lifeblood: listlogs: 1997-08d


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date:         thu, 21 aug 1997 22:31:27 -0500
reply-to:     deb reiser <dreiser@wi.net>
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>> but inside the gate, the scene was strictly mellow-palooza. this despite a
>> crowd of more than 28,000, a record for the women's rock and folk tour,
>> which featured jewel, indigo girls, sarah mclachlan and shawn colvin on
>> its last u.s. stop before moving from shakopee to canada.
>>
>the reporter must mean a record for the canada shows because the infamous
>chicago lf was jam packed in that venue and it supposedly held more than
>30,000...
>right?

for reasons i don't quite understand, the lf website is reporting last
night's crowd as being a record for the tour. i too thought the chicago
show had a bigger crowd because the capacity for world theatre on the lf
website is listed as 35,000 whereas the shakopee venue is listed as 28,000
(if i remember correctly). everything i heard said the chicago show was a
sellout so unless we have the capacity wrong, i don't know what's up.  but
one would think the lf folks wouldn't get that wrong.

the reporter did mess up one other part saying, "male musicians have been
featured on some of the tour's stops." unless she meant members of the
bands, she was in error. she did get the next part right though. at the
news conference in milwaukee sarah announced that she had changed her mind
about inviting male acts on next year's tour. apparently some of the
"braver performers" approached her and asked her to reconsider. i can't
help but wonder if a certain duo we know were some of those "braver
performers." ;)

deb

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date:         thu, 21 aug 1997 21:53:51 -0700
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mel says:
>enuff, enuff... it has already been established that ig has publicly
>played all of their commercial releases at one time or another.

i say:
ok!  against all commonsense and reason, i will post my first and finally
contribution to this thread.  my entry is:

wild wild party at the loquat tree

if they've done this live, i'll eat my shoe!  (or at least something that
looks like one!)

caroline

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date:         fri, 22 aug 1997 01:52:58 -0500
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>
>wild wild party at the loquat tree
>
>if they've done this live, i'll eat my shoe!  (or at least something
>that
>looks like one!)
>
>caroline


good one, caroline...i'll eat your shoe too!!! chatter! chirp! man, i
died laughing when i first heard that song. thanks for reminding me of
it.  :)  not that i ever have or ever will, but i doubt i could eat a
loquat with a straight face after hearing that song.

so has anyone ever seen them do this song or what?  if not, i think we
should all start requesting them to do it.  it would be a great thing to
see, i do believe.

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date:         fri, 22 aug 1997 00:35:03 -0500
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actually...the pioneer press (http://www.pioneerpress.com/entertainment/ent_docs/031865.htm/) reported attendance was 33,000. what i don't understand is that capacity was originally advertised at 20,000. hmm...

anyway...it's been 2 months since i have had time to read the list, but i'm gonna post a brief rambling about my lilith experience.


when we arrived (@ 11pm on the 19th), we were trying to figure out if we were in the right place, because no one else was there. turns out we were first. go figure. so my 5 friends and i had a blast playing in the barren parking lot and running around like idiots.  we decided to nap for a while from 5am - 7am. the next people arrived between 7 and 8(ok, so we were 8 hours early, so what?) the next 7 hours in line were cold, but well worth it. my friend and i had the esteemed honor of being the first people in front of the stage(very out of breath).
the concert blew me away. i can't even express how much it affected me seeing that many of the musicians i adore in one place.

a brief list of my opinions:

drink tickets got the big thumbs down with ticket bastard this time. tix bastard charged me enough to buy 5 tickets, but i got 4(service charges), and you had to buy water, even though security repeatedly told us we couldn't bring water or backpacks in with us. now i have 6 tickets for my scrapbook(a three dollar street value)

also...i felt really bad when i found out iatse was picketing. they weren't there when we got there, or we would have brought them food or snacks or something.

i missed the acoustic stage to guard my place by the main stage. if anyone saw it, please mail me and let me know how it was.

mary jane lamond was wonderful. i had never heard of her, but am planning on picking up a disk by her now. if she has more than one, does anyone have a recommendation?

wild strawberries: missed them because i was in line for a drink($2 for a little water bottle).

dar williams: fantastic. i have never seen her live, so it was amazing. to those who were there: my friend that was with me happens to work at seward co-op and doesn't shave. she almost fainted when dar mentioned that!

meridith brooks: i haven't listened to her before, and it wasn't quite my style, but was still enjoyable.

shawn colvin: again, hadn't heard her, but was very impressed. i will definitely buy her album(s) soon.

jewel: this is when the masses started closing in. in my rush to stand directly in front of the stage, i didn't consider 33,000 people would try to push there way into my exact spot during the show. still was excellent. to anyone who hasn't seen her live, it is amazing. her yodeling made me gasp.

ig: wow! my second time seeing them(first at northrop last year) and this time i could see them. and get pictures. in a month or so i will be able to put them up on a web site for those who want to see them.) i couldn't write down the set list, but as was said before, it was pretty typical i think. amy's soc was the first one i have seen, and it sent shivers down my spine. closer to fine, featuring sarah, pat benatar and meridith brooks was worthy of the final encore. it was tough for sarah to follow it up.

sarah: it was sad seeing a constant stream of people leaving during her set. angel was excellent. big yellow taxi with everyone on stage was great.(even though the crowd rushing the stage trampled my camera and jacket)

overall, it was the best concert i have ever attended, and am counting the days to the next one...364.

if anyone recorded any sets, please reply personally...i couldn't sneak my md recorder in. :(

thanks for listening to my ramblings...

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date:         thu, 21 aug 1997 23:55:50 -0800
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sari postulated:

anyway, they never played with the
dead, as far as i know.


i know someone out there was actually at those legendary eugene shows,
but i belive that the ig did in fact jam with the dead at some point on
one of those two nights. they certainly opened for them. i have that
part on tape :)

tom, do you know?

anyone?
gosh, i've been posting a lot. must be the sweetie gone away problem. :(

-larissa
(dead head by birth, seriously!)

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date:         fri, 22 aug 1997 03:29:44 -0400
reply-to:     joe hamilton <hamilton@bayflash.stpt.usf.edu>
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hey folks,

i'm up late and thought i'd get a little typing practice in :) i saw the
girls do uncle john's only one time..but it was neat. it was a show in
cincinnati ohio in april of 93 i think at a place called bogarts. a guy
and a girl had been requesting it all night, and the girls said they
didn't know the lyrics. the couple said they had the lyrics written out..i
guess they were thinking ahead..but anyway..the show went on and they
didn't play it..they did their standard three encore songs and left the
stage..all the house lights came on..background music starting playing and
people started leaving. about half the crowd had left when amy comes
walking back on stage..then emily..they make a sign to turn off the
lights....they pull the couple up on stage with lyrics in hand and do the
song..it was great. it's the only time i've seen a band come back out
after the house lights went on. unfortunately, the person who taped the
show had already packed up his stuff and so it didn't make it onto the
circulating tape. i also saw it on a special that aired on nbc..i think it
was called in concert...wait..abc..yeah..it was on the dead and they did a
bit about the deadicated album and also included a clip of the girls doing
uncle john's..it was cute because emily flubbed the lyrics and the camera
was close up on here right when she did and she made a funny face.

i made the pilgrimage from ohio to eugene to see the girls open for the
dead and they most certainly did not play together at any time..that would
have been really weird..but also really cool. in the post show interview,
they were asked why they didn't do uncle john's and they both laughed and
i think amy said "i don't think we do it quite as good as them."

we are fortunate ones,
joe

p.s. since it feels down right weird to post without including some
collectibles news..here's some new stuff i came across. note: the first
items i'm writing about are not for sale..just for information purposes.
i'll probably tack on some for sale stuff at the end..but i'll draw a line
and put for sale ...there was some confusion with my last post.

i picked up some stuff from the cbs records vaults..about 16 pages of
studio reservations for the girls from the self titled album. basically it
just has different info about the studio and the times the girls are
scheduled to use it. i will try to get some pictures on my web site after
i get the other 123,432,125 pictures up that i'm supposed to! :)

i also picked up some sort of studio copy of the closer to fine video..i
haven't actually receive it yet, but it's supposedly about triple the size
of the normal video cassette..i don't want to say it's the video
master..but it's some sort of recording used before it's actually dubbed
to vhs tape..i forget the letters used to describe the format ..htsc or
some combination there of..if there are any video production people out
there, i'd be very interested to hear what exactly i'm getting..but i'm
pretty darn excited even if i don't know what it is :)

i picked up a 12" version of the import closer to fine cd single that has
the black cover and says 'limited edition 4 track cd contains 3 live
tracks'...and of course the  album says limited edition 4 track 12"  ..the
songs are closer to fine studio and live...mona lisas and mad hatters and
american tune live..so i had the cd..but discovered the 12"..it's
cool..definately try to pick one up.

i got another handful of the swamp promo cassettes..just the same thing
with three different colors of covers..so far we've got white, grey, green
and burgundy.

there are at least 3 different press kits for shaming of the sun out..the
neatest being a fold out one with bio info on one side and a picture on
the other.

i guess that's about it!

on to a current for sale list....

------everything from here up is not for sale-----------
------everything from here down is for sale------------

i got a few good deals lately and therefore have lowered the price on a
couple items.

indigo girls self titled promo lp $15
honor 2 disc set $16
joking cd single: $10
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
power of two w/ rockin in the free world cd single: $10
bury my heart +2 live cd single: $15
breaking curfews: $20
7" closer to fine/cold as ice: $22 *on hold*
7" closer to fine/closer to fine promo: $26 *on hold*
12" closer to fine/history of us/center stage: $30
e.p. dragon path music: $325
land of canaan +5 live: $32
rites of passage white label test pressing: $45
swamp signed green vinyl: $40
rites of passage tour books $12
sealed swamp ophelia vinyl $25

let me know if there is anything specific you are looking for.
we are fortunate ones,
joe

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date:         thu, 21 aug 1997 22:08:42 ut
reply-to:     krista rohan <csmasn@classic.msn.com>
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from:         krista rohan <csmasn@classic.msn.com>
subject:      igc - ig on vh1

<the screen said they would be on vh1 this sunday at 8pm.  i'm in houston, so
that means central time zone>

not quite clear how you meant this, but in case there's any confusion,
actually ig will be on hard rock live at 7:00 pm central time (that means for
me too in madison!).  can't wait......
--krista

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date:         fri, 22 aug 1997 05:57:29 pdt
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i found the ig hte tour mentioned today in the billboard web site:

http://www.billboard-online.com/daily/0821_01.html


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date:         fri, 22 aug 1997 09:40:55 -0400
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subject:      sheeeesh!

first the view/weight thing last week. now this goodyear thing. ...

must we all be so uptight and politically correct at all times? it's getting
tiresome... i mean the tone of this thing about jonatha's thought process
just seems over the top to me.

whatever happened to peace, love and understanding and all that jazz??

> we have no clue as to the process jonatha went through in coming to the
> decision to make that commercial. it's one thing to have an opinion, quite
> to another to state it as fact.
>
> please folks, can we do a little better job qualifying and quantifying our
> statements?
>
> deb

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date:         fri, 22 aug 1997 09:36:16 -0600
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subject:      re: songs never played

i don't think i have ever seen ig perform fare thee well live. i did see
em sing it on austin city limits. anyone else?

chris

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date:         fri, 22 aug 1997 12:04:16 -0400
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well, i'm off to vancouver today for the last lilith fair.
maybe i'll make a banner: wild wild party at the loquat tree
if ig actually plays the song (tho there's probably not a chance in hell
they'd actually do it... but you never know) perhaps we can finally
close the chapter regarding ig having played all of their songs in
concert.
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date:         fri, 22 aug 1997 11:56:33 -0400
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the original ? about what ig has played in concert of their commercial
releases specified that that commercial releases = epic albums. i posted
my note re:thur 21 aug 15:29 -0400
>enuff, enuff. it has already been established that ig have played...
because individuals were *still* sending me private e-mail about what
they considered to be a unique concert experience because ig happed to
play "_____" (whatever). not to be excessively rude - but i am not
writing a book on the subject... although it certainly is interesting
how passionate people are about their personal ig concert experiences.
if memory serves "wild wild party at the loquat tree" isn't on any epic
albums.
to quote my earlier post:
>okay?... okay... stick a fork in it myrtle. yep, it's done alrighty.
>let's eat!
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date:         fri, 22 aug 1997 12:48:53 -0400
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oops!  just deleted the original message, but emily introduced this as a
new song at the fox theatre show in detroit the first time i saw them-
1993?  i loved it and couldn't wait for it to come out on an album; didn't
know about boots then  ;)


karra \ kmcleroy@umich.edu \ university of michigan office of major events
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joni-
you're my hero!!! i love barry!!!!!!


i can't smile without you....

sari
ok, i just have to say this.....a big step for me since i'm "outing" myself
as a fan.....

the greatest singer/songwriter ever to come out of our generation ;o) got a
big boost from writing, performing and producing commercials.  they are
treasured americana...things that bring a smile to your face, a song to
your head, and lots of great memories......sing with me everybody....


why, none other than barry manilow!

ahhhhhhhh!   c'mon everybody:  "at the copa, copacabana, the hottest spot
north of havanna, here, at the copa, copacabana, music and passion were
always in fashion at the copa......"

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date:         fri, 22 aug 1997 19:46:34 +0100
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has anyone out there got any information on josh freese who played
drums on shaming of the sun, ie. what other groups he's worked with
(including his regular band).   i know he's appeared on meredith
brooks' album "blurring the edges".   any other information?

(please reply directly - my mailfilter may be blocking out messages
which aren't directly addressed to me, to cut out spam, so i may not
get messages sent to the list only.)

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subject:      re: ig on vh1 this sunday...
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someone please say you are taping this!!!  i don't get vh1 out here in the
middle of nowhere!!  please, please, please...
amy

on thu, 21 aug 1997, deb wrote:

> at 01:02 pm 8/21/97 -0400, debra l. dix wrote:
> >
> >i was watching vh1 last night and saw ig.  i tried to listen but my roomie
> >was talking loudly on the telephone and i couldn't get the whole scoop.
> >the screen said they would be on vh1 this sunday at 8pm.
>
> that would be the long-awaited hard rock live performance; they'll be
> sharing the hour with one other band.
>
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i was just reading the morning paper when this caught my eye. it's from a
regular column called "lake effect" which could easily be described as the
journal sentinel's "oh my god, a famous person was in town and actually ate
here" column :)

headline:

     amy ray gets an intro to brady st.

     by kathy flaningan
     of the journal sentinel

     august 22, 1997

     it's long past summerfest, and milwaukee's still rocking. witness this
trio of music-related anecdotes:

     amiable: when amy ray -- one half of the indigo girls -- bopped into
milwaukee one day before lilith fair, she caught up with friends connie
grauer and kim zick -- both halves of mrs. fun. dinner was at mimma's,
followed by an impromptu musical session at grauer's home. "we played
some new stuff for her and gave her a tour of brady st. she loved that,"
grauer says.

     payback is sweet. during indigo girls' lilith fair set (tuesday at the
marcus amphitheater), grauer joined in on percussion during the mass jam
session of the indigo song "closer to fine." zick stayed in her seat, in
row f.

--------

for those not from the area, brady street is an eastside milwaukee street
lined with some clubs, coffee shops, a few galleries, up and coming
restaurants, tattoo shops, etc. it's a focal point of the f.e.s.
(fashionable east side).

and in case you've forgotten, mrs. fun played on swamp.

deb

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i don't think i have ever seen ig perform fare thee well live. i did see
em sing it on austin city limits. anyone else?


emily sang it in toronto a few years back during the so tour the the
forum...it was fabulous!!! gave me shivers down my spine.  also memorable
from that show was jane sibbery doing backup vocals for a bit ;)

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

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date:         fri, 22 aug 1997 12:45:35 -0700
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at 07:21 am 8/14/97, monique barbanson <mhb@entelechy.com> wrote about
the michelle malone show in san francisco tomorrow night (sat, 23 aug):

>if you're planning on going to the sf show on 8/23, let me know. i'll
>be out of town until tuesday but it would be nice to have a pre mm
>show gathering in noe valley or in the castro.

i know several ig-listers are planning to attend, including me.

i am not aware of any formal plans for an ig-gathering before the show,
but i'm meeting a friend at 5pm for a pre-show dinner at radio valencia,
on the corner of valencia and 24th... catty-corner from good vibrations.
other ig-listers are more than welcome to join us.

radio valencia is a 4-block walk from the venue where michelle will play,
and serves good, inexpensive meals, and offers live jazz fri/sat nights.

michelle will be performing at the noe valley ministry, a neighborhood
church located at 1021 sanchez, two blocks north of 24th, in the noe
district of san francisco, just below the castro district.  convenient
public transit includes the j-church trolley (best trolley ride in sf!),
the 48 bus (connects with bart at 24th),  and the 24 divisadero bus.

the venue is very small (150-200 capacity?).  show starts at 8pm, doors
open at 7:30pm... *very* limited seating, and most will have to stand...
many will arrive by 7pm to wait in line, hoping to get one of the few
seats near the stage.

tickets are $12, available from bass, plus $2.50 service charge.

see you there!

john  <jmiller@wdl.lmco.com>

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subject:      mm review - littleigc

hey all,
just found this review in a local atlanta paper called "poets, artists &
madmen" (volume 4, no. 7).  if you have not gotten 'beneath the devil moon'
yet,  i urge, beg, plead that you run out and purchase it..  it's poetry in
motion...

reprinted w/o permission...
mm
beneath the devil moon
(velvel)
4of 5 stars
no novice to recording, malone is only 30 but this is already her fifth
album.  with that experience comes a maturity, intelligence and subtle
strength that flows through these 11 singer/songwriter mid tempo rockers.
her association with the indigo girls (who help out on barely audible
background vocals on one cut) [actually, e b'round sings on the title track
as well - cc] has given her much needed visibility as she opens major venues
for them, but on the basis of this fine release she'll be fine on her own.
malone's emotional vocals recall a huskier sheryl crow or a folksier chrissy
hynde (especially on the 'mystery achievement' chords of 'devil moon'), but
her tough backing musicians add an abrasive, rollicking edge that's absent
from most singers in her genre.  she alternates btw. soft and raspy or loud
and husky, often in the same song, but nothing is sung without a stunning,
fervent attachment that cuts through the sometimes bassy mix.  malone's an
original but dives into patti smith gasses on 'speaking of fueled' as she
recites poetry in a distant, overdubbed, tinny speaking voice against a
grinding accompaniment. [see my sig line below - cc]
malone's approach is consistently intense with a no bullshit stance that
drives home even the most subtle of these rockers with a biting vengeance.
she clearly means business, and like it's title, 'benath the devil moon'
shines with natural brooding haze and a creeping, shadowy power. - hal
horowitz

buy it, buy it, buy it now!!!

cheri

say goodbye to a world where you cannot breathe
to hiding behind unfamiliar skin
to singing songs never knowing what they mean
now this is the way it was meant to be
be still and listen to the rising and falling
knowledge is power and i never knew me till now. - mm

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hey..uh..am i the one who is behind and maybe missed a post or something?
becaus emy bf just walked in the house with a present for me, and it is
acoutic guitar with amy and emily on the cover....

has this been posted and i just missed it?  cuz, if not...run out and buy
it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

i love him for buying me one!!

peace, love and ig-
karrie

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subject:      igc - lilith fair webcast on sunday

itv.net is going to be 'webcasting' the final lilith fair on sunday.  this
information is from the lilith fair website:

<<the last show of our travelling sideshow is being webcast by itv.net. check
out their site for more information. you will need the netshow plugin or
stand alone application in order to view the show. you can get that from the
itv.net site. see you sunday>>

for more info, here is the web address:  http://www.itv.net/live/index.html

if anyone can tape this, and would be willing to dub a copy of the indigo
girls for me (i'm going out of town =( ) - i'd be forever grateful!!!!!!!!

=)
lisa

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subject:      re: blue food

ok, group, i guess i'll jump on the bandwagon here.

i'll take the next 15 people who want blue food.  blanks only, no trades.

email me privately.

peace, harmony, and indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
  ~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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subject:      re fare thee well live!

first chris asked:

> i don't think i have ever seen ig perform fare thee well live. i did
> see em sing it on austin city limits. anyone else?

and then from karen:

>  emily introduced this as a new song at the fox theatre show in
> detroit the first time i saw them- 1993? i loved it and couldn't wait
> for it to come out on an album

i heard fare thee well at the ig's first bumbershoot appearance (9/1/91)
and they were into playing all kinds of *new* stuff (pre rop)--emily
introduced ftw as a brand new song that she had just finished in the
last few days.  it was beautiful.  i cried.  and then i couldn't wait
for it to be on their next album--which turned out to be rop, and
guess what?  no ftw.  i could have died.

i haven't heard it live since.  and there's part of me that doesn't
want to.  hearing it that one time was so incredible that, oh, i
don't know...it's enough.

packing for vancouver,

ann

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hey abigail,
i'm sending you a tape for blue food but i lost your address when my
computer crashed , could you send it to me again?

thanks
heather

i don't need multiple personalities, two is enough.

