a little more and i'm
mighty confused!  in another part of the song it seems like she's saying that
you should take your time to think about things, as she says in the line
"when you're willing to face the path at your pace, every choice is worth
your while...".  can someone help me out of my confusion???

2.  another, not quite as intellectual question, but one that has been
bothering me nonetheless, is for all you lucky people out there who have
gotten to meet a and e in person (by the way i hate all of you). - what is
that grayish necklace thing that amy wears all the time now?  i'm really
curious as to what that thing is and i thought that those who have gotten a
close-up view of it could help me out.

thank you!!!!  i don't know what i'd do without all you wonderful people. :)

~liz~

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subject:      ig in cafe/  my first ani album rocks!

hi all,

first of all, just have to share my amazing ig moment that i had this
weekend.  my boyfriend whom i loved very much ended our relationship a few
months ago.  naturally, i was upset and we didn't talk much.  suddenly,
school ends and since he lives 5 houses away, i see him around.  he calls me
as i'm about to pick up my friend so i invite him and, surprise of all
surprises..he agrees!  woo-hoo!  so, quite obviously, i was extremely
excited/happy in the car for the 20 minute drive to our fav cafe.  then, to
top things off, guess who's on the radio?  that's right, amy and emily,
singing their hearts out to us  (love's recovery...could this be any more
fitting?)  okay, so the night wasn't prefect, it didn't end with him throwing
himself at my feet begging for forgiveness and swearing his everlasting love
and devotion..but it was pretty damn close.

     moving on, i got my first ani album, had some $$$ and was sick of all
the ani posts that left me feeling clueless, so i bought dilate..i love
"untouchable face" and the rest of the album, that song just hooked me
though..so is this an average ani album?  can someone clue me in to the world
of ani cd's?  did i make a good first purchase or are there better albums?
(obviously these are opinions but would be appreciated, since i am
interested in getting another album)

okay, nite all, susie sleepy

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i was just wondering if anyone is planning on attending the michelle malone
concert on monday at the fez. i'm definately going. would anyone be
interested in meeting beforehand? and do you know what time doors open?

thanks~ jenn bubka


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hi everyone...

i taped the girls on the rosie o'donnell show, and didn't have a chance to
watch until today.  i know - that's bad.  but, when i went to look for the
tape it was on i couldn't find it.  i went through every tape in my entire
house, even ones i knew it couldn't be on, but no luck.  :-(   is there
anyone out there who could help me get a copy of this show?   the clip and
pic. at the rosie site are just not enough.

also, i know there is an offer about the ppv concert, but i just deleted my
old mail.
can someone give me the info. about that, i'd really like a clean copy.
my copy absolutely sucks.  i would be happy to dub some copies after i get a
good one.
thanks in advance

stay well,
abby

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subject:      hey jude.........

.........brian here.....you kindly offered me a copy of that squeaky fromme
song, and i, dunderhead that i am, erased your snailish addy .....could ya
give a poor boy a second chance?  please send me the addy so that we may
consumate our mailing trade transaction..................in your
debt...............brian dunderhead

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<<sorry for the waste of bandwidth but...
sarah (sanawike1@aol.com) *please* contact me regarding the money order
that you owe me for the auburn tix + overnight mail ($34.45)..>>

well, i personally know that she has $21 cuz that's how much i sent her for
an autographed cd and a few other frills i couldn't resist ;)  her account on
aol has been full for a long time.  but then there are other things like
boots and videos that are gathering dust somewhere that have my name and
postage on them.....

sorry for the "me too" but damn, it hurts.

jude

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could somebody please tell me how to get off this mailing list? somebody
at this end joined the mailing list but from the wrong account and so we
would like to unsubscribe"mass.spec@kcl.ac.uk". i have tried the "signoff
indigo-girls" email which i see should have unsubscribed us but this did
not work. i would appreciate any help as this is a work account and it is
taking a lot of time each day to check through the mailing list responses
to get to the work.

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at 10:07 pm 6/16/97 edt, kirsten chevalier wrote:
>>they seem to have a large set of songs that they have been playing, but
>>"watershed" is still not among them.  you can't expect them to be ready to
>>play any song you might request.
>actually, they did watershed at unh in april...

it's possible they've played it at one or two shows (as they have "blood
quantum"), but all i really meant was that it doesn't seem to be part of
the normal rotation.  i haven't seen it in any set lists for the sots tour
(as opposed to the college tour immediately proceeding it, which the unh
show was part of).

my feeling on the whole thing is that i love that they have a regular
rotation of songs, they mix up the shows so you can see several and still
see something new every time.  i think it's great on the rare occasion that
they play requests, but i certainly never *expect* them to.

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at 02:43 pm 6/16/97 -0400, joan m. cyr wrote:
>fyi...coming soon to a web page near you...karen harper standing on a light
>post holding up the snoopy/woodstock flag at the gw's tailgate party...and
>she has absolutely no recollection of this picture being taken....thanks to
>the jello shots from jan!  ;o)

sounds suspiciously like jan and karen's newport experience last summer. :)

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are you out there..sent a note to the other addy that has the river in
it..it said you were unknown????????????

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>  hey y'all!  sorry about the nigc but i've reached quite a point of
boredom.
>  can anyone suggest songs that are interesting to play on guitar that are
> *not* by ig?  i can play all their songs in my sleep now, and while i still
>  love them, i want to try some new things.  thanks!
>  sue :)

  if you can you play emily's guitar parts in your sleep a) i'm jealous and
b), try some david wilcox. he uses a lot of alternate tunings and it'll be a
long while before your'e sleepin' playing his stuff! my favorites of his are
"how did you find me here" and "big horizon". i discovered him when he played
before an ig concert in dallas on the swamp tour. joni mitchell is great,
too..know any of her stuff? nighty-night.
                                                                chelle
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i went to my first ig concert last saturday.  it was so cool!!  i was a
little disappointed in the crowd, though.  the people around me only seemed
to know the words to lc, galileo, and ctf.  it was crazy.  they were talking
through a lot of the others!  anyway!  on the way to the concert, i was
telling my boyfriend how i was hoping they would play "land of canaan".  i
was so excited when they did!!  i didn't expect that at all.  i loved the
concert, but it was over way too quick.  next time i see them, i want it to
be at a smaller venue.  i want to be closer up and more intimate.  also,  i
was excited to finally hear michelle malone play.  i've heard so much about
her, but had yet to hear her.  i think i'm hooked!  she sounded great!!
well, thanks for listening!

janeen

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are you out there?  if so, please respond!

-- samantha

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hi all,

i don't want to take up much list space -- a friend of mine is thinking
about starting to play guitar and wants advice on what to buy...  if you
fell like offering some, please mail me privately.  i play well enough to
try a few guitars for her and tell her if the action's good and if it
sounds decent, but i know _nothing_ about who makes "reliable" guitars in,
say, an under $200 range...

thanks,

deb the indigeek

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date:         tue, 17 jun 1997 09:23:21 -0700
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        these are for the wednesday show at champoeg state park outside
portland. the show starts at 7:00.  i'm asking $59.55 which, thanks to
ticketmaster service charges, is what i paid for the 2 $23.00 tickets (i
have the receipt).  please respond privately.

lucy
leselle@eskimo.com

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subject:      pulse

i'm sorry if this has already been posted (it probably has, numerous
times...) but i didn't remember reading it here (at least not the whole
thing.) ok, here ya go :-)
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how the seemingly anachronistic indigo girls still manage to succeed in a
mindless, hit driven marketplace
by michael mccall

amy ray arrives first for an afternoon sound check. for 20 minutes, she
bounces about the stage, warming up the expansive concrete arena with her
spirit. she jokes with the female guitar tech and laughs out loud at shared
quips with the female sound technician. onstage, she's loose and gangly,
gently trading talk about stage monitors with the local stagehand as the two
work to get the sound adjusted to her liking. when she steps to the
microphone, she offers a crack about tulsa's expo square pavilion, a generic,
concrete and plastic chair hall that she refers to as "spinal tap arena."
after performing portions of a few of her new songs, she ends her pre show
set with a vicious acoustic version of the clash's "clampdown."

about 10 minutes later, emily saliers walks out solemnly. the guitar tech
keeps her distance, as if knowing that this member of the indigo girls needs
her space to get her job done. the woman running the sound board stays
similarly businesslike, reflecting her boss' serious stage demeanor. working
deliberately, saliers checks the sound on her piano, as two stagehands
repeatedly maneuver a nearby speaker to try to situate it to the performer's
liking. saliers remains intently focused as she checks the audio levels on a
variety of stringed instruments, taking much longer than her partner as she
repeatedly asks for adjustments while painstakingly checking the tuning of
her guitars, a mandolin, a banjo and a dulcimer. after running through
snippets of a few new songs, saliers locks into a breathtakingly beautiful
version of patty loveless' country music hit, "here i am," singing with a
strong, pure tone that nails the song's combination of concern and
condemnation of a lover who prefers liquor to love.

the two personalities who make up the indigo girls thrive on such divergence.
ray is a coltish, punkish live wire, injecting opinion and humor with
uninhibited animation. saliers is reserved and introspective, carefully
weighing her words and crafting her lyrics before exposing herself. ray plays
guitar with simple, hard strokes and sings with gruff immediacy; saliers
plays intricately and delicately and sings with sweet, full toned clarity.
together, their distinctive harmonies and their dynamic clash of raw energy
and winsome melody provide a compelling example of how musical diversity can
come together to create something stronger than its individual parts. no
wonder the indigo girls create music that is so doggedly optimistic yet so
thornily complex; it's as if they're trying to prove how individuals can
overcome their differences to work toward a better whole.

"we've been together for 16 years now," says amy ray, who discovered her
creative voice by joining with high school friend emily in the basement of
the saliers' home in decatur, ga. chiming in as if on harmony, saliers adds,
"we're so different from each other, and we just don't enter each other's
space."

ray takes the next line, as if trading lyrics in a song: "the thing we do is
accommodate each other really well. we write separately, and we express
ourselves differently. it's as if we're doing two solo albums at once. we
play on each other's songs, then put them out in one big package. whatever
the other one wants to do with one of their songs, it's done. if either of us
wants to go in one direction or another, we go with it. we don't water each
other's vision down."

those two distinct voices come across clearly on <a href="aol://4344:568.tw252
181.5483546.544991671">shaming of the sun</a>, the duo's eighth album for
epic records. the 12 song collection, featuring six songs by both writers,
continues to find them experimenting with their core acoustic sound. the
rhythms are more elaborate than ever, with a strong dose of multicultural
music worked into them, and the songs are propped up by string arrangements,
indian chants, psychedelic guitar, even a hurdy gurdy and talking drum. the
rousing harmonies ring out on the positive manifesto "it's alright" ("it's
all right if you hate that way, hate me cause i'm different, hate me cause
i'm gay...") and behind the fat pop hook of the soulful "shame on you" (with
it's "la la la" capturing the ebullience of van morrison's classic "brown
eyed girl"). saliers' "caramia" is an ambitious, minor chord epic with dense
orchestration, while "leeds" finds her creating a moody piano ballad, the
first time one of the duo's songs was built around saliers' newly acquired
keyboard proficiency. it's a fuller and more varied sound than the acoustic
folk rock that marked the indigos' early albums, yet there's a direct
connection through the harmonies and song structures that remains true to
their past.

"at the start, we were very cautious about not giving our music to a producer
who would want to take it in a direction that was different than what we were
doing live," saliers says, "we were very protective of that. we wanted the
early records to be true to what we were doing live. now we feel free to
experiment. on this last album, we just kept adding things. we felt open to
everything and anything."

the indigos began expanding their sound on 1992's <a href="aol://4344:568.tw11
2045.5467097.493781422">rites of passage</a>, then took the experimenting
further on 1994's <a href="aol://4344:568.tw112047.5451121.493275507">swamp op
helia</a>. the two began work on shaming of the sun in a nashville studio
with the intent of stripping away some of the musical artifice of swamp.

"that album started to sound a little overdone in parts, maybe more than we
realized at the time," ray explains. "we went into this one wanting to make
it less orchestrated and arranged. but we ended up spending a lot of time
making this album. but it was still very spontaneous and less planned.
everything we added to it was added in a real impromptu way. we'd hear
something we liked and say, 'loop that,' or we'd track six guitars repeating
the same line. just crazy stuff. we were open to trying anything and seeing
if it worked. we'd get excited about something we were hearing or thinking
and just give it a try."

in concert, however, with just the two of them on a warm up acoustic tour,
the songs are stripped back to their original core, making it evident how
well the two combine simple melodies with rousing choruses set up with
dynamic acoustic interplay. watching the indigo girls in concert in tulsa, a
heartland town where two 40 foot plus statues honor jesus christ and an
industrious blue collar work ethic, it's obvious how their individual
diversities come together as strengths. the old friends may be oil and
water--ray represents frenetic passion; saliers careful, self conscious
expression--but their contrasts don't clash as much as they blend like a good
vinaigrette. they juxtapose each other in personality and action, yet they
meet on the terms that are most important to them: sexual orientation,
political concern, a humanistic and spiritual outlook, and a shared passion
for making music that represents an intensely personal viewpoint.

onstage, they offer their songs with a complete lack of artifice; there's
nothing remotely flashy about the presentation. there's no stage set; no
production values other than minimal lighting. ray bounds around slashing her
guitar and saliers stands firm, providing solos and instrumental details.
they let their compositions provide the entertainment, offering rambling,
jagged, sometimes overly ambitious songs packed with folk rock crescendos
banged out with intensity and commitment. the arena crowd stays on its feet,
seemingly hungry for the wide open compassion and physical catharsis that the
performance offers them. sprinkled through the heartland tulsa audience,
you'll find the expected lesbian couples and wool sweater liberals, but there
are also large groups of middle american high school girls and college
students, as well as plenty of hetero couples singing along to the choruses
and high fiving at the intros to favorite songs.

"our fans are so supportive," ray says. "there's a lot of them that we've
sort of grown up with, and there seems to be those who come along every year
and join the family." adds saliers, "we're a real good catalog band for epic.
we have the kind of fans who go back and buy everything. we've never really
been about hit singles. our fans tend to really care about the music, and i
think they know we really care about the music and the shows. our music is
honest and emotional, and i think people can hook into that. it's a mixture
of talking about the darkness of the world and also the hope that we can
survive, and that we yearn for optimism in the midst of all the craziness
around us. plus, amy and i do our best to keep growing and to keep trying new
things musically, and i think our fans appreciate that, too."

saliers touches upon a salient point when she mentions that the duo doesn't
rely on singles to connect with fans. the popularity of the indigo girls is
uncommon in several ways: they're a rare '90s success story in that they
haven't relied on massive radio airplay or a high profile video presence to
establish a following, yet they have managed to consistently top a million in
sales with their studio efforts; moreover, they're acoustic folk rockers
flourishing in a hip hop/grunge/technology driven age. in tulsa, they rock
the crowd with only the two of them onstage, using nothing but strings and
voices to raise spirits and garner a response. what they have done is,
they've conceived an intimate bond with their audience. by displaying who
they are and what they feel with such willing enthusiasm, they've touched a
chord in listeners who want to be encouraged to be themselves, whoever they
may be, outside of the constricting pressures of a pop culture that's deeply
media saturated and highly self conscious.

