lifeblood: listlogs: 1997-06e


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date:         sun, 29 jun 1997 00:07:30 -0400
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from:         barb & twink <bf2brland@sprintmail.com>
subject:      re: my christmas wish in the summer....
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hmmm, what ten tunes i would want in a private concert?
how about...

1. chiapas bound
2. untitled song
3. cut it out
4. winthrop
5. shame on you
6. its alright
7. the ballad of squeaky fromme
8. caramia
9. shed your skin
10. tangled up in blue

encore:  11. free fallin' (tom petty & the heartbreakers)... they did
this tune at my first ig show and they rocked!  i'd love to hear them do
it again!  (anyone have an ig version of that tune?)

   okay, that's it... my picks!

  see ya!
   twink!  ;-)

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date:         sun, 29 jun 1997 00:16:11 -0400
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from:         j tigger kickliter <ndygotiggr@aol.com>
subject:      christmas wish

ok here's my 10 private-concert songs.

1) love of the common people
2) house at pooh corner
3) lifeblood
4) american tune
5) never stop
6) chickenman
7) shame on you
8) get out the map
9) scooter boys (scare the neighbors!)
10) touch me fall

peace, harmony & indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
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date:         sun, 29 jun 1997 00:03:05 -0800
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check out an interview between 360 magazine and the four members of
lift, who opened for the indigo girls on their spring college tour and
have continued on through louisiana and texas this week. the article,
called "lifting off from the grassroots, can be found by scrolling
down 360's homepage at http://www.360mag.com.

also check out our interactive review of "shaming of the sun."  let us
know what you think!

k. isenberg
360 magazine

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date:         sun, 29 jun 1997 00:22:45 -0400
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thanks to karrie for bringing this up!
so i'm now thinking what if this private concert would consist only of
older unreleased ig tunes and/or covers of other artists songs you have
heard them do, or would like to hear them do?
any takers on that one?
i'll start:

1.  weakness in me
2.  bartender blues
3.  vision boy (anyone heard that one of amy's?)
4.  love the one you're with
5.  mona lisa's & mad hatters
6.  no way to treat a friend
7.  knockin' on heaven's door
8.  summertime
9.  house at pooh corner
10. what was really me

encore: 11.  rockin' in the free world

   so, anyone else?

     twink!

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date:         sat, 28 jun 1997 23:33:09 -0400
reply-to:     kate <grnpeace@fullnet.com>
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1. chickenman
2. land of canaan
3. jane says (jane's addiction) (amy on lead vocals)
4. suite: judy blue eyes (crosby, stills, nash, and young)
5. all along the watchtower
6. keeper of my heart
7. hand me downs
8. blood and fire
9. dead man's hill
10. out of range with ani difranco

encore....
joe hill with none other than joan baez

yeah, that would be my choice.  it was so hard though...can't i have 20
songs to choose <g>................
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date:         sun, 29 jun 1997 00:36:45 edt
reply-to:     kirsten chevalier <kirsten@spike.wellesley.edu>
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from:         kirsten chevalier <kirsten@spike.wellesley.edu>
subject:      re: my christmas wish in the summer....
in-reply-to:  <199706282146.raa08424@venus.star.net>; from "liz turcotte" at
              jun 28, 97 5:45 pm

i couldn't resist this thread. my top 10:
1. west point (by jonatha brooke and the story; if jonatha brooke were emily,
this would be leeds)
2. what if no one's watching (by ani difranco; amy could really get her teeth
into this one)
3. it's alright
4. venus as appearances (by ferron; same theme as world falls, but different)
5. world falls
6. iowa (by dar williams; i can just imagine a & e harmonizing on the chorus...
catch me...)
7. mystery
8. shed your skin
9. chickenman
10. prince of darkness

and for an encore, come a long way (by michelle shocked; imagine a cross
between get out the map and nashville, but much better)
kirsten

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date:         sun, 29 jun 1997 01:04:47 -0400
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from:         stine bavaro <yankfan95@aol.com>
subject:      re: my christmas wish in the summer....
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my choices for my private concert are drum roll please:

1)ghost
2)crazy game
3)i don't wanna know
4)love will come to you
5)fugitive
6)all along the watchtower
7)reunion
8)tangled up in blue
9)language or the kiss
10)dead man's hill

encore would have to be:
galileo and least complicated(including all the nanananana's)

if this private concert thing was to happen, i don't think would able to
listen to their music i would be in awe.

well have a joyous day my fellow listes.
-stine-

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date:         sun, 29 jun 1997 01:14:09 -0400
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from:         erin ledingham <flashgirl8@aol.com>
subject:      x-mas in june

1.  touch me fall
2.  the asphalt world {suede}
3.  never is a promise {fiona apple}
4.  baby can i hold you {tracy chapman}
5.  this is a low {blur}
6.  in your eyes {peter gabriel}
7.  elsewhere {sarah mclachlan}
8.  eden {10,000 maniacs}
9.  truth and bone {heather nova}
10.  little earthquakes {tori amos}

erin
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date:         sun, 29 jun 1997 01:27:49 -0400
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subject:      re: indigo-girls digest - 28 jun 1997

in a message dated 6/29/97 4:43:10 am, you wrote:

<<come monday, by jimmy buffett....em on lead vocal>>

ooooooh! great song!!!

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date:         sun, 29 jun 1997 01:52:15 -0400
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subject:      hanukkah wish list

oh goody!!  what a great thread.

my personal concert:
1) you and me of the ten thousand wars
2) leeds (my favorite ever!!)
3) pushing the needle too far
4) watershed
5) love will come to you (brings back many memories)
6) hammer and a nail
7) land of canaan
how many do i get??
8) i don't wanna know
9) strange fire

encore:
thin line
midnight train to georgia
crimson and clover (w/joan jett) this was already a reality. wooo hooo!
there are soooooo many more. i can't choose.

an inkling of my life,
julie

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date:         sun, 29 jun 1997 02:18:48 -0400
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subject:      re: appearances/rare records
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on sat, 28 jun 1997, da chickenman wrote:

> at 04:18 pm 6/27/97 -0400, joni cyr wrote:
> >ok, looks like i'm gonna have to clear this up once and for all:  ;o) ;o)
> >here's the statement with punctuation:
> >
> >damn!  did i do that?  that should say "yeah, amy looked good there!"  i was
> >looking, and i was like "amy in glasses!"
>
>
>         thanks joni for the clarication of mark's statement, b/c i had
> punctuated it this way :o
>
> damn, did i do that?  that should say, "yeah, amy looked good!  there i was
> looking and i was like amy in glasses".
>
>         sometimes, punctutation *can* affect the meaning of your sentence...
thats not what the voices in my head tell me they say leave it open to
interpitiation<g>

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date:         sun, 29 jun 1997 20:38:00 +1000
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hi everyone,

tony "chickenman" said, in response to my comment about
amy's soloing:
>huh!??  what about the color me grey tape, squeaky fromme, blood and fire,
>romeo & juliet, in addition to the newer, chiapas bound, hey kind friend and
>redemption songs?

"soloing" - as in playing a lead guitar solo.

and in response to my comments on emily's diction:
>        jeeeze sherlyn.  this is coloquial language throughout the southern
>united states!  this language reflects the mixture of the many heritages in
>southern culture.
>in louisiana, for instance, there are many interesting varieties of
>subcultures including the creole, cajun and native-american cultures.  there
>is a rich history behind these cultures and their languages or patois.
>        and whatever happened to poetic license?  i thought artists (and
>individuals) should be able to express themselves as they wish?  loosen up
>on the syntax of the lyrics and you will find it much more enjoyable!

no, tony, *you* should loosen up.  i was simply stating
my opinion.  some people will agree with me.  some people
will not; you are obviously one of these.  that's your
prerogative.  however, this does not give you the right to
be rude to me just because you don't like what i've said.

i'm not denying that there are many heritages and cultures
in the united states.  i'm not saying that poetic licence
isn't a good thing.  however, if you go back and listen to
some of emily's past works i'll think you'll find that in
general her diction has been much better than it is on
"shaming of the sun".  if you listen to other artists'
recorded works you'll also find that in general, they tend
to take a lot more care with their diction while recording
in studio than, say, performing live.  listen to the album
version of susan werner's "much at all" versus the version
on "the women of kerrville" for a good example.  so given
all of this, emily's poor diction on sots is, quite
frankly, a bit disappointing.  if you don't agree, well,
that's up to you.

sherlyn
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     any moment in time, every memory of mine.
     those years are lines of colour on my face;
     my past is warpaint."   - happy rhodes

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date:         sun, 29 jun 1997 08:41:52 -0500
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hey there everyone,
sherlyn i kinda agree with tony--standard "correct diction" simply cannot
be applied in the case of amy or emily, although i admit sometimes it
bothers me too..."i'monna cleah my head, i'm onna drink that sun..."  ;-)
i know, if you have vocal training, that makes it hard to sing along with
them sometimes--you just have to give up the ol' clarity of diction,
spitting clear consonants, mouth shape for vowels...and do it the ig way.
:-)  i can't see how sots is any worse than any other album!  and hey, who
cares about diction anyway...look at rem's "murmur" etc.  or even tori,
who certainly has her own little special way of pronouncing and singing
just about anything. but we still laouive her (simple tori spelling
there)!  i do think emily sounds more "childlike" on some songs--gotm, ia.
kinda weird.
okay back to work...thesis...
kirsten, my answer to your question is, i do not know.  i'll look for them
tomorrow (somewhere in that huge stack o' mail...) and send them on asap..
susie, i am still longing to do some brie with you...might be in ma
sometime this fall on the way to nova scotia... :-)

love to the list,
suzi

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date:         sun, 29 jun 1997 14:27:11 +0100
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hey everybody,

just thought that i'd post to say that i'm back.  i now have access to
the internet at home (not just at university) so i can be reached at any
time!

actually, i'm back on the net a little later than i had hoped.  i have
just returned back from an excellent vacation in vancouver, bc and the
pacific north-west.  anyway, i bought a modem from vancouver - the
prices are about 60% cheaper than here in england!  for any uk listees
who might be considering buying a us modem for use in england.  don't
bother - it doesn't work.  something to do with incompatible telephone
lines!  typical isn't it! :(

anyway, to ask a favour.  is there a "kind friend" who taped the ppv
concert from june 6th willing to make me a copy?  i was actually in
north america at the time and i had hoped that my relatives could get
ppv but rogers cable company in vancouver didn't carry it.  i could pay
$ or trade audio boots.

thanks in anticipation,

claudine.

please note that my email address has changed to:

claudine@cableinet.co.uk

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date:         sun, 29 jun 1997 10:21:31 -0400
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from:         erica weinstein <mkw007@aol.com>
subject:      re: hanukkah wish list

my dream set list:

1   fugitive
2   crazy game
3   let's get it on (marvin gaye)
4   hand me downs
5   pushing the needle to far
6   chickenman
7   joking
8   land of canaan
9   squeaky fromme
10  midnight train to georgia

encore
tangled up in blue

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date:         sun, 29 jun 1997 11:13:51 -0400
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from:         karen johanns <kjohanns@aol.com>
subject:      re: my christmas wish in the summer....

a private concert by amy & emily in my living room? sounds great, but first
i'll have to clean up, brew some iced tea and buy some beer in case they get
thirsty. anyone know what brand they prefer? if no one can tell me, it'll be
anchor steam.

now that i'm settled into my comfy chair, this is what i'll be listening to:

1) secure yourself
2) shed your skin
3) world falls
4) all along the watchtower
5) down by the river
6) strange fire
7) power of two (sentimental fave: my g/f and i had this at our wedding)
8) pushing the needle too far
9) losing my religion (rem: it's hard to picture them doing this, but it's so
southern)
10) tangled up in blue

encores: kid fears w/ michael stipe
               freebird (just kidding)
                american tune

karen
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if it's tourist season, why can't we shoot them?