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>someone please say you are taping this!!!  i don't get vh1 out here in the
>middle of nowhere!!  please, please, please...

did somebody say "middle of nowhere"?

hehehehe

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hi all!

i am still recovering from the the excitement of the girls' performance in
shakopee this past wednesday so try to excuse the disorganization of this
particular post. i just wanted to ask a few questions of the group and
maybe a favor or two of some kind soul out there.

okay the question is...in acoustic guitar emily (i think) said that they
had to tour all year befor they could begin to work on the acoustic stuff
for the new album...so does this mean they will be booking more dates
beyond the hte dates?  i know that as of today none of those dates exist,
but i was just wondering if anyone could verify that they will keep
touring through the end of this year, or just stop at the end of october.

the two things i am trying to find are a copy of tower's pulse magazine
with ig on the cover (june or july i think), as well as a copy of ig
doing austin city limits.  actually i'm missing a lot of the older stuff
like letterman appearances too, so if anyone feels like blessing me with a
little of their time and video footage i'd be more than willing to
reimburse you for your time and effort as well as materials.  i would also
be willing to trade for any boots i have, or some of the billion front
row pictures i took at shakopee's lilith (well okay, maybe not *that*
many, but i did average more than 2 pictures per minute whenever the
girls were on stage).  in addition i have some even closer shots from
their march ann arbor show.

so if any of you busy people have time to help me out, just let me know
what i can do to make it worth your time.  thanks again for your time!

marivel

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subject:      hte las vegas

hey y'all, sorry to waste the bw but i'm wondering if it has been confirmed
that the indigo girls will play in las vegas, nevada on sept 30 as part of
their hte tour?  i checked out www.indigogirls.com and www.honorearth.com but
didn't see any info about this particular show.  if anyone has any
information about it (or any hte shows in california or nevada) or knows how
i can find ou tmore about it, please email me privately.  thanks!

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i have a totally idiotic question for those of you who were in shakopee on
wednesday, especially if you were close to the front for any part of the
show.  i lost a green long-sleeved t-shirt with white stripes down the
arms sometime late that night right in front of the security railing on
amy's side of the stage.  did anyone happen to pick it up?  if anyone has
info regarding the whereabouts of my precious little shirt can you e-mail
me?  losing it was one of the only low points in the evening besides
the drunk couple of meredith fans, that glitter girl, and nearly getting
trampled to death for the last song.  but it was all most definately worth
it.

oh and btw, for those of you (jen, kate...) who shared in my sign-making
dilemma in the parking lot, i ended up holding up those 3 during the
girls' set and another one i made later during the final encore, and amy
looked over and read every single one of them and smiled each time i
brought out a new one.  so even though we didn't hear chiapas bound or
winthrop, it was *still* a huge success!

that's all.  sorry for wasting the time of those who weren't there.

marivel

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>
> the two things i am trying to find are a copy of tower's pulse magazine
> with ig on the cover (june or july i think), as well as a copy of ig
> doing austin city limits.

i still have a buttload of pulse magazines around, so send a 9x12 sase with
$3 postage to
kirsten chevalier
bates hall, wellesley college
106 central st.
wellesley, ma 02181
and one is yours.
kirsten (group-replying as her way of giving back to the list after starting
the j*n*tha br**ke thing)

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you ever been kissed by someone and felt as if your two bodies had suddenly
fused into one glorious emotional entity...igniting fireworks of unbridled
sensuality? have you, binkley?"--berke breathed | "been there, done that."--kc

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would any of you kind souls happen to have copies of the aug. 15 & 16
lilith fair toronto shows? i'm also looking for ig at unh april 12 and
newport folk fest '96. unfortunately, the only boots i have to trade are
the april 17 boston boot (which includes the mix radio interview & mama kin
show) and study hall 1981 / madison square garden '89.

igc: at the ig signing that took place at lilith on august 15... i'm
standing before my songwriting idols, and instead of perhaps expressing my
admiration and appreciation for their music, i forget how to spell my best
friend's name. i had asked amy & emily to sign a postcard for her birthday,
and amy said, "how do you spell maureen?" suddenly my mind went blank.
emily laughed at (or was that with) me. and that has been my ig experience
of the summer. :)


______tracey lavigne (rlavigne@nbnet.nb.ca)______
"up is a sign in the sky, spray paint letters on
  cardboard on two poles, and it says 'chickenman,'
     and my heart is full again." -- amy ray

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happy weekend everyone,

yesterday i was at hmv (music store here in montreal), begging for more lf
tapes.  they were kind enough to give me a couple of extras :)
(so if anyone else wants to trade for one, i have two more)

the point of this is that the manager saw clearly that
i was thrilled about the tapes, that she gave me this cd called my sister sings.
i am always happy when anyone gives me a cd (who isn't?), but
when i left the store, i turned it over to see that it has a live version
of gotm!!!  it is just a+e, and sounds like an early version of the song.
it sounds to me like they were sitting around with friends, and someone said
"oh, play that fun orange juice song you just wrote."
the best part, is the line in this version (well any version really, but...)
"with every lesson learned, a line upon your beautiful face."
it is just so clear, and so strong.
and...
instead of starting with drums and "i'm gonna clear my head,"
it starts solo banjo, and "the saddest sight my eyes can see..."

other artists on the cd are (5 songs):

melanie doane--         my sister sings
shawn colvin (live)--   get out of this house
ig (live)--             gotm
mary chapin carpenter-- sudden gift of fate
chantal kreviazik--     dealer (previously unreleased)

since it is a complimentary cd, i don't know if it is ethical to tape it.
does anyone know? if it is, i would be happy to make copies.
if not, i won't (of course).

otherwise, it is free (at hmv) to anyone who buys any ig or shawn colvin album.
deb

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subject:      re: igc - lilith fair webcast on sunday
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i'll be audiotaping this, but i would not mind getting some tips from
folks about how to avoid getting an amazing amount of white noise like
i did on the chicago webcast.
i have an isdn link and a sound card and was plugging the headphone
out directly to my tape recorder. i was surprised when i listened to
the tape that there was a lot of noise. i had also tried plugging the
line out to the tape recorder but the audio level on that was low.

any suggestions out there?


thanks,

monique


lisa dupre wrote:
>
> itv.net is going to be 'webcasting' the final lilith fair on sunday.  this
> information is from the lilith fair website:
>
> <<the last show of our travelling sideshow is being webcast by itv.net. check
> out their site for more information. you will need the netshow plugin or
> stand alone application in order to view the show. you can get that from the
> itv.net site. see you sunday>>
>
> for more info, here is the web address:  http://www.itv.net/live/index.html
>
> if anyone can tape this, and would be willing to dub a copy of the indigo
> girls for me (i'm going out of town =( ) - i'd be forever grateful!!!!!!!!
>
> =)
> lisa
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i have a quick question.  i would love to see the hard rock show that ig
are performing on vh1.  unfortunately the city of chicago feels that they
don't have enough channels (like 80) to give comedy central their own so
after like 5 or 6 vh1 switches to comedy central.  does anyone know if vh1
is planning a late night repeat that i could tape?  thank you for any
immediate info.

greg

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>date:  sat, 23 aug 1997 08:09:45 +0000
>from:  monique barbanson <mhb@entelechy.com>
>subject:      re: igc - lilith fair webcast on sunday
>to:    indigo-girls@netspace.org
>
>i'll be audiotaping this, but i would not mind getting some tips from
>folks about how to avoid getting an amazing amount of white noise like
>i did on the chicago webcast.
>i have an isdn link and a sound card and was plugging the headphone
>out directly to my tape recorder. i was surprised when i listened to
>the tape that there was a lot of noise. i had also tried plugging the
>line out to the tape recorder but the audio level on that was low.
>
>any suggestions out there?
>
>
>thanks,
>
>monique
>

try adjusting the volume controls on your computer. i have *no* idea if
this will work, but if you have a system that has different volume
levels avaliable for different sounds<midi's, wav's, etc.> maybe you can
find the right one and crank it.<i know it's probably a slide button
controlled with the mouse, but "slide it" simply doesn't convey the same
emotional response.<g>

if anyone thinks this is completley off-base, please tell me so that *i*
don't try this when i want to tape from the web.:) thanks.

gesi

*in my house there's this light switch that doesn't do anything. every
so often i would flick it on and off just to check. yesterday, i got a
call froma woman in germany. she said, "cut it out."*
                          *steven wright*


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date:         sat, 23 aug 1997 16:34:07 -0700
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from:         christian bergquist <cbergquist@voyager.net>
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just wanted to add a few comments about the shakopee show, besides of
course the fact that it absolutely was great.

i know there is talk about who had the largest attendance. when i called
canterbury downs on monday they said the field would hold about 40,000
so i guess that is why it turned out to be the largest.

one non-ig comment: pat benatar's new cd should be great! i was sitting
three people back from the village stage when she performed. sure am
glad someone mentioned that she had signed on or i might not have made
it a point to check out the village stage.

i would agree that most people were there to see jewel and indigo girls.
funniest thing was that after jewel, many people who had wandered
(pushed, kicked, mashed their way) to the front to see her then very
politely headed back to their seats (what seemed like a mile away for
some) to let us i.g. fans push to the front. unfortunately i did not get
the prime front row view like many other list members have, but i was
satisfied with our seats.

here is the set list from my pencil scratched napkin:
shed your skin
least complicated
shame on you
ghost
tried to be true
get out the map
scooter boys
galileo
water is wide
closer to fine

other posts have already elaborated on the finer points of each song but
i want to give a short description of the mood at lillith fair. hearing
i.g. perform outside with so many fans all around was unbelievable.
after their performance we headed back to our original seats (not quite
the mile away) to listen to the rest of the concert. the moon was two
days past its full shape and shining in its waning summer yellow-orange
color. the temp. was a bit cool, though with so many bodies around one
was quite comfortable with shorts and a t-shirt. and then one saw the
most perfect view: all these music fans, huge stage with the lf
backdrop, awesome performers, cool clear moonlit night and there in
bright view right above the stage was the big dipper. hey kind friends -
"big dipper hanging over the city." couldn't get the song out of my
head, wish they would have played that one.

all in all, i had a great time in shakopee. good friends, decent
weather, tons of laughs and awesome music. definitely worth the four and
a half hour drive. if anyone got a boot of this concert please e-mail me
as i need to hear scooter boys again.

chris b.

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date:         sat, 23 aug 1997 20:01:24 -0700
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please forgive me for this "me too" post, but if someone could also email
me about the hte las vegas show i would be very greatfull.  thanks.

jim

fugitive@primenet.com


>hey y'all, sorry to waste the bw but i'm wondering if it has been confirmed
>that the indigo girls will play in las vegas, nevada on sept 30 as part of
>their hte tour?  i checked out www.indigogirls.com and www.honorearth.com
but
>didn't see any info about this particular show.  if anyone has any
>information about it (or any hte shows in california or nevada) or knows
how
>i can find ou tmore about it, please email me privately.  thanks!
>

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date:         sat, 23 aug 1997 19:21:07 -0400
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i have two vcr"s . the one dosn't work to well but i could try to record it
for you. stmckee@inoline.net

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hey kids
okay, so here's a lil request to you kids. concerning miss. sara lee. i
have taken the liberty to create a website for ani difranco's band/crew
(the traveling circus) and even though sara is no longer with the crew
(obviously), it has been requested i still make a page for her. so, my
request is for any information, fun lil stories, pictures, discography,
anything any of you would like to see on her lil corner of the webpage..
thanx a lot
   amanda rae
"i'm not obsessed, i'm bored."
the drummer the singer the puppy..mr andy stochansky;
http://members.tripod.com/~dykeland/index-andy.html

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>i have a quick question.  i would love to see the hard rock show that ig
>are performing on vh1.  unfortunately the city of chicago feels that they
>don't have enough channels (like 80) to give comedy central their own so
>after like 5 or 6 vh1 switches to comedy central.  does anyone know if vh1
>is planning a late night repeat that i could tape?  thank you for any
>immediate info.

i figured others are in the same boat as my honey greg (see greg, if you
just lived with me in milwaukee you wouldn't have this problem!), so here's
the hard rock schedule for the coming week:

(all times are eastern)

sun aug 24th 8:00pm
mon aug 25th 8:00pm
sat aug 30th 5:00pm
sun aug 31st 1am

hope that helps!

deb

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subject:      michelle's merchandise (nigc)

hello!
      okay, here's the deal.  if you've written to me about the stuff i
bou8ght for you, chances are i've now replied to you.  this is the first time
i've checked mail in almost a month, so please bear with me... if you ordered
any tee shirts, that's where i had a problem, so please write to me.  i have
your e-mail addresses, but they're in my car right now which is in the shop,
so i can't write to you individually right now.  everyone else should be all
set.  if i owe anyone anything, please let me know... i think i'm really
going to get caught up on everything this week!  i think i'm okay with
everyone besides those tee shirt folks... sorry for any inconveniences...
talk to you all soon!  peace, love, and rest, sarah

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> hey kind friends -
>"big dipper hanging over the city." couldn't get the song out of my
>head, wish they would have played that one.

............so i guess......there ain't no use in explainin' the sceanery."
somehow everything seems to fall away when that sort of thing happens.......:)
what a wonderful vision!
thank you.
deb
ps--i always need to hear scooter boys again!!!!!

*****************************
"keep your light shining."

dr. roberta bondar, astronaut

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from:         robin cronin <housewren@aol.com>
subject:      mm---wow

so i'm a little old, and a little slow, and i only heard of michelle malone
in june via the ppv concert, but i am totally blown away by devil moon.  so
far i have bought 5 copies to give to friends and i have ordered all her cd's
and the video and it's still not enough.
her voice is so lyrical yet so tough, i can't get over it.  and her speaking
voice (on speaking of fueled) is so reminiscent of hendrix and morrison
(there, see how old i am???) that it makes me quiver.  and the songs are so
rockin' yet i hum them all day long---damn, i'm obsessed---can you tell???
now for some dumb naive questions-----she is gay, right??? (i hope).....has
anyone started a list for her???......how come she's not incredibly
well-known???
i have not been so moved by music since i first heard me and of course....ig.
mm fans----write me, share my obsession, keep me posted!!!   thanks-----robin

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if i'm not mistaken dar williams is supposed to be performing live on
vin scelsa's idiot's delight show (sunday aug 24 102.7).  it's a nyc
station the show starts at 8pm and goes on till the early am.  usually
the live performers are on sometime in the beginning.  you can visit the
website
http://www.wnew.com/local_archives/onair_personalities/scelsa.html

         slavi

ps hey maybe there could be sigc bec. he plays some of their music every
once in a while.  :-)

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subject:      strange fire question

in a message dated 97-08-21 16:35:13 edt, you write:

> tigger asked:
>  >here's my question - didn't someone post about a biblical reference to
>  >strange fire in the old testament?  i havent been to church in about 15
> years

i'm not sure if anyone's mentioned this yet, and it's not in the faq.  i was
reading the old testament straight through, and when i came to these verses
it sure did seem to fit:
leviticus 10:1-2
"1  and nadab and abihu, the sons of aaron, took either of them his censer,
and put fire therein, and put incense thereon, and offered strange fire
before the lord, which he commanded them not.
2  and there went out fire from the lord, and devoured them, and they died
before the lord"
these verses seem to fit with the song perfectly too.  "i come to you with
strange fire, i make an offering of love, the incense of my soil is burned by
the fire in my blood"  or at least, it really seemed to be when i read it.

the sfc
  send a copy of resp. to my address pls. as i freq. miss the list

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dunno if y'all have seen this...it's from the vh1 site.  note the gotm
misnomer.


                         sunday 8/24
                         hard rock live

                         hard rock live is tv's only weekly live music
series. it features some of today's
                         hottest artists performing live in an intimate
setting.

                         song 1 " shame on you" song2 " galileo" song3 "
leeds" song4 " get the map
                         out" song5 " scooter boys" backstage with rusted
root song6 " send me on my
                         way" song7 " virtual reality" song8 " faith i do
believe" song9 " drums &
                         ecstasy"

i'll be taping!

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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hey kfs!  i am excited to be back on the list; although oregon, san
francisco, and minneapolis were nice, it's also nice to have my lil'
on-line community back...

lilith was interesting.  if you are on the dar list, you have already
heard my rant about how it wasn't really about women in music at all, so i
shan't repeat it; i'm so sad to hear that i missed pat benatar at the
village stage!!!  but i did get to hear awesome performances by meredith
brooks and the ig.  these two acts were by far the best of the evening,
and the best-siuted for the venue as well.  poor dar had a cold, and
should not have to perform in front of 25000 people with no band.  of
course i still love her.
anyway, the ig were great...again.  i can't wait to see them, perhaps this
fall?  anyone know if they are coming anywhere near iowa city again?  but
this concert really rocked; they were just fantastic.  sys was so
beautiful, as always, and i didn't even get annoyed by any emily songs
(short sets may lead to this, since i didn't have to hear wood song, or
power of two, or caramia, thank goddess [sorry em fans, i know, she's a
fine guitar player and a great musician, i just tend to dislike some of
the lyrics])...what's my point.  oh, does anyone have a boot of lilith
fair in shakopee??  i would love one.  i really only want meredith, shawn
colvin, the first two jewel songs (her set went downhill when the boring
backup band arrived), and the ig; in reality, i'd settle for the ig since
they were so damn awesome.  the water is wide with jewel and sarah
mclachlan was brilliant, as was the completely joyful closer to fine.  :-)

blah blah blah...now i have to go get ready to teach tomorrow.  what a
come-down!

happy end of the summer (and that's a not-so-subtle hint to go get dar
williams' newest, end of the summer....),
luv,
suzi

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<sigh>  i will be going out of town the weekend dar hits chicago, so i need
to find a happy home for my 2 tickets  :*(

here's the info:
dar williams with special guest richard shindell
october 3rd (friday)  7:30 show
park west (which has probably the best acoustics anywhere near chicago)
this place is general admission...therefore, these are gen-ad tix :)
    $40 for both tickets. (thats what i paid)

anyone wanna take these off my hands??  anyone?  anyone?  bueller??

---sue

p.s. could someone from the dar list please post this message there too for
me?  thanks a whole bunch :)

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subject:      barring divine vhs intervention...

to all ig land...a fond hullo!

so i've been lurking for the past few months...too many friends crashing at
my house...the ig room <waving at tig, grl, diva, x...gosh this is getting to
be like your wav tig!  lol!>...ig concerts...lilith...love...you get the
picture...

amyray, it's finally time that i come out and yell at the top of my
lungs...ig on tv tonight!!!  <insert favorite {s woo-hoo!  here!> lol!

barring divine vhs intervention...i will finally have the long awaited hard
rock live show...(can you tell i've been waiting for a very long time to get
this right after missing the ppv?!?!?!)

and now for my gripe of the day...i spent a half an hour yesterday trying to
get the ig audio/vid off of the lilith fair site and when it finally
finshed...the video was sketchy and there was no sound!  hmmm...did anyone
else have any trouble with that?

