lifeblood: listlogs: 1997-07d


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date:         mon, 21 jul 1997 23:58:33 edt
reply-to:     kirsten chevalier <kirsten@spike.wellesley.edu>
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from:         kirsten chevalier <kirsten@spike.wellesley.edu>
subject:      change of address (totally nigc)

<grovel before the goddess of wasted bandwidth>
i'm moving on thursday, so if you owe me tapes (and if so, you know who you
are) send 'em to

kirsten "r for righteoussssssss" chevalier
60 grove st. #6501
wellesley, ma 02181

bricks, homemade brownies, death threats, etc., are also welcome at that
address. if you plan to send your tapes after august 24th (hey, better late
then never), address them to

kirsten "r for righteoussssssss" chevalier
bates hall 412
wellesley college
wellesley, ma 02181-8296

kirsten "i hope my roommate likes ig because she'll be hearing them day and
night...<evil laugh>"

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your love's a crime / but nothing worth having comes without some kind of fight
/ got to kick at the darkness 'til it bleeds daylight."--bruce cockburn

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date:         mon, 21 jul 1997 23:59:26 -0400
reply-to:     joe hamilton <hamilton@bayflash.stpt.usf.edu>
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from:         joe hamilton <hamilton@bayflash.stpt.usf.edu>
subject:      sara lee's management group?
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does anyone happen to know the name of sara lee's management??
thanks for any help.
we are fortunate ones,
joe
http://www.moonbase.com/fortunateones

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date:         tue, 22 jul 1997 01:35:55 -0400
reply-to:     mark anthony donajkowski <madonajk@alpha.delta.edu>
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from:         mark anthony donajkowski <madonajk@alpha.delta.edu>
subject:      re: (nigc at all) the freshman chords
x-to:         "liz (bong goddess)" <lturcotte@star.net>
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um i tihnk they have a official web page up they did if not next time i
see the drummer(my friend donnie brown) ill ask him if he can hook me up


on mon, 21 jul 1997, liz (bong goddess) wrote:

> does anyone have the chords to freshman, by the verve pipe? i've been
> looking everywhere, and i'm too incompetant to figure it out myself.
>
> thanks, in advance!
>
> -liz-
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date:         tue, 22 jul 1997 01:42:30 -0400
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subject:      re: ppv request

in a message dated 97-07-22 01:21:09 edt, faye writes:

<<(with thanks to connie for the message compostion -- i'm in the same
boat!)>>

lol faye, happy to be of assistance! ;)  just wanted to say a big thanks to
everyone who offered to help me out with this!  looks like i'm set for a copy
soon!  (can't wait to see it!!!) :)

-connie

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date:         tue, 22 jul 1997 09:48:30 +0100
reply-to:     juliet long <j.l.a.long@reading.ac.uk>
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from:         juliet long <j.l.a.long@reading.ac.uk>
subject:      nigc: just for fun..
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hello all..

its been a while since i delurked ..and being a brit i don't have much to
share in the way of concert reviews :(  ..but i am in a ridiculously good
mood having bought a shiny new red guitar this weekend and the sun is
shining over here.. so i thought i'd share these with you all.

take care, j.


>these are a selection of maintenance complaints submitted by us air force
>pilots and the replies from the maintenance crews.  enjoy:
>
>complaint:      left inside main tyre almost needs replacement
>reply:          almost replaced left inside main tyre
>
>complaint:      test flight ok, except autoland very rough
>reply:          autoland not installed on this aircraft
>
>complaint 1:    no 2 propeller seeping prop fluid
>reply:          no 2 propeller seepage normal
>complaint 2:    no's 3 & 4 propellers lack normal seepage
>
>complaint:      something loose in the cockpit
>reply:          something tightened in the cockpit
>
>complaint:      evidence of hydraulic leak on right main landing gear
>reply:          evidence removed
>
>complaint:      dme volume unbelievably loud
>reply:          volume set to more believable level
>
>complaint:      autopilot in altitude hold mode produces a 200 fpm descent
>reply:          cannot reproduce problem on ground
>
>complaint:      iff inoperative
>reply:          iff inoperative in off mode
>
>complaint:      friction locks cause throttle levers to stick
>reply:          that's what they're there for
>
>complaint:      number three engine missing
>reply:          engine found on right wing after brief search


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date:         tue, 22 jul 1997 22:13:46 +1000
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thought some people may be interested in this:


wednesday, july 23, 5-7 p.m.
                michelle malone

http://www.yall.com/chatguests.html


have fun,

pen

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date:         tue, 22 jul 1997 09:47:52 -0400
reply-to:     kim paulus <kpaulus@mpinc.com>
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from:         kim paulus <kpaulus@mpinc.com>
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> . vonda something, mark
> something and freedy something, ring a bell with anyone? here's the
> set list...
>
> was it freedy johnston? i love him!
>
> wow, i can't wait to see this show...
>
> kim
> kpaulus@mpinc.com

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date:         tue, 22 jul 1997 10:57:35 -0400
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from:         debra bullard <dbulla@po-box.mcgill.ca>
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i am wondering if anyone has a tape of the first acl,
with mary chapin-carpenter and nancy griffith.

i ask because, this was my first viewing of ig.
and i was completely taken!
my gf thought mary chapin was the hands-down winner in that one,
and would leave my for her, in a heartbeat........but that is another story.

i would love to have a copy of this...
or maybe both on tape now?
can anyone help?

thanks in advance.
deb

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date:         tue, 22 jul 1997 11:02:26 -0400
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subject:      re: ig at the center of media attention??

i really enjoyed derk's article john, thanks for forwarding it !
of course when people start tracing things back to origins,
there is invariably some one who is left out.... or
the list doesn't go back far enough....
i would argue that womens music owes a great debt to people
like laura nyro who broke the singer songwriter tradition for
women in urban contemporary music, and jazz great betty carter
who started her own label (betcar records) in the 60's in order to
persue her free form style and perform original work ( women were
expected to sing standards back then).

but then one can probably trace it back even farther ...perhaps to
elizabeth cotton.

just thought i'd pipe in :)
btw...betty carter is playing jazz alley july 22-27 in seattle :)
claire
"it is night time and speed is dreaming..."

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date:         tue, 22 jul 1997 08:56:50 -0600
reply-to:     elizabeth nitz <elizabeth.nitz@evolving.com>
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hey all.  just wanted to say that after i wrote my
first note about red rocks, i lost all my email (the server flaked out)
and i think i may be bumped off the list.  so if you
sent me any comments or questions, please re-send them!
i think the problem may be fixed as of this morning.

ok i discovered something -- front row center is the
only place to be at an ig concert, however it's a crummy
place to boot from.  way too much noise.  i may try to
edit some of it out and see what i get, but it's not
looking good.  gimme a break -- it's my first boot
attempt.  and i chickened out of trying to get any video.
i do have set lists for each show that i'll post later.
did anyone else get a good boot of red rocks either night?

in case anyone hasn't posted a rave review of friday night's
show, it was even more up than thursday night.  they poured
it on for their last show, with four encores and lots of
old stuff and jams.  i caught a glimse of them working on
the set list before the show and tried to catch their attention
but they wouldn't come over.  i don't blame them.  but at one
point someone claiming to be emily's cousin came up to the
security guard i was talking to and waved her over.  they hugged
and looked at baby pictures for a few minutes right where i was
standing.  so i was right -- they do have family in colorado.

now it's time to get serious about lilith!

peace & hugs
elizabeth

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date:         tue, 22 jul 1997 11:50:26 -0400
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subject:      re: interview w/emily-rocky mtn.news

in a message dated 97-07-22 04:32:09 edt, you write:

<<  the indigo girls have a full plate for the summer.  in addition to
their own slate of shows, they will be joining the lilith fair and
repeating 1995's honor the earth idea, in which the duo toured 21 cities
and raised $300,000 for american indian causes.  this september, the two
will tour and focus their attention on nuclear waste issues.
  >>
if anyone hears anything on this, please post it to the list or email me.
besides being a great cause, the honor the earth shows have been the only
shows the girls have done in mn in the last couple of years (except for
lilith this year, but with that they're only playing a 45 min. set) :(  so,
if ya hear anything, let me know, because last time i heard too late, and
tickets were already on sale...and i was sittin waaaay in the back.  :p
thanks!
~jen

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date:         tue, 22 jul 1997 11:50:17 -0400
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subject:      jonas and ezekial question

hiya,
  i've always loved the song "jonas and ezekiel", 'cause it's one of the
songs amy sings really cool, and has wild lyrics.  i love the "bullet in his
head now he's dead" part.  anyway.. it's always driven me insane trying to
figure out who "jonas" is.  now, ezekiel makes perfect sense.  read ezekiel
ch. 37, it's real cool.  he was an old testament prophet who (in vision or
whatever) went to a valley of bones, and by command of god raised them from
the dead.  with the bones coming together, then the muscles, etc., and then
god putting breath in its mouth.  he also see the resurrection.  now, this of
course, fits with the lyrics.  but who the heck is jonas?  the only mention
of him in the bible (as far as i know) is as the father of simon peter
(simon, the son of jona(s)).  so could someone help me with that part?  and
then on top of that, i'm pretty much missing the entire idea of the song, so
i'd be happy to hear others interps. of it.  thanx!

the sfc

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date:         tue, 22 jul 1997 12:49:02 -0400
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hi all...

i don't know if anyone knows about or plays rogue market, but this is
what it is:  its a stock-market simulation, based on celebrities,
personalities, entertainers, etc.  anyway, you can buy/sell/trade
"stock" in your portfolio, etc.  it is kinda interesting--it has much
less to loose than the actual stock market, and it is a good way to keep
up with current events/etc.

anyway, point is, they just had the initial public offering for ig
stock--i was pretty excited, to say the least, and bought a bunch of
stocks.  just thought that somebody may be interested......

oh, yeah, the url is www.roguemarket.com

have a swell day!

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date:         tue, 22 jul 1997 13:19:43 -0400
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hey all! :)

just wanted to say thanks to everyone who contributed to emily's birthday
gift donation--especially those who organized the entire schbang--mandi,
deb (the check looked wonderful!), audrey and anyone else that i forgot!

anyone know if there's been a response from emily yet?

y'all are great,
therese :)

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date:         tue, 22 jul 1997 10:25:57 -0500
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>i don't know if anyone knows about or plays rogue market,

heh hehh heheheheh... yup i sure do... and have my maximum ipos of ig.
love it!

www.roguemarket.com  absolutely rocks - too many sports folk imo, but it
certainly helps to email the "powers" in charge if you want someone on
there... worked for me and ig!  they go on regular offerings tomorrow, i
believe, so no maximum limit... can't decide who i am going to sell in
order to get more ig....

tracy - regular trader on da roguemarket

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date:         tue, 22 jul 1997 14:08:07 -0400
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from:         "thanks, carole" <cblakey070@aol.com>
subject:      re: fs: ferron "phantom center" (sigc)

if you are interested in ferron, please check out the web site:

                    <http://ferronweb.com/html/ferron.html>

you can order this excellent cd directly from her.  you can also learn about
tracks that the indigo girls have been involved with.
                                    carole

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date:         tue, 22 jul 1997 14:36:02 -0400
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subject:      lf tickets toronto...(nigc)
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tickemaster still has seats availble...btw at the molson amphitheatre, it
doesn't much matter where you sit...it's not a huge venue and it's a good
view from most areas...

the papers may also have "scalpers" selling lf tickets *gasp* if you need
info let me know and email me privately :)

marilyn
every moment of peace is worth every war behind us... emily saliers

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date:         tue, 22 jul 1997 15:32:31 -0400
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date:         tue, 22 jul 1997 09:27:00 -0500
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very cool! sorry i missed this. i was just completely worn out saturday.
worked all day on friday and then drove to college station to play a gig
and then drove back home to austin, unloaded equipment and crawled into
bed at about 5:00am (a mere 23 hour day, god i'm getting too old for
this!).

so i missed out on the taping on saturday. bummer

but, not only was i a fool on saturday, apparently i was a fool on
sunday too. my girlfriend just called and told me this little tidbit. on
sunday morning we went to las manitas for breakfast. on the way out we
stopped to say hello to some of her friends. i was wearing my swamp
ophelia t-shirt. her friends kept looking at me weird and smiling. i
couldn't figure out why. now, they tell me it's because amy ray was
sitting right behind me!!! and i didn't even notice! aarrghggh!

peace,

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

"...well something's lost, but something's gained
  in living everyday..."
               -joni mitchell

>-----original message-----
>from:  linda gelsthorpe [smtp:gehops@inetport.com]
>sent:  monday, july 21, 1997 9:49 pm
>subject:       austin city limits
>
>well since i havent read any reviews of the austin city limits performance i
>guess i'm the only list member represented that night so here goes....
>it was my first time there and i was impressed, there isnt a bad seat in the
>place, real intimate, probably holds 3 maybe 4 hundred people at the most..
>they announced it as the first show of the season, trant thought the season
>would start sometime in jan. my friend and i were sitting on amy's side, 2nd
>row, fourth seat in. we were really off to the side so we might have gotten
>on camera a few times..
>   my memory sucks so this is gonna be a short review. it was all accoustic,
>no back up band, just the girls. there were 3 guests whom i've never heard
>of so i dont remember their last names, but i got a set list that had their
>first names on it, maybe someone can help me out here. vonda something, mark
>something and freedy something, ring a bell with anyone? here's the set
>list....
>
>i.g.: shame on you
>i.g.: ghost
>vonda: maryland
>mark: why don't you leave my sister alone?
>freedy: you get me lost
>i.g. and all: get out the map
>vonda and i.g.: wildest times of the world
>mark: the thorn in my side is gone
>freedy: mortician's daughter
>i.g. and vonda: hey kind friend
>vonda and emily: baby don't you break my heart slow
>mark: mission rock resort -or- western sky
>freedy: ?
>encore
>all: closer to fine
>
>fashion review, i can confirm (again) that amy's white pants are indeed
>leather, and she had a button down print shirt on, don't remember the color..
>emily had on an oversize, lime green shirt and flowered pants..
>   thats about it folks, if ya want more, you'll have to keep your eye on
>the tv guide and watch it for yourself. oh yeah, amy seemed really burnt
>out, when the guests were playing, she sat at the back of the stage with her
>eyes closed. i figure, if they played in colorado the night before, they
>probably were suffering from jet lag. they had also been rehearsing all day
>so they probably didnt get much rest. they mentioned they were taking a week
>off, it looked like they needed it..
>    one more small thing i forgot to mention. there's a restraunt here in
>austin that they always mention being there favorite in town. so every time
>they're here i go eat breakfast there. so i took my son down there and ate
>the next morning, we got there kinda late and i figured i had missed them,
>but i asked the waitress if the girls had been in there yet and she said
>"yeah, they were here earlier", so i figured i missed them. so as we were
>leaving, the isles are small, and guess who i damn near ran into as she was
>scooting out of a booth...miss amy ray herself! i had my daemon records
>t-shirt on and she looked up, did a double-take, and said "nice shirt!" i
>said "thanks" and kinda stopped for a second and then kept on walking. i
>wanted to stand there and say something...anything, but for one thing, i was
>dumbstruck, for another thing, i had met them in the same restraunt a couple
>of years ago. i was there with a group of friends, about 10 or 12 of us,
>when they walked in, and we all rushed them at once. emily was really cool,
>friendly and everything, but amy was less than amused. it looked like she
>had just gotten out of the shower, her hair was still wet. so i can't blame
>her for her attitude, but i saw a different side of her the other day. she
>was really sweet to everyone, and genuine, you can usually tell when
>someone's faking it, but she was'nt, she was just really cool. so anyway,
>thats why i just said "thanks" and kept on walking, i wanted to come off
>like a jaded austinite and not a dork. except for my mouth hanging open, i
>think i pulled it off! this is getting waaay too long so i'm gonna shut up
>now. this is my first review, how'd i do?
>
>linda

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subject:      verve pipe''s

whoever asked about the chords to the verve pipe's freshman.... i found them
at the olga site in the new stuff section.

michelle

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hi kfs!
wow, have i been busy...and deleting digests without reading...so after
some hesitation i have decided to sign off for about three weeks, so i can
move, graduate (yes, i did successfully defend my master's thesis,
hurrah!), vacation in portland for a couple of weeks, and then go to
lilith fair in mn, at which point i shall sign back on and tell everyone
how great dar and the ig were.

okay.  if you haven't bought the new dar williams, what the heck are you
waiting for?  and if you haven't bought the new, excellent laura love,
do it now.  do i recommend it over dar?  well...not really...but it's
awesome!

that's it for a while.  thanks for all of the great posts, those i've read
and those i haven't, and i'll see you all august 20th!  i'll eb wearing a
dar-list t-shirt which says, "as cool as we are" on the front, so perhaps
i'll see some of you there.

love,
suzi

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hey guys,

the sfc said:
>  i've always loved the song "jonas and ezekiel", 'cause it's one of the
>songs amy sings really cool, and has wild lyrics.  i love the "bullet in his
>head now he's dead" part.  anyway.. it's always driven me insane trying to
>figure out who "jonas" is.  now, ezekiel makes perfect sense.  read ezekiel

here are the three j&e questions from the faq:

=====
13.2. what is "jonas and ezekial" about?

