lifeblood: listlogs: 1997-12b


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date:         sun, 7 dec 1997 20:53:01 pst
reply-to:     paper tiger <indigo000@hotmail.com>
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subject:      amy's new song
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when someone posted the lyrics to some new song of amy's i thought i
saved it, but i guess not...
could someone email them to me privately
thanks.
emily

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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 00:13:37 est
reply-to:     memememi <memememi@aol.com>
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a little more on the new song,

yes, the song *is* sad.  but it is a beautiful song.  you would have to hear
them sing it.  it's not just amy solo, emily plays & sings as well.   but i
heard amy talk about it, after the show, and she really seemed fine with it.
she said it was just a little country song, not meant to be sad.

lisa

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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 00:14:18 -0500
reply-to:     jami m klein <jamik@juno.com>
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from:         jami m klein <jamik@juno.com>
subject:      re: language or the kiss

sherlyn writes:

>but anyway. :)  oh, while i'm thinking of it, i think amy's "oh
>mercy..." in the 1200c version of lotk is absolutely to die for!
>gives me the shivers, every time.

right on sherlyn!
i don't seem to have the incredible insight as some of you...
but whenever i hear that "mercy" i must replay a bunch of times.
it just gets me :)

also, i'll be in las vegas feb. 28 -- march 4.
any dates in that area (8hrs. or less) during that time.
any info would be great.
jami
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strong and mean.  a.ray
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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 00:12:54 -0400
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from:         bethany <rhcp@alpha.wcoil.com>
subject:      re: amy's new song
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i don't know about everyone else, but i'm constantly amazed at how
similar people's emotions are...we're all so different, but in similar
situations (love relationships for example!), we all generally think the
same...
reading the lyrics to amy's new song, i was thinking...we are all so
much alike....you've just broken up with someone (or been broken up
with!) and you're sad....and then you get angry...and then you're sad
and angry...it hurts for a really long time, and then it gradually
diminishes... even though you know it's not right, it's always there in
your mind to call...and it's this battle...so you're saying to
yourself..."call..." and then it's "you can't do this...don't call..
don't give in" but then, just when you think you've conquered it...
you've passed that danger zone, where you're liable to yell "screw it"
and pick up the phone, you realize that you're as lonely as hell and you
end up calling anyway...at least i do...and then you hate yourself...

-bethany ;)
that sucks so bad, but somehow, it feels good to hear someone else say
it too...

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date:         sun, 7 dec 1997 23:32:27 -0600
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subject:      12/06/97 omaha, nebraska setlist
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since no one has yet posted it to my knowledge, i figured i'd post the
omaha setlist. after some begging and pleading, i managed to snag a
setlist after the show.

indigo girls w/vonda sheppard
omaha civic auditorium music hall
december 6, 1997

least complicated
three hits
get out the map
don't give that girl a gun
it's alright
shame on you
let it be me
shed your skin
love's recovery
chickenman
wood song
bury my heart at wounded knee
leeds
romeo and juliet
scooter boys
galileo
kid fears
midnight train to georgia
closer to fine

lawyerman's world wide web page | calendar of kansas city area music
http://www.sky.net/~eml/        | http://www.sky.net/~eml/kcmusic.html

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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 00:44:35 -0400
reply-to:     jillian.certo@oberlin.edu
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from:         jill certo <jillian.certo@oberlin.edu>
subject:      what is hmv?  and hey you ny state people, i've got a question..
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on sun, 7 dec 1997, michael reynolds wrote:

> while watching lilith cbc, hmv ran commercials for a women in rock cd only
> available at hmv with sara, jewel, kd, ig, paula cole and a few more
> it is released tuesday at all hmv stores.
uh, what is hmv?  is this a regional store?, cause i don't think we have
em in ohio...

and on an unrelated topic, do any of you know where amsterdam, ny 12010 is
located?  i know it's somewhere upstate, but that's it.  especially
helpful would be any knowledge as to how long it would take me to drive
there from cleveland.  i've got a friend who lives there, and i wanted to
visit her over break...
jill

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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 01:19:01 -0500
reply-to:     lisalisaa@aol.com
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from:         lisa arthur <lisalisaa@aol.com>
subject:      re: new song

tigger, if you think reading those lyrics is sad, you gotta hear the music.
it's one of the most aching tunes i've ever heard.
really great stuff.

from:    ndygotiggr <ndygotiggr@aol.com>
subject: re: lyrics to amy's new song (one of them) & my incredible luck
today!

oh my god  this is so sad!  i'm sitting here ready to bawl my eyes out and i
dont even know how the music goes.  it reminds me of jenna.

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date:         sun, 7 dec 1997 23:24:13 -0800
reply-to:     shufa nasser <shuffa@yahoo.com>
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from:         shufa nasser <shuffa@yahoo.com>
subject:      re: language --the correct version
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sorry!it didnt send right...thanks tigger..
>
> lets say,emily             st             empty
> is here standing           ea             chair
outside looking             my                         at the kitchen
            wi
>    table                   nd
>                            ow
>

> well then,wouldnt that imply that the empty chair owner,person
number 6 and emily are one and the same?
>i mean the lyrics say that "there was a table set for six and five
were there,i stood outside and kept my eyes upon that empty
chair....steam on the window from the kitchen".it could very well mean
that emily's chair is the one that is empty right? if we take it very
far,we could even say that a persons life can go on without
them,especially a star's......
just having fun
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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 02:25:17 est
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well just when i thought nothing was left.. more rambling... but this time its
mystery.  this is my favorite song from my favorite cd.  then when i heard it
on 1200 curfews, i fell in love all over again...

mystery:
"i could go crazy on a night like tonite.  summer's beginning to give up her
fight. every thoughts a possibility, voices are heard but nothing is seen.
why do you spend this time w/ me? maybe a equal mystery."

to be so in love with someone, that the world begins and ends with them.... to
have the kind of love that is unexplainable.  this is what this song means to
me.  that person may not be good for you "yours was a twisted blindsided
highway no matter which road you took then" or you may not be good for them
"my heart the red sun - your heart the moon clouded".  but the love you share
makes anything bearable. "all that we need is to meet in the middle of
impossibility." you ponder within yourself.. how did they sneak into your
heart to the point that you can't help but think about them, no matter what
you do or go through. "you set up your place in my thoughts moved in and made
my thinking crowded."  where does this kind of love come from - so strong that
you are willingly over look all that makes the relationship bad just to hold
on to the possiblity. "what is love then? is it dictated or chosen?"    yet in
the midst of it all... one day if it is no longer there.. was it ever real.
"if it ever was there and it left, does it mean it was never true".  the times
when all things seem unfixable.. all the diffrences emerge.. all the things
that make you different...imcompatable... "there must be a thousand things you
would die for, i can hardly think of two" .. all the things that give way to
doubt and brutality (the pirate)  of the soul.  but whether this love was
"handed down or made by hand"  it was enough at that time to bring two souls
together to complete one another.


thats all i have right now.. so how is it...

well just when i thought there was nothing left.. more rambling... but this
time its mystery.  this is my favorite song from my favorite cd.  then when i
heard it on 1200 curfews, i fell in love all over again...

mystery:
"i could go crazy on a night like tonite.  summer's beginning to give up her
fight. every thoughts a possibility, voices are heard but nothing is seen.
why do you spend this time w/ me? maybe a equal mystery."

to be so in love with someone, that the world begins and ends with them.... to
have the kind of love that is unexplainable.  this is what this song means to
me.  the person may not be good for you "yours was a twisted blindsided
highway no matter which road you took then" or you may not be good for them
"my heart the red sun - your heart the moon clouded".  but the love you share
makes anything bearable. "all that we need is to meet in the middle of
impossibility." you ponder within yourself.. how did they sneak into your
heart to the point that you can't help but think about them, no matter what
you do or go through. "you set up your place in my thoughts moved in and made
my thinking crowded."  where does this kind of love come from - so strong that
you are willingly over look all that makes the relationship bad just to hold
on to the possiblity. "what is love then? is it dictated or chosen?"    yet in
the midst of it all... one day if it is no longer there.. was it ever real.
"if it ever was there and it left, does it mean it was never true".  the times
when all things seem unfixable.. all the diffrences emerge.. all the things
that make you imcompatable... "there must be a thousand things you would die
for, i can hardly think of two" .. all the things that give way to doubt and
brutality (the pirate)  of the soul.  but whether this love was "handed down
or made by hand"  it was enough at that time to bring two souls together to
complete one another.


okay, bye, bye...

poet

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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 00:28:32 -0700
reply-to:     "amy m." <indigrrl@selway.umt.edu>
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ok y'all,

since these are rather long, i'll post in two installments. here's the
first, printed completely without permission...

duo with a cause

        stripped down, revved up and speaking out: that's indigo girls,
the folk-rock duo with a conscience, out to promote their new, rocking lp
and environmental causes all in one tour.
        the missoula stop finds amy ray and emily saliers amid the
month-long "honor the earth" tour, spreading the word about environmental
threats to native american lands and donating all the proceeds from their
concerts to the honor the earth campaign.
        it is, saliers said, the third time indigo girls have played for
honor the earth-and they'll continue to do so "every time we ever tour,"
she says, "until multinational corporations and industries stop splitting
the earth. it's an ongoing battle."
        the environmental cause is nothing new for the pair, saliers says:
indigo girls have sung for, and about, the earth-as well as other social
and political causes-since they formed a dozen years ago. their focus on
native american lands is a fairly recent twist, though, inspired by a 1991
meeting with winona laduke, president of the indigenous women's network
and a vice-presidential candidate on the green ticket with consumer
activist ralph nader.
        in talking with laduke, saliers says, she and ray learned of the
multitude of efforts  by whites to despoil native american lands across
the u.s. part of the reason, she says, is indian poverty and subsequent
lack of political power: "environmental racism," she calls it.
        "traditional native communities consider themselves protectors of
the earth," she says. "now they're sitting on a great percentage of the
country's natural resources, like coal and timber, and companies are
coming in and trying to encroach upon them. they (companies) are wanting
to pay impoverished tribes large amounts of money to dump toxic waste on
their lands."
        "no nuclear waste on native lands": that's the national theme of
this year's tour. changes in federal laws are pending that would allow
nuclear reactors in the east to transport their toxic wastes across the
country for storage in the west; utilities have targeted native lands in
nevada and utah, the tour's press information states.
        local issues get the spotlight in the missoula show: the
yellowstone park bison hunt is one; the expansion of a huge pegasus gold
mine near sacred indian lands at fort belknap is another.
        while politics are an important part of the tour, however, the
music is what fans will flock to hear: ray's aggressive guitars and gruff
alto voice; saliers' clear, true soprano and more restrained
instrumentals. on this tour, indigo fans will get to hear the women rock
out, as well, with electric guitars and songs from their "shaming of the
sun" lp that incorporate all kinds of new grooves.
        the album marks a real departure for the duo from their early days
of acoustic folk. "it's more of an evolution," saliers says. "you play
acoustic guitar for 16 years, you get to the point where you want to try
something different."
        indigo girls have been feeling experimental. saliers says, "we're
both in the mood to rock out."
        "i think the variety's a good thing," she says. "it's not like
we've left our folk roots."
        to the contrary. ray, the rock-and-roller of the duo, has been
writing songs lately with a folksy, appalachian feel, saliers says. "she's
talked about making a stripped-down folk record. we've talked about doing
folk on one side and rock on the other."
        audiences seem to like the amped-up guitars, the multicultural
influences and the variety of instruments on the new lp, saliers says. the
feeling, she says, is mutual: "i feel energy and connection to these new
songs we play live."
        some of that energy resounds from the lilith concerts, the series
of shows featuring female artists including indigo girls. "the camaraderie
of women on that tour was really inspiring," saliers says.
        "women together," she says, "are a powerful thing. especially when
you join it with music."


there y'all go. the next one is forthcoming, so be patient.

quick question: does anyone have a pink "swamp ophelia" poster, as can be
seen in the movie "scream"? if so, where'd you get it?

amy m.

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               -the goddess, amy ray
"women together is a powerful thing. especially when you join it with
music."
               -the goddess, emily saliers
"amy is the stuff fantasies are made of, emily is the stuff romantics
yearn for."
               -the goddess, jill certo

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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 02:28:50 est
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in a message dated 97-12-07 20:41:50 est, you write:

<< and emily made a dar reference?. >>
what was it, i mean i can guess that it had to do with the sond ipwa, but i
want to know.  please tell me.

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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 02:35:33 est
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i have to agree with sherlyn about the harmonies being so totally perfect. i
absolutely love the live version and think that, as much as i liked the studio
version when i first heard it, the live is soooo much better.  first of all,
no piano intro (which sherlyn doesn't like :) second -- as much as i like jane
siberry all by herself, i never really liked her much on this song (especially
not the "mercy" part).  i have always especially liked amy's voice harmonizing
with emily in the lead, and this song is one of the best.  live language or
the kiss is my mission -- i think i will have to take the cue from lisa s. and
be persistent until i get what i want!!!  too bad i didn't start earlier this
year -- i might have gotten it by now.   look for me next time that a&e are in
the michigan/ohio area -- i'll be carrying a large "language or the kiss"
sign!!

molly o+

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date:         sun, 7 dec 1997 23:30:22 pst
reply-to:     mel south <melsouth1@hotmail.com>
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from:         mel south <melsouth1@hotmail.com>
subject:      amy's thoughts re: daemon 4-97 (interview)
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for those who haven't (or can't) accessed the musiccentral page:

     http://musiccentral.msn.com/qas/article/753/1

there's an interesting interview, plus you can hear a short concert ig
played at crocodile cafe, seattle (april 1997) in realaudio.

i thought amy's comments about daemon were interesting.

i copied this from a&e's interview backstage with journalist, gillian
gaar (no permission, of course... and any typos are mine):

gg: can you ever envision a time when perhaps you're not as involved in
the music industry as much as musicians, but more behind the scenes,
other capacity type of thing?

e: yeah

a: yeah. i wonder every day whether daemon's going to continue.

gg: really?

a: it's just hard. my employees are underpaid, and i want to be able to
pay them more, and they work their butts off. and if i lose them, i
really lose the label. and i'm so busy. but this year i was like, this
is going to continue. i'll lose money forever and i don't care, because
it's so important to me. so for me, that is my behind-the-scenes and i'm
going to continue doing it.

[e's answer was about writing music for others, doing notations, etc]

:o)
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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 02:27:01 -0800
reply-to:     shufa nasser <shuffa@yahoo.com>
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all,
i did this little ditty of emily's women and music quote (a quote
which i am terribly fond of)....a little graphic design deal...i didnt
think i was allowed to post it on the list cuz its about 43k!..oh my
goodness.. so write me if you would like me to send you a copy.
                                lluv,me
ps.that corrected version of my interpretation came out pretty
distorted again..agh

"women together are a powerful thing,especially when you join it with
music"
                 emily saliers
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date:         sun, 7 dec 1997 14:30:09 -0500
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houdy,
danielle howle will be at eddie's attic this wed. night for one show.  i
will be there with several friends and would like to meet all the other
listees who plan to also go.  just e-mail me personally, and we'll work
something out.

crickett

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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 07:35:42 -0500
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did anyone boot the iowa show with emily making a dar refrence and trying
to do "iowa"?????  if so, please e-mail me.  this i've got to hear!!!
:-) karen
ps- for all you who e-mailed me about the homophobic as**ole prof, i have
an appointment with someone today about that and i promise i will e-mail
y'all privately!  thanks!  i didn't forget you!  :-)

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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 09:11:33 -0500
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i don't know if anyone cares about this, but the first three are called
"indicated" vols 1 2 and 3.
chris ii


on sun, 7 dec 1997, barbara l. basaj wrote:

> i just remembered this was supposed to be a 'group thing', so here's the dialogue:
>
> barbara l. basaj wrote:
> >
> > the title:  how about "shades of indigo"?
> >
>
> bethany wrote:
>
> > i like your title idea...hmmm...we
> > should keep it in mind :)
>
> jill certo wrote:
>
> >  ...let me share that i
> > discovered a copy of shades of indigo (for those of you who are giving
> > your computer screens puzzled looks, i'm talking about a 1990 interview cd
> > with the girls--shawn colvin interviewed them, and the format of the disc
> > goes interview chat-song-chat-song-chat-song...
>
>
> ok, so i guess shades of indigo is already taken.  how about "pretty pretenders"?
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hey does anyone know who if any is the opening act for the girls tonight?

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when the lyrics for amy's new song were posted i must have lost them.  can
some one send them privately to me?  thanks.

jordy

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i know many people have requested this already but could someone please
re-post the lyrics to amy's new song. i too must have deleted them
by accident.

thanks
sandy
:)


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since so many folks keep asking for them...

the following is copied directly from lisa <memememi@aol.com> 's 2
posts about the lyrics of amy's new song:

====================================================================
well, in a fit of indigo-happiness, i decided to write out the lyrics to
one
of amy's new songs.  this is the one that she did in orlando at the
house of
blues last saturday.  it sort of sounds like powderfinger when it first
starts, but only when it starts.   it's "a little country song"  and
it's
beautiful!!!!!

**********************
well i guess that i was lonely
that's why i called you on the phone
cause in a moment of forgiveness
i didn't want to be alone

and i guess that i was willing
more than i ever was before
cause in a moment of forgiveness
i come knocking at your door

baby i woke up crying last night
when i realized that you were gone
cause it's been two long years without you
and tell me now
when are you going to come home

and i guess that i was hoping
that you'd finally understand
and in a moment of fogiveness
you reach out and take my hand

musical interlude

baby i woke up crying last night
just to realize that you were gone
it's been two long years without you
and tell me now
when are you going to come home

and i guess that i'm hoping
that you finally understand
and in a moment of forgiveness
you reach out and take my hand
**********************

a little more on the new song,

yes, the song *is* sad.  but it is a beautiful song.  you would have to
hear
them sing it.  it's not just amy solo, emily plays & sings as well.
but i
heard amy talk about it, after the show, and she really seemed fine with
it.
she said it was just a little country song, not meant to be sad.

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where are you your web page has dissappeared please write me

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you know that you've been spending way too much time in email when the
pooh and tigger in your dreams are not a silly old bear and a bouncy,
orange, stripy animal of some kind.

dianne

charter member - bulc naf yknib ssim

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hey y'all...since so many people were requesting the reposting of this
song, i figured i'd just go  ahead and do it...
peace
~melissa

>well, in a fit of indigo-happiness, i decided to write out the lyrics to one
>of amy's new songs.  this is the one that she did in orlando at the house of
>blues last saturday.  it sort of sounds like powderfinger when it first
>starts, but only when it starts.   it's "a little country song"  and it's
>beautiful!!!!!
>
>**********************
>well i guess that i was lonely
>that's why i called you on the phone
>cause in a moment of forgiveness
>i didn't want to be alone
>
>and i guess that i was willing
>more than i ever was before
>cause in a moment of forgiveness
>i come knocking at your door
>
>baby i woke up crying last night
>when i realized that you were gone
>cause it's been two long years without you
>and tell me now
>when are you going to come home
>
>and i guess that i was hoping
>that you'd finally understand
>and in a moment of fogiveness
>you reach out and take my hand
>
>musical interlude
>
>baby i woke up crying last night
>just to realize that you were gone
>it's been two long years without you
>and tell me now
>when are you going to come home
>
>and i guess that i'm hoping
>that you finally understand
>and in a moment of forgiveness
>you reach out and take my hand

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all,
i just completed a new design illustrating my spoof on the 123444 lotk
theories.if you want it ask.ill be here another 25 minutes or so and
then back in about 15 hours.. otherwise send your requests and youll
have them tommorrow .the spoof design is about the same size
59k......luv

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    hi.  i haven't been on the internet much lately to check mail and stuff
due to a bunch of problems and crap going on in my life right now, so sorry
i'm just now getting back on the punk amy thing...
    this article is pretty interesting.  it kind of disproves my theory,
eh?  :-)  although, i hate to say it, but i seriously cannot imagine emily
"wailing" and screaming like amy does.  it just wouldn't be right... :-)
    i'm hoping that the next album will be kind of like the last one--a
combination of rock and folk songs.  i really like both styles and it is
impossible for me to pick the indigo style that is the best.
    if someone has this article in it's entirety, would you mind emailing it
to me?  thanks so much.

take care, y'all,
sharon

nunya business wrote:

> hey y'all!
>
> it's funny, what sharon said about amy the rocker, and emily, the
> introspective guitarist (sorry for the paraphrasing, sharon!) - esp. if
> you read this clip from the latest southern voice, which has a pretty
> long interview with emily in it.
>
> peace, y'all!
> nb
>
> ****  snip snip!  ****
> sovo: in terms of your own music, we've watched it develop from a
> simpler, acoustic-guitar driven sound on your first album,
> "strange fire," to a much more diverse, multi-layered sound in your most
> recent cd. where are you going next? any new
> instruments you're planning on adding to the long list?
>
> saliers: probably so. i think amy wants to go back the other way. she's
> really into folk music right now, and all i want to do is
> play electric guitar, so we're always like that. we're just yin and
> yang, and somehow we bring it together and we have a great
> time making music together. you can never really say until the songs are
> written and we get in the studio which direction we're
> going to take.
>
> sovo: is that a change in direction for you? in the past, amy has been
> though of as the rocker, and you've been considered the
> more introspective, folkie part of the duo.
>
> saliers: it's really more of a change on her part than mine, because i
> can't really write rock songs. i would sound stupid if i tried
> to just scream out a rock song, while amy has a natural talent for that.
> when i said play electric guitar before, hopefully she'll
> write a couple of songs i can wail away on.
>
> *** end snip snip ***
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mme dido wrote

>  i want all of the crap !!!!
>  :)
>  the more crap the better !
>  bring it on baybeee !!!!
>  in fact i'll start it off with this post ! ha !
>
>  (hee)

me too
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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 11:43:58 -0700
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subject:      re: lyrics to amy's new song (one of them) & my incredible luck
              today!
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hey all,

wow, this is heartbreaking. does anyone have a boot with this on it?
please e-mail privately if you do.

thanx,
amy m.

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

"we are not empty-headed celebrities."
               -the goddess, amy ray
"women together is a powerful thing. especially when you join it with
music."
               -the goddess, emily saliers
"amy is the stuff fantasies are made of, emily is the stuff romantics
yearn for."
               -the goddess, jill certo

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my friend from chicago just decided to drive down to indy so we can go to
the show at iu on tuesday!  i've been trying to get through to
ticketmaster, but it's been busy all morning.  thought i heard on the radio
that the show is sold out?  does anyone know for sure, or have 2 extra
tickets for sale???  also, i need directions coming from indy...thanks!

nancy

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hi--unfortunately the heavens above got a tad nervous about both deb reiser
and myself being at the same concert.  they were afraid it might upset the
gravitational pull or the tides in the ocean or somethin.  so they cast a
wicked flu onto poor deb and she can now not attend this eve's concert.
for deb to miss an ig concert in milwaukee, her home town, with good seats
means she is near death.  god forbid but she is purty darn sick.  sooooo
that leaves me with 2 lovely seats available right next to me on the floor
in row r.

if anyone wants two seats email me right away.  i am leaving for milwaukee
at 2 pm cdt and will not have email access after that.  if you read this
afterwards and are interested in the seats call deb at (414) 871-8193 to
tell her you want em.  i'll be picking up the tickets from deb later this
afternoon.  we can then arrange for a place to meet etc.  but this will be
a first come first served deal.  not many get the opportunity to see ig
while sitting next to me so that alone should be reason to pick these bad
boys up.  gosh i am full of myself today.  hope to hear from someone.  see
y'all at the riverside!

greg

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on sun, 7 dec 1997, memememi wrote:
this song just about brought me to tears because me and my girlfriend of
two years just broke up a month ago and we still love eachother fully and
we are going to see the indigo girls tonight together...
just thought id share...
peace (:
bugg
********************** > well i guess that i was lonely
> that's why i called you on the phone
> cause in a moment of forgiveness
> i didn't want to be alone
>
> and i guess that i was willing
> more than i ever was before
> cause in a moment of forgiveness
> i come knocking at your door
>
> baby i woke up crying last night
> when i realized that you were gone
> cause it's been two long years without you
> and tell me now
> when are you going to come home
>
> and i guess that i was hoping
> that you'd finally understand
> and in a moment of fogiveness
> you reach out and take my hand
>
> musical interlude
>
> baby i woke up crying last night
> just to realize that you were gone
> it's been two long years without you
> and tell me now
> when are you going to come home
>
> and i guess that i'm hoping
> that you finally understand
> and in a moment of forgiveness
> you reach out and take my hand
>
> that's it =)!
>
> =)
> lisa
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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 13:03:15 -0500
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sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au> wrote:
>(side note 5: i'm still not entirely sure i understand what "handed
>down or made by hand" means.  anyone?)

i've always thought that was the question of whether the love comes from a
higher power (handed down) or is built/created/etc. through the effort of the
individuals involved (made by hand).

>- i don't like jane siberry all that much in and of herself,

i do. :-)

great analysis, sherlyn.  the only thing i have to add is that "mystery" is
one of my favorite emily songs, and that "summer's beginning to give up her
fight" may be my favorite bit of imagery that emily's ever written.

=-=-=-=
jill certo <jillian.certo@oberlin.edu> wrote:
>discovered a copy of shades of indigo
>uh, could someone tell me
>if this is a rarity?  collectors-type-object?  coveted?  whatever.  now

it's not as rare as "reverse 1 live" or "club r&r", but it is a rare promo.  i
usually see it in goldmine for $35-$75.  there are different colored covers; i
have a purple and an orange, not sure if there are others (green, i think...).

=-=-=-=

cajaxon <cajaxon@aol.com> wrote:
>atlanta journal-constitution
>living section -- peach buzz column
>richard l. eldredge

>"amy's a closet rocker,"
>declares pilon.  "maybe a lot of indigo fans don't see it, but both she and
>joan share that rock sensibility."

i know *i'm* shocked at this scoop! :-)

amy's interview of joan jett is online at
<http://m2.monsterbit.com/stammer/dec97/story1.html>.

=-=-=-=

mreeves74 <mreeves74@aol.com> wrote:
>yes, exactly!!  there's digest, bounce, or info-only. and i'm almost certain
>the melissa list i just unsubbed to was listserv...jeez i could be
>wrong...

the etheridge info-only list is operated manually, with the owners of the full
list forwarding relevant info to the info-only list.

=-=-=-=

sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au> wrote:
>barb basaj said:
>>another thought:  could "fare thee well" be about the same relationship?
>
>well, "fare thee well" was actually written quite a few years
>ago.  wasn't emily performing it solo on the "rites of passage"
>tour?  or am i hallucinating?

you're right;  the earliest version i can document is on 06/14/92, at pine
knob.

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paper tiger <indigo000@hotmail.com> wrote:
>sherlyn wrote:
>>she realises that she can "hardly think of two" things her
>>partner would die for...
>
>i think that when she say the line "i can think of 1000 things you would
>die for, i can hardly think of 2"  "sunny" is sort of feeling inadaquate
>that her partner is so passionate about everything, but she can hardly
>think of two things that she, herelf, would die for.

yes, exactly, i've always loved that part!

=-=-=-=
favorite album cover... i don't *love* any of them, but if i had to choose it
would be n*i*s or botby.  on a bootleg from '89 some stage banter revealed
that on their recent tour of europe they fund that their fans their loved the
music, but hated the album cover (ig)!

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sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au> wrote:
>but anyway. :)  oh, while i'm thinking of it, i think amy's "oh
>mercy..." in the 1200c version of lotk is absolutely to die for!
>gives me the shivers, every time.

me too, me too!  that, and one of the "oooh baby" 's in "down by the river"...

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alisa greenberg <agreenb1@swarthmore.edu> wrote:
>this is one of my favorites, too, and why i can agree with the other
>interpertations, does anyone get a "noah's ark" feel from it, or is it just
>me???

there is most certainly a direct reference:  "now i see we're in the boat in
two by twos."

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yes, i am the opening act... just kidding... i am dreaming (:
i will be in the 17th row center... it sucks cuz my friend works for
ticketmaster and she got tickets the minute they went on sale and thats
all we got... which means the radio stations must have a lot of tickets...
thats alright...
have a blast everyone who is going... i will (:
peace (:
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i can totally relate to tigger when she says she's crying over a song she's
never even heard yet! the other night, when cbc carried their lilith special
and they played the entire water is wide clip with ig, i literally burst into
tears. i have been waiting to see it and i'll have to watch it later on tape
because as soon as i heard those harmonies, those devastating harmonies, i
started crying. there's just no mistaking that sound- and no imitating it
either.

(not that i won't be happy to hear the cover tape, which, by the way, i hope
y'all name pretty pretenders!

peace and all things indigo~leah
~mercy, what i won't give, to have the things that mean the most not to mean
the things i miss...~

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is anyone going to the show on thursday?  care to meet up?  just drop me a
line if you're at all interested!

lisa

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ok, i know someone's already posted the setlist, but i'm going to give my
review of the show.

first off, i'd like to say how nice it was to see the crowd so rowdy!  in
a mostly good way.  it really brought the spirits up, especially in amy.
she was bouncing around and jumping all night!  so beautiful.  even for
vonda shepherd (sp?), the opener, the crowd supported her well.  she
encouraged us to sing with her, and after a little reluctance, the crowd
actually did!  it was very cute.  i was in the balcony with my friend
joni, (hi) and the seats weren't that bad at all.  very small
amphitheater.  after vonda and before the ig, sulli and the crew were
setting up the stage, and joni and i decided to yell for sulli.  so, while
she was taping down setlists, we yelled "sulli!!"  well, joni dropped out,
so i yelled it.  it just ripped across the auditorium.  i was actually
surprised how loud it came out.  sulli looked up, and i was jumping up and
down waving way up in the balcony.  she saw me, and waved and smiled.
then i ripped out "we love you."  she started cracking up and continued
with what she was doing.  then she looked up again and i was still
beaming, giving her a thumbs up with both hands.  she started to walk off
stage and she gave me a thumbs up as i yelled "yeeaaahh."  that was fun,
though i think she was probably a bit self conscious the next few times
she came on stage.  so i left her alone to bother dave.  he was sitting
just below me (from the balcony), taking a time out and talking to some of
the security guards.  he looked up and i said "hey dave!" and waved.  he
sort of saluted me.  then the show...i'm not going to repost the setlist,
but i'm going to mention what i thought during some songs.  going into the
second verse, "are you levied . . ."  amy sort of growled it out, much to
my delight.  oh yeah, she knows what i like.  don't give that girl a gun
was touching as always, but i was very horrified when the crowd was
singing along with her really quiet "i said hold me closer, cause
something's happening . . ." part.  my god, it isn't a sing along.  that's
my only complaint about the crowd, but geez, i was crushed, as i'm sure
amy was too.  she did the "give it back" part, and in the end, in her
pain, she was yelling "i said give it back" and backing away from the mic,
making it fade.  a great effect, it made me melt.  in let it be me, emily
said "watch dogs" instead of "spotlights."  i think she just messed up :)
someone correct me if they've seen her do it this way before.  shed you
skin just get better everytime i see it.  more solid and rockin.  they had
vonda shepherd come out and sing love's recovery, but the keyboard was
being disfunctional, so while they were trying to fix it, they were
talking to the crowd.  amy asked for community announcements and did b-day
wishes.  then she said "sorry about this, this has never happened to us
before!"  crowd laughed.  then, they about gave it up when they got it
working again.  so sulli and chad were running around trying to get the
right guitars to them, not sure what song they were going to do.  it was
very cute.  they did wood song next, much to my surprise.  i never thought
i'd hear it in concert.  joni and i were talking about it before the
concert, saying how they don't play it now.  well, scratch that!  after
the song, emily said,"we need to practice that one a little more!"  then,
they did bury my heart at wounded knee.  again, i didn't think i'd hear
this out of the hte tour, but scratch number two.  jerry did the peltier
part.  another surprise of the night . . . the crowd didn't sing along
with romeo and juliet!!!  they started out, but after seeing how amy was
really getting into it, it got quiet.  this is the first time i've seen
that happen.  it was so beautiful, and the crowd was dumbfounded with
amy's passion.  though you could see couples dancing in arms in the
aisles.  very cute again.  after the song, amy thanked us for listening so
well.  you could tell she really liked it better that way.  for scooter
boys, amy did an soc (the other concerts i've attended, she didn't).  she
talked about how she was doing the killing, over and over.  kinda like
she's to blame.  breathtaking.  for the encore, when i saw chad bring out
her black beautiful guitar, i held my breath for kid fears (a fav of mine,
which i had yet to hear at the recent concerts).  then that wonderful
chord rang out, and my wishes were answered!  i fell over in the aisle.  i
got weird looks, but oh well.  then by the end of the song, i was hanging
all over the bar of the balcony.  i was so into it, i didn't even
consciously hear anything until the end of the "secret staircase" verse.
oh wow.  then, when the show couldn't get any better . . . it did!  they
did midnight train to georgia!  another rareity!!  they said, i think
emily, that they don't usually do it unless it's with that one soul
singer, the one on 1200c, but tonight they had someone who could sing the
part.  so, vonda did the soul part, and she rocked it out indeed.  that
lady has a set of pipes!!  she did the part so well, i was really
impressed.  vonda's music is a little more geared for the more popular
appeal, imho, kinda like the same crowd for sarah mclachlan and jewel, but
she definitely did it well.  she's a great vocalist and pianist.  i mean
no disrespect here at all.
overall, as far as the actual concert goes, it was the best one i had
ever been to (four now).  the level of crowd participation was
unbelievable, excluding of course the horrifying dgtgag participation.
people were dancing in the aisles, singing, and really keeping the girls
in a good mood.  amy was intense, sexy as ever (i swear she drives me
batty!!), but bubbly and happy, which made her so very cute.  i even saw
emily bend over and lift a leg in intensity occaisionally.  together, they
were as solid and together as i'd ever hoped.  just "on."  unfortunately,
the was the venue was, the buses pulled into a garage-like place, and
doors closed behind them, so nobody got to see them before or after :(
believe me, joni and i were there both before and after.  the security
people were being asses too.  i know it's their job to get us out, but
they were very rude about it.  we bought sulli a gift, so we waited around
the trucks that were outside as they were loading (please don't flame too
hard, i know they had lots of work to do to pack up and leave), and one
nice guy promised us he'd get it to her, but i didn't get to talk to her
this time.  so that's it.  thanks if you made it this far!

basking in indigo afterglow again (after only 2 weeks since the last
concerts :)

kelly s

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deb wrote:

> =-=-=-=
> jill certo <jillian.certo@oberlin.edu> wrote:
> >discovered a copy of shades of indigo
> >uh, could someone tell me
> >if this is a rarity?  collectors-type-object?  coveted?  whatever.  now
>
> it's not as rare as "reverse 1 live" or "club r&r", but it is a rare promo.  i
> usually see it in goldmine for $35-$75.  there are different colored covers; i
> have a purple and an orange, not sure if there are others (green, i think...).
>
> =-=-=-=

i have "shades..." on vinyl with a green cover and paid $45 for it from a
collectibles dealer.  i didn't know that there were different color covers.  i'll
have to keep my eyes open.  great find, jill!  congratualtions!

dianne

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in a message dated 97-12-08 15:03:46 est, you write:

<< sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au> wrote:
>but anyway. :)  oh, while i'm thinking of it, i think amy's "oh
>mercy..." in the 1200c version of lotk is absolutely to die for!
>gives me the shivers, every time.

me too, me too!  that, and one of the "oooh baby" 's in "down by the
river"...
  >>
yep!!!  and how about amy's "prayer on your brea-ea-ea-th" pushin' the needle
too far?  pushes my buttons every time! :-)

pam

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there are 4 colors:  orange and blue for the cd, and green and
purple for the vinyl.  when it came out long long ago, i had heard that
only 1000 were made on vinyl.  wish i had grabbed that purple
one when i saw it (at least i got green..)

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> > it's not as rare as "reverse 1 live" or "club r&r", but it is a rare promo.  i
> > usually see it in goldmine for $35-$75.  there are different colored covers; i
> > have a purple and an orange, not sure if there are others (green, i think...).

yeah, mine's purple.
what are reverse 1 live and club r&r?
jill

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>sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au> wrote:
>>barb basaj said:
>>>another thought:  could "fare thee well" be about the same relationship?
>>
>>well, "fare thee well" was actually written quite a few years
>>ago.  wasn't emily performing it solo on the "rites of passage"
>>tour?  or am i hallucinating?
>
>you're right;  the earliest version i can document is on 06/14/92, at pine
>knob.

actually i think that this song was left off rites.  if you have the rites
of passgae tour book, there are some pics from the studio.  in the back of
one of them there is a list of songs for the album and (if you look
reeeealy closely) fare thee well is on the list.

in case anyone's interested,
rob
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        has anyone ever heard of susan werner?  i heard her the other
night at a friends house and she really rocked.  my friend said she was
from the philly area.  i would love to get some of her stuff.  if anyone
has any info at all please email me. thanks.

