lifeblood: listlogs: 1997-09b


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date:         mon, 8 sep 1997 00:06:05 -0400
reply-to:     lturcotte@star.net
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subject:      hte tour comin' to mpls?

yes, i've searched pollstar and the likes. i am cautious of depending on
"internet" info, so maybe if anyone has any hte tour info if they're
coming to mpls, mn, couldja e it to me? thanks a lot..= )

-liz-

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date:         mon, 8 sep 1997 00:25:04 -0400
reply-to:     iudoremi@aol.com
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from:         carrie cheron <iudoremi@aol.com>
subject:      tix

if anyone has extra tickets for the albany, syracuse, or buffalo shows or any
other shows in upstate ny, please e-mail me privately.  i really need tickets
for a present for my best friend and i didn't call in time.  help me please!!
thanks,
carrie

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date:         mon, 8 sep 1997 00:27:09 -0400
reply-to:     s77777778@aol.com
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from:         s77777778@aol.com
subject:      etc

to chelle2930@aol.com, jmonfort@vannet, ljusko@netexpres,
bf2brland@sprintmail.com, vjt8118@is4.nyu.edu,
kirshner@onestone.elsinore.klevar.net :

please send a two dollar sase to:

deeann
box 95105
durham, nc 27708-5105

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date:         mon, 8 sep 1997 00:22:15 -0400
reply-to:     cathley@aol.com
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from:         cathley@aol.com
subject:      mcc/ani trade
x-to:         guinione@aol.com

hi. your tape is finished and will be in the mail soon. if you could get mine
in the mail soon i would appreciate it. i am leaving tomorrow for 10 months
in spain but my mom is sending me boxes in a week and i have told her to look
for the tape so she can put it in one of the boxes. thanks!!!!!! it was great
trading with you, hopefully we can trade some more when i get back but i have
this feeling i won't be doing much trading in spain. = ( . . . later dude. .
.

-catherine

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date:         mon, 8 sep 1997 14:43:33 +1000
reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
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from:         sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
subject:      admin: all this personal mail...
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hi folks,

could we all please check our message headers before sending
our messages?  private messages should be sent, privately,
to the person they're intended for, not to the entire list.
don't forget to check the cc: header too.

thanks,
sherlyn
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  just like me..."              - dar williams

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date:         sun, 7 sep 1997 23:13:27 -0700
reply-to:     verdi@imap2.asu.edu
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from:         benjamin slavin <verdi@imap2.asu.edu>
subject:      re: undeniable truths
x-to:         j tigger kickliter <ndygotiggr@aol.com>
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i'm there!! i'll quit school, tour with the girls and make indigo swirls
a reality!
ben

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date:         mon, 8 sep 1997 08:16:53 -0400
reply-to:     beth durff <bed1@psu.edu>
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from:         beth durff <bed1@psu.edu>
subject:      ig tickets -- harrisburg show
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i have 2 tickets remaining for the indigo girls concert in harrisburg, pa.
on tuesday, september 16th (8 pm). these are excellent seats... 3rd row,
center section floor, seats 1 and 2. this is a small venue - seating
capacity of 2200 max.  i am selling them at cost - $56 each after
ticketbastard crap charges.  please email me privately if you are interested.

thanks,
beth


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   we arrrrrr...penn state !!!

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date:         mon, 8 sep 1997 09:49:59 -0700
reply-to:     handy2@ids.net
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from:         lisa davis <handy2@ids.net>
subject:      ig tribute to diana?
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hi everyone,
lately i've been thinking how it might be nice if the girls could play a
song at the amherst concert this fri. in memory of princess diana(i could
call out a request as i'm in the front), and the song "the girl with the
weight of the world..." keeps coming to mind; does anyone have opinions
about doing this or a more fitting song to request? also since mother
theresa has died maybe a song in tribute to both as they were each
humanitarians and cared about others although led very different lives.

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date:         mon, 8 sep 1997 09:25:09 -0400
reply-to:     lynda@csg-soft.com
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from:         lynda <lynda@csg-soft.com>
subject:      nigc melissa ferrick boots
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hi all,

sorry to take up space with nigc blah...blah...blah...
but im looking for some melissa ferrick boots if anyone has any.
i've got some good quality ig and lots of michelle malone to trade.

please email me privately
lynda

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

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date:         mon, 8 sep 1997 10:15:08 -0400
reply-to:     "karrie a. bowen" <karrie@ncinter.net>
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from:         "karrie a. bowen" <karrie@ncinter.net>
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i need info on the meet and greet tix for sheas tonight!!!!!!!!!

asap!!!!!!!!!!

thanks-

karrie


ps.  there is no list meet.....sorry!!  :(

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date:         mon, 8 sep 1997 10:53:26 -0400
reply-to:     "karrie a. bowen" <karrie@ncinter.net>
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from:         "karrie a. bowen" <karrie@ncinter.net>
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there will be a gathering of listers in front of sheas on the street at
about 6:30-ish.  please feel free to walk up and say "hi!!!!!!"

this is a no-frills meet.  just a get togehter to say howdy and be pals!

i will be there with bon, my ig partner in crime and great listeer of the
northwest.  i have amy ray type hair and will be wearing a velvety brown
shirt.  bon is a slight red-head.  we will more than likely be chowing
something from mickey d's!  ;)

hope to see all of you there!!!

peace, love , and freaking out because todayis finally here!!!

karrie

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date:         mon, 8 sep 1997 10:50:12 -0400
reply-to:     michael cunningham <nypro.mcunningham@sdps.org>
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from:         michael cunningham <nypro.mcunningham@sdps.org>
subject:      princess di....belated... - .02
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i'm catching up on e-mails, and would like to just say (even though it's a
little late) a few things about the terrible events happening around us...

   first of all, she is not just another person ("human") dying, because
she is such a great humanitarian to so many great causes across the
world...(others have conveyed this).  she was apart of the royal family
and because of this and her being in the public eye, she was able to use
that for extremely great causes.... if an everyday joe supported all of
her causes, it wouldn't be passed on to millions of other supporters out
there that were certainly influenced by her actions.
yes, the royal system seems a little outdated, or against everything
democratic and fair many of us believe in, but it's a system that many of
those in britain enjoy and have enjoyed living in - and it is not such a
constricting or unfair system that many of us view it as.  that is not the
issue, but more on the fact that the princess was fortunate to be apart of
this, and used it for the good of so many great things.

i have talked with many people from the uk, and have seen how deeply
they have all been affected by this tragedy.  not from the news, not from
the papers, but from the people - it makes sense to me that everyone in
britain is in fact losing someone very close to their heart - and losing
someone that they all knew in certain regards.  yes, the press go
overboard everyday in covering "famous" people all over the world, and
they were probably at least somewhat at fault here, but ironically this
press was the same people that brought the extremely touching funeral
proceedings to the entire world as well.

btw, the idea about the ig dedicating a song for the princess is a great
one, but i don't if they would actually do it, or if they feel that deeply for
the loss to publicly say something about it.  but if you have a sign, i'm
sure they would acknowledge it and hopefully say how they feel about it
- or say something about how much of a loss it is...

thanks for listening to my .02 ...
mkc
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
"give me hope, give me hope,
that emptiness brings fullness,
and loss of love brings wholeness to us all."
- ar
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date:         mon, 8 sep 1997 10:50:25 -0400
reply-to:     emaizen@aol.com
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from:         "emily a. izenstein" <emaizen@aol.com>
subject:      boot questions and my new screen name
x-to:         karrie@ncinter.net

hey h'all-

it's me- emily i.  (i've changed my screen name from ems420 to this one.)

i am looking for the following boots:  (if you are interested in trading, i
can send you my list.)

    -tuesday's children"

    - "color me grey"

    - "blue food"

and my versions of:

        -"complicated girls"
                        and
        -"las cruces, nm (8/24/96)

are missing so i'm looking for them too!!!


thanks so much guys- i've missed you!

in faith-

emily
(please reply to: emiizen@aol.com)

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date:         mon, 8 sep 1997 11:15:48 -0400
reply-to:     tm73m@aol.com
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from:         "<tricia marie mcleod>" <tm73m@aol.com>
subject:      help

i wish didn't have to do this, but i am too busy to read all the mail from
the list right now...so, i have to unsubscribe for a little while.  however,
i have been trying too and i can't seem to get it to work.  could someone
please e-mail me and let me know how to unsubscribe.  also, is there anyone
on the list who has the ppv show on tape, and who would be willing to tape it
for me if i send a blank tape.  i don't have anything to trade...but, i would
greatly appreciate some help from a fellow ig follower.
--peace, trish

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date:         mon, 8 sep 1997 10:22:58 -0500
reply-to:     rebecca <2019@verona.k12.wi.us>
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date:         mon, 8 sep 1997 10:29:30 -0500
reply-to:     rebecca <2019@verona.k12.wi.us>
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i would like to have some information on the indigo girls

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date:         mon, 8 sep 1997 14:08:52 -0400
reply-to:     zippyme@aol.com
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from:         "<joan madewell>" <zippyme@aol.com>
subject:      re: (nigc) cheryl wheeler in columbus, oh
x-to:         bf2brland@sprintmail.com

h i all,
      cheryl wheeler is great and well worth the trip to go see.   oh how i
wish i could go and see her.

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date:         mon, 8 sep 1997 15:41:28 -0400
reply-to:     danip@aol.com
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from:         digest dani pardo <danip@aol.com>
subject:      i need new tour dates...

hey all...


i got kicked off the list a week ago because my mailbox was too full, and i
only by chance saw that ig is playing lehigh the 22nd of october. i checked
their epic page and there is no list of that date yet. if there are other
dates that correspond to the lehigh date- in nj, ct, pa, ma or the dc area,
please send them to me. i and three of my crazy friends see as many shows as
we possibly can. thanks in advance for your help....


-dani :)

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date:         mon, 8 sep 1997 16:27:12 -0500
reply-to:     "jennifer n. loesch" <jloesch@usibr01.usi.edu>
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from:         "jennifer n. loesch" <jloesch@usibr01.usi.edu>
subject:      amy ray bio
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i have been off the list for the summer but i remember reading something
about an amy ray bio....can anyone tell me the status of this book.

attn flamers: please do not flame me for having interest in this book. i
already know that's probably wrong for me to buy want to buy this book.

jenn

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date:         mon, 8 sep 1997 18:04:47 -0400
reply-to:     iudoremi@aol.com
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from:         carrie cheron <iudoremi@aol.com>
subject:      binghamton show

ok all!
word in from my best friend at binghamton.  ig will be playing there on
halloween!!!  yup.  i don't know if this is posted yet on any sites so i
thought i would tell y'all and make the searching process a little shorter.
  tickets have no yet gone on sale to my knowledge.  i know they have not
gone on sale yet at the school.
have a fun, cool indigo day,
carrie

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date:         mon, 8 sep 1997 15:22:32 -0700
reply-to:     "teresa c. esguerra" <sac83826@saclink.csus.edu>
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from:         "teresa c. esguerra" <sac83826@saclink.csus.edu>
subject:      hurdy-gurdy
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hallo!
        i've really been aching to get back on this list and start
participating in some serious issues - be them politics or moral dilemmas
or the state of the universe and myself and others as small specs of dust
within it....
        but what has been bothering ever since our beloved new ig disk as
come out?

        what in god's name is a hurdy gurdy!???

        and i apologize beforehand if i'm bringing up an old topic.

the barking dog,
mysteri

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date:         mon, 8 sep 1997 18:35:32 -0400
reply-to:     cheryl <cheryl@discover-net.net>
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from:         cheryl <cheryl@discover-net.net>
subject:      nigc: for kirsten chevalier
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hey--

sorry for the nigc.

kirsten chevalier, could you email me privately?  i tried to mail you about
the pulse magazine offer, and it bounced back to me.

thanks, kirsten.

cheryl
cheryl@discover-net.net

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date:         mon, 8 sep 1997 18:46:17 -0500
reply-to:     mcspiral@concentric.net
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from:         alex <mcspiral@concentric.net>
organization: my house
subject:      re: amy ray bio
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jennifer n. loesch wrote:
>
> i have been off the list for the summer but i remember reading something
> about an amy ray bio....can anyone tell me the status of this book.
>
> attn flamers: please do not flame me for having interest in this book. i
> already know that's probably wrong for me to buy want to buy this book.
>
> jenn
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]


i want info too!  and if anyone has any idea when her birthday is -
which i'm sure this list does, lemme know!
-alex

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date:         mon, 8 sep 1997 20:29:03 -0400
reply-to:     tom mckee <stmckee@ionline.net>
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from:         tom mckee <stmckee@ionline.net>
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a musical instrument, like a barrel organ, played by turning a crank
                                                                 tom
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> from: teresa c. esguerra <sac83826@saclink.csus.edu>
> to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
> subject: hurdy-gurdy
> date: monday, september 08, 1997 6:22 pm
>
> hallo!
>         i've really been aching to get back on this list and start
> participating in some serious issues - be them politics or moral dilemmas
> or the state of the universe and myself and others as small specs of dust
> within it....
>         but what has been bothering ever since our beloved new ig disk as
> come out?
>
>         what in god's name is a hurdy gurdy!???
>
>         and i apologize beforehand if i'm bringing up an old topic.
>
> the barking dog,
> mysteri
>
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date:         mon, 8 sep 1997 21:02:38 -0500
reply-to:     abby mcguire <mcguirea@nyack.edu>
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from:         abby mcguire <mcguirea@nyack.edu>
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subject:      good to be back
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hi eveyone
i finally have my school e-mail account set up and can be back on the
list again.  i've missed reading all your messages.
is anyone going to the hte show at marist college in ny on sept.
15th?  i can't believe it's only a week away, i'm so excited.
i have a question i hope someone can answer for me.  i was listening
to caramia the other day and i wondered what the hell is a back
pocket fade?  i hope that's not a stupid question, sorry if it's
already been asked.
take care everone
abby

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date:         mon, 8 sep 1997 20:51:02 -0500
reply-to:     kliller@boo.net
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from:         kelly liller <kliller@boo.net>
subject:      diana tribute
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for the diana tribute, it seems something like "hammer and nail," or
"let it be me" would be most appropriate.  "girl with the weight"
doesn't strike me in a way that reminds me of diana and what she meant
to many of us.  my interpretation of that song is that emily is, in a
tongue in cheek way, criticizing the type of person she is describing in
the song.  (...it makes us all angry, though we feign to care....)
emily's true activist songs (or even amy's) might be more appropriate
for someone as caring as diana who actually got outta bed, and got a
hammer and a nail.......(mho)

vicki

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date:         mon, 8 sep 1997 19:15:17 -0700
reply-to:     danielle lancon <lancon@aic1.accesscom.com>
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from:         danielle lancon <lancon@aic1.accesscom.com>
subject:      curious about the ig poster
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hi,
        i was wondering if anyone has the ig poster available through s
productions for $23.50. it seems expensive for one poster and i was
wondering if it was worth getting? i'm a big fan (and a lurker) and would
appreciate any input. please email me privately, thanks!
                danielle

forget about your ego, forget about your pride and you will never have to
compromise..." -ar

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can anyone on the list help me locate a copy of an 8/7/92 audio of an
accoustic evening with the indigo girls and the allman brothers? if you
have a copy, i would love to set up a trade with you. thanks.
kt14017@cedarnet.org

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subject:      nigc: ally mcbeal

just wanted to share a tidbid.  i was watching ally mcbeal (not a bad show)
and they kept playing some music in the background, it was sung by a woman
with a pretty deep voice, it sounded great, figured i had to check the
credits at the end of the show.  but towards the end of the show, they showed
ally mcbeal sitting in some sort of piano bar - and it was vonda shepperd
singing at the piano.  some of you might remember that vonda was invited on
stage to sing one of her own songs (emily kept saying "i love this woman")
during the first ig show in los angeles, she then sang along on closer to
fine.

i am thinking about getting a vs cd.  anyone care to recommend one ?

have an indigo day....

rose

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that song they kept playing tidbits of was "maryland"  i first heard it on a
great compilation disc called:  women's work.  it's by putumayo presents  and
it turned me on to tons of great female artists, i.e..catie curtis, kristen
hall (that's where i first heard her! :), vonda shepard, toshi reagon,
barbara kessler and others.  check it out if you can! :)
~jen

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ah, what an evening......

first, it was so nice to meet everyone!!  kathleen, alicia, and anyone
else who was there!!!!  yay!  and finally, i meet the elusive bonster and
chow mickey d's with her!!!  :)

second, let me start by saying to all who are hitting this tour.....going
for the girls is great, but make sure you fill out all the petitions, talk
to some of the people involved in hte, and make a difference, even if only
in a small way.  i met some really interesting, intelligent, and very
devoted people to the causes that hte is fighting this year at this
kickoff show......so will you!!  :)

now, on with the show.

amy appeared on the stage, welcomed us, and introduced the opening act.
john trudell and bad dog opened, and they were really cool.  i likened the
music to that of john lee hooker, kind of bluesy, and trudell basically
talked to the tune about all subjects.  all i could think of was jim
morrison of the doors.  it was a nice twist from the average band opening.

amy and emily then came out together and welcomed us again, and then
introduced winona laduke, who spoke to us about nuclear waste and what
businesses and our government are doing to the earth.  it was very
straightforward, to the point, and articulate.  she is a great speaker.

then, out came those two chicks we all were waiting for....  :)

the theatre itself was intimate, so it was like the days gone by in many
ways.  the "honor" cover served as a backdrop, and they were in top form!
i will post the set list tomorrow as i left it in my truck.....
a highlight or two....
amy and emily coming into the audience to collect our political reaction
cards to mail to washington.
"blood quantum" was phenomenal!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  :)
emily saying that "gotm" was a road trip song....like taking all that
nuclear waste across the country......  :)


after the show, those people who had $50 tix were given a meet and greet
by amy and emily.  we all waited around for about 20-30 minutes, and then
we were escorted upstairs where we all received autographed posters.  then
amy and emily came out to thank us for coming and say hello and chat with
all of us for a minute or two.  everyone got to shake hands, thank the
girls, ask a question or two, and take pictures.  being able to thank
them, tell them how great they were, remark on past shows, and just have a
moment or two with them was phenomenal. they are definitely incredible
people.  still down to earth and very caring about their fans.  wow. :)

well, that's it, listee's.  look for my set list post tomorrow with minor
reviews of each song!

off to indigo dreamland......

peace, love and ig-
karrie

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lisa davis <handy2@ids.net> wrote:

> lately i've been thinking how it might be nice if the girls could play a
> song at the amherst concert this fri. in memory of princess diana(i could
> call out a request as i'm in the front), and the song "the girl with the
> weight of the world..." keeps coming to mind; does anyone have opinions
> about doing this or a more fitting song to request?

friday evening, i left some of the lyrics to virginia woolf (... each
life has its place) at kensington palace with a candle, and sarah
left let it be me (... shine my life like a light) at buckingham
palace -- out of all the artists and songs we admire, we felt that
these two songs were the most appropriate.

other opinions may vary, of course.

regards,
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in a message dated 97-09-08 21:39:21 edt, you write:

<< i have a question i hope someone can answer for me.  i was listening
to caramia the other day and i wondered what the hell is a back
pocket fade?  i hope that's not a stupid question, sorry if it's
already been asked.
take care everone
abby >>

i picture an old pair of blue jeans with a faded patch on the back pocket
where the small notebook is always kept, ready to record observations, ideas,
poems, etc.  look at the back pocket of some guy who keeps his wallet in the
back pocket of his jeans and you'll see what i mean!

my $.02,
pam

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i got this poster free from my music store when i bought the album. it's
a promo poster, and it's really nice, but this company is making big
bucks since it probably cost them nothing to get the posters.
-sam

on mon, 8 sep 1997, danielle lancon wrote:

> hi,
>         i was wondering if anyone has the ig poster available through s
> productions for $23.50. it seems expensive for one poster and i was
> wondering if it was worth getting? i'm a big fan (and a lurker) and would
> appreciate any input. please email me privately, thanks!
>                 danielle

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on mon, 8 sep 1997 16:27:12 -0500 "jennifer n. loesch"
<jloesch@usibr01.usi.edu> writes:
>i have been off the list for the summer but i remember reading
>something
>about an amy ray bio....can anyone tell me the status of this book.
>
>attn flamers: please do not flame me for having interest in this book.
>i
>already know that's probably wrong for me to buy want to buy this
>book.
>
>jenn
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--derek

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six days away!!!!!!!
wow!!!!!!