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date:         sun, 29 jun 1997 11:36:13 -0400
reply-to:     lisa tatonetti <tatonetti.2@osu.edu>
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hi all,
i got a little over zealous when buying ig tix this summer and ordered a
ticket for the pine knob lilith fair before realizing the girls aren't
playing.  it's too far to drive w/out seeing them so i'm selling the ticket.
the show's sat july 19th.  seat: pavilion right, row n, seat 3.  paid $40
something dollars, i'll take $30 for the ticket.
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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date:         sun, 29 jun 1997 12:29:38 -0400
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from:         "chelle sunderland.  user." <sistagrove@aol.com>
subject:      wish list

   if i could have ig for private show, i'd arrange to camp at some beautiful
locale.  after a great dinner, the camp fire would be started and the pickin'
would commence.  as for song preferences, if they were playing a private show
for me,  they could play anything and i'd be in heaven.  what i'd love is for
each one of them to play my guitar!!!!
   i got to see ig both in austin and dallas this weekend with my honey and
her sister...great shows and good times...we got out our guitars after the
show like we always do and sully came over to us!  she b.s.'d with us for
about half an hour and she loved my guitar!!  during that time, julie from
lift came over. i think that if they could have stayed, they'd have sat right
there and picked with us!  before sully left the austin venue, she gave us ig
picks.
   flash forward to the dallas starlex the next night....
sully came out to us while we were jamming (with what little voices we had
left!) and hung out, again!!  we had bought her a texas baseball hat, as she
wears hats a lot, and gave it to her.  she is a really cool woman, and i
suggest that those of you who jam, take your guitars and play after the
show...you might just get lucky!!
   that's my $2.00 worth.
                                               chelle {o}---:::

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date:         sun, 29 jun 1997 12:58:26 -0400
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from:         nicole yonke <nix64@aol.com>
subject:      my christmas wish list...

a private concert?...for me?  awwwww, you shouldn't have!

but if you insist...
1. fugitive (my fav song in the whole world!)
2. prince of darkness
3. 9 fingers (new mongrels, but it would just be a+e)
4. ghost
5. strange fire
6. possession (sarah mclachlan, the piano version...e on piano of course)
7. don't give that girl a gun
8. galileo
9. nothin' on me (shawn colvin)
10. all for you (sister hazel)

encore:
secure yourself
cecilia (simon & garfunkel)

i wish my concert could be longer.  i'm sure a+e would hang around for some
drinks afterward :)  i'm thinkin' i could get a few more songs out of 'em.
it's certainly fun to dream...

peace y'all,
nicole

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date:         sun, 29 jun 1997 14:18:30 -0400
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from:         bonnie lacey <bonnemot@aol.com>
subject:      re: diction etc
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hey ya'll

as a southern girl, i just have to respond to the thread about the em's
diction on sots.  my very first time listening to it, i noticed how "natural"
it sounded (to my ears anyway), and i have found that feature to be one of
its most endearing qualities.  for me, it sounds so intimate because in many
songs it sounds like em's just talking - like i would talk, and i especially
love the anguished parts for this intimate touch.  i guess not everybody
talks just like us southern folks, so it never really struck me that it
wasn't quite right by perfect music standards.

however, now that i've thought it over, i must come down squarely and 100%
for the off diction of emily's voice.  i think it's what made me cry on the
3rd time i heard caramia, so how could i be against it????

i'm onna head on outta here.  see y'all layder -

bonnie

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on sat, 28 jun 1997, da chickenman wrote:

>         oh, i got to see lift open last night and they were great.  the
> whole band is very talented!  the bass player for lift, julie clark had a
> mock tattoo on her arm which said "sara lee rules" :)

wow!  julie clark is even cooler than i first thought!    :)

*plug*
run, do not walk, to your nearest funky cd store and buy anything
(and everything) by lift!  i was hooked when i first heard them in
concert, which is a rare thing for me.  my roomie was hooked within
the first couple of tracks of "lifelike".
*plug*

anna

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


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with so many people naming 'tangled up in blue' on their pix list,
i thought i'd share this little event from the weekend: i was giving
a hitchhiker a ride into ottawa for the canada day celebrations, and
had 1200c in the cd player, so we talk about ig for a while (of course,
she'd heard of/liked them :-) then this song comes on, and after a bit
she's goes "hey, that's a dylan song" and then much later on "but they
get away with it!", and then for the rest of the trip it was almost on
repeat!! oh, what a coincidence, i'm in at work and it's just come on my
player again .... wonder if her hair is still red?? .... gotta go now!

john.

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subject:      nigc -- lilith talk tonight!

rumor has it that you can talk with jewel, sarah and paula cole (and
someone else?) on the microsoft network tonight on the internet at 6:30.

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in a message dated 97-06-28 10:12:05 edt, sherlyn@fl.net.au (sherlyn koo)
writes:

<< vocally, i don't think emily sounds as though she's
quite at her best; she sounds a trifle strained in places.  and
in parts her diction is absolutely appalling!  in fact, emily's
diction is probably my biggest gripe about the album as a whole. >>

well, i guess someone's not a nirvana fan . .  .=0

-elizabeth, who's just pokin' fun and thinks that people are taking this
comment way too seriously . . . just because you don't agree with somebody
doesn't mean you have to get all defensive . . . sheesh . .  . =)

* * * * * * * * * * * * * *
*a discussion of nirvana*

heather: it sounds like "i'm in dire".
me:        the lyrics i got from the web say "a denial."
snoozer: i had always heard it was "bloody william" . . .

http://members.aol.com/wishmonstr/ewebpg.htm
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after being revived, if amy and emily were banging down my door to come in
and give me a private concert, the songs i would request are:

1. caramia
2. shed your skin (of course, sara would appear briefly to do the bass line,
and ulali could probably fit if they squeezed next to the tv . . .)
3. land o' canaan
4. american tune
5. uncle john's band
6. the wood song
7. get out the map
8. welcome me
9. touch me fall
after a brief pause for me to take a cold shower:
10. closer to fine (i never get sick of that song!)

encore:
thin line
jonas and ezekial
blood and fire (of course amy would play it for me!  i'm too cute to say no
to . . .)

-elizabeth

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i came across a "collector's edition" of indigo girls(the title album,ya
know...) in camelot music.  it was goldplated and the packaging said it had
original artwork blah blah blah.  it was around $28.  can somebody tell me
if this is something i should go get, or is it really just another fancy
packaging ploy?  i am really not inot collecting things like that(because i
alrady have the cd, and that serves my purpose)  but if someone wants me to
pick it up for them, i could do that too.  please fill me in, all you
veteran listees!!
thanks, y'all,
chris
"do or do not.  there is no try..."
                 -quote from a very wise little green muppet...

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all i can say is wow!!  the girls were absolutely magnificent!!  this was
my 2nd concert and idgie's first, and it was a spiritual thing for the both
of us.  i was stupid and didn't write down the set list, so if anyone
happens to remember it, please post it!

lift was great too.  we went ahead and got their cd while they were signing
it there after the concert.  they're a buncha great people, and very
patient too :)

a great big hello to eveeryone who was at kerbey lane afterwards.  it was
great meeting all of y'all, and great to put faces to email addys.

now all i have to add is... did anyone boot the concert?  just curious.

indigo smiles,
amy & idgie

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in a message dated 97-06-29 09:43:32 edt, ssteffen@blue.weeg.uiowa.edu (s.
steffen) writes:

<< sherlyn i kinda agree with tony--standard "correct diction" simply cannot
be applied in the case of amy or emily, although i admit sometimes it
bothers me too..."i'monna cleah my head, i'm onna drink that sun..."  ;-) >>

i just have to say something here.  being from the same general geographic
location as amy & emily, i guess i never noticed em's diction.  ah tawlk lahk
that tew.  it's a southern thing, i think.  personally, i don't feel like
it's any kind of a big deal, poetic license aside, folks talk the way they're
gonna talk and folks sing the way they're gonna sing, and that is just life.
can we move on?

peace, harmony & indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism  (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
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        hi sandy,

        that is sorta funny.  i just bought a new fender
acoustic/electric guitar today to go with my fender stratocaster
(electric) guitar.  but they ain't black... =)
        i love mandolin.  wish i could afford one.  and a bass, and
some drums, and a piano...
        =)

        i have a question for the list:  how many people here compose
their own music and/or record it?  i have a little pet project turning
in my head but it's not planned out enough to announce it yet.  =)

you wrote:
=)i just got a lovely black mandolin today to join my own black guitar, they
=)are
=)a joy.

        mike feeney             "...tangled up in blue..."

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hey y'all~

        i've been on this list for 7 months and i just got my *first* flame!
i'm so excited! :)  well, truly, it wasn't much of a flame, but i guess it
was all the angst i could muster up....
        but i've trying, really!! ;)

tony


at 09:02 am 6/29/97 -0400, someone wrote:
>who cares..get a life
>
>

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just a minute ago, tony wrote that he got a flame

>
> at 09:02 am 6/29/97 -0400, someone wrote:
> >who cares..get a life
> >
> >
>

yeah me too and it was exactly the same flame - from i am guessing the exact

same source - what a genious they can't even come up with an original flame
- don't know about you tony but i think i deserve my own personal flame -
not
just a standard issue one.

hmmmm,
sandy

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i got the same thing twice chickan man

on sun, 29 jun 1997, da chickenman wrote:

> hey y'all~
>
>         i've been on this list for 7 months and i just got my *first* flame!
> i'm so excited! :)  well, truly, it wasn't much of a flame, but i guess it
> was all the angst i could muster up....
>         but i've trying, really!! ;)
>
> tony
>
>
> at 09:02 am 6/29/97 -0400, someone wrote:
> >who cares..get a life
> >
> >
>
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hi y'all, just testing to see if this gets through :)  igx igo r & c

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at 08:56 am 6/30/97 +1000, sandy wrote:

>yeah me too and it was exactly the same flame - from i am guessing the exact
>same source - what a genious they can't even come up with an original flame
>- don't know about you tony but i think i deserve my own personal flame -
>not just a standard issue one.

and then mark anthony donajkowski wrote:
i got the same thing twice chickan man

hi sandy and mark!

        rotflol! :) :)

        i hope that person can put a little more imagination into writing
her book! ;)

cool runnings~
tony :)

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>
> hi y'all, just testing to see if this gets through :)  igx igo r & c
>
no, it didn't get through.


:-)
kirsten


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hey *mostly* kind friends! ;)

        the houston chronicle printed a review of the girls wednesday night
performance at the woodlands in houston.  the author, joey guerra, is
obviously not a big ig fan.

        your task, should you accept it, is to figure out what songs mr.
guerra is referring to in his article.  the first person to correctly
identify *both* of these songs will receive a complimentary boot of the ig's
hte benefit: malibu, ca (10/96) ksca broadcast (100 mins.).

<excerted from mr. guerra's article> ....backed by a tight three-piece band,
the duo kicked off the show with *just where i need to go*, which brought
the audience to it's feet...
        ...the song, *i wait for you*, was a torchy, sensual number and a
bit different from the duo's current mix of folk and blues..... <end excert>

good luck indigfans!

i       tony, da chickenman - houston, texas, usa       g
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make that three of us...hmmmm...looks as if we're all knee deep in love and
generosity this time around, eh?
erin
       *

in a message dated 97-06-29 19:01:16 edt, sandy writes:
>just a minute ago, tony wrote that he got a flame
> >
>  > at 09:02 am 6/29/97 -0400, someone wrote:
>  > >who cares..get a life
>  > >
>  > >
>  >
>
>  yeah me too and it was exactly the same flame - from i am guessing the
exact
>
>  same source - what a genious

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>
>         i have a question for the list:  how many people here compose
> their own music and/or record it?


i do! i know there are several others. i'm interested in knowing how
many, too.

take care all,
suzanne glass
http://www.suzanneglass.com

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hello all,

        if anyone made a boot of the dallas show
and would be willing to make me a copy i would be ever
so greatful.  it was my very first indigo show(and the
most amazing thing i've ever seen!) and i would love to
have a tape of it.  i dont have anything to trade but
will be more than happy to pay $$$ for it.  if you are
this kind soul please e-mail me privately and let me know.

thanks,
cindy

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    wow this is a great thread.  i love this, ok here it goes.