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

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


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

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


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

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

the faq's at http://www.fl.net.au/~sherlyn/ig, or you can grab
it by anonymous ftp from the wonderful mr becker's site at
ftp://space.mit.edu/pub/cmb/ig, folks!

:)
sherlyn

ps - welcome back ellen :)
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in a message dated 97-07-22 13:15:43 edt, thesfc@aol.com (the sfc) writes:

<<
hiya,
   i've always loved the song "jonas and ezekiel", 'cause it's one of the
songs amy sings really cool, and has wild lyrics.  i love the "bullet in his
head now he's dead" part.  anyway.. it's always driven me insane trying to
figure out who "jonas" is. >>
snip...

i i recall the notes corerctly from 1200 curfews, jonas and ezekiel were the
names amy read on the headstones of an old cemetery.

karen

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hey y'all!

        just got a new cd in the mail yesterday... the artist's name is beth
waters and she is great!  if you dig tori amos and that genre then
you'll probably like beth!  i stumbled across her web site not long ago,
emailed her, then sent for the cd!  this lady's not signed to a major
label yet... but, hopefully, will a little exposure she will be.

        want to check her out & hear clips?  go here then & enjoy!

http://www.west.net/~tmcascd/bethw.htm


hope you like her!
later,
twink

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emily:  "you're so rowdy!"
  amy:  "sprawlin'... flailin'..."
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in the august issue of glamour magazine, on p.80, there's a little blurb
about lilith fair.  here it is, reprinted w/o permissions, all typos mine:

<<banding together
a new women's music tour rocks

singer-songwriter sarah mclachlan is getting even.  "i was bummed last year
when there were no women [performers] at lollapalooza," she says of the
summerlong alt-rock festical's all-male main stage.  "i thought it would be
great to organize an all-female festival."

with lilith fair a 35-concert tour making stops in the united states and
canada this summer, mclachlan has done just that.

named for the mythical first woman (whom adam left for eve), lilith fair,
which began july 5 in washington state, will play cities including atlanta,
toronto, boston, los angeles and houston by the summer's end.  (check out
www.lilithfair.com for specific tour dates.)

with lollapalooza planners booking no female headliners again this year
(spokesperson lisa vega insists the inclusion is "not intentional"),
lilith's talent roster is the best revenge: some of the indistry's biggest
names--sheryl crow, jewel, the cardigans--as well as established
songstresses tracy chapman and mary chapin carpenter will headline the
event.

just as the first wives' club's box office made hollywood notice its female
audience, lilith fair may shake up the music biz.  the styles of its stars
may vary dramatically, but these women plan to jam together.  says emily
saliers of the indigo girls (shaming of the sun, epic), "we like sharing
music with other players."

what?  no catfights?  folkrocker shawn colvin (a few small repairs,
columbia) says the media pushes competition: "they have a beauty pagent
mentality about female artists--someone has to 'rule,'" colvin says.  "i
hope [the tour] will prove there's no need to compete because of one's
gender."
-bari nan cohen>>

what?  ig aren't some of industry's biggests names or well established
songstresses?  hmmmm...

anyway, i am probably going to see melissa ferrick at the fez in nyc on
august 1...is anyone else going & want to try to meet up?

i also wanted to recommend dar williams' new album, end of the summer, &
sarah mclachlan's new album, surfacing.  both are amazing!

andi


  -_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-
                                  andrea lipman
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         that it only makes you selfish and in love with your shrink,
                      but oh how i loved everybody else,
       when i finally got to talk so much about myself."-dar williams
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in a message dated 97-07-22 04:32:24 edt, vigil@ucsu.colorado.edu (garian
arleta vigil) writes:

<< it sounds a bit like a festival in its own right.  have the indigo
girls considered taking the concept out on extended tour sometime in the
future?
         "yes, we have thought about that, actually," saliers said.  "and
that's all i'm going to say for now.  but expect it.  we've got something
in the works." >>

hmmmmmmmmmmmm.................  the rolling thunder pussy revue a'la ani
difranco maybe?   i want tix...............

peace, harmony & indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
- novitiate of suzanneglassism

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"it's alright if you hate that way/you hate me cause i'm different/you hate
me cause i'm gay...."- e.saliers
"i said you know it's funny/i think we were on the same boat back in 1694" -
a. ray
"mothers tell your children/be quick you must be strong/life is full of
wonder/love is never wrong..." - m. etheridge
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someone on tape loop 4 please get in contact with me.  i have sent off my own
tape and the tape that came after it, but i haven't got anything since then.
is this loop still alive?  if not, am i gonna get my own tape back?


peace, harmony and indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism  (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
- novitiate of suzanneglassism
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
can you show me now that i will not be killed in vain!
show me just a little of your omnipresent brain!
show me there's a reason for your wanting me to die!
you're far too keen on where and how and not so hot on why!
- amy as jesus, jesus christ superstar: a resurrection
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to whoever posted the reccomendation of _stone butch blues_ i'd like to say
thank you!  i read it, and loved it, and would like to know who that was
who mentioned it, because i probably never would have picked it up
otherwise.  thanks again.

amy

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subject:      re: entertainment weekly-nigc

speaking of my best friend's wedding, did y'all know that there is a
song by ani difranco on the soundtrack.  it's burt bacharach and hal
david's "wishin' and hopin'" and it's got to be a joke, because she
sings it so sweetly you want to gag.  there are also songs by jann
arden, amanda marshall, mary chapin carpenter, and more.  overall,
it's okay - it's no ig album, but it has "if you wanna be happy,"
which is the most sexist song of all, but i love it!  hope your day
is gorgeous, and not rainy like mine.

elizabeth

____
"right now, pop music is flaccid.  the prefab hype of spice girls,
the sugar-shock kiddie ditties of hanson, the admirable wholesomeness
but inexcusable tiresomeness of bob carlisle, the horrific power
screeching of celine dion - turn it off.  turn it all off.  it's
meaningless olestra music, artificial and nutrient free."
     -time magazine, "galapalooza"

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34 years ago today, a beautiful sage was born...
we thank the creator for her life and for all of lives she has touched and
will touch...
the quote below says it all :)

with peace and honor,
rachel & chris :))))))))
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"a lesson learned a loving god and things in their own time, in nothing
more do i trust, we own nothing, nothing is ours, not even love so fierce
it burns like baby stars..."  emily saliers

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just a qwikie.
haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaappy birf-day to emily!! (goddess o' lyrics and
queen of the geeetar)   i'd sing happy birthday, but even a cyber version of
me singing is bad.  very bad.  anyhoo...

its a little late in the day.  but better late than never.  hope she had a
happy day.  :)

---sue

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just a little side note. i'm suprised i didn't hear this before..but the
original strangefire on indigo records had two releases. the first release
seems to be more common..all colored vinyl copies were first release. the
second release actually has 'second edition' on the label on the vinyl. so
you can check yours to see! i think the second printing was on a higher
quality vinyl as well.
my sealed e.p. has 'first pressing' written on the label so perhaps there
is a second pressing of the e.p. as well...who knows!
happy collecting,
joe
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before i get into the review, did anyone boot the show? i know megan
did, did anyone else? looking for a decent boot for a friend who had a
ticket, but was unable to attend at the last minute.

the following is a review from the salt lake tribune 7.18.97. steven
brophy wrote a decent review, but i do believe he is an indigo
novice-judging by the names of a couple of the songs. this is reprinted
w/out permission.
_________________________________________

the canyons-the resort formerly known as wolf mountain served as a
wonderful backdrop for the sweet soprano andhsuky alto harmonies of amy
ray and emily slaiers, better known as the indigo girls, wednesday
night.
        under warm, cloudy skies that threatened but didn't produce rain, the
singers offered a liberal dose of their politically charged, acousitc
guitar-driven folk.
        backed by drummer jerry marotta, bassist sara lee
andmulti-intrumentalist josh siegel, the pair pulled material from their
albums "rites of passage," "swamp ophelia," theif latest release "shamin
of the sun" and more.
        though known primarily for their harmonizing skills, the indigo girls
showed that they are much more.
        ray and saliers shared guitar duties and each dabbled in other
instruments throughout the show.
        "it's alright," a song with a powerful message about discrimination,
was straight ahead lyrically and musically. saliers effectively used
this song to unveil her talents on slide guitar.
        ray's most powerful insturment is her voice, and she used it to convey
the message of lost love during "don't give that girl a gun." ray penned
the song and her heartfelt delivery andpain-tinged phrasing made it
obvious to the capacity crowd the turmoil and emotion she was
experiencing when she wrote it.
        lighter fare also had its palce during the performance.
        "shame on you" featured saliers on banjo and ray on a beautiful
black-topped fender strotocaster, which suffered a broken low e string
duringone of ray's poundings. the song was  a big hit with the crowd,
who sang along during every song, but particularly loudly on that one.
        siegel, marotta and lee showed excellent musicianship thoughout the
show. siegel shined during several songs, especially when the
multifaceted musician used a violin, mandolin or saxophone to add jus
the right element or texture.
        ray and saliers didn't ignore older materials, with "what separates me
from you," "i'm lonely tonight," "get out the map" and many more during
the 90-minute set.
        at onepoint, the band launched into a comver version of the reggae
anthem "redemption song," and used neil young's "down by the rinver" as
an effective segue during "cut it out."
        a well-deserved encore featured opening act david wilcox on backup
vocals during a wonderful rendition of "love's recovery." judging by his
body language and his smile, he enjoyed himself as much as the crowd
enjoyed his performance.
        wilcox palyed  a 45-minute set that teatured his hits "rusty old
american dream" and "eye of the hurricane."
        wilcox is a gifted singer and songwriter whose talents are just
beginning to be recognized by mainstream audiences. unfortunately, the
fans at the the canyons failed to extend even the most common courtesy
to him.
        the behavior of many fans, who used his set as a time to stand around,
talk and yell to friends in other sections, was downright inhospitable
and disrespectful. for those who listened, wilcox's performance and
narrative between songs were worthwhile.
_____________________

that's it.

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wow---$45!!!  i'm glad to see that the value has increased....i got my
copy for $20 a few years ago....could never part with is though.  anyway,
i'm still up for making copies of it for anyone who's interested.

to abby--your copy will be in the mail tomorrow...i'm sorry about a week
late with it...i just got sidetracked and then we where painting all the
rooms in the house, etc...

kim
on mon, 21 jul 1997 18:26:40 -0400 leslie schwartz <lesl@arches.uga.edu>
writes:
>i was downtown today and picked up a copy of shades of
>indigo(purple) for anyone who is interested. i paid $45 so ill sell it
>for
>$50 including postage. ill sell to the first email i receieve.
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hey everyone,

you know what?  "this train revised" is the only ig song i
can think of offhand that isn't written in the first person.
and in fact, now that i think of it, even that one's doubtful
because amy mentions "my mother... my father" etc.  and if
you're listening to the 1200c version with the "jacob's
ladder" intro ("we are climbing..."), forget it.

i didn't think that hard so i must be missing something,
right?  help me out, folks. :)

happy happy,
sherlyn
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    make sure you make lots of mistakes.
    and find the future that redeems,
    give us hell, and give us dreams;
    and grow and grow and grow..."   - dar williams

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subject:      jonas and ezekial return

hey,
  thanks a lot to all the people who informed me of the names coming from the
gravestones.  i thought maybe ezekiel was a bible reference 'cause he talked
about ressurection, "i'm not ready for the dead to show it's face".  and then
the line "prophets in the graveyard".  could it be that seeing those
gravestones reminded her of those biblical prophets?  was amy the one with
the priest father or whatever?  oh, and also, in the linear notes on the
second choruse it says "whose turn is it anyway", but doesn't she sing "whose
angel are you anyway"?  oh, and on the line "in the war over land where the
world began, prophecy says it's where the world will end", another prophecy
of ezekiel, and the bible, that the final "battle" will be in israel.  even
if i am way off on all this stuff (not having an exp. of "jonah" doesn't
help, unless it is just another spelling of jonas, guy trying to avoid
service, can't make that fit in), i'm still interested in other peoples ideas
of what the song is really about.  thanks.

the sfc

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at 05:31 pm 7/23/97 +1000, sherlyn wrote:
>you know what?  "this train revised" is the only ig song i
>can think of offhand that isn't written in the first person.
>and in fact, now that i think of it, even that one's doubtful
>because amy mentions "my mother... my father" etc.

i vote it counts because that's only in the background and not in the lyrics
written in the cd booklet :)

>i didn't think that hard so i must be missing something,
>right?  help me out, folks. :)

how about "kid fears"? that's the only one i can think of as far as released
material goes.

deb

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i think that's why we love 'em.  don't you?  when i hear em singing
about herself, i hear myself, and all of humanity.  and even though
"this train" is, for the most part, not done in first person, it still feels
like it is, in her phasing and delivery.  that's why we're all here,
connecting to them, and to ourselves.

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hello everyone!  i just subscribed to this list and i thought i would say
hi.  hi!
i am a musician myself and would say the ig's are one of my greatest
influences.  please check out my web site at www2.cybernex.net/~maggie and
give me some feedback on my musical endeavor.  thanks!!!

send me mail privately to maggie@cybernex.net

maggie

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subject:      tape loop 1 also

hey, are you folks out there??? i misplaced (read accidently deleted) all your
emails and was just wondering where we stand (if at all). i still haven't
received anything.   :(    how about the rest of you??

just checking in. hope to hear from someone (anyone??) soon,
trish

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anyone going to tell me how this show was, actually can lie as to nhow good
it was? i don't need to hear "tracy encored with all that you have is your
soul then went into "at this point in my life" ending the show with some
song called "cleveland '78" which she says she rarly plays....