well, i think you knew that part, so here's some more:  doors open at
8:30pm (sounds a little late?), but since it's general admission i guess
that's ok....i hope the line isn't mumbo-jumbo when i get there.
the activities office said parking will be a little "problematic" so get there
early if possible... <achmmmm....so who wants to reserve me a spot
near the front?!?>
it holds about 3000 people, so i guess it won't be too much of a problem
to get near the stage...
lastly, if you see me (w/ my sys shirt bien sur) and have an extra
backstage pass - don't hesitate!!!!
any more info.....sweep it in my general direction.... 8-)

~~~8-[
mkc
(my brain's fried)

"give me hope, give me hope, that emptiness brings fullness, and loss of
love brings wholeness to us all."

"there coming for us cameras and guns, we don't know which, but we
gotta run"

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i think hammer and nail would make a good habitat for humanity song...

>>my life is part of the global life
i'd found myself becoming more immobile
when i'd think a little girl in the world can't do anything.
a distant nation my community
a street person my responsibility
if i have a care in the world i have a gift to bring<<

then after this verse is the chorus and it all fits together.

well after typing it i think it also could fit both mother teresa and
princess di...this has to be one of my favorite songs for motivation factors.

just my $.03


at 08:51 pm 9/8/97 -0500, you wrote:
>for the diana tribute, it seems something like "hammer and nail," or
>"let it be me" would be most appropriate.
heathera


        *****  diana, princess of wales  *****
            july 1, 1961  --  august 31, 1997
        lady, princess, mother, inspiration
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duh!?  aren't we overlooking the obvious here?  amy and emily would both be
rainbows!!!


d.d.

ps:  has anyone taken the time to get the new mongrels cd from daemon?
there are some songs on there that keep me hummin' them 3 or 4 days after
i've heard them.  e & a and m are really great on this cd.
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at 03:41 pm 9/8/97 -0400, digest dani pardo wrote:
>i got kicked off the list a week ago because my mailbox was too full, and i
>only by chance saw that ig is playing lehigh the 22nd of october. i checked
>their epic page and there is no list of that date yet. if there are other
>dates that correspond to the lehigh date- in nj, ct, pa, ma or the dc area,
>please send them to me.

just keep an eye on deb reiser's sots tour archive :
<http://ftp.wi.net/~dreiser/ig/archivehome.html>

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subject:      1997 tour shirt

hi, i'm probably the biggest lurker out there, but i was just curious if
anyone on the list had gone to the ig concert in davenport, ia on march
28th of this year, i know it was a while ago, but i was
there...anyway....during that tour i bought a shirt, i'm sure some of you
have seen it or possibly even have it...can anyone explain what they
think the meaning of the woman on the front with the deer in the woods
means?  i've asked a lot of people and i'm just curious what you all
think of it.

and, if anyone finds out about any concerts in the iowa, michigan,
illinois, indiana, misouri area could you please let me know...i've been
dying to see them again, and i don't know of them playing anywhere near
me *sigh*

thanks in advance,
i'm looking forward to your opinions,
take care,
myra e.

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on 9 sep 14:28 edt
myra e<myra-e@juno.com> wrote:

>... during that tour [3-28-97] i bought a shirt, i'm sure some of
>you have seen it or possibly even have it... can anyone explain
>what they think the meaning of the woman on the front with the
>deer in the woods means? i've asked a lot of people and i'm just
>curious what you all think of it.

okay, [said melanie with a <vbg> (*very* big grin)] i'll bite.  ;)

i have the shirt too. i didn't even pause to consider what deeply
profound meaning inherent in the artwork there might be. i bought it for
the very simple reason that it encompasses 2 of my favorite things: it
says "indigo girls" in big letters on the front (it also has ig 1997 -
spelled out - on the back) & it has a drawing of a beautiful naked (tho
shaved)<ahem> woman - unashamed, unadorned standing amidst the full
glory of nature. now, what more could i... er... one possibly ask?

the obvious answer being: a picture of a&e unashamed, unadorned
standing...

<gasp> mel, i say, "shame on you!"
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hey all,

i can't really describe my reasons why, but i think emily would be a
bright lime or flourescent green, and amy would be a dark burgandy.

peace, melissa

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

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

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buck naked. as was their tour, acoustic only for that part of the tour.


michelle

>  hi, i'm probably the biggest lurker out there, but i was just curious if
>  anyone on the list had gone to the ig concert in davenport, ia on march
>  28th of this year, i know it was a while ago, but i was
>  there...anyway....during that tour i bought a shirt, i'm sure some of you
>  have seen it or possibly even have it...can anyone explain what they
>  think the meaning of the woman on the front with the deer in the woods
>  means?  i've asked a lot of people and i'm just curious what you all
>  think of it.

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hey y'all,
has anyone out there seen the preview for the movie "a thousand acres," with
michelle pfeiffer and jessica lange?  if anyone has, and happens to know
who's singing the song they play along with it, i'd love to know.  e-mail
privately, please.  thanks.  hey, while i'm at it, does anybody understand
what the movie's supposed to be about?  i can't get anything from the
preview.  thanks.

elizabeth

~~~
"to be nobody - but myself - in a world which is doing its best,
night and day, to make you everybody else - means to fight the
hardest battle which any human can fight, and never stop fighting."
-e.e. cummings

"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 - 'til now"
-michelle malone

"do not look back in anger, or forward in fear, but around
in awareness."
-james thurber

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for all kristen fans...she's playing eddie's attic on september 19th.

you folks in ga/atalnta/close to the vincinity of eddie's...

                        go see her.

her shows are becoming few and far between...so catch her while ya can.

--sue (jealous cuz she cant go)

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hmm?

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anyone know if carolyn's very conclusive bootleg list is still available on
the net?  i tried her webpage and email and it didn't work.

thanks
lori

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hey,
    i know the movie you're talking about and would likewise love to know
the title of that song.  clueless as well about the plot, looks like a
tearjerker though.


smiles,
allison

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>subject: amy ray bio

>i have been off the list for the summer but i remember reading something
>about an amy ray bio....can anyone tell me the status of this book.

>attn flamers: please do not flame me for having interest in this book. i
>already know that's probably wrong for me to want to buy this book.

>jenn


is it bad to want such a book?  heck, i'm a collector of ig stuff now.
if there's a book, i
want it too, as long as it's truthful and respectful.  i've never heard
this mentioned before.

one more thang......i've just discovered joan armatrading.  sure, i've
heard a song or
two of hers on npr's women in music and on the boys on the side
soundtrack, but
i never thought i'd fall for her music so hard if i got a cd.  well, i
did, and i can't stop
listening to it.  i'd say that if you like tracy chapman, you'll love
joan.
she's got immense staying power too.  she's been around for many many
years, i hear.
anyone know how many albums she has out?  which are the best to get if i
just
want to get one or two more?  the only one i have is the 1995 release
"what's inside"
and i love it!

lisa

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a thousand acres is a book by jane smiley, sort of based on shakespeare's
king lear, which is about a father and his three daughters (how's that for
a plot summary?!) don't want to give too much away.

:) amy

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hi all,
does anyone have any information on the au mm show?? i called the number on
the tour postcard & left a message on someone's voice mail-- but i haven't
heard back. i am assuming that she isn't playing bender, which is the only
venue i know on au's campus. do they have a smaller space?? i searched their
web site too-- nothing. any information is appreciated...
thanks,
alexandra

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subject:      new mongrels "not dead, yet" (yes, igc!!)

d.d wrote:

>ps:  has anyone taken the time to get the new mongrels cd from daemon?
>there are some songs on there that keep me hummin' them 3 or 4 days
after
>i've heard them.  e & a and m are really great on this cd.

out of the 200+ cds in my collection, this cd is in the top ten.
considering
i've got 12 ig cds, that says a lot!  get this cd!  you will thank
yourself
for it.  (fortunately for me, i've got veronica to thank!)  your mouth
will hang
wide open in awe from the first listen and will thereafter drool every
time you
hear amy sing 9 fingers.  :)   (this is probably
my third plug for this cd.  i'm not gettin' paid for this, people.  i'm
serious.
it's a great cd!  hotlanta heart, to the fullest extent.  you can get it
from daemon, rdr, and even barnes and noble, where i just saw
it the other day.)

lisa

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subject:      re: 1997 tour shirt or the ultimate frat girl

have to add in my .02 cents.  beer.  lots and lots of beer was involved
in the making of this shirt.  hmmmmm... after the beer funnel incident
at hofstra back in march, ya never know ;)

in the immortal  words of my natural science teacher, "so, are the
indigo girls a ba-ohmigod thats a naked woman on your shirt!"

the looks i get from that shirt make me giggle every time!

    peace y'all,
        leah

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hey everybody!

does anyone out there have any good quality tori amos boots from the dew
drop inn tour that they'd be willing to make a trade with me?  i have a
decent stock of ig but no tori except a few compilations.  let me know!!

thanks in advance!
rob

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there's a cool article about lilith fair in the august 29-september 11
issue of lavender magazine, a gay, lesbian, bisexual, & transgender
magazine.  the article focuses on the shakopee, mn lilith & dar & can be
found at http://www.lavendermagazine.com/59.news.12.html.

here are some cool parts that mention ig...i snipped out lots of parts from
the middle though...i indicated that by line breaks.

<<despite intermittent technical problems ranging from lopsided mixing to
the sudden loss of amplification in the midst of the indigo girls'
crowd-pleasing set, the audience sang, cheered, and more than a few wiped
surreptitious tears at the end of the night.

homophobia won't play where artists talk about "universal experiences of
falling in love"--and if williams' approach doesn't do it, the indigo girls
can rock the dyke-baiting vibes right out of the park.

mclachlan's dream tour focused not on politics but on women making
music,combining artists from big labels with self-produced
singer-songwriters for a sound which ranged from "think music" to serious
party guitar. yet mclachlan's mix, which some have criticized as being
insufficiently political, did open minds. amy ray of the indigo girls says
hers was one of them. after the shakopee concert, ray told lavender that,
early in the tour, some musicians, including herself, were skeptical about
stage-mates like jewel who were top-selling sensations. those doubts, ray
says, were erased; touring and playing with these women taught ray and
others about depth beyond marketed images. "she's so smart,"ray says of
jewel, "she's scary!"

williams says she sees teenagers who come to the concerts with parents; she
sees
the way parents bring the younger set to the shows, but then stand to the
side and let their kids have "their own thing," as a form of constructive
separatism. generations divide in feminist and lesbian communities as well,
and some artists
reach across divisions to support younger fans. williams says, "i think the
indigo girls do a lot of that--dropping breadcrumbs for the next
generation."

"if ani [difranco] wants to go ahead and put together the rolling thunder
pussy review," [dar] says," it would be my greatest honor to play.">>

:)

andi

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subject:      that amy bio

okay, yep, aha, now i remember what was going
around about that amy bio.  boo hoo.  :(  but, let's
keep it in perspective....if it's tasteful, truthful, and
respectful.......maybe we can get a&e to pen an on-the-
road autobio or tape a documentary (oh, that's what
watershed was all about, huh?  time for a new one!).
dreams, dreams, dreams.....

lisa

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ok, so here is the set list from sheas for 9/8/97.  as written by emily on
the set list bon retrieved.....

thin line-  i love when they open with this song......

least complicated- fun fun fun...we all sang like crazy people!

shame on you       both were sang loudly by the audience.
it's alright

kid fears- phenomenal!  a&e paused for the audience to sing michael
stipe's part..kind of caught us off guard, but by "from the years" we
were right on...great moment!  :)

get out the map-  em commented on it being a road trip...like the road
trip they want to give the nuclear waste across the us.  :)  gotta love
her dark sense of humor!

shed your skin- i have never seen amy rock and roll like she did to
this!!!  it was awesome!!!!

ghost- everyone sang......so soft, so sweet...touching....

pushing the needle to far- what a fantastic surprise!  i love this song
anyway, but it was great to hear it live.....that and they segued from
this into

into redemption-  what can i say?  yes!!!!!!!!!!!!!  :)

they then asked us to fill out our political activism cards with them, and
told us they would later come out into the audience and get them from all
of us!  woo-hoo!

then they resumed the show......

the wood song- nice surprise as well!

scooter boys-  very fitting for the occasion, to say the least. ;)

hammer and a nail-  yee-hah!!!!!!!!!!  what a jammin tune..even better
live!

then amy and emily came out into the audience and with these littel red
collenders, they collected all of our cards.  sara came out too, and
quiltman sang some great native american songs while they did it.  it was
great.  as emily got to our aisle, she looked at us and said, "this is
like church!!"

after the collection....

blood quantum-  great...very passionate!
galileo-  everyone sang along again!!!  :)
everything in its own time-  emily introduced this song saying it was
about peace.....it was so nice.

encore-
chickenman
closer to fine-  amy played the guitar this time..jerry picked up the
manolin, and sara rattled and pennywhistled!  josh is, as the set lists
say "r.i.p" :)  (smiley face in a circle)  guess he has left the tour!  :(

bye josh!!!!!  :)

then amy and emily thanked us again for coming and supporting hte, and
that was the end....it was a great show...fantastic crowd....not too many
people who weren't die hard fans.....danced at the right moments and
everything.....

there ya have it!!

i can't wait to hear about syracuse!

peace, love and ig-
karrie

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i thought it was "back pocket faith".
shows how much i know.
ben

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can someone please post once more or e-mail me privately the place where i
can find tour dates as updated as possible.  i accidentally deleted the
messga.e
thanks,
carrie

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subject:      rage against the machine...a threat to youth ;)

hey youse guys :)
i thought this may be of interest due to the admiration ig has for
the band rage against the machine. i'm a little sketchy on the
details .. but apparently the authorities in george, washington are all bent
out of shape about the upcoming rage perfrmance at the gorge (tm).
it seems they are a threat to our children due to their subversive
lyrics....no this isn't about a fear of devil worship, sex or violence...
this is about a messge that is critical of the us government and
encourages independent thought.
*smirk*
fools !!!!!
little do they realize that our own sweet indigo girls are in league with
these dangerouse forces and are also shining a light on the cracks in
the system.
nyah ha ha !!!!!

remember kids ... question authority !!!!
love and kisses,
miss b

"it's night time, and speed is dreaming ... "

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this was forwarded to me from aol news.

subj:   indigo girls campaign for indians
date:   97-09-10 03:26:23 edt
from:   aol news

.c the associated press

      buffalo, n.y. (ap) - the indigo girls have more than music on
their minds as they trek through towns on their ''honor the earth''
concert tour.
      amy ray and emily saliers see the shows as an opportunity to
spread the word about environmental problems on american indian
reservations.
      ''we're here to play music, but we're here to use the music as a
tool for change,'' ms. saliers said monday, a day after the
two-member band gave a free concert on the st. regis mohawk
reservation, which is near a federal superfund site north of
buffalo.
      ''we're fighting battles that have to do with environmental
racism,'' ms. ray said, criticizing companies for locating dump
sites near indian lands.
      each concert along the 21-stop tour will include remarks about
the environmental cause from winona laduke, president of the
indigenous women's network, the indigo girls said.
      indigo girls earned a grammy for their 1989 album ''indigo
girls,'' best known for the hit single and video ''closer to
fine.''
      ap-ny-09-10-97 0322edt

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hi fellow listers. i just wanted to take a moment and introduce myself as i
am new to the list. i'm a huge fan of ig and stumbled upon them quite by
accident in 1991. i was getting ready to drive cross country and was
flipping through the cd's at wal-mart looking for something new to listen
to on the road. i came across the nomads*indians*saints cd, thought "indigo
girls" is a cool name, and bought it. i listened to it the whole way, and
have been hooked ever since!

i just found out that ig will be playing in las vegas on sept.30. i'm
currently living overseas, but will be in vegas the last week of sept. i
leave vegas that morning! i'm so depressed! anyone know if they'll be
playing in japan?

thanks for letting me ramble on. have happy indigo dreams!

susan

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at 07:35 pm 9/9/97 -0400, michelle reeves wrote:
>buck naked. as was their tour, acoustic only for that part of the tour.

i'm sorry, i find the idea amusing, but unlikely. :-)  it appears to me to
be a representation of the girls' recent interests in native americans and
the environment.  whatever it means, i had no trouble keeping those t-shirt
$s in my pocket for once!

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at 10:20 pm 9/9/97 -0400, aaogilvie@aol.com wrote:
>hi all,
>does anyone have any information on the au mm show?? i called the number on
>the tour postcard & left a message on someone's voice mail-- but i haven't
>heard back. i am assuming that she isn't playing bender, which is the only
>venue i know on au's campus. do they have a smaller space?? i searched their
>web site too-- nothing. any information is appreciated...

my understanding is that she's playing on the quad at 3:30.

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at 09:52 pm 9/9/97 -0500, lisa m. schreihart wrote:
>okay, yep, aha, now i remember what was going
>around about that amy bio.  boo hoo.  :(  but, let's
>keep it in perspective...

i'm sorry, but i can't see how any publisher is going to be interested in a
biography about half of a duo!  there may be a lot of amy fans here (and
i'm one of 'em), but in the real world (where even an atlanta entertainment
newspaper has to explain who michelle malone is), i think an amy ray ("is
she the blonde or the brunette?") bio is a non-starter.  and that's even if
the supposed author had demonstrated the ability to put together a cohesive
sentence in her e-mails to this list.

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.c the associated press

      buffalo, n.y. (ap) - the indigo girls have more than music on
their minds as they trek through towns on their ''honor the earth''
concert tour.
      amy ray and emily saliers see the shows as an opportunity to
spread the word about environmental problems on american indian
reservations.
      ''we're here to play music, but we're here to use the music as a
tool for change,'' ms. saliers said monday, a day after the
two-member band gave a free concert on the st. regis mohawk
reservation, which is near a federal superfund site north of
buffalo.
      ''we're fighting battles that have to do with environmental
racism,'' ms. ray said, criticizing companies for locating dump
sites near indian lands.
      each concert along the 21-stop tour will include remarks about
the environmental cause from winona laduke, president of the
indigenous women's network, the indigo girls said.
      indigo girls earned a grammy for their 1989 album ''indigo
girls,'' best known for the hit single and video ''closer to
fine.''
      ap-ny-09-10-97 0322edt
       copyright 1997 the associated press.  the information
contained in the ap news report may not be published,
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prior written authority of the associated press.

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sorry for the repeat of the article.  i should have read my mail before i
sent it.

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in a message dated 97-09-10 05:43:22 edt, you write:

<< has anyone out there seen the preview for the movie "a thousand acres,"
with
michelle pfeiffer and jessica lange?  if anyone has, and happens to know
who's singing the song they play along with it,  >>

the song is "straight as the crow flies" from kim richey's latest cd, "bitter
sweet".

i got this cd at the beginning of the summer and it has been a constant
favorite from the get go.  and that song in particular is one of the best
i've ever heard. love it. someone in hollywood has good taste. ;)  the lyric,
the harmony...  ig fans will probably really like it.  listen, i hear a
banjo.  :)

check out kim richey! (esp. you mary chapin carpenter fans)

rebecca

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subject:      dad mary

not indigo but..

news of the weird:

rock singer camus upon discovering his fathers imminent sex change plans,
pleaded with record company to recall his recent alantic records release.
fearing
the title "sins of the father (pass to the son) "could be prophetic. his
father who
is married (not to his mother)and now plans to be a lesbian has also changed
his
name to camus' real mother, mary.


                         jene

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subject:      tapes of view and hrl

okay, here goes:

so far, i have mailed videos to: danielle, brendan, melissa, sue, megan,
kristina v, joann, rob, lucy, maureen, kevin, stephanie, kelly, kay, sara
lynn, anne, kate, kristina s, heather, diana, susan, sandy, amy, jen, karen
t, elizabeth, karen c, david, and kim.

if you think that your name should be on this list and it is not, please
e-mail me privately.  pam's tape shop is about to close down for a while :-)
i'm getting ready to leave town next week to see hte in south carolina.  any
other listers planning to be in columbia?  would love to meet you.

it's been fun trading with all you folks and getting to know you a little
bit.  keep the faith,,,

pam
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we're standing at opposite poles
equal partners in a mystery.  es
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hi!  i have a project in english, and i thought this would be the
perfect place to do some research.  my projectis to look at song
lyrics and how they affect the way you think, act, etc.  if any of
you could give me some information or opinions on this topic, it
would be greatly appreciated.  please respond soon.
-rebecca

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hey everyone!
i know this is kind of late, but let me just say that monday's concert
rocked!  amy gets better everytime i see them play.  did anyone notice
the little snarl thing she had going when she turned around to play sys?
i think it was during that one... it was really cute.. i really loved
meeting them!!  also, i'm glad i got to meet karrie and her friends
(sorry, i can't remember names.) but i think i'll stick to karrie's
review, because i just couldn't do the show justice.
well, my books call (blech!)
have fun everyone!!
-alicia

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subject:      the syracuse show (very long)

o.k., well i haven't seen anybody else post about last night's show yet so
here we go... (was anybody else from the list there?)

first off, i want to say that the crowds at both shea's and landmark
(syracuse) were great.  however, the landmark crowd was a bit more, shall we
say, rowdy/excitable.  my first thought was that they were a bit rude
actually at the beginning.  when winona laduke came out at the beginning to
give a short and eloquent speech on the purpose of this year's tour, there
were some catcalls from the crowd which were inappropriate (e.g. calling out
for a&e, etc).  i was a bit pissed about that, but the rest of the evening,
the crowd was wonderful.

we were shown a short slide show before a&e began.  unfortunately, as amy
explained to us later, there was a computer malfunction with the lighting
which was causing various spotlights to flick on and off during the slide
presentation and at times completely obliterating the image being projected.
oops.  amy apologized and said they would have to adjust the lights by hand
next time to avoid this problem.

the show...

awesome, awesome, awesome!!!  a&e were so into this show.  more so than at
shea's (though they were into that one too).  lots of talk to the audience
and talking/laughing to each other.  as with shea's, amy was smiling a lot.
and may i say, just as an aside, she looked fantastic.  emily looked great
too and both girls were blown away by the crowd.  lots of dancing and every
song the girls played was accompanied by a couple thousand voices singing
along.  in fact, every time the girls stopped singing to allow us to sing on
our own, we were so loud and so together that the girls faces would
momentarily look shocked (as though a bomb had just blown up in their faces)
and then they would stand there, mouths agape and smiling, and listen to us.
amy literally stumbled backwards several times when we started belting out a
verse because the sheer volume of the sound was staggering. i've never heard
a crowd like that before.

the setlist with some a & e comments (and mine)...