1)    shame on you
2)    shed your skin
3)    wood song
4)    land of caanan
5)    strange fire
6)    get out the map
7)    reunion
8)    caramia
9)    ghost
10)  pushing the needle too far

the encore:
love will come to you
finlandia  (i get to join in)
closer to fine (i get to play too)

these are the first songs that came into my head without any thought put into it.  i am already saying to myself (but what about chickenman, what about galileo, what about
jonas & eze....) you know what i mean.

fellow list member,
heather

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(suzanne glass) writes:

<< >         i have a question for the list:  how many people here compose
> their own music and/or record it? >>

hey y'all

i don't play any instrument, write music or sing in any venue other than my
kitchen or laundry room.  i envy you guys talking about your instruments and
how you love them, how you sat around camp fires playing and singing the ig"s
and your own stuff, how you have partners who sing the other part.  wow.

i've also heard about these "indicated" tapes, which if i'm not mistaken, is
a bunch of list people doing ig covers.  that would be cool to hear if
anybody's willing.

yours in suburbia
bon

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subject:      my set list

hi all.

here's my fantasy concert:

1)land of caanan
2)shed your skin
3)hand me downs (god i love this song and i've never seen them do it.)
4)pushing the needle
5)least complicated
6)reunion
7)power of two
8)wood song
9)joking
10)shame on you

encore 1(hey, it's my show...of course, they'll do two!)
midnight train to georgia (with special guest etta james)
tried to be true
mystery

encore 2
uncle john's band
thunder road (an old springsteen ditty, with amy doing the vocal)
i don't know how to love him
closer to fine

have a good week.
lisa, who would be really happy if the girls would just come to south florida
and play whatever setlist they feel like.

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someone asked:

<< i have a question for the list:  how many people here compose
> their own music and/or record it?
  >>

i write it and play it.  it's never very good - actually, it usually stinks!
<grin> so i don't bother to record.  but it's fun!  :)

peace, harmony & indigo,

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subject:      lillith fair so cal - tix needed

does anyone have tix for the lillith fair at irvine meadows?  and does anyone
know the format... are tix still availible, is it general seating, who's
going to be there, etc?

michelle

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subscibe indigo-girls

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oooh!!!  it's a community experience!!!!

in a message dated 6/29/97 5:57:43 pm, da chickenman wrote:

<<hey y'all~

        i've been on this list for 7 months and i just got my *first* flame!
i'm so excited! :)  well, truly, it wasn't much of a flame, but i guess it
was all the angst i could muster up....
        but i've trying, really!! ;)

tony

at 09:02 am 6/29/97 -0400, someone wrote:
>who cares..get a life
>>>


then mark said he got a similar one.

hmmmmmmmmmmmmm.  looks suspiciously like the flame i got for the same subject
post!!!!  do i see a pattern here???

oh, & tony, hunny?  i beat you!!!  nearly a year on the list.  that was my
first flame too!  i just luv this bounding that we're doing!!! ;)

dee

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ok, what's your interpretation of em's lyrics in leeds:
"...beating back a path through nothing more than pure insistence until
here becomes the distance"

i've struggled with this one....or how about in eiiot:
"....a thread of known that was unknown and unseen seen dangling from
inside the fifth direction.."

anyone??

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...and the winner is....... <drumroll> jean at indigojrny@aol.com.

        nearly everyone got the first - the wood song (just where i need to
go...which should be "that's where i need to go"  <right?>)
        the second (i wait for you) is crazy game.  apparently this dude
just took the last line of the song and made *that* the title of the song!!! :o

        "houston has a lot of cool things about it...like the things they
haven't discovered yet" - ar :o
        "austin, texas is like the center of the universe for
liberals...gays, straights walking down the street arm-in-arm" - ar :)

        thanks for all who participated!

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like the computer ijit i am, i accidentally deleted all the mail i got from
people interested in a berkeley get-together on july 6. sorry for the use of
bandwith, but here are the current details:

1) most of you who wrote agreed that after the sunday show is better, so
let's plan on that.
2) there is no parking lot near the greek theatre for a tailgate
get-together, and bars/cafes are some distance away, so i'll be going to
berkeley early this week to do some scouting.

if you are interested in meeting after the sunday show, please email me. i
*promise* i'll keep your mail this time and send out a location as soon as i
figure one out. in the meantime, if you can think of a place, feel free to
suggest it to me, and i'll circulate that info to the rest of the group.

peace,
karen
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
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i play piano and some guitar. i sometimes write lyrics but can't ever put
them to music. and i think i'm becoming a better singer, mostly because my
two best friends are fantastic singers. i guess it rubs off.

khw

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somebody wants to know what this means
<< "...beating back a path through nothing more than pure insistence until
here becomes the distance" >>

to me, this says (loosely ) that sometimes the only thing you have to forge
ahead with is the mere insistence of your will to do so, and even if you feel
you're not making progress, that if you keep going forward in this steady
manner, ultimately you end up where you wanted to be ("here" has suddenly
covered "the distance").  since a good part of this song addresses racial
hatred, maybe em is saying that we just have to keep moving forward

as far as the line from eiiot, ya got me.  seems to be something psychic and
indian having to do with unspoken things and unseen things, but things we
know are there just the same.  the fifth direction - maybe it's the spiritual
direction.  i really like the message of this song.

what do the rest of you think about these lyrics?

bonnie
trying to make sense of it all from the burbs

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>> i have a question for the list:  how many people here compose
their own music and/or record it?>>

  i play the guitar.  just got a 12-string as a matter of fact.  the only
good reason i could give for buying it was for _joking_.  now i have a
couple more reasons...caramia (haven't figured out totally), left it up to
me, and a few other songs.  i haven't ever really made up my own songs yet.
i have some stuff written down, but nothing i would ever let anyone hear....
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so, i'm going to cheat. they'll have to play two sets(i'm just too
demanding).
set i: the cover songs
1)southern cross- crosby, stills, nash, and young
2)scarlet begonias-dead
3)sailing down this golden river- pete seeger
4)mona lisas and madhatters-elton john
5)love has no pride- bonnie raitt
6)a little fall of rain-from les miserables
7)diamond in the rough-shawn colvin
8)wanting memories-sweet honey in the rock
9)sweet baby james-james taylor
10)i'll cover you- from rent

encore:
wannabe-spice girls(just kidding!!!)
house at pooh corner- loggins and messina(for real!)

set two:their songs
1)love will come to you-my all time favorite
2)left me a fool
3)you and me of the 10,000 wars
4)let it be me
5)the wood song
6)i don't wanna know
7)hand me downs
8)hammer and a nail
9)reunion
10)get out the map
encore:
closer to fine-for all memories it holds.

and of course, in my ideal world, this would be held in the rokcy mountains,
somewhere in colorado, with eveyone i love with me. and in the ultimate ideal
world, they'd go along with my whims and play any song i happened to yell out
between the already requested ones. and they'd let me sing with them for one,
even though i suck:) and maybe they'd throw in some neil diamond and billy
joel(sweet caroline and captain jack) even without my requesting it:-)

sari

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        whimper.
        okay, here goes.
        got 4 seats to the sunday 6 july show that i cannot use.
second row, too (section i, row 4 (rows 1 and 2 aren't used, or
so i've been told), seats 9-12).
        and...i can't go. :~{ doh!
        i paid over $100 for each of them, and their presence is
becoming tormentous. so help me! :) *someone* out there must be
able to use these.
        lemme know, and soon! face value on the 4 is $35 each...for
anything more i can deliver them anywhere in the bay area.
        rsvp! thanks!

kelley

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at 10:15 pm 6/29/97 -0400, bonnemot wrote:
>as far as the line from eiiot, ya got me.  seems to be something psychic and
>indian having to do with unspoken things and unseen things, but things we
>know are there just the same.  the fifth direction - maybe it's the spiritual
>direction.

(tony replies:)
        i believe most native american indians believe in six directions -
east, west, north, south, up and down.
        so the fifth direction is usually considered *up*, which makes
perfect sense when applied to bonnie's interpretation above! :)

btw, for what it's worth (if anything) the anasazi indians believed they
travelled through seven lives on their spiritual journey, rising from the
center of the earth towards the heavens.  they believed they entered into
this world from a hole in the earth called a "sapapu".  this life was the
4th of their lives towards the highest seventh life....

        i'd love to talk with anyone interested in anasazi indians (probably
ancestors of the present day pueblo indians - pueblo, zuni, pima and puma
tribes).  this is a hobby interest of mine! :)

cool runnings~
tony

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do you people know, i got the same thing too.
wow, it made me wonder if anyone out there really didn't like black guitars....
(since i wrote about one)

at 07:43 pm 6/29/97 -0400, you wrote:
>make that three of us...hmmmm...looks as if we're all knee deep in love and
>generosity this time around, eh?
>erin
>       *
>
>in a message dated 97-06-29 19:01:16 edt, sandy writes:
>>just a minute ago, tony wrote that he got a flame
>> >
>>  > at 09:02 am 6/29/97 -0400, someone wrote:
>>  > >who cares..get a life
>>  > >
>>  > >
>>  >
>>
>>  yeah me too and it was exactly the same flame - from i am guessing the
>exact
>>
>>  same source - what a genious
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at 09:28 pm 6/29/97 -0400, you wrote:
>>> i have a question for the list:  how many people here compose
> their own music and/or record it?>>
>

well, all i have is a new black guitar, three chords, and the truth...

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this is an interesting discussion.  as a moderately hearing impaired
person, i am going to pipe up on the side of clear diction.  i dont think
that haveing any sort of american accent (as opposed to accent from
being a native speaker of a anotehr language, english not being the
primary) preculdes one from having good diction.  i honestly hadnt
noticed any big difference in diction on sots, but believe me,
good diction can make a huge difference in comprehension.  just my 2 cents.

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you know, being from southeastern kentucky here.
i thought she sounded all proper...

at 06:17 pm 6/29/97 -0400, you wrote:
>in a message dated 97-06-29 09:43:32 edt, ssteffen@blue.weeg.uiowa.edu (s.
>steffen) writes:
>
><< sherlyn i kinda agree with tony--standard "correct diction" simply cannot
> be applied in the case of amy or emily, although i admit sometimes it
> bothers me too..."i'monna cleah my head, i'm onna drink that sun..."  ;-) >>
>
>i just have to say something here.  being from the same general geographic
>location as amy & emily, i guess i never noticed em's diction.  ah tawlk lahk
>that tew.  it's a southern thing, i think.  personally, i don't feel like
>it's any kind of a big deal, poetic license aside, folks talk the way they're
>gonna talk and folks sing the way they're gonna sing, and that is just life.
> can we move on?
>
>peace, harmony & indigo,
>
>tigger, high priestess of amyism  (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
>  member - ssim yknib naf bulc
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howdy all,

we have some free tix available for wendy bucklew's show at the troubadour
in los angeles on july 3rd at 8pm.  if you'd like to go to this show, please
get in touch with us and we'll arrange to leave some tickets for you at will
call.

thanks,

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

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well, y'all, i have to agree with those of you who are in favor of em's use
of diction on sots. i think she sounds very natural and what's wrong with
that? i know people differ on opinion, but attacking emily's diction goes a
bit too far. she's lived in the south most of her life! and you know, it's
not as though we can't tell what she's saying. there are so many singers who
just scream out a bunch of words and you have no idea what they're saying.
are we gonna (notice the colloquialism) criticize country musicians for
letting their accents come through in their songs? i don't think so. leave
emily alone. she's great. she's wonderful. she's emily. let emily be emily.

jendy (whose momma has a southern accent)

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subject:      re: i'm off to atlanta!

i'd just like for y'all to see one of the kind, indigo-spirited messages i
received today regarding my post about leaving for atlanta pride and wanting
to meet up with other listees.  word of advice - if you don't want your message
posted like this, then don't send rude messages to me or other listees.

peace and let's all be nice to each other,

joan :-d

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hi all,

to everyone who responded to my question about putting specific artists in
my book, thank you so much. i never expected such a huge response. i'm
responding to all when i can since i'm at work. you have all given me loads
of food for thought and i am very grateful. thank you wonderful people!

helen - who started her book again on the weekend anyway.