<inserting a final plea here>  i know i've asked this before and gotten a lot
of "if you find it could you e-mail me" responses but i really need to know
if there is anyone out there who might have a boot of the ani concert in
~april (?) where ig hopped up on stage and jammed with her!   my friend
really wants it and now i owe her sooooo big (she snagged a sots promo poster
from the cd store she works at for me--after she took one for herself of
course!  lol!).

ok...this is really long and there's not much content here so if you got this
far...

thanx y'all

ruthie <-- listening to the new ani import (women in [e]motion festival)
it's a must!!!
{s rudy}  lol grl...too true

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because i'm a dumbass and trant is really cool, i ended up with an extra
copy of that pay per view special...  first person that wants it who
emails me can have it.

just a smile from nobody.
marta

morally, we had the high ground.  legally, we had problems. -fred okrand
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subject:      shawn colvin (nigc)

hey y'all--
  i thought i read on the list awhile back that shawn was supposed to be on
pbs on august 23 at 11:00....my tv guide listed this show for on tour, and
shawn wasn't on.  austin city limits was on at 7:00, and she wasn't on this
either.  i'm wondering if i got the date wrong, or if my local programming is
different......hmmmmmm
at least i know ig will be on vh-1 tonight,
rev up those recorders!!
lauren

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does anyone know the time for hard rock live for pacific time? i want to
make sure i don't miss the performance. thanks!


emily

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hello everyone! i thought it was time to stop lurking and introduce myself!

my name is heather and i am a new ig fan! lori j., who is also on this
list, was the first to introduce me to the girls. we decided in june to go
to the polaris lilith fair...me because i wanted to see jewel and lisa
loeb, lori because she wanted to see the girls. lori made me promise that
we wouldn't leave until the girls were done or else we had to drive
seperately so i said sure...anything to save a few bucks on parking :-)

well all of july and up to lilith she made me listen to the girls over and
over again...they aren't usually the type of music i'd listen to...but i
got to know some of their songs and thought "they're ok". now after seeing
them live i am hooked! at lilith we were with twink, barb, kelly, cassie,
don and deidre, and daryl. i also got to meet erin from this list. after
the girls were done twink and barb joined us again and i looked at them and
just said....now i'm hooked...and i am! we had such a good time at the
show, now i will do anything to see the girls in concert whenever i can.

this week i finally got my first ig tapes...i was able to get 1200 curfews
from columbia house and i am already wearing it out :-) i have shaming of
the sun on order from columbia house also since i can now finish my
agreement with them and get ig music at the same time!

lori is coming over tonight for an ig night...we are going to watch the web
cast of lilith and tapes that she has of the girls and then tape the vh-1
special! i can hardly wait!!!!

now a little about me...i am 27 married and have 2 young children ages 7
and 4. last night my 7 year old said to me that she couldn't get the ig
music out of her head and maybe she is starting to like them :-) another
new fan in the making...uh oh...guess this means i will have to take her to
a concert!

well i am sure this is long enough and probably boring as heck, so i will
sign off!

thank you for allowing me to be with you on this list! i am learning more
than i ever expected about ig and their music and loving every minute of it!!


                         -----------> heather a <----------
http://www.coil.com/~heathera/noah.htm (second noah)
http://www.coil.com/~heathera/index.htm (boring home page)
http://www.coil.com/~heathera/faq.htm  (babstalk faq)
         page me: http://wwp.mirabilis.com/207391
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subject:      ctf solo?

this is a little outdated, i know...but does anyone have the tab for the
closer to fine solo? during sara's mighty whistle thing, em plays a cool
little ditty. i can't quite figure it out..

thanks!

-liz-

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sorry to bother everyone for such a stupid question, but is there someone
out there who can help me translate the starting time for this thing
tonight?  netshow's pages have it starting at 2 different times:

14:30 pdt (22:30 gmt)
and
15:30 pdt (23:30 gmt)

anyone know which one is right, and how to translate that particular hour
to eastern or central time?

thanks!

marivel

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subject:      daemon records august sale

since i posted the question of how long it took to receive the order from
daemon, i thought i would let everyone know that my order arrived in
about 2 weeks.

if you have not taken advantage of this sale do it now!   at 6 bucks a
cd, you can not miss with this sale.  take this opportunity to sample
some of the great bands that you have heard so much about on this list.
i am glad that i did.

my favorite so far: the new mongrels..... this cd is great.  amy and
emily have some great parts on several songs.  michelle malone, gerard
mchugh, michael lorant, and dede vogt  also contribute with their talent
to this cd.... i can't get it out of my cd player.  i can't believe i
waited this long to get this cd.

you also gotta try gerard mchugh.  if you like thin line from 1200
crufews, you should hear gm do it (if you never had).

the month of august is almost over.... don't miss this opportunity to get
some great music, at a great price.

---derek

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date:         sat, 23 aug 1997 17:59:48 -0700
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hi,

hard rock is shown several times with one late night repeat.

the air date is set for august 24th. all times are edt/pdt. hard rock
live is shown on sundays at 8:00 pm. it is repeated monday at 1:00 am
and 8:00 pm and the next saturday (august 30th) at 5:00 pm.


greg flamer wrote:
>
> i have a quick question.  i would love to see the hard rock show that ig
> are performing on vh1.  unfortunately the city of chicago feels that they
> don't have enough channels (like 80) to give comedy central their own so
> after like 5 or 6 vh1 switches to comedy central.  does anyone know if vh1
> is planning a late night repeat that i could tape?  thank you for any
> immediate info.

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just to let y'all know, the ppv tape is spoken for...  sorry.

just a smile from nobody.
marta

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subject:      ig concert in valdosta

hello all ig maniacs.

we are three women in albuquerque, new mexico travelling [hopefully] to
atlanta in mid-october and attending the ig concert in valdosta, ga.  if
there is anyone in that area that can help us with ticket information, please
e-mail me.  we will be more than happy to help anyone coming to see them here
[santa fe] when the time comes.

also, i snagged a cd yesterday [an import] called complicated girls.  it's
really interesting.  anyone else heard of this?  it has live recordings from
england, new york and philadelphia, put out by toronado.  they didn't know
the names of some the songs.  had them listed wrong.  chickenman was
incomplete, which really upset me as this has become one of my favorites.
just ask heather.  "heather, play chickenman for me!"  trade me?

so, any info would be deeply appreciated.

sabrina

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can someone please explain to me how to view the webcast of lilith fair?  i
downloaded the viewer but i can't figure out how to access the event itself.

thanks!
carlisle

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hello all,

from what i've heard and figured out from various sources, tickets for boone and blacksburg hte shows will be sold in those locations first and foremost, then they will be offered up to phone sales. sigh. :-i

my gf and i have planned a road trip to see four shows in a row: boone, blacksburg, columbia and savannah. we have tickets for the last two. the first two haven't gone on sale yet.

here's the deal. if any of y'all know when and how tickets are coming for these two shows, email us privately. if anyone out there lives in either town or can get to either town for ticket sales, email us privately.

teddie@mindspring.com

we would be more than willing to compensate someone who could and would stand in line in boone or blacksburg to get tickets. this means a great deal to us because the dates wrap around a weekend and are close enough to us in atlanta that we could make the trip and miss very little time from work. i'm sure we've all been there. :-)

well, thanks in advance for any assistance this may generate. have a great week!

peace,

susan & jocelyn

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hi y'all,

a while ago i wrote and said i really didn't like sots that much and pretty
much assumed i would almost never listen to it. however, my husband bought
me a discman when in japan recently (aren't i spoiled? i got yummy swiss
chocolates too!) and so yesterday i sat down and listened to sots quite
loudly and with no interruptions and have to say it's the best!!! i love
it! yes!!! i can't get enough of it. i finally worked out that i love the
way amy sings on this cd. i hated it the first twenty spins or so but now
it's great. anyone who's still struggling with this cd - stick on some head
phone and let the girls sing to you! it's so damned wonderful!!!

helen

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hey all,
i don't think anyone's posted this, but sorry if i'm repeating...

kcet's on tour program is supposed to have an indigo girls segment this
coming week.  according to the tv listings they will share the hour with 7
other bands.  it will be at midnight sat30/sun31  (that's from an la
listing, so, of course, everone check your lockal papers.)

java

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hi everyone!  wasn't the show fabulous?!  well, let me cut right to the
chase...i am still at home(i leave for school in 2 days) and when the
girls came on i blasted the tv and both my parents went to watch them on
a different tv...and let me be alone-in peace!  to make a long story
short, after it was over i felt like i had to explain to my parents why
they are so great and spiritual- and why i love them so much.  have any
of you ever felt that way?  i felt like they were like "so that's who
you love so much?!" it's so hard to articulate how and why they are so
mezmorizing!  when i tried to explain their beauty to my parents i
didn't even know where to begin!  it is so frusterating to me...i want
people to see their talent and heart; often times i feel people just
look at them as being gay and therefore have a stigma attached to it.
what do you all think?  am i just crazy feeling like i always gotta
defend them and explain to people how unbelievable they are?!
...sorry- i just needed to express this to people i think would
understand! -alison-

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if you get into a long buffering problem hit stop then reconnect - i just
did it for paula's set. i just hit record for hear version of "jolene" --
she is so good -- although the festival is not going by the posted schedule
at the www site (i think s. colvin is supposed to be on before paula - maybe
my times are all messed up...i dunno.)

hope hard rock sounds good
mike r.

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. . . after it was over i felt like i had to explain to my parents why
> they are so great and spiritual- and why i love them so much.  have any
> of you ever felt that way?

it's funny you write this.  i had been thinking about posting an incident
that happened when i went out to dinner with my mom friday night.

she told me she saw igs on rosie and wasn't impressed.  she said she made
an effort to watch it to see what i was so into but she wasn't impressed.
i ended up telling her to just listen then i stared her straight in the
eyes, never looking away, and recited each and every word of ghost.  (i
can't sing so i recite).  i think she kinda got the picture.

by the way, i'm 42 and mom's 70!

"when you learn to love yourself you will dissolve all the stones that
are cast"

faye.

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this was on an other mailing list im on, so i decided to pass it on....

                          inspired by insanity,
                                jeanette


                              we own nothing
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                                   emily sailers
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>from san francisco bay times (august 7, 1997)

queens of pop & folk: the indigo girls
by jeffrey l. newman

(excerpt)
     while the indigo girls are open about being an "out" band, a somewhat
mainstream group fronted by two openly gay musicians, the road to get there
was not an easy one.  while ray was less reserved or concerned about the
public's image of her and her sexuality, saliers was more uneasy about her
lesbianism, mainly out of concern that they would forever be labeled a
lesbian band and that it would overshadow what their music was about.
     "emily and i grew at different speeds, when it came to what we wanted
to say [about being lesbians] and when.  it's never been that big a deal to
me.  i've never felt limited by it.  i think it has helped us gain a sense
of community," says ray.
     "there was a time when emily didn't feel comfortable about being open.
she felt like there had to be something in her life that had to be private
and she wanted to keep it out of the public eye," she recalls.  "she hadn't
necessarily come to terms with things.  my concern was that if we didn't
talk about it, i didn't feel as if we were being honest.  we were asking
people to be individuals and stand up for themselves, so i felt like we had
to also."
      the duo reached a compromise.  ray talked about being gay and saliers
talked about the things she felt comfortable talking about.  but about
threee or four years ago, after doing radio interviews and seeing the need
to be open, saliers changed her tune.
     "i don't regret coming out.  i only wish i had done it earlier.  i was
just afraid of the stigma.  i didn't want to be identified as a lesbian
band first and a musical band second.  it was also my personal fear of
rejection," says saliers, who has been with her lover for three years.
"once we were both out, i was like, 'why wasn't it always that way.'  it's
better in the long run for more people to be out."

(end)

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subject:      neil hunt, upcoming shows

hi there!
      first, neil, if you're out there, if you wouldn't mind replying to this
privately i'd like to talk to you!  otherwise, if anyone knows neil's e-mail
address, it's kind of a little bit important, so if you think he wouldn't
mind, could you share it? =)
      second, does anyone know anything about a show in valdosta, ga?  i'm
planning to go; i heard there will be one... what about savannah?  i'm not
really well informed, i guess, but anything anyone has to share would be
_much_ appreciated.
      i guess that's all... talk to you later! =)  peace, love, and butter
biscuits, sarah

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tonight im taping hard rock live and id be willing to make copies of
anyone who doesnt get a chance to see it, in exchange for boots....i also
have a few extra copies of the pulse with the girls on the cover id be
willing to send to people for boots, so if youre interested get back to
me...and to the person whos in charge of the taping tree, id like to get
involved (even though im a newbie) thanks!!!!!

                          inspired by insanity,
                                jeanette


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                                   emily sailers
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subject:      vh1-scooter boys

i just finished watching the tape i made of hard rock live.(luckily my vcr
taped the whole thing, and no one in my family shut off the vcr cause i taped
a huge sign to the tv). anyway, what i was wondering if anyone caught what
amy said off to the side during scooter boys.

erica


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think"--tom robbins

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hey y'all! i've got one extra copy of pulse for whomever still needs it. i
would have offered it sooner but i jes' plain fergot...let me know.

jendy

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can someone please tell me what to "click" on to get the ig pictures off
the lilith fair web site!  i have heard about all these pictures and
wasn't able to see them because my computer was screwed up- now its
fixed and i don't know where to go to see them!  also, if anyone knows
of anyone web pages with ig pictures on them (lilth fair) please post!
        thanks!
        alison

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all this talk of the girls on vh1 makes me sad becasue my world is dominated
by mtv.  vh1 doesn't exist in my cable line up.  sad sad thing.  is there
anyone out there who would be so kid as to send a copy of ig on hard rock
live to a poor ig fan in need?  thanks in advance.

~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*
"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
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im sending this agan in case it didnt go through....
                          inspired by insanity,
                                jeanette


                              we own nothing
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                                   emily sailers
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tonight im taping hard rock live and id be willing to make copies of
anyone who doesnt get a chance to see it, in exchange for boots....i also
have a few extra copies of the pulse with the girls on the cover id be
willing to send to people for boots, so if youre interested get back to
me...and to the person whos in charge of the taping tree, id like to get
involved (even though im a newbie) thanks!!!!!

                          inspired by insanity,
                                jeanette


                              we own nothing
                              nothing is ours
                                   emily sailers
             ***************************************************

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subject:      igc - the palace, albany ny

is anyone else going to this show? i live in albany and would love to
meet up with anyone else who will be there.  let me know.

tuesday's child
charter member -- yknib ssim fan club

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hi all,

i don't have the opportunity to post much, but i've been "hanging out" for a
few months and have really enjoyed it.  the camaraderie and respect
expressed, most of the time, not only for each other but for the indigo girls
is rather touching.  i've especially loved reading the concert reviews and
those stories relating a special indigo moment that's happened in one's day.

well i have such a story to share. i was in best buy, saw the 99cent cd rack
and figured i'd check it out, see if anything catches my eye.  i come across
this cd with a kind of distorted picture of a dog on it entitled "tame
yourself".  i think to myself is that the same cd w/indigo girls & michael
stipe song "i'll give you my skin", i've read about.  i've only been a fan
for a few years now so i'm not that familiar with all their stuff,  hence my
uncertainty. it turns out that it was. much to my delight and surprise, there
on the front cover third artist listed ig w/ michael. i snatched it up,
thinking for a buck how bad could it be and besides it's the indigo girls so
i knew i'd like atleast that song :). i ended up enjoying the whole cd, but
the harmony between amy, emily and michael at the end of the song is
definitely the highlight for me.  it's so beautiful. i have to stop what i'm
doing and just listen every time i hear it. come to think of it i find myself
doing that quite often when i listen to the girls.
anyway.....:) i figure it's the only copy there but i continue to browse the
rack.  well to make a looong story short :) i come across 2 other copies
which i proceeded to purchase, figuring i could pass along my good fortune to
some fellow ig fans.

so if you've made it this far, not only do i thank you for your indulgence,
:) but you might just be rewarded.  here's the point of my little story.  if
anyone's interested in receiving this cd then just e-mail me with your addy
and i'll pop it in the mail to you.  remember i only have 2 copies,
unfortunately :( so it'll be 1st come 1st serve.  but a friend of mine was
able to pick up a few copies of the ig starter kit cd from target. so if
anyone is still interested in that cd just let me know and i'd be more than
happy to mail those out at well.

well that's all folks.
have a great day.
presti.

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i have just returned from my first ig concert. a virgin no more. my
first ig, the last lilith. i have never been so moved, so enjoyed a
concert or been so hungry for more. they were incredible despite the
fact that i waited for hours and my seat allowed me to see only amy
because they had to move back into the stage because of the rain (i was
over to the side). sarah had the crowd on her side but ig had their
hearts and mine. the energy, the vitality, their life... i don't have
the words. i'll leave the details to the experts but i just had to
share. wow. articulate ain't i. i was so happy they played the power of
two. must go to bed.

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a friend of mine loaned me a tape to make a copy of and i was
wondering if any of y'all know where it came from or when.  it sounds
like an interview of a & e done by shawn colvin with a few songs
mixed in between the talk.  judging by the songs, it was done around
the time when n*i*s came out.  email me privately if you know
anything about this.  thanks!

anna

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

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subject:      the divine vcr goddess are finally smiling!

hullo everyone!

so my vcr finally decided to play with me!  last night's show was excellent
(tho it was way too short imho!!!)  a+e really looked like they were having a
good time as did the crowd (tho i couldn't believe i saw someone in the first
row with her arms crossed during scooter boys of all songs!

fashion report...just a few words...they looked fabulous sweetie
daaaah-lings!

on sound...why did amy get all po-ed in the middle of one of the songs?  i
thought that she was saying something about the sound of her guitar being
non-existent...something that i had noticed as well but i'm not totally sure!
any thoughts?

ok...well, i have to run...late for orientation...see yall soon

ruthie <-- who was sooo happy to hear/see them say thanx yall soo many
               times and wishes she could go to the hte tour but is going to
see ani
               the day before her birthday in ny!!!  woo-hoo!

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this cd is actually pretty cool (got mine from an inside sony source a
couple of weeks ago)

however taping would be considered "unethical" in sony's eyes as the warning
on the back states it remains property of sony music canada

but then again....has that ever stopped anyone before?? <grin>

melanie doane is one to watch out for on the music scene and...

the live version of gotm is groovin ;)

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

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here's the scoop on the nc show- i went to a lot of effort to find this
info; i only hope tickets are still on sale when i call to get them...
(plus, sept. 19 is my husband's b'day, getting tickets would be too
perfect...)

farthing auditorium, boone nc
8 pm sept. 19.  $15 students, $20 others, +$2 service charge for phone
orders.  1 800 841 arts; (704) 262-4046.
tickets go on sale this wed. for students, this thursday 10 am (aug 28) for
others.
venue seats ca. 1700.

enjoy, jessica

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(.02)

during the middle of sb - or i think it was the first break between verses,
or maybe the first solo-break....but, what amy was saying to i guess her
sound people - i thought was defintely "down!!!"  and i think she was
motioning to her acoustic guitar.  she said a few other things possibly,
but i'm pretty sure she said (or mouthed) "down" at least a few times....

at this point, and maybe even at the start of the song, i noticed her
volume was a little too high - especially since acoustic guitars usually are
only background music in live (electric) settings......and then after yelling
at the sound person, i think her guitar actually got a little quieter....or it
wasn't that out-front as much.....

also, what i thought was real funnnnny...... since ar was singing the
lead on sb, the camera was sort of following her in the beginning of the
song....so when she went towards the side of the stage to get
p*ssed-off at the sound levels (maybe), the side camera was right on
her and the director was probably like "here that fiery amy ray goes,
who will probably smile/laugh and joke with josh - or play to the crowd -
or the camera or something artistic-funky-like......(he has $$ in his
eyes)..."  the director continues...."wait a minute!  she's getting all p*ssed
off!.......go to camera 3 quick!!!!"
that was my take on the little situation....

also, didn't amy go nutz, or was just full of emotion? - on soy.....(and
also sb)......b/c on soy - she just seemed to be sooooooo focused on
her mike.....(or on this mike) and was really into her electric guitar.....
maybe, it was just there first song, and i was kind of blown away by
them being on tv.....and them being sooooo close to me.....sort of....

also, my other opinion <hehe> of what she said to the sound guy.......
ar: "where is mike from lf @ scranton?  get him down here now!!!!
down!!!!"
or is that just me <hehehe>......

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subject:      nashville lilith fair

hello!  after having deleted/replied to over 300 messages in the last 12
hours, i am just about exhausted, but at least your e-mails won't get bounced
anywhere now!  anyhow, i have one question about lilith on the 6th of
august... did anyone tape it?!?!  someone _had_ to!  it was one of the most
incredible nights i've ever had... i laughed, i cried, i danced... it was
greatness, and i'd "give you my left wing" for a copy of it... if anyone
knows, i'd love it if you'd reply and i'd trade for any of the stuff i have,
albeit limited... i suppose that's all... peace, love, and butter biscuits,
sarah

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subject:      ig and parents

>. . . after it was over i felt like i had to explain to my parents why
>> they are so great and spiritual- and why i love them so much.  have any
>> of you ever felt that way?
>
>it's funny you write this.  i had been thinking about posting an incident
>that happened when i went out to dinner with my mom friday night.
>
>she told me she saw igs on rosie and wasn't impressed.  she said she made
>an effort to watch it to see what i was so into but she wasn't impressed.
> i ended up telling her to just listen then i stared her straight in the
>eyes, never looking away, and recited each and every word of ghost.  (i
>can't sing so i recite).  i think she kinda got the picture.
>
>by the way, i'm 42 and mom's 70!

it is funny...all this talk about parents and ig coming up now.  in a
couple of weeks, my partner and i are taking my (71 year old) mother to
her first ig show...second row seats no less.  in any case, it should
be interesting and fun for her...a new experience...and she won't have
to wonder what we're doing road-tripping to all these shows anymore.
she's a good sport...