(i would die if that indeed, happened..)

a real setlist would be helpful (as would a tape...)
mike r

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on wed, 23 jul 1997, sherlyn koo wrote:

> hey everyone,
>
> you know what?  "this train revised" is the only ig song i
> can think of offhand that isn't written in the first person.
-snip-
> i didn't think that hard so i must be missing something,
> right?  help me out, folks. :)
>

i haven't given this much thought either but i was just thinking that it's
very unlikely there are amy songs not in the 1st person.  even if they
were originally written that way, once they go live, seems like amy tacks
onthe phrase "i said" to practically everything anyway.  :)

        -colleen

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hey all,
i'm trying to find some ig video boots, namely "on the road to austin"
and the disney concert, but any others which are good also.  does anyone
have these who has dubbing capabilities or any information about them?
i'd appreciate any help.
thanks,
david

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haven't been reading lately, so i dunno if this has been posted or not, but
the indigo girls have the cover story in this month's acoustic guitar magazine
as well as a transciption for dgtgag....

          chris

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hello.  sorry to post something with absolutely no igc, but i've been on
the list for five years and haven't ever done it before, so give me some
slack, please.

i am looking for a good divorce attorney in atlanta for my mother--someone
who is a little new wave and who has experience dealing with messy
divorces, where no children are involved.  if you know of anyone, please
let me know!

many thanks,
margaret

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hi everyone!

for sarah, will, and all the other die hard michelle malone fans, there
is a good bio/beneath the devil moon review  in  today's ajc
(wednesday) living section. you can see it online at
http://www.accessatlanta.com/purefun/news/1997/07/23/malone_eddys.html

also, the article says that michelle will be chatting online from 6-7
pm (est?) today at
http://www.yall.com/

:-d  e r i n
(now a university of georgia gal)

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someone just asked me what the dates were for lilith fair and where the
shows are happening.  specifically, they're interested in seeing a show
that might be taking place between:

july 27-30 or august 11-14

i don't have direct internet access, so i can't access any website. does
anyone out there know details about lilith fair and these dates? any help
would be appreciated.

thanks,

robin

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several people here have seen ferron open at recent ig-shows and have
become interested in knowing more about her.

for those with web access, information can be found at:

    <http://ferronweb.com/>

i attended two of the three recent ferron shows in berkeley and met a
few local ig-listers who were seeing their first ferron show.

for any ig-listers living near sacramento, ferron and her three-piece
band (with the amazing jami sieber on electric cello) will be playing
tonight (wednesday) at the palms playhouse in davis (west of sacramento).

for those attending the san diego pride fest this w/e, ferron and her
band will be performing there as well.

john miller   <jmiller@wdl.lmco.com>
san jose ca

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hey y'all--
   i read somewhere....not sure if it is accurate, but kd lang is going to be
on hard rock live this sunday......
lauren

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in a message dated 97-07-23 11:40:38 edt, you write:

<< "what separates me
from you," "i'm lonely tonight," >>

hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm did they play tried to be true twice?????

rofl

peace, harmony and indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism  (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
- novitiate of suzanneglassism
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
can you show me now that i will not be killed in vain!
show me just a little of your omnipresent brain!
show me there's a reason for your wanting me to die!
you're far too keen on where and how and not so hot on why!
- amy as jesus, jesus christ superstar: a resurrection
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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        just a reminder to y'all that indigo girls entered the roguemarket this
morning... at last check ( a few minutes ago) they were not rising very
fast and, in fact, both cheap trick and maryln manson (who both entered
today for the first time as well) had gained more than ig had.

        quickie description of the roguemarket: you register and they give you
10,000 to start playing with and buy shares.  (an extra 5,000 if you agree
to fill out another form asking the usual marketing stuff).  what you do is
buy "shares" of celebrities - musicians, race car drivers, politicians,
etc.  their "shares" then rise and fall based upon how many shares in the
market are bought and sold - buy low, sell high is the plan, and you can
gain or lose "$" (not real money of course) depending on you ability to
predict market behavior (i lost big thinking jodie foster would go way up
with the success of contact) and with luck.  in my current "portfolio", for
example, i have "shares" of ig (of course), melissa etheridge, bill gates
(i'm no fool), rosie o' donnell, gillian anderson, etc.  it is a lot of fun
and gives a rather different perspective on being famous...

www.roguemarket.com  good luck and buy ig!!!   :-)

tracy

ps : i almost forgot, after you have earned enough shares you can choose to
cash them in for various "awards" like roguemarket hats and shirts and
stuff.  dang if *i* am parting with my hard earned shares though!!  lololol

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emily's father is a minister, amy majored in theology in college.  amy also
has an obsession with death, angels, god, the devil, heaven and hell.

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> from: the sfc <thesfc@aol.com>
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> subject: jonas and ezekial return
> date: wednesday, july 23, 1997 6:14 am
>
> hey,
>   thanks a lot to all the people who informed me of the names coming from
the
> gravestones.  i thought maybe ezekiel was a bible reference 'cause he
talked
> about ressurection, "i'm not ready for the dead to show it's face".  and
then
> the line "prophets in the graveyard".  could it be that seeing those
> gravestones reminded her of those biblical prophets?  was amy the one
with
> the priest father or whatever?  oh, and also, in the linear notes on the
> second choruse it says "whose turn is it anyway", but doesn't she sing
"whose
> angel are you anyway"?  oh, and on the line "in the war over land where
the
> world began, prophecy says it's where the world will end", another
prophecy
> of ezekiel, and the bible, that the final "battle" will be in israel.
even
> if i am way off on all this stuff (not having an exp. of "jonah" doesn't
> help, unless it is just another spelling of jonas, guy trying to avoid
> service, can't make that fit in), i'm still interested in other peoples
ideas
> of what the song is really about.  thanks.
>
> the sfc
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hey all,

as many know i'm doing a little feature on the
whole roadtripping aspect of indigo shows.

if anyone could share their stories, such as how
far traveled, how many shows, how you survived
and why you did it. i would really appreciate it.

please email me privately.....thanks tt

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hello everyone-

does anyone have or know where i can get a copy of the mesa boot from
6-30-97?  i'd really, really, really appreciate it.  i can trade tapes,
or...i took some really good pictures of the girls when i met them in
la, and i'd be happy to make copies in exchange for the boot (i'll go
into the "meeting ig" story a bit later-let's just suffice it to say
that i had my foot in my mouth within the first 2 seconds of meeting
them by telling emily "i am really nervous!")

anyway-i'd appreciate anyone's help with this. :)

jan

ps- jim gates, if you are out there, i have your tapes ready for you.
call me please, i've lost your number.

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hello!
      all i have to say is that if you want anything by michelle and you're
not on the list below of people from whom i've received moneys, please reply
to me asap!  i won't get to check e-mail after 8am tomorrow, so please write
quickly.  i'll get what you want and you can pay me later.  i just need to
know.  here's the list. =)  peace, sarah
rachel b.
katy w.
carrie m.
nicole y.
claudine l.
sharon j.
jessica s.
annie l.
morgan t.
jim g.
anne h.
gina

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>>i didn't think that hard so i must be missing something,
>>right?  help me out, folks. :)
>
>how about "kid fears"? that's the only one i can think of as far as released
>material goes.

"...skipping stones, we know the price now..."

"we" is first-person plural, so that wouldn't count, would it?

not tryin' to be snotty, just thinkin',

justin


++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
i think that the world would be
a lot better if everyone put
little hats on their pet monkeys.

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

first thing's first.
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subject:      shades of indigo

i would really like to have a cd copy of this, if anyone has one for a
reasonable price.  i can't afford any 50 bucks for a cd!!!!!!  :(  but if
anyone has one for around the original purchase price?  (20 to 30?)  please
let me know privately.

peace, harmony and indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism  (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
- novitiate of suzanneglassism
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
can you show me now that i will not be killed in vain!
show me just a little of your omnipresent brain!
show me there's a reason for your wanting me to die!
you're far too keen on where and how and not so hot on why!
- amy as jesus, jesus christ superstar: a resurrection
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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hey list~

first of "are you out there?" i've only received about 3 messages today...hmm...

but wait! no need to jump to flame me for an "is the list down?" post,
because i actually have list content to mention too:

i had a great time at the "y'all" chat with michelle malone this evening,
and it was especially nice to see the ig list so well represented. it was
great "chatting" with people from the list who were there. (i was using the
screen-name 'righteousbabe') anyway, i spent a little additional time
chatting on y'all, and found it to be a pretty nice atmosphere. their
chatrooms are set up basically like aol's, with the distinct difference of
being completely uncrowded, and almost empty quite often. so, it got me
thinking that it would probably be pretty easy, and maybe kind of fun, to
arrange a time and date to have an informal list chat organized there. i
know that an ig irc channel existed, but is usually empty, and i also know
that many people are unable to access dal-net. so...i just thought i'd bring
up the idea, and see if there are enough people with web access who would be
interested in something of the kind.
so, whaddaya'll think? here's the url for y'all, so check it out!

http://www.yall.com

:) abigail

"there's where i've come from and where i'm going, and i am lost in between"

~ani difranco

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hey folks,

abigail said:
>first of "are you out there?" i've only received about 3 messages
today...hmm...

it looks like the list server was down for about 12 hours
earlier on, then was up again for a while, then went down
again for a couple more hours.  it seems to be working fine
again now...

sherlyn

ps - deb r., check the topic line.  now go buy "end of the
summer", dammit. :)
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= sherlyn koo - sherlyn@fl.net.au =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
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    and find the future that redeems,
    give us hell, and give us dreams;
    and grow and grow and grow..."   - dar williams

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date:         wed, 23 jul 1997 19:07:03 -0700
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on wed, 23 jul 1997, chris wrote:

> haven't been reading lately, so i dunno if this has been posted or not, but
>  the indigo girls have the cover story in this month's acoustic guitar magazine
>  as well as a transciption for dgtgag....

i havent seen this but...i would like to ask that everyone also take a
look at the martin sexton article...i have a photo published there :)
(i have confirmed this even though i havent seen the mag yet)

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

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subject:      2 questions, one igc, one nigc

igc first:

anyone who has the mt holyoke boot, please help!  right before they do
galileo, emily stops playing and says "i stepped on my ___________ sorry!"
what goes in the ___???

nigc:

i need info on k's choice please!  i have seen y'all talking about them but
didn't know who they were so kind of ignored, but i heard one of their songs
and i want more!!!  anyone got info?

thanks all!!!!!!!

peace, harmony and indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism  (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
- novitiate of suzanneglassism
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
can you show me now that i will not be killed in vain!
show me just a little of your omnipresent brain!
show me there's a reason for your wanting me to die!
you're far too keen on where and how and not so hot on why!
- amy as jesus, jesus christ superstar: a resurrection
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subject:      nigc sarah weigman

have you received my $5 for the atlanta mag????  if you have please send me
that mag!!!!!

thank you very much!!!!!!!!!!!!!

~~tigger

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subject:      lyrics to chickenman

hi list!

this is my first post, so i hope i've done it right.  recently saw ig in
dallas (front row center - it was amazing and inspiring) and i think i heard
lyrics to chickenman that i didn't recognize.  something about soldiers
marching.  anybody know what those alternate lyrics are and where they came
from?  all of a sudden, the song had a new, extremely powerful meaning.

also, i'd love to find a copy of reverse 1- live.  any ideas?

thanks and peace,

pam

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we're standing at opposite poles equal partners in a mystery

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es
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hey everyone,

the indigo girls fan survey, version iv, is ready and
raring to go.  the best way to fill it out is over the
www, at http://www.fl.net.au/~sherlyn/igsurvey.  or if
you don't have www access, drop me a note at
sherlyn@fl.net.au and i'll send you the email version.

enjoy!
sherlyn
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subject:      re: k.d. lang nigc

hi,
      kd lang was on hard rock live last sunday.  it was a great show, and i
am glad i taped it.  if you want to catch kd on tv, she'll be on letterman
thursday night (july 24).

see ya,
jaime

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just a quick mention that i have changed my email address to
underdog@earthlink.net and have moved my tape trading page to
http://home.earthlink.net/~underdog/

i am in the process of updating the email address on the lifeblood site

have a good day

carolyn

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i heard michelle malone's 'grace' from her new album on my local radio
station...the one that i 'discovered' about two weeks ago...aka the only
radio station that plays indigo girls (all their stuff) on a regular
basis.  and get this, i talked with the dj who airred the song and she
had no clue who mm was or that she had been touring with ig, and she was
impressed and said she would play mm stuff = ) again!  yea! for humbodlt
county! (specifically ferndale--where outbreak was filmed)--go khum!

=) just thought i'd share...it made the rest of work very enjoyable.

seona
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okay, i sent this once yesterday evening but i didn't see it in the
digests, so i'm _really_ sorry if some of you all are having to read this
2x.  here goes again:
i just got a new guitar case that i need to decorate.  but the last time i
saw the girls they weren't selling any stickers!  so i'm begging that
someone of you wonderful people will take pity on my naked little case and
pick me up some stickers -of the girls, or from lilith, or anything
interesting.  i'll send $$$ or the requisite firstborn of my children.  or
even boots, though i don't have tons.  thanks lots in advance!

anne

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> wow---$45!!!  i'm glad to see that the value has increased....i got my
> copy for $20 a few years ago....could never part with is though.


wow, i got my green vinyl copy for only $7!!!  and that wasn't even long
ago!  i think it was the only thing indigo i've bought for a reasonable
price!!!!  i think at one time in my life i bought the 'land of canaan'
cassette single (with the b side as never stop!!!) for $26!  :)  well,
we all are crazy sometimes....  :)

renee

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park city salt lake - review - replyish thingy...

i'm not your promised land
(i'm lonely tonight)
i'm not your promised one
(honey i'm trying to tell you that i'm lonely tonight)
i'm not your promised land
i'm not your promised one
i'm not the land of canaan
(i'm lonely tonight)
i'm not your land of canaan
(i'm lonely tonight)
i'm not the land of canaan sweetheart
waiting for you under the sun
i'm lonely tonight


is this song tried to be true....(aka "i'm lonely tonight")..???

<buzzzzzzzzzzzz> <wrooooooongggggg>
thanks for coming out and playing the game <name that tune off of one
lyric>, vanna what's her parting gift... a new car!!!  - and a fabulous
dining set....

no, but on a serious note... i thought the same exact thing (similar happy,
upbeat songs)...after reading "what separates me"  -  i figured "i'm
lonely tonight" sounds sort of like the same song. (only for a brief
nano-second of course!)
tigger, the high priestess <bow>, i was roflol too, btw.  (don't get
mad  - but your mistake made me laugh (see just above for specifics)).
(or was it on purpose - je ne sais pas)...hmmmmmmm

but it's funny how people guess what the name of the song is... i
remember (nigc) before pearl jam's versus album came out...i called
"leash" - "drop the leash (or leaves i think)" cause that's a repeating line
in the song...

ok.........a question if you may so indulge me or the list.......
????????????????????????????????????????????????????
i'm making a mix of ig songs from all their albums including two live ones,
(actually one side is live and the other is studio)  and my question is
what's a good / can't miss driving song(s) ?????

(besides of course the oj driving in a convertible gotm commercial...)
my first instincts would be soy, lc, ttbt and joking...

thanks for my random ramblings of the rainy day ny blues (hey i should
write lyrics???)

mkc
bored at work and saying hi cause not many people are awake right
now on the list <bitter face>.... :p (<duh> <what am i doing here>?)...

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
if i had a million dollars....
i would buy you a monkey...
(i always wanted a monkey)!!!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
(bnl)

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subject:      nigc shawn colvin & attachments

i got this from sony:

shawn colvin 7/28 at sessions at west 54th      (this is the taping only -resa)
tune into your public television station every saturday night at 11:00 pm for

sessions at west 54th!
shawn colvin 7/28
tune in at: http://www.sessionsatwest54th.com/

air date looks like august 23.

also, there have been a few attachments posted recently - can we please stick
to the guidelines in the faq.

