lifeblood: listlogs: 1997-10d


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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 02:17:43 -0400
reply-to:     stephen costanzo <scost8rg@mwcgw.mwc.edu>
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hello, everyone.  well, i figured i'd post the setlist before going to sleep.
if nobody else reviews the show, i'll do that tomorrow for everyone.
but here is the setlist....

ig 10-21-97

least complicated
shame on you
the wood song
tried to be true
language or the kiss
shed your skin
get out the map
don't give that girl a gun
mystery
land of canaan
leeds
-----amy tells everyone to go to the aids walk on november 1st-----
scooter boys
hammer and a nail
chickenman
galileo

encore:

tangled up in blue
kid fears
closer to fine


one quick point i would like to make is that tangled up in blue wasn't on
their list for the nite.  me, being the crazy fool that i am, had my friends
help me hold up a bunch of signs spelling out "tangled"  when they came
out for the encore.  they were getting ready to start playing kid fears
when amy saw our signs and said "we see your request, so we'll
change the order a little and add that one in"   i was so happy.  :)

anyway, hopefully some of you guys made it to the show.  i know it
was hard to get tickets if you didn't have a friend here.

take care.
stephen

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 02:42:07 -0400
reply-to:     lmd21@aol.com
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subject:      dayton (nrigc)

hey y'all--
   i was wondering two things...one, how do i get from the cincinnati area to
the university of dayton?  (i know approximately how to do this, but i just
need specific exits.) also, where exactly is the concert on campus?  what
kind of venue/size is it?
thanks bunches,
lauren (who is counting down til sarah on the 27th!!)

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 03:41:04 -0400
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from:         "dawn r. cozzolino" <dcboarder@aol.com>
subject:      re: in which tigger gets to go onstage with amy and emily!

why don't you all stop dreaming and get a life?

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 04:16:26 -0400
reply-to:     katherine hames <kehame@mail.wm.edu>
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from:         katherine hames <kehame@mail.wm.edu>
subject:      mwc concert- i met a & e!! (long)
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well, i figure if i can stay awake to drive an hour and a half home, i can
stay awake a little longer to post about the show and my exciting
experience.  i hope what i'm about to write doesn't violate privacy issues
or anything... but i have to share this with someone, and who else but
y'all?  you may remember my post a month or more ago about the chance i had
to meet the girls.  a friend of mine was one of the two people doing the
interview at the mwc radio station, so i got to hang out in the office
during the interview.  it was so surreal at first.  we heard them coming up
the stairs and everyone just kind of froze.  emily walked through the door
first, and then amy.  we started introducing ourselves... since i wasn't
there in any official capacity i kind of forgot what i was doing until amy
looked at me... and i stuck out my hand and said, i'm katherine, and she
said, "i'm amy, it's nice to meet you."  all i could think was, why is she
telling me her name?  that was about the time i remembered that they are
real people complete with manners and everything.  :)  the interview was
really good.  they seemed impressed with the station and were very
supportive of college radio in general.  they talked about their upcoming
tour to australia in february, and said they would pretty much be touring
nonstop until the summer.  they mentioned the virginia slam protest in new
york that they would be playing sometime in the near future.  they also
talked about school of the americas, for which there was a petition to sign
at the concert.  right now i really can't remember what else was said- a
lot of it was your typical stuff- i was surprised at how much i already
knew.  i should be getting a tape of the interview soon so if i have time i
will transcribe it for the list.

anyway, after the interview, they signed stuff and we took some pictures.
i had them sign my gotm shirt- the only bad thing about this is it is my
only ig shirt and now i can't wear it anymore!  emily and i had a little
conversation about the shirt- she said, "i really like this shirt, it's one
of my favorites, let me look at it!"  i told her that green is my favorite
color and we agreed that it fades to an even better color in the wash.  i
also gave amy a letter i had written (to both of them) earlier in the day-
i told her that i wrote some stuff down because i knew i wouldn't be able
to talk well because i'd be nervous.  she just laughed at me.
before they left, the last thing they did was sign the wall in the radio
station office- amy did, actually.  i'm not sure what she wrote- the gist
was, support college radio and play what you want to play!

they were really nice, friendly, relaxed, and seemed interested and happy
to be there.  obviously, i was really excited about this and was pretty
much convinced that i would make a fool of myself, but it didn't turn out
that way at all.  they were really good at putting everyone at ease.  after
meeting them, i can't believe that they don't care about their fans.  i
also have to say, i totally understand the recent list "bickering" over
amy.  i have always been more of an amy person and after today, well, i am
firmly convinced that she thinks i am the coolest person she's ever met...
;)  sorry y'all!  ;)

okay, so on to the concert (and the first time i've posted a review, so
bear with me).  this was my second time... i saw them at the classic amp.
in richmond this summer- a much larger venue.  amy and emily really seemed
to enjoy the small size of dodd auditorium at mwc and the enthusiasm of the
crowd.  i can't say enough about the audience... there were times when you
could have heard a pin drop- for example, leeds.  the rest of the time
everyone was so into it- we had audience sing-along on least complicated,
galileo, kid fears... amy broke no strings, but chickenman and scooter boys
were rockin'.  she had socs in both.  a hilarious moment came during hammer
and a nail... it was time for the last verse, but instead amy started off
with "had a lot of good intentions...  awwww, sh*t!" then she started
laughing and emily cracked up too.  after the song amy clarified that she
"just really wanted to sing that verse again."  there was a really awesome
harmonica player named david who joined in on three or so songs.  he had a
great solo in chickenman.  i was surprised at some of the songs from sots
that were left out... hkf, eiiot, ia, for example.

terri binion and ed ? (can't remember his last name) were the openers.  i
don't have much of an opinion on them... terri binion is more on the
country edge of things than i really prefer, but that's just me.  she came
out for ctf and sang the last verse, and i thought she did a rockin' job.

shirt update: there's a sys shirt out now... maybe i just missed this fact
because i've been delete happy lately- it's blue and has a really cool
picture of a couple of people who look like they might be dancing?  also a
black long sleeved shirt with the logo in the middle.

fashion report:  amy: striped jeans, striped whitish shirt.  emily: green
and black plaid shirt, black jeans.  jerry: grey/black shirt and
sweatpants.  sara lee: black (leather?) pants, purple shirt, the red shoes.
a & e changed clothes between the radio interview and the concert...

okay, i've really got to go to bed.  if you've made it this far, you get a
gold star.  i will try to post the radio interview asap if people are
interested.

off to indigo dreamland,
katherine

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 04:37:26 -0400
reply-to:     nejens@aol.com
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from:         nejens@aol.com
subject:      sign on

signon nikki jensen

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 07:23:41 -0400
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from:         lisa dupre <memememi@aol.com>
subject:      update on atlanta ticket info

hi!

a brief update on the november atlanta fox theatre shows.

i just got off the phone with them, trying to find out why ticketmaster has
taken off the info for the 26th show.  they said that they are still planning
on having the second show, and since the first show just sold out, the second
show should be annnounced soon.   i'm guessing that ticketmaster took the
info off of the web site, because it wasn't really supposed to be on there in
the first place, and they were probably sick of us calling and asking about
it <grin>  (too bad!)

also, if you are looking for tickets, you may want to listen to 99x, because
they are having a contest each day around 11:00 am giving away tickets.  all
you have to do is answer a question about the indigo girls. =)   i got lucky
yesterday and actually got through to them, and won!   my question was "where
was emily born?"   the question today was "who is the third vocalist on
closer to fine"   so listen up, and you might get lucky!

=)
lisa

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 08:03:34 -0400
reply-to:     lynda@csg-soft.com
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from:         lynda <lynda@csg-soft.com>
subject:      nigc looking for mike w.
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sorry for the waste of bandwith...but im sure mike will be pleased

looking for mike w. from roswell, nm.  sent me a box of blanks and their
finally done,
but i lost your address.

~lynda
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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 07:43:50 -0600
reply-to:     "cusick, joanne - nashville" <joanne.cusick@cexp.com>
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from:         "cusick, joanne - nashville" <joanne.cusick@cexp.com>
subject:      re: in which tigger gets to go onstage with amy and emily!
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excuse me....   dear...

i claimed emily for myself during the first day of the amy fight.  no
one has tried to take her from me because everyone knows she loves me
best... or so she said in my dream this morning!

jo anne

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>from:  kdb3423[smtp:kdb3423@aol.com]
>sent:  tuesday, october 21, 1997 8:21 pm
>to:    indigo-girls@netspace.org
>subject:       re: in which tigger gets to go onstage with amy and emily!
>
>well, since all the ranting and raving is over amy, i thought that i'd go
>ahead and claim emily for myself.  i loved her before, but after the "f@%*
>you" episode in valdosta, she's even better!!!!
>
>by the way, did anyone get a boot of that concert???  i would give my right
>eye (or left, or both) for it.
>thanks,
>kim
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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 09:56:24 -0400
reply-to:     "finelli, marie e" <bcc033520@acad.sunybroome.edu>
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to anyone that has them i would like copies, i don't have any of my own
but i'm sure we can work something out.....
thank you!

marie

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 10:10:49 -0400
reply-to:     lauree shampine <shampine@ll.mit.edu>
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from:         lauree shampine <shampine@ll.mit.edu>
subject:      re: in which tigger gets to go onstage with amy and emily!

in the interest of putting all of the fighting over amy to rest,
i think you should all be made aware of something.

a couple of years ago at an ig show, my friend bert yelled up a
proposal...although it was intended for emily, amy accepted...so
she has been official betrothed for quite a while now...i guess
she's into long engagements.

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 08:19:25 -0600
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subject:      re: in which tigger gets to go onstage with amy and emily!
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since emily did not accept his proposal..... i believe you all will
agree that she is still mine!!!!

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>from:  lauree shampine[smtp:shampine@ll.mit.edu]
>sent:  wednesday, october 22, 1997 8:10 am
>to:    indigo-girls@netspace.org
>subject:       re: in which tigger gets to go onstage with amy and emily!
>
>in the interest of putting all of the fighting over amy to rest,
>i think you should all be made aware of something.
>
>a couple of years ago at an ig show, my friend bert yelled up a
>proposal...although it was intended for emily, amy accepted...so
>she has been official betrothed for quite a while now...i guess
>she's into long engagements.
>
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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 09:16:53 -0500
reply-to:     "dr. urvashi pitre" <u.pitre@tcu.edu>
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from:         "dr. urvashi pitre" <u.pitre@tcu.edu>
subject:      lesbigay list and amy obsession
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this is just one of the many addresses under which one can find a list of famous self-outed lesbigays:
http://www.geocities.com/westhollywood/6270

and as far as the amy obsession goes....at a time when i was totally unsure of my sexuality ms. amy helped me remember i was as bisexual as they come. no straight person could have felt what i did about her. i am eternally grateful to her! i was struggling really hard not to be straight and she didn't let me down. all i had to do was listen to her sing sometimes and i got shivers. and we aren't even going to talk about her pictures and the effect those had! sure most of you out there know what i mean.

and would she have helped me like that if she didn't really truly belong to me? i don't think so!  so you guys can quit arguing about her already :)

dr. urvashi pitre

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 10:35:56 -0400
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from:         stephanie merhar <slm4b@server1.mail.virginia.edu>
subject:      mwc show-long
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dear list,
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhh!
i vowed to make this show the ultimate indigo experience,
and it doesn't get much better than it was.  i got to mwc
after a 1 1/2 hour drive from charlottesville at about 9:30
p.m. on monday.  we (anne and i- hi anne) started camping
out at 10 and believe it or not, we weren't the first
people in line - four people had been there since 4.  it
was a very very long, extremely cold night...very difficult
to sleep because the people in front of us did not shut up.
i'm still rather bitter about that.  so anyway, at about 3
p.m. the next day i decided to walk around.  i managed to
sneak in and watch the sound check through the door of the
balcony.  it was great -- they should talk like that during
their concerts.  they played some interesting songs that i
had never heard before -- amy sang something like "she
kisses like a straight girl, she's from a working class
town, hold me down, don't got nothing, but i want her
anyway" and then "...carolina, daughter of a miner, and her
ways were free, it seemed to me, the sunshine..." and then
emily played something on the piano "such a better
innocent...as if somehow the years...i thought i was a
child,, till you turned and smiled, i'm just one more
prisoner of time, alone..." if anyone knows what any of
those are, do tell.  okay, anyway, i talked to the bus
driver for a little bit, helped him change the oil :) then
returned to line until they let us in at 8.  i ended up
sitting front row, exact center seat.  wow.  it was amazing
to actually be able to see exactly what chords they were
playing...i think if i practiced guitar 10 hours a day for
the rest of my life i could never be as good as emily.  the
rest of the show has already been described so i won't do
that.  suffice to say that it was incredible.  my dialup
line time is about to run out so i have to go.  thanks for
listening.
               stephanie

stephanie lynne merhar
university of virginia
indigo@virginia.edu
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"got to learn to respect what we don't understand"
-a.r.

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 11:05:20 -0400
reply-to:     katherine hames <kehame@mail.wm.edu>
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from:         katherine hames <kehame@mail.wm.edu>
subject:      mwc boot???
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hey!

i know it seemed like security was pretty strict at the mwc concert, but
did anyone boot the show?  if so how can i get my hands on a copy?

thanks,
katherine

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 11:21:44 +0100
reply-to:     "m.macvey" <mmacvey@attach.net>
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subject:      oct 25 ticket available(cheap)
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hey there

i have an extra ticket(general admission) for the concert at umbc field
house on sat 10/25.i'd be willing to give it to a needy soul, if they'd
be willing to get in line early and save a place for me. email me
privately

marilyn

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

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

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 11:36:23 -0400
reply-to:     mary clark <mclark@ultrix.ramapo.edu>
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from:         mary clark <mclark@ultrix.ramapo.edu>
subject:      daemon loves everybody but me
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i'm just going through my old messages and noticing that yet another
listee expounded on a great daemon experience... i ordered an honor the
earth shirt from them about a year ago, and they sent me the wrong shirt
and the wrong size.  when i promptly called them about it i got this
really obnoxious woman who finally said she'd send me the right shirt in
place of it, along with an envelope to send the wrong one back.  needless
to say, they never sent the second shirt, and i was too busy to keep
calling constantly after that.  oh boy! records, john prine's label,
screwed me over even worse that month. between the two of them, i was out
fifty bucks.  i've given up on mail order, which is rough since most of
the stuff i like is unavailable in stores, but i can't afford to waste
money and time.
mc

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 11:48:39 +0000
reply-to:     rob hite <hiterj@miamiu.acs.muohio.edu>
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hey everyone....

well i've finally undertaken the project that i've been wanting to do for
like a year (some of the older listees may remember)...creating a "all i
need to know about life i learned from the indigo girls" sign, poster,
whatever you wanna call it.  (disclaimer:) with all the crap about
copyrights i'm not making for the list, just for myself.  but i need your
help.  i have a ton of good quotes about life from all the albums & a few
extra but i was wondering if anyone had any quotes from the pre-epic years
that were special to them.  i mostly just did the albums cause those are
the quotes i know best of the top of my head, but i'd like a few more
quotes. any ideas, please mail me.  if you'd like to see what i have so far
in the way of quotes, mail me privately.  i tried to go a, e, a, e so that
when i print it out i can do each of their quotes in a differnt color.
anyway, mail me privately if you have any pre-epic quotes for me !!  thanks!!

take care!
rob

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 12:28:04 -0400
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subject:      chicago shows

any list people meeting before the sun show, if not, we should try to get
together.  write back if anyones interested

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 12:45:53 -0400
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my son and i are indigo girl freaks. do the girls have a web page? if so,
what is it? we want to see it! messages may be emailed to
tourapure@mindspring.com

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 12:50:16 -0400
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subject:      re: in which tigger gets to go onstage with amy and emily!
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hey guys,
     this is a repeat of events at vsu, some of us missed reading what
happenned with emily...
      it was the first verse of love's recovery (she's singing and playing
alone with amy waiting patiently in the background to start in on the
chorus).  i don't remember wxactly which part whe was singing, but all was
quiet and out of nowhere comes this male voice screaming lynard skynard.  in
verse, emily says "fuck you" and just keeps on singing without missing a
beat.  it was really cool.  i've often wondered how they react to people that
ragg on them and stuff, but now i know that they stand up for themselves very
well.  anyway, to make a long story short, they brought him up, told him to
play some skynard and left him up there all alone.  he made a complete ass of
himself, he didn't know how to play or sing.  the boy was really trashed.
but he apologized and said how much he loved them.  they brought him back to
sing ctf and he sung with amy.  i must admit that i was rather impressed that
he knew the words to the song....

the end.
kim

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 13:34:51 -0400
reply-to:     marivel danielson <marivel@umich.edu>
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subject:      concert pc and this skynard dude...

in message <971022125011_60266157@emout14.mail.aol.com>  writes:
>anyway, to make a long story short, they brought him up, told him to
> play some skynard and left him up there all alone.  he made a complete ass of
> himself, he didn't know how to play or sing.  the boy was really trashed.
>  but he apologized and said how much he loved them.  they brought him back to
> sing ctf and he sung with amy.
> kim

okay but i just have to ask...why do they reward total asses like him?  i mean
maybe it was the passion of the moment or a dozen too many beers before the
show, but the fact that he interrupted emily during a really quiet serious song
should be enough to get him a warning from security, not a free ticket to hang
out on stage!  i like that fact that they humiliated him, and i'm sure they just
wanted to say "no hard feelings" but i'm sure they could have found someone more
worthy of a role in the finale.  but enough on this guy...

the next thing i wanted to mention is something i've been thinking about since
my first ig show this past spring.  somebody wrote something about emily's
annoyed reaction when a bunch of audience members cheered after she sang the
verse in leeds about "black churches burning".  and that reminded me of a boot
of some recent show where a group of people in the audience start woooing after
amy finishes the lines in chiapas bound:

all the girls with anorexia
are on the street tonight
and the boys in the band
think they look alright...

so my question is...why do people pick the most horrifyingly inappropriate times
to scream?  are they trying to lend support these terrible things that are
happening in our country (and others), or is it just impossible for them to got
5 minutes without hearing their own voices?  now i understand that being in the
same room with amy and emily (albeit with several thousand other people) can
tend to make one feel a little lightheaded and crazy, but this just seems
inexcusable.  it's like openly (and loudly) acknowledging that you don't have
any idea what the girls are trying to say with their music, and disrespecting
them and the issues that they sing about.  and i'm not saying that these people
who cheer after the church burning verse are racist, i don't know them and would
not make that judgement based on one action, but i have to say that it certainly
doesn't speak volumes for their character to be doing stuff like this.  so does
anyone know why these people do this?  i have to admit i don't love the wooooing
at any point in the concert, but i put up with it from beginning to end without
ever complaining because i think it's just as much their right to be noisy as it
is my right to be quiet, but when these uncomfortable moments arrise, i must say
it's hard--if not impossible--to hold back that "look of death" that takes over
me.

i don't know.  maybe this is too much pc.  i know the majority of the world is
sick of that discussion, but somehow i think that this list won't be that way.
any thoughts?

marivel

   sofi:  i have to talk to amy.
   kris:  yeah...maybe you should wait 'til that girl gets off her face.

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 11:37:33 -0600
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subject:      re: mwc concert- i met a & e!! (long)
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hey all,

i have only been lurking for a short while, but, katherine, i was very
impressed with the show summary! and i'm always glad to hear stories about
meeting one or both. it gives me hope that there's still a chance for me.

i saw the girls when they were here in missoula, mt, with the highest of
hopes that i would meet them. emily said 7 words to me, but that was the
extent of it. however, i'm still holding out hope. i don't know about
anyone else, but i found your post fascinating. just wanted to let you
know.

amy m.

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 13:52:54 -0400
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subject:      fwd: i hate to ask again, but marlene,
              could you forward this to the ig list?

another question from my lazy friend who won't get on the list....
~marlene
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date:    97-10-21 18:54:28 edt
from:    tread37
to:      m84m79

dear avid indigo girl listers,

i have two major questions and i need your help desperately!
first of all, yesterday i found a tape of my friends that said:

indigo girls - nothing to hide

i listened to it and it was a live concert of the girls.  i was wondering if
you guys could tell me the where when how of this concert/tape.
the set list was:
fugitive
wood song
world falls
virginia woolf
dead man's hill
reunion
language or the kiss
least complicated
this train revised
ghost
chickenman
touch me fall
(southern man?) - someone tell me if this is the neil young song, or what it
is!!!!
closer to fine

question #2:
at the end of the tape, there is another song that i have no idea what it is.
here are the lyrics.  please help me!
"they said some men would be warriors,
some men would be kings.
some men would be owners of land,
and other man-made things.

false love is the eternal flame...
(?)
...and gold would be our power,
another foolish thing.

and you who dream of liberty
must not yourself be fooled.
before you get to plea for freedom,
you've agreed to be ruled...

...it won't take long,
it won't take long at all."

(heavy music starts)

refrain (kind of): "...it don't take long,
it don't take too long at all.
no. it don't take long,
(you might say, 'i don't know what you're talkin' about,'
and i say, 'you mean to tell me, that's all?')"

okay, what is that song and who is the guy singing with them?  thanks guys!
sorry so long!

love,
jenn

"i went looking for a girl, found a man and his world."

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date:         tue, 21 oct 1997 14:03:39 -0400
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hey, y'all.

        i thought you guys and gals might find this amusing.  i was walking
to class yesterday and saw signs for a "soc overnight" all around campus.
i got the chills!  now "soc" stands for skidmore outing club, but with my
indigo mind, i suddenly had this stange vision. thoughts of amy coming
here, playing "chickenman", the divine ms. ray telling stories of her
travels and whatnot into the wee hours of the morning , and a bunch of
skiddies sitting around a campfire toasting marshmallows filled my
exam-fried mind.  oh, well.  i can dream, can't i?  just thought i'd share.

                        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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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 14:32:24 -0400
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in a message dated 97-10-22 11:37:08 edt, mc writes:

<< when i promptly called them about it i got this
really obnoxious woman who finally said she'd send me the right shirt in
place of it, along with an envelope to send the wrong one back.  needless
to say, they never sent the second shirt, and i was too busy to keep
calling constantly after that. >>

hi mc !
sorry to hear about your bad experiences, mail order can be a
hassle sometimes.
you might have had better luck if you had mailed the shirt back
with the receipt (keeping a copy for yourself) explaining the situation.
and followed up with a phone call (getting the name of the customer
service rep. you speak to, of course). phone messages can easily
get lost in the shuffle. i know it's a drag to eat the postage but
somtimes it's the easiest way.
take care !
claire

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 15:00:30 -0400
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subject:      re: in which tigger gets to go onstage with amy and emily!
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oh, no!  not another "get a life" post!  do we have to go through this
*again*?
peace and *good humor* hint, hint
amy (cason, not ray) ;)

ps life without dreams would be really boring :(

on wed, 22 oct 1997, dawn r. cozzolino wrote:

> why don't you all stop dreaming and get a life?
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in a message dated 97-10-22 14:45:26 edt, marivel writes:

<< so my question is...why do people pick the most horrifyingly inappropriate
times
to scream?  are they trying to lend support these terrible things that are
happening in our country (and others), or is it just impossible for them to
got
5 minutes without hearing their own voices? >>

sometimes...much of the time, i think ... they want to hear their own voices,

have their 15 minutes of " fame " 3 seconds at a time. other times people
want to give appreciation for a line or musical passage that resonates with
them. it's one of the things i really love about live recordings...for
example,
on 1,200 curfews when saliers holds a note with a great deal of feeling
in  lotk ....the audience goes wild...that's an important element to the
energy that is a part of a live show and i think the artists feed off of it.
as far as making noise at what seems horrific... i think that they may
be trying to validate a powerful statement...as in.. ' yes amy !
that is so true how the men can encourage such destructive
impulses in women !!!!! "
of course some may need to work on the nuances in their delivery ;)
later taters !
claire

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okay, so i go away for a few days, finally come back to check my email,
and see message after message about how amy is tigger's, then mine, then
some girl's, them some guys's, then "what about poor emily?", them emily's
some girl's, then she's some guy's......
wow, i never meant to start such an uproar! <g>....
all's i said was that beautiful amy the lesbian goddess was mine...
sheesh.  yeowch.
jill
(the one who always bellows ,"marry me, amy!!!" at every ig show...bet
you've heard me already.)

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on tue, 21 oct 1997, nicola nelson wrote:

> now i want all of you to calm down and go to your respective corners.
> i'm declaring a time-out until you can play nice.  didn't your mommies
> tell you about the importance of sharing?  there's plenty of amy to go
> around for everybody.  that's it...pull out your cd's...
> pop 'em in the players... now that's what i like to see - happy faces
> all around.  and let's not have any more scratching and clawing, ok?
> whew...
>
> peace-nic
>
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well, it *is* a widely-held belief that all animals are, by nature,
bisexual.  society just tends to condition us to repress the "deviant"
side.  maybe by being in the presence of lesbians, you weren't so
obviously conscious of this societal stigma, and your other half crept
out...  oh, just kidding.  i'm not seriously trying to psychoanalyze you.
just because you like women does not make you gay.  likewise, just because
you like men, doesn't mean you're straight.  i hope someone else will
write on this and help you...i'm kinda lost myself.
jill

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on tue, 21 oct 1997, lani denton wrote:

> i am not a lesbian but within the last two weeks have seen two that i
> like. any comments or suggestions?
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i've been told by the same source with the original info about the
atlanta dates that i posted that the second show/date will go on sale
this saturday, 25 oct. gary


on wed, 22 oct 1997 07:23:41 -0400, you wrote:

>hi!
>
>a brief update on the november atlanta fox theatre shows.
>
>i just got off the phone with them, trying to find out why ticketmaster has
>taken off the info for the 26th show.  they said that they are still planning
>on having the second show, and since the first show just sold out, the second
>show should be annnounced soon.   i'm guessing that ticketmaster took the
>info off of the web site, because it wasn't really supposed to be on there in
>the first place, and they were probably sick of us calling and asking about
>it <grin>  (too bad!)
>
>also, if you are looking for tickets, you may want to listen to 99x, because
>they are having a contest each day around 11:00 am giving away tickets.  all
>you have to do is answer a question about the indigo girls. =)   i got lucky
>yesterday and actually got through to them, and won!   my question was "where
>was emily born?"   the question today was "who is the third vocalist on
>closer to fine"   so listen up, and you might get lucky!
>
>=)
>lisa

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 15:16:21 -0400
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subject:      indicated 4?? (neily shooms by... with bad humour...)

hey,

not on the list anymore (gotta pay for these phonecalls...) but what's the
deal with indicated 4?? i haven't heard much, and i've got a couple of
beautys sitting on a cassette over here...

(neily here... you may remember me from such gems as the rocked-up the
untitled song on indicated ii (and hey jesus rock on indicated) and the rap
ghost and 4/4 mystery from indicated iii)

so, the question is who, where and when??

if this died and noone took over the task, maybe i could organize... we shall
see...

like i said, i'm not feeling particularly modest about my latest tracks....

and now some humour.

top ten reasons why emily saliers is dead... (with more than a nod to the
legendary paul mccartney is dead hoax, and hoping that my timing is not
really unfortunately bad...)

1. play touch me fall backwards, it says "em is dead, mourn her"
2. if you hold the nomads*indians*saints cover up to a mirror you can make
out the words "we miss you emily".
3. "i pull the blanket higher when i'm finally safe at home" a clear lyrical
reference to being  stone cold dead.
4. no living person would find inspiration from the town of leeds. (or is it
a city??)
5. on the back cover of indigo girls, there's a white line down the middle of
the photo, an obvious allusion to a split in the band.
6. rites of passage = emily's journey to the afterlife, she took three hits
to the heart, and the spirit of galileo will reincarnate her ghost, no
joking. jonas and ezekial and the other prophets of the graveyard will
reaffirm her belief that love will come to you all. romeo and juliet will
join virginia woolf and the chickenman (all of whom are dead) in an airplane
to nashville (the same way buddy holly died), where emily says "let it be me,
one of the wives buried under the cedar tree." what more proof do you need??
7. on the cover of the same album, emily has her hands crossed in the manner
of a corpse. corpses are well known to be no longer alive. dead, in fact.
8. if you dial the 1-800 number hidden under the second disc of 2000 curfews
(non-digipack edition) you get the full truth behind this amazing cover up...
9. if you turn up the intro to scooter boys you can hear 'emily' say, "i'm an
imposter sent to take the real emilys place by having plastic surgery thus
keeping alive the spirit of the band."
10. she was spotted with elvis and john lennon at our local mcd's.

i have way too much time on my hands...

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 15:43:51 -0400
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subject:      re: please help me (nigc)
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armistead maupin, e.m. forster, dorothy allison, rita mae brown, emily
dickinson, walt whitman, gertrude stein, alice toklas,...
wow, this is lame--i can't remember any more.  let me write you back
again, i've got them all on this magnet that says "i'm in good company".
oh---tchaikovsky, saint-saens, the kid from growing pains, margie (from
the old school sassy magazine)'s brother andrew, leisha haley, ellen's
plumber.....

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
"yeah, and then you woke up..."       --rich naples
"yeah, and then your mom walked in..."    --ethel morgan
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on tue, 21 oct 1997, indigo wrote:

>  i am in a real bind and need to know the names of as many famous (living
> or dead) people who were gay, lesbian or bisexual.  i thought some of you
> out there could help me.  i have a few but need a real list.  if you
> really want to know why, i'll tell whoever responds.  thanks!!!!
>
> kate
> hull2106@fredonia.edu
>
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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 15:45:03 edt
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subject:      it won't take looong at all

--- you wrote:

okay, what is that song and who is the guy singing with them?  thanks guys!
sorry so long!

love,
jenn
--- end of quote ---
the song is called "it won't take long", amazingly enough, and can be found on
the sprit of 73 compilation put out by rock for choice...i'm not 100% sure who
did it originally...ferron? joan baez? my mom?

but anyways, yeah, it's cool. and nothing to hide is a buttspankin bootleg.

sus

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i'd like to see these purported photos.....
jill

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on tue, 21 oct 1997, j tigger kickliter wrote:

> ok children, i want all this petty squabbling to end right now!
>
> amy ray is mine and i have pictures to prove it!
>
> besides, i claimed first!
>
> nyah!
>
> peace, harmony and indigo,
>
> tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
>   -  novitiate of suzanneglassism
>     -  president, grlchasr26 fan club
> ********************************************************************
> and tigger, who had been hiding behind trees and jumping
> out on pooh's shadow when it wasn't looking, said that
> tiggers were only bouncy before breakfast, and that as soon
> as they had had a few haycorns they became quiet and refined.
> ********************************************************************
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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 16:14:09 -0400
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from:         jake borowski <sweshrung@aol.com>
subject:      ig rolling stone article

in a may 20, 1997 rolling stone article by elysa gardner she writes-
"still, indigo girls' overwrought intensity can be cloying. personal
confession and social protest have rich traditions in pop music, of course,
but not every moony coed who strums a guitar in a campus coffeehouse grows up
to be bob dylan or joni mitchell. indigo girls may have their earth-sister
charms, but they've yet to make music that's rounded enough to reflect life
in the real world. "

what did she mean by this?
does anyone agree???????

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sus wrote:
>
>--- jenn wrote:
>
>okay, what is that song and who is the guy singing with them?  thanks guys!
> sorry so long!
>
>--- end of quote ---
>the song is called "it won't take long", amazingly enough, and can be found
>on
>the sprit of 73 compilation put out by rock for choice...i'm not 100% sure
>who
>did it originally...ferron? joan baez? my mom?

ferron did the original, and when she recently remixed and re-released
the album it appears on, amy and emily joined in on backup vocals or
"testifying", as one reviewer wrote. :)  the guy singing on the ig boot
could be michael lorant, because he's on the studio version on _spirit
of '73_ (an excellent album, btw).

peace,
fran

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 16:13:18 edt
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i second the motion - bring on the photos.......:-)


        jillian.certo @ oberlin.edu (jill certo)
10/22/97 03:56 pm
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subject: re: whose amy?

i'd like to see these purported photos.....
jill

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on tue, 21 oct 1997, j tigger kickliter wrote:

> ok children, i want all this petty squabbling to end right now!
>
> amy ray is mine and i have pictures to prove it!
>
> besides, i claimed first!
>
> nyah!
>
> peace, harmony and indigo,
>
> tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
>   -  novitiate of suzanneglassism
>     -  president, grlchasr26 fan club
> ********************************************************************
> and tigger, who had been hiding behind trees and jumping
> out on pooh's shadow when it wasn't looking, said that
> tiggers were only bouncy before breakfast, and that as soon
> as they had had a few haycorns they became quiet and refined.
> ********************************************************************
>
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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 14:28:18 -0600
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i'd like to see those, too!

>----------
>from:  becky steele/ventana[smtp:becky_steele/ventana.itp@lgate.vmedia.com]
>sent:  wednesday, october 22, 1997 2:13 pm
>to:    indigo-girls@netspace.org
>subject:       re: whose amy?
>
>i second the motion - bring on the photos.......:-)
>
>
>
>
>        jillian.certo @ oberlin.edu (jill certo)
>10/22/97 03:56 pm
>to: indigo-girls @ netspace.org @ inet
>cc:  (bcc: becky steele/ventana)
>subject: re: whose amy?
>
>i'd like to see these purported photos.....
>jill
>
>^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>^^
>"yeah, and then you woke up..."       --rich naples
>"yeah, and then your mom walked in..."    --ethel morgan
>^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>^^
>
>
>on tue, 21 oct 1997, j tigger kickliter wrote:
>
>> ok children, i want all this petty squabbling to end right now!
>>
>> amy ray is mine and i have pictures to prove it!
>>
>> besides, i claimed first!
>>
>> nyah!
>>
>> peace, harmony and indigo,
>>
>> tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
>>   -  novitiate of suzanneglassism
>>     -  president, grlchasr26 fan club
>> ********************************************************************
>> and tigger, who had been hiding behind trees and jumping
>> out on pooh's shadow when it wasn't looking, said that
>> tiggers were only bouncy before breakfast, and that as soon
>> as they had had a few haycorns they became quiet and refined.
>> ********************************************************************
>>
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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 16:43:48 -0400
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jake wrote:
>in a may 20, 1997 rolling stone article by elysa gardner she writes-
---a bunch of crap snipped---
>
>what did she mean by this?

she meant that:
a) she doesn't get it, it's beyond her comprehension
b) she didn't really listen to the album
c) she doesn't like our girls
d) she was taking mind-altering substances when she wrote the review
e) all of the above

this was one of the most irresponsible album reviews i've ever seen, but
you left out the line where she made a comment about the "wacky
sadomasochist" in dgtgag, now a term of endearment among many ig fans.

>does anyone agree???????

hell no, not here anyways!

peace,
fran
>

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i need help. i'm looking for a good boot of an ani show where she sings
"when doves cry." i can trade ig stuff, and would even be willing to part
with some old cd singles if need be; however, i don't have any ani boots to
trade. if you can help e-mail and we'll work out a trade.
--john

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subject:      re: concert pc and this skynard dude...
x-to:         marivel@umich.edu

in a message dated 97-10-22 14:16:28 edt, marivel@m.imap.itd.umich.edu
writes:

<<  it's like openly (and loudly) acknowledging that you don't have
any idea what the girls are trying to say with their music, and
disrespecting
them and the issues that they sing about.   >>

granted, obnoxious and seemingly "inappropriate" cheering are
annoying...who's place is it to determine what verses are proper to cheer for
and which aren't?  i mean, ig appeals to everyone differently, and what you
or i may deem disrespectful may be just innocent noise.  i go to a concert to
have fun and enjoy the music, and sometimes i wanna scream about it.  let's
not take ourselves too seriously and try to fit some fun in here somewhere.

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 16:52:07 -0400
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subject:      crabby crabby bitter listee on the prowl...  watch out!
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grrr, getting a bit nasty, aren't we?  this does not sound like
peace, love, and indigo to me.  ouch.  go listen to swamp ophelia, take a
nap, and mellow out.  come back when you've got nice things to write to
your fellow listees.  sheesh.
jill
p.s. btw, i have a life, but thanks for the advice to get one.  and i
can't speak for everyone else who was *joking* about this with me, but i'm
sure they've all got happy, fulfilling, fun lives too.  amy and em just
make 'em better, is all.
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on wed, 22 oct 1997, dawn r. cozzolino wrote:

> why don't you all stop dreaming and get a life?
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i just had to share with someone- why not the people who would understand the
most  - i dreamed last night that michael lorant and amy ray both owned real
estate in the city where i live and i thought - cool - maybe amy will move her
record label to chapel hill (the hot bed of all new music - right?).

then i woke up and wondered why i would have dreamed about this - could be my
pending unemployment.

so much for the mind ....b

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 14:59:05 -0600
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subject:      re: ig rolling stone article
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yes, fran, i completely agree. when i originally read that article, i was
just disgusted by it. an extremely immature album review to say the least.

i, too, was completely puzzled by the "sadomasochism" thing in reference
to "dgtgag" the only conclusion: elysa gardner is an idiot.
on wed, 22 oct 1997, fran egan wrote:

> jake wrote:
> >in a may 20, 1997 rolling stone article by elysa gardner she writes-
> ---a bunch of crap snipped---
> >
> >what did she mean by this?
>
> she meant that:
> a) she doesn't get it, it's beyond her comprehension
> b) she didn't really listen to the album
> c) she doesn't like our girls
> d) she was taking mind-altering substances when she wrote the review
> e) all of the above
>
> this was one of the most irresponsible album reviews i've ever seen, but
> you left out the line where she made a comment about the "wacky
> sadomasochist" in dgtgag, now a term of endearment among many ig fans.
>
> >does anyone agree???????
>
> hell no, not here anyways!
>
> peace,
> fran
> >
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i thought those people cheered when she said "texas to tennesssee", not
"sixteen black chuches burning"....?
jill

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>>>granted, obnoxious and seemingly "inappropriate" cheering are
annoying...who's place is it to determine what verses are proper to cheer for
and which aren't?  i mean, ig appeals to everyone differently, and what you
or i may deem disrespectful may be just innocent noise.  i go to a concert to
have fun and enjoy the music, and sometimes i wanna scream about it.  let's
not take ourselves too seriously and try to fit some fun in here somewhere.
>>>

it seems to me that some things obviously shouldn't be cheered for. if you want
to argue which color is better, blue or green, i say each person can have his
or her own opinion. when it comes to someone hatefully burning down churches i
would have to say that that is wrong, and i don't think its debatable.

personally, i don't think all of the people who cheered were racist or
anything, i just think they heard their home state mentioned and just felt like
cheering. this is pretty frustrating to those who find deep meaning in the
music, but maybe you're right and we shouldn't take things so seriously.