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to quote my "sister" susie b......

"ok doke guys...i know that america sings 'a horse with no name" not
"mane", i just end to type fast and not read over before i send....

see, right up there.....not "i just end"...it's supposed to be "i just
tend..."

forgiveness is asked for my flying fingers....besides, isn't this one of
those times when a typo is really funny??????  ;)

heehee.  a horse with no mane....i feel dumb, but i really so know the
song title.  i am old enough to remember when it was popular,,,

peace y'all, and thanks for telling me.....  ;)

peace, love and ig-
karrie

ps.  i also decided tonight that i want to hear amy sing "100 miles" by
peter, paul and mary.  with emily singing "ooooooooohhhhh" all through it
in the background.  and, of course, harmony....  :)

nite-nite....

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>
> ps.  i also decided tonight that i want to hear amy sing "100 miles" by
> peter, paul and mary.  with emily singing "ooooooooohhhhh" all through it
> in the background.  and, of course, harmony....  :)
correction: it's "500 miles", and it's by hedy west, tho' pp&m cover it.
kirsten

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1. caramia
2. river (with em on piano instead of guitar)
3. calico skies (by paul mccartney)
4. blessed are...(by joan baez)
5. language or the kiss
6. airplane
7. high horse
8. never stop
9. woman (by john lennon, amy lead, emily harmonizing)
10. mother earth (from heart's "magazine")

encore:

1. the wood song
2. land of canaan
3. closer to fine (but only if they let me play it with them which they
probably wouldn't)

that's it!

jendy

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hey everyone...
   i'm a newbie to the ig list, but not a newbie to the girl's music. :)
i've been a fan for hmmm...5 years now.  i've been in the newsgroup for
awhile, but have decided to take the plunge into the listserv :)  so, i just
thought i'd introduce myself...
   i'm jennifer (hi) and i'm 21.  i live in oregon (any other oregonians on
the list??) and have been to a mere 3 of the girls shows.  although i have a
number of the girl's albums, i am still in the dark about boots!  i will next
see a+e on july 9th!!!!!! (i'm a bit excited :)
   anyways, it's late...i'm being incoherent...so i think i should end now.
take care everyone...
jen

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>but attacking emily's diction goes a
>bit too far.

screeching halt.....no one has attacked emily.  i believe this started with
sherlyn's long overdue review of sots (hi sherlyn--we need to have a life
update).  she stated that she didn't care for e's diction on some tunes.
we usually calls these opinions.  nobody attacked emily and let me tell you
sherlyn would be the last to do so.  she is like totally obsessed with
emily.  i mean her room is covered form wall to wall with emily snapshots
and articles.  she even has gone so far as to just cut out words from
newspapers that begin with e.  so she certainly would never even have the
ability to attack the woman (unless referring to some lyrics involving
flooping fish and scattering ;).

>are we gonna (notice the colloquialism) criticize country musicians for
>letting their accents come through in their songs? i don't think so.

actually i do think so.  country music is unlistenable due to the twang in
the voice.  a and e do not have as heavy an accent when they sing making
them more pallatable for us yankees and non us residents.  of course this
is mho and many folks on the list probably love country music (poor souls).
but the thought of garth brooks or clint black make me want to listen to
just about anything else (even michael bolton).  this could be considered
an attack on country music whereas sherlyn stated an opinion.  just
demonstrating the difference :)

> leave
>emily alone. she's great. she's wonderful. she's emily. let emily be emily.

leave sherlyn alone.  she's great.  she's wonderful.  she's sherlyn.  let
sherlyn be sherlyn.

>jendy (whose momma has a southern accent)

greg (whose momma doesn't have a southern accent)

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i think the second one had a little bit more like 2 more words  i can see
the book now chat one get a life chapter two get a life etc etc

on sun, 29 jun 1997, da chickenman wrote:

> at 08:56 am 6/30/97 +1000, sandy wrote:
>
> >yeah me too and it was exactly the same flame - from i am guessing the exact
> >same source - what a genious they can't even come up with an original flame
> >- don't know about you tony but i think i deserve my own personal flame -
> >not just a standard issue one.
>
> and then mark anthony donajkowski wrote:
> i got the same thing twice chickan man
>
> hi sandy and mark!
>
>         rotflol! :) :)
>
>         i hope that person can put a little more imagination into writing
> her book! ;)
>
> cool runnings~
> tony :)
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hey everyone,

the feeling i'm getting from some of the more vociferous emily
defenders on this list is that i must somehow be a bad person
because i've dared to criticise emily in any way.

well, i'm sorry, but i reject this.

yes, i do agree that emily has more talent in her left pinkie
fingernail than just about anybody else on this earth.

yes, other artists regularly release albums with poor diction
and/or unintelligible lyrics.  in fact one of the worse examples
of this is one of my own countrymen, james reyne from australian
crawl.  i've never been able to understand a single word he
sings, australian accent or no.

yes, emily's an american and a southerner and both she and amy
sing like americans and southerners.  try singing "nashville"
in an australian accent and see how ridiculous it sounds.  this
is why i sing in a southern accent when i'm singing along with
ig albums and i bet other australians and english people etc
do too.  (side note: there's quite a tradition of playing up
the southern twang in country music; there isn't really any
such tradition in folk or rock or pop or whatever the heck
category ig are in now.)

however, in my opinion, emily's diction on "shaming of the sun",
except for in "get out the map", is generally not what it's been
on previous albums.  that's just my opinion - it's not right,
it's not wrong, it's just what i think.  she's a southerner,
she's an american, she's brilliant (but not necessarily
infallible)... and i think her diction could have been better.
this is all i'm saying.  i'm not attacking her, i'm just stating
my opinion (yes, there is a difference).

and, as i race off to get to the bank before it closes, i hereby
swear that this is the last will hear on this matter from me.
aren't you glad? :)
sherlyn
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     those years are lines of colour on my face;
     my past is warpaint."   - happy rhodes

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here's my list everyone:
(did anyone besides me notice that there has been many more amy songs that
emily songs on these lists?- i'm a culprit myself...hehe)

1.  mystery
2.  pushing the needle too far
3.  left me a fool (my heart will melt at this point)
4.  chickenman (with a really cool soc- yeah!!!)
5.  least complicated
6.  center stage (do they ever perform this live? if so, anyone who has a
boot
      must email me!!!)
7.  reunion
8.  watershed
9.  scooter boys
10.  chiapas bound

encore:
1. virginia woolfe
2.  the queen and the soldier- suzanne vega (amy solo)
3.  don't give that girl a gun (afterwards i will give amy a big fat hug and
dry her
      tears...)
and then by special request from the audience (umm...me) -finlandia

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hi everyone,

i just thought one thing should be pointed out in all this diction stuff
that doesn't seem to have been taken into consideration yet. sherlyn, like
me, is an aussie. not that i've met her to know the specifics of her accent
but as there are really only minor differences between the way most
australians speak, i can pretty safely guess that she speaks like i do.
fairly middle of the road australian accent. i'm not sure how the southern
accent sounds to say, someone from la or new york, but to our ears it's
pretty obvious that it's different to the kind of accents we normally hear
on the vast amounts of american tv we get here in australia. now that i'm
writing this i'm not even sure of the point i was making.....maybe someone
can stop me from drowning here....ok yeah i agree that a southern accent
can sound kinda sloppy, lots of ds instead of ts and stuff but then i don't
see a lot wrong with that from time to time. we all know what it means
right? i know australians who speak less clearly than that....so the point
i'm trying to make, i think, is that yes sherlyn, it would be nice to have
better diction but thank god for lyrics being printed on the cd right? on
the other hand, it makes the world a more colourful place to have everyone
singing the way they speak.

i feel confused by my own thoughts now...

helen

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salutations kf's~

        i kinda started this crap about sherlyn's comments, but i don't
believe sherlyn intended bad will towards emily, nor did i intend bad
feelings against sherlyn.  in fact, although i've never met sherlyn, i think
she is *most awesome* b/c of her faq's, ig list polls, in addition to, her
volunteering to be the assistant "list meistress" (having previously served
in the *supreme* capacity), for among other reasons...
        yet, i admit, i thought sherlyn's comments on emily's diction were a
bit overboard, so i stated my opinion... *i* may have gone overboard in the
last sentence of my post... if so..., i apologize sherlyn!
        but i think the point has been brought out that emily *is* just
emily...and isn't that good enough!??
        that's why i love the indigo girls sooooooooo much!@!  they are just
themselves and this truth comes across in their music, so why ask them to be
anything other then who they are???

"i yam who i yam and that's all that i yam"~
popeye, the sailor man
tony ;)

p.s.  thanks to jude shabry, the *much* overlooked list meistress!!!!!!

at 12:47 am 6/30/97 -0600, you wrote:
>>but attacking emily's diction goes a
>>bit too far.
>
>screeching halt.....no one has attacked emily.  i believe this started with
>sherlyn's long overdue review of sots (hi sherlyn--we need to have a life
>update).  she stated that she didn't care for e's diction on some tunes.
>we usually calls these opinions.  nobody attacked emily and let me tell you
>sherlyn would be the last to do so.  she is like totally obsessed with
>emily.  i mean her room is covered form wall to wall with emily snapshots
>and articles.  she even has gone so far as to just cut out words from
>newspapers that begin with e.  so she certainly would never even have the
>ability to attack the woman (unless referring to some lyrics involving
>flooping fish and scattering ;).
>
>>are we gonna (notice the colloquialism) criticize country musicians for
>>letting their accents come through in their songs? i don't think so.
>
>actually i do think so.  country music is unlistenable due to the twang in
>the voice.  a and e do not have as heavy an accent when they sing making
>them more pallatable for us yankees and non us residents.  of course this
>is mho and many folks on the list probably love country music (poor souls).
>but the thought of garth brooks or clint black make me want to listen to
>just about anything else (even michael bolton).  this could be considered
>an attack on country music whereas sherlyn stated an opinion.  just
>demonstrating the difference :)
>
>> leave
>>emily alone. she's great. she's wonderful. she's emily. let emily be emily.
>
>leave sherlyn alone.  she's great.  she's wonderful.  she's sherlyn.  let
>sherlyn be sherlyn.
>
>>jendy (whose momma has a southern accent)
>
>greg (whose momma doesn't have a southern accent)

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hey y'all,

just de-lurking 'cause i thought this was suitable topic to use to
introduce myself.

i am an aussie and i too am a musician who has been greatly
inspired/influenced by the igs over the years and i currently play in a
duet that is vaguely based on the same principles as the girls - two girls,
two guitars, two voices ...and a few special guests whenever we can con
them into joining us on stage with either a harmonica or violin. but i'd
give my eye teeth to have a regular bass player like sarah lee with us
full-time.

i've got a few guitars, but none are black......mostly 'cause i prefer the
sound from guitars with a more natural finish.

although, when i was about 14, i bought my first electric guitar, a ibanez
copy of the gibson les paul  -- and it was black and had beautiful action
on the fret board. i often regret the day i sold it (about 15 years ago),
cause i was short on the rent ! never, ever sell your instruments for
purely financial reasons. it's an empty transaction with little spiritual
reward  :-{

btw - first time i heard of the girls was in 1989 when ctf got airplay here
in melbourne on an extremely conservative government run radio
station...the next day, i found the self-titled album and an import of
strange fire (both on vinyl) and haven't looked back since! experienced two
concerts at the palais theatre here in melbourne back in 1995, with the
girls and sarah lee - it was once of the biggest buzzes of my musical life.
and when they played least complicated in different positions, it cleared
up a long running feud i'd had going with my guitar partner - whether they
played it in g or a. that night, we found out they play it in both!!!

happy continued concert going to you lucky north americans experiencing the
sots and lillith fair tours :-) and hi ! to sandy, who is *very* kindly
providing me with a copy of the ppv concert. from what i can tell so far,
you igs list people are warm, welcoming and generous :-)

lisa b.