it's alright
tried to be true (so cool.  the crowd was thrilled to hear this one)
least complicated
shame on you
eiiot (as with shea's, e held a note so long i though she would implode.  it
was          beautiful and got a much deserved dose of hootin/hollerin when
she finally took a breath)
jonas & ezekiel
get out the map (again a reference from em about the roadtrip of nuclear
waste)
shed your skin (lots of wristy arm movements from amy which the crowd was
imitating all night long)
leeds (done on a little yamaha electric keyboard.  crowd was in their seats
and very respectfully singing along.  huge applause/cheering afterwards)
emily:  you guys are sweet as hell!
redemption song (not as many people knew the words to this one, but a small
group of people in the front row stood up and sang every word and amy sang
the song directly to them.  it was really neat.  oops, did i say neat?  i
guess my age is showing!)
scooter boys (rocked!! the extra verses amy added in made the song about 3
times as long.  huge jam session.  a & e talking and laughing to one another
afterwards.)  emily:  sometimes we have more fun than anybody!
hammer and a nail (oops! amy starts singing the wrong line at the start of
the 2nd verse, smiles, and shuts up quick)
love will come to you   amy (i think):  this is a sad song
blood quantum w/ a bit at the end that ulali sang in their set during the
previous tour
galileo  (amy indicates some soreness just under her ribcage on the right
side.  she stretches that side as if it were a cramp, but i think she may
have just bruised herself with the edge of her guitar because of all the
tough jamming she'd been doing all night. huge cheers from the crowd after
this song.)  amy (smiling and looking awed):  you're a happy bunch of people.
encore....
hey kind friend
bury my heart @ wounded knee (w/ mark shark who is the guitarist from the
opening act john trudell and bad dog.  a great guitarist.  he was allowed to
do some soloing on this song.  also, dave ellison on harmonica)
closer to fine (jerry on mandolin, sara on shakers and penny whistle)

there were two signs being displayed by audience members in the front rows.
both said romeo and juliet.  both a & e saw the signs and said nothing for a
while.  but later in the show when they were held up again....amy:  we see
your signs.  i don't really remember it right now.  i'd mess it up.  it
wouldn't sound good.  i'll learn it and play it sometime down the road.  i
promise.

sidenote:  this concert was videotaped in its entirety by a member of the
staff.

the chest tattoo is revealed at last....see my next post.....
cheers!
kathleen   kef1330@aol.com

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hi-

i'm sure that a lot of you don't know me, as i've only been on the list
for about a year and i've been a lurker most of that time.  but what
happened to me last night is a definite reason to come out of hiding!

my friend is at mary washington college in fredericksburg, va.
apparently the indigo girls are playing there on october 21.  this is the
first i've heard of this, but my friend says it's been confirmed (tickets
are $8 for students and $14 for non-students, btw).  anyway, she has a
pretty good shot at interviewing them for the campus paper, and her
boyfriend, who works at the radio station, has a pretty good shot of
seeing them there.  at any rate, if my friend gets the interview, she
wants me to come along.  so.  here's where we need help.  she wants to
make sure she asks good and appropriate questions, and i want to make
sure i don't act like an obsessive freak who can't do anything but let
her mouth hang open.  i know some of y'all have interviewed them before,
so any tidbits you could pass along would be great.  i told her to read
the faq too, as a good place to start with information.  this brings to mind
the "what would you do if you were in an elevator with amy and emily"
thread from last spring!  i could never participate in that one because i
couldn't think of anything to say!  so- email me privately unless you
don't think everyone would mind a big discussion of this...

thanks!
katherine

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audionet is playing "beneath the devil moon" today at these times: 12:00 pm
3:00pm and 9:00 pm ct the url is.....


http://www.audionet.com/events/cdrelease/malone/

happy listening;

jim gates

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fare thee well my bright star... e. saliers

in memory of princess diana (1961 - 1997)

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subject:      the syracuse show again

and with regard to the video of this show  (which i think is what you were
talking about, right elizabeth?)

i will call the management and see what i can find out.  i doubt they would
release a copy to us, but it can't hurt to ask.

if anybody gets the opportunity to speak with a or e at a meet and greet or
anywhere else, please ask them about the video they made of the syracuse
show.  we all are going to want a copy of this one.  it was awesome!!!  all
we need is one copy and we can set up a tree.  see if you can talk 'em into
it.

cheers!
kathleen   kef1330@aol.com

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subject:      hte broadcasts

forgot to mention this when rambling about the m&g at syracuse..

regarding the hte broadcasts on monsterbit, amy said that one song from each
night would be broadcast in it's entirety so that by the end of the tour you
could have a complete recording of twenty songs.  she says she assumes
someone will make a boot of this and make it available.

cheers!
kathleen   kef1330@aol.com

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subject:      albany show?

does anyone have any information on the albany show? any would be greatly
appreciated...please respond privately.

thanks,
julie

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subject:      re: the syracuse show again

<< thats all well and good...but what about the tattoo?!??!?!>>

i posted it right after the first post, but i gave it a risque subject line
just for fun so maybe one of our moderators pulled it?  i don't know.  i'm
waiting.

cheers!
kathleen   kef1330@aol.com

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subject:      amy bares her chest at the meet & greet (2nd try)

oh don't flame my subject line, i'm just funnin' with ya! (but she really did
bare her chest)  read on my fellow listers...

some comments about both m/g's (shea's and syracuse):

unfortunately, a lot more people knew about the meet/greet after the show in
syracuse.  about 150 people were there.  it made me realize how lucky we all
were at shea's (where only about 60-70 people showed up and we all got to
spend individual time with each of the girls.)

i spoke to a member of the ig staff at shea's (and i'm kicking myself because
i don't know his name even though i see him at each show and of course he's
in the watershed video.  damn.)  anyway, he told me that the meet/greets were
basically to appease the promoters since people in the first few rows pay
over $50 for their tickets.  it was assumed that the turnout would be high
for each of the m/g's and therefore a&e would just come out and say thanks
for coming.  blah, blah, blah, and then leave.  i mentioned to this guy that
no one seemed to have been told by ticketmaster or any other authority that
there was to be a m/g after the show.  he said something like...well,
obviously somebody found out about it because you're all here.

anyway, the turnout at shea's was smaller than they had expected so a&e met
with each one of us one on one.  silly me, i thought syracuse would be about
the same and that i'd get to talk to amy some more, but the cat was outa the
bag.  about 150 showed up for the syracuse m/g.  i'm sorry to tell my fellow
listers that you can undoubtedly expect the same at future shows.  too many
people know about this now.  god, were we lucky people in buffalo!  so, in
syracuse, we gathered like cattle in a downstairs foyer, dave ellison handed
out autographed posters again, and then a & e came out and stood up on a
table so everybody could see them.  amy did most of the talking.  they
thanked us for coming to the show.  said it was expected that, after tour
expenses, the tour would raise $300,000 for this year's causes.  and they're
hoping for about 40,000 action cards to be collected.

somebody finally said it....

amy, show us your tattoo!

she ignored it at first, then when several shouts came in unison amy smiled
wryly and said...what tattoo? (as if to say..i don't have any tattoos.)  the
crowd said ...aw, c'mon.  so amy flashed her arm and the crowd said...not
that one....so amy smiled and grabbed her lapels and pulled the top of her
shirt open.  from what i could see from six feet away: the tattoo is all one
ink color.  it appears to be just an intricate design rather than any kind of
symbol.  it is very wide (maybe 8 inches?) across but not really big in terms
of height. it maybe varies in height from about 1/2 inch at the ends to maybe
3 inches at the center of her chest.  it doesn't look like it goes down very
far between her breasts.  the crowd seemed very happy.  the mystery had been
revealed.

they spent a couple more minutes with us answering questions and then said
their goodbyes and were gone. sigh.

that's it from my neck of the woods.  sorry for the length of all this.  i
tend to get a bit verbose on certain subjects (like amy's chest, but i'm
keeping the rest of those comments to myself!)

cheers!
kathleen   kef1330@aol.com

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>she ignored it at first, then when several shouts came in unison amy smiled
>wryly and said...what tattoo? (as if to say..i don't have any tattoos.)  the
>crowd said ...aw, c'mon.  so amy flashed her arm and the crowd said...not
>that one....so amy smiled and grabbed her lapels and pulled the top of her
>shirt open.

okay, jennifer--breathe!!!!   in......out.....in......out........  am i the
only one who literally had to rub her arms to take the goosebumps
away???!!!  reading this sent shivers all through me!!!!!

admit it, kathleen--you were one of the ones screaming at amy the
loudest!!!  :-)

thanks for making it a totally indi-glow day for me!

jennifer--still smiling at the thought of it!!!!!

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<< admit it, kathleen--you were one of the ones screaming at amy the
loudest!!!  :-) >>


who me?!

gosh, is it that obvious? <blushing a dark shade of indigo>

cheers!
kathleen   kef1330@aol.com

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subject:      nigc:  calling alicia bender

alicia
tried to email you and it bounced back.  any idea why?

kathleen   kef1330@aol.com

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hey, everybody!

i have been seeing a couple of postings about target starter kits...
what are those?  also, can i get one, or was it a limited offer?  if
anyone could tell me, i'd really appreciate it.

thanks,
melissa

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sorry, but i forgot to include this a minute ago in my message:

i got the chords to weakness in me a couple of days ago, but i am
just a beginner on the guitar, and i was wondering if someone who
was more experienced could e-mail me the fingerpicking for the
song.  i don't know if that's possible; but if so, please let me know.

thanks,
melissa

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subject:      re: rage against the machine...a threat to youth ;)
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supposedly there was a riot in hartford, ct.

maybe that's why they are so afraid??


(btw - emily wears a cool rage t-shirt in the promo photo to the new hte
press kit that i got today...)


mike r.
*planning an incredible ig weekend*

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subject:      random thoughts...

two questions:

does anyone know what ulali has in their diet coke can shakers that they use
on stage?  i wanted to replicate them if possible.

does anyone know the layout of the u of delaware venue that the girls are
playing? i got tickets (i have a feeling they're not so good) and i was just
wondering....

thanks in advance...

-dani :)

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there were two riots, one at hartford meadows and one at great woods in
boston the same weekend. police and everything. apparently the meadows were
trashed
just what i know
jazz

at 05:07 pm 9/10/97 -0400, you wrote:
>supposedly there was a riot in hartford, ct.
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>maybe that's why they are so afraid??
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date:         wed, 10 sep 1997 21:03:27 -0400
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from:         lisa dupre <memememi@aol.com>
subject:      igc:  meet & greet at every show?  & hte broadcast?

greetings!!

i have a silly question!   perhaps someone here may have the answer, since
ticketmaster and the venues don't seem to know anything........

are there going to be "meet & greet" sessions at every show?   i'm going to
six of the hte shows, and so far the top ticket at each of the venues has not
been more than $25 at the most.  and when i called the venues, they said they
had no idea what i was talking about.    are they just having the sessions at
the shows where the top tickets were over $50?

also, regarding the hte broadcast........  i spoke to both the hte and the
monsterbit people and neither group really seemed to know what was going on
and why the site wasn't working.  apparently mellie is in charge of it at
monsterbit and she's on the road (apparently with the tour?!?!?) and they
don't know why she isn't updating the site.  i'm still waiting for callbacks
from both groups.

just very curious and very excited about the next two weeks!!!

thanks!
=)
lisa

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date:         wed, 10 sep 1997 20:03:55 pdt
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searching for susan b. marine.  what is your private e-mail?  please respond privately.

tgillman@ruralcom.net

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all these people going to 5 and 6 hte shows, and i can't even get to one.  i love the girls.  i haven't seen them since 1994.  missing them.  oh what misery in missouri!!!!!!!!!

at least i can feel in touch thanks to the great reviews and comments by other true ig fans!

thanks.

toye

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date:         wed, 10 sep 1997 21:22:04 -0400
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from:         sasha friedman <indigofrk@aol.com>
subject:      michelle malone @au nigc

hey,
for everybody whos wondering, my friends mom whos dean of arts at au told us
that there is a carnival that day in the quad, where deb said michelle is
supposed to be playing, from 12-6 and there's all sorts of stuff going on,
but they did not list anytime for her to be playing, but if its at 3:30 you
will have to choose between michelle or a viewing of miss america pageants at
the tavern : ) ... (or so it says on this schedule thing)  what a decision ??
!!?? i actually did have a point...oh yes...so it should be free and she
should be playing that afternoon in the quad, and george clinton and the
p-funk all stars are playing that night at bender i think, so maybe we'll
stick around for that.   hope to see you all there...

peace
sasha

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date:         wed, 10 sep 1997 21:38:07 -0400
reply-to:     kristina d vaskys <cheesehed@juno.com>
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from:         kristina d vaskys <cheesehed@juno.com>
subject:      re: boo hoo

>all these people going to 5 and 6 hte shows, and i can't even get to
>one.  i love the girls.  i haven't seen them since 1994.  missing
>them.  oh what misery in missouri!!!!!!!!!

hey, at least you've seen them! there's always some sort of thing that
prevents me from going to see them--like, camp preventing me from seeing
them at lilith, and marching band is preventing me from going to an hte
show.....and i've never even seen them once!! woe is me!! :o( oh, the
tragic tales of my pathetic little life! well, i suppose life goes
on......although it's not as good as if i were seeing (or had seen) ig. i
feel your pain!!

kristina :o)

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she says, "it doesn't really matter, pretty soon you're bound to spill
it."
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date:         wed, 10 sep 1997 20:37:23 -0600
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from:         garian arleta vigil <vigil@ucsu.colorado.edu>
subject:      nigc-counting crows/the wallflowers at red rocks this friday
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counting crows tickets for sale!!

i have two general admission tickets for the sold-out friday show at red
rocks.  if any of you colorado listees are interested, i am selling them
for the price i paid, $64 for the pair.

email me privately if you are interested,
garian

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date:         wed, 10 sep 1997 22:39:54 -0400
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subject:      valdosta list gather?

now that i'm officially sure i'm officially going to valdosta, is there gonna
be a list meet?  there has to be - it's my first ig concert!!!!!  there has
to be one!!!!!

let me know please!!!!!

peace, harmony & indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism
  ~novitiate of suzanneglassism
   ~president, grlchasr26 fan club
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boy did i feel as white as the snow!"
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date:         thu, 11 sep 1997 00:22:39 -0400
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subject:      the syracuse show

to everyone and esp. to elizabeth who just emailed me privately...

i did not boot this show because i do not have the equipment to do that sort
of thing.  also, i was in the 2nd row so i doubt it would have sounded very
good even if i had booted it.  although it sure sounded good live from the
2nd row let me tell ya!!

cheers!
kathleen   kef1330@aol.com

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date:         thu, 11 sep 1997 00:19:57 -0400
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saw this little article in this afternoon's nashville banner and
thought i would re-type it for your reading pleasure.<g>  there's really
no new info, but it really was cool to pick up the paper and find it
there on page 2. :-d

(re-typed w/o permission)

"indigo girls:  hip musicians use music as a 'tool' to fight environmental
racism"   (ap-buffalo,ny)

the indigo girls have more than music on their minds as they trek through
towns on their honor the earth concert tour.  amy ray and emily saliers
see the shows as an opportunity to spread the word about environmental
problems on american indian reservations.  "we're here to play music, but
we're here to use the music as a tool for change," ms. saliers said monday,
a day after the two-member band gave a free concert on the st. regis mohawk
reservation, which is near a federal superfund site north of buffalo.
"we're fighting battles that have to do with environmental racism," ms. ray
said, criticizing companies for locating dump sites near indian lands.
each concert along the 21-stop tour will include remarks about the environmental
cause from winona laduke, president of the indigenous women's network, the
indigo girls said.  indigo girls earned a grammy for their 1989 album
"indigo girls," best known for the hit single and video "closer to fine."

...and there you have it!

peace,

joan :-d

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from:         tricia becker <justmekick@aol.com>
subject:      re: meet & greet at every show?

in a message dated 9/11/97 2:06:52 am, you wrote:

>are there going to be "meet & greet" sessions at every show?

        meet an greets (for about any artist) depend on what's going on.  many
artists have m&gs in cities where there are lots of management, record label,
etc. people.  for these people, it's mostly to schmooze and make the person
feel like their job has perks.  on the other hand, some m&gs are not just for
execs. but also for fans.  giving the fans a chance to meet the artists.
many people think that every m&g will have food, drinks and a big ole party
with the artists.  most are not like that at all, but just shuffle the fans
through to say hi and get an autograph.  meet and greets are usually set up
my the tour's publicist.
        i'm not sure why tickemaster (or whomever it was) tells people there will be
a m&g.   not just anybody can show up and expect to get into the aftershow or
beforeshow m&g.  95% of the time, you have to be on a list to get into the
m&g.
        i've never heard of anyone being able to get into a m&g just because they
bought a $40 ticket.  (but i suppose it can happen, depending on who's
calling the shots.)

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hey all---

ok, i've been searching high and low for the elusive boot of the wheaton
concert (april, 1997)! i *know* someone booted it and then partially
started a tape tree, meaning some of you guys have the boot!!!

puhhleeeesee email me if you are the generous soul who has a copy of this
show!!! i'll do tricks for this boot!!


thanks!
therese :)

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date:         thu, 11 sep 1997 00:52:28 -0400
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hey y'all-

just thought i'd add a *little* update re: michelle malone's tour dates.

according to her home page (http://www.hidwater.com/mm/mmtour.html) -
michelle has *cancelled* all dates: sept 10-14 "due to illness"

her next sched appearance is sept 15 - nyc, tower records-downtown @
5:30 pm (instore) - she's at the bottom line on sept 15.

and for those of us in atlanta - she'll be at eddie's attic oct 8.

peace...
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seattle sat jul 12;1997 8:00pm ga  ga3 91  i love

johndawg

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i thought this was fun. weeeeeeeeeeeeeee
ben
on wed, 10 sep 1997 mchugh6@aol.com wrote:

>
> ---------------------
> forwarded message:
> from: mmchugh@dsgonline.com (meg mchugh)
> to:   sdunnell@dsgonline.com (susan dunnell), nmery@dsgonline.com (nadine
> mery), candrews@dsgonline.com (chyrl andrews), amosflo@juno.com
> ('amosflo@juno.com'), jcrane@sha.state.md.us ('jcrane@sha.state.md.us'),
> mary.mchugh@colorado.edu ('mary.mchugh@colorado.edu'), ag399@columbia.edu
> ('ag399@columbia.edu'), julie@hawkinsadv.com ('julie@hawkinsadv.com'),
> hillary_seegul@mail.amsinc.com ('hillary_seegul@mail.amsinc.com'),
> brian.p.carr@arthur.andersen.com ('brian.p.carr@arthur.andersen.com'),
> mchugh6@aol.com ('mchugh6@aol.com'), stchlo@aol.com ('stchlo@aol.com')
> date: 97-09-10 15:51:18 edt
>
>
>
> > -----original message-----
> > from:       ljorgensen@pbs.org [smtp:ljorgensen@pbs.org]
> > sent:       wednesday, september 10, 1997 10:02 am
> > to: kpiff1@rodalepress.com; lisakrause@aol.com; dthomas@cda.com;
> > eef4e@faraday.clas.virginia.edu; bbumgarn@sed.stel.com;
> > grunewal@cae.cig.mot.com; elizabeth_haverkamp@nthp.org;
> > meg_magistro@ga.pvt.k12.ct.us; meg mchugh; rhonda_bent@nthp.org
> > subject:    fwd(3): opticals :-)
> >
> >  ----------
> >
> > >scroll  down this message as fast as you can!!!
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> >
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date:         thu, 11 sep 1997 01:18:27 -0400
reply-to:     kellyksu@aol.com
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from:         kelly woodward <kellyksu@aol.com>
subject:      ppv request

hey all!  i know this is long overdue, but is there anyone out there who i
could get a copy of the ppv show from?  i just got hard rock live and went to
the concert at red rocks, and i love watching the girls perform live.  they
get so into all the songs they perform, and  i love hearing different
versions of the songs.  i would be very appreciative if there is anyone out
there who could do this for me.  i don't have anything to trade, but would be
willing to send you a blank or reimburse the cost.  please respond privately
at kellyksu@aol.com.
thanks!
~kelly

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date:         wed, 10 sep 1997 23:27:18 -0500
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from:         "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
subject:      amy bio a no-go

date:    wed, 10 sep 1997 09:49:21 -0400
from:    deb <indigo@mindspring.com>
subject: re: that amy bio

at 09:52 pm 9/9/97 -0500, lisa m. schreihart (me) wrote:
>okay, yep, aha, now i remember what was going
>around about that amy bio.  boo hoo.  :(  but, let's
>keep it in perspective...

then deb wrote:

>i'm sorry, but i can't see how any publisher is going to be interested
in a
>biography about half of a duo!  there may be a lot of amy fans here (and
>i'm one of 'em), but in the real world (where even an atlanta
entertainment
>newspaper has to explain who michelle malone is), i think an amy ray
("is
>she the blonde or the brunette?") bio is a non-starter.  and that's even
if
>the supposed author had demonstrated the ability to put together a
cohesive
>sentence in her e-mails to this list.

now, i write:

deb, et. al, by "boo hoo" i meant, i agree with you.  i did go on to say
that
a&e should write an autobio book about their concert travels.  if they
encorporate stuff about hte and other charities/political concerns,
it would be a very worthwhile undertaking.  i, for one, would never even
imagine leaving emily out of such a project.

lisa

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date:         thu, 11 sep 1997 00:53:38 -0500
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from:         "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
subject:      nigc - ani in iowa city 10-21

i know this isn't the ani list, but i thought some people
in the midwest might want to know that ani will be playing
the u. of iowa's memorial union on tues., oct. 21 at 9 p.m.
in iowa city, ia (only an hour from the il border and four
hours from chicago).  tickets go on sale at 10 a.m.
central time on friday at the memorial union box office
and all ticketmaster outlets.  i don't know if it's general
admission, but since the chicago 10-18 show is (and
that's at a theater), i figured the iowa city
show would be too.  is anyone from this list planning on
going?  i don't yet have anyone to go along with me, so
if anyone is interested in meeting up, let me know.  plus, are
there any plans yet for a meeting at the chicago show on
the 18th?

lisa

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from:         mel <melsouth@mindspring.com>
subject:      nigc-re: fwd: opticals :-) very fun!
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on wed 10 sep 22:27 -0700
benjamin slavin <verdi@imap2.asu.edu> wrote:

>i thought this was fun. weeeeeeeeeeeeeee
followed by an *extremely* long scroll optical with all of the previous
attachments intact.

i recently said that i have a sense of humor & vowed to try not to be "a
f___ing hard ass" in the future - however - my instincts have
overwhelmed me - therefore...

re: "re: fwd: opticals :-) very fun!"
ben slavin, i hereby publicly flame thee - for wasting such an enormous
amount of bandwidth by sending this to the entire list. furthermore, may
i suggest that in the future should you wish to share such things - that
you describe (in limited detail) the item and then offer to forward it
to anyone who cares to receive it by e-mailing you privately.
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date:         thu, 11 sep 1997 05:19:04 -0400
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from:         kathleen flaherty <kef1330@aol.com>
subject:      re: hammer and nail

<< >>my life is part of the global life
i'd found myself becoming more immobile
when i'd think a little girl in the world can't do anything.
a distant nation my community
a street person my responsibility
if  >>

not that this is any big deal, but i just thought i'd mention that at both
shea's and syracuse em changed <<...a street person...>> to <...a person on
the street...>> maybe she decided that street person is a label that she
doesn't want to use anymore?

cheers!
kathleen   kef1330@aol.com

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hey everyone!!!!!


ok, first, the nigc....ulali uses bb's in their coke cans.  about
one-third to half full.  wrap securley with tape.  shake and sing!!  :)

second-  i want a boot of the syracuse show!!  oh please dear god, i hope
someone taped it!!!  that set list blew my mind.  i am so happy they are
doing older stuff, and stuff we haven't heard in 3 or 4 years live.

now, if only they do "walk away..."  anyone at that show is a fortunnate
one, definitely!!

third....andy more info on the binghamton show?  any is appreicated....

peace, love and ig-

karrie

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from:         that girl <lturcotte@star.net>
subject:      last minute cancellations from michelle malone

from: "michelle.malone" <michelle.malone@musicfan.net>
to: elizabeth turotte <lturcotte@star.net>
subject: last minute cancellations from michelle malone

sorry to break the news, but i have postponed a few performances.