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 17:06:58 -0400
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subject:      igc

does ig own a resturaunt in atlanta?  i heard that the other day, and
wondered if anyone knew...
kate

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has amy played "don't give that girl a gun" in any recent concerts
lately?

gap

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 15:25:28 -0600
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hi guys...

i was at the nashville show, and people cheered at the line "from texas
to tennessee," not "sixteen black churches"  one of the reasons people
were so irreverent was because emily was cutting up in the  beginning of
the song, and she looked kind of funny.  her microphone was slipping
down, and she had to lean closer and closer to the piano.  i think that
ticked her off.    anyway, the energy level at that show was incredible,
and people were cheering the entire time.  the only obnoxious people
were 2 guys from western kentucky that jumped up and screamed at
"spokane" during "hey kind friend."  everything else was great.  so
people cheer when they hear the mention of their homestate? i don't
think it's a big deal.

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>from:  jill certo[smtp:jillian.certo@oberlin.edu]
>sent:  wednesday, october 22, 1997 3:06 pm
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>subject:       re: concert pc and this skynard dude...
>
>i thought those people cheered when she said "texas to tennesssee", not
>"sixteen black chuches burning"....?
>jill
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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 17:29:47 est
reply-to:     kelley termeer <termeeke@miamiu.acs.muohio.edu>
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from:         kelley termeer <termeeke@miamiu.acs.muohio.edu>
subject:      question about nothing to hide

whoever was asking about the nothing to hide thing (i am sorry that i forgot to
check for your name before deleting):

this is reunion, but with the wrong name.  and the rest of the list you talked
about comes from a cd called days of wine and roses that is an import from ital
y.  yes, they sing southern man with kristen hall.  this could also be the radi
o city music hall show on june 28, 1994.  (the cd was made from that show).

hope that was helpful.

kelley

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 15:33:38 -0600
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on wed, 22 oct 1997, katie f. rozar wrote:

> does ig own a resturaunt in atlanta?  i heard that the other day, and
> wondered if anyone knew...
> kate
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katie,

i believe emily is part owner of the flying biscuit cafe in atlanta. i
know she has something to do with it, not sure if the part owner part is
right. i believe she also helped to finance a store called the common
pond.

amy m.

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can someone help out plamon3481@aol.com with a dub of color me grey?
i'm sure she'll be very happy!
we are fortunate ones,
joe

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hey joe-
            just wanted to tell you that you have a great web page and ask
you if you know anything about the solo cd/demo that amy put out in
1984-1985-1986, it was one of those years.  it's called "color me
grey".......if you have any info on that or can tell me how i can get it i
would appreciate it...
thanks, you can email me at :
             cangel@uwm.csd.edu
-yours truly,
nikki

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subject:      re: chicago shows

i will be at the chicago show...interested in a list meet, anyone???

dee
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on wed, 22 oct 1997 12:28:04 -0400 jake borowski <sweshrung@aol.com>
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>any list people meeting before the sun show, if not, we should try to
>get
>together.  write back if anyones interested
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subject:      re: ig rolling stone article

in a message dated 97-10-22 16:17:24 edt, sweshrung writes:

<< in a may 20, 1997 rolling stone article by elysa gardner she writes-
"still, indigo girls' overwrought intensity can be cloying. personal
confession and social protest have rich traditions in pop music, of course,
but not every moony coed who strums a guitar in a campus coffeehouse grows
up
to be bob dylan or joni mitchell. indigo girls may have their earth-sister
charms, but they've yet to make music that's rounded enough to reflect life
in the real world. "

what did she mean by this?>>

what she is trying to say is;

" i am a lonely cynical, bitter, bitter woman who has been absorbed
  into the machine and this is my cry for help."

hope that helps !
:)

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subject:      re: concert pc and this skynard dude...

> so people cheer when they hear the mention of their homestate? i don't
> think it's a big deal.

okay, well thanks for giving me a better understanding of the situation.  it
certainly helps me look at that particular incident with a little bit more
perspective, and that's important.  i still don't think it's a non-issue though.
maybe not a "big deal" but it's not the only time something like this has
happened, and sometimes they cannot be explained away.  sometimes they are just
offensive.  what do people do during this train (revised)?  there are some
really strong lines in that one too.  i'll have to go look for some live
performances of that one and see how people reacted.  and try to remember
folks...i'm not talking about every song in every show.  just certain very
sensitive songs that take up maybe a few minutes of a handfull of shows a year.
it's not like i'm advocating for complete silence and meditation all the time.

actually what i'm remembering now is how people reacted at the shakopee lilith
fair when jewel performed that song "pieces of you".  something like that (if
anyone is into jewel, please help me out).  and if you have't heard this song
it's gut wrenching.  makes me cry just about every time i hear it.  from the top
of my head every verse is a different person, like: she's a pretty girl...does
it make you want to tear her clothes off?  she's an ugly girl...does it make you
want to kick her in the face?  then she talks about gays and a jewish man.  and
these people at the lilith show were cheering after all of these lines.  a pair
of 7 or 8 year old girls were standing near us and proceeded to woooo loudly
after every verse.  i don't think they understood any of what was being said,
and that's just how i see these kind of reactions.

and remember i'm letting go of the nashville thing.  the show was in that state,
maybe some people hadn't heard the song and didn't know what it was about.  and
it seems like the atmosphere that emily set up was not too serious, so maybe the
pause that she made after the verse was just more annoyance with the equipment
than anything else.  there are too many elements to make any kind of complaint
about the screams, so i take back all my comments about that version of that
song that night.  thanks to everyone who helped fill in the holes in my post...

marivel

   sofi:  i have to talk to amy.
   kris:  yeah...maybe you should wait 'til that girl gets off her face.

   ******

   kris:  i like your hair...it makes me want to play tennis.

   "inn trouble" (cristina rey, director) 1996

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>top ten reasons why emily saliers is dead...
>8. if you dial the 1-800 number hidden under the second disc of 2000
curfews
>(non-digipack edition) you get the full truth behind this amazing cover
up...

"thank you for calling sony music.  please hold the line." ... i don't get
it

also, since we're misinterpreting lyrics, did anyone ever notice this line
from world falls:  "give me walking shoes, feathered arms, and a key to
heaven's gate."  if i'm not mistaken that's the name of the cult that
hitched a ride on the comet.  what exactly is amy trying to say here?

elizabeth

visit my web page: http://miavx1.muohio.edu/~skippeec,
but don't make fun of it
~~~
"maybe abc should warn parents this way: 'caution, don't let your
kids watch this show, it might prove hazardous to your hypocrisy.'"
-robert dawidoff, "a warning label on 'ellen'..."

"i knocked at the oval office. i was sure what i had to say.
well, they looked at me kind of funny, asked me what group
i was with. i said i come on my own to represent the girl
who don't take no shit."
-caroline aiken/emily saliers

"when any government, or any church for that matter, undertakes to
say to its subjects 'this you may not read, this you may not see,
this you are forbidden to know' the end result is tyranny and
oppression, no matter how holy the motives."
-robert heinlein

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katherine!

>they talked about their upcoming tour to australia in february, and said
they would pretty much be >touring nonstop until the summer.

what did they say about coming to see us in australia?? details details!!!!
please???

helen

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i'm experiencing the same feelings myself.  wish someone would shine their
life like a light on my confusion.

-----kelly s (still learning to respect what i don't understand)


on wed, 22 oct 1997, jill certo wrote:

> well, it *is* a widely-held belief that all animals are, by nature,
> bisexual.  society just tends to condition us to repress the "deviant"
> side.  maybe by being in the presence of lesbians, you weren't so
> obviously conscious of this societal stigma, and your other half crept
> out...  oh, just kidding.  i'm not seriously trying to psychoanalyze you.
> just because you like women does not make you gay.  likewise, just because
> you like men, doesn't mean you're straight.  i hope someone else will
> write on this and help you...i'm kinda lost myself.
> jill
>
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> "yeah, and then your mom walked in..."    --ethel morgan
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> on tue, 21 oct 1997, lani denton wrote:
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> > i am not a lesbian but within the last two weeks have seen two that i
> > like. any comments or suggestions?
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sorry to waste bandwidth, but kirsten chevalier, please email me.  i sent
you tapes months ago, and i haven't gotten the boots back.  i don't know
if you are still on the list or not, so anyone else, please email me privately and let me know.  thanks and sorry- anna bolton

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is anyone from the list planning on meeting before the show??

michelle

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date: wed, 22 oct 1997 19:06:03 -0400 (edt)
from: jillian.certo@oberlin.edu
to: elizabeth skipper <skippeec@muohio.edu>
cc: jillian.certo@oberlin.edu
subject: re:      re: please help me (nigc)

uhh, he played jonathan.  oh, wait, it was on who's the boss.  my bad.
danny pintauro was his name.  all those 80's sitcoms...  confusing...
duh, i'm loopy.  but y'all know that already.
jill

on wed, 22 oct 1997, elizabeth skipper wrote:
>
> which kid from growing pains?  ben?  i never knew.
>
> elizabeth
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at 04:44 pm 10/22/97 -0400, you wrote:
>i need help. i'm looking for a good boot of an ani show where she sings
>"when doves cry." i can trade ig stuff, and would even be willing to part
>with some old cd singles if need be; however, i don't have any ani boots to
>trade. if you can help e-mail and we'll work out a trade.
>--john

hi john
the ani boot was tree'ed earlier in the month and i just want to let
everyone know this branch is more'n happy to trade!  it's a very good boot;
the crowd is respectful and ani sounds like she had a lot of fun.  and yeah
the girls are faint on the artist formerly known as royalty song but i hear
amy's luscious voice loud and clear!

this is andi's original post about the boot:

>okay, everyone...here's the deal w/ this boot.  first of all, i wanted to
>mention that it is an *ani* boot.  ig only join her for the last song, they
>don't say anything, & you can only hear them singing if you listen
>carefully.  the audience does cheer really loudly when they come out
>though!  here's the set list:
>
>my iq
>cradle and all
>worthy
>gravel
>letter to a john
>the slant
>buildings and bridges
>little plastic castles
>anticipate
>that night
>both hands
>napoleon
>done wrong
>shy
>in or out
>when doves cry (w/ ig)
>
>it's an amazing set list, if i do say so myself, but only if you're an ani
>fan.  if you're just getting this to hear ig, i wouldn't recommend it.  i
>think it's pretty damn cool though!  that said, there were too many
>requests to handle it by myself, so i decided to set up a little tree w/
>the people who were kind enough to volunteer to be branches.  (i hope
>that's okay w/ all of you.)   this is my first time attempting a tree, so i
>hope i'm doing it right.  contact the person w/ your birthday month for
>details.  oh, & it's a 90 min. tape.
>
>andi <ablipman@sas.upenn.edu>  branches, jan., feb.
>john <jmiller@wdl.lmco.com>  march, april, may
>sue <skwan@midway.uchicago.edu>  june, july, august
>heather <hhusted@bu.edu>  sept., oct.
>grace <kilorria7s@aol.com>   nov., dec.

go for it kidderoos!  & my bootlist is at
www.angelfire.com/ma/artemis9/bootlist.html.

luv
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hey guys, this is to all my dayton listees (twink, lisa, don, et.al.):
here's an update:
i got *everyone's* money, and it's waiting patiently on my dresser.  $660.
my god!  i've never seen so much cash at one time, in one pile, in my
life.  i will try to give back everyone's extra $ if there is no
ticketmaster fee...(still don't know if there is one).
the tix go on sale to ud students on friday, the 24th, not today, as
originally announced.  they go on sale at 3 pm.  they are available to the
general public at 10 am the next day.
michelle was giving me a hard time about all the hassle...
but she's (grudgingly) helping me.  she's upset with me, not with you
guys.  yeah, we found out there's a 4-ticket-per-ud-id limit.  wonderful
(that was sarcasm).  we're trying to round up a group of students who will
help us buy them.  i found a girl who goes to school there who will help
me.  so right now, we can get maybe 16 tix.  don't panic;
michelle's gathering a group of people today, i just haven't heard from
her since this morning.
i'm going down there either late thurs. nite (after a they might be giants
concert in cleveland) or fri. morn, and i will stay until i get all the
tickets necessary.  so even if i do not get all the tix with ud id's on
fri, i will be sleeping at the box office and will get the best possible
seats on sat. morn.
is this okay with everybody?  hope so.  if it's not, you must call me and
let me know, since i am not at school this week (well, i am now, but only
to check my email, which i can't do from home).  call tonight; i will be
awake forever.  insomnia.  i gave y'all the number already.  if you don't
have it and need it, i guess you'll have to email the list and ask someone
who has it to give it to you.
okay, i think that's it.
will someone else please plan the listgathering?  this is too much
stressing for me.  arg.
jill
p.s.  i got don saying "arg" in his messages!!!!  hee hee.  see?  i'm
contagious.

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"yeah, and then your mom walked in..."    --ethel morgan
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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 19:52:47 -0400
reply-to:     michelle struna <mds31@cornell.edu>
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his coming out article is in noe other than the enquirer. there is a
positive review of it at the glaad homepage.

http://www.glaad.com

i think it's under "in the news" for the year 1997.


michelle

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 16:42:05 -0700
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> >
> > which kid from growing pains?  ben?  i never knew.
> >
> > elizabeth

hey, i know who that is! :)
he goes to usc and he was in a class with me for a bit. :)

ha!

xochitl

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 21:04:14 -0700
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    sorry girls, but she's all mine!!!

                      live, love, & dream,
                            red rebel mcnary

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a rose for all u beautiful peoples,   @-}------  !
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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 23:03:13 -0500
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oh yeah?????  well girlies, i get her tatoo!!!!!

angie

at 09:04 pm 10/22/97 -0700, you wrote:
>    sorry girls, but she's all mine!!!
>
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>                            red rebel mcnary
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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 23:43:16 -0400
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subject:      valdosta help

ok all you listees who were there when i made my stage debut.  i need help
and i need it now

none of my pictures turned out from the show!!!!!!!  i could absolutely kill
the camera manufacturer.  please if amyone has pictures from when iw as
onstage (especially if you got amy hugging me) please let me know so i can
get copies from you.

thanks a million,

~~tigger

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    hi.  i know this is a huge favor to ask, but there might be a kind
soul out there willing to help me.  is anyone planning to go to the
concert in atlanta on nov. 26?  if so, and you are in atlanta and
planning on waiting in line to get good tickets, do you think you could
possibly get two for me?  i live in south carolina and there's no way to
get there saturday to get tickets.  i know this is a lot to ask, but my
friend and i have always wanted to have good seats (anywhere in the
front 10 rows) at an indigo girls concert.  we always have the worst of
luck and wind up really far away.  so if anyone has sympathy for me....
;-)  i know it's a lot to ask, but i have never been to an ig concert
where i had good seats, so this would mean a lot to me.
    so, if anyone would be willing to do this for me, i would truly be
forever greatful.

thanks,
sharon

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date:         wed, 22 oct 1997 23:53:07 -0400
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i'm posting again to repeat my plea for transportation back from the
deleware concert this friday to swarthmore, or actually anywhere from which
we can get to swarthmore - ie philly, marcus hook train station, etc.  one
kind person has already volunteered to take two of us back, but there are
three more of us that still desperately need rides.  please write me back
at dkraut1@swarthmore.edu if you can help.  thanks!
dan kraut
dkraut1@swarthmore.edu

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 00:42:49 -0500
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i just wanted to say to jill, you are a lifesaver!!!!!  thanks for going
out of your way to get us tix!  if amy was mine (which she is, but we'll
let that one pass...), i'd share!  ;-)
can everyone do me a favor?!  please send them vibes to play "power of 2"
in dayton.  it is my favorite song, and after all the ig shows i've been
to, i still have not heard it live!  thanks!
:-) karen

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"so i'll keep you wondering what time i'm arriving, and you drive me
crazy with your backseat driving, and i'll talk in my sleep, and you'll
steal all the covers, we'll argue it out and we'll call ourselves lovers,
and i'll stay in my body, and you'll stay in your own, cause we know that
we're born and we're dying alone, so we'll turn out the lights while the
sirens are screaming, and we'll kiss for the waking and then join the
dreaming. in love but not at peace."
        --dar williams

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okay, folks, i got a new thread...

taking just a song title and the teensiest bit of knowledge
about the song and/or its lyrics, what stupid
misinterpretations can we come up with?

eg:
"jonas and ezekial" - a song about two lovers who are in the
        closet ("jonas and ezekial hear me now, steady now
        and don't come out...")

"power of two" - a mathematical lullaby to sing/bore children
        back to sleep after they wake up from a nightmare
        ("baby i'm here to stop your crying...")

c'mon, i know you can do better than me... (this has got to
be one of the most stupid threads i've ever thought up... :)

sherlyn

ps - glaad is at http://www.glaad.org, not glaad.com as
someone posted before...
pps - michelle malone mailing list coming soon, i think -
stay tuned...
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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 01:12:47 -0400
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for everyone who sponsored me, i promised i'd let you know on the list how
i did.  there were gazillions (ok so i forgot how many) people there, and
i believe the final quote on the amount raised was $1.4 million.  i tried
to verify this before posting, but (shock!) couldn't find anything on the
internet about the actual amount, and my memory isn't so great at one a.m.

i personally raised $129, and my girlfriend raised $100.  so, to everyone
on the list who sponsored me...

thankyouthankyouthankyouthankyouthankyouthankyou!!!!!
:):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

and now i think i can sleep.
peace,
amy

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hey everyone,

i'm just about to update the list settings, so that
you will all be prompted to confirm your subscriptions
every six months or so.  we're setting this up in
order to weed out some of the older inactive addresses
and things like that.

because this list has been around for awhile, some of
you may be prompted to confirm your subscription
straightaway.  some of you may not be prompted for
weeks or months.  once you're prompted to renew your
subscription, you'll have two weeks to send the
confirm code to the server before you're automatically
removed from the list.

the confirmation itself is simple and should only take
you a few seconds to do.  contact me if you have any
problems with it...

and don't say i didn't warn you. :)  now, back to your
regularly scheduled programming...
sherlyn
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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 01:22:21 -0400
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subject:      dayton info

hey ya'll....i've been lurking around the list for about a month or so
now...and i have to say that i just love all the great stories you all
tell..:) specially the one of tigger and amy..:)  go tigger!!! now here's the
question i've got to ask...i am planning on taking the 4 hour drive to dayton
to go see the girls. i am calling ticketmaster at 10:00 on saturday...how bad
do you think my seats are gonna be?? does anyone know what kind of venue this
is in? i'm just concerned that i am going to make this trip only to find out
that i am dancing in the snow the whole time. (yes, it snowed at the tribe
game tonite!! i was there!! )  if any one of your kind souls know any of this
info...i would greatly appreciate it if you could privately email me..:)
thanks ya'll.
love, peace, and smiles :)
jenni
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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 01:40:52 -0400
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this is from ryan, station manager of wmwc:

>i'm putting up the page with the interview in realaudio tomorrow evening,
>so tell the list members to check tomorrow night at
> <http://www.mwc.edu/~wmwc/ig.html>   --  that's also where the pictures
>will go when we get them.

here is a transcription of some of the interview so y'all can get a jump on
it!
i'll post the rest when i get it, or if it ends up on the web, i'll let you
know where it is.

interview by huyen l. campbell and natalie illum
transcribed by ryan a. macmichael

     there was a lot of question as to why an internationally known
grammy-winning group like the indigo girls would come to a school as
small at mary washington college.  during a joint interview with the
bullet and wmwc, amy ray and emily sailers expressed how much
they loved the college crowd because that is where their careers were
born and so much of their support is based.  this week the bullet
presents part one of a two-part transcription of a portion of the lengthy
interview.

q: how do you adapt your performances for where you're playing: clubs,
colleges, large concerts...

amy: we try to adapt to the audience whether it's large or small.  even
with small audiences it changes from one venue to the next. it depends on
what kind of mood people are in.  we'll change our set list in the middle
of the show if we feel like it's going the wrong way.  but a lot of
times, in smaller audiences, we tend to be a little more spontaneous just
because it breathes a little more and when you talk to the audience
people can actually hear what you're saying and understand what you're
trying to get across.  sometimes we try to be spontaneous in a big place,
too, but we lend ourselves better to small places, i think.

q: shaming of the sun is a very different album in terms of the music and
lyrics.  how do you compare it with your other albums?

emily: well, one obvious difference is that in the past we've had
producers come in, even though amy and i have always had veto power
creatively, in the end.  scott litt produced the first two
epic records, then we had peter collins come on board.  this time for
"shaming of the sun," we had peter for the first three weeks of the
project and we were trying to enlist other producers to come in and give
us fresh ideas, but nobody was working out.  so, after the first three
weeks of the project, amy and i went ahead and made the decision to
produce it ourselves.  we asked david lenner, he was the engineer at that
time, to co-produce it with us, so i think this album more than any other,
we were at the helm and we felt a lot more free to experiment, just running
around the studio trying different amp sounds,  whereas before might
bring in some real high quality or virtuoso-type players to play their
instruments.  this time we just decided to play a  lot of those
instruments ourselves.  even though they may not be as well
played, it's our voice and our expression on those instruments.  it
really was like our homegrown project in a way.

amy: i think the next record we'll probably produce it ourselves as
well.  i'm sure in our career we'll bring in other people to lend
themselves to us because it's fun to get a different spirit in there
and different influence.  you can always learn from somebody else.  the
next record hopefully will be even more exploratory.  i think we're going
to do some more folk music on the next one, actually, instead of just
electric.  we're going to try to really polarize this time.

q: what are your major musical and philosophical influences?

emily: for me as a songwriter, early on, i'd have to say that joni
mitchell was the very biggest influence.  and then in later years i
became more drawn to harder edge music, which i might not have been
attracted to at that phase in my development.  people like patti smith,
who i'm totally into now, who i wasn't into at all 5 years ago, or 10
years ago.  and then i've always loved different kinds of black music.
r&b, or black jazz, hip-hop, rap... from very early on jackson five was
my favorite group.  somehow my soul is connected to that music, but i
wish i could write more like that.  and then, i like classic rock,
like aerosmith, led zeppelin, and groups like that.

amy: philosophically, i think i've been most attached to what would be
considered the real folk movement like peter segar and the real activist
movement and more of the punk underground movement where you pay
attention to the need for low ticket prices and the need for the need for
a grass roots community organizing, the need to keep your music as much
out of the corporate sector as you can, but still have it spread out to
as many people as possible, which is an interesting balance.  i think
musically neil young has been a mainstay with me.  and
i've gone in and out of periods where i listen to reggae all the time, or
i listen to folk all the time, or i listen to punk all
the time.  i guess this year was sort of a rage against the machine year
for me.

emily: that's true -- we love rage!

q: how much formal training did you have and how much do you think is
necessary to become a professional artist?

emily: both amy and i come from musical families and sang in church
choirs and high school choirs.  i took some classical guitar lessons when
i was a kid.  i think that getting trained depends on what kind of player
you want to be or what kind of musician.  for rock and roll sensibility
or punk sensibility or something that comes straight from the heart is
completely emotional and passionate.  you don't need training for that
kind of thing, you can be the best player in the world and not have that
passion.  but, on the other hand, there are certain players who are very
fine players and a lot of it has to do with how much they've practiced
and what they've learned along the years.  it's not something you have to
have but it can be a positive thing depending on what kind of player you
want to be.

amy: but i think you do have to play   a lot of people say "how do you
make it" and "how do you become a songwriter?"  it's just like, sit down
and start writing songs.  you just need to spend as much time as
possible.  for me, when i started practicing guitar i improved a lot.  in
the last few years i've started practicing more.  it's not a matter
necessarily that you have to have formal training, but you need to sit
down and spend time with it and just get as much experience
as you can.

q: what is the creative process for the indigo girls like?

emily: sometimes we've heard snippets of each other's songs during the
year, especially amy's because she writes a lot on the road and plays
parts of those new songs during sound checks and i'll have heard a lot of
beginnings of those ideas and sometimes she's heard some of mine.  when
we get together, usually we learn a bunch of songs before we're getting
ready to record so we dedicate a period of time to that.  basically we'll
do a bunch of songs for each other, sit down in either one of our living
rooms, and maybe tape it and play the song, talk about which vision
either i have for my songs or she has for hers and then we just sort of
start fiddling with it and then ideas come, and then it's just basically
like a general brainstorming session.  sometimes ideas work, and sometimes
they don't.  i think that amy and i  just have a real good sense of going
with the flow.  it's like, remove your ego, think what's best for this
song.  and sometimes you don't think an idea at first and then you stick
with it and you like it later.  so it's a lot of give and take and it's
something that's always come pretty naturally to us, thank goodness given
how polarized we are in terms of our styles and expression.

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 02:44:23 -0400
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subject:      i met a & e (lehigh)!!!!

hi y'all!  i have mostly been a lurker but i am way too excited to keep my
mouth shut at this point!!!!  i have seen the girls 4 times since april and
tonight was by far their most incredible performance.  they were both so into
their music and also appeared to be so excited; happy & smiling :-)
throughout the night.  i have to say i was a bit disappointed with the
audience. the people in the front middle section  were seated for most of the
show (they must've won tix form a radio station!) and it was such a bummer to
be the only ones standing while they were going all out on stage.  that
however, is my only complaint!

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 03:08:11 -0400
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subject:      ops! part 2 (long): i met a & e (lehigh)!!!!

in all my glory, i must've clicked 'send' by accident.......

so anyhooo.......did i mention that i was in the fifth row, just off to
emily's side?  they opened with secure yourself and they played a great mix
of old and new. i'm sure someone else will post the setlist.  i was thrilled
to hear love will come to you; i think this is one of their most beautiful
songs.  would've loved to hear hammer and nail but again, i was not
disappointed.  amy rocked on scooter boys and sys - like i've never seen
before.  it was incredible to see her so full of expression!  go girl!!!!
they both just seemed like they were in love with music and with performing!
andi and jess got to sing with them and i was green with envy!  little did i
know what was yet to come :-)

my friend was given two after show stickers but there were four of us (and i
wasn't one of the two who was gettin' a pass!).  when the show ended, my
roommate and i followed our friends into the waiting area.  the guards led us
into a back area and said "show us your stickers."  i just somehow walked to
the left of my firend and avoided any contact with the guy.  unfortunately,
someone stopped my roommie & she wasn't allowed back.  i just kept walking
and sat down at a table, for fear of being kicked out!  so there were 3 of us
and all of a sudden we were about to meet the fuckin' indigo girls!!!!
aaaahhhh!  i was actually nervous!

they came out and walked around to each table, shaking hands and signing
autographs.  when our turn came, we invited them to come have a beer with us.
unfortunately they were headed directly to baltimore (not that they would
have taken us up on the offer!).  i asked amy if she thought they would ever
do a show with ani (difranco).  she said she's been tryin' and is going to
propose a club project for them to work together on.  i told her to come to
nyc and she said "oh, of course. ny has the best clubs. roseland..."

i am not doing a great job of explaining what it was like.  i know that they
came back there out of obligation.  but, they were so, well, gracious.  they
made sure they went around to everyone, signed tickets and  took photographs
with whoever asked (two with me!!!!!).  i have to admit that it was a little
awkward.  what do i say to these two women i admire so much.  "thank you for
touching my life?"  just sitting there, thowing praise in their faces. all
they could say was thank you. emily even said, "i don't know what to say."
so genuine!  i just bascially thanked them for such a great show and for
hangin' out with us.

i'd say we were back there for about 15-20 minutes total. at the end, the
guard let my roommate come back which was a perfect ending!  i don't know
what else to say except that i was completely blown away!!!!!

'night!
marci

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 12:30:32 +0500
reply-to:     sharon jennings <rcxsj@unix.ccc.nottingham.ac.uk>
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hi folks,

after a long absence i'm back and my darn thesis is finally written :)

awhile ago i was trading with someone in australia for a pal copy of the
great woods pay per view show....... the tape hasn't arrived and i can't
get an answer by e-mail. so, does anyone have a pal copy? i have some uk
and usa tv/interviews/live performances and the disney special all on pal
that i can trade.

thanks
sharon

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 08:23:03 -0500
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has anybody ever seen a peppermint patty (as in charlie brown) cartoon
where marcie says to peppermint patty, "i think it's about time you came
out of the closet, sir."
if you have, could you email me?
thanks
alycia

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 07:24:23 -0600
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for those dar williams fans out there... she will be playing at cafe
milano in nashville at 7:00 pm.  cost is 11.95 per person....  i don't
have the number for the cafe, but i'm sure you can get it from
information.  you will need to call to make reservations!

jo anne

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 06:38:22 pdt
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ok, i can kick this one off.   strange fire is clearly america's anthem
of love for "democracy," as witnessed by its use of the healing power of
napalm in viet nam.

"i come to you with strange fire, i make an offering of love.  the
incense of my soil is burned by the fire in my blood." (hey, if anybody
wants to say, isn't that "soul" not "soil" i'm quoting - sic -
from the lyric insert) (so talk to epic)

nic
p.s. i bet you guys had hoped for lighthearted humor in this vein.
sorry.  i guess maybe my political slip is showing...


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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 08:55:24 -0500
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all this talk about amy in the last few days has reminded me of a saying we have in india.....if you are going to merely dream about making rice, why don't you go ahead and use real butter in your dream?

so here are a few of my dreams with real butter....
1) the ig come to dfw right away.
2) hardly anybody knows they are in town so i actually get tickets within the first ten rows
3) they play a really small venue
4) they encourage you to boot the show and do everything they can to help you out with this
5) they pose for a  thousand pictures in bright light and none of my pictures turn out grainy
6) they take requests and agree to play romeo and juliet among other gems
7) they give us a detailed itinerary of their plans and we get to sign up for the next new cd for an advance sale
8) they promise they'll never ever ever split up
9) we get to videotape the whole show perfectly
10) the show goes on all night long, they sing, they talk, they sing some more, and never get tired.

i think i may have just used up a six-month supply of butter with this one!  but wouldn't it be great?

dr. urvashi pitre

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whoa!  i love being on the list.  i swear, i will never forget this...
what shall i call it?  an aphorism of sorts?

>.if you are going to merely dream about making rice, why don't you go
ahead and use real butter in your dream?

talk about good advice!
thanks, doc.

nic (who is reminded to dream big with lots of butter)


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ok, i'm going to the umbc show on saturday, but, one minor problem, i
don't know how to get there!  if someone could email me with any sorta
directions to help me out (i'll be headed up 95 from the south!) that'd
be the bestest thing in the whole entire world!  :)

sounds like they've been putting on some kickass shows recently, and,
damn, am i excited to get up there, eh?  concert # 11, perhaps i'll even
be front row again...  that is, if i can find the place!  :)

email away!
renee

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 10:28:14 -0400
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hey kids,
i'm going to dayton on saturday to buy tickets, but i need a few directions.
i can get to the city of dayton (via 75 north), but i don't know where the
university is or where on campus the box office is.  if someone has this
information, or knows where i could get it, i'd be grateful.  thanks.

elizabeth

visit my web page: http://miavx1.muohio.edu/~skippeec,
but don't make fun of it
~~~
"maybe abc should warn parents this way: 'caution, don't let your
kids watch this show, it might prove hazardous to your hypocrisy.'"
-robert dawidoff, "a warning label on 'ellen'..."

"i knocked at the oval office. i was sure what i had to say.
well, they looked at me kind of funny, asked me what group
i was with. i said i come on my own to represent the girl
who don't take no shit."
-caroline aiken/emily saliers

"when any government, or any church for that matter, undertakes to
say to its subjects 'this you may not read, this you may not see,
this you are forbidden to know' the end result is tyranny and
oppression, no matter how holy the motives."
-robert heinlein

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 09:33:36 -0500
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get out the map is the song she sings to her husband on vacation.. every vacation!
hammer and a nail is an ad jingle for homo depot
hand me downs is the song of the baby of the family
world falls is what the tourist sings after visiting niagara.. or california after an earthquake
don't give that girl a gun is the anti-nra song
fugitive is the theme-song for the harrison ford movie
least complicated is the scientist's song about favoring parsimony in all laws.. (what is that one really called?)

nice thread sherlyn!

dr. urvashi pitre

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 11:21:56 -0400
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hey y'all!

point of information:  i keep seeing lots and lots of us asking others for
directions here and directions there, and it's nice that we have this
resource, but here's another resource:

http:/www.mapsonus.com

it's a neat little page that is free...all you have to do is "register"
with your email addy.  you put in the address of your start point (wherever
you live) and the address of your destination, click "go" and it will give
you step by step directions anywhere in the u.s.  i did it for driving
directions from my humble abode in massachusetts to my sisters pad in
durango, colorado just to test it out.  it was  right on the money, from
door to door.  gives you mileage, allows you to choose "fastest route" or
"scenic route" or "allow a stop in the middle" etc.  neat little service.

if you know where you want to go but don't know the address (like you want
to go to the palace in new haven or where the heck is lowell, ma?), before
you fire up the "mapsonus" page, go to yahoo or some other search engine
and look for online yellow pages ... you should be able to find out the
street address for your destination.

anyway, happy trails!

joni :o)

(who refuses to make the easy joke that you guys out there never ask for
directions anyway......nope, not me...i'd never do that...that'd be
stereotyping and i'd never do that...;o)

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 11:40:28 -0500
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i also me the indigo girls.  my story is not as exciting as tigger's (no
singing "closer to fine" with them and no hugs, but i did get to shake
amy's hand), but i was just so glad that i did meet them.

i was at a cd singing.  i kind of thought that amy and emily would be
cordial, but distant cause they had so many people to meet.  but that is
not how they were.

when it was my turn, i introduced myself.  i was so so so so nervous
because what does one say to a goddess?  ;-)  anyway, then i gave them
japanese candy from my japanese professor (her name is also amy, so there
was that connection) who loves them almost as much as i do.  they were
very amused by that.

then i asked them to please play "power of 2" at their show that night.  i
explained that it is my favorite song and i have yet to hear it live.
they said they'd try, but time was limited.  they didn't play it...maybe
the japanese candy tasted disgusting and they wanted to get revenge on me!
:-)  but it was all good, they did do "ghost" that night...

then i broke down, i probably made such a fool of myself.  i was all like
"i can't believe i am meeting you.  i have loved you forever and this has
been my dream for so long."  they were both like "awwwwww....thanks!"

then they signed one of my imports and said something like "see ya
tonight"

granted, it only lasted about 90 seconds or so, but that was perhaps the
best 90 seconds of my life.  and at least i can tell people that i met the
indigo girls!

ja mata ("later" in japanese),
karen :-)

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"so i'll keep you wondering what time i'm arriving, and you drive me
crazy with your backseat driving, and i'll talk in my sleep, and you'll
steal all the covers, we'll argue it out and we'll call ourselves lovers,
and i'll stay in my body, and you'll stay in your own, cause we know that
we're born and we're dying alone, so we'll turn out the lights while the
sirens are screaming, and we'll kiss for the waking and then join the
dreaming. in love but not at peace."
        --dar williams

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 11:33:54 -0400
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i'm feeling particularly generous (and a tad bored), so here's my offer:

check out my boot list http://narnia.emu.edu/students/creechal/boots.htm
and find one you want.  email me about it and i'll send you my addy.  send
me a blank of appropriate length with a padded sase, and within a few
short days you'll have a new boot.  that's it!

oh, and for those of you who don't have net access, i can email you a copy
of the list.

anna

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nicola nelson <nicnelson@hotmail.com> wrote:
>with the recent postings of "missing persons" who have, shall we say,
>unmet financial/merchandise obligations to people on the list, i find
>myself wondering how we can best discern which offers posted to the list
>are "legit" and which are scams-waiting-to-happen.

in my experience, these are by far the minority.  but then i'm careful, and
generally trade with people who are very active on the list.  i've only been
burned by one of those (who returned cheap low-bias tapes when i'd sent
high-bias blanks -- and from what i've heard from one other person it's not an
isolated incident).  another rule i have is that if you initiate the trade, i
wait until i get your stuff before i'll send mine -- seems fair to me.
frequent communication helps ensure that no one gets the wrong impression.  i
can be very slow in trades if i have to track something down, do a mix, or if
i just get behind, but i always try to let someone know how long i expect it
to take up front, and touch base periodically if it takes longer than
expected.

basically, a little common sense goes a long way.

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becky_steele/ventana.itp@lgate.vmedia.com wrote:

>was there a mention of it on campus - i know amy commented early in the show
>that they don't get to play churches much anymore (big laugh from everyone).

they did play the shriner's temple in harrisburg a few weeks ago!

>yes - they guy who proposed got huge brownie points with his fiance' last
>night.

there was a proposal at wolf trap over the summer too, it was cute. :-)


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and there's another list here:  <http://www.qrd.org/qrd/culture/gaylist>.

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katie f. rozar <sngofsth@aol.com> asked:

>does ig own a resturaunt in atlanta?  i heard that the other day, and
>wondered if anyone knew...

this is from the faq:

+++
18.5. what is the flying biscuit?

the flying biscuit is a small restaurant in atlanta which is owned in
part by emily.
+++

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hi...

i've been on the list for about 2 weeks.  i just found out that my job
may be transferring me to colorado.  if there is anyone on the list from
colorado, could you please email me and tell me what you know?  i'll be
moving to the denver area, and i don't know anyone there, so i'd love to
hook up with some fellow fans... who of course know, that emily worships
the ground i walk on!

thanks,

jo anne

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a few days ago someone posted about being attracted to womyn, but not
knowing what that meant. i thought this might be helpful to her...and
entertaining for the rest of the dykes out here.
this comes from a great book " ms. behaviou's guide to gay & lesbian
etiquette" by meryl cohn


are you a lesbian?

1. have you been in a series of long-term monogamous relationships with
women for which you have purchased matching silver rings?
2. do you find that on some days, particularly if you are involved in a
long,  comfortable relationship, you like cuddling almost as much as you
like sex?
3. have you ever owned a copy of lavender jane loves womyn?
4. when you go to the beach, do you put your blanket down a mere six
inches away from another lesbian, even if the entire beach is empty?
(hint real lesbians have no boundaries)
5. do you use the word "process" as a verb in everyday conversation,
even when not referring to film or meat?
6. do you now or have you ever worn patchouli?
7. do you have a strong sense of right and wrong about which you feel
that no one had better cross you?
8. if you ever attempt to wear pantyhose, does most of it end up bunched
up around your knees with the crotch hanging too low?
9. can you stroll through the cosmetics section of macys without being
tempted to buy anything?
10. do you believe there is really no question about whitney, jodie, and
olivia?
11. do you continue to leave your legs unshaven even after college
ended?
12. did you bemoan the demise of the earth shoe and then rejoice when
the birkenstock was invented?
13. do you and/or your closest friends eat tempeh?
14. is softball more than just a game to you?
15. can you name all of martina's ex-lovers?