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subject:      sigc-cd scratch repairs, boot request

just a quick question:
i just found the history of us cd used for $7.99. (checking the indigo girls
section every time i enter a music store for the past 5 years has finally
reaped a reward!)unfortunately, it is scratched in a way that the last 2 songs
have a skipping noise that is almost unbearable.  does anyone out there have
any suggestions on how to try and fix it?  i have heard a few suggestions
on the list in the past, but have forgotten them.pleeeease help me.  all i
want is a listenable version of the wonderful american tune. thanks, ali


ps.i'm also looking for 3 boots: sept. 26, 1993 eddie's attic; april 24,1996
eddie's attic (flunkie); and feb. 25, 1996  red light cafe.  if anyone has
a copy of those shows and would be willing to help me out, i would be sooooo
happy.  i would be more than happy to trade from my collection (forewarning: it's not great;(
f
alisonk@vnet.ibm.com                   ibm  essex, vermont

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subject:      nigc: trades

to anyone whom i've promised my bootlist to in the past couple of days, i
haven't been able to connect from home, so i haven't been able to send out my
list ...

i'll try again tonight - please be patient !!

chris

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hey y'all! just found this on reuters. i don't think it's been posted. if
so, sorry :)

jendy


teen report-indigo girls 'calling the shots' and loving it

music news by merritt mcalister, 17 years old

stone mountain, georgia (reuter) - for the past 16 years, amy ray and emily
saliers,
better known as the indigo girls, have been playing music together.

their music's unique blending of folk and rock has created a large, mostly
female following, drawn to
ray and saliers' music and political and social messages.

"creatively, we've just always done our thing," saliers said in a recent
telephone interview.

"we've made the albums we want to make. we call the shots," she said.

saliers said that despite the competitiveness of the music industry and what
one hears about how
hard it is to break into the industry, the sacrifices for her have been few
and the rewards many.

saliers said she loves what she does and famous or not she would still be
making music, the same
kind of music she and ray make.

with a good relationship with their manager and record company (epic), the
indigo girls have been
able to focus on making powerful and emotional records, saliers said.

they have been able to avoid being consumed with the commercialization
present in much of the
music industry, she said.

on their most recent album, "shaming of the sun", released this spring,
their creative freedom
exploded in a new way.

for the first time, ray and saliers co-produced their own record with
engineer david leonard.

"it took a lot more energy and work, but i think that it was the most
gratifying record we've made,"
saliers said.

on the album ray and saliers delve into more instrumentation, expanding
their traditional acoustic
guitar sound to encompass a banjo, electric guitar, mandolin and dulcimer,
among others.

"in the end it was just a very freeing experience," saliers said.

the indigo girls are currently touring, promoting the already double
platinum "shaming of the sun."

beginning in august, the indigo girls join lilith fair, a collective summer
concert event organized by
canadian singer/songwriter sarah mclachlan and made up of all female
performers, including
shawn colvin, jewel and mary chapin carpenter.

"i am excited about playing lilith fair," saliers said.

"it's great to have a bunch of women playing music together and we're big
fans of sarah mclachlan
and glad she put this together," saliers said.

following lilith fair, saliers said the indigo girls won't slow down.

in september there are plans for a second honor the earth tour, this time
focusing on east coast
environmental issues, saliers said.

the indigo girls 1995 honor the earth tour promoted the rights of indigenous
peoples.

for october, efforts are being made to organize a tour just for high school
students, saliers said.

"it's been a little difficult putting it together logistically," she noted.

if all goes as planned, the indigo girls should be touring high schools for
a month, then go back to
playing clubs and theaters before heading off to australia in january,
saliers said.

there are also some surprise plans in the works for spring that the duo is
keeping under wraps.

"it's something really fun," saliers said somewhat mischievously, keeping
the surprise a secret.

to keep a watchful eye on what this surprise might be and for other updated
indigo girls tour
information, check out the band's web site
(http://www.epiccenter.com/epiccenter/indigogirls).

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the article said:

>the indigo girls are currently touring, promoting the already double
>platinum "shaming of the sun."

"already double plantinum"?????? was the writer listening to that dj in new
england?

deb

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subject:      mm on y'all...(nigc)

did anybody save a transcript of this?  i have the slowest computer
still in use (one of those 1950's jobs that fill up an entire room),
and i wasn't able to get on and do the chat.

gwen

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sorry for the nigc, but whit's e-mail addy  (whitkuhn@ns.happcontrols.com)
is no longer valid.  so......

hi whit ... did you forget us on tape loop 1? remember?  you've got some
of our tapes.   we'll forgive you if you e-mail us, or me...
seona
sb2@axe.humboldt.edu

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according to the yall.com person who was in the chat, a transcript of the
mm chat will be available at www.yall.com. last time i checked it wasn't
there.

jendy

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subject:      igc!!!  talk about trivial!

this was forwarded to me today, & me, with nothing better to do, took the
entire quiz of 118 songs.  got a huge kick outta 91.  if anyone wants the
whole thing email me privately.

dee


> >     okay, from the author of the (in)famous glam quiz comes the
> >     80s pop quiz. yes, lines from all your favorite 80s songs
> >     will be listed below and it's your job to come up with the
> >     song. some are pretty straight forward and some i don't
> >     think many will get. i hope you all enjoy the quiz.
> >
> >     1) and she's lovin him with that body i just know it
> >     2) i'm on the huntdown after you
> >     3) who needs a heart when a heart can be broken?

...(big ol' snip!!!)...

> >     91) and the best thing you've ever done for me is to help me
> >     take my life less seriously, it's only life after all

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subject:      hello....

hi all...haven't been around for a while.  i am not back on the list but
wanted to drop in for a visit!!!

veronica and tom...please don't hate me...the tapes will arrive before the
next decade...i promise! ; - )

hope everyone is doing well...

sundara...if you are still out there will ya try and get in touch with me?
thanks!

anywho...hope all is well...
ttfn
tucker (galileo)

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subject:      sigc:  lilith fair (nashville) tickets?

hi folks!

it's been a while.  i hope all is well in ig-land!  :)

i'm not currently on the list, but was wondering if anyone had lilith
fair tickets (to the nashville show) that they wanted to sell.  i need:
a)  one ticket (*not* on the lawn)
        or, preferably,
b) two tickets together (*not* on the lawn)

i have a ticket... but, now, one of my friends wants to go and we'd like
to sit together if possible.  so, here comes another option:
c)  i could trade my $53 ticket for two $26 ones... (if someone had two
tickets, but one person backed out or whatever... hey, it's possible!
then, you could get a seat upgrade :)

if anyone can help me out, or knows someone who can, please email me.
i'll be the one with my fingers crossed.  btw, sorry for the low-ig
content (they are playing the nashville show though)   ;)

thanks!
tamara  =)

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date:         fri, 25 jul 1997 08:56:55 +1000
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hey folks,

dee forwarded a trivia quiz which included the clue:
>> >     91) and the best thing you've ever done for me is to help me
>> >     take my life less seriously, it's only life after all

oh, c'mon.  if they *really* wanted to make it challenging
the clue would have just been:
        91) yeah

ha!  all us ig fans would have got it instantly.

btw, the first lot of survey results (12 in all, and another
30 or so came in while i was asleep) are up now:
http://www.fl.net.au/~sherlyn/igsurvey, and follow the links
from there.

:)
sherlyn (remarkably wacky after being woken up at 6.30am
by someone wanting to use her printer)

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    make sure you make lots of mistakes.
    and find the future that redeems,
    give us hell, and give us dreams;
    and grow and grow and grow..."   - dar williams

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> if all goes as planned, the indigo girls should be touring high
> schools for a month, then go back to playing clubs and theaters
> before heading off to australia in january, saliers said.

yay for the aussies!  now all they have to do is tour in all the rest
of the continents and this list will be covered!  :)

anna

"the wages of sin are death, but by the time taxes are taken
out, it's just sort of a tired feeling." --paula poundstone
http://narnia.emu.edu/pub/students/creechal/creechal.htm

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hi all,

sorry to post here, but i know there are a lot of melissa ferrick fans on
this list, and i was wondering if anyone is going to her concert in buffalo
on august 30?

shelley

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subject:      need to sell!  (3) lilith fair tickets for jones beach,
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due to a yucky situation, i have to get rid of my lilith fair tickets
for friday's show at jones beach.  i know it's kind of last minute, but
here they are.  i have three (3) tickets, and i'd like an even $50 for
each ($5 less than the ticketmaster price after service charges and all
their other bullshit).  the seats:

orchestra c: w5, w6, v6

so two of them are next to each other and the other is right in
front/back (dunno which) of them.

i'm located in manhattan and i'd like to get rid of these tonight if
possible, so please call me now if you want them!  no flakers!  serious
buyers only!  :)  don't call after midnight, of course.  (212)
222-2872.  or you can try me at work tomorrow at (212) 833-8903.  ask
for ed.

; ed

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hey folks,

>> if all goes as planned, the indigo girls should be touring high
>> schools for a month, then go back to playing clubs and theaters
>> before heading off to australia in january, saliers said.

whoohoo!  i guess it wasn't just a rumour then!  alright! :)

now, let's get down to business.  i'm planning on getting to
as many shows as i can, excluding maybe perth (the flight's
so damn expensive).  so that's sydney, canberra, melbourne,
adelaide and brisbane.  hell, maybe even nz - it's closer
than perth.  who's interested in roadtripping, or even just
providing floorspace for roadtrippers to crash?  we can get
our own little ig tour going. :)

flippin' out,
sherlyn

ps - joe hamilton, you scare me. :)
pps - welcome back lorinda.  yay.
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i also heard that she's gonna be on regis and kathy lee tomorow morning,
and on letterman sometime soon too.

>hey y'all--
>   i read somewhere....not sure if it is accurate, but kd lang is going to be
>on hard rock live this sunday......
>lauren

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subject:      self-titlled ig lp; caroline aiken; red letter day

hey y'all,


<ig lp>
i miraculously found a self-titled ig lp
(one of those black vinyl round things
that look like large cds, but not as shiny)
in a used cd/record store in iowa city.  my eyes
bugged out.  now, i know that this record
is not nearly as rare as shades of indigo,
etc., but what i'd like to know is....how much
is one of these things worth?  of course, to
me, although i can't play it (no black vinyl
round thingy player), it is quite priceless.
but i paid a mere $6 for it.  it was opened
but hasn't a scratch on it.  it does have one
dinged corner on the cover though.  i wonder
if i can be so lucky to get it signed at one of
the lilith fairs i am going to....that would top
it off!

<caroline aiken>
hey, i am a total, absolute, bar nothing
caroline aiken convert!!  why, oh why, did i wait
so long to hear this great woman?  i just got
her live at the attic and live bait cds from
ladyslipper (in a very speedy five days) and i
just can't put 'em down.  she's quite a guitarist
and has a beautiful, natural, very strong voice.
it would be heaven to catch her in concert.
anyway, i just got back on the list after a long
hiatus and wonder if anyone has posted a
review of caroline's new cd, "butler field".  would
someone critique this cd for me?  i haven't
heard it yet; i just ordered it from silverwolf
records since no record store in eastern iowa
has heard of her.  can't wait to get it!  all those
people out there who haven't heard ca yet....
trust me, her cds are very wise buys.  plus,
live at the attic has ca singing with ig on
white house blues...very good!!!

<red letter day>
i also got red letter day's "four bowls of colour" cd
along with my ca cds.  thanks to don for giving
me and the list a heads-up on this!  ladyslipper
says in their catalog that red letter day reminds
them of ig's harmonies, good lyrics, etc.  so, i
figured i'd try it.  they are very catchy!!!  not as
good as ig (of course), but after only one listen
to the cd, i can't put that one down either.  i'd
highly recommend them if you're looking for some
catchy new music.  now, i don't know who is who
of the female duo (reminds me of the thread "which one is
amy and which one is emily?"), but the lead singer
on many of the songs has a raspy voice that reminded
me of amy when i first heard it.  you can make the call.

lisa
(i've got my first ever nickname!!!!....uh, besides those
i don't want to hear that are said behind my back......
it's "mario" of the andretti fame.  supposedly, i drive
like shit.  go on a few road-trips with people and
your entire reputation gets blown!!  sheesh!)

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subject:      funny little ig toaster oven story!

ok, so...i don't usually post, but this one is worth it!  i'm working at
a day camp this summer and i've worn my shaming of the sun hat a few
times, walked around humming various ig songs and performed closer to
fine with my guitar and a few friends.  basically, almost everyone knows
that i love ig.  at the beginning of the summer, my co-counselor, a very
17 y/o high school boy, made it known that he in fact hated ig.  as the
summer has gone on he has become less adamant in his hatred.  this
culminated tuesday when he finally broke down and asked to borrow sots!
he came in today and proclaimed that he liked the whole cd!  so...do i
get a toaster oven!??

all my love,

jess
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anybody have any extra to sell?  i/m desperate :-(

        slavi

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help.  it has been days since i received a message!!!
what's going on?????
thanks.

tami

" no dress rehearsal, this is our life "  -- the tragically hip

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in a message dated 97-07-24 02:26:32 edt, trp@cdepot.net (tom paul) writes:

<< emily's father is a minister, amy majored in theology in college.  amy
also
has an obsession with death, angels, god, the devil, heaven and hell. >>

and roadkill......... you forgot roadkill............

peace, harmony and indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism  (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
- novitiate of suzanneglassism
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
can you show me now that i will not be killed in vain!
show me just a little of your omnipresent brain!
show me there's a reason for your wanting me to die!
you're far too keen on where and how and not so hot on why!
- amy as jesus, jesus christ superstar: a resurrection
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subject:      acoustic guitar magazine article

hello!

my girlfriend mentioned that some of you kind list folks had a recent issue
of acoustic guitar magazine with ig on the cover, along with the
transcriptions to dgtgag.  this of course peaked my intrest.  i've looked
everywhere but apparently that issue had been replaced by the august
issue(featuring ani d.).  so here is my plea...if anyone has that issue and
would be willing to copy it for me (or even post it) i would really
appreciate it.  please email me privately if you can help me out.

thanks very much!

vanessa

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hey sherlyn and other aussies!

wooo hooo!!!  ig in oz again!

> than perth.  who's interested in roadtripping, or even just
> providing floorspace for roadtrippers to crash?  we can get
> our own little ig tour going. :)

count me in for floor space in brisbane... and probably for the the
roadtrip too.  sherlyn, you know how tiny our unit is, but if we move
things around, i'm sure we could fit at least two or three people :)

ok, i'll calm down now and let everyone else in the office get back to
work... i'm sure they thought i was crazy when they heard my screams of
delight after reading that message ;)

have a great weekend y'all,
shelley

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sorry for the lack of direct igc, but i'm getting set to plop down for some
channel flipping to catch both shawn colvin on austin city limits (pbs) and
k.d. lang on letterman (cbs) within the next hour, and i thought i'd send a
friendly reminder to anyone who's interested, in case the broadcast
schedules coincide in other cities.