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katspaw@idirect.com wrote:

> this cd is actually pretty cool (got mine from an inside sony source a
>
> couple of weeks ago)
>


what cd are you speaking of?

scott

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   i just got back on friday...so what's up.  i spent the summer in nyc
and i'm so happy to be back. not that i hate the city but one can only
take so much drama for so long.
   i did however get to meet emily after the madsion squaree garden. i'm
sure i'll get a thousand flames after i tell my story but get over it.
   i was waiting outside the garden in my friends car waiting for them to
come out the stage door. well, an hour later emily and her girlfriend jet
inside a taxi and peal off to the east side. of course my friend followed
the taxi for twenty minutes all the way back to her hotel on the east
side. we then hopped out and screamed "ms. sailers!".
     she was very cool and signed my set list. we also got to give her a
great big hug. now, i just have to meet amy.
      i was also wondering if anyone would like to trade me a copy of
that pay per veiw thingy for say..three boots. i'm sure it was an
incredible concert. also, does anyone havee either a boot for the madsion
square garden or the mann music center concerts?
cool.
ben

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hey kids
wow..lilith is being rebroadcast..perhaps i'll get to hear paula's set
this time around...
  anyhow, just thought i'd let you all know i have a page up for ms.
sara lee @
http://members.tripod.com/~dykland3/sara/
   anything to add or whatever please mail me!
  amanda rae

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i was wondering if there was anything about the girls after rusted root
played.  i was not home whenn it was on so i asked my dad to tape it,
but he turned it off when the girls went off, so if there was i would
like to know, thanks alot
                         betsy

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just wanted to thank lynda and correct myself..so that address would be
http://members.tripod.com/~dykeland/sara/
i meant to say that the rest of the site was finally up...
so why does itv.net have to cut out the first half of sys?
   amanda rae
better the second time around...

lynda wrote:
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> hey amanda,
>
> thats the second time you've posted your address...and both times its
> been wrong!!
> think you left the e out of the last post in dykeland.
> just thought you'd want to know.
> =)
> lynda
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i don't know if this is a local thing (ne) or not, but this morning i saw a
great commercial featuring ig with various clips of soy and gotm.
it was a for their sots cd -"available at borders".
keep your videos available:)
rena

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me again...hmm..maybe i should get off the computer..alas, though, i
have 2 questions..
oh, and ignore my links to sara's site..they're all wrong..i'm just
stupid..
  a) at lilith last night, what was the song that sarah and lisa came
out for? b4 water is wide? i missed it both times due to the fact i had
to reopen the show and naturally thanx to buffing i was really behind...
  b) do either of the girls play a 12 string acoustic at any time or do
they just stick with a 6 string acoustic?
    amanda rae
http://members.tripod.com/~dykeland3/sara/
checked for accuracy, that is sara lee's lil web corner..

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i went to the new (improved!) birchmere in alexandria, va. the other night
(to see laura love - wow! - and moxy fruvous), and was pleased to note not
one, but 2 autographed ig items on display.  the first was a n*i*s flat,
with autographs to the owners.  the second was a *huge* (4' x 4' maybe)
n*i*s promo poster (had an album release date) which was also autographed.
amy's autograph is worth noting... she drew 3 cats, one with a napsack
(underneath she wrote "nomad"), one with a headdress ("indian"), and one
with a halo ("saint")!

=-=-=-=

there's a picture of amy and joan jett on the last page of the current
issue of curve (the special music issue - sept.?).

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at 12:09 am 8/23/97 -0400, marival danielson wrote:
>okay the question is...in acoustic guitar emily (i think) said that they
>had to tour all year befor they could begin to work on the acoustic stuff
>for the new album...so does this mean they will be booking more dates
>beyond the hte dates?  i know that as of today none of those dates exist,
>but i was just wondering if anyone could verify that they will keep
>touring through the end of this year, or just stop at the end of october.

they've said they'll do a high school tour after hte.

=-=--=-=

at 12:32 am 8/23/97 -0400, cheryl christie wrote:
>hey y'all, sorry to waste the bw but i'm wondering if it has been confirmed
>that the indigo girls will play in las vegas, nevada on sept 30 as part of
>their hte tour?

the billboard article someone sent the url for said that they would be
playing lasvegas with bonnie raitt.

=-=-=-=

at 10:31 pm 8/21/97 -0500, deb reiser wrote:
>the reporter did mess up one other part saying, "male musicians have been
>featured on some of the tour's stops." unless she meant members of the
>bands, she was in error. she did get the next part right though. at the
>news conference in milwaukee sarah announced that she had changed her mind
>about inviting male acts on next year's tour. apparently some of the
>"braver performers" approached her and asked her to reconsider. i can't
>help but wonder if a certain duo we know were some of those "braver
>performers." ;)

i kind of doubt it, given their stance on playing women-only festivals, but
they're not identical issues, so who knows?

=-=--=-=

at 03:29 am 8/22/97 -0400, joe hamilton wrote:
>i also picked up some sort of studio copy of the closer to fine video..i
>haven't actually receive it yet, but it's supposedly about triple the size
>of the normal video cassette..i don't want to say it's the video
>master..but it's some sort of recording used before it's actually dubbed
>to vhs tape..i forget the letters used to describe the format ..htsc or
>some combination there of..if there are any video production people out
>there, i'd be very interested to hear what exactly i'm getting..but i'm
>pretty darn excited even if i don't know what it is :)

sounds like an ntsc video, which is simply the video format used in the uk
and elsewhere.

>i picked up a 12" version of the import closer to fine cd single that has
>the black cover and says 'limited edition 4 track cd contains 3 live
>tracks'...and of course the  album says limited edition 4 track 12"  ..the
>songs are closer to fine studio and live...mona lisas and mad hatters and
>american tune live..so i had the cd..but discovered the 12"..it's
>cool..definately try to pick one up.

but only if you don't already have the cd version (commonly known as
reverse 1 live), which has more tracks.

=-=--=-=

at 05:39 pm 8/22/97 -0700, ann m labeck wrote:
>i heard fare thee well at the ig's first bumbershoot appearance (9/1/91)

>i haven't heard it live since.

it is kind of interesting; i know that emily played ftw often before it was
put on disc, because i recall the speculation from fans of the song who
wanted to know when it would show up on a cd.  but it hasn't seemed to make
the cut often since then...

=-=--=-=

at 01:17 pm 8/24/97 -0400, lmd21@aol.com wrote:
>hey y'all--
>  i thought i read on the list awhile back that shawn was supposed to be on
>pbs on august 23 at 11:00....my tv guide listed this show for on tour, and
>shawn wasn't on.

shawn was on "sessions at west 54th," not "on tour."

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subject:      any appalachian state student/boone tix.!

hey people!
well, here i am stuck in atlanta with no chance of getting to boone this
wednesday to camp out for ig tix.  so, if there are any asu students who are
going to see the girls and are going to get tix. this wednesday (10am), i
would love if someone could get just 2 tix. for me and my friend lisa.  i am
at your beck and call and would be willing to accommodate you for your
trouble.  i can drop a check in the mail asap!  this show is exactly one week
after my bd and i could use a great present this year! :o)
help!  time is running short, so i'll be checking my email quite often!!!
i'm keeping my fingers crossed!
thanks!
cheri

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subject:      tame yourself offer is closed, sorry :(

hi everyone,

wow the response was incredible but i'm sorry to say that the offer is now
closed.  i will continue to keep my eye out for this cd and will pose the
same offer in the future if i can.

i will e-mail those who will be receiving the cd's shortly.

take care,
presti

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date:         mon, 25 aug 1997 14:35:47 -0400
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hey all!

first of all, i apologize if this thread already went through the list
when the concert was first shown--i've been gone for most of the
summer.  i just wanted to ask (yet another) favor of those of you who have
been lucky enough to catch soy's video anywhere else besides the end of
the pay per view concert (why is it that every other headlining artist in
the entire lilith show has their video all over mtv and vh1, but soy is
nowhere to be found?).

anyway, what i'm particularily interested in are the words in spanish that
run at the bottom of the screen towards the end of the video. now the
problem is...despite my fluency in spanish, i cannot read fuzzy white
letters against a light background--especially when they are tilted to
allow room for the ppv credits. would anyone be willing and/or able to
type up those words running across the screen?  i'd be more than happy to
type up a translation for anyone who might want one.

and while we're on the topic of things i can't read...can anyone make out
any of the letter amy's writing to tanner at the beginning of the clip?

thanks for your time...

marivel

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greetings,

just a quickie this time to update everyone on wendy bucklew's upcoming
musical excursions.  there are new dates here along with some, er, corrected
addresses, and we hope to see you out there:

august 28, 1997: the whole shabang, 1400 webster st, alameda ca, 8:30pm, 510
864 2264
august 30, 1997: bumbershoot festival, seattle wa -- 5:15-6:30, music box stage
august 31, 1997: cosmos, 1333 franklin, bellingham wa -- 9pm, (360) 671-4487
september 2, 1997: tractor tavern, 5213 ballard ave nw, seattle wa -- 8:30pm
september 3, 1997: cafe lena, portland or
september 4, 1997: sam bonds, eugene or -- 9pm
september 5, 1997: the whole shabang, 1400 webster st, alameda ca -- 8:30pm
september 8, 1997: jack's sugar shack, hollywood ca -- part of nas showcase
september 12, 1997: daily grind, ventura ca
october 7, 1997: strings, emeryville ca

wendy is excited about playing her first bumbershoot festival and we'll all
be hanging around seattle for a while to soak up some great music.  also,
seattle-ites should note that the always awesome michelle malone plays the
tractor tavern in seattle on august 27th.  life is good.

cheers,

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

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they started the ig 's set @ 2:55 this afternoon eastern -- the stream is
supposed to be six hours long and can be found at the same place as last
night -- with less buffering problems!!!
mike r.

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subject:      columbia, sc

if anyone is interested in going to the show in columbia on 9-21 at the
township auditorium the # to call to charge tickets is 803-251-2222.  the
# to the auditorium is 803-252-6530. tickets are $28.50 or $23.50.  i've
seen the girls here before, but i can't really remember where i was
sitting or anything about the concert because i was still on my high from
meeting amy (who was just walking down the sidewalk) earlier that day.
what i do remember is that no one seemed to mind if you headed out back
after the concert to meet the girls.  they were really cool and just
stood around talking to everyone after the show and signed autographs.
but this was a few years ago, security may be a little tighter this time.
i guess we'll just have to wait and see.
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hi everyone,

after long delay, here are two tape trees for some more of this summer's
california shows.

set 1: the first (7/2/97) l.a. show: a very good quality boot (thanks to
john miller for finding it and passing it on to me!) of the entire ig
show, plus a decent quality recording of michelle malone's opening set and
a radio quality recording of a & e on star 98.7 the morning after the
concert.  needs 2 100 minute tapes.

set 2: san diego/la2 - i made this for all the people who said they wanted
whatever i had, regardless of the quality.  surviving portions of my san
diego and second (7/3/97) l.a.  tapes, including the billy tipton mem.
sax. quartet opening in san diego, the complete l.a. set minus the encore,
several additional songs from the san diego set, and the encore from san
diego - together a long, slightly repetitive show. two cool versions of
cut it out with new stuff in the middle.  also needs 2 100 minute tapes.

the trees are almost identical so you can get both from the same person,
with the exception of january and february (sorry - bad planning on my part).

if you're new to this, just contact the person whose e-mail address is
listed opposite your birth month and they'll explain to you about how it
all works.

note:  december is out of town until the end of the week.  i think
everyone else is around.  if you have problems, try another branch or
contact me - alisont@netcom.com

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1.  tree 1:  l.a. 7/2/97 , michelle malone opening + radio interview
      (2 100 minute tapes)

january                 chris:  guinione@aol.com
february                andi:   ablipman@sas.upenn.edu
march                   jan:    janice_stevens@pagenet.com
april                   lisa:   memememi@aol.com
may                     caroline: hac@quiknet.com
june                    angie:  a_cat@erinet.com
july                    lucy:   leselle@eskimo.com
august                  jendy:  joanie1@grove.ufl.edu
september               marta:  mchafee@oxy.edu
october                 monique: mhb@entelechy.com
november                heather: chicken@gzinc.com
december                julie:  azule4@aol.com

europe branch:          claudine        claudine@cableinet.co.uk


2.  tree 2:  san diego(7/1/97) + l.a.(7/3/97) (portions of both), billy
tipton mem. sax. quartet opening    (2 100 minute tapes)

january                 alison: alisont@netcom.com
february                alison: alisont@netcom.com
march                   jan:    janice_stevens@pagenet.com
april                   lisa:   memememi@aol.com
may                     caroline: hac@quiknet.com
june                    angie:  a_cat@erinet.com
july                    lucy:   leselle@eskimo.com
august                  jendy:  joanie1@grove.ufl.edu
september               marta:  mchafee@oxy.edu
october                 monique: mhb@entelechy.com
november                heather: chicken@gzinc.com
december                julie:  azule4@aol.com

europe branch:          claudine        claudine@cableinet.co.uk

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does anyone happen to have a full size or large graphic of the strange fire lp? that song
means a lot to my girlfriend and i and i'd like it for an anniversary gift i'm making for her.
i've got the small ones on the internet... but they arent big enough. i dont have a scanner or
a copy of the lp so i cant do it myself.

and don't worry... i'm not planning on going into the illegal tshirt business... its for a one of
a kind craft-type gift i would like to make her. i tried going through the official channels at
epic and they dont have anything with the strange fire lp cover on it.

i'm sure one of you netters will come to my rescue...


peace, love, & all things indigo,       _________
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is to help me take my life less seriously;
it's only life after all."   -- emily saliers

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subject:      re: vh1-scooter boys

in a message dated 97-08-25 04:41:11 edt, erica writes:

<< i just finished watching the tape i made of hard rock live.(luckily my vcr
taped the whole thing, and no one in my family shut off the vcr cause i
taped
a huge sign to the tv). anyway, what i was wondering if anyone caught what
amy said off to the side during scooter boys. >>

i think she said, "turn my voice down.  down!!!"  and it must have worked,
because the next time she went to the mike, it was down! i've watched that
bit 6 times making copies for people, so i'm pretty sure those were her
words.  did anybody else get something different?  actually, amy seemed to be
monitering the sound pretty closely.  i saw her look into the wings 3 or 4
times as though she was communicating with sound.  hmmmm....

pam
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we're standing at opposite poles
equal partners in a mystery.  es
+++++++++++++++++++++++

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lotta discussion on this matter awhile back, and i didnt pay close attention
to it otherwise i woulda tole ya then...anyways...

the indigo girlies opened a couple of shows for the dead in oregon in 1993.
someone asked if that ig set was booted (i think).. yes, there is a boot of
their performance.  no, they do not play with the dead.  yes, i have a boot
of this.

you might have this boot too.  it's on the "history of us" boot...tracks
2-9.  emily (or was it amy...) says something about being grateful to be
able to open for the dead...(for those who dont know...history of us is a
boot with select performances from 3 different shows)

thats it.  just wanted to ease those inquiring minds. :)
----sue

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here is what i found on vh1's web site tonight, i thought most of you would
be interested:

reprinted without permission

lilith fair lives
the lilith fair made its final stop on sunday, august 24th in vancouver's
thunderbird stadium, but it won't be the last time the we'll see this
groundbreaking event this year.
the canadian broadcasting corporation will produce and air an hour long
documentary featuring performances from the femme festival in the fall. cbc
camera crews filmed footage of sarah mclachlan, meredith brooks, indigo girls,
shawn colvin, jewel and others during the fair's stop in toronto.
unfortunately,
they had to shoot the concert during two days of non-stop rain. but the
weather
didn't seem to affect the musicians, nor the crowd's enthusiasm.
fortunately for the film's editor, there won't be any problems splicing in
footage
of sheryl crow's performance. although separate footage was shot of her
performance in pittsburgh, it was conveniently raining there too.
camera crews from vh1 have been criss-crossing the country with the lilith
fair
all summer long. they are filming the festival from all angles for another
full-length documentary on the event. look for vh1's feature presentation
on the
entire 1997 lilith fair in the near future.

i can't wait to see it!!!!


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http://www.coil.com/~heathera/index.htm (boring home page)
http://www.coil.com/~heathera/faq.htm  (babstalk faq)
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subject:      re: ig vh-1...and my personal dilemma

you wrote:
>to make a long story short, after it was over i felt like i had to
explain to my parents
>why they are so great and spiritual- and why i love them so much.  have
any of you >ever felt that way?

yes, all the time! i constantly get taunted and teased by my brother and
sister about listening to them--they claim i'm "obsessed", and since it's
not what they consider "cool music" they don't see why i bother to listen
to them--especially as much as i do. and then my parents don't like the
fact that they're gay (which they found out by way of my darling
siblings' blunt announcement--"mom, she's listening to a lesbian
group!")--not that they exactly disapprove of my listening to their
music, but i think the fact that they are gay kind of overshadows
everything else about them in my parents' eyes.

i've tried to explain what makes ig so special and so wonderful, and why
i always listen to them. (it's so hard to do....i don't think words are
enough to describe it.) my brother and sister don't listen to me when i
try and tell them (once they hear the words "indigo girls" come out of my
mouth they sort of tend to ignore me), and lots of others just don't
understand. it's so frustrating to me--when i like something so much i
just can't understand why other people don't like it, too.

kristina :o)

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just wanted to say by for now- i'm leaving for school tomorrow so i have
to sign off for a little while.  i had a great time talking with you
all!  thanks for all the info and updates!  i know i'll be back!
        power to the people!!!
        -alison-

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>>> pam myers-morgan <mnoelm@aol.com> 08/25/97 06:58pm >>>
in a message dated 97-08-25 04:41:11 edt, erica writes:

<< i just finished watching the tape i made of hard rock live.(luckily my
vcr
taped the whole thing, and no one in my family shut off the vcr cause i
taped
a huge sign to the tv). anyway, what i was wondering if anyone caught
what
amy said off to the side during scooter boys. >>

i think she said, "turn my voice down.  down!!!"  and it must have
worked,
because the next time she went to the mike, it was down! i've watched
that
bit 6 times making copies for people, so i'm pretty sure those were her
words.  did anybody else get something different?  actually, amy
seemed to be
monitering the sound pretty closely.  i saw her look into the wings 3 or 4
times as though she was communicating with sound.  hmmmm....

pam
+++++++++++++++++++++++
we're standing at opposite poles
equal partners in a mystery.  es
+++++++++++++++++++++++
..................................................................................
i thought ar said to turn her guitar down or just to turn it down pointing
to her guitar, but maybe you're right about the vocals....
back to the drawing board - and time to watch my vh1 tape (commercial
free!) - again!!!!!
wooooooooeee is meeeee.......!!!!!!!!
i have to stare at amy & emily for another half hour or
soo.......booohooo......or maybe a couple of half hours......

maybe when i see her at marist show, i'll just have to ask her, you know-
after the show when we have a few drinks and chat about things and i
tell them they need a second drummer (me) or percussionist to play some
bongos...and then she'll show me her new tattoo.....
which of course, at this point, i would faint and fall to the
ground like a rag doll!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
<being pinched>
ouch!!!!!!!
"why did you wake me up!!!!"


thanks for listening to chapter a & verse e in my = ignamonious
ramblings...... 8)
mkc

"it's only life afterall..."-es

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erica wrote:
>what i was wondering if anyone caught what amy said off to the side during
>scooter boys.

and the pam wrote:
>i think she said, "turn my voice down.  down!!!"  and it must have worked,
>because the next time she went to the mike, it was down! i've watched
>that bit 6 times making copies for people, so i'm pretty sure those were her
>words.

and then michael wrote:
>i thought ar said to turn her guitar down or just to turn it down pointing
>to her guitar, but maybe you're right about the vocals....

to which i say:
i finally watched the show last night (i forgot to set the cable box to the
right channel on sunday and taped whatever was on abc instead - duh!) and i
am convinced amy said: "damn, hasn't emily put on a little weight? damn!"
as i said, i'm convinced :)

deb

don't flame, it's my b-day and i'm entitled to be the first to read the
comics, the first to pick between licking the beaters or the bowl, and the
only one allowed to make silly remarks on this list today. besides, an
opening was there and i felt an obligation to go with it :)

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>at 12:09 am 8/23/97 -0400, marival danielson wrote:
>>okay the question is...in acoustic guitar emily (i think) said that they
>>had to tour all year befor they could begin to work on the acoustic stuff
>>for the new album...so does this mean they will be booking more dates
>>beyond the hte dates?  i know that as of today none of those dates exist,
>>but i was just wondering if anyone could verify that they will keep
>>touring through the end of this year, or just stop at the end of october.

and then deb wrote:

>they've said they'll do a high school tour after hte.

i know at one point they said they were having problems with the logistics
of the high school tour, so i still hope the can pull it off.

also, the valdosta state date on oct 18th isn't part of the hte tour, so i
expect to see more club and theater dates to be announced (all of which
will be within a 150 mile range of milwaukee ;) also, both amy and emily
have said in interviews that they are planning to visit sherlyn down under
in australia in early '98. thank goodness because she's been downright
ornery since last seeing them during the demo tour. and emily recently said
that something special with lots of surprises is being planned for the
spring so we should stay tuned for that.


deb

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if you don't read anything, at least jot down our new address!!!!!!

sorry we kept you waiting on this latest issue of chunk, the official
newsletter of monsterbit media (austin, tx). we took the dog days to the
race trackand you can bet we've got a winning fall line up. in this issue:

******************************
monsterbit's new digs
honor the earth tour-sept. 6th
daemon sale ends 12pm august 31st
news on netcasting
******************************
***************************
the big move: monsterbit's new digs
***************************
starting september 1, monsterbit will have new headquarters. we will be
moving to a spacious downtown suite. we thought downtown needed another
information technology compadre. none the less, the move means more
bandwidth (thanks to real/time communications)...and more parking tickets
(courtesy of the city of austin)...than we ever dreamed of having!

please note our new phone number and address:

monsterbit media                        512.494.1112 vox
800 brazos st., suite 450               512.494.1113 fax
austin, tx 78701                        hello@monsterbit.com

until then you should call 512.443.6080 vox and 512.440.0810 fax!