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back as much as i need and still have the will to live" - a. ray

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okay, not to make a big deal of this, but people keep saying emily's
pronunciation is a southern thing, but it's not.  the things sherlyn
specifically mentioned, like letter sounding like ledder, or better like
bedder are absolutely standard american english pronunciations.

it's one of the ways american english differs from british, and presumably
australian - we have a rule that turns both the t and the d consonants in
the middle of words into something called a "flap" which is made by the
tongue striking the roof of the mouth once very fast.  the words "better"
and "bedder" are phonetically identical in normal pronunciation except
that the "e" vowel (the first one) is longer in "bedder" than it is in
"better".  it's wrong in american english to fully pronounce the "t"
sound - unless you are over emphasizing it for clarity or effect, like if
you said "i didn't say "bedder", i said "be-ter".  from memory, i think
emily actually over-enunciates at some point in burn all the letters, so
it's le-ters, but that sort of thing is normal in singing.  however when
she doesn't do it, it's absolutely correct for all american english.

trust me -- i have a masters degree .... in science!

now, why they mispronounce "spokane" or "perverts", leave in a screwed up
pronunciation of "languageless"  and can't spell bazouki or cornet is
beyond the power of science to explain....

plus the digipak design sucks, have i mentioned that lately?

alison, who has frankly gone back to listening to 1200 curfews

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

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hey again everyone,

(and now, on to a completely different subject.)

just to let all interested parties know that the greater
sydney area listgather looks like it's set to go for
lunch in bowral, on sunday, july 13th (not the 20th).
it will be at an italian restaurant; we'll get all the
details of address, directions etc sorted out and let
everyone who's coming when and how to get there.  and if
there are any lurkers out there in the general vicinity,
please feel free to come along!  yay.

more details soon, folks,
sherlyn

ps - jk, sorry, we can't do the 20th after all...  can
you bring your cousin along or something?
pps - madeline, you rock.  i'll mail you in a second...
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= sherlyn koo - sherlyn@fl.net.au =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
    "don't try to tell me there's no reason for
     any moment in time, every memory of mine.
     those years are lines of colour on my face;
     my past is warpaint."   - happy rhodes

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bon wrote:
> i've also heard about these "indicated" tapes, which if i'm not mistaken,
> is
> a bunch of list people doing ig covers.  that would be cool to hear if
> anybody's willing.

hi all,
this is a little crazy, but i was reading the above, and i thought,
"hey, i run a recording studio. wouldn't it be cool to have some sort of
ig list gathering and record the people playing ig songs?!" i mean, we
could actually make a cd for sale to the list for a really reasonable
cost. it would take some serious organizing, but doesn't that sound
cool? let me know your opinions! and you musicians, who can travel to
indiana?
peace,
suz
http://www.suzanneglass.com

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in a message dated 97-06-29 19:42:42 edt, tony wrote:
>  i've been on this list for 7 months and i just got my *first* flame!
>  i'm so excited! :)  well, truly, it wasn't much of a flame, but i guess it
>  was all the angst i could muster up....
>          but i've trying, really!! ;)
>  tony
>>  at 09:02 am 6/29/97 -0400, someone wrote:
>  >who cares..get a life

oh, i am sooooooooo jealous...i only got the <who cares> part...yf strikes
again ;)

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on 06/30/97, suzanne (the goddes) glass said:

>i run a recording studio. wouldn't it be cool to have some sort of ig
>list gathering and record the people playing ig songs?!" i mean, we could
>actually make a cd for sale to the list for a really reasonable cost. it
>would take some serious organizing, but doesn't that sound cool? let me
>know your opinions! and you musicians, who can travel to indiana?

suzanne knows she has my support in this! i love this idea. although i
doubt i would be able to make it to indianna, i still think it's a great
idea!!

-liz-

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i love to play my guitar and write music, but like others of you wrote i'm
not sure it's very good; and i only play it for special friends or my
family who will love me no matter how bad it is.

patt

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i think i am going to give up....i need a vacation....

can't type, can't post, can't read the nearly worn off print on my pp&m
tape....i don't know names from manes and singers from singers....

vacation...please.....


karrie

on mon, 30 jun 1997, kirsten chevalier wrote:

>
> >
> > ps.  i also decided tonight that i want to hear amy sing "100 miles" by
> > peter, paul and mary.  with emily singing "ooooooooohhhhh" all through it
> > in the background.  and, of course, harmony....  :)
> correction: it's "500 miles", and it's by hedy west, tho' pp&m cover it.
> kirsten
>
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> environment if it came up and bit them on the ass!"--melissa garcia  | dead! :d
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so the girls were in dallas and i don't know how to tell you how awesome
they were!

it was supercalifragilisticexplialidocious!!! they were so good! i hope to
heavens some smart person booted the show. i didn't.

they played some new stuff (get out the map, shame on you, caramia, shed
your skin, cut it out-intense! leeds, etiot, and scooter boys with the
chickenman transition which was awesome!) but they played a lot of oldies
too. started out with strange fire which was very good. the oldies they
played were bmhawk, three hits, crazy game, galileo, closer to fine ...hmm
blanking out. amy did redemption. i adore bob marley, but i like her
version too. hopefully someone will post a better set list than this.

the audience was fantastic (though they did cheer during the "texas" part
of leeds). a&e came out looking exhausted, sweaty (my binocs told me so),
and having to deal june bugs. but the audience sang and danced when they
should have, and sat in awed quiet when they should have, and during the
sing-alongs, it quickly became obvious that the audience knew more than
just the usual lines on the usual songs. i don't think i was the only one
who knew all the words to every song. if you listened carefully, you could
hear the sibilant sounds at the end of their lines which told me other
voices were at work. during leeds, some drunken part of the audience tried
to do ulali. they failed. miserably. but that was the only real bad thing
the audience did.

it was david's (from lift) birthday, and what they did made me realize how
sweet they can be. amy got this plastic parrot on a perch as a gift. it
intrigued her because she was sure she was suppose to do something to it.
so she looks around, finds one piece of pipe sticking out and goes "do i
blow into this thing?? i am not enough of a seasoned texan to know how this
thing works!" em suggested giving it to david because it was his birthday.
then sully and someone else brought candles to the stage, and the band and
the audience all sang happy birthday to david. how many other artists would
take the time to do that?

a&e were quite surprised by the response. em said as much. said they were
really surprised (duh!) and then said i don't know why, but we are
surprised. amy said that in a big place like that, it was hard to get a
feel for the audience (or words to that effect), but "you'll have really
brought it together and made it work". after the reception they got at will
rogers last time, i was so glad to see such respect shown for them.

fashion rep: josh segal dyed his hair blond (dark looks better). amy wore
light blue jeans and a blue shirt with stripes and roses on it and emily
wore black jeans and a black long-sleeved shirt. the shirt was faded, but
the overall look wasn't bad. jerry did not wear a dress. sara wore a black
tank-top and white pants .btw texas tickets must have lost mucho dinero.
the scalpers had to sell at cost, and several seats (which i knew for a
fact they had bought) were empty. this will learn 'em!

but on a 'wow" note, this concert made amy's branching out and her growth
as a musician very obvious to me. em too, of course, has learnt a lot of
new instruments and grown that way. but amy's biggest change seems to be in
her "musicality" as she would put it. that scooter-boys/chickenman thing
was awesome, mainly because once she played the music that would allow the
transition, you could hear the similarity, but it was not at all obvious
(to me at least) how one song could lead into the other. she did a lot of
improvisation, played really hard, and you wondered where all the energy
kept coming back from. her guitar tech-boy i would hate to be him-was kept
running (3 broken strings, one time not plugged in, another time who knows
what? all we could see was amy motioning to him furiously while singing a
solo at the mic, but he was trying to fix the string she just broke!). she
was great. they all were.

now if someone will tell me they booted the show, i can die happy.

urvashi u.pitre@tcu.edu

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hey, wait, are all you vocalists trying to tell me that when you say the word
"later" it's
not pronounced "lader"???  i guess "what are you doing" is supposed to be
pronounced in seperate words to.  or my personal favorite, which now occurs
to me to actually be incorrect, is "did you eat", which is pronounced, of
course, "d'jeat".  i'm from kentucky, and we just don't have time to sound
everything out.   not that we're busy doing anything else.

thesfc

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i wanted to write and thank all those who participated in the gift of time
project. the final certificates were made on friday night (er.. early sat.
morning at 2 am really). i have made 2 certificates, one each for a&e. they
are framed and ready to go, and are awaiting an accompanying letter. i will
take pictures and then perhaps some kind soul can scan it and put it on a
web-site.

meanwhile, here is a (tedious) verbal description. size after framing and
matting turned out to be 16x 20. the basic graphic was four pillars (blue
and black), each with a silhouette of a person standing on them, bathed in
yellow light (sort of like a flame). on top of one, written was "don't let
go, just plant the seeds and watch them grow". on the other, it said ""we
stand like spotlights in a mighty tower.  all for one and one for all, then
we sing the common call" . at the bottom, outline drawings of two women
kneeling while holding lit prayer lamps. underneath the women, a line
saying "i make an offering of love". in the middle, a globe, which was
actually turned into a clock by putting numbers on the side. a line of
musical score on the globe. the hands of the clock were a hammer and a
nail. on it was written,  "my life is part of the global life".  on the
front left pillar, all our names in yellow, the right front pillar
contained names of the organizations, and the back two pillars contained
the city and states where our work was done. it looked pretty spiffy.

i am very proud of us. together, we managed to donate two thousand two
hundred and fourteen hours (2214)!!! our work has affected people of all
age groups, genders, race, nationality, and sexual orientation. this is
also true of all of who volunteered. the project was implemented all across
america and in australia as well as the philippines. a variety of
organizations benefited as a result of this project. some of the letters i
have received have made it clear to me that all of us benefited from the
project as well. you are kind, loving, caring people, and i wish you
blessed lives.

thank you all for participating, for working, and for helping. notice our
subject lines? got:done!! sure did, didn't it?

urvashi u.pitre@tcu.edu

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subject:      ig in texas...whatta week!

hey all-
i am just recovering from an indigo week!  saw a & e @ the woodlands on6/25
and then again in austin on 6/27 .  needless to say  and in the words of
julie clark (bassist for lift) i was very enthusiastic! i guess she could
tell by the big " i love you" i yelled <big grin>she just has a smile that
can melt your heart!! :)

had a superb time w/ tony, lisa, lisa, trant, amy, linda, and all others
that i met as well.  hi guys! trant thanks again for letting us crash at
your place. lisa & lisa & tony thanks for taking such good care of me!!i
think i needed all the help i could get in austin.  on the road to
austin................................

now,  i am suffering from an indigo "let down" because i know i won't be
seeing them for awhile and i feel kinda sad.  but i am glad i have the list
and  y'all to keep in indigoreality!

have a good y'all
dig the underground!!!!!!

peace, love and all things indigo
kris lewis

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on sat, 28 jun 1997 12:18, someone wrote me (in response to my "ellen &
ricky lake" joke - which i admitted was in poor taste):

>who cares get a life

so at first i thought, wow, my first legitimate flame (although a fairly
lame effort - i expected more from a *writer*;).  and now i find that other
listees were the recipients of much the same flame!  oh well.