<slipping into couch potato mode--rare!>

:) abigail

"there's where i've come from and where i'm going, and i am lost in between"

~ani difranco

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subject:      ig & sports; dar, again.

hey, mario here for another post.....and then i've
gotta get twink her private correspondence, finally!

i was "a'wandering out on the hills of iowa..." (a dar
reference, which, to me, means i was taking a walk
down the streets of cedar rapids) tonight...a good
way to clear my head for better thoughts....what else
but ig (it figures with their music blaring in my head).
anyway...so i was thinking about ig and sports.  with
all the touring ig does and fast food they eat, we know
they partake in physical activity...outside of their riotous
concerts!  :)  amy and emily admit going biking in the
cities they play in.  btw, has anyone run into them on
a bike trail?  i mean, what the heck would you do/say
if you were biking along and looked up in time to see
amy and emily biking past you the opposite way...or
what if you caught up to them going the same way and
then noticed it was them?...."passing on your left!!!!"....<omigod,
it's amy and emily!> "...er, i mean, riding right along side of you
for miles and miles and making you wish you took a more
isolated path!......"  i am a fairly new fan....since 1200 curfews,
and i've spent an even smaller amount of time on this list,
so i don't remember hearing if amy and em played or play
certain sports on a regular basis.  does anyone know?
i don't know if anyone mentioned this in reviews of the
fraze, kettering, oh concert, but.....some people at the
concert said they were hanging out before the concert to
catch the sound check, and saw amy and jerry throwing the
softball around in a grassy, fan-accessible area outside
of the venue, watched 'em, and then got autographs.
i feel like i missed the event of a lifetime.  well,
i was at the list meeting at the time, so i had a good
alternative there.  :)  i love softball and would have given
a heck of a lot to play catch with amy.  "hi, amy...no, i don't
want your autograph, but can i play catch with you....just
this once...pleeeeease?!"

with all the posting about dar that's been going on (on the
ig list!), i've gotta add another one.  for all you gonna-be
dar fans out there, don't run right out and get dar's new cd,
"end of the summer".  i don't know what everyone else thinks,
but i'd recommend first getting dar's two previous cds, "honesty
room" and "mortal city".   i mean, if you were trying to turn someone
on to ig, would you give them sots as their first cd?  no, probably
not.  like ig and ani, dar's gotten a little riskier/rockier with her
new cd, i think.  you've gotta hear the folkier side of dar before you
graduate to
"end of the summer".   but, unlike ig and ani, dar's cds have been around

for just three years......she's too new to change so much.  "honesty
room" is
a '95 release, "mortal city" came out in '96, and now there's "end of the

summer" in '97.  how's that for hard work?  when she said "i think i'll
make
a go of it......" (i imagine she said this to herself sometime along the
way),
she wasn't kiddin'!  anyway, dar's new cd is great, but don't forget her
previous two releases.  they are must-haves!

lisa

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the issue with ig is the *september* issue; it apparently hasn't hit the
newsstands yet....

--nick

on thu, 24 jul 1997, <kathy kuzniar> wrote:

> hello!
>
> my girlfriend mentioned that some of you kind list folks had a recent issue
> of acoustic guitar magazine with ig on the cover, along with the
> transcriptions to dgtgag.  this of course peaked my intrest.  i've looked
> everywhere but apparently that issue had been replaced by the august
> issue(featuring ani d.).  so here is my plea...if anyone has that issue and
> would be willing to copy it for me (or even post it) i would really
> appreciate it.  please email me privately if you can help me out.
>
> thanks very much!
>
> vanessa
>
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hey, i was just reading this article on ani difranco, who's on the cover
of spin mag.  it's a good article.  i was surprised when i saw amy ray
mentioned there.  it says they are good friends.  did everyone know amy
just got a new tatoo on her chest (she wanted on her back)?!  anyway,
does anyone know about this rolling thunder pussy revue that ani and ig
are talking about?
thanks,
david

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check out www.mobydisc.com

i think they might have a few copies of shades of indigo for $30.

they list a copy of reverse 1 live but i think there was only one (not
positive but pretty sure) and it's been sold.

this is the first time i have done business with them, so until i have
the merchandise in my hot little hands i will not rest.


paula

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date:         fri, 25 jul 1997 00:02:08 -0500
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subject:      acoustic guitar mag. cover/article

hey y'all,

i thought someone first posted that ig would be on
the september cover of acoustic guitar mag.  now i'm
thinking that i missed it.  but i was just in the store the
other day and saw a july issue with not ig, not ani (who
is supposedly on the aug. issue), but someone else.
so, can someone straighten this out?  what month's
issue is ig going to be on?  and if i missed it, can
someone please find me an extra copy?  could some
knowledgeable soul please e-mail me privately about
this?  i'm on digest, and i think i must miss some stuff.

lisa
lschreihart@juno.com

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even though vh-1 has played the ig videos and has done a couple
special things on them, they did not play any ig videos during their
a-z weekend.  they played a lot of bands/people i've never even
heard of, but no ig.  also, they just had a "top ten women of the
'90s" special, and did not include a&e.  what's the deal?

5 days to lillith fair - can't wait.

ok, back to lurk mode...
   scott

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subject:      re: ig & sports

in a message dated 7/25/97 8:48:47 am, you wrote:

>anyway...so i was thinking about ig and sports.  with
>all the touring ig does and fast food they eat, we know
>they partake in physical activity...outside of their riotous
>concerts!  :)

        i doubt they eat lots of fast food on the road.  on show days, their food is
catered (unless it's a club show, then they may get a "buy-out" which is
money for meals).  artists can request specific meals or specific kinds of
meals (ie: low fat, vegen, etc).  catering usually has plenty of vegetables,
fruits and stuff with lots of protein.

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hello all,

this site gives you the opportunity to add your name to a
list of people wishing to make an apology to the stolen
generation of aboriginal australians...something our
misguided, narrow, and generally appalling current
government refuses to do: (this is my opinion.......i
respect your right to yours whether it be different to mine
or not).  please if you have the time, go sign.....

http://apology.west.net.au/

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on thu, 24 jul 1997, david campbell wrote:

> mentioned there.  it says they are good friends.  did everyone know amy
> just got a new tatoo on her chest (she wanted on her back)?!  anyway,

after watching the greatwoods ppv many times in a row, i notived that when
amy really rocked out and her shirt kinda fell to the side you could see a
little black something tattoo on her chest.  did the article say what it
was?  everyone go watch it and see!  i 'specially noticed it on scooter
boys.

happy obsessed ig day,
jennie
(;

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subject:      nigc: mcc boot 7/24/97

hey everyone:

for all the mary chapin carpenter fans out there - i booted her at oakdale
theatre in wallingford, ct last night ...

please e-mail me privately for details !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

chris

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yep got mine in the mail...good pix and an interesting interview on
guitars and different tunings primarily. worth getting.
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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hey, y'all!

i'm a brand-spankin' newbie to the list of love-n-funk.  so . . . hi!  may
you all be blessed in the name of emily's banjo strings.

so, like, i've been a fan for years but have never gotten in on this
bootleg thing.  eeek!  well, "they say that it's never too late, but you
don't get any younger"--so i reckon i oughta start now!  obviously, i have
no boots to trade, but if some really really nice person would wanna help
me out, i can offer blank tapes and postage.  (or if that doesn't seem
kosher, let me know what else would work!)  i'd like to get the really old
stuff first--"tuesday's children," "blue food,"  and "live at the purple
parrot." (i'd also welcome suggestions of other coolie boots, those of you
omniscient indi-booters!)

many thanks in advance!!

peace in amy's mystery tattoo,

melissa

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hey everyone ...

i noticed that too on the ppv special during a few songs that it looked like
she had a tattoo on the upper left side of her chest ...

but i dismissed it because i thought someone said she had the tat put on her
stomach ...

chris

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hi everyone,

to anyone thats interested i have a copy of the mm transcript for the
y'all chat the other day. email me privately and i'll send you a copy

lynda

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can anyone who has not received the pal version of this please email me
privately (i have received over twenty
responses from people who have - but i had over fifty people on my list and
as you will recall i had a tragedy with
my last mail program.  i will send them out asap if you can just give me
your mail details again.
regards,
sandy

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subject:      wall of sound online ig biography

when i was cruising the web today i found a biograghy of a&e on wall of
sound. some of the content irritated me and i let them know it.

editors:
i must take exception to one line in your online biography of the indigo
girls:" their need to express their sexual preferences outweighed their
musical good sense." since this comment is left unexplained as to exactly how
saliers' & rays' "coming out" has compromised the music on rites of passage,
this line feels like a bit of gratuitous homophobia. if you are referring to
amy rays' cover of "romeo & juliet," that's a bit of a stretch, since ray did
not change the pronouns or names in the song. she is clearly just covering
the dire straits song, which happens to be sung from the male perspective.
indigo girls also cover dylan's "tangled up in blue," the lyrics of which are
clearly also the perspective of a man, and by your logic this would also be
"a sexual identity song." how about that they wanted to cover these songs?
you don't like the cover, fine. but what does being a lesbian have to do with
"romeo & juliet?"

as any serious indigo girls fan will tell you, rites of passage is not the cd
where saliers & ray begin to address their personal issues of sexual
identity. try swamp ophelia for starters, and the issue is not even fully
addressed until shaming of the sun (it's allright"), a full five years after
the release of rites of passage.

karen johanns

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subject:      pnw sub list - update

hello ig listers!
i am in the process of updating the pacific northwest ig sub list.  i
have been getting many "returned mails" because of failure to locate
email addresses.  probably a lot of people out of school losing email
accounts - but, if anyone out there wants to be deleted or added to the
pnw sub list, please let me know.  i will be updating our list for the
next post.

please send me mail either way so i can be sure to have the most current
addys for everyone who wants to stay on the sub list.  any ideas,
opinions or suggestions are always welcomed.  :o)

you don't have to be from the pnw to be on the list if you are just
interested in the area or come for vacation and want to meet up with ig
listers.  we have many "honorary" members!!!  all are welcome!

thank you and have a great weekend!

lynn from seattle  :-)
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hey y'all,

i'll leave the details of the trip out (but there will eventually be a
post about it- there was way too much igc not to post, my mom even got
into finding igc in things, weird).

on friday audrey, my mom, and i all headed down to denver to try and
find the perfect gift for emily.  we started off at the tattered cover
bookstore (big place, about five stories).  audrey had talked about a
book "shooting back from the reservation" which supports a project
called shooting back.  the basic concept is that they give youth cameras
and teach them about photography and then turn the pictures into a book
and the book supports the project, so it's all really cool (audrey can
probably explain it a lot better than i can).  it gives you a different
perspective on things, very cool.  anywho, it took audrey about 2.3
seconds to find the book when we got into the photography section, so i
think that it was fate.  we got the book and started scanning around the
bookstore some more.  audrey found a book "the writer's desk" that has
pictures of different writers (toni morrison and  kurt vonnegut as well
as many, many others were in it) at their desks (or writing space).
beside the picture of them is a little bit by the writer about their
style and how they like to write and when.  we decided to hold on to the
idea of the book and look around denver some more.  we spent about three
hours walking around and looking in all the nifty stores, but we just
couldn't find the right thing.  although, i did make friends with a cute
little cat named lucy in one of the stores.  she was sweet.  the lady
that worked at the store had to take her off of me cause she wouldn't
get off of my shoulder.  back to the point, we decided to go back to the
bookstore and get "the writer's desk" and send the remainder of the
tangible gift money to billings house (there is a $35 check on its way
up to deb right now).

friday night at the concert we brought along the gift (check, cards,
books, etc.) in a bag so that we could easily hand it over to sully
after the concert.  when we went down to the stage it was obvious that
sully was way too busy to give the gift to.  so audrey and i went down
to where the backstage entrance was and told our story to a nice
security guard.  she sent us back up the hill to go talk to the
production manager.  i told him the story and he radioed for dave
ellison, the tour manager (some of you may know him as the harmonica
player during chickenman, the one with the long hair and glasses).
after we waited for five or ten minutes, dave came out.  i told him what
the gift was and said that we just wanted to make sure that it was
passed on to emily.  he said that he would definitely see that emily got
the present.  and seeing as he is with them almost all of the time, i'm
sure she did.  he looked pretty enthusiastic about it too.  i just think
that it is really cool that after the last show of the tour emily could
end the night with a birthday present like that!!

thanks to everybody who helped with both birthday presents!!!  i still
can't believe the whole thing.  in total we raised over $5000!!!!!
($2500 for amy's birthday and honor the earth and $2650 for emily's
birthday and the billings house).  y'all are amazing!!!!!

i just want to send a huge thank you out to greta, tony, deb, audrey,
everyone who helped us, those of you who donated, and,of course, amy and
emily.

peace,
mandi

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in a message dated 97-07-25 10:37:51 edt, you write:

<< no, but on a serious note... i thought the same exact thing (similar
happy,
upbeat songs)...after reading "what separates me"  -  i figured "i'm
lonely tonight" sounds sort of like the same song. (only for a brief
nano-second of course!)
tigger, the high priestess <bow>, i was roflol too, btw.  (don't get
mad  - but your mistake made me laugh (see just above for specifics)).
(or was it on purpose - je ne sais pas)...hmmmmmmm
  >>


well now that i've already melted into a humiliated puddle of goo on the
floor from the 15 folks who corrected me privately, thank you for stepping in
me publicly!!!!!  :)

i was sooooooooooooooooo embarrassed!  <grin>  next time i'll think before i
run my mouth!  oh well even priestesses can make mistakes!  :)

peace!!!!

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism
  ~novitiate of suzanneglassism
   ~president, grlchasr26 fan club
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and he said, cause you're in my front yard!
boy did i feel as white as the snow!"
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in a message dated 97-07-24 02:25:27 edt, tracey writes:

<< just a reminder to y'all that indigo girls entered the roguemarket this
morning... at last check ( a few minutes ago) they were not rising very
fast and, in fact, both cheap trick and maryln manson (who both entered
today for the first time as well) had gained more than ig had.
  >>

actually ... i see this as a good sign ...
this indicates that most ig fans are not a bunch of pettit' bourgeoise
capitalist freaks, feeding the industrial machine that grows fat on the
blood of the proletariat underclass and the life force of the earth itself.

argh.
:)
miss b.
(present company excepted, of course ;)

"money, money, money, do you feel like a pawn in your own world ?
  you found the system but you lost the pearl ..."
[nyro]
"they said we're stealing from the rich to feed the poor ...
  well they need more ..."
[ray]

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i had said:
>> just a reminder to y'all that indigo girls entered the roguemarket this
>> morning... at last check ( a few minutes ago) they were not rising very
>> fast and, in fact, both cheap trick and maryln manson (who both entered
>> today for the first time as well) had gained more than ig had.

        mmebinky tapped in reply to me:
>actually ... i see this as a good sign ...
>this indicates that most ig fans are not a bunch of pettit' bourgeoise
>capitalist freaks, feeding the industrial machine that grows fat on the
>blood of the proletariat underclass and the life force of the earth itself.
>
>argh.
>:)
> miss b.
>(present company excepted, of course ;)

ahh but my grande dame of ynkibness, how  does that theory fit in with ani
defranco (just entered rogumarket last week) being at nearly $15  now (all
new shares open at 10), tori amos (on for awhile i beleive) being at $74,
and natalie merchant being at $98?  (melissa e. is at a ridiculous $157)

oh wait... i think i just proved yer point....

tracy - racing out to feed the industrialistic machine because we need some
new trinkets to satisfy the faux requirements of participating in today's
quasi-democratic sub-culture perpetuated by the greed of anglo-european men
with power.  ("going out to get some groceries" for those of you who are
neither evergreeners nor living with a grad of evergreen)

ps bink - don't you have a thesis to do?