9/10  norfolk, va    friar tuck's
9/11 carrboro, nc  cat's cradle
9/13 wash, dc      wash, dc
9/14 camden, nj   wiggins park

i will be playing at tower records downtown(4th and broadway) in new york
city on 9/15.

come on down and say hi!

michelle

check out the record, call 1-888-getmusic x0786
to order "beneath the devil moon" call 1-800-221-8180

for merchandise write me at:
p.o. box 3092, decatur, ga 30031

www.hidwater.com/mm/   www.michellemalone.com


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date:         wed, 27 aug 1997 07:02:38 -0700
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from:         jan monforton <jmonfort@vannet.k12.wa.us>
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shoot, i really don't have time to be sending this, but i was thinking
about this and i hope you folks realize that the sticker i'm talking
about is not one of the bumper stickers that you can buy at the concerts.
i'm talking about the promo stickers that are business card sized and
have the dolls from the album cover on it. if anyone would like to change
their mind and withdraw their request for one, let me know.
-sam

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ignore this. i sent it to the list a couple weeks ago and it never got
posted. i have no idea why it appeared now.

on wed, 27 aug 1997, jan monforton wrote:

> shoot, i really don't have time to be sending this, but i was thinking
> about this and i hope you folks realize that the sticker i'm talking
> about is not one of the bumper stickers that you can buy at the concerts.
> i'm talking about the promo stickers that are business card sized and
> have the dolls from the album cover on it. if anyone would like to change
> their mind and withdraw their request for one, let me know.
> -sam

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from:         michelle reeves <chelle2930@aol.com>
subject:      re: 1997 tour shirt
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that's what the girl who sold me the shirt was told by the display where she
bought it.

>  at 07:35 pm 9/9/97 -0400, michelle reeves wrote:
>  >buck naked. as was their tour, acoustic only for that part of the tour.
>
>  i'm sorry, i find the idea amusing, but unlikely. :-)  it appears to me to
>  be a representation of the girls' recent interests in native americans and
>  the environment.  whatever it means, i had no trouble keeping those
t-shirt
>  $s in my pocket for once!
>
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greetings folks,

  i have temporarilly removed the address "ems420@aol.com" for repeated
bounces.  if someone out there in ig land recognizes this address,
wuold you be so kind as to alert him/her?  if they'd like to be
re-instated, please have them contact me at cmbecker@space.mit.edu.

                                thanks,

                                   chris

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subject:      albany show...

well, what did you think?  i was overwhelmed.  they were better then ever!!
anyone succeed in taping?

interested to know...
erin

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date:         thu, 11 sep 1997 09:00:34 -0400
reply-to:     "j. k." <kshucks@juno.com>
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from:         "j. k." <kshucks@juno.com>
subject:      is there a meet 'n greet in amherst or bates?
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hey kind friends!

        well, with all this talk about meet 'n greets, i was wondering if
there were any for the amherst or bates shows?...bates is entirely
general admission so i doubt it on that one, but the amherst ran up to
over $50...how does one know if one is eligible for this?...please email
the list (or me) as i'm sure there are lots of us who are going to either
show...*thanks*...

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reply-to:     lauree shampine <shampine@ll.mit.edu>
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from:         lauree shampine <shampine@ll.mit.edu>
subject:      re: meet & greet at every show?

>i've never heard of anyone being able to get into a m&g just because they
>bought a $40 ticket.  (but i suppose it can happen, depending on who's
>calling the shots.)

it's a special thing ig is doing to thank the people who bought the
premium tickets for the benefit shows.  it's all part of them going
the extra distance to do all they can to make the benefit a success...
like collecting the political action cards personally...

as you can imagine these aftershows are not your typical backstages...
partly because of the sheer number of over-stimulated ig fans :)
actually, i think that the "press conference" format after the
(spectacular) show in syracuse worked really well...

i don't know if they're doing this type of thing after every benefit
show or just after shows in theaters or in markets where they thought
maybe people needed a little extra incentive to buy the premium tickets.
the local folks i talked to at the syracuse show said the aftershow
was advertised in the newspaper add for the concert.

ps  thanks to the audience at the syracuse show for their part in
making it a really special time for my mother...her first ig concert
at 71...by the way, she's an amy person :)  she told me she "liked
the dark-haired one because she's such a live-wire."

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subject:      albany show- i met emily!!!!!!
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hey, y'all.

        i'm kind of floatly right now beacause i saw ig in albany last
night and i met emily saliers!!!!!!!  what a show- they opened with an
absolutely gorgeous a capella song and their harmonies were  just
exquisite. and they played "virginia woolfe"- what a night.  anyway, just
as i thought the evening couldn't get any better, the security guards
herded us back to our seats for some mysterious reason.   amy and emily
then announced that they were going to come into the audience and collect
the political action cards that were handed out as everyone entered the
theater.  my friends and i quickly scrounged for a pen and filled ours out
in record time, as emily slowly made her way to our row.  as she came
closer, i thought to myself, " i want to give her something so i can show
how much her music has touched me."   i rummaged in my pockets and all i
came up with was keys and binoculars.  then i looked at my hand.  i was
wearing my favorite ring, a delicate horse juming over a fence.  i slipped
it off my hand and when she collected the cards, i placed it in her hand
and quietly said, "this is for you."   she said, "thank you." and was gone
down the aisle to finish collecting the cards.  all i can say is wow.  i
thought you indigo types would appreciate the story.  anyway, emily if you
read this, take good care of my ring.  it's a special one.

                        take care and be happy,

                                sarah :-)

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"i am a lonely painter i live in a box of paints."  -joni mitchell

"there are no happy endings  because nothing ends." -smendrick, the last
unicorn

"you can talk a great philosophy, but if you can't be kind to people
everyday then
        it doesn't mean that much to me." -ani difranco


                       "there will always be stars in the wind
                         little lines on your face when you grin
                         and when it looks like you've done it again
                         and you just don't know where to begin
                         there will always be something to believe in."
                                      -shawn colvin

"and where does magic come from?  i think that magic's in the learning."
                -dar williams

"you have to laugh at yourself  because you'd cry your eyes out if you
didn't."  -emily saliers

"there are a lot of people who figure prominently in your life that you may
only nod to; it's
         better to stop and say hello." -amy ray

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hey all,
   has anybody heard about this mary washington date
(besides katherine, you lucky dog)?  i would love to get
tickets if anyone knows how/where/when...even though i
have a very important organic chemistry lab the next day,
darn it, i will sacrifice my dream of being a doctor to
see amy and emily play!  well, not really.  but if anyone
has any info, i would appreciate it.
                    thanks!
                     steph
stephanie lynne merhar
university of virginia
slm4b@virginia.edu
http://faraday.clas.virginia.edu/~slm4b

"learn to pretend there's more than love that matters -e.s.

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reply-to:     deb <indigo@mindspring.com>
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does anyone have amy's version of "redemption song" on a good quality
boot?  i'd love to arrange a trade.

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speaking of nashville.  i've been flipping through the channels, land on
tnn and guess what is playing.  hammer and a nail on club dance.  talk
about a slight bit of excitement.  they are making their way into more
areas of society than one might think.  who know's what is next.

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tricia becker wrote:

>         i've never heard of anyone being able to get into a m&g just because they
>   bought a $40 ticket.  (but i suppose it can happen, depending on who's
>   calling the shots.)
>
we're not talking about typical aftershows.  these are events specifically designed to
sell higher-priced seats.  everyone who buys those tickets gets to meet the artists
backstage after the show.  this isn't unusual for charity events; voters for choice, and
a disappear fear benefit show i attended did the same thing.

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if anyone booted this show, i'd love a copy.  i've been looking for a
boot with lwcty on it for a while and this one sounds like it's
pretty incredible!  :)

anna

"we do not draw people to christ by loudly discrediting what they
believe, by telling them how wrong they are and right we are, but
by showing them a light that is so lovely that they want with all
their hearts to know the source of it."  --madeline l'engle
http://narnia.emu.edu/pub/students/creechal/creechal.htm

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hi kids....ummm, okay, while we're on the subject of rage against the
machine...does anyone want my cd copy of evil empire? the cd that both amy and
emily have said they would take with them on a desert island? cuase okay,
here's the deal.

i liked rage's first cd...it was kickin. but this one...i can't deal with.
it's just soooo loud and bangy and grungy, and i prefer loud and bangy and
grungy in chyck music, not guys. call me sexist, , but this zack de la rocha is
no donna dresch! so please, if you want this cd, write me...i'll send it to you
for like 5 bucks, or a really good hunk of you know what, or we could trade
cd's, or whatever.....no bootleg offers please, i have so many bootlegs i'm
starting to use them as coasters.

xo, sus

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ms saliers and ms ray are.....

girls in indigo!!!

protecting the earth from the scum of the universe (the spice girls)


just for anyone who's interested.... i'm back...

john.


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i looked into the soul of the boy sitting next to me"

woody allen

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subject:      albany show

hi all!

just a quick report on the albany show.  john trudell sounded great.
winona laduke was inspirational.  the slide/film presentation was
enlightening.  the girls were incandescent (as usual)!

fashion report for those who care.  amy wore a light blue w/brown (?)
flowers polyester shirt (you know, one of those bad 70's shirts she loves
so much) and powder blue leather pants (which were a delight to look at
when ever she turned her back to the audience <g>).  emily wore a pale
green button down shirt over light blue leggings with green and yellow
flowers all over them.  both of them were gorgeous (as usual)!

i taped the show.  unfortunately i had technical difficulties in the
middle of the show and lost at least six songs.  what i have on tape is:

emily introducing winona laduke (clipped at the beginning)
winona's speech
the audio from the slide/film presentation

ig --   finlandia (wow! i can't believe they *opened* w/ this!)
        shame on you
        power of two
        tried to be true
        get out the map (no commentary this time about nukes)
        hey kind friend

this is where i flipped the tape and apparently messed something up.  the
whole b side of the first tape is distorted to the point of being
unrecognizable.

i think what i lost was (in no particular order. i was counting on the
tapes to produce the set list) least complicated.  the audience sang
along and sounded great.  a&e were obviously delighted. virginia woolf,
shed your skin, land of canaan. three girls w/ a banner jumped up on
stage and were immediately escorted off by security.  after the song amy
asked what happened.  she said she had her eyes shut so she didn't know
but she was sure that something happened.  it was all very funny.  then
she said that whenever she plays that song she pictures herself in a dorm
room a *long* time ago thinking about her girlfriend who was in england
sleeping with some guy. hammer and a nail (i'm not sure if they played
this or not.  i think so), leeds.  the audience did the ulali vocals for
part of the song.  it was really cool. redemption song and them saying
that they would come into the audience to collect the political action
post cards.  this is where i put a new tape in the deck, which has on
it...

        scooter boys (slightly clipped at the very beginning)
        cortez the killer (amy rocked on this and sb!!)
        kid fears (another surprise!  the audience sounded great!)
        galileo (big ol' sing along!  at one point amy just stood next to
her mike mouthing the words and grinning while the audience sang.)
        (encore)
        everything in it's own time
        bmhawk (w/ john trudell's guitarist and drummer)
        closer to fine (w/ lyndsey and molly, two girls from the audience
who were clearly ecstatic)

i hung around the stage door after the show with about 30 or 40 other
folks. after waiting about half an hour emily came out and signed a few
autographs.  she was clearly tired and didn't linger.  about 10 or 15
mins later amy came out and hung around signing autographs, answering
questions and hugged a few lucky folks.  i asked them both to sign my
copy of  "indigenous woman" magazine that i picked up at the show.  all
in all, it was a fantastic experience.  i've never hung around a stage
door before it was pretty cool.  i guess i'm a real groupie now.

anyway, that's what i got. what's there sounds awesome.  the sound is
excellent.  no  audience chatter on the tape. if anyone is interested in
a copy let me know, i'd be happy to trade or do blanks and a sase.  if
there are enough responses i'll see about treeing it.   this is my first
attempt at this sort of thing, so please be patient.

tuesday's child

charter member -- yknib ssim fan club

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hey, let me know if you already had a taker on this -- if not,
we can work something out!
trish

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hey everybody!

i was wondering whether y'all could help me with something...
i recently started my kristen hall collection with real life stuff and
thumbprint and since both are absolutely the best acoustic albums i've
heard in a while (not counting ig stuff), i feel compelled to get kristen's
two (?) other cds. unfortunately, i learned today that they are no longer
available here in europe... :-(.
so, finally, my question is, whether they are still available through some
mail order or something. (daemon only has thumbprint and real life, so ...)

on a different note:
does anybody know, if rdr has already a new web site up? i've tried
www.rainyday.com. could be the right one, but as of today it only says
under construction.
and... does somebody know what happened to ghost!, this on-line ig
memorabilia shop? they seem to have disappeared from the face of the web...

thanks in advance for helping me out!

take care,
be well
and peace,

kathrin
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hey kind friends...

my girlfriend and i were unable to get the "naked woman" t-shirts at the
last ig concert.  if anyone is going to see them soon and wouldn't mind
picking us up 2 t's we'd appreciate it.  please email me privately so we
can make arrangements.  thanks!

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i'm looking for dennis, the guy who was looking for a ride to the
amherst show
tomorrow night. i deleted your email by mistake

email me privately if you still need a ride.
lynda
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ok...get over it! it's not like i sent out something obscene.
some people.....
ben

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i am getting ready to attend my first general admission condert (bates),
and want to know general conduct codes.
for example...
do i need to consider heading directly from umass event to bates that night
in order to secure seats in the first 2 rows?
if i begin waiting in line at 6am, how can i eat, and go to the washroom,
without losing my place, or pissing people off?
it is probably ok to save a space in line for my gf, until she arrives...right?
what time do people begin queueing/lining up?
can i bring my sleeping bag, if so?
and anything that i have possibly overlooked.
thank you all for your input!
deb

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i'm looking for dennis, the guy who was looking for a ride to the
amherst show
tomorrow night. i deleted your email by mistake

email me privately if you still need a ride.
lynda

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oops!  sorry for that repost, folks.  somehow i had received this message
from lynda and thought it was sent to me instead of the list by mistake.
then i read my list mail and realized it was sent both places...

anna

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what you'll be doing for the rest of your life." --annie dillard
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j. k. wrote:

>         well, with all this talk about meet 'n greets, i was wondering if
> there were any for the amherst or bates shows?...bates is entirely
> general admission so i doubt it on that one, but the amherst ran up to
> over $50...how does one know if one is eligible for this?

if it is, you got a deal, because the dc show has the premium tix at $150.
but i wouldn't be surprised if that's unusually high.

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in a message dated 9/11/97 3:05:37 pm, deb wrote:

>we're not talking about typical aftershows.  these are events specifically
>designed to sell higher-priced seats.  everyone who buys those tickets gets
to >meet the artists backstage after the show.  this isn't unusual for
charity >events; voters for choice, and a disappear fear benefit show i
attended did the >same thing.

        like i said, i've not heard of many of these, but it can happen depending on
who's calling the shots.  i just didn't want people to think that if they
spend $50 on a concert ticket, that means that they will automatically be
invited to an aftershow the given artist.  because that simply is not true.
        i suppose that this specific tour might be having these meet and greets,
but in the whole scheme of things, most tours do not operate their m&gs this
way.

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in a message dated 9/11/97 6:06:39 pm, you wrote:

>there were two riots, one at hartford meadows and one at great woods in
>boston the same weekend. police and everything. apparently the meadows were
>trashed just what i know

         it's unfortunate that someone (police etc?) is blaming rage. (they are a
great band)  i think part of the reason they are having crowd problems is
because the openers crowd and rage's crowd are very different.

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at 02:35 pm 9/11/97 -0400, you wrote:
actually at the greatwoods show there was a problem because concerts are
supposed to end at eleven, and rage played past twelve and wouldn't stop.
you can imagine that could lead to problems. that's what it said in the
paper anyway.
of course it's not all their fault; they couldn't tear down the back fence
at the meadows without the crowd's hands.

>         it's unfortunate that someone (police etc?) is blaming rage.
(they are a
>great band)  i think part of the reason they are having crowd problems is
>because the openers crowd and rage's crowd are very different.
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i am looking for a bootleg, if there is one, of the july 9th show at champoeg
park, in st. paul, or.  i am new at the whole bootleg trading thing, so any
and all advice would be welcome.  i welcome personal email if you know of a
way to get this bootleg.  you can email me at betsy_miller@bulk.org

thanks,

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<< does anyone have amy's version of "redemption song" on a good quality
boot?  i'd love to arrange a trade.
  >>


it was exquisite at the syracuse show!  didn't anyone boot this show??
anyone?

cheers!
kathleen  kef1330@aol.com

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in a message dated 97-09-11 01:52:56 edt, you write:

<<         i've never heard of anyone being able to get into a m&g just
because they
bought a $40 ticket.  (but i suppose it can happen, depending on who's
calling the shots.)
  >>


actually, this time it's $50.  and, yep, that's exactly how they're doing it.
no lists.  ticketmaster generally doesn't know anything about it.  you have
to hear about it thru the grapevine.

cheers!
kathleen   kef1330@aol.com

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hey everyone,

yes, it's once again that magical time of week called "new song of
the week time".  this week's song, of course, is "i don't wanna
know", that great hoedown hootenanny song that we all love to sing
along to.  anybody have any (hopefully more constructive than
mine :) thoughts about this song that they want to share?

next: please, folks, don't post large junk messages to the list.
that "opticals" message from yesterday may have been "fun" but in
no way, shape or form was it igc and in no way, shape or form was
it relevant to this list.  in other words, it was 14k of wasted
bandwidth that did not belong on this list and should not have been
posted.

now, perhaps i should try to clarify some things here.  i know that
we get a lot of nigc talk on this list, and that's the way it's
always been.  but we do ask that nigc discussions don't take up too
much bandwidth and try to have at least some indigo girls content.
for example, this rage against the machine debate is nigc, sure, but
it does have some relevance to the girls because both a&e have said
that they like ratm.  plus, it's not taking up too much bandwidth.
if, say, someone were to post a 14k missive about how much they love
the left pinky finger of the band's drummer, then i would probably
step in and ask for the discussion to be taken to private mail.  the
invisible line lies somewhere in between, and we rely on the
discretion of each listmember to be able to tell where it's at.

okay.  remember, too, that this is real life - the lines sometimes
move around in the sand!  but that's basically how it works.

okey-doke, i'd better go and be late for work,
happy happy,
sherlyn
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= sherlyn koo - sherlyn@fl.net.au =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
-> i will be away from around september 25th to october 5th. <-
"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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date:         thu, 11 sep 1997 18:47:04 -0400
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duff email me off the list i lost some of my mail and yours was one of
them i got the tapes but theres a problem

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subject:      4.5 and a good day...

hi all!

just wanted to share my lovely day...i finally found an original shades of
indigo cd, got two ig video tapes i'm dying to see from one of our wonderful
fellow list members (thanks sasha!!! your stuff is in the mail, as is yours
sam), and in case anyone out there is interested...i found a copy of 4.5 for
$17.99, so if anyone can't find it anywhere else and wants to purchase it
"through me", e-mail me.  so that's my day.  hope everyone's is going equally
well...

marivel

"how small we are when our love is far away..."

                        k's choice/taken from some song
                        i heard at a concert last weekend
                        but whose name i still can't remember...