******************************
honor the earth tour: starting september 6
******************************
the 1997 honor the earth tour will kick off on september 6 in montreal,
featuring the indigo girls. and monsterbit will be there right along side,
broadcasting the tour and press conferences via the internet!

since 1993, indigo girls have spearheaded this annual fundraiser for the
honor the earth campaign and this year monsterbit will be on the road with
hte bringing live internet broadcasts every day. for details, consult
monsterbit.com/live.html or the honor the earth web site
at honorearth.com. the new 1997 hte www site complete with new photos, the
tour dates, and the new issues campaign will be unveiled on sept. 1st!!!!!!

these broadcasts will not only bring a song a night to www.honorearth.com.
they will also feature speeches from activist winona laduke, as well as
environmental
education and action updates from the campaign. we plan to broadcast the
most current, in-depth, and on-going information about the state of
environmental struggles on native lands. by both educating and
entertaining, we seek to raise the awareness of those viewers at home and
encourage ways they can help.

all summer long monsterbit has brought live internet  coverage of the many
honor the earth conferences including the indigenous women's network
meeting in june and the indigenous environmental network's conference a
couple weeks ago in montana. being "on-tour" is our most ambitious project
yet, and we are excited to facilitate this continuous broadcast.

so from september 6th through october 2nd, stay tuned to
monsterbit.com/live.html for a complete schedule of broadcast events. for
more information about the campaign, look at honorearth.com. and watch for
a new honor the earth web site in the coming weeks!

******************************
daemon records august close-out
******************************
(this is to be read in your best tv-crazy-eddie voice):

for those of you who haven't ordered yet, there are still a few days left
in the big big sale at the daemon records web site, monsterbit.com/daemon,
going on until august 31.  it's "out with the old and in with the new" at
daemon, and they have /slashed/ (and boy do we mean /slashed/) the prices
on such catalog classics as the ellen james society, gerard mchugh,
michelle malone, the new mongrels and other big daemon *stars*.

cds, lps, cassettes, videos: everything must go! there's only a few days
left, so order now! visa, mastercard, amex, discover, check, money order --
we're even accepting doubloons! get 'em while they last. only at
monsterbit.com/daemon.

(whew)

***********************************
upcoming broadcasts-ye old mb media
***********************************
despite the departure of our production manager, christopher levy (who we
wish well with clickhear productions in san diego, ca.), things are pretty
much the same around ol mb media...the only thing that's changed is the name
please note that we have consolidated our netcasting efforts and www site on:

                         monsterbit.com/live.html

why you ask? well, were listening to your feedback...it was kind of
confusing there for a while and we're just trying to make it easier. as you
can see, things have been moving fast here at mb media! we've produced a
whole bunch of shows in our short year of existence...and we have many more
to come!

monsterbit.com is proud to bring the live music capital of the world....to
the world!

upcoming shows:

brainwash: butthole surfer king coffey's 24-7 internet radio station has
just been updated with three (count 'em - 3) new playlists. tune in any
time at monsterbit.com/brainwash starting september 1st.

texas summer music fest: the border's books summer concert series has its
final broadcast this saturday, august 30, featuring michael martin murphey,
ray wylie hubbard, and troy campbell. tune in saturday at 3 p.m. (cdt) at
monsterbit.com/live.html.

escucharte: monsterbit's weekly friday feature schedule for the coming
weeks is as follows:

aug 29          heavy johnson trio      candyass records
sept 5          reversing hour          daemon records
sept 12         honor 1                 daemon records
sept 19         difference engine       bedazzled records
sept 26         cheer accident          pravda records
oct 3           the adults              moksha records
oct 10          an april march          bedazzled records

tune in every friday from 3 to 5 p.m. (cdt) at monsterbit.com/live.html

honor the earth tour: as we said in the first story, we will be
broadcasting the honor the earth tour featuring the indigo girls all day
everyday from september 6 to october 2 at monsterbit.com/live.html. tune in
anytime for the latest on the campaign and the tour!

other upcoming shows:
jerry garcia fest
dead voices on air (@the lab in chicago)
ana egge
michelle malone
...and many more!

* * * * * * * * * * * * *

thankee mucho!

mellie

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monsterbit is moving!!!!!!
as of september 1st, please note our new phone number and address:

monsterbit media                |       512.494.1112 vox
800 brazos st., suite 450       |       512.494.1113 fax
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okay!!!!

so the boot is shades of indigo.  thanks for all of your help, folks.
now, please stop writing to tell me that it's shades of indigo.....

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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date:         tue, 26 aug 1997 08:27:38 edt
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from:         derek duncan <dlmsduncan@juno.com>
subject:      re: daemon records august sale
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>i am interested in ordering, but i have been wondering, is the $2
>shipping
>charge per item or for everything?  'cause i was thinking of getting a
>lot
>of stuff and i'm just wondering what you were charged.
>
>thanks,
>garian
>
>

$2 per order, no matter how much you order (within us).  they ship via
special 4th class of the postal service.   a really good deal if you
consider what other places charge for shipping.

i thought i would cc the list here, just so others who are wondering
would also know.

--derek

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date:         tue, 26 aug 1997 09:19:49 -0400
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is the list down or did everybody sleep in this morning and went out
galavanting last night??????

because what if the list is down!!?!?!??!!!!

what to do??? what to do?!!?!?!?  ahhhhhhh!!!!!!!!
<panic>
<bead of sweat falls over my brow>

i can't go on without my list!!!!!!!!

[settle down beavis.....hehehe....]
just wondering....mkc

"give me hope, give me hope,
that emptiness brings fullness..."
- amy ray

(she's obviously talking about when the list is down.  remember the vh1
sb problem, "what happens if the list is down, down i said!!!")

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subject:      summer bootlegs (again)

hey everyone...
ok so i have been searching and searching, does anyone have any of the summer
or spring shows they would be willing to trade ???  i am especially looking
for the mann music center 5-30-97 and the few shows after that.   also does
anybody have any of the shows where lift opened up and happen to have their
set on tape too ??? i have a bunch to trade and would be eternally
grateful...

peace
sasha

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subject:      hkf tabs and chords?

hi all!
i think this has been posted long ago. but, i wanted to know if anyone on the
list had the chords and/or tab to "hey kind friend."  much appreciated :-)

marci

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subj:    my request
date:    97-08-26 09:06:58 edt
from:    hippiefunk
to:      marci513

hi there,

i wanted to know if anyone on the list had the chords and/or tab to "kind
friend"

thanx
dave

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subject:      new name

hi everyone!  just thought i'd let you know that this is still
me...originally known as mgluck2653.

8-)
marci

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date:         tue, 26 aug 1997 10:25:46 -0400
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from:         "cheri l. carter" <ccigfan@aol.com>
subject:      appalachian state/boone

hey people,
sorry for posting this again, but i still haven't seen my first attempt and
time is running real short.  i'm looking for anyone who is going to buy tix
for this ig show.  the tix go on sale wed. (tomorrow) at 10am for walkups
only!  i'm road tripping from atl. with my friend lisa so we need a meager 2
tix.  this show is one week after my bd and i really want to go ( a little
present to myself).  i'll make it worth anyone's while, particularly any of
you poor app. state students out there.  please email me asap.  thanks!
cheri

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hi all,

since there's been so much interest in michelle malone lately (and
rightfully so) i though i'd post a link to her updated tour info.


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

hopefully she'll be coming back to boston soon too!!!

~lynda

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from:         "j. k." <kshucks@juno.com>
subject:      indigo girls *real* commercial!
x-to:         igboston@palin.mit.edu

hey y'all!

        you wouldn't believe this!...i'm cleaning up the house and look,
on tv, abc, during a break of the rosie o'donnell show, around 10:35am
(eastern u.s. time) i see a freakin' commercial of the indigo
girls!?!?!?!?!?...i couldn't believe it!...i just sat there...it was
probably 10 seconds (or seemed like it)...had the girls walking around a
bit and ended with "buy the whole collection"...they're telling
us?...<smile>...wow!...if only a blank had been in my vcr, i could have
recorded it!...anyone else see this?...wow, i've never seen an indigo
girls commercial!...have y'all?...