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subject:      sigc: michelle & friends @ eddie's attic

hello everyone!

for those of you were as fortunate as i to see michelle and *friends* at
eddie's attic -  i would love to see if one of you know the answer to this
question.

what is the name of the song that amy sang when she first got on the stage???
i've been listening to the lyrics, and i can't really figure out the title.
and i've never heard that before.   who wrote it??!   is that a song by
michelle, or someone else?  that was a totally amazing song!!!!!!!    as amy
said "yee haw"  =)

the sigc part - one of the guests at michelle's cd release party at eddie's
last night was none other than amy.   she came out during the third set, and
played the above unknown song, and later on played on wild horses, and down
by the river.

other guests included:  michael lorant, sheila doyle, kristen hall, sonja
rutstein, chris mcguire, and michelle's family - whom are all as talented as
she is.   and tons of other atlanta artists, whose names all escape me at the
moment.

michelle was totally amazing.  i **highly** recommend seeing her if you ever
get the chance.   and if anyone in atlanta is interested, she is doing an
instore performance tomorrow at wuxtry records in decatur.    i know she'd
definitely appreciate a large crowd =)

also, if anyone has the set lists from last night (any or all of the three
shows) i'd love to see them!!  i'd really appreciate titles  =)

thanks!
=)
lisa
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from:         jeremy s ames <gaiachild@juno.com>
subject:      free cd! (nigc)

anyone ever herd of  the immortality box?  lifeblood is giving away their
cd, because they said they have lots left over the breakup.  no catch
they claim, and they will even ship international.  the cd features
kristen hall: vocals, michelle malone: vocals, marty kearns: keyboards,
don mccollister: cello as guests.  so sign up for your own cd at:
http://www.hidwater.com/hwfeatures.html

has someone already posted this offer on the list and i just missed it?

jeremy

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date:         fri, 25 jul 1997 22:37:11 -0400
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from:         dschulman@aol.com
subject:      re: free cd! (nigc)

in a message dated 7/25/97 9:12:03 pm, you wrote:

<<anyone ever herd of  the immortality box?  lifeblood is giving away their

cd, because they said they have lots left over the breakup.  no catch

they claim, and they will even ship international.  the cd features

kristen hall: vocals, michelle malone: vocals, marty kearns: keyboards,

don mccollister: cello as guests.  so sign up for your own cd at:

http://www.hidwater.com/hwfeatures.html>>

actually, this is a mary fortune express cd.  kristen hall & michelle malone
are guest vocalists... as in back-up.  chris mcguire is the lead singer of
mfe.

dee

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date:         fri, 25 jul 1997 23:22:47 -0400
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from:         whitney newell <whitdatwit@aol.com>
subject:      lilith tickets for dc?

hey all! does anyone out there know where i could find an extra ticket or two
for the lilith fair on tues. july 29?  i think its at merryweather but i'm
not sure but i would love to go more than anything else in the world.  at
first i didn't think i could go but plans changed and i will be here and
would die to go.  if anyone has any info. please e-mail me at:
whitdatwit@aol.com
thankyou!!
peace,love,and harmony,
whitney:)

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date:         sat, 26 jul 1997 08:53:16 +330
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hi list,
tomorrow is my birthday. i will be grateful if everyone congratulate my
birthday with the best sentence or anything surprising.
hideh.

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date:         sat, 26 jul 1997 00:48:06 -0500
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from:         tamara l mizell <transient@juno.com>
subject:      sigc:  lilith fair (nashville) ticket for sale!

hi folks!

i need to get rid of my lilith fair ticket for the aug. 6, nashville show
(with ig, sarah mclachlan, michelle malone, jewel, emmylou harris, etc.).
if anyone needs a good ticket, please let me know.  it cost me $53.90,
but, if you're interested, maybe we can work something out.

sorry to waste bandwidth, but i'd hate to see a good ticket go to waste.
plus, it hurts to lose $53.  ouch...

i am not currently on the list, so if you need to address me in any
regards, please do it privately.

i hope everyone is happy and healthy.

tamara :)

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date:         fri, 25 jul 1997 23:44:26 -0500
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from:         "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
subject:      ig in acoustic guitar mag

hey y'all,

i got some responses from a few of you kind friends
concerning when the acoustic guitar mag issue with
ig would be available.  thanks for responding!  before
i could get home to read my e-mail, i stopped at
barnes & noble bookstore and found several of the
september issues with ig on the cover!  great surprise!
i wasn't aware that mags. are so pre-dated.  it isn't even
august yet.   i was fortuntate to have thought of
checking tonight.  if anyone needs a copy of the mag
and can't get it where you live, i will be happy to go
back to barnes & noble this weekend to pick up some
more copies.  they are $5 each plus postage.  e-mail me
privately if you're interested.  i won't get any more copies
until i get confirmation from whoever wants one.

about the article.....it's great!....different  from the usual
question and answer sessions.  this one is very
technical.  it talks about tuning of guitars, all the instruments
used in producing the albums, types of guitars, etc.  it
was nice to hear amy and emily talk in technical terms.
it is easy to take their "effortless" guitar playing for granted.
by reading this article, i just realized what work goes
into writing and producing their songs.  i have even more
respect for them now, especially since i don't play any
instruments but would like to learn someday soon.

lisa

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date:         sat, 26 jul 1997 07:23:22 +0100
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from:         "c.j. beavers" <cjb@nervm.nerdc.ufl.edu>
subject:      another pair lf tickets-- atlanta-- available (nigc)
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i have at least one pair of extra tickets for the lf in atlanta on august
1, 1997.

i am asking for the face value-- $44 / ticket.

this is the schedule of events i got off the web a few weeks ago:

kelly willis 4:30 pm
abra moore 5:10 pm
fiona apple 5:50 pm
suzanna hoffs 6:35 pm
emmylou harris 7:15 pm
joan osborne 8:05 pm
jewel 9:00 pm
sarah mclachlan 10:10 pm

this is the lakewood amphitheatre-- section 102, row t.  i believe these
are fairly good seats, but you might should check a seating map.

let me know if interested,
casey

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date:         sat, 26 jul 1997 13:41:37 edt
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from:         "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
subject:      tickets are free if you're cute (nigc)

--- you wrote:
anyway,
does anyone know about this rolling thunder pussy revue that ani and ig
are talking about?
thanks,
david
--- end of quote ---

well, actually, i didn't want to leak this to the list yet, but they (ani and
amy) have asked me to be the merchandiser of the rtpr. i'm working on a whole
slew of creative knicknacks to sell at the show, like the "shame on you" dental
dam and the "puddle dive" superabsorbent tampon.

okay, a girl can dream can't she?

;)
sus
don't blame me, don't flame me. talk to my parents.

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from:         lori <ljusko@netexp.net>
subject:      re: michelle malone lyrics
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hi ya'll.  this is my second time posting to this list (ive been lurking
now for close to 3 weeks).  does anyone have a web site that i could find
the lyrics to m malone songs?  if so, i'd sure appreciate it.  i can't wait
till the lilith fair here in columbus, august 10th.

thanks a bunch & peace

lori
ljusko@netexp.net

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date:         sat, 26 jul 1997 13:43:55 -0600
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>well, actually, i didn't want to leak this to the list yet, but they (ani and
>amy) have asked me to be the merchandiser of the rtpr. i'm working on a whole
>slew of creative knicknacks to sell at the show, like the "shame on you" dental
>dam and the "puddle dive" superabsorbent tampon.

hey susan--this is hysterical.  a few more suggestions if i may:

--feel supported and secure in the "secure yourself" brassiere
--settle down those nerves and find out right away with your very own  "i
don't wanna know" at home pregnancy test
--of course there could be the "anticipate" line of condoms

keep the funnies coming sue--you rock

greg

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date:         sat, 26 jul 1997 19:34:06 gmt
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hi,

from 1991 till 1995 i have been collecting ig tapes of concerts and
interviews. i stopped about two years ago. not because i didn't like the
indigo girls anymore...no! i love the indigo girls (on my radio show i keep
calling them the best band of this century!)......i just didn't have time
anymore to trade and collect. anyway, i have made my own selection of the
stuff i want to keep and have about 60 tapes (1986 - 1994) available that i
want to trade for copies of xena episodes (season 1 and 2, not sky2
broadcasts, they cut scenes). i also have two videos to trade: live at the
uptown lounge and jesus christ superstar a resurrection (both ntsc).
i can not copy stuff and the xena episodes are the only thing i will trade for.
anyone who is interested please e-mail me at rockrose@worldaccess.nl (i have
a list available).

peace,
cj

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suasn "the sub" marine wrote:

> well, actually, i didn't want to leak this to the list yet, but they
> (ani and amy) have asked me to be the merchandiser of the rtpr. i'm
> working on a whole slew of creative knicknacks to sell at the show,
> like the "shame on you" dental dam and the "puddle dive"
> superabsorbent tampon.

cool!  i get to run the "32 flavors and then some" ice cream stand.
it's located just beyond your peripheral vision....

who want's to take care of the "kid fears" lost parent booth?

                        -- chris (who, despite the pun, just can not
                                        picture ms. marine as a sub =))

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date:         sat, 26 jul 1997 15:39:07 -0400
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from:         j tigger kickliter <ndygotiggr@aol.com>
subject:      re: roguemarket (igc in a way)

i'm not sure what either of the following snippets from other posts are
about, but is someone making a snide comment about me trying to corner the
market and buying 1000 shares of ig?  if sots follows most of the published
predictions & goes double-plat, those shares should skyrocket!!!!!!!!  :)

ssim yknib wrote:
<<this indicates that most ig fans are not a bunch of pettit' bourgeoise
>capitalist freaks, feeding the industrial machine that grows fat on the
>blood of the proletariat underclass and the life force of the earth
itself.>>

and tracy now b.a. (yougogirl!!!!!) wrote:

<<acing out to feed the industrialistic machine because we need some
new trinkets to satisfy the faux requirements of participating in today's
quasi-democratic sub-culture perpetuated by the greed of anglo-european men
with power.>>

as i said, i don't know what they mean, but i do know i've got 1000 shares of
ig and 20 of her etheridgeness, and i ain't lettin' go of any of 'em!  :)

peace, harmony, and indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism
  ~novitiate of suzanneglassism
   ~president, grlchasr26 fan club
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and he said, cause you're in my front yard!
boy did i feel as white as the snow!"
-amy ray
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reply-to:     kirsten chevalier <kirsten@spike.wellesley.edu>
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from:         kirsten chevalier <kirsten@spike.wellesley.edu>
subject:      re: tickets are free if you're cute (nigc)
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              jul 26, 97 1:43 pm

>
> --feel supported and secure in the "secure yourself" brassiere
> --settle down those nerves and find out right away with your very own  "i
> don't wanna know" at home pregnancy test
> --of course there could be the "anticipate" line of condoms
>
not to mention:
--enjoy delicious "dog coffee" every morning--switch it for your loved one's
usual cup of prune juice and see if s/he notices!

--you don't want to know why, don't want to explain? just plug in the handy
"letting the telephone ring" answering machine.

--compute trigonmetric functions in either radians *or* degrees with the
"every angle" scientific calculator!

--don't suffer through slow reform--help improve the environment now with
cfc-free "fixing her hair" styling gel, and its companion, "egos like hairdos"
styling mousse!

--you want to be prepared for every possible mood, so buy a buttload of
"good, bad, ugly" brand assorted latex contraceptive aids, and don't forget
the "32 flavors" brand lubricant to accompany it!

--you probably *don't* want to buy any "imperfectly" brand contraceptives,
on the other hand.

--you never know when you might get stuck in the "i'm so bored" room, so be
sure to bring your "blood in the boardroom" brand extra-slim tampons
everywhere you go!

--exercise your right to *pick* yer nose with the "pick yer nose" brand
home plastic surgery kit, and if you find yourself in need of further
body modification, poke a few holes through your extremities with the
"pushing the needle too far" brand home body piercing kit. continue your
adventurers in self-care with the "cut it out" brand home hysterectomy kit
(and after you're done with it, you can use it on your cat!)

--no cosmetic kit is complete without a "shed your skin" brand exfoliator!

--exercise the aggregate data paradigm with the "get out the map" lisp
interpreter (okay, so only geeks will get that one, but if you are a geek,
it's incredibly funny--i swear.)

--of course, the main side attraction at the rtpr will be the "touch me fall"
bungee jumping booth.

okay, i think i've done enough to demonstrate that i have way too much free
time. no flames, please; this is all meant in fun.
kirsten

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date:         sat, 26 jul 1997 16:15:28 -0400
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from:         digest lil' tigger <swmpofelya@aol.com>
subject:      sudden insight......  (long)

i was just reading the opening page to the listory section of audrey beth
stein's color me indigo web page.  and i read the whole long thing that was
audrey's reaction to reading posts from the archives.

-snip-  "i felt awkward and stopped reading pretty quickly.........it felt
like i'd come across someone's journal or something." -snip-

now, i ask you to correlate that with the following lyrics from sots:   "i am
sorry that i set my sights on the things i read, something meant for your
husband maybe, you left it under the bed."

in light of this development, i have decided to usurp anna's territory a
little bit, in light of the fact that i haven't seen one of these on her
chartreuse girls page yet, and write <gasp> a parody!!!!!!  :)  so here goes:

burn all the  archives.

i am sorry that i set my sights on the things i read.
something meant for other listees maybe,
you left it out on the web.
once upon a bandwidth those words flew free and secret
but the pages are kept now,
drifted to the hands of the listowner,
and the greedy newbies on down!

(chorus)
burn all the archives (someone is always reading)
newbies out on the web (whether openly or secretly)
burn all the archives (now breathe life into your listory)
i said burn it to secrecy.
burn all the archives, brand them in you before you go
newbies coming to plunder, but there are some things they will never know.

we made our list out of dignity
dug our nails in the 'net
hung our web-soaked souls out on the digest
real love so hard that it hurt
to ease my pain i took a post, keyboard,
incarnate came the email,
delete it now before the mailserver
perverts it in recieving.

(chorus)

there it is!  hope y'all liked that  :)  and if you didn't well, blame it on
my warped sense of humor.

peace, harmony, and indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism
  ~novitiate of suzanneglassism
   ~president, grlchasr26 fan club
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and he said, cause you're in my front yard!
boy did i feel as white as the snow!"
-amy ray
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subject:      sorry to post again but help!

i need admin help - i'm trying to put my other email address on digest but i
can't remember how to change over!!!!!  i tried sending to listserv and
saying "subscribe indigo-girls digest" but all it did was change my name and
put "digest" in front of my name!  :(  someone help!

peace, harmony & indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism
  ~novitiate of suzanneglassism
   ~president, grlchasr26 fan club
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and he said, cause you're in my front yard!
boy did i feel as white as the snow!"
-amy ray
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date:         sat, 26 jul 1997 21:29:06 -0500
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from:         "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
subject:      ani difranco in spin, and a bit of amy to boot

just picked up the august issue of spin magazine
with ani on the cover.  that is an excellent article....
i learned a lot of new stuff about ani.  plus, as someone
pointed out before, it's got amy in it.  supposedly, amy
came riding up on her motorcycle to one of ani's concerts
in birmingham to see her.  amy's interviewed too, more
like a conversation between ani and amy, mostly about
tattoos.  i'd say that this is a great collector's item for amy
fans too, so get it before it's off the newsstands if you're
interested.  and if you're not an ani fan yet, you're missing
out.  i'm probably reiterating what someone else (or several
people) posted, but after reading this article, i felt i just
had to post.

lisa

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hi --last i heard there was a discrepancy regarding the date of the ig
appearance at borders books in chicago.  there was also little info posted.
well for those interested i have more info :)

ig will be appearing at borders books on michigan ave in downtown chicago
on saturday, august 9th, 1997 at 3:30pm (sorry deb!).  this is not a
performance.  it is only a signing appearance.  i anticipate it being
waaaaay crowded there because when i called borders this evening the
recording said--if you want info on the ig appearnce press 7, all other
inquiries press 1.  i suppose they've received just a few calls :).  now
that is the same day they are appearing at the world theater for lilith.
the world is like 30-40 minutes from downtown.  i am just gonna haffta miss
poor emmy lou harris and maybe even lisa loeb to get to this signing.
anyway that is all the info that i have.  anyone gonna be there?  take care
y'all.

greg

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subject:      see ya

...in about a week. it's time for my annual trip to the sierras for
backpackin,' flyfishin' and mountain-bikin." no tvs, no cd players, no
computers. good thing i'm only gone for a week. as an added bonus, i get to
see my newborn nephew for the first time.

peace and indigo dreams, ya'll!
karen

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date:         sun, 27 jul 1997 00:39:15 -0400
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1.  red rocks is beautiful.  amy, emily, michelle, and patti smith making
music at red rocks is something i wish everyone could experience once in
their lives.  and it was wonderful to have a dream come true and be even
better in the reality.