12-15 points - no matter what you ever wear or do, you are a big dyke to
the core and no one, and nothing will ever take that away from you.

7-11 points - your on fairly firm footing most of the time, but have to
watch that secret and insidious appreciation you still hve for frilly
frocks and pumps.

0-6 points -  aw, g'wan...yer no lesbian!!

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 12:44:39 -0400
reply-to:     jillian.certo@oberlin.edu
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subject:      re: please help me (nigc) (fwd)
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no, no,no, it's not ben.  oh boy, i've started a rumor accidentally.
it's jonathan on who's the boss!
jill
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on wed, 22 oct 1997, indigo girl wrote:
> > > which kid from growing pains?  ben?  i never knew.
> > >> > > elizabeth
>
> hey, i know who that is! :)
> he goes to usc and he was in a class with me for a bit. :)
>
> ha!
>
> xochitl
>
>
>

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 13:07:07 -0400
reply-to:     jillian.certo@oberlin.edu
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from:         jill certo <jillian.certo@oberlin.edu>
subject:      re: valdosta help
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uh huh, sure, tig, the pics of you bear-hugging amy didn't come out, eh?
this smells awful fishy to me....
jill
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on wed, 22 oct 1997, j tigger kickliter wrote:

> none of my pictures turned out from the show!!!!!!!  i could absolutely kill
> the camera manufacturer.  please if amyone has pictures from when iw as
> onstage (especially if you got amy hugging me) please let me know so i can
> get copies from you.
>
> thanks a million,
>
> ~~tigger
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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 13:20:58 -0400
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on thu, 23 oct 1997, sherlyn koo wrote:
> "jonas and ezekial" - a song about two lovers who are in the
>         closet ("jonas and ezekial hear me now, steady now
>         and don't come out...")
>
> "power of two" - a mathematical lullaby to sing/bore children
>         back to sleep after they wake up from a nightmare
>         ("baby i'm here to stop your crying...")

ooh this is fun!  more to add:

  "don't give that girl a gun" - theme music for bosses of disgruntled
                                 postal workers everywhere.

  "caramia" - emily's love song to me, about how sad she is after the
              concert, when i've gone home ("sometimes i would cry when i
              was home later")

"galileo" - oj's defense ("and now i'm servin' time for mistakes made by
              another")

"closer to fine" - come on, this is so obviously about santa claus!
                    ("...a beard down to his knee,...he graded my
                    performance, he said he could see through me...[gave
                    him] my paper (wish list, no?) and i was free...")

---jill

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 13:34:52 -0400
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is this an apology?  and so what if we were going "a little bit too far"?
it's all in good clean (well, sometimes) fun.  i see no problem with that.
anyone else backing me on this?
btw, you don't know *us* either.  }:\

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i just thought it was going a little bit too far.  i am not the only one
either.  i am not crabby or bitter.  you don't even know me.

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 13:42:19 -0400
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on thu, 23 oct 1997, jill certo wrote:

> anyone else backing me on this?


good fun...no one getting hurt.  just us fantasizing a bit, and it only
costs bandwidth.

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 13:05:08 -0400
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subject:      re: amy
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you've got her tattoo?!  like, on your body?
jill

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on wed, 22 oct 1997, angela sasser wrote:

> oh yeah?????  well girlies, i get her tatoo!!!!!
>
> angie
>
>
>
> at 09:04 pm 10/22/97 -0700, you wrote:
> >    sorry girls, but she's all mine!!!
> >
> >                      live, love, & dream,
> >                            red rebel mcnary
> >
> >**************************
> >a rose for all u beautiful peoples,   @-}------  !
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>(who refuses to make the easy joke that you guys out there never ask for
>directions anyway......nope, not me...i'd never do that...that'd be
>stereotyping and i'd never do that...;o)
>
>hey, why should we ask for directions, when we could just (ewww, i feel a
>song coming on..)... when we could just get out the map, get out the
>map......
>
>hahahaha! well, all right... maybe it wasn't that funny, but what the heck,
>at least i amuse myself!
>
>peace,
>
> danny ( hey, i never realized i was em's boyfriend in 6th grade... and i was
>so cute)
>"on the road to" austin, texas

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my best friend & roommate, jess, & i are writing this review together, b/c
both of us have so much stuff to say.  we wanted to try to tell this
together, so we'll try to let you know who's writing what.  first of all,
last night's show was *amazing*!  we would have posted last night, but we
were dead tired by the time we got home, & i had to study for a midterm,
which i had today.  even if we hadn't gotten to go up on stage & sing
(which we'll discuss later!), it was a really cool show.  we were 5th row
center, & for a lot of the show, everyone in the first 4 rows was sitting,
& everyone else was standing, so no heads were blocking our view.  in
general, i thought most people stood at the faster songs & sat during the
slower songs, but some people just sat the whole time.  people also got
more into the big emily sing-alongs, & sat for sys & sb.  i tried to be
respectful & sit when people behind me were sitting though.  anyway, here's
the setlist, w/ my random comments thrown in:

secure yourself
caramia
shame on you
least complicated
everything in its own time
shed your skin (w/ the opening hip-hop drum loop from the cd played at the
beginning & a cool new verse at the end)
get out the map
three hits
leeds (on a keyboard...before it, emily started playing that song you play
w/ your fist when you first start learning how to play piano & said
something about liking to act silly every so often.  also, jess & i tried
to sing ulali's part, & we could hear a few other audience members
attempting to sing too, but it was pretty quiet)
redemption song (w/ e on keyboard & a on guitar...i *love* this song!  it
was the first time i heard it live, & it's beautiful!)
land of canaan
virginia woolf
scooter boys (a went crazy, jumping around & strumming her guitar so hard i
was surprised she didn't break a string)
tried to be true (a messed up in the middle & said, "whoa!")
galileo (everyone was singing so loudly and at the "maybe you squandered
big bucks" line, they stopped singing and playing altogether to let the
audience sing alone!)

encore:
love will come to you
chickenman (w/ a long dave ellison harmonica solo, the mr. buzzard verse, &
a little soc)
closer to fine (story to follow! :)

okay, it's jess now. andi basically summed everything up pretty well. i
thought amy was the smiliest i have ever seen her. she was just so happy
and that made me even happier :) i wanted to stand more than andi did, but
she really didn't want to piss anyone off, so i guess that was the right
thing to do. i was really psyched to hear love will come to you and
virginia woolf; i'd been hoping to hear at least one of the two. andi and i
couldn't remember which song it was, but on one (i think towards the end)
emily did this new high harmony thing to some song that was very different.
does anyone know what i'm talking about? they weren't very chatty in
general but they did make a few comments. we thought it was really cute
when emily said before eiiot, "this is a very beautiful area...it smells
good." she also said something like, "let's turn on the house lights so we
can see what you guys look like."

so andi and i decided we wanted to make a sign so we could get ourselves up
on stage, so we asked our roommate jen to make a sign for us since we're
not very artistic. she made us this beautiful yellow sign w/ rainbow
letters that said, "can we sing w/ y'all?" we were really excited and
thought we had a pretty good chance of getting up there with such good
seats. we held up the signs a lot in the beginning and we weren't sure if
they saw them cuz they made no acknowledgment, but i thought they were
looking at us. between love will come to you and chickenman we held it up
again and amy kinda pointed at us so we started to get really nervous and
excited. chickenman was the longest song ever and i just had such
butterlies in my stomach. finally, it ended and amy went to call up teri
binion and then said, "where are the singers?" we raised our hands, as did
other random girls around us, and started moving out. there were all these
girls in the aisle and andi tells me i just shoved everyone out of the way
and booked up there. the security guards weren't letting us up, but a & e
were like, "no, help them up!" emily looked right at me, and was like "hi!"
i didn't know what to do with myself!

okay, it's andi again.  a couple of nights ago at wake forest, my friend,
randi was called up on stage to sing w/ a&e (she said she's going to type
up her story & send it to me so i can post it to the list for her), so it
was just too exciting & strange that the same thing happened to us!  i
think a&e are just suckers for signs, b/c they seem to call up anyone who
asks nicely!  anyway, after jess pushed aside all the girls standing in the
aisle, & the security guards helped us up, i went up & stood next to sara
lee, & jess stood between emily and me.  emily asked us our names, & we
told her, & then she asked if we went to lehigh, & jess disappointed her by
telling her that we went to penn.  then she said into the mic, "this is
jess...and, uh, andi, & they're going to sing w/ us."  (actually, we don't
even remember her saying that, but everyone says that she did.)  a&e just
kept looking back at us & smiling!  so i decided that i would make some
small talk w/ sara.  first she said to us, "so, do you sing the whole
song?"  i thought she was asking if we knew the whole song, & i was like,
"yeah!"  but then i realized that she was asking if we sang just the
harmony (like she does) or everything.  and then she said, "that's great!"
so i looked out into the crowd of about 2600 people, & i said to sara,
"wow...there are a lot of people out there!"  and she smiled & said, "yeah,
you get used to it."

it's jess again. like i said, i didn't know what to do with myself and andi
went right to sara's mic. i guess i just wanted to be closer to a & e so i
stood closer to e and away from andi. also, this man came up to us before
the song started and gave us tambourines. i remembered that, but andi said
she just looked down and it was in her hand :) there were definitely a lot
of people out there, but i didn't really feel all that self-conscious or
anything since all i was thinking was, "oh my god, they're right there!" i
just danced and sang and tried to shake my tambourine with the beat through
the whole song. a & e just kept looking at us and smiling so big; it was
the coolest thing! i don't think there's anything else specific to tell
during the song except it was an absolutely amazing experience and i wish
everyone could experience it. when the song ended, emily left the stage
really quickly and amy walked up to us and i guess she gave me a handshake
type thing but i don't really remember. i should've hugged her, but i guess
i was just shy. i should've said something to, but i couldn't think of
anything to say and nothing came out of my mouth, just a big silly smile on
my face.

andi again...so yeah, i didn't remember getting the tambourine, but i just
looked down & it was in my hand!  and then i started thinking about how a)i
rarely dance (i hate going to parties where people are dancing...i only
really dance at ig concerts when lots of people are dancing too), & here i
am dancing in front of an arena of people, b)i hate singing in public b/c
it makes me really nervous, & jess, two of our other friends, & i sang ctf
in high school at this chorus awards thing, & i was so nervous then, & here
i was singing in front of lots of people...of course, i wasn't singing into
the mic, so no one could really hear me, & c)i had no clue how to play a
tambourine, so i just kind of shook it & banged it against my leg.  and
despite all these things, it was the most fun thing ever!  i was so nervous
that i barely even felt nervous, & so many things were happening at once, &
a&e were smiling at us, & the crowd looked so happy & excited & when the
crowd sang on "we stand up for the lookout" & the lights went up, i just
looked out & felt so happy.  i was told that i had a really dopey smile on
my face the whole time.  so after amy shook jess's hand, she walked over to
me, & i wasn't sure if she was going to hug me or shake my hand or what, so
i just stood there, & i was so nervous to be so close to her, & she just
took my arm & shook it, & then put her arm around me in a handshake-hug
kind of motion.  then we didn't know how to get off the stage, & jerry,
sara, & emily had already left, & amy made a little motion that we could
follow her backstage, but being the stupid fools that we are, we just
jumped down off the stage.  we kicked ourselves for that later, but we were
not thinking about anything at the time!

jess again...damn this is a long post, sorry :) but i hope everyone reads
it! right when we got off the stage these girls walked up to us and started
hugging us and were like, "we just wanna say that we talked to you!" they
were all so excited to talk to us, it was just so funny. this woman who we
don't know walked up to us and said she took a picture of us and would send
us a copy if we gave her our addresses (if you're out there, e-mail us and
maybe we can trade for a pic of a & e from during the concert). andi
started writing them, but she said she couldn't write them cuz she was
shaking so much, so i did it. when we were outside, karen from the list
also came up to us and said she took a picture of us and also said she
would send us a copy. we can't wait to get them! also, we kinda waited
around to see if we could get a pick or setlist, but sulli wasn't giving
anything out. supposedly, she stopped doing that cuz fights have broken out
in the past over them.

andi again...i thought about taking a setlist when i was onstage, but it
was taped down, so i felt bad.  so then we went outside and waited outside
the stage door, but these big mean security guards kept telling us to back
up.  we hoped that a&e would see us holding our sign when they came out &
autograph it or something, but they just walked right into their bus.  jen
lucero tried to tell the security guard that we sang w/ them & amy told us
to wait for her outside the stage door, so he went inside & then came back
& told us that the manager said they weren't talking to anyone.  he & the
other security guard then littered 2 pieces of paper on the ground.  (i
picked them up. :)  we waited around for a while, but nothing too exciting
happened.  oh, they couldn't get their bus out of the little parking lot
they had parked in...that was kinda funny!

so, did anyone boot this show?  they weren't checking bags at all, & i
would die to have a copy of emily saying my name!  while i'm asking for
boots, i would also love a copy of pnc bank arts center (holmdel, nj
6/5/97) or wake forest from the other night...please e-mail me if you have
any of them!  i will offer my first born for these boots! :)

extra special thanks goes to stephanie, who drove us to lehigh, & was just
so cool, even though we got a little lost b/c they changed the name of the
highway we were supposed to take on the way there, & we got lost somewhere
in north philly on the way home, we didn't mind...we were just glad to get
a ride!  also, thanks to jen for hanging out w/ us after the show & trying
to calm us down.  and a special hello to marci & her roommate (whose name i
forget now) & karen, cool listees we met.

if you actually read this whole thing, e-mail us & let us know what you
thought of it! :)

love,
a very excited andi & jess


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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 12:01:30 -0700
reply-to:     jeremy ames <gaiachild@rocketmail.com>
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hey all,
  i haven't posted since before i went away to school
in september! i'm sure noone remembers me anymore,
but i've been catching up on the digests.  you guys
have been busy (especialy tigger!).  anyway, i had a
cool dream last night and met a few indigo fans this
weeks to.

my dream.  i find out that viva la diva is comming to
campus.  at first i am all excited, but then i start
to think maybe i won't go.  my reason being, i don';t
think the people there will know who vld are and will
be annoying.  so i tell this to my best friend (who
goes to another college), and he basicaily tells me
i'm an idiot.  so i go to by a ticket, realize i have
only $10, and am going to run to the atm.  well i
find out that tickets are only $3.33, so i buy one,
aaa right up front.  so i sit down, and no one is in
the front row.  it looks like a small club with
folding metal chairs (which isn't much worse than the
gym they stuck the verve pipe in a few weeks ago).
anyway, shawn colvin is singing a sheryl crow song.
then it gets a little blurring, and i find that i'm
talking to cooper seay.  she's pretty cool, and i
tell her how great she is.  she asks me my favorite
song, and i said i liked god in heavon because of her
an amy's vocals.  see is like oh, and then goes on
stage (i realize that the was an ejs song, and chris
mcquire can lead).  anyway, they sing a few songs (i
forget which ones).  then they start going through my
cd collection (how it got up on stage i,m not sure).
afterward i try to get their autographs, but can only
get near the drummer who seems like an idiot.  anyway
i wake up at this point, all ready to take my
philosphy final.  i then realize it is 4am, and go
back to sleep.

so what ever happened to chris after mary fortune
express slit up?

anyway, my other story.  after an environ mental
council nature walk/meeting (which was my idea, but i
suggested it when it wasn't freezing), i go with a
few other people to the apartment of the
co-presidents (laurie and katie).  they are talking
about fleetwood mac, i talk about indigo girls, and
they're like "basicaly all are cds are fwm and indigo
girls".  then they talk about seeing them at lilith
fair, and sara m. singing backgrounds to closer to
fine way to serioly. i tell them about daemon
records, michelle malone, and ejs.  anyway, i have to
study so me an anohter memebr get up to leave when
another guy asks them to play ctf.  so i request the
curfews versoin, but the cd player won't let them go
to it, so we they use the self titled version.
anyway, i left happy.  that's all, if you've made it
this far you must either me a realy good listener or
just really bored.  either way, thanks.

jeremy


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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 13:15:29 mdt
reply-to:     elizabeth nitz <elizabeth.nitz@evolving.com>
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from:         elizabeth nitz <elizabeth.nitz@evolving.com>
subject:      q's for the girls for those with none

ok since so many of you seem to be meeting them and not knowing what
to say, and since i'd talk their ears off with questions and will
probably never get to meet them, i thought i'd
start a thread listing topics of conversation for chance meetings.

1.  chiapas -- are they going back?  what was it like?
2.  how's mm?
3.  did emily ever get that birthday gift and what did she think?
4.  what's this spring surprise about?  does it involve touring or
    another live cd or a video?
5.  someone already asked about doing a project with ani -- good job!
    is the rolling thunder pussy review still in the works?
6.  when does the high school tour start?
7.  when are they coming back to denver?  (ok that's gratuitously for me)
8.  where'd amy get the idea for the new tattoo and would she show it off?
9.  what's new at daemon these days?
10.  does amy have a name for that new tune yet?

ok listees, help me out here.  we need to compile a big list for concert-goers
who might get nervous and clam up or babble when faced with the girls.
any more you can think of?

elizabeth from denver
(not to be confused with the other 5 elizabeths on the list)

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 15:52:52 -0400
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from:         "katie f. rozar" <sngofsth@aol.com>
subject:      definately nigc :)

someone mentioned that its a "widely-held belief" that some animals are
bisexual.  which ones?  is this a belief, or a fact?  are any animals
homosexual?
just wondering :)
kate

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 15:01:03 -0600
reply-to:     joey joe joe junior shabidoo <feiaj01@tigger.stcloudstate.edu>
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sickeningly enough if i ever met the girls, i would ask them if they had ever
met mark heard.  i'm curious if anyone on the list has heard of him.  he was a
fellow atlanta based musician--worked with rem's peter buck to produce the
vigilantes of love's first album.  he was also a damned fine folk singer in his
own right.  some of you listees might enjoy him--that is, if you can tolerate a
few christian referrences here and there.  i have deep respect for him as a
poet.  sadly the poor guy died several years ago.  he was forty and died of a
heart attack he had while on stage.  anyway, i would have to ask the girls
that, if only because i would count it a privilege to meet someone who had met
him.

shabidoo

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 16:08:03 -0400
reply-to:     lauree shampine <shampine@ll.mit.edu>
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subject:      re: definately nigc :)

>someone mentioned that its a "widely-held belief" that some animals are
>bisexual.  which ones?

my cat eliot for one :)

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 16:49:06 -0400
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uh, what does soc stand for?

a confused alisa

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 17:04:10 +0000
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wow!

all these stories about people singing with a&e are wonderful but i see a
dangerous trend starting.  i was thinking of trying it but now i'm turned
off because so many people are trying it, i'm worried that a&e may stop
giving out the honor of sharing their stage.  after all, we are an
obsessive bunch of fans.  if this continues everyone is going to be making
signs and that can get really old for a&e because then they feel like they
have to let everyone up, but they can't so no one gets to sing...ever.
before, this was an isolated incident but it seems like it's getting a tad
too popular now.  i think we should be very careful.  i mean what if there
are 4 or 5 signs at one show.  what do they do??  plus, you go to a show,
someone gets to sing, so next time you try.  this could get a bit out of hand!

anyone agree??

~rob

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 16:20:35 -0500
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rob hite wrote:

> wow!
>
> all these stories about people singing with a&e are wonderful but i see a
> dangerous trend starting.  i was thinking of trying it but now i'm turned
> off because so many people are trying it, i'm worried that a&e may stop
> giving out the honor of sharing their stage...blah,blah,blah... anyone agree??

i agree whole-heartedly with rob.  this is getting out-of-hand.  i think we
should start this the day after the madison show.

: o )
scott

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 17:32:33 -0400
reply-to:     indigo <hull2106@fredonia.edu>
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subject:      thank's ya'll...(nigc)
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for all of you who responded to my plea for lists of famous gay and
lesbian people... you rock my world!!!!!!!!  i never expected that kind of
response.  i'm sorry i couldn't email you all personally, but there were
so many responses.  it was for a presentation i"m doing for gay lesbian
bisexual history month.  i wanted to find obscure people that no one would
expect.  thanks to all of you i did.
my friends and i were in the computer lab searching through web pages and
we were surprised at some of the people, we would've never guessed... goes
to show you we are everywhere!!!  thanks again everyone, and someone
emailed me wanting the list i have accumulated, can you email me again...
i think it got deleted... i'm sorry...
you all are wonderful!!!

kate
hull2106@fredonia.edu

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 18:12:56 -0400
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from:         grace kroeger <kilorria7s@aol.com>
subject:      ticketmaster ack!

okie, so i buy tickets last minute a few days ago for the university of de
show... i actually go to ticketmaster..  and they tell me that all they have
available are the end bleacher seats... so.. i go and buy em... figuring that
i shouldn't even have expected that 4 days before the concert..... sec c- row
v, back of da joint.

  today, just to spite myself i check at ticket master online, and find that
*they* have section 22 row p on the main floor, which from the seating chart
looks ta be the section right in front of the stage.

  so.. obsessive as i am i buy those..

  my question to you all is this: what is up with that? 4 days earlier i get
worse seats then i do the day before the event? was i just dealing with a
bonehead at ticketmaster? anyone ever been to the bob carpenter center and
know if these seats are good? was i dealing with a complete and utter bone
head at ticket master who didn't know how to punch in best available?  anyone
have something like this happen before?
  i'm livid about the entire situation.
  as things stand now i have 2 extra tickets (sec c, row v, all the way in
hte back) and ticketmaster does still have better seats then this.  if anyone
is short on cash and needs a break and last minute tickets tho i'd be willing
to sell em for half price- will give 2 tickets for what i paid for one, just
don't want to see em go to waste.

::sighs deeply::

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 18:11:38 -0400
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alisa greenberg wrote:
>
> uh, what does soc stand for?

well, on this list... it tends to stand for stream of consciousness
(hope i spelled that right?)... and used to describe the way amy tends
to "throw-in" extra lyrics (sometimes from other songs, but also long
inserts of lyrics/words she seems to "pull out of thin air" at times)
the song chickenman is the one in which she seems to enjoy using a soc.

also, for any of you who might not know or remember, those who were huge
fans of the ellen james society (former band of cooper seay and chris
mcguire)... adopted the term "socheads" to refer to themselves.  yep, i
have to admit... i will always consider myself a sochead!!!  <kinda
reminds me of hearing indigo fans call themselves "goheads"... sue me...
but i always liked both of those terms!>

hope that helps!
later y'all!
twink!

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 18:25:38 -0400
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i back you up jill - it's just fun. i'm not a lesbian but i can joke about
the girls!! :-)

eileen

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 18:47:48 -0400
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my questions
(originally posted by other list members)

1. does a $10 raise mean emily's dad gave her $11 or a ten?
2. is it don't give that girl a gun she's already won or one?

lori

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 19:05:20 -0400
reply-to:     sb <sharonb@geocities.com>
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> 1. does a $10 raise mean emily's dad gave her $11 or a ten?
> 2. is it don't give that girl a gun she's already won or one?

i'm assuming it's "she's already won."  i wonder why they left that off
in the lyrics on the insert??
as for the first question, can't help ya there.  i think she just wants
to get the point across that she asked for something and he gave her
even more than she asked for because he loved her....

sharon

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 18:02:52 -0500
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as i had posted earlier this week, tickets for the november 23rd
warrensburg, missouri, show go on sale this saturday at noon at ticket
central outlets in kansas and western missouri. tickets can also be
purchased over the phone at (816) 576-7900 in the kansas city area or
(800) 771-3636 outside of kansas city. tickets will also be available on
the central missouri state campus at digi-ditto union 213. all tickets
are reserved and cost $17 and $20 plus service charge. for a list of
ticket central ticket outlets, please call the above phone numbers.

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 19:05:25 -0400
reply-to:     mel <melsouth@mindspring.com>
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hi y'all-

on wed 22 oct 03:41 edt
re: amy's & emily's presumed paramours
dawn r. cozzolino <dcboarder@aol.com> wrote:

> why don't you all stop dreaming and get a life?

i actually received 2 separate e-mails asking/begging me to flame this
particular message.

i'm trying to be a good lil lister and to never again get myself
involved in negative list vibes.

everyone is entitled to their opinion... even me  ;o)

so... re: sherlyn's new stupid/misguided lyric interp thread...

"hammer and a nail" :  is about an obsessessed ig fan who decides to
stop fantasizing about being with the object of her desire... and builds
a little underground dream house where they can live happily ever after!

"burn all the letters" :  is about an obsessessed ig fan who realizes
that she'd better get rid of all the love letters she's written (but
fortuitously never sent) before she goes thru with her plan. [see above]

"don't give that girl a gun" :  is about an obsessed ig fan who finally
kidnaps the object of her desire. [see above]

see... there's nothing wrong with a little harmless fantasy... <g>  ;o)

[note: the above should in no way be taken seriously or to heart... or
give any creepy ideas to creepy people. i kinda stole the idea from
"silence of the lambs"...]

speaking of famous g/l people - jodie f: come out, come out wherever you
are!

general question:
i've seen many ig concerts. a few times i've been close & at an angle
(either amy or emily side), and a couple of times at the end, right
before she leaves the stage... i've seen amy turn back to jerry marotta
and either stick her finger in her mouth (the puke sign) or else she
puts something in her mouth. i tend to think it's the first one. has
anyone else ever noticed this...? understand exactly what it means? (the
show or audience sucked?)... i'd appreciate any informed info on the
subject... and my apologies if this has been previously discussed on the
list.

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 12:59:02 -0400
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from:         sarah pohuly <pohulys@juno.com>
subject:      jcs ressurection

i can remember a while back that you were talking about the jcs video
with a&e.  where did you get it, and how could i?  i tried with no luck.
any one who can answer would be greatly appreciated

thanks
sarah

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 19:45:14 +0000
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>i'm assuming it's "she's already won."  i wonder why they left that off
>in the lyrics on the insert??
>as for the first question, can't help ya there.  i think she just wants
>to get the point across that she asked for something and he gave her
>even more than she asked for because he loved her....

i heard that one day russell carter or somebody asked amy which one is was
(as in won or one), and she said she had never thought of it the other way
and liked the ambiguity of it and decided not to print it in the lyrics.

interesting, imho!

~rob
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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 20:18:38 -0400
reply-to:     chris talbot <talbotc@umich.edu>
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subject:      re: q's for the girls for those with none
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this is prolly off subject, but when i met amy, i said "you look good in
glasses..."
chris ii


on thu, 23 oct 1997, elizabeth nitz wrote:

> ok since so many of you seem to be meeting them and not knowing what
> to say, and since i'd talk their ears off with questions and will
> probably never get to meet them, i thought i'd
> start a thread listing topics of conversation for chance meetings.
>
> 1.  chiapas -- are they going back?  what was it like?
> 2.  how's mm?
> 3.  did emily ever get that birthday gift and what did she think?
> 4.  what's this spring surprise about?  does it involve touring or
>     another live cd or a video?
> 5.  someone already asked about doing a project with ani -- good job!
>     is the rolling thunder pussy review still in the works?
> 6.  when does the high school tour start?
> 7.  when are they coming back to denver?  (ok that's gratuitously for me)
> 8.  where'd amy get the idea for the new tattoo and would she show it off?
> 9.  what's new at daemon these days?
> 10.  does amy have a name for that new tune yet?
>
> ok listees, help me out here.  we need to compile a big list for concert-goers
> who might get nervous and clam up or babble when faced with the girls.
> any more you can think of?
>
> elizabeth from denver
> (not to be confused with the other 5 elizabeths on the list)
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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 20:23:14 -0400
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heyas :)

few things.. my email's been broken for 6 weeks, an apology to mel and twink
for not writing.. mel, i did get the boots! muchas grassyass!!!!!! (gracias)
twink!! i got the cd - thanks a billion, i've got the melissa tape ready to
send to you. :))

okay just a question, mebbe tigger will be able to answer this one? but
first, i know it'll piss alot of people off, but i really don't care because
i don't see anything wrong with it!  does anyone know how tall amy is?

also, jude! i sent you an email about a week ago about the boot offer and
haven't gotten a response.  are ya overwhelmed with replys to this, or are
you just ignoring me? mail problems? if you could pleeeeeeease, send me your
adress, i'd love to get those boots! ~thanks~

in goddess we trust,
mikaela

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hi all,


on 10/23/97 19:05:25 melsouth wrote:
>general question:
>i've seen many ig concerts. a few times i've been close & at an angle
>(either amy or emily side), and a couple of times at the end, right
>before she leaves the stage... i've seen amy turn back to jerry marotta
>and either stick her finger in her mouth (the puke sign) or else she
>puts something in her mouth. i tend to think it's the first one. has
>anyone else ever noticed this...? understand exactly what it means? (the
>show or audience sucked?)... i'd appreciate any informed info on the
>subject... and my apologies if this has been previously discussed on the
>list.
>

i remember seeing amy make the 'puke sign' a couple of times in watershed.
i can't remember exactly when right off the top of my head...i think one
time was when she was in the studio singing.  i got the general impression
that this was a common thing for her to do.  but i have no idea if she was
referring to the audience or the show when you saw her do it after a
concert.  maybe someone should ask her! ;)

later,

janet

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 21:25:01 -0400
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on thu, 23 oct 1997 18:47:48 -0400 lori and gavin macleod
<macleods@spectranet.ca> writes:
>my questions
>(originally posted by other list members)

>2. is it don't give that girl a gun she's already won or one?

in acoustic guitar magazine the lyrics were printed as "she's already
won".

dianne

i don't set people straight.  they're just born that way.

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heh heh heh

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in a message dated 97-10-23 22:51:44 edt, you write:

<< okay just a question, mebbe tigger will be able to answer this one? but
first, i know it'll piss alot of people off, but i really don't care because
i don't see anything wrong with it!  does anyone know how tall amy is? >>

my*guess* is around 5' 7" because i'm 5' 8" and she was slightly shorter than
me.  but i'll tell you a fun fact - sara lee only came up to my shoulder,
y'all!!!!!

peace, harmony, and indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
  ~novitiate of suzanneglassism
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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 21:35:49 -0400
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subject:      re: indicated 4?? (neily shooms by... with bad humour...)

on wed, 22 oct 1997 18:10:03 -0400 elizabeth skipper
<skippeec@muohio.edu> writes:
>>top ten reasons why emily saliers is dead...
>>8. if you dial the 1-800 number hidden under the second disc of 2000
>curfews
>>(non-digipack edition) you get the full truth behind this amazing
>cover
>up...
>
>"thank you for calling sony music.  please hold the line." ... i don't
>get
>it

well, i think it's obvious that this means that sony music is heaven...

<snip>
>from world falls:  "give me walking shoes, feathered arms, and a key
>to
>heaven's gate."  if i'm not mistaken that's the name of the cult that
>hitched a ride on the comet.  what exactly is amy trying to say here?

...and amy wants the keys so she can visit emily there.

my contribution to the silliness...

dianne

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well my rabbits were definitely bi-sexual. my girl rabbits would go at each other anytime anywhere, and my oldest girl rabbit then got with my boy rabbit and made me some more rabbits. augghhh :-) now i only have one rabbit, but my sister has 3 girl rabbits and they are also the same way.


also one of my friends has 2 male dogs that like to "clean" each others privates if you know what i mean ;-)


at 03:52 pm 10/23/97 -0400, katie f. rozar wrote:

>someone mentioned that its a "widely-held belief" that some animals are

>bisexual.  which ones?  is this a belief, or a fact?  are any animals

>homosexual?

>just wondering :)

>kate

>

heathera


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my god!!! and i thought austin did well. as of yesterday, the walk
coordinator here said we've raised over $300,000 which is the most to date,
he says (in 94 they raised $315,000 but that was including dining for life).
i turned in $644.00 and was thanked so much that i was a little embarrassed.
it was very nice of them, though and i received a shirt, a hat, a pin, and
dinner and theater for two. it was a very nice reward for doing a good thing.
congratulations for getting that much money. i can't believe 1.4 million.
jeez, austin has some work to do.

michelle

in a message dated 97-10-23 01:16:30 edt, stu6361@westga.edu writes:

<<
for everyone who sponsored me, i promised i'd let you know on the list how
i did.  there were gazillions (ok so i forgot how many) people there, and
i believe the final quote on the amount raised was $1.4 million.  i tried
to verify this before posting, but (shock!) couldn't find anything on the
internet about the actual amount, and my memory isn't so great at one a.m.

i personally raised $129, and my girlfriend raised $100.  so, to everyone
on the list who sponsored me...
  >>

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ho hum...
if anyone has heard from john miller..or if he himself would like to
come forward...it would be nice to know if a certain package i sent
about a month ago got into the right hands and what-not...
  amanda rae

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> my*guess* is around 5' 7" because i'm 5' 8" and she was slightly shorter than
> me.

really??  she seemed shorter than that to me...5'5 or so...i'm 5'1" and when she
came a few feet away from me, she only seemed a little taller than me.
oh, well.  i'm not a good judge of height.  ;-)

sharon

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to whoever asked how tall amy is i think she's gotta be at least 5'10"
i went to their concert at vsu on saturday and my friend and i got to meet
them! it was sooo cool! we got our picture taken with amy and she was
taller than me, and i'm 5'8."  i was wondering the same question myself,
but i think she's at least 5'10"
                                                                -heather

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hello list.  i found a documentary of sorts about the heritage of the new
orleans jazz festival.  it is about two hours long and shows many blurbs
from past festivals.  there are 36 muscians featured on this tape.  they
show 2 minutes of land of canaan from, i belive the 1991 jazz fest.  i
think that is when ig was there.  it is only 2 minutes but overall the
video was very interesting especially if you like jazz, blues and gospel.
there are a few more of those videos for sale and if anyone is interested i
would be happy to pick them up and send them along.  the usual procedure
will do.  send the cost of the video and a sase suitable for shipping a
standard vhs.
please e-mail me if you are interested and i will e-mail back with the
info.  please put the word "video" somewhere in the subject line.
fellow list member,
heather
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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 22:09:51 -0500
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subject:      <amy, <ray, <ani...

hey this might just be me,  but whenever we are making triangles in
geometry class and we have to label them, mine always end up being amy,
ani, or ray.  and i always have this strange urge to take my pink
highlighter and color them in ;)

and anyone please buy my three ann arbor tickets!  if you haven"t
bought yours yet< buy mine!!!!!!!!!!!!

    hasta,
        leah

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regarding this fascinating discussion about ...

<< seeing amy make the 'puke sign'  >>

hey y'all do you think this may be a sign that some of us are overly obsessed
with every little movement?????  so what does it mean already??

bonnie

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 22:15:23 -0500
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i've never noticed the fact that amy sometimes makes that "gesture" of
putting her fingers in her mouth after a concert:-(  it probably means that
the audience sucked.  it's kind of sad when you think about it.  i hope
they she didn't think the audience sucked at the concerts i went to.
                                                        -heather

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if anyone has or knows where i can find a copy of tuesday's children, blue
food, or emily's solo album please let me know!! i've been looking for
those recordings! thanks!
                                                        -heather

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does anyone here know how i can subscribe to the sarah list?  thanks
in advance.
-rebecca

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okay, as long as we're on the subject of different ways to think about ig
songs, get this:
this girl i knew thought "watershed" was about a bathroom!  i am not even
joking.  she thought the song was about a damn bathroom!
just a laugh for the day!
mata ne,
karen :-)

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steal all the covers, we'll argue it out and we'll call ourselves lovers,
and i'll stay in my body, and you'll stay in your own, cause we know that
we're born and we're dying alone, so we'll turn out the lights while the
sirens are screaming, and we'll kiss for the waking and then join the
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too much singing? - impossible! :)
ok, so maybe i'm biased, but i don't see any problem with the recent
"trend". it crossed my mind at one point that it could get out of hand
just because it seemed so easy for andi and i to get up there and people
would definitely be encouraged by our stories, but when i thought about
it, i changed my mind. sure, lots of listees and other various fans
would love to be up there, but i've also talked to hard core fans who
would never want to do that, either because they'd be too nervous, or
because they feel it wouldn't live up to their expectations. not only
that, but as far as i know, ig have been calling people up for a while
now, and i don't think it's gotten out of hand at this point. does this
make sense? i doubt that their laxness will last very long anyway. like
rob said, it could get old for a&e (althought i certainly hope not!) but
i'm sure they're aware of this and they're not willing to let every fool
up there. if some people want to refrain from holding up signs, that's
fine, but if it's your dream to do so, i say go for it! i did and had
one of the most amazing experiences of my life. who wants to miss out on
that?  :)

i just want to say thanks to everyone who's been writing to us and
telling us how happy they are for us. it's great to share it with y'all
and i'm glad you're getting such a kick out of it.
:)
jess

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gone. i guess i just miss my friend." - _the shawshank redemption_

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 23:58:51 -0400
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so, jess & i posted before, but we forgot some important details.  first of
all, the fashion report!

amy: the silky shirt w/ red & white diamonds that she's worn almost every
time i've seen her, tucked into dark jeans and a black belt
emily: a blue shirt with some picture on it, but i couldn't tell what it
was, with a black button down shirt over it and jeans
sara: a nondescript black outfit, & she wasn't wearing her red shoes! (they
were black)

also, before tried to be true, a&e started singing a song that went
something like, "look along there's a white woman coming up the river" &
started laughing...does anyone know what song this is?  was it before my
time?

what happened to josh segal?  is he touring with the borrowers now?  i
wonder why a&e didn't try to get someone else to play with them.

and about rob's "too much singing" comments, i just have to say that i
agree in part.  jess & i thought about what would happen if other people
held up signs, so we decided that we would hold up ours first.  i also
think that a&e really got a kick out of seeing us up there, all nervous &
excited...they just kept looking at us & smiling!  also, they have the
right to decide whether or not to call people up.  we held up a similar
sign at lilith fair, & they pretty much ignored it (although emily
acknowledged the other sign that we held up at lilith).  i don't think we
would have even fit on the stage w/ all those other people!  anyway, my
point is that this was one of the most amazing experiences of my life so
far, & i wish everyone had the chance to go up too.  but ultmimately, the
decision lies in a&e's hands, & as long as they keep calling people up to
sing w/ them, i don't think it's a problem.  just my $.02.

andi

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date:         fri, 24 oct 1997 00:07:19 -0400
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hey y'all!

i just wanted to throw in my $0.02 about this issue... i am about 5'7" and
after meeting amy, i think she's about 5'8" or so.  i'll post again
tomorrow if my pictures convince me otherwise... i'm picking them up at
1:00!   :)

katherine

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hey folks-

bonnie wrote:
> regarding this fascinating discussion about ...
>
> << seeing amy make the 'puke sign'  >>
>
> hey y'all do you think this may be a sign that some of us are
> overly obsessed with every little movement?????  so what does it
> mean already??

the police said it best... "every little thing she does is magic..." &
"every move you make... i'll be watching you."

obsessed... why would anyone think that someone belonging to something
called 'the indigo girls mailing list' would be obsessed with indigo
girls?

nope... no one around here has the slightest interest whatsoever with...
umm... what are their names again?... you know... the brown-haired one &
the strawberry blond one... whatever...  ;o)

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

re: the height issue

i have a little hobby... i collect autographed t-shirts (which i have to
actually be wearing when they get signed). among lots of others... i
have some that ig have both signed. i am 5'6". they are about my height
(& can't be more than 5'7-8" max). don't forget... they often wear boots
& docs with 1-2½" heels - so they might appear to be taller than they
actually are.

my 2¢ on the subject.

peace...
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date:         fri, 24 oct 1997 04:27:57 edt
reply-to:     "deana s. babb" <raynbow21@juno.com>
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from:         "deana s. babb" <raynbow21@juno.com>
subject:      sigc~take back the night, coming out

i was on the list before and now i'm here under a different email because
my other one was not safe...long story...which i won't get into....my
other email was myra-e@juno.com, but now it's raynbow21@juno.com...