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subject:      re: nigc-re: fwd: opticals :-) very fun!

sorry, but with flaming and all, i have to say that i personally like
it when every once in a while someone sends something fun to brighten
our bleak (or at least my) little days. as long as it doesn't get out
of hands with chain letters and all, i say go for it.  donning my fire
fighter suit...
        leah

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re: mel's flame of ben slavin's "optical" & leah kaplan's post (as she
dons her fire fighter suit!)--

actually, if you read the last lines of the optical - it was originally
sent/meant as a (*cutesy*) chain letter.

but, it does make me feel better about what i had to say - since sherlyn
called it a "large junk message" and "wasted bandwidth" and said that it
"should not have been posted" - so, i have no regrets. (i did, after
all, get the highest grade in the class on the "donkey's patootie quiz"
& have since added to my high score - if that's possible!)

if you really need a day brightener that badly - try listening to ig.
their music (almost) always works for me.  :o)
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we all know how much good press rolling stone magazine gives ig (major
sarcasm).   much to my surprise this week's issue has a snippet on ig and
even a photo (gasp) in their random notes section.  the photo is of amy,
emily and patti smith.  amy is wearing that usual brown and white checkered
shirt that she has put some major mileage on.  i'm sure the tour bus has a
washing machine on board :).

anyway the blurb reads as follows (reprinted with permission equaling zero):

just call it lilith fair with attitude.  the indigo girls played two shows
at colorado's red rocks, where they brought along punk royalty patti smith
as their opening act. "we like to mix folk and punk together," said indigo
girl emily saliers.  the shows were a warm-up for the girl's honor the
earth tour, on which they're raising funds to fight plans for nuclear-waste
storage on american indian lands.  "it's the same horror tale of the
government chasing indians out of their homes by offering money," said
saliers.  "it's abominable."

aren't our girls so pc?  :)  next appearance in rs will surely be rudely
commenting on ig's next album saying they are still indigo girls and
haven't matured to indigo women yet  *sigh*.  so look for the article but
good lord don't buy the magazine.  i have a very old subscription that i am
waiting to run out so i have an excuse ;-).  later

greg

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i didn't know whether to laugh at this or not.

a few nights ago my 15 year old sister and i were gushing about various ig
songs at the dinner table when i was visiting home and my dad looked us
pretty blankly and said, "indigo girls? are they like the spice girls or
something?"

oh please. dad is a nice guy but just so out of it! obviously not so out of
it though that he's missed the phenomenon that is the spice girls.....

helen

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ok, flame me too.
i didn't mind the optical thing even though i guess it shouldn't have been
posted to this list.  scrolling down that was a lot more entertaining than
scrolling through entire reposts of messages, cookie recipes and 15
gazillion quotes in a signature file.
what we digestees go through....
lori

ps. from jude: carolyn's new ig bootlist url is
http://www.earthlink.com/~underdog
check it out and drool... =)

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subject:      nigc - shawn colvin

so.
i got the a few small repairs cd.
& i love it.
any fans out there who can tell me what the next shawn colvin cd i should
get?
any help would be great.

goodnight,
jami


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subject:      re: igc:  meet & greet at every show?  & hte broadcast?

<<   are they just having the sessions at
the shows where the top tickets were over $50? >>

well from what that guy was telling me (i consulted the terrible picture of
russell carter in the back on the bus y'all insert and i'm pretty sure that
that's who this guy was though his hair looks a lot different now) the m & g
tickets are only the $50 ones.  so i would presume that if the first few rows
of a show are still only $25 or so, then there probably is no m & g.
however, your best bet is to ask a security guy who is working at the front
of the stage during the show as these are the people who would be directing
you to the proper place for the m & g after the show.  if they haven't heard
of a m & g, it ain't happening.  and of course, you could always ask russell
if you see him.

cheers!
kathleen   kef1330@aol.com

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good evening all,

through a bizarre set of circumstances and sheer good fortune, we have ended up with four (4) extra tickets to the honor the earth concert in blacksburg, va. on sept. 20th. they are all non-student tickets. two are on row j, right center and the other pair are towards the back. we'll know more on those two soon as they should arrive by mail tomorrow or saturday.

tickets are $20 each - what we paid. first come, first served. we can overnight them or meet up at the show or at boone, nc the night before.

any takers? e-mail us directly please.

peace,

susan & jocelyn

"music is the brandy of the damned." - george bernard shaw

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subject:      ragin ig riots

jazz wrote;
<<there were two riots, one at hartford meadows and one at great woods in
boston the same weekend. police and everything. apparently the meadows were
trashed>>

you know....i saw somethin' that looked kinda like a
riot when ig played the pier in seattle.
i think there were picks involved.

;)
claire
"sorry, we gotta go there's a curfew ...
...ah what the hell ....' scooter booooys and ..."
amy ray (well ...it could happen ... :)

"what a beefy hip."
(cibo matto)

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hey listees

i've been playing around with some faboo fonts out on the net and was
wondering if anyone here has created an ig font, or know which ones they
used on their albums?  the so typeface in particular is really harmonious,
but it'd be kinda cool to see a 1200 curfews font/s, (hey imagine your term
papers in a&e's handwriting ; )  i've seen several "band" fonts out there,
so i don't think i'm way off base for this one.   anyone wanna make one?  i
don't really have the time to do it myself, but i can tell ya where to go if
you wanna learn.

heather, procrastinating as usual
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hello everyone.  after reading the vague faq and asking a few people
from the list, i have been unable to find an answer to my questions about
taping the ig.  i have been told (and could have guessed) that there are
some veteran ig tapers amongst us on the list.  so, if any one of you
(or a bunch of you) would like to help me out with a few answers, i'd be
most grateful.  here are a few questions i have about their policy:

#1:  do the ig allow taping off the soundboard??  or is only audience
       taping (having to bring mics and all) allowed??
#2:  obviously analog recordings are allowed.  are dat recordings??
#3:  are there any other restrictions that i would want to know about??

obviously sometimes the venue doesn't allow equipment inside.  but
that's not what i was wondering about.  assuming that the venue
doesn't care, i was just wondering what things are usually like for
regular tapers.

many thanks to anyone who can help me out.  sorry for making eveyone
read this, but hey, it is in everyone's best interests as far as keeping live
ig in everyone's stereos.  :)

peace
steve

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date:         thu, 11 sep 1997 21:36:32 -0500
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subject:      new mongrels - igc

i was wondering if anyone would happen to know
if there is another new mongrels cd in the works.
it would be a shame for all those great altanta
artists (including ig!) to put out such an awesome
album and then leave us hangin', with our mouths
gapin' and droolin' for more.  when i was going to
get my new mongrels cd signed by a&e at the
borders signing, i wanted to ask them about this
then, but i got something else signed instead, and
it slipped my mind.  anyone have the inside scoop?

lisa

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subject:      lilith boots anyone???  water is wide

i would love a boot of any of the lilith
shows where ig sang the water is wide
with sarah, et. al., in that great four-voice
harmony.  that was the highlight of
the concerts, i think.  can anyone help me
out?  anyone get a close-up picture of
the four ladies on stage?

i asked a while ago, when there was
some talk about the water is wide, where
this song came from.  i was told it is a
traditional song.  it surely is a traditional
melody.  i found that out in church last
sunday.  i was sitting in church listening
to the high school choir perform a song and
my ears perked up....."hey, that's 'the water
is wide'", i thought.  but they were singing
"amazing grace" to the same tune.  this
version was called "grace".  not only was
it done beautifully, but it reminded me of
ig and their harmony at the lilith fair.  can't get
away from ig moments, not even (especially not)
in church!  :)

lisa

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jen and everyone wondering about the meet & greets

if you paid $50, you have m&g tickets.  you don't have to do anything
special.  just wait by your seat after the show and security will tell you
where you are to go.  my advice is this:  #1 do not lose your ticket stub!
this is your only proof that you are eligible for the m&g.  do not allow a
security person to collect your stub even when they are checking them and
escorting you to the m&g.  at syracuse, there were some party crashers and
dave ellison was so pissed he was going to do a recheck of everyone's tickets
and several people said that security had taken their stub when they were
checking them in to the room.  #2  (and, i admit,  this one is cruel)  don't
ask other people sitting near you about the m&g unless you know that they
already know about it.  the fewer people who show up for it, the more likely
you will get a chance to meet the girls personally and shake their hands,
etc.

and, as i said before,
if any of you gets a chance to get up close so you can ask a question without
having to blurt it out in front of the entire group...please ask them if they
would be willing to release one copy of the video taken at syracuse (assuming
of course that the girls do not intend it for commercial release)  this was a
fantastic concert.  better than the ppv (imo), and for you amy fans, trust
me, you'll melt just looking at her.

also, in my opinion, the shea's concert was wonderful, but if i could only
have a boot of one of them, i'd want syracuse!


cheers!
kathleen   kef1330@aol.com

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......and who says the list master is god!
ben(running real,real fast to escape the many flames a comin' to him)

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bink tapped;
>you know....i saw somethin' that looked kinda like a
>riot when ig played the pier in seattle.
>i think there were picks involved.
>
     of course you saw this - you were the instigator to my memory.  ;-)

tracy - totally lying again

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so, who is going to this concert?
is there a get-together planned?

i'll be staying in boone friday night, and then traveling up to
blacksburg, va for that concert.

indigo to all,
   scott

p.s.  i think i'm sitting near you cheri.

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subject:      valdosta listgather - firm voice this time  :)

ok i guess since i cackled first i'll get to set on the egg so to speak....

anyone going to valdosta email me so i can make some kind of effort at geting
a listgather set up????  (not you, lisa, i already have you down <grin>)

thanks y'all!!!!

peace, harmony & indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism
  ~novitiate of suzanneglassism
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hey everyone,

i'm just about to take the list off the air to make a
few administrative changes.  hopefully it won't take
me more than half an hour to an hour at the very most.

when we come back we'll have, among other things:
        1) a new list signature
        2) a new welcome message
        3) a new subscription procedure

i'm also just about to update the list faq and the
indigo girls faq.

okey-doke, here goes.  hopefully most of you will never
even notice the downtime. :)

-sherlyn
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= sherlyn koo - sherlyn@fl.net.au =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
-> i will be away from around september 25th to october 5th. <-
"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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subject:      re : opticals

actually, i think the scrolling opticals thing was really nice and
funny....

getting ready with the fire hose,

john.

"anyone can be someone. but no-one can be everyone.
so if you want to be someone, it's best to be yourself"

lena fiagbe

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administrative requests should not be sent to the list!
all listserv commands should be sent to listserv@netspace.org.
indigo girls faq and indigo girls mailing list faq:
http://www.fl.net.au/~sherlyn/ig
=========================================================================
date:         fri, 12 sep 1997 19:36:09 +1000
reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
subject:      admin: we're back
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content-type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"

hey everyone,

well, all the changes seem okay and we're back on the air.

the main change will be for people who want to subscribe to
the list - it's now a two-step process.  i won't go into it
here but it's very simple and the list server leads you
right through it.  this has been added to provide an extra
layer of security for the list, by (hopefully) stopping
spammers and hoaxers from signing up false email addresses.

there's also a new welcome message and an updated list faq,
both of which i'll forward to the list in short order.  the
indigo girls faq has been updated too; you can find it on
the web at http://www.fl.net.au/~sherlyn/ig, or download it
via ftp from chris becker's site at space.mit.edu/pub/ig.
if you can't retrieve it by either of those methods, drop me
a line and i'll send it to you via email.

okay, i think that's all.  i'll be sending along the list
faq and welcome message very soon.

happy happy everyone,
sherlyn
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= sherlyn koo - sherlyn@fl.net.au =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
-> i will be away from around september 25th to october 5th. <-
"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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administrative requests should not be sent to the list!
all listserv commands should be sent to listserv@netspace.org.
indigo girls faq and indigo girls mailing list faq:
http://www.fl.net.au/~sherlyn/ig
=========================================================================
date:         fri, 12 sep 1997 20:32:35 +1000
reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
subject:      please save: new welcome message
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everyone,

here is the new version of the list welcome message.  please
save this; it should replace the previous version of the
welcome message.  i'll send the list faq along in a moment.

-sherlyn


============================================================

welcome to the indigo girls mailing list!

please read and save this message  which contains a short introduction to
the list and explanations of some  handy listserv commands. you will also
shortly receive  a copy of the  indigo girls mailing list  faq, which you
should also  read and save for  future reference. we also  recommend that
you download the indigo girls faq  (see the indigo girls mailing list faq
for instructions)  which contains information on  anything and everything
about amy, emily and their music.


advice for new listmembers
==========================

the list  is a strange  and wonderful place.  it can, however,  take some
getting  used to  which is  why we  have a  few words  of advice  for new
members:

- it's often a good idea to wait a  few days to get a "feel" for the list
before posting for  the first time. this  will also give you  a chance to
get up to date with the current topics of discussion.

- read the posting guidelines and the faq files which have been set up to
help you find your feet more quickly.

- remember that some  of the people on the list have  been here for years
and that discussions that  seem new to you may have  been hashed out many
times  before. experience  in reading  the  list and  posting on  certain
issues will help you determine these sorts of things more easily.

- most importantly - have fun!


listserv addresses to remember
==============================

listserv has  several addresses, each  of which serve  different purposes
relating to the  list. it is important to understand  the function of the
different addresses and when you should send mail to each.

the three main addresses to note are:

1)  indigo-girls@netspace.org -  any mail  sent to  this address  will be
automatically forwarded  to each  active subscriber  of the  indigo girls
mailing list.  there are  currently around  1000 people  on the  list, so
think  about  whether your  message  is  really  intended for  such  wide
distribution before you  post it. you should also think  about whether or
not your message conforms to the posting guidelines which are laid out in
the indigo girls mailing list faq.

2) listserv@netspace.org - all listserv commands should be sent here.

3) indigo-girls-request@netspace.org - all mail sent to this address will
be automatically forwarded to jude shabry  and sherlyn koo, the owners of
the indigo girls mailing list.


some handy listserv commands
============================

here  is an  explanation  of  some of  the  most  commonly used  listserv
commands. all  these commands  should be  sent, in the  body of  an email
message,  to  listserv@netspace.org (not  to  indigo-girls@netspace.org).
they will then be placed in a queue for the listserver to process as soon
as it can.

1) to subscribe to the indigo girls mailing list:

                   subscribe indigo-girls <your name>

(replace "<your  name>" with your real  name. you will be  sent a message
which leads  you through the  second and  final step of  the subscription
process.)

2) to unsubscribe from the indigo girls mailing list:

                          signoff indigo-girls

3) to switch from bounce to digest form:

                         set indigo-girls digest

4) to switch from digest to bounce form:

                        set indigo-girls nodigest

(see the  indigo girls mailing list  faq for an explanation  of the terms
"bounce" and "digest".)

5) to temporarily put your subscription "on hold" while on vacation:

                         set indigo-girls nomail

(note that  if you're going away  for a long time  or leaving permanently
you should unsubscribe using the "signoff" command.)

6) to reactivate your subscription after it's been set to "nomail":

                          set indigo-girls mail

7)  to  get  a  list  of   names  and  email  addresses  of  all  current
non-concealed members of the indigo girls mailing list:

                           review indigo-girls

8) to hide your name and email address from the "review" command:

                        set indigo-girls conceal

(note that even if you set this  option on, the list owners will still be
able to see you even though no one else can.)

9) to  find out your  current subscription  options for the  indigo girls
mailing list:

                           query indigo-girls

10) to get a basic help file on listserv commands:

                                  help

11) to get a more advanced help file on listserv commands:

                              info refcard

12) to  get a list  of all archive files  available for the  indigo girls
mailing list:

                           index indigo-girls

(the indigo girls  mailing list is archived by week,  going right back to
when the current version of the list was started in 1995.)

13) to order an archive file from the server:

                       get indigo-girls <filename>

(replace  "<filename>" with  the  name of  the file  you  wish to  order.
typically a log file will have a name that looks like "logxxxxx", eg. get
indigo-girls log9505b.)


what to do if you're having trouble with listserv commands
==========================================================

some listserv commands, notably "signoff" and "set", will not work unless
you are  sending your message from  exactly the same address  under which
you are subscribed to the list. if  you sent a command to the list server
and the server returned an error  message reading "you are not subscribed
to the  list", try sending the  message again from the  same machine from
which you  originally subscribed. ask  your system administrator  or your
provider's support department if in doubt.

if  you sent  a command  to the  list server  and the  server returned  a
message reading "unknown command", read  the help file available from the
server to find out the correct command syntax.

if you have read the help  file, re-tried the command, and still received
an error message,  contact the list owners, jude shabry  and sherlyn koo,
at indigo-girls-request@netspace.org.


============================================================

once  again,  welcome to  the  list!  we  look  forward to  reading  your
contributions.

sherlyn and jude,

owners, indigo girls mailing list

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all listserv commands should be sent to listserv@netspace.org.
indigo girls faq and indigo girls mailing list faq:
http://www.fl.net.au/~sherlyn/ig
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date:         fri, 12 sep 1997 20:36:47 +1000
reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
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from:         sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
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=====================================================
indigo girls mailing list: frequently asked questions
=====================================================
version 1.7
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last modified: 12 september 1997.

copyright 1997 jcsdoubled.  all rights reserved.

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

table of contents
=================
1. what's new in this faq
2. questions about the indigo girls mailing list
3. questions about how the list works
4. the posting guidelines
5. questions about indigo girls
6. miscellaneous questions
7. acknowledgements


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

september 12, 1997 - updated section 5 to include more up-to-date
    information regarding upcoming tours
september 6, 1997 - removed some of the information about listserv
    commands, added them to the mailing list welcome message instead


2. questions about the indigo girls mailing list
================================================

2.1. what is the indigo girls mailing list?

the indigo girls mailing list is a fan forum devoted to discussion of
the music of the indigo girls and related artists.  all are welcome,
and we strive to maintain a friendly, flame-free atmosphere.
currently the list membership stands at roughly 1000 members from all
walks of life and from all around the world.

the list is maintained by jude shabry and sherlyn koo.  if you have
any administrative problems or queries about the list, contact jude
and sherlyn at indigo-girls-request@netspace.org.


2.2. do amy and emily know about the list, and how do they feel about
        it?

amy and emily do know about the mailing list; indications are that
they have mixed feelings about it.  when asked in a 1994 interview
how she felt about the list amy said, "well, there are positive parts
about that.  a lot of that internet stuff has helped a lot of
musicians that i know as far as publishing tour schedules.  the only
negative ramification i see is when people start talking about your
personal life... i appreciate the support it gives us, but... well,
it is not necessary to try and guess where somebody lives.  or guess
where you saw somebody the other night... but the support of the
music itself, i think that is a brilliant idea.  to support musicians
through the whole computer system i think is great."


3. questions about how the list works
=====================================

3.1. how do i post to the list?

direct your email to:
    indigo-girls@netspace.org

the list server will then send a copy of your message to every person
who is an active member of the mailing list.  before you send your
message, think about whether it conforms to the posting guidelines
outlined elsewhere in this document.


3.2. what is the difference between the "bounce" and "digest" forms
        of the list?

"digest" means the list server will compile all messages sent to the
list and send them to you as one long message, either every 24 hours
or when a certain size quota is reached, whichever happens first.
"bounce" means that messages will be individually "bounced" out to
you as soon as the list server receives them.


3.3. what listserv commands do i need to know about?

a list of common listserv commands and how to use them is contained
in the welcome message which you should have received when you joined
the list.  if you did not receive this message, contact the list
owners jude and sherlyn at indigo-girls-request@netspace.org.

if you are not subscribed to the list but would like to join, send an
email message with no subject line to:
    listserv@netspace.org
in the body of your message put (replacing "<your name>" with your
real name):
    subscribe indigo-girls <your name>


4. the posting guidelines
=========================

4.1. why do we need posting guidelines at all?

the posting guidelines are intended to help keep the list "on track".
always remember that the purpose of the list is to provide a forum
in which fans can discuss the music of the indigo girls.  many people
on the list have neither the time nor inclination to read non-indigo
girls-related messages.  please be considerate and keep the posting
guidelines in mind when posting to the list.


4.2. what are the posting guidelines?

the guidelines for posting on the indigo girls mailing list are as
follows:

1) read the indigo girls faq before posting questions to the list.
see below for instructions on obtaining the faq.

2) check your message headers
mail intended for the whole list should be addressed to
"indigo-girls@netspace.org".  private responses to public messages
should be sent directly to the person to whom you wish to reply.

make sure that the subject line is relevant to the content of your
message.  adding "nigc" to the subject if your message is not indigo
girls related is also a good idea (more about this below).

3) delete all irrelevant text from quoted replies
delete any irrelevant sections of any quoted material before sending
your message to the list.  this includes other peoples' signatures,
any text that does not pertain to the topic, and any message headers.

4) read through all your mail before you reply
read through all your mail before you jump in with a reply to a
question that's been asked, in case the answer has already been
posted.  also, if you want to reply to several different messages it
is often a good idea to consolidate your replies into one long
message rather than sending several short messages.

5) use private email where appropriate
remember that the purpose of the list is to discuss the music of the
indigo girls, so if your message is private or is not indigo girls
related, it may not always be appropriate to send it to the entire
list.

this does not mean that off-topic discussion is not welcome on the
list.  on the contrary, sometimes off-topic subjects are interesting
and even relevant (for example, discussing a local band or looking
for bootlegs of certain shows).  however, please try to limit
discussion to subjects that have at least some relevance to the music
of the indigo girls.

6) mark non-indigo girls-related messages "nigc"
if you are sending a message to the list that is not directly indigo
girls related, you should mark the header "nigc", eg. "looking for ed
smith (nigc)".  this indicates that your message has no indigo girls
content.  again, try to limit the discussion to subjects that have at
least some relevance to the music of indigo girls.  for example, nigc
does not mean "well, there's no ig discussion, so let's talk about
movies/hair styles/candy bars!"

7) do not post gossip about amy and emily
we respect amy and emily and their right to privacy.  therefore,
please do not post any sort of gossip about their private lives to
the list.  note that this includes reports of "sightings", such as,
"i saw amy at the supermarket last night!"

8) keep your signature short
keep your signature short (anything up to four or six lines is
considered short), or, if it's long and you don't want to change it,
turn it off when posting to the list.  this conserves bandwidth.

9) think before you flame, and if you must flame, use private email
if you must flame, do so via private email.  if you send a flame to
the entire list you run the risk of being flamed by many other people
in retaliation.  remember too that if you send a flame, it reflects
not only on the person that you are flaming, but also on yourself.

10) do not forward private email to the list
a long-standing rule of internet etiquette is that private emails
should not be forwarded to public forums without the author's
explicit permission.  this means that if someone sends you a private
message that you wish to share with the list you should ask the
author first.  note that this also includes flame emails, which
should be dealt with privately rather than forwarded to the list.

11) avoid "me too!" posts
messages which are nothing more than an entire quoted message
followed by "me too!" waste bandwidth and contribute nothing to the
development of a conversation.  if you feel that you must send this
sort of post, you should either send it via private email or else
make sure that your message has other content as well.