and now for some igc.... on sunday i heard hey kind friend on kmtt, and
shortly after they played a new song by dar williams - something like, "if
i wrote you", don't really remember the title.  anyway it was cool to hear
those.

have a spiffy day!
betsy

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

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i've heard alot of people rag on the new disc.  saying that it is not
what they are used to...well, that is one of the beautiful things.  i
think that the creativity that they are showing with use of electric
guitars on the new disc is wonderful...i also think that their
songwriting is pretty much at it's best

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my earlier post mentioned the certificates. what i did not mention was that
the whole thing cost about $100 to make, copy, and frame, and i assume
postage will be at least $25-$30. i would gladly accept small donations to
defray that cost from anyone who cares to help. i will be leaving the
country soon, so please communicate with lilmarcia@juno.com if you are
sending some money. as soon as we recoup our costs, she will email the list
to let you know. if we get more than what we paid, marcia will send the
extra money to billing's house care of mandi, on behalf of the gift of time
volunteers.  sorry, i feel awkward doing this,  to ask but it was a lot
more than i thought it would be!

thanks!

urvashi u.pitre@tcu.edu

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hi.  i'm new to the mailing list, but i have loved the indigo girls for
over four years now.  i've recently got the new album, shaming of the
sun, and i absolutely love it.  it's kind of unique compared to other ig
albums in my opinion.  i'm waiting and hoping that they will do a
concert near me soon.  well, take care.

sharon

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subject:      nigc lisa lisa

hi,
please excuse the waste of the bandwidth.  lisa johnson and lisa cuevas
could you please email privately.  i need your email address, please.....
now back to your ig listserv
kris lewis

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subject:      re: on diction

in a message dated 97-06-30 10:50:15 edt, thesfc@aol.com (the sfc) writes:

<< hey, wait, are all you vocalists trying to tell me that when you say the
word
"later" it's
not pronounced "lader"???  i guess "what are you doing" is supposed to be
pronounced in seperate words to.  or my personal favorite, which now occurs
to me to actually be incorrect, is "did you eat", which is pronounced, of
course, "d'jeat".  i'm from kentucky, and we just don't have time to sound
everything out.   not that we're busy doing anything else.

thesfc
  >>

and if you're from noo yawk like me, everything is so esspensive it cawsts a
nominal egg.

of course this means that eveything is so expensive it costs an arm and a
leg.

karen

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subject:      re: my last word on emily's diction

sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au> wrote:

> > yes, emily's an american and a southerner and both she and amy
> > sing like americans and southerners.  try singing "nashville"
> > in an australian accent and see how ridiculous it sounds.  this
> > is why i sing in a southern accent when i'm singing along with
> > ig albums and i bet other australians and english people etc
> > do too.  (side note: there's quite a tradition of playing up
> > the southern twang in country music; there isn't really any
> > such tradition in folk or rock or pop or whatever the heck
> > category ig are in now.)

hey, this is fun!  can i suggest some other accents we can make emily
sing in?  how about a mockney accent as per eastenders:

* emily could sing "be'er" <glottal stop> instead of better and
  "la'er" instead of "later";
* the girls could sing: "c'mon people now, smile on your bruvver"
* the girls could say "fanks!" after all their songs.

or maybe coronation street? i can't even imagine it! =:o

anyway, after living in four countries (us, uk, france, switzerland),
including three regions of the us, and hearing a myriad of regional
accents in both english and french, i can definitively say:

everyone talks funny!

that includes everyone on this list. 'nuff said.
cheers,y'all

kate

p.s. thanks in advance, but i already have a life, better hold on to
that one in case you need it.


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on sun, 29 jun 1997, karen johanns wrote:

> a private concert by amy & emily in my living room? sounds great, but first
> i'll have to clean up, brew some iced tea and buy some beer in case they get
> thirsty. anyone know what brand they prefer? if no one can tell me, it'll be
> anchor steam.

  rolling rock.  they had a huge case of it when they signed cd's at tower
records on their swamp ophelia tour.

amy

a huuuge case...as in economy sized!  ;)

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hi, as much as i hate to do this, i have to sell my tickets for the la
show on july 2.  i realize is is short notice, but i just can't miss work
to go down there.

the seats are row g.  7:30 pm, at the greek in la.  if you want them, i'll
sell them for what i paid.  35$, and i'll priority mail them to you at my
own expense.

ugh, it hurts, but i hope someone gets to use em.

wendell

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sorry, i forgot to mention that i have 2 tickets.

wendell

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hmm...seems remarkably similar to the flame i got.  not only is this
person rude, but lacks originality as well, eh tony?  i guess we're
together in our common bond of angst-mustering!  =)
amy
oh, by the way, who all is going to the nashville lilith fair?
on sun, 29 jun 1997, da chickenman wrote:

> hey y'all~
>
>         i've been on this list for 7 months and i just got my *first* flame!
> i'm so excited! :)  well, truly, it wasn't much of a flame, but i guess it
> was all the angst i could muster up....
>         but i've trying, really!! ;)
>
> tony
>
>
> at 09:02 am 6/29/97 -0400, someone wrote:
> >who cares..get a life
> >
> >
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oh my goddess here we go again...i posted before i read this one.  what a
coincidence indeed.  i guess we don't rank for individual hate mail.
and i thought i'd have to be famous before i received *any* hate mail!
silly me!  =p
amy

on mon, 30 jun 1997, sandy indlekofer-o'sullivan wrote:

> just a minute ago, tony wrote that he got a flame
>
> >
> > at 09:02 am 6/29/97 -0400, someone wrote:
> > >who cares..get a life
> > >
> > >
> >
>
> yeah me too and it was exactly the same flame - from i am guessing the exact
>
> same source - what a genious they can't even come up with an original flame
> - don't know about you tony but i think i deserve my own personal flame -
> not
> just a standard issue one.
>
> hmmmm,
> sandy
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hey, the flames are far-reaching!  somebody get a hose!
amy
hose 'er down, ya'll!!!

on sun, 29 jun 1997, angela sasser wrote:

> do you people know, i got the same thing too.
> wow, it made me wonder if anyone out there really didn't like black guitars....
> (since i wrote about one)
>
> at 07:43 pm 6/29/97 -0400, you wrote:
> >make that three of us...hmmmm...looks as if we're all knee deep in love and
> >generosity this time around, eh?
> >erin
> >       *
> >
> >in a message dated 97-06-29 19:01:16 edt, sandy writes:
> >>just a minute ago, tony wrote that he got a flame
> >> >
> >>  > at 09:02 am 6/29/97 -0400, someone wrote:
> >>  > >who cares..get a life
> >>  > >
> >>  > >
> >>  >
> >>
> >>  yeah me too and it was exactly the same flame - from i am guessing the
> >exact
> >>
> >>  same source - what a genious
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hi, sorry for the bw but i was wondering by any chance if someone taped the
girls performance on the world cafe public radio today?  if so i would love
to get a copy, i would be wiling to trade boots, send a tape, etc,????  if
you're interested please email me privately, thanks.

take care -
annie

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rolling rock ???

hopefully this is not a&e's favorite beer, or favorite lager for that
matter... maybe it was a gift for that small event or just conveniently
there???

it could be though, and if it is, i might have to buy myself a case... but i
like that anchor steam idea a little better.... maybe something like a pete's
wicked summer brew or something, or maybe the red micro-ale from the
atlanta beer garten.... i'm sure they've been there......

if i were a&e (oh god help us), i would have guinness all the time
(straight from ireland of course!*#!).....

..............................
besides this mumbo jumbo babbling.......
when the ig have this "private" party, let's define "private" as
list-members???
bad idea????? - i hope not, besides the fact that it will no longer be in
someone's living room (next to the tv) and it might ruin the whole point of
the thread.......

but hey, these words i'm spewin' are only opinions?   right???

btw, imho regardin' "mon private sortie" :::::::::o)

1. world falls
2. hey jesus (it's me)
3. romeo & juliet (they would re-learn the words for me)
4. airplane
5. pushing the needle too far
6. hey kind friend
7. fugitive
8. prince of darkness
9. uncle john's band
10. joking

e:
wild horses (w/ mm)
get out the map
midnight train to georgia
closer to fine (i just had to!)

thanks for listening !!!!!!

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hey jesus, it's me, i'm sorry
.......to get a chance to talk to you,
face to face..............
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
mkc

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does anyone have an extra ticket to the seattle show on either saturday or
sunday night (july 12 or 13th)?  i would definitely be interested.  i
(most certainly) took care of myself when tickets went on sale, but a
friend wants to join me to one of these two shows.

please let me know if you have an extra ticket you'd be willing to sell
her.

thanks,

melissa
anderson@biostat.washington.edu

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hey guys,

i was hoping you might be able to help me. i'm trying to find the owners
of a boot of the austin show. there were a couple of girls taping the show
on friday and they drop their recorder in front of the security guard during
"chickenman". the guard took the tape and busted it. after the show, i picked
up the busted tape and put the pecies in my pocket. saturday i rolled the
tape into another cassette. it has been spliced in 2 places, but it works
fine. it is a fair boot since they were sitting right infront of the speaker.

so, i'm trying to find these young ladies. both where young, collage age,
slender and actractive. one had short light brown hair, and the other had
long bleached blonde, almost white, hair. if you live in austin and/or
know these girls, please let them know i have there boot and am trying to
return it to them.

thanks for you time,

trant

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hello kind friends,

yes, i too am a singer/songwriter/guitar player who is heavily
influenced by the girls.  to be honest i'm really a singer/bassist
who plays a tiny bit of guitar and writes a little, but we can all
aspire to indigogirl-ness, can't we?  like liz i think i'd have
trouble getting out to indiana, but if anyone within a couple of
hours of washington, d.c. wants to get together i'd be all for it.

thanks y'all,

mark

"up on the watershed, standing at a fork in the road,...."

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hello...no, my subject line isn't about diction or any other controversial
topic...i'm talkin' 'bout the song "i don't wanna talk abouut it".  i
never, ever read about it on here, and i'm listening to it right now, and
i'm just reminded how freaking good i think it is.

any thoughts?  anyone like/dislike it?  if you haven't heard it, it's on
the "philadelphia" soundtrack, and if you can find it used, it's a good
thing.

have fun and have a happy fourth!

justin

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a lot better if everyone put
little hats on their pet monkeys.

before that can happen,
everyone has to
get pet monkeys.

first thing's first.
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can i just say one thing here..
trant, not only did you go out of your way for
the multitudes for the ppv thing, but
man o man you are just awesome for fixing a
boot for unknown strangers...

this is what i love about the people on this list
they are genuine, nice, and just good people...
*sigh, enough of my gushing
and trant, i hope you find them

l'anj

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        hello,

        i just had a happy little discovery at my local cd shop.  i
walked in intending to buy sots, and found it for $11.  as if that
wasn't nice enough, i also found swamp ophelia in near-mint condition
(used) for $6.  so, i bought them both (along with a new neil young
double-cd also for $12!).  so, 4 great cd's for a total of $29.
couldn't believe it.  just thought i'd share...  =)

        p.s.  swamp ophelia has a cool cover.  nice cubist effects.

        ttyl,
        mike feeney             "...tangled up in blue..."

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in a message dated 97-06-30 12:47:47 edt, stu6361@sun.cc.westga.edu (amy
cason) writes:

<<  rolling rock.  they had a huge case of it when they signed cd's at tower
records on their swamp ophelia tour.

amy

a huuuge case...as in economy sized!  ;) >>

excellent! my favorite lager! the more i find out about amy & emily, the more
i like them!

karen

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guys,

the last of the ig-ppv tapes went out today, most of you should already have
your copies. everything except the tapes going to canada went priority mail,
so if you don't not have your copy by tuesday the 8th, something went wrong.
if you don't have your copy by tuesday, please contact me and i'll replace
the tape for you. also, let me know if there are any bad copies out there
and i'll replace those as well.

just a reminder, sandy at sandy@pop.uow.edu.au is handling the pal
conversion branch so contact her if you have any pal questions.

let me know if there are any problems,

cya,

trant

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trant, you rock!  thanks for all your hard work on those tapes.  us folks
out in indigoland appreciate it!