and now i go back to reading, not posting...@=d

~~~activism~~~equality~~~~peace~~~~
jenny korn
__kshucks@juno.com__
thailand~alabama~boston
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subject:      i am back
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after a long summer i am back and have email access and 13,000 mails!!!!
this summer kind of sucked except of the fact that i was in the dyke
march in nyc and i picked food for people who need it.
i also got into the cocteau twins. anyone who is familiar with them
should drop me a letter. peace.

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hello all,

        sorry to waste space here but i was wondering if anyone
else has not received list mail in a day or two.  if anyone can help
let me know.

thanks,
cindy

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blockbuster video plays this video on a tape of videos they have.  i saw
it for the first time the other night.  this is st. louis but since good
ol' blockbuster is a massive chain, i'll bet the one near you is playing
it too... go check it out. yah. woohoo. go blockbuster.
tricia- who is counting the hours until she gets to go back
to chicago.

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there is also the "blood and fire" boot, which i had once...

which is the whole opening sets (i think) from both nights.

-larissa

>
> the indigo girlies opened a couple of shows for the dead in oregon in 1993.
> someone asked if that ig set was booted (i think).. yes, there is a boot of
> their performance.  no, they do not play with the dead.  yes, i have a boot
> of this.
>
> you might have this boot too.  it's on the "history of us" boot...tracks
> 2-9.  emily (or was it amy...) says something about being grateful to be
> able to open for the dead...

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subject:      (nigc) to whom it may concern....  paula cole
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              jorge <chosen1@mindspring.com>,
              "kimm, rain priestess of the jungle" <raintori@aol.com>,
              jen my puppy dog <coolnimrod@aol.com>,
              "chad, who likes to throw toilet brushes" <mustang@bridge.net>,
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paula cole will be on david letterman tomorrow night

love
faerie kisses
heather

i could be a witch.  why not?  i married a fairy.

tony kushner
perestroika

my feel for you boy is decaying in front of me
like the carrion of a murdered prey
and all i want is to save you honey
or the strength to walk away

carrion
fiona apple

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on tue, 26 aug 1997, marci gluck wrote:

> hi all!
> i think this has been posted long ago. but, i wanted to know if anyone on the
> list had the chords and/or tab to "hey kind friend."  much appreciated :-)

yep, here they are (transcribed by joe hamilton).

------------------------------------------------------------------
amy plays the verse like so (i got to see it at the sonic session):

e-----------------------------------------------------
b-----------------------------------------------------
g-----------------------------------------------------
d-----2-----2-----4-----4-----0-----0------2-----2----
a--0-----0-----0-----0------------------0-----0-------
e--------------------------3-----2--------------------

>
>
> chords:   a     002220
>           g     320033
>           d9    000230
>           e     022100
>
> note:  this song is kind of finger picked starting on a, moving to  g
> (only the first 4 strings) back to a.   requires some playing arond, but i
> think this is the general idea. it sounds 'empty' without emily's part,
> though.
>
>
> ---------------3----------------------------3----------
> 0------------------2-----------0-----------------2----
> ----2-----------------0-----------2-----------------0---
> -------2-----------------0-----------2-------------------0--
> ----------2------------------------------2----------------
> ---------------------------------------------------------
>
>


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subject:      re: vh1-scooter boys

in a message dated 8/26/97 3:58:18 pm, dreiser@wi.net (deb reiser) wrote:

<<to which i say:
i finally watched the show last night (i forgot to set the cable box to the
right channel on sunday and taped whatever was on abc instead - duh!) and i
am convinced amy said: "damn, hasn't emily put on a little weight? damn!"
as i said, i'm convinced :)

deb

don't flame, it's my b-day and i'm entitled to be the first to read the
comics, the first to pick between licking the beaters or the bowl, and the
only one allowed to make silly remarks on this list today. besides, an
opening was there and i felt an obligation to go with it :)>>

first, having seen them tuesday (c'mon deb, you were there!!!), em looked
grrrrrrrrrrrrreat!

second, everybody ready?????  all together now.....

happy birthday to yooooooooooooooooooooou!!!!!
happy birthday to yooooooooooooooooooooou!!!!!
happy birthday oh, great indigo guru, deeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeb!!!!!
happy birthday toooooooooooooooooooooooooo yooooooooooooooooooooou!!!!!

where's my cake?
dee

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subject:      nigc whatsoever- attn. twink and melissa r.!
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hi everyone, i've got my school address working finally.  sorry for
the nigc.  my sister is taking her time mailing the list of email
addresses i sent her earlier to me and i'm trying to get hold of
twink and melissa r.  so if you all are reading this please write to
me at this address!
thanks and sorry again.
anne

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subject:      scooter boys, boone hte

hey kfs...

for some weird reason, i can't get beyond the second or third message of the
first ig digest i received today.  there were a couple of topics in that digest
that were of interest to me and i would like to read them.  so, if anyone
has a message re:  boone, nc hte show, and  nashville lilith fair that
were posted sometime later last night or early this morning, could you
please forward me a copy?  muchos gracias in advance! :-d

second,  regarding what amy said during scooter boys (hard rock live), i
couldn't help but think she was maybe yelling for the sound person to turn
*emily's* guitar down, given how overpowering it was when she lit into her
solo.

and lastly, not to sound snippy and bitchy and all that, but it just seems
to me that maybe the hte/appy state organizers had a reason for boone, nc hte
tickets going on sale to students on wednesday and to "others" on thursday...
like, maybe they want students to have first dibs on the tickets?
boone is in the heart of the blue
ridge mountains and students probably have to travel a few hours in any
direction to see a really awesome concert.  they *ought* to have first dibs,
and there ought to be a limit on how many each student can buy, just as there
usually is with regular concert tickets...the reason being that with regular
concert tickets, scalpers will buy up gobs of tickets.  same goes for
school concerts where students are enticed by non-students to buy up concert
tickets (which, incidentally, are sold at a lower price...but that's not the
issue, as the main goal is to get a head start on the general public, to whom
tickets are to be sold on thursday.  i'm buying my tickets on thursday.

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date:         tue, 26 aug 1997 16:52:53 -0700
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subject:      nigc michelle malone contact info
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lurker dropping in here. does anyone know a contact address for michelle
malone (label, management, etc.)? i just got telemarketed from someone
asking if i had received promo info about her new album. when i asked the
person how she got my name, the phone went click. very weird and, quite
frankly, a little unsettling for me. i would like to write to someone
concerning this, but don't know who. since there has been so much talk of
mm lately, i thouht i'd ask here.

apologies for the nigc. please respond privately.

cheers,
allison
edgy@linkline.com

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just wanted to introduce myself as new to this list. i am excited to find
it so active.  i just signed on yesterday and already my mailbox is flooded
with messages.

background: i have some connections in the music industry - and get
insiders tips all the time for web/music/event things.  i just signed up
for two new music newsletters that are rad! i would suggest them to all of
you (juicy stuff on all music artists - of course including igs, music
artist web happenings, announcements, tour dates, set lists, etc....)

if interested here's the url. you can register for both newsletters (or
just one) at the same place.


http://www2.music.sony.com/musicdb/join

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subject:      va tech show info

igs at va tech....


ig's will be playing burrus hall 9/20/97

tentative ticket prices are $16.00 students
                            $20.00 non-students

tickets will go on sale sept 8th

ig's will be performing, just them, with a opening act of someone
they don't know who yet.

as the students are just coming back to school the decision on how to
sell the tickets has not been made yet.  most times, they just open
it up to all on the day that ticket sales start, but for dave
matthews last year, the student comittee decided to open the first
day of sales to students only , then threw it open to all the next
day.  when the decision has been made it will be added to the phone
recording at number

1-800-843-0332 for after hours and during working hours whomever
answers the phone will know.

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hey folks,

yes, the list was down.  yes, it's back again.  sorry
for the inconvenience, and thanks for your patience!
just so you know, all messages sent to the list and
all commands sent to listserv are placed in a queue,
to be processed as soon as the listserv is restarted.
so no information is actually lost, just delayed.

if you have any problems with your list subscription,
or if you suspect the list may be down, you can mail
jude and i at indigo-girls-request@netspace.org.  the
only catch is, the above address doesn't actually work
if the list is down, because it's listserv-supported.
so, if you think the list is down you can also mail
me directly at sherlyn@fl.net.au and ask me about it.

deb reiser (happy birthday deb dear co-wife :) said:
> will be within a 150 mile range of milwaukee ;) also, both amy and emily
> have said in interviews that they are planning to visit sherlyn down under
> in australia in early '98. thank goodness because she's been downright
> ornery since last seeing them during the demo tour. and emily recently said

dammit deb, stop calling me ornery!  you don't want me
to get cranky now, do you? :)

okey-doke, that's it for now i think.  welcome back
everyone,
sherlyn
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with their stumbling and their mumbling and their calling out,
just like me..."               - dar williams

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subject:      nff 96 boot of soy

just listening to soy on the nff 96 boot and does amy sing "go down to the
riverside and take off my clothes" instead of shoes on this boot or what?
wonder why that was changed (or have we discussed this ad nauseum?)... i
really like the duelin' electric guitars on this boot - makes me wish they'd
have kept the banyo off the record.

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subject:      ig record never perf in concert

what about "the girl w/the weight of the world in her hands" ?

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hey matt,

        did you forget about my ig and sarah m. boots from the
charlotte lilith that we were going to trade.  i know you must have
received my tape weeks ago.  if there is a problem please let
me know.
thanks,
cindy

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i must say if the girls are trying to become more popular they're not
trying very hard. i have yet to see a single of theirs off of sots. oh well.
ben

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subject:      my day at lilith/vancouver (kinda long)

thanks to the folks who gave me all the advice about thunderbird stadium in
vancouver--my sis and i got there early (like at 10:30 am), parked the car,
hung out, found a bathroom, got in line.  we were not in front.  we were
about 200 folks back from the front. the very front of the line was held down
by some ig fans from seattle (they got profiled on the news later that
night).

it rained.  so, it's the pacific northwest, and that's what it does here.  i
went down to one of the little stages and listened to the billy tipton
memorial saxophone quartet, and noticed that there was someone next to me
really getting into the music.  i noticed that it was none other than sara
lee who was dancing to billy tipton, and trying to keep her all-access pass
tucked inside her jacket.  i smiled, she smiled and that was that.

i loved mary jane lamond (she did some great celtic music), and paula cole.


the folks at the record place said that the girls would be signing stuff at
7:30, but, it turned out that they showed up, unannounced much earlier in the
evening.  damn.  no indigo autographs for moi.

however,  shawn colvin did, in fact, show up to sign stuff, so i got to meet
her, got my shirt signed.  she was so gracious and fun to talk to.  i was
blithering on about how i had first seen her years ago in seattle, loved her
music, blah, blah, blah--then i stopped and said " i know that everyone tells
you that stuff, but your music is so great!"  she nodded and said that yeah,
everyone says that, but (and she smiled real big here) "it's still great to
hear it!"

the girls, of course, were in top form.  i'll let someone who was closer give
the fashion report.  the clouds opened and it really started to dump rain
while the girls were on, but no one seemed to mind.  there seemed to be a lot
of emotion in the place during the girls' set and during sarah mclachlan's
set.  it was the last night for lilith, and the energy was really there.

the set list, please:

shed your skin -- i don't know why, but i was surprised that they opened with
this.  >we're the indigo girls< said amy.

get out the map

tried to be true
shame on you
power of two    (>a little ditty< said emily)
scooter boys
galileo

acadian driftwood     (an old band song that they did with sarah mclachlan,
lisa loeb, and shawn colvin--this was a high point of the set.  this was
clearly sarah the hometown girl's night--she got a huge roar from the crowd
when amy introduced her for this song.

the water is wide        (w/shawn colvin, sarah mclachlan--a truly beautiful
rendition---i've been trying to imagine jewel singing this with them and
can't, but hey, what do i know?

closer to fine -- with everyone. lisa loeb knew her verse by heart. it was
great.  i think that the girls are tremendously generous with their stage
time--and clearly it's fun for them and everyone else.  i'm guessing that it
felt like summer camp for the performers and i found it fun to watch all of
them enjoy being together.  i guess it's that feeling of community that this
tour seems to have created, and i don't care what rolling stone thinks of
this tour, so there! (there's a kind of nasty, sour grapes sounding article
in the current issue)

i loved this concert.  i would have liked more time from all the artists, but
then it would have needed to start in the am.  one part i didn't like (and
this is what i hate at every show i attend) are those *fans*who feel
compelled to crash the line, shove to the front, ask if the seat next to me
is really saved (yes, it's my sister's, she's in some god-forsaken bathroom
line and boy is she gonna be pissed if she comes back and finds your sorry
ass in it!).  sorry folks, if you want to sit where i'm sitting, get there
earlier. if you want to be in the front, get there when those brave
seattleites did.  if you can't, then go to the end of the line where you
belong, and stay there.  the other part i didn't care for was that it took a
really really really long time for folks to get in. the venue security folks
need to do things differently next time.  i also don't care for people who
spend all this $$ for concert tickets and then talk through the whole
concert.  this goes out to the bozo who sat in front of me.

people stayed for sarah's set.  she's their girl (actually a lot of us in the
pacific nw claim her!), it was her idea and her night to close.  she played a
great set.  even more rain for part of sarah's set, but people stayed put.
she brought everyone back out for an encore of big yellow taxi.  lots of
hugs at the end of the song--it's like they didn't want to leave.  it finally
stopped raining.

oh, one last thing.  at the seattle shows in july, they ran out of those $25
green *shaming of the sun* hats, so i ordered one from the fan club for $17,
'cuz i figured that taking my chances in vancouver would be unwise.  well,
folks, there's a new hat.  no sots hats in sight ('cept for the one on my
head), but!  there was this really cool blue tweed hat w/indigo girls on the
front--only the o in indigo is actually the sun.  very cool.  oh, and the
back?  it says *summer 1998*--that's right, folks.  *summer 1998*   so,
either it's for next year's tour, or it's a big mistake.  i bought it anyway.

so, i loved the show--can't wait for lilith '98.

any reports from folks down in front?

ann

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i just thought i'd say something about the soy video..i've seen it once,
too bad the vcr wasn't hooked up..but like i thought, it wasn't on
muchmusic or musiqueplus, it was on cmt (as in country music
television)...and i've only seen it once...
  amanda rae
?are we talking fashion?
http://members.tripod.com/~dykeland3/sara/

> i must say if the girls are trying to become more popular they're not
> trying very hard. i have yet to see a single of theirs off of sots. oh well.
> ben

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i've read of people purchasing items from the fan club.  could someone
please e-mail me this address?  thanks.

also, i'm looking for size small tee from this summer's (or spring) tour
with a "naked" lady and deer on the front and indigo girls nineteenninety
seven on the back.  i'd be willing to pay or work something out.  please
private mail me.  thanks.

faye.

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subject:      nigc - sarah mclachlan

i just saw a sarah mclachlan video on mtv, she is amazing.  just
curious..............is she out????


betsy

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to have the things that mean the most
not to mean the things i miss --emily saliers

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down by the river i got a tape that has the girls doing this song least i
tihnk thats the title if its one of theirs i dont recognize it some of the
lyrics are as follows
down by the river someone shot my baby
she could drag me over the rainbow

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subject:      re: who originally sang

the girls did do a cover of the neil young song "down by the river".  i am
assuming that is is the same song.

jaime

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just thought i'd let you all fortunate ones know that vh1's hard rock
on the 30th @ 5pm and the 31 @ 8pm will have paula cole and kd lang...

....why can't canadians just have all american cable?
   amanda rae

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subject:      a wee little igc: wendy bucklew (friend of ig)

a plug for a great musical artist from atlanta.....

>from lorene machado, wendy's manager......

>just a quickie this time to update everyone on wendy bucklew's upcoming
>musical excursions.  there are new dates here along with some, er,
corrected
>addresses, and we hope to see you out there:

>august 28, 1997: the whole shabang, 1400 webster st, alameda ca, 8:30pm,
510
>864 2264
>august 30, 1997: bumbershoot festival, seattle wa -- 5:15-6:30, music
box stage
>august 31, 1997: cosmos, 1333 franklin, bellingham wa -- 9pm, (360)
671-4487
>september 2, 1997: tractor tavern, 5213 ballard ave nw, seattle wa --
8:30pm
>september 3, 1997: cafe lena, portland or
>september 4, 1997: sam bonds, eugene or -- 9pm
>september 5, 1997: the whole shabang, 1400 webster st, alameda ca --
8:30pm
>september 8, 1997: jack's sugar shack, hollywood ca -- part of nas
showcase
>september 12, 1997: daily grind, ventura ca
>october 7, 1997: strings, emeryville ca

y'all, go see wendy!!!!   because of lorene's e-mail to me with
these dates a while back, i got to see wendy in phoenix when i was
vacationing there two weeks ago.  what a great opportunity!  heaven sent,

it was!  this venue was small (as are probably all the venues above).
it was a hole in the wall devoted to folk music called fiddler's dream.
no owners.  just a board of directors who run the non-profit organization

on cover charges (only $5 for wendy's concert), donations, refreshment
sales, and volunteerism.  this is what folk music is all about!
(intimacy,
sharing, connecting with the listeners, making the music accessible to
all, being raw and unadultered by too much sensationalism and over-
production.)  beats the hell out of too much commercialism and focus
on money money money!  (heck, it really beats the hell out of 24,000
seat venues and $40 tickets too!)  anyway, wendy was awesome.
she did two sets in two hours and all the best songs off her three
releases.
there were only about 30 people at the concert.  no shit!  it was one of
the
best concerts i saw this year because of its intimacy.  i got to sit
smack
in front of wendy with no one in front of me....only about 10 feet away.

(the place is only slightly bigger than my living room!)  she was so
charismatic.
and she's an awesome guitar player....not to mention singer/songwriter.
she broke about four strings, two at once during her instrumental,
and we all had to wait as her assistant/guitar tech/etc. lisa changed her

strings.  wendy would break into a capella song, recite a poem, or just
talk
to us as we waited.  from this great experience, i can almost get the
feeling
of what it was like to be there for a&e's early careers in small venues
and
watch them rise.  if wendy bucklew's music gets around enough, she will
certainly have lots of success, hopefully following in the footsteps of
ig.
now is the time to see her in concert!  don't miss out!  ok, i'll get
off my soapbox now.

check out wendy if you haven't heard her music yet.  she's got three
releases....

rage in the ring (1990; tape only, so far)
painting sidewalks (1994)
asleep in the swing (1996)

wendy's recordings are available at her concerts, through her management,

machado entertainment in la, or maybe through rdr.  at any rate, the best
thing to do, if you can't catch a show, is e-mail her manager lorene at
lorene@flylive.com and check into availability of the cds/tape.  lorene
will
tell you where to send the check and how much it is.

happy listening!
lisa

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mariavee@aol.com wrote:
>
> what about "the girl w/the weight of the world in her hands" ?
>
they have performed this one, it's on a kansas city boot i have, 1989.
tricia

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from:         jan monforton <jmonfort@vannet.k12.wa.us>
subject:      bunch of stuff, all igc
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oh, the late night boredom is setting in. i thought i'd make a few random
announcements/requests. first of all i still have a sots flat available
(lmd21@aol.com, do you still want to trade? and marivel@umich.edu i'm
waiting for you to send you address so i can get your flat in the mail),
possibly two. i also have several copies of pulse. i'm dying to get rid
of them. i'm looking for some boots (or rather hoping that these shows
were booted) and i hope someone out there can tell me where to find them.
first, did anyone boot the july 18 red rocks show - it was so incredible,
i want to relive it over and over again. second, is there a boot of the
6/3/95 portland, oregon, hte concert (possibly with the opening set from
sarah m. too)? thanks to anyone who can help. and finally, just 'cuz i'm
really bored, i'll give one of those sots stickers to the first four
people who email me (just have to send a sase). now i must disconnect
myself from the computer and get some sleep...school registration tomorrow.
all things indigo.
-sam (indigo guru of the metro washington park zoo)

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date:         wed, 27 aug 1997 00:28:35 -0500
reply-to:     "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
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from:         "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
subject:      vh-1 and hard rock live - no more ig only

hey y'all,

i missed sunday's hard rock live because i
don't have cable and my friend who does my
recording for me was out of town.  i missed
monday's repeat too.  so, i figured i could
get either saturday's 8/30 5 p.m. show or sunday's
8/31 1 a.m. show recorded.  these times were
given to us by deb.  anyway, i went to www.vh1.com
to confirm these times.  oops!  i missed my ig!
it seems that the saturday and sunday hard
rock live repeats are not of the ig/rusted root
show, as we previously thought.  rather, vh-1 has
got some "women first" thingy going and is
doing a hard rock live in the spirit of that.  so
if anyone is setting their vcrs with the hope of
getting ig/rusted root on saturday or sunday,
you will record the following show instead:

- chaka khan "i'm every woman" and "tell me
something good"
- cyndi lauper "time after time"
- paula cole "where have all the cowboys gone?"
- k.d. lang "the joker" and "the air that we breathe"
- i.g. "shame on you"
- shawn colvin "sunny came home"
- jewel "you were meant for me"

so, it seems there will be a bit of ig (one song),
but all is not lost because this sounds like a great
line-up to me.  i suppose this is a compilation
episode of past shows.  it is worth recording, imho.

now, since i have missed the ig/rusted root
hard rock live episode, can someone please
make me a copy of theirs and trade me for it?
i can also just send a blank video tape if that
is more convenient.  please e-mail me
privately.  thanks!

lisa
lschreihart@juno.com

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date:         tue, 26 aug 1997 22:29:41 -0700
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hi y'all!

ann wrote:
>acadian driftwood     (an old band song that they did with sarah mclachlan,
>lisa loeb, and shawn colvin--this was a high point of the set.  this was
>clearly sarah the hometown girl's night--she got a huge roar from the crowd
>when amy introduced her for this song.)(<-- i threw in a closing parenthesis!)

this is one of my favorite songs of all time!  makes me wish i had a 28.8
modem to hear it!  was anybody able to tape it?  i've several great shows to
offer in trade.  thanks!
dave
"set my compass north, i got winter in my blood"

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reply-to:     jeanette lynn <reposa@scf-fs.usc.edu>
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from:         jeanette lynn <reposa@scf-fs.usc.edu>
subject:      re: bunch of stuff, all igc
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am i one of the first four people to email you?? id love a
sticker....where do i send the sase if i am one of the four?? thanks so
much!!!

                          inspired by insanity,
                                jeanette


                              we own nothing
                              nothing is ours
                                   emily sailers
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on tue, 26 aug 1997, jan monforton wrote:

> oh, the late night boredom is setting in. i thought i'd make a few random
> announcements/requests. first of all i still have a sots flat available
> (lmd21@aol.com, do you still want to trade? and marivel@umich.edu i'm
> waiting for you to send you address so i can get your flat in the mail),
> possibly two. i also have several copies of pulse. i'm dying to get rid
> of them. i'm looking for some boots (or rather hoping that these shows
> were booted) and i hope someone out there can tell me where to find them.
> first, did anyone boot the july 18 red rocks show - it was so incredible,
> i want to relive it over and over again. second, is there a boot of the
> 6/3/95 portland, oregon, hte concert (possibly with the opening set from
> sarah m. too)? thanks to anyone who can help. and finally, just 'cuz i'm
> really bored, i'll give one of those sots stickers to the first four
> people who email me (just have to send a sase). now i must disconnect
> myself from the computer and get some sleep...school registration tomorrow.
> all things indigo.
> -sam (indigo guru of the metro washington park zoo)
>
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here's a bit of a review/our subjective personal experience from the
front (mostly).  vancouver lilith was great for the most part.  we were
up front, about 3 feet from the baricade, behind betsy and sundara and
some other seattlites.  twas a good place to be til the crowd to the
right of us started moshing to shaun colvin (huh ??) causing surges
toward the baricade, and that was a bit bizarre.  it was great seeing the
performers from so close, though.  paula cole was wild and wonderful.
what a performer, what moves she did with her music.  had the same urge
after seeing her as we did after seeing the ig live for the first time --
go buy that music, fast.  the ig were great.  why did the drunk guy
choose pot as the time to start harrassing us?  sue almost lost it.   a
woman stepped in and said she would be a buffer, thanks whoever you were.
sorry that meant he peeed on your feet instead of ours.  the ig did seem
to have the best time, and were generous in their sing-alongs.  had a few
moments of panic with the mash of people during ig.  two people got
passed over the baricade where we were, due to not being able to handle