12) do not send email attachments to the list
do not send messages which contain any kind of email attachment to
the list.  many people do not have the facilities to view such files,
and attachments which contain executable computer code are also one
of the most common ways to transmit computer viruses over the
internet.  if you have a file or a picture that you would like to
share with the list you should find a www site to host it, rather
than sending a large attachment to the list.  you can then let the
list know the url of the file or picture and listmembers can retrieve
it at their leisure.  this also serves to conserve bandwidth.

13) avoid hoax emails, cross-posts, chain letters, etc
there are a few hoax emails that are constantly being forwarded
around the internet.  obviously, if you are sent one of these, do not
forward it to the mailing list.  some of the most common hoaxes are:
    - warnings about viruses called "pkzip.300", "penpal greetings"
        and "good times"
    - a request for "get well" cards for a young boy with leukemia
    - a message purportedly containing a recipe for mrs field's
        cookies
    - various "get rich quick" and "make money fast" schemes

also, please refrain from forwarding cross-posts (messages which are
sent to many unrelated forums at once), chain letters, humor stories
or large files to the list.  if you would like to share this sort of
message with the list, first post a short note describing the content
of the message and offering to forward it to anyone who is
interested.  if enough people express interest you may want to then
forward the message to the list.  however, please do not
indiscriminately forward these sorts of files to the list.

14) how to deal with spam
"spam" is the common term for junk emails (usually advertising)
which are sent to large sections of the internet at a time.  these
posts are annoying but unfortunately hard to avoid.  if you receive
a spam email from the list, you should either ignore it or send your
reply directly to the original poster.  do not post complaints or
flames to the list.  while it is almost guaranteed that everyone on
the list is as annoyed as you are, the resultant spate of flame
emails is often more annoying than the original spam itself.

15) how to conduct surveys over the list
if you want to conduct any kind of survey over the list, you should
present your idea to the list and ask people to send their responses
to you via private email.  you can then compile the data and post
the results to the list at a later date.  this keeps the volume of
email on the list down.

16) what to do if you think the list is dead
the list server dies from time to time and is always restarted as
soon as the problem is discovered.  if you're not sure whether the
server is still running you should refrain from posting until you
receive proof that the server is up.  sending "is the list running?"
messages is pointless if the list is not running and a waste of
bandwidth if it is.  if you want to confirm whether or not other
people have been receiving list mail, privately mail someone from the
list and ask them instead.

if you haven't been receiving list mail, another possibility is that
you have been dropped from the subscription list (this also happens
from time to time).  use the "review" command to see who is
subscribed to the list.  if your name is not on the subscription list
you will need to resubscribe to the mailing list.


5. questions about indigo girls
===============================

5.1. is there a faq file about the indigo girls?  how do i get it?

the indigo girls faq has been made as comprehensive as possible;
many questions have been answered there that have not been addressed
in this document.  it is highly recommended that anyone with
questions about amy, emily or their music read the faq.

the faq is available:
    - on the www at http://www.fl.net.au/~sherlyn/ig
    - via anonymous ftp from space.mit.edu, in directory pub/cmb/ig

if you cannot retrieve the faq by either of the above methods, it is
also available by email from sherlyn koo (sherlyn@fl.net.au).


5.2. what are indigo girls currently up to?

[september 12, 1997]
the new album "shaming of the sun" was released on april 29 and
debuted at #7 on the billboard album chart, selling 78,000 units via
soundscan in its first week of release.  it was certified gold in
july.  the first single, amy's "shame on you", was commercially
released in australia in early july but has not been released in the
us.  the video for "shame on you" has already been aired on
television in several countries.  the second single from "shaming of
the sun" will be emily's "get out the map".

amy and emily recently finished touring with lilith fair and have
just begun the 1997 honor the earth benefit tour.  this year's tour
will be on the east coast and will end on october 2nd.  the focus of
the tour will be to raise public awareness and opposition to plans
for nuclear waste storage on native american lands.  the tour's
highlight will be a special "no nukes" call to action concert with
bonnie raitt in washington, d.c. on september 24th.

after the honor the earth tour, indigo girls will play more club and
theater dates, some of which have already been announced.  a tour
of australasia is planned for january 1998.

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


6. miscellaneous questions
==========================

6.1. what are all these acronyms?

some song titles, album titles, and phrases crop up so many times in
conversation that they are often abbreviated or turned into acronyms.

some of the more common acronyms include: igc (indigo girls content),
nigc (no indigo girls content), a&e (amy and emily), sf ("strange
fire"), nis ("nomads*indians*saints"), rop ("rites of passage"), so
("swamp ophelia"), sots ("shaming of the sun"), latul ("live at the
uptown lounge"), ws ("watershed"), ctf ("closer to fine"), tmf
("touch me fall"), jcs ("jesus christ superstar"), soc (stream of
consciousness), rdr (rainy day records), and hte (honor the earth).

other acronyms which are commonly used on the internet include: irc
(internet relay chat), btw (by the way), imho (in my humble
opinion), fwiw (for what it's worth), lol (laughing out loud), otoh
(on the other hand), and rotfl (rolling on the floor laughing).

there are, of course, many more.  if you are having trouble figuring
out what an acronym stands for, remember that it will usually be a
song title or a reference to some subject that has been under
discussion on the list recently.


6.2. is there any sort of list merchandise available?  can i organize
    to have some made?

every so often someone will arrange to have a batch of t-shirts,
bumper stickers, buttons etc made and sold on the list at cost.
these items are limited editions and only available under the terms
laid down by their creators (timeframe, cost etc).  currently the
"official indigo girls mailing list t-shirts" are being offered
roughly once a year.  if there are no list merchandise projects
underway when you join the list, be patient.  these projects are
often under development, so watch for announcements on the list.

if you want to organize one of these projects yourself there are
certain legalities to be aware of.  in particular, remember that the
name "indigo girls" is a registered trademark and that most pictures
of amy or emily (including album covers) and all lyrics are under
copyright.  before you go ahead with the production of any list
merchandise make absolutely certain that you are not violating any
copyrights.  you should also check that the list is in favor of your
project (see below).


6.3. i want to organize a project on behalf of the list.  can i use
   the list name in relation to my project?

before organizing any sort of list merchandise or community project
on behalf of the list you should first check that the list is in
favor of your project.   if you gain list approval you will be
obliged to keep the list up to date with the progress of your
project.  if there is widespread objection to your proposal you
should not use the list address (indigo-girls@netspace.org) in any
way relating to your project, either in its physical design or when
contacting indigo girls' management regarding the project.  if there
is dispute the matter should be referred to the list owners.  the
list owners also reserve the right to veto your use of the list name
at any time.  it should also be noted that the best way to contact
russell carter artist management is by writing them a letter, rather
than calling on the phone.


6.4. what are boots?  how can i get some?

a "boot", which is short for bootleg, is an unauthorized concert
recording.  boots come in two varieties - "professionally" created
bootlegs, usually released as cds which have been pressed in europe
under loopholes in copyright laws, and "homemade" tapes made by fans
who take tape recorders into concerts or obtain copies of soundboard
recordings of the show.  almost all bootlegs are created by the
second method.

the best way to get bootleg tapes is to arrange a tape trade with
someone from the list.  if you don't know anyone who has any boots
and you're interested in trading, the best thing to do is to send a
short message to the list asking if anybody is interested in trading
with you.  see below for the list policy regarding bootleg trading.


6.5. are boots illegal?

most venues ban recording equipment, both audio and video, and may
confiscate your tape recorder if they find it.  however, whether
bootlegging is actually illegal depends more on where you are and on
what you do with the product.  one thing is for certain - it is
always illegal to make a profit from one of these recordings!


6.6. what is the list policy regarding boots?

members of the list have asked amy and emily about the bootleg issue
and they have taken the "grateful dead" stance.  that is, they have
no problem with fans taping shows (depending, of course, upon the
venue policy), but you are on your honor not to sell the recordings.
trading is fine, and the list's policy reflects amy's and emily's
wishes.  boots are free to be traded for either another boot, a blank
tape, goods to the equivalent value, or the cost of the tape and
postage.  people selling homemade boots are not welcome on the list.
it is recommended that you don't do any business with someone
offering to sell you a boot because someone else will certainly trade
with you.  and in order to help out those new to trading, boot
traders are encouraged to take a blank tape in return for a recording
if the tradee has nothing to offer.


6.7. what are the "must have" boots?

there are a few early bootlegs which are recommended for anyone who
is thinking of starting a bootleg collection.  these include:
    - "tuesday's children" (1981), an early "studio" tape recorded in
        amy's basement
    - "color me grey" (1982/1985), amy's solo tape, initially
        recorded in 1982, a more widely circulated version released
        in 1985
    - "blue food" (1985), an early independent release
    - "live at the purple parrot" (1986), a much-circulated audience
        recording


6.8. what is a tape tree, and how do they work?

sometimes an exceptional boot or compilation tape will be of very
high interest to the list at large.  in order to make life easier for
the owner of the tape and to ensure that everyone who wants the tape
will receive a fairly early generation copy, the tape owner (the
trunk) will make copies for a few people (the branches), who in turn
make copies for everyone else (the leaves).  the trunk keeps the
master tape, the branches receive a 2nd generation copy, and each
leaf receives a 3rd generation copy.  this is called a tape tree.

typically trees will be announced on the list along with a list of
the names of the branches.  branches are usually divided either by
region, last name, zodiac sign, or some combination of the three.
when a tree is announced, it is good form to contact the person who
is handling your branch as soon as possible; they will let you know
what further action you need to take to obtain a copy of the boot.


7. acknowledgements
===================

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

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

thank you also to the fearless founder of the current list, jude
shabry (jude@netspace.org), to carolyn spidle for the lifeblood site,
and to all the list owners and members past and present.

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

                                                          a + e = ig

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--- ben wrote:
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some people.....
ben
--- end of quote ---
actually ben, if it was obscene, i personally woulda been a lot more
entertained

sus

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hey everyone,
   i have a few questions that i'm sure you know the
answers to.  first, what is the redemption song and where
can i hear it?  second, i've gotten really into joni
mitchell lately and was wondering if emily ever sings any
of her songs live (besides "river"), and if so, if anyone
has any boots of those songs?  and third, i wrote down on
my calendar "indigos on abc" on sunday. are they really on
tv then or was i just smoking crack when i wrote that?
                thanks,
                stephanie

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but it's alright" -e.s.

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in case anyone is interested, rockontv lists ig to be on pbs on-tour on
november the 8th.  the listing is: joan osborne, indigo girls, lush, freda
payne 11/08.  so get those vcrs ready and tune in.  i've never watched the
show so i don't know what to expect.  anyone know anything about it?

rob

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i called my local pbs station in albuquerque [knme] and the really nice lady
told me:

it is a series.  it will start airing here in january on saturday nights at
10:30 p.m.  she couldn't tell me [yet] which saturday would air the segment
with ig.  i'm sure it's a discretionary type of programming for your local
pbs stations.  also, our pbs station has a "studio store" and it's possible
you can purchase the series.  i know they have lots of other series tapes
available.

just some info.

btw - thanks, listees.  you've given me some great info, lots of fun, and a
real sense of common love.

sabrina

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subject:      not really igc/ig "child's play"

     i have a "guess-what-my-kid-did-today" story that i thought was really
     funny and wanted to share it with people who would appreciate (well,
     at least see) the humor in it.

     yesterday afternoon, as i was picking up my four year old daughter,
     emily elizabeth, from preschool, i walked into a game she was playing
     with her little friend, samantha, that obviously emily had devised
     herself. emily (who loves the video for "hammer and nail") had decided
     she and samanatha would play "indigo girls".  so, emily, strumming her
     air acoustic, begins jumping around the playroom, shaking her head,
     and "painting".  samantha, thinking this was a fun game after all,
     began to jump, strum her air acoustic, and shake her head as well.
     upon seeing this, emily abruptly stops and yells, "no, samantha, you
     are emily!  emily doesn't jump around, only amy does!"

     so, a four year old has picked up on the "wild" amy and more subdued
     emily and ig have made it to becoming a preschool playground game. now
     all i can see is indigo girls becoming a mother goose nursery rhyme.

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hey all!  if anyone has any extra tickets to the following concerts, i
would be very grateful to purchase them from you:

*(2) tickets to indigo girls in jax, florida  9/25/97
*(2) tickets to indigo girls in tampa, florida  9/26/97
*(1) ticket to sarah mclachlan in atlanta, georgia  10/11/97

please let me know if you have any info on people who are willing to sell
any extra tickets they may have!  i'll do anything...  well, almost!

thanks!


peace,
amy

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>i didn't know whether to laugh at this or not.
>
>a few nights ago my 15 year old sister and i were gushing about various
ig
>songs at the dinner table when i was visiting home and my dad looked us
>pretty blankly and said, "indigo girls? are they like the spice girls
or
>something?"

hey, my dad is the same. the other night he told me we were going out to
eat, and i sighed and he said "who'd you rather be going out to dinner
with?? the indigo girls?" and i just gave him the 'are you trying to be
funny' look and then he laughed and said "you can go with the indigo
girls. i'd take the spice girls!"

fathers.....


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actually, i saw them on on tour on pbs a few weeks ago just by chance.
right after sting.  i had left for a few minutes and when i came back,
they were singing shame on you, and i think there was might have been a
little bit of an interview, but maybe not.  i dunno.
amanda

on fri, 12 sep 1997, rob hite wrote:

> in case anyone is interested, rockontv lists ig to be on pbs on-tour on
> november the 8th.  the listing is: joan osborne, indigo girls, lush, freda
> payne 11/08.  so get those vcrs ready and tune in.  i've never watched the
> show so i don't know what to expect.  anyone know anything about it?
>
> rob
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well i asked both my dads about the girls as they are both kinda hip about
music. my biological father has been in bands and way deep into music all
his life and my step-dad just loves to listen to music (he took me to all
the kewl concerts when i was a kid) anyways:

biological dad says " aren't they the 2 lesbians <geesh come on dad!> yea,
i've heard them and seen them on tv..you'll have to play their cd for me
when i get there"

step-dad says "yes, those are those 5 funny looking girls from england"
rotflmao

well my bio dad gets here in about 2 weeks and i will have him listen to
more of their stuff and i am sure i can get him hooked cause he is still
really kewl. my step is so funny, he tries so hard to be hip, but doesn't
always make it. i'll have to turn him onto them also...

well...just thought i'd add my $.03

at 08:24 am 9/12/97 pdt, you wrote:
and my dad looked us
>>pretty blankly and said, "indigo girls? are they like the spice girls
>or
>>something?"
>
and then becca wrote:

>hey, my dad is the same. the other night he told me we were going out to
>eat, and i sighed and he said "who'd you rather be going out to dinner
>with?? the indigo girls?" and i just gave him the 'are you trying to be
>funny' look and then he laughed and said "you can go with the indigo
>girls. i'd take the spice girls!"
>
>fathers.....
>

heathera


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subject:      re: nigc, joan baez-  water is wide
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on thu, 11 sep 1997, lisa m. schreihart wrote:


okay, have joan baez and james taylor ever recorded the water is wide
together?  i swear i heard them singing it together on the radio
several months ago.  i have most of james taylors stuff, and some joan
baez, but i havent heard it on any of those albums.  i know she has
recorded it, but what album is it on, and is it
james taylor who is singing with her, or was i hallucinating?
amanda

ps  i too would be interested in lilith boots of the water is wide.  i
cried.  that was one of the most beautiful things i have ever heard.

>
> i asked a while ago, when there was
> some talk about the water is wide, where
> this song came from.  i was told it is a
> traditional song.  it surely is a traditional
> melody.  i found that out in church last
> sunday.  i was sitting in church listening
> to the high school choir perform a song and
> my ears perked up....."hey, that's 'the water
> is wide'", i thought.  but they were singing
> "amazing grace" to the same tune.  this
> version was called "grace".  not only was
> it done beautifully, but it reminded me of
> ig and their harmony at the lilith fair.  can't get
> away from ig moments, not even (especially not)
> in church!  :)
>
> lisa
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i have heard that another one might be on the way.  i can't for the life of
me remember right now where i heard this...i don't think it was when i talked
to mm...i'll have to think about it.  but i'm pretty sure i heard that they
at least *want* to do another one. :)
~jen

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> not that this is any big deal, but i just thought i'd mention that at both
> shea's and syracuse em changed <<...a street person...>> to <...a person on
> the street...>> maybe she decided that street person is a label that she
> doesn't want to use anymore?
>
> cheers!
> kathleen   kef1330@aol.com

        actually, i think she's been using that altered lyric for a while
now.  not, that h&an gets played that often any more, but i've heard this
on some "old" boots.  i'm not recalling dates, but maybe even back to just
after n*i*s.  i did not go to any tours then, so i can't say for sure.
does anyone know/recall?  sorry, if this seems petty.

peace, melissa

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

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

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does anyone know what the next (publicized)  release from sots will be?  i
like soy, and it's great that it's getting airplay, but i heard it twice in
one hour last night flipping though the dial!  i've never gotten sick of an
ig song before, but this one is coming close...
thanks!  jessica

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> i have heard that another one might be on the way.  i can't for the life of

that would be the best.  i haven't stoped listening to not dead (yet)
since i got it in the mail a few weeks ago.  i was wondering...does anyone
have guitar chords/tab for any of the nm songs?  i'd greatly appreciate it
if you'd email me privately and let me know....thanks,java.

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>>  at 07:35 pm 9/9/97 -0400, michelle reeves wrote:
<snip a description of the naked lady/manakin/whatever shirt>
>>  the environment.  whatever it means, i had no trouble keeping those
>t-shirt
>>  $s in my pocket for once!

which is, in fact, why (mainly) i bought it. i thought to myself: "here is
the biggest white elephant in indigo history." and so i felt i had to have
one. kind of like buying an edsel, really.

problem is, they're still selling the things. oh well; good for the girls,
i suppose.

tony
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<<  i've never watched the
show so i don't know what to expect.  anyone know anything about it? >>


i believe it will just be a clip from the ppv.  that's what they (pbs on
tour) did last time.

cheers!
kathleen   kef1330@aol.com

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cool! thanks for the info. i've been in the dark for so long with this
newsgroup  because i haven't been able to keep up with all my emails.
eeeeeegads! glad i finally read them today so i can check this out.

by the way.... about that music newsletter someone was talking about a
while ago  - it rocks!  (the one you can get for free at
http://www2.music.sony.com/musicdb/join  )


thanks. thanks and thanks.

-dawn

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date:         fri, 12 sep 1997 20:14:44 -0400
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subject:      igc:  hte/monsterbit site works!  at last!

hello everyone!!

i can't remember everyone who wanted this info, and i thought that everyone
would (obviously) be interested in this, so here's the info on the
hte/monsterbit site!

the honor the earth "netcast" is finally working.  they have several songs on
the site, and promise to add more after tonight's show.   here is the text
from the site:
******************************************************************************
*********
today marks the end of the first week of the 1997 honor the earth tour.
please listen to the opening press conference featuring winona laduke, amy
and emily (indigo girls), and agnes williams (iwn).

the indigo girls (amy ray and emily saliers) are choosing a song a night to
broadcast on www.honorearth.com. what better way to kick off the tour than
with a great take of "closer to fine" at the st. regis mohawk community
center! the crowd at buffalo, ny went crazy during "shame on you" so we want
to share that with everyone. "get out the map" was a hit at syracuse, ny. we
were unable to record in the venue at albany, ny so the girls wanted to give
everyone a special treat...a dressing room impromptu cover of james taylor's
"bartender's blues" with sara and jerry singing along. tonight night is a big
night in amherst, mass...stay tuned!
******************************************************************************
*****
the web site address is:  http://www.honorearth.com/tournetcast.html

=)
lisa

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date:         fri, 12 sep 1997 20:27:13 -0400
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melissa wrote:

<<> not that this is any big deal, but i just thought i'd mention that at both
> shea's and syracuse em changed <<...a street person...>> to <...a person on
> the street...>> maybe she decided that street person is a label that she
> doesn't want to use anymore?
>
> cheers!
> kathleen   kef1330@aol.com

actually, i think she's been using that altered lyric for a while
now.  not, that h&an gets played that often any more, but i've heard this
on some "old" boots.  i'm not recalling dates, but maybe even back to just
after n*i*s.  i did not go to any tours then, so i can't say for sure.
does anyone know/recall?  sorry, if this seems petty.>>

she sang it this way during the demo tour.  i was at roseland in nyc, & i
have boots from other shows where she sang it like that.  i personally like
it better! :)

andi

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date:         fri, 12 sep 1997 18:35:36 -0700
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emily has been singing the "person on the street" thing for quite a while
now. i also thought at first that she was just being pc about it. then
yesterday morning i was listening to the song and i had one of those
almost deep thoughts: maybe she says person on the street so that it
means you should help anyone you meet. i mean, maybe the "street person"
doesn't have $ or a house or other stuff, but s/he cold be totally
content and really not need your help that much. on the other hand, joe
schmoe the business guy at your bus stop might have a home but be in
desperate need of your help. get it? you're probably all saying duh sam,
we knew that, but i just had to share.
-sam
p.s. claudine (cool, i've never gotten to use international reply coupons
before), stephanie, mary jo, and marci - i got your envelopes today.

on fri, 12 sep 1997, 42nat1 wrote:

> > shea's and syracuse em changed <<...a street person...>> to <...a person on
> > the street...>> maybe she decided that street person is a label that she
> > doesn't want to use anymore?
> >
>         actually, i think she's been using that altered lyric for a while
> now.  not, that h&an gets played that often any more, but i've heard this
> on some "old" boots.  i'm not recalling dates, but maybe even back to just
> after n*i*s.  i did not go to any tours then, so i can't say for sure.
> does anyone know/recall?  sorry, if this seems petty.