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amy j. putnam wrote:
>
> there are 4 colors:  orange and blue for the cd

  actually, my cd cover is purple!  well, i got it free when i bought my
very first cd (and can we all chant in unison what that was?)  "indigo
girls" of course! i didn't even have a cd player yet!  the guy who gave
it to me just said "here, you're the only other person besides me that i
think would want to listen to this!"  (yes!!!)  oh, and does everyone
else's cd's say on the actual cd "demonstration - not for sale"?

  later,
   twink!

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i'm just going to add a few things :)

on mon, 8 dec 1997, stewart wrote:

>
> first off, i'd like to say how nice it was to see the crowd so rowdy!  in
> a mostly good way.  it really brought the spirits up, especially in amy.

i didn't think the crowd was all that rowdy, nor did i think amy's spirits
were all that high.  i thought she just seemed sheepish because she made a
few mistakes during the evening, but my companion thought that she seemed
actually down.  she looked sad to me during love's recovery.  but she put
on a great show, regardless of her emotional state.

emily, on the other hand, was really up.  i don't really like leeds all
that much, but i really liked her performance.  on an electric piano.  and
she sang it angry!  i loved when she spoke the lines about the politician
on the tv.  and the pristine sheets part was very emphatic, as well.

> vonda shepherd come out and sing love's recovery, but the keyboard was
> being disfunctional, so while they were trying to fix it, they were
> talking to the crowd.  amy asked for community announcements and did b-day
> wishes.  then she said "sorry about this, this has never happened to us
> before!"  crowd laughed.  then, they about gave it up when they got it

someone ran up and requested "hey jesus."  emily said
(unconvincingly), "oh, i'm so sorry, i don't know that one anymore."

> i'd hear it in concert.  joni and i were talking about it before the
> concert, saying how they don't play it now.  well, scratch that!  after
> the song, emily said,"we need to practice that one a little more!"  then,

and on let it be me.  they had to start over twice.  but i was glad to
hear it.  and amy said, "and *now* our president has no good idea of who
the masses are..."

> part.  another surprise of the night . . . the crowd didn't sing along
> with romeo and juliet!!!  they started out, but after seeing how amy was
> really getting into it, it got quiet.  this is the first time i've seen
> that happen.  it was so beautiful, and the crowd was dumbfounded with
> amy's passion.  though you could see couples dancing in arms in the

i was so happy to finally hear it!  i about had a heart attack
(literally).  and i worked really hard at not singing along, btw.
>scooter
> boys, amy did an soc (the other concerts i've attended, she didn't).  she
> talked about how she was doing the killing, over and over.  kinda like
> she's to blame.  breathtaking.  for the encore, when i saw chad bring out

she did a little of "cortez the killer."  and emily has really been
studying up on her neil young guitar solos!

> oh wow.  then, when the show couldn't get any better . . . it did!  they
> did midnight train to georgia!  another rareity!!  they said, i think
> emily, that they don't usually do it unless it's with that one soul
> singer, the one on 1200c, but tonight they had someone who could sing the
> part.  so, vonda did the soul part, and she rocked it out indeed.  that

another song i, too, thought i'd never hear.  it was wonderful.  and i
thought vonda's guitar guy, val, was really good.  he did the little
whoo-hoo whistle movements.

-garian

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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 18:49:16 -0400
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from:         jill certo <jillian.certo@oberlin.edu>
subject:      re: shades of indigo covers
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on mon, 8 dec 1997, the mighty twink intoned:
> does everyone else's cd's say on the actual cd "demonstration - not for
> sale"?
hey, yeah, it does.  i didn't see that until you mentioned it--it's in
real tiny print on the top of the cd. interesting...

*how* many of these cd's are in existence?  is this one of those, like
that (bootlegged) in with the out crowd, that only a certain (small)
number were made?  are we the fortunate ones?
can i ask any more questions?
jill?

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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 18:51:45 est
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hey all!  not to belabor a point, but i have some new info...

i just received an email and had a long conversation with leslie stewart, the
program director of our cool radio station wfpk here in louisville.  at my
begging and insistence, she tried everything to get the girls to do an in
studio interview before their show, but it didn't happen.

well, lo and behold, amy called leslie a couple of days ago to apologize for
not getting it together for an interview - she said they were both really
burned from the tour.  she also wanted to plug danielle howle, who leslie
plays already in light rotation.  anyway, during their conversation, leslie
asked amy what she thought of the show, and amy said they loved the palace,
but she did mention the somewhat "rough crowd", and made specific reference to
something like some innebriated southern kids up front.  so there you have it.
amy herself was not completely overjoyed with that element of the crowd that
night.

actually, this kind of confirms what we've all said, which was that there was
a pocket of younger, roudier girls up front, but that by and large the crowd
was energetic but very into the show.  i personally had a fabulous time and
thought the girls seemed to be having a lot of fun.  please keep in mind that
amy called leslie in her public mode as one of the indigo girls, and leslie
told me she did not mind if i posted this info to the list. so if anyone
thinks thinks this is an inappropriate post (one never knows around here!) -
tell it to yo momma, cuz i did my cya work.

feeling the love,

bonnie

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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 19:03:26 est
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thank you to everyone who responded! i just hope i get the posters before or
at least soon after the holidays!
anna

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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 18:59:36 -0500
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jillian.certo@oberlin.edu wrote:

> can i ask any more questions?

        we've taken a vote... and we all believe that your question quota has
been exceeded!  <grin>

        oh, and we dropped off our cd101 ig show pics... should get them back
in a couple of days.  guess we will be scanning fools once we get them
back!  <jeez, considering how lax security was at the palace, i've been
kicking myself for not bringing the camera there too!>

later,
twink!
(who knows jill well enough to feel sure she knows i'm just joking
w/her.)

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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 19:10:17 -0500
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rob hite wrote:

> i haven't been reading all of the posts on this but i know that the
> song is about 2 oppposite people "standing at opposite poles" but
> "equal partners in" the "mystery"

that's always been how i interpreted it too rob!  and, as i sat here
reading your post... it struck me that it also reminded me of something
i'd written myself.  (strangely enough i'd entitled it "play of gray")

"you wanna live your life like a raging sea,
what i'm looking for is some serenity."

just a little snippet, but you get the idea... and i felt it was dealing
with the same "opposites" that emily suggests in this song!

enough on that,
twink!

(wonder why i'm posting so much tonight?  dunno... must be feeling
talkative!)

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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 19:11:47 est
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i especially like it on kid fears when the guy  (forgot his name) is dinging
the chorus and amy in the background sings "from the-he-he years"  such
emotion!!!

also on joking, i think it's emily (correct me if i'm wrong) but during the
guitar solo towards the wend of the song, she sings " ahhh yeah"  i don't know
why i like that so much, it just has this cute little ring to it :-)

kim

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greetings to the land of indigo!

i have been seeing a lot of posts from listees
about recent ig shows, but haven't seen anything
about boots of them.  are there boots floating around
or did no one boot these shows?  i am especially
looking for a boot of whatever show had the new
amy song on it.  maybe we could set up a tree of
some sort.   i have over 100 boots, so if you have
a boot of a recent show (sept, oct, nov, dec) email
me and hopefully we can work out a trade.  thanks.

take care and peace!

-deb


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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 17:02:38 -0800
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ok *grin* yes it is purple.  i was at work when i posted the colors
and i recalled it more as blue.  but yes, the cd comes in
purple and orange.

sorry for my brain skip.....

                          _________
amy p.                    \       /     who holds your hand
pegasus@crl.com            \     /      when you're alone
monk@world.std.com          \   /
the original photo monk      \ /                --patty larkin
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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 20:16:28 -0500
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subject:      can you help me?

ok, so i really really want to start a boot collection . . . at least
getting some of the essentials (esp color me grey, tuesday's children,
and live at the purple parrot) . . . but since i have nothing it's hard
to know where to begin!  if anybody can help, you can email me privately
and i'd really appreciate it!!!!  thanx!

love,
carolyn
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on mon, 8 dec 1997 17:19:15 -0500 michael dorfman
<maddorf@eden.rutgers.edu> writes:
>        has anyone ever heard of susan werner?  i heard her the other
>night at a friends house and she really rocked.  my friend said she
>was
>from the philly area.  i would love to get some of her stuff.  if
>anyone
>has any info at all please email me. thanks.
>
>                                mike d.


yes. susan werner is awsome.  she also has a list, though not nearly as
active as this list.   i have pasted in the info below:
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the lovers that we lose we never dare to forget
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date:         tue, 9 dec 1997 13:02:20 +1100
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hey folks,

deb said:
> >- i don't like jane siberry all that much in and of herself,
>
> i do. :-)

which reminds me - it's a small world!  apparently gail ann dorsey
was a special guest up at a jane siberry show in northampton ma
over the weekend...

> one of my favorite emily songs, and that "summer's beginning to give up her
> fight" may be my favorite bit of imagery that emily's ever written.

ohhhh, yeah.  that's a classic line!

> me too, me too!  that, and one of the "oooh baby" 's in "down by the river"...

just one moment in dbtr, deb? :)  i find that *whole* song to be
an amazing rollercoaster experience!  especially the instrumental
break, with the cello solo... yow.  it always leaves me feeling
like a wrung out bowl of jelly (now *there's* an image for you. :)

btw, about dbtr - is it just me, or are there *way* more than
three voices (a, e and michelle malone) singing at the end?
i'm pretty sure i can hear at least one other woman singing,
and a man as well...

oh, one more thing - folks, please, could you try to cut down
on the amount of quoted text used in your replies?  most of you
have already done so and it's greatly appreciated (not just by
me but also by all the digest folks), but some folks are still
quoting entire messages in replies.  thanks.

happy happy each and every one of you, :)
sherlyn
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hi all

thanks to the person who put the lyrics to amy's new song on the list.
perhaps work wasn't the best place for me to read it but i did and it went
right through me. god i need to hear her sing it.

i left my husband for good last friday and i can foresee a time when i
might just feel like the song is about me.

helen

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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 18:08:07 -0800
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i know this is a little off-topic, but actually it's kind of in the
interests of the girls.. i am searching for environmentally/socially
responsible companies to do my christmas shopping from. if anyone has any
suggestions, i'd greatly appreciate it. i'm pretty much open to any
suggestions.. i like to support causes/responsible businesses when i can.
if anyone else is interested in reading the replies i get, let me know.
if the company/group has a website, that is especially appreciated :)
thanks y'all!

emily

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ndygotiggr wrote:
>oh my god  this is so sad!  i'm sitting here ready to bawl my eyes out
and i
>dont even know how the music goes.

yeah, i was gettin' teary eyed when i was reading this in the computer
lab!!!
>
>
>
>i don't want to know everyone's takes on this song... if they put it on
the
>new album in the fall

wait...there's gonna be a new album next fall.  thats like almost a
whole year.  grrrr
is it usually that long b'tween new albums (1 1/2 years)?  i suppose.
>

love,
  carol

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ok now, we've got sunny and some adventurer right?  well is it possible
that "sunny" left too?  'cuz shawn colvin says "sunny came home."  for
someone to come home they have to leave.  maybe she was chasing the
adventurer.  but maybe we should leave her out of it...

love,
  carol

ps--sorry, had to

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for the person that was asking......the male voice on kid fears on the self
titled album is michael stipe from rem.

~nancy~

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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 19:34:32 -0700
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could you send that info. along to me?
thnx,
ben(who should know this stuff by now,oh well)

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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 20:40:32 est
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i want to second deb's idea of starting a tape tree for everyone who is
interested in getting a boot of a recent show, especially one that includes
amy's new song. did anyone out there boot such a show in the past few weeks
who would be willing to take names for branches? ~leah

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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 21:43:54 -0500
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subject:      re: fwd: new boots??
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i was wondering if by some off chance you had a copy of the udel boot from
oct 24 97. i took my best friend for her birthday and it was the first time
i had heard r&j. i have only a few boots to trade (and it's probably very
likely that you already have them) but i was wondering if we can't trade
maybe i could send blanks and a sase. let me know.

thanks in advance

michelle

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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 20:23:45 est
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i am looking for some bootlegs from this tour ...only looking for excellent
quality stuff..dat's, soundboard, radio interviews, or broadcasted live
shows...i have been off the list for a while so i do not know what has been
offered..i am more than happy to trade for stuff i have, pay, or trade for
blanks....thanks..have a great night...josh

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>date:    mon, 8 dec 1997 19:11:47 est
>from:    kdb3423 <kdb3423@aol.com>
>subject: re: emily songs, shades, jett interview online, info list,
>         al
>
>i especially like it on kid fears when the guy  (forgot his name) is dinging
>the chorus and amy in the background sings "from the-he-he years"  such
>emotion!!!

yeah, i always kinda liked *that guy* too..

<giggle>

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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 22:05:53 -0500
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just a few random thoughts...

when i was in a relationship that had begun to fall apart, the two lines
that i held onto (and played over and over in my head) were "maybe all
that we need is to meet in the middle of impossibility" and "drink a toast
to the slim chance of love's recovery." both seem to be saying, hey,
love's hard sometimes, even impossible. for any given relationship,
especially when it feels difficult to keep on, there's only a slim chance
of it really working out. but it's worth trying as hard as you know how,
if you really love -- even if it means walking into a scary dark place
like "the middle of impossibility." i think that both songs are about
relationships that, for one reason or another, seem like they shouldn't
work -- in "mystery" because the partners are so opposite, and in "lr"
because hey, everybody else is breaking up, what the hell is stopping *us*
from falling apart too? (it is so scary, when you're in a relationship
that has its bad moments, to watch somebody else's relationship fall
apart. because you know that could happen to you, no matter how much you
don't want it to.)

i remember being at an ig's concert towards the end of my failing
relationship, with my sweetie (who's very different from me in some ways,
and so "mystery" always seemed appropriate), and they played "love's
recovery" and i just held on to her arm and cried... wanting to *make* her
pay attention to the song: "these are ghosts and mirages, all these
thoughts of fairer weather" and "to let this love survive would be the
greatest gift that we could give." but, she moved out ten days later.

*ahem* anyway, so now y'all know which songs will make me cry if i hear
them tomorrow night here in bloomington. :-) and there's a chance of
running into this particular ex, who i haven't seen or spoken to in over a
year now, at the concert. oh boy.

speaking of bloomington, i can't do much of a list-meet thing (can't
really plan on arriving earlier than 6:30, and have to work at 8 the next
morning so can't stay out real late) but if anybody would like to plan
something informal... like maybe near the t-shirt booth thingie around 7?
(mrs. fun starts at 7:30, and i want to be in my seat by then of course.)
i'm short and heavy, with gold wire-rimmed glasses and long wavy brown
hair; i *think* i will be wearing jeans, a white band de soleil t-shirt
(if i can find it -- otherwise possibly the blue sys shirt) with some kind
of overshirt. i know at least half a dozen people or so have posted that
they're going to be there, so if you see me, say hi. :-)

less than 24 hours. yay.

-anne in indiana

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hello one and all,
if anyone booted binghampton, utica, geneseo, and/or geneva i could really use
copies (especially if you booted the opener, too!).  it was halloween weekend
of this year and lift was the opener.  please respond privately. thanks!
cheri

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in a message dated 97-12-07 15:55:16 est, missmoll99@aol.com writes:

<< oh mercy what i won't give to have the things that mean the most not to
mean
the things i miss."  what an amazing way of saying, "whatever choice i make,
something really important to me is going to be missing in my life." god,
she's clever!! >>

hey y'all - how bout some deep thoughts, although brief, from a newly 38 year
old on this snippet of lotk lyrics.  it's really so sad to me in a way,
because one thing we all love about the girls' music is the way they capture
the importance of the essential things in life like family, love, simple
relationships.  however, <choking back tears>, because of that very career
which brings us the music we thrive on, the girls truly cannot have a "normal"
family life where they see their loved ones every day and can be involved in
the community of their friends and family.   of course, em is saying here that
those things mean the most to her, and she'd give anything if those things
weren't the things she has to miss all the time on the road!

i wonder if em feels she made the right choice most of the time?  maybe she
wrote this melancholy piece when she was really lonely and alone one night.  i
like this song so much i taped it as 2 consecutive tracks on "bonnie's
greatest hits", and i think it's em's best song writing of all.  see y'all

bon

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hey guys,
listen up!! rumor has it that i've been reincarted into amy..no joke. i
aaam aaaammmyyy..i swear on peace and indigo dreams! i swear!
actually, rumor has it that the indigo girls are going to be playing
gainseville this spring..9remember gainsville from that oh-so-incredible
song??) yeah, that song will have endless buckets of meaning for me now. i
think i'll write a book about the chickenman whose reunion was never won.
seriously though, i met emily and messed up her hair! she thanked me! now
you guys all know why it's so beautiful. so none 80's! so, in this decade!
not only that, but i lent her my wardrobe! you guys all have me to thank!
peace out and three hits to y'all,
paps

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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 22:03:36 -0500
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can anyone tell me the name of the jewel song that starts a few verses
saying "please don't" and ends with something like "i want to be with you
always".  i may have this slightly wrong.

also, the name of the meridith song that says "i'm a bitch, i'm a lover..."

thanks
lori

ps.  this is in preparation for a great lilith fair tape i'm going to offer
to the list for a tape tree..... excellent sound....more details to
follow.... i can't do the branches, but if someone wants to tree it i could
send them the seed tape..... email me if interested!

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hey y'all! sorry about that. something really weird happened. i sent that
stupid little scroll thing to a friend and it ended up here as well. somehow
she forwarded it to indigo-girls@netspace.org instead of a friend of hers.
she's not even on the list. i'm not quite sure how that happened. weird...
anyhow, i'm sorry for that tremendous waste of bandwidth, and i'm sure that
as soon as my friend sees what happens, she'll be even more sorry.

jendy

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where can you get shades of indigo...
excuse my ignorance
meg

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hello everyone,

for those of you who may have been missing my frequent installments of ig
dream wonderment, here's a post to sate y'all.  i haven't had any ig
dreams this whole semester.  ok, i had maybe one or two, but i forgot them
when i woke up.  :( if you want to have ig dreams, here's my suggestion:
quit school. :) (kidding!)  those of you who aren't in school but aren't
having ig dreams, i don't know what to tell ya. :)  good luck.

btw, this post is long.  it also reflects what could easily be interpreted
as *obsession*...so if you think you might be offended, press "d" now to
maintain your happy-go-luck life...

ok, my first dream, which i had about a week ago, was very scary...

somehow i was seeing amy *for real*, as in in real life and not as an
indigo girl, i.e. off stage... except she didn't look like the amy we
all know and love... her hair was pulled back in a pony tail, ok whatever,
and she had blue/silver shiny eyeshadow, very tacky and very scary, and
she had very full lips and crooked, overlapping teeth, ok now in and of
themselves such lips and teeth aren't necessarily a bad thing at all, but
i've seen amy at several concerts and in many, many pictures, and never
had i ever saw amy look like this.  i was very disconcerted.  first, i
thought to myself "oh my god, this is what amy looks like?" because
it was sooo different from what i have always thought. then i said to
myself, "so i guess it's really true about what they say about people
having separate lives from what they're famous for, or amy really is a
different person off stage than 'on,' the amy i know"  finally, i had the
most frightening realization:  "amy ray looks exactly like gina
gershon!!!" like the picture on the cover of a recent "curve" magazine.  i
was so shocked and scared... but so happy when i woke up and realized it
was only a dream, only a dream... yes, i am evil...

my second dream, which i had about two nights ago, shows me even more
obsessed than this one...

again, *somehow* amy and emily were doing a commercial and i had some part
in the production of it.  i was not the director, but i had some position
which enabled me to be there.  so, the commercial took place on stage.
(gee, i'm not imaginative in real life and i'm not even imaginative in my
dreams...) amy and emily are sitting behind a big metal office desk.
they are on the opposite sides from where they normally are... i am on the
right side of the desk, on amy's side, and i am being a little rude, but i
don't realize it at first.  both amy and emily have white paper plates in
front of them and plastic utensils.  on their plates are triangular bits
of blue and green styrofoam. [note: i had this dream before i read the
post about amy's favorite color(s)]

in advertising for the blue and green styrofoam amy and emily are supposed
to eat it and say how good it tastes. so, there's amy spooning little
green and blue bits of styrofoam into her mouth saying things like
"mmmmmm. this is so good"  "this is the best stuff i've ever eaten."
except, fortunately, they weren't actually eating the styrofoam.  it kept
falling off their plastic utensils.  ok, actually, i don't know what emily
was doing, i was only watching amy, but i assume emily was doing this,
too.

so, there i am directly in front of amy, leaning against the desk, my
chin in my hand (in a not-so-thoughtful pose), completely ogling her,
staring at her ever-so-intently as the green and blue styrofoam bits fall
from her mouth, i am enjoying myself immensely, i am making, er, sounds,
sort of moaning to myself, because i am so content and ecstatic, as if i
was the one eating something really good.  (hey!  i *did not* say that!  i
did not even dream that!  i've never dreamed that... honestly... you
people! :))  so, eventually i realize i am moaning out loud, ok, actually
making little whimpering noises, and i think to myself, "i should shut up,
amy is right there, and can probably hear me" then i think to myself, "i
should also probably get out of the way, i'm probably blocking the camera
that's doing the commercial..."  so, i guess i do, but i don't know,
that's all i remember, i may have woken up then.

ok, for those of you who are thinking my moaning was *sexual* in some
way, let me just clear it up for you, it *wasn't*!  believe it or not.  i
honestly don't think of amy in those terms.  it's like amy and the
"beautiful ladies" from soy, it's more of a spiritual
enjoyment/bewilderment, than sexual... but, think what you will, and flame
if you must, but private please, no need wasting list bandwidth...

peace, melissa

-my life is more than a vision-e.s.

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

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

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>*how* many of these cd's are in existence?  is this one of those, like
>that (bootlegged) in with the out crowd, that only a certain (small)
>number were made?  are we the fortunate ones?
>can i ask any more questions?
>jill?


hey,
        mine's purple too....it's the promo i guess. it says "demonstration
not for sale" on it too. i don't have any idea of how many exist though.

                                        -heather

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wow!  we are a diverse group of people!  the piano intro is the best part of the song for me--although i saw it live with just a & e, and i must say, the guitar intro to replace it was awesome.

toye

sherlyn wrote:
  i just don't like the piano intro.

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all this discussion interpreting these songs has been great....exactly
why i joined the list in the first place....
is anyone up for discussing least complicated?

emily

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okay,
    i'm really not flaming here, because i'm not perfect and i make mistakes
on this list (and get reminded about them too), but i just have to say a few
things.  i think everyone needs to go back and reread the faq's, both
mailing list and ig versions.  we get so many questions that have already
been answered there and quite a few postings of things that are specifically
prohibited there (like 21kb forwards).  this doesn't bother me so much,
because i'm on bounce, but i feel horrible for the poor people on digest who
have to scroll through these things.
    and i have another suggestion.  if someone makes a post that includes a
reference that you don't understand, such as an acronym, etc., e-mail that
person privately and ask them what it means.  that way those who already
know don't have to go through posts asking what something means.  i'm not,
btw, implying that just because you don't understand a reference somehow
makes you lower on the totem pole than someone who does, i'm simply saying
that, most likely, the majority of the list understands so we shouldn't
waste bandwidth asking questions that can be asked in private e-mail.
    one last thing - please take sherlyn's suggestions to heart and try to
follow them.  she works hard (as far as i can tell) to make this list run
smoothly, and we at least owe her the courtesy of reading and understanding
her requests.  i've never known her to ask anything unreasonable, so as long
as she doesn't start making us, oh i don't know, paying her a compliment
along with each post, i think we can oblige. :)
    please don't take any of this the wrong way - it's not meant to single
anyone out or tear anyone apart for making a mistake - it's just
constructive criticism that even i need to remember to follow.  if you feel
the need to give me some "constructive criticism" of my own, please do so
privately - i can take it!
    on a lighter note, does anyone know who the red-caped man in the newest
gap commercial is?  thanks

elizabeth <--who should probably spend more time studying everything but
this list, but just can't help a little (little?!) procrastination

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hkf's~

        meaning to be contrary, i must say that i truly like "airplane".  ok
the lyrics are a little weak, but the melody is great!  of course, there are
other ig songs i like better. :)
        but i like all of their songs.  perhaps blood quantum is their only
song i haven't been completely drawn into.

back to your regular programming~
doolittle

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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 21:21:14 -0500
reply-to:     kristina d vaskys <cheesehed@juno.com>
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subject:      fare thee well

someone wrote:
>>well, "fare thee well" was actually written quite a few years
>>ago.  wasn't emily performing it solo on the "rites of passage"
>>tour?  or am i hallucinating?

and then deb wrote:
>you're right;  the earliest version i can document is on 06/14/92, at
>pine knob.

does anyone happen to have a boot of this? if you do (and are willing to
share), please email me privately......thanks a bunch!

all things indigo,
kristina :o)

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in a message dated 97-12-08 13:31:55 est, melsouth1@hotmail.com writes:

<< a little more on the new song,

yes, the song *is* sad.  but it is a beautiful song.  you would have to
hear
them sing it.  it's not just amy solo, emily plays & sings as well.
but i
heard amy talk about it, after the show, and she really seemed fine with
it.
she said it was just a little country song, not meant to be sad. >>

wow, i hesitate to say even this on this list, but poor amy!  that new song is
sad and sounds like the author is spending some time missing somebody.   i
know that feeling exactly, as i'm sure we all do, where someone is out of your
life, but the pain just doesn't really go away, and then sometimes you get
weak and feel like it would be less painful just to take that person back
warts and all.  but then they don't want you back .  whoa.   well, it's very
well said, anyway.

bonnie

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hate to stray from this wonderful non-nigc trend, but a friend of mine wants
to know how to subscribe to the sarah mclachlan mailing list (assuming there
is one). any help would be greatly appreciated.

thanks in advance,
    lisa c.

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>and then deb wrote:
>>you're right;  the earliest version i can document is on 06/14/92, at
>>pine knob.
>
>does anyone happen to have a boot of this? if you do (and are willing to
>share), please email me privately......thanks a bunch!

i have a boot of emily doing fare thee well in seattle on 9/1/91, that
would be the nomads tour if my years are right!!  i think that may be the
earliest.

~rob
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for those who have not yet played:

        should you decide to accept this mission, you have until 12-10-97
noon (cst) to answer these questions.  please *reply by private email* to
<tonyfrapsiv@earthlink.net>. the money categories are *just* for fun!!!!!
i'm not shelling out $1,000's...

       ***btw there are presently 4 contestants out of 25 with perfect
responses.

*categories*   musical instruments, decatur, lyrics, the band, grab bag

musical instruments

$100    jane scarpantoni plays it on 1200c.?

$200    amy has opened "dead man's hill" soloing on this instrument?

$300    ig guitar capo usually on this fret?

decatur

$100    the u.s. state decatur lies within?

$200    musical tavern run by eddie owen?

$300    ig manager, who offices in decatur?

lyrics

$100    it "moves from the inside, out" and "never grows tired"?

$200    there'll be cider on the roadside up near this southland city?

$300    amy and emily both wish they had written this "wild ..." tune?

the band

$100    of emily and amy, she always plays stage left, house right (to the
spectators right)?

$200    name of amy's guitar tech?

$300    two words which end most live performances of ig songs?

grab bag

$100    name of multi-instrumentalist on sots summer tour? (not jerry, sara,
emily or amy)

$200    emily grows these (and talks a lot about growing them)?

$300    he currently plays the harmonica on chickenman performances?


good luck folks!

double trivial jeorardy (practice) next thursday.

tony

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date:         mon, 8 dec 1997 23:15:36 -0500
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hey all!  this is just a quick little note from insanity central (trans: my
life).  i wanted to get this out to anyone who got in on my boot offer that i
posted a while back (for umbc, binghamton, utica, geneseo, geneva and ann
arbor).  i have received about 15 sases from people so far and i'm going to get
those back out in the mail to you all by next week, but for those of you who
have yet to send me anything (should be about 15 to 20 more of you) i have some
news that's gonna affect you.  i have had to ask the post office to hold my mail
rather than forward it, so if you have sent me tapes in the last few days i
probably won't get them until early january, but i promise that i will get your
tapes back out to you as soon as i get them after that (yeah, big deal, right?
sorry, it's the best i can do).  but if you have yet to send your stuff and
still plan to, then you have the option of sending them to the address where i
will be in december, or waiting until january.  if you want the alternate
address e-mail me and i'll get it to you.  sorry for the inconvenience but it
was unfortunately beyond my control (which is the same excuse i'm gonna use when
i flunk out of grad school next term, by the way).  oh and most people have been
really good about sending 120 minute tapes instead of 2 tape combinations, but
please remember that if you're sending tapes in the future.  okay, i think
that's it.  back to denial and stupidity (mine not yours).  take care...

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i went to my mom's house.  it was windy so i had on my really cool ig sots cap.  also flannel and jeans.  my mom looked at me in disgust and said, "you look like an indigo girl."  this would be a compliment except to my mom amy and emily are "those lezzies"  (lezzies--geez is that like an old term or what?)  i was also told by her that i don't smoke correctly.  i don't smoke like a woman.  it is evidently something about how i hold the cigarette.  mom told me i hold it too far down by my hand and informed me that a woman keeps her fingers straight (straight!) and holds the cigarette near the tips of her fingers.  "please don't smoke like that.  you look like a dyke!"  (well duh, mom).  i just wanted to know if any lesbians on this list are aware that you are supposed to hold your cigarette down toward the bottom of your fingers!  then (igc) i was asking her for her tv guide, the one with the girls in it.  she asked why i wanted it.  i said that amy and emily were in it.  the reply was, "who are amy and emily?"  i said, "the indigo girls."  she replied, "you are like a damn teenager over them!  you are 35, and it's high time you started acting like it."  it seems no matter what i do--for each new piercing and each new tatoo--i get reminded that i'm 35.  what is her deal?  i don't tell her all the time, "you're 54!"  anyway, i just want to say how happy i am that there are other people who can love and appreciate amy and emily's music and recognize real talent when they see it.  i can't see my life without their music being a part of it, and the fans--especially list people--are a huge part of the whole indigo experience.

btw, i had to turn in a paper with fictitious addresses and name of a publishing company.  my company was indigo publishing, inc.  at one rainbow avenue in gainsville, ga.  another address in the paper was 77 chicano park in "helen."  wonder if my professor will understand the references? ;)

now a big question:  i have forgotton the command and the address to sign up to this list and a friend of mine is bugging me to subscribe.  anyone remember or where is this located for me to find?

thanx for listening to my ramblings.

toye

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        >ok, for those of you who are thinking my moaning was *sexual*
in some
        >way, let me just clear it up for you, it *wasn't*!  believe it
or not.  i
        >honestly don't think of amy in those terms.  it's like amy and
the
        >"beautiful ladies" from soy, it's more of a spiritual
        >enjoyment/bewilderment, than sexual...

that's funny,  the "beautiful ladies" are definitely a sexual enjoyment
as well as a spiritual enjoyment in my take on the song.  the way she
sings that line...or maybe that's just me.

hey, for the next big song discussion could we try an amy song? we've
done two or three emilys in the last few days (i can't quite decide if
my brain is adding fare thee well to love's recovery and mystery, or if
it actually was talked about)...maybe fugitive?

sarah (who has one paper down, three exams and three papers (32 pages)
to go on the semester of hell!)(and who gets to see caroline aiken, dar
williams, and danielle howle if she gets the papers done on time)
spinsker@goucher.edu

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let it be known that the pain of missing the columbus, oh concert has
now subsided...i am now less than 24 hours away from seeing the girls in
bloomington, in!  praise the lode!!!
i hope i don't miss the opening act...we can't leave lima until 4:00 and
have a 3-4 hr. drive ahead of us. i guess i'll be using that speeding
ability that god so graciously gifted me with....let's see...if i go 80
the entire way.... ;)

-bethany ;)

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hey folks-

for the sake of clarity, and for giving credit where credit is due... i
did *not* write the quoted text below...

that honor goes to the wonderfully generous lisa dupre
<memememi@aol.com>...

i stated that i was merely re-posting her original posts about amy's new
song lyrics because so many folks were asking that they be re-posted.
<whew>   ;o)

alas, but i have never heard the song myself.   :-(

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in a message dated 97-12-08 13:31:55 est, melsouth1@hotmail.com writes:

<< a little more on the new song,

yes, the song *is* sad.  but it is a beautiful song.  you would have to
hear
them sing it.  it's not just amy solo, emily plays & sings as well.
but i
heard amy talk about it, after the show, and she really seemed fine
with
it.
she said it was just a little country song, not meant to be sad. >>
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:o)
peace...

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anybody got one?

deb de canada

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is there one?
please write me asap.  i will be leaving by 5 or 6 am on tuesday.
sorry if this has been posted, trying to catch up.

deb de canada

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well i am new to the list so i am just saying hello to everyone!!!

maurene

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hi there--has anyone heard of her? she is playing on my campus on
wednesday night, and i was wondering if i should bother to go.

thanks,
jenn brown
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tangled up in blue
3 hits
it's alright
shame on you
get out the map

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tangled up in blue
3 hits
it's alright
shame on you
get out the map
cut it out
least complicated
hey kind friend
let it be me
tried to be true
leeds
romeo & juliet
scooter  boys
everything in it's own time
shed your skin (mrs. fun played along)
galileo
watershed
chickenman
closer to fine

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hey look, it's pooh! no, not you, pooh!

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hey look, it's tigger! no, not you, tigger!


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[yes, i'm being a naughty, little bandwidth waster.] <g>

anyone who might care for a smile, chuckle, or chortle may e-mail
privately to receive:

     "hey look, it's poo! no, not that, pooh!"

:o)
peace & miles of smiles in the aisles...