"when we write songs, it doesn't come from some point of entertainment or
trying to create the next hit or because of some kind of responsibility we
feel toward anything," saliers notes. "we write about whatever we've been
thinking about. i write because i've had an experience, and i'm ready to
write a song about it. at that point, i'm not thinking about fans or record
companies or radio or recording studios. it's really about self expression
for me, and trying to say what i feel i want to say about whatever is on my
mind. when we get into the studio or when we get to a show, that's when we
think about how to balance the songs in a way people will like."

the indigos believe that they've been able to forge a unique image and to
pursue their own artistic vision because of the way they started. initially,
they built a following as an independent act working the '80s college circuit
along the east coast; they originally released their 1987 debut, <a href="aol:
//4344:568.tw112046.5450954.493275330">strange fire</a>, on their own indigo
label. the success of that album prompted record labels to seek them out,
rather than the other way around.

"because we had built a grass roots following on our own, we were of the mind
that we could keep doing this independently if we wanted to," ray says. "we
would only go with a major record company if they were willing to go along
with our agenda and our politics and our creativity. epic ended up being a
cool label for us. they're artist oriented, and we feel they're supportive of
our goals and of our politics. we haven't had many radio hits, and they've
gotten used to the idea that we're that way. we haven't had to concentrate on
that, which is good."

ray recalls one time that epic execs came to the duo to suggest it include a
cover song on an album that might more readily attract radio play. "that was
kind of the last thing they ever said like that," ray laughs. adds saliers,
"yeah, we got so mad about it they never said anything else."

nonetheless, the two say communication and respect between them and the
record label is open and mutual. the label offers advice on photographers,
video directors, and on which songs might work well as singles for various
radio formats. "we've always appreciated what they do for us on certain
levels," ray says. "but they also know we're going to go on tour and work
hard and do our own thing. we do what we do, they do what they do, and we see
what happens. i think we recognize that we have a good thing, and that we've
been very fortunate. it was fun when we started, and it's just as much fun
for us now."

and why shouldn't it be fun? after all, the indigo girls have established a
career for the long run during an era of here today, gone tomorrow
sensations. along the way, they've cut against the grain in nearly every way.
at a time when the most powerful performers believe they have to wrap
themselves in glamour and play the media game, amy ray and emily saliers have
forged a separate path and have achieved success on their own terms.

michael mccall is a free lance journalist based in nashville, a city amy ray
once blasted in a song named after the town. both ray and mccall like the
city now.
_________
copyright, 1997, mts, inc.
pulse! magazine
"indigo girls"
june, 1997, issue
number 159, page 25

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date:         tue, 17 jun 1997 13:28:11 -0400
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from:         kira stackhouse <crandigo1@aol.com>
subject:      tabs???

hello everyone,
     i'm looking for the tabs for "the girl with the weight of the world in
her hands."  if anyone has them or knows where to find them it would be
greatly appereciated if you could let me know.  thanks!

kira

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date:         tue, 17 jun 1997 13:45:36 -0400
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from:         sari laufer <sarikins@aol.com>
subject:      is this bad form?

umm, i don't know if this is acceptable, but i set up my home page recently,
i made my own ig page. if y'all have any interest in checking it out, i'd be
pretty pscyhed. the regular address is
http://pubweb.nwu.edu/~srl542

and the ig page, as far as i can remember, is
http://pubweb.nwu.edu/~srl542/indigos.html

so, let me know what you guys think.

sari, who just got some tapes in the mail and is very happy

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reply-to:     hope <hrm95001@uconnvm.uconn.edu>
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subject:      got up the nerve to introduce myself
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hi-
i've been reading  all of your postings for a few days now, and i'm glad i
joined this list.  when i saw sami and amanda's introductions, i decided i
should try to send one (i'm not even sure if i'm doing this correctly).
well, here's mine:
i've been an indigo girls fan for about five years.  i had never even heard
of them when someone asked me to sing closer to fine with them in a talent
show at our high school.  i am now a twenty-year-old college student that
listens to them every day.
i was terribly disappointed not to get the chance to go see them while they
were in my area (i never have seen them).  thank you so much for all you
accounts of their different concerts!  i'm really psyched for those of you that
got to meet them or sing with them, or even just see them for that matter.  i
got the impression that some of you get together to tail gate before the
concerts.  is that so?  that's great if you do.
i'll plan to post any ig-insights i have to offer.  in the mean time, i am
happy to read all that you guys have to say.
         -hope

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date:         tue, 17 jun 1997 13:22:13 -0500
reply-to:     robert and frances egan <egan263@ix.netcom.com>
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subject:      fwd: for sale: indigo girls concert tix

hey y'all,

this was on the newsgroup - sorry if it has already been posted to the
list, but i thought someone here might be interested. - fran e.

---- begin forwarded message

i have 2 tickets to the indigo girls concert at the greek theatre
in los angeles on july 2nd, wednesday 7:30 pm.  the seats are in
section b (left), row s (center).

i'd like to get what i paid for them, $29.75 per ticket
($27 face value + $2.75 greek theatre charge), or the highest offer.

anybody interested, please do not reply to the newsgroup but send
email to :

nac0001@aol.com

thanks!

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      http://www.dejanews.com/     search, read, post to usenet
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date:         tue, 17 jun 1997 15:32:23 edt
reply-to:     doyle srader <dsrader@uga.cc.uga.edu>
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i've just discovered "this train revised" <i'm a late bloomer> and i'm
struggling with my dissertation <t-2 weeks and counting> which is about
nuremberg. what would be of enormous help to me is if someone could send
me the lyrics to "this train revised," because some of the lines would
make outstanding epigrams to a couple of my chapters. much thanks in
advance.

doyle srader
university of georgia
<706> 548-9938

"i think i am becoming in many small ways a woman who takes no shit."
   -- sally kempton, _liberation now!_

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date:         tue, 17 jun 1997 16:01:00 -0400
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hey folks,

   i thought i'd point out to people who might be interested that espn
sportszone is running series all week on the wnba and women's sports
in general.  they are interviewing rebecca lobo right now, i think pat
summitt is later this week.  i know there are a lot of abl fans on the
list (well at least in the boston area) so folks may be interested.
the url is http://espnet.sportszone.com.

if you do go, be sure to vote in this rather condesending poll
they have going:

        "what element is most appealing about women's sports"

        (1) affordable tickets
        (2) good role models
        (3) style of play
        (4) sportsman like conduct
        (5) other

nothing like "high quality athletes, competitive games" in the list.
at the moment "other" is in a statistical dead heat for first place =)

                                -- chris


p.s.  did anyone else read where the "silver bullets" baseball team
        started a bench clearing brawl? after a sb batter was hit by a
        pitch, she was mocked by the opposing pitcher on her way to
        first.  she charged the mound..... =)


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date:         tue, 17 jun 1997 17:06:37 -0400
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im having a indigo week yesterday i got my jcs copy and today i got my
poster and clanders whoo hoo now imjust waiting on my ppv and im all set
many thanks to the ladies who helped me aquire this stuff your tapes are
in the mail (least the 2 of them are im wiaing on the the ppv to mail out
the lastt tape)
hugs anthony van pyre

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hey folks :)

once again i'm shuffling around my collection to pay for some ig stuff i
must have..one day when i have money, i'll never sell anything good
again..50 club r & r's is my goal..:) but for now.. i've got club r & r
for $125 and reverse one for $135. postage will be $2. please write to
reserve either one! send me your wantlists as well!
we are fortunate ones,
joe

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subject:      re: sigc red letter day?
x-to:         donrich@neo.lrun.com

yeah, red letter day's out of maryland's eastern shore.  they play venues in
rehoboth beach, de pretty frequently.  i saw this past weekend they''ll be
hosting open mike night at plum loco in rehoboth on wednesdays this summer.
catch them if you get the chance, i enjoy their stuff.  they've got a web
site with some good sound clips, but the addy was on my other computer which
recently crashed, & this one's too #%@ slow!

terri

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i'm sorry to waste anyone's time, but i wanted to explain that i forgot to
change the sig file of my little brother.  just didn't want anyone to think
i was a thirteen year old boy. :)
sorry!
anne

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subject:      re: indigo stuff ~ plus sami's point of view
x-to:         funky_soundz@rocketmail.com

in a message dated 97-06-16 22:25:29 edt, funky_soundz@rocketmail.com (funky
soundz) writes:

<< hey kids...

although it is against our standard policy we have chosen to honor a
list member's request by sending through the below for sale list. if
you are not interested in purchasing indigo girls rarities please
delete this message. >>

i don't know about anyone else, but i would enjoy it if they continued to
send out stuff like this.  i don't know what the problem is. if something
good comes up, i want to jump all over it!!!

-sami

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i don't think this has been posted yet, but forgive me if it has been.
i was at the dentist today, & i was reading the june 16, 1997 issue of
<italic>people</italic> in the waiting room, & i saw ig in the "picks &
pans" section (p. 27-28).  i ripped out the little review...i hope my
dentist doesn't get mad at me! :)


here it is...reprinted w/o permission...all typos are mine.


shaming of the sun

indigo girls


"shame on you," the first single off the duo's sixth studio album, is
rollicking folk-pop with a catchy "la la la" chorus...and a reference
to illegal immigration.  the indigo girls, singer-songwriter-guitarists
amy ray and emily saliers, wouldn't be the indigo girls without
tackling a few social issues; in later cuts they address sexual
orientation (the girls came out years ago), burnging black churches,
colonialism and poverty.


the politics will be familiar to their fans, but the girls do strive
for a different sound here, cranking up the electric guitar on most of
the tracks.   still, what anchors the disc ultimately is what makes all
their albums a pleasure: intelligent lyrics, rich harmonies and their
signature intertwining voices set against a backdrop of homespun,
melodic folk music.  it's what they do best. (epic)-marisa sandora

there are also good reviews of ani's living in clip and dan bern's self
titled album in this section, & a cute picture of ani w/ orange
braids.


while i'm here, i wanted to say hi to all my slc listee friends (esp.
c) & thank them for their hospitality (go jazz! :), & welcome my best
friend (my other best friend, bf! ;), jess, to the list.


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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date:         tue, 17 jun 1997 20:21:57 -0400
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from:         emily monteer <emma221@aol.com>
subject:      change of addy, mount holyoke and atl pride (very little igc)

hey kind friends..
    i have several things to say so here i go..
first of all my addy changed, i used to be emonteer@arches (emily monteer).
i'm home for the summer..

but i'm not going back to the university of ga (as many of you know) instead
i'm going to..mount holyoke, yup i got in and everything!  i'm very excited.
a big huge thank you and email hug goes out to all of you who have advised
and suported me throughout this process.  you're the best and i appreciate
you all.

lastly does anyone know the dates of atlanta's gay pride?  and are amy and
emily going to be there again? (probably not, i know, but i had to ask)

private email replies please..

peace and thank you,
em

emma221@aol.com

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subject:      re: (nigc) attention sarah--sanawike1@aol.com
x-to:         sfreeman@coe.uga.edu

just wanted to pass along the news that i heard from our
favorite butter biscuit from her yesterday,
it seem's her computer has been crashed for a month
(at least).
bummer !!!!!
she was waaaay behind on her email as of yesterday,
so she may not even be caught up yet :)
tra la la !
luv !!!
claire
"i don't understand the parisians"
leslie "sweet cheeks" caron

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from:         diana seal <dseal41107@aol.com>
subject:      re: sigc red letter day?
x-to:         donrich@neo.lrun.com

to all,
red letter day is a great duo ! i have seen them many times , they play alot
in the md,va , del , pa , nc  area . whether with full band or alone these
two women can rock . there music is full of heart , soul and spirit . they
have there own web site so check them when you can , you wont be sorry .

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sorry for the list space but.......


sundara-- i have lost your address again--i sent sherri's tape back to
her because it seems like i've had it for quite a while--btw sherri,
good tape...so that is the end of the loop i think... i assume i'll get
my tape back from amy eventually--thanks for being a nifty-o loop
leader---tricia

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from:         rachel rivera <spirits4@aol.com>
subject:      let go and trust

"... music is such a good way to resist. it keeps
you strong, it has dignity." - amy

(from leticia's website :) http://pw2.netcom.com/~lprperez/all.htm )

hi everyone,

a year ago today, i experienced the end of a relationship that wasn't meant
to be.  in jan. of '96, someone (a stranger) committed suicide near my home,
and for weeks, all i could think about was "fare thee well."  it had several
symbolic meanings for me then, but now, the song seems to represent the
beginning of the end.  it foreshadowed almost everything that happened to me
last year.  in retrospect, the evolution of the last year has been perfectly
described by wood song ("...but the question drowns in its futility and even
i have got to laugh at me cause no one gets to miss the storm of what will be
just holding on for the ride...");  you left it up to me...."...when it was
up to you, you left it up to me...";  dgtgag..."...take the first shot baby
it'll be real clean i'm your girl strong and mean take a second shot baby
it'll be real cool i'm your fool...";  cut it out..."...why did we make it so
hard..."

today, i'm grateful that i've had ig music to help me understand the twists
and turns of life.  i am grateful that i found someone who loves me and who
feels the power of truth in music ;)  it's alright and shed your skin are my
catalysts and part of my saving grace.

rachel :)

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hey there gohoes!!

still looking for reserved tix for berkely.   help      :0    mel

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hi yall,

i have 2, (two!) general admission tickets for saturday which i would
blissfully trade for 1 (one!) reserved sunday ticket.  i would also
gladly trade $$$ (moolah!) for a reserved sunday.  anyone?  anyone?

:0)

julia

"we have incredible fans."    -emily saliers

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hi, im lea from brisbane, australia, looking to join the indigo girls
fan club, but having trouble, there isnt much out here in australia on
the girls.  any information or anyone wanting to chat please e-mail me

thanks,

lea

tlcent@rainbow.net.au

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hi y'all;
        i was up doing some latenight net surfing when i found this ra page with
an ig interview followed by a live version of hammer and a nail.  it is
called women in music no. 6 with the interview starting at around 28:40
into the show.  the url is....

http://www.audionet.com/shows/womenonair/#wim6


if this is old news please forgive me for i have only been on the list for
a couple of months.