"s"igc...i will be at the chicago (sunday) show and was wondering about
if there was a list meeting taking place...i will be with all my friends
from pride, our local/campus lgbtqfa group.

take back the night
tonight our campus held take back the night, and if you don't know what
that is....it's sponsored by our woman's coalition, and it's for the
women on campus to "take back the night", and make it safer for us to be
out at night... anyway, two of my friends and i had written a song for
this occasion and sang it in front of 200+ people and it was very
exciting and we were nervous, but everyone enjoyed it.  take back the
night is all about stopping the violence, hatred and crimes committed
against women, our song embraced all aspect of what take back the night
was about and we have been asked to do our song for other occasions as
this one....that was my exciting news that i had to flaunt.....

coming out
i had one of those strange coming out experiences today...i came out to
40 people this afternoon when i volunteered to do a panel discussion for
the resident assistants of one area of our campus, on homosexuality.  it
took a lot to even walk into that conference room with one other person
and speak for an hour about my residence hall experience and field
questions.  another giant step for dee....:)

i know that i've just wasted plenty of band-with...but i just want to
show that anything is possible....and that if anyone out there needs
someone to talk with about abuse of any kind or sexuality, i've been
through a lot, and anonymously will be willing to talk or even just
listen.  i've also had a lot of training with my past jobs as a counselor
and since i know it would've helped me just to have someone to talk
to...i'm offering my ear, (email account) to discuss any issues with
others, or just listen....again, my email used to be
myra-e@juno.com...but please write to raynbow21@juno.com....

sorry to waste time and space.

peace and all things indigo....
dee

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date:         fri, 24 oct 1997 04:44:08 -0400
reply-to:     mel <melsouth@mindspring.com>
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hey folks-

i just heard:
ig - "sots" has officially moved out of the billboard 200.

<sniffle>  :-(

i think we all need to buy a back-up sots cd from a large retailer -
that will show up in the bb charts. (you never know - your sots could
get a scratch or something!  =:-o  )

also: new releases (which might be of interest to some)

due out oct 28:
        "fit to be tied" - joan jett & the blackhearts (wb)
        "live box" (2 cds w unreleased tracks) - janis joplin (?)
        "women like us: lesbian favorites" - various artists (rhino)

okay... that's all my album news...

peace...
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more points of interest,amy had pictures of the xfiles on her one amp, a
picture of each character and the one of scully (spell right?) was
extremely sexy pose.she also had a little pumpkin sitting on top with a
drawn on goofy face. when they came out at the encore i held up a sign
that said "can we have a meet and greet afterwards?" amy saw it and
smiled then she said something in the mike about us people being so
sweet-or something like that.she also broke a string i think after
scooterboys-they all had a good laugh about it for some reason.ok
just my 2 cents.  karen  (hi sharon from s.c.)
p.s. i didnt get a meet and greet :(

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date:         fri, 24 oct 1997 07:09:42 -0400
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hey y'all-

this is kind of a goofy request... but when has potentially perceived
"goofiness" ever stopped me... so here goes...

to all listers who will be attending ig concerts with caroline aiken
opening (10/24-de; 10/25-md; 10/26-ma; 10/28-ct; 10/29-vt) :

        if you get the opportunity to personally talk to caroline aiken, please
do. she's very easy and fun to talk to. tell her how much you love/like
her music. (assuming you do, and you should, imho!)
        *and*... please tell her that melanie (the girl who collects
autographed t-shirts & whose name she tries, but can never remember &
who she saw last at the mm benefit) says, "hello!"  :o)

thank you. i'd appreciate it. maybe the next time i ask her what my name
is... she'll finally get it!  :o)

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date:         fri, 24 oct 1997 07:51:42 -0400
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correction:

boot list is http://narnia.emu.edu/students/creechal/igboots.htm

oops!  :)

anna

"i base my fashion taste on what doesn't itch." -gilda radner
http://narnia.emu.edu/students/creechal/creechal.htm

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date:         fri, 24 oct 1997 08:03:29 -0400
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from:         lisa dupre <memememi@aol.com>
subject:      re: amy's height

i hate to throw in a "me too" message, but i just had a picture taken with
her last weekend, and luckily mine did come out!!  (whew!)  i'm about 5'5"
and she looks about 2 or so inches taller than i do in the picture.  so, i'd
say she's around the area of 5'7", 5'8" or so, which appears to be the
general consensus!

on a side note:  if anyone is expecting a note/reply from me, and i haven't
replied, it could be that i never received it.  can you please resend?  aol
is doing funky things with mail, like returning it marked "user unknown", or
just not delivering it, etc.   and if anyone has advice on a good email
service, i'd appreciate any help you can provide!

thanks!
=)
lisa

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date:         fri, 24 oct 1997 09:23:41 -0400
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>>> bonnie lacey <bonnemot@aol.com> 10/23/97 11:11pm >>>
regarding this fascinating discussion about ...

<< seeing amy make the 'puke sign'  >>
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
hey y'all,

here's my different slant on this.....  i think the *puke sign* is merely amy
referring to herself b/c she is so critical of everything she does.

the main reason is that i remember an article about the recording of
sots, and in it amy got real mad at herself and wanted to keep trying
the song / part  over & over again because she wanted everything to be
perfect.  and maybe because she's not as talented at guitar as emily, so
she strives to be as good as her and make each song such a great one.
especially since it's such a permanent thing as a record (cd).

also, the second reason is that i don't see amy <gasp> think that the
audience ever sucks?!   i mean sometimes they're mellow or full of some
drunk inconsiderate idiots - but i'm sure variety is par for the course and
every audience is certainly into them & there music....

thirdly, she makes the sign saying to jerry "that was horrible, i hope my
mike wasn't listening?!!!"

and fourthly i must verify the 5'7" to 5'8" b/c i'm just a bit taller than her,
and when both our feet are hanging over the edge of the bed, i can
reach the pillows just a lilttle bit easier..... <g>... <hehehehe>.......

mkc
8-)

@-}------||

"dreams are what make a brighter tomorrow"- 8-)

"sometimes i feel like a strawberry."-e. saliers

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date:         fri, 24 oct 1997 09:38:42 -0500
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she must have been wearing some funky heels or some kind of boots or
something, because in our picture she's way taller than us, and i'm 5'8"!!

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date:         fri, 24 oct 1997 09:52:16 -0400
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from:         fran egan <fpegan@wellmanage.com>
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attention daemon shoppers!

you can order the video, on special this month (see below!), direct from
daemon records for $12.00 plus $2.00 shipping.  either go to their web
site at
http://www.monsterbit.com/daemon/
or use the following info to mail order (which i copied from the site
for any of y'all who don't have web access).  i don't know whether there
are any signed cds left, but note that a signed copy can only be ordered
through the internet.

this month's special!!!
the first 30 people who order the jcs cd will receive a copy signed by
the indigo girls. we do have a few guidelines though. the cd is at
regular price ($15.00) but you can only order one and through the
internet only. to see the specifics of the special please go to the
monthly special page.

jcs cd (after the first 30 signed at $15 are gone) - $12.00
cassette - $7.00
video - $12.00
t-shirt - $12.00

   please indicate if you are on or wish to be on our mailing list.
   please indicate your e-mail address if you wish to be on our list.
   please make all checks payable to daemon records and send them to:
(fran's note: don't forget to add $2.00 for shipping!)

daemon records
po box 1207
decatur, ga 30031

the best quote i've seen about this video came from a listee who said
after seeing amy portray jesus, all she could say was, "touch me touch
me jesus!"

hope this helps,
fran

>sarah pohuly[pohulys@juno.com] wrote:
>i can remember a while back that you were talking about the jcs video
>with a&e.  where did you get it, and how could i?  i tried with no luck.
>any one who can answer would be greatly appreciated
>

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date:         fri, 24 oct 1997 08:52:53 -0500
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no,  no those two things in my subject line aren't meant to be about the same thing....

please, someone buy my two tickets to ani difranco in dallas...i'll mail them to you for cost minus ticketbastard fees. not sure exactly how much that is but will figure it out if you are interested.

about bisexual animals.....actually most of the research i have read suggests that when boy cows...like, as in bulls :) .... are herded together without girl cows, one or two boys will start to mount the other boys. this is old news really, boys do that every once in a while. but here is the really interesting part... if you take the offending boys out of that herd, another boy or two will take over and now it will be that one trying to do the nasty with the other boys. suggests to me... in a very loose, unscientific way.. that there is a need for someone to get on top of someone all the time. figuratively and literally :)

dr. urvashi pitre (who is glad she doesn't think like this when at work or she'd be out of a job real fast!)

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date:         fri, 24 oct 1997 10:12:35 -0400
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subject:      re: sigc~take back the night, coming out
x-to:         raynbow21@juno.com

in a message dated 10/24/97 3:40:07 am, raynbow21@juno.com wrote:

<<coming out
...(snip)... another giant step for dee....:)>>

*ahem* speaking as the original chicago area dee, seeing this on the screen
just about gave me a heart attack!!!  here i thought a total stranger was
outting me! ;)

dee (the original!!!  as if anyone could replace me <g>)

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date:         fri, 24 oct 1997 09:12:09 -0400
reply-to:     deb <indigo@mindspring.com>
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joan m. cyr <jcyr@mit.edu> wrote:
>http:/www.mapsonus.com

>if you know where you want to go but don't know the address (like you want
>to go to the palace in new haven or where the heck is lowell, ma?), before
>you fire up the "mapsonus" page, go to yahoo or some other search engine
>and look for online yellow pages ... you should be able to find out the
>street address for your destination.

you don't have to do that!  mapsonus has a built-in yellow pages, just hit the
yellow pages button!

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mapsonus. :-)

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date:         fri, 24 oct 1997 09:12:48 -0500
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>>does anyone here know how i can subscribe to the sarah list?  thanks
>>in advance..
>-rebecca
>
>you mean there is a separate list just for the goddess known as sara lee???
>sign me up!!
>
>
>peace,
>
>dan perkins
>austin, texas
>
>
>"you can do what you want, but you won't get far. the only way to groove is
>on the bass guitar!!"
>                                            -todd snider
>"although it was spontaneous,
> you'd think that it was planned.
> the day the bass players took over the world"
>                      -emily kaitz
>
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date:         fri, 24 oct 1997 11:02:35 -0400
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subject:      re: definately nigc :)
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i once had a gay dog...

on thu, 23 oct 1997, katie f. rozar wrote:

> someone mentioned that its a "widely-held belief" that some animals are
> bisexual.  which ones?  is this a belief, or a fact?  are any animals
> homosexual?
> just wondering :)
> kate
>
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date:         fri, 24 oct 1997 11:10:31 -0400
reply-to:     amy cason <stu6361@westga.edu>
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important to me, at least...
i am thinking of standing in line at the fox theatre this saturday morning
to purchase tickets for the nov 26 ig concert.  my question is this...for
those of you with a lot of experience buying tickets at different places,
such as over the phone w/ ticketbastard, or at blockbuster or publix or
your ticketbastard outlet of choice, do you usually get better seats by
waiting in line at the actual box office?  i hate it when i get on the
phone with ticketbastard at 10 am when tix go on sale and *still* get
seats waaay back...plus having to pay them that extra shipping charge for
those lousy seats.  so, is it worth it for me to travel an hour and a half
into downtown atlanta on a cold and possibly rainy saturday morning to get
tix?  please someone tell me!!!  help, help!!

thanks alot!
i'll be checking my email until about 5 o'clock today, so anyone with info
or just opinions please mail me!!!
amy

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date:         fri, 24 oct 1997 11:07:47 -0400
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hi there --

don't know if any of you all have seen this page:
http://www.musico.com
they have a few... and i mean a few... ig items for sale.
(scroll down and click on the 'shop' link)

if you want to just go directly to the ig page and not check out any of
the other artists they have then go here:
http://www.musico.com/shop/indigo.htm

i know they are looking for more ig stuff to sell so you may want to
check out this page every now and then.

bye!!
jackie (who loves to just lurk but decided to step out for a few
minutes)

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date:         fri, 24 oct 1997 11:26:34 -0400
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oh yeah, i almost forgot a second, unrelated question i have...

has anyone seen the movie "fire"?  i was thinking of seeing it this
weekend and i wondered what y'all think about it.

thanks again!
amy

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date:         fri, 24 oct 1997 11:16:20 edt
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>>she must have been wearing some funky heels or some kind of boots or
something, because in our picture she's way taller than us, and i'm 5'8"!!<<


doc martins with heels (hee hee hee)

b

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was this gay dog named "sparky" and did he end up at "big gay al's big
gay animal sanctuary"?

apologies now for those who haven't seen south park.


smiles,
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in a message dated 97-10-24 10:36:47 edt, you write:

>  has anybody ever seen a peppermint patty (as in charlie brown) cartoon
>  where marcie says to peppermint patty, "i think it's about time you came
>  out of the closet, sir."
>  if you have, could you email me?
>  thanks
>  alycia

ohmygosh!!!!!!!!!  if this exists, please, please, please let some kind
friend let me know how to get my hot little hands on a copy!!!

tia~
judi

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>
> my*guess* is around 5' 7" because i'm 5' 8" and she was slightly shorter than
> me.  but i'll tell you a fun fact - sara lee only came up to my shoulder,
> y'all!!!!!

well, my guess is 5'6" cause i'm 5/7 and she was a teeny bit shorter than
me.
chris ii

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>>>she must have been wearing some funky heels or some kind of boots or
>something, because in our picture she's way taller than us, and i'm 5'8"!!<<
>
>doc martins with heels (hee hee hee)
>
or maybe some kickass cowboy boots - she was wearing some cool black &
white ones on the rosie o'donnell show - yee hah!

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okay y'all...who knows anything about when the barbara walter's show where she kissed k.d. is going to air? this sounds like an unmissable one!

dr. urvashi pitre

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hey!
just want to take a moment from lurkland to say that amy making the gagging
motion might not be as bad as people think. i have a relative who has been
singing in public for many years, and she has always had terrible stage
fright. she always does a great job while she's out there, but when she
leaves, she always, always, says, i think i'm going to be sick. though she
never is, and she's been doing it for over 20 years, she always gets
nauseous every time she gets on stage. perhaps, amy's gagging motion isn't
about whether or not the audience was good or not, but just a signal to a
friend that she feels like yakking. well, didn't mean to gross anyone out,
just wanted to add my little opinion. for whatever it's worth.
.
.
happy hugs to all,

susan
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induced stress!* edina (absolutely fabulous)
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> date: friday, october 24, 1997 9:22 am
>
> hi all,
>
>
> on 10/23/97 19:05:25 melsouth wrote:
> >general question:
> >i've seen many ig concerts. a few times i've been close & at an angle
> >(either amy or emily side), and a couple of times at the end, right
> >before she leaves the stage... i've seen amy turn back to jerry marotta
> >and either stick her finger in her mouth (the puke sign) or else she
> >puts something in her mouth. i tend to think it's the first one. has
> >anyone else ever noticed this...? understand exactly what it means? (the
> >show or audience sucked?)... i'd appreciate any informed info on the

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friends always told me that my 2 kitties kirsten & smoke were gay, i even
have some incriminating photos, but i always poo pooed them. they ran away
together, and after reading the recent posts, maybe my friends were right?
yeesh, who'd a thunk it?!

susan

*i've got arms!* edina

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airplane (which i personally dig, and i ain't talkin' shovel) :

airplane : (i start makin' a deal ...)  columbian drug lords, cocaine
exchange,
                                        maybe?

shame on you : (river says, la la la, shame on you)  ugly people skinny
dipping?

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hey everyone,

just had to vent my excitement that my friend called from dayton and (the
coffee's hot, the corn is high, no!!) she told me that she hooked me up
with 4th row seats for the show on november 15th!!  yea!!!!!!  i'm really
pumped now.  so what if it's rainy and cold!!!!!!!

my indigo day is complete!!!!!


have a good weekend everyone!!!!!

~rob
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i'll start out with an apology- i know i've been posting like crazy lately,
but it's just that i am so excited i don't know what to do with myself!

there is now a picture of me watching emily sign my shirt with amy right
behind me on my desk where i can look at it every day!!!!!!!!

the group shots turned out really well- those are the ones that will end up
on the wmwc website soon.  as far as amy's height, sounds like she grows
and shrinks in between meeting various listees.  in my picture, she and i
look like we're exactly the same height- so maybe she's 5'7&1/2".  who
knows?

thanks for all the positive comments i've gotten about my original post...
y'all are cool.  it's great to be able to share with lots of people who
feel the same way as i do!!!!

:)
katherine

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would anyone be willing to tape this for me? i am a barbra addict, and
don't have access to american tv. (nothing that matters anyway) if anyone
is willing to help, i'll be eternally grateful. thanks a bunch, susan

*milk? milk? where am i supposed to go for milk?* edina
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> date: saturday, october 25, 1997 2:52 am
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> okay y'all...who knows anything about when the barbara walter's show
where she kissed k.d. is going to air? this sounds like an unmissable one!
>
> dr. urvashi pitre
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sherilyn's post got me thinking too, so i decided to mention what i think.

before i begin, i must say that, myself included, it seems kinda silly that
there's this song that we all love, sing, identify with, (and if we play
the guitar), always play when we pick it up, yet we don't really know what
the words mean.  kinda like "louie, louie" in a twisted sort of way, right?

well, anyway, i loved what sherliyn said, but would like to add, that not
really like a physical place, the "lookout" is the thing, place, person, et
cetrea, that helps us get a better glimpse at what the plan is.  for me, i
guess, the "lookout" is those things, people, places, and thoughts that
make me go, "wow, life is just, wow!"  you know what i mean, vern?

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to whoever sent the "things to say if you meet the indigo girls" post:

ask amy if she's talked to sejarez lately!

                                                -heather

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>> 1. does a $10 raise mean emily's dad gave her $11 or a ten?

>as for the first question, can't help ya there.  i think she just wants
>to get the point across that she asked for something and he gave her
>even more than she asked for because he loved her....

you're both wrong, after taxes, she only got $6.50 :)

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hey everybody,
there has been so much talk about amy's height, but does anyone know how
tall emily is? she looks like she may be a little taller than amy. i am
just curious.

--chloe

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i have an extra geneseo ticket, it's 15 dollars, general admission, i
promise to have it to you before the concert next sunday (novemeber 3).
if anyone is interested let me know...

kate
hull2106@fredonia.edu

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hey all.
the tm recording says that they use "random number distribution" for tickets
when they first go on sale and that because of this there is no point in
getting there more than 30 min before tickets go on sale.  what does this
mean and is it true?  what time should i tell my mom to get in line (she's
doing me a favor, so i don't want her standing there any longer than necessary)?
i'd also like to know the best place in atlanta to get tickets (ie box
office or a particualr tm location).  does anyone have a spot that usually
works out for them?
i've never had really good seats before, so i'm keeping my fingers crossed.
any info would be greatly appreciated.
sorry to waste all you non-atlantan's time.
thanks, jen (who is so glad ig are playing in atlanta over thanksgiving
break when she will be home)

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arghhhhhhh!!!!!!  pardon the caps-- i'm not yelling, just waaay too
excited!

hey guys--- how do 7th, 8th, and 9th rows sound to y'all?!?!?!?!
:) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :)
we got enough people to help....michelle and i sat in line starting at
noon, saved  saved spaces for everyone helping us.  so amazing!  the line
was unbelieveable huge...i went for a walk down it just to see how long it
was...  took me a full minute to walk to the end of it...  soo many
people!  guaranteed, the seats open to the general public are *not* gonna
be very close.  oh oh oh, best part of the story...  somehow, the box
office gave *1st row* tickets to one of the people in my party!  imagine
how we hit the roof upon going home and looking through the tix, to find 4
'row 1' tix in with a bunch of row 9!!!  i'm claiming these for michelle,
myself, and two other girls we know.    the closest i've *ever* seen them
is from the 20th row....  it's about time i got a decent seat...
but all these seats are *really good*.
all the listees are *together in a huge group*, 8th and 9th rows
center...  this simplifies things... no need for a listgather, you're
already all together! :) :) :) :)  have fun!
*one* ticket is in the 7th row, which i believe i'm giving to
stephanie, since she is the only one who requested only one ticket, and
not multiple tix.  hope all of this is okay with everyone....
did i do good?
so happy/ relieved/tired/ freaking...
jill

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...for the return of the package. sorry to post to the whole list but i
don't have the e-mail.
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hey guys, don't let them win


>begin message:
>
>>please take the time/opportunity to place your vote for
>>a poll abc is taking to determine if you would allow your
>>children to watch lesbians kiss on tv.(this is in reference
>>to the ellen show where that occurred).  the poll is at their
>>webb site:
>>
>>     http://www.abcnews.com/sections/us/ellen109
>>
>>please pass this on to anyone you think would be interested
>>in participating in this poll.  thanks !!
>>karen
>
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mel wrote:
>nope... no one around here has the slightest interest whatsoever
>with...umm... what are their names again?... you know... the
>brown-haired one & the strawberry blond one... whatever...  ;o)

oh, you mean amy saliers and emily ray? you know, i never really could
figure it out....someone tell me again which one's the blond and which
one's the brunette?? <g>

tee hee :o)

kristina :o)

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date:         fri, 24 oct 1997 18:38:06 edt
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subject:      burning question-how high is amy?

--- mikaela wrote:
does anyone know how tall amy is?
--- end of quote ---
ummm, i'm not sure of exact inches, but when she passed by me at the amherst
show it seemed she was about 2 inches shorter than me, so i'd guesstimate
5'7"...i was amazed at how small her frame was (i did not say skinny, i said
small), she looks so badass on stage....

and no, i did not do anything embarrassing like grab her, fall to her feet and
kiss them, or beg her to have my baby. but i thought about it.

;-)

sus
who once ate miracle-gro as a child

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date:         fri, 24 oct 1997 18:48:50 -0400
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subject:      jcs video

thanks to everyone who gave me the answers about the video.

sarah

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date:         fri, 24 oct 1997 12:52:54 -0400
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me, too!!!  that would be terrific.

melissa

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date:         thu, 23 oct 1997 18:03:21 -0400
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could some kind soul please mail me a list of the dates for ig concerts.  i
accidently deleted to mailbox that i kept those in, along with the postings,
and i don't have internet access right now to find them.  thanks in advance....

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

"don't critisize what you can't understand."  b.dylan
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date:         fri, 24 oct 1997 19:18:28 -0400
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subject:      re: we sang w/ ig! (& a review of lehigh...)--long!!!

in a message dated 10/23/97 11:53:36 pm, ablipman@sas.upenn.edu wrote:

<<jen lucero tried to tell the security guard that we sang w/ them & amy told
us
to wait for her outside the stage door, so he went inside & then came back &
told us that the manager said they weren't talking to anyone.  >>

<<also, thanks to jen for hanging out w/ us after the show & trying to calm
us down.>>


ohmigawd!!!!!  it's a good thing she works outdoors... no office is big
enough for jen and her ego, and there ya go inflating it!  sheesh.

dee (the original)

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"sus
who once ate miracle-gro as a child

too bad it didn't work!!!

hahahahahahahahahahahaha
couldn't resist

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does anyone know where i can get the cd "shades of indigo"? i haven't seen
it anywhere :-( and really would like to find it!

                                                        -heather

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in the picture of amy with her arm around my shoulder (and mine around
her waist although you can't see it -- ha, ha), she is a head taller than
i.  and i am 5'3" (i used to smoke).

so figure out how tall her head is and you've got it.

remember that, sus?  that was amy's and my night -- the night after you
neglected her in amherst!

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date:         fri, 24 oct 1997 20:49:48 -0400
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on fri, 24 oct 1997 18:28:06 -0700 pooh40 <pooh40@mc.net> writes:
>"sus
>who once ate miracle-gro as a child

and it shows!   ;-)


>too bad it didn't work!!!
>
>hahahahahahahahahahahaha
>couldn't resist

grrl, you need to get your eyes checked.  nuff said.

dianne

i don't set people straight.  they're just born that way.

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subject:      igc:  newest shirt explanation?

i have a question that perhaps someone could answer..........

as was mentioned on the list a few weeks ago, there is a new ig shirt for
sale at the recent shows.  long, black sleeved, thermal-like material.  in
the center of the shirt, there is a silver fish, with an orange eye, and an
orange snowflake on top of it.  the words indigo girls circle the
fish...........

does anyone have a clue as to what this could be about?  i'd like to have
something a bit better to say, than "i don't know", when people ask me what
it means.........    and i'm going to feel really stupid if it's something
real obvious, but tell me anyway =)

perhaps it's nothing but a cute design, but i was just curious!
=)
lisa

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date:         fri, 24 oct 1997 21:21:51 -0400
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subject:      re: amy and emily's height

on fri, 24 oct 1997 16:42:47 -0400 chloe c heymann <cch211@is8.nyu.edu>
writes:
>hey everybody,
>there has been so much talk about amy's height, but does anyone know
>how
>tall emily is? she looks like she may be a little taller than amy. i
>am
>just curious.

i've met amy and emily a couple of times, briefly, and my impression is
that amy is around 5' 7", and that emily is about an inch shorter than
her.  i had the extraordinary pleasure of standing between them and
putting an arm around each of them for a photograph.  when you date
enough people who are roughly the same height you just know how a 5' 6"
body fits against your own.  and on that note, may i just say that it was
the most exhilarating experience of my life to have amy and emily put an
arm around my waist simultaneously.

dianne

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i would like to formally apologize to the list for my ungracious
forwarding of a privately-mailed message.  i had no idea it was bad
netiquette, as several of you have written to me to inform me.  please
forgive my rudeness and ignorance.  (:,|
jill

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what time do tix go on-sale tomorrow and what time does that mean for
those of us in washington state??    thanks mel

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>>  has anybody ever seen a peppermint patty (as in charlie brown) cartoon
>>  where marcie says to peppermint patty, "i think it's about time you came
>>  out of the closet, sir."

i remember that... i *think* it was a letterman bit or something, not a real
peanuts cartoon...

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dr. urvashi pitre <u.pitre@tcu.edu> wrote:
>okay y'all...who knows anything about when the barbara walter's show where
she kissed k.d. is going to air? this sounds like an unmissable one!

that episode of "the view" already aired, it was pretty amusing!  k.d. tried
to talk her into a kiss, and barbara offered a hug instead, and ended up
giving k.d. a little peck, and k.d. feigned a swoon. :-)

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i've never seen south park, so i'm sooo confused.  my friend carol, who
watches it all the time, made mention to "big gay bob's big gay
boathouse in one of her messages.  any relation?
jill

on fri, 24 oct 1997, will laney wrote:

> was this gay dog named "sparky" and did he end up at "big gay al's big
> gay animal sanctuary"?
>
> apologies now for those who haven't seen south park.
>
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> smiles,
> al
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subject:      wendy bucklew - l.a. times

from thursday's l.a. times...

music: ventura county   starting again, solo
santa barbara singer is back with guitar and '90s-style folk sound, in search
of a following.

by bill locey
special to the times

10/23/97
los angeles times
ventura county edition
pg    f-35
column
copyright 1997 / the times mirror company

  wendy bucklew, with big hair and an even bigger voice, will bring her
  low-budget acoustic music act to a pair of local venues this weekend.
  friday night she'll be at the daily grind in ventura, and saturday night,
  it's local hero in ojai. don't expect a mosh pit or a lot of decibels at
  either gig.
     originally from santa barbara, bucklew headed for florida to go to
  school, came back to california for more schooling, and ended up in
  atlanta where she had a real job until she woke up.
     "i moved back to atlanta and did the pumps and pearls thing by day in
  advertising," said bucklew during a recent interview. "at night, i'd slip
  into something more comfy, and i started making more money playing music
  and it was a lot more fun. i really hate advertising."
     bucklew was in the right place at the right time when the acoustic
  music scene in atlanta took off. she met all the local luminaries, ended
  up touring with the indigo girls, and became something of a local rock
  goddess in her own right.
     "i got there just about at the beginning in '87 or '88, and it was
  very happening. i met the indigo girls and a lot of others, but what was
  really cool was the seriousness of it all. they cared about the quality
  of the music, plus there was strong support for each other. there's
  definitely a different flavor in the south. they sing about the same
  things, but there's sort of a groove to it, sort of a black crowes sort
  of thing."
     bucklew recorded three albums and did an original painting for the
  cover of each, but now she's back to square one in ventura (where the
  surf is a lot better than in atlanta), trying to get things going.
     "after a while, i started to get lazy. i was guaranteed a very good
  support group--i have a problem with the word 'fans'--but i had a lot of
  fans. i'd just figure out how much i needed to make my rent, then just do
  that. since i moved back to california about seven months ago, it's like
  starting all over again. i'm just trying to build a following and get my
  foot in the door. i've been playing a lot of free gigs, but it's
  exposure, you know?"
     her latest cd album is "asleep in the swing." bucklew intends to
  market it the usual way, without mtv, but by playing incessantly.
     "actually, we're starting to get some interest on it, and i'm trying
  to get it released nationally. i think it's more sophisticated than the
  other albums. i'm not going to put vaseline on my lips and stand
  pigeon-toed in a bathroom stall on mtv. no way i'm ever going to do
  that."
     bucklew had a band before and intends to have one again, but, for now,
  she remains the girl with a guitar, traveling light.
     "it's just acoustic rock, i guess. it doesn't really matter what you
  call it--if they like it, they like it. in atlanta, we started calling it
  acoustic music because it's not folk music like peter, paul & mary. it's
  '90s folk, i guess. if you're a girl with a guitar, you seem to get those
  joni mitchell references, which doesn't hurt at all because i think she's
  fabulous."
     since few acoustic musicians inspire dancing or drinking among the
  patrons, they generally end up doing the jangle tour--playing
  coffeehouses. those venues are quieter than bars, and people are less
  likely to puke on your shoes or beat you up for no apparent reason, apart
  from basic brew-tality.
     "it's up and down; it's a roller coaster. sometimes the people are
  really receptive, and it's really inspiring, and, other times, it's
  totally dead. it's hard."
     bucklew writes mostly the serious girl type of songs, relationship
  songs, getting out of relationship songs, and the like. although, she
  probably wouldn't scare dio, bucklew's voice is so powerful, she would be
  compelling singing the phone book.
     "when i write a song, it's different every time. it starts with a
  mood. then i just jam on the guitar; sometimes it's a melody, sometimes
  it's a lyric or vice versa. but it always starts with a mood. that or an
  'e' chord--that always does it for me."
     the creative process sometimes stands in jarring juxtaposition with
  the gritty world of performing. as bucklew recalled: "i was playing in a
  bar in augusta, ga., that was the no. 1 seller of pabst blue ribbon beer
  in the country. when i got to the place, there was a big banner that said
  wendy bucklew & pabst blue ribbon beer.'
     anyway, i played and they had this contest to guess how many pabsts
  they had sold during the month, or in november, or whatever. the winner
  got a greyhound bus ride to milwaukee, where he stayed with the
  bartender's uncle and got a tour of the pabst factory."
     though she has serenaded beer guzzlers, toured with the indigo girls
  and played to groups of four people in a coffeehouse, bucklew got started
  in the usual way.
     "my mom took classical guitar lessons, but she put it down and i
  picked it up. i just loved the sound of the guitar. it was more of a teen
  angst escape thing. it was good therapy, but i didn't pose in front of
  the mirror or anything like that. i always thought i was going to end up
  in the advertising business. my friends inspired me, saying stuff like,
  'hey, play that song again.' gradually, i started singing above a whisper
  and got a bit more confident. now i've got to take this seriously."
     then again, nothing is more serious than baseball, where 28 out of 30
  teams and a zillion fans are now watching the world series. while in the
  south, bucklew didn't gain an accent, but she did gain a team, the
  braves, who at least made the playoffs but were eliminated by the
  marlins.
     "i'm still trying to recover. i'm very, very, very sad about the
  braves, but i guess you can't win 'em all. i was never into baseball at
  all until i moved to atlanta, where i was turned on to the braves.
     "before, i thought it was really boring, until i started learning the
  history of each player. then i found myself yelling 'you're laggin',
  justice!' i didn't even care when they traded him to cleveland. he was
  really cute, but he knew it, too."
     be there
*    wendy bucklew at the daily grind, 607 e. main st., ventura, friday at
  9 p.m. (805) 641-1679. and at local hero, 254 e. ojai ave., ojai,
  saturday at 8 p.m. (805) 646-3165.

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subject:      wild guitar hair (nigc)

hey all,
well, in light of my recent ig concerts, i have impulsively decided to take
up the guitar.  i get these wild hairs to do something and i never rest until
i do.

anyways, i went and bought a guitar today, and also the nifty little tuner
and a begginers how-to book.  i previously played the violin for four years,
so i not really going at this in the cocmplete dark ( a have a small
flashlight).

okay, i'll get to the point, any of you who play, do you have any hints or
little practices, routines, etc. that would help me to learn more quickly and
efficiently??  i know that it takes practice, practice, practice, but
anything to make practice go by a little more smoothly???

thanks in advance,
kim

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date:         sat, 25 oct 1997 02:13:17 edt
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subject:      sigc~take back the night, coming out

to all the replies i've received privately....

i'm not blowing you off...i've just had some majorly rough days, and this
weekend is parents weekend at my university...so i may not be able to get
to the answers until saturday evening late or sunday mornin'

sorry for the inconvenience.
i will reply to all of them, i promise!
dee

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date:         sat, 25 oct 1997 02:22:08 -0400
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subject:      university of delaware review
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tonight's show at delaware was great!  the set list was especially cool, &
while we didn't have the greatest seats, the audience was so crazy & into
it, & a&e  were really chatty & smiley, that it made it a great concert.
the audience knew  every word to all of the sing-a-longs, & there were a
lot tonight!  a&e stopped singing & let the audience sing alone on a lot
more songs than usual, & they kept commenting on how much fun they were
having.  everyone stood for almost every song, & lots of people rushed the
stage during the encores!

caroline aiken was really great!  i only have 2 of her cd's, so i didn't
know the names of all the songs, so feel free to tell me the correct names.
she was really funny though, & i highly recommend seeing her if you have
the chance.  a&e commented that they've known her for 16 years and that
she's "the mentor of the music scene."  also, during caroline's set, amy
was in the dark on the side of the stage, dancing by herself...it was so
cute!  anyway, here's her set list:

haul off and kiss me
my there for me guitar
ground zero
good intentions
a love song dedicated to david
a song that went "don't want to be losing time" & "day by day"
left wet (she told a funny story before it about being at the space needle
in seattle & how a couple was making out next to her)
love ain't going nowhere


and here's the ig set list...notice all of the sing-a-longs at the beginnning!

galileo
kid fears (the audience did a weak version of michael stipe's part)
least complicated
shame on you (after the end "road block tripping" line, amy said/sang,
"slow down!")
get out the map (emily giggled at a group of girls dancing during it!)
shed your skin
everything in its own time
tried to be true (the audience tried to sing, but we didn't sound too good,
but then amy said, "we mess that song up every night," & then said she knew
that the audience was right & that she was wrong.)
prince of darkness
scooter boys (in the middle of this, amy went over to the guitar techs &
talked to them & then went right into cortez the killer.)
cortez the killer (lots of scooter boys lines were thrown in, & they were
going crazy & having a great time.)
leeds (on the keyboard)
romeo and juliet (so cool to hear live!!!  but the audience was singing
really loudly, & while it seemed like amy liked it, i can understand how
that could bother her if the song meant a lot to her.)
thin line (w/ caroline aiken)
power of two
"nuevas seńoritas" song (great song!  amy played mandolin & emily played
banjo. amy told a little story before it about going to chiapas & the
meaning of the song.)
chickenman (w/ dave on harmonica & an soc)

encore:
land of canaan
closer to fine (w/ caroline & also w/ jerry on mandolin)

i saw a copy of the printed set list, & it was a lot different.  leeds was
called "piano," r&j wasn't listed, but "??" was listed after "piano."
(maybe "??" meant the new song, & they just changed the order of it.)
cortez wasn't listed, & the encores were listed as ghost and pushing the
needle too far.


fashion update:
amy: white button-down w/ blue vertical stripes (i could see the top of her
new tattoo clearly!) & pants w/ thick multicolor vertical stripes...jess
just pointed out that she wore the same outfit at bates, & it can be seen
at http://members.tripod.com/~sots/amyscoot.jpg
emily: button-down shirt w/ multi-color patches of color & jeans
sara: white shirt w/ plaid button-down over it (which she took off during
the show), black pants, & the red shoes


random quotes that i thought were cool/funny/cute for various reasons:

"ah, friday night...in delaware."-emily
"sometimes we don't have anything to say...it's weird."-amy
"y'all are good singers!"-emily
"i never expect to see so many people, but this is nice."-amy
"sometimes we have more fun than y'all!"-emily


other random comments:

during the band intro, in addition to listing the various instruments jerry
& sara play, a&e said that sara's the "fashion advisor" & jerry offers
"moral guidance."

the new guitar tech's name is chad.

a group of girls held up a "can we sing with you?" sign, & they weren't
called up, which further proves my theory that a&e can decide who they want
to call up based on stuff we don't hear about.

we went to the backstage door after the show, & a&e's bus had already
left...they sure got out of there fast tonight!  jess & i wanted to get our
sign from the other night signed, but no such luck.  we did write them a
letter thanking them for our experience at lehigh though, & we gave it to
sulli before the show, & she said she'd give it to them.


it's jess now...andi basically took over the review, but she does have more
experience after all :) i would definitely say the crowd was so different
from the lehigh show with their constant excitement and very loud singing.
a&e were more into the show and not only did they talk a lot to the
audience, but they also talked a lot amongst themselves. it was pretty
funny. also, i'm not sure if this is why they changed the setlist, but i
definitely heard a lot of requests for r&j.
if anyone booted the show, we'd love to get a copy, although i'm sure you'd
hear a lot of shouting in the background. we're pretty bummed we didn't get
to see them and get our sign signed, but otherwise the show was pretty much
perfect. i had a fabulous time!

still coming down from our high,
andi and jess

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date:         sat, 25 oct 1997 00:29:33 -0600
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subject:      re: amy and emily's height
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on fri, 24 oct 1997, chloe c heymann wrote:

> hey everybody,
> there has been so much talk about amy's height, but does anyone know how
> tall emily is? she looks like she may be a little taller than amy. i am
> just curious.
>
> --chloe
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well,

when i spoke very briefly to emily when they were in missoula, she only
seemed a bit taller than me and i'm only about 5'3". just a guess, i'm
actually not that sure if i saw it right, i was a bit nervous.

amy m.