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picked up daneille howle's live at mckissick museum cd (still gloating that i
found it for $1.99), and have had it on heavy rotation since saturday--y'all
are right, she's great! (is it just me, or does she sound a good bit like
patty griffin?)

does anyone have the lyrics for red candles, or a website where i might be
able to find them?

peace,
shelley

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re:  tape trees

i think i may have a few of the tapes that people are looking for.   i am
still working on getting caught up on other dubbing though.  as soon as i am
at a reasonable level of work, i can offer tapes of the recent atlanta &
orlando shows, as well as the book signing discussion (as previously
mentioned).

i would, however, definitely like to trade for some of the new shows.  anyone
who has one and wants to trade, please contact me privately.

and as soon as i can, i'll organize a tree.  i'll post when i'm ready to take
names =)

=)
lisa

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where:  riverside theater, milwaukee, wi,  mon. dec. 8
went with: my friend deanna
seats:  nosebleed, i mean, balcony, and not even together!  geez, i shoulda known to get my tix earlier.  but the view wasn't bad, really.


opening act:  mrs. fun (kim zick-drums, connie grauer-keyboards & vocals), from milwaukee :)
to describe this duo, certain words come to mind:  inventive, improvisational, experimental, jazzy, funky, dryly humorous (even the music by itself, never mind the words, which were few and mostly hard to make out where i was sitting.  not big on sing-along stuff--the only one i could picture joining them on was one called "everyone wants to be someone else's lover".  kim  zick is the drum goddess!!!  (of course, i'm biased, being a percussionist myself.)  she got quite a few cheers and "wooo"'s on her awesome solos, and i'd say it sounded like mostly male voices doing the cheering, for what it's worth.  except for one extended keyboard intro, kim's drumming was almost always the meat & potatoes of the music, while connie's alternating rantings, musings (both keys&vocal), and "phat" synth-bass lines provided spice and color.  about 2/3 of the audience seemed to be getting into it.

ig:
the songs, partially in order, to the best of my memory:
tangled up in blue  (dave on harmonica, em did one verse kind of with a different melody--i liked it;  amy sounded just like dylan sometimes!)
three hits
it's alright  (sing-along)
get out the map (big crowd pleaser)
tried to be true (not a whole lot of sing-along on michel stipe's part)
cut it out (for me this was the highlight of the show.  amy was very passionate, expressive, inventive, involved with the song, even threw in some surprisingly high (for her) notes [sort of an accented "oo"] for added effect, and emily's electric guitar solo--play on words intended--was absolutely breathtaking!!  she rocked like i've never heard her rock!)
hey, kind friend (emily on dulcimer-gorgeous.  only downside was that poor sara's recorder was out of tune for her solo at the end :( )
shed your skin (w/ mrs. fun--jerry remained on drum set, while kim played piccolo snare, some small cymbals (crotales???), & what looked like a very tall floor tom.  connie did a really cool keybd. solo, emily did *another* sizzling electric guitar solo, and amy was intense!)
shame on you (need i mention that the crowd went wild?  of course, this is the only ig song that ever got any airplay in our conservative little town, and now they're beating it to death...shame on them! - my $.02)
galileo (great sing-along crowd response)
romeo and juliet (crowd loved it, sang along, amy's expression was right on)
least complicated (another sing-along, a&e let us take over half a chorus at one point, and of course, the nah-nah's)
let it be me (em said a few words about getting along in our daily lives before starting this one)
jonas and ezekiel [spell it right, amy] (i think they played it, or did i dream this up?)
everything in its own time (em was brilliant, touching)
leeds (just em on keybd.  crowd cheered after "there's no conspiracy".  i was hoping we would fill in the aaa-aah's, but noone wanted to, so kept my mouth shut, too)
scooter boys ("punk amy" rocked! and another amazing electric gtr. solo by emily.  they did parts of it differently, but i can't remember exactly how.)
: *encores* :
watershed (by request--crowd sang along, again they let us sing by ourselves for part of it, & afterwards em said "thanks for singing, that was beautiful!"  oh, and this time she sang "every 5 days or so...")
chickenman (dave on harmonica;  verse about austin, old man... was spoken--amy came across as a folk balladeer on that part--very cool)
closer to fine (you guys!!--you gotta shut up for sara's recorder solo!!!--i know, last song, everyone's excited... that was the only moment i felt the audience was a bit out of line.  the rest of the show, we were very well-behaved, except for some constant talkers sitting behind deanna.)

wished/thought they would play:
dgtgag - all the other reviews had me pumped up for this one, and they didn't do it!
ghost - ditto
dead man's hill - with mrs. fun right there, you'd think they'da played it, but oh well, they gave k&c a shot at something else instead--no biggie.

instrumental notes:
i'm no guitar expert, but i'll say this much--the one emily used on her best solos was itself very beautiful--a deep red, with lots of shiny chrome on it.  anyway, its appearance just added to the brilliance of her playing. (she used a slide on cut it out).
a huge native-type drum, about 3 ft. tall & almost as big in diameter, made of rough wood & skin.  jerry used it on cut it out, i think, or was it j&e?  very deep sound - cool!
underneath this drum, & other misc. percussion, was a beige & maroon oriental rug.

fashion update:
amy - whoever commented on her haircut, i'd agree, it's very cute on her.  clothes:  black baggy pants, earthy beige-&-black striped button-down shirt, black shoes;  a more clean-cut look that what i'm used to seeing her in--not stuffy or anything, just a nice casual look.
emily - looked a lot like her photos on the sots cover:  jeans, brown shoes, oversized shirt untucked, except instead of plaid, it was a large part-floral-part-other-stuff pattern--seemed to go well with the riverside's decor, which kind of reminded me of the swamp ophelia cover.
deanna - overdressed, as usual (imho), but that's her style.
me - my sots tour shirt from lilith, of course! + jeans, charcoal gray button-down shirt, black reebok hi-tops, leather jacket, & scarf--

autographs:
...to brave the cold while waiting, in the company of deanna & 16 teenagers - ok, maybe a couple of them were a little more than half our age - for autographs that didn't happen :( the excuse was that they had to be up early to head for fargo, nd, and amy was already late getting on the bus.  but i did get within 30 ft. of emily, & 20 ft. of amy - we all chanted amy's name as she passed, knowing whe wouldn't sign, 'cause em didn't.  my advice, if you really want a memento, bring a camera

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sherlyn said:
>btw, about dbtr - is it just me, or are there *way* more than
>three voices (a, e and michelle malone) singing at the end?
>i'm pretty sure i can hear at least one other woman singing,
>and a man as well...

it is *not* just you!!! i noticed this, too - there's at least one much
lower voice, plus another at certain moments ... i always wondered if this
was the musicians singing along and the mics just happening to pick them up
... what's nice about the "extra" voices is that i can imagine myself
singing along with the three of them, on my own "private" voice part ;-)

joan (back to lurking and christmas shopping - help?!?!?)

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        >scooter boys ("punk amy" rocked! and another amazing electric
gtr. solo >by emily.  they did parts of it differently, but i can't
remember exactly >how.)

gee, when they make the indigo fashion dolls,  can "punk amy" be one of
them? there can be "punk amy" and "activist amy" and "folk emily" and
"electric emily"...any more?...they can come with their own little
instruments...collect them all!

sarah
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hey y'all......

surprised to see that no one likes the part where emily sings

"when we last talked we were lying on our back.."
and amy chimes in with

"lyinnnnnnnnnnngg on our back.."

and em goes

"looking at the sky"
and amy belts

"loooooooking through the ceeeiiiiiling......"


i forever die when i hear that.  i used to repeat it constantly.  i
played it for everyone.  i was like "listen to them...listen!!!  oh my
god..isn't that incredible?????????"

and oh yeah, i still do it to everyone when so is in the disc player and
people are around.  oh hell!  i admit it.  i do it and tell myself to
listen!!  ;)

peace-
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hi all,
just wanted to wish everyone a happy holiday.  i head to fort lauderdale
this afternoon and will have my mail on hold till i return.  i know i'm
going to miss lots of fun holiday ig chat.  i will be at the lilith fair in
south fl, so i'm going to ask my friend, amy mednick, to keep me posted on
the details of the listmeet.  there *will* be a listmeet, won't there???
also, to all indigohio folks.  the big room pictures are going out late,
look for them toward the end of this week, beginning of next. twink, i'll
call ya' when i return to scan 'em.
bye all!
lisa


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i know i quoted emily's lyrics wrong in my post.....
i just typed what i could hoping that y'all could probably recognize
what i am talking about...

please...don't post to correct me or whatever.

i know the right words.  :)

peace-
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just read the lyrics to amy's new song (terribly behind on my mail) and i have to admit my first thought was "boy! remind me not to get involved with a poet or songwriter!"

all that pain and agony of a relationship you thought nobody else would hear about just out there in the open for everyone to hear...it would kill me. not a criticism of amy, we all understand about artists and inspiration and the role real life plays in all of that, but i tell you what. it is bad enough a relationship breaks but then you hear about it forever and for the rest of your life you have these songs that you know are about it. pretty hard. on both parties.

you have to admire amy's courage for being able to do this but if i were amy's-ex i would be tearing my hair out going "shut up, shut up, please, quit!! i don't want to hear about it! it hurts! stop!". of course, for all i know her ex is doing the same thing, but you get the idea.

on a side note, most of the psychological literature shows that catharsis really doesn't work... that expressing anger or sadness or whatever over a long period just polarizes your emotions, doesn't make them go away. i wonder if it is different for artists? any thoughts anybody?

urvashi pitre, ph.d.

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jill certo <jillian.certo@oberlin.edu> wrote:
>what are reverse 1 live and club r&r?

here are the promos listed in steve clark's discography
<http://www.cgrg.ohio-state.edu/folkbook/artists/discographies/indigo_girls>:

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> promotional releases

>> full length albums

#055) reverse 1 - live
      epic                              cd promo: esk-1670
      1989
      recorded live at the little five points pub, atlanta, ga,
      may 9, 1989.

#056) shades of indigo
      epic                                    december 1990
cd promo: esk-2201
    two covers are available:
    one orange, one purple
vinyl promo: eas-2201
    two covers are available:
     one green, one purple
     only 1000 were made

      each song preceded by a track of conversation with shawn
      colvin.  recorded live at the paramount theater, denver,
      co, october 21-22, 1990.

#057) general foods international coffee promo disc
      kraft general foods               cd promo: shows 25-26
      spring 1992
      recorded at quad recording studio, nyc, during rites of
      passage recording sessions.
      ig portion is all acoustic, no band.
      in-studio appearance including interview by pat dinizzio.
      only 200 were made.

#058) an acoustic evening with the allman brothers band and the indigo girls
      club r&r and epic                 cd promo: esk-4632
      july 1992
      recorded live at the radio and records convention,
      los angeles, june 11, 1992

#059) indigo girls live in san francisco
      epic                              cs promo: <unnumbered>
      fall 1992
      recorded live at the great american music hall in san francisco,
      california, august 24, 1992.  comes in a "rites of passage" box,
      but is a standard white label promo.

#060) breaking curfew
      epic                              cd promo: esk-7382
      1995
      identical to disc 1 of 1200 curfews (epic e2k 67229)

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all but the last have interesting covers unavailable elsewhere; see the
discography for full track listings.

does anyone have the live in sf promo?  i know that when it came out there was
one for sale for $200 and the list never managed to get together on how to buy
it as a group.. but did anyone ever get a copy?

>*how* many of these cd's are in existence?  is this one of those, like
>that (bootlegged) in with the out crowd, that only a certain (small)
>number were made?

the cds above are not bootlegs, they're a promos sent to radio stations.  not
sure how many were made, but it's got to be the most common of the ig promos.

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great product placement last night for michelle.

i was watching brooklyn south last night and there was a scene in a
bar with some background music.  then i realized it was mm's
"patience" -- i think i have the wrong title, but i'll never forget
thesong because she incorportates "quasar" into the lyrics....

the scene lasted over 3 minutes so you get to hear most of the tune ;)

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ok, first: my hat is off to barbara for writing a great review at
7 am - i personally was so psyched, so intensely excited after this
show that i couldn't get to sleep til after 2, and still had to be up
at the usual 5:30 so i'm not nearly lucid enough to put together any-
thing like what ms. basaj did.  i will, however, add a couple of things.
i thought mrs. fun was absolutely fantastic!  this was the surprise of
a lifetime for me.  i had no preconceived notions about the group since
i'd never heard of them except for deb reiser's  comments about
their being home-towners.  i laid in bed last night trying to think
how to describe them - and some of the adjectives i came up with were
the same ones used in barbara's review: jazzy, funky, intriguing,
avant-garde, etc.  i immediately went to the concession table on the
break and bought their cd "no ennui," which accompanied breakfast in our
household this morning. and even my jaded 17 year old son came into the
kitchen saying, "wow - who are you playing in here???!!!"  those two
women are cool as cool can be! if you have the chance to see them i'd
say run-don't-walk!
(do i sound enthused or what?)
ok, just a few quick add-ons re:ig.
the huge "native-type drum" which barbara alluded to is a mapuche drum
(if i'm not mistaken), made by the mapuche indians of chile.  (i have a
friend who imports and sells these, so i'm pretty sure that's exactly
what it is.) very deep sound on this one - which, by the way,
is by far the largest of its type that i've ever seen.
the girls rocked and sang their hearts out and the crowd was on its
feet for all but three songs (respectfully sitting down for leeds,
hey kind friend, and...uh...what was the other one?  i can't think at
the moment.)
this was a real sing-along crowd, which i didn't mind at all since i'm
often given to such behavior myself.  lots of smiling, plenty of
dancing and swaying in the crowd - at least from where i was sitting
which was center section, row u - about 20 rows back (do the math:
rows start with "a") (plus a pit).
the riverside is a wonderful old theatre with class up the wazoo.
much more to my liking than the modernesque rosemont where i saw them
last month. (no complaints on the carpet or chandeliers this time!)
personally, this rivaled my experience of ig at lilith for being
awesomely moving.  i will never forget this show.  the rendition of
tangled up in blue was so creative, but somehow true to the original
in spirit.  they made it their own song without taking anything away
from dylan's original. and yeah, that was great the way they altered
the melody near the end...it sounded perfect - totally unique and
just right. and they did "let it be me!" this was obviously because
they knew how much i love that song.  yippie!  never thought i'd hear
that one live.  plus "watershed."  what can i say?  it was the perfect
concert, the perfect setlist to make me happy. geez, they even schmoozed
us by saying they'd watched the packers play the day before.
hee-hee, they know milwaukeeans i guess!
one more thing: barbara, you did not imagine jonas and ezekial.  they
played it. (i think.  now i'm having doubts...i did listen to rop
on the drive...no, i'm sure they played it) (that or maybe this one
was during yet another alien abduction unplugged...hmm...) (hey, agent
scully, has the bureau made a boot of that last ufo concert available
to special agents yet?)
yep, this was a fabulous show.  start to finish.  if i was a smoker, i'd
have been reaching for a cig at the conclusion. ahhhhhhh....that
was soooooooo good....
<sigh>
soooo good...
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>gee, when they make the indigo fashion dolls,  can "punk amy" be one
>of them? there can be "punk amy" and "activist amy" and "folk emily"
>and"electric emily"...any more?...they can come with their own little
>instruments...collect them all!

hey, let's not forget "introspective emily" - who comes with a little
dulcimer, and whose eyes close as you sit her down with that dulcimer
in her lap, her hands poised gracefully above its strings.

and then there's the question of sara. obviously she comes with plaid
pants and bright red shoes, but just how skinny should she be?  this
could obviously open things up to some serious debate. ;)
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hey all!

i am very interested in a copy of the cedar rapids show if anyone has a
boot.

thanks,
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hey all!

please forgive me if this has already been posted (i was away for
several months and just recently began receiving the list again).

i was checking out some music magazines yesterday and
something caught my eye:

acoustic magazine has an article/interview on amy and emily
in a recent issue (some nice pictures too!!!)  i don't know which
issue/month the article appears in (sorry), but i do remember
that a (black and white?) photo of jerry garcia is on the cover.

the only reason i even found this article was because "the
indigo girls rock" or something to that affect was printed across
the top of the cover.

if anyone is interested in getting this magazine, you probably
don't have to search far--i found it in kmart!

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subject:      nigc marilyn manson (please forgive me)

hey all!

let me begin by wishing everyone happy holidays!!!!!
(maybe now i won't get as much grief for this request)

i am truly sorry that i am bothering all of you wonderful
indigo people with this ridiculous request--i can't believe
that i'm actually going through with this.....

i do not currently have access to the internet, but i would
greatly appreciate any information regarding marilyn manson.

i am not a fan of this...(jeez, i can't even bring myself to
call  him a person/human/artist/musician)...performer
(there).  but my girlfriend told me she read something in the
newspaper about him, and i'm dying to know if it's true.  i
don't believe it and i think she's playing a joke on me.

anyway, if anyone can give me the following information or
can point me in that direction i would be forever in your debt!

marilyn manson's:
given name or any other stage name?
age?
previous occupation, if any?
acting experience, if any?

if i new only one answer to any of the above questions, i
would be able to determine if my girlfriend is playing a joke
on me.

ducking from the flames,
angela
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>gee, when they make the indigo fashion dolls,  can "punk amy" be one
>of them? there can be "punk amy" and "activist amy" and "folk emily"
>and"electric emily"...any more?...they can come with their own little
>instruments...collect them all!

my 8-year-old daughter is on to it. she made her own amy and emily
dolls... cut the hair of two barbie dolls this weekend, one with dark
hair, one with light hair, dressed them as cool as she could, and had
them singing and dancing. her first concert a couple of weeks ago really
made an impression on her. i can't think of two better role models!

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i forgot to mention my little brain fart from the omaha show regarding the
fish shirt.  although i still have my doubts that there is any real
"symbolism" going on there, i thought of a cute explanation.  when the
girls came out and said they were going to sing a song that they usually
only do with gail ann dorsey, i thought to myself, "mttg!!  yay!  the
people who have faithfully read their liner notes know what song they're
talking about!"  so then i was thinking of the liner notes and how amy
wrote, "fish out of water."  so that's the snowflake fish:  a fish out of
water.
okay, kinda dumb.  oh well.
-garian

ps
i also bought one of the ig ski caps.  it was so overpriced, but it is so
cute.  i love it.  i think it's cheaper in the fan club newsletter. doh!

pps
also, i've been wondering if it is possible to see the girls in every
single state in the u.s.  i know, it's not like i'd really be able to do
it.  but does anyone know, off the top of your trivia-rich brains, have
they played in every state?  have they played in hawaii?
[i'm at 5 states.  only 45 to go!]

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>
> >date:    mon, 8 dec 1997 19:11:47 est
> >from:    kdb3423 <kdb3423@aol.com>
> >subject: re: emily songs, shades, jett interview online, info list,
> >         al
> >
> >i especially like it on kid fears when the guy  (forgot his name) is dinging
> >the chorus and amy in the background sings "from the-he-he years"  such
> >emotion!!!
>
> yeah, i always kinda liked *that guy* too..
>
> <giggle>
> you too, hmm, i think one of my dreams in life is to have a coffee with
him, i heard he's in a band called rem, and they're pretty good, actually i
think i know a little too much about that guy, whatever his name is...


<trying to hold back laughter>

mike r.

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i was thinking that was not right - the '92 date because wasn't austin city
limits recorded before the tour? my brain is toasted right now (way too much
work) the the '91 bumpershoot show is the first because i think emily said
she justwrote it and i remember hearing an early "ghost" (she sings really
fast on the tape)


going back to the grind.
mike r.

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lol on their feet shouldn't they be wearing those native american slippers
that kachinas wear? you know those soft boot things?

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okay, two of my favorites are:

* the little major step up the fiddle does right before the solo on galileo --
it just seems to be so happy to be alive! :)

* love will come to you (is that the title?) what em sings "know you are not
this time..." it's waaay too high for me to sing, but dammit, every time that
song comes on i find myself straining for that note. it's just sooo perfect!

and, of course, every note in ghost.

my 2 cents worth...

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in a message dated 97-12-09 01:05:27 est, you write:

<< hey, for the next big song discussion could we try an amy song? we've
done two or three emilys in the last few days (i can't quite decide if
my brain is adding fare thee well to love's recovery and mystery, or if
it actually was talked about)...maybe fugitive?
  >>
or how about "keeper of my heart"?  it's not nearly as deep as some of emily's
songs, but the imagery is pretty vivid and provocative. and it very rarely
gets mentioned here or performed in concert anymore.

pam

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about the dolls....my friend and i were talking about making amy and emily
dolls that are like the rosie o'doll. you know...you could squeeze their
bellies and they could sput out words of indigo wisdom! my friend and i had a
lot of fun thinking of what they could say. my rosie o'doll is great, but an
amy or emily doll would be out of this world!
      dawn-michelle

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my favorite part of any ig song is in j & e, when emily sings
"fear, and a fear, prophets in the graveyard" really high to backup amy's
singing.  it all comes together so perfectly and it's fun to sing along
with.  of course, i also love the entirety of lwcty since my best friend and
i always sing it together.

elizabeth


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that clings like desperation.
mother, can't you see i've got to live my life the way i feel is right for
me,
might not be right for you, but it's right for me.
i believe this is heaven to no one else but me
and i'll defend it as long as i can be left here to linger in silence, if i
choose to.
would you try to understand it."
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hey!  aren't these the dolls we're going to get with our maxell points?

;)
anna

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is until she gets into hot water." --eleanor roosevelt
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sherlyn wrote:
>which reminds me - it's a small world!  apparently gail ann dorsey
>was a special guest up at a jane siberry show in northampton ma
>over the weekend...

dorsey plays on jane's new double-cd, "child," a wonderful collection of
traditional xmas carols (no "jingle bells" here!) and non-traditional songs
(some are jane's) with winter/holiday associations, all performed live at the
bottom line last year.

>> me too, me too!  that, and one of the "oooh baby" 's in "down by the
river"...
>
>just one moment in dbtr, deb? :)  i find that *whole* song to be
>an amazing rollercoaster experience!

well, i was *thrilled* to have that song included on "1200 curfews" because
i've loved their version for a long time, but that's just a moment that stands
out. :-)

=-=-=-=
elizabeth skipper wrote:
>    on a lighter note, does anyone know who the red-caped man in the newest
>gap commercial is?

dave navarro <http://www.geocities.com/sunsetstrip/stage/1928/dave.html>, red
hot chili peppers guitarist (formerly a member of jane's addiction).

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sarah pinsker <spinsker@goucher.edu> wrote:
>that's funny,  the "beautiful ladies" are definitely a sexual enjoyment
>as well as a spiritual enjoyment in my take on the song.  the way she
>sings that line...or maybe that's just me.

the way she sings that line... yes, definitely more than intellectual
stimulation. :-)

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karrie <karrie@ncinter.net> wrote about lotk:
>surprised to see that no one likes the part where emily sings
>
>"when we last talked we were lying on our back.."
>and amy chimes in with
>
>"lyinnnnnnnnnnngg on our back.."

we just haven't gotten around to it yet.  fantastic harmonies in that song!

=-=-=-=
dr. urvashi pitre <u.pitre@tcu.edu> wrote:
>it is bad enough a
>relationship breaks but then you hear about it forever and for the rest of
>your life you have these songs that you know are about it. pretty hard. on
>both parties.

i was surprised at first that dgtgag and cio were regulars in the set lists
for the sots tour... i can't help but wonder if amy kind of tunes out the pain
behind them, just letting enough through to give those passionate
performances, or if it has less meaning the more she sings them, or if it just
aches every time.

then there are folks like aimee mann, who couldn't do a show if she had to
avoid the ones about failed relationships. :-)

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it's that time of year again... time to tell you all about the best music i
bought this year (and that was released this year) in hopes that you'll check
some of these wonderful artists out, and that you'll share some of your
favorites with me.  i'm including some helpful links for more info, and there
are more at <http://www.mindspring.com/~indigo/music.html>. here they are, in
order of preference:


1. indigo girls, "shaming of the sun"
    <http://www.mindspring.com/~indigo/indigo.html>
2.  catie curtis, "catie curtis"
    <http://www.cgrg.ohio-state.edu/~kcizas/catie_curtis/>
3.  matt keating, "killjoy"
<http://www.cdnow.com/cgi-bin/mserver/pagename=/rp/cdn/find/album.html/artisti
d=frn-keating*matt/ddcn=sd-4440+93+2>
4.  melissa ferrick, "melissa ferrick + 1"
    <http://www.mindspring.com/~indigo/mf.html>
5.  laura love, "octoroon"
    <http://www.rahul.net/hrmusic/artists/llvart.html>
6.  peter mulvey, "deep blue"
    <http://www.petermulvey.com/>
7.  michelle malone, "beneath the devil moon"
    <http://www.michellemalone.com>
8.  rickie lee jones, "ghostyhead"
    <http://www.repriserec.com/rickieleejones>
9.  world party, "egyptology"
    <http://members.tripod.com/~bannerman/wparty.htm>
10. juliana hatfield, "please do not disturb"
    <http://www.bar-none.com/bios/juliana.html>

what's that you say?  why no k.d. lang "drag"?  i like it, but it's not the
style of music that'll get a lot of play in my house.  why no ani "living in
clip"?  just didn't make the cut... when i want to listen to ani, i keep going
back to "out of range," "not a pretty girl," and "dilate."  other runners up:
the devlins, "waiting," jonatha brooke, "10 wings," freedy johnston's "never
home," beth orton's "trailer park," michael penn's "resigned," the they might
be giants retrospective  "then: the earlier years," and the nields' "gotta get
over greta."

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---------- forwarded message ----------

sorry previous reviewers, but they did not play jonas and ezekial... much
to my dismay...  oh well, maybe next time

anne

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> hey, let's not forget "introspective emily" - who comes with a little
> dulcimer, and whose eyes close as you sit her down with that dulcimer
> in her lap, her hands poised gracefully above its strings.

what about the "piano emily"?  also on the "activist amy" she could be
seen wearing the "honor the earth" shirt.  and each of the dolls would
have a button you could push that said "thanks ya'll"!

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on tue, 9 dec 1997, angela c lindahl wrote:

> i am not a fan of this...(jeez, i can't even bring myself to
> call  him a person/human/artist/musician)...performer
> (there).

sorry, but i just had to comment on this. the only time i listen to
marilyn manson, is when he comes on mtv.  but to me he truly intrigues me.
have any of you'll watched his videos?  they are quite disturbing, but
disturbing in a manner in which it draws me in.  call me sick, whatever,
but this is how i feel.  i see him as a performer...and only this...he is
not an artist...he just performs and acts the way he does to get a rise
out of people - and he accomplishes his goal very well.  i love watching
him....in fact i would like to see him in concert, just for the thrill of
it!

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urvashi wrote
>on a side note, most of the psychological literature shows that catharsis
really doesn't work... that expressing anger or sadness or whatever over a
long period just polarizes your emotions, doesn't make them go away. i
wonder if it is different for artists? any thoughts anybody?

hmm - interesting thought... i'm a fairly introspective songwriter, and i
realised the other day that i'm still occasionally writing songs about the
same f***ed up relationship that i was writing about 6 or 7 years ago,
despite the fact that my life has moved on very happily since then... guess
there are still a few facets of emotion that can be tackled in different
ways and that only emerge over a period of time... to be honest, a good case
of heartbreak is just plain great fodder for the song... i find myself
having to explain to my partner that it's okay - i'm just dredging up old
stuff to use as inspiration - i don't actually mean it any more, honest!
there's something very immediately satisfying about using writing as
catharsis - how many of us have written angry/sad or even love letters that
we've never posted, just to have had the experience of having expressed
things that couldn't be said face-to-face i wonder? or had a conversation
with the mirror...? whether the subject of those words ever actually gets to
read/hear them is almost irrelevant.  having said that, i have on a couple
of occasion had the very odd experience of playing a gig where i really
didn't expect the subject of a song to turn up, and there they were, lurking
at the back of the hall... and there's me, paraphrasing something that had
been said by them to me... spotting a flash of recognition but never talking
about it... it can be a very effective and subtle way to get the last word.....
after a while though, i find that a song just becomes a song - sometimes you
have to kind of switch off from the original meaning otherwise you'd still
be dwelling on it in a rather unhealthy way... but then i guess i'm not as
an emotional performer as amy is - you can't help but know when she really
means it, and i don't know how she can sustain that level of intensity when
she has to perform them so many times...  that new song sounds like it's
going to be a killer...

seffy

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date:         tue, 9 dec 1997 10:11:55 -0800
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hey everybody. i must have missed the original posting, could someone
please re-post the lyrics to amy's new song. i'm dying to read them.
thanks.

derek

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okay, all these posts about a&e dolls have forced me to dig into my ig list
archives and find a definitively funny post on this subject, circa 1994.  it's
a holiday classic from i-girl (are you still out there, you hilarious chick?)
and it still makes me laugh.

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from: i-girl <ig@nuacvm.acns.nwu.edu>
date: thu, 22 dec 94 14:18:53 cdt
subject: the one gift which i'd adore

need some last-minute gift ideas?  having trouble shopping for that special
indigo girls fan on your list?  well, fret no more, because for a very limited
time you can order any of the following delightful items, each designed with
the insatiable ig fan in mind.  please read on for descriptions:

for the child in everyone, we offer adorable amy and emily action figures!
amy is ready to jam in her ripped jeans with embroidered jacket (jangling
beads and silver ring sold separately), while emily sports her trademark
overalls and a white t-shirt.  each comes with six guitars tuned in weird
keys.  amy's strings pre-broken at factory.  (sorry, sara lee not available.)

hate getting up in the morning?  well you'll rise and shine cheerfully with
our new "first to praise the sun" _talking_ alarm clock!  forget those shrill
buzzing alarms.  let amy wake you up *gently* with her calm assertion:  "um,
you're actually supposed to get up now.  but do whatever you feel comfortable
with."

surprise your friends with a package of our homemade fat-free bran muffins.
they're so delicious!  and they might be similar to muffins amy or emily might
have eaten once!

have you ever felt self-conscious at an ig show because you don't have "that
hair"?  well you can say goodbye to your insecurity with our exclusive miracle
wigs.  that's right. just slip one on before the next show, and watch as
you're instantly transformed!  you're sure to fit right in!  then discreetly
remove the wig afterwards, and no one but your date will be the wiser.  you
really can have "that hair"! in medium brown.  unisex.

been too happy lately?  need a good cry?  well, now there's "the very essence
of pain", a new compilation of the igs' most depressing songs.  let amy and
emily get you down with old heartbreakers like "hey jesus" and "blood and
fire", as well as newer ones like "fare thee well" and "ghost".  best of all,
the songs are carefully sequenced to *maximize* your feelings of emptiness and
despair.  you won't find a glimmer of hope here--no "watershed" or "galileo"
to diffuse your pain--just your favorite downers, back to back.  order several
copies,  and share the agony with your friends!  coffee and cigarettes not
included.

well, those are the goods.  unfortunately, however, the time during which they
were available for purchase was so very limited that it actually expired just
now.  we regret the inconvenience.

-- from i-girl, who brings you glad tidings of great joy....because "great
tidings of glad joy" just didn't make any sense..

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hope you enjoyed this blast from the past!  somebody's gotta get working on
those dolls 'cause we'd all be buying them.

heidi
(on the list since '93 and it's making me feel old and nostalgic)

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my favorite moment in is in "power of 2" when em is singlin "all the
shining little trinkets of temptation something new instead of something
old" with amy singing "make new friends..." and then em goes on to say
"all you need to do is scratch beneath the surface and it's fools gold"
with amy singing "what is gold" in the background.  i love that!

i also love it in "watershed" toward the end when amy bursts out with "up
on the watershed.." (usually that is em's part...).  and then em takes it.
i love that also!

that's my two cents!

:-) karen
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i should have mentioned that the one good thing writing about bad things has been shown to do (excuse the painful grammar!) is boost immune system functioning. james pennebaker (at ut austin) has demonstrated quite convincingly that students who wrote about painful experiences were less likely to get sick than those who had experienced traumatic events and not written about them. so writing about painful stuff is beneficial but harping on them is not, is the conclusion i would draw.....would also conclude that this means amy won't be getting sick much, nor will seffy :) .

urvashi pitre, ph.d.

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a friend of mine's mom was listening to amy singing "watchtower."  she said, "wow.  she sounds...ummm....harsh!"  ever since then my friend and i always say to each other when discussing what music we'll listen to, "let's listen to 'harsh amy!'"  "harsh amy" is sexy!  so there should be a "harsh amy."  also, i think--because of recent posts by sherlyn--there should be "sunny emily."

> gee, when they make the indigo fashion dolls,  can "punk amy" be one of
> them? there can be "punk amy" and "activist amy" and "folk emily" and
> "electric emily"...any more?...they can come with their own little
> instruments...collect them all!
>
> sarah
> spinsker@goucher.edu
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they have tons of them at barnes and nobles across from crestwood mall in st. louis.

angela wrote:

> acoustic magazine has an article/interview on amy and emily
> in a recent issue photo of jerry garcia is on the cover.
> if anyone is interested in getting this magazine, you probably
> don't have to search far--i found it in kmart!
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favorite parts of songs:

in center stage, when emily is singing "joker's dance before the king"--she says, "queen is in the parlor eating bread and honey."  her "honey"  sounds sort of rough and like hunaaaay!

i also like this little growl thing she does in burn all the letters right after she sings, "we loved so hard that it hurt *ungh* "  i can't figure out how to spell whatever she does!

in ghost that strange little noise after emily sings, "...you sting me like a viper"  it sounds like a viper sting!

and of course, amy's sweethearts and moans in land of caanan along with all of blood and fire.

i'm sure there are many more, but that is what comes to mind right now.

toye

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on tue, 9 dec 1997, all amerikan grrrl wrote:
> they are quite disturbing, but
> disturbing in a manner in which it draws me in.  call me sick, whatever.

...kinda like the spice girls...

jill

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on tue, 9 dec 1997, mjg333 wrote:

this set list was amazing!!!!!!  i went with my new ex girlfriend... we
had been dating for 2 years... fully in love and then she found somebody
else that was more meant to be then i was and she is now dating her... it
can be hard sometimes because i wish she did not have this other woman to
make her decide to do things a certain way but i know that everything that
is meant to happen will happen and this was meant to happen just like we
were meant to be together for the time we were together... it was a very
peaceful breakup because we are both the type of person that cannot be
with somebody for 2 years and then not love them anymore... so it is good
most of the time, but sometimes, i get a little bit sad... i have decided
that i am going to leave this state in 8 months and go someplace else
because i can... i have been wanting to leave for awhile now but she is in
school and hasnt been able to get out at the ripe age of 27... so ive been
wanting to leave, but not without her... well now, i am going to leave and
the girls played get out the map... "lay my finger anywhere down"
and of course, cut it out was amazing... amy ray is a person who just
strikes every single chord that i have in my body... i understand
everything shes feeling... i could see that womans energy about a foot
from her body... does anybody else notice that about her... the actually
energy one can see around her...
hey kind friend made me cry because i dont want to go further away from
her than we already are... i want to stay close and im so scared we are
going to drift apart, but i know we wont, but you know how it is when you
are scared...
i have been having these incredible visions lately and tidbits of some
sort of knowledge that will pop into my head... new knowledge and my whole
life i have been feeling like the song let it be me... i feel and
understand that song fully and all of these songs in a row left me in a
teary mess... romeo and juliet really killed me because i do feel that way
about my ex sometimes... i feel like singing that song to her and showing
her how i feel.. and amy sung it beautifully...
the whole rest of the concert just rocked... (:
thanks for letting me babble (:
peace..
love bugg
> get out
the map > cut it out > least complicated > hey kind friend > let it be me
> tried to be true
> leeds
> romeo & juliet
> scooter  boys
> everything in it's own time
> shed your skin (mrs. fun played along)
> galileo
> watershed
> chickenman
> closer to fine
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hi... i didnt know how many of you got through my ramblings to read what i
wrote about amy rays visible energy but it is something i am interested in
knowing... how many people have had the experience of actually seeing the
energy surrounding amy ray when she plays... there was an area of about
8-12 inches around her and her guitar of pure energy while she performed
last night... it was amazing!!!!
we ended up waiting outside for them all to come out (i didnt want to
because it all seems a bit crazy to me because its not like they're going
to choose one of us to go home with them :) but it was cool to see amy ray
come out looking all cute like that (: (:
so anyways... just interested (:
peace...
love bugg

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this is an excerpt taken from an interview with my favorite actress,
kate winslet...

...winslet rolls herself a cigarette--the first of many during the hour
we spend talking--and pauses at the music reviews. "what's good at the
moment?" she asks. before i can respond, she spies a verve review and
exclaims, "oh, i love the verve. they're fantastic. i much prefer them
to oasis because i'm not a trendy oasis type or anything, although i
like them too." she then spends the next few minutes rattling off a list
of the bands she
likes: "crowded house, the sundays and portishead. but my favourite is
the indigo girls," she gushes. "i absolutely adore them."

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hey y'all,
sad as it is, i have to leave the list.  to all the people i owe cards to
don't worry, i sent them out today.  (oh, i was subscribed under sid
kirshner)  can't wait til i get back and can resubscribe.  y'all have been
the best.
for the ig content...i don't know if this has been mentioned before, but
there is an essay about ig (or this one persons opinion of them) in the
book surface tension.  i like'd the book a lot, althought i didn't agree
with that particular essay.
also, jane siberry is playing in la tonight.  i forget where, but it's
listed in the la weekly
java
ps
thanks *again* for all the help sherlyn.

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> > they are quite disturbing, but
> > disturbing in a manner in which it draws me in.  call me sick, whatever.
>
> ...kinda like the spice girls...

to be quite honest....no not really.  i find the spice girls to be
annoying....they lack that certain "umph" that manson has to make you go
"wow".

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in a message dated 97-12-09 09:49:07 est, you write:

<<
all that pain and agony of a relationship you thought nobody else would hear
about just out there in the open for everyone to hear...it would kill me. not
a criticism of amy, we all understand about artists and inspiration and the
role real life plays in all of that, but i tell you what. it is bad enough a
relationship breaks but then you hear about it forever and for the rest of
your life you have these songs that you know are about it. pretty hard. on
both parties.
  >>

actually, when we were at the booksigning, my friend amanda asked the girls
about this particular subject.

she said that their songs were often about very personal private things.  she
asked if they ever felt that they were violating these relationships by making
them so public. (they both said that it was a good question) emily said that
she was very careful about that subject actually, that she thought about it
when she wrote.  amy said that she "wasn't so careful"  and i guess we've seen
that haven't we.  she also said that she didn't now if it was good or bad just
that she wasn't very careful about it.