                                                take care;

e-mail  mix8@primenet.com
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how long till my soul gets it right
can any human being ever reach that kind of light...
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i went back down to tower last night and picked up a few more copies of
pulse magazine so if your interested, let me know.

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subject:      pine knob review....a little late

here is my pine knob review...only a few days late!!  they were
awesome!!!  what can i say...a & e were so into the music more than i
have ever seen.......their best show by far!  maybe because i was in
the 4th row, dead center.....i could see every expression....amy was
soooo intense, she closed her eyes while singing, and was actually
out of breath from strumming so hard on dgtgag!....we painted a large
banner that said "we'll be dancin' up to the bright side for 'joking'
and some guitar picks"....we held it up after the first song...amy
read it and smiled, nodded her head......then leaned over to emily
and said something....i actually thought they were considering it...
but, alas...they did not play it....(i had heard that they told
another fan at the fraze show that they were not in practice to play
joking), i think emily didn't want to.......but i did get a guitar
pick used by amy!!!  i got to meet list members lisa, kate, and libby.
..who traveled from abroad to be there....list members really are the
greatest!! we couldnt get a & e's autograph though....since pine snob
does not let you get anywhere near the bus.....i am just glad that i
was there!!

forever indigo,
cathy

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thought i'd pass it on....

                                -- chros

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from dar-williams-announce@pobox.com tue jun 17 21:47:07 1997
message-id: <01bc7b68.10b8e820@paoli15-pri.voicenet.com>
from: dar williams announcements <dar-williams-announce@pobox.com>
to: "'cmbecker@space.mit.edu'" <cmbecker>
subject: dar nyc show - special offer
date: tue, 17 jun 1997 20:52:50 -0400
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dear dar mailing lister,
please find below a special offer from new audiences/bottom line,
presenters of dar's upcoming new york show.  we hope to offer the dar
community similar advance-ticket offers in other cities the tour passes
through as well.
-- charlie hunter, dar's manager

=====
the bottom line and new audiences present
dar williams
and her acoustic band

saturday, september 27, 1997, 8:00 p.m.
at town hall, 123 west 43rd st., new york city

get the best seats in the house now!  we are offering the dar williams
community  the exclusive opportunity to purchase the best seats in the
house for dar williams' historic first town hall show before they go on
sale to the general public.  tickets will go fast, so get yours now!

tickets: $32.50 and $27.50

if you're in new york, swing by the bottom line box office, 15 w. 4th st.
(corner of mercer), 212-228-6300 (cash only, no service charge).

by mail, send a bank check or money order with self-addressed, stamped
envelope to new audiences/dar williams, 155 w. 72nd st., suite 706, new
york, ny 10023. add $2 per ticket handling fee. no personal checks.
include number of tickets, price and phone number. incorrect orders will be
returned. if order is not received in a timely fashion, call 212-595-5272
(mon-fri 12pm-5pm edt).

tickets are available on a first-come/first-served basis while they last.
tickets also at the town hall box office and ticketmaster starting 9/2/97.
=====

this info is also available at dar's web site:
http://www.pobox.com/~dar


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i need an address and can only find the phone number in my stuff.
can someone get me the address of the walk-in counseling clinic run by
gary schoener..its in minn, i believe (could be st.paul but don't think
so..it was in a scarey part of town) and e-mail me privately..its real
important.
thanks a bunch
pooh

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hi all,

i was wondering if anyone going to the friday june 27th show at the backyard is interested in meeting after the show, say at kerby lane south?

peace,

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

"i am a lonely road and i am traveling
looking for the key to set me free."
               -joni mitchell

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subject:      ig tickets: july 12 & 13 @ pier, seattle wa

circumstances at work have made my trip to seattle for the ig concert
a no-can-do, so as much as it pains me to do this, i'm offering up my two
ig tickets for sale:

date: july 12th & 13th
time: 7pm
location: pier, seattle, wa
type: general admission
cost: $25 (us) each

please email me privately if interested, thanks,

denise

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the time has come to return those babies to their original homes...let
me know if ya wanna hook up with another loop.....

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i confess, i've been putting off writing this post.  hoping i'd come up
with some words powerful enough to empty your pockets into large checks.
pay to the order of billings house ($100, $36, $250, $5 and my firstborn,
$17.57 which is everything i own, $25, etc etc) in honor of emily
saliers.  happy birthday emily, and thanks for sharing your soul, for making
me feel less alone during the roughest years, for being a catalyst and an
inspiration for this community which is too special for words and has
introduced so many of us to so many of our dearest friends, for
understanding how much your music means to us and for letting us see how
much we mean to you, for being surprised and touched when the audience
knows the words to ghost and for watching with reverence as amy begins
chickenman, for admitting your fears in airplane and language or the
kiss, for providing the lyrics to let me practice saying "i'm gay" before
i was ready to say them on my own, for the liner notes on back together
again which remind us that our own writing can improve and mature as
yours has and that there's still something special to the words we've
strung together in the past, for being able to laugh at yourself and
being able to be serious too, for standing up for what you believe in,
for not giving up on the dream, for caring so passionately about so much....

my words will never be enough to express it, no gift will ever be enough
to express it, but we have to try.  if you're reading this you know what
i'm talking about, you know what emily has meant to you and done for
you.  it's time to give something back.  as a community we've selected
billings house, an aids hospice in atlanta, to be the receipient of a
donation made in emily's honor for her birthday.  but it is individuals
who make up the community, whose dollars will make up the donation, whose
personal messages will make up the card.  you matter.  imagine if each of
us gave five dollars.  that's less than what it costs to trade two boots,
hardly a dent in your pocket, but together it adds up.....and it
represents a lot of love.  if we can give more, even better....the folks
at the billings house can use all the help we can give them.  we raised
$2500 for honor the earth for amy's birthday....can we do it again?  will
you be a part of it?

me, i'm writing out my check now, pay to the order of the billings house
and sending it to

deb reiser
3166 north 89th street
milwaukee, wi 53222

and writing a note to emily for the card, including my email addy and
sending that to mandi martin,  mandi96@airmail.net


a huge thank you to everyone who's already contributed, to everyone who's
reaching for their checkbooks, and especially to deb and mandi and greta for
making it happen.

let those green symbols of gratitude roll in!

sincerely,
audrey beth stein

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hi folks!
i have to say thanks to those who posted the misheard lyrics recently.
every time i think of "hey, mom, i'm a rock star," i crack up.  now to add
my own favs.  on the way to fraze my frind told me in gotm she thought e was
singing, "we'll give the finger to those we pass on the way out of town." as
i was still laughing about this the next day, i was driving along singing to
"love's recovery" and i caught my own faux pax, realizing that for almost
ten years now i've been singing "whims of culture, souplike vultures,"
instead of "that swoop like vultures." ha! that'll teach me to laugh at
others, and i'm a lyric person, too. :)
peace, love, and indigo
lisa


"the best thing you've ever done for me is to help me take my life less
seriously, it's only life afterall." --emily saliers

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subject:      good tickets @ woodlands
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hey, anyone interested in really good seats at the woodlands?  right
section- row d, seats 5 thru 9.  that is the section behind the pit.  the
tickets are $31 + $5.50 in ugly service charges per ticket.  i am selling
them for karen robinson, who is out of town until she  & gail from
scotland, start a 5 night indigo marathon starting in new orleans and
ending in dallas.  e-mail me privately and let me know.  we can set up a
place in houston to meet.

linda

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subject:      (nigc) ny/tom's diner/eddie from ohio??
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usual apologies for waste of proverbial b/w etc., but seeing as people on
this list always seem to have the answer for everything....

i'm going to be ny next week *skippity-skip* and wondered if anyone knows
the address of tom's restaurant (as in tom's diner) - always promised myself
i'd have a cawfee there one day ;) - i know its on the upper west side...

also, i see that eddie from ohio are playing at the bottom line.  never
heard them, but i get the feeling i might like 'em - any good anyone?  is it
advisable to book for gigs like this or can you get tkts on the door...

any other ny/boston/p'town or atlanta travel tips greatly appreciated!!

thanks :)

seffy

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haven't been paying too much attention to the list lately, but saw this and
thought of all of you.  here's a poem from moi to y'all !!

have an indigo day!
- jen hall

> >subject: computer prayer
> >
> >every night i lie in bed
> >this little prayer inside my head
> >god bless my mom and daddy
> >and bless my little boy
> >and take care of my husband
> >he brings me so much joy..
> >and god there's just one more thing
> >i wish that you would do
> >if you don't mind me asking
> >to just bless my computer too??
> >now i know that its not normal
> >to bless a small machine
> >but listen just a second
> >and i'll try to explain...
> >you see, that little metal box
> >holds more than odds and ends.
> >inside those small components
> >rest a hundred loving friends.
> >some its true i've never seen
> >and most i've never met
> >we've never shaken hands or
> >ever truly hugged, and yet..
> >i know for sure they love me
> >by the kindnesses they give
> >and this little scrap of metal
> >is how i get to where they live
> >by faith is how i know them
> >much the same as i know you.
> >i share in what life brings them
> >so if its ok with you..
> >just take an extra minute
> >from your duties up above..
> >to bless this little hunk of steel
> >that's filled with so much love.
> >
> >author unknown
> >
>

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hey everybody,
   sarahs computer has been down hence the full mailbox and stuff. ill tell
her a whole bunch of people have been looking for her for money and boots.
                                       katherine

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joe!

>once again i'm shuffling around my collection to pay for some ig stuff i
>must have..one day when i have money, i'll never sell anything good
>again..50 club r & r's is my goal..:) but for now.. i've got club r & r
>for $125 and reverse one for $135. postage will be $2.

your ask $100+ for those promos, and then have to ask $2 for postage too?  lol!

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hello my fine feathered listee's!

i hope you are all enjoying your summer (or winter for our buddies in the
southern hemisphere). i know thoughts of concerts and cookouts and deck
projects and golf and festivals can be quite exciting and time consuming,
but let's not forget that there are folks who could use our help.

in case you're new to the list or have been ignoring your email, we are in
the middle of a fundraiser. 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.

so far, i have received $675 for the billings house. that is a great start
but far below our goal of matching the $2500 that was raised in amy's name
this past april for honor the earth. i know we can raise a lot more because
we did it before! 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! and don't forget,
any contributions are tax deductible.

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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subject:      nigc-  ani bootlegs

sorry about the bw guys, anyone who isn't getting an ani boot dubbed for me
can just hit the delete key now....

alright, to all those that i am making the two ani boots for, the calgary '95
and el mocambo '93 ones.  i am soooooo sorry about the delay.  i've gotten
really sick and can't leave the house, i have bronchitis, pharnxitis and some
ear/nose/throat bacterial infection.  i should be better in about 10 days,
and i will get out there to mail the stuff.  you guys have been so awesomely
patient, thank you.
please don't respond to the list about this because i am no longer a
listmember.  thanks again
patricia


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subject:      back online and apologetic... (nrigc)

hello, all!
      it's me, sarah, and i'm back.  my computer has been _screwed up_ for
about a month, meaning i have had no way to contact any of you, etc, etc.
first, let me say that i'm still trying to read mail from the 23rd of may (i
got that far by deleting almost eveything.) so if you've written to me, i'm
_trying_ to catch up... second, i owe 2 people target cd samplers and i don't
know your addresses right now... please write to me if i owe you anything,
and, if i do, i'm sooooo sorry!  i think i might even have missed out on
being a tape tree branch while i was gone, and if i have any hate mail
because i have been unreliable, i publicly apologise to every last one of
you.  i don't know if i'm forgetting anyone else, but, like i said, please
write to me if i owe you something... in other news, i have some swamp vinyls
now,, so if you want them, let me know.  also, i still have a stack of
atlanta mags, if you need those... i'm trying to get back in the swing of
things, and i apologise to anyone i have inconvenienced... i guess that's
all... i missed you all and all that good stuff.  sorry again, sarah

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subject:      ppv?

hello everyone,
     i was wondering if anyone out there would be willing to make me a copy
of the ig on ppv.  sorry if it is an inconvenience, my friend wants it and it
didn't come in on our cable company.  thanks.

kira

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subject:      ??

what's happening?  i'm not getting any lovely indigonad mail!  is there
something wrong with the list, or is it just me?

-- samantha the ski girl

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i have several copies of pulse that i would be happy to give away.  let me
know if your interested!
peace,
diana

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subject:      newport folk fest...  nigc

hey folks,

i received my program last week, and here's the lineup.

friday:
ramblin jack elliott, john gorka, suzzy roche, lucy kaplansky, guy davis,
hart-rouge.  special host u. utah philips.

saturday:
peter mulvey, moxy fruvous, jonatha brooke, violent femmes, rosanne cash,
john hiatt, a celebration of song with john baez - featuring mary black, dar
williams, gillian welch, janis ian, the borrowers, eric taylor, betty elders,
richard shindell and sinead lohan.

sunday:
the nields, martin sexton, gillian welch and david rawlings, little feat,
mary black, james taylor.

tickets available through ticketmaster, the festival office (no service
charge), or by mail with a form.  prices: $36/day or $60 for sat and sun
(limited number available only before july 1).

website: www.newportfolk.com

looks like a great weekend.  i am a little confused about the violent femmes
though -- but they do put on a great show.

kevin

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thanks to all that responded to my query. i have ordered both of their
albums, "live from the globe" and "four bowls of colour". i see by their
website that they will be at atlanta pride on the 29th, ... maybe
someone can give a review.

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in the early 50's.