the mash.  at the end of ig one of our group was able to go over the
baricade to get out.  we had to push our way out through the masses as we
were scared by the sarah surge that followed ig. didn't think we could
handle it, as there had already been some hairy scary moments with the
crowd.  sarah did ask people in front if they were ok and not getting
squished too much.  we saw her set from the back of the stadium, and it
was cool to be able to see the lights for her show from a distance.
would have loved to be closer for byt at the encore, but we had binocs
and saw enough.  jewel joined in for this as she had on ctf.

the venue itself was great.  brought our own food, and water, and bought
only the cool ig hat!  sue has been wanting an ig hat for years.  not
sure if we would go to lilith again, but would definitely stay back from
the mash if we did.  still are drying out from it all.

sue and kathy

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hey y'all (or as they say up north "how ya doin then, eh?")--

wow-- where to start. i made friends with some women from vancouver &
went to lf with them. we got there early, so we got great positions in
front of the main stage.
i snuck my recorder in & have boots of lisa loeb, paula cole (who is
very hot live, btw), shawn colvin, our beloved ig, & vancouver's beloved
sarah mclachlan. i haven't listened to them all yet, just a little bit
of each to check for sound quality (which, much to my delight is really
good, imho). i have a feeling that people will want some of these &
being new to these parts i'm not sure how to go about setting up a tape
tree, tho there's probably something in the faq about it.

anyhooo-- my review...
yes, it rained, & drizzled, & stopped, & drizzled, & rained, & stopped,
& poured, & ...
the only performer i noticed walking around amongst the 20,000+ soaked
hoi polloi was sarah's husband, ash. (and only because someone i was
with pointed him out). since the weather was so lousy, i kind of doubt
any of the singers were out in the muck.

i saw oh susanna - liked her alot, good guitar player, nice voice,
vaguely political. if you ever see that she's playing near you - check
her out.
i also liked the other smaller stage performers i saw-- with one
noteworthy exception. my apologies to any of her fans-- but i hated abra
moore. she can't sing, her lyrics were juvenile, & i got a headache
listening to her (actually took tylenol during her set & walked away to
get food).

silly me - i never heard that the performers would be at the record
booth til after the main stage had started. so, i decided to skip it &
just try to get some decent tapes.

main stage:
i was impressed with lisa loeb. i was never really much of a fan until i
saw her here. she also seems like a sweet & genuine soul. before she
came out there were problems with people closest to the stage standing,
while the rest of us were still sitting, that people began yelling &
chanting "sit down! sit down!" so lisa talked to the crowd and
eventually asked the ones standing to sit. and they did! she was very
cool. shawn colvin came out to do one song with her.

after lisa loeb's set, everyone stood up to stretch their legs,
bathroom, etc, because mary jane lamond played on the second stage,
which was set up right next to the main stage (stage right side - or amy
side for you non-theatre types). anyway, after that it was standing room
only as people who got there later shoved and pushed their way to the
front (or as close as it was possible to get). basically, situation
normal for every general admission-no seats venue concert i have ever
attended. sardine city.

sorry, i don't have set lists-- but i had enough problems trying to
change tapes & keep my recorder dry in the rain.  :o)

next was paula cole, whoa! she was wearing a skintight, mini, black,
stretch-lace dress with a flesh colored liner and black leggings/tights.
at one point during her set she thanked the crowd for being so great.  i
believe that someone yelled back "thank you for wearing that dress!" - i
haven't listened to the tape yet, but i believe that the voice (female)
will probably be very loud because she was very close to the mic...so
close that... okay... it was me. ;o)  paula was a wild woman on stage.
she strutted her stuff & posed & the crowd loved it & she just got even
more into it.

next was shawn colvin, who, contrary to recent colvinwear sightings was
wearing a nice, black, mini-dress & black tights. she looked great &
sounded great. i love shawn & have a t-shirt she signed for me the last
time she played at the beacon in nyc feb. 27, '97. i think she had a
hard act to follow after paula cole's intensity. so, the crowd didn't
really get into her mellower music until "sunny", then everyone sang
along.

then the girls came out. i feel silly-- but i can't even remember what
they were wearing. it was hard trying *not* to sing along, but i really
wanted to get a decent boot. especially, after i got the recorder turned
on late after they got on stage & was still fumbling with the mic when
they started the first song - because the sky opened up & it started to
pour before they started & i was trying to change tapes in the dark in
the pouring rain & desperately trying to keep it all dry. sorry, enough
excuses. i've actually just started listening to the tape as i write
this. amy started by saying "we're the indigo girls & this is the billy
tipton memorial quartet."  after they finished their first song, shed
your skin, amy said "i'm sorry you guys are getting wet!"  ;o)  god,
it's embarrassing listening to your own voice. unfortunately, during
emily's "this is a love song, a little ditty" - ("power of two") there
were idiot f__cking morons near me who insisted on talking thru the
whole song, f_ck them! more f__cking morons during amy's rant during
"scooter boys". though truth be told, i did my fair share of f__cking
moron talking [tho not during crucial moments :o) ] "acadian driftwood"
with a&e, lisa, shawn & sarah was sweet & appropriate for the place &
venue. "the water is wide" harmony with shawn, sarah, a&e was beautiful
- tho marred a couple of times by talkers. oh, man "closer to fine" got
cut off during emily's first verse when the tape changed sides (right
before "darkness has..." & picked up during sarah's verse "i sailed my
ship to [sic] safety til i sank it" -- damn, damn, damn. well, as
humbling & humiliating as it is to admit it - my ig boot is probably
about average, as ig boots go  :o(  although the sound quality is good &
you can't tell that it's pouring rain during their whole set. c'est la
vie. my memory of it tho was wonderful. what i thought was especially
great was amy's huge smile & obvious delight-- every time sarah started
to sing & when she first came on stage during ig's set - the vancouver
crowd went nuts.

sarah, hometown girl, by way of halifax, was sweet & lovely & gracious &
grateful for the crowd's reception & appeciation. she did a nice mix of
old songs & new ones. she is always great live & i think she really
responded *her* crowd.
then, as expected, everyone came on stage for "big yellow taxi".
afterward - hugs among the performers. and then it was over.

then the hard part started, 20,000 wet people trying to get to a few
narrow staircases to the stands & finally to the exits - not a fun way
to end such a great (tho damp) evening.

i will add one addendum without mentioning any specifics which might be
erroneously taken to be a violation of faq code 4.2.7 (ig privacy)

i had a close encounter with emily! she was on my plane, which seemed to
be full of middle aged & elderly folks. i'm sure i was the only one who
recognized her. anyway, she got on after i was already seated. i was so
surprised to see her that i didn't say anything when she went by with
her guitar carry-on. apparently the overheads near her seat were full,
so she had to come forward again to find a bin for her guitar - the
flight attendant found space. this time when she walked by i said, "you
were great last night." she was gracious and said, "thanks, it's too bad
that was the last one. goin' home." then she went down the isle to her
seat. i managed to resist all manner of temptation by never walking by
her seat, waiting to see her again after we got off the plane, or
waiting to see her at baggage claim. i totally left her alone after that
one little verbal exchange. i'm sure she expected me to bother her again
at some point. i just hope she appreciated, even a little bit, the
tremendous amount of self control it took for me not to see her again
during and after the flight.

please no one try to tell me that i am evil & have violated the faq.
i will shred to pieces anyone who does.
i make no apologies for including my personal encounter with emily.
to me it was a wonderful cherry on top of the whipped cream (no puns
intended or should be inferred) of my sundae of my vancouver lilith fair
sunday.

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            upon them, and recited in simple verse."
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date:         wed, 27 aug 1997 02:31:54 -0400
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from:         lisa arthur <lisalisaa@aol.com>
subject:      re: down by the river

hello all. i have an answer and a question.

mark wrote:
>>down by the river i got a tape that has the girls doing this song least i
tihnk thats the title if its one of theirs i dont recognize it some of the
lyrics are as follows
down by the river someone shot my baby
she could drag me over the rainbow<<

it's a neil young song.

question: is the ig's version of  that everbody get together song that they
did as a benefit for habitat on a cd or video that one could purchase?

also, anna hildago -- i think that's your name. you sent me an email awhile
back that was a really intelligent discussion of emily's lyrics  and i lost
it before i could write you back -- what's your email address.

thanks.

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date:         wed, 27 aug 1997 08:39:40 est
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subject:      boot request

     i am looking for some kind soul who would like to dub "tuesday's
     children" and "color me gray" for me in exchange for a blank
     cassette(s) and a sase.

     if you are willing to do so, please e-mail me privately.

     thanks,
     bethany

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betsy dennis wrote:

> i just saw a sarah mclachlan video on mtv, she is amazing.  just
> curious..............is she out????

ummm,  she's married to her guitarist (or drummer).  though i guess she
could be a switch-hitter.

btw, whoever said sheryl crow has the sexiest mouth in music, hasn't
seen the video for "building a mystery."

sorry for the way nigc!


scott

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date:         wed, 27 aug 1997 06:52:16 -0700
reply-to:     jan monforton <jmonfort@vannet.k12.wa.us>
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sorry folks, any of you who still wanted a sticker, i've gotten more than
enough requests already. those of you who already wrote to me, i don't
have time to answer you this morning...sorry to keep you waiting...but
i'll get to it this afternoon. perhaps i'll be able to offer a few more
later.
-sam

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the song is down by the river  and is a song by neil young. i believe
it's off his album "everybody knows this is nowhere", but i am not
certain. if you are unfamiliar with neil young check out some of his
material (ebktin, live rust, harvest, harvest moon, decade... are good
starting points). amy ray must like him because at most of the concerts
i have been to she sings a neil young song..

peace,

dan perkins
austin, texas


"at the end of this tunnel of guilt and shame, there must be a light of
some kind.... i want a light of some kind"
             -ani difranco

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>from:  mark anthony donajkowski [smtp:madonajk@alpha.delta.edu]
>sent:  tuesday, august 26, 1997 10:54 pm
>subject:       who originally sang
>
>down by the river i got a tape that has the girls doing this song least i
>tihnk thats the title if its one of theirs i dont recognize it some of the
>lyrics are as follows
>down by the river someone shot my baby
>she could drag me over the rainbow

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date:         wed, 27 aug 1997 07:17:44 -0700
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just writing to say that i am signing off the list today, but will have
this account until noon on 8/29, which is my last day at work.  i intend to
sign back on when i have a computer at home (god only knows when that will
be...;), or if my new employer gives me an account (fingers crossed).  it
will be painful to be without email and i'm not looking forward to it:(

have a great remaining summer (ours in the pnw is over as anyone who went
to lilith fair can confirm).

betsy

...............................................................
and it's alright if i feel afraid
my plans in pieces, my plans mislaid
it's the will of the way
the will of the way
the will of the only way that could have brought me here today
and it's alright.

e. saliers
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date:         wed, 27 aug 1997 09:16:50 -0500
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since every one else does this, then i figured i would too.

she is not a folk singer, she is not a rock-n-roll singer.  she can't be classified as country, but she's not really alternative either. she is mary cutrufello from houston, tx. (via ct, a harvard grad). she is the first black female artist to put country lyrics with a rock-n-roll/alternative guitar sound, although she does have some pure downright country songs. she played in nashville last night in front of a crowd of about 50-75 at 12th & porter and gave those nashvillians something to chew on.

i was turned on to mary in 1996 by a friend and he convinced me to go see her in dallas and i was hooked.  she rocks!!!  she plays all her own electric guitar riffs and writes most, if not all of her own songs.  i was blown away again!!  her cd is not available through stores but you can write to her at pridesworn@aol.com and she will let you know how to get it and she can also send you her tour dates. if she comes to your area, i would definitely recommend checking out mary if you want to experience some "tear in my beer" good ole country/rock. you go mary!!
thanks,

serena kundysek
serena@crystalogic.com

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date:         wed, 27 aug 1997 07:35:05 -0700
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from:         ann m labeck <aml@scn.org>
subject:      re sarah mclachlan/nigc

betsy asked:

>i just saw a sarah mclachlan video on mtv, she is amazing.  just
>curious..............is she out????

she's married to her drummer, ashwin sood.

ann

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date:         wed, 27 aug 1997 12:11:28 -0700
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mel wrote:
> i will add one addendum without mentioning any specifics which might be
> erroneously taken to be a violation of faq code 4.2.7 (ig privacy)
>
> i had a close encounter with emily! she was on my plane, which seemed to
> be full of middle aged & elderly folks. i'm sure i was the only one who
> recognized her. anyway, she got on after i was already seated. i was so
> surprised to see her that i didn't say anything when she went by with
> her guitar carry-on. apparently the overheads near her seat were full,
> so she had to come forward again to find a bin for her guitar - the
> flight attendant found space. this time when she walked by i said, "you
> were great last night." she was gracious and said, "thanks, it's too bad
> that was the last one. goin' home." then she went down the isle to her
> seat. i managed to resist all manner of temptation by never walking by
> her seat, waiting to see her again after we got off the plane, or
> waiting to see her at baggage claim. i totally left her alone after that
> one little verbal exchange. i'm sure she expected me to bother her again
> at some point. i just hope she appreciated, even a little bit, the
> tremendous amount of self control it took for me not to see her again
> during and after the flight.
>

okay, now about this faq code (: i'm not flaming, just asking..i
understand that following someone home or disturbing someone or just
plain being annoying and in the way of a or e would be moronic and
pathetic...but i don't see how paying a nice compliment to a prrson
would ever be in vioaltion of their privacy!(: and i think no matter
what the code says, the list usually welcomes hearing the
*sightings/encounters*
just the way we ppl are...
   amanda rae
i'm thinking this has no point...
  oh, i am making a lilith fair compilation recording from off the net..
so far prrty good..most of paula's set (did anyone else lose sound for
her last song and a half?) most of shawn's, all of ig's and sarah's.
some of lisa's some of tara's and some of dayna's..
sorry no abra, i couldn't stand it either...

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date:         wed, 27 aug 1997 14:43:30 -0400
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subject:      in the weeds *chords* (nigc)

this is what i've come up with so far. if it's different, tell me,
because i don't think it's exactly right. = )  -liz-


in the weeds (michelle malone, velvel records 1997)

e------------------------------------------------------------
b----------1/0-----------------1/0-----------------1--0
g-----------------0---------------------0------------------
d------------------------------------------------------------
a------2--------------------2--------------------3--------
e--0-------------------3--------------------3-------------

continue this until:

d9 (000230)
my desire to survive is second
                             c
to my desire to be loved by you

                         d9
let me take you to the water's edge

show you how beautiful you are

          c
in the reflection of these tears

the reflection of these years

   g       d          c
if i can stay alive
  g        d          c
if i can stay alive
d9                                      c
i could be somebody to my ___?___

this is all i've got so far. if anyone has any more to add, or if someone
could send the lyrics to me, i'd appreciate it! thanks..

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

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date:         wed, 27 aug 1997 15:05:27 -0400
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subject:      bye guys!

hello fellow indiefans!
    i am sorry to depart but it's time for me to get back to my studies.  i
am in school again and i can't be coming online for a while.  thanks for all
the wonderful information and comments and everything!  take care!!

kira
crandigo1@aol.com

"leaving ain't fair you know, parting ain't just, people got to move on
people got to do what they must"  ig!

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date:         wed, 27 aug 1997 15:50:41 -0400
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yep thats what she said alright. and damn if she didn't look hot gettin all
mad about it. whoooh! what a face she can make. made me scared to be her
crew.

michelle

in a message dated 97-08-26 20:31:51 edt, mnoelm@aol.com (pam myers-morgan)
writes:

<<
i think she said, "turn my voice down.  down!!!"  and it must have worked,
because the next time she went to the mike, it was down! i've watched that
bit 6 times making copies for people, so i'm pretty sure those were her
words.  did anybody else get something different?  actually, amy seemed to
be
monitering the sound pretty closely.  i saw her look into the wings 3 or 4
times as though she was communicating with sound.  hmmmm.... >>

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i had to respond to this cause we had a funny story in relation to that
tshirt.

the second night of the tour here in austin, texas, i saw a girl wearing that
tshirt walking around. we had never ever seen it before. so after my g/f sat
down, i went up to her and asked her where she got it. she said it was from
their acoustic tour. i asked how much she paid for it. she told me $25.00.
so, i said i have to have it. what would i have to do to buy it off you? she
said, what are you serious? i said yea, my g/f will have to have it. her mom
was with her and her mom was kinda looking at me funny, but was kinda nodding
like go ahead. so she said ok $25.00. i said can you come show my g/f? she
laughed and said sure. so i brought her to my g/fs seat and said look!!! she
freaked out and was like oh my god. she thought i was just showing her not
planning to strip the poor girl of her clothing. after about 10 minutes of
arguing with my g/f about taking the shirt right off the girls back, my g/f
said fine, if she's willing, then buy it from her. the girl came back over
and chelle pulled out a $50 and a $20. she told the girl we'll have to go get
change. we turned around and the line was long and the show was about to
start, so the girl said just give me a $20. that was fine with her. so,
(here's ya'lls anticipation building part....) she put on the new tour shirt
she had bought, and slipped the old one out of the sleeves. and we were the
proud owners of the shirt.

there's my story for the day.

in a message dated 97-08-26 22:27:26 edt, indigo@ncia.net writes:

<<
i've read of people purchasing items from the fan club.  could someone
please e-mail me this address?  thanks.

also, i'm looking for size small tee from this summer's (or spring) tour
with a "naked" lady and deer on the front and indigo girls nineteenninety
seven on the back.  i'd be willing to pay or work something out.  please
private mail me.  thanks.
  >>

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subject:      austin bonnie raitt??

i heard yesterday that bonnie raitt is coming to austin and ig are playing
with her and others. is this a vicious rumor? or true? anyone have details.

michelle

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hey everyone,
   i'm a three year i.g. fan (hey, i'm only 18) who
just found out about this list.  is there any very,
very kind person out there who would be willing to
help me start a bootleg collection by dubbing "color
me grey", "tuesday's children", and any of the other
basics for the cost of blank tapes and shipping?  i
would be eternally grateful.  oh, and does anyone have
the cd "an acoustic evening with the allman brothers
and indigo girls" or know if it's available anywhere?
i guess they no longer make it, but it sounds really
good.  thanks!
                    stephanie

stephanie lynne merhar
university of virginia
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"nobody gets a lifetime rehearsal, as specks of dust we're
universal" -emily saliers

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well, i have now listened to all of the boots i made in vancouver. for
those interested-- my highly personal and subjective opinions & reviews:

i discussed ig in my original post re: wed 27 aug 1:48 -0400: vancouver
lf & boots- very long. the gist of it was that it was okay, but not as
good as i had hoped (basically because of talkers).

the sarah boot is the best one. the vancouver crowd was appropriately
respectful of their sarah, so there was very little talking. actually,
it was nearly impossible to talk because the audio sound level during
her set was *extremely* loud.

shawn, poor shawn, i'm so sorry that it sounds like everyone around me
was talking almost non-stop during your set. the music sound level is
really good-- as it is on all the boots-- the differences are the
relative amount & loudness of the *peoplenoize*. and shawn's tape has
the most *peoplenoize*.

i am embarrassed and humbled by having to admit that i personally did
more talking, & permitted the friends i was with to do more talking,
than i ever have before, at a concert which i was actively trying to
tape. :o(

paula's tape is pretty good, there's more noise during her first few
songs-- before she got people to really start paying attention. then the
crowd seemed to do less talking.

now, the bad news. <ugh> there is *no* lisa loeb boot. she was supposed
to be on tape 1, side a & paula on side b. well, paula is on side b, but
side a is completely blank. the only thing i can think of is that i
royally f__cked up & didn't push the record button hard enough (even tho
i always looked to make sure that the led said "rec"). or else i somehow
bumped the panel while putting the recorder in the bag (to keep it dry).
whatever, i messed up, and i'm sorry to anyone who specifically wanted
lisa loeb.

i mentioned in the previous post that i checked each tape just to listen
for sound quality. sarah, ig, & shawn each had their own 90 min tape,
because i figured they would play 45 min. ig & sarah went a little over
& shawn played about 40, as did paula (& lisa too). late sunday night i
only checked side b of tape 1. not that it would have made a difference
at that point-- i just wouldn't have told the list that i had lisa. this
is just a very long winded apology for perhaps getting someone's hopes
up unnecessarily.

so, that's my subjective review of my vancouver boots.
basically-- as i mentioned before, the sound quality is actually quite
good on the music side of the equation. the other side of that equation
(which i previously referred to as "idiot f__cking morons" - and i now
must include myself in that group - aka: talkers) is the changing
variable.

btw-- to anyone who attended the show or has read & has access to a
published review. i noticed that someone else posted that jewel was
onstage for ctf & big yellow taxi-- i was fairly close to the stage & i
don't remember seeing jewel up there-- just dayna manning, tara maclean,
mary jane lamond, abra moore, & susanna(oh). if anyone knows for sure
that jewel was there i'd love to see something about it-- if accessible
on the web. thanks.
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            make stripped of the colors which music puts
            upon them, and recited in simple verse."
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test

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hey!

....being a big neil fan and an even bigger ig fan, i was just
wondering if anyone noticed that there seems to be a
connection between the two.....

when i 1st saw ig live in '89 they were opening up for neil....
they (and others eg k.hall/m.malone) seem to always squeeze
a neil homage in their performances...whether it's a song
(down by the river/southern man/others) or a t-shirt
(mm's 'tonight's the night' t) or just a neil-type rhythm,
riff or sound........
.....is this because they're just fans of his? or did he do
something special by letting ig open for him? or am i
way off here???

:) eric


...i'm wondering if they're just fans

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hey all,
i'm trying to find out if there is an indigo girls store.  supposedly it
has stuff like candles, sheets, etc, etc.  i've heard this mentioned a
few times in passing from other people, but if it actually existed i
think i would have heard more about it by now.  anyway, i know if it
does exist, someone one here will know about it.  i'm not talking about
rdr or the flying biscuit either.  for those of you who are atlantans,
some one said it was in virginia highlands near little five or
something, but they weren't sure.
thanks,
david

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date:         wed, 27 aug 1997 21:01:39 -0400
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hello all,

pardon the nigc, but we are wondering if anyone has heard from the infamous susan b. marine lately? last word, she had just returned from montreal. we thought she was heading down to atlanta next, but haven't heard a peep. we fear her address is kaput.

thanks for your assistance!

peace,

susan & jocelyn

ps - badass, if you get this, give us a call. we want to see you when you get to town. we know where they sell hoop cheese. ;-)

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date:         wed, 27 aug 1997 21:36:55 -0400
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subject:      emily's gf

hi everyone,

can someone please tell me who emily's gf is???

has amy had any romances recently? if so, who??

deeann

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joan of arc.....


michael stipe.....


daniel qualye.....


candice bergman.....


(the flight attendent she secretly has a crush on...)


anotherwords..............
get a life
we don't talk about that
mike r.

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just got the 1994 self-titled release of disappear fear. wow! i can't
leave it out of the cd player. the phil ochs classic "is there anybody
here", and sonia's own "be the one" just do a job on your heartstrings.
actually, so does the rest of the album. check it out.
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in the early 50's.

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about a year ago, i kept catching the end of some kind of a promo for a
movie that had a lady playing a guitar and singing something about a
"secretive life". i didn't know who she was but wanted to find out more
about her because i really liked what i was hearing. anyway, i never saw
the beginning of the clip and never saw anything about a movie called
"secretive life". the other night, "harriet the spy" was on hbo or
showtime and i watched it and lo & behold, ..... at the absolute end of
the movie, ... while the credits are rolling, ... jill sobule sings
"secretive life". i had to order the soundtrack cd :) does anyone have a
copy of the promo by any chance?
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>....being a big neil fan and an even bigger ig fan, i was just
>wondering if anyone noticed that there seems to be a
>connection between the two.....
<snipsnip>
>.....is this because they're just fans of his? or did he do
>something special by letting ig open for him? or am i
>way off here???

don't know much about it, but amy did say in some interview this year that
"decade" was one of her desert island discs.  was it rolling stone...?

heather