<< on a side note, most of the psychological literature shows that catharsis
really doesn't work... that expressing anger or sadness or whatever over a
long period just polarizes your emotions, doesn't make them go away. i wonder
if it is different for artists? any thoughts anybody?
  >>

hmmm.... that is very interesting.  as a writer i don't really know what to
say.  for me, a highly emotional piece serves as more of a journal eneery type
thing for me.  lot's of people keep journals, but if you were to try to find
my emotional responses to events in my life, you could read my writing,
fiction, poetry ect.  i think that in sme ways, writing kind of puts closure
on a situation.  if there is something taht i haven't quite come to terms
with, i might do it through writing.

i also think that while some people need to talk about their emotions, others
need to write about them.  "read what you will, write what you must."-george
luis borges
anyway, i'll stop rambling.
jennifer

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hey all! i haven't seen this posted to the list, but then again i haven't
been very good about keeping up with everything lately either. anyway, in
the december 4th issue of southern voice (the atlanta g/l/b newspaper),
there's a pretty good interview with emily.

you can read it on their homepage: http://www.southernvoice.com

once you're at their main page, just click on national news and the article
is right there.

enjoy,

deanna

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wherever that original writer is, she should take a bow for this one.
that's one of the funniest things i've seen in ages.  i'm still
laughing...(the family is going to start wondering soon, as i've been
sitting here giggling and chortling for several minutes now)
anybody else got any classic "blasts from the past" that are at
all on point for anything recent?  man oh man, this was such a good
one!
peace-nic

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in a message dated 97-12-09 15:20:01 est, you write:

<< the cds above are not bootlegs, they're a promos sent to radio stations.
not
sure how many were made, but it's got to be the most common of the ig promos.
>>
true, but there are now "bootleg" copies of these promo discs out there, so if
you are collecting for value rather than music, keep an eye out.

pam

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what is this from?


at 03:08 pm 12/9/1997 -0600, you wrote:
>this is an excerpt taken from an interview with my favorite actress,
>kate winslet...
>
>...winslet rolls herself a cigarette--the first of many during the hour
>we spend talking--and pauses at the music reviews. "what's good at the
>moment?" she asks. before i can respond, she spies a verve review and
>exclaims, "oh, i love the verve. they're fantastic. i much prefer them
>to oasis because i'm not a trendy oasis type or anything, although i
>like them too." she then spends the next few minutes rattling off a list
>of the bands she
>likes: "crowded house, the sundays and portishead. but my favourite is
>the indigo girls," she gushes. "i absolutely adore them."
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in my book, my favorite is on "world falls" on 1200 curfews when they throw
in the guitar solo of "twinkle, twinkle, little star" when amy sings, "i'm
under a starry sky..."


oh, the sweetness of first semester graduate work being over.


carry on,

nick

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sorry for the waste of bandwith, but i haven't heard if snail mails
arrived?  just curious.  respond via private e-mail.

carry on,

nick

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        o.k.  let me preface this post by saying that any flames come via
private mail, i already get depressed during the holiday season, and don't
wanna deal with any public humiliation.
        a parent of one of my students (who just so happens to be a
preacher's kid) asked me yesterday, after noting my swampophelia bumper
sticker, "what is an indigo girl?"
        o.k.  i'd had a pissy day, i don't really like middle school
students (i much prefer post-pubescent students), and i know that i am a
complete smart-ass most of the time and enjoy shocking people.  somehow,
i'm not sure how, but somehow, i resisted the urge to say,
"a-couple-of-way-cool-lesbian-guitar-
players-who-play-kick-ass-music-and-don't-tolerate-you-christian-coalition-
intolerance-and-hatred-bull-shit," and merely said, "a wonderful band that
fights intolerance by celebrating diversity and making a stand against
social injustice."
        now, i have to agree that the answer that i said was actually
pretty good, and may have been the socially proper thing to say, but i just
found it funny that a preacher's wife would say to me, "what exactly is an
indigo girl" without realizing the can of worms that she was opening."
        anyway, i felt the need to share that with y'all.  by the way,
anyone out there a _godspell_ fan?

carry on,

nick

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rachel sefton-smith forwarded from urvashi:
> most of the psychological literature shows that catharsis
>really doesn't work...

i just had to make a quick comment here.  first of all, i'm no
professional but personally i need cathartic experiences when i have
suffered emotional trauma.  i need opportunities to vent like crazy
(usually crying jags) to get the emotions "out."  and how many
of us have had the experience of putting on some calculatingly sad
music (yeah, usually ig) to force ourselves to "cry out" a particular
hurt? (i'll bet this is true of virtually everybody on this list. ??)
and further, as someone for whom writing is therapeutic, i can say most
assuredly that for me it is extremely helpful to write about the things
that trouble me, and then to go back and read them over - in some cases
repeatedly - over the course of years.  eventually they lose their
ability to twist the knife in my gut, and i find myself able to read
them as just words-on-paper. but it feels cathartic (and helpful) as
hell to me to go through that exercise.  it's my own
tried-and-true method of dealing with the worst life has to offer.
still, far be it from me to say that behavioral scientists who study
these things could be wrong... :)
nic


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subject:      fugitive

sarah wrote:
>hey, for the next big song discussion could we try an amy song? we've
>done two or three emilys in the last few days (i can't quite decide if
>my brain is adding fare thee well to love's recovery and mystery, or
>if it actually was talked about)...maybe fugitive?

yeah, let's do fugitive! i think that would be a really good one to
discuss. i have always thought of and interpreted that song in a certain
way that is very meaningful for me--even after i read the faq and
discovered that my interpretation was very, very different from
amy's.....but it still holds the same meaning for me. more about that
later.....if we decide to do that song, that is.....

all things indigo,
kristina :o)

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subject:      a much wanted boot!

does anybody have a boot of the 5/29/97 show @ wolftrap in va?  disappear
fear came out and sang who's so scared and bring your own god w/ the
girls and it was cool.  plus, it was my first (long overdue) concert and
it was full of memorable moments (like one of them, though my memory
fails me as to which, but i think amy?) singing the wrong words to least
complicated.  anyway, let me know if anybody has this . . .

love,
carolyn
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subject:      amy, her watch and jonas & ezekial

does anyone know if this is true:

that the lil' sound you hear at the begining of j&e
is amy taking off her watch and placing it on the
music stand!

just wondering,
sandy
:)


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hey everyone,

kristina said:
> later.....if we decide to do that song, that is.....

silly people. *grin*  if you want to talk about a song, go
ahead and talk about it!  that's what we're all here for. :)

btw, i think there's something to that catharsis thing -
remember how two days ago i confessed that i didn't really
like the the piano intro to lotk?  well, this morning i was
listening to so again and you know what?  i still don't
love it but i like it more than i did before... hehe.

oh, yes - i spoke to the folks at firstcall here in sydney
yesterday.  the chap reckoned the first sydney ig show is
only a couple of days away from selling out, and that they
should be announcing the second gig in just a few days' time.
however, there are still a scary number of tickets available
for the first melbourne show...

i was going to say something else but i forgot...  next
time - happy happy all, :)
sherlyn
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presti, please email me. i received the package and want to thank you, but i
don't have your email addy. thanks and as usual, forgive the bw. thanks.
michelle

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ok, so i went out to get a copy of the kgsr broadcasts vol 5 double cd for a
listee here, and decided to buy 2 additional ones for anyone else not able to
obtain one.

i haven't read list guidelines lately, so i dont know if i'm allowed to even
be posting this. so, i think it best for those interested to email me
privately and i'll send full details. (i could also go buy more for those
interested...since i only bought two today.)

but, email me by friday (this friday) as i'm going out of town next wednesday
and want to have purchased them before i go...as kgsr made an announcement
today that they are limited edition and will not reprint, so i need to buy
them asap).

michelle

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subject:      song moments

i have to say that my fave song moment is emily's piece at the end of
"jonas and ezekial" (esp. on 1200 curfews)
the whole "now i walk in beauty..."
wow!

ok
i am going back to lurkdom

faerie kisses
heather

i crave inertia every move made so i can stop
whatever this madness is in me spinning like a top
on a bed of anxiety over a deep dark drop
down into nothingness, into withoutyouness
-es "leeds"

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please distribute widely

****national day of silence seeks participants  -- april 8, 1998***
ndos endorsed by advocates for youth, and justice for all, and !outproud!

for complete info, visit the ndos home page:
http://wsrv.clas.virginia.edu/~mkp6n

in 1998, the national day of silence (ndos), to be held april 8, 1998, is
expanding. we have been honored with the endorsements of advocates for
youth, glbt-rights organization  and justice for all, and glbt youth
advocate !outproud!. we are now an all-volunteer, all-youth staff of 8,
and we are
eager to help your school plan a great national day of silence event.
please consider joining us in  the 1998 national day of silence. if your
school is participating in the ndos, please contact the national chairs at
the below addresses to register your participation with us.

on april 8, 1998, students across the united states will remain silent
from 8am until 5pm. these students will be silent by choice. what is
frightening is that every day gay, lesbian and bisexual and transgender people are
silenced involuntarily.  on the national day of silence, participants are
silent from 8am - 5pm to protest the silence that is forced upon lesbians,
gays, bisexuals, and transgenders. instead of talking, participants, who
are glbt or our allies, pass out cards that read

"please understand my reasons for not speaking today. i am a friend of
gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and transgenders. people who are silent today
believe that laws and attitudes should be inclusive of people of all
sexual orientations. the day of silence is to draw attention to those who
have been silenced by hatred, oppression, and prejudice. think about the
voices you are not hearing. what can you do to end the silence?"

by creating this deliberate, visible silence in the form of cards and
gatherings afterwards to reflect on the silence of the glbt people and
those who support them from our lives, the national day of silence has and
will again create some serious noise. in 1997, the day of silence worked
for over 100 colleges, high schools, and universities. we invite
campuses and youth organizations nationwide to participate in the 1998 day
of silence as a display of the solidarity of  the youth within the
lgbt movement.


national co-chairs:
jessie gilliam, university of virginia
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maria pulzetti, university of virginia
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northeast region:
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south:
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high school:
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my favorite is the verses "now i walk in beauty, beauty is before me...."
in jonas and ezekiel..... that part we sing at camp in the summer.  chelsea

at 05:24 pm 12/9/1997 -0500, you wrote:
>in my book, my favorite is on "world falls" on 1200 curfews when they throw
>in the guitar solo of "twinkle, twinkle, little star" when amy sings, "i'm
>under a starry sky..."
>
>
>oh, the sweetness of first semester graduate work being over.
>
>
>carry on,
>
>nick
>
>http://ebbs.english.vt.edu/hthl3/pards/dickert/dickert.html
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how about world falls.  that's one of my favorites.


at 05:35 pm 12/9/1997 -0500, you wrote:
>sarah wrote:
>>hey, for the next big song discussion could we try an amy song? we've
>>done two or three emilys in the last few days (i can't quite decide if
>>my brain is adding fare thee well to love's recovery and mystery, or
>>if it actually was talked about)...maybe fugitive?
>
>yeah, let's do fugitive! i think that would be a really good one to
>discuss. i have always thought of and interpreted that song in a certain
>way that is very meaningful for me--even after i read the faq and
>discovered that my interpretation was very, very different from
>amy's.....but it still holds the same meaning for me. more about that
>later.....if we decide to do that song, that is.....
>
>all things indigo,
>kristina :o)
>
>* * * * *
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>          hold fast to that languageless connection. " --emily saliers
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i noticed her intensity at the show in atlanta on 11/25.  emily seemed to
be so much less into it.  almost not "all there" and amy was awesome.  her
extra stuff at the end of "chickenman was amazing.  and she just blew me
away.  up intil then i had always consideered emily my favorite indigo girl
and thai experience had me wondering.  any one else have similar experiences?
                                        chelsea

at 02:19 pm 12/9/1997 -0600, you wrote:
>hi... i didnt know how many of you got through my ramblings to read what i
>wrote about amy rays visible energy but it is something i am interested in
>knowing... how many people have had the experience of actually seeing the
>energy surrounding amy ray when she plays... there was an area of about
>8-12 inches around her and her guitar of pure energy while she performed
>last night... it was amazing!!!!
>we ended up waiting outside for them all to come out (i didnt want to
>because it all seems a bit crazy to me because its not like they're going
>to choose one of us to go home with them :) but it was cool to see amy ray
>come out looking all cute like that (: (:
>so anyways... just interested (:
>peace...
>love bugg
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date:         tue, 9 dec 1997 17:03:30 -0800
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hey all, i still have two available copies of this special that aired
friday night. includes sarah m, jewel, meredith brooks, sheryl crow,
shawn colvin. i'd say it's worth it just to watch the performance of the
water is wide. i'm still looking for a copy of the ppv lilith concert
thing or any other goodies you folks have. on another note, i have a
counting crows august and everything after album flat that i don't want
anymore. it's in great condition, i just don't have anywhere to put it.
either offer a trade or just send the cost of shipping (less than $2).
and while i'm cleaing out the closet, so to speak, i have a few more of
those honor^1 ads that have the grungy/punk-y picture of amy and emily
(amy's barefoot! sigh...) if anyone wants one. just have to send an sase.
okay, that's all i can think of right now. reply if any of the above
sound interesting.
-sam (who would like a boot with that new amy song on it...hint, hint)

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hello,
i haven't posted here before but i've lurked for awhile. i bought the
first ig cd back in '89, lost track for awhile, went to a concert during
the rop tour and immediately bought all the cd's i'd missed.... listened
to sots so much when it first came out that i actually dreamed i met a &
e, climbing trees in someone's yard??? - almost posted then 'cause i
woke up laughing. thanks to this list, i saw the dc no nukes show (been
a bonnie raitt fan since before i knew who the ig were). they were
amazing, of course, and to my surprise, i told my friends that i wanted
them to keep playing even if bonnie had to miss her set (although once
she started i was more than happy to see her live again, and their songs
together were worth the show). anyway, since then i've been listening
more and more to all their cd's. for years, none of the bands i've liked
have approached the beatles, stones, and dylan at the top of my list. i
think the ig have just changed that. talented musicians, great
song-writers, harmonies, social awareness, and no star trip...i can't
think of a band i like better. so i thought it was about time to say
hello. peace.

sandy

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date:         tue, 9 dec 1997 20:21:42 est
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oh no !

i feel as if ive really missed out.  everyone keeps talking about the new song
from amy , and i  think i deleted the email that had the lyrics without
reading it.
would someone be willing to send it to me privatly,   please...............

pretty please with indigo on top.........

amy s.  <starving to join the ranks of those basking in the passion of amy's
song>

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date:         tue, 9 dec 1997 20:30:23 -0500
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hey all

thanks to everyone for informing me the names of the requested songs.
and, i have someone who has offered to tree this tape, but we will wait
until after the holidays.

so, when all you students out there get back from home-cooked meals and get
back to studying again, there will hopefully be a great lilith fair tape
tree ready for branches and leaves!

i taped both sides from video and the sound quality is excellent.  i have 2
other lilith shows (vancouver and montreal) and they both suck, compared to
this.

side a
8/20/97 indigo girls lilith fair, canterbury park, shakopee mn            50 min

shed your skin, least complicated, shame on you, ghost, tried to be true,
get out the map, scooter boys (soc), galileo, water is wide (with sarah and
jewel)
closer to fine (with everyone)

side b
lilith fair - sarah mclachlan and friends cbc special
50 min
(filmed in toronto 8/16 and vancouver 8/24 aired 12/5/97)

sarah - angel, jewel - near you always, sarah interview, indigo girls -
water is wide (with sarah and jewel), shawn colvin - sonny came home,
interview, meredith brooks - bitch, sarah - ice cream, interview, sheryl
crow - i shall believe
sarah - building a mystery, possession, interview, indigo girls - closer to
fine (with everyone)


coming soon! =)
lori

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in *joking* - when they come in with "1-2-3-4" and the "hand claps" -- and the
live jam on 1200 curfews

when sara lee comes in w/her bass line in *least complicated*

on the second chorus of *caramia* when amy comes in with "and a bridge to
cross over" etc. harmony.... and the song just builds, and builds (flame away,
i know this is a love-hate song)

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date:         tue, 9 dec 1997 18:16:10 -0800
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hi y'all, i haven't been around lately, i'm student teaching in
kindergarten and it takes my whole life with it.  but i heard the girls
are coming to portland on jan. 24 and wondered if there are other pnw
shows i should be aware of.  i miss the list, i wish i could still
subscribe, but i can't right now.  could somebody help an old pal get to a
show?  (kathy?  sue?  binky?  carolyn?  pj?  anyone?)

thank you!
:) marianne
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         ((     no day but today....--rent

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date:         tue, 9 dec 1997 21:24:38 est
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for anyone on aol...
keyword: curve
has pictures, the article, and amys last name spelled "rae"....doh!
grl

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date:         tue, 9 dec 1997 06:43:01 -0800
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well i just wanted to thank everyone for the kind welcome to the list.  with
all the email i am getting now i feel important...lol.


i must say that i was a  bit surprised at work today because i was listening
to shaming of the sun and my boss told me to turn up the volume which he
never does.  i know it's not a big deal but it did surprise me so i thought
that i wouls share this with you all.  (i guess he is starting to warm up to
the lesbian part of me...lol).

later all,

maurene

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rhea - got your envelope.  what tape do you want?  i dont have a clue.

peace, harmony, and indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
  ~novitiate of suzanneglassism
   ~president, grlchasr26 fan club
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hey everybody...

i am very sorry about having to waste bandwidth, but for our project for
school we also need to get aome ani video footage (yes the same project that
had us begging for lift and disappear fear video footage).  this wont be used
for anything but our school project and we are in desperate need of something
from her.  i know she has been on conan a few times this year and has video or
just plain live footage...whatever...i am willing to trade boots, videos
anything...please lemme know if you have anything. thanks yall and and sorry
to waste bandwidth.

peace
sasha

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>my favorite moment in is in "power of 2" when em is singlin "all the
>shining little trinkets of temptation something new instead of something
>old" with amy singing "make new friends..." and then em goes on to say


speaking about the "make new friends" part in the song.....i'll bet amy was
a girl scout when she was little! that line comes from a song we used to
sing when i was a girl scout (yes..i was a girl scout). the girl scout song
goes "make new friends but keep the old, one is silver and the others
gold." amy sings, "make new friends but keep the old. all remember what is
gold..."
i've been listening to power of 2 forever and just the other day it dawned
on me that this is a girl scout song, she just changed the notes and a few
of the words a little. i dunno, maybe it's just a coincidence??

                                        -heather
ps) were any of y'all in girls scouts and know what i'm talking about??

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subject:      yes! yes! fugitive!!!!! :) (kinda long)

ok, i know i already gave my long and incoherent dissertation on lotk,
but i can't help myself on this one, as it is one of my all time
favorites.  i also had a bit different thing than the faq, but that's the
glory of it.

alrightie, down to business . . .

this has always struck an extremely personal chord with me, at least in
my way of seeing it.  so, she's harboring the fugitive, who interacts
with her in some kind of mutualistic relationship.  to me, that is all
the part about being gay.  this "fugitive" is a "defector of a kind",
implying that she is wavering from the social norm, but in saying that
she'd give her last breath to keep them alive, she shows that she knows
what is right, and sees the "defector" as not so much a "defector", but
rather part of her essential being.

the cameras or guns part . . . supposed to be about being a star in the
public eye, but since i'm no star i just took it to mean that you never
know how people will react if you come out to them.  the people who you
think are your allies may just exploit you (gee, does that strike home to
anybody reading??) and not really be who you think.

that leads her to be a bit reserved (the "we gotta run" part), and i
think she is skeptical because she never knows who she can trust.

"we swore to ourselves we'd go to the end of the world, but i got caught
up in the whirl and the twirl of it all.  a day in the sun, dancing
alone, baby i'm so sorry . . ."  to her that probably has to do with
media, etc, but for me it is all about thinking about yourself.  like in
a relationship if one person (or both) are only thinking about the social
ramafications and being labelled as something, then it is not going to
work.  you get caught up in what people are thinking of, and end up
sacrificing yourself and your relationship.  maybe the dancing alone in
the sun implies that the person who did not give in to the masses may
have inner happiness (a day in the sun) but ends up outwardly alone
(dancing alone).  and it is not what she wants to happen (baby i'm so
sorry).

the lesson. i think has to do with taking a risk.  i read a glorious
quote that is too long to reprint here, but it basically said that if you
do not risk, then you can't feel, love, grow, or live.  amy is saying
that the only way to learn is by experience ("won't do you any good,
you've got to get burned")  same with the curse and the blessing being
one in the same . . . by every action you gain something and lose
something, and even the best decision has consequences.

i took the hiding part very literally . . . as hiding sexuality because
of all of the above reasons.  she does want to be true to her inner
emotions, but also wants to keep a sense of privacy.

my favorite passage of the song: "i stood without clothes danced in the
sand, i was aching with freedom kissing the damned.  i said remember this
as how it should be . . ."  now this is where i go crazy in my
interpretation . . . that has always seemed like a dream image to me.
just hear me out here . . . an image of total freedom from oppressive
items.  can't you picture that in a dream?  well, i do.  she envisions
being free and true to what is important to her, and says that is the way
it should be.

"baby i said it's all in our hands, got to learn to respect what we don't
understand.  we are fortunate ones, fortunate ones i swear."  as much as
other people should learn to respect gay culture, i think that this also
has a hint of gays accepting that people may have problems with them.  it
is a theory of mutual respect on all sides.  she knows that she has what
is right for her, so she is fortunate.

the song ends in a restating of the dreamy scene, and in the song almost
all of the instruments stop (right?  mind block now) which leaves us with
amy.  it seems like that image runs deep in her emotions, and is part of
why i see it as a dream.

but as for me, i so can relate, and it's been a long road for me, and
it's not like i'm anywhere near done.  my interpretation fits my journey,
and i think this song is personal to each individual.  the shock of
truth, the idealism of how it should be . . . amy captures it all.  this
song means more than i could ever even begin to put in words.  my 2
cents.  sorry so long . . .

love,
carolyn!

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heather davis wrote:
>
> >my favorite moment in is in "power of 2" when em is singlin "all the
> >shining little trinkets of temptation something new instead of something
> >old" with amy singing "make new friends..." and then em goes on to say
>
> speaking about the "make new friends" part in the song.....i'll bet amy was
> a girl scout when she was little! that line comes from a song we used to
> sing when i was a girl scout (yes..i was a girl scout). the girl scout song
> goes "make new friends but keep the old, one is silver and the others
> gold." amy sings, "make new friends but keep the old. all remember what is
> gold..."
> i've been listening to power of 2 forever and just the other day it dawned
> on me that this is a girl scout song, she just changed the notes and a few
> of the words a little. i dunno, maybe it's just a coincidence??
>
>                                         -heather
> ps) were any of y'all in girls scouts and know what i'm talking about??
>
i was a girl scout for eleven years.  i have probably sang "make new
friends" about a thousand times.  and yeah, everytime i hear pof2 i
imagine little amy ray in a circle crossing her arms (it was the girl
scout way )and holding hands and singing that song. with me standing
right beside her!!!!
marsha
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i forgot to mention, i'd even be willing to trade a copy of the cbc
lilith thing for a decent sound quality boot with the nueva senorita song
on it. or, if anyone would just be kind enough to trade a boot with this
song for another boot or blanks. (gee, is it obvious that i'm an amy kind
of person?) and of course all other offers still open. thanks folks.
-sam

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nick was asking for other funny posts from earlier years on this list.  i have
some saved, along with the i-girl classic i posted earlier.  i'll throw a few
out over the next couple weeks for fun.

here is one that's kinda bizarre but of course that's why i saved it.  it's
from drew vogel, who is still here with us and i hope he doesn't mind me
reprinting the "amy/axl conspiracy" thread from december 1994 -- i though it
was hilarious and did give us all pause to think.

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from: "andrew p. vogel" <vogelap@ucunix.san.uc.edu>
date: mon, 19 dec 1994 15:35:12 -0500 (est)
subject: re: cd bootleg

on mon, 19 dec 1994, kristina cizas wrote:

> > btw, there is a guns 'n roses bootleg with the same name.
>
> heheh. perhaps someone mixed up "indigo girls" with "guns 'n roses" and
> to all of our surprises we'll crank it up expecting to hear "welcome me"
> and instead hear axl waiting away at "welcome to the jungle." :) even
> better would be amy wailing away on welcome to the jungle, but...

well, i've been working on a theory that axl rose and amy ray are one and
the same. look at the evidence: both axl & amy start with 'a' and have three
letters. rose and ray both start with 'r' and have two vowels (okay,
sometimes 'y').

here's the biggest piece of evidence: when have you ever seen amy and axl
at the same place? uh-huh. uh-huh. need i say more?

wink wink nudge nudge.

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maybe you had to be there but i thought this was a fine piece of detective
work.
:-)   we've just been discussing how amy is a real rocker, and hey, when was
the last time any of us has seen axl rose anyway?

heidi d.

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in reply to:
-heather
ps) were any of y'all in girls scouts and know what i'm talking about??

yeah i was a girl scout and i do remember what song you are talking about.
thanks for bringing back memories.

maurene

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  if everyone wuld just contribute to the list instead of telling people
how to be on it, the world would be a much happier place. if you don't
like what someone has written, delete it! if you have already heard a
question, don't answer it. i swear i get as much mail complaining about
posts than actual posts themselves. three words: get over it.
ben
*meant in the most loving way possible*

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date:         tue, 9 dec 1997 21:59:44 -0600
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>  ok, first: my hat is off to barbara for writing a great review at
7 am - i personally was so psyched, so intensely excited after this
show that i couldn't get to sleep til after 2,

hey, thanks, but the fact is, i never got to sleep at all!  deanna & i went to her place afterwards, got a fire going in the fireplace, and proceeded to play all the cd's of songs ig *didn't* play at the concert!  that's probably how j&e got into my head!

then i got home and was still too wired to sleep, so i sat here & wrote the review, then went to work as usual.  someone thought i was sick when i started nodding off a meeting.  "working too hard?" he asked.  "no, playing too hard!", i said.  ah, the things we do for love of ig!

peace!
barb
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hey-
this is my favorite song moment too.  i noticed it a few years ago.  i
don't remember how i noticed it, or who pointed it out to me, but it is
really subtle, and very easy to miss.
i recognized it right away as a girl scout song.  but i think amy says,
"but remember what is gold"  not "all remember what is gold."  i could be
wrong.  maybe i will go listen to it.
my close second favorite moment is in galileo when emily is singing "at
least we know there'll be no nuclear annihilation"  and amy is singing
"there will be no end."  ahhh...

amanda

>
> speaking about the "make new friends" part in the song.....i'll bet amy was
> a girl scout when she was little! that line comes from a song we used to
> sing when i was a girl scout (yes..i was a girl scout). the girl scout song
> goes "make new friends but keep the old, one is silver and the others
> gold." amy sings, "make new friends but keep the old. all remember what is
> gold..."
> i've been listening to power of 2 forever and just the other day it dawned
> on me that this is a girl scout song, she just changed the notes and a few
> of the words a little. i dunno, maybe it's just a coincidence??
>
>                                         -heather
> ps) were any of y'all in girls scouts and know what i'm talking about??

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date:         tue, 9 dec 1997 20:18:11 -0600
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subject:      milwaukee and cedar rapids boots

hey y'all,

i'm looking for someone with milwaukee and cedar rapids
boots.  i know that several people have asked about the
cedar rapids boot.  did ya' get any response?  cedar rapids
is my home and where i had one of the best ig concert
experiences ever.  plus, not being able to remember exactly how
a&e answered the question from me, "how was the 'ellen' taping?"
kinda bugs me.  does anyone ever have the same problem i do?....
you get so excited about being there that it is almost like a dream and
you actually find that you can't remember a lot of what you saw when
you get home.  weird.  very weird.

i'd like the milwaukee boot since the riverside is my home-away-
from-home....i worked there for 7 years and my heart's still
there.  too bad i couldn't be there, on a monday (oh, my
tough luck!).

lisa s.
cedar rapids

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date:         tue, 9 dec 1997 23:30:57 -0500
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because it's pouring down rain and i didn't feel like standing around in
the rain waiting for a glimpse of certain famous persons as they ran
across the street to the waiting buses, y'all are getting a setlist hot
off the press (er, hot off the pages of my sweaty memo book). (yes, i
realize that because i was a wuss and didn't stand around in the pouring
rain, somebody will get on here tonight and post that sara lee took
everybody who *did* stand around out to the waffle house, or something.
but hey. that's life when you're a wuss like me. :-) )

anyhow. mrs. fun was pretty cool, though i was a bit disappointed that i
didn't get to hear a band i'd never heard before, like lift or somebody.
oh, well! emily came out to introduce them, which was cool. i really,
really appreciate how much effort both amy & emily put into supporting
other musicians & bands. to me that is one of the coolest things about
them. my notes during mrs. fun's set say, "people need to shut the fuck
up!!!" there was a veritable *roar* of conversation in the auditorium
during practically the whole set. that pissed me off. there's a perfectly
good lobby out there, go there if you want to talk. *grumble*

ok, so the ig's setlist was:

*land of canaan (jerry on keyboards) - this was lots of fun.

*it's alright - which i've really been wanting to hear live. yay!

*shame on you - and the crowd goes wild.

emily asked if we felt like singing. (heh, heh)

*least complicated - more crowd wildness.

*cut it out into down by the river back to cut it out - intense. wow.
intense. just... intense. completely new experience live, as opposed to on
the cd. amy was sweating buckets and her voice was ... ummm, wow. emily's
guitar on dbtr was blazing, too. amy didn't do the "give it back" part,
just a sort of whispered "hey my rock star" over and over. i just stood
there watching amy through my binoculars with my mouth pretty much hanging
open, just riveted. i know everybody has said how intense this is in
concert, but it's still ... wow.

*get out the map - this just didn't work for me. i was ready to sink down
in my seat and be quiet for a few minutes after cio. i wasn't ready to go
from angst to perky this fast. but amy looked pretty happy during the
song, so what the heck.

*reunion - whee! this sounded really good.

*virginia woolf - the crowd was fairly quiet during this one, as opposed
to practically every other song which was a "i can sing louder than you
can" contest. emily said "thanks for listening."

*shed your skin - with mrs. fun on percussion & keyboards. at one point
amy broke a string on her electric and i think she got pretty frustrated
about it; she set the guitar down and turned around towards jerry and just
kind of threw her hands up in the air. emily went into a really weird sort
of solo, and was joined by connie from mrs. fun on keyboards; kind of a
weird spacey bridge-thing until amy's tech ran out with a new guitar. it
took a minute for her to get back on track but when she did, everything
was cool again and the song really rocked. i *love* this song live.

afterwards, amy said "umm, sorry about that guitar thing. it's... um...
part of the song." *grin*

*power of two - i got all sad during this song. it's so sweet and sappy.
amy looked like she was really enjoying it, too. so did emily, but amy's
smiley-ness was a nice surprise here.

*tried to be true - yay! i love this song.

*leeds - got more intense as it went on.

*romeo & juliet - awwwwww yeah! amy played around with the timing on some
of the lines, which screwed up the people who were shouting, er, singing
along. i liked that. :-)

*scooter boys - this rocked totally, then went into a soc sort of thing
that was pretty cool. something about driving in the everglades, and the
driver is her brother, and it's her mother, and her sister, and her
father, and she lost her driver, "they just slip away, you know." (that
line was repeated a few times with much feeling.) great stuff. i don't
know where amy gets this stuff, but it's great.

*galileo - crowd singing along so loud i could barely tell if amy & emily
were even still there

encore:

*crazy game - with mrs. fun on drums and a tinkly-sounding lounge-kinda
piano ... way too cool! as in, the *perfect* arrangement of this song.

*chickeman - dave on harmonica. "he said child, you got a lot of road
left, you better start living." nothing about being forgiven. hmmmm.

*closer to fine (duh) - with mrs. fun, and jerry out front with the
mandolin.


all in all, a good concert. the crowd was, ummmmm, vocal. i have to say i
think that singing along is fine but it can get extreme. emily had the
crowd sing the "stopped by the bar" verse in ctf and you know what, i
couldn't even tell when the vocals from the stage came back in.

oh, cute bit -- there's an orchestra pit right in front of the stage. one
of them, i think emily, pointed down and said "what's that...... object?"
i couldn't catch everything that was said, but one of them said it was the
abyss and then amy said something like "we shall transcend it." cute.

i was afraid they'd be getting a bit road-weary by now, but they seem to
both be in good voice & good spirits. both of them looked *great* tonight,
i have to say.

and that's the news from bloomington, where it's still raining.

-anne in indiana

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date:         tue, 9 dec 1997 22:45:29 -0600
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hey all!

i just wanted to give a big thank you to all of the
wonderful indigo people who helped me out with the
marilyn manson information.

i knew i could count on this bunch!!!!!

angela
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subject:      update on cedar rapids antics - gayla drake paul

hey y'all,

if you read my cedar rapids review (which i agree was
darn long), you read that i gave a&e a gift, which amy came
and got from me at the edge of the stage at the end of the
show.  it was a gayla drake paul cd.  it was a nice souvenir
of iowa and more unique than giving a t-shirt.  anyway, a bit of
background......gayla is a very good solo folk rock
guitarist/singer/songwriter, who resides
in iowa and is a friend of mine (through my recent gf and
friends i've made in my coming out process).  i haven' t
known gayla for very long.  i've gone to see her perform
in very small venues with my gf and friends twice so far.  (my
gf and friends are much closer, long-time friends of hers.)

gayla's got an upcoming new album which will be all
guitar instrumentals inspired by all her favorite women
who have touched her life in some way.  in fact, gayla wrote
one of the songs about my gf cathy.  no, i'm not jealous;
gayla's married, although she considers herself "bi-plexual"
(haha....her joke, not mine...referring to guitar picks).
at any rate, i've been very impressed by what i've heard, and
i wanted to share her music with ig, as well as give a unique
gift from iowa that they could actually use, listen to on the bus,
and relate to in some way.  the last time i saw gayla perform,
i told her i wanted to give ig one of her cds at the concert.  she,
knowing who they are, said "oh, cool!  are you a friend of theirs?"
i said, "ah, not exactly.  like, i don't know them personally at all, but

i know a lot about them and i bet they might recognize me as
a rowdy concertgoer.  :)"  so, i think gayla went away from that
short conversation not really expecting her cd to get into ig's
hands.

well, a friend who was at the cedar rapids show with me told
our mutual friend that i gave gayla's cd to amy.  so, that
mutual friend by chance had a conversation with gayla's husband
and manager, curtis paul.  all of a sudden, at work today, i got a
call from curt paul.  now, i know curt knows of me as cathy's gf,
since he travels with gayla to all her shows, and he's met me at both
the shows i've been to, but we haven't talked much.   sooooo, he said
to me on the phone today, "i just talked to craig, and he told me you
gave the indigo girls one of gayla's cds."  at first, i thought he was
calling to complain or something.  i said, "is that okay?  i really did
it
to give them a gift from iowa, and i thought iowa folk, especially
gayla's music, would be really fitting."  he said, "that's great!
thanks!"
he went on to ask me how i did it, which cd i gave them (he's the
marketeer of her cds too), and he wondered if he could replace my
cd for me, assuming i gave them my cd.  i told him that wouldn't
be necessary since i didn't give ig my cd; i went to blockbuster
music in cedar rapids, where gayla sells her cds on consignment,
and bought one for ig.  i told him i wanted 1.) gayla to make the
money on this sale, and 2.) there to be no question that it was a gift
from me and not me just trying to push gayla's music on ig as a
scheme to advertise for gayla.  so, i made it so gayla had nothing to
do with it.  so, instead of giving me a cd, curt said he'd leave my
name at the door of the venue where gayla's next performance is so
cathy and i can get in free.  (the show is at kurtz, on 2nd ave in
downtown cedar rapids, on sat. dec. 20 at 8:30 p.m., for anyone
interested.)

the biggest things curt told me is that i did gayla a huge favor in
giving ig her cd.  he said that he and gayla are always looking for
ways to get gayla's music out to people in the music industry.  he
said that they were considering trying to get it to ig, since several
people have already told them that gayla's music has similarities to
ig's.  personally, i think gayla's music is a bit more folky and less
rocky, but it is great songwriting, with great acoustic guitar skills
(she
not only uses the strings...she bangs alot and uses whatever
other pieces of the guitar that make noise), and a very good
voice to back it all up, nonetheless.  if anyone is interested in getting

one of gayla's cds (she has three), let me know.  i can get them at
the local blockbuster.  if you get the cd through me, i can get it
signed and personalized for you.  or, you can get the cds from gayla
at the indie label that she's on:

ivanhoe road music
p.o. box 301
ely, ia 52227

oh, update on the update....gayla just called me to thank me personally
for giving ig her cd.  she thought it was awesome that i did it!  :)
she said she never expects anything to come out of stuff like this, since
she
doesn't want to be let down hard if nothing does come of it, but she
also thought about what it would be like if ig ever needed another
opening act and considered her.........she was excited with the thought.

i think she could definitely hold her own as an ig opening act.  there's
a
remote chance that ig would pursue this, but it doesn't
hurt to dream, does it?  gayla said i could be a roadie of hers then,
half
jokingly.  now, think of that possibility!  on the road with gayla and
ig!

oh, gayla says the best source for mail order of her cds is:

elderly instruments
517-372-7890

"'cause you can do it with plastic."  i told her i was currently writing
e-mail to y'all, so she got doubly excited i was getting the word out for
her.
heck, this is fun!  i bet she wonders why in the world i am doing this.
i
just think it is a worthwhile cause to get her music out there.

i'm pretty sure gayla has a web page too, or ivanhoe road music does,
so you can do a web search for that if you're interested.  i forgot to
ask her
about that.  oops!  i do know, however, that she doesn't have e-mail but
would like it.  the poor woman's got an "archaic" computer at home.  :(

that's all folks!  thanks for reading!

lisa s.
cedar rapids, ia

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        >on a side note, most of the psychological literature shows that
catharsis >really doesn't work... that expressing anger or sadness or
whatever over a >long period just polarizes your emotions, doesn't make
them go away. i >wonder if it is different for artists? any thoughts
anybody?

        i think it doesn't make them go away, but writing them down
helps me to figure them out, and belting those songs out definitely
makes me feel a little stronger.  in amy's case, it also makes for great
songs, as we can see.
        i also agree that it must be hard to be in a relationship with
somebody whose creativity feeds on emotions, like amy's.
        as a fiction writer i've always tried to disguise anything i
stole from my life, or from those around me - thats part of fiction.
however, every time i get a story published, i feel certain pangs of
anxiety: what if somebody recognizes himself or herself? or what if it
wasn't really that person at all, but i accidentally used a name of
somebody i know, and now they think that i've used them?  still,
hopefully they recognize that it is fiction.

        songwriting is another case altogether. it is *so* much more
personal, at least in my experience.  i've written myself out on
relationships that are over, gotten them out of my system. now i'm in a
long-term relationship, and i've had to learn to write about things as i
go through them instead of afterwards. and i do feel like i'm feeding on
something private, and that everyone can tell. my girlfriend has heard a
couple of the new songs, and liked them, but she hasn't been there when
we've played them in public.  i sometimes wonder where the line should
be drawn... i wouldn't want to date me, but luckily she does. :)

        anyway,

        sarah

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hey everbody,
for anyone interested i found out some information on the virginia slam
concert in new york city that the indigo girls are supposed to be playing
at in the winter.
i went to the virginia slam website. the address is:

faraday.clas.virginia.edu/~slm4b

they have a hotline number which is:

(212) 802-7226

i left a message and someone called me back. anyway, this is what they
said. the virginia slam show is supposed to be held sometime in either the
late winter or early spring. they are trying to work around amy and
emily's touring schedule for this time. they have not decided where it
will be held yet, but they said that more info will be coming soon. so,
for anyone who wants more info just call the number listed above and leave
a message and someone will call you back--it just may take a little while.
they also said that anyone who wants to get involved with the project can
leave a message too. for anyone who has any questions i can be reached at:

cch211@is8.nyu.edu

take care,
chloe

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hey y'all!
i am graduating on sunday with my master's degree.  that is exciting enough,
but to make it even better, i am celebrating by taking a trip to the west
coast to follow the girls in january.  needless to say, (someone will probably
post it without my request) i'm hoping that as soon as y'all know about ticket
sales that someone will post it.  i'm so excited about this trip and i'm
really hoping to get good seats.  please, keep me posted.  thanks!

dena

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subject:      more gayla drake paul

hey y'all,

i've been doing just a bit of research on my new
friend gayla drake paul.  seems this woman
is a bit more accomplished than i at first thought.
(heh heh...i just gave her cd to ig!)  for anyone
interested in new folk music, i'd recommend gayla.
gayla's home page:

http://www.skep.com/gdpaul/

a page with a great gayla review:

http://www.acousticmusic.com/fame/p00189.htm

gayla's new in this winter's ladyslipper catalog!  i
did not know that!  when doing a web search on her,
since i forgot to ask her on the phone what her url was,
i ran into a ladyslipper url!   see page 60 of the winter
ladyslipper catalog for gayla's first two albums.   both
are new in ladyslipper's inventory.  the ladyslipper catalog
says about them:


"gayla drake paul" - the cd i gave amy and emily at the
cedar rapids show to give them a souvenir from iowa
(gayla says that she likes this one better than her second one.)