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subject:      re: mst3k (igc)
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on sat, 14 jun 1997 16:52:25 -0500 justin shumaker <shuey@arn.net>
writes:
>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...

the two zombies are running and someone (either mike or tom i think) say
"the indigo girls are looking for the stage".  hmm, well i guess i laugh
at their cruel jokes when they are not directed at thing i hold dear, so
i am trying to take this in stride too.  geez, that was a bad movie
though; even for a mst3k movie it was bad.  5 mins of movie, and over an
hour of side shows!  oh well, i still love the ig and mst3k.

jeremy

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subject:      hey to the list, some igc, some nigc

hello to all!!!!  :)  can i ask, is it just my imagination, or has ther been
virtually *no* list activity for the last few days?  it usually takes me 30
minutes to get through all the mail, and today there were only 3 posts!

i would also like to repeat my request for any snapshots of ig that anyone
might have???  i will reimburse any and all costs!!!!

tanya in dayton, ohio!!!!!!  i got the pictures you sent me, i loooooove the
closeup of amy  :)  thank you sooooooooo much!!!!!!!!!!

i recently got the pulse mag (thank you to the person who sent it to me, you
know who you are <grin>).  i have to add my own $0.02, and say that i
personally like the picture on the cover, and the pic inside.  i do, however
think they could have used a better pic of amy on the daemon inset.

so i guess that's all.  post, people!!!!!  before i am forced to post my boot
list just to get some mail!!!!!!!!!!  <wink>

by the way, i have another boot-bit sig!!!!!  check it out!!!!!  :)

peace, harmony & indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygoopg@aol.com)
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from:         shanna freeman <sfreeman@coe.uga.edu>
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thanks claire!

i actually got the money order from sarah yesterday...right after i bitched
about not getting it. karma maybe? i don't know. anyway, i was going to
post and clear her name, just in case anyone thought that she was gonna
burn me. i guess i still shall. :)

peace and things indigo,

shanna

sfreeman@coe.uga.edu

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wow, i had such a fun evening painting the senior hallway at my school
with pictures of calvin and hobbes - it is sooooooooo cute. i am now
covered in paint. anyway, i'm sure you really care about that. but then
my mom picks me up at school and what do i see on my seat in the car but
a big ole stack of pulses. my eternally cool mother and her eternally
cool friend marta snuck into tower twice to grab lots of magazines. so,
if anyone wants a copy just let me know an we can do the send a s.a.s.e
deal. (does anyone know what postage is for a copy of pulse or do i have
to be motivated and find out myself?)
all things indigo
-sam (who had fun walking barefoot through large puddles of wet paint)

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comments:     grove thinks this came from [128.227.182.95] [128.227.182.95]
              (hop 0)
from:         rich benson <cobweb@grove.ufl.edu>
subject:      lost addresses (nigc)
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hey y'all....

my mail crashed, and i have lost all my addresses and all my unread mail
from this past friday through tuesday.

if anyone wrote to me privately, please re-send. susie b. marine, joan
morrison, joni cyr, please send me your e-mail addys....

thanks!


rich benson
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these thoughts of fairer weather
though it's storming out
i feel safe within the arms of love's discovery
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hey, is anyone else not getting messages? i've been receiving private mail,
but no list messages for 2 days.  i *know* we didn't go 2 days w/out
conversation.  i didn't get somehow accidentally unsubscribed did i?
somebody tell me what's up!
lisa


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

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subject:      the pay per view event

   i was wondering if someone could give me a review of the pay
per view event.  i was in the process of moving from tn to mass. while
the special was on so i missed it and all your comments and reviews.
i feel so out of touch.  i was just wanting to know if there was a tree
already established for the tape, or will the show be sold commercially
in the future?  i would really like to hear how it went and possibly get
a copy.  could someone fill me in, email me privately because i am not
on the list anymore.  thanks.

kevin mitchell

e-mail: kmitchel@cs.utk.edu

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on tue, 17 jun 1997, christopher m. becker wrote:

> p.s.  did anyone else read where the "silver bullets" baseball team
>         started a bench clearing brawl? after a sb batter was hit by a
>         pitch, she was mocked by the opposing pitcher on her way to
>         first.  she charged the mound..... =)

woo-hoo!  you go, girl!  get 'em where it hurts!!!
amy  =)

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subject:      nigc: commonbond/red letter day

hey everyone !

all this talk about red letter day makes me wanna post about the "other" cool
band from the dc/maryland area  -- namely commonbond !!!!!

commonbond is outta dc and has been around for about 4 years now - two girls
two guitars !!!! marybeth & ashland tour up and down the east coast all year
round - from nyc to georgia/florida !!!! they have two cd's out now - super
elastic acoustic plastic and colors of life - live from the birchmere ....
and they just recorded their 3rd cd live on june 5th - also from the
birchmere - along with a full back-up band (including red letter day's own
a.j. on sax & backup vocals !)

they've also opened up for disappear fear and have played the march on
washington !!!

they have a web site - i don't have the address with me now, but i'll e-mail
to anyone interested !! or e-mail me with any questions about them - tour
dates, etc. !!!!

support local bands !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

chris

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ok, this is for all you new englanders and such
that can receive wumb-fm (91.9)

sunday, june 22, noon to 3 pm will do that
special feature on laura nyro that claire so
wonderfully talked about but we couldnt get...

i look forward to it :)

here's the write up, albeit short:
"the special features music of nyro, who died
april 8, as well as reflections from roseanne
cash, peter yarrow, suzanne vega. it will also
include an interview with nyro recorded early
in her career."

c'y'all (ok i had to try it!!)
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hey everyone,

just wondering if anyone has heard anything about kristen hall these
days.  someone on the list months and months ago thought that she would
be coming out with a new cd soon but so far nothing.  is she back on
daemon again...hidden water??  it's been three years since her last
album and i'm really starting to jones for some new kristen music!

anyone??

dave

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from:         sara lynn <clywoman@aol.com>
subject:      atlanta pride

hi all. . . .
does anyone know who is playing at atlanta pride?  or what weekend it is?  i
would appreciate any and all information possible. . . .thanks!!

sara lynn

"and it's alright if we feel afraid my plans in pieces my plans mislaid it's
the will of the way will of the way will of the only way that could have
brought me here today and it's alright"
     e  m  i  l  y      s  a  l  i  e   r  s

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date:         thu, 19 jun 1997 10:32:55 -0700
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        yeah!!!  everything audrey said!!!!!!!!!!! :)  oh, plus emily is
*also* an extremely talented musician who delights our ears! :o
        let's help make her birthday extra-special by making a large ig list
donation to the billings house.
        i already sent my donation to:

>deb reiser
>3166 north 89th street
>milwaukee, wi 53222
>
>and wrote a message to emily for the card, including my email addy and
>sent that to mandi martin,  mandi96@airmail.net

        *testimonial*  on april 10, 1997, when mandi and i presented amy
with the great hte list donation for her birthday, *emily* was just as or
even more excited about the gift as amy was :o  let's make them both happy
again next month with a great donation to the billings house in atlanta.
        it will make you feel better to have made a worthwhile contribution
towards easing the suffering of our fellow human beings, while saluting
emily saliers for her extraordinary work at the same time! :)

        remember, a+e=ig so let's show emily how much she means to us as
part of that equation!!

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 saliers      s
o

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date:         thu, 19 jun 1997 14:09:56 -0400
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found this in our local free paper...

from the valley advocate news and arts weekly june 19-25
(reprinted without permission)

'accessibly indigo'
indigo girls shaming of the sun (epic)
biting into  a new indigo girls release and not finding the sweet, creamy
vocal harmonies inside would be the folk-rock world's version of
sacrelige.  that's a given.  not such a surety are the melodies that amy
and emily wrap around those golden voices.  in the case of shaming of the
sun, these song-writing georgia peaches unveil a crisp, rocking side that
offers a nice contrast to their angelic harmonies and solid footing for
their biting political lyricism.  the dark, acoustic pound of 'shed your
skin is a tough, gut-wrenching moment, as is the concrete foundation of
'scooter boys'.  and when the duo aren't flooding their melodies with
gritty undercurrents, they balance the aggression with tasty
embellishments such as the flamenco-esque guitar that highlights
'everything in its own time'.  of course, shaming of the sun does have its
share of sing--a-long shuffles ('shame on you' and 'its alright') and
patented balladry like 'get out the map' and 'hey kind friend'.  with
those familiar styles expressed alongside their newly explored direction,
shaming of the sun, like past outings, still offers a healthy dose of the
indigo girls' most endearing trait: accessibility.
3 1/2 stars               -j. doug gill


happy day to everyone,
jennie

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date:         thu, 19 jun 1997 14:45:00 -0500
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subject:      re: nigc-kristen hall

you can order kristen hall's new tape from daemon- called thumprints.  it's
pretty good.  i really enjoy her music too!
i embarrassed to say that daemon's address escapes at the moment. can anyone
help??

dig the underground!!!!!!
peace,
kris

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i sent this to the ig newsgroup (alt.music.indigo-girls), in response to
someone asking for seattle show tickets, and thought i should probably send
it to the list as well.

>try contacting one reel productions (206) 622-5123.  i just talked with
>someone there and they are sold out for the saturday show, but there is a
>possibility that there are still tickets left for friday and sunday (they
>haven't quite finished processing their mail-orders yet, so maybe by
>tomorrow they will know how many tickets are left, and these will be
>available at the box office.


...........................................
i want to be the girl with the most cake.
                    -courtney love
...........................................

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date:         thu, 19 jun 1997 15:21:58 -0500
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since the other two parts of this project have written today, i guess
it's my turn.  i'm impressed with how much we've raised so far, $675,
let's keep it going!!!!

this project has been a total flashback for me.  about six years ago my
family got a call one night saying that my dad's best friend (who i
considered my uncle) was in the intensive care unit of the hospital.  i
was confused as to why, he had never been sick before.  we went to visit
him in the hospital and i brought him a little stuffed toy that said
"don't worry, be happy".  a week later he was out of the icu and was
able to walk around.  shortly after that, his condition got worse and he
was back in the icu.  this time when we went to visit him i didn't
recognize him.  he was incredibly thin and had wires all over him.  he
couldn't talk to us because it was too hard for him.  the room was
completely bare except for all the machines hooked up to him and the
little toy that i had given to him.  the nurses had taken away
everything else.  all the get-well flowers and gifts had been taken
away, but he wouldn't let them take away my gift to him.  the visit to
him was hard for all of us.  when we left we all walked away in
silence.  whem we got to the car my dad burst out in tears, the only
time i've ever seen him cry.  we sat there for twenty minutes, my
parents weren't able to drive.  the next day my parents called me into
the living room and told me that he had died in his sleep that night.  i
found out a few years later that he had died from aids.  the whole time
that he was in the hospital it was obvious that he wanted to go home to
his friends and family to die in peace, but his family couldn't afford
it.

<fast forward six years>
after being inspired numerous times by the indigo girls, i decided to do
something to thank them for their music and their message.  thus, the
birthday project was born.  it's probably impossible to ever give as
much to amy and emily as their music has given to us, but it's worth a
shot.  this gift is a token of love and appreciation to emily to thank
her for all she's done for all of us.  you know what i'm talking about.

to thank emily for all that she has done for us, we have decided to
donate to the billings house, an aids hospice in atlanta, in honor of
her birthday (july 22nd).  i wish that the billings house had been
around when my dad's friend needed it.  this is not only for emily, but
for the people who need it.  the people who are suffering daily from
aids, for their family, for their friends.

deb, audrey, and i have set up this present so that it is incredibly
easy for everybody to join in.  this gift is from all of us, we need
your help to make it.  if we all chipped in $5 (the cost of about two
blanks), just think of how much we can raise!!!  we raised $2500 for
amy's birthday and we can do it again!

to be a part of this, just send a check or money order made out to the
billings house (cash is also accepted) to:

deb reiser
3166 north 89th street
milwaukee, wi 53222

i'm collecting the foreign currency for this, so if you will be sending
foreign currency, please contact me at mandi96@airmail.net and i will
let you know the set-up.

i am also making a list of the people who donated.  the list will be
given to emily with the gift.  to be on the list, write me at
mandi96@airmail.net and include your name, email address, and your
message to emily.

we are also getting a tangible gift for emily, something that she can
keep that is from us.  we haven't decided exactly what to get her yet,
if you have any suggestions please let us know!!!!  there is a seperate
collection for this part of the gift.  to contribte to the fund, please
send your contribution to:

mandi martin
2629 brennan ct.
plano, tx 75075

deb and i are keeping records of all the money we recieve.

if you have any questions, feel free to ask me at mandi96@airmail.net

so, it's up to you now.

happy birthday emily . . .

peace,
mandi

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date:         thu, 19 jun 1997 16:15:38 -0600
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hey, i just talked talked to my girlfriend (who is out of town) and she had
the best dream last night.  she met a&e at a concert that wasn't really a
concert, because they were just hanging out and having fun with the
audience, and they were giving stuff out.  my honey ended up with an orange
stuffed animal.  she ended up talking to them for awhile onstage while they
were singing in a big recital hall.  there was more to it, but it was
pretty random stuff that i'd hate to get wrong since it's not really my
story.  anyway, i thought i'd share.

indigo smiles,
amy

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first of all, has anyone ever heard of kaia?  my friend just lent me her cd
b/c she saw her perform at wesleyan, & she is so cool!  she has this one
amazing song called "16" that i can't stop listening to!  on the back, it
says, "finally a dyke album for the whole family!" :) anyway, if you ever
have a chance to see her anywhere, i recommend it.

and for igc, i went back to my high school (glen rock high school, in glen
rock, nj) today & got a copy of _mobius_, the art & literary magazine.  one
poem stuck out, reprinted w/o permission, of course...

indigo girls

amy and emily come to me
when i need their help
amy and emily can make me cry
amy and emily speak to me in soothing voices
that repair my sometimes broken heart

amy and emily speak to me of love
amy and emily speak to me of death
amy tells me fairytales like romeo and juliet
emily sings to me of past loves

i've never met amy or emily
but somehow i know
they're always there...

by brett goodman
grade 10

i thought it was cute.  last year, i sang ctf w/ some friends at this
chorus awards thing, & brett played guitar for us.
:)
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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date:         fri, 20 jun 1997 08:57:12 +1000
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this review was in the sydney morning herald this morning........at
least they're getting some publicity over here..................methinks
she may not have listened to the whole cd though........................


reprinted w/o permission etc etc.

"everybody knows the indigo girls write only two songs, emily's (the
poppy one) and amy's (the less poppy one).  when first you spin shaming
of the sun, there's that feeling of an old friend picking you up with a
toe-tapping beat and the suprises of banjo, bazouki and steve earle in
an amy song.  there, in shame on you, are those right-side-of-the-fence
politics of the now fashionably out lebian duo, taking on the ludicrous
border patrols of the once-were-immigrants.

the shoulders keep swaying with emily's latest hit, the road song get
out the map, a worthy if much more country heir to the mantle of swamp
ophelia's classic weekend drive tune, power of two.  but its refrain -
"i'm gonna love you good and strong/while our love is good and young" -
rather makes the point that has to be made at this stage of the indigo
girls affair:  once the love for their always -on harmonies isn't young,
does it need a shake up?

here the girls give you the comfort that some things never change.  you
can get it's alright and you feel good, and for me that's enough in a
musical friend.  but this makes you yearn for a bit on the side too."

lauren martin.