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i'm new to the indigo girls list but have been a big time fan for a
while.  tonight i saw them at u of del. and they were absolutely
incredible.  i copied down the sent list but left it in my dorm room. i'll
be sure to post it tomorrow if anyone is interested.  if anyone was
plugged into the soundboard or know of anyone who taped the show i would
be so grateful if they could let me know.
    also, i am looking to start collecting some ig boots considering i
only have one.  i have a handful of dmb & phish if anyone will lend a hand
i will be very grateful.
    last thing before i go,  i might be going to the binghamton show next
week and probably the show at emory in nov.  would love to meet some new
people and devoted indigo fans.  anybody going or needs a lift email me


>       "there's a thin line between pleasing yourself, and pleasing
> somebody else..."

                                                mike d.

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date:         sat, 25 oct 1997 00:31:59 -0600
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subject:      re: shades of indigo??
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on fri, 24 oct 1997, heather davis wrote:

> does anyone know where i can get the cd "shades of indigo"? i haven't seen
> it anywhere :-( and really would like to find it!
>
>                                                         -heather
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ooo! ooo! me too! me too!
amy m.

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there i was, eating brecky, reading the paper, amusing my
son - i'm a multiskilled womyn- the tv was on in the
background showing those gazillion year old bugs bunny
cartoons in amongst commercials for you know the latest
kiddie weapon and mermaid barbie and blow me down if this
nifty little song didn't start playing as background music
for a segment on inventors.......shame on you.....clear as
day, complete with "fucking up" faded out.....mind, what
relevance it actually had to the segment is completely
beyond me, but it certainly was fabuloso to hear it.

my boy and i did the obligatory dance around the
room.....then resumed our positions at the table.

an indigo moment from katoomba....

penelope

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date:         sat, 25 oct 1997 08:16:27 -0400
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in a message dated 97-10-24 04:06:54 edt, sharonb@geocities.com (sb) writes:

<<  1. does a $10 raise mean emily's dad gave her $11 or a ten >>

hey y'all, i think she's saying that she asked for something small and her
dad gave her even more than she asked for; same thing when she says she
needed ehr mom and her mom came and stayed with her for days.  that's the
kind of mom i want to be, if i can just get my kids to grow up and want to
call me!!

later

bonnie

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date:         sat, 25 oct 1997 10:19:19 -0400
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subject:      today's show in baltimore

yayyy! who's coming today? if you are, look for a girl wearing either a
black and white flannel or grey sweater w/black jeans, brown hair
(probably pulled back somehow w/a grey scrunchie), blue eyes, about 5'6",
young-looking....that's me! i'll be hanging around with my friend beth,
who has extremely curly brown hair and blue eyes, about the same height
as me, maybe a little shorter. come visit and say hello, so we can meet
some listees today!

kristina :o)
(who's excited to see the girls for the first time today!!!
woooohoooo!!!)

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date:         sat, 25 oct 1997 10:27:43 -0400
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wow!  does anyone know what the deal is with ig al of a sudden playing
romeo and juliet so often?  i would die if i heard it live!
alisa


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there are two i don't understand."
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date:         sat, 25 oct 1997 10:47:50 -0500
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hey all,
        does anyone know why amy says "all skate, now reverse" before touch
me fall?  this might be an old question...i'm fairly new to the list. just
wondering ya'll opinions :-)

                                                -heather

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hey, i just signed on . . . like five minutes ago.
is there anyone going to the dayton show and does anyone know anything
about it . . . like ticket prices?
thanx for any information!!!

j&t

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date:         sat, 25 oct 1997 12:01:24 -0400
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subject:      a different perspective on the u of de show

  the show was really great, the girls were both in an excellent mood.  the
crowd *was* really into it....  but the behavior of folks at the end of the
show really ticked me off and i'm needing to vent in hopes that some of the
people who were acting like fools maybe think twice about their actions next
time. <winks>
   first off.. rushing the stage? can we say fire hazard??  all of the space
between rows was completely blocked, i was in the last row of the front floor
section, and gods forbid something happened i woulda been stuck there for
life oi!.  i sound like an old woman, i know, but seriously... doing such
things just makes no sense.
    secondly..  i actually would rather sit and bop in my seat and sing and
listen.. i can understand why people want to stand and dance (although most
of them just stand and bop to a different beat then the one i'm hearing), and
i never get annoyed at folks standing..
   standing on the chairs, however, is a different story.  iffin yer on the
floor and in the front, you can certainly see without standing on the chairs.
i had to peer through two big heads thru the entire concert, but i didn't
have to stand on my chair to see.  during land of caanan and closer to fine
85% of the floor section stood on their chairs, blocking the view of those of
us who are too considerate to do such things.  what were you people thinking?
  anyho, sides those two lil things, the concert was terrific.  i've never
went to a "bad" ig show, just ones were the audience was more annoying then
at other times.  :)
  i couldn't unload the extra bleacher tickets, before the show i was asking
around if anyone wanted them free...  my entire row was people who had bought
there seats in the last 2 or 3 days from ticketmaster online- couldn't find
one person around me who bought them from ticketmaster in person or by phone,
found that strange for the floor section.  i think something fishy is going
on and will try ticketmaster online first from now on ;x.
  anyways.. thats about it, thanks for listening to me rant.

  grace

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date:         sat, 25 oct 1997 12:10:46 -0400
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subject:      i'm de-lurking- intro, help, tix!

such a common plea around concert times ;)

as i listen to 1,200 curfews and think menacing thoughts about ticketmaster,
it occurs to me that i have to go- somehow- to the nov 25  atlanta show.  i
hit the may 24 chastain concert (my first!!!) and i need another fix.
ticketmaster informs me this morning that there are no more doubles left for
the 25th show.  i doubt begging works, but i am asking meekly and politely,
does anybody have 2 side-by-side tickets for the nov. 25th show?? (that they
can part with...)

incidently, perhaps an short intro is in order... i joined the list in march
1997, and had to take a sabbatical for a wedding (mine) and such life changes
as graduation, new job, and moving 'cross country.  so here i sit with a
completely new life. kinda cool.  i think i am ready to handle the self
inflicted mail load of this list again... :)

anyway, if anyone can take pity on a indigo soul... lemme know.. probably
directly since i haven't gotten back into list subscription yet...

thanks y'all

jettman

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subject:      ig in nyc?

hey -

i just heard from someone i know that ig are coming to ny at the beacon
theater, sometime this fall.  now, if this is true, i will be sooooooooooo
happy.  someone please confirm this!!!!

thanks,

liz

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hi...i was just playing around on the ticketmaster site, and there appears
to be some decent single and double seats still available for the show. you
can still get row g orchestra dead center if you're a single, and i found
several pairs of seats in row e orchestra in the right center section.

something to think about if you're still on a ticket hunt.

deb

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subject:      chicken man

hey friends,

just a couple of things on my mind: i was in the bookstore with my family
today, and my husband found for me a book called "chicken man," by michelle
edwards! it won the national jewish book award and is a charming children's
story.  here is the final paragraph:

"chicken man sang a few of their favorite songs.  the chickens began to cluck
and crow.  clara flew to her special spot on top of his head.  and the next
morning, every hen laid an extra egg.   chicken man was home."

i'm sure he was singing ig songs to those chickens, and now we know what amy
was talking about when she said chickenman had wild stuff in his hair!  :-)
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quick question:  what are "jeu de paumes" (history of us)?
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didn't amy talk about "all skate, now reverse" on world cafe?  something
about messing around in the studio, talking about going to skating rinks as a
kid and she just said that line and they decided to leave it in.  am i making
this up?
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lastie:  someone mentioned in a post recently that chickenman is dead.  is
this true?

those are my ig thoughts for the day.  thanks for tuning in! :-)

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hey, to all chicago area melissa etheridge fans, xrt is re-playing
their fantastic recording of melissa live in 1989 - it'll play sunday
night on wxrt, that's 93.1 fm, at...let me think...is it 8 or 9?  can't
remember. anyway, i previously recorded this concert and i can say
without a doubt it is grrrrreat! not to be missed!  if you like her at
all, you will love this concert.  and if you're ambivalent, you will
learn how kick-ass she is live.  so set up your tape players, and
tune in xrt on sunday night.
peace-nic


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on wed, 22 oct 1997, stephanie merhar <slm4b@server1.mail.virginia.edu>
wrote:

> p.m. the next day i decided to walk around.  i managed to
> sneak in and watch the sound check through the door of the
> balcony.  it was great -- they should talk like that during
> their concerts.  they played some interesting songs that i
> had never heard before -- amy sang something like "she
> kisses like a straight girl, she's from a working class
> town, hold me down, don't got nothing, but i want her
> anyway" and then "...carolina, daughter of a miner, and her
> ways were free, it seemed to me, the sunshine..." and then
> emily played something on the piano "such a better
> innocent...as if somehow the years...i thought i was a
> child,, till you turned and smiled, i'm just one more
> prisoner of time, alone..." if anyone knows what any of
> those are, do tell.

sorry if this has been covered -- i'm waaaay behind on list mail, but i
scanned through the digests remaining in my in-box and it didn't look as
though this had been answered. i think i can identify the last one. sounds
to me like "i thought i was a child" by jackson browne, which would be a
really gorgeous song for emily to sing -- i'd looooove to hear her do this
one!

here's the lyrics, though i forget which album the song is on (it's a
pretty old one though, from the early 70's):

i thought i was a child
-jackson browne

it's such a clever innocence with which you do your sorcery
as if somehow the years just bow and let that young girl go free
i thought i was a child until you turned and smiled
i thought i knew where i was going until i heard your laughter flowing
and came upon the wisdom in your eyes
surprise--

i've spent my whole life running 'round
chasing songs from town to town
thinking i'd be free so long as i never let love slow me down
so lonely and so wild until you turned and smiled
by now i should have long been gone
but here i am still looking on
as if i didn't know which way to run

it's such a clever innocence with which you show myself to me
as if you know how it feels to never be who you wanted to be
i thought i was a child until you turned and smiled
i thought that i was free but i'm just one more prisoner of time
alone within the boundaries of my mind
i thought i was a child...

(c)1973 wb music corp., used without permission


cheers,
-anne in indiana

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"i thought i was a child" by jackson browne,. . . though i forget which
album the song is on (it's a
> pretty old one though, from the early 70's)

it's from for everyman.

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subject:      the fox

hey guys,

just wondering if anyone knows the layout of the fox all that well.  my gf
got tickets today to the show on the 26th, she was first in a line of about
10 people.  (she got them in conyers by the way).  anyways, she got 2 tickets
for the pit, row eee seats 14 and 15, any of you know exactly where this
is???  also, is the fox a small venue?

thanks,
kim

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date:         sat, 25 oct 1997 18:04:40 -0400
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hey folks-

i knew that someday taking french would come in handy (& i was lucky
enough to go to paris when i was 13 - a loooong time ago).

on sat 25 oct 15:33 edt
pam <mnoelm@aol.com> wrote:
> quick question:  what are "jeu de paumes" (history of us)?

"history of us" is about running away to europe to forget about
whoever...

there is a museum in paris at place de la concorde - jardin des
tuileries called 'galerie nationale du jeu de paume' - which is a
national exhibition gallery of contemporary art.

and in "history of us" - she talks about art & paintings, etc.

voilą!

ą la paix...
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amanda, i went to the vegas hte and picked up a huge pagackage of info.
i'll copy it for you and mail it to you, just email me with your address.
i'll also send you the poster they had displayed at the hard rock hotel
also.  boy what a deal!!!!!!!!!!!
holly
amanda, did you ever get this post from me?  i just found it in my
composition pile of emails.  anyway, i never heard from you , so if you
still want the info email me personally okie dokie?   hharris@nunic.nu.edu


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hey, i posted this earlier but it never appeared. ???
so, i repeat: attention chicagoans who like melissa etheridge:
melissa etheridge's 1989 live show at park west will be re-broadcast on
sunday night on wxrt (93fm).  i have this one on tape already, and it is
a fantastic concert, so if you've never heard it you should tune in -
for that matter, tape it.  it's melissa at her rockin' best, imho. the
tape i made of that show is my most-listened-to m.e. recording - moreso
than any of her cd's even.
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i've got a washburn acoustic-electric that i just bought this past
spring, so it's in great condition. i got it signed by our girls at the
tower signing (real cute, a drew a puppy face with her name and e a
heart).  because i'm a poor student in need of money, and i don't play
that much anyway, i'm letting it go. i bought it for about $450, but i'll
let it go for $350 (negotiable). it's a great guitar for the money, great
tonal and sound quality. i got some work done on it: i got the action
lowered and set it to medium strings (for those who don't know what that
means, now the strings are lower to the board so its easier to play notes
higher on the neck and the sound quality will be much better b/c it is
set). any questions or offers, email me privately.
david
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hey everyone,
   some more comments on the u delaware show...this is the
most tired i've ever seen the girls.  and the least smiley.
i also must say i didn't like the audience...it seemed like
just a lot of primped up sorority girls who made this their
friday night activity before going out and drinking.  okay,
so i sound a little bitter.  it took my best friend and i
five hours to get to newark from charlottesville and i just
got back about an hour ago and the road trip was very very
tiring.  how do amy and emily (or any band, for that
matter) live their lives on the road?  i couldn't survive.
back to the show.  we had pretty crappy seats, even though
i got them through ticketbastard online the day after they
went on sale.  so we decided to claim some unclaimed seats
down nearer the floor.  and then i noticed some unclaimed
first row seats...so i went down and asked the security guy
if we could sit there if the people didn't show up.  he
said after the first three songs (i asked him before the
show even started).  so after two songs, noone was there
and we went down and stood in the first row.  it was
wonderful!  we were the girls (yes, in the matching navy
blue corduroy overalls) who had the signs : the first one
said "amy's new song" and the second said "can we sing with
y'all".  as jess said, our second sign wasn't effective,
but hey, we tried.  and this proves that they're only going
to call people up when they feel like it.  after the mwc
show, i asked amy to play the new song in delaware and she
said okay, but i knew she wouldn't remember, so we made
this sign and held it up. amy saw it after "least
complicated" and she nodded and smiled and made a gesture
that she had seen it.  it just made me feel special that
she sang that song (i like to pretend that it was just for
me...), because on the set list, as jess also said, there
was a question mark for that point in the show.  the new
song was great.  as for the crowd, i agree with grace that
the end of the show was ridiculous.  i was completely
mobbed during ctf.  not fun.  thin line with caroline aiken
was awesome, as were romeo and juliet and prince of
darkness. i got my best friend, who is as heterosexual as
they come, to admit that she can see why i think amy is so
sexy.  but the show was really fun (my 7th, my best
friend's 1st), and it was super to be able to share what i
love so much with her.  even though i went to two shows
this week , i'm counting the days until dayton on november
15th!
                    thanks for reading,
                       stephanie


stephanie lynne merhar
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"got to learn to respect what we don't understand"
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> from: lynda <lynda@csg-soft.com>
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> subject: nigc...re:confused
> date: thursday, october 23, 1997 7:35 am
> a few days ago someone posted about being attracted to womyn, but not
> knowing what that meant. i thought this might be helpful to her...and
> entertaining for the rest of the dykes out here.
> this comes from a great book " ms. behaviou's guide to gay & lesbian
> etiquette" by meryl cohn

hi!!  for those of you who are lesbians or are questioning your identity,
there is a *very* funny book by liz tracey and sydney pokorny called, _so
you want to be a lesbian?_

just some funny snippets from the cover:

"the great lesbian haircut conspiracy"
"breaking up--without going into the witness protection program"
"lesbian cuisine--beyond granola and back again"
"trucker wallets, tattoos, baseball caps, and other important accessories"

enjoy!!

rachel & chris :))))))))


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yourself run?..."    michelle malone

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of the way the will of the only way that could've brought me here today and
it's alright."  emily saliers
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date:         sat, 25 oct 1997 19:50:53 -0600
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on thu, 23 oct 1997, heather davis wrote:

> if anyone has or knows where i can find a copy of tuesday's children, blue
> food, or emily's solo album please let me know!! i've been looking for
> those recordings! thanks!
>                                                         -heather
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at the risk of this being a "me too" message. i, too, would appreciate any
info on these albums.

thanks,
amy m.

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hey all,

i was at the missoula concert, unfortunatly before i even knew this list
existed. i was just wondering if any of you happened to be there and had
thoughts, comments, etc.

bye,
amy m.

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hi all,

i've heard a lot about amy getting a new tattoo?! where is it and what does
it look like?
and did she write a new song too?
                                                        -heather

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i got so many requests for the list, and since i didn't expect it and
thought that the whole list may enjoy this i'd write to the list, the list
i ended up using was:
jane adams, djuna barnes, katherine lee bates, catherine beecher, julie
cypher, emily dickinson, radcliffe hall, eleanor roosevelt, blake edwards,
harvey milk, saint augustine, susan b. anthony, sandra bernhardt, rita mae
brown, amelia earhart, sophie b. hawkins, billie holliday, sappho,
gertrude stein, virginia woolfe, alexander the great, hans christian
anderson, sir francis bacon, clive barker, marlon brando, leonardo
davinci, michaelangelo, plato, rock hudson, e.m forester, cole porter,
socrates, shakespeare, andy worhol, walt whitman, tenessee williams, ann
bancroft, chastity bono, boy george, julie brown(the redhead), neneh
cherry (yeah!!)  jm j. bullock, patricia ireland, morrissey, camille
paglia, siegfried and roy, richard simmons, and lily tomlin...
the list goes on and on... web pages that helped me along the way were:
        www.geocities.com/westhollywood/1769/nl2.html
        www.qrd.org/qrd/culture/history.of.homosexuality
        www.gaybiz.com/toy/history
        www.glnh.org
there were a few others that i ran into by accident that i don't
remeber... sorry... good luck to everyone who needs this info.  also, i
think it's really cool that i found out that there have been atleast 6 gay
catolic popes!!!!!!!  i grew up catholic and that rocks!!!!  just a cool
peice of info to throw at really adimit religious people... not that that
is bad, i just get sick of it sometimes...
hope this helped...

kate

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>i was just playing around on the ticketmaster site
>i found several pairs of seats in row e orchestra in the right center section.

are you kidding?  i knew i had bad luck when my mom got a flat tire on the
way to the box office saturday morning (on the way to the box office...can
you believe that?), but this is ridiculous.  the flat made her get to the
box office over an hour later than she would have, but she still got there
before 10:00 am, and she was still tenth in line.  when she got to the
window, they told her that the best seats left were in row ff (row 31).  was
the ticket seller-person just incompetant?  did she just make a careless
mistake?  i swear there was a conspiracy against me.  i defintely was not
meant to get good seats for this concert.  i must be cursed.  i have to go
now so that i can scream some more.
aaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
:-(  jen

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i know this is probably a really dumb thing to ask, but i've been wondering
it for a while. in the watershed video when amy, emily, and caroline aiken
are rehearsing the song finlandia, who is singing the middle and who's on
the bottom? i think amy is on the bottom, but i can't tell.  just curious
if anyone knows, that's all :-)

                                                -heather

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correct me if i'm wrong, but when my gf went to get tickets in conyers, she
was first in line and the man told her that the closest seats "they gave this
center" was in the pit row eee.  i think they split up the tickets in some
lottery pick, or something like that other than just first come first serve.

then again, i may be totally off base...
kim

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i just got in... decided to check the ol e-mail... saw this one... and
couldn't resist... (no offense heather!)

on sat 25 oct 23:38 cdt
heather davis <heather@coaps.fsu.edu> wrote:

> in the watershed video when amy, emily, and caroline aiken
> are rehearsing the song finlandia, who is... the middle
> and who's on the bottom? i think amy is on the bottom,
> but i can't tell.  just curious

if emily's on top; amy's on the bottom... i think *i* should be in the
middle... caroline isn't even a dyke.

sometimes life just ain't fair, ya know...

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on sat, 25 oct 1997, heather davis wrote:

> hi all,
>
> i've heard a lot about amy getting a new tattoo?! where is it and what does
> it look like?
> and did she write a new song too?
>                                                         -heather
>
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no idea what the tattoo is, but it's in the middle of her upper chest. i
saw it peeking out at the show in missoula.

amy m.

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date:         sat, 25 oct 1997 23:24:13 -0600
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on sat, 25 oct 1997, heather davis wrote:

> i know this is probably a really dumb thing to ask, but i've been wondering
> it for a while. in the watershed video when amy, emily, and caroline aiken
> are rehearsing the song finlandia, who is singing the middle and who's on
> the bottom? i think amy is on the bottom, but i can't tell.  just curious
> if anyone knows, that's all :-)
>
>                                                 -heather
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i believe amy is on the bottom and caroline is in the middle.

amy m.

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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 08:38:27 +330
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hi list,
tomorrow is my birthday. i will be grateful if everyone congratulate my
birthday with the best sentence or anything surprising.
hideh.

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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 02:31:57 -0500
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i hear the birthday girl and miss binky are gay too.
;)

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in a message dated 97-10-25 10:43:37 edt, heather@coaps.fsu.edu writes:

<<    does anyone know why amy says "all skate, now reverse"  >>

heyy'all

i don't know for sure why she says this,but this is a line from skating rinks
which i heard manytimes as a teenager going roller skating on friday nights.
maybe amy has some memories of skating also!

bonnie

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yes!!!! i was up bright and early and 1st in a line of 2 people ;-) and i scored..............main floor sec 2 row 3 seats 6-8!!!!!!!


i got them at a ticket outlet here in columbus so i guess this means that they held back some of the seats for the general onsale. the guy behind me only got 2 tickets and he was given main floor sec 1 row 7, and lori said that at work this morning she was able to pull up first row for 2 tickets sometime after 10am. i am psyched though! 3rd row!!!!! girls here i come!


this is my first real show...i did see them at lilith fair this summer but the show was much too short and i was on the lawn! i just can't believe our luck!!!


jill...what section were the tickets you guys got yesterday? are we near the group?


i know that we plan on meeting up again with barb and twink, and i hope we are able to meet all of you. we are planning on getting a room somewhere in the dayton area...are any of you guys staying over? where are you staying? i still like the idea of a list after show party!!! anyone else?


ta ta


heathera


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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 22:35:52 +0000
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at 04:39 pm 10/25/97 pdt, you wrote:
>hey, i posted this earlier but it never appeared. ???
>so, i repeat: attention chicagoans who like melissa etheridge:
>melissa etheridge's 1989 live show at park west will be re-broadcast on
>sunday night on wxrt (93fm).  i have this one on tape already, and it is
>a fantastic concert, so if you've never heard it you should tune in -
>for that matter, tape it.  it's melissa at her rockin' best, imho. the
>tape i made of that show is my most-listened-to m.e. recording - moreso
>than any of her cd's even.
>peace-nic


would someone be kind enough to tape this for me???  i have boots to trade!!!

thanks~
rob
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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 10:18:57 -0500
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hi. my name is lisa and i'm a queer undergrad studying psych and
anthro/zoo. i am also a huge indigo girls fan. i'm working on my honors
thesis about the origins of jealousy and the sex differences in types of
jealousy. i am surveying both lgbt and straight people about their
attitudes concerning dating and infidelity. i put my survey on the web to
save paper and costs. i am asking for volunteers to fill out this short
(10 to 15 minute) survey. the url is:
        http://www-personal.umich.edu/~debruin/thesis.html
i would be very greatful if you all could take some time to help me with
my research. the page is easiest to read on netscape, but you can also
access it using lynx. i would also appreciate if anyone could mail me
addresses of other queer groups or their contact people who would not mind
receiving this message. i am especially looking for older people and
people of color. thank you very much,
        lisa debruine

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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 10:49:40 -0500
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hey all,
my sister and her boyfriend just got engaged and i was looking for a
meaningful quote, blessing, something that i could enclose in a card to
them.  does anyone have anything like this, or know where i could find it?
thanks.

fare thee well,
elizabeth

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"but you taught me how to value life
and what else do i need
i have a dad who watches over me"
-k's choice, "dad"

"how i long to fall just a little bit, to dance out of the
lines and stray from the light"
-dar williams, "iowa"

"the piglet was sitting on the ground at the door of his house
blowing happily at a dandelion, and wondering whether it would
be this year, next year, sometime or never.  he had just
discovered that it would be never, and was trying to remember
what 'it' was, and hoping it wasn't anything nice, when pooh
came up."
-a.a. milne, "winnie-the-pooh"

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i totally forgot to add my dayton news to my last post.  i called at 9:55
with the hopes that their clocks were off.  no such luck, but the kind woman
filled in all the information and kept her finger on the button until 10:00
exactly.  she spent the intermediate time telling me about the magazine, so
it's good they have to tell you about it, or she might have gotten in
trouble.  anyway, i got sec 2 row 1 seats 1 and 2, which makes me think they
kept the first part of sec 2 for phone calls, since i was probably the first
to get through.  anyway, does anyone know where sec 2 is?  i looked at the
ticketmaster seating chart, but it was greek to me.  thanks.  see you there!

elizabeth

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and what else do i need
i have a dad who watches over me"
-k's choice, "dad"

"how i long to fall just a little bit, to dance out of the
lines and stray from the light"
-dar williams, "iowa"

"the piglet was sitting on the ground at the door of his house
blowing happily at a dandelion, and wondering whether it would
be this year, next year, sometime or never.  he had just
discovered that it would be never, and was trying to remember
what 'it' was, and hoping it wasn't anything nice, when pooh
came up."
-a.a. milne, "winnie-the-pooh"

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subject:      subscribe indigo-girls   michelle hagan.

sign me up!!!!!!!!!!!

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subject:      umbc show review (long)

hey everybody....

so i have to say that delaware and umbc were the best two shows i have ever
been to.  the crowds were awesome, the girls were in great moods.

anyways.  so we got in line for umbc at about 2.  we were behind about 10-15
people. but that was cool. we finally get in and rush to the front of the
stage, and there are all these girls in the front row directly in front of
amy who were not at the front of either line (there was a will call line too)
then after we were all so glad to be in from the cold, it got hot. it got
real hot. then during caroline aiken who was real cool, my friend anya (who
is lurking on the list somewhere) was trying to get out of the crowd for some
air and she passed out on the floor.  so of course it caused all sorts of
raucous, and she hit her head and was out cold etc. but everyone was really
cool and helped get her out of the crowd  and over to the side, and these
girls who we were next to said they would try to save our space up in the
second row in front of amy : ) so if those girls are on the list i thank you
so much.

anyways. she turned out to be fine, but since she is not 18 she couldnt
refuse medical care, so our friend had to sign for her and they made her sit
off in the bleachers so it didnt happen again.  that kinda sucked since we
had waited all day. but she dealt. they made me go back to my spot up front
cause there was no room for me in the bleacher where she was sitting.  of
course i had to deal with all sorts of glares, comnments etc. but i got up
there right before ig.  then sulli came over and threw out all of the girls'
extra water and this guy walked around and handed out cups  of water to the
crowd. (all because of anya! i am so proud) so i wrote down a little letter
to amy and told her what happened and to dedicate a song to her or a shout
out.  early in the show emily says, "i hope anyone's not passing out!!"  and
finally before virginia woolf amy said, "this is for anya who was supposed to
be in the front, but now she's somewhere in the back."  it was very cool.

the show was incredible.  they both were amazed at how loud the crowd sang.
emily seemed all choked up after she played winthrop and we amused amy
during romeo and juliet because at one point we were much louder than her and
she was still singing.  the set list was great, i didnt write it down but i'm
sure somebody will post it.  amy did this intense soc suring scooter boys, it
was amazing.  again they did all the sing alongs and crowd favorites and they
did some surprises like you and me of the 10,000 wars and amy busted into
down by the river and emily didnt know and she had to switch guitars. but as
usual sulli was right on top of things.  also at the end, amy couldnt
remember how to play joking and emily had to teach her, it was real cute.
there were a lot of other cool things, but this is getting real long. if
anyone booted this show, anya and i would be forever grateful if we could get
a copy. i have lots to trade...

still on my indigo girls high...
sasha

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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 13:10:54 -0500
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i'll leave the extended reviews to others but i can honestly say that last
ngiht's show at umbc was the best indigo girls concert i've ever seen. the
audience was fantastic, the set list well balanced and amy and emily happy
and energetic. there was even a little impromtu dance to the house music
after the show.

did anyone boot this show? it was my first date with someone pretty
special and i'd love to give her a tape to remember it by. i have an
extensive list of ig boots to trade, including a lot of early stuff (color
me grey, blue food, purple parrot etc.)

i would be eternally grateful.

peter a. barta
bartap@bulldog.georgetown.edu


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crawls from underneath the streets.      to get all i deserve,
everything i truly love,                 and to give all i can,
comes from somewhere high above."        and to love a young woman
                                         that i don't understand."
                        - amy ray
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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 12:40:11 -0500
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subject:      nigc attn: all atlanta listees

hi all

i am passing through atlanta on nov 6th (thursday) and wanted to extend an
open invitation to all listees who will be in atlanta that night to join me
at the flying biscuit for edibles and conversation.  i am hoping all will
then accompany me to eddie's or the freight room or some other place to
listen to some music.

anybody who can come (whether definitely or tentatively) email me and i'll
keep you informed of the details.  i look forward to meeting y'all!

cheers!
kathleen   kef1330@aol.com

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i know there was already a message posted about this concert, but i was
there and it was so awesome so i just had to write something too. i was
very happy to be standing really close to the stage on emily's side and i
could pretty much see everyything. the audience was was amazing everyone
was singing along and i think that made amy and emily really happy and
they let us sing a lot of verses to some old songs. virginia woolf and
power of two almost made me cry. sorry to anya about what happened to you.
i'm glad that amy read the note and mentioned your name. amy was really
getting into the music, especially during scooter boys. she was
practically jumping up and down. both amy and emily looked really cute
dancing around up there. i had never heard winthrop and when emily played
it it sounded so beautiful. my friend and i tried the sign thing. we
wrote"can we sing with you?" on  big piece of paper and held it up
throughout the concert. i think they definitely saw it because at some
point during the show, amy and emily both made eye contact with me. i
think some other people held up signs to because right before closer to
fine amy said, "thanks for your offers but we can't have anyone singing
with you tonight>" the audience let out a dissappointed sigh and i thin
amy felt really bad because she said she was sorry. anyway the set list
goes as follows, although this is not the correct order:
galileo
tangled up in blue
least complicated
scooter boys
shed your skin
reunion
shame on you
get out the map
virginia woolf
power of two
chickenman
joking
winthrop
cut it out (this was also mixed with down by the river)
tried to be true
closer to fine
you and me of the 10,000 wars
there might have been more, that are not on the top of my head now. as for
a fashion report amy had a blue and white striped button-down shirt and
gray pants and emily had black pants with a grayish-plaid button down
shirt over a white shirt and it looked like she had doc martens on.
well, it was an amazing show. sorry this message is so long.
take care,
chloe

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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 13:06:24 -0500
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i forgot to ask in my message about the umbc concert--i tried to bootleg
the show, but unfortuately my batteries died. does anyone have a copy of
the show. i have two bootlegs from previous concerts that i could trade or
i could send blank tapes. i also wanted to know if anyone had a booleg of
the september concert at bates college. if anyone has a copy of either of
these shows could you please e-mail me back at:
cch211@is8.nyu.edu  (address lowercase)
it would be greatly appreciated.
thanks,
chloe

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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 13:06:02 -0500
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i need help from cheryl wheeler fans---
which cds are her best? (and don't say all cuz i'm on a budget)
i want to purchase one of her cds and of course i thought i'd
ask for listee's advice first!

:)
thanks!
email me privately please

therese :)

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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 13:21:27 -0500
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subject:      thank you

to everyone at the site who helped me out and sent me good wishes for a quick
recovery;
i can't thank you enough for your support, emotionally and financially. it
has been a big part of my recovery. knowing that you all were out there
thinking of me and that you cared about my struggles enough to send cards and
letters and even money! you all are too kind. you have touched my heart and i
truly appreciate it.

                                                                          god
bless,

                                                                     michelle
malone

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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 11:25:00 -0800
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hi everyone --

a new kristen hall site's been created and i thought a few people on the
list might be interested in checking it out. this site incorporates the
contents of chris dailey's old kh page, as well as a number of new sources
and materials. we hope you enjoy it. :)


        http://home.intranet.org/kristen_hall


all the best,


martine & chris

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i want to agree with the other posts i've seen - this was absolutely the
best show i've ever seen. i've never seen them so into a show, and the
spontaneous (at least it seemed that way) stuff was incredible: going
into down by the river from cut it out; an soc or part of a song i
hadn't heard before in scooter boys,  a kind of spoken word take on the
end of  chickenman, making joking a segueway into tried to be true. plus
there were songs i hadn't heard them do in concert before, like tangled
up in blue and you and me of the 10 000 wars. and the fact that they
gave us all the extra water was really cool: i was in the second row in
front of amy packed up against the stage, and it was *hot*. i felt bad
for caroline aiken 'cause she couldn't see what had happened when the
girl fainted next to me and all of a sudden the entire front of the
audience had turned away from her to help out.
anyway, if anyone booted the show, could i *please* talk to them about a
trade?

sarah
spinsker@goucher.edu

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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 14:28:30 +0000
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hi elizabeth.  i work at tm on the phones, sorry i was not the one to
speak with you and get you such great seats :), but i am sure happy
for you.  it is rare when calling over the telephone for tickets to
get ahold of first row seats.  believe me!! *see, we ticket master
employees aren't always all bad*  lol anyway, i don't have a seating
chart of the arena, but am certainly hoping that section 2 is right
beside (left or right) section 1 - on the floor.  so, that would mean
that you are in the first row.  correct me if i'm wrong anyone,
please!!  we are in the third row which i still am greatly in shock
over, thanks to heather dragging my son and her kids to kroger to get
our tix saturday morning (while i was at work hoping and praying that
she was getting the same area of tix that i was pulling up at work at
10:00).  sorry to ramble so long guys.  see you in november.  maybe
we could get togeather and do drinks and dinner after the show -
anyone????

lori
ljusko@netexp.net


> i totally forgot to add my dayton news to my last post.  i called at 9:55
> with the hopes that their clocks were off.  no such luck, but the kind woman
> filled in all the information and kept her finger on the button until 10:00
> exactly.  she spent the intermediate time telling me about the magazine, so
> it's good they have to tell you about it, or she might have gotten in
> trouble.  anyway, i got sec 2 row 1 seats 1 and 2, which makes me think they
> kept the first part of sec 2 for phone calls, since i was probably the first
> to get through.  anyway, does anyone know where sec 2 is?  i looked at the
> ticketmaster seating chart, but it was greek to me.  thanks.  see you there!
>
> elizabeth
>
> web page: http://www.muohio.edu/~skippeec
> icq page: http://wwp.mirabilis.com/4242341
> icq#: 4242341
> ~~~
> "but you taught me how to value life
> and what else do i need
> i have a dad who watches over me"
> -k's choice, "dad"
>
> "how i long to fall just a little bit, to dance out of the
> lines and stray from the light"
> -dar williams, "iowa"
>
> "the piglet was sitting on the ground at the door of his house
> blowing happily at a dandelion, and wondering whether it would
> be this year, next year, sometime or never.  he had just
> discovered that it would be never, and was trying to remember
> what 'it' was, and hoping it wasn't anything nice, when pooh
> came up."
> -a.a. milne, "winnie-the-pooh"
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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 13:39:48 -0500
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about this "all skate, now reverse" thing- i read somewhere (online i think)
that the day of that recording session the girls had spent the morning at an
ice skating rink.  supposedly, amy couldn't get the phrase out of her head
after hearing it so much and that's how it wound up on swamp ophelia.

leigh ann
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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 15:14:45 -0500
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subject:      hi gang!

i'd like to ask everyone to look at my site - i finally got an index page
up!!!!!!!  (aren't you all proud of me???)  and one of my links has pictures
of me onstage at valdosta!!!!!  (yes, i have six pictures!!!!!  if anyone
else has valdosta pics, please email me, i'd like copies.)

also, if you're so inclined to sign the guestbook, please *dont* sign the one
on the emily page - sign only the one on the index page.  (i've lost the
password to get into the emily guestbook <sheepish grin>).

link to my page:   <a href="http://members.aol.com/ndygotiggr/index2.html">ndy
gotiggr's home page</a>

url:  http://members.aol.com/ndygotiggr/index2.html

peace, harmony and indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
  -  novitiate of suzanneglassism
    -  president, grlchasr26 fan club
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feeling began to creep all over him.  it begain at the tip of
his nose and trickled all through him and out at the soles
of his feet.  it was just as if somebody inside him were
saying, "now then, pooh, time for a little something."
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ok, this is the thrid time i have tried to do this.  maybe it will work.

i am writing a paper on the sing strange fire for a women in popular
culture class.  i think this is one of the most moving songs they have,
but i don't quite know what about it shakes me up so much.  if anyone
has any thoughts, opinions or insights about this song, i would love to
hear them.  interviews from magazines are all good for research, but
only the true fans (such as the the people who are on lists) can really
understand how deep the girls can go for some people.

thanks,
joanna

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subject:      singing with amy and emily
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hi! so me, my guitar teacher, his friend are huge indigo girls fans. my
teachers friend went to an indigo girls concert. her name is randy and she
has an amazing voice. so she was at the concert and she had front row seets.
with her she brought a sign that said, " i will do anything to sing with
you!"  so the concert goes through and amy and emily see her sign. randy
makes eye contact with emily. so the concert's over and amy and emily come
back out for an oncore. they're about to play closer to fine when emily says
on the mic to randy, "why don't you come up and sing with us." so the
security guard lifts her onto the stage and she gets introduced to the crowd
and there are 30,000 people there screaming there for her. so she sang
background vocals and got pictures and eveything. just thought i should tell
everyone. could anyone e-mail me if they were at that concert? thanks.