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date:         sat, 13 sep 1997 00:52:17 -0400
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from:         michelle reeves <chelle2930@aol.com>
subject:      re: 1997 tour shirt

>  >>  at 07:35 pm 9/9/97 -0400, michelle reeves wrote:
>  <snip a description of the naked lady/manakin/whatever shirt>
>  >>  the environment.  whatever it means, i had no trouble keeping those
>  >t-shirt
>  >>  $s in my pocket for once!
>
>  which is, in fact, why (mainly) i bought it. i thought to myself: "here is
>  the biggest white elephant in indigo history." and so i felt i had to have
>  one. kind of like buying an edsel, really.
>
>  problem is, they're still selling the things. oh well; good for the girls,
>  i suppose.

actually, i'm the one who bought it off a girl's back at a concert. me and my
g/f loved it!!! :)

michelle

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date:         sat, 13 sep 1997 03:11:12 -0400
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subject:      amhest/shawn mullins/ig stickers

hello to everyone in ig land...
    i haven't posted to the list in quite sometime, just hanging around
lurking and adjusting to life here at mt holyoke.  but i must say the ig
concert tonight was the best night i've had since getting here almost two
weeks ago.  the show was amazing.. very energetic crowd and tons of smiles
from amy and emily =o).  when they first started playing an overwhelming
sense of homesickness hit me, i never realized how closely i associate their
music with atlanta, my home.  however, when they played gotm i remembered why
i chose to come to school this far from home and glancing at the people
around me assured me that i did indeed pick the right place.  right now i'm
still floating on a wonderful ig high..
to make the night even more woderful when i got home there was a message from
my best friend from home telling me that shawn mullins was coming to boston
this tuesday.  for those of you that aren't familar with shawn, he's an
amazing local atlanta artist, one of my all time favorites next to amy and
emily.  so, you can imgine my joy to discover that i was going to be able to
see him too.. but not so fast.. when i called the place, kendle (sp?) cafe,
to get directions i found out the show is 21+ and i'm only 19.  this is
terrible news, but i don't give up that easily.  does anyone have any ideas
as to how i could still get into the show?  i'm going to email shawn and
maybe he can put me on a guest list or something that would give me special
permission to get in.  he is a lesser known artist and i'm a very loyal fan,
that has to earn me some kind of privledges.  anyway, any ideas are welcome..
i need help and i need to act fast since the show is this tuesday.  if you
have any sugestions please email me privitely.  also, if you live in the
boston area and want to check out a wonderful musician email me too..
hopefully we can go together, once i figure out a way in.
thanks for all your help.. and while i'm asking.. how should i go about
getting one of the new ig stickers for my car?  she is very decorated already
but alas, is lacking in ig support and that's just not right.
once again.. please respond through private email.. and thanks for
reading..hope everyone at the amherst show had as great of a time as i did..
=o)
peace,
emily

emma221@aol.com

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date:         sat, 13 sep 1997 22:00:52 +1000
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earlier this week.....

>date:    wed, 10 sep 1997 15:22:29 -0400
>from:    kathleen flaherty <kef1330@aol.com>
>subject: amy bares her chest at the meet & greet (2nd try)

<snip>

>somebody finally said it....

>amy, show us your tattoo!

>she ignored it at first, then when several shouts came in unison amy smiled
>wryly and said...what tattoo? (as if to say..i don't have any tattoos.)  the
>crowd said ...aw, c'mon.

[enough pasted already!!!!]

if someone has a photo/gif/jpg/whatever, or a copy of the design of amy's
"new" tattoo, i'd sure like to view it. please e-mail me back. thanks!

glynn   <glynn@curie.dialix.com.au>

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date:         sat, 13 sep 1997 15:50:31 +0200
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hi,

i'm from belgium and just got home from visiting 2 k's choice concerts in
the usa(dayton and cincinnati).i talked to the band(k's choice) and they
told me that they did some background vocals on one of the ig shows!does
anyone know wich show that was(maybe new jersey...?) were they did backing
vocals for the tracks bury my heart at wounded knee and closer to
fine???did anyone tape this???
there is also a very big chance that k's choice will be opening for the
indigo girls on their west coast tour in january...are there some people
who can tape this for me when the time comes?

kind regards,

danny verheezen

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date:         sat, 13 sep 1997 10:46:04 -0400
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subject:      that syracuse vdo question + documentary upcoming

hey y'all!

        this is gonna be quick...i have to leave from boston to go to
bates college where i know some of y'all have been camping out since last
night for the show tonight!....

        i went through my old email and couldn't find the woman who asked
about the syracuse vdo, but you said that if any of us go to a meet n
greet, please ask about it...well, because i knew nothing about the meet
'n greet until *y'all* spoke of it (and for that, i am eternally grateful
to the list members, the founders of this list, and the many individuals
- deb, kathleen, many more - who wrote on the m&g topic), i did ask about
it!....

        emily said that they have people who video them at almost every
show and that this is true especially of the honor the earth shows
because they are compiling a documentary of the tour....this documentary
will be made commercially available, she thinks at some point...but it
won't be anytime soon, she cautioned, that the video will be even made,
much less distributed....

        i will post a summary of the amherst show and tonight's show,
after i get back from bates!....

        i love y'all!...@=d take care, jen

ps kathleen, you will be getting an individual message of thanks from me
cuz girl, you da bomb!

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date:         sat, 13 sep 1997 11:07:54 -0400
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hello,

this is just a quickie to let y'all know that tickets for the 10/17 pelham, al show just went on sale at 10:00 central time. i called to get info and found out the tickets were on sale! good luck all!

peace,

susan

the number is: 205/715-6000

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date:         sat, 13 sep 1997 11:29:10 edt
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g'morning lads and lassies!

wow, was lat night's show a hummmmdinger. after arriving at 7-ish and looking
beweildered and lost as per usual, i was delighted to meet up with liz and
lynda and later united with the bearer of my stub, dennis. then came brenda and
laura and it was a regular list love-in all the way around. we entered the
arena, which was eerily similar to the unh fundome, and d-man and i took our
seats row 12, amy side (this becomes signif later)....anyhoo, the wild band of
indians played an interesting collection of ditties, and then the supreme
badass winona laduke stepped on stage and humbled us all with a little call to
action on behalf of the issues that hte is trying to support this year (buffalo
preservation and stoppage of nuclear waste dumping). the audience was amazingly
quiet and respectful of her talk, which made me smiley.

then, the girls took the stage, and opened with shame on you. course i don't
have the setlist in front of me but who cares about setlists anyway right
dennis ;)? highlights inlcuded the aforementioned redemption song, reunion,
love will come to you (never seen that one live, what a treat!!) and thin
line...

emily was her usual pleasant self but amy was positively beam-y all night. when
she did that cute smile with the crinkly nose thing, ten entire rows of
lovestricken lesbians collectively swooned and knocked over the people sitting
behind them (okay not really, but use your imagination kids!). the absolute
highlight of the show was when amy and em came off the stage and walked through
the aisles to collect hte postcards. i've never been so thankful to goddess in
my whole life that i was sitting on the end of the aisle on amy side....she
passed within six inches of my goosebumpy skin and all i could sputter was
"tthhhhhank you amy". it was like the pope walking throught the streets of
vatican city, y'all....the crowd was dumbstruck! i myself was so transfixed i
didn't even look over to see what emily was doing, altho i'm sure a similar
response was seen on her side.

okay, moving on...after a rousing set in which amy rocked so hard she might
have burst a blood vessel in her little red face, our sheroes invited a special
guest dar williams out on stage! yessss! dar the lovely sang february....and
then joined the girls on stage for the usual encore version of ctf. oh, and,
they also had three ummm fellas join them on stage for the encore, and dennis
aptly observed, "amy got the drunk one".

all in all a great show and great night, even if i didn't get my marriage
proposal! (wink)

off to bates, see ya kids!

xoxo, sus

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date:         sat, 13 sep 1997 12:19:14 -0400
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i need an interview with ya liz -- i'm the guy in the ll beans red field
coat snapping up photos, my mom is waiting for me to pack to get home. she
was here seeing tony bennett yesterday (whoi was amazing)


c-ya in line or something.

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can you get in touch with me..got a question on yer boot

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date:         sat, 13 sep 1997 13:53:31 -0400
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hey!
        i'm having a get-together at my place before the blacksburg show on
9/20.  if anyone out there is interested, e-mail me for directions.  the
more the merry ho-ho-ho, its byob, lots of good music, and fun!

nick dickert
916-a giles road
blacksburg, va 24060
(540) 951-4983

"every five years or so i look back on my life and i have a good laugh"
                                                                -emily sailers


"no day but today"
                -jonathan larsen

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date:         sat, 13 sep 1997 14:06:51 -0400
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subject:      re: hammer and nail

in a message dated 97-09-13 06:25:47 edt, you write:

<< i mean, maybe the "street person"
doesn't have $ or a house or other stuff, but s/he cold be totally
content and really not need your help that much. on the other hand, joe
schmoe the business guy at your bus stop might have a home but be in
desperate need of your help. get it? you're probably all saying duh sam,
we knew that, but i just had to share. >>

wow...i sorta thought it just was easier to "read" that way... with out the
lyric sheet i couldn't understand that line...seed person ? sweet person?
seeepersn ? uhhhhhhh.
but i like your interp....very meaningful.

miss b

"what a beefy hip."
(cibo matto)

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date:         sat, 13 sep 1997 15:26:13 -0400
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subject:      nigc melissa ferrick

hey y'all-
  i've heard melissa mentioned a few times on the list and am going to see
her this saturday opening for the samples.  i know relatively little about
her, and iwas wondering if anyone could give me some info.
thanks!
lauren

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date:         sat, 13 sep 1997 23:41:09 +0400
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                hello!
   i'm andrey, 20 years old from stpetersburg (russia). i study in stpetersburg
state university. i want to correspond with nice girls.

is someone wants to write me?

come on, let's do it right now!

                                                andrey ivanov
                                                e-mail: andron@ai1343.spb.edu

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on 09/13/97 15:50:31 danny verheezen wrote:
<previous lines snipped>
>
>there is also a very big chance that k's choice will be opening for the
>indigo girls on their west coast tour in january.
>

wait a minute!   west coast tour?!?  does anybody have any information about
this?  this is the first i've heard about a west coast tour.  january will be
here before we know it. :)

hoping and praying,

janet

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date:         sat, 13 sep 1997 21:30:29 -0400
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subject:      re: hi,  girls! (nigc)

boy, did he ever get the wrong list :-)

<<             hello!
    i'm andrey, 20 years old from stpetersburg (russia). i study in
stpetersburg
state university. i want to correspond with nice girls.

is someone wants to write me?

come on, let's do it right now!

                                                 andrey ivanov >>

is it just me, or has anyone else's spam gone way up since the admin changes
were made?  maybe it's coincidence, but all of a sudden, about 50% of my mail
is junk.  help!!!

pam (who forgot to apologize for wasting with bandwith with nigc, but is
doing so now :-)

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date:         sat, 13 sep 1997 19:22:35 -0700
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    uhhh...don't tempt me. i've gotten in trouble here before!

thanks to all the support letters in favor of my  optical thing. i can
now tell my therapist that everything is going to be alright:)  i can
live my life again:)
ben

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date:         sat, 13 sep 1997 22:38:12 -0400
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speaking of posters, does anyone know if the poster that the girl has in her
room in the movie "scream" (i'm sure someone noticed it) actually exists and is
for sale?  it was kinda cool.

thanks,
sharon


jan monforton wrote:

> i got this poster free from my music store when i bought the album. it's
> a promo poster, and it's really nice, but this company is making big
> bucks since it probably cost them nothing to get the posters.
> -sam

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date:         sat, 13 sep 1997 22:53:34 -0400
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congratulations, ben. you do realize that it was not personal. it's just
that some of us get a lot of e-mail that we have to plow through
everyday.

and, yes - i'm posting this to the list - so that hopefully other
listers will also understand that it was not personal & that yes, i do
like to have fun (the real kind) - & that it's not necessary for other
listers to e-mail me to tell me how to live, thank you, just the same.

may we now, please put an end to this nonsense about the scroll.

peace... ig... and all good things...
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date:         sat, 13 sep 1997 23:06:46 -0400
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>  it's all part of them going
> the extra distance to do all they can to make the benefit a success...
> like collecting the political action cards personally...
>

do they give out politcal action cards at every concert?  what do they have on
them?

sharon

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are there any other tour shirts available at hte concerts besides the
"naked woman" one?  i haven't been to an hte concert yet, but will be in
about a week.

thanks,
sharon

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hi all,
words cannot express how incredible the night at amherst was. my
sister and i haven't come down to earth yet! the concert was amazing and
the girls sounded absolutely wonderful! highlights for me were scooter
boys which amy lengthened and was totally into, the powerful new
redemption song and the breathtaking virginia woolf which brought
goosebumps hearing people sing along to it. winona la duke was an
eloquent speaker and hopefully her message will galvanize people to
action and join the hte campaign.
my children and i had worked on a special card with the honor the earth
theme with a personal message thanking the girls ;they inspire me to
continue to help others as'i'm a social worker and need their uplifting
and i use their words and music to help my kids " see beyond the
fences..."  anyway i was hoping against hope i could give them the card
as it came out beautiful. luckily  i was able to hand it directly to amy
as she walked right past me when they collected the action cards(luckily
i had an aisle seat and was prepared thanks to the posts about this) as
she walked past i quickly asked if she could take the card and she nodded
and said yes and tucked it under her arm where it stayed  until she
walked backstage. i hope they read it!
now the even more incredible part; after the show, we were determined to
meet the girls ( we've been fans since 1991) and thanks to this list we
had heard about the meet and greets. although we were told  by the venue
security and sully that there would be none as there were too many
people, we stayed on and eventually were told that anyone without a
"pass" had to leave.  that left about 30 people or so and we were told to
sit in a lower section of seats; we assumed\hoped that passes meant
ticket stubs and ultimately  no one checked them; most all in our group
had stubs. suddenly the girls appeared in front of us and began talking
to people and signing autographs. i was able to have both sign my hard
rock jacket; emily signed a message for my kids in their favorite book
and my sister and i asked for a picture with amy as a few others were;
she spontaneously put her arms around us and said "say cheese" while
someone snapped it. i got to ask amy about the high school tour which she
said will be in the northeast and also got to see her tatoo up close as
someone asked and she was right next to us; i think i said "its
beautiful" and she said something like "yeah, i like it-its pretty
expansive and i'm still modest about showing it" anyway, by now we were
feeling numb and unreal by all this and i can't even remember what else i
said as amy is my idol and meeting her was a high point of my life.
interestingly, amy seemed more detached and shy then emily and didn't
make as much eye contact as emily(as it seemed from the stage as well).
we floated out of the arena right into a group of fans waiting by the
tour buses and got to chat with sully who was very friendly and laid
back( why she was there i'm not sure). i gave her the latest  issue of
"the nation" all about "corporate rock" and how it "sucks" and she said
she would pass it around the tour bus.
nothing will ever compare to this night- i'm sorry to babble on so long
but i never thought i'd get to meet the girls. remember, although they
may tell you there are no meet and greets be patient yet persistent  and
have your ticket stub ready(if paid 50 and up). no one seemed  to check
stubs or passes tonight but many of us were visably holding stubs,and
they may check at other places.

peace and tolerance,

lisa

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subject:      openers?

hey all.

i;m sorry if this has been discussed here already, but i've been having
trouble keeping up with the list the past two  weeks cause work has been
busy. i have a whole pile of digests on my desktop waiting to be read.

anyway, i just got my tix for the west palm beach show in the mail, and they
dont list an opening act. who has been opening for them on this hte leg of
the tour?....and does anyone know who will be the opener in west palm?...

email me directly please.

thanks.

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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 01:23:26 -0400
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hey kind friends!

        well, what can i say?...these 2 nights were amazing!...i believe
i could write for quite a while on this, but will just say that the
amherst show was among the best i've been to...amy and emily did come
down into the audience to collect the hte cards...they also had so much
energy playing!....emily even cussed!...said "this song is about a fucked
up relationship" and went into caramia...even amy was surprised that
emily had used a curse word (i was on emily's side so i could see amy
perfectly as she leaned over and asked amy, "what did you say?" and then
she laughed when she heard the response)....i really don't have the
setlist for this show and i apologize...i know they played galileo,
closer to fine, least complicated, shame on you, caramia, tried to be
true (rocked!), and many others...i got back way late and was tired but
happy....oh, wait, i forgot the best part!....there was a meet 'n greet
at this show where i got to see amy and emily!...i got a picture taken
with amy and got both of their autographs on the hte poster (my friend
got them to sign a sots poster)....

        plus, i must say this: i love sulli!...girl, i know your friend
prints out email about you occasionally, and i want ya to know that there
is one small thai alabamian girl who totally digs you and makes it a
point to see ya after every show cuz you are so cool (and cute -
smile)!...sulli works really hard and i just want to say on behalf of
this list, thank you sulli!...

        about the bates show...whew, i'm going on very little sleep on
this one...one word about this: hot!....and i mean temperature-wise
(unfortunately, heh heh)...the venue was really poorly ventilated,
causing even poor amy to say "whew! it's hotter here than in
georgia!"...and she was definitely right!...the mood here was different,
but just as good!...amy's tatoo was exposed a bit more than i've ever
seen (then again, i was standing closer than i ever have)...their
rendition of "tangled up in blue" (which was not played last night) was
amazing!...there was no meet 'n greet at this show, but they did sign
autographs as they boarded their bus..they were so sweet and friendly to
sign everyone's stuff and just talk!...and i gave them....a hug
each!....yea!...i have lots more to tell, but i think i should chill on
this lengthy email already....