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date:         thu, 19 jun 1997 19:39:36 -0500
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from:         "kim b." <flamingjune@juno.com>
subject:      re: nigc:  kristen hall

kristen is on daemon again...she does has a new album...thumbprint...you
can order it from the daemon web site, but as far as i know, it's only
available on cassette.  an official kristen hall web page is also in the
works...it may already be up...who knows?  that's all i know for now.
i'll let y'all know when i find out more about the web site...i'll have
to call my friend for more info...though there is a non-official web site
for kristen....not sure of the address right off hand, but you should be
able to do a seach and find it.
flamingjune


on thu, 19 jun 1997 10:14:30 -0600 david ecoff
<ecoff@colorado.cirrus.com> writes:
>hey everyone,
>
>just wondering if anyone has heard anything about kristen hall these
>days.  someone on the list months and months ago thought that she
>would
>be coming out with a new cd soon but so far nothing.  is she back on
>daemon again...hidden water??  it's been three years since her last
>album and i'm really starting to jones for some new kristen music!
>
>anyone??
>
>dave
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>just wondering if anyone has heard anything about kristen hall these
>days.  someone on the list months and months ago thought that she would
>be coming out with a new cd soon but so far nothing.

kristen's new cd is called "thumbprint" and it's on amy's daemon label.  i
called rdr a week or two ago and was told that it had been sent back to be
re-mastered and was not yet available - also when it is available it may
only be on cassette, not cd :(  you can read more about it on the daemon
record site: http://m2.monsterbit.com/daemon/

amy

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amy m. grooters, dvm, dacvim            "baby i said, it's all in our hands
grooters_a@vt8200.dnet.lsu.edu                      got to learn to respect
louisiana state university                        what we don't understand"
                                                                  - amy ray

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andi wrote:
>
> first of all, has anyone ever heard of kaia?

     yes! you're quite right!  kaia is amazing! :)  actually, i prefer
her with her former band team dresch, as it's a bit harder than her solo
effort. let's see... i suppose all you list folk out there who like ejs
and vld would really appreciate team dresch!  kaia, at times, sounds
like cooper seay... hmm, a sampling of lyrics?

    (from "i'm illegal") "i have this vivid memory of being in a boat
with a friend, i was 11, and i said girls can't get married to each
other. i remember thinking how fucked up that was..."

    (from "remember who you are") "but then i just want a public place
where girls can meet each others stares.  sometimes that's what it takes
to know you're alive, to feel yourself burning just from some girl's
stare."

    to check out more on team dresch and maybe hear some sounds go to:

    http://www.chainsaw.com/

   enjoy!

    see ya,
    twink!  (bridget)

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

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it's me again y'all! ;-)

   um, i was going thru my bookmarks & went back to a spot called
mediaeater... which is a video feed.  (so what, you're thinking?)
well, i went back to that url and who is the first artist listed with a
video (by the way, i think you can download them... pretty cool, huh?)?
ani difranco!  plus they've got other great stuff!  :)

   so i wanted to get this info out there & share! :)

   check it out folks!

   http://www.mediaeater.com/musicvideo/clips_alternative.html

   have fun!

    see ya,
    twink!  (bridget)

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

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so, actually... how long does it take for a post sent to show-up
on the list?  i posted some stuff earlier and... well, where is
it?  does a person actually look over every single post before it
goes thru, or what?  just wondering!

  see ya,
    twink!  (bridget)

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

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subject:      soy airplay

soy is sure getting lots of airplay in the boston/southern nh area.  i drove
home from a meeting tonight and did my usual channel surfing (the word scan
has long been rubbed off the scan button in my car because i use it so much).
in a half-hour period (9:44 - 10:15 pm), i heard soy *four* times!  two were
on my favorite boston stations (wbos and the river), but the other two were
on top 40 type stations.  the last one was the funniest: they played indigo
girls immediately followed by the spice girls!  who knew that soy could flow
so seamlessly into "tell me what you want" (not!)?  the incongruity made me
laugh.

i also hear soy almost every morning around 8:25 when i'm driving my son to
preschool, and almost always at 1:55 when i'm going back to pick him up.
it's like the station has it programmed into the same slot every day ...
which i'm not complaining about ... but i'm ready for the next single now.
what's the scoop -- get out the map or it's alright?

heidi
portsmouth nh

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hi y'all!

in my home page (even in construction) you will see video-clips of k's
choice, from "the great subconscious club" cd: "i smoke a lot" & "me
happy".
the url for my personal home page is:

        http://www.geocities.com/sunsetstrip/club/5480


peace and more more ... more ig music.


monica
<msoutto@geocities.com>

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and smash my brand new tv              |       <maror@teleco.upv.es>
to help me look for                    |monica a. soutto
a little piece of paradise in me"      |       <msoutto@geocities.com>
        k's choice-'paradise in me'     |universitat politecnica de valencia
          valencia (...still spain but not for too long ) europe
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hi,

listserv delivered:

* germany:
joerg.plate@arbi.informatik.uni-oldenburg.de (no name)
emrich@computeam.de                      klaus emrich
georg.petersen@kiel.netsurf.de           georg petersen
engelha@zfn.uni-bremen.de                maike englehardt

and then there is: kathrinsiegmund@compuserve.com

anybody else ??

a listie from taiwan is attending bremen university in august.

how about getting together ?

georg

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at 09:00 pm 6/18/97 -0400, kevin minoli wrote:
>looks like a great weekend.  i am a little confused about the violent femmes
>though -- but they do put on a great show.

they're easily as "folk" as ani is!  i'm so bummed that ig won't be
there...  enjoy rosanne cash though, she's outstanding.

||||||||||

at 11:21 pm 6/18/97 -0400, j tigger kickliter wrote:
>so i guess that's all.  post, people!!!!!  before i am forced to post my boot
>list just to get some mail!!!!!!!!!!  <wink>

well, i hope that people won't be posting just for the sake of posting...
i've been enjoying the quality of the list of late, and if it returns to
mostly nigc and "misheard lyrics" and "indigo dreams" and "first time i
heard ig," i'll be fading back into the woodwork and mass deleting again.
but i would love to know why we aren't receiving any new concert reviews...
i *know* y'all are goin' to these shows, so get those fingers typin'!

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subject:      seattle tickets 4sale

i'm posting again regarding my seattle tickets for july 12 & 13th @ $25 or
best-offer. interested parties please reply to: deng@vnet.ibm.com

i can't get access to the ig newsgroup, so if someone could post this info
on my behalf, i'd appreciate it. thanks!

denise

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i sent this the other day, but the list was all screwed up and i wasn't
sure it made it to everyone.  so here it is again.

linda
---------------------- forwarded by linda m. mcdaniel/austin/the_fund on
06/20/97 08:59 am ---------------------------


linda m. mcdaniel
06/18/97 08:39 am

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subject:  good tickets @ woodlands  (document link not converted)

hey, anyone interested in really good seats at the woodlands?  right
section- row d, seats 5 thru 9.  that is the section behind the pit.  the
tickets are $31 + $5.50 in ugly service charges per ticket.  i am selling
them for karen robinson, who is out of town until she  & gail from scotland
- start a 5 night indigo marathon starting in new orleans and ending in
dallas.  e-mail me privately and let me know.  we can set up a place in
houston to meet.

linda

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slight change in my previous notice:

** whatever i sell these tickets for, i will donate to em's b-day gift **


tx, de

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hi there...

can anyone help me?  i have  tix to the red rocks show on the 17th, but i'm
a little confused.  on a map, it looks like morrison is just outside of
denver, but my friend who is going wioth me says it's about an hour away.
can any of you colorado friends help me out?  also, what is transporetation
like (to and from red rocks), and does anyone know of cheap but decnt
hotels?  thanks in advance...
stephen

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hey y'all!

this will be just a small waste of bandwidth, but anyone hwo wants info on
the national org. for women conference mail me privately and i will
forward the stuff to you.

also, is anyone out there from athens ga?  if ya are, could you mail me?
my boyfriend and i are thinking of moving there and i have some questions.

thanks!
peace, love and ig-
karrie

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hi,
everyone who was supposed to get a tape from me should now have it in
their possession. if you didn't get yours, please e-mail me privately.
now i am just holding my breath to hear all the reviews.;-)
take care,
suzanne
http://www.geocities.com/~suzanneglass

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okay which listees are going to the womans concert in michigan in august
teh girls are suppose to be there

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subject:      ig promo video update

to all of you that sent me blank tapes for the ig promo yearbook,
letterman, rosie and have not yet received them back:   you will be
getting them back soon....i promise!!  the problem is that my friend
who is dubbing them at work (shhhh...it's a secret!!) was not able to
start on them when she told me she could....looks like she had no
idea that there would be a major computer changeover...and that she
would be involved...(incredibly bad timing!!!!!!).....so she has had
only limited time to work on the dubs (her boss was working with her
on this changeover).........she wants me to convey to you that she
"is very sorry and apologizes wholeheartedly for the delay!!!",,  but
never fear.......you will get them back soon....i will e-mail you
when i put your copy in the mail, so you will know when to expect it!.
...we received over 60 tapes, so it will still be a few weeks before
all are out. thanks for your patience!!

forever indigo, and forever sorry for the delay
cathy

"...and for everything i learn there are two i don't understand..."
e. saliers

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> i embarrassed to say that daemon's address escapes at the moment. can
anyone
> help??
>
the addy i have is

        demon records
            po box 1207
            atlanta, ga   30031

talk to y'all later :-)

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i was listening to wfuv(90.7)- for any of you in the new york city area. it's
the fordham university station, and it plays a lot of folky stuff(ani, dar,
ig, plus many more). imho, the best station inf nyc. and wednesday night,
they announced that they were about to play the new song from the indigo
girls. i assumed we would hear soy, but alas, the familiar sounds of gotm
came out of my stereo, much to my happiness. is this the new single to hit
all the radio stations, or is fuv just the bomb?

sari

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on fri, 20 jun 1997, mark anthony donajkowski wrote:

> okay which listees are going to the womans concert in michigan in august
> teh girls are suppose to be there

where did this info come from?  as far as i know, they are not listed in
the mailing, nor on the website.  can anyone confirm this?  --and isn't it
right in the middle of their lilith dates?

although i would love for them to be there, i fear this is not true.

sarah
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hi fellow fans-
i recently got up the nerve to introduce myself to the list and think i have
now gotten up the nerve to make a "real" post.
i wanted to share with all of you how the ig have bettered my spirituality and
that of others.  i've been working on emmaus weekends (catholic retreats that
stress togetherness and spirituality) for a number of years now.  i am very
often on the music team for these.  since this team is made up of mostly
singers and guitar-players, we do a lot of folk-type songs includin several of
the ig's own.  i love their music and think that when we play their songs on
these weekends it allows for wonderful meditation and thought.  after watching
your postings, i gather that many of you agree with me quite strongly on this.

thank you for "listening"
have a great day!
-hope

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hello, all, sorry about the nigc, but i was wondering if anyone could tell
me about any savannah, ga pride events that might be going on.  somebody
once told me that there were some small pride events there, so i'd like to
know if its true, and when they are, etc.
thanks in advance!
amy c.

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in a message dated 97-06-20 01:57:21 edt, twinkles writes:

<< i suppose all you list folk out there who like ejs
and vld would really appreciate team dresch!  kaia, at times, sounds
like cooper seay... hmm, a sampling of lyrics? >>

team dresch kicks ass on vld ;)

arrrrghhhh !!!!!!!
heh, heh !!!
actually, i just not hot on cooper seay's voice, but i love td !!!!!
(but then, i've never sen vld live, and i hear that's the secret:)
i haven't heard the kaia solo stuff but i prefer her full throated-
paint stripping yell to cs's more strangled sound.
and although i don't want to be accused of jumping on the
sleater kinney band wagon ( i've been buying their cd's since the first one)
you gotta love those girls !!!!!!! ( like em better than rock*a*teen's>who
has that 'strangled' vocal technique too<.......been
tryin' to get into that but just can't (except for 'i'm your puppet")
....maybe it's the difference between the southern sound and
the pacific northwest sound.
hell, i don't know.
toodles !
claire
"oh my feet, to the sound of my heartbeat...."
laura nyro

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hi friends,

sorry for the virtual nigc, but...ms. mandi martin...i have lost your
email address. i want to send you email. !! :) (you still rock the
drapes)

as for my minimal igc, i got a cool sots promo poster for free last
night because i was gazing at it in borders.....cool cool cool!


love


lariss

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hey i love this list and all the members of it!!!

i especially want to thank gwen for doing an outstanding job on this
boot!...wow!...not only was it quick but she even made a homemade cover
and stickers for it!!!!...i mean, it looks good, girl!....