----alex

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 09:30:56 +1100
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hey everyone,

joanna gurstelle (jbgurste@students.wisc.edu) wrote:
>i am writing a paper on the sing strange fire for a women in popular
>culture class.  i think this is one of the most moving songs they have,
>but i don't quite know what about it shakes me up so much.  if anyone
>has any thoughts, opinions or insights about this song, i would love to
>hear them.  interviews from magazines are all good for research, but

joanna's not on the list, so if you're going to reply to
this, make sure that you send a copy of the message
directly to joanna.  ie. either send your reply both to
the list and to her personally, or send it to her via
private email (either is fine).  otherwise, she won't see
it and that would probably kind of defeat the point. :)

sherlyn
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   "allow me someday to touch you
    the way that you've all touched me.
    i thank you for your expressions;
    your music has set me free..."   - happy rhodes

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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 17:42:14 -0500
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from:         mr rodney s wicker <rucr57a@prodigy.com>
subject:      list of gay people

blake edwards is not gay.  he said in an interview in playboy
that when he was a young man, he thought he might have
gay, but he discovered he was straight and has been
comfortable with the knowledge ever since.  he's been married
twice and his marriage to julie andrews has lasted since the 1960's
and i don't think a "cover" marriage would last that long in this
day and age in show business.

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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 17:18:46 -0800
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wow...it's all about firsts for me right now...my first time writing to i don't know how many people about my first indigo show ever (hasn't happened yet)


anyway, the point being that i have an extra ticket to the chicago show on the 16th, but only one...(sorry) it's not the best seat, the 29th row or something on the floor, (eventhough we were second in line to get them right when they went on sale-i hate blockbuster!), but, if anyone is desprate, i have it...


also, this being my first show ever, (besides lilith, which was of course amazing even if i couldn't see anything) i want to make sure i get the most out of it that i can...i have no idea what im talking about, really, but since i don't want to study for my midterm tomorrow, this is a nice procrastination tactic...my apologies for the rambles...


the last thing...if anyone knows anyway that i could get tickets to the madison show, i am willing to do anything short of selling my soul...:)...no, im kidding, but if anyone could help me out, i'd greatly appreciate it...


alright, im done...peace

~melissa


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anyone know anything about the evidence that emily dickonson was gay? i've
read a lot about her and this is the first i've ever heard!

helen

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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 18:31:30 -0500
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subject:      re: umbc show

sarah wrote:
>anyway, if anyone booted the show, could i *please* talk to them about
>a trade?

sorry about the "me too"-ness of this post.....but if there is someone
out there who booted this show, i would love you forever, bow down to
kiss your feet, give you my first born child, and build a huge shrine in
your honor if i could get a copy! this was my first show, and it was so
special. the girls were amazing--they just took my breath away. and all
of the other fans that were there were sooo nice. (hey marilyn!) ig fans
make instant friends. :o) the feeling that was in that building was just
incredible. i'll never forget it.

kristina :o)

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          hold fast to that languageless connection." --emily saliers

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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 18:13:24 -0600
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sorry to send this out to everone, but i keep getting requests about the
tickets i had said i might have for sale for the chicago shows.  and sorry
to the people who inquired who i haven't responded to individually (how
rude).  i don't have any tickets for sale--my group of friends expanded
dramatically and i ended up not needing to sell any of them.  sorry!

margaret

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hi everyone!!

----------
> from: micmalone@aol.com
> to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
> subject: thank you
> date: sunday, october 26, 1997 10:21 am
>
> to everyone at the site who helped me out and sent me good wishes for a
quick
> recovery;
> i can't thank you enough for your support, emotionally and financially.
it
> has been a big part of my recovery. knowing that you all were out there
> thinking of me and that you cared about my struggles enough to send cards
and
> letters and even money! you all are too kind. you have touched my heart
and i
> truly appreciate it.
> god bless,

>
michelle
> malone

isn't this great???  just goes to show what a genuinely kind person
michelle malone is!  sherlyn and i (mostly sherlyn ;) ) are working on a
list for mm-  to be announced soon!

bfn,
rachel :)))))
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yourself run?..."    michelle malone

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of the way the will of the only way that could've brought me here today and
it's alright."  emily saliers
"...i dig a well i dig it deep and for my only love i plant a cedar
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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 18:17:56 +0000
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from:         betsy dennis <bdennis6@juno.com>
subject:      jcs/watershed videos

i have been trying to get a copy of the watershed video since it was
mentioned during the appearance on the view.  no one here seems to have
it, nor do they have the ability to order it.

i have a copy of the jcs video that i have only watched once, would
anyone be willing to trade for a copy of watershed?

thanks,


betsy

"what i won't give......
to have the things that mean the most
not to mean the things i miss --emily saliers

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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 21:08:52 -0500
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from:         lisa dupre <memememi@aol.com>
subject:      yet another ig photo web site!

hi!

looks like tigger and i had very similar days today.  =)   computer days!

i too have updated my web site.  i added 20 more photos, and updated my boot
list.  the photos added are from the recent shows in valdosta ga, pelham al,
blacksburg va, and boone nc.  i also added some more photos from ig's
performance at the benefit for michelle malone at eddie's attic a few weeks
ago.

if you want to check them out, here's the beginning web address, and you can
link to the various pages from it =)
  http://members.aol.com/memememi/indigogirls.html

=)
lisa

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subject:      umbc show

i thought this would be a good chance to post to the list...

so as i sit here i am both in pain and in awe after the show at umbc.  i have
some nice scratches, a huge bruise on my chin, and a bruise on my knee.  i am
the unfortunate (and embarassed) fainter.  i was so excited for this show
after their amazing performance a udel the night before.  my friend sasha and
i waited in line from 2:00 in the cold.  so anyway i am enjoying caroline
aiken, all the way up in the front, when i get dizzy and well faint.  i don't
really remember, but i was soo scared when i woke up with all these people
around me. (thanks to anyone who helped : ).  so the emt's set me up on
oxygen and by this time i feel perfectly fine.  i was not letting this ruin
my ig experience.  so the emt's decided that i should not go back up to the
very front but to watch from the bleachers, sadly i complied.  so anyways i
did enjoy the show, but i wish i was up front.  i was so suprised when i
heard amy dedicate virginia wolf to me that i just sat in shock, it definitly
made my night much better, i was on the verge of tears because i knew that my
friend sasha had set that up...she is awesome.  so i am definitly excited
with last night's concert, but my chin hurts :(

just felt i should explain,
anya

p.s. sasha i owe you!!

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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 21:26:53 -0500
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hi folks,
mel has asked me to inform the list that her e-mail has gone south for
some reason and she is temporarily incommunicado e-mail wise at least.
if anyone has anything of an urgent nature you can send it to me and
i'll get it to her via ohio bell & bellsouth land line :)

thanks.
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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 21:47:01 -0500
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from:         "cheri l. carter" <ccigfan@aol.com>
subject:      lift update/reminder

hey people!

here's the latest for you boston lift fans.  the original tentative info.
posted has changed (surprise, surprise)!  the following info. is still
tentative.  (hopefully) lift will be appearing on thursday, november 6 at
johnny d's in boston.  don't have a time yet.  call the place!  if i find out
for sure i'll let you know!

reminder
please go to brownies at 8:00pm in nyc on tuesday, november 4 to support
these guys!

how can you possibly resist such talented, amazing, (not to mention
delectable - god they're gonna kill me ;o) ) women shaking their booties!
you go girls! (and boy)!  seriously, they need your support!  thanks!!!!!!!!
cheri

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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 22:41:35 -0500
reply-to:     marivel danielson <marivel@umich.edu>
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subject:      umbc (longest post in history??)

hey all!

well i just got back to my computer for the first time since this saturday's
concert, and even though the posts for this show have all been very thorough, i
just have to add a little (ha!) of my own experience cause i went through hell
to get there, the least i can do is get a decent post out of it, right?  well so
i don't know if we ever got an official setlist, but here it is (in correct
order)...

1. galileo
2. shame on you
3. tangled up in blue
4. cut it out
5. down by the river
6. get out the map
7. shed your skin
8. you and me of the 10,000 wars
9. reunion
10. least complicated
11. scooter boys
12. winthrop
13. romeo & juliet
14. power of two
15. chickenman
16. virginia woolf
====================
1. can't find my way
2. joking
3. tried to be true
4. closer to fine

this is very acurate because i had two sources to consult: amy's setlist and the
boot i taped.  yes there is a boot.  it's pretty bad.  there are tiny cutouts in
5 of the songs and the closer to fine cutout is actually most of the song.  i
think i got only the first and maybe second verse...nothing of caroline's solo.
and it was taped up on the bleachers and it has all of the traditional offbeat
clapping and earpiercing screeches, in addition to a somewhat faraway sound.
not loud at all.  i taped some of the soundcheck through 2 sets of double doors
and parts came out clearer than inside.  what is up with that?  and i'm going to
be at several more concerts this next week so i was wondering if anyone can give
me some advice on booting from really close up.  i'm not giving up a front row
spot just to get a better boot, so it's just going to have to come out however
boots sound from that close to the speakers, but is there anything i can do to
kind of muffle the sound a bit so it doesn't have that buzzing thing when the
volume goes way beyond anything the taperecorder can possibly handle?  thanks.
oh and for those interested in the boot (i'd say it's probably worth it for
those who were there, but if you're not sentimentally attached to this date then
you probably won't need to break your necks to get this one.  but anyway, for
those who do want it, write me in a week or so, because i have a paper to plan
and 4 more shows to see this weekend, not to mention all the sleep that i've
missed the past few days.  so by then i should be breathing a little better and
will try to get copies to those who want them (unless someone finds a better
boot hiding out there somewhere...)

and about the setlist, someone said that it had winthrop listed as "piano" but
i'm sure this was just because they leave these slots open for spontaneous
choices.  and i think this was the case with amy's next space which was just
labeled "???".  like i think that emily knew it was going to be a solo piano
song, but she has lots to choose from (eiiot(does she do this solo?), leeds,
winthrop...), and with amy's question marks, her guitar was the only one listed
so she was obviously planning on doing a solo (chiapas bound, nueva senorita, r
& j).  so i think rather than just plan everything to death they just leave some
things open.

okay so that's what they played.  yes it was very hot.  yes we were very loud.
what else can i say?  well first of all i just have to echo that sentiment that
somebody made about those blonde girls who conveniently found another entrance
which allowed them to get in 30 seconds before the rest of us.  now i must tell
you that i pretty much killed myself to get to this show.  in total this weekend
i spent 10 hours on buses, nearly 20 hours driving in a car, and more than 12
hours outside in some pretty chilly weather waiting in line (i was the very
first person there--which was a great feeling at 7pm when the doors opened, but
for most of the morning it just felt damn stupid).  now if you count that up,
there aren't that many hours left in the weekend, but most of that was spent
having the time of my life in the front row pretty much dead center (though i
continued without much luck to shove towards amy).  but about those girls, i was
ready to murder by the time i got in and saw them in the very spots i had been
thinking about for 12 shivering cold hours, so i politely asked them where they
came in and they guiltily told me they had had "connections".  so i let them
know that i had been there since 7 in the morning and then stood my ground a
little bit to the left of where i would have liked to have been ideally.  but i
certainly have nothing to complain about so i won't.

i had several signs (none of which was a request to sing with them) and they all
seemed to work quite well, but really only with amy.  emily apparently saw some
of them though cause i'm positive she played winthrop because of one of my
signs, but she doesn't make a lot of eye contact so i was never sure if she was
reading them until she played that song.  now amy on the other hand read every
single sign and never failed to shoot a smile my way when she noticed a new one.
when i held up my romeo and juliet sign she nodded at me, and then i held up a
sign that said:

        sangre y fuego
(i know you don't play it anymore,
but it can't hurt to ask, right???)

this is "blood and fire" for those non-spanish speakers, and amy understood it
right away without any help from me.  and she again looked at me and smiled and
very apologetically told me that she didn't remember it.  she seemed genuinely
sorry, and i ended up yelling back: "it's okay! really!"  now that was a wierd
moment.  me reassuring amy.  worlds are twisting as we speak... but they seemed
so sweet and anxious to please.  they were so apologetic when they said they
weren't going to have anyone up to sing with them.  could it have anything to do
with the venue and they're rules?  it really seemed like they were saying it was
totally beyond their control.

okay, and then amy spoke (well really shouted is the more appropriate word) to
me about the sign i made asking her to play me one of her new songs.  the sign
was in spanish and i've been making them on purpose trying to figure out exactly
how much spanish she understands, and it seems that her knowledge right now is
limited.  she looked at the sign a bunch of times and finally in between songs
walked toward me and asked me what it meant.  i don't know if she heard what i
yelled back (i'm not a great yeller), but she nodded as though she got it.  but
she never played the "nueva senorita" song.  but since i requested a million
songs (and 99% of them were amy songs) i shouldn't be disappointed that i didn't
hear all of them.

and then the best part.  well not the best...because there were at least a dozen
best parts...was when amy (not sully...amy herself!!!) bent down as they were
leaving the stage before the encore, and pulled her very own setlist from the
floor and walked right up to the edge of the stage and handed it to me.
unbelievable.

it's also unbelievable that this post is as long as it is.  i'm sorry for those
of you on digest that don't care about umbc and have to spend 30 seconds of your
life scrolling.  i don't do this often!!!  and of course i'll thank those of you
who made it all the way to the end of this little novella cause i always like it
when people thank me.   i hope everyone's weekend went as well as mine.  oh and
did anyone stick around to see the girls leave?  i left after the guy told us to
wait across the street.  did anyone get a chance to get an autograph or say hi?

okay, this is really it.  thanks for sticking with me...

marivel

   sofi:  i have to talk to amy.
   kris:  yeah...maybe you should wait 'til that girl gets off her face.

   ******

   kris:  i like your hair...it makes me want to play tennis.

   "inn trouble" (cristina rey, director) 1996

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my husband and i have been fans of emily and amy for a long time,in fact
the love of their music help bring us together.a few months ago we had a
baby girl,ryann(as in ryan).she loves to listen to the girls music.it
calms her down.her daddy plays their music on the guitar for her a lot.
we almost named her emily.i think the name would have fit her.  if we have
another little girl, we are considering calling her emily ray pyles.  i
guess you are never too young to be an indigo fan.
well, that is a little about us
bye

j&t

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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 23:44:03 est
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subject:      umbc & delaware

hey all.
just had to say that delaware was my 1st show....
which was great (except for some of the crowd...but i won't complain)...
but umbc (my 2nd show) was incredible!
i was off to amy side on the floor & i just can't
explain the energy between the girls & the crowd.
i'm still flyin' & hope you're feelin' better anya.(so cool to get a
dedication)
afterward my friend & i stuck our heads in this door &
i'm so positive i saw the girls in there talkin' w/
people but this lady told us to leave. :(
oh well....the best weekend ever.
bye all.
jami

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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 23:47:14 -0500
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i've been reading all the posts that people have sent about concerts and
stuff, and it seems like emily has been singing the song "winthrop" more
and more instead of leeds? i just think that's kinda cool...it's a
beautiful song. i'd never heard it before until i went to the concert at
vsu last weekend. anyways...what's the deal with amy's new song? has anyone
been at a concert where she's played it? just wondering :-)

                                                -heather

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hey anya!
        i think it's so cool that you got a dedication!! i know it must
have been crappy to faint and stuff, but luckily you got to hear the
concert!! maybe i'll try fainting at the next concert and see if i get a
dedication! just kidding. hope you feel better!
                                                -heather

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right from the source:  ms. aiken once told me that she sang the lowest part.

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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 22:22:51 -0800
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my review will be short and mixed...i'm sure others will
pipe in with more substantive accounts.

the crowd was mostly respectful during caroline's set, which
was good to see.  i did ask one person to be quiet as i couldnt
hear her over him, but otehr than that, and a slightly muddy
sound mix, i thought caroline turned in a fine set!

ig came on around 9:30 and turned in a rockin' fine performance.
i didnt see any brooken strings, but i could have been too far
back.  they playe d agood mix of songs, taking from almost all
albums (except strange fire).  it was as high energy a performance
as i have seen in a long time.  my favrite was chickenman.

the bad side was thanks tothe asshole who stole the $35 shirt
i had bought.  it was under my seat, under my jacket, but
after the show, the shirt was gone.  it was all i coudl do, really,
to afford that one shirt, and some f*(&head stole it.  i
ha dbeen looking forward to wearing my nice long sleeve thermal
shirt, but i wont get that chance.  words to the wise...ig
fans dont collectively have the integrity we might hope for..
beware of your possession and new purchases.

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did anyone boot the udel show. i'd love to get a copy if anyone did? it was
a great show wasn't it!!!!!


michelle

amy singing r&j was the highlight of my evening. i've always wanted to hear
it live!! it was great

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wow!

   just got home from a great show!!!

   great jams on scooter boys, cut it out, chickenman!

   incredible live tangled up in blue, with long harmonica jam!

   the audience was really into it and the girls were really into it.

   they played most of sots and several others, including love will come
to you, watershed, kid fears...  but i'll let the lucky lady who got the
set list post it.

   thanx so much to heather (the dancing machine!) for getting the great
seats!

wow!

chris
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okay...

so in high school, my two best friends always used to sing around me (just
because they had great voices and new it), and they prefered to sing ig just
because the harmonies are so tight.  i have a disgustingly deep voice that's
rather unruly so i just listened in awe.  however, whenever kid fears came
into the background, they always used to look at me funny and try to guilt
me into singing michael stipe's part.  i naturally refused.

tonite i was at lowell, chillin to my  indigo girls jamm to galileo, knowing
this would be the last song and then the encore, when all of a sudden, they
start playing kid fears.  i loved every minute of it. and to make myself
happy, and to relive old memories, i got all prepared to sing the lower
part.  when i opened my mouth to wail, i heard the voices of the several
hundred other fans in the audience singing the part back to amy & emily.  it
was the greatest feeling alive.

just wanted to share my happiness.

-alanna

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all with hope,
all with hope that emptiness brings fullness,
and loss of love brings wholeness.

-ar

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date:         sun, 26 oct 1997 17:30:37 -0700
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   i jst found out that daneille howle has another cd out besides "live
at the mckissick". could some kind soul tell me how to get a hold of it.
i can't find it in any record store here.
thanks,
ben

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at 05:30 pm 10/26/97 -0700, you wrote:
>   i jst found out that daneille howle has another cd out besides "live
>at the mckissick". could some kind soul tell me how to get a hold of it.
>i can't find it in any record store here.
>thanks,
>ben
>

        no prob.  danielle (who rocks!! go buy her music now now now!!
everyone!!!!) and her band the tantrums have a page at:
http://members.aol.com/sctantrums/index.htm

and when you click into discography, there is info on ordering any of her
full-length stuff or her singles.  outstanding tunes.

ps she has a new album out now!!! whooo hooo!!!

go to amy's daemon pages for ordering!
http://monsterbit.com/daemon/

tracy - checking her account... $12?  no prob... i think...

jeeeniiiii... do you have 12 bucks????
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so i'm up til this ridiculous hour trying to figure out my schedule for
my very last semester in college (familes and social policy, a midi music
class, and fridays off and mondays with no class til 7:30 pm (i.e. very
long weekends if i can jam my work schedule into my t, w, th also which i
think i can) or sexual minorities and human development, the midi class,
but class on mon and fri at 10am or families and social policy, and a
class called music and queer identity (no midi class, scratch the sexual
minorities class (the 200 level version of which was very good) but back
to the awesome weekends and hey, how can you pass up a title like that?)

so i'm getting really frustrated cause i can't make up my mind about
scheduling and what just happens?  my michelle malone - devil moon cd
just died on me!!!  if you'll recall, a short while ago, i offered up my
1st copy of beneath the devil moon because it had a slight glitch in
track 2 so when i came across another copy used, i bought it and traded
away my old one.  now, for a week or two there was absolutely nothing
wrong with this second, used copy.  then the other day, in my discman, it
started doing some whacky things (curiously enough, in nearly the same
location of track 2 where the glitch in my first copy was.)  however, my
discman is rather old (i got it second hand from my brother) and had been
acting up quite a bit lately.  so i was relieved to find that the cd
still played perfectly in my stereo at home.  until today that is. the
discman has since bit the dust completely as of last night and now the cd
is even more screwed up than it was in the discman a few days ago.
playing in my stereo (which is quite new) track 2 now gets to about 3:42
and then flips out.  sometimes it just gets stuck there, sometimes it
jumps back about 20 seconds plays to that point again andg gets stuck or
jumps back again.  i tried to ff through that part but it keeps going
3:42, :43, 3:17, :18, :19... 3:41, :42, 3:38, :39, :40 :41 :42, 3:27, :28...

ok, so actually, i discovered this problem a few hours ago.  i got pissed
for a while but then just accepted the fact that until i buy a 3rd copy of
devil moon, i'll have to skip "in the weeds"  so just now, as i'm doing
this scheduling stuff, i'm listening to the album again, it gets to that
part of in the weeds which is screwed up, i hit track forward and would you
believe, now track 3 won't play!!! at all!!!  and if you don't skip real
fast to track 4 it'll pop you back into the middle of track 2 again!!!!
argh!!!!!!!

so as i said nigc whatsoever, just bitching.  my discman dead last night,
my second copy of one of my favorite cds gone nuts and my mother called
this evening and told me our cat has been missing for over a week and is
presumed dead!!!  (i really wasn't that attached to the cat, he was old,
i was allergic to him but still...)

my apologies for the wasted bandwidth. it's not my usual style but it's
5am and there was no place else to whine at this hour.  thanks for
listening y'all.

                   -colleen

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  jerry was the kind of guy you love to hate.  he was always in a good mood
  and always had something positive to say.  when someone would ask him how
  he was doing, he would reply, "if i were any better,  i would be twins!"
  he was a unique manager because he had several waiters who had followed
  him around from restaurant to restaurant. the reason the waiters followed
  jerry was because of his attitude. he was a natural motivator. if an
  employee was having a bad day, jerry was there telling the employee how to
  look on the positive side of the situation.

  seeing this style really made me curious, so one day i went up to jerry
  and asked him, "i don't get it! you can't be a positive person all of the
  time. how do you do it?"

  jerry replied, "each morning i wake up and say to myself, jerry, you have
  two choices today.  you can choose to be in a good mood or you can choose
  to be in a bad mood.'  i choose to be in a good mood. each time something
  bad happens, i can choose to be a victim or i can choose to learn from
  it. i choose to learn from it.  every time someone comes to me
  complaining, i can choose to accept their complaining or i can point out
  the positive side of life. i choose the positive side of life."

  "yeah, right, it's not that easy," i protested.

  "yes it is," jerry said. "life is all about choices. when you cut away
  all the junk, every situation is a choice.  you choose how you react to
  situations.   you choose how people will affect your mood. you choose to
  be in a good mood or bad mood. the bottom line:  it's your choice how you
  live life."

  i reflected on what jerry said.  soon thereafter, i left the restaurant
  industry to start my own business. we lost touch, but often thought about
  him when i made a choice about life instead of reacting to it.

  several years later,  i heard that jerry did something you are never
  supposed to do in a restaurant business:  he left the back door open one
  morning and was held up at gunpoint by three armed robbers.  while trying
  to open the safe, his hand, shaking from nervousness,  slipped off the
  combination. the robbers panicked and shot him.

  luckily, jerry was found relatively quickly and rushed to the local
  trauma center. after 18 hours of surgery and weeks of intensive care,
  jerry was released from the hospital with fragments of the bullets still
  in his body. i saw jerry about six months after the accident. when i
  asked him how he was, he replied,  "if i were any better, i'd be twins.
  wanna see my scars?"

  i declined to see his wounds, but did ask him what had gone through his
  mind as the robbery took place. "the first thing that went through my
  mind was that i should have locked the back door," jerry replied.  "then,
  as i lay on the floor, i remembered that i had two choices:  i could
  choose to live, or i could choose to die. i chose to live.

  "weren't you scared?  did you lose consciousness?" i asked.  jerry
  continued,  "the paramedics were great.  they kept telling me i was going
  to be fine. but when they wheeled me into the emergency room and i saw the
  expressions on the faces of the doctors and nurses, i got really scared.
  i read, 'he's a dead man.

  " i knew i needed to take action."

  "what did you do?" i asked.

  "well, there was a big, burly nurse shouting questions at me," said
  jerry. "she asked if i was allergic to anything. 'yes,' i replied. the
  doctors and nurses stopped working as they waited for my reply. i took a
  deep breath and yelled, 'bullets!'   over their laughter, i told them, 'i
  am choosing to live.  operate on me as if i am alive, not dead."

  jerry lived thanks to the skill of his doctors, but  also because of his
  amazing attitude. i learned from him that every day we have the choice to
  live fully.  attitude, after all, is everything.

  you have 2 choices now:

  1. save and delete this mail from your mail box.
  2. forward it your dear ones (exclude me for this) and choose

  hope, you will choose choice 2.

  it does make a difference, doesn't it?


"we do not inherit the earth from our ancestors,
we borrow it from our children...."

(chief joseph)

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 07:10:28 -0500
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from:         "mary e. zarek" <maryz220@aol.com>
subject:      indigo@lowell i was front row!!!!!!!!

i have never ever posted before, but i think it is about time.......i went to
see indigo at lowell last night and it rocked!!!!  at the end emily threw me
and my friend jane her pick and we caught it!!!!!!!!  they really seamed to
be enjoying them selves...smiles the whole time!!!!!!  i through my poster on
stage and they smiled...does anyone think they really got it???  i saw some
man take it back to like where the drums were......
~peace~
mary ellyn

water shed and love will come to you were sooooooo  beautiful.....when they
played shame on you and get out the map the crowd freaked!!!!!!!!

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 07:55:32 -0500
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florida marlins!!!
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
* to win back my youth, there is nothing *
* i wouldn't do--except take exercise,   *
* get up early or be a useful member of  *
* the community. oscar wilde             *
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 07:36:18 -0600
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from:         "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
subject:      neeeeeed two chicago tix!

hi y'all!

this is my third plea for two chicago tix for
the first show on sunday.  i have two very
good friends who are ig concert virgins.
one of them wants to buy the tix for the other's
b-day.  it would be a very special surprise!

does anyone have two extra tix?  i'd be
willing to pay more than what they're worth, if
need be.  i got some responses from a few
people about tix last week, but i guess those
tix are already sold.  can someone
please help me out?

lisa

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 10:19:32 est
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from:         krista boisclair <boisclairkm@merrimack.edu>
subject:      lowell show!

hi everyone!
        i just wanted to say a little bit about the lowell show... of course
it was amazing! they played some songs that i had been wanting to hear like
watershed and three hits.  we held up a sign that said, "you touch our hearts
and rock our souls, can we sing with y'all?"  they didn't call anyone up on
stage but at one point amy read our sign and pointed at with the most
adorable smile!  i had mixed feelings about the audience because they were
cool during the fast songs but as soon as a semi-slow song came people
immediately sat down...i even got told by one of the security guards to sit
down...regardless it was an incredible night.  i also got to meet some
people from the list before the show, so hi to everyone!  if anyone booted
this show could you please email me at:  boisclairkm@merrimack.edu
maybe we could trade something!  thanks y'all!
               - post concert depression setting in :(
                           krista

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 10:01:56 -0500
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subject:      umbc, and the kindness of people...
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well, beings that i only have email at work, this is a little late, but,
i'll post anyways.  :)

besides the fact that the umbc concert was probably the best i've ever
seen (and that only had 98% to do with the fact that i was so close to
emily), the people outside in line were perhaps the most friendly i've
ever seen too.  i think this really says a lot about the
trust-worthiness of fans, and the connections that everyone feels to
everyone else; complete strangers in line that we share our pizza,
doughnuts, blankets, cards, lollipops, and stories with.  it really
makes for a better concert experience when you meet (and re-meet) people
in line.  everyone was just so rad.  it was nice.

and, even though my nice brand newish high tech camera decided to just
stop working after 3 songs (was there a curse on the place or what?),
late sunday afternoon it was reborn and decided that it would work
again.  so, hopefully i'll have 3 nice pictures of amy and emily to scan
and put somewhere for ya'll.... who knows.

i was happy emily played winthrop; i think i yelled it out with the last
of my voice to have her play it, and i guess it worked.  :)  yay.  to
anya, sorry to hear that you had to go to the back!  ug.  but, hey, you
were recognized by amy; it had to make it all better...

and, how great was it that the frontish rows got water constantly!  ah,
it was so nice.  :)
renee

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 09:19:48 -0600
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from:         dan perkins <dan@tcdrs.org>
subject:      re: song id (was re: mwc show-long)
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on wed, 22 oct 1997, stephanie merhar <slm4b@server1.mail.virginia.edu>
wrote:

>"...carolina, daughter of a miner, and her
> ways were free, it seemed to me, the sunshine..."
on wed, 22 oct 1997, stephanie merhar <slm4b@server1.mail.virginia.edu>
wrote:

>"...carolina, daughter of a miner, and her
> ways were free, it seemed to me, the sunshine..."


this song is tecumsah valley, by the late great singer/songwriter townes
van zandt. nancy griffith does a good version on
"other voices, other rooms". one of my all time favorite songs.

"the name she gave, was caroline.
daughter of a miner.
her ways were free and it
seemed to me, the sunshine
walked besider her."

really great song.

peace,

dan perkins
austin, texas

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 10:45:19 -0500
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question one:  i was at umbc and i've never heard winthrop before.  whose
song is it?  when was it written?  why is she playing it (if it's not her
song) lately?  any help appreciated, because i was so close to the front,
that i really missed a lot of the lyrics.  thanks.

question two:  what is sulli's last name?  does she spell her name with an
"i" as i often see it, or a "y".  thanks in advance.

vicki

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 11:01:03 -0400
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from:         "joan m. cyr" <jcyr@mit.edu>
subject:      re: ig at lowell - bad seeds
x-to:         "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
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at 2:22 am -0400 10/27/97, amy j. putnam wrote:

>the bad side was thanks tothe asshole who stole the $35 shirt
>i had bought.  it was under my seat, under my jacket, but
>after the show, the shirt was gone.....

what is up with some people these days????!!!!  i know how frustrated you
feel amy....that totally sucks.  but know that for every bad seed out
there, there are just as many kind hearts, as evidenced by my recent cd
loss and instant  replacement.... :o)

so, i say we have a telethon to replace amy's shirt...maybe we could get ed
mcmahon to host the show and do the tympannies...

"ok, looks like we have 5 dollar pledge from those crazy pacific
northwesters....you guys are too much....ok, lets go to the tote
board....(drum roll....) $27.50!  cool!  every cent counts...keep those
pledges a-coming!"

;o)  ;o)  ;o)  ;o)

joni  :o)
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
i found out why cats drink out of the toilet.  my mother told me it's
because it's cold in there.  and i'm like: how did my mother know that?
                - wendy liebman
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

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subject:      re: 2 questions
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on mon, 27 oct 1997, kelly liller wrote:

> question one:  i was at umbc and i've never heard winthrop before.  whose
> song is it?  when was it written?  why is she playing it (if it's not her
> song) lately?  any help appreciated, because i was so close to the front,
> that i really missed a lot of the lyrics.  thanks.
>
> question two:  what is sulli's last name?  does she spell her name with an
> "i" as i often see it, or a "y".  thanks in advance.
>
> vicki
>

answer 1: winthrop is an es original hopefully to be found on the
upcoming acoustic album

answer 2: i believe sulli is a nickname taken from the last name
sullivan.  her first name - lisa maybe?  i'm not positive about that.

                   -colleen

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 11:25:03 -0500
reply-to:     indigo <hull2106@fredonia.edu>
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if anyone out there wants to go to the geneseo show on november 2nd let
me know, i have one lonly ticket that needs to be sold.  i promise to have
it to you by saturday!  it's only 15 dollars:)  :)  :)  how can you
refuse???  please let me know if you are interested...

kate
hull2106@fredonia.edu

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 16:51:55 +0000
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from:         john bond <bonj1_95@worc.ac.uk>
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subject:      this is probably nigc

i went to see the new ewan macgregor movie "a life less ordinary",
and some of the movie is set in heaven (don't ask me why - just go
and see the movie ---- it's excellent!!!!), and they show it as sort
of a all - white police station.....

anyway, i was wondering if, when i eventually get to heaven (or
wherever), it's actually going to be a shade of blue - perhaps
indigo?? ;-)

john.

"we do not inherit the earth from our ancestors,
we borrow it from our children...."