"it's been quite a while since a folk artist has generated
the attention and interest that gayla seems to be generating
(and quite a while since this editor was so knocked out
by someone's acoustic fingerstyle guitar; where's her
all-instrumental album? <which she has - her third one>)
-- she's been called brilliant, accomplished, inspirational
and refreshing.  with a strong yet ethereal voice, she
conjures up images of folk greats like joni mitchell on her
1994 debut album.  her pluck-ish guitar style, played
almost exclusively in dadgad (a tuning common in
irish music) lends a captivating backdrop to her well-
grounded lyrics.  especially like "tra bo dau", the only
non-original here (sung in welsh perhaps?  wish the
notes gave more info).  recommended!"
ladyslipper order info:  (ivn11494) cs 9.98, cd 15.98


"waiting for the spark"

"with lyrics that fall like well-metered poetry, her songs
like "let me make you mine" and "one sweet taste of you"
become consummate lovers' tales on this 1995 release.
as an added bonus and nod to her irish music background,
she does a rendition of "auld lang syne" that is simply
not to be missed!  gayla's second release features some
guests, including john hartford's banjo on one of her
instrumental tracks, but overall it maintains a sparse
elegance.  her caressing, gossamer-y yet substantial
vocal quality is like a feather which supports a bird in
flight.  (after racking my brain to try to figure out who gayla's
voice reminds me of, it finally came to me:  woody
simmons, "feather in the wind", for you old timers --
it was the feather connection.)  and her guitar solo on
an irish "planxty" is supurb; recommended!"
ladyslipper order info: (ivn20995)  cd 15.98

i have both of these and they're both as good as
ladyslipper says.  there is one more acoustic
instrumental-only album, her third, which i can get
for people.  also, there is her upcoming album, which
gayla tells me she's still working on (and which features
a song about my gf!), called "a woman's touch".  help me
make gayla better known, y'all!  geez, this is exciting -- much
better than being a by-standing fan!  :)  i'm actually helping to
further folk music!

oh, ladyslipper is on-line too, so you can order from them:
www.ladyslipper.org.  or call 800-634-6044.  thanks for
reading again!

lisa s.
cedar rapids, ia

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ok...here's the curve article accessible from aol, minus the pix...

for more than a decade, the indigo girls' gentle harmonies and stirring lyrics
have given voice to the anger, love, fear and confusion of our community.
today, their mainstream popularity brings that message to the masses, but
their passion remains intact, augmented by their maturity and a still-growing
sense of activism. in the following interview, amy ray (the dark-haired
indigo) speaks with down-to-earth charm and candor about her relationship with
emily, the honor the earth tour and her own spiritual path.

in shaming of the sun, it seems that for the first time you and emily use
gender-specific pronouns in lines like "the beautiful ladies walk right by/
you know i never know what to say" and "it's alright if you hate that way/
hate cause i'm different, hate me cause i'm gay."

i've been gender-specific on records before. in "chickenman" i'm very
specific--i went looking for a girl. and then in "fugitive" it's obvious i'm
talking about a girl. i've been gender-specific when i've wanted to talk about
one particular relationship or incident. a lot of our songs are about several
different people, so i haven't been able to be as specific.

on this record, our indian activism spurred a feeling that we don't have any
time to waste -- you better just say what you feel and be as blunt as
possible. i think i used to write a lot more abstractly in the past. the older
i get, the more outspoken i get, the more blunt i get, because i just don't
feel like it's worth it any more not  to be that way. our activism, especially
with the zapatistas [rebel fighters] in chiapas, mexico, has been an impetus
to just stand up and say what we feel and be very direct about it.

we've seen people in the gay community that have suffered for their
preferences and their beliefs. but sometimes when it's right around you in
your own community, it doesn't impact you as much. when you step into somebody
else's community and see something, and then go back into your own community,
you go, "oh wow, okay." that's one thing about the zapatistas i liked so much.
they're very interested in people learning from them and going back into their
own communities and working on what they need to work on.

emily and i spent several years focused on activism, and in our year off, we
mulled it all over, thought about it and wrote songs. emily especially. i've
always been pretty outspoken and pretty willing to talk about everything, but
emily's had a tendency to be more scared about privacy issues. and now she's
just like whatever. [laughs]

have you been out since you were young? what was your coming out experience
like?

[chuckles] i never knew i was doing it. i never thought about it. i actually
fell in love with a woman in high school but didn't consummate it until a year
later...we had a very long courtship. by the time our relationship became
physical, my mom had already asked me if i was gay. at the time, i had no
reference to what gay was. so i said, "well, if i'm in love with this woman,
and if it means i'm gay, i guess i am." but i still had just broken up with a
boyfriend and i dated guys after that too. i just didn't know what i wanted. i
felt that whatever you fall in love with is what you are. my family was slow
to accept it and feel like talking about it, but now they're in a great place.

how were your friends?

there was a small period of time, early in college, when i was scared to tell
anybody. i was at vanderbilt the first year, then i transferred to emory. i
told my close friends. i told people as soon as i figured it out. i wasn't
willing to commit to anything -- out of fear, and growing up and having all
sorts of problems, not just who i was in love with.

i finally felt like i had completely come to terms with it when i told my
grandmother, which was only about four years ago. my grandmother knew, but we
had never talked about it. she's one of the most important people in my life.
so until i could sit down and talk with her and say, "can i have your blessing
on this?" i wasn't going to feel completely honest with my family. and i did,
and she was great.

i was so out toen't sat down and talked with people that you're closest to
about this, then you're not really out yet. that's how i feel
.
emily was always a little bit behind me. i told her i was gay and she wasn't
gay yet. [laughs]


editor's note: there's more!

find out who amy's ex-girlfriend is, if amy and emily ever got together, her
political projects, insights on her friendship with ani difranco, and more in
the january edition of curve magazine!

because amy spoke with us so extensively, we elected to run this story over
two issues; the second half will appear in feb/march. don't miss it!


i can't believe it's a "to be continued..." !

maureen

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subject:      fugitive

ok guys...
give me your insight on this one.
as i've said before, i am not one to express
my inner thoughts well so i'll leave that to you all.
this is my absolute favorite indigo song!
the words just get to me, & i just find amy's voice is so
incredible here.
when she says, "baby i said it's all in our hands...."
wow!
& at the end when em is saying over & over "i will hide myself for you"
i can say something about every line....but i won't :)
what else can i say?
jami
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...i'm your girl,
strong and mean.  a.ray
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ok everyone.
this will be brief as i am very tired.
i have never in my life a) seen a better show
                                b) seen the girls so happy and excited to be
singing.

so anyway, they looked rested (i cant understand that since they've been
touring like madwomen), elated, and absolutely stunning (no flaming please.
i'm really not in the mood, heehee).  the crowd was unbelievable.  everyone
sang along with everything but leeds.  it kind of got annoying with r & j (i
nearly had a massive coronary when amy started this, by the way) but i dealt.
the girls seemed happy.
ok here's the list but one thing i have to say first:  down by the
river!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

1. land of canaan
2. it's alright
3. shame on you
4. least complicated complete with audience na na na's
5. cut it out-------down by the river-----cut it out
6. get out the map
7. reunion
8. virginia woolf (with added chimes.  that must be something new.  i never
heard them use chimes before...anyone else?)
9. shed your skin (something happened with amy's guitar.  i don't know what
and if anyone closer could see, please let us know.  my roommate thought she
broke a string but i don't know.  i couldn't see.  she apologized for it after
the song ended)
10. power of two
11. tried to be true
12. leeds
13. r & j!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
14. scooter boys (amy went on forever.  it was incredible.  she just talked
and talked.  complete soc.  i think i have it on tape but i haven't gotten
that far in the tape yet to tell.  it was amazing though.  truly amazing.  i
have never seen anything like it)
15. galileo
16. crazy game!!!!!!
17. chickenman
18. closer to fine

the opener was two women named mrs. fun with whom the girls have been friends
for quite some time  i really enjoyed their performance.  one of them was
keyboard and the other was drums.  jazzy, funky, kind of mix of different
genres.  but i really enjoyed them.  i hope some of you get the opportunity to
see them.  they played with the girls on a couple of songs too.  in fact,
she's jamming on the keyboards right now in shed your skin.  that woman can
rock!
ok off to sleep.
night all and p.s. i booted it. :) :) :)
carrie

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> sarah pinsker <spinsker@goucher.edu> wrote:
> >that's funny,  the "beautiful ladies" are definitely a sexual enjoyment
> >as well as a spiritual enjoyment in my take on the song.  the way she
> >sings that line...or maybe that's just me.
>
> the way she sings that line... yes, definitely more than intellectual
> stimulation. :-)
>

the way she sings it, to hear it and to see it, yes, it can definitely be
interpreted as sexual and spiritual, as far as intellectual - i don't
know, i didn't say anthing about that - but what i was referring to was
amy's explanation of the song.  a while ago, around the time when the
album came out, i know there were some quotes posted from amy about it
where she clarified that her not knowing what to say was caused by the
"ladies'" whole aura, which encompassed more than just sexual feelings.
which yes, to me, does imply that they're included, but, to me, it still
seems something which is not surface or prominent, just one of many equal
parts...  i don't know why i'm getting so finicky about this...  i know
y'all know what i'm talkin' about ("sure we do, melissa...please stop!")
ok, i'm done.  peace, melissa

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hey all-
it's 4 something a.m. and my hiney should be in bed, but i had to get on
and put in my bit about the show...the setlist has already been taken
care of, so i'll skip that.... ;)
ummmm...i was really excited to hear "crazy game" in person...in fact, i
nearly s**t my pants...i don't know why i didn't expect it...
i took a friend who had never seen the girls in concert before and was
so glad to see how it affected her....i love that!
memorable tunes..."shed your skin" had this wicked piano thing goin' on
courtesy of one o' the members of mrs. fun....(sorry to say, i missed
the opening act....) amy's "everglades...brother/sister/mother/driver"
thing...i couldn't begin to tell you what in thee hell she was talking
about, but loved it just the same...that's the beauty of it all!
ummmmm....."romeo & juliet" was barely audible over the singing
audience....that's my only complaint...people yell for her to sing it...
they should let her sing it!  ;)
it was raining like a mug when we left, and our 3.5 hour trip there
(from lima,oh) ended up being a 5 hr...trip home...is that possible?!
good conversation, coffee, and singing at the top of our lungs (with
very heavy eyelids!) enabled us to survive the trip home....big old
stupid (water spraying!)trucks and all....there were several times when
i thought we were gonna die, but the vibes within us were just too good
ta' let that happen... ;)

-bethany ;)
*off to bed i go....

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ok, it seems as if the people at sovo are really quick at updating their
web page. unless you checked out their page right after i sent my message,
you missed the article. they have now updated to the 12/11/97 issue.

i am out of town right now, but there is a copy of the 12/4/97 issue of
sovo thrown into the back of my car. once i get home this weekend, i will
try and find the time to transcribe the article and post it to the list.

deanna

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>>gee, when they make the indigo fashion dolls,  can "punk amy" be one
>>of them? there can be "punk amy" and "activist amy" and "folk emily"
>>and"electric emily"...any more?...they can come with their own little
>>instruments...collect them all!
>
>my 8-year-old daughter is on to it. she made her own amy and emily
>dolls... cut the hair of two barbie dolls this weekend, one with dark
>hair, one with light hair, dressed them as cool as she could, and had
>them singing and dancing. her first concert a couple of weeks ago really
>made an impression on her. i can't think of two better role models!

umm, sort of along the lines of this thread, but i'm wondering if i'm the
only one to have made a&e tree decorations...?  i know, i know - maybe it's
a bit un-pc to objectify good looking women - sorry ;) ... but at the
weekend my gf and i started making our christmas angels - cute cartoon angel
bodies with various wonderful heads pasted on top... as of next weekend
we'll have an angelic host of a&e, xena, gabrielle, scully, ripley, winona
etc etc... adorning our tree... (amy's going to look really cute with a
glitter halo and wings....)  well, it seemed like a good idea at the
time...but i always did want to be a blue peter presenter...(do we need to
get a life?)

seffy

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| please rid of me.  i do not wish to be on the listesrve anylonger.  as
| nice as it may be, 100 messages a day pisses me off.  hope you can
| understand.


here here..... to much mail.... not enough time (or space!!)

please delete me!!

dana@space.net.au

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chloe wrote:

> i went to the virginia slam website. the address is:
>
> faraday.clas.virginia.edu/~slm4b

well, no, actually, that's my website.  but you can
certainly go there if you want, although you won't find any
info on the virginia slam show.
                stephanie

stephanie lynne merhar
university of virginia
indigo@virginia.edu
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i think both manson and the spice girls are scarry qqqquiverrrrinnngg with
fright....

ps, steph, it took all my strength not to write patriarchy bites on my father's
christmas card...lol

all amerikan grrrl wrote:

> > > they are quite disturbing, but
> > > disturbing in a manner in which it draws me in.  call me sick, whatever.
> >
> > ...kinda like the spice girls...
>
> to be quite honest....no not really.  i find the spice girls to be
> annoying....they lack that certain "umph" that manson has to make you go
> "wow".
>
> *********************
> st-st-st-st-st-steph
>
>   "patriarchy bites!"
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hello!  i was wondering if anyone had any ideas about how to get hold of a
boot from the omaha show.  i don't know anything much about boots, but i'd
trade just about anything to get this one...any tips would be appreciated!

jordy

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hi fellow listees!

well it's wednesday morning, "the day after" the girls took to the
stage.  their performance was exceptional.  i don't know if it was
the front-row tickets i had or fact that they were just really really
great, but they **were* really, really great*. :))))

sara kept looking down at our area and one time when i thought i
had eye contact i waved to her (she was in an in-between part of
playing, just standing there dancing to the music).  she waved
back! and got a big smile on her face.  everyone around me saw
this and they all leaned in towards me with their hands out
giggling and smilin and laughin. hehehe  oh!  it was great.  then,
after ctf when they were all bowing, she turned toward me and
made direct eye contact again and paused motionless for a moment.
i clasped my hands in front of myself and made a slight bow motion,
to which she nodded and started leaning back laughing a little.  we
really had a thing going there. hehehe  she left the stage with a
big big smile.  i felt so joyous!  :))))  the bassist saw me!
the bassist saw me! :) eheheheeh

mrs. fun was the opener.  it was a two woman band, a drummer, kim,
and the keyboardist, catie i think.  they were both phenominal
musicians and had an interesting style.  the keyboardist went a
little overkill on her parts.  i think if they added one more
member to their band it would soften the sound a little without
losing energy.  but, all in all it was amazing to watch them
jam.  :)  they played this really cool song called "why are
words so different."  definately awesome.  mrs. fun came back
out for two songs with the girls.  emily was watching catie during
one of the jam sessions in crazy game and mouthed the words
"unbelievable" when catie was really getting into it.  it was
impressive, no doubt.  emily had this look in here eyes of awe
because catie's playing was so fast, furious and intense.  she
really really complimented that song.

i don't have a set list but they played (not in this order):

shame on you
power of two
scooter boys
get out the map
leeds   (just emily, she thanked us for listening to her and
         not singing too loudly. :)  i felt we owed it to her
         after the louisville crowd)
romeo and juliet        (just amy, she thanked us for singing
                         as loud as we could. :) hehehe)
crazy game
galileo
land of canaan
virginia woolf
shed your skin
down by the river
chickenman (really cool soc in this)
it's alright
least complicated (total jam)
closer to fine

i'm sure there are a few others that i'm missing.  they played
for nearly two hours.  it was awesome.  the security guys were
real strict.  there was an orchestra section out in front of us
that was probably 15' across so even though we had front row
tickets we were still about 20' or so from the girls. :)  but
it's alright! :)))

i got one of amy's guitar picks after the show.  unfortunately it
wasn't thrown out by amy, just one of the stage hands.  but, it was
on her microphone during the show!!! :)))  it's yellow and has lower-
case "indigo girls" kinda offset to the left.  it's two lines.  :) ah!

after the show i couldn't speak from singing and yelling so loud. :)
i was so sweaty from dancing, hopping, clapping, swaying, etc. :))))
i felt totally spent, and yet i had such a feeling of contentment.
i just smiled for the whole 2 hr drive home and went to bed with
such happy memories.  :)  oh!  it was a great night.  a night whereby
all future concerts will be judged.

unfortunately i heard this was going to be one of their last college
shows for a while or something. :(

wow!  i've written a lot.  :)  i've seen these long after-show messages
and never understood why they were so long, but here it is ... long and
all. :)  anyway, amy rarely made eye contact with anyone and sung with
her eyes closed all the time.  emily would scan around.  she made eye
contact with everyone in the first 10 rows i'm sure. :)  she never
really smiled that much.  everyone was screaming and being total fans
and she just kept on truckin'.  :)  she was having a good time but didn't
appear outwardly joyous like sara did.  sara was having a ball!  amy would
turn toward the band, jump up and down while playing and really really get
into it smiling and shouting and whooping!!! :)  oh well ... i could go
on and on and on.  the best concert-going experience of my life.

see you around!  :)

- rick

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        actually, i only became a girl scout this year (at 20!), since
you had to join to work at the camp i was working at. actually, it was
my first time ever at sleepaway camp, too, unless you count college
(thats all that college is, imho). anyway, i had great ig people to play
songs with, and i was the first guitar player they'd had for campfires
for a long time, which was cool. the funny thing is, i played po2 with
some friends at a campfire (it was deemed camper appropriate - we also
played world falls) and we also sang "make new friends" like every
friggin day, but i never connected them until just now...

        sarah (who just noticed that her posts to the list increase
proportionately with the amount of work she is actually supposed to be
doing, and has a paper due in two hours that she should really get back
to...)
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okay, how is this one for a great ig song moment- in world falls, the key
change right between em 'don't bury me, heal me...' while amy overlaps with
'i-i wish i was a nomad...' it's too awesome for words. i stop everyone
whenever it's on and say, listen, listen, right here... ahhhhh

and someone meantioned emily's growl in burn all the letters, so what about
amy's growl in all along the watchtower, right before, 'two riders, are
approaching' and the howl that follows? mmmmm...

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sorry for the wasted bw, but i'm trying to get a rosie o'doll for my wife for
christmas. the kmarts in my area say they haven't received any yet, but i saw
someone on the list talk about owning one. can that person e-mail me privately
to let me know how they got it?

thanx in advance!

- paul

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on wed, 10 dec 1997, terrilee11 wrote:

> okay, how is this one for a great ig song moment- in world falls, the key
> change right between em 'don't bury me, heal me...' while amy overlaps with
> 'i-i wish i was a nomad...' it's too awesome for words. i stop everyone
> whenever it's on and say, listen, listen, right here... ahhhhh
>
> and someone meantioned emily's growl in burn all the letters, so what about
> amy's growl in all along the watchtower, right before, 'two riders, are
> approaching' and the howl that follows? mmmmm...
>
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yes, yes, yes!

i've been trying to think of my favorite moment and that's it! "world
falls". i-i-i wish i was a nomad...agh, i looooove that!

amy m.

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i've updated my ig page with several new links:
<http://www.mindspring.com/~indigo/indigo.html>.  if you want to be on my list
for update notices for my entire site, not just the ig page, let me know.  i
usually update the music pages (<http://www.mindspring.com/~indigo/music.html>
and its offspring <g>) monthly, the lesbigay/women's page
<http://www.mindspring.com/~indigo/glb.html> quarterly, and the rest is pretty
static.

does anyone know what happened to matt (indigo jo)?  my links to the acoustic
guitar article "power of two", his indigo index, and his tabs/chords no longer
work.  i'd especially like to get a copy of the ag article to put back up,
that was a great one.

=-=-=-=

heidid4660 <heidid4660@aol.com> wrote:
>a holiday classic from i-girl

yea!!! thanks for sharing (from a fellow i-girl fan!)!

=-=-=-=
mnoelm <mnoelm@aol.com> wrote:
>>the cds above are not bootlegs, they're a promos sent to radio stations.
>>not sure how many were made, but it's got to be the most common of the
>>ig promos.
>
>true, but there are now "bootleg" copies of these promo discs out there, so
>if you are collecting for value rather than music, keep an eye out.

this is the first i've heard of it... where does this info comes from?  what
are the characteristics that revealed a cd to be pirated rather than the
promo?

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sandy ng <dp823@freenet.carleton.ca> wrote:
>does anyone know if this is true:
>
>that the lil' sound you hear at the begining of j&e
>is amy taking off her watch and placing it on the
>music stand!

i've heard that, and i'm pretty sure amy mentioned it in an interview, but i
can't locate the source to verify.

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hudsonvu <hudsonvu@aol.com> wrote:
>ok...here's the curve article accessible from aol, minus the pix...

but *please* go buy a copy of curve if you can to show support for their
coverage of the girls (and to support the magazine itself, if you're so
inclined).

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lori wrote:
>so, when all you students out there get back from home-cooked meals and get
>back to studying again, there will hopefully be a great lilith fair tape
>tree ready for branches and leaves!

great!  i've been disappointed by the lack of tape trees on this extensive
touring season the girls have had.  i know that not everyone has the equipment
to boot a show or the time to tree it, but it would be nice if more of those
who can do it would take the time to share the results when they turn out
well.  this list is the most generous i've ever been on, but i still think we
can do even better. :-)

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hi y'all!

my fav song moment has to be from last night's concert.  i had one before
from galileo when emily sings "i offer thanks to those before me, that's
all i've got to say..."  it just sends cold chills up and down my spine,
and the look on her face was total devotion.  amy was slightly turned near
her mic holding the moment after hitting some serious guitar music.  oh,
that was definately my favorite.

but last night i saw emily sing leeds.  she was the only one on stage at
that time and she was sitting at the keyboard.  her emotion, her strife,
her ultimate soul was poured into that song.  she hit every note as if it
was a fight for survival.  i didn't sing a word during that song out of
respect for her private moment in the light.

she shone at that keyboard like no other performer i've ever seen.  it is
now my favorite song moment.  specifically, when she's in the part:
"was it ever so the evil creep like ivy ... toe hold on the stronger half
of nature's dichotamy ... beating back a path through nothing more than
pure insistence, until here becomes ... the distance."

words cannot describe how i felt at that moment.  her energy was not just
felt by me, though.  the entire audience was quiet, at least they weren't
singing loud enough to be heard over her playing (as they were on almost
every other song :)))).  time slowed, sped up, did flip-flops in general. :)
i lost all track of reality as i drifted in and out of emilyness.

*sigh* ah, emily ... thank you. :)  my favorite song moment.

- rick

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>amy ray is a person who just strikes every single chord that i have
>in my body... i understand everything shes feeling... i could see that
>womans energy about a foot from her body... does anybody else notice
>that about her... the actually energy one can see around her...

oh!!!!  absolutely!!!!  (i hope you're talking about dec 9 show)

especially when she was singing that part about the driver and her
brother.  she was on fire!!!  whew!  and even in raj, which i don't
really like that much, she was definately all there.

- rick

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>9. shed your skin (something happened with amy's guitar.  i don't know what
>and if anyone closer could see, please let us know.  my roommate thought she
>broke a string but i don't know.  i couldn't see.  she apologized for it after
>the song ended)

she started playing, then stopped and realized her amp wasn't hooked up or
something.  she moved a couple dials, hit a couple paddle things on the floor
and then it came on.  she then turned to emily and smiled ... emily was already
looking over at her by then.  :)  they both smiled at each other and kept on
going.  it was a really cool personal moment. :)

- rick

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heather,

this is john.  i never got my blank tapes out for you to copy some boots
for me.  did you get my list?  and can you send me your s-mail so i can
get these tapes out.  thanx so incredibley much!!!!!  i am sooooooooo
excited!!!!!

thanx again and sorry for the delay!!!!!

j&t

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date:         wed, 10 dec 1997 13:23:10 -0600
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thought you guys might wanna have a voice in this poll.  the leader only
has 120 votes or so, so this list could put the girls on top.


http://www.pathfinder.com/people/sp/intrigue97/vote/poll.html

joy b

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hey y'all...
i have a question for ya.  i was supposed to sing power of two at my
brother's wedding on saturday.  unfortunately, i have not been able to
find the sheet music anywhere.  so here is my wierd question:   does
anyone have the sheet music and have access to a scanner and can scan it
onto the computer and email it to me?  i know this sounds wierd, and
frankly, i don't even know if it's possible, but i am desperate...i
can't order it, of course, because it won't get here in time.  or, if
anyone happens to have the tape of it without the singing (karoke or
something) and can convert it into wav or some file, please, please, i
am begging you... :-)
i have just about lost all hope of singing this and it is very important
to me... so, if you can possible help in any way, i would be eternally
greatful.

thanks so much,
sharon

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can someone post the interview with emily?

jenn =)

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date: tue, 9 dec 1997 17:06:37 -0500
from: deanna k. newcomb <deannan@mindspring.com>
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hey all! i haven't seen this posted to the list, but then again i haven't
been very good about keeping up with everything lately either. anyway, in
the december 4th issue of southern voice (the atlanta g/l/b newspaper),
there's a pretty good interview with emily.

you can read it on their homepage: http://www.southernvoice.com

once you're at their main page, just click on national news and the article
is right there.

enjoy,

deanna

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sorry for the waste of bw...but robin from kingston canada your tapes
are finally on the way!!!!!
lost your email addy, but you've shown great restraint not bashing me on
the list for taking so long =)

~lynda c.

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did anyone tape these shows? id really really like to get a copy of both
or either.
october 24, 1997 / newark, de / u of delaware
october 25, 1997 / baltimore, md / u of maryland

i've got lots of good stuff to trade =)

~lynda
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please go vote y'all! the girls are #94 out of 97! lets move them up! of
course it isn't quite right because a lot of the people listed are like
lady diana, and they have her multiple times with different spellings of
her name. the same for ellen and a few others so if they cleaned it up the
girls would prolly be higher up! lets push those numbers guys! we all know
they are the best of the best anyways!

at 01:23 pm 12/10/97 -0600, joy b wrote:
>thought you guys might wanna have a voice in this poll.  the leader only
>has 120 votes or so, so this list could put the girls on top.
>
>
>http://www.pathfinder.com/people/sp/intrigue97/vote/poll.html
>
>joy b
>

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 08:14:32 +0800
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howdy all,
just had to share my good news. i was lucky enough to get 2nd row seats for
the girls perth western australia concert in march. yeeeeeeehaaaaaaaa!!
roll on march.
does anyone have any idea when tickets will go on sale in south australia or
even if they are confirmed to play there yet??
take care
jen
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span with creatures who comfort us.
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totally!  i never noticed what amy was saying there.  that's really cool.
speaking of girl scout camp: boy do i miss it.  i went there as a camper for 8
years and was a counselor for 2.  sometimes towards the end of spring i find
myself considering quitting my 9-5 and signing up for a 24-7 at my old camp.

anne

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hi guys,

i was just wondering if anyone out there knew...

where in the hell does the "crunchy" in the term crunchy dyke come from?
what are the origins?

thanks for the time.

-alanna

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date:         wed, 10 dec 1997 16:45:44 -0500
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subject:      the fugitive quote/ fav ig moment

i sent out my interpretation of fugitive, and i mentioned a long quote
that fit the song.  the more i think about it, the more i think i should
post it.  if you don't want it then erase it . . .

to laugh is to risk appearing the fool.
to weep is to risk appearing sentimental.
to reach for another is to risk involvement.
to expose your feelings is to risk exposing your true self.
to place your ideas, your dreams before a crowd is to risk their loss.
to love is to risk not being loved in return.
to live is to risk dying.
to believe is to risk despair.
to try is to risk failure.
but risks must be taken, because the greatest hazard in life is to risk
nothing.
the person who risks nothing, does nothing, has nothing, is nothing.
they may avoid suffering and sorrow, but they cannot learn, feel, change,
grow, love, live.
chained by their attitudes they are slaves; they have forfeited their
freedom.
only a person who risks is free.

~~ anonymous chicago teacher

anybody else think it goes well with what amy was saying???
oh, and while i'm here i'll give one of my many fav ig moments . . . in
it's alright when amy hits that gourgeous low note at the end of "skin
stretched out from the growing pain" (you know how pain is that low
note??)  i heard that song before the album came out, and i kept
replaying that part . . . love at first listen i guess . . . anybody else
like that?  i'm surprised nobody's mentioned it!! :)

love,
carolyn!
ceturett@juno.com

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if anyone else has checked this out, am i the only one who thought that the
teaser at the end that tries to get you to buy the magazine was a little
gossipy and soap opera like? i mean, we try to refrain from commenting on amy
and emily's personal lives, and then right there it says "find out who amy's
ex is, and if amy and emily have ever gotten together!!"

erica

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does anyone have "lifeblood," "shades of indigo," or the 1990 live album?  i
am a huge fan of amy and emily but am unfortunately not in posession of any
of these or any bootlegs.  if anyone could help me build a collection i
would be forever grateful.  i will send tapes and money if i need to.
thanks so much.  please e mail me!

beth halpern  address: halpern5@ccm.net

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hey folks,

jenni anderson said:
> does anyone have any idea when tickets will go on sale in south australia or
> even if they are confirmed to play there yet??

yes, they're confirmed to play a club called "heaven", which
is inside a pub called the newmarket hotel.  tickets will
probably be through venuetix in sa.  they didn't know when
tickets would be going onsale although the woman at the
newmarket thought they'd have more news in a few days' time.

more australian ticket news: firstcall in sydney is
apparently now a part of ticketmaster, a change which
happened in the last couple of days.  hm.  no news about
the second sydney or melbourne shows yet...

more in a minute (i'm still collecting my thoughts) -
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i am in dire need of help!!

can anyone point me to the web site that has the lastest info on the
upcoming tour dates (which includes the west coast shows)?  pollstar
doesn't have the west coast dates.  i know i've been to this web site, but
i can't find my way back!  i hear that some tickets go on sale soon, so
please, someone help me!!

please e-mail me privately, please.

melissa
anderson@biostat.washington.edu

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in a message dated 97-12-09 23:55:55 est, you write:

<< the cameras or guns part  >>
i always was very intrigued by this part.  have you ever noticed that one
shoots both a camera and a gun?

jennifer

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in a message dated 97-12-09 23:53:15 est, you write:

<< were any of y'all in girls scouts and know what i'm talking about?? >>
actually, at times i am a professional girl scout.  summer camp counselor at
a girl scout camp.  so yeah.  i dig that.  it's also funny cause indigo girls
are often very prominant at our camp, everyone listens to them.  it's kind of
appropriate.  in a place that is only for women, a camp like that is very
female oriented in soo many ways.  and then who else would we listen to but
amy and emily.
jennifer

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hey all,
  whatever article i was reading that called amy's voice a
"gruff alto" and emily's a "clear soprano" got me thinking.
is it possible for a woman to be a tenor?  b/c i'm an alto
2 and amy can sing a lot lower than me.  and is emily a
soprano 2?  i'm curious as to what their actual ranges are,
but i don't know how i'd ever figure that out.  maybe find
their h.s. choir director?  my second question : what the
hell is a scooter boy?  i looked on the faq and apparently
it's some sort of person from england who colonized
argentina, but does anyone know what it really refers to?
i know someone has asked this before, and i don't remember
anybody responding.  if it has been discussed, please
e-mail me privately.
                        thanks!
                        stephanie

stephanie lynne merhar
university of virginia
indigo@virginia.edu
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here's the second. btw, these articles originally appeared in our
newspaper, the missoulian.


indigo girls 'artistic activists'

        emily saliers and amy ray - the indigo girls - proclaimed
themselves "activists first, musicians second" during a day of activism -
and music-making - in missoula on thursday.
        the folk-rock duo used the last stop in their honor the earth
concert tour to speak out against logging in the central idaho back
country, the killing of bison that wander outside yellowstone national
park and the shipment of nuclear waste from east coast power plants to
indian reservations in the west.
        "we are not empty-headed celebrities," said ray. "we are humans,
we are taxpayers and we care about this stuff."
        it is true, said saliers, that "a lot of americans listen to
celebrities - and we're not even that famous."
        it also is true, said ray, "that we are activists first, musicians
second."
        "but we don't try to mobilize people who don't know what they're
talking about," said ray.. "and," added saliers, "people won't continue to
be active. it has to be in their hearts."
        saliers and ray have, since the early 1980s, aligned themselves
with indian issues, although neither is a tribal member. their honor the
earth organization is governed by indians, who help select the
environmental issues to be highlighted during indigo girls concert tours.
        a contingent of a dozen environmental and indian activists joined
the musicians on several pre-concert stops in missoula., including a brief
visit to an activist camp built this week outside the u.s. forest
service's regional office.
        the cove-mallard coalition is protesting logging in a roadless
area in central idaho - a piece of back country that connects and
completes the largest block of wilderness in the lower 48 states. one
protester is sitting on a swinging platform suspended from a tripod of
logs two stories high.
        saliers, ray and their entourage gave the cove-mallard protesters
a quick thumbs-up and a few words of support in early afternoon. the
protesters promised to continue their occupation all month; one promised
to be arrested "again and again" until the logging stops.
        during a stop at the missoulian, the musicians asked their
activist-companions to talk about the slaughter of bison at yellowstone
and pending federal legislation to ship nuclear waste west.
        "we don't claim to be scientists," said ray. "but we've been
activists for a long time. we are reasonably intelligent people, and we
think the public is as well. people are eager to learn about these
issues."
        rosalie little thunder, a member of the rosebud sioux tribe and
chairwoman of a group called seventh generation, asked the state of
montana and the federal government to stop killing bison that wander
outside yellowstone park. indian tribes gladly would pasture the bison on
grasslands in wyoming and the dakotas, she said.
        bison, in fact, are needed in the grassland ecosystem, little
thunder said. "we want to restore them to the land. we still feel the
impact of the absence of the buffalo. we need their presence on the land."
        the yellowstone herd is wild - the last of its kind, she said.
        winona laduke, president of the indigenous women's network and a
vice presidential candidate on ralph nader's green party ticket, used the
indigo girls' platform to speak against the nuclear waste policy act of
1997 - "stealth legislation," in her words, that would send tens of
thousands of truckloads of radioactive waste across the country.
        the act has passed the u.s. senate and is awaiting a vote in the
house of representatives.
        "this is our america," laduke said. "if it is going to be a
totally nuclear future, we all need to know about that and talk about
that."
        thus, the talk of environmental issues and the fund-raising for
grass-roots environmental and indigenous groups at thursday night's
concert in missoula. "a little celebrity clout," said laduke. "and we are
grateful for it."

enjoy, y'all.