well, i'll go back to just reading the posts now....thanks again y'all
for doing these boots...@=d take care..jen

~~~activism~~~~~equality~~~~~~peace~~~~
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mark anthony donajkowski wrote:
>
> okay which listees are going to the womans concert in michigan in august
> teh girls are suppose to be there
>
if you're talking about the michigan womyn's music festival--not you, thank the
goddess.

obusefulinformation: i doubt it, since i've been told that the ig have
previously refused to play venues (such as the michigan womyn's music festival)
that were open only to women.
kirsten


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subject:      ((nigc)) melissa ferrick chords?

ok, i can play i am not, and gotta go now, but i was wondering if anyone
out there had the chords to willing to wait. (the song, not the entire
album)

i've looked through olga, but this incredible goddess is not on there
much. i've been searching for almost a year to no avail. can anyone help
me out?

-liz-

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i have 4 general admission tickets for friday night's show at the backyard.
$29.50 each.  let me know if anyone is interested.

linda

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i'm going, but i seriously doubt the girls are going to be there.  i
read somewhere, i think it was here, actually, that they have been
invited several times, but they don't perform at places that don't allow
mixed audiences.

you may be thinking of ulali.  they are performing at michigan this
year.  as well as dar williams and the murmurs!  whoohoo!

kim paulus
content & design        mercury productions, inc.
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http://www.mpinc.com    352.380.9322 x 280

> -----original message-----
> from: mark anthony donajkowski [smtp:madonajk@alpha.delta.edu]
> sent: friday, june 20, 1997 1:54 pm
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>
> okay which listees are going to the womans concert in michigan in
> august
> teh girls are suppose to be there
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this does work ive gone there and seen the sites myself so i thought id
pass it on to you to help you all out


here's the sites you requested!

                get rid of the unwanted e-mail!!!


"internet spam control center"

http://drsvcs.com/nospam/

      -or-

"no junk e-mail"

http://pages.ripco.com:8080/~glr/nojunk.html

good luck in all your endeavors

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subject:      malone...michelle malone...<heh>

i just got a post card "from michelle malone"...has some interesting
little tidbits so i'm gonna let you all see it...ready? are you
excited? very excited? are you ready? okay..here it is:


hey, on july 15th, "beneath the devil moon, my long-awaited solo
record on velvel records will be in stores.  check out some of the
tunes now, call the hotline 1-888-get-music, artist code 0781.  it's
gonna get lonely out there, touring without a band, so come out and
keep me company.

i hit the ground running in late june:

6/20 sisters                          portland, me 207-773-7940
6/21 portland pride               portland, me
6/22 ny pride- bryant park    ny, ny 212-533-3000
6/23 fez                              ny, ny
6/26 summerfest                   milwaukee, wi
6/27 shuba's                        chicago, il  312-525-2508
6/28 my sister's room           atlanta, ga 404-875-6699
6/29 atlanta pride, ga

west coast dates with the indigo girls in july
performing at sarah mclachlan's lilith fair, august 6-10

* i called the hotline..it's very cool..let's you listen to fairly
long clips of every song on the album...
i urge everybody to check mm out..she's incredible.

gwen

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hello,,

i am currently writing a book on amy ray and have been gathering research to
make it as long as i can..i have written and published before but this is my
first time writing something in this area. i am looking for any other
resources people may have to help me to accomplish this goal..this may
include leads to interview people.. i appreciate your help..thanks again
melissa
youngfemme
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>date:  fri, 20 jun 1997
>from: yougfemme@aol.com

>i am currently writing a book on amy ray and have been gathering
>research to make it as long as i can..

eek. anyone else besides me who thinks this might not be such a great
idea?

-liz-

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>all this talk about red letter day makes me wanna post about the "other" cool
>band from the dc/maryland area  -- namely commonbond !!!!!
>
>commonbond is outta dc and has been around for about 4 years now - two girls
>two guitars !!!! marybeth & ashland tour up and down the east coast all year
>round - from nyc to georgia/florida !!!! they have two cd's out now - super
>elastic acoustic plastic and colors of life - live from the birchmere ....
>and they just recorded their 3rd cd live on june 5th - also from the
>birchmere - along with a full back-up band (including red letter day's own
>a.j. on sax & backup vocals !)
>
>they've also opened up for disappear fear and have played the march on
>washington !!!
>
>they have a web site - i don't have the address with me now, but i'll e-mail
>to anyone interested !! or e-mail me with any questions about them - tour
>dates, etc. !!!!
>
>support local bands !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
>
>chris

hey chris-

can you give me some info on how to get the cds?  i'm interested!!

thanks-rob
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at 09:01 pm 6/18/97 -0400, don richards wrote:
>thanks to all that responded to my query. i have ordered both of their
>albums, "live from the globe" and "four bowls of colour". i see by their
>website that they will be at atlanta pride on the 29th, ... maybe
>someone can give a review.
>
>--
>                                dr

hey don:

can you give me info on how to get those cds?  they sound good!  btw, i got
the video...thanks!!  i'll be sending your tapes as soon as they come!

bye! rob
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***daemon records broadcasts***

daemon and monsterbit is gearing up for a series of recorded broadcasts
in the months of june and july.  featuring rock*a*teens, danielle howle
and the tantrums, lift, belloluna, and reversing hour.  most are from
our showcase in nashville at extravaganza with the exception of lift
which was recorded live at a local radio station in atlanta. all are
incredible and you can't get it anywhere else but here.

each show begins at 3:00 est. until 5:00.  just tune in to the daemon page
and enjoy.

june 20    rock*a*teens
june 27    danielle howle and the tantrums
july 11    lift
july 18    belloluna
july 25    reversing hour


***new danielle and the tantrums release***

danielle, the tantrums and producer david leonard (prince's 1999 and indigo
girls)just finished studio work on the tantrums upcoming release on daemon.
a late night phone message from danielle hinted that she was elated with
the results.  we can't wait to hear it!  look for the release in october.


***special of the month***

michelle malone and band de soleil...like a possessed bonnie raitt fronting
cream, singer/guitarist michelle malone leads the band through 12
blistering songs of pure rock "n "roll heart.  michelle is currently
touring to promote her upcoming release  beneath the devil moon on velvel
records.  check out our tour page because if she is coming to your town you
don't want to miss her!

cd -             $ 10.00
cassette-        $  5.00
7 inch-          $  2.50


***order problems***

we had a few internet problems over the last few weeks which have caused
our web orders a little delay.  if you have placed an order via the web
since the beginning of june and have not received it, never fear it's on
its way.  we
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that's it from the office.  don't forget to support your local music.

the daemon staff

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hi there.  i have 3 extra tickets to the ig concert at berkeley's greek
theater on sunday, july 6.  the tickets are in section a, row 5.  it's the
section furthest to the side on emily's side of the stage.  i have no idea
what the view from there is like the tickets are $35 each.

if anyone's interested, please email me personally (i'm not on the list).

thanks.

bonnie ricca
bricca@knowmed.com

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howdy all,

i guess this isn't directly ig related ;) but i just had to share:  i
finished first year of med school today with my neuro final...  (yeah, it
does get a _little_ more relevant than that...)  a couple guys in my class
had their guitars/amps/etc out to be the musical entertainment at the
class champagne-toast-party-thing afterwards, and guess what was the 2nd
song they played!!!!  hammer and a nail!  i couldn't believe it, not only
my favorite band, but one of my favorite songs too! these guys were really
good actually, so it was a real treat to hear.  got me smiling again even
though i probably failed the exam :)

later all,
debbie

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hey grrrl,
thank you sooo much for that boot. i wasn't expecting it and you made my
day!!
( i thought maybe you forgot or something ) anyway, i have a boot from the
newport folk festival if you want a copy i will send it to you in return for
the one you sent me. ( and ya know i think i can hear our big mouths
screaming on your tape !! )
thanks again...
-kim

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hi everyone.
my mother is working on the washington dc-area "evening of chocolate,"
which is a big fundraiser for naral where everyone sits around and eat
slots of chocolate stuff, and then they have a silent auction of donated
stuff and the proceeds go to naral. my mom's job is to write the little
blurbs about the items that are up for auction. so she has a copy of the
brochure from the auction for the colorado naral, i'm not sure from how
long ago, and one of the items they had was:

autographed "swamp ophelia" tour shirt
donated by indigo girls

first of all, i thought this was really cool. second of all, my mom <who
is also a fan> would love to get a and e to do this again. does anyone
know or have any ideas how that might be done? it would be awesome, and
it's for a great cause. thanks for any help....

peace,
amy

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hello everybody out there in ig-land.  yeah, i'm new....  my name is angela
sasser (i've already written once before but just to make sure about
something) and i live in kentucky, london to be exact.  and i'm going to say
some things about myself now.
i am seventeen and (almost) a senior in high school.  i have figured out
that i have been through things in my three years of high school that it
takes most people twenty years to get through.
i love the indigo girls.  i am an emily person but i do love amy a lot.  my
friend seems to think amy leads to most of the problems i have with my
christianity (but i am right now at the point where i don't care) so maybe
it's a good thing i'm an emily person.  my friend used to be on this list so
i won't mention her name (ok, it's anita, but i won't mention her last name)
and she has taken my sots cd from me because she thinks it's bad for me.
the secret is she listens to it herself.  she just didn't want to buy it.
that made me angry.  it seems that if i want to plung into the bottomless
pit of sin than that should be my decision.  not saying that amy ray is the
bottomless pit or anything but right now she represents that to anita.
wow, i don't know why i'm revealing my soul to people i don't even know.
but i guess you guys know me now ;).
i'm just mad and i need to let the world know that.
hey, this is the best introduction i've ever made.
so hi everybody.
i hope everyone likes me so far.
(wow, i'm begining to sound like the bottomless pit of emotional need...)

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subject:      nigc: commonbond again

here's the website address for anyone looking to see/hear more ...

theres a couple of pictures and some sound wavs !!!!!

http://www.intercom.net/local/music/comnbond/comnbond.html

support local bands !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

chris

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if anyones going to this could u please boot the murmurs performance for
me since i cannot attend cause im male

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subject:      re: womans concert
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gee nothing like a personal flame specially when none was said to you

on fri, 20 jun 1997, kirsten chevalier wrote:

> mark anthony donajkowski wrote:
> >
> > okay which listees are going to the womans concert in michigan in august
> > teh girls are suppose to be there
> >
> if you're talking about the michigan womyn's music festival--not you, thank the
> goddess.
>
> obusefulinformation: i doubt it, since i've been told that the ig have
> previously refused to play venues (such as the michigan womyn's music festival)
> that were open only to women.
> kirsten
>
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subject:      lift--new orleans and texas ig shows

okay, so i just want to say how jealous i am of all of you who are going to
get to see not only the indigo girls, but lift, too, in the next week...

for those of you who are somehow not yet familiar with lift, and are going to
see the indigo girls in new orleans and texas, you are in for a treat!  they
are wonderful!  a bunch of very small people they are...  and they are
wonderful!  so, anyway, that's my plug for lift.  check them out!   hey, and
i'd be most interested in what ya'll think of them...

enjoy seeing lift and the indigo girls, everyone!  i'm envious...
court

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send,  send, send...

tis i, said the fly
seona

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did anyone happen to sneak in a recorder and make a boot of the ig's
performance at kettering june 13?  if anyone out there has, i would be
greatful for it.  i am willing to trade a small poster for it.  it looks
like the album sots.  please e-mail me privately.  i want to surprise my
friend with it.  we both shared the experience together, and i want to give
it to her before she goes off to college again so she can remmeber me when
she hears it. thanks.......
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last year at this time i sat at this very keyboard and pleaded, begged
and even tried to shame you all into sponsoring me in an aids bike
ride...it was at this very time of year that you all were posting about
how you were flying driving and hitching cross country to see 3, 4 or as
many as 10 shows on the pre-sots tour yet at the same time we heard
about starving college students who had no money....i tried every tactic
in the book to get you to open up your pocketbooks and help and yet only
a handful on this list did..i managed to raise over $6000 anyway but it
left a bad feeling in my mind to know where our priorities really are..
guess what folks..the same thing is happening again,,the posts of folks
going to three shows, 3 nights in a row...those tix don't come
cheap...yet deb tells us shes only raised $675 dollars so far in emilys
name for billings house..please don't let this happen again please don't
send the message that we are only interested in our own satisfaction and
our own good times!!!. i'm not asking you to skip a show.( well, if
truth be told..i am...how many do you have to see when people are dying
alone???).but how about ya skip a beer or 2 and send that money to
billings..don't buy the bumbersticker at the show (you can always order
them later) send that money to billings....we all preach a mighty
message about how learned we are and compationate we are and how caring
we are and yet we can only manage $675...something is wrong here folks..
the girls are only playing at one show near me and its a lilith fair
show..and i've never seen them live but i'm not going..instead i'm
sending the $100 i would have spend on tix to billings ( and no..i'm not
tooting my own horn..just puttin my money where my mouth is..i'd never
ask anyone to do what i wouldn't do myself)..i've held the hand and
looked into the eyes of two very dear friends and watched them slip away
from this monster called aids..both had been abandoned by their families
of origin , they only had their families of the heart  at the
end...thats what billings is all about..dying with dignity with those
who love you..
one beer folks, one bumper sticker,,thats all i'm asking..
emily has brought me thru some mighty rough times in my life..its time
to say thanks
pooh

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sorry for the nigc i do this way too much---but tony, that kcmo from 89
boot is incredible.  i got it in the mail today and i couldn't thank you
more.  it is my favorite already.  wow.  thanks so much.  one thing
though, the sheet of paper that comes with it, the list of songs omits
one.  crazy game is after center stage, of course i'm sure you know
this, but  i didn't know if that was your error or someone
elses--amazing though, thanks again, tricia

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hello all,

        well its official! my first ig concert will be in dallas
next sat., and i can't wait.  i thought i would go to one of the
austin shows but that drive is a lot longer for me.  anyway, what i
was wondering is if there is going to be a pre or post show list
gathering.  if so would someone please fill me in on it.  also, does
anyone know of any good local bands that are playing in any bars in
that area?

any input would be helpful, thanks,
cindy

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date:         sat, 21 jun 1997 02:16:16 -0400
reply-to:     ndygotiggr@aol.com
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         j tigger kickliter <ndygotiggr@aol.com>
subject:      fwd: manuscipt/book on amy ray progress/upsdate

in a message dated 97-06-20 21:54:25 edt, yougfemme@aol.com writes:

<< i am currently writing a book on amy ray and have been gathering research
to
  make it as long as i can..i have written and published before but this is
my
  first time writing something in this area. i am looking for any other
  resources people may have to help me to accomplish this goal..this may
  include leads to interview people.. i appreciate your help..thanks again
  melissa >>

i dont know if this is covered in the faq or the list rules, but can i just
say that i really feel like this kind of thing ought not to be on the list?
it is not approved by amy - melissa told me this herself - so should we
really participate in something like this?

there is more information on this that i really dont want to post, if anyone
wants to know the biggest reasons for my deepest concerns about this please