2.  mandi, deb, mandi's mom, and all the listees who contributed to
emily's birthday gift rock my world.  i am so proud to be a part of a
group that can pull together and trust each other and take action to
support something important and give back to someone who's given us so
much.

3. one of the books we gave emily for her birthday is called "shooting
back from the reservation: a photographic view of life by native american
youth" and is the second in a project which began with "shooting back: a
photographic view of life by homeless children."  from the inside cover
of the first book: "in the early 1980s, while staff photographer for upi
in washington, d.c., jim hubbard began documenting the lives of the
homeless.  over time, he found that whenever he took pictures of the
families the children wanted to hold and look through his camera.  it was
this innocent curiosity and enthusiasm that inspired hubbard to establish
a program that would enable the homeless children to learn photographic
skills and document their world.  the subsequent education and media
center was called shooting back, inc., a name coined from a spontaneous
comment by one of the young participants in the program: when asked why
he was photographing his own world, the homeless child responded, "i'm
shooting back."  both revealing and emotionally stirring, the poignant,
black-and-white photographs taken by these children provide a compelling
look into a bleak yet hope-filled existence."  the second book describes
shooting back as "an organization dedicated to empowering children at
risk by teaching them photography."  profits from the books support the
project, and you should be able to find them in any good bookstore.

....audrey

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aahhh!!! after i received it from someone (can't remember who now), i printed
it and deleted it.  but i am certain one of you iglisters could repost where
this was located for danna.  thanks to whoever it was that that sent it to me
originally.

michelle

<< i read the article in the atlanta mag, and i'd like to know if someone
could
  send me a copy of amy's response to the article. i'd like to have it to see
  what parts angered her the most. thanks.
michelle>>


could you add me to the droves of "me too" responses you've prob'ly gotten
re. this note?  ;)
  >>

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hi everyone,

this appeared in the west australian (perth's newspaper) on friday
july 25.  there was even a little pic of the girls on the front page
(saying turn to page such-and-such for the 'today' liftout)...

women take charge
[the indigo girls are back on the road as part of an all-female
touring festival. michael dwyer catches up with amy ray and finds
out about the duo's new album, shaming of the sun.]

  women have taken over the lollapalooza asylum. in the us, lilith
fair is enjoying its third week of capacity crowds in venues of
9000 to 35000, from washington state to florida.
  the brainchild of folk-pop artist sarah mclachlan, lilith fair is
another rock'n'roll summer roadshow with one vital distinction:
there's barely a y-chromosome among the total of 53 acts.
  the two-month, 35-city rotating bill inclued tracy bonham, the
cardigans, emmylou harris, sheryl crow, tracy chapman, shawn colvin,
lisa loeb, susannah hoffs, jill sobule, juliana hatfield, suzanne
vega, victoria williams, mary-chapin carpenter and loads more.
  as live drawcards for 10 years and new parents of a fifth smash
album, shaming of the sun, the indigo girls are getting a rapturous
reception on the lilith fair tour. "everybody in america is saying,
'wow, women in music!' like suddenly there's been this big explosion,
but we've been doing it for so long," says amy ray (the dark-haired,
hard rockin' one) as she and emily saliers prepare for a casual couple
of dates with new york punk legend patti smith.
  "the people who really pioneered music for us are not the ones who
are around now. they're people like billie holliday and etta james,
those women who really had to sacrifice and suffer for their art.
  "but i think sarah mclauchlan is cool to have done this because a lot
of the travelling shows just don't involve women. so i think it's a
great step towards women being a legitimate part of the music scene
rather than just some kind of trend." anybody who caught the indigo
girls' first australian performance at the perth concert hall in 1995
would know their intimate style of confessional folk-rock transcended
trend years ago. ray says even she and saliers were bolwed over by
the emotional pitch of the audience's response: not hysteria, more
like ecstasy.
  a scan of web sites devoted to the indigo girls shows a similar
fanaticism. like the perth turn-out, the punters are overwhelmingly
female and thir loyalty borders on obsession. the reasons run far
deeper than the indigo girls' lesbian icon status. their songs offer
a level of communication largely alien to male-dominated rock
frequencies. "i think our following has evolved into something that's
much more mixed but when we go somewhere new, women are usually the
first ones to support us and we appreciate it," ray says. "they feel
a connection or maybe just more comfortable.
  "i'm a fan of other people's music so i always remind myself how it
feels when i listen to somebody else. i don't know what they mean but
i interpret it myself and it brings something to my life. that's what
i hope our music does for people."
  shaming of the sun finds the indigo girls exploring a new musical
vocabulary via the bazouki, sitar, banjo, mandolin, dulcimer and the
occasional string section besides their usual mix of acoustic and
electric guitars. their themes of understanding, self-knowledge and
human rights remain while a long list of contact numbers on the cd
sleeve - women's action, handgun control, honor the earth campaign,
parents and friends of lesbians and gays - offers a direct statement
of intent.
  "we're activists in our daily lives," ray explains. "and we use our
position as musicians to get across sometimes but there's a time and
place for everything. some of the songs may be political and we may
do a spoken word piece in the middle if it's appropriate but we're
not going to stand up there and give speeches."
  unless they're doing one of their frequent benefit concerts. among
their numerous commitments in that regard, ray and saliers set aside
a month of every touring season to work for native american groups
defending their land and culture.
  "we make a lot of money," she says. "it's not that much of a sacrifice
to do a month of benefit work. to us it's important. part of the reason
why we're doing this is to be able to give something back."
  the indigo girls plan to make their second visit to australia early
next year.


(there's also a short article about lilith and sarah mclachlan's
efforts and reasons behind it, if anyone's interested, email me.

  david)

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i'm looking for 1-2 reserved seats for the scranton show if anybody has.
it's the closest show with igs.

        slavi

ps i was at lf in nj today and it rocked, it was probably one of the best
festivals i've ever been to

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wow! didn't know so many of you watched xena. that's great.
posted my message yesterday and already got so many responses. you all have
been asking the same questions. so here's some additional info: i live in
the netherlands and i am still looking for all the 46 episodes broadcasted
in the usa. sky2 is an english station and like i mentioned before they cut
scenes!

cj

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hi

just a clarification, the cd is being given away by hidden water, which is
the host site for the lifeblood archive, and the offer is legit.

the cd is really good, any ellen james society fans out there should check
it out (chris mcguire was in ejs with cooper seay).  it is a shame that
mary fortune express broke up, especially when they had just finished a new
cd.  julie is just trying to get it out where people can listen to it.

have a good day

carolyn

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thanks to everyone for their response. it's audio tapes (quality: from very
bad to almost very good) i am talking about (there was some confusion). it
will be too complicated to trade with more than a few people, so i am really
looking for people who can trade at least for a quarter of xena episodes
(both seasons).
i also have for trade the lp's (vinyl) closer to fine and strange fire (epic
version), the promo "three hits" with 4 live tracks and several other
(promo) cd-singles, the shades of indigo cd (the orange one).

cj

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hey y'all,

here's a post telling of a cute happening last week while visiting a
friend in johnstown, pa.  *delete now* if you're looking for ig content
outside of *my* immediate world.

me and my friends were outside reading my friend's housemate's car's
bumberstickers.  note: between these friends there is a healthy share of
facial piercings, tattoos, and bleached/dyed hair.

so along comes a thirteen year old boy, who strolls up to my friends and i
and asks, "are you guys.... punk rockers?"  so, me and two of my friends
respond, "uh... sometimes."  he asked us if we thought we were cool and
responded likewise.  then the boy asks, "do you like marilyn manson?"  our
responses varied.  another kid who was with the inquisitive boy supplied
us with the information that "he likes marilyn manson."  the first boy
continued to ask us if we liked certain performers. then, my partner
decided she would ask him if he liked performers we liked.  she asked him
if he liked indigo girls.  note: i was wearing my sots shirt that day.

his reply was, "yuck, nooooooooo, they're *lesbians*!"  my friends and i
pretended we were shocked.  he justified his claim with, "i saw it on mtv
news... i, i, read it in a magazine." one of my friends then said, "i
heard marilyn manson was gay."  the boy replied, "nuh-uh, he's bisexual."
we all replied with an "ooooooh, so it's ok to be bisexual, but not a
lesbian."  the boy didn't reply.  my partner asked the boy if he liked
mozart.  his reply: "who's that?"  we were all shocked/disappointed, but
later reflected on the implications about today's youth...

hey, just so ya know, this happening was all very kidding and friendly.
my friends and i are all early to mid-twenties.  i think the boy was
trying to impress his younger friends by talkin' to an older crowd.  it
was cute, but also a little...scary.

peace, melissa

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

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

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at 03:39 pm 7/26/97 -0400, da' tiggr wrote:
>i'm not sure what either of the following snippets from other posts are
>about, but is someone making a snide comment about me trying to corner the
>market and buying 1000 shares of ig?  if sots follows most of the published
>predictions & goes double-plat, those shares should skyrocket!!!!!!!!  :)


heh heh heh... well only a few short (11 or so) months ago i did not
either, but i currently am permanently in love with a grad of evergreen
state college, also known as the last bastion of... well, i'll leave that
to mme yknib.  anyhow, i can do a fairly convincing impression of
evergreenerese... even being a grad of the bourgeoise college of
rubber-stamp degrees... university of washington, where, of course, there
is no room for "true" education... like getting 15 credits for digging a
hole.... (my very good friend since pre-school did this) hey binky?  why
did the greener cross the road?  for five credits!!  ;-)

        back to roguemarket... i have a few shares i don't plan to ever give up,
and my very several ig ones count in there... as well as gillian anderson,
and probably melissa etheridge... i did sadly dump my jodie foster (nothing
personal, but i lost a fortune hanging on to her for sentimental reasons)
in order to buy a ton of ig.  they - ig - are still steadily gaining.  :-)
we'll be rich i say, riiich!!!


errrr.... i mean so we'll be able to clothe the poor, give self-esteem
classes to the meek, fund the arts, and all that.... ahem.

tracy

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subject:      sorry for reiterating; cmj (or cjm) magazine???

sorry that i posted again about that ani spin
article.  the digests are hard to keep track of.
besides, i was excited!!!  hearing about the
article wasn't as great as reading it for myself.
when i read it, i couldn't contain my typing
fingers!  oh, yeah, plus i just got back on the
list, so i have an excuse....sort of.  anyway, i remain....

humbled,
lisa

oh, one more thing....when i was in the store getting
that spin mag, i ran into this other mag in a plastic
wrap.  it is called cmj or cjm (a new music mag) and
had sarah mclachlan on the cover.  it was in a plastic
wrap because it also had a cd in it...i suppose a
sampler of new music (with sarah).  has anyone read
this magazine before?  what's it like?  good?
what about those cds inside?  i hope
no one has posted about this, because i am already
humbled to oblivion the way it is.  if i missed this
discussion, could someone please e-mail me privately
with the info?  thanks!

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hello all,

        sorry to waste space but i've lost my e-mail today
somehow...so if you have e-mailed me today please do so again.
i promise i wont lose it ths time.

thanks,
cindy

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subject:      what if...(silly igc)

i was looking through my high school yearbook, laughing at myself, when i
came across the "what if..." page. "what if liz turcotte didn't get throw
out of english class every day? what if jeremy anderson stayed awake for
mr hall's lectures?" etc etc. you get the point. so i thought i'd make up
a few for amy and emily.....

* what if amy never broke a string during chickenman?

* what if emily didn't let us sing the ctf chorus?!

* what if amy opened her eyes when she sang?

* what if they saw "orange" in the dictionary instead of "indigo"?

* what if caramia really was about amy?

* what if it was "get out the tropicana"?

* what if airplane was the traditional ending song after concerts?

* what if emily didn't have those guitar lessons when she was 12?

* what if they never said "thanks ya'll!"?

* what if it was really susan b. marine who said "moo"?

* what if....you kept this thread going?

-liz-

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>by reading this article, i just realized what work goes
>>into writing and producing their songs.  i have even more
>>respect for them now<<

yeah, now i don't think i'll ever be able to play the new stuff.  i taught
myself to play, and i can't even fake knowing what they were talking about
with open e tuning and all of that stuff.  i was actually kind of depressed
to find out how good they are, because it means, to play it, it's going to
take  a lot more work and knowledge.

~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*
"majoring in religion, listening to t.v. evangelists interpret the scriptures
and dictate my offerings- i found my god in myself, around myself- in
every moment and piece of matter.  everything is animate."   a. ray

"don't critisize what you can't understand."  b.dylan
~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*

                                                   -kate

                                                   grnpeace@fullnet.com

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did anyone get a dub of the ig radio appearances in colorado, on kbco or
the peak?  i'd love to arrange a trade.

also, i never did manage to get one of the *blue* ig ball caps, so if
anyone is interested, i'd be willing to make a significant trade (or
negotiated cash) for that.  i have an extensive selection of boots, plus
these cds to trade:

        tame yourself - ig, michael stipe sing the co-written "i'll give you my skin"

        theodore: an alternative music sampler - "kid fears" live

        stanley, son of theodore - "pushing the needle..." live

        ksca live from the music hall, vol. 2 - "reunion" live, plus joan osborne,
        michelle shocked, lisa loeb, john hiatt, jill sobule, matthew sweet,
        joan armatrading, wild colonials, and more!

        michelle malone and drag the river, live building fires over atlanta - 5
song live promo.

i also have an extra copy of the sots calendar and the pulse! cover story.