:0)

amy m.

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"we are not empty-headed celebrities."
               -the goddess, amy ray
"women together is a powerful thing. especially when you join it with
music."
               -the goddess, emily saliers
"amy is the stuff fantasies are made of, emily is the stuff romantics
yearn for."
               -the goddess, jill certo

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it does sound like someone laying their watch on a music stand - did we decide
this was for real - cause thats what it sounds like.

b (who is hating that she has to sign off the list tomorrow cause friday she'll
have no job but is looking on the bright side of how much she'll love being on
the list again once she gets a job -- or a computer whichever comes first).

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on wed, 10 dec 1997, alanna christine wrote:
> where in the hell does the "crunchy" in the term crunchy dyke come from?
> what are the origins?

i believe 'they' are referring to the *earthy-crunchy*, tree-hugging,
hippie-ish dykes, especially prominent in their natural habitats, namely,
indigo girls concerts, or particularly 'crunchy' college campuses (as in
my own oberlin). they are they the ones wearing birkenstocks, some random
"save the blankety-blanks" t-shirts, long dangly feather earrings, lots of
patchouli.  particular to this species is the rarely-seen "ape drape"
haircut, which bears a resemblance to the fur of our primate sisters.  if
you were to follow one of these creatures home, you would find their
kitchen to be resembling a whole-food, vegan co-op, their bathroom to be
well-stocked by the body shop (banana hair putty and all!), their bedroom
air to be smoky with incense, decorated with various assorted crystals
(each for a different energy zone, or chakra, you know) and dreamcatchers.
the bookshelves will be lined with such titles as _women who hunt with the
wolves_, _amazonia:  tales of a warrior princess_, and other sundry copies
of anything by deepak chopra; the music wafting through the air will be a
cd of 3,000 native american flutes or some similar piece, possibly some
ferron or joan armatrading too.  note also the "praise the goddess" and
"visualize whirled peas" bumper stickers. *should* you
decide to pursue one of these creatures, be forewarned:  they are known to
latch onto innocent crushes and accost them with what is termed
"luggage" or, here, "issues", and tend to not want to let go.  should this
happen to you, understand that there is no way out.  be prepared for a
lifetime of "happy solstice" cards and herbal tea.
now you know, and knowing is half the battle.
go in peace, intrepid explorer.
jill ;)

(off the big list for a bit so i can actually get some work done... stop
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for those who care about such things, the large "primitive looking"
drum currenly in use on the tour is not (as i previously reported)
a mapuche drum.  mea culpa.  i had tarahumaran drums and mapuche
drums reversed.  that big drum is almost certainly tarahumaran,
from the copper canyon area of chihuahua, mexico.  sorry for the mixup.
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hey guys, i have voted about 10 times so far for ig on the most
intreaguing(sp) poll.
they were tied with brad pitt and some others at 18 votes when i left...
princess diana had about 247 votes and she was first.

i think we'll have our girls in the top ten if we all go out and vote, here's
the addy:
<a href="http://www.pathfinder.com/people/sp/intrigue97/vote/poll.html">people
online...most intriguing 1997</a>
<a href="http://www.pathfinder.com/people/sp/intrigue97/vote/poll.html">people
online...most intriguing 1997</a>

thanks, kim

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i'm so excited!!!!!!  i thought i was losing my mind when i heard the "make
new friends but keep the old" part in power of two a couple months ago.  i
had, like the exact same experience as sarah....i've worked at a girl scout
camp for several years now and just connected this a couple months ago.
although, i though i was losing my mind and had been singing girl scout
songs too much...i'm soooo glad someone else noticed this too.
and sarah, if you ever want to share camp stories with me, that would be
cool!  just emial me!!

sarah pinsker wrote:

>         actually, i only became a girl scout this year (at 20!), since
> you had to join to work at the camp i was working at. actually, it was
> my first time ever at sleepaway camp, too, unless you count college
> (thats all that college is, imho). anyway, i had great ig people to play
> songs with, and i was the first guitar player they'd had for campfires
> for a long time, which was cool. the funny thing is, i played po2 with
> some friends at a campfire (it was deemed camper appropriate - we also
> played world falls) and we also sang "make new friends" like every
> friggin day, but i never connected them until just now...
>
>         sarah (who just noticed that her posts to the list increase
> proportionately with the amount of work she is actually supposed to be
> doing, and has a paper due in two hours that she should really get back
> to...)
>         spinsker@goucher.edu
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ijust deleted a message that someone sent me that said kgsr in the header.
please resend if it was you.

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>>http://www.pathfinder.com/people/sp/intrigue97/vote/poll.html

indigo girls moved up to 76.  :)  keep voting!  :)

- rick

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hello all!  :)

>   whatever article i was reading that called amy's voice a
> "gruff alto" and emily's a "clear soprano" got me thinking.
> is it possible for a woman to be a tenor?  b/c i'm an alto
> 2 and amy can sing a lot lower than me.  and is emily a
> soprano 2?

        if i remember correctly, it's possible for a woman to be a tenor,
but it *is* rare.  the vocal quality is just different.  i have a range
that includes a number of "tenor" notes, but i am somewhat-officially
classified as a soprano 2.  my range is somewhere around e below midc and
the e above "high"c (3 octaves).  go figure.  :)
        to get to a&e, i think that amy is an alto2 and emily is a
soprano2.  you have to remember that 'true' altos are also very difficult
to find.  most choir altos are really second sopranos.  at least this is
what my choir directors keep telling me!  :)
        best of luck on finals to those students out there!!!

--leona
(who is suffering through a term paper as we type)
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date:         wed, 10 dec 1997 20:16:07 -0500
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>that big drum is almost certainly tarahumaran,

my sister said the drum looked like a log.  we started singing to the
ren-and-stimpy cartoon "it's log, it's log, it's big it's heavy, it's
wood...." song singing "it's log drum, it's log drum..." hehehe :)

- rick

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>indigo girls moved up to 76.  :)  keep voting!  :)
>
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>--when i checked they were at 26

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alanna christine wrote:
>
> hi guys,
>
> i was just wondering if anyone out there knew...
>
> where in the hell does the "crunchy" in the term crunchy dyke come from?
> what are the origins?
>
> thanks for the time.
>
> -alanna
>
alanna:

i think i have an answer for you.  i don't know the context that you
heard the term, but, this was the first thing that sprang to my mind.
i believe that the term is a slang for a "granola" lesbian.  if i
understand my lesbian herstory books correctly, the stereotypical
lesbian image of the 70's was portrayed by a woman who lived below her
means in order to protest the patriarical system, usually was a
vegetarian (probably consuming lots of granola, thus the "crunchy" term)
and was involved in all sorts of womyn centered polictical activism.
she was usually very androgenous in order to seperate herself from the
"butch/femme" subculture of working class dykes of the 50's and 60's who
were thought to emulate male/female relationships.  oh, yea and she wore
berkinstocks...

so, where did you hear the term?


barb (who never was a "crunchy dyke" but admires them greatly...a&e
comes to mind...)
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i just wanted to let everyone know that i've voted now twice for the ig and
that i voted for them as "the indigo girls" -spelled exactly like that. the
thing is,everyone has to vote spelling it the same way or else it won't
work...i saw that they were listed as #66 with the spelling "indigo girls"
so we should decide exactly how we are all going to write it and then all
vote!!!-dave

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a few people asked how they can get curve (lesbian mag formerly known as
deneuve).  it is a national magazine, but with limited distribution.  your
local gay/women's bookstore should have it.  look for women's bookstores at
<http://www.fembooknet.com>.  if you don't have one near you, lammas in dc
will gladly accept mail orders via its 800 number:

    lammas women's books & more
    1607 17th st. nw
    washington dc 20009
    202-775-8218
    800-955-2662
    fax 202-775-0588

another option is to contact curve directly:

        curve
        one haight street
        suite b
        san francisco, ca  94102
        415-863-6538
        subscription inquiries: 818-760-8983

you'll want the january issue, with ig on the cover, and presumably the
february issue with the second half of the article.  i highly recommend it,
there are a lot of good pics, several i don't recall seeing elsewhere
(including the cover).

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they had numerous spellings.  the indigo girls, indigo girls, indigo girls etc


at 08:26 pm 12/10/1997 -0500, you wrote:
>i just wanted to let everyone know that i've voted now twice for the ig and
>that i voted for them as "the indigo girls" -spelled exactly like that. the
>thing is,everyone has to vote spelling it the same way or else it won't
>work...i saw that they were listed as #66 with the spelling "indigo girls"
>so we should decide exactly how we are all going to write it and then all
>vote!!!-dave
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i was just thinking about this the other day...some of my favorite songs
are those when amy starts out all alone, and then comes that moment where
emily chimes in and *wow*.  strange fire and fugitive are two of my
favorite songs for just that reason--the energy between the two voices
at that moment of connection.

back to papers and finals.

anna m.

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hey all,
i have trained my friends well. i got a call from a friend in nyc about a
little picture of amy & emily in the magazine publishers weekly of all places.
it is a trade rag for booksellers & publishers. the picture is in the december
8th issue & it is of them with a bunch of the people associated with the
daughters of the moon, sisters of the sun book. everybody is really smiley.
thought you might like to know...
-alexandra

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hey garian-

i lost your e-mail addy but i wanted to say thanks so much for the video
and the tape.  what a nice suprise!!!  you totally made my day!! thank you
very very very much!

rob
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i need the website with the west coast dates too.
please e-mail me privately....please!
peace
out

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jill wrote:

note also the "praise the goddess" and "visualize
whirled peas" bumper stickers. *should* you decide to
pursue one of these creatures, be forewarned:  they
are known to latch onto innocent crushes and accost
them with what is termed  "luggage" or, here,
"issues", and tend to not want to let go.  should
this  happen to you, understand that there is no way
out.  be prepared for a  lifetime of "happy solstice"
cards and herbal tea.
now you know, and knowing is half the battle.
go in peace, intrepid explorer.
jill ;)

end of jill-ism....
so jill was your ex one of these crunchy dykes with
issues?  is that what makes you such an authority?

and a debate team i know has the peas sticker...but
they're both guys.  str8 guys.  how should i feel
about this?

amanda

ps not to offend jill and her jill-isms, b/c i think
she knows i love her!  (and if you don't jill, i
promclaim it here: i love you and all your
jill-isms....just don't tell my lover.)  :) :)


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in a message dated 12/10/97 9:00:29 pm, you wrote:

>oh, and while i'm here i'll give one of my many fav ig moments . . . in
>it's alright when amy hits that gourgeous low note at the end of "skin
>stretched out from the growing pain" (you know how pain is that low
>note??)  i heard that song before the album came out, and i kept
>replaying that part . . . love at first listen i guess . . . anybody else
>like that?  i'm surprised nobody's mentioned it!! :)

i remember somebody mentioning this with sos first came out ... in fact, i
think they said it made them start questioning whether they were truly
straight or not!

i started out a big emily fan and still favor her songwriting over amy's but
amy is an integral part of what makes emily's songs so great.  in so many of
emily's ballads, amy can just wrap her voice around a lyric and send shivers
up your spine ... i love that about her!  in her own songs, she can be really
rough and rock out, but in emily's ballads, she can bring it down to a whole
different quality and make you cry or swoon or whatever.  i have rop on
tonight and listening to the harmonies on love will come to you still blows me
away after 5 years of listening.  gotta stop ... i'm becoming verklempt!

heidi

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hey--while we're all trying to move the girls up in the most interesting
poll, let's try to move the spice girls up on the least interesting poll!
:)

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>a few people asked how they can get curve (lesbian mag formerly known as
>deneuve).  it is a national magazine, but with limited distribution.  your
>local gay/women's bookstore should have it.

i've also seen copies at two different borders locations, so it's probably
at most of them.


elizabeth <-- who's peeved because she was at borders on saturday (when she
actually had transportation out of this podunk college town), but the new
issue wasn't out yet, so now she has to wait until she goes home next
thursday to go to the borders there to get her long-awaited copy


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all the stuff i had up for trade has been spoken for. thanks to those who
inquired.
-sam

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i've listened to the early boots that i have, and amy's voice does not
have quite the same quality that it has now.  of course, she is older, and
women's voices reach their peak maturity around the age of 37.  i would
guess that 15 years or so of singing for a living, and not singing with
proper vocal support at that, would possibly damage her vocal chords.  we
have also discussed on this list the fact that she smokes (or at least has
in the past), and that tends to deepen the voice as well.

in any case, she still makes me weak in the knees when she hits those low
notes....

:)
anna

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>hello all!  :)
>
>>   whatever article i was reading that called amy's voice a
>> "gruff alto" and emily's a "clear soprano" got me thinking.
>> is it possible for a woman to be a tenor?  b/c i'm an alto
>> 2 and amy can sing a lot lower than me.  and is emily a
>> soprano 2?

hey :-)
        i think amy is called a "contralto." it's the lowest female voice
(like a female tenor almost).
i think she's one of those hard to find "true choir altos." i dunno..i've
just never heard anyone able to sing low e's as clear as daylight before!!
                                                        -heather

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hi y'all,

although i don't get the cedar rapids gazette,
someone at work saved the review of friday's
cedar rapids show for me.  (my
reputation as an ig fan proceeds me!)  here it
is:

indigo girls deliver beat, moving lyrics
by jake stigers, free-lance reviewer
---------------------------------------------------------
   there's something amazing about good
musicians - and amy ray and emily saliers
are incredible musicians.
   they're the indigo girls, and they delivered
a powerhouse concert last night to a near
sell-out crowd at the paramount theater.
   the indigo girls also are accomplished
songwriters.  last night, they filled almost
three hours with their wonderful songs.
   drawing on a range of musical traditions
from folk to rock 'n' roll, they've piled soaring
harmonies on driving beats and blended the
sounds of guitars, harmonicas, banjos and
even mandolins to create popular music
since 1987.
   the cedar rapids crowd was wildly
enthusiastic and sang along with every song.
   ray and saliers periodically turned the
microphones over to the audience, which was
the best time to hear their lyrics.  overambitious
amplification distorted much of the show.
   the distortion was especially unfortunate
in this concert because the indigo girls' lyrics
are inspired and quite moving, drawing on
such varied sources as shakespeare, the
bible, science and even current events.
   fortunately, creative, intricate lighting design
made up for any technical shortcomings in
the sound.
   the duo closed their show with a driving,
calypso-flavored rendition of their hit, "galileo,"
then offered up a well-received, all-acoustic
"closer to fine" as a reprise.
   vonda shepard opened the show with a
melodic 40-minute set featuring her hit,
"searching my soul," the theme to television's
"ally mcbeal."

--------
my comments:

this man is definitely not a frequent concert
goer (which is normal and okay...don't get me
wrong).  having seen 10 concerts myself, all
this year, i can tell you that the cedar rapids
crowd was one of the least enthusiastic
crowds of them all - not typical of an ig crowd.
a good example of this:  most of the audience
sat through the first song, "tangled up in blue."
they almost weren't going to stand up for soy,
but i played the chicken(with her head cut off)woman
and got the domino effect going.....the first few
rows, the next few rows, going towards the back....
until most of the first floor was on its feet.  the most
unfortunate thing is that a&e had to look at sitters
in several of the front rows all evening.  doh!  even
my coworker friend who i got a ticket for wore his
work clothes....shirt and tie...very stuffy....in the
first row!  oh, well.  oh, and the singing was kinda
quiet too.

the amplification was not too bad at all, not
unlike the other shows i've seen.  i do, however,
agree that the sound is often too distorted in ig's
shows.  i'm the kind of fan who
wouldn't mind at all if ig played all their shows
with just them and their guitars and as small
of speakers as needed to get the sound out
to everyone.  but, the masses love noise at
concerts.  c'est la vie.

another thing....um, is the "creative, intricate
lighting design" something y'all readily notice?
it's one of the last things i notice, since the songs
and a&e are so darn entrancing.  how in the world
can "creative, intricate lighting design <make> up
for any technical shortcomings in the sound?"  the
sound is so much more important!  i don't remember
this list ever talking at length on the lighting of ig
shows.  (not that we shouldn't, but it's not the bread
and butter of ig's performances.)

ig sang galileo as they always do, no more
"calypso-flavored" (if you can say that) than usual.
it's kinda funny how this writer got so over-zealous
with his praise but didn't really look at the show as a
professional reviewer would and should.  sorry, y'all.
i just had to comment on this article.  of course, if
i would've done the article, i'm not sure if the city
of cedar rapids would've took too kindly to me
addressing the "awesome" indigo girls as the
"greatest lesbian goddesses of our time!"  :)  um,
so, on second thought, maybe jake's article wasn't
half bad.  oh, my!  time to lurk again.....

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 13:53:55 +1100
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hey folks,

stephanie merhar said:
> their h.s. choir director?  my second question : what the
> hell is a scooter boy?  i looked on the faq and apparently
> it's some sort of person from england who colonized
> argentina, but does anyone know what it really refers to?

*grin* the reason it's not in the faq is because we couldn't
figure it out either.  i think it's supposed to be an image
of ye olde england or something (doesn't make a whole lot of
sense to me personally but anyway...)

carolyn turett said:
>this has always struck an extremely personal chord with me, at least in
>my way of seeing it.  so, she's harboring the fugitive, who interacts
>with her in some kind of mutualistic relationship.  to me, that is all
>the part about being gay.  this "fugitive" is a "defector of a kind",

excellent stuff, carolyn!  i'd never thought about that
interpretation of "fugitive" before - the song also makes
a lot of sense in the context you proposed.  in fact...

>my favorite passage of the song: "i stood without clothes danced in the
>sand, i was aching with freedom kissing the damned.  i said remember this
>as how it should be . . ."  now this is where i go crazy in my
>interpretation . . . that has always seemed like a dream image to me.

this actually makes more sense in your interpretation than
it does in the "other" interpretation (the interpretation
that the song is about trying to sustain a relationship
while under the public eye, that is).  i never did quite get
the "damned" reference.  although, now that i think about it,
it seems like a dream image whichever interpretation you use
anyway...

(sorry, i'm not making too much sense today.  i keep getting
distracted by people asking me things...)

what else?  oh yes, the fan survey.  i've decided that as
of sunday, the fan survey will be shut down until the end of
january 1998.  so, this is the last call for submissions
for version iv of the survey; i'll open version v in a month
or two and the fun will start all over again.

if you want to fill out the survey before sunday, you can
find it on the web at http://www.fl.net.au/~sherlyn/igsurvey,
or it's available via email from me (just drop me a line).
i do still have 250 or so entries to add in, and i hope to get
them all tallied by the time i go away for the holidays.
i'll post the final results to the list when i'm done, as
usual...

okey-doke, i gotta go.  sorry if none of this made sense. :)
happy happy folks,
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in a message dated 97-12-10 19:58:59 est, kdb3423 writes:

<< hey guys, i have voted about 10 times so far for ig on the most
intreaguing(sp) poll.
they were tied with brad pitt and some others at 18 votes when i left...
princess diana had about 247 votes and she was first.

i think we'll have our girls in the top ten if we all go out and vote, here's
the addy:
<a href="http://www.pathfinder.com/people/sp/intrigue97/vote/poll.html">people
online...most intriguing 1997</a>
<a href="http://www.pathfinder.com/people/sp/intrigue97/vote/poll.html">people
online...most intriguing 1997</a>

thanks, kim >>


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hey guys, i have voted about 10 times so far for ig on the most
intreaguing(sp) poll.
they were tied with brad pitt and some others at 18 votes when i left...
princess diana had about 247 votes and she was first.

i think we'll have our girls in the top ten if we all go out and vote, here's
the addy:
<a href="http://www.pathfinder.com/people/sp/intrigue97/vote/poll.html">people
online...most intriguing 1997</a>
<a href="http://www.pathfinder.com/people/sp/intrigue97/vote/poll.html">people
online...most intriguing 1997</a>

thanks, kim

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i got one!

the part in center stage right after the "mary had a little lamb" part where
everything gets all quiet and amy comes in singing "i cross myself before i
die, the leaping man he asks me 'why?' 'well your rhythm is off' i reply.
'now you must dance the dance that you imply!' "  ooooh, gives me goosebumps
:)

~liz

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hey everyone,


my fav parts would have to be:

1) in gotm whne amy repeats emily and sings " i'm gonna love you good..." the
really high part. y'all know what i'm talking about and don't even tell me you
didn't listen to that over and over again just to make sure that it was amy
singing that part.
2) in etiiot when emily flubs the line about "languageless connection"
3) centerstage when you hear in the instrumental part mary had a little lamb
and you hear amy i think singing along really quietly in this sort of
whisper...mmmm

well that's all         i know i have more but it's almost like you have to be
listening the
love, ilana           moment

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date:         wed, 10 dec 1997 23:06:29 est
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about the  eautiful ladies" line...
does anyone else imagine amy having a cute smiley smirky face?  its like
how you can tell if someone is smiling when you are talking to a happy
person over the phone.

love,
  carol

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        k...to settle this question...


        yes...it is amy and her watch...here's the direct quote from the
<italic>rites of passage</italic> press release...


        "on <italic>rites of passage</italic>, the fifth release on epic by the
indigo girls, a song calles "jonas and ezekiel" begins with a few seconds
of eerie ambient sound.


        "that's cooper seay of the ellen james society, playing a backwards
guitar track," explains the indigos' amy ray, "and me, taking my watch
off and putting it on the music stand before i started singing.  they're
almost accidental sounds, and that's the kind of thing that makes this
album something different for us..."


(reprinted without permission, mistakes are mine...)


                take it easy,


                        jen


"hey holy, console me, some power controls me

remorse it, i force it

can't free it, so be it"     ar

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the fave off the top of my head is when amy gives that most powerful
"kid fears" in (duh) "kid fears."  i just wish *i* could do that...

love y'all,
  carol

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hello all,

i am a little to all of this...i have a question....
is there an indigo girl chat room out there?  if there is please email me
with the url.  i have just started going into chst rooms that's why i am a
little new at this.

thanks all!

maurene (mousey@wizard.com)

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mine would be in everything in its own time, i love the harmonies (except for
ulali - anyone who has wav capability, email me and put wav in the header,
i'll send you my personally-made sound bit of ulali and what i'd like to do
with them......)

also i love the "sha-la"s on joking

and also i love the "i went looking for a girl" part on chickenman.........

and also i love............................. etc..................  :o)

peace, harmony, and indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
  ~novitiate of suzanneglassism
   ~president, grlchasr26 fan club
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and he said, cause you're in my front yard!
boy did i feel as white as the snow!"
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carol wrote:
>about the  eautiful ladies" line...
>does anyone else imagine amy having a cute smiley smirky face?

definitely - i even get my own smirky face when i sing along.  i love
actually seeing her sing it, because she does that cute little eye roll
thing, like i can't believe i actually wrote this line and that the audience
(well, at least all the dykes) go insane every time i sing it, but i have
to, so here goes...

elizabeth <--who thinks the last week of the semester before finals may have
actually entirely filled her brain, which is why she's gonna shut up now
(no, you shut up!)

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date:         wed, 10 dec 1997 21:37:55 -0700
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why don't we use "the indigo girls", since they're at 19, higher than the
others.

amy m.

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"women together is a powerful thing. especially when you join it with
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"amy is the stuff fantasies are made of, emily is the stuff romantics
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               -the goddess, jill certo

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date:         wed, 10 dec 1997 23:27:24 -0500
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hey folks,

i haven't posted a current for sale list in a while, but i figure we all
are searching for stocking stuffers and the like. so here's a few indigo
goodies (and others) that would make a good gift for yourself or a special
ig fan.

i update the site at least every couple days. many of the items listed
below are being posted for the first time. for those of you who haven't
been there yet, shame on you. the address is:

        http://www.moonbase.com/fortunateones

there is also a chat room on the site now. so if you feel like talking
indigo or collectibles, stop by! happy shopping. write me if you find
anything you like at hamilton@stpt.usf.edu  ..also let me know if there is
anything you want that you don't see.

mention you are from the list and get a free all woman promo sampler cd
from lilith fair featuring paula cole, k.d. lang and more.

cds

ghost (promo)cd single - rare - $30
least complicated (promo) cd single  - $9
least complicated/dead man's hill/mystery - austria import - $20
least complicated/dead man's hill - austria sleeve pak - $20
hammer and nail (promo) cd single - $15
land of canaan - promo cd single - rare - $30
touch me fall - promo digipak cd single - $14
power of two - boys on the side promo cd single - $12
joking (promo) cd single - $14
bury my heart at wounded knee/(live)/thin line cd single - $12
shame on you - promo cd single - $12
theodore - alternative sampler - kid fears *live* - $14
stanley, son of theodore - w/ pushing the needle *live* - $12
tame yourself - w/ i'll give you my skin - $14
pick this - w/ ghost - $15


other folks (more indigo below though!)

michelle malone and drag the river - relentless - $30
sarah mclachlan - into the fire (2 versions) - promo - $20
sarah mclachlan - building a mystery (2 versions) sleeve pak - $12
ferron - still riot - new (sealed) - $12
tracy chapman - new beginnings - new (sealed) - $12
joni mitchell - hits - promo sleeve pak (full album) - $18
luscious jackson - fever in fever out - new - $12
tori amos - signed color 8 x 10 - $125
tori amos - backstage pass - $16
shawn colvin - wish you were here - sealed sleeve pak - $12
ani difranco - dilate - sealed promo - $12
ani difranco - shy - sealed promo - $12
ani difranco - in or out - sealed promo - $12
melissa etheridge - brave and crazy sealed 12" vinyl - $12
melissa etheridge - autographed color 8 x 10 - $135
melissa etheridge - vip backstage laminate pass w/ clip - $16
michelle shocked - fact and fiction 4 song sampler - $12
10,000 maniacs - in my tribe cd w/ peace train - $15
10,000 maniacs - in my tribe 12" vinyl w/ peace train - $12
10,000 maniacs - secrets of the i ching - w/ nat. ed. week - make offer
xena - autographed color 8 x 10 - signed "love lucy lawless - rare - $160
ellen james society - sealed reluctanly we vinyl - w/ amy ray - $20


vinyl

closer to fine - promo 7" - $22
closer to fine/cold as ice 7" - $22
strangefire  - w/ radio station tab label - $20
indigo girls  - $15
indigo girls (promo)  - $20
swamp ophelia lp - import - unsigned - $34
swamp ophelia lp - sealed - personally signed by the indigo girls - $30
swamp ophelia autographed green vinyl - $40
shades of indigo - green cover - $50
rites of passage white label test pressing - $40

other stuff

rites of passage tour program - $22
1995 honor the earth poster - indian woman w/ earth and tour dates - $16
ig honor the earth official tour shirts - natural (tan) color. swamp
     ophelia album cover on front and tour dates on back (xl) - $15
ig honor the earth official tour shirts - black w/ rock art on front
     and indigo girls/earth/tour dates on back (l) - $15


postage is extra (usually about $3 or $4)
we are fortunate ones,
joe
hamilton@stpt.usf.edu
http://www.moonbase.com/fortunateones

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 00:02:33 -0500
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robert arkin wrote:

> >indigo girls moved up to 76.  :)  keep voting!  :)
> >>
> >--when i checked they were at 26

just joining the silliness.  ig are at #20 (61 votes) and #67 (6
votes).  i also went back and voted for ani ("ani difranco", remember,
spelling and punctuation count).

http://www.pathfinder.com/people/sp/intrigue97/vote/poll.html

dianne

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 00:13:54 est
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> how many people have had the experience of actually seeing the
>>energy surrounding amy ray when she plays... there was an area of
about
>>8-12 inches around her and her guitar of pure energy while she
>performed
>>last night... it was amazing!!!!
>
>it sounds kinda like a corona.  maybe you can only see it if amy is
>eclipsed.  so don't look directly at her 'cuz you'll go blind.  well,
>gee, that stinks.  go ahead look, go blind, i will.  i can't stand to
>not look at her.  we'll be a big, blind list.
>
>love,
>  carol
>
>ps-we could call the energy amy rays--its the high energy waves that
>they never teach us in physics class--they're right above the gamma
rays
>in the electromagnetic waves spectrum
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> >>well, "fare thee well" was actually written quite a few years
>  >>ago.  wasn't emily performing it solo on the "rites of passage"
>  >>tour?  or am i hallucinating?
>  >
>  >you're right;  the earliest version i can document is on 06/14/92, at pine
>  >knob.

yup...i also have a boot of it from bumbershoot '91 (9-1-91).  she's
always put so much emotion into this song, even from the beginning.
although it's not my absolute favorite ig song, i can really respect
where emily is coming from.  it's kinda strange that they'd wait 3 years
or so to release the song on an album, but then, look at "nashville"! =)
okay, just my $.02...back to lurk-mode.

peace, love, and pear trees,
ponygirl

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hey y'all,
      sorry about the nigc, but i'm desperate.  if anybody out there has
icq and uses the program on a mac, i could really use some help.  i've
tried all outlets of help via mirablis and had no luck what so ever.

thanks in advance,
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"the indigo girls" are at #18! keep em coming!

amy m.

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in a message dated 97-12-10 23:57:44 est, heidid4600@aol.com writes:

<< i started out a big emily fan and still favor her songwriting over amy's
but
amy is an integral part of what makes emily's songs so great.  in so many of
emily's ballads, amy can just wrap her voice around a lyric and send shivers
up your spine ... i love that about her!  in her own songs, she can be really
rough and rock out, but in emily's ballads, she can bring it down to a whole
different quality and make you cry or swoon or whatever. >>

i totally agree!!  i keep meaning to really stop and think about my favorites
but since it is exam time and soon all of the good ones will be taken, i
should probably just tell the ones that come to mind most immediately.  very
favorites are harmonies in lotk (i know i have already discussed this a
little) and in ghost, when amy comes in with "don't tell a soul." {and then of
course, lyrically, comes that line that most of us know all too well: "when i
wake the things i dreamt about you last night make me blush" :) }  then in the
1200 curfews version of ctf, when emily says, "i got my papers and i was free-
ee!!!"  another on that cd is in "i don't wanna know" when amy says "i don't
care anymore." mmalone: "i don't care." and then emily "i don't care
either!!!" i just think that's so cute and playful!!  very new one, live, is
emily on leeds: "before the last ounce of my spirit blee-ee-eeds." anyone else
catch this? she doesn't always do it. also i think that in the live version of
world falls amy just sounds so passionate when she sings "everywhere i turn
all the beauty just keeps shaking me."  btw, speaking of amy and her oh so
passionate voice, has anyone else heard amy sing "juliet, when we made love i
used to cry/ i said..." she did it only once of the 2 times i have seen her
since she started singing this again.  i'll let you know if i think of
anymore. (hey!! get off the edge of your seat!!)

molly o+

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> 1) in gotm whne amy repeats emily and sings " i'm gonna love you good..." the
> really high part. y'all know what i'm talking about and don't even tell me you
> didn't listen to that over and over again just to make sure that it was amy
> singing that part.

i love that part!!!!!  amy really gets up there. i'm trying to think of
other songs where she sings that high....

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just nitpicking, sorry. isn't it michelle who says, "i don't care,
either"? just wondering.

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oh yeah, and i get chills every time i hear "we loved so hard that it hurt."
emily, emily, emily....

molly o+

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(in no particular order...)

1.  the a capella part of language or the kiss ("i am alone in a hotel room
tonight...") when the marimba goes "da-da-da-dadada".

2.  the part in "reunion" where the guitar rings a bit, then emily comes in
with 'we act empty and innocent..."  there's a little catch in her voice.
cool.

3.  "with every lesson learned a line upon your beautiful face..."  the
harmony!  an old-fashioned show-stopper.

4.  at the end of "power of two" when you can hear the backup vocalist (the
liner notes say sam "shake" anderson) sing "whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa..."
along with the harmonica.  it adds a soulful thang to a wonderful song.

5.  twinkle twinkle in the middle of "world falls".

6.  the second chorus of "mystery" where emily sings "...summer's beginning
to give up her fight..." and the roches (right?  maybe jane siberry too)
sing "yeahyeahyeah..."

7.  "can you hear it, a cry to be freeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee..."

8.  the funky little irish jig music in the middle of "cedar tree".

9.  in "shed your skin" where they break it down old-school on yo' punk
ass...sara lee goes nuts on the bass.

10.  "alright...we're gonna get on the midnight train to georgia..."

love
justin

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in jcs, she sings that high a lot! kind of ironic, since she plays a man.

amy m.

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while you're voting, why don't we vote for mm, ig and others in the wxpn
top 50 albums of the year?

www.xpn.org

darren

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i love that part near the end of "reunion" when amy sings "i remember you,
when we were shiny and new. now, you guard your faith, temper your speed.
it feels so funny to be free." i just discovered that this summer. gotta
love it.

amy m.

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just wanted to give an update on the "intriguing people" poll--i just voted,
and the indigo girls are now up to #18 (its wednesday night).

peace,
shelley

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i don't think i could say just how it feels.
arching flower, reckless wheel..." --barbara kessler

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o.k. a couple of my favorite song moments......
"all along the watchtower" -(every damned second! ;) hmmm...the line
where she gets all crazy and her vocal chords sound like they're gonna
come flying out of her mouth at any moment.."there are those among us
right here, right now, who still see li-ife...as some kind of a
joke...."  and ummm... can't forget "listen for the wild cats...here em'
growl....(that little throaty thing that she does so well!)"
aaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhh!

aaand i especially love that part in "center stage" where you can hear
the little part of "ode to joy...." being hummed really quietly...it
could be an instrument, though it sounds like emily...i dunno - it
always makes me get teary for some reason...i just really love the
instrumentation in that song...

that's my contribution...there are so many other "moments..." if i keep
goin' i'll never stop!

-bethany ;)

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i am so glad other people have noticed how emotional emily is and how into the music she is when she does leeds.  i was awestruck when i saw her play it in st. louis.  the song went way up on the scales for me after i saw her do it live.  she sang so loud and clear and strong and she literally banged out the tune on the keyboards!  it was grrrrreat!
toye

> but last night i saw emily sing leeds.  she was the only one on stage at
> that time and she was sitting at the keyboard.  her emotion, her strife,


> her ultimate soul was poured into that song.  she hit every note as if it
> was a fight for survival.
> she shone at that keyboard like no other performer i've ever seen.
> i lost all track of reality as i drifted in and out of emilyness.

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i've gotta be correctin' myself on the last post...i'm lovin' the "ode
to joy" on "cedar tree..." where did i get "center stage?!!!"
knew i shoulda' checked first... ;)

-bethany ;)

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okay sorry to post 3 consecutive messages but our girls are up to 18th place.
interestingly, 17 is rosie and 16 is ellen!! like i said, we're taking over!
if you count the other spellings we're in at 14th, nosing out batman!! keep
voting!!

molly o+

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hey, y'all--

in response to chickenwomyn's post:

<<about the  eautiful ladies" line...
does anyone else imagine amy having a cute smiley smirky face?>>

on the pbs "on the road" appearance last month, she was doing just that...i
swear, if my mother hadn't been in the room, i'd have (pg version) kissed the
screen.  camera closeup and everything...unreal <sigh>...

peace,
shelley

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hi--just several random thoughts that have popped into my late night brain
that i though should be shared.

first off and most importantly--my bestest bud, co-wife, favorite
tambourine player and keeper of concert tour dates and set lists, deb
reiser, is like waaaaaay ill.  i mean like she's in the hospital with nasty
pneumonia and god knows what else.  i thought that if a few extra get well
thoughts by y'all were had that maybe she'd get better sooner
(dreiser@wi.net).  maybe even a moment of silence or something in the
privacy of your own home....