email me privately.  i can guarantee you, you will feel the same way i do.

peace, harmony & indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
emily:  we call ourselves amy ray.  we'll be here all night.
amy:  that's right.  amy ray.
emily: i'm amy, she's ray.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^


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subj:    re: manuscipt/book on amy ray progress/upsdate
date:    97-06-21 02:07:23 edt
from:    ndygotiggr
to:      lizard328

in a message dated 97-06-20 21:54:25 edt, yougfemme@aol.com writes:

<< i am currently writing a book on amy ray and have been gathering research
to
make it as long as i can..i have written and published before but this is my
first time writing something in this area. i am looking for any other
resources people may have to help me to accomplish this goal..this may
include leads to interview people.. i appreciate your help..thanks again
melissa >>

i dont know if this is covered in the faq or the list rules, but can i just
say that i really feel like this kind of thing ought not to be on the list?
it is not approved by amy - melissa told me this herself - so should we
really participate in something like this?

there is more information on this that i really dont want to post, if anyone
wants to know the biggest reasons for my deepest concerns about this please
email me privately.  i can guarantee you, you will feel the same way i do.

peace, harmony & indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
emily:  we call ourselves amy ray.  we'll be here all night.
amy:  that's right.  amy ray.
emily: i'm amy, she's ray.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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reply-to:     allison hastings <alhastings@mindspring.com>
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from:         allison hastings <alhastings@mindspring.com>
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hi,
     sorry to take up bandwidth, but joan morrison please email me!  my
computer died and i lost your email address!

thanks,
allison

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subject:      need tickets
x-cc:         bnewberry@juno.com

hey y'all,
i need to buy two tickets to either the indigo girls concert on the 9th of
july at champoe park oregon, or to either the friday or saturday shows at the
pier in seattle.  if you could help me out, i would be very appreciative.
you can e-mail me at either bnewberry1@juno.com or lormarkn@aol.com.

thanks,

brian

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reply-to:     joanie <joanie1@grove.ufl.edu>
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from:         joanie <joanie1@grove.ufl.edu>
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great post, pooh. it makes so much sense. emily's helped me through some
really troubling times, and i felt not only obligated, but honored to send a
check to the billings house for her birthday. i'm sure she's helped out many
of you out there as well, many of you who haven't sent anything yet. just
send five bucks if you can't spare anymore. five bucks isn't that much. lots
of us spend more than that trading tapes. certainly we can spare that much
or more for a worthy cause. not only will you be giving emily a gift she'll
probably always remember, but you'll be helping out people in need as well.
i think emily would be very impressed and pleased to see that we're not only
concerned, but that we're actually _doing_ something about it. that's what
her message has always been. be involved. don't sit around _saying_ you're
concerned without actually _showing_ your concern. emily has given us much
indeed. she's given us beautiful music and she's given us lyrics that tell
the stories of our lives. let's give her something meaningful. $675 is a
good start. let's see if we can't match what we gave to amy. btw, i think
amy will be really pleased as well. let's show emily that we care. let's
show her that we want to make a difference. let's show her what an example
she's been to all of us. let's give. let's love. let's go to bed. goodnight :)

jendy

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from:         jude shabry <jude@netris.org>
subject:      admin: looking for co-listowner!

hey kind friends..  the listmistress here..

as some of you may have noticed, i am currently swamped with things to
do.  i've been horribly slack with all sorts of things that i used to
have much more time for.  as such, i am looking for someone to help
with ig list administration.

the person should have the following qualities:

    o be known and trusted by the list community
    o have a working knowledge of listserv list administration
    o be able to receive insane amounts of bounced email messages
    o take care of things like removing people manually when
        they ask or when they bounce, which will help to cut down
        on the insane amounts of bounced email
    o be a generally cool person :)

if you are interested in this position, send your 'application' to me
and to the list, as i would like to see whether the list approves.  i
don't want to make this decision myself.

the most negotiable requirement above is the working knowledge of
listserv.  if you are computer saavy and willing to read manuals and
web pages, we can make it happen.. :)

thanks!

   -jude

jude shabry   jude@netris.org   http://www.netspace.org/~jude/
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reply-to:     "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
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subject:      my awesome oh/mi b-day ig road-trip (kinda long)

whoooooo-hooooooooo!!!!!  and whew!  got back from
my oh/mi b-day ig road-trip late monday morning and i'm still
recovering.  i road-tripped with fellow indigroupies
indigo kate (ny) and libby (in); we stayed with don (oh) (who got us
our oh tix for both blossom and fraze) and his family;
and cathy (mi) got us our pine knob tix.  a big thank you
to all of you!  you made my trip a once-in-a-lifetime experience
that i'll never forget.  you are all great people!  i had such a great
time!  i'm still on cloud nine!!!  also, i met many more great people
from the list....alycia, tamara, drew, joe, heather.....and i missed
several of you i wish i could have met.....maybe next time....there
will be a next time.  :)

anyone get a boot of the blossom, fraze, or pine knob shows?

sorry for waiting so long to post to the list about this, but i've been
so wiped out since my return......anyway, i have a lot to tell.  i'm not
going to post concert reviews or set lists, since everyone else has been
taking
care of this.  i'll just post some personal highlights......

blossom......
libby and/or kate may already have posted about this, but.....
we got to meet amy and em after the blossom show!  i was working
a security guard at the beginning of the show to let us backstage
without passes.  he said he couldn't guarantee anything, but that
we should come over to where the backstage pass people were to
meet after the show and wait it out/take our chances.  a big burly guy
in black wanted none of it though, and he sent us on our way.  well,
knowing that this might not work out, we talked to another person who
knew
blossom well to find out if there was a way to get to the tour bus area
without
too many people noticing.  we were told to go up the hill on the right
side of
the venue, walk back down the vip parking driveway, and voila! we'd be
there.
when we got there, we ran into a security guard who tried to send us on
our
way.  i made the excuse that i was looking for my keys (since it was not
unbelievable that my car would be parked there...we had vip stickers that

came with don's tix).  daryl and his gf kathy tried to walk backstage
from
the vip lot (actually tried to walk into the backstage door), and the
security
guard who stopped us walked off to stop daryl and kathy.  what daryl did
in essence was distract the security guard as we (libby, kate, and i)
found
a hideout behind a truck.  daryl knew he had a chance to get to the
backstage
area just by walking that way, so he tried it and decided that if he
couldn't
make it, at least we might be able to stick around in the vip lot.  so,
daryl
was walked out by the security guard, who looked back and no longer saw
us.  (daryl, thanks for your help and unselfishness!!!)  the guard forgot

about us and never returned again.  a few minutes later, about
six other fans joined us by sneaking their way down the hill.  then we
saw
about 6 other fans in their car in the parking lot.  all total, we had 15
fans
waiting around for a&e and there were no security guards in sight.  then,

people starting coming out of the backstage area (crew, ulali, sara lee,
band)....it
seemed like we waiting for an eternity for a&e.  i gave a crew member a
note to a&e requesting crazy game to be played at the next show, also my
b-day (the next day at fraze).  we waited...and waited...and
waited....saw
and congratulated ulali again, and congratulated sara lee for a great
show.
we stood around talking to the other fans. one girl (tiffany) had
a replica of ig album artwork and a&e
autographs above that on her leg.  it was quite huge and impressive.
tiff was excited to show amy her tat and we were excited to see amy's
reaction.
finally, when emily came out, we all cheered but waited patiently and
politely for her to walk up to us (we were between her and the bus).
then,
there she was, hugging us, shaking hands, signing autographs, smiling,
speaking softly, wow!!!!  i can't remember all the things that went
through
my mind.  i was awestruck, although very focused and aware of what was
happening.
i'm glad libby took my camera and got pics, because i certainly wouldn't
have
thought this far....  em went into the bus then and sara lee came out
soon
after.  she was great too - smiling, happy, friendly, very impressive.

when amy came out we bursted into even louder cheering.  she smiled as
she
walked up to us and was very gracious the whole time she signed
autographs,
gave hugs, shook hands.....tiff showed amy her tattoo, and amy was so
impressed
by the professional work that she looked at it and made very positive
comments for quite a
while.  now, i would've thought, oh you obsessed fan you, how could you
sprawl
that huge ig tat on your leg with replicas of our autographs?  but amy
seemed to
love it!  she smiled a heck of a lot!  as amy was getting ready to get
into the bus, i
stood just a few feet away from her and asked her face to face to please
play crazy
game at the next day's fraze show.  she said "i'll try to
remember....hold up a sign."
it was very positive and sounded like a promise if she could remember.
so, libby, kate, don's 8-year-old granddaughter deidre (great young
lady!!), and i
made two huge signs (crazy and game) during the morning of the fraze
show.

fraze.....
we had fourth row at fraze.  just some advice to sign makers....make your
signs
only as large as they need to be for a&e to see 'em easily enough.  our
signs were
too huge.  it took all six of us in our group to hold them up, and then
a&e couldn't even
see 'em well enough.  so, although we couldn't get crazy game played at
fraze, there
was one major highlight.....chris carr's singing on stage with a&e during
ctf!  now,
she was impressive!!!  not only does it take guts to even go up there,
but to sing
with that much conviction in front of all those people.....chris is my
heroine!!!  amy
and emily stopped singing to let chris continue solo.  you could tell
they were
very impressed.  their smiles were the biggest of the entire show then.
we got
some good pics, and one in particular we set aside to give to a&e the
next day
at pine knob.

pine knob.......
we had no idea who'd be opening.  we just saw ulali the last two nights
but were
told that the fraze show was ulali's last.  so, at pine knob we asked the
stage
security guard.  when he said "malone somebody", we screamed "michelle
malone!!" with enough intensity for the whole venue to hear us.  michelle
took the
stage without any pomp and circumstance.  in fact, we thought she just
came out
to talk to someone, so when she walked to our side of the stage, we
yelled out
for her so we could get her autograph on the cds we just bought.  she
told us to wait...
for good reason...she was just starting her set.  after she rocked the
house (which
unfortunately was very empty yet), she came down from the stage and
signed our
cds.  what a bonus!!!!!

we had nice seats again at pine knob (3rd row from the stage thanks to
the great
cathy!).  this time, we had a small sign saying "crazy game...   you
promised at
blossom".  i held it up after the first song and amy immediately
recognized and
acknowledged it with a nod of the head, a point to it, and a smile that
seemed to say
"oh yeah, right, i remember now....silly me."  a&e acknowledged us/smiled
at us
about 10 times throughout the night...our little smiles, waves, sign, and
flowers....
libby, kate, and i purchased flowers for a&e before the show and
attached the fraze concert photo to it with our signatures and
doodles.  a&e were flashing glances at our flowers (type kept a secret
since they
were really so perfect for the occasion, unless libby wants to tell you
or
has already told you what they are) like they really wanted them.
libby held onto them hoping that em would come to
our side of the stage to get them.  libby was also working for a pick
since fraze (with
the same recognizable sign) and figured that em might trade a pick for
the flowers.
the security at the stage didn't want to let libby go to the stage to
hand em the flowers
or even throw them up there.  libby persisted and finally got to stand at
the stage with
the flowers for the last couple of songs. (the security turned out to be
very nice about it
all, letting me take pics throughout the whole concert although pine knob
is known
for taking away cameras).  when the last song was finally played and we
didn't hear
crazy game yet, kate and i got up on our chairs, held the sign high and
yelled for amy.
amy looked over, smiled, and said to us "sorry.  i'll play that next
time."  we yelled "next time?!"
well, i was just so happy that we got that much acknowledgement,
especially with such
a huge venue.  it was awesome!!!  the next concert is june 23 (a
monday!!!) in no, la.
i know i won't make it there, so i'll have to hold up a sign at my aug. 8
and 9th lilith fairs.
i was just wondering if there'd be any chance to get them to do a
request, seeing that
their set is only 50 minutes each night.   i'm hoping that amy at least
recognizes
the sign.  i bet she will.  then hopefully i can get it signed.  it was
all a great adventure,
and the adventure continues!!!

everything that could've happened right did on this trip.  it was like
someone from
above was watching out for us and making everything run smoothly.  it was
really
a dream come true and even better than i expected.  now, i am suffering
from
withdrawal.  i miss everyone very much and hope (pray) that we'll be able
to meet
again and do a similar trip. (at least libby and i are heading to some
lilith fair
concerts together.  can't wait for that!!)

if you stuck it out to read this whole thing, thanks!  i hope i didn't
bore too many people.

lisa  :)
lschreihart@juno.com

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date:         sat, 21 jun 1997 00:46:21 -0500
reply-to:     "kim b." <flamingjune@juno.com>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         "kim b." <flamingjune@juno.com>

hey y'all,
just wanted to let everyone know that i have an interview disc called
shades of indigo...it's an interview of the girls by shawn colvin...it
also has some live songs and stuff on it.  i'll be willing to record it
for anyone if you send me a blank tape or in exchange for some bootlegs.
send me a private email and let me know.
kim
flamingjune@juno.com

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date:         sat, 21 jun 1997 08:43:26 edt
reply-to:     kirsten chevalier <kirsten@spike.wellesley.edu>
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from:         kirsten chevalier <kirsten@spike.wellesley.edu>
subject:      re: admin: looking for co-listowner!
x-to:         jude@netris.org
in-reply-to:  <19970621071444.15751.qmail@peace.netris.org>; from "jude shabry"
              at jun 21, 97 12:14 am

hey jude...i'm definitely interested in the position. i don't know anything
about listserv administration, but i have computer savvy and i'm willing to
learn. as for the other qualities, i can deal with conceptually infinite
amounts of email, i'm so cool that i could store a side of meat in me for a
month (but i wouldn't, 'cause i'm a vegetarian), and the list community
trusts me...i think. :-} anyway, let me know...
kirsten


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date:         sat, 21 jun 1997 09:12:48 -0400
reply-to:     sanawike1@aol.com
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from:         sanawike1@aol.com
subject:      "at least the room stopped spinning, anyway..." (nmigc)

hi there and hello to all of you out there in cyberland! =)
      jeez, louise!  everytime i hear the word "cyberland" now it makes me
want to moo a la maureen in "rent", a soundtrack to which i haven't stopped
listening for days, except for that moment of weakness when i had to throw in
"relentless" by none other than michelle malone & drag the river... =)
speaking of which, i hear there has been a lot of talk on the list lately
about her and where to get her stuff, etc, etc... look no further, my
compadres! =)  if'n you need anything, just let me know, and i'll be glad to
pick it up for you right here in atlanta, land of musical wonder... michelle
has many an album out, and, if you don't know where to start, i'll be glad to
help you out. =)  she has shirts and all that rock star stuff, too, which i
would be so very glad to buy for all of those interested. =)  blah, blah,
blah... next, i think the spice girls are a pitiful excuse for anything even
remotely resembling music and i'm not afraid to say so.  i try not to dwell
on the negative, but when it's shoved in your face... one of them is at least
kinda cute, i guess... and i guess it's better that kids listen to that than
scary stuff like cannibal corpse or whattheheckever... (just my opinion.
apologies to all the corpse-heads out there...)  i also think the idea of
alabama's secession (sp?) seems like a good one, but we must keep in mind
that there are great people just like the one who won the lyric contest
there, so let's be careful about who we banish... ;)  next we return to our
broadcast of moments in ancient history with your host, me.  i went to my
first _real_ ig show in auburn a little over a month ago, where i met a _ton_
of great people and listers... the show was good, but completely incomparable
to the shows at chastain...  i won't share too many details because there are
so many, but i had a fantastic day the 18th of may and i have pictures if any
of you who were there want them. =)  chastain?  incredible... there are no
words to describe the feelings... it was almost an emotional roller