>guys,
>
>the last of the ig-ppv tapes went out today, most of you should already have
>your copies. everything except the tapes going to canada went priority mail,
>so if you don't not have your copy by tuesday the 8th, something went wrong.
>if you don't have your copy by tuesday, please contact me and i'll replace
>the tape for you. also, let me know if there are any bad copies out there
>and i'll replace those as well.
>
>just a reminder, sandy at sandy@pop.uow.edu.au is handling the pal
>conversion branch so contact her if you have any pal questions.
>
>let me know if there are any problems,
>
>cya,
>
>trant
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and lo there came the day when anthony open the great book of flames and
to those who flamed he read chapter one get a life and many fell by the
wayside though a few of the flamers were die hard and had not heard the
whole thing for they were listening to the indigo girls and to their own
self rightous whinning and so anthony after hearing from the few remaining
flamers turned the page in the great book of flames to chapter and and
promptly read who cares and even those who had on the great tanks of wind
baggious and were of the self rightous handyness were laid low with things
quiet anthony closed the great book of flames and proceeded to have a
indigo day safe in the knowledge that those of idiot intent were soundly
silenced...

the end<g>

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hey all,
i'd be up for the trip to indiana.  i play a little guitar and bass.
however,  i'm not very good and i've only played infront of my roommates.
i have a car, and if all works out, would be willing to give some people a
ride.  (i'd either be leaving from oregon on california).

java

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a quick question,

can someone please remind me who was the opening act for the new mexico
and arizona dates on the demo tour?

thanks in advance,
  harry a. keates
  email: hak@crai.com

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here it is:

1) nashville
2) blood and fire
3) watershed
4) left me a fool
5) hey jesus
6) romeo and juliet
7) you and me of the 10,000 wars
8) land of caanan
9) virginia woolfe
10) reunion


thanks, peace, love, and indigo
                                whit

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we are family foundation has launched its web site.
please take a look and offer your comments and suggestions to
info-wearefam@pridemail.com

http://www.pridemail.com/wearefam/index.html

we are family is a voice of informed straight and gay people
who have chosen to love and support our gay relatives and friends
by working to spread truth about homosexuality.
our focus is on young people because they generally feel so desperately alone.


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it took me a while to think of it, but here it is....

1.watershed
2.hammer and a nail
3.boulder river (by chris & johnny - 2 guys in mn - harmonies to die for!)
4.blood & fire
5.world falls
6.tangled up in blue
7.it's allright (kristen hall - not to be confused with ia from sots -
        and, emily already sings on this...how 'bout them both?)
8.strange fire
9.wood song
10. kid fears - michael stipe would have to be there, too....

and for the encore....
you must be crazy for me (melissa etheridge - yeah, it's a bit of
        branching out, but can you just _imagine_ amy singing this?  wow.

peace

sarah
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i look back on my life
and i have a good laugh..."
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date:         mon, 30 jun 1997 16:28:55 -0500
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well now that it is all over, i  thought i'd give my thoughts on the texas
shows.  i had 5th row in houston, 7th row in austin on 6/26 and 4th row in
austin on 6/27.  on saturday karen r and gail from scotland were getting
ready to head to dallas.  they had been staying with sue and i in austin.
as we sat there sadly watching them go --- we said "what the hell" and we
were on our way.  we figured we would just get lawn seats, but as we were
driving into the starplex in dallas, there was a guy on the side of the
road selling tickets.  he had 4th row center, $40.  sold.   so now i can
give a texas review.  all 4 shows were different and fresh.  the houston
show was good, but most of the crowd was a bummer as i had mentioned last
week.  the first austin show was wonderful.  it was not sold out, but there
was a nice size crowd.  you could just tell the girls were having a good
time.  the audience was having an experience all together.  the second
austin show was great too.  the backyard was about to explode.  the place
was packed and the girls rocked.  i had talked a friend of mine and her
husband into going, even though they had none of their music.  they just
had to see what kept calling me to their show i guess.  they loved it, i'm
happy to report.  i missed josh & his violin the second night.  amy said he
had to do something with his band the borrowers.  amy was really rocking
friday night and could not keep the smile off her face.  emily just
couldn't have sounded better.  in dallas on saturday - josh was back.  they
really sounded great.  the crowd was a lot better than i expected.   this
show and the 1st night in austin were the best.  i'm not sure why - but
they were.  the only song they did not play off the new album any night was
'burn all the letters'.    it was great to hear some old tunes.  they
opened w/strange fire in dallas, and it sounded incredible.  i could go on
& on about each song, but i'll stop now with a big smile on my face.   so
as of the dallas show, sue and i have seen them 21 times.  either with
there band or by themselves we have never been disappointed. can't wait to
hear where the honor the earth tour is going to be, so we can plan a
vacation.    bye all.

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who's to say what kind of diction is "right"?  i know the southern drawl
can be immensely annoying sometimes (coming from a former northerner
living in raleigh nc), but to southerners, it's proper diction to -them-.
also, amy doesn't have the greatest enunciation either, i was noticing
during soy.


khw

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ok, i made the original post and didn't get much of a response (much less
the discussion and/or flames that everyone else got )  =(  just kidding.
i really would just like some info about the dates of these shows.  is
everyone signed off for the summer? bueller?
here goes again

hi everyone

just got a video tape from anthony and we (well really, me - the anal one)
would love it if some of you know the exact broadcast dates of some
appearances. (please don't ask for a trade from me, as i just finished
teaching so i no longer have the video dubbing access until september).

letterman (1990?) performing hammer and a nail
arts and entertainment review (1990?) performing hammer and a nail
some live show (summerfest?) broadcast on a&e performing ctf and american tune
good morning america performing galileo
letterman performing i don't wanna talk about it
cnn morning news performing dead man's hill (april 22 1994?)
latenight with conan obrian (6/94?) performing touch me fall
letterman (6/28 or 29 or 30 1994?) performing least complicated

lori

ps if anyone is going to lillith in toronto, could you please email me. thanks!


"this could be the saddest dusk i've ever seen turn to a miracle"
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subject:      indicated iv...!

okay, in light of the numerous postings concerning indigo covers and artists
on this lists, i am proud to announce that i will take a bold step and try my
best to arrange an indicated iv. i'm not sure how this was done in the past,
since the first three tapes were arranged before my time on this list (i have
a copy of iii, would be eternally greatful to anyone who could send me a copy
of i and ii) but i have the necessary equipment--actually a mixer and a
really nice stereo with high speed dubbing and tons upon tons of blank tapes.

okay, here's my plan....

anyone who wants to contribute should first email me with the song(s) they
propose to cover, in order to avoid repeats, songs will come on a first come
first serve basis and i will post them to the list at regular
intervals...well, certainly we can have repeats, just not 501 closer to
fines, ya know..also, so i know how many songs/artists i have in order to
choose the correct length (60/90/120) of tape

after receiving my confirmation, play away...be creative, interpret the songs
individually (i do a neat rendition of kid fears...solo...it causes me quite
an idenity crisis...am i amy, emily, michael...or michael, amy, emily??)
recordings need not be professionally done, just try and keep fuzz, backround
noise, and the like to a minimum

everyone who contributes will receive a free tape, no strings attached (yes,
i have many blank tapes lurking in my room) the rest will be available via
trading of boots and the like (i don't have it in my heart to charge!)

i have a couple list members who offered me some help with this, if anyone
else wants to contribute, feel free to contact me

otherwise, thanks ya'll--happy composing!

celeste

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hi everyone!

if anybody's still interested in the chords and tab for eiiot, please check
out what i have come up with at

http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/kathrinsiegmund/

it's my first *real* tab, i.e. complete with fingerpicking pattern and
stuff, so it might not be the *ultimate* thing; but i think you can
probably play it, sing to it and have somebody recognize the song
(hopefully without your dog starting to howl along) ;-).

if you think it's crap, tell me so and tell me also, how you're playing
it:-).

peace and
take care.

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mike feeney wrote
>
>         i have a question for the list:  how many people here compose
> their own music and/or record it?  i have a little pet project turning
> in my head but it's not planned out enough to announce it yet.  =)
>

i wrote my first song on the guitar (only 4 chords were use...).  i used a
poem that i wrote a while ago, and just started playing...and well, it's
not the best, but i'm trying...... =) (it was a full moon, too, and i felt
very inspired...almost cried my eyes out!)

and no, i'm not a kid!  i'm just slow on the music aspect....of
.....music.=)
that's all fo now!
seona
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check it out at kslu web page:
www.audionet.com
go to college radio --then to hammond la

it is a 14.4 stream -- not too many fade outs -- i have heard it many tilmes
before...


mike r.

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i liked this!

>yes, emily's an american and a southerner and both she and amy
>sing like americans and southerners.  try singing "nashville"
>in an australian accent and see how ridiculous it sounds.  this
>is why i sing in a southern accent when i'm singing along with
>ig albums and i bet other australians and english people etc
>do too.

whoohoo. i thought i mustn't be the only one. i love hearing songs sung by
australians proud of their australian accent (tiddas being a great example)
but trying to sing american songs with an australian accent is often
laughable. it'd be like singing billy bragg without the working class
british accent he has. no good at all!

helen

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hey y'all,

just wanted to do another little review of the dallas show.  it was
amazing!  my sister had had a very bad ig concert experience the last
time that she saw them, so i had to go and buy her a ticket for the
show.  she loved it!  so the ig have been redeemed in her book.  good
thing, i couldn't have her going around thinking that they didn't put on
a good show.

so, saturday night, lift was amazing!!  i loved it when they did a funky
electronic percussion plus fun lighting intro to their last song.  it
was impressive!!!  they said that the show was their last one with ig
for this tour.  :(  oh, there's an article on lift from the daily texan
that i'll post in a second.

the whole show was incredible!
highlights: (in no real order at all)
strange fire- nice opener!
three hits- with josh (now with blonde hair) on violin-great!
shed your skin-wow!  gave my sister "the chills"
power of two- audience loved it.
least complicated-loved it again
caramia-cool!  emily said that it was a "dream that she stole from
sara"  amy then said that emily now "owed her big bucks"
redemption songs (with emily on piano)- wow!!!!!
crazy game- fun suprise!  although, it got a little scary where i was
cause these two girls that were right across the aisle from me went into
the aisle i think to dance, but pretty soon it turned into a really
rough mock wrestling game.  it all turned out okay though, they returned
to their seats after one was almost thrown into the seats.  scary!

encore-
leeds- audience was really cool until the "all the way from texas to
tennessee line"  when there was cheering-ugh! so annoying.
happy birthday to dave (from lift) (everybody, audience included)- the
whole thing started when amy spotted the strange parrot contraption on
the stage.  she had no clue what to do with it.  she was like "do you
blow in it?  or do you hang it on a flagpole?"  emily then said that
they should give it to dave since it was his birthday.  the guitar techs
then came out holding candles for dave to blow out and we all sang happy
birthday.  it was fun!
bmhawk (with lift)-  woohoo!!!!  julie and sara looked like they were
having a blast in the back!
closer to fine(surprise, surprise)- julie, sara, and jerry started doing
this little chorus line dance in the back.  goofy!

the show was just fun!  everybody was smiling the whole time.  one of my
friends who isn't really into ig commented that "amy is in good mood
tonight!"  i laughed.
i think they were trying to dodge all the bug problems that the other tx
shows had.  they had a bunch of citronella candles on the stage to keep
the bugs away.  didn't help.  emily commented that "there are a bunch of
junebugs up here.  they look like little peanuts!" :)
the crowd was amazing, a&e commented that it was really intimate, and
the starplex isn't exactly known for its intimacy.

so, that's about it.  great concert.  can't wait to see them again!!!

peace,
mandi

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if anyone is interested i have 2 tickets to the san diego show tomorrow,
july 1, row 25, section d, seats 13 and 14.  i'm selling them at $25.00
apiece, face value.

if you are interested please e-mail me by tomorrow morning, 9:00 a.m.
pacific standard time.