....ok i know this is a very tacky segue but speaking of moments of
silence--how about some on the list here!!!  these 70-80 messages a day are
getting annoying.  i know it's co wife sherlyn's job to bitch about that
stuff but can we attempt to chill with the posting.  i am not censoring and
lord knows i realize with all the concerts that alot is out there but
please post minimally when possible.  my delete key hurts!

i know it's days after but  few extra thoughts about monday's milwaukee
show.  deb was absent which made it automatically sub-par but the crowd was
the best i have ever seen.   very appropriate, polite and cordial--yet fun.
i mean we sang the whole second half of ctf which btw still is a great
song and clearly gets the crowd going.  i think they should  try opening
with it for a change of pace.  sara lee gained like 70 pounds and can
barely get her arms around the bass guitar.  dave ellsion, while an asshole
in person, plays a mean harmonmica.  that child was makin all kinds of ooh
aahhohh noises in mid puff on the thing.  i was impressed.  i finally heard
r&j live.   very cool.  amy said the crowd "rocked" at the end which i
thought was  great compliment.  did it get us a second encore-no, but it
was nice nonetheless.  the night couldn't be out done when emily ended up
being the ice cream server at baskin robbins that we stopped off at on the
way home.  i don't know how she manages all these side gigs.  but man she
makes a mean peanut butter and chocolate.  by now please realize that the
above is somewhat fictional.

nigc--i caught enya on letterman tonight and have concluded that she is the
second most unrecognized band in the nation behind ig.  talk about awesome.
ok so it is mood music and will put you to sleep but wooooweee is she
good.  go buy some enya!

random thought and question:  i returned from the ig show and was greeted
by my so (no not my swamp ophelia) to comments like--you are just obsessed
with ig.  haven't you seen them enough (said in a loving, compassionate
tone of course).  how do others who have so's who aren't big ig fans deal
with the constant bewilderment and questioning of their fandom.  i
personally have trouble describing why it's ok to see them 3 times in 2
weeks.  they just rock is all i can muster up.  suggestions?

ok bed.  thanks for readin  ba bye now

greg

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in a message dated 97-12-11 02:02:25 est, amy m. writes:

<<
just nitpicking, sorry. isn't it michelle who says, "i don't care,
either"? just wondering. >>

on the ppv video it's emily

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yes!  she did it in st. louis, and all i can say is "oh, m'god!!!"  also, in st. louis when she sang sys, on one of the "come on overs" the music stopped and amy just whispered, "come on over now..."  i nearly fainted!!!!
toye


btw, speaking of amy and her oh so> passionate voice, has anyone else heard amy sing "juliet, when we made love i
> used to cry/ i said..."

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that would be right before the "growl" that i love so much! ;)
toye

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>
> oh yeah, and i get chills every time i hear "we loved so hard that it hurt."
> emily, emily, emily....
>
> molly o+
>
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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 00:21:48 -0700
reply-to:     "amy m." <indigrrl@selway.umt.edu>
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on thu, 11 dec 1997, missmoll99 wrote:

> in a message dated 97-12-11 02:02:25 est, amy m. writes:
>
> <<
>  just nitpicking, sorry. isn't it michelle who says, "i don't care,
>  either"? just wondering. >>
>
> on the ppv video it's emily
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forgive me, i haven't seen the video, i am so wrong. (gee, and that
happens so little. hmm, oh well.)

sorry,
amy m.

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date:         wed, 10 dec 1997 11:29:05 -0800
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well i just thought that i would take the time to wish everyone a very merry
christmas!!!

have funn all!

maurene

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 02:41:11 -0400
reply-to:     rhcp@alpha.wcoil.com
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i have chosen now, to redeem myself & my hideous mistake (i could have
at least picked a wrong song off of the same album!!!)...oh well- i'm
still running on empty from last night's adventure...that's my only
excuse...somehow i actually managed to get my tired a** out of bed and
go to work today... despite the 2 worthless hrs. of slumber (visions of
amy ray dancing in my head) that i had....
this just came to me as i was tryin' to fall asleep, so being the
obsessive homosapien (what'd ya' think i was gonna say?! ;)that i am, i
dragged my butt back outta bed and down to my "system.." :)  here i sit,
once again...
one of my favorite i.g. song moments of all time can be found in "you
left it up to me..." that's always been one o' my very favorite songs...
i love it near the end where the harmony in the chorus expands like
mad...("you left it up to meeeee---eee---eee---eeee---eeee")....and
there are like 3-4 voices instead of just the two of them.....following
that, amy sings the very last lines of the song...it gives me the
shivers every time... :(
let's see, maybe i can think of one more....aaah!
"you and me and the 10,000 wars" - when amy sings (specifically on "back
on the bus ya'll") "is there ever anything else that makes us take
our...different si-i-ides..." friggin' a....

o.k. i feel good inside now...my nerves are calm and my pulse has
slowed....now i can fall asleep in good conscience...

nighty night!
-bethany ;)

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 02:47:18 -0400
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question!  can anyone tell me who wrote "dancing shoes" and/or "her town
too" off of tuesday's children?!  those are two of my favorites on that
cassette and i'm realizing that i haven't a clue who wrote em...i'd
appreciate any help that can be offered! thank ya!

take care,
bethany ;)
*i'm really goin' to bed this time....dear lord, i must be crazy :o

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 04:01:26 -0500
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bethany, please e-mail me privately.  i have a question about the list
tape.  thanx!!!!!

jpyles@cougarnet.netexp.net

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 00:46:41 -0800
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don't know where this information comes from, or if this has already gone
out in the digest i haven't gotten yet, but someone posted this on usenet.
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hi!

i was just looking through postings to try and get the dates for 98 myself.
they are going to be in seattle on jan 22 and 23 at the paramount theatre.
tickets go on sale tomorrow morning at 10 am through ticketmaster. i was
hoping
to find some other dates for shows in the area since i can't make those
dates.
good luck!

_christi

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sorry this got kinda long.

1. (this one can be better appreciated on the video "live at the uptown
lounge") this was already partially mentioned... in "all along the
watchtower" - when amy says, "listen for the wildcats... hear them
grroowwlll", and then emily does some of her fancy finger-pickin'.
could that *be* any cooler... then finally at the end of the song - amy
does her famous "watchtower" soc - oh, yeah!

2. in "ghost" - the way emily sings: "as you pass through me..." - i
feel it everytime.

3. in concert, whenever amy actually opens her eyes and gets all
"smiley" while performing.

4. on 'jcs' - when amy says, "oh, mary, that is good!" uh-huh!

5. on 'jcs' - amy's performances of both "poor jerusalem" and
"gethsemane" - the woman's voice is extraordinary.

6. the first time i heard emily sing "it's alright" at newport 96 - the
line "hate me cause i'm different / hate me cause i'm gay" - just about
knocked me over & me (and a few 1000 other dykes) started screaming and
whoo-hooing our brains out. ditto for amy's "shame on you" - "when the
beautiful ladies... " line - a&e had finally *both* written "out" lyrics
- we were in lesbian heaven...

7. (this one is more of a personal moment.)  in 1992, when i was driving
south on i-85 thru south carolina (i think it was sc, anyway, i was
still living in nyc) - it was spring, either late morning or early
afternoon, i glanced down across the highway, looking sw, (the
south-bound lanes were slightly elevated on the side of a hill) and
noticed beyond the north-bound lanes - a field of peach trees that
seemed to stretch forever... then as i drove, a moment later... all the
trees suddenly lined up perfectly in evenly spaced rows. a huge  smile
spread across my face, as i realized that it was just like emily's song,
"and the peach trees stitched across the land..." so i started singing,
"maybe we'll make texas by the morning... " and then sang every song on
nis and their first one for hours and hours and hours...
i've since driven i-85 several times, and i've never found that same
exact place on i-85s, where the peach trees formed those perfect rows
that seemed to go on forever. if someone from nc, sc, ga or who's
familiar with the area knows what i'm talking about & exactly where it
is... i'd appreciate if they could e-mail privately to let me know.

:o)
peace...
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ticketmaster listed shows at the paramount theatre in seattle on january 22
and 23, and a show at the rose garden (not the intimate venue i'd been hoping
for) in portland on the 24th.

there was no info about when the tickets would go on sale, although they are
not currently on sale online.

no info about second potland date or any eugene dates.

kevin

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>it's alright
>
>indigo girl emily saliers talks to southern voice  about the 'evolution' of
>society, her life and her music
>
>by laura brown
>
>
>"sometimes you get more nervous because it's your hometown crowd, but other
>times it's just great to be home," says indigo girls' emily saliers. after six
>full-length studio albums and five grammy nominations, the folk-rock duo of
>saliers and amy ray returned nov. 25-26 for two sold-out shows in atlanta, the
>hometown they've never really left.
>
>both indigo girls grew up here and still live in the area. they began
>performing together while high school students in decatur, graduated from
>emory university and released their first single in 1985. heroines to many in
>the women's community, their 1996 performance at atlanta's pride festival drew
>record-breaking crowds, and their drop-in shows at local music venues, like
>their support for other atlanta musicians, are legendary.
>
>saliers spoke with southern voice  from madison, wis., a stop on the "endless
>tour" that brought the duo to the fox theatre last week. a self-described
>"bleeding-heart liberal, gay activist type," she characterized the past years
>as a time of "evolution" in society, her life and her music.
>
>>from mentoring at-risk gay youth to challenging "typical gender roles," from
>coming out personally to coming out professionally, saliers said, "we [as a
>society] have come a long way, but we have a long way to go."
>
>
>
>sovo: besides your shows at the fox, you were also here in atlanta nov. 11 for
>a discussion of mentoring benefiting the charis circle. why do you feel
>mentoring is important?
>
>saliers: i think it's a chance, in this case, for young women to speak with
>older women and not just for the sake of the young women, because both can
>give each other insight into their current or past experience. i think it's
>very important for generations to speak to each other to just get a holistic
>view of the way that life is moving and how life has evolved, and what young
>people are concerned about now. also, i think it's a good support system for
>people to just talk to each other on a basic level.
>
>sovo: in what ways have you served as a mentor, and do you act as mentors
>through your music?
>
>saliers: i guess some would say that we are, but i never really think of
>myself that way. i think of myself as just trying my way through life, just
>like everyone else. i suppose a lot of people have told us they've been able
>to get through certain experiences through listening to our music. they can
>relate to our music in a way that helps them with their lives, and i'm just
>grateful for that, i don't really analyze it. i've had lots of mentors,
>including my parents and some of the activists we've met along the way. people
>just need to look to each other for guidance and support. it's out there.
>
>sovo: you donated a track for the youthpride benefit cd. is there a particular
>need for mentors for lesbian and gay youth?
>
>saliers: there is absolutely no doubt that there is a huge need for mentors
>for lesbian, gay and bisexual youth. first of all, the suicide rate for gay
>youth is so astronomical, and a lot of those kids, they have no place to turn.
>they have people who make fun of them at school, they're confused about their
>identity--just living in a world of isolation and panic and depression.
>
>it's critical that those people get support, and i think it's getting better.
>it's harder in more rural areas, but i think it's better in the cities. so any
>chance we get to work with groups who work with young lesbian, gay and
>bisexual youth, we do our best to take part in that, because i think it's
>absolutely necessary.
>
>sovo: how old were you when you came out, and what role did having or not
>having mentors play in that?
>
>saliers: i came out when i was about 19 or so. i was kind of a late bloomer.
>but the most important thing for me was having friends, gay friends. i had had
>gay friends, but i didn't even know they were gay until i came out, and it was
>like, "wow, we're all gay." that was important, but beyond that i have a very
>loving and supportive family--it was very easy for me to tell my sisters, and
>it was relatively easy for me to tell my parents. but i can't say i had a lot
>of older lesbian mentors at that time. it was more friends and family that
>gave me support, and i was lucky because a lot of people don't even have that.
>
>sovo: on your most recent cd, "shaming of the sun," it seems that both you and
>amy are a lot more out in your lyrics. in "shame on you," amy sings about not
>knowing what to say when the "beautiful ladies" walk by, and you talk very
>openly about being hated for being gay in "it's alright." was that a conscious
>decision?
>
>saliers: not really, i think when i was writing "it's alright" i was just
>thinking about forms of oppression against people, and the way gay people are
>oppressed. i think rather than trying to say it in a poetic way, i came out
>and said it plain and straight, you know, there are those of you out there,
>'you might hate me because i'm gay.' i just thought of it as stating the
>facts, and why a song comes to you at a certain time instead of another time
>is a mystery but, you know, there it is.
>
>sovo: have you experienced any hostility within the music industry? that's
>certainly a concern that other musicians have expressed.
>
>saliers: we haven't experienced any hostility, but i feel quite certain that
>there's a lot of homophobia out there against us. i think it manifests itself
>sometimes in radio play or video play, because we don't really dress or act
>like what the typical gender roles for women are, and we're staunch feminists
>and we're very outspoken and that makes people uncomfortable. even though it's
>not like we're radical--if we were, it's fine, but--i think there is prejudice
>against us and i think that there is talking that goes on behind our backs.
>
>but nothing has kept us from having a wonderful career with amazing fans,
>straight and gay, all different ages and both genders, so you've just got to
>keep plugging away at that ignorance. i considerate it an evolution, and i
>think we're just in the middle of it. we've come a long way, but we've got a
>long way to go [as a society.]
>
>sovo: how does the process of coming out professionally compare to the process
>of coming out personally? was there a point where you were afraid it would
>affect your musical career?
>
>saliers: i did. amy never cared about it, she was never afraid of that at all.
>but you know, for a while i went through fears of being identified as a gay
>band first and then a band second--sort of being made invalid in some way by
>that identification. i also feared that people would judge me or not like me
>as much, just basic fears about coming out, and i've been out personally for a
>long, long time.
>
>but then one day, i was just like, this is so much more important. this is who
>i am and i feel good about it, and it's so much more important to get the word
>out there about being gay and how it's a normal part of life, it's just
>different from being straight. i've had no problem since then, and i wish i'd
>had the insight to do it earlier, but i think that's why you can't push people
>to come out or to speak their minds when they're not ready. it's all in good
>time and one day the light goes on and you're like, 'this is what i need to
>do.'
>
>sovo: you played pride last year, which was a huge moment for a lot of your
>fans. what was it like from the other side, from the stage instead of the
>audience?
>
>saliers: it was great. i love pride, i love the marches, and i love it when
>the gay community gets together. we're a really diverse community, and it's
>really dangerous when people think that all gay people are alike, because
>we're certainly not. i looked out there and i saw all the facets of the gay
>community, and straight people ... it was very moving to me, and i just felt
>like i was with my people.
>
>sovo: you and amy graduated from emory university, and you both received the
>emory medal a few years ago. did you follow the same-sex commitment ceremony
>controversy there, and what did you think about it?
>
>saliers: i did follow it, and i think that people who are opposed to same-sex
>unions are ignorant. i think it's part of that evolution i was talking about.
>there are plenty of people who i totally respect in the emory community who
>support same-sex unions, and they don't have a problem with that happening on
>campus. ...
>
>i think a lot of people are taking a courageous stand for the right thing, and
>everyone else has just got to learn. they've got to catch up to the evolution,
>and it's not right. it's not right to prevent gay people from a sacred and
>respectful union.
>
>sovo: you've talked a lot about evolution. what's next for you musically in
>the next year? any more touring or special projects?
>
>saliers: we're touring. we're going to go to australia in february, then back
>to the west coast, then we're planning a club tour in late spring with a bunch
>of different women artists. we're going to do lilith fair again ... and some
>high school shows, and then take a break in the summer.
>
>sovo: what was your experience like with the lilith fair? we heard that some
>of the women tended to stay to themselves, and when you joined the tour it
>created a community.
>
>saliers:  i don't know what it was like before we got there, i just know that
>everyone we met was great. it was not hard for everyone to come together, but
>maybe the tour was just finding its legs for the first weeks. we got there,
>and amy and i, we just like to sing with people, so we go knocking on doors
>saying 'will you sing with us?' basically everyone had the same sort of
>feelings about it. ... there was a rolling stone article about [lilith] that
>just trashed it, and that pissed me off. i thought it was very unfair.
>
>sovo: what do you think motivated that?
>
>saliers: i think there were a lot of things motivating it. i think there's a
>real hatred or discomfort with goodness. the writer said it was a "granola-
>eating crowd," and i'm like, what's wrong with that? not to mention the fact
>that it wasn't just that. i think that because society is so oftentimes closed
>and alienating and non-emotional, that pure emotional outpouring of goodness
>and affection rubs people the wrong way.
>
>i think that women have their own self-hatred about that going on, i think
>that whatever music is en vogue--whether it's hard, alternative, boy
>bands--then you're going to have people reacting to an all-women festival.
>granted, i think that's its going to need to be more diverse in time ... i
>just hate that people come out and criticize something that's a good thing. it
>just rubs me the wrong way.
>
>sovo: in terms of your own music, we've watched it develop from a simpler,
>acoustic-guitar driven sound on your first album, "strange fire," to a much
>more diverse, multi-layered sound in your most recent cd. where are you going
>next? any new instruments you're planning on adding to the long list?
>
>saliers: probably so. i think amy wants to go back the other way. she's really
>into folk music right now, and all i want to do is play electric guitar, so
>we're always like that. we're just yin and yang, and somehow we bring it
>together and we have a great time making music together. you can never really
>say until the songs are written and we get in the studio which direction we're
>going to take.
>
>sovo: is that a change in direction for you? in the past, amy has been though
>of as the rocker, and you've been considered the more introspective, folkie
>part of the duo.
>
>saliers: it's really more of a change on her part than mine, because i can't
>really write rock songs. i would sound stupid if i tried to just scream out a
>rock song, while amy has a natural talent for that. when i said play electric
>guitar before, hopefully she'll write a couple of songs i can wail away on.
>
>sovo: you've both been involved, besides your music, with a variety of
>charities and causes. what do you have planned for 1998?
>
>saliers: we're going to be doing another benefit for wand, which is women's
>action for new directions. they work a lot with anti-military spending, anti-
>nuclear proliferation. ... we're also going to do the virginia slam, which is
>a protest from when virginia slims had a contest and a bunch of bands played
>and the only way you could get the cd is if you bought cigarettes. and, you
>know, stuff always comes up. we're basically your bleeding-heart liberal, gay
>activist types.
>
>sovo: anything you want to say to our readers [in that category]?
>
>saliers: i want to say thank you for being bleeding-heart liberal, gay
>activist types, and i want to also thank the straight community that has
>supported us. i want to thank atlanta for being the most incredible hometown.
>

sharon. a. jennings
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univesity of nottingham
university park
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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 07:45:09 -0400
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> >out.  be prepared for a  lifetime of "happy solstice"
> >cards and herbal tea.
> > now you know, and knowing is half the battle.
> > go in peace, intrepid explorer.
> > jill ;)
> >
> >end of jill-ism....
> >so jill was your ex one of these crunchy dykes with
> >issues?  is that what makes you such an authority?
um, my *very first* girlfriend was.  she was wonderful, and yes, that
whole shpiel with her (hey amy...)(oh, her name's amy, i'm not talkin' to
amy ray...although i *do* do that on occasion too) makes me *quite* the
expert. i actually thought *all* lesbians wore beads and birks.
sheltered adolescence, you see.  ahem.

> >and a debate team i know has the peas sticker...but
> >they're both guys.  str8 guys.  how should i feel
> >about this?
umm, are you sure they're not just really butch girlies?
if they're true guys, maybe they've got their gender roles in a jumble.
discuss this with them, remembering to gently explain that it's *okay* to
want to express their softer sides.

> >she knows i love her!  (and if you
don't jill, i > >promclaim it here: i love you and all your
> >jill-isms....just don't tell my lover.)  :) :)
good, i need some lovin' right now.  nobody <sniffle> loves <whimper> me.
<sob>.
jill

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 04:34:52 -0800
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dear folks,
      1.a bit of a mishap ocurred at  my account.as a         result
im not sure if every body got         designs they asked for.let me
know if i missed         you.

      2.im looking for any cool pics of the indigo            girls to
work with..i dont have many.please
        send me some...also any quotes that would make
        for good posters and designs about ig.

thank you...the end...me..i hope this quote is right.
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pretend theres more than love that
  matters"
            emily saliers
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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 07:59:34 -0600
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read "indigogirlfriend"

she's new to ig, i'm new to gf's--right now it feels like "trinkets of temptation, something new instead of something old", but i know it's more than just "foolsgold"...

especially now that she's a convert!  she's one of us!  spreadin' the indigo gospel, wooooooee!!!

i kept talking up the concert, and she asked how it was so i sent her a copy of my review, thinking she won't get half of it, not knowing the songs, & who's who, etc....

well, i guess i underestimated the power of the (inspired) written word...she said after reading the review that she felt like she had been there, and next thing i know she's checking out swamp o. from the library, and raving about it, admiring the songwriting, the harmonies, the use of various instruments, and she even found herself "intellectualizing" (her word) about the lyrics, just like we listers do!

just thought i'd share this, cuz i'm thrilled!  :)

peace,
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how do i vote??????
:-) karen

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 09:36:21 -0500
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stephanie wrote:
>hey all,
>  whatever article i was reading that called amy's voice a
>"gruff alto" and emily's a "clear soprano" got me thinking.
>is it possible for a woman to be a tenor?  b/c i'm an alto
>2 and amy can sing a lot lower than me.  and is emily a
>soprano 2?  i'm curious as to what their actual ranges are,
>but i don't know how i'd ever figure that out.  maybe find
>their h.s. choir director?

actually, i know a woman who taught both of them, and several of their
siblings, choir in high school :-)  i'll have to ask her about their voices
(the next time i see her may be a *long* time away, though ... she's a
friend of my ex).  sharon even has a lovely letter that emily wrote her,
thanking her for being such a good teacher.  isn't that sweet? :-)

joan (another alto 2 (love those amy low notes!) ... back to lurking)

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i, like many others, tend to love it (since i am an amy person) when i
hear amy singing some of emily's lyrics.  i don't remember of anyone's
posted either of these "fave moments"  yet, but i'd have to say that two
of my most favorites are:

1. when amy breaks into "up on the watershed...," singing the chorus
        solo near the end of watershed

and, more recently,

2.  in gotm, when she sings "...i must say around some corner i can sense
        a resting place..."  love that!!

just my thoughts...does anyone just melt when they hear these?  :)

-sarah

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the most current listing of tour dates is at deb reiser's shaming of the sun
tour archives <http://ftp.wi.net/~dreiser/ig/archivehome.html>.  bookmark it!

one more thing about curve:  the january issue probably won't be on the stands
for a week or two, since i just got my subscription copy in the mail.

i found the '91 acoustic guitar article at lifeblood (natch!) and have
replaced the link.

=-=-=-=
lynda <lynda@csg-soft.com> wrote:
>did anyone tape these shows? id really really like to get a copy of both
>or either.
>october 24, 1997 / newark, de / u of delaware
>october 25, 1997 / baltimore, md / u of maryland

i'm doing a tape tree of the umbc show right now.. i'll be announcing for
leaves next week.

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cicada16 <cicada16@aol.com> wrote:
>if anyone else has checked this out, am i the only one who thought that the
>teaser at the end that tries to get you to buy the magazine was a little
>gossipy and soap opera like?

that's curve!

>i mean, we try to refrain from commenting on amy
>and emily's personal lives, and then right there it says "find out who amy's
>ex is, and if amy and emily have ever gotten together!!"

they answered the second question on the vh-1 lilith fair special (no! "thank
god," emily says <chuckle>).  the first question has been reported in one
major magazine a few years ago ("people"?), but i don't think i've ever seen
amy quoted actually naming her former partner.  if amy discusses that herself
with curve, i guess we can be less reticent about doing the same, as long as
it's in the context of amy's songs, and not amy's life.

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stephanie merhar <slm4b@server1.mail.virginia.edu> wrote:
>  whatever article i was reading that called amy's voice a
>"gruff alto" and emily's a "clear soprano" got me thinking.

interesting trivia from a radio interview: when a&e were in chorus together at
school, both were altos.  interesting, since emily's voice hasn't changed much
from the early days (more skilled, yes, but same voice), while amy's has chang
ed dramatically, becoming deeper and huskier (and i'll leave it at that <g>).
with sots, amy really started showing some range, going from her normal
singing voice to notes higher than i knew she was capable of ("i'm gonna love
you good and strong...").

but then, i should really leave this discussion to people like leona and
heather who know what the hell they're talking abot when it comes to singing.
:-)

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carol & sarah <chickenwomyn@hotmail.com>
>about the  beautiful ladies" line...
>does anyone else imagine amy having a cute smiley smirky face?

yep... the one she has when she plays it live.

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missmoll99 <missmoll99@aol.com> wrote:
>has anyone else heard amy sing "juliet, when we made love i
>used to cry/ i said..." she did it only once of the 2 times i have seen her
>since she started singing this again.

i'm pretty sure she did that at umbc.

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all amerikan grrrl <swood@arts.usf.edu> wrote:
>> 1) in gotm whne amy repeats emily and sings " i'm gonna love you good..."
the
>> really high part. y'all know what i'm talking about and don't even tell me
you
>> didn't listen to that over and over again just to make sure that it was amy
>> singing that part.
>
>i love that part!!!!!

me too!  it was one of the first things i commented on (after i listened to it
a dozen times to make sure it was amy. <g>)

>amy really gets up there. i'm trying to think of
>other songs where she sings that high....

well, she does those really high "cut it all oooouuuuuuuttttt" 's when she
does cio live (wonder why not in the album version?).  and there are the
"yeah" 's in "scooterboys".

=-=-=-=
greg flamer <gflame@megsinet.net> wrote:
>sara lee gained like 70 pounds and can
>barely get her arms around the bass guitar.

lol!

>amy said the crowd "rocked" at the end which i
>thought was  great compliment.  did it get us a second encore-no, but it
>was nice nonetheless.

they very, very rarely return for a 2nd encore -- at least if you get one you
*know* you earned it!

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i recently received a boot in the mail, and i'm listening to it now. the
problem is, it's not labelled, and there's no return address on it.  i
think it might be the new haven show, but i need confirmation -- does
anyone out there have a setlist i can compare it to?

cheers,

robin

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i have two questions...excuse my ignorance about all this but the song books that one can buy from the ig fan club, can you use them to er....sing and have piano accompaniment.. or are they like, guitar-tab stuff? my son is taking voice lessons and would love to be able to learn a few of their songs but not sure if the song book has what he and his teacher would need. also is there a site somewhere that has the music printed up or whatever it takes?

also this fortunate ones records sales.. is that stuff legitimate? i mean, he is selling stuff the girls signed which i assume was something they did for what they thought was a fan....should one sell this? please don't flame me because i am not expressing an opinion (sometimes dangerous to do that on this list!! :) ) but asking for information.

oh, a third question why are we posting so much???? it is driving me batty!! i know i am not helping with this post but...something about christmas and finals gets this list hopping :)

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in a message dated 97-12-10 23:29:15 est, you write:

<< a few people asked how they can get curve (lesbian mag formerly known as
deneuve).  it is a national magazine, but with limited distribution.  your
local gay/women's bookstore should have it.  look for women's bookstores at
<http://www.fembooknet.com>.  if you don't have one near you, lammas in dc
will gladly accept mail orders via its 800 number:
  >>
they also carry it at borders.

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whats that site again to vote at?

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this was posted on aols ig message boards..i went to the site..bidding is up
to $82.00 so far
__________________________________________________________________

<<sweet relief musicians fund, a nonprofit charity which helps support older
musicians and musicians of all ages with medical problems, is auctioning off
xmas ornaments to support the charity. we have a glass ball ornament signed by
the indigo girls. to bid, go to www.iconographs.com and go to sweet relief
auction.>>

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     yes! this one wins for best ig moment in a song for me-

     toye wrote- in st. louis when she sang shed your skin, on one of the
"come on overs" the music stopped and amy just whispered, "come on over
now..."  i nearly fainted!!!!
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<a href="http://www.pathfinder.com/people/sp/intrigue97/vote/poll.html">people
online...most intriguing 1997</a>
<a href="http://www.pathfinder.com/people/sp/intrigue97/vote/poll.html">people
online...most intriguing 1997</a>
vote for 'the indigo girls'-exactly like this
     let's vote guys! this list has power! let's use it! i tried to vote more
than once but it wouldn't record them. if everyone on this list voted once, ig
would not only make the top 10, they would win!
__________________
looking for curve magazine?
     for gay and lesbian magazines, books, etc., including curve, try barnes
and noble first. at least here in ny they carry an extensive g&l selection.
borders sometimes has the more obscure titles on their magazine racks.
     i agree with the person who asked us to please, please go buy the curve
magazines (formerly known as deneuve) that are carrying the large article on
the indigo girls. curve needs all the support it can get, and it doesn't hurt
to show editors that when they write about amy and emily, sales are sure to
jump.
     i have been very dissappointed with media play, they used to carry g&l
mags but quit about a year ago. that pisses me off. anyone for a boycott? they
have 'some' g&l books, not many, and they are under the psychology section!
not like barnes and noble or borders and all the other smaller bookstores
(let's not forget them!) which do us the dignity of stocking a whole section,
under our own 'g&l studies' heading.

my .02
~peace and all things indigo~leah

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i agree! the 'o baby' in down by the river puts me over the edge every time!

and while we're noting amy sound bites that drive us wild, i thought i'd add
that up until i learned that it was written for her cat who died of leukemia,
i loved secure yourself in that way. it's still a beautiful song to me- not
only because i love my kitties, but it's so tender, esp. that verse she
practically breathes the words into the microphone. listening to it on
headphones-yeow.
     but i'd encourage anyone who wanted to hear raw amy magnatism to go back
and listen again to keeper of my heart- all the way through till the end. that
song doesn't get a lot of attention, but oh, amy- oh, my, my, my...
does anyone else agree?

<< << sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au> wrote:
  >but anyway. :)  oh, while i'm thinking of it, i think amy's "oh
  >mercy..." in the 1200c version of lotk is absolutely to die for!
  >gives me the shivers, every time.

  me too, me too!  that, and one of the "oooh baby" 's in "down by the
river"...

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at 10:57 am 12/11/97 est, tanner9903 wrote:
>whats that site again to vote at?
>

the address is:

http://pathfinder.com/people/sp/intrigue97/vote/poll.html

and in regards to indigo girls vs. the indigo girls, yeah, i guess its just
indigo girls but i kept voting for the indigo girls...my advice is vote,
look at the results screen, find the highest number of votes for ig and keep
voting following that spelling...i'm sure if we keep it up they will win by
a landslide!!! how amazing would that be-mainstream coverage(including a
photo) of our ig!! -dave

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the indigo girls have 88 votes and are at #16!! indigo girls have 26 votes
and are at #31 and indigo girls have 11 votes and are at #54!!! keep on
voting...of course i suggest voting under the indigo girls but i'm partial
to that one;-) either way keep voting!!-dave

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"the indigo girls" have now passed rosie o. and are hot on the heels of
ellen. i say we go with that spelling. but, that's just me.

amy m.

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               -the goddess, amy ray
"women together is a powerful thing. especially when you join it with
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               -the goddess, emily saliers
"amy is the stuff fantasies are made of, emily is the stuff romantics
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               -the goddess, jill certo

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there are 2 listed there the most votes are under

the indigo girls>listed at like 15

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hey kind friends~

        round 1 is complete.  with 33 contestants, there are seven leaders
with perfect scores of $3,300, including the daily double: jan monforton,
claudine lapsky, sarah wardrop, jen lucero, delastraw, denakohl, and
egohound.  not far behind are sharon jennings ($3,200) and tigger, debigogrl
and elizabeth skipper (each with $3,100).
        but "don't give up the ghost, the show is not over!"  coming soon is
double jeopardy with higher prizes, harder answers and two daily doubles.
so, if you are not in a leader position, now is the time to make up
distance, before final jeopardy :)
        here are the answers to round 1.

*categories*   musical instruments, decatur, lyrics, the band, grab bag

musical instruments

$100    jane scarpantoni plays it on 1200c.? cello

$200    amy has opened "dead man's hill" soloing on this instrument? melodica

$300    ig guitar capo usually on this fret? 2nd

decatur

$100    the u.s. state decatur lies within? georgia

$200    musical tavern run by eddie owen? eddie's attic

$300    ig manager, who offices in decatur? russell carter

lyrics

$100    it "moves from the inside, out" and "never grows tired"? love or
strange fire

$200    there'll be cider on the roadside up near this southland city? helen

$300    amy and emily both wish they had written this "wild ..." tune? wild
horses
*this was the daily double*

the band

$100    of emily and amy, she always plays stage left, house right (to the
spectators right)? emily

$200    name of amy's guitar tech? chad

$300    two words which end most live performances of ig songs? thanks
y'all!  (everyone got this one right! :)

grab bag

$100    name of multi-instrumentalist on sots summer tour? (not jerry, sara,
emily or amy) josh segal

$200    emily grows these (and talks a lot about growing them)? tomatoes

$300    he currently plays the harmonica on chickenman performances? dave
ellison


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i       of culture that swoop like vultures eating      l
g       us away to our extinction -  emily saliers      s
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>and, more recently,
>
>2.  in gotm, when she sings "...i must say around some corner i can sense
>        a resting place..."  love that!!
>
>just my thoughts...does anyone just melt when they hear these?  :)
        ooooh. i'm right with you on that one.  i love that part.

sari

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settled down. sweep the ashes, let the silence find us. a moment of peace
is worth every war behind us.
                        -indigo girls
procrastination is like masturbation, all you're doing is f**king yourself.
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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 12:35:09 -0500
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> =-=-=-=
> missmoll99 <missmoll99@aol.com> wrote:
> >has anyone else heard amy sing "juliet, when we made love i
> >used to cry/ i said..." she did it only once of the 2 times i have
> seen her
> >since she started singing this again.
>
> i'm pretty sure she did that at umbc.
>
yeah, she did, cause my friend jen and i looked at each other at the
same time...it was incredible. incidentally, i thought that this was a
new thing she was doing, but then i realized i had heard it before...she
did it in toronto in '92...also sang "all i do is miss you/and the way
that it should be" instead of "and the way it used to be" and a couple
of other little line changes.

sarah
spinsker@goucher.edu

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we have now passed ellen!!!  she's 16th and we're 14th place with 98 vote...we
have a big gap to cross though, the next person is at 148 votes, but they're
clumped together for a few spots.

keep up the good work,

kim

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in my attempt to procrastinate during finals:

i am a true emily-fan and i love the part in "uncle john's band" when
emily sings really high  "i got me a vi-olin..." i love that. it just
complements amy's part so well.

i also love the intro to "three hits"  b/c it reminds me of their concert
last summer in nj when amy and emily started playing the geetar intro to
"three hits' and they played a longer intro than normal and the entire
audience was caught singing "three hits to the heart, son" without amy.
once she realized that we had pre-empted her, she broke out in this huge
grin cuz we knew the words and when to start the song.

back to the final papers,
good luck to all those college students who are
busily grubbing away at finals right now!

therese :)
ps. yo! andi lipman-- post something, will ya?


    you set up your place in my thoughts
          moved in and made my thinking crowded
        now we're out with the barking dogs
    my heart the red sun, your heart the moon clouded  -emily saliers

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gotta agree with greggy and the good doc.. what is going on???? last
night at 11 i got 48 messages and thought..well thats a bit much..but
this morning at 6 am there were another 72.( all but 3 i deleted!!!)
can we kinda cut down on the "me toos'" ( yea i know, this is kinda a me
too ,,sort of..if it is sherylin let me know)
we are killing too many bandwidth babies for so little information to
say......
is it possible to go to the old method of surveys..as in..lets have a
survey about which quote ( or song or smile or whatever) and post to the
original question asker who willthen post the results to the list,,that
way the list gets 2 post..one askin the question..the second with the
results..
what doya think?

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hey y'all
i just had to add my favorite moment to the list...
in "love will come to you"...the very end of the song "and i wish her insight
to battle love's blindness......"  i love that!

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anyone out there going from connecticut that can help out a couple of fellow
listers who are in desperate need of a ride ???

we'll recipricate (sp?) in any way we can !!!!!

chris

e-mail:
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guini@geocities.com

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hi y'all!
i unsubscribed a couple of months ago from the list, but my job put me
back on it. i posted something about my teaching project a few days
ago.... but that's not what i want to tell yous.
when i first subscribed to this list, i made a post about my friend
who is going to ireland for
an exchange study year. i shared a lot of wonderful feelings with her and
we both loved power of 2. well, a couple of you answered to my post, and
i'm basically here to tell you( sorry, i forgot your names) that my
friend and i have a wonderful relationship now, even though she is so far
away. yesterday i got a mail from her and the whole content of it were
the lyrics of po2. i think the connection i have to her cannot be
threatened by a couple of miles or even oceans. i miss her like crazy,
but whenever i listen to po2, i can see her face in front of me and i can
see her eyes. i am absolutely sure, that without this song we would have
never gotten together. i wish i had the girls home address; i'd send them
flowers just because they made this relation come to life.
yep, that's all.


maike

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>in a message dated 97-12-09 23:53:15 est, you write:
>
><< ps) were any of y'all in girls scouts and know what i'm talking about??
>  >>
>
>ack!  was i????  i think i still have a box of trefoils in the back of my
>freezer.  cookies, anyone.............?


personally, i liked the thin mints the best:-)
                                -heather

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tickets for the january 24th ig show at the rose garden go on sale on december
20th at 10:00.  they are $30, 25 and 20.

the 20, of course, is the day that i will be flying home to vermont to see my
family...  is there anyone out on the list who is planning to get some good
seats who might be able to pick up an extra one for me?

thanks a lot, kevin

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hey!
        now that we're on the subject of songs....has anyone ever noticed
the little noice before power of 2?? it's almost like a little chuckle or
just the sound of picking up the guitar or something??

also, right after galileo, if you listen really closely, you can hear this
little chuckle, from emily i think? it's really soft, and i never noticed
it until i listened it through my headphones in my portable cd player the
other day. if you turn the volume all the way up on a stero after the song
is over you may be able to hear it. am i just hearing things, or has anyone
else noticed too??