coaster... i was there with people who mean _so_ much to me... on friday i
literally laughed and cried and we all sang and danced in the aisles and i
will never forget "leeds" for special sentimental mushy reasons that you
don't want to hear about, i'm sure, and then we went to the red light to
catch the last half of michelle's set, after which i only briefly got to talk
to some more listers... the combination of all of the above just made it one
of the greatest nights of my life, really... =)  glowing as we speak... =)
um, saturday night we were much closer, and, again, it was amazing. =)
especially because of that michelle chick... sunday was fantabulous, too...
i could go on... what else?  well, i have all these swamp vinyls and atlanta
magazines and i'd like not to have them anymore... i have no job right now,
and i actually need the money, so if any of you would like to take them off
my hands i would _very_ much appreciate it. =)  i know i have something else
to say... um, joan, if you're reading this, i need your address again to send
your "relentless"... my old e-mail is inaccessible right now... please write.
=)  everyone else, if i'm sending you something and you don't have it by next
weekend let me know.  i think i'm getting most everything out today... to my
tape loop: does everyone have his/her original tape back?  i haven't gotten
the european tape back yet, so whoever has that should send it along at
his/her convenience... otherwise, would anyone like to do another loop?
maybe we could hook up with loop 5 or something... =)  i was quite satisfied
with how things turned out and would like to do it again. =)  any input is
always welcome. =)  babble, babble... i've deleted over 200 messages today
already, through this bout with insomnia, so if you write to me you messages
shouldn't get bounced now... if i missed any michelle malone mail during
june, please, please feel free to forward it. =)  thank you oodles, and i'm
looking forward to clearing up all this mail and getting back on track!  whoo
hoo! =)  as usual, peace, love, and butter biscuits, sarah

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date:         sat, 21 jun 1997 09:37:41 -0400
reply-to:     yankfan95@aol.com
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from:         stine bavaro <yankfan95@aol.com>
subject:      re: manuscipt/book on amy ray
x-to:         lturcotte@star.net

i agree with liz, i don't think this is a good idea.  amy is a very private
person and i don't think she would like people knowing about her.  i think we
should respect her privacy b/c than she will be more responsive to her fans
and not be afraid of us.
i think i heard somewhere that in the beginning of the indigo girls she was
stalked and than after that she secluded herself.   that is a very stressful
thing for a person.  i think if you really care about amy you should respect
her.
-stine-

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hi y'all, the postage for the pulse magazine was $2.62. i've also got a copy
of the ppv special i can dub for a few people. it wont be in stereo or
anything, but if your interested let me know.

linda

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it's sat and i have just returned from getting my lilith fair tix at polaris
(the show venue).  there was good and bad.  i got there at 7am and was 3rd
in line, but the girls first in line agreed to buy me one seat /theirs. (the
horrifying thing is they said they, "weren't really into the ig.") good
news--that seat is the dead center, 4th row, woohoo!!!.  bad news--the rest
of my tix for my place in line are row t, way off to the side. hmm, if i was
*at* the venue and got 4th row for 1st pull, how many seats are they holding
back?!? that kinda gets me mad.  don't get me wrong, i'm happy about the
seat, but, i think it's sad that you have to know/be a concert promoter,
record co exec, or radio station person to get the first few rows at a large
venue. oh, well, at least i get to see the girls again for the 4th time this
tour.  now *that* makes me beam!!!
happy day,
lisa


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

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maybe thats where the line are they coming at us with cameras or guns i
dont know which but we gotta run and i swore to myself this is not what i
bargined for  comes from

on sat, 21 jun 1997, stine bavaro wrote:

> i agree with liz, i don't think this is a good idea.  amy is a very private
> person and i don't think she would like people knowing about her.  i think we
> should respect her privacy b/c than she will be more responsive to her fans
> and not be afraid of us.
> i think i heard somewhere that in the beginning of the indigo girls she was
> stalked and than after that she secluded herself.   that is a very stressful
> thing for a person.  i think if you really care about amy you should respect
> her.
> -stine-
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subject:      re: ev'yth'g u always wnt'd 2 know 'bout taping a show :)

hey :)  in finally found my file with all the cool tips from a reknown and
dedicated booter...it is a long file so e me if you want a copy :)  i can
only add:  remember my addy :) :)

jude :)

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i feel a little awkward posting about this because i'm getting information
secondhand, and i don't like making judgments that way.  that said, i got
a bad vibe when i read melissa's post about writing a book on amy ray, and
from the little bit more i've heard since (from tigger...thanks tigger for
clueing me in) i'm staying waaaay clear of this project.  that's a
decision based just as much on guts as on reason, but my guts rarely fail
me...


i don't know if any of you all were considering helping melissa in any
way, but as with any similar project i strongly urge you to do your
research first, learn as much as you can about where the author is coming
from and what the intentions of the book are before offering assistance.
it may be a pain, especially if the project is a legit one, but you'll
feel better knowing and it may keep you from getting involved in something
you'll regret.

next on the soapbox?

...audrey

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you didnt send me your addy wiht the envolope i need it to mail you your
tape i owe you for sending me the ppv tape
hugs anthony van pyre

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hey! twink here, yet again!

wow! i've got more to add to this post now! :)  um, i sent a message to
this music video feed (see my previous post) and asked for some ig
content (as well as to say thanks for the ani d stuff they already have)
and i was hoping to get some response.  but i'd hardly expected it to be
so immediate! :)  see below to check out their response & then go back
to the site and check it out!  :)

************************forwarded
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on sat, 21 jun 1997 mediaeater wrote:
>
> i put up some i-girls clips in the pop section
> and moved ani video to d from a (duh) on the alt page
> i will one day make the whole site alpha -
> one world one music...
> come back soon,
> ,m

    pretty quick reply... 2 days!  :)  wow!! if you're curious about
what i said to them... see below!

****************************forwarded
material****************************
> at 08:52 pm 6/19/97 -0400, you wrote:

just wanted to say i love your web site! also, i'd like to suggest you
pick-up the new video by the indigo girls "shame on you"... i know a lot
of people would be very interested to see it among all the other great
music you have to offer!  thanks so much for the inclusion of ani
difranco by the way... i love ani! also, keep up the great work... i'm
spreading the word about your site to lots of friends who are into
music! :)

*******************
    just thought y'all would like to know about it... in case you've got
some suggestions of your own for them to include on their pages!  here's
the main page url... you can start from there!  enjoy!

     http://www.mediaeater.com/musicvideo/index.html


     see ya,     twink!  (bridget)

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

as circumstances have it, i have an extra tix for the dallas show june
28. its row x seat 33. email me privately if any one is interested.

thanks,

allison

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at 03:10 pm 6/21/97 -0400, audrey wrote:
>i strongly urge you to do your
>research first, learn as much as you can about where the author is coming
>from and what the intentions of the book are before offering assistance.
>it may be a pain, especially if the project is a legit one

        i agree with audrey on this. before you offer to help the writer,
find out what her intentions in writing this biography are. is she going to
sensationalize, or will she treat the topic with dignity + respect?
        after all, there are hundreds of smaller bio-type articles, about
either one of the girls, out there in magazines etc that were never
personally approved of by them. a lot of the info we're privy to out here as
consumers comes from those write ups. a book is the same sort of thing isn't
it? just longer... if we're being honest, most of us know that we might now
draw the line at purchasing such a book from the shelf ( unless a came right
out + said she was angered by the bio )... but helping write such a thing is
a whole differnt story. i write, but definatly wouldn't want my name
associated with the project if it was designed to divulge all sorts of
private/personal stuff a wouldn't have chosen on her own to make public
knowledge.
peace all... kim
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please write me off the list i need to talk to you about the tape u sent
me

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subject:      re: nigc: commonbond again

commonbond used to play often in our town here and i will say that i like
their music.  but last time they were here playing at a local bar, they
really turned me off when they announced that autographs would be
available at intermission...that made everyone not even want their
autograph...it was in a local bar for crying out loud...i just hope they
aren't getting full of themselves.

on fri, 20 jun 1997 21:26:33 -0400 guinione@aol.com writes:
>here's the website address for anyone looking to see/hear more ...
>
>theres a couple of pictures and some sound wavs !!!!!
>
>http://www.intercom.net/local/music/comnbond/comnbond.html
>
>support local bands !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
>
>chris
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hey deb!!!

couldja repost your address for the contributions to billings???

i deleted my digest by mistake!!

thannks-

karrie!  ;)

peace, love ang ig!

"water retention is not new to me....."
                                -emily saliers

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hi ya'll!!
        i won't rub it in that i have 4th row seats for the dallas show
next saturday :).... i was just thinkin' ..hey i am close enough to maybe
throw something on stage for them and was hoping all of you clever
listees could help me figure out what would catch amy's and emily's
attention.   any suggestions??   peace
virginia

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hello everyone,

i'd like to put forward my name (chris b., will you
second me?) for the position of list co-owner that
jude mentioned.

>the person should have the following qualities:
>
>    o be known and trusted by the list community

well, i've met heaps of listfolk and never killed
or been killed by any of them yet (although i did
steal that ming vase from kristina c.'s house that
one time... we don't talk about that episode
though!  ha).

>    o have a working knowledge of listserv list administration

i personally haven't done any listserv admin since
mid-'95, so my knowledge is a little rusty but i'm
sure it can't have changed too much since then...

>    o be able to receive insane amounts of bounced email messages
>    o take care of things like removing people manually when
>        they ask or when they bounce, which will help to cut down
>        on the insane amounts of bounced email

"no problem" on both of the above.

>    o be a generally cool person :)

actually, i'm slightly more of a dork, but i still
think i'm pretty cool.  of course, i could be
wrong (and i'm sure no one will hesitate to inform
me if i am, right? :)

my other credits include: co-maintainer of the ig
faq and the mailing list faq; co-leader of
folkworld (who remembers folkworld?) and, um,
really big ig fan.

all this talking about myself is making me nervous,
so i guess i'll stop there.

happy happy folks,
sherlyn
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  hanging right above my bed,
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  but those i've found instead..." - mary chapin carpenter

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just wanna fix a word i messed up on + in so doing changed the *entire*
meaning of what i was saying:-)....
okay... it's the word: *not* ( instead of *now*, which is what i somehow
typed ) and it's in this sentence:
>if we're being honest, most of us know that we might *not*
>draw the line at purchasing such a book from the shelf ( unless a came right
>out + said she was angered by the bio )... but helping write such a thing is
>a whole differnt story.
etc etc etc...
peace, kim... who feels like a dummy:)
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reply-to:     jude shabry <jude@netris.org>
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from:         jude shabry <jude@netris.org>
subject:      admin: found a co-listowner!
x-to:         sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
in-reply-to:  your message of "sun, 22 jun 1997 10:52:30 +1000."
              <199706220052.kaa00290@delenn.fl.net.au>

yay!  i was hoping you'd volunteer.. :)

no offense to any of the other folks who are interested, but given the
sherlyn *was* the mistress of the ig list for a while, i think she
deserves first shot.. :)

i will keep the names of the other folks who volunteered (thanks!) in
case we need more hands in on it.  there are a lot of people on this
list.. :)

   -jude

sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au> writes:
>
> hello everyone,
>
> i'd like to put forward my name (chris b., will you
> second me?) for the position of list co-owner that
> jude mentioned.
>
> >the person should have the following qualities:
> >
> >    o be known and trusted by the list community
>
> well, i've met heaps of listfolk and never killed
> or been killed by any of them yet (although i did
> steal that ming vase from kristina c.'s house that
> one time... we don't talk about that episode
> though!  ha).
>
> >    o have a working knowledge of listserv list administration
>
> i personally haven't done any listserv admin since
> mid-'95, so my knowledge is a little rusty but i'm
> sure it can't have changed too much since then...
>
> >    o be able to receive insane amounts of bounced email messages
> >    o take care of things like removing people manually when
> >        they ask or when they bounce, which will help to cut down
> >        on the insane amounts of bounced email
>
> "no problem" on both of the above.
>
> >    o be a generally cool person :)
>
> actually, i'm slightly more of a dork, but i still
> think i'm pretty cool.  of course, i could be
> wrong (and i'm sure no one will hesitate to inform
> me if i am, right? :)
>
> my other credits include: co-maintainer of the ig
> faq and the mailing list faq; co-leader of
> folkworld (who remembers folkworld?) and, um,
> really big ig fan.
>
> all this talking about myself is making me nervous,
> so i guess i'll stop there.
>
> happy happy folks,
> sherlyn
> =-=-=-=-=-=-=-= sherlyn koo - sherlyn@fl.net.au =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
>  "gonna sleep with the stars and a slice of the moon
>   hanging right above my bed,
>   gonna dream not of things i've left behind
>   but those i've found instead..." - mary chapin carpenter
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subject:      july 1 ig san diego - any pre-concert happenings??

anyone know of any ig happenings before the san diego show on july 1.
i and my pals are looking to make it a long evening.....

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hello again everyone,

jude said:
>no offense to any of the other folks who are interested, but given the
>sherlyn *was* the mistress of the ig list for a while, i think she
>deserves first shot.. :)

well, thanks!

i'd like to call for a round of cheers for jude
for single-handedly running the list so well (and
so fearlessly :) for so long.  great job, jude!  you
rock.  i feel honoured to be able to lend a helping
hand.

hooray for jude!

sherlyn
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subject:      where were you?

inspired by a current thread on the mle list, i'd like to pose the following
question:

where were you and what were you doing when you first heard our beloved
girls?

i'll start:  i bought the soundtrack to "boys on the side" because of the
melissa etheridge song which i was in love with  ("i take you with me") and
there was this song on it by these people i never heard of before, somebody
called indigo girls.  i checked out the pic, and thought they're pretty good.
i was at home at the time and kind of let it go.

<flash forward> three months later, i'm in texas on a road trip.  (in case
anyone believes in fate or luck or coincidence or whathave you, i happened to
be on the road to austin - from waco, though, not houston.  :)  )  anyway, i
was bored and we stopped at a place that had a tape store, so i went in and
wandered around, and i bought 1200 curfews.  and i was lost.  i think i spent
the next week and a half listening to nothing but those two tapes.  i
listened to it so much, in fact, that i memorized the bits between songs!
(picture of me, sitting in my bro's firebird, headphones on, going "lookin'
up at the stars,.... moo!")  so amyray, i'm done now.  eager to hear all of
your stories!!!!

peace, harmony & indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygoopg@aol.com)
   member - ssim yknib naf bulc
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(amy) come on emily, paint the world on fire!
(am) when's the last time you said that?
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date:         sat, 21 jun 1997 22:37:53 -0500
reply-to:     deb reiser <dreiser@wi.net>
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from:         deb reiser <dreiser@wi.net>
subject:      re: admin: found a co-listowner!
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>yay!  i was hoping you'd volunteer.. :)
>
>no offense to any of the other folks who are interested, but given the
>sherlyn *was* the mistress of the ig list for a while, i think she
>deserves first shot.. :)

well i second this motion! sherlyn is cool -- in her own little dorky way,
of course :) and deserves our support as co-listowner. i think she'll do a
super job!

deb

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