        allow me also to thank some people who made this weekend one of
the fucken best i've ever had!...shoutouts to susan, lynda, liz, brenda,
dennis, michael, the *3* debs i met!, heather and her g'friend, juliette,
jennie, emily, cheryl, laura, kaitlyn (sp?), and everyone else i met at
these shows!....i really, really had a good time with y'all and i hope
that we keep in touch!...thank you for reading this, @=d take care, jen

~~~activism~~~equality~~~~peace~~~~
jenny korn
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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 14:22:05 +0000
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hello,

2 questions for the list ...


(1)
was there any particular reason why 4.5 wasn't released in america?

(2)
have igs appeared on any albums (other than philadelphia) recording the
odd track or as guest musicians or whatever?

jonathan

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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 09:48:31 -0400
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4.5 is a greatest hits type thing releaased in '95 to coincide with their
appearence at glastonbury -- i think the cd's were really expensive in the
uk.

the ig's have appeared on several tracks on various cd's - check the
discography...

*still psyched after bates - penobscot show in less than 7 hours! yes it is
private, except for press..*


mike r.

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okay, i think i'm ready to talk about it.  got home at 3 a.m., sat down
and started composing a post, and had to give up.  too high still from
being there.

one of the many high points of the day was meeting some wonderful people
-- list and otherwise.  you know who you are!  the only name in my head
is amy, amy, amy so i won't even try to name names -- except to say
thanks deb, joyce, deb's friends, sus, liz, jen, jes, kristen -- sorry if
i've forgotten anyone.  you all made saturday, september 13th one of the
best i've had.

now, the girls.  god, i love 'em!  i stood right in front of amy.  it
amazes me how we were all wilting out there and she looked crisp and
fresh ("nowhere is warm enough for me").  and she and emily were the ones
doing all the work!  there were lots of smiles!  (i just read jen's post
so i won't be redundant) except to say that tangled up in blue was one of
the high points for me; i've been wanting to hear that in concert since i
bought 1200 curfews.  one really nice thing:  knowing how hot it was
in the audience and how crowded we all were, amy and emily asked many
times if we were alright.  at one point they had security get bottles of
water and pass them out to us.  i thought this was an extremely
thoughtful gesture.  and speaking of security, i was able to buy one of
the great security shirts right off the guy's back!

amy's tattoo looks very intricate.  it was nice of her to let us see as
much of it as we did!

thanks to jen, deb, jess & kristen, i finally actually met the girls
outside at the bus.  amy autographed a promo picture i have -- an 8 12/ x
11 of the girls sitting on a curb outside pickneys store.  amy signed it
with my name and a peace sign; emily with a heart.  then, jess and
kristen asked me to snap their picture with amy.  instead of saying, 'say
cheese,' i said, 'i love you amy.'  after the picture she rolled her eyes
and said, 'you embarass me.'  i said, 'i didn't mean to; i just do.'
then jess took my picture with amy -- arm around my shoulder, mine around
her waist.  i died and went to indigo heaven right then and there!

the 3 hour trip home in the fog on constant moose alert went by like a
flash; that happens in indigo heaven!

this will stay with me for awhile.  i wish you all happy experiences,
indigo and otherwise.

faye.

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ig played a huge part in my coming out, and i was wondering if anyone
else feels the same way
"and my bitter pill to swallow is the silence that i keep..."
just being at a concert and seeing all the lesbians who are proud to be
who they are, not to mention a&e really had a big impact on me

or for those of you who are straight, had ig helped you realize anything
important about yourself?

paper tiger

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michael:-

>4.5 is a greatest hits type thing releaased in '95 to coincide with their
>appearence at glastonbury -- i think the cd's were really expensive in the
>uk.


yes, i have it.  i don't recall it being particularly expensive otherwise
i wouldn't have bought it.  certainly it would have been less than the
prices that have been quoted on the list in recent days.

having said that cds in general seem to cost about a third more than
stuff i've bought when i've been in america.

do you think that it wasn't released in the states because americans
would be more familiar with their music and more likely to have bought
the earlier records?

i don't see it in the shops anymore.  perhaps only a few were pressed.
certainly they didn't seem to take much trouble over the sleeve.


hey ho.

jonathan

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if anyone is interested, i still have one extra ticket remaining for the ig
concert in harrisburg, pa. on tuesday, september 16th. i got great seats...
3rd row - on the floor. email me privately if you are interested.

thanks,
beth


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subject:      new member, concert in hicksville?

good morning...

yes, that's right, a new member <g>.

is anyone aware of concert plans for little rock, arkansas?  anywhere in
arkansas?  i haven't found or heard of anything.

e-mail me privately if you know anything...

thanks!

and now for something *completely* different,
(okay, so not completely...)

*p

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looking for cathy at: cmayhew@conc.tdsnet.com (that e-mail had "permanent
fatal errors")

cathy, if you're reading this from another address, write me :)

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diane obray and s.prestigiacomo..contact me..there is a blank
side..what do you want on it?

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please remember to included your e-mail address when you send your
blanks to your tree..that way we can contact you directly if theres a
problem with your boot and not have to send a nigc message to everyone
and risk getting "yelled" at for wasting bandwidth..

okey dokey?

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fellow fortunate ones,

        i don't know if ou remember me or not but i was on the list a few
months ago and had to get off for the summer while i was out of school.
anyway, i have been waiting ever-so-patiently to get back on, and here i
am!  since i've been list-dormant, i moved to college...yeah, i'm a new
freshman, and love it.  it is so refreshing to find other people who like
the same music as me (ie: ig, ani, sarah, dar).
        for the list, i have a couple questions, as they have been stewing
in my head for the past three months:

1) did our "island" ever get it's own web page...(those who have no idea
what i'm talking about, i'm sorry"

2)i went to the pittsburgh lilith fair...i could go on and on about what an
amazing night that was for me (my first ig concert, and i was in the center
of the 2nd row!) but instead let me just say that it was one of the best
nights of my life.  i even took pictures of all the acts, but espically ig,
since i was so close and all.  i have some doubles left if anyone is
itching to have some.  however, they didn't come out as well as i had hoped
because i couldn't use a flash, but they still are pretty cool.  if anyone
has doubles of ig lying around, email me...please!

3)  i, too, noticed the scream ig poster and am dying to hace it...anyone
find out how to get it?

4)is the honor the earth tour coming anywhere near the pittsburgh or philly
area?

5)  is anyone on the list from a philly-area college?  bryn mawr?  swarthmore?

i am so glad to finally be on the list again...talk to you all later!!!!!!


                        alisa

"...for everything i've learned there are two i don't understand."
                                emily saliers


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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 13:13:10 -0400
reply-to:     mmedido@aol.com
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subject:      re: spam(nigc)

in a message dated 97-09-13 21:32:55 edt, pam writes:

<< is it just me, or has anyone else's spam gone way up since the admin
changes
were made?   >>

as far as i know the increase in spam is not connected in
any way with the list.
it is a growing problem on the internet (punishment for insisting
on non-censorship ?) it's definitely clogging up the email system.
i am especially irritated by the 4 or 5 porno spams i get on a daily
basis (from the same sleazo's)

grrrrr.
claire
ps : not being on digest and all i don't know about list spams but i really
haven't noticed an increase, as a matter of fact the list seems to be
more secure than most forums (anyone who has perused the usnet
ig bb can probably attest to this).

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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 14:57:32 -0500
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from:         "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
subject:      ig in amherst and dar!

hey y'all,

i just heard on the dar list that dar came out on stage at
the end of ig's show in amherst.  here's the info from the
dar list:

> just a quick slip from lurkdom to let you all know what a treat it was
to
>see/hear amy introduce dar after the indigo girls encore last nite!! dar
>walked onstage and people (of course) went wild with enthusiasm! she did
>"february"(said she didn't have much choice,since emily tuned her
guitar).
>then, she joined the indigo girls and (the wildflower indians??from
arizona)
>for the final...closer to fine.    icing on the cake,indeed!!

this is a boot that i think i'd do, ...um..., a lot  for.   did someone
boot this?
please e-mail me if one is available.

lisa
lschreihart@juno.com

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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 14:32:16 -0500
reply-to:     "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
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from:         "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
subject:      could be igc: radio airplay

does anyone know how radio stations deal with new
music?  i mean, if i were to drop by at a radio station
with a cd they don't have, would they be allowed to
play a song off of it, assuming that they think the
cd is worthy of airplay?  or, are there some legal matters
involved with playing music on the radio?  i.e. do
they have to get music through certain channels to
be able to play it, or can they play what they want?

what irks me is when i call a radio station and request
a song....say, something from an ig album....and they
say "we'll see what we can do."  betcha lots of times
they don't even have the cd and just say something
like that to get me off the phone.  that seems to happen all
too often.  i wouldn't mind so much if they say, "we don't
have it." or "we can't play it.", but lying to me just to keep me
listening makes me not want to listen anymore at all.

lisa

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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 16:30:38 -0400
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hey...

i was just wondering if any of you are planning on attending the
melissa ferrick/samples concert in cleveland on the 21st???  i'm
so excited to see her live for the first time.....

also, anybody buy the danielle howell (not sure of the spelling) cd
at the ig concert at great woods? (or any where else where she opened?)
i have that one song totally stuck in my head...the one she played in the
middle of the great woods show.....it's amazing.  so, if anyone has
any insight as to how i may get a hold of one of her cd's, please
email me privately...

thanks,
lesley

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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 16:37:02 -0400
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i had to work the show and had to say it was a long (18+ hrs) but rewarding
day.  i won't bore you with all the details.  there were a couple things
that i did want to say though.  first off the crowd was excellent, no major
problems that i am aware of.  the show was incredible, i just wish i didn't
have to work during it.  the ig crew were very nice and friendly and didn't
seem to mind all the questions that they were getting asked.  while i was
loading up i saw the ig going to there bus and signing all the autographs
and getting their picture taken with fans and it was torture.  i so wanted
to go over there but i was busy so i couldn't :(  after we had finally
finished loading the trucks (about 2-2:30 am) i was exhausted as you can
imagine but i was immediately brought back to life to find that they had
signed posters for everyone who worked the concert!  the ig were really
classy operation and a pleasure to work with.  the concert was incredible.
i have the ppv show and i thought it was a lot better that that.  here is
the setlist that i managed to get:
shed
least complicated
three hits
map
shame
wood song
tried to be true
love will come
tangled
scooter
it's alright
leeds
redemption*
blood quantum
galileo
e: hey kind friend
bury my heart
closer to fine (with the crowd singing for a verse)
*after this they went to collect cards
                    bryan
p.s. i don't have tapes of the show but would like them if anyone was able
to tape it.
p.p.s.  how was security in your opinion.  any comments, suggestions, etc.
just e-mail me.
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e-mail: blovelan@abacus.bates.edu
homepage: http://www.bates.edu/~blovelan
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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 16:48:21 -0400
reply-to:     alisa greenberg <agreenb1@swarthmore.edu>
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would anyone at all happen to have a boot from the pittsburgh lilith show?
or any other one with ig on the bill for that matter.  pittsburgh was just
so cool because sheryl crow played accordian for them during "tried to be
true" (i don't even really like sheryl crow, but i have an amazing new
found respect for her now.) and closer to fine was amazing...jewel yodelled
(don't like jewel, either, but she was pretty cool, too.), lisa loeb,
sarah, sheryl, and shawn all sang...it was magical.   pleasa email me
privately...please!!!!!!

still reeling from lilith in aug,

alisa

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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 17:02:41 -0400
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subject:      more tour dates (?)

i got these off the daemon site.  they're tour dates for lift, but i didn't
remember any november ig dates being posted yet.  i don't know what the stars
by the genesco ny dates mean.  sorry if this is old news or something.

~jen, who says...screw ny and the east coast, get over to the midwest,
specifically mn...darn you!!!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
october 31, 1997 west gym atlanta, ga (opening for indigo girls)
november 1, 1997 stanley arts center utica, ny (opening for indigo girls)
november 2, 1997 kuhl hall genesco, ny (opening for indigo girls) ***
november 3, 1997 kuhl hall geneva, ny (opening for indigo girls) ***

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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 16:05:02 -0500
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has anyone heard anything about the show at the oak mountain amphitheatre?
are the tickets on sale yet?  anyone???
thanks!
sue

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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 17:11:38 -0400
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subject:      re: new thread-coming out
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oh man, i was coming out right before and around  the time so was released.

boy did this make sense:
"so i just sit up in the house and resist
and not be seen until i cease to exist
a kind of conscientious objection
a kind of dodging the draft
the boy and girl are holding hands on the street.
i dont want to but i think you just wait.
it's more than just eye to eye
learn the things i could never apply.''

not to mention:
"there's more than one answer to these questions pointing me in a crooked
line. the less i seek my source for some definitive, the closer i am to
fine."

not to mention:
"dark and dangerous like a secret
it's whispered in a hush.
when i wake the things i dreamt about you last night make me blush."

listen to hand me downs again when you get a chance too. i dont what amy was
writing about, but that song reminds me of me and my first woman love --
neither of us knew what the hell we were doing and we both didn't want to
admit either of us were feeling what we were feeling and we would up trashing
each other.

~i've become the beggar now and you've become the saint somehow... twist the
words place the blame. tell me now arent we the same. ... now you ask my why
i'm here. same as you, i'm scared it's fear. tripping on our yellow feet.
looking underneath our sheets for some hope. give me hope that emptiness
brings fullness and loss of love brings wholeness....."

joking is another one like that.

i nearly wore my stereo out playing many of the girls songs over and over and
over again during the time i was angsting hard about my own sexuality.

and the coolest thing is, that before so i didn't know the girls were gay.  a
straight guy friend -- a boxer from the bronx who smoked cigars, no less --
turned me on to them in 1990. well, right after so was released, i was in a
therapist's office, dealing with all my stuff. i was in the waiting room and
i picked up people magazine. and there were the girls, and guess what? they
were gay.

very cool. i mean  i would have come out anyway, and i wouldnt say they
influenced me or anything. but it was nice to have them singing my tune, so
to speak. i often say the indigo girls were one of the things that kept me
sane through all that!

>>new thread

>>ig played a huge part in my coming out, and i was wondering >>if anyone
>>else feels the same way
>>"and my bitter pill to swallow is the silence that i keep..."

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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 18:35:54 +0000
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i actually got that poster through the fan club during the so era.
however, the backround isn't pink, it's white.  but it's still the same
picture.

whatever it's worth...

rob

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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 18:41:05 -0400
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from:         michelle reeves <chelle2930@aol.com>
subject:      lilith fair video

i am searching to find out if anyone has done a video recording of any of the
lilith fair concerts. a man i met today at a record convention is interested
in finding out. please email me if you or anyone you know has. thanks.

p.s. we made some super fantastic finds today at the record convention.
finally got one of the melissa stork picks and also got a pick of the i.g.
1200 curfews tour. it has indigo girls 1200 curfews october 10 on it. does
anyone know about that pick?? please email me with info if you do.

we also got some handbills, promo cds and singles and a double  sided ig
shaming of the sun poster, as well as some other great finds.

hope to hear from someone.

michelle

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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 17:51:49 -0600
reply-to:     greg flamer <gflame@megsinet.net>
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>>>ig played a huge part in my coming out, and i was wondering >>if anyone
>>>else feels the same way

i can sum up the girls role in my coming out experience with 2 quotes.
they were an unbelievable inspiration and their message was always there
when i had my down times.  i will always be grateful as a result.

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

"when you're learning to face the path at your pace, every choice is worth
your while"

these quotes can apply to anyone in any sitution but it sure does relate to
a coming out experience.  i love ig because they are always about finding
strength within yourself.

ok enough sap ;-)

gf

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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 17:53:31 pdt
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subject:      re: new thread
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paper tiger writes:

----------
> or for those of you who are straight, had ig helped you realize anything
> important about yourself?
>
i'm straight, married, and mother of two sons.  and let me say i love ig!!!  their music has touched me in so many ways.  i have fought with many issues, namely childhood sexual abuse, and i think i would really go crazy (or maybe crazier is the right word)  if it weren't for ig music.  i've had and have sexual identiy problems and fought with these issues often.  ig made me realize that it really was ok, whatever direction i chose.  so much of their music speaks directly to me.  kid fears--"...secret staircase...found a place to hide...secret staircase...they know now you're inside."  certain parts of other songs too.  if anyone has ever had abuse issues you know this is true..."my bitter pill to swallow is the silence that i keep..."  i also have a lot of friends who are lesbians.  i love lesbians!  they are the most insightful, intelligent people i know.  but remember people, there are some "straight but not narrow" people around...

my $.02

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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 18:08:37 -0500
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hey guys... i was wondering if y'all had any suggestions for me. i'm
making a tape for my fiance who is away at college right now. i'm trying
to come up with an ig song(s) that are about being in love but being
apart. any suggestions?

thanks, jen :)

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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 20:11:45 -0400
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subject:      re: n-i-g-c!!!!! optical illusions and acrobatic contortions
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hello fellow adorers of the ig's

first of all, i have survived moving and have almost survived getting a
rental house ready to rent.  now i'm back to perusing my emails on a regular
basis, although i have been kind of selective about what i've been reading
over the past 2 weeks, and anything with nigc got skipped.

sadly, (blessedly) it looks like i must have missed another burst of hot
controversy on the list!   and, yes, i have noticed a huge increase in spam
in the past week.  what's up?  don't like it, don't want to make a million
next week, don't want to work at home, buy pc spare parts, or chat with horny
teenagers.  well, let me reconsider that last one...kidding, ok?

happily back among you all

bonnie

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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 20:32:06 -0400
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yes folks it's true.....heard it on 99x's locals only program that michelle
is laid up in the hospital after some kind of intestinal
surgery...supposedly she'll be out of action for quite a while causing her
to miss her dates opening for ig and all the honor the earth stuff....
i would imagine that get well wishes could be sent to  the address on her
postcards: michelle malone
           c/o mmn
           the galleria bldg. 3, 2nd fl.
           2 bridge ave.
           red bank, nj 07701


kat

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          we still call it suicide?"
              - cooper seay

         "without love you can only resist
          without feeling you can't exist"
              - melissa ferrick

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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 20:30:35 -0400
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in a message dated 97-09-14 10:50:15 edt, indigo000@hotmail.com writes:

<< or for those of you who are straight, had ig helped you realize anything
important about yourself? >>

i still think the ig's have a message for everyone on this planet, and of
course they've had a huge impact on my life.  i've always been really
introspective, and have been told many times that i think about things too
much or try to deconstruct everything too much.  well, since i first heard
the girls in 88 or so, i've become so much more at ease with who i am as
person ( i guess part of this is just because i've matured a lot too).  one
of the big overarching messages i see in the girls' music is just simply to
know yourself, learn to be ok with who and what you are, and show love to
others/  gee i make them sound like jesus don't i?

although i love them dearly and identify wtih them deeply on a human level, i
do believe their music has a very special meaning to the lesbian community
since of course they sing about their own experiences.  aren't you guys proud
of them?  to me, they are total role models for all people, and i frequently
tell  my 10 year olds about stuff they are involved in , or what the songs
mean, or what i've read about them in interviews.  i want my kids to see
strong women in many different leadership roles so they can grow up without
limitations!!

nuff said,

bonnie

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>or for those of you who are straight, had ig helped you realize anything
>important about yourself?

definitely. the indigo girls came to me just as i was beginning to emerge
out of my christian upbringing. all the conflict, all the questions, all
the confusion - well so much of what they said just gave me so much peace
about it all. it wasn't as if they gave me the answers. they just showed me
that questioning can be a beautiful, enriching experience rather than a
torturous one. i think virginia woolf remains a favourite for that reason.

"so i know it's alright. that life will come and life will go...."

helen

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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 21:07:08 -0400
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this was in the minneapolis star tribune metro section on saturday. printed
without a lick of permission (sorry for any typos)...

indigo girls focus efforts on environmental issues

the indigo girls have more than music on their minds as they trek through
towns on their "honor the earth" concert tour.

amy ray and emily saliers see the shows as an opportunity to talk about
environmental problems on american indian reservations.

"we're here to play music, but we're here to use the music as a tool for
change," saliers said, a day after the two-member band gave a free concert
on the st. regis mohawk reservation, which is near a federal superfund site
north of buffalo, n.y.

"we're fighting battles that have to do with environmental racism," ray
said, criticizing firms for locating dump sites near indian lands.

end
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connie & todd tsuchiya
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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 21:39:29 -0400
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subject:      nigc high school students

hey everyone
i was wondering if anyone on the list is a high school student in dc/md/va
area. i am doing this project for school, and i was just wondering, so if
youcould let me know privately, it would be much appreciated.

peace
sasha

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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 21:44:09 -0400
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from:         michelle reeves <chelle2930@aol.com>
subject:      today's finds at the record convention

just thought i'd let ya'll in on a few things we bought at the record
convention today.

indigo girls bury my heart at wounded knee cd single demo only not for sale
bury my heart at wounded knee studio version
thin line radio edit
bury my heart at wounded knee taken from 1200 curfews
1995

poly gram label group cream of cuts cd
melissa etheridge come to my window live
recorded at kbco studio c
1994

your little secret cd single promo only
in natural cardboard case
the edit and album version
1995

indigo girls get out the map cd single demo not for sale
cardboard case
1997

melissa etheridge live from woodstock i'm the only one cd single promo not
for sale copy
1994

melissa etheridge nowhere to go cd single promo only
nowhere to go remix edit version
1996

indigo girls shaming of the sun double-sided poster: one side color/one side
b & w

indigo girl rites of passage single-sided poster: black and natural text only

melissa etheridge double-sided black pick/had stork on one side/melissa on
other with backwards e

melissa etheridge purple/gold/turqouise handbill from jones beach august 23,
1996

melissa etheridge yellow handbill from uno lakefront arena november 25

indigo girls 1200 curfews single-sided red pick
had indigo girls/1200 curfews/october 10
i was informed by the list that the fan club handed out those picks as a
promo for the curfews album.  oct. 10th was the release date.

melissa etheridge your little secret record flat/3 panel double-sided

michelle

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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 22:22:12 -0400
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from:         "j. nick dickert" <nickleby@vt.edu>
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does anyone out there know what the song list is on the 4.5 album & where i
could get a copy?  just wonderin'!

nick dickert
916-a giles road
blacksburg, va 24060
(540) 951-4983

"every five years or so i look back on my life and i have a good laugh"
                                                                -emily sailers


"no day but today"
                -jonathan larsen

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date:         mon, 15 sep 1997 11:06:21 ast
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hi all,

just wondering if anyone who has seen the transcript of music for dgtgag
could help me fill in a few gaps. my 15 year old sister worked it out by
ear on the weekend. boy was i astounded or what? she has the cd for two
days and when i go to see her she's telling me that she's worked most of it
out - and she had. wow. as well as soy. and to think i only taught her a
few chords earlier this year!

anyway, we're having trouble with the bit 'so take your first shot baby
it'll be real clean i'm your girl strong and mean...etc etc.' is there a
chord change there? we can't quite figure it out.

any assistance would be helpful here.

thanks

helen

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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 23:01:10 -0700
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with all this talk of taping at the girls' concerts, what about
cameras? i have a 35mm slr and would like to take it in. my tickets for
tuesday night at zembo temple in harrisburg do not say 'no cameras'.
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i will never be the same-     m. etheridge
remember...you are just about perfect the way you are.  and so am i.

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i've found that indigo girls are able to express my feelings exactly
as i would like to, and i've found that hearing someone else describe
these feelings made me feel much less alone:
"and i guess that's how you started, like a pinprick to my heart, but
at this point you rush right through me and i start to drown."
this quote perfectly describes feelings i had about this guy, and when
i got upset i would listen to "ghost", knowing that eventually i would
be o.k.
on a lighter note, i took a mini-roadtrip today with three other
girls, and while we were driving along, discussing what music to
listen to, the four of us said at the same time: indigo girls.  so
there we were, driving along the highway in a convertible, blaring
indigo girls and singing at the top of our lungs.  it was amazing.
-rebecca

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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 23:51:03 -0300
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hey folks,

this is my first post since re-joining the list about...ohhh.. 2 minutes
ago.  i was on a few months ago but had to unsub because of the traffic.
glad to be back, though!

anyway, the reason for my hasty post is to appeal to any kind folks who
might have been at the lewiston, maine show on saturday night.  i know there
was at least one person because i talked to her (you :) in line in the
afternoon (the woman with the black ig t-shirt who arrived at the same time
as me, 3pm, and who bravely stuck her head in the door during the
soundcheck... i don't know your name but you know who you are!).

so, the reason for my appeal- if you were at the lewiston show, you remember
that amy dedicated hammer and a nail to a little boy whom she had met that
afternoon at the hotel.  well, that little boy was my 8 year old
indigo-fanatic brother and we are desperately searching for someone who
might have taped the show because, as you can well imagine, we really want
to have a copy of when she mentions him during the show!  also, we ran out
of film during the show (we snuck pictures, shhh ;) so we didn't have any
when we were out back afterwards and met the girls. :((

soooo, if you were there and you have either a tape of the show or pictures
from the little "meet and greet" out back afterwards, i would beg beg beg
you to get in touch with me.  i'll gladly trade things, pay, give you my
first-born child, or whatever. :)

thanks in advance for the help, guys.  my little bro will be tickled if we
can get these things!

kerry :)
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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 23:04:26 -0400
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setlist:
shame on you
get out the map
blood quantum
galileo
thin line
some cover - it is listed as finlandia - it wasn't ..all my love
in a sliver mine?? -- they messed it up
ctf
bury my heart.


very relaxed - highlights were seeing amy chatting with everyone - no
security to speak of - chatting, eating, getting to interview them, (amy
could not believe i grew up in lewiston - i think i have her sympathies.)
they went canoeing on the penobscot river.


they may try to openly allow walkman recorders at all shows.

club tour next spring. possibly...this is what rtpr is about.

more info later...really tired - my digital pictures will not be online-
they may go on  an site later..


mike r.


sorry so slim of a review -- lots to ponder -- it was soo much more than a
concert..it was a total cultural experence.

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date:         sun, 14 sep 1997 23:08:12 -0400
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a tape does exist! i believe it is in new hampshire - i have some bates
pictures but not developed.

maybe i can spin for a tree -- or maybe someone will spin it off to a tape
tree er before i ever get it in my hands..


mike r.

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