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my partner tori and i had the good luck of being invited to join a friend
at the ig red rocks show.  best of all, this friend offered not only
tickets to the thursday show, but backstage passes!  so twist my arm
already, right? :) we quickly booked a flight to denver and purchased
tickets for friday night too.

many of you have written about the red rocks shows, so i won't go into
those with any detail.  i will just say that it was quite a coup for the
girls to get patti smith to open for them, and she was amazing (even though
much of the audience had no clue who she was).  red rocks is just an
amazing place to see a show, and i was pleased to return.  the crowds were
excellent, standing throughout both thursday and friday shows, very
participative where appropriate and quiet too when it was called for.  i
think the thursday night show was the best i've seen this year (compared to
american u., chastain park, 2 wolf trap shows, and friday at red rocks). i
was a little surprised not to get more encores out of 'em on friday night,
with it being the last night of the tour (someone posted that they did 4
encores... in fact, they did their usual 1, but there were 3 or 4 songs in
it). the audience was definitely not lacking enthusiasm.

now, to the good stuff!  i've never met the girls before, even though i've
been a fan since '89.  i'm just not the type to make an effort to meet
folks off-stage, i'm grateful for the music and don't feel they owe me
anything more.  so the opportunity to meet them backstage was a real treat
for me.  i've never been backstage at any venue with a capacity of greater
than 500 people, so that was cool too!  i was very surprised to find that
there were tables and chairs for people to sit at.  i guess i kind of
figured that ig would come out together and be mobbed by the folks with
passes and asked for autographs, pictures, etc.  in fact, it was very laid
back.  we all (15-20 people) took seats and waited anxiously (at least, *i*
was anxious!) for them to arrive.  emily came out first, probably about 20
minutes after the end of the show.  she went immediately to one table of
friends, and talked to them for quite a while.  she then turned to my group
of friends and started talking to us.  i took the opportunity to tell her
that i really admired the way that she and amy honored their predecessors,
helped those coming along behind them, and contributed to charities, to
which she said "that's just how it works!"  (of course, if it was, their
actions wouldn't stand out!)  i also told her that i have enough cds to run
a radio station, and that ig were one of just a handful of artists that i
can say have never let me down, every cd is indispensable.  emily spoke in
awestruck terms about patti smith's performance, and said what a tough act
that was to follow; she'd also said patti was interested in joining them
for more shows, and they'd look into that.  we talked for a while, and then
she was getting ready to meet some other people and said, "we'll see y'all
tomorrow night, right?"  we explained that we had tickets for tomorrow
night's show but not passes, and she assured us that she'd take care of that!

amy came out a short time later, and sat at *our table*, talking to some
folks we didn't know. i cannot even begin to convey how difficult it was to
carry on a casual conversation with my friends with amy only an
arm's-length away, and that *voice*! <sigh>  by the time amy got a chance
to talk to us, it was late, and she was tired.  she was pleasant, but we
could tell she wasn't up to a lot more conversation, so we were content
with greetings.  it was pretty neat listening to her talk about mundane
things with our mutual friend.  i think i'm pretty good at keeping things
in perspective as far as recognizing that they're just people, but it's
another level of understanding to actually see people you've admired on
stage talking about day-to-day things.

we headed back to the hotel very happy, and looking forward to the friday
show.  tori and i realized that emily was very busy, and that there was
always a chance that she wouldn't be able to get the passes taken care of
for us, so we were prepared to be disappointed.  but when we arrived on
friday, there we were, on the guest list!  i'll never forget emily's
generosity in doing that for us.

this night backstage was even better... we continued our conversations with
them; highlights were emily showing us the permanent dents in her fingers
from playing guitar, and amy showing us her tattoo (it's much more
detailed, more interesting up close than i had gathered from photos).  we
got to chat with amy a lot longer this night, and she was really terrific,
gave us lots of time to say what we had to say and ask what we wanted to
ask, giving thoughtful answers.  and i hate to tell you amy-fans this, but
it's really true:  she is *much* cuter in person, pictures to not do her
justice (thought the acoustic guitar cover comes close!)!

we actually took a camera with us both nights, but couldn't bring ourselves
to ask for a picture.  it just wasn't that kind of scene.  everyone was
just relaxed, waiting their turns for amy and/or emily to come say hello,
not at all like music store signings and the like.  we did ask them to sign
our passes, and i've scanned mine in and put it on my ig page
(http://www.mindspring.com/~indigo/indigo.html).

the rest of the band came out and chatted too, though i didn't get to talk
to any of them for long except josh, who assured me that the borrowers
sound *exactly* like ig, and i would love them. :)  i was hoping to get a
chance to tell sara that she's got one hell of a gig, and she must be one
of the most beloved bass players on the road today, but her appearance was
very brief and i missed her.  jerry seemed very friendly and spent a lot of
time with a few folks.

so i am very pleased to report that if my brief interaction with ig is any
indication, they are just as sweet, just genuinely *nice* people, as you
might expect them to be.  what a treat for me to have an opportunity to
meet my all-time favorite artists, and have them be just as cool as i had
hoped.  too much to ask, really.   seeing ig at red rocks is a wonderful
thing all by itself, but the added experience of meeting them afterward
made it a weekend i'll never forget!

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date:         mon, 28 jul 1997 11:25:03 ast
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count me in for canberra floor space. i'll do what i can - but our place is
also tiny. welcome to anyone!!

helen

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sorry if this has already been posted
but cdnow has the import soy single on sale this week on their web site
...here's what they have to say

                  indigo girls
                  shame on you

                  first single from their latest release 'shaming of the
sun'.
                  contains the new track 'shame on you', plus 3 previously
                  popularized tracks: closer to free, least complicated,
                  bury my heart at wounded knee.

                  epic m030410
and here's the website:

http://www4.cdnow.com/cgi-bin/mserver/sid=1091490967//rp/cdn/find/displaypop.html
or you could just type
www.cdnow.com and do a search for ig!
dave

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>their need to express their sexual preferences outweighed their
>musical good sense."

geez talk about down right incorrect. i listened to the girls for two years
before i knew anything about them, least of all that they were gay!!! i
mean, maybe i was naive. i wasn't listening for sexual content in their
music. i got into it on a whole other level. it actually came as a shock to
sweet and innocent little me that they were lesbians. it was like, 'oh
really? that's interesting." i did listen for a while to see if there were
any references to it but nothing really striking that i could find. so i
think this statement is just a tad out of line, and clearly a product of
the writer's skewed imagination!

helen

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sorry to butt in, but i thought someone on the list might want one of
these ig posters in a i got as part of a tape trade through the elvis
costello list.

i have two two-sided record store promotional posters for the indigo
girls and *shaming the sun.* the front side features a color photo of
amy and emily sitting in the window of a ruined adobe, with *indigo
girls* above the photo and *shaming the sun* below. side two features a
half-toned b&w photo of the girls walking in a field, with a blurb
about the album superimposed. it's all very finely printed on heavy duty
paper.

i'd like to get $10 each for them, which includes postage and the
requisite mailing tube, which will cost me about $4, so you can think of
it as $6, plus $4 shipping, if you like.

first two requests gets 'em.

now back to your regularly scheduled discussion.

regards,

patrick

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hey folks,

a non computer friend of mine is selling the doubles in her collection.
this will work the same as if i was selling the items, but i thought you
should know they were her prices in case they contradicted prices i
have/had on my site :).

hmm...a non computer friend..computers are our friends..and she is not a
computer..i guess i should clarify - she doesn't have net access..and now
that i think of it..she could be a computer..who knows. heck, maybe amy
and emily are computers that russell carter made in his basement.
anyway..here's what she has:

cd
..
hammer and nail cd single: $12
watershed +2 live cd single:$20
joking cd single: $10
three hits e.p.: $30
i dont' wanna talk about it cd single: $12
touch me fall u.s. cd single: $10
least complicated cd single: $8
reunion cd single: $15
club r & r: $115
reverse one: $115
rites of passage digipak promo: $40
rites of passage jewel promo: $24
power of two cd single: $8
touch me fall australian cd single: $15
power of two w/ rockin in the free world cd single: $10
bury my heart +2 live cd single: $15
breaking curfews: $16
shame on you cd single: $10
starter kit: $10
shaming of the sun promo in sleevepak: $26

vinyl
.....
7" closer to fine/cold as ice: $22
7" closer to fine/closer to fine promo: $26
12" closer to fine/history of us/center stage: $30
e.p. dragon path music: $325
land of canaan +5 live: $36
shades of indigo: $44
rites of passage white label test pressing: $45
swamp signed green vinyl: $40
swamp signed black vinyl: $24

my stuff:
three hits $30
rites of passage tour books $12
sealed swamp ophelia vinyl $25


send me your want lists. i'm swimming in extra stuff..i just can't make
myself advertise it because i don't want to get rid of it! but you could
lose a child in my stack of bills..so i have to learn to let go. write me
if you want any of the above - hamilton@stpt.usf.edu  visit the site for
updates on new stuff. i'll be at the raleigh and charlotte
shows..hopefully i'll see some listees.

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subject:      i missed y'all! (sigc)

hey everyone!

     it's so nice to be back...i recently returned from a wonderful
greatly-needed vacation.  i apologize to all who have sent me
blanks...they'll be on their way asap.
     while in ny, i had the pleasure of meeting my grandparents irish
exchange student.  patrice was very interested in my music, she had never
heard of the indigo girls...she loves galileo.  i gave her a copy of my "best
of the indigo girls" so she can bring it back to n. ireland with her.   she
promised she would let all of her friends listen.  she says they are
"brilliant!"  very cute! =)
     i was just wondering if there has been a set date for the vh1 show (i
hope i didn't miss it!) and if there has been any word about any florida
concert dates <fingers crossed>.  any info would be greatly appreciated.
thanks in advance!

*believe in yourself*
nicole

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hi everyone!

it's been quite some time since i have been listing here, but i
missed ya, and am back with some questions:

1. ( this probably has been answered before, if so please post
    to me privately...)  i recently just saw the video for shame on
   you, and wondered if anyone is able to translate the spanish
   statements at the end of the video.  something about being
   made in memory of the freedom fighters...  .. would love to
   know what the whole quote says...??

2.  does anyone have any information about what's happening with
    touring in the fall....i.e.  are  the girls coming  back to the midwest
   at all???   here in mi, last time they toured (with so)  they played the
palace in
   the spring and then came back to hill auditorium in the fall to do a
   smaller venue- show.  keeping my fingers crossed this will happen
   again.

3.  again i am sure this is been posted already, but i just read the article
    in spin, and learned that amy tattooed her chest.  yikes!!  this may be
   bordering on being too personal to ask, but does anyone know what
  the new tattoo entails??  amy's talking about it in the article, so i am
  hedging my bets that i can ask this and not get flamed.  =)

okie dokie!  that's all for now!!  thanks a bunch, listees!!

happy to be here,
folkie!

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hahaha !!!!
pretty good !!!!
except after this part you forgot the subtext that amy ray sings
(real low like ;)

<< once upon a bandwidth those words flew free and secret >>

"to 900 people or so ......."

:)
claire
"it is night time and speed is dreaming ...."

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i had soooo many requests for the transcript of michelle malone's chat
on y'all last week that i just posted it on a little web page i threw
together in honor of michelle. so if your interested go check it out,
please dont email me any more requests.

thanks,
lynda

http://www.csg-soft.com/newtest/lynda/mmalone.html

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ig fans,  the two posters i offered the list have been spoken for.
thanks.

patrick

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subject:      time for a moment of silence...

...to commemorate the fact that the list was down for a day and not one person
posted an "is the list working?????" message. y'all are great. :-)
kirsten

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hi guys

here's the deal..i work in my campus radio station and the other day, i was
kinda going thru all the old cds and i came across this ig cd...it's the
least complicated single but it has 2 other tracks as well :

dead man's hill (acoustic version)
and
mystery (acoustic version)

at the liner, it says that it is a special version of the track taken from
so..

anyway, i have 2 copies..so i wanna give away the other 1...

i'll take care of postage but i hope to be able to trade it with some ig
paraphernalia such as t-shirts and posters or whatever else you might have
to offer me..just take note though, that i live in singapore!!!

the cd will go to the person who gives me the best offer...thanks guys!!!oh
yes, please e-mail me personally.

siti
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subject:      ig on abc!!!

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set your vcr!

indigo girls fans might also want to check out a new abc morning show
called "the view," on august 14th, where they'll be the program's
first-ever musical guests.

elizabeth


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subject:      (nigc) michelle chords?

does anyone have chords for michelle's songs...blue suede, medicated
magdalene,  the edge, and grace?

actually, any mm songs would be fine. = )

-liz-
bong bong bong!

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hey can anyone out there tell me who does a  song that might be called
"walk in the sun" or walk on the sun". sort of dance type- and maybe a
recent release. it's been bugging me..heard it a couple of times but
never heard it identified. not very good clues i know but you guys amaze
me with your knowledge of musical esoterica (ig in particular). looking
forward to the rtpr
thanks
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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subject:      re: what if...(silly igc)

ok ok i'm game.....

*what if there was never any flammage on the list?  <yawn!!!!!  grin>

*what if amy didn't stop on the road to austin, and never met the chickenman?
(scary, huh?)

*what if it really was "we'll give the finger to those we pass on the way out
of town"?

*what if, god forbid,  emily's family never left new haven lo these many
years ago?

<tossing the ball in the air, somebody else catch it, quick!>

peace, harmony, and indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism
  ~novitiate of suzanneglassism
   ~president, grlchasr26 fan club
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"and he said, you can't buy anything.  and i said well why not?
and he said, cause you're in my front yard!
boy did i feel as white as the snow!"
-amy ray
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*what if amy and emily both had dark hair (think about it)....

*what if amy had not gone to her high school reunion...

*what if the doctor of philosophy in ctf had seen a b-grade movie... or
better yet, what if he had married...

*what if emily had played jesus and amy had played mary magdalene in
jcs...

*what if fare thee well was about amy...(terrible thought)

*what if amy and emily had decided to be rappers...


jendy

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hey all, i'm trying to find out what this cd is:
                  indigo girls
                  4 1/2(best of)
has anyone heard of it?  it is an import, but i don't know what is on it
or anything.  can anyone help?
david

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date:         mon, 28 jul 1997 18:06:24 -0500
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subject:      slightly embarassing ig moment
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okay...
for those of you who have not the time to cherish my little moment go
ahead and hit tat delete key :)

well, in the town i live in -lubbock tx- it is what is known as a dry
town...no alcohol sold inside city limits except for restaurants and
bars...so all the alcohol stores are located right outside of
town...well i work at one of these stores and we were pretty busy this
afternoon and this gentleman came in and said he needed five cases of
olympia beer... i had to use this microphone to tell our stockers to
bring the cases to my register, and i had this line of customers all
holding there precious beer and i meant to say "i need give cases of
olympia beer to register three" but wouldn't ya know, i said "i saw the
sun dying in olympia running on capitol lake"...needless to say i
slightly red in the face when i realized what i said <covering face in
embarassment>
but on a good note....this group of women came through my line and all
of them said at once "now i ask you for some relief"....so i felt a
little better :)

now back to something important


njb

"walk among the living...the dead know only silence"  - my
great-grandmother

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date:         mon, 28 jul 1997 19:22:35 -0400
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subject:      sigc(sara lee and me!)
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hey "listers"

sara lee is greater than ya'll know.
she rules all creatures big and small....and she wears cool shoes!

julie c. (lift)

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date:         mon, 28 jul 1997 19:45:23 -0400
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i picked up the starter cd at target for $2.40!!!!    can you believe that?
the shame of having an indigo girls cd on clearance for $2.40.

janeen

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date:         mon, 28 jul 1997 19:45:58 -0400
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* what if the girls never made it big and had to be backup singers all
their lives?  (augh, the thought makes me shudder)


emily

never doubt that a small group
of thoughtful, committed citizens
can change the world; indeed it is
the only thing that ever has.

margaret mead

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on 07/28/97, kimi price/julie c said:

>hey "listers"

>sara lee is greater than ya'll know.
>she rules all creatures big and small....and she wears cool shoes!

>julie c. (lift)


ok, ok.....now just where in tarnation is the igc?! i think flames should
be issued here.

*grinning*,
liz


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date:         mon, 28 jul 1997 19:58:09 -0400
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subject:      "the view"--question

hey y'all-
   i went to the official website and have read people's postings about "the
view" and am confused.  epic lists it twice, once as "the view" and once as
"the view with barbara walters." (these surely are the same program?)  the
dates are also different.  i have seen august 14th, september 14th, and
september 24th. also:  did someone post that this is a morning show?  if so,
it doesn't seem like their would be that many repeats, and barbara w. in the
morning?
hmmmm,
lauren

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date:         mon, 28 jul 1997 21:05:18 -0400
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david campbell wrote:
>
> hey all, i'm trying to find out what this cd is:
>                   indigo girls
>                   4 1/2(best of)
> has anyone heard of it?  it is an import, but i don't know what is on it
> or anything.  can anyone help?
> david
>

well, david,
you are correct it is an import.  it's just songs from the first five
studio albums.  i saw it at tower records recently...it used to cost
around 17.00 but now it's up to 24.00.....i work at a different music
store and we can't seem to get any copies for sale.

hope that's enough information,
marsha

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date:         mon, 28 jul 1997 23:47:22 -0400
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from:         lisa dupre <memememi@aol.com>
subject:      nigc:  email crash

i'm so very very sorry for wasting everyone's time, but i had an email crash
and i've lost all my mail.  i know that i am currently talking with a lot of
you regarding trading, so if i haven't responded, it's because i don't have
your address any longer. please email me and i'll write back asap.

again, i'm so sorry for wasting space =(

lisa
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