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hi y'all. i am looking for info on a couple things. one being: does anyone
have a copy of the july 97 red rocks/denver, co concerts? and also the
crimson&clover cover ig did with joan jett? anyone with these or any info,
pleas e-mail me privately, thanks y'all. karen
kt14017

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hi all!

forgive me if this is merely a rerun that i missed the first time, but i
just saw a countdown of the top 10 female artists' videos on vh1's route
97 which was shot in camden, nj during the lilith fair show.  this show
didn't include ig but in between some of the videos there are some clips
from the performances, as well as couple of very slow interviews with
fiona apple, joan osborne and a great moment where sarah m. begins to gag
when the interviewer notes alannis morisett's 14 million albums sold.  i
wonder what *that* means!  actually i'm not really wondering too much
'cause she did just about the same thing in response to mariah carey's
hefty record sales. it reminded me of something amy might do.  so there's
the only bit igc here for you all.  sorry if i'm just repeating old
info...

take care,
marivel

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date:         thu, 28 aug 1997 05:41:03 -0400
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subject:      re: the neil young connection (long)

i dont know if he gave them some kind of big time break or anything, but i do
know they sure sound like huge fans in the little notes they wrote about each
track on 1200 curfews.

about down by the river:

amy wrote: "alienation, humanity, beautiful and suffering. flannery o'connor
captured it and so does neil young. this is one of my favorite songs of all
time. it makes me want to jump off a cliff into oblivion..."

(god, she's so intense. and she reads flannery, too. you gotta love it.)

emily wrote: "neil young rules. some songs - you can't explain their power.
we would probably jam on this song all night if we didn't have a curfew."

i think they also might have played a benefit concert he does out on the west
coast, called the bridge something or other, to raise money for autism, which
i believe one and maybe two of his kids have. i could be wrong about them
playing that, but i vaguely recall reading that in rolling stone, back when i
used to read rolling stone. anybody else know?

a lot of post-neil's-heyday rockers pay homage to the man -- pearl jam, etc.
-- because not only is he a musical visionary -- he was doing grunge in the
70s and is regarded as the godfather of it -- but he continually re-invented
himself, and he really never sold out, releasing experimental totally out of
character records that flopped at the cash register for the most part such as
neil young and the shocking pinks -- kinda rockabilly -- and a weird techno
album called trans. he battled his record company a lot for creative freedom,
and i think at one point they got into some legal hassles because the record
company said he was making albums (yes, they were albums back then :) showing
my age.) they deemed "not marketable." i recently heard or read an emily
interview somewhere, and she talked about their record company and how they
don't pressure them now, but how one time they asked them to put a certain
cover on an album so it'd be more marketable. she said "we got so mad, they
never asked us  again." neil young would like that.

if you haven't checked out neil yet, you might like to. if you dig the amy
sound more -- especially the touch me fall/shaming of the sun amy -- check
out some of his albums by neil young and crazy horse. live rust would be
good.

if you are more an emily fan check out harvest moon -- a later release -- or
harvest  or after the gold rush, which features "only love can break your
heart," the one song in the world i would most like to see the indigo girls
cover. (amy on lead vocal, but emily doing a verse or two also) if you like
that stuff and want more at an economical price, get decade, a three disc
retrospective, which includes hurricane, my second choice for a girls cover,
very amyesque, so she'd have to sing lead again. or for a real bargain
sampler, try neil young unplugged.

sorry to be so windy, but neil is right up there with the girls on my
turntable, and he really does rule!

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okay.

the bridge school benefit is a yearly event that i have attended the last
several years. it's always at shorline ampitheatre, in mountainview, ca.
the benefit, well....benefits the bridge school, which is a very special
school for very special kids. these are kids who's needs cannot or will not
be met by the state's educational system, so mr.young and his wife started
their own school (good for them, damnit!). one of their kids has (unless i
am horribly mistaken) cerebral palsy. the school is located in the bay
area, and is non-profit. so every year they hold this concert, and they put
kids from the school, parents and teachers in the best seats in the
house......right on the stage, just behind the performers. it's kind of the
concert to see and be seen at in the bay area's elite circles, not to
mention usually one hell of a concert. my most memorable attendance (here
comes that igc i promised you) was in 1994. a friend and i had recieved two
tickets as a gift from a school mate at the prestigious*rolling eyes* san
joiquin delta junior college, because our friend's room mate had crashed
her car attempting to drive them home, and then the room mates b/f crashed
his car on his way to pick her up from the hospital. so the tickets were
clearly cursed, but we didn't care. that evening's bill was ministry, pete
droge, mazzy star (i swear to amy that hope sandoval sniffed her pits
onstage, honest to emily, i am not lying), pearl jam, tom petty, indigo
girls, and of course, neil young. i had a really cool bracelet that was a
black leather thong with red, orange, yellow beads, then a silver bead,
then green, blue purple. very cool, very pretty, and i decided that one of
the ig really needed to have it. i tried to get close enough to toss it
onstage, but was stopped by a security guy. when i asked what he would do
if i just ignored him, he kind of sized me up for a second and then told me
that they didn't pay him enough to stop me. so up i went, took aim, and let
it fly. another security guy tried to grab it out of the air, but it sailed
just inches from his fingertips. i was victorious over the evil security
man! after an amazing set, emily walked over, picked it up and put it in
her pocket. i was entirely jazzed, as you can imagine. i spent just about
the rest of the concert trying to get backstage, so a&e could autograph my
jacket, but alas, a roadie came out specifically to tell me that they had
already gone back to the hotel. my friend and i left, disheartened, but
still buzzed from the concert. well, we got into a huge wreck on the way
home, and i temporarily lost the use of my right leg as the result of my
truck doing barrel rolls down a 75 foot embankment at upwards of 75 mph.
don't worry, i'm okay now. *smile*  the strange thing is, a strange girl at
the concert told me that making an offering of my bracelet to a&e, was good
karma, and some kind of blessing. i blew her off, but she was right. the
sherriff's officer that responded to our wreck was the twin brother of a
city police officer in my hometown whom i am quite close to. the ambulance
driver had tickets to the concert, but couldn't attend because almost
everyone else had called in sick.the elderly woman that stopped to call 911
and help us worked in the same office building as my uncle......the odd
coincidences were just too many to count. so there. i have told you about
the bridge school, a cool indigo moment, and the oddest thing to ever
happen to me, all in one shot. kinda cool, huh?

krista d. paul
a.k.a.  stoka

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hi everyone
i'm back on the list finally (formally lori brinkman of lorbrink@iaw.com)
and i'm pretty happy.
did the digest version format change a little?
does anyone have lillth boots to trade?
thanks!
lori


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                                            rem

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hey everyone,

i just realised that the week is up, which means that it's now
officially "crazy game week".  yeah. :)

of course, that doesn't mean that you can't all still talk about
"strange fire" if you feel like it, especially since we had that
little interruption with the list downtime.  in fact if someone
could explain to me in plain english just what that bible
passage with the strange fire reference meant, i'd be a much
more enlightened soul i'm sure.

but anyway, let me start the ball rolling with "crazy game":

i like this song, i really do.  i don't think it's exactly the
deepest thing emily ever wrote, but it's catchy and it's nice
and it's warm and fuzzy.  i also like the way amy waves her
hands around when she's singing without a guitar.  call me
superficial, but that's part of the reason why i like "crazy
game". :)  anyway.  i'm sure there are people out there with
much more meaningful takes on the song than this...

signing off, too tired to be coherent -
sherlyn
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= sherlyn koo - sherlyn@fl.net.au =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
"and the road leads us on, and we sing out this song -
'let's move forward, ever forward, in the heaven of it all,
let's move forward, ever forward, in the heaven of it all...'"
                                 - karen pernick

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hi out there...i'm new to the list (just signed up on monday) but have
really been enjoying watching/listening to the rest of you.  what an
interesting bunch "we" are. i recently saw ig at lilith in milwaukee and
would dearly love to acquire a tape of the show, if anyone has one.
please email me privately if you do...  that show was among
the most memorable concert experiences of my life.  nothing like an
intimate little sing-a-long with 20,000 of your closest friends, all of
whom appear to know every word to every ig song.
it's so nice to have found this comfortable place to kick back with
others of similar mind - and btw i've really enjoyed the neil young
discussions as i'm a fan of his from all the waaaay back - i date myself
here - to the days of the release of  after the gold rush.
he has, by the way, two children with cerebral palsy, for those who care
to know such things.
once again, greetings to you all from the upper midwest, where the
maples are already starting to turn...

nic danger, third eye


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subject:      my apologies

alright, alright!  i'm sorry for asking about emily's gf!!  won't happen
again.

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this isn't really an interp of the song, but it does pretain to cg, so i
thought i'd mention it during its run as song of the week.
when i first heard the song (i think it was when i saw live at the uptown
for the first time) i was positive it was a cover and some other performer
had written it. it sounded incredibly familiar, and i kept thinking it had
been some jazz (or similar genre) hit from a long time ago. i can't think
where i'd ever have heard crazy game before in my life, seeing as it's not a
very mainstream song, even for ig, but i swore i had.
when i played it for my dad, he had the same reaction and this is a man who
didn't even recognize closer to fine or galileo!
i still haven't figured out what song i'm comparing/confusing cg with, but
it's really odd. just wondering if anyone else had this experience.

:) abigail

"there's been a lot of speculation about what causes homosexuality. so far,
no one seems to know. although, in our family, i was the only one who would
drink strawberry flavored nestle quick."
                    ~bob smith

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     does anyone have an extra one or two tickets to the concert at asu on
     sept. 19th. i finally got through and they are sold out!

     help
     help
     help

     peace
     -kay

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subject:      buffalo

i've got a couple of extra tickets to the ig
show in buffalo if anyone is interested.  if
i remember correctly, they're orchestra 4
(amy's side), row b, aisle.

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if you love women in music, and you're not already familiar with
ladyslipper, give them a call now and request a catalog.  it was a review
in ladyslipper's catalog that convinced me to buy ani difranco's not so
soft years ago!  they also sell many atlanta artists like kristen hall and
michelle malone.  al-around great folks, too.

>from: ladyslipper inc <info@ladyslipper.org>
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>--mahk jchi / ulali  (thr7581  $16.98 cd)

>these recordings are so new they won't be on our web page yet,
>but you can order any of these by calling us at 1-800-634-6044,
>or fax us your order at 1-800-577-7892, and of course by e-mail
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in a message dated 97-08-28 11:17:56 edt, you write:

<< i still haven't figured out what song i'm comparing/confusing cg with, but
it's really odd. just wondering if anyone else had this experience. >>

i got the same feeling from this song when i first heard it, but i thought
maybe i had heard it before and didn't realize it.  that's the only
explaination i could think of because i couldn't  think of another song i
could be confusing it with.

while i'm posting i'd like to say ~ goodbye for now.  i have to re-sign-on
from my school account.  hopefully that won't take too long, i'm going to
miss reading all your mail these next few day.  take care everybody!!

abby

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this song reminds me of something patsy cline might do. i think of her every
time i hear crazy game.


hubie

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re:people feeling like they had heard crazy game before somewhere.
i'll put my 2 in...

crazy game is special to me (& one of my ig favs) because as corny as it
sounds - it was my first *song* with someone (a long time ago now).
anyway *we* were at a party , the lights were low, so i put on crazy
game to repeat a few times... here comes the point of all this...
someone said, "hey, i like cole porter too... but can't we play the rest
of the album?" i told her it wasn't cole porter, but ig, and she
wouldn't believe that emily had written it til i showed her the album
credits and liner notes.
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ani difranco fans take note
tonight (thursday the 28th) ani will be broadcast live, audio and video
over the net go to www.jamtv.net for more info (under virtual venue).
you may need to do a couple of downloads, but trust me, it'll all be
worth it. it starts @ 830 est.
  and sorry if this is old news to the garden..cuz i still ain't gettin
the mail ):
   amanda rae
http://members.tripod.com/~dykeland3/index-circus.html
ps-->i got really wierd mail one night..andy and jason have way too much
time on their hands...

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hey y'all-

just thought i'd let everyone (esp those who have e-mailed me already)
that i'm going to work on my vancouver tapes with the help of a friend &
see if i can make some better masters from my originals to get rid of
some of the extraneous *peoplenoize*. without all the talking i think
they'd be worthy additions to ig fans' boot collections.
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sorry if this has already been posted, but it was new to me:

shawn colvin will be webcast live from the greek theatre, la
sun, aug 31, 4:30 pm (pdt)

log on at: <http://www.plannedparenthood.org>

that's really the address! it must be a benefit for them or something (i
guess).

shawn's web page: <http://www.shawncolvin.com>
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hey kids, mad a lil boo boo (me & urls don't mix!*lol*)
...the real one is
www.jamtv.com (that's .com not .net)
and to go directly to the ani page go here
www.jamtv.com/specials/ani.asp
  sorry!
amanda rae


> >ani difranco fans take note
> >tonight (thursday the 28th) ani will be broadcast live, audio and video
> >over the net go to www.jamtv.net for more info (under virtual venue).
> >you may need to do a couple of downloads, but trust me, it'll all be
> >worth it. it starts @ 830 est.
> >  and sorry if this is old news to the garden..cuz i still ain't gettin
> >the mail ):
> >   amanda rae
> >http://members.tripod.com/~dykeland3/index-circus.html
> >ps-->i got really wierd mail one night..andy and jason have way too much
> >time on their hands...
> >

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question: i've been thinking about purchasing 1200 curfews, but as its
pricetag is hefty and my wallet is not i'm wondering if people could
give me their opinions about it.
also, those who love the water is wide might enjoy listening to james
taylor's version of this song on new moon shine.  it's a fine, fine
version.

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>> and i think at one point they got into some legal hassles because the
>>record
>> company said he was making albums (yes, they were albums back then :)
>>showing
>> my age.) they deemed "not marketable."
>
>
>yep. neil young got sued by his record company for producing albums that the
>record company said didn't sound like neil young.... my thought at the time
>was "have they ever listened to neil young's catalogue?"
>
>if you listen to harvest, neil young and the shocking pinks, trans, reactor,
>after the gold rush, live rust and then harvest moon you start to realize how
>far neil young can stretch his musical creativity.
>
>neil young has long been one of my favorite creative forces and one of the
>things i like most is his ability to explore new avenues of creativity.
>
>peace,
>
>dan perkins
>austin, texas
>
>"at the end of this tunnel of guilt and shame, there must be a light of some
>kind..... i want a light of some kind."
>                                            -- ani difranco
>
>
>

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date:         thu, 28 aug 1997 17:38:28 -0400
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if someone were to ask me - "if you could only keep *one* of your ig
cds, tapes, or albums which would one would you keep?"

easy answer: <1200 curfews>
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            make stripped of the colors which music puts
            upon them, and recited in simple verse."
                - plato

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i can't imagine anyone who likes ig not getting into some neil young!! and
clearly, his rough/mellow influence has flavored a lot of modern music. i
can definitely see a & e rocking when they are his age and it's  a great
thing to think about! you never get old if you are always reinventing
yourself. btw...my screenname at aohell is sinamyngrl :) anyone catch the
reference?

peace, kiezha

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school of theology
the university of the south
'"oh, bother," said pooh.'

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1200c is probably my favorite cd--of everything and everybody--
well...the last part can go without saying, really  :)
but i wouldn't have made it my first purchase,
just because i have to read the words.

whenever i travel with cds, those are the first ones i pack.
i find it a very intimate album...all of the cuts are just so personal.
i love it!

deb

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dr. roberta bondar, astronaut

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> btw...my screenname at aohell is sinamyngrl :) anyone catch the
>reference?

oh yeah, great song!!!

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bumbershoot in seattle is a big 4 day festival - lots of live music on 3
different stages - aug 29- sept 1. music starts around noon and goes
into the evening.

if you have up-to-date realaudio/video you can hear some interesting
music, including: l7, sleater-kinney, sheryl crow, & joan osborne.

it's at - <http://bumbershoot.liveconcerts.com/>

sorry, no ig. even they have to rest sometimes.  :o)
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subject:      ig:the movie (silly igc)

so i was watching the ppv special for the first time today (thank you chris
b.!), and if they ever make a movie of the life story of danielle howle, lili
taylor will definitely play the lead - talk about separated at birth!  i
couldn't believe it!  so it got me thinking, when they make ig: the movie,
who will play a & e?  i actually haven't been able to come up with any good
answers.  okay, i did think of janeane garofolo for amy, but nobody has come
to mind for emily.  this is incredibly silly, but i've been thinking about it
all day.  any ideas?

peace,

pam
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equal partners in a mystery. es
+++++++++++++++++++++++

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hey y'all. i've got one extra ticket for the jacksonville, fl show on the
25th if anyone wants it. row 8, emily side, on the center aisle. pretty
decent seats for the florida theatre actually. if you want it, let me
know.

jendy

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i have been away from my email for most of the last week... my apologies
to those who have written and not yet received a personal reply from me,
but i'm slowly catching up with my email <sigh>.

1.  i receive 200-400 email messages each day, and i cannot give them
     all equal priority... some email i filter to special mail-folders
     to which i have assigned special priority....

     therefore

--> if you send me email re: the berkeley boots, *please* include the
     two words 'berkeley boots' in the subject line so my mail-reader
     will filter your message into my 'berkeley boots' mail-folder...

     these days, i read this folder first!

     yes, spelling counts!  my mail-reader looks for 'berkeley boots'...
     uppercase/lowercase is irrelevant, but spelling must be correct.

2.  all boots i have mailed have included a j-card liner with setlist
     and notes about the show...

     however, all sat shows (05 july) were mailed with a j-card liner
     which is incorrect... it states leeds starts side-2, whereas it
     really *ends* side-1.

     all tapes i mailed *before* this tuesday (26 aug) have an incorrect
     liner for the sat show... all tapes i mailed tuesday or later have
     a corrected liner.

     i have both j-card liners available as bitmap (.bmp) attachments
     and can send it to you via email (this assumes you have software,
     [eg. paintbrush in windows) which can convert bitmap attachments).

--> if you would like a corrected j-card for the sat show, please send
     me email requesting it:

         <jmiller@wdl.lmco.com>

3.  if your branch is unable to make photocopies of the j-card liners
     for your berkeley boot tapes, and you would like me to send you a
     copy of each as an attachment, please send me email requesting them.

4.  i will soon have some branches in canada... this should make it
     easier for those of you living in canada to request copies via
     'blanks and sase'... you will no longer have to arrange special
     payment on your sase for returning tapes across an international
     border... stay tuned for more info.

5.  i have made at least two-dozen complete sets of the two berkeley
     shows, and most have been mailed... more will be mailed tomorrow
     (friday) and this weekend (saturday).

     i have listened to both shows so many times i think i know every
     guitar stroke and every punch line of both shows, yet they still
     give me goosebumps when i listen... a good sign. :)

6.  many thanks to all of you who have written me privately to comment
     on how much you're enjoying these boots... the shows were fantastic,
     and i was lucky to avoid the most common boot problems.

     i know at least 4 other people who booted these shows, and all of us
     had problems of some kind... as those of you who have tried booting
     shows already know, booting can be a very unpredictable and humbling
     experience... every one of us at berkeley experienced one or more of
     the following problems:

       a. noisy fans near us
       b. malfunctioning equipment
       c. tape blanks too short for the whole show
       d. problems anticipating when to turn over the tape
       e. the incredible *heat* during sunday's show, which damaged our
          equipment and/or our tapes
       f. wind blowing against our mic's, causing low rustling sounds
          during some of the quiet passages

     i was lucky that i was able to anticipate/control all but 'f' above.

7.  many many thanks to all those who have volunteered to be branches.

     i know some of you have gotten many requests... for those of you
     who are 'leaves' on this tapetree and are awaiting copies from
     branches, please remember that each complete set of two tapes will
     require your branch to spend four hours of taping time (assuming
     they are *not* using high-speed dubbing)... it is highly unlikely
     a branch can make more than one set-per-day... please be patient.

8.  i will post later an updated tree structure with canadian branches.

john miller  -  who is taking tonight 'off' to see wendy bucklew... yeah!
san jose ca

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ok, a couple of days ago i received a post from mosterbit about hte
beginning here in montreal on 6 september.  i have called the two ticket
locations here, and no one knows anything.  does anyone have a clue?
monsterbit didn't know...
i sent the fan club email, and have yet to receive an answer.
i am at a loss.  any thoughts?

deb

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subject:      re: 1200 curfews

hey everybody.
1200 curfews is one of my favorites.
their songs come so alive.....live.
(does that make sense?)
you must get a copy.

now, i'll intro myself.  i've been just hanging for awhile.
i, of course, think they're amazing, & i iove reading all the stories &
comments.
that's all for now.

btw, if anyone wants to be a doll & get me started with some boots in
exchange for blanks,
i'd be forever grateful!!!

take it easy,
jami

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subject:      boone, nc show

i didn't see anything about it in the last digest i received, but for those
of you who don't know, the boone, nc hte show sold out in minutes.  i hit re-
dial constantly for 25 minutes this morning until the number finally rang
through.  the friendly voice on the other end informed me that that show had
already sold out.  hope someone on this list was lucky enough to get through
this morning before they sold out.

which brings me to my next question:  does anyone know if the blacksburg, va
show is sold out?  if not, could someone who knows the ticket ordering phone
number please e-mail me privately?

peace, and thanks!

joan :-d

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from:         cathley@aol.com
subject:      nigc- things to do in boston

hi. sorry to trouble the list with no girls stuff (as if there weren't enough
of that already) but i figured that since you all like ig if you are probably
pretty darn smart so you would be the folks to ask. a friend and i are
visiting the boston and providence area and we were wondering if there are
any les/gay/bi friendly places/areas to visit. please keep in mind that i am
17 and my friend is18 years of age so we can't get into any bars (or can we?.
. .) any suggestions would be very much appreciated. = )

-catherine
(who once again apologises for the nigc post)

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i think they should get melissa etheridge to play amy and joni
mitchell to play emily....

;)
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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chickensoprano wrote:
>
> i think they should get melissa etheridge to play amy and joni
> mitchell to play emily....
>
> ;)
> 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


and sara lee as herself!

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in a message dated 97-08-28 08:54:50 edt, macleods@spectranet.ca writes:

<< from:        macleods@spectranet.ca (lori and gavin macleod) >>
(formally lori brinkman of lorbrink@iaw.com)

hey hey hey did you think someone wouldn't notice?

congrats on the nuptials, lori & gavin!

peace, harmony, and indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
  ~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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everyone knows it's amy.  <g>

~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*
"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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subject:      valdosta info plea

it's me again - begging for any information about when ig valdosta tix go on
sale or where i can find out?????

anyone????????

bueller????????

peace, harmony, and indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
  ~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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from:         pam myers-morgan <mnoelm@aol.com>
subject:      the view and hard rock live

hey list,

i've been making copies of the view and hard rock live for folks, and am just
about to unhook by vcr's and close up shop for a while.  if anybody still
wants either of these, try to let me know by the weekend, and i'll be happy
to do it, either as a trade of for a blank.

peace and indigo days,

pam
+++++++++++++++++++++++
we're standing at opposite poles
equal partners in a mystery. es
+++++++++++++++++++++++

24 days until honor the earth in columbia, sc!!!!! (but who's counting....!)

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i saw it about a month ago on vh-1, and i thought my eyes were playing
tricks....i was too amazed to press the record button on the vcr, so i feel
now that i lost a once-in-a-lifetime moment, but hopefully not! yea i can see
ig on the top ten countdown.....oh yes, it will happen.....

julie

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