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subject:      yougfemme

"who cares.there are dying people out there and all you can talk about is
this.get a life!"

this girl is obsessed with telling people to get lives. she needs to get one
herself and stop sending emails to harmless listees.

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hey, all, if this turns out to be a good show, however short it is...could
someone tree it...i'll volunteer as a branch.

thanks, y'll (glottal accent =)

seona
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on mon, 30 jun 1997 amcjd96@aol.com wrote:

> hi, sorry for the bw but i was wondering by any chance if someone taped the
> girls performance on the world cafe public radio today?  if so i would love
> to get a copy, i would be wiling to trade boots, send a tape, etc,????  if
> you're interested please email me privately, thanks.
>
> take care -
> annie
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my sis brought this up from austin this weekend.  thought y'all would
like it.  enjoy!

peace,
mandi

as always, no permission, all typos are mine . . .
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does anybody need a lift?
by g.m. burns-daily texan staff

while many new bands strive to be heard, lift uses a fresh and almost
brazen approach to its music.  based on uncompromising electric rhythms
and a fresh lyric style, lift's music blends moody and atmospheric
melodies, exceeding the boundaries of alternative rock sounds.
lead singer molly bancroft has formed a band that, over the years, has
been designed to reach and push the edge of its music with conviction.
says bancroft about the bands' music, "it is now less constructed and a
little more emotionally driven."  she goes on to say, " in our concerts,
we get people in a mood and kind of take them on a ride, and for songs
on our albums (like "lifelike"), we push the limit of what we can
express, by taking more risks, using experimental rhythms, and by saying
things more directly.  we avoid the usual sound that tends to be played
on the radion."
for lift, british bands are a major influence-for example, kitchens of
distinction and radio-head.  but while lift even has their own web site,
they are still covering new ground.  says bancroft, "our quest is to
keep things moving forward, focusing on our music, and having a positive
effect for our audiences."
after years of paying dues and performing in small clubs, lift is
finally gaining momentum.  they recently performed in new york city and
are currently touring with the indigo girls.  with just a little more
time, the musical momentum of this diverse and progressive band will
lift them to new heights.
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i would definately have to say rolling rock myself....unless of course there
was raspberry weed on tap!!  but hey, why have a private party when it is so
much more fun with more people to jam with?!  just a thought!!

                        -bethany

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hey everybody,
i have had a tiny snippet of this song zipping elusively around my head for a
month now: help!! what is the song that was played as the lights came up at
the wolftrap shows in may?? i think it also played after great woods. i heard
something like it the other night & someone said that what i heard was the
gipsy kings. the song in question was infectiously danceable & made it almost
ok that the concert was over...
help
help, help
-alexandra

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>maybe something like a pete's
>wicked summer brew or something, or maybe the red micro-ale from the
>atlanta beer garten.... i'm sure they've been there.
hmmm...makes me thirsty in a hot summer night. i'd offer them an oxford
raspberry wheat or some other regional ale
remember "save the ales"
marilyn

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

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

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on wed, 25 jun 1997 22:11:07 -0400, you wrote:

>i don't know if this has been metioned yet, but i just noticed in this week's
>rolling stone (issue rs 764/765).....
>the girls' new album is listed as #9 on the alternative albums' chart!
>if you missed it, it's understandable.... this issue of stone has the spice
>girls on the cover!!!!!!

the german edition as well, even got some way smelly ck one ad,... but
sots got four stars in the short reviews section, as well as k.d.s new
one and hazeldines debut.
not that bad.

georg
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ballhoop@aol.com wrote:
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>  > from: brian hirschfield <golgi@castle.net>
>  > to: moe-l@netspace.org
>  > subject: music and religion
>  > date: thursday, june 26, 1997 6:20 pm
>  >
>  > while most of the world says they believe in some sort of "god", you have
>  > to raise your eyebrow the same way you did when other people claimed
>  > there to be aliens hanging behind hale-bopp.  however, since so many
>  > people insist on this god thing, i'd say it relays some sort of human
>  need
>  > to know that we arent the most powerful things roaming around.  if you

the common held feeling on the need for god, is a need to have an answer
to the question why.  when the idea of god first appeared man new next
to nothing about his surroundings.  why does the sun shine?  because,
god willed it.  why don't the plants grow?  because, god is mad.  and
so on.  now a days it is because that is how it's always been.  and the
fact that it is comforting to most people to beleave that something is
in control.  i personally beleave in a god because it helps me make
sense of what's going on around me, and allows me to have somewhere to
turn when things aren't going right.  and, in some part it is because
i was raised roman catholic and have been going to church my whole life.
though i wouldn't call myself a serious catholic (i've problems with
certain stands of the church and have found a lot of truth in writings
on toaism and zen buddism) i still go to church at times, because it
is comforting for me to do so.

>  > go.  with this in mind, and a real reluctance to buy into the "invisible
>  > man" theory, i still have to wonder what it is that all of these people
>  > think is this superhuman thing, and why they are so sure of it, when none
>  > of them have ever substantially witnessed anything that would give them
>  > reason to believe such a thing.
>  >

this is the deffinition of the word faith.  if, you are truely interested
in this, take a class on religion, if at all possible.  not a certain
religion, but, religion in general, a world religions class if at all
possible.

>  > this leads me to a specific example.  music.  all of us here know what it
>  > feels like to blissfuly carried through the climax of mexico, or to be
>  > riding the adrenaline wave of meat, and various other instances where we
>  > have great feelings watching moe., and many other bands play.  the
>  > feelings are so strong, and unique to the particular situation, that we
>  > make it a priority to try and recreate these feelings as often as
>  > possible, by seeing the band play as often as we can, or by collecting
>  > tapes of their shows.  this becomes a culture for us.  you could call it
>  a
>  > religion.  a completely disorganized religion, where the belief is real,
>  > the feelings are real, and where everybodys experiences are completely
>  > personal.  its not the sole thing that guides us through life, like you

if you do a little research into taoism, zen, and other eastern religions
and philosophies, and then talk to the people who are moved by music,
you'll find that a 19 year old kid at a phish show can have a understanding
of the fundamentals of taoism with even knowing what it is.  why?  because
the beliefs are very basic.  at the core, there are no differences between
religions.  at the core of it, the catholic is the same as the buddist and
the jew the same as the musslim.  it is all about becoming in perfect sinc
with the controlling force.  the differences arise in how to obtain this
being in sinc.  and, even in the differences there are simularities.  the
big simularity being meditation.  every religion i've come across promtes
meditation.  western religions call it prayer though.  most people think
of meditation as sitting very still and saying things like "ohm," but in
fact meditation is simply setting your mind adrift and letting it empty
of thoughts.  i personally, have tried the sitting still method, but have
trouble empting my thoughts, on the other hand i find it very easy to
empty my head while doing mundane choirs.  a friend of mine meditates while
she runs.  the one time in my life, when i fell completly in sinc with
everything was dancing at a show.
so, why do we give ourselves over to the music, mind, body, and soul?
because we have done so in the past and have found peace and comfort.
somewhere inbetween the notes we got a hint of the other side.  weather
you call it heaven, enlightenment, zen, or whatever.  we give ourselves
over so we can try and find it.  so we can bask in it.  at least that
is my take on the matter.  that one time, at that one show, i was filled
with so much joy and elation that i fought back tears of joy, for the
first and only time and my life.  i hit the shows, to lose myself
"inbetween the notes" as i like to put it.  may be that is why you
so it as well.

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> forwarded message:
> from:   edan@openix.com (sir edan)
> to:     moe-l@netspace.org
> date: 97-06-27 20:26:51 edt
>
> and the tapers are the scribes and apostles writing down the ideas and
> beliefs of the musical prophets....
>

that suggests that you think the musicians are the worker's of god.
i personally see them as a tool to make meditation easier.  much
like, many people who meditate use a gong or chime or bell, that
they sound when they first start and then let their thoughts follow
the sound as it rings out, so that when it falls silent, your thoughts
are empty.

matt

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date:         tue, 1 jul 1997 03:13:49 gmt
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fell in love with igs version of 'uncle johns band' on 'deadicated'.
kept it in the car for months.

found no ig cds in the stores around here (germany, and i was unwired
then) and, hate to admit that..., forgot about them for a while :)

few years later, i saw rop mentioned in the 'music that helped to
bring this issue out' paragraph in wired magazine. tried a bit harder
to get it, and was blown away by r&j !

from then on, it took just a few weeks to get the rest and to find
this friendly place.

all the best,   georg


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hi everyone,

i suppose i've waited long enough to dazzle you with my response to the
two threads going around right now. i've only joined the list a couple
weeks ago and i feel like i'm starting to get a feel for the environment
here so i thought i'd give this a shot. i hope i'm right :) hmmm...i'm
gonna have to go with the camp thing once again. i'm not sure what year,
maybe '91 or '92, i heard hammer and a nail for the first time at my
sleepaway camp (any fellow ramahnicks out there?). my counselors were
constantly playing it for us (maybe to get us out of bed or to do our
chores or something) and i thought it was pretty catchy. but i was still
pretty immature then and my music tastes were not quality. i didn't even
really care who actually sang the songs. the next year at camp i started
hearing galileo too and i *really* liked that one. i had started making
mixes so i put those two songs on, although listening to it now, the
quality is unbelievably crappy :)
ok, then on my 9th grade chorus trip, a couple senior girls from my high
school who were *so cool* played and sang ctf for us lowly freshmen. we
were in awe and loved the song. just had to learn the lyrics :) i soon
made the connection between the songs from camp and ctf, and about a
year or so later bought my first album, swamp ophelia. played it
constantly, of course. after that, i was pretty much hooked, but not to
the degree i am now. not until after i started college this past year,
under the guiding influence of my best friend andi lipman. can't thank
her enough for her answers to any possible question i had about ig. i
wonder if i'll ever be as knowledgable. hee hee :)

thanks for reading, if you did, and here is my (slightly long) wish
list:

1. hammer & a nail
2. gotm
3. hey kind friend
4. fugitive
5. caramia
6. love will come to you
7. hand me downs
8. shed your skin
9. leeds
10. romeo & juliet (why not??)

1st encore:
ghost
the wood song
world falls
2nd:
all along the watchtower
wild horses (with michelle malone)
galileo

how can i even pick this few?? well, thanks for reading!
jessica
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date:         mon, 30 jun 1997 23:40:42 edt
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i'm surprised jendy's dream encore didn't include "burn all the letters,"
with her singing the ulali parts... ;)

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at 11:40 pm 6/30/97 edt, peace wrote:
>i'm surprised jendy's dream encore didn't include "burn all the letters,"
>with her singing the ulali parts... ;)

oh man! i forgot about that one. thanks for reminding me joan! put that in
at the end as a crowd-pleaser ;)

love :)

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date:         mon, 30 jun 1997 23:51:58 -0400
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subject:      re: on diction

in a message dated 97-06-30 22:59:23 edt, you write:

<< and if you're from noo yawk like me, everything is so esspensive it cawsts
a
nominal egg.

of course this means that eveything is so expensive it costs an arm and a
leg.

karen >>

hey!  i'm from the big apple and i don't remember ever talking like that!
jeez...people and their stereotypes!
(don't flame, just having a little fun!)
~liz~

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> who's to say what kind of diction is "right"?  i know the southern drawl
> can be immensely annoying sometimes (coming from a former northerner
> living in raleigh nc), but to southerners, it's proper diction to -them-.
> also, amy doesn't have the greatest enunciation either, i was noticing
> during soy.

ok, to me "proper" diction means letters that sound as they "should" ie
t's are t not d.  n and m are distinguishable.  grey day and grade a
sound the same to me.  proper diction, especially with context, make
a huge difference in comprehension.


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