(chief joseph)

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 12:19:05 -0500
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from:         kim bestland <kdb3423@aol.com>
subject:      boots and pics???

hi all,
just curious as to how you guys get cameras and recorders into some of the
concerts, i mean for example, the tampa concert had security there checking
everyone with metal detectors that were so sensitive that even the foil on my
friend's cigarrette pack went off!

thanks in advance,
kim

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 12:17:41 -0500
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subject:      re: "i thought i was a child"...

hi guys:

i'm new to the list.

i couldn't let this question go by  :-)

the song is from jackson browne's album "for everyman" (1973)

jackson browne has done many concert benefits with the girls.  as a matter of
fact, being sooo into jackson's music brought me to my love for the girls.
jackson did "back up harmony" on galileo.

check it out...(imho) these artists all share the same soul  :-)

                                                                  helene

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 12:40:02 -0500
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hey everyone,

sorry for the waste of space, but i have a friend heading to atlanta in 2
days and was wondering if anyone could email me (quick) w/ hotspots,
restaurants, etc. that she should check out.  i appreciate any info that
you can provide.

thanks!

cheryl t.
cheryl@discover-net.net

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 12:46:15 -0500
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subject:      stuff 4 sale at shows

can anyone who's been to these recent shows tell me what kinda stuff they're
selling .... i heard about a thermal long sleeve shirt or something .... and
new bumper stickers .... any new shirts ???

chris

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hey kiddies

it was a good show.  a good show.  i think they saw me dancing (4th row
emily) but that's just my need for love talkin'.  but there ain't no set
list out there yet--jenny korn!!  do your duty girlie.

caroline aiken was good in a real familiar folk style way--she kinda
reminded me of carole king, but a lot better.  but did she start early or
something?  i was one of those obnoxious people during her set because there
were so many people i knew there...  i'm sorry.  i really got into her last
few songs tho.  she's easy on the ears.  i'd like to hear more!  e said
she'd known them since they were "sixteen years old with a driver's license"
and "degenerates in a back alley" or something to that effect.  they looked
happy to share the stage with her--a lot of love up there.

i can't remember any kind of order--i know they did three hits, kid fears (e
and a had these looks of wonder on their faces listening to us sing--even if
it was kind of soft, and they said several times we listened really well),
sb, soy, ia, watershed (which no one around me wanted to dance to--argh!),
get out the map--whoever started that orange juice thread, that song had me
craving  juice.  all i could think about for the rest of the show (naw, not
really).  um, love will come to you, some old stuff.  eek!  chickenman.
tangled up in blue.  ubiquitous ctf and galileo, bien sur.  three hits with
some *good* drums by jerry--he was in fine form last night.

cut it out was *the* best performance i have ever seen.  amy wailed--she was
beating on that well-loved black guitar so hard i thought she'd fall down in
pain.  and my! she had a look on her face like she was crawling thru hell.
never seen her or anyone for that matter get so worked up for so long.  she
slammed then was doing hip movements and moaning her "hey my my rockstar"
lines and hurting every second of it.  it was--wow.  and e was just jamming
along next to her cool as a cucumber but supportive just standing there.  my
mouth had about hit the floor.  talk about catharsis.  i think i was spent
for the rest of the show.

then e segues with hardly a beat into "love will come to you" and hell if
that didn't illustrate the differences between the girls.  that sweet
clear--dolce--voice of hers' and so soothing--i think as the song progressed
a really calmed down and her voice just returned to loveliness with "wishing
i'm fine..even though i'm not this time".

what were those hand gestures she had going all night?  she started on soy
and kept at it all night as if to emphasize certain lines.

chickenman was really well done--i think amy's really perfected the note
sequence (sorry if that isn't a technical term) for the opening lines--esp.
"defending".  wow--i love what she does to those three syllables.  no soc
this time but emily really jammed on that one--and dave ellison was wicked
on the harmonica--i think he went on so long amy was like "enough!" and
launched into her verse about mr. buzzard to turn him off.  :)

no broken strings that i could see.

and who cares what the girls wore when you've got the lovely sara lee--i
think amy introduced her as "incomparable" and said something about her
fashion sense.  she had her great woods outfit on--green turtleneck and
plaid pants but these rocking fuschia (fake) alligator skin shoes with
clunky heels.  i called her a goddess and she laughed at me.

a crowd of us listers hung out after the show to see if we could get
autographs.  nice to meet lisa and her cutey little son--who went wandering
over to sara lee all on his own.  :)  e took off before any of us knew it in
the back of a black sedan--didn't even wave or nothing but after waiting
around forevah amy came out, waved, said she had a long ride and she was
tired and headed in the bus.  but get this--she had yellow sweatpants
on--and was just the cutest little slumber party kid--was that a notre dame
sweatshirt?  what a snugglebunny.  someone gave a security guard a lovely
bunch of coconuts--er roses---which got back there and we were very tempted
to pass him "just a schmeer", our baigl bootleg of ig cover songs.  wonder
if they would have listened?  ;)  should i try this at new haven?  liz?
bueller?  blackmail!  we were all just standing around jerry marotta, who
was signing autographs.

anyhoo, it was good finally meeting roobear laura, and also krista and
caitlyn, chris and girlfriend linda (sorry if i stepped all over y'all!  i
get carried away when i'm dancing), dennis' friend amanda (is she on the
list?), adam payne, and seeing all the deevine baigls.  how come you lurkers
didn't say "hi y'all"?

alright, i've prolly po-ed people off but that's just who i am.  i'm workin'
on those ani boots, it's going to take me a while to sift through the responses.

back to my usual decorum.

luv
h

ps--any kind of new haven listmeet?  fran egan and i are in third row if
anyone wants to say hi.
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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 13:09:43 -0400
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look for a book by lilian faderman--can't remember the title---it had a
bunch of literary lesbians.  odd girls and twilight lovers could be the
title...
jill

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on mon, 27 oct 1997, helen albans wrote:

> anyone know anything about the evidence that emily dickonson was gay? i've
> read a lot about her and this is the first i've ever heard!
>
> helen
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i have a few questions about these two videos that maybe some kind soul
could answer for me.

jcs--do they perform the whole musical or only parts of it?  is there
scenery or anything?  i've seen the musical, but if someone could tell
me a little about this version, that would be cool.

wathershed--i don't know much at all about this video.  could someone
tell me what's on it?  i'm assuming it's a concert?

also, how long are these videos?

wow.  that's a lot of questions! ;)

thanks,
sharon

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amy cason wrote:

> has anyone seen the movie "fire"?  i was thinking of seeing it this
> weekend and i wondered what y'all think about it.

yes, i have seen it thrice, and the last time was a couple of nights ago
with my mother.

well, i loved the movie. the more i think about it the more i like it.
its about the plight of two indian women married to two brothers in a
joint family. they both in their own ways are suffocated by the
chauvinistic demands of married life, and grow to look to each other for
comfort and warmth. (this is all heavily abridged.. i could write
volumes about this). i have read some interviews with the director
(deepa mehta) and she often comments that the movie is not a "lesbian
movie", but about the choices that one has to make in life that may
alienate you.

the indian film industry which is supposed to be the largest in the
world comes out with a lot of commercial *crap* every year. but every
once in a while you get a gem of a movie that just rises above the chaf.
this movie is one of the three or four such gems that i have seen in my
life.

ok - i'm rambling now.. but the point is: go see it!

i'd love to discuss this movie in further detail if more of you have
seen it.

omi

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> to whoever sent the "things to say if you meet the indigo girls" post:
>
> ask amy if she's talked to sejarez lately!

by the way, who is sejarez?  is it like a greek god or something, or is it just a made up name?

sharon

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if anyone out there is going to a show in the near future and they are,
indeed, selling bumper stickers, would you be willing to scoop a couple for
me and a friend who went to a show where they definitely were *not* selling
bumper stickers?

cheers,

robin

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hey faye its kristin! i finally got on the list. i also got your
shirt...thank-you soooo much.  i should have a surprise coming for you
shortly :)  i also went to the lowell show yesterday and it was a blast!
jenny and i saw deb there and some other girls from bates. i touched
emily's hand as she was driving away in the limo. amy went straight on the
bus though...but she waved to us!! (in her cute sweatpants and glasses).
anyway sully gave us all (the five of us) two pics each. she rocks!! i
will talk to you soon i hope!


on fri, 24 oct 1997, faye memolo wrote:

> in the picture of amy with her arm around my shoulder (and mine around
> her waist although you can't see it -- ha, ha), she is a head taller than
> i.  and i am 5'3" (i used to smoke).
>
> so figure out how tall her head is and you've got it.
>
> remember that, sus?  that was amy's and my night -- the night after you
> neglected her in amherst!
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hey guys,
thanks for the responses, i loved the one about hiding them in call phone
covers and detachable radio boxes, one more question...

i'm going to the fox on the 26th, does anyone know how good the security is
there?  you think it would be hard to sneak a camera in there????

thanks,
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hi folks--

on sun, 26 oct 1997, christine allen wrote:

(michelle malone thank-you note deleted)

>
> isn't this great???  just goes to show what a genuinely kind person
                                                ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
> michelle malone is!  sherlyn and i (mostly sherlyn ;) ) are working on a
> list for mm-  to be announced soon!
>
> bfn,
> rachel :)))))

further evidence of this: i sent mm a get-well card on my own a few days
before alison set up the list collection.  last week i, happily anonymous
generic fan, received a hand-written note from michelle thanking me for
the card and my support and encouragement.  i still can't believe it.

lucy
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hey kim,
        i was at the tampa concert too....with no such camera luck either :-(
most of the time i think you have to sneak them in. some shows it's okay to
have cameras and stuff. i just went to the vsu concert last weekend and
they let us bring cameras and stuff. i guess it just depends on where the
concert is being held. :-)  :-)

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>hey everyone,
>
>sorry for the waste of space, but i have a friend heading to atlanta in 2
>days and was wondering if anyone could email me (quick) w/ hotspots,
>restaurants, etc. that she should check out.  i appreciate any info that
>you can provide.
>
>thanks!
>
hey there,
        the flying biscuit is a definate must-stop place!!!! that's the
restaraunt that emily owns!! you should check it out!
                                                        -heather

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i just got the biggest surprise of my life.  my wife sent me to get food
at wendy's and when i returned she had purchased tickets to the indigo
concert in dayton!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  she got us row h seats
15 and 16.  these sound like good seats to me.  does anyone know where
they are?  i am so excited!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
i cried when my wife told me we had the tickets.  she had originaly told
me that we could not go.  wow . . . what a surprise.  it's still not even
real to me.  does anyone know how to get back stage passes?
i got back stage passes to the honor the earth concert in phoenix arizona
but i can not seem to fynd out how to get them here.  it was an honor to
have met them!!!!!!  i'd like to meet them again.  if anyone else is going
let me know and maybe we can meet up and say hi.

all i can say is . . . see ya'll there!!!!!!!!


j&t

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>can anyone who's been to these recent shows tell me what kinda stuff they're
>selling .... i heard about a thermal long sleeve shirt or something .... and
>new bumper stickers .... any new shirts ???
>
>chris
>
hey there,
        i just went to the vsu show last weekend and they had a lot of
stuff for sale. they had like 4 different t-shirts, a black thermal shirt
with a fish on it and the words indigo girls in a circle around the fish, a
bumper sticker, like 3 different hats, and i think that's about it. the
stuff was pretty neat and definately worth buying...imho! :-)
                                                -heather

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who is sully?  what's her purpose?  should i know this?  (okay, so that
was three questions.  i'm no math major.)
jill

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>> to whoever sent the "things to say if you meet the indigo girls" post:
>>
>> ask amy if she's talked to sejarez lately!
>
>by the way, who is sejarez?  is it like a greek god or something, or is it
>just a made up name?
>
>sharon
>
hey,
        sejarez was an actual person, i remember reading about it in the
faq, but i don't exactly remember what was so important about him. maybe
someone else on the list can help with that one! one night amy had a dream
about sejarez.........he came to her and talked to her in the dream, so she
put it in the song. isn't that interesting?!
                                                        -heather

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on mon, 27 oct 1997, gary & tami huested wrote:

> florida marlins!!!

awww, why don't'cha' rub it in some more?!  i'm so sick of the indians
doing this to us year after year...
jill (cleveland-born and -raised)

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ah hem

go marlins!!!!!
>----------
>from:  jill certo[smtp:jillian.certo@oberlin.edu]
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>
>on mon, 27 oct 1997, gary & tami huested wrote:
>
>> florida marlins!!!
>
>awww, why don't'cha' rub it in some more?!  i'm so sick of the indians
>doing this to us year after year...
>jill (cleveland-born and -raised)
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on mon, 27 oct 1997, j.pyles wrote:
>  does anyone know how to get back stage passes?
> i got back stage passes to the honor the earth concert in phoenix arizona
> but i can not seem to fynd out how to get them here.  it was an honor to
> have met them!!!!!!  i'd like to meet them again.

i'd like to second that motion... how on earth does one get backstage
passes?  i've never never never even been within close viewing distance of
the
girls, and would nearly die from exposure.  but i'd die  so happily....
i want a backstage pass for this show.  i want one now.  now.  somebody
tell me how i get one.
jill

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marivel wrote:
>oh and did anyone stick around to see the girls leave?
>i left after the guy told us to wait across the street.  did
>anyone get a chance to get an autograph or say hi?

beth and i waited there until the bus pulled out.....some security-type
guy told us something about how they had miscalculated how long it would
take to get to where they were going, and that they had to leave right
away.....phooey. but the 20 or so of us that were waiting there had a
little miniature ig sing-along (in about twenty zillion different
keys...all at once!), and we were still singing when we watched the bus
pull out. we waved to amy (i couldn't see emily) as they left.

kristina :o)

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on mon, 27 oct 1997, jill certo wrote:

> who is sully?  what's her purpose?  should i know this?  (okay, so that
> was three questions.  i'm no math major.)
> jill
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hey there,

sully is emily's guitar tech who previously has been well known for
dispersing guitar pics and set lists after shows.

i don't fault you for not knowing it, i didn't know who she was until a
few weeks ago. don't worry about it.

amy m.

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 16:18:55 -0400
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yeah.  here's what's going on:
someone who i love very deeply is trying to give me the big b-bye... i
think they're scared.
i need you to email me any quotes on love, pain, romance, and anything
else you'd deem applicable in this situation.  this may prove futile, but
i'm going to flood her with passages and songs of love until... until i
don't know when.  i don't know.  i just know that i love her very much and
i thought things were going great, going fine.  this weekend i visited her
and she dropped a bomb:  that she wasn't interested anymore.  that she
just gets really excited and emotional to meet new people, which she
misinterprets as being in love.  that that's what she's done, yet again,
this time to me.  well, not if i can help it.  that may sound crazy to
some of you out there, but any of you who have ever fallen, and fallen
hard, and then gotten crushed, will understand.  please help me.  i'd like
to be able to feel again.  i'd like to have my peanut back.
jill

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 16:06:46 -0500
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does anyone know about cameras in the aj palumbo center?  i am going
saturday to see dar and sarah mclachlan and would love to get pics.  so,
anyone have an inkling as to whether i should risk it?

alisa

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

agreenb1@swarthmore.edu

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 16:24:11 -0500
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there are lots of cool places in atlanta.  check out the common pond
because the indigo girls own it also. it's in virginia highlands.  check
out frock of ages in candler park and the store in little five points.

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 17:22:21 -0500
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3.50    starr, garrison eighteen over me  adv-nb        geffen records.
...[starr's] jangly, midwestern guitar pop echoes the folk-tinged sounds of
the indigo girls, lava hay and natalie merchant but retains the strength
and drive of an emerging artist....starr shows a great deal of promise...

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 17:35:53 -0500
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to whomever asked about atlanta advice...
go to little five points.  do not pass go (although collecting $200 is a
great option).  be sure to check out charis books & more while you're
there!  it is the coolest bookstore in the whole wide world!!!

peace,
amy

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 17:39:47 -0500
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hello listmembers!

        just wanted to type a real quick hello and setlist (i took a
final today and have 2 papers to write, i'm so screwed!)...

        first, i want to thank sulli once again (i think i yelled a
thanks to her about 5 times, but i want  to thank her again <smile>) for
hearing me and giving me the setlist!...yea yea!...i really am very
grateful!...and here it is:

shame on you
least complicated
three hits
it's alright
cut it out
love will come to you
shed your skin
get out the map
hey kind friend
tangled up in blue
scooter boys
watershed (i've never heard this live!!!!...i was screaming like a big
mum!)
chickenman
galileo
kid fears (the audience was so on hit on this one!)

encore:
can't find my way (that's what it says, any thoughts?, i heard this was
"finlandia"?)
? (yup, they put a question mark here, guess they were thinking of
playing 3 songs, though i think they only played 2)
closer to fine with caroline aiken

        also, i just wanted to thank everyone who went to the lowell
get-together!...i mean, i got to meet some really cool people and i was
just very happy!...<smile>...i'll write a more detailed one to the boston
elist since it was comprised mostly of them, just wanted to say thanks to
everyone, this was one of the best concerts i've been to - precisely
because of the cool crowd! <smile>...

        take care, @=d jen

ps though i think i failed my exam this morning, i am happy to say that
even if i had stayed home last night, i would have never been able to
answer those questions! <grin>...and, lastly, what does the grey shark
with an orange snowflake on the black long sleeve shirt mean?...hmmm...

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 17:55:05 -0500
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does anyone have any tix for the binghamton show on fri!??? please let me
know.  also, how far is geneseo and hobart from middle of nj (i'm at
rutgers).  i just fell into some money and can't think of a better way to
spend it then to go see more indigo shows.  also, still looking for a
u.del. bootleg from last fri.  it rocked!.
        i'm still trying to get my indigo bootleg collection off the
ground. can anyone help, please???

thanks.

mike d.

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 17:47:49 -0500
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ok i deleted the message asking for tix so i'll just post this to the
whole list.  sorry for the waste of bandwidth blah blah blah :)
there was a girl a little while ago who posted to epic about great seats,
remember her?  she said she was second in the lottery?  well, the seats
are front row balcony.  supposedly that is excellent.  i missed the tix
but then the guy backed out and she offered them to me but i don't need
them anymore.  so, e-mail agarber@indiana.edu if you are still interested.
i don't know if she still has them but she may.  tell
her i told y'all so she's not freaked out.
  (iudoremi@aol.com)
good luck, carrie (above is my list address)
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subject:      re: bumper stickers?

my best friend just got a new car and she is looking to replace her old
worn out faded ig sticker.  i'd appreciated it if someone could pick me
one (maybe 2) up also.  thanks.
kim

on mon, 27 oct 1997 14:41:16 -0500 robin squires <robin_squires@ymca.ca>
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>if anyone out there is going to a show in the near future and they
>are,
>indeed, selling bumper stickers, would you be willing to scoop a
>couple for
>me and a friend who went to a show where they definitely were *not*
>selling
>bumper stickers?
>
>cheers,
>
>robin
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> sully is emily's guitar tech who previously has been well known for
> dispersing guitar pics and set lists after shows.

how would one go about getting a guitar pick or set list from sully???

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 18:17:09 -0500
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i could have sworn that i read somewhere that sejarez was a real person. i
think it was in the faq or something..maybe not. oh well :-)

                                                -heather

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that is pretty cool. i started listening to indigos when i was 17.i
introduced my husband(long before he was my husband) to them and now he
loves them.infact they are the first concert that i ever went to.it is
much more then just music to me.
        i find that their music means different things to me at different times
in my life.it is so cool when you have heard a song about a hundred times
and one day you get a totally different meaning out of it that fits that
point in your life.that has happened to me so many times.
        if i ever had twins i would name them amy and emily.my husband and i have
already talked about that.

baby crying gotta go.
j&t

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also, can anyone pick me up one of those blue ig 1997 sunflower hats?
i'll pay for all charges including postage.

-thanx dahlings
alanna


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coming from and that's impotant...that's important because it makes you
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        hey y'all.
        so i was thinking of buying a walkman that can
*record*...um...um...things (yeah we all know what things i'm talking about,
but i'm in denial...i'm mean, i'm sure i'll come up with other things to use
it for too...i just haven't thought of any yet).  so i need some advice from
all you technical-minded people out there.  what exactly do i need?  i'd
like advice on important features, good brands, and any other useful
information.  also, i don't have a fortune to spend on this, and if you
think i'd be wasting my money buying a fairly cheap-end product, you can let
me know that too.
        and for all you experienced booters out there, does anyone have any
tips you want to share with someone who wants to try her hand at booting?
        any help at all will be greatly appreciated.
thanks,
jen

(who is still recovering from amy's amazing intense performance of cut it
out last night at lowell; i've never seen anything like that before in my
entire life; i still get the chills just thinking about it)

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 20:30:31 -0500
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subject:      painfully good (umbc) picture alert!!!

hey all!

i saw the post about getting recorders and cameras into shows, and thought i
would share my experience at this past saturday's umbc show (as if i hadn't
shared enough already!).  well, it is risky at least at general admission
concerts to take things like cameras and tape recorders in cause then i think (i
don't know first hand though) you risk losing your place in line to deal with
security.  but at a reserved seating show it shouldn't matter too much.  whether
you get in first or last, you have the exact same seat, right?  so you might as
well risk it.  and i've never been to a show with metal detectors.  i wonder
what they think we're carrying in?  cameras and tape recorders i guess.  cause i
don't think weapons are big with ig fans (but i shouldn't generalize should i?).

okay so back to this umbc thing.  well i got both my little recorder and a
camera in, and i was the very first person in line, so needless to say i was
standing close enough to kiss the stage had i been so inclined (i wasn't).  so i
got my pictures back today, and i took all of them with flash cause the security
people didn't seem to mind, and they couldn't have gotten to me to ask me to
stop even if they had wanted to because we were so trapped up there.  but i must
say i've never been so happy to be stuck anywhere in all my life!

anyway...pictures.  they are seriously disturbingly good.  how can i convey this
to you all?  okay how about this?...i can tell you with 100% certainty that the
little front button on amy's grey pants has 4 holes and not 2.  i can count the
individual beads and links on emily's 2 necklaces.  several shots i have give me
an excellent view of amy's dental work, and if i look real hard i can even make
out individual eyelashes in several shots.  do you see what i'm talking about?
thank heaven for zooms!!!

most of them are of amy but i did get quite a few excellent shots of emily right
in front of me.  she's actually stickin' out her tongue in one (kind of like you
do when you're concentrating really hard).  one from winthrop on the piano, and
i got another one with pink backround lighting where she's got that mean look on
her face like "don't mess with me, i'm jammin' hard!".  she get's that look a
lot lately.  and no grainy-ness.  no fog. just an indigo girl in all her
"in-focus" glory.

and then i got some cool ones of both of them too.  like one of them doing what
looks like a little dance number from get out the map.  one from the finale with
caroline, 2 cool red tinted action shots where emily's facing amy and amy
appears for all intents and purposes to be headbanging.

then...we have the amy shots.  50 to be exact.  and at least 20 of them are good
enough to blow up to poster size i'm sure.  i've been wanting to do that
forever.  anyone tried it yet?  but back to the amy pics...you know how all of
the concert review posts talk about how when amy plays certain songs lately (sb,
sys, cio, chickenman, etc.) she seems like she's going to explode or faint or
something.  she is the most passionate performer i have ever seen, without
question.  and although i can't really capture that passion in words, i think
that i have definately captured it on film.  she's sweaty, her face is red,
veins are bulging, hair is flyin' everywhere.  it's amy at her best.  but you
guys all know this already...

but the specific highlights are as follows: amy with her mouth wide open
screaming at what appears to be the top of her lungs, arms outstretched, eyes
closed with one of her natural colored acoustic guitars.  this one is a huge
poster just waiting to happen.  my walls will never be bare again!  and by the
way, amy's instruments are labeled on the setlist a1 through a4 in addition to
mandolin and strat.  does anyone know which is which (the a1 through a4 i
mean)??  like, for which songs she plays the black one and the 12 and 6 string?
i'm not guitar literate at all, so if anyone wants to enlighten me i'm ready!

the next amy umbc pictorial highlight is one of amy in between songs smiling at
the audience with her eyes open!  this is a rarity.  she seems to keep her eyes
closed a lot.  and i haven't yet figured out exactly how to get a shot of amy
smiling at me.  she did it a lot, but everytime she did, i was smiling right
back at her like a big ol' idiot and completely forgot about my camera.  and
come to think of it, she probably wouldn't smile at me if i had the camera up
anyway...but you know i think that sharing a smile is *way* better than a photo
any day so i won't complain.

and about flash, even when i am allowed to use it i try to be considerate of the
girls and not be snapping constantly. i would never want to be responsible for
either of the girls' temporary blindness due to prolonged flash exposure.  so i
try to take pictures in between songs, and when the concentration and intensity
level isn't hysterically high.  it would really suck to be responsible for a
fuck up (although actually a couple of times when amy was reading my signs she
almost forgot to come in on her backing entrances in some of emily's songs.  so
i'm trying to figure out how to be less conspicuous at future shows.  but
anyway...

i have another amy shot with the yellow roses someone gave them.  and amy did
that same thing she did in watershed saying "i think they're both for me!"  is
that person who brought the flowers on the list?  it looks like there's a photo
tucked inside the bouquet.  my zoom was close, but not that close.  looks like
maybe a backstage shot with some guy in a baseball cap looking on at someone
else.  okay maybe my zoom *was* that close.  but if that person is on the list
and would like a copy of this pic let me know.  i also got a beautiful shot of
her looking towards emily and smiling again.  there's a pretty purple haze in
the back of this shot.  also some great tight mandolin shots and finally i think
that i have taken quite possibly the single most adorable photo of amy in
existance.  i know this is a big claim cause there are a lot of good pics out
there (professional and fan generated) but this one is right up there with the
best of 'em.  it's a pic of amy from the mandolin up and she's got both of her
hands in in front of her chest, holding a yellow pick and looking into that hand
at a finger or fingernail or something (at one point that night she did shake
her hand out and grimace like she had hurt herself), and i swear to you on my
amy setlist that her expression makes her look just like a 3 year old kid.  this
funny little smile, and totally absorbed in what she's looking at or thinking
about.

wow.  it looks like i'm trying to go for some kind of post length record, but
i'm not... really!  sorry to those whom i've annoyed with my obsessing.  but for
those of you who read all the way through i'll offer to get copies of some of
these pics (for cost) to anyone who wants them.  i guess i could make up a
little umbc concert package, huh?  boot, photos, photocopied set list.  i really
did well at this show, so i think it's my duty to share the wealth with anyone
who wants it.  and besides if you got all the way to this point--the second of
my huge posts--you deserve something!!!  so let me know and i'll get back to you
as soon as i can.  thanks for listening...

peace, love and really good pictures to all!!!

marivel

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chickenman - about a man who was too scared to do anything.

kid fears - a song about the boogeyman, dentists, and the dark.

everything in it's own time - a teaching song about time zones and how
that relates to television broadcasts.

airplane - theme song for the movies.  (you know, leslie neilson, etc.)

:)
anna

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 20:51:23 -0500
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subject:      disappear fear nigc

hey everybody....
sorry for the wasted bandwidth, but does anybody know the name and or phone
number of sonia's management...or does she manage herself or what.  any info
would be greatly appreciated, we are trying to get her to play a show here,
when she's in the area.  thanks

peace
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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 20:56:29 -0500
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i just read the faq and it actually said the opposite--that sejarez was not a
real person.  here's what it says:

sejarez, whom amy mentions in "world falls", is not a real person; he
was a character (possibly some kind of philosopher) that appeared in
one of amy's dreams.


heather davis wrote:

> i could have sworn that i read somewhere that sejarez was a real person. i
> think it was in the faq or something..maybe not. oh well :-)
>
>                                                 -heather
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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 20:49:58 est
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subject:      questions

hey!

        i have the opportunity to interview the indigo girls!!!!!  i want
to ask them really great questions and at the moment i can only think of
a few.  i am going to attend a private reception with them so i don't
know how much time i will have. if anyone can think of really great
questions let me know, anything at all. e-mail address is
amy-emily@juno.com

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 19:48:54 -0700
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on mon, 27 oct 1997, amy m. wrote:

> on mon, 27 oct 1997, jill certo wrote:
>
> > who is sully?  what's her purpose?  should i know this?  (okay, so that
> > was three questions.  i'm no math major.)
> > jill
> >
> > ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
> > "yeah, and then you woke up..."       --rich naples
> > "yeah, and then your mom walked in..."    --ethel morgan
> > ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
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> hey there,
>
> sully is emily's guitar tech who previously has been well known for
> dispersing guitar pics and set lists after shows.
>
> i don't fault you for not knowing it, i didn't know who she was until a
> few weeks ago. don't worry about it.
>
  by the way, her name is lisa sullivan.

> amy m.
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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 21:25:28 -0500
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from:         marivel danielson <marivel@m.imap.itd.umich.edu>
subject:      one more thing...really!

i forgot in my post to mention that now that i officially have a billion concert
photos to my name (despite only having been to 2 full concerts and a lilith), i
was thinking that the next logical step might be to get a webpage on which to
display them all.  but the thing is that they kind of scare me.  can anyone talk
me out of my little phobia and point me in the right direction in case i decide
to try my luck?  thanks to any of you experts out there who can offer me some
encouragement and web wisdom...

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 22:22:29 -0500
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at 10:41 pm 10/26/97 -0500, marivel danielson wrote:

>hey all!
>
>well i just got back to my computer for the first time since this saturday's
>concert, and even though the posts for this show have all been very
thorough, i
>just have to add a little (ha!) of my own experience cause i went through
hell
>to get there, the least i can do is get a decent post out of it, right?
well so
>i don't know if we ever got an official setlist, but here it is (in correct
>order)...
>
>1. galileo
>2. shame on you
>3. tangled up in blue
>4. cut it out
>5. down by the river
>6. get out the map
>7. shed your skin
>8. you and me of the 10,000 wars
>9. reunion
>10. least complicated
>11. scooter boys
>12. winthrop
>13. romeo & juliet
>14. power of two
>15. chickenman
>16. virginia woolf
>====================
>1. can't find my way
>2. joking
>3. tried to be true
>4. closer to fine
>
>this is very acurate because i had two sources to consult: amy's setlist
and the
>boot i taped.  yes there is a boot.  it's pretty bad.  there are tiny
cutouts in
>5 of the songs and the closer to fine cutout is actually most of the song.  i
>think i got only the first and maybe second verse...nothing of caroline's
solo.
>and it was taped up on the bleachers and it has all of the traditional
offbeat
>clapping and earpiercing screeches, in addition to a somewhat faraway sound.
>not loud at all.  i taped some of the soundcheck through 2 sets of double
doors
>and parts came out clearer than inside.

we (deb & i (indigo@mindspring.com))  also have a copy of this show. deb's
out of town for a few days & i haven't had time to listen to it yet, but it
is complete (well just ig, we didn't tape carolyn).  one of us will let you
know when we're ready for requests (it may be a couple of weeks).

i agree with what everyone else had to say about the show... the crowd was
great, really into the show, singing along to just about every song and
even the people in the bleachers stood most of the night! we've been to
several shows on this tour and this had to be one of the best! amy & emily
we're definitly having a good time and it showed.

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 22:51:47 -0500
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from:         rick b sayre <rbsayre@aol.com>
subject:      (nigc) vonda shepard question

hiya humans!!

i believe i recall mention of vonda shepard & her appearances on ally mcbeal
on the list- does anyone happen to know what the name of the song played over
the opening credits is & if it's available on any of vonda's cds?

:-) thanks
rick
*there are just so many ways that he's not you.
i mean, right for me.*

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 00:13:33 -0800
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hi all,
another happy lowell concert goer; all the more special as it was the
first ever rock & roll concert my ten year old son ever went to and he
loved it! stood on his chair and sang, clapped and danced all the way
through. informed me that at his next ig concert he really wants to go up
and sing ctf on stage; oh boy, what have i started?

anyway, as you all have read already this show really rocked and as it
was such a small hall (with wonderful acoustics)it was much more intimate
then gr woods or amherst;i'd rather stick to seeing them in small halls
now, but hey if their within a few hrs of me i'll go any place.

amy was incredible and had so much energy on cut it out, shed ys and sb i
couldn't believe she didn't break a string; back to cio, as someone also
posted, it was unbelievable; truly the highlight of the night for me with
the extended jamming and amys intensity during it. nice surprises in
addition to the fact you could take pictures; hearing 3 hits, tangled up
in blue and watershed. and for the encore with caroline aiken(wow shes
powerful) a real nice cover of can't find my way home by my husbands
favorite group blind faith -remember them, you oldtimers on the list?

to top off a wonderful evening my son and i got to see amy boarding the
bus in her sweats; said they had a long ride ahead i think, and he got to
meet sara lee. one minute he was with me, the next, my usually shy son
was standing right next to sara lee saying hi. he was thrilled to get a
pic of us with her; what a sweet english accent she has-didn't know she
was a brit. fun to see other listees-nice to meet you too heather.
if anyone booted this show i would love a copy as it was such a special
night for my son and i.

bye for now,

lisa

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 23:35:05 -0500
reply-to:     marivel danielson <marivel@umich.edu>
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from:         marivel danielson <marivel@m.imap.itd.umich.edu>
subject:      about my umbc pics (i can't stop posting!!!)...

hi all!

two things, even though i promised myself i wasn't going to post anymore
tonight.  firstly, i want everyone to know that i will indeed make copies of
some of my photos (i've been obsessing over them all night and making different
little piles all over my apartment), but i want to make it clear that when i
said i'd get copies out "for cost", i meant for whatever cost the photo place
charges me, plus postage and an envelope of course.  nothing else.  i just
didn't want anyone to think i was trying to make money off of this, you know,
like saying "you can get copies...but for a price!".  even though i need the
money it just isn't ethical (imho) to sell something that i got for free (well
not counting the small fortune i spent on gasoline, bus tickets, and my concert
ticket, plus the tape recorder i bought to boot the show and my camera...but i
could go on forever with this), i just wanted to clear that up.  so when i get a
chance to explore the price range of some local photo processing places i'll get
back to all of you who expressed an interest in them with specifics on per copy
prices and stuff like that.  okay?

and secondly could somebody please send me a copy of my photo description post
(painfully good (umbc) picture alert!!!)???  i have recieved 4 responses but
still no original post.  thanks, and look how short this was!!!

marivel

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 21:02:35 pst
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hi y'all-

i hope to have a new mail/browser/carrier (whatever) up by the end of
the week. in the mean time, i got myself one of those freebie hotmail
accounts - which i'll just keep after i get my f___ing computer to do
what i want it to do. i can now access my [melsouth@mindspring.com]
account finally. <yea>  :o)

so, feel free to write to me (should you feel so inclined) - because i
am no longer cut off from the world (well, the e-mail world). so if you
ever get an e-mail from:

          mel south <melsouth1@hotmail.com>

it's just lil ol me - with a slightly different addy. can you believe
that someone else had the *nerve* to actually have taken "melsouth" @
hotmail... so if you ever use my hotmail addy... don't forget the "1"!

peace...

mel  <melsouth@mindspring.com>  or   <melsouth1@hotmail.com>


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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 01:02:10 -0500
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subject:      thanks for the help...

i just wanted to let everyone know that i did get a copy of my original photo
post from a couple of kind list members, so anyone else who reads the post with
that request in it can disregard it.  thanks...

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hey, i don't want to sound like a complete scrub, but is there anyone who
would be willing to record some bootleg stuff for me if i buy and send the
tape and pay for shipping?  i have the honor the earth concert in phoenix
arizona bootlegged but one, i have missplaced it and two,  it is not the
best copy.  but if i fynd it and anyone wants to get a copy anyways i will
be more than willing to copy it for you.  also, does anyone know a delaina
miller?  i was just wondering if she had a computer and was any way
affiliated with this list or a list member.  thanx!!!

j&t

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date:         mon, 27 oct 1997 23:40:32 -0500
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subject:      re: dayton concert

in a message dated 97-10-27 15:47:20 est, you write:

<< i'd like to second that motion... how on earth does one get backstage
passes?  i've never never never even been within close viewing distance of
the >>

i hear that backstage is actually a really crappy place to watch a concert.
the sound suck and you can't see nothin' much.

that's what i heard anyway....and if you want to get back there just to
mingle i hear there is not much of that goin' on either ... just some
people workin..

yep.
:)
claire

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 10:00:05 +0000
reply-to:     bonj1_95@worc.ac.uk
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from:         john bond <bonj1_95@worc.ac.uk>
organization: worcester college of higher edu.
subject:      ok - this is a quick apology......

a couple of people have sent me messages saying that i inadvertely
posted a message to this list that i shouldn't have - i don't know
what message it was, but......

i am truely sorry. this list has enriched my life in ways i
couldn't hope to describe, and i wouldn't knowingly abuse it, or any
of it's users. i am sorry, if due to some fault of my own, people
were offended by what i sent to the list......

once again, i'm sorry....

john.

"we do not inherit the earth from our ancestors,
we borrow it from our children...."

(chief joseph)

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 09:00:23 -0800
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for once i can comment on this knowing full well i know what i am
talking about.. i worked in rock n roll for 20 years both backstge and
in the booth..so if ya flame me..pblltttt
the absolute worse place to watch a show from is backstage ( thank you
ms. binky)
most theaters have an apron (lip) in front of the procenium...the "act"
usually  marks their position just downstage of the procenium(end)
because you're gonna get the best sound there..so you won't see much of
them..also that leaves most room for the monitors without gettin too far
downstage while still being able to look off stage and give signals to
the monitor mixers who always position themself off-stage even with the
procenium..with me so far??....just in fromt of the curtain are the
"stacks" where the sound system for the house are positioned or
flown.....directly offstage on the other side, there is a entrance for
the act to get on stage mixed in with the guitar tuning area ( by law
..at least 3'6") then you have all the guitars plus the tuning
equipment, road box with spare strings..etc...
also backstage your gonna find all the tops to the road cases which will
be lined up in order by the roadies who want to strike the show
immediately after the show..
then ya got the legs ( curtains) and the crew and road manager and the
act themself...in other words there is no room for anyone on either side
of the stage.. and if ya could find a spare inch your gonna be peeking
thru all that junk...all monitors are pointed toward the stage so there
won't be any sound coming yourway...]
if ya got passes for after ..your gonna be in the way cause the roadies
want to pack up and don't want you anywhere near their stuff..so you'll
end up squished in a corner saying "excuse me" alot and getting dirty
looks for an exhausted crew  who just want youto get out of the way..if
yer lucky you'll get squeezed into a green room  for a 2 minute chat
with the act who really just want to go out to the bus or hotel.yes..in
the case of the girls..they will be  polite to you but lets face it
kids,,they jusr rode all night on a bus ( not very comfy) got there
early for sound check..did the pr..you know the routine..they really
just wanna go grab a beer....( which they deserve)..
what that means is..you had the worst view, the worst sound and not a
very good time...the roadies will wish you would get out of their
way..the act will wish you would just go home...
btw..best seats for sound..right around the mains mix board in the
center house..so if yer going to hear the show..get a seat there....

thats all..i'lll shut up..but big thanks to ms. bink for "gettin me
goin"

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 09:02:43 -0500
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i just started up my first homepage, and i'd like to add links to people who
have ig related home pages. if you're interested,  please send 'em on!
thanks!! jessica


my address:
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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 06:26:47 -0800
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hey folks!

this post is aimed mostly at people who a) want
to take cameras to concerts and/or b) succeed.

here's another one of my few and far between
posts (due to my being way behind on the list)
but i think something needs to be said....

i was at the ani concert here in minneapolis
last thursday and lilith and ani/bob dylyn a few
weeks before that, i will also be at the girls
here in november...here's the problem: cameras!

all of these venues have this no camera rule and
at ani/bob they even searched backpacks for
cameras and recording devices.  for those who
want to sneak cameras in there's a few things
you should know.  at all threee concerts i had
an slr w/ a huge lens (that means it's not one
of those little auto cameras) and was able to
get it in by wrapping it in a flannel and
tossing it in the bottom of my packpack.  if you
wear something with big pockets (overalls for me
all the time) that can help in case security
walks by (like they did at ani/bob).  i've never
gotten caught w/ my camera, but insofar as i
know all they can do is either tell you to put
the camera away or take it until the end of the
concert.  but just in case, i happen to bring an
older camera that needs to be replaced anyways.
i mean, a great excuse "my camera got
confiscated so i need a new one."  so all's
good, no?  just act natural and nobody'll bug
you.

second, do not use a flash!!!!!  how many people
have been to concerts and been annoyed with a
flash, usually from them damn timy auto cameras.
flashes will not work!  here's the story on
flashes, a flash will only light four to ten
feet in front of you.  all you'll get is the
heads of the people in front of you.  if you
have one of those little auto focus cameras,
either think twice about bringing them (since
they aren't that good anyways) or beg to borrow
an slr or use a really fast film, like 800
speed.  whatever you do, don't use a flash b/c
it's just a waste.

last, film speed determines it all.  400 can be
good, in fact i got great results of ani with
it, but 800 is better.  just be forewarned that
if you use 800 the pictures will be grainy and
if you use 400 the pictures will most likely not
turn out.

ok, now all you auto focus dinky flash camera
users can flame me.

amanda

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 08:42:03 -0600
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would some kind soul out there be willing to pick up two bumper stickers for me at the next concert? we in texas as going to be ig deprived for a looong time and i would love to have a sticker. i would of course pay for postage etc. so also with a t-shirt. i keep hearing about the new t-shirt and i would like one of those too. please email me if you are willing to do either. you'd make a very happy girl out of me.

thanks!

dr. urvashi pitre

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 09:58:15 -0500
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morning everyone,
   (insert scream here)!!! last night i was at my friendly
college music store for the 11:00 sale, buying caroline
aiken's cd and some more ani, when what should i see on the
concert board but dar is coming to charlottesville!  on my
birthday (nov 8)! i thought my birthday last year was
wonderful but this is going to be even better...dar on the
birthday, then my b-day present from my parents is a plane
ticket home to cincinnati to see the ig at dayton (thanks
jill).  all i need now is amy to stop by my apartment and
profess her undying love. needless to say, i'm ecstatic. a
big thank you to everyone who helped me out with the
mysterious sound check songs...now i know that one is "i
thought i was a child" by jackson browne and the other was
"tecumseh valley" from nanci griffith's cd.  no info on the
one amy was singing and playing the banjo on (something
like "she kisses like a straight girl, she's from a working
class town, hold me down, don't got nothing, but i want her
anyway" which could be wrong but that's what i thought i
heard).  if anyone knows what this is (a new amy
original??) or the song that amy and emily keep playing
before "tried to be true" ("look along there's a white
woman coming up the river", then they burst out laughing),
information would be much appreciated. thanks!
                                stephanie

stephanie lynne merhar
university of virginia
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inevitably that which must also make you lonely" -lorraine
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> second, do not use a flash!!!!!  how many people

i concur wholeheartedly.  you may not htink you
are bothering poeple much, but you are.  i know
that when i am shooting a concert and flashes
go off around me, it affects my ability to
see for a few seconds, which many not seem
like muhc, but we all know how quickly those
great visual moments can cme and go...
honestly, using a flash is inconsiderate
to all around you.

as for ig, some people may have noticed over the months
a woman who has shot a lot of their live stuff
which is used in their songbooks etc.  i have
never seen her use a flash.  this alone tells
me that ig want to be respectful of fans' ability
to see a show well, and probably their own
desire not to be blinded.  for every show i have
had permission to shoot, i have always been
told very specifically no flahs.

i can imagine a lot of poeple wont like
what i hav esaid here, because we all want
to have photos of ig.  i do understand
that.  but i also understand that getting those
photos should not come at a cost of
enjoyment of the people around me, or
the ability of the poeple on stage to be able to
concentrate on what they are doing.

> last, film speed determines it all.  400 can be
> good, in fact i got great results of ani with
> it, but 800 is better.  just be forewarned that
> if you use 800 the pictures will be grainy and
> if you use 400 the pictures will most likely not
> turn out.

for color film, fuji makes a super g 800 which is
very good and has very little grain (the woman
who shot the coover of ani's "living in clip"
uses this).  i have used this at 800 and 1600
wih very good results.  for black and white, ilford hp5+
pushes very well to 1600 (it is rated 400).
i do like tmax 3200 as well, and the grain doesnt
bother me.  i actually like it as a texture to the
movement in the image.


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i once again got over zealous in purchasing tickets for concerts.  i have
two extra tickets for the nov 14 show in ann arbor.  it is in the hill
auditorium.  anyone who went to their conert there in the spring can tell
you that ann arbor is a great place to see ig live.  the tickets are $25
dollars a piece and are in row w.  if you have ever been to hill
auditorium you know that every seat offers a good veiw and the acoustics
are wonderful.


neil...

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 09:44:26 -0600
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sorry about the nigc y'all....

i finally have web space specifically for the purpose of creating an
indigo girls page, but i don't know what program to best use to design it.
does anyone have any suggestions??  thanks!
sue

harne001@bama.ua.edu

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 11:20:09 -0500
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i believe they played "maryland"  and i don't know if it's on any of her
albums, i would assume it is, but i do know that it is on the women's work
compilation disk (which is great--check it out!)
take care,
x

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don't forget to watch the fashion awards tonite!  co-hosts will be harry
connick, jr. and ashley judd.  the rolling stones will be the performers .
some of the nominees are:  for most stylish music video - "criminal" by
fiona apple, "foolish games" by jewel, "the way you look tonight" by elton
john, "6 underground" by sneaker pimps, "say you'll be there" by spice
girls.  most fashionable artist - fiona apple, beck, jakob dylan of the
wallflowers, maxwell, gwen stefani of no doubt.

go online during the performance for a behind-the-scenes advantage with
vh1's digital diva, at http://www.vh1.com, where you'll see exclusive
photos backstage, interviews and after-hour parties.

for a preview check out the site today!

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 12:45:33 -0500
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subject:      re: painfully good (umbc) picture alert!!!

in a message dated 97-10-28 03:29:52 est, marivel writes:

<<  so i
got my pictures back today, and i took all of them with flash cause the
security
people didn't seem to mind,
<<then...we have the amy shots.  50 to be exact.>>

first off i'm happy that your pics turned out...  *but*
you are a bad bad doggie !!!!!!!!
a *flash*  especially at close range is very distracting.
so from the gist of your post i gather that ms. ray was flash bombed
50 times during the show at close range. bad...so bad.
there are so many high speed films available that there is no
need to use a flash at at any well lit concert.

i don't bring this up to rain on the parade, but because many of you
may not be aware of the universal loathing that performers have
for flashes going of in their faces while the are trying to work.
i know a lot of you are wanting to take pictures at upcoming shows
so i think y'all need to be aware of this.
if they start getting flash bombed at more and more shows the band
may start getting strict about it...i think the only reason that
they are relaxed at some venues is because a & e seem to be
pretty laid back.

i have a friend who took pics from row 1 at uno in new orleans using a
little camera and no flash and they came out beautifully ...i'm sure
there are a lot of photo people on the list who would be happy to
give advice...so please no flash in row 1. *cringe*

love,
mom
"but it's moldy mom, isn't it ?
(cibo matto)

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so i read the rest of the post and got to the flash disclamer *but*
i still stand by my argument.
bad.

love,
claire
president of the "i hate flash society"
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in a message dated 97-10-28 03:26:44 est, the question rages ;)

<< > who is sully?  what's her purpose?  should i know this? >>
  > sully is emily's guitar tech who previously has been well known for
  > dispersing guitar pics and set lists after shows.>>


but nobody knows that she is really a cia operative.

;)

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 12:48:49 -0600
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subject:      get out the map & (nigc) m ferrick

1) my wife and i are huge ig fans but she _hates_ "get out the map" -- she
says it sounds like a biscuit commercial:

i'm gonna love you good and strong,
ohh, i love that sticky bun...

now when _i_ listen to it i can't get that refrain out of my head!

2) i'm trying to find a mailing list for melissa ferrick.. does anybody have
any info on how to subscribe? thanx in advance.


paul zastrow
paul@dmsymphony.org

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on tue, 28 oct 1997 mmedido@aol.com wrote:

>  in a message dated 97-10-28 03:26:44 est, the question rages ;)
>
>  << > who is sully?  what's her purpose?  should i know this? >>
>   > sully is emily's guitar tech who previously has been well known for
>   > dispersing guitar pics and set lists after shows.>>
>
>
>  but nobody knows that she is really a cia operative.
>
>  ;)

*laugh* can i forward this to sully? she owuld get a kick out of it..

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oh one last thing....

amy said "for every show i have had permission
to shoot, i have always been told very
specifically no flahs."  i have never gotten
permission to get photos (being a 17 y/o serious
amature w/o a photo/news related job makes it
difficult to get permission) which brings up
legalities.  without a model release form you
cannot sell your photos or use them in a display
or contest, etc.  i actually have sold them to
friends at cost, since i develop and print
color/b&w photos in my school's photo lab, but
that's only to cover the chemicals/paper cost.

i know it sounds logical, but there were a few
people at my school who got in trouble for not
having model release forms signed for someone
famous when they posted them on their web page
and entered the photos into contests, which is
why i mention it.

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just adding to the photo and use-of-flash fray -

i took pictures in las vegas using fuji 1600, no flash and a canon eos
elan with a something to 300 zoom, mostly shooting as close up as i could
get.

the pictures came out fine for the most part.  i don't have a great hit
ratio anyway, but there are plenty of good ones, and even the weird,
blurry ones are ... interesting. at 4x6 they aren't grainy, but they are
when i enlarged them to 8x10.  okay, so maybe 1600 isn't the film of
choice for real professional stuff...

you can see a few of them, and some other ones from different times at :
http://www.vimnews.com/ig/      feel free to steal them.  don't sell them.

flash would have been useless in terms of lighting the subject - they were
up on stage, spread out across the stage, it would have done nothing.

the only thing flash will do for you is if your camera is very automatic,
sometimes it decides it knows better than you and it just won't take a
picture with inadequate light. mine is always saying "look, i cost a ton
of money, you're a moron and i'm not taking a picture with a 1000 shutter
speed in a pitch black room, so there!"  so then you have to play around
with the settings like you actually know how to use your camera or
something.

but normally, flash isn't doing what you think it's doing, and you don't
need it.

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subject:      new haven tonight

so who's going to new haven tonight ...

anyone planning on trying to boot it ????

i'm going ... with my sister and brother-in-law ... row l seats 1, 3, and 5

chris

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i saw sully playing some of the guitars right before the show started in
winston (duh! becky) and i was under the impression that she had played before
(like somewhere other than behind the stage at an ig concert).  was she melissa
e's guitar tech too?  or did i dream this.  has she ever played in a band.

and another thing - did anyone in winston notice that they had some bad reverb
on the mikes (or guitars or something).  anyway there was a screech or two and
emily looked like she didn't like it.

also - since when does russell carter sing....i just noticed that he sings on
some of the ig songs.  i guess he doesn't practice law much anymore.  i don't
want to start another russell carter thread - just something i noticed and was
surprised by.

b


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in a message dated 97-10-28 03:26:44 est, the question rages ;)

<< > who is sully?  what's her purpose?  should i know this? >>
  > sully is emily's guitar tech who previously has been well known for
  > dispersing guitar pics and set lists after shows.>>


but nobody knows that she is really a cia operative.

;)

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subject:      complicated girls again

hey y'all,

i ran across another copy of complicated girls today. the store will ship, so
if anybody is interested, i'll give the phone number to the first person who
e-mails me.  they also have the australian import shame on you.

let me know,

pam

oh, i'm also looking for cd's of shades of indigo or reverse 1 - live.
anybody want to trade for a club r & r?  i'd also consider trading it for in
with the out crowd, blood & fire, days of wine & roses (cd versions).
thanks.

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i'll be there!! row f, 1,3 i think. i'm psyched. preparty in my room at
yale. if anyone wants to drop by, email me and i'll let you know where it
is
jasmine

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 15:04:21 -0500
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there'll be a bunch of baigls (boston-area ig listees) at new haven
tonight, in row c (i think).  i hope emily plays "winthrop"!

peace,
fran from winthrop

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 12:58:33 -0700
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on tue, 28 oct 1997, amy j. putnam wrote:

> on tue, 28 oct 1997 mmedido@aol.com wrote:
>
> >  in a message dated 97-10-28 03:26:44 est, the question rages ;)
> >
> >  << > who is sully?  what's her purpose?  should i know this? >>
> >   > sully is emily's guitar tech who previously has been well known for
> >   > dispersing guitar pics and set lists after shows.>>
> >
> >
> >  but nobody knows that she is really a cia operative.
> >
> >  ;)
>
> *laugh* can i forward this to sully? she owuld get a kick out of it..
>
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i have no qualms, be my guest, amy p.

amy m.

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yes siree!!!!  me too!!!!
8-)
<hehehe>

i'll be there in row l something like 27 or 37 (hope it's in the middle)....
and i'll be meeting listee jen l. - who's going to be in row h seat 6 or
something like that...
jen's wearing big boots and i'll be in my sys/ig t-shirt....which is
blue/indigo of course.....(that's enough info. right?!???!)

can't meet before the show but see y'all there.....
btw, fyi,  amy told me last night she would play r&j, cortez, and mona
lisa for me.....<grin>...... 8-)

later taters.....
mkc

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 15:12:59 -0500
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first....how would i go about booting the concert in binghamton,n.y. on
10/31?

second....is there anyone on this list that is going to the binghamton
concert?

third....how would i get in touch with sully? i met her at the concert
in syracuse, n.y on 9/13  and we talked for a while.. she was pretty
cool...

last but not least to all that have indigo girls web pages

you rock!!!

i've been checking them out and i love them all
good job..( now if only i could get mine up and running)

peace,
marie

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 12:03:37 -0800
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sorry abtou that...i meant for my message to go to claire only..
i'm usually better about checking headrers..

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on tue, 28 oct 1997, amanda shopa wrote:

>
> second, do not use a flash!!!!!  how many people
> have been to concerts and been annoyed with a
> flash, usually from them damn timy auto cameras.
>  flashes will not work!  here's the story on
> flashes, a flash will only light four to ten
> feet in front of you.  all you'll get is the
> heads of the people in front of you.  if you
> have one of those little auto focus cameras,
> either think twice about bringing them (since
> they aren't that good anyways) or beg to borrow
> an slr or use a really fast film, like 800
> speed.  whatever you do, don't use a flash b/c
> it's just a waste.

not to mention the fact that using a camera with flash in a venue that
clearly states "no cameras" will definitely get the attention of the
security guards, who will then cheerfully stand in front of you (and
everyone else in the generalized area) until you fork over your film and
/or camera.
amy

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at 2:47 pm -0400 10/28/97, amy j. putnam wrote:
>on tue, 28 oct 1997 mmedido@aol.com wrote:
>
>>  in a message dated 97-10-28 03:26:44 est, the question rages ;)
>>
>>  << > who is sully?  what's her purpose?  should i know this? >>
>>   > sully is emily's guitar tech who previously has been well known for
>>   > dispersing guitar pics and set lists after shows.>>
>>
>>
>>  but nobody knows that she is really a cia operative.
>>
>>  ;)
>
>*laugh* can i forward this to sully? she owuld get a kick out of it..

i was going to say i thought she was elvis in the witness protection
program....which follows since as we all know, elvis was a cia operative
for nixon....never know when you're going to need a mole at an ig
concert...."note to self...the strawberry one is writing secret songs about
biscuits..which is going to have a subliminal effect on the buying public
which may result in an increase in demand without an equal increase in
supply in the worlds biscuit stores, thereby creating havoc amoung the
biscuit-eating populations around the world....or maybe it's just about
maps...."

ok, i'll shut up now.

(join me in my little world, won't you?  la de da de da de da......:o)

joni  :o)

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 13:46:06 -0700
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hey all,

all this talk about biscuits made me think: maybe it's all a big
subliminal thing to get us to eat all our meals at the flying biscuit.
hmm, that emily, she's a sneaky one.

amy m.

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at 4:46 pm -0400 10/28/97, amy m. wrote:
>hey all,
>
>all this talk about biscuits made me think: maybe it's all a big
>subliminal thing to get us to eat all our meals at the flying biscuit.
>hmm, that emily, she's a sneaky one.

i knew it!  i knew it!  someone call oliver stone!  it's all a conspiracy!

ok, i'll shut up now....

la de da de da....

joni  :o)

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at 4:46pm-0400 10/28/97, amy m. wrote
>hey all,
>
>all this talk about biscuits made me think: maybe it's all a big
>subliminal thing to get us to eat ourmeals at the flying biscuit.
>hmm, that emily, she's a sneaky one.

i don't get it? what are you all refering too?

peace,
marie

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paul wrote:

2) i'm trying to find a mailing list for melissa ferrick.. does anybody have
any info on how to subscribe? thanx in advance.

there used to be a melissa ferrick list that was run by the same folks who
have the melissa etheridge list.  it ended when they had to switch
servers, and as far as i know none other came up to take its place.  if
another one has started, could someone post the info?

thanks much!
kate.

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>>all this talk about biscuits made me think: maybe it's all a big
>>subliminal thing to get us to eat all our meals at the flying biscuit.
>>hmm, that emily, she's a sneaky one.
>
>i knew it!  i knew it!  someone call oliver stone!  it's all a conspiracy!

what's funny (to me anyway) is that i haven't had a chance to keep up on
list mail so i haven't been reading any posts about biscuits. all week long
i have been craving biscuits but i didn't have any baking powder in the
house. i finally got to the store last night and bought some real butter
and baking powder and made a dozen scrumptious butter biscuits. mmmmmmmmmm.
ok i made it through 3 before i got sick so the others went to waste. :(
next time i'll freeze the dough i now know i can't eat in one sitting. i'll
also use unsalted butter, they were a bit too salty. if anyone wants my
recipe email me off list. ;) there is nothing in the world quite like a
biscuit and homemade strawberry jelly. :)

a testament to the the power of the subliminal message!

k.

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please have mercy!!!  i'm stuck at work, and i can't get biscuits  for
hours!!!

>----------
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>sent:  tuesday, october 28, 1997 1:17 pm
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>subject:       re: biscuits? i'm hungry! (nigc)
>
>>>all this talk about biscuits made me think: maybe it's all a big
>>>subliminal thing to get us to eat all our meals at the flying biscuit.
>>>hmm, that emily, she's a sneaky one.
>>
>>i knew it!  i knew it!  someone call oliver stone!  it's all a conspiracy!
>
>what's funny (to me anyway) is that i haven't had a chance to keep up on
>list mail so i haven't been reading any posts about biscuits. all week long
>i have been craving biscuits but i didn't have any baking powder in the
>house. i finally got to the store last night and bought some real butter
>and baking powder and made a dozen scrumptious butter biscuits. mmmmmmmmmm.
>ok i made it through 3 before i got sick so the others went to waste. :(
>next time i'll freeze the dough i now know i can't eat in one sitting. i'll
>also use unsalted butter, they were a bit too salty. if anyone wants my
>recipe email me off list. ;) there is nothing in the world quite like a
>biscuit and homemade strawberry jelly. :)
>
>a testament to the the power of the subliminal message!
>
>k.
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okay, this is more loigc (lack of indigo girl content) on the part of
rolling stone magazine.

i just got the new edition of rs, women in rock. while they do mention
joni mitchell, ani difranco, criss hynde and melissa e. they failed to
mention indigo girls at all.

what is it with rs and vh-1? it seems like every time one of these wimps
runs a "women in rock" type of special, they always fail to mention
ig!!?

bummer. but the piece on joni is good!

peace,

dan
austin, texas

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joan m. cyr wrote:

> at 4:46 pm -0400 10/28/97, amy m. wrote:
> >hey all,
> >
> >all this talk about biscuits made me think: maybe it's all a big
> >subliminal thing to get us to eat all our meals at the flying biscuit.
> >hmm, that emily, she's a sneaky one.
>
> i knew it!  i knew it!  someone call oliver stone!  it's all a conspiracy!
>
> ok, i'll shut up now....
>
> la de da de da....

is that the twilight zone theme?  do-do-do-do do-do-do-do

oliver stone?  i'm going to call prime time and see if they'll do a story
about subliminal messages at indigo girl concerts.  maybe they'll even invite
me on the show and i can finally meet a and e.....

sharon

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this reminded me of a question i've been wanting to ask for a while....

>kid fears - a song about the boogeyman, dentists, and the dark.

i feel stupid for asking but can anyone elaborate on what the term kid
fears actually means....i've never quite understood.

helen

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anybody know who's opening for the girls at the u dayton concert?

just wondering...
amy k.

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subject:      new haven tonight

i'm gonna be wearing my folkisgruvin list-shirt and a green flannel ... i''ll
take it off inside ... plus a jean jacket ....

hope amy does do romeo and juliet live ... i've seen them 14 times and never
heard it live once !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

chris

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this will announced later today in nebraska:

saturday dec 6th / omaha music hall / omaha, ne

on sale this saturday

deb

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hey folks,

helen asked:
> i feel stupid for asking but can anyone elaborate on what the term kid
> fears actually means....i've never quite understood.

fear of goats.

duh. :)

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subject:      re: vonda shepard

"maryland" is on vonda's album "it's good, eve."  it's great, so check it
out, though the women's work cd is equally awesome and it's got live ani on
it!

sara lynn

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 15:49:06 -0700
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subject:      re: rolling stone (sigc)
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on tue, 28 oct 1997, dan perkins wrote:

> okay, this is more loigc (lack of indigo girl content) on the part of
> rolling stone magazine.
>
> i just got the new edition of rs, women in rock. while they do mention
> joni mitchell, ani difranco, criss hynde and melissa e. they failed to
> mention indigo girls at all.
>
> what is it with rs and vh-1? it seems like every time one of these wimps
> runs a "women in rock" type of special, they always fail to mention
> ig!!?
>
> bummer. but the piece on joni is good!
>
> peace,
>
> dan
> austin, texas
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wow,

that completely shocks me. i've been looking forward to that issue all
summer, just to see what they say about the girls. aargh, damn rolling
stone!

amy m.

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 15:50:04 -0700
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on tue, 28 oct 1997, sb wrote:

> joan m. cyr wrote:
>
> > at 4:46 pm -0400 10/28/97, amy m. wrote:
> > >hey all,
> > >
> > >all this talk about biscuits made me think: maybe it's all a big
> > >subliminal thing to get us to eat all our meals at the flying biscuit.
> > >hmm, that emily, she's a sneaky one.
> >
> > i knew it!  i knew it!  someone call oliver stone!  it's all a conspiracy!
> >
> > ok, i'll shut up now....
> >
> > la de da de da....
>
> is that the twilight zone theme?  do-do-do-do do-do-do-do
>
> oliver stone?  i'm going to call prime time and see if they'll do a story
> about subliminal messages at indigo girl concerts.  maybe they'll even invite
> me on the show and i can finally meet a and e.....
>
> sharon
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right sharon,

and then, you woke up! ha ha. just kidding, you know i love ya.

:0)

amy m.

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hey y'all...


this being the largest group of people that i can reach at one time, i decided to post a question...i hope no one minds, but, i figured that at least someone could help me out...


anyway...i've been recently looking for some reading material

(other than the stuff i have to read)

on religion/sexuality...particularly on christianity...

my sudden interest is a result of my wonderful mother's intense (recent) addiction to christian talk radio and talk of my "conversion" away from

the lifestyle i have "chosen"...i had always been really close to my parents,

and neither of them were ever very religious, until now...


so, if anyone could suggest some readings or anything else

to help me in combatting her constant suggestions to enroll

myself in an "overcomers" group in weaton, il...


sorry for the non-indigo message...

peace

~melissa

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(847) 332-4004

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 18:50:03 -0500
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>and, lastly, what does the grey shark with an orange snowflake on the
>black >long sleeve shirt mean?...hmmm...   (j.k.)

ok, here is my guess....it is a warm winter shirt, with a wintery theme.
i think the fish is a smelt--the fish caught when ice fishing--
thus the snowflake.  but i think i would have made the snowflake ice blue.
it does look a bit halloweenie!!  but i really love mine.

deb

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 16:08:51 -0700
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        i think i'm a few days from being booted from this list and if
that's the case, i don't want it to happen because when i tried to renew
my subscription through listserv or whatever it said i wasn't signed up
on this list which can't be true because well i'm getting all this mail
aren't i so who can help me....

challenged in every way possible,
mysteri

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 19:27:49 -0500
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just when i thought spin magazine had also ditched our girls in their all
girl issue, like rolling stone, i saw shaming in their stack of essential
cd's.  also included, patti smith - horses.  of course, they also included
the new 10,000 maniacs sans natalie merchant, which, imho, sucks.  but
whatever.  it wasn't enough igc, but it's a start.  happy tuesday, kids!

elizabeth

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-k's choice, "dad"

"how i long to fall just a little bit, to dance out of the
lines and stray from the light"
-dar williams, "iowa"

"the piglet was sitting on the ground at the door of his house
blowing happily at a dandelion, and wondering whether it would
be this year, next year, sometime or never.  he had just
discovered that it would be never, and was trying to remember
what 'it' was, and hoping it wasn't anything nice, when pooh
came up."
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hi there.  help.  i am issuing a heartfelt plea to this list to please
point me in the right direction as to how i can get tix for the geneseo
(1st choice) or geneva show.  i am a school teacher in ontario, canada and
we are involved in a province-wide political protest.  fellow list-member,
lori brinkman(mcleod), and i are needing some happiness in our lives and
the ig's never play in toronto and we have to attend at least one of these
concerts.  please, are they sold out?  how do we get tix?  i am searching
for 3 tix.  please email me if you can help us out.
forever appreciative,

tami

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 20:59:00 -0500
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just heard about this one:

thursday dec 4th / ames, ia / stephens auditorium

tix reportedly go on sale this saturday

deb

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 20:49:13 -0500
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        just a quick question..

why is it, that the person who set up the page at
www.geocities.com/westhollywood/1769/nl2.html
put a lil logo that says "this page is for viewers of the age 18 or over
only" or something along the lines of that with a huge 18+ above it? hello?
what is so adult about that? why do you find people
under the age of 18 too immature to look at a list of names of gays and
lesbians in history? all this talk about wanting to educate the public on
homosexuality and being more open or whatever, and you've got the nerve to
put that on there. what a way to be close minded.  sorry for the nigc and
waste of bw but i think that's absolutely rediculous, even though anyone can
access that page, it's the point behind it.

mikaela

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hey everyone!!!

i finally got 2 tix for the concert this friday but i was wondering.....is
there anyone out there planning on going to this concert? if you are, what
time do you think you're going to get there?  i'm going up with my friend but
she would rather look around the college then wait on line to be in the
front.  just wanted to know if anyone from the list is planning on being
there early so i'll have a buddy or two to wait with. thanks!! also, if
anyone has an extra ticket i have a friend who'd give anything to go. thanks
again!

love, ilana

p.s. also if you're planning on going....since it is halloween is anyone
planning on dressing up? i was thinking of going as amy......i have my
costume all planned.......    :)

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 21:11:43 est
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on tue, 28 oct 1997 20:59:00 -0500 deb reiser <dreiser@wi.net> writes:
>just heard about this one:
>
>thursday dec 4th / ames, ia / stephens auditorium
>
>tix reportedly go on sale this saturday
>
>deb
>
yes!!!!


yes!!!!

ig still loves us.

anyone up for a list get-together?

anyone camping this friday night?

---derek
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i know that someone on this list posted that the jcs videos would
be autographed.  i guess it pays to go straight to the source.

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hey,

sorry, but the only thing we have autographed are the jcs cd's.  i only
received 30 of those from i.g. and it's first come first serve.

thanks for the support!
andrea
daemon records

>comments:
>i just received my jcs video in the mail
>last week and i really want an autographed
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>autographed?  just checking.
>marsha purdy
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wow!  gloria steinam is on my tv because she's speaking at my school right
now but i couldn't get tickets, so i have to watch her on campus tv.  oh
well.  anyway, she just talked about dar's "when i was a boy."  that's so
cool!  of course, she didn't know her name (the audience had to tell her),
but she definitely knew the song, including the part about the man who said
when i was a girl.  gloria has taste!

elizabeth

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and what else do i need
i have a dad who watches over me"
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"how i long to fall just a little bit, to dance out of the
lines and stray from the light"
-dar williams, "iowa"

"the piglet was sitting on the ground at the door of his house
blowing happily at a dandelion, and wondering whether it would
be this year, next year, sometime or never.  he had just
discovered that it would be never, and was trying to remember
what 'it' was, and hoping it wasn't anything nice, when pooh
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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 21:38:38 -0500
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subject:      nff question

has anyone heard if they're playing newport folk festival this summer?  i
know it seems like a long way off, but with them playing new england this
week, it got me going.

if no one has a confirmation, i'd like to propose that if someone has the
chance, please ask if they are, & let us all know.

terri

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on tue, 28 oct 1997, terri miller wrote:

> has anyone heard if they're playing newport folk festival this summer?


y'know i was really upset that they didn't do it this summer.  i even
wrote to ben & jerry's and complained.  why don't we all write to them and
demand they book ig as well as ani and sarah and michele  oooh i could go
on forever.

-alanna

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 21:48:35 -0500
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does anyone know anything about the hitchhiker exampler album?  it's on
cdnow, with a lot of cool songs, including "make it easier" by ig, but it's
not for sale.  anyone know what it is or where i can get it?  thanks.

elizabeth

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and what else do i need
i have a dad who watches over me"
-k's choice, "dad"

"how i long to fall just a little bit, to dance out of the
lines and stray from the light"
-dar williams, "iowa"

"the piglet was sitting on the ground at the door of his house
blowing happily at a dandelion, and wondering whether it would
be this year, next year, sometime or never.  he had just
discovered that it would be never, and was trying to remember
what 'it' was, and hoping it wasn't anything nice, when pooh
came up."
-a.a. milne, "winnie-the-pooh"

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 21:54:39 -0500
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i'm trying to get amy j. putnam, but my mail keeps getting returned.  try
me please at v-toye@nga.gov or kliller@boo.net when you can...i've got a
question.  thanks

vicki

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ther are 4 different hitchhiker cd's that feature the girls. they are:

hitchhiker 2 - 1989 - i don't wanna know
hitchhiker exampler - 1990 - make it easier
hitchhiker exampler 2 - 1991 - southland in the spring time
hitchhiker college radio saga 3 - 1991 - interview, southland..spring time

these were promo samplers sent to radio stations and varous other outlets
to get the music out there. you can find them often in used bins if you
are lucky or through the standard collecting channels.
we are fortunate ones,
joe
http://www.moonbase.com/fortunateones

p.s. sorry for the slacking on the site regular visitors..i"ll make it up
to you soon.


on tue, 28 oct 1997, elizabeth skipper wrote:

> does anyone know anything about the hitchhiker exampler album?  it's on
> cdnow, with a lot of cool songs, including "make it easier" by ig, but it's
> not for sale.  anyone know what it is or where i can get it?  thanks.
>
> elizabeth
>
> web page: http://www.muohio.edu/~skippeec
> icq page: http://wwp.mirabilis.com/4242341
> icq#: 4242341
> ~~~
> "but you taught me how to value life
> and what else do i need
> i have a dad who watches over me"
> -k's choice, "dad"
>
> "how i long to fall just a little bit, to dance out of the
> lines and stray from the light"
> -dar williams, "iowa"
>
> "the piglet was sitting on the ground at the door of his house
> blowing happily at a dandelion, and wondering whether it would
> be this year, next year, sometime or never.  he had just
> discovered that it would be never, and was trying to remember
> what 'it' was, and hoping it wasn't anything nice, when pooh
> came up."
> -a.a. milne, "winnie-the-pooh"
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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 21:11:15 -0600
reply-to:     "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
subject:      chicago tix

hi y'all,

i still need two sunday chicago tix for my ig
concert-virgin friends.  one wants to get tix for her
gf as a surprise for her b-day.  i'm really getting
desperate as time goes by.  i may have to give
scalpers some business, but i cringe
at the thought.

please, fellow listees....if you may have tix soon
that you are unsure right now about selling, please
write my e-mail addy down and let me know when
they become available.   i've had a few people respond
to the list after i posted i was looking for tix, but since
they didn't respond to me privately, i missed out.  i can't
check e-mail daily all the time, due to full time work,
graduate school in the evenings, and high school
volleyball reffing in my "spare" time.  so, i don't catch
list offers right away.  i will have no chance at them then......
that's why i've been sending these pleas to the list.  (this
is my fourth.)  not that i deserve any special treatment
(i know i don't), but i don't see many other people posting
a plea for chicago tix to the list.  that's gotta count for
something, right?

thanks,
lisa

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 21:00:03 -0600
reply-to:     "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
subject:      cameras (response to amanda's post)

amanda posted about cameras:

>ok, now all you auto focus dinky flash camera
>users can flame me.

well, i won't flame amanda, but i will say that
i've had great affordable success with my minolta
auto focus freedom zoom 70ex camera, with
flash and only 200 speed film.  i'm not kidding,
either.  i've sent out several sets of my pics from
my indigohio road-trip, and i'm sure all the recipients
would agree that the pics weren't bad at all.   even
the photo shop guys were impressed with the results.
so, slower speed and flash does work, although it
may or may not be irritating to others.  if i don't have
a camera with me, i personally am not irritated by others'
flashes.  ok, so i'm one of those bad flash people....
but i'm not alone.  however, i may think twice about this
next time and use 800 speed and no flash.

sneaking cameras in:
why bring a backpack?  that really gets in the way.  you
have to carry it all night, go through it, have it checked
by security, etc.  i have a jacket that i carry....a little wind-
breaker that stuffs into its own pocket.  so, i fold it up,
and it becomes a tiny square pouch.  i stick the camera in
that pouch, in the middle of the rest of the fluffy wind-
breaker, and that's it.  i've never been stopped by
security.  i get through the doors every time......8 shows
so far....without anyone even suspecting i am carrying
anything in but a folded up jacket.  the camera's small,
so it fits in nicely and is easy to remove and replace.  plus,
the fluffiness of the jacket protects the camera when i
toss it down on the floor under my seat.

lisa

amanda wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
at all threee concerts i had an slr w/ a huge lens
and was able to get it in by wrapping it in a flannel and
tossing it in the bottom of my backpack......

do not use a flash!!!!!......flashes will not work!......
a flash will only light four to ten feet in front of you.  all you'll
get is the heads of the people in front of you......

last, film speed determines it all.  400 can be
good, in fact i got great results of ani with
it, but 800 is better.......
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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 19:54:19 -0600
reply-to:     "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
subject:      more original that a t-shirt....ig stamps for sale!!
x-cc:         melaniekrs@aol.com

hey y'all,

since the list shirt project is slow-going (which it
is supposed to be, so hold tight for more future info),
i went ahead to get my own little project on the road.
i contacted melanie enkoff from the dar list.  melanie
owns a rubber stamp making business.  she made
rubber stamps for the dar list and they are very
popular.  (i ordered one.)  i thought this was a great
idea for y'all too.  it is original (who owns an ig stamp?),
it is simple, and it is inexpensive.  you can stamp snail
mail, boot packages, and everything else that you want to
put an ig "signature" to.....so, melanie and i came up
with three different designs.  two of the ideas come
from other ig listees.  i was thinking that those listees
wouldn't mind their ideas in print.  the designs are
at melanie's web site at:

http://members.aol.com/melaniekrs/igstamp.html

included here is also ordering info.  you should order
through melanie's business.  that way, you can use a
credit card too.  (check and money order is also
accepted.)  each stamp is $5 and melanie isn't making
much of a profit from this at all.  she loves ig and is
doing this out of fanship and the kindness of her heart.
she did the layout of the designs and did a great job!

the "closer to fine by being on-line" stamp is a
saying that someone came up with a while ago.  who
was this?  deb reiser said that eddie from kansas
made buttons a while back, but that she doesn't
know who originally coined the phrase.

the "peace, love, and ig" stamp all in symbols was
an idea from rob hite when we were all throwing
around t-shirt ideas earlier this month.  way to go,
rob!  it looks great on a stamp!

the other design is "indigo girls" except the word for
"girls" is symbolized by two female symbols (the circle
with cross on the bottom).  it looks really cool.

i checked with deb reiser and sherlyn koo (who cc'd
jude shabry) for their approval of this project.  the final
consensus, although they seemed to have liked the designs,
was that the list would not officially endorse this project.

this is a small, personal project which does not compete
with ig's profits.  (they don't make stamps.)   we hope that
this project will be beneficial to spreading the word about ig.

see the stamps for yourself at the above url.  then e-mail
melanie with an order and snail-mail her a check.  if you don't
have a web browser, i can e-mail the ordering info to you.
e-mail me privately with this request.  (please request this
e-mail only if you don't have access to the web.  also, i can't
send attachments, so i won't be able to send graphics of the
designs.)

lisa s.
lschreihart@juno.com

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 22:50:49 -0500
reply-to:     ndygotiggr@aol.com
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from:         j tigger kickliter <ndygotiggr@aol.com>
subject:      unusual request and a word on flashes

for the unusual request first:  has anyone been keeping tabs on the tour
dates since, say chastain park?  i came up with an excellent math project i
could do with my seventh-graders today that would take us until christmas or
longer but i need the tour dates if anyone has them or knows where i could
get them????

and a word on flashes - when i got up at valdosta, there were about 20 people
taking flash pictures in the front row and it was making me nuts cuz i kept
getting those little spots in front of my eyes, the bright-lights are bad
enough but the flashes compund the problem.

peace, harmony, and indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
  ~novitiate of suzanneglassism
   ~president, grlchasr26 fan club
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"and oh, the dissatisfied, with the satisfied
everybody loves a melodrama and the scandal of a lie.
still you held your arms open for the prodigal daughter.
i see my eyes in your eyes through my eyes,
still water."
   ~ emily saliers
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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 20:13:49 -0800
reply-to:     "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
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from:         "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
subject:      re: hitchhiker exampler?
x-to:         joe hamilton <hamilton@bayflash.stpt.usf.edu>
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> ther are 4 different hitchhiker cd's that feature the girls. they are:
>
> hitchhiker 2 - 1989 - i don't wanna know
> hitchhiker exampler - 1990 - make it easier
> hitchhiker exampler 2 - 1991 - southland in the spring time
> hitchhiker college radio saga 3 - 1991 - interview, southland..spring time
>
> these were promo samplers sent to radio stations and varous other outlets

actually, i think only the radio saga and sampler vol 2 (with i dont
wanna know) were promo...the otehr two have regular cat numbers and
bar codes.  joe's right that the best place to look is used
shops, but check folk, rock *and* coutnry collectins.  otehr
artistsw on the samplers include mcc, james mcmurtry, shawn colvin,
rodney crowell, and some otthers.  depending on the store, the
discs could be in any of those places.  i've been seeing
them recently for around $6.


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

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date:         tue, 28 oct 1997 23:45:25 -0500
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from:         guinione@aol.com
subject:      new haven show long !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

well listers .... looks like i'm the first home to report ...

it's appro 11:27pm ...

new haven palace is the place .... tonight was the time ....

i was in row l 3rd seat in on the right hand side of the theatre - amy's side
....

caroline aiken was ok .... please no flames - just not my taste i guess ....

ig came out and did a song w/ca off her new cd (i believe) ....

i booted the show .... sounds good so far - except for the people next to me
talking and the obnoxious guys behind me who screamed out "change guitars"
every song !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

now the fun part .... we're halfway through the show and my brother in law
gets up adn walks into the aisle cause he had a cramp in his leg ... and this
dumb security guard comes over and says "sit down!!!!!" ... then glances over
at me and notices the deck on the floor ... oops - forgot that damn black
tape to cover the red light again ... oh well i think ... there were no signs
posted anywhere about the usual no sound recording devices / no cameras ....
so i think i'm in the clear .... i walked in with it - no search no nothing
... but he say's what's that ...."duh" what does it look like ... adn i
politely say - "there were no signs !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" ... adn he steps back
into the aisle and radios someone on his walkie talkie thingy .... then he
tells me to shut it off ... so i do ... and then he grabs me by the arms and
asks me to step into the aisle ... he said "they want it out of the theatre"
... so i reply - "what if i give you the batteries and the tape ????" ... and
he just said - "just keep if off ..." - so i did - until he walked away ...
:)   <big grin> ... what sucked is that it was right in the middle of an
awesome version of don't give that girl a gun
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! - that's right kiddies - she performed it
- and this ass*ole made me miss it !!!!!!!!!!!!!

so i don't know what that part of the tape sounds like yet ... but that's the
only song i missed part of ...

they invited some girl up on stage to do ctf ...  here's the setlist in no
particular order ... to the best of my memory at the moment ... i'll post it
in order tomorrow :

galileo (the did open with this !!!!!!!!!!)
shame on you
power of two
three hits
caramia
scooter boys
get out the map
that song - the one they start to play and then laugh .. well they played a
good portion of it and then broke into ...
tried to be true
leeds
don't give that girl a gun
least complicated
shed your skin
ghost
chickenman
virginia woolf

encore:
blind faith song - "can't find my way" ??? w/caroline aiken
romeo & juliet !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
closer to fine w/caroline aiken

someone help out - i might be missing a couple ...

anyways ... i saw jazz and mike r and the baigl crew from igboston.list ....

r & j was my total highlight ... my sister freaked when we saw emily walking
off stage and i said - here we go !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

on the fifteenth time i got my wish !!!!!!!!!! maybe it's cause i steped in
dog crap before i got in my car and had to run in and change my sneakers
.......

ahhhhhhhhhhhh ....

enough for now - 5:45 am comes pretty early ........

chris

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