                                                -heather

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i don't know anyone who can say they don't notice this energy amy has...but it brings to mind something from when they were in boston on the ppv.  in sb in the zapata (sp.) verse, amy does this thing where i think she's trying to get her guitar strap off her collar.  she looks so into the song that i don't think she even realizes she's doing it.  but she slowly runs her hand sort of up her shirt to the collar and it comes off really seductive.  when i first saw it, i was blown away!  my friend clung to the back of the couch and moaned--i even asked her if she wanted me to leave her alone haha.  anyway, i think that part of the song is "da bomb."  are me and my friend the only two that this affects this way?  just wondering...
toye

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is there anyone going to the boston concert that can deliever something to the
indigo girls for me? i have a christmas present for one of them. email me not
to list if you can do this? thanks

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just to get the information out again, although a little after the fact,
here are the new dates from ticketmaster:

jan 22, 1998 paramount theatre  seattle,  wa  on-sale today 12/11/97, 10a.m.
jan 23, 1998 paramount theatre  seattle,  wa on-sale  today 12/11/97, 10a.m.
jan 24, 1998 rose garden  portland,  or  on-sale 12/20/97


this is what happens when we let deb reiser get sick... bad bad bad!

in the spirit of total self-interest....  get well soon, deb!

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hi y'all.. boy do i have egg on my face! i posted about fortunate ones records and asked if that stuff was legit.. and as i have been informed it is totally legit. all of that stuff is public release, no bootlegs or anything un-kosher. hope you guys will not let me "doubting thomas" post dissuade you from buying stuff off of there. i should have just posted to joe personally before i posted to the list...sorry :(


urvashi pitre, ph.d.

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man, this list is hoppin' this week!  i love it!

here's my fav moments:

- the a capella bits of secure yourself... mmmmm
- in caramia "and i'm struck mute at entrance, with nothing to draw from" with
all the music building behind this agonized wail
- "that i might reap the praise of strangers, and end up on my own"  oh my
heart aches... you know i've really started to worry about the girls lately...
they're giving too much of themselves... they need to retreat, cocoon,
strengthen their foundations...  however eternally grateful the "strangers"
might be for their incredibleness.
- and i have to second the person that nominated "alright... we're gonna get on
the midnight train to georgia!"  i _always_ let out a huge woooohhhooooo with
the rest of the audience - somehow it always creeps up on me after i get sucked
in by chickenman.

can you tell i'm mostly an emily girl!?!

smiles

elizabeth.

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are we a menace to the internet?  are there any other organizations
wreaking such havoc?  its just crazy how we have threse little crusades
to boost ig.  like how we all both stock in ig, or now with the epople
poll.  it so funny!!
soon, all of our browers will be confiscated for this "abuse."

love y'all, and keep up the habit
  carol

ps--ig @ 14 w/113, get them over 10th place so we get a picture!!!

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on thu, 11 dec 1997, carol & sarah wrote:

> are we a menace to the internet?  are there any other organizations
> wreaking such havoc?  its just crazy how we have threse little crusades
> to boost ig.  like how we all both stock in ig, or now with the epople
> poll.  it so funny!!
> soon, all of our browers will be confiscated for this "abuse."
>
> love y'all, and keep up the habit
>   carol
>
> ps--ig @ 14 w/113, get them over 10th place so we get a picture!!!
>
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y'know, i caught myself asking that very same thing and came to the
conclusion that, yes, we're all mad! but, at least we admit it, and isn't
it fun?

:0)

keep voting, let's pass ralph fiennes!

amy m.

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in discussing "romeo and juliet" remember that the song was written by mark
knopfler, not amy or emily.

~amy

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straight from the universal amphitheater web page at
http://events.ticketmaster.com/la1/59/la159.html:

going on sale sunday, december 14 at 1:00pm
  indigo girls with special guests - january 30, 1998

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yes, i have always noticed that little chuckle.  i wonder if it is
intetntional or not... power of 2 is my all time fave song in the world!
does anyone else have any thoughts on that chuckle?  i looooove the
mellowness of the version on "complicated girls"  also, does anyone else
think that on that version (or on any other booted version) they say "i've
seen the faces of so many people..."?  has anyone ever heard any other
variations of this one live?  remember, i have not heard it live yet (and
why should i?  i am cursed!  after about 4 shows, i still need to hear
this...i am getting frusterated!)
:-) karen

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oh please, if someone does have spares of these, i would also pay money, blood,
blank tapes, food, etc...please email me too peace and all things indigo

karen : )

richard halpern wrote:

> does anyone have "lifeblood," "shades of indigo," or the 1990 live album?  i
> am a huge fan of amy and emily but am unfortunately not in posession of any
> of these or any bootlegs.  if anyone could help me build a collection i
> would be forever grateful.  i will send tapes and money if i need to.
> thanks so much.  please e mail me!
>
> beth halpern  address: halpern5@ccm.net
>

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 16:51:37 -0400
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hello
in a few weeks, i will be getting married (on new year's eve).  my future
wife and i are huge fans of ig and want to have power of two sung during the
ceremony.  the vocalist is keen, but the pianist doesn't know it, and
doesn't have the time during the holiday service to learn it by ear.  if
anybody has the sheet music for piano, or knows where i can find it, please
help!

thanks, lloyd ravn
sussex, nb, canada

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 15:18:48 -0500
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at 04:30 pm 12/10/97 -0500, heather a wrote:
>>http://www.pathfinder.com/people/sp/intrigue97/vote/poll.html

hey, ya'll- somethin's fishy about this poll.  i sat here and voted like
30 times or something (okay, i'm a loser, i will admit it) and the
results were updated during that time.  peta wilson's votes went up
by like 10 or 15 votes, but our girls score did not reflect any of my
votes (not even one).  they stayed at #14 with 131 votes the whole time
i was going back & forth between the voting page and the results page.
and i was voting for the spice girls for least intriguing, and their score
only went up by 1 vote.  note:  i was typing "the indigo girls"  and "spice
girls" for each vote.  also, hanson had 2 entries, one with something like
239 votes, and the other with 39 or something and they were both exactly
the same ("hanson").  anybody else noticed that?

oh, well.....maybe i'll find another mindless activity to kill time in
my sad little unemployed life.........

later,

leigh ann

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 12:53:47 -0800
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sorry if i posted this twice... here's the full information :


                         indigo girls

                     special guests tba

                  universal amphitheatre
                      universal city, ca

                     30-jan-98 8:15pm

                        $32.50, $28.00

                 on-sale date: 14-dec-97 @ 1:00pm

                   ticket hotline: (213) 252-tixs
             purchase tickets online: www.ticketmaster.com

                     doors open at: 7:30pm

                     1997 universal concerts inc.

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 17:29:52 -0500
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the same thing happened to me.  i also voted for ani like 6 times and it
never even showed up.  also, did anyone notice that the ig are on it like 3
times?


at 03:18 pm 12/11/1997 -0500, you wrote:
>at 04:30 pm 12/10/97 -0500, heather a wrote:
>>>http://www.pathfinder.com/people/sp/intrigue97/vote/poll.html
>
>hey, ya'll- somethin's fishy about this poll.  i sat here and voted like
>30 times or something (okay, i'm a loser, i will admit it) and the
>results were updated during that time.  peta wilson's votes went up
>by like 10 or 15 votes, but our girls score did not reflect any of my
>votes (not even one).  they stayed at #14 with 131 votes the whole time
>i was going back & forth between the voting page and the results page.
>and i was voting for the spice girls for least intriguing, and their score
>only went up by 1 vote.  note:  i was typing "the indigo girls"  and "spice
>girls" for each vote.  also, hanson had 2 entries, one with something like
>239 votes, and the other with 39 or something and they were both exactly
>the same ("hanson").  anybody else noticed that?
>
>oh, well.....maybe i'll find another mindless activity to kill time in
>my sad little unemployed life.........
>
>later,
>
>leigh ann
>
>~cat bathing is a martial art.~
>     ******************
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>
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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 17:36:35 -0500
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perhaps they would be higher up in the standings if everyone voted for
them in the same format.

for instance, they are listed as "indigo girls", "the indigo girls", and
"indigo girls", and that's just in the top 97.

anna

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is until she gets into hot water." --eleanor roosevelt
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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 16:48:58 -0600
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i just voted, too.  i think the site only lets you vote once per visit, to
avoid exactly what we all have been trying to do - one person voting more
than once.  did you try exiting the site and then coming back later to
vote again?


--mani
                        (think myself into jail.)


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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 17:04:40 -0600
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on wed, 10 dec 1997, rick hodgin wrote:


> oh!!!!  absolutely!!!!  (i hope you're talking about dec 9 show)
nope... dec 8 in milwaukee...

> brother.  she was on fire!!!  whew!  and even in raj, which i don't
> really like that much, she was definately all there.
>
it used to be that they would never sing romeo and juliet ever and now to
hear all these times she has been singing it... do you think it has
something to do with her breaking up with cooper?
i was with my ex and when she sang that song i had to fight the tears
back, once again!!! it was amazing (:
peace... bugg

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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 09:59:23 aes
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hi all

just a note to let you know i'm subscribed now under my new (old??) name,
anyway, my maiden name (hate the term) so instead of helen albans i'm now
helen gladman at hgladman@dca.gov.au for those of you i write to.

thanks

helen

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 16:08:43 -0700
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the site sets a cookie to keep track of whether or
not you have voted.

for more info on cookies:
http://search.netscape.com/assist/security/faqs/cookies.html

>>cookies allow web sites to maintain information on a particular user
across http connections.<<

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<delurk>

hallooo ppls....

ahhh, fugitive -- prolly my fav. amy song at the moment.  so,
procrastinating studying for finals, i just have to join the
discussion....

i've always thought of this song in the context of someone who is gay
and kind of wary/afraid of being *out* to any extent.  it could also
easily translate to someone who is gay and in the public eye, but i tend
to find the elements in songs that relate exclusively to me.

"i'm harboring a fugitive, defector of a kind..."
someone already said that the "defector of a kind" was gay, and probably
the partner of the singer -- i also believe that the "fugitive" could be
the *gayness* inside the singer (that sounds dumb, but in certain
situations, i think of my sexuality as the lesbian that is hidden inside
myself -- she "lives in my soul," and "drinks of my wine," just as i do,
but she's a separate being inside that i must "harbor"....i would die
without her, so i would "give my last breath to keep us alive.")

"...are they coming for us, cameras or guns..."
this line lends some good support to the "in-the-public-eye" stance, but
look at it this way -- if the singer does "come out," freely identify as
gay, then people, anyone, could have two bad reactions -- with
"cameras," examining what they believe to be odd or freakish, or with
"guns," reacting with violence, hatred, intolerance.

"...so hide yourself for me..."
this might be addressed to herself or her partner.  having thought about
what might happen should they (she) be open, she tells her partner
(herself) to hide for the sake of the singer, lest her partner (or
herself) be hurt or otherwise.

"...we swore to ourselves we'd go to the end of the world, but i got
caught up in the whirl and twirl of it all, a day in the sun, dancing
alone, baby, i'm so sorry..."
the singer is now speaking to her partner.  they had sworn they would go
all the way together (not sexually, but in life), and in *secret*, it
seems, because she then apologizes for getting caught up with fame and
then coming out and being lauded for it.  she's apologizing for breaking
the promise.

"...now it's coming to you, the lessons i've learned, won't do you any
good, you've got to get burned.  well, the curse and the blessing,
they're one and the same.  baby, it's all such a treacherous gain..."
so, the singer has come out, and both her and her partner are now
feeling the after-effects.  the *coming out* is both a "curse" and a
"blessing," and in the end, a "treacherous gain."  i remember a&e
talking about having apprehensions about being known as gay, they didn't
want to become a "gay band."  so the singer's "treacherous gain" may be
her fear that some of her fame might be due to the fact that she is gay.

but, the singer is still telling her partner to "hide" herself.

"...i stood without clothes, danced in the sand, i was aching with
freedom, and kissing the damned, i said, 'remember this, is how it
should be'..."
the singer is describing an occasion when she felt absolutely free to be
who she is ("without clothes" -- naked, exposed).  "kissing the damned"
-- frollicking with fellow lesbians, perhaps?  the "damned" are those
rejected and persecuted by society (i.e. a large portion of the
population believes that homosexuals are "damned to hell.").  she is
telling her partner -- "see!!  this is the way it's supposed to be!!
happy, free, without explanation or apology!"  (i didn't mean for that
to rhyme. :)

"...baby i said, 'it's all in our hands, gotta learn to respect what we
don't understand, we are fortunate ones'..."
i don't really have a clear answer for this line, but she might be
telling her partner that even tho they might not understand why people
would hate them for being gay, they have to learn to live with it,
"respect" it.  they are "fortunate ones" because they possess the
insight and self-awareness to see themselves and the world for what it
is -- they are not blinded by ignorance, and they are fortunate to have
found each other.

she repeats the naked/dancing/freedom line again, making the point --
"remember this, is how it should be."

goddess, i love this song.  thanks for letting me ramble.   ;)

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 18:30:50 -0500
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i saw a message go through the ani list asking everyone there to
vote for ani.  :)  it must be a group thing. hehehe :))))

- rick

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hey there,
  i must agree with you, i've voted for them at least 100 times, and they
never go up.  i wonder if there's something in the system to where each
screename only gets one vote.  just a guess.  i have looked up profiles on aol
with indigo girls in them and have e-mailed about 30 of them to try and boost
up the vortes, keep trying :-)

kim

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<<hey, ya'll- somethin's fishy about this poll.  i sat here and voted like
30 times or something (okay, i'm a loser, i will admit it) and the
results were updated during that time.  peta wilson's votes went up
by like 10 or 15 votes, but our girls score did not reflect any of my
votes (not even one)>>

it just might be possible that it takes only one vote from each email address,
or that it takes a little time to show up.  also for all of you worry warts,
i'm sure that all of the different spellings will be noticed by a human being
before the winners go into people mag.  don't fret!

molly o+

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 16:02:55 -0800
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sorry if this has been covered already, but what does amy say at the end of
tuib in 1200 curfews?
anybody?
peace........out

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speaking of "oh baby"s, i also love that part in land of canaan....

sharon

terrilee11 wrote:

> i agree! the 'o baby' in down by the river puts me over the edge every time!
>
> and while we're noting amy sound bites that drive us wild, i thought i'd add
> that up until i learned that it was written for her cat who died of leukemia,
> i loved secure yourself in that way. it's still a beautiful song to me- not
> only because i love my kitties, but it's so tender, esp. that verse she
> practically breathes the words into the microphone. listening to it on
> headphones-yeow.
>      but i'd encourage anyone who wanted to hear raw amy magnatism to go back
> and listen again to keeper of my heart- all the way through till the end. that
> song doesn't get a lot of attention, but oh, amy- oh, my, my, my...
> does anyone else agree?
>
> << << sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au> wrote:
>   >but anyway. :)  oh, while i'm thinking of it, i think amy's "oh
>   >mercy..." in the 1200c version of lotk is absolutely to die for!
>   >gives me the shivers, every time.
>
>   me too, me too!  that, and one of the "oooh baby" 's in "down by the
>  river"...
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cindy mckenzie wrote:
>
> sorry if this has been covered already, but what does amy say at the end of
> tuib in 1200 curfews?
> anybody?
> peace........out

amy says, "touch me there, faye!"

(couldn't resist!)

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hi!  i asked the same thing about 2 days ago because i am singing power of two
at my brother's wedding on saturday!  if you still need it (and the person who
sent it to me doesn't mind) i will foward it to you.  i was able to print it and
it came out wonderfully!
it's a beautiful song and i can't wait to sing it on saturday!

take care,
sharon

david and lorrie watson wrote:

> hello
> in a few weeks, i will be getting married (on new year's eve).  my future
> wife and i are huge fans of ig and want to have power of two sung during the
> ceremony.  the vocalist is keen, but the pianist doesn't know it, and
> doesn't have the time during the holiday service to learn it by ear.  if
> anybody has the sheet music for piano, or knows where i can find it, please
> help!
>
> thanks, lloyd ravn
> sussex, nb, canada
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can someone advise me how to get the best seats possible for the l.a.
concert? should i go to a ticketmaster outlet, or call, or what? please, i
am desperate to get good seats!
please respond privately...

emily

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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 11:56:40 +1100
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hey folks,

sorry to keep harping on this bandwidth thing, but - could
we please stop posting all the "people" magazine poll
updates to the list?  all these little posts add up...

also, folks, please, don't quote other peoples' entire
messages when you're replying to the list!  at the very
least you can cut out the list signature and the headers
of the message you're replying to...

sorry, i'll stop harping now. :)  thanks folks,
sherlyn the eternally distracted, sending warm fuzzy get-well
thoughts to her dear co-wife deb reiser!
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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 16:59:08 -0800
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hkf's

        now's the time to excel.  please reply by private email by monday,
12-15-97, noon (cst).  good luck!

*categories*   politics, geography, lyrics, the band, ig list

politics-

$200    environmental/cultural organization formed by a&e?

$400    according to amy, of a&e, most likely to run for political office?

$600    name of the indigenous rebels in chiapas, mexico?

geography-

$200    ig's home base?

$400    "if you forget my face, i'll never call your name again"? - amy

$600    ig's have played the glastonbury festival in this country?

lyrics-

$200    he/she/it said, "don't let go, just plant the seeds and watch them
grow"?

$400    "it shines like sugar on your lips"?

$600    appropriate audience response to, "pretty pretenders and negligent
vendors, aren't we precious inside ..."?

the band-

$200    ig's end nearly every concert with this song?

$400    the girls will soon be touring this down-under continent?

$600    ig's loaned her sara lee and her drummer played with the girls?

ig list-

$200    active list manager?

$400    who is this ma binky anyway? (real or screen name)

$600    amy's biggest gripe about the list?


da-da-da-da dat's all folks!

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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 10:16:44 aes
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for me one of the best song moments is in reunion when emily does that high,
long.. 'i have no neeeeeeed' - that bit still gets to me as much now as it
did three years ago.

another is in j&e - again from emily, right as they launch into the chorus
bit for one of the last times, she goes 'and the fear, and the fear..' or
something like that.

and another is at the end of fugitive when amy begins the 'i stood without
clothes' part and sounds breathless, like the part before it really took it
out of her. it's not really breathless, but if you listen closely with
headphones it's there, like she's just catching her breath a little. it
adds to the intensity of it for me.

helen

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 20:07:28 -0500
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wow!  i can't believe i've never noticed this before.  tonight i was in
yellow springs (this little hippie like town, near me in south-central
ohio) and i noticed this (i guess it used to be a theatre) building with
the words "center stage" on it!  i got very excited.  this man on the
street gave me this really odd look!  i should take a pitcure of myself by
the building!
:-) karen

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 16:45:34 -0800
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i got center section row v seats for the january 23 concert. how did some
of you other folks do in gettin good seats? lucky me, there's a
ticketmaster across the street form my school (no kidding) and i ran out
of my history class which was over at 10:05. i keep kicking myself for
not just sneaking out of school before 10 so i could have gotten better
seats. so now can anyone give me any info on the venue (security,
parking, etc) since i'm down here in vancouver, wa? thanks. i can't wait
until tickets for portland (i hate the rose garden, what a dumb venue) and
eugene go on sale.
-sam

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 20:33:12 est
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hi!

mine is definitely amy's last words on jcs, "father, into your hands, i
commend my spirit..."  her intonation perfectly illustrates the agony and
beauty of that moment.  whew......her  voice in other songs (on all of the
other albums) is just downright sexy, but the voice she uses at the very end
of jcs is frightening.  i love it!

chris' favorite ig moment is at the end of this train revised, in the way that
amy sings, "...these are the questions stacked like wood, these are the
answers, here is potential gone for good."  she likes the way amy belts it out
and the implication of disgust in her voice.

bye!

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 20:58:02 est
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hell all, i just spent about 20 minutes instant messaging all of aol that has
ig in their profile, i sent them and many responded that they were gonna vote
right then, they also said they'd tell their friends too.  so i figure out of
the 116 that i sent out to, 75 should vote...

let's keep going !!!!

kim

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 20:10:43 -0600
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hello all.  sorry to post this again, it'll be the last time.  does anynoe
know anything (i mean anything) about getting a boot of the omaha show?
i'm looking for any ray of hope you can give me.  if no one gets back to
me i'll assume there aren't any i guess, but i gotta believe there's one
in existence somewhere.  help!!!

peace,
jordy

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 21:10:34 est
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hey resa-
i wanted to send that $0.37 out to you so i could get the ani @ roseland boot
but i lost your address.  if you could email me with it, that'd be great!
thanks so much!
_emily
emiizen@aol.com
or
emaizen@aol.com

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 21:52:38 -0400
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i have another indigo song moment to share...and old indigo song moment
that is!
i just got a boot (3 days ago!) of the "wrek interview / 1988" and am
loving "everybody's waitin' for someone to come home.." ugggghhh...the
first time amy sang "everybody's waiting for someone..to come
ho-o-o-o-o-me" i was writhing on the floor...and the guitar throughout
never ceases to make me come outta my skin...(in the best way possible!)
i'd have to say that it's probably the greatest song i've ever heard
them do...and that's sayin' a lot!
secondly, "i wanna be your lover" off o' the "blue food" tape...s**t a
brick...could emily's "seductive" little voice sound any better?! that's
a cute song...and amy sho' is as soulful as hell...
i'm sure i'll come up with more eventually, but for now that's all
fellers!

-bethany ;)

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 21:23:24 -0600
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i posted about this a few days ago, but i just remembered another favorite
part of mine.  in "love of the common people" at the end when they are
singing a cappella and amy is singing the chorus and em is singing the
verse.  i get chills.  it is wonderful.  ahhh...
btw, have any of you heard the other versions of lotcp?  i have heard the
paul young version once (supposedly it is on the 16 candles soundtrack,
but i have yet to hear that) and i have heard the john denver version
(which i do not recommend) and there is at least one more version, but i
don't know by who, and i have not heard it.  does anyone know?

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 20:59:00 -0800
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i hate them, they don't deserve to have fans.

but anyway...

feb 01, 1998 rimac arena / ucsd san diego  ca

bill silva presents   indigo girls
         rimac arenaucsd campus
             sun feb 1, 1998 8:00pm

this is a new listing on the ticketmaster site.  don't know
when they go on sale yet (going to call tm now) but someone
said tomorrow.

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 23:25:19 -0600
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hey all.  i was wondering if anyone out there has ever ordered anything
from joe hamilton at that neato website fortunate ones.  if anyone has,
could you please email me privately?  thanks a bunch.

peace,
jordy

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 21:30:45 -0800
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for those of you interested:

single seats are available on the main floor for both seattle shows.  i just
checked the tm web site and row s is available for the 22nd and row u for
the 23rd.  these are single seats.

-bon


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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 01:06:03 -0500
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hi,
        to whoever is buying those cd's with the live women's performances
on them, could you please email me? i've decided not to buy one and wanted
to let you know, but i must have deleted your email.

                                                        -heather

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does anybody know the name of the song that they sang with caroline aiken at
the atlanta shows recently? i am desperately trying to find it and whether or
not aiken wrote it because my sister fell in love with it and whatever cd it
is on would be the perfect christmas present. if anyone knows, your email
would be greatly appreciated as i am not a member of the mailing
list...thanks, lindsay

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date:         thu, 11 dec 1997 22:31:24 -0800
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hey all...
one of my friends just told me that another friend is taking her to an ig,
sarah mc, and jewel concert around the 22nd of dec in the sf bay area...i
think she is full of s**t...but if she isn't i need to know!!!!! does
anyone know anything about this?
peace...out

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hey all!  well this is cool.  i knew i'd be the first one to post tonight.
well i don't know how good it is that i got here first cause probably this
isn't gonna be the single most coherent piece of narrative ever written,
but oh well, i need to share.  okay.  i guess i should do a setlist...

tangled up in blue
shame on you
it's alright
three hits
get out the map
cut it out/down by the river
let it be me
tried to be true
crazy game
shed your skin
leeds
scooter boys
least complicated
kid fears
galileo
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romeo and juliet
language or the kiss
closer to fine

okay that was easy.  this is the hard part.  how was the show?  it was
incredible.  has anyone out there had the experience of seeing the girls
in the same auditorium where they graduated from high school?  it was
strange to say the least.  but wonderfully strange i should add.  okay so
i got there early even though it was a reserved seating show.  hung
around, held open doors, smiled at chad, made small talk with various and
assorted crew people.  and they let us stay inside for the sound check
which was nice.  oh, that's inside the building--not the auditorium.
security was quite anal about doing their job.  oh well.  it *is* their
job after all.  so we listened and peeked through the doors to get pretty
good looks at the band doing their thing.  i'd get into a little speech
about amy's interesting fashion choices, but i don't want to waste time
for those who don't care about such material matters.  the main point is
that both amy and emily were dressed very informally and comfortably for
the check, but for the show amy came out in the psycho striped pants and
one of the famous striped shirts.  now she carries these items off real
well, but i thought it was an incredibly interesting shift.  alright i
said i wasn't going to dicuss that.  well now that i did, i'll mention
that emily was in her blue plaid pants and the white rage t-shirt.  amy's
hair is definately shorter than it was in ny.

okay now to the stuff that actually matters...the opening band was mrs.
fun from wisconsin.  a very high energy pair of women, but i was right in
front of the 12 speakers and high stuff like piano and em's voice were
ripping apart my eardrums from the first note, so i don't remember a lot
of this group's set.  but amy and emily came out for one song towards the
end of the set.  a song called "no anui" (pleeeease forgive the bad
spelling!).  cute song.  emily sung backup and played guitar and amy was
on mandolin but didnut do much backup.  seemed to be very much in her own
world for this song.

but she came back down to our world as soon as she stepped out on stage
for their set.  they were great.  emily was makin' the best angry guitar
faces, and she was playing incredibly well.  i don't remember anything
specific right now, but when i listen to the boot i'll let you know if i
remember anything else interesting.  oh, they both kept mentioning how
much they love fargo (strange but true) and shared how they each spent
their afternoon.  emily said she went to a coffe house with mrs. fun, and
amy told us:  "i went to the y.  you have a lot of ys.  i went to them
all."  awww.  so sweet.

hmmm.  what else?  crazy game.  i couldn't believe this.  all i have to
say is thank goodness mrs. fun was opening or we never would have heard
this.  yay mrs. fun!!!  does anyone else just get pushed over the edge by
that little move amy does during this song?  and i'm not gonna explain so
i hope you know what i'm talking about...

oh!!!  romeo and juliet.  oh my goodness.  what can i say?  how about
this:  amy broke a string in the  middle of the song!!!   yes i was
yelling there.  how could i not yell something as exciting as that?  she
did at least 20 seconds a capella and then stood in silence while her tech
handed her another guitar, then jumped right back into the song.  it was
quite possibly one of the most incredible moments i've ever seen at an ig
concert.  i'm still stunned thinking about her voice ripping through the
auditorium in total silence.  yessssss...

alright, so now my personal victories for the evening.  i brought a gift.
i was inspired by some of the other mentions of gifts recently.  i
included 3 books (if you're interested in the titles and authors e-mail me
and i'll let ya know.  but one was a 17th cent. spanish woman and the 2
others were by contemporary latina women.  so when amy finally walked to
the edge of the stage so i could hand her the stuff she looked once at the
top book and smiled at me and gave me a thumbs up so i figure that was a
good sign.   so then she walked back to set the books on her amp and then
glanced at all the titles of the books one more time and then turned
around and again gave me a thumbs up sign.  yay!!!  she liked 'em!  i hope
they do find time to read them and enjoy them.  i can't believe she got
them.  i'm in heaven to say the least.  oh and remember when somebody
posted the other day about the interview with them and how emily asked
someone to go out and find her some cool nail polish colors?  well so
based on that bit of knowledge i found 2 interesting colors (a robins egg
blue and a grass green) and tied those onto the books.  amy's guitar
tech stopped amy on her way out and asked to look at the nail polish.
so he checked out the colors and gave her a thumbs up.  i was producing
a lot of those little hand signals tonight!  so could you people at the
coming up concerts please make a note to look at emily's nails and tell me
if they change colors?  i'd love to know that she liked them...

okay so then as if that weren't enough i asked for a setlist and amy
nodded at me that she would get me one before she left the stage.  so
after closer to fine (hey! there was no break before the encore!) amy
reached down to grab her setlist and accidentally ripped the thing in half
diagonally.  so now this lovely woman who i'm sure was totally tired and
ready to get out of there, went looking for another set list for me!!!
and in the meantime (i am told by friends) that emily picked up *her*
setlist and handed it to sulli and was pointing to me in the
audience telling her to give the setlist to me.  so now amy is somewhere
on stage searchin' for a new intact setlist for me, while at the same time
emily and sulli are staring and pointing at me.  this blows my entire mind
(what's left of it anyway).  i coulda died.  so anyway, amy stepped over
the speakers and cables for a second time that evening and handed me the
setlist she snagged from the tech station.

alright.  i think i'm done.  oh, i asked if they had set a date for
virginia slam and amy told me no.  i guess we already knew that, but i
thought i'd mention it anyway, since i'm mentioning everything on earth in
this post anyway.  but since i'm guessing there will be fewer posts about
this show being that it *was* almost in the arctic and all, i feel a
little justified. really for those of you on digest who hate this kind of
stuff, i'm sorry.  but it *is* igc at least, right?? if anyone is
interested in the boot i'll let you know how it turns out as
soon as i hear it.  okay, my poor brother is being kept awake by my typing
so i guess i'll wrap up for now.  thanks for listening.

marivel

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>in discussing "romeo and juliet" remember that the song was written by mark
>knopfler, not amy or emily.

i've read in the ani difranco list (nadc) that she does a cover of this
song on her album to be released next year called "little plastic castles."
everyone says it's remarkable but i haven't seen or heard it yet.  has
anyone here heard it?

- rick

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>in a few weeks, i will be getting married (on new year's eve).  my future
>wife and i are huge fans of ig and want to have power of two sung during the
>ceremony.

i would just like to take a moment to say how fabulous i think it is that
this song is being asked to be sung at weddings.  this is the second post
this week we've seen regarding po2 sung at a wedding.

the first post, about the sister who wanted to sing it for her brother's
wedding, nearly brought on tears.  i would love it so much if my sister
would sing a song like that for me (which i'm sure she would if i could
ever find that special someone :))).

i think it's beautiful.

- rick

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hi y'all!

i wanted to let you know that your e-mail address is included each time
you vote.  i'm sure their sorting algorithms will sift through duplicate
entries and re-adjust the totals before they are finally posted.  i
seriously doubt that multiple voting for a single person will be
allowed.

- rick

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> sorry if this has been covered already, but what does amy say at the end of
> tuib in 1200 curfews?

it sounds like she says "wooh!  charlie brown, and jane scarpantoni," but i
don't know why she would say charlie brown. hehehe :)

- rick

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speaking of "oh baby"s by amy, i quite enjoy the way she uses it in sys
("come on over baby...")

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i passed my phd yesterday so i've had time to play :) there is a new notes
from amy on the daemon website and the interview amy did with joan jett is
on the stop & stammer website
http://monsterbit.com/stammer/dec97/story1.html
both articles are below.......

     current notes from amy

     i just made my round of calls to the daemon bands out there....i
     am in milwaukee today on tour as usual.the reports are good.

     danielle howle and the tantrums had a fabulous run of shows with
     the indigo girls and now continue on thier own.the tantrums are
     working their butts off.we are trying to get some radio play...so
     if you are in the mood to make a phone call...call your local
     college or commercial alternative station and request the band.

     terri binion is busy booking gigs and plans to spend some time in
     nashville this winter.i caught up with terri in orlando while the
     indigos were playing with the tantrums at the house of blues.

     i hear that lift is planning to do some serious touring this
     winter... i hope so, they have a lot of eager fans out there.

     chris lopez reports that the rockateens have finished thier new
     album.it will be released in april on merge reocrds.merge is the
     superchunk label coming at you from chapel hill,n.c.personally i
     am very excited about this up coming release.

     daemon is psyched about the coming year.we will be putting on some
     free community shows(hopefully all ages)in atlanta in hopes of
     supporting bands on the indie level regardless of what label they
     are on.we will also release a series of singles by new bands in
     the south. we have plans to release a new mongrels' record in the
     spring.

     thanks for all the support-be sure to check out the info on gun
     control groups and honor the earth. support the underground...now.

     a.r.

     p.s.check out this book publisher-a.k.press in san francisco-
     415-864-0892

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     it is likely that joan jett has been an inspiration to just about
     every legitimate female rock 'n' roller to emerge in her wake. as
     a member of kim fowley's la jailbait combo the runaways, she
     penned the group's signature song, "cherry bomb," and has been
     without question the most consistent of the group's members since
     their breakup in 1979. with the blackhearts, her music is marked
     by a simple directness and scrappy enthusiasm, qualities that
     ensure that classics like "bad reputation" and "i love rock 'n'
     roll" will have us putting dimes (ok, quarters and bills ­
     times have changed) into jukeboxes for many years to come. while
     the beginning of the '90s was not a particularly golden period in
     jett's creativity, in the past few years she has come back strong,
     forging alliances with a new generation of girls, grrrls, and
     women, who no doubt feel as indebted to jett as joan feels
     invigorated by them.

     a long-in-the-works new album from jett and the blackhearts, fit
     to be tied, should be out early in '98 on blackheart/warner bros.,
     but in the meantime there's a new greatest hits collection out on
     mercury for those in need of a compact history lesson.
     additionally, her minute-and-a-half charge-through of "real wild
     child" on the recent iggy pop tribute album is arguably the only
     track that deserves a place on the disc at all. several months
     ago, over a leisurely meal in manhattan, a seemingly unlikely fan
     ­ amy ray of the indigo girls ­ talked with 37-year-old
     rocker joan jett about an assortment of issues. lucky for us, she
     brought a tape recorder...

     politics and rebellion

          amy ray: you seem more political than when i first met
          you.

          joan jett: "yes."

          what do you attribute it to? are there certain people
          that you hung out with, or is it growing older, or
          anything?

          "well, the first thing i think of is just getting older.
          just watching my peers, seeing especially other women.
          there's so many other women playing music, of all types
          and strengths and levels i've always been aware of not
          being made a second citizen. you know, i think all of us
          as women feel that. but, hanging out pretty much with
          men all my life, even though i was in the runaways, and
          being with the blackhearts, i've pretty much been
          surrounded by men all the time, and it's very easy to,
          uh, let 'em slide, in a way. if you're not being really
          aware of what's being said. i think in the past several
          years, i've really noticed it a lot more, i don't let
          little tiny jokes slide any more. you know what i mean?
          nothing gets by me anymore."

          it's like, you get older, and you don't have anything to
          lose anymore.

          "i've got more tolerance, but i've got less tolerance
          for bullshit. across the board, whether it's got to do
          with women, anything."

          do you think just the act of playing rock 'n' roll is
          rebellious? regardless of what the lyrics say?

          "definitely, and even more so, it doubles if you're a
          woman. you're breaking every rule. you're playing rock
          'n' roll, and you're acting like a 'boy,' you know.
          you're being 'pro sex,' i think a lot of people look at
          it like that."

          i wonder if it's still rebellious on the same level, or
          if artists have to write something that's really
          tangible lyrically, and really precise, for people to
          consider it rebellion anymore. because, so much more is
          accepted now. i think rock 'n' roll is rebellion, no
          matter what. it's a place where anything can happen. but
          it's like, the media wants more and more, they want you
          to push the boundaries more than you already are.

          "i think some people do a double duty. in other words,
          you're entertaining, right? you specifically, you're
          entertaining, you're a musician, you go out and you sing
          and play for people, they get off on that. but you're
          also making statements, you're being political, you're
          talking about what you believe in, and hoping that
          people also get something from that, besides enjoying
          the music. other bands have no message, other bands, it
          might just be the music. and that's fine, too."

          do you run out of things to rebel against as you get
          older, or do you just pick your battles more carefully?

          "yeah, i think you pick your battles, but i'm still
          always fighting the [idea] that this is some kind of
          phase or something. like i'm some kind of freak, like
          other girls can't grow up to be what i've done. like
          it's a one-off thing. no, wrong, there's gonna be other
          ones behind me. i think because a lot of times i'm
          gregarious, i laugh, i'm friendly, even though i've got
          this sort of 'tough' image and stuff, i like people to
          feel like they can approach me. but certainly, i'm
          rebellious. i am not the way, well, i guess the way i
          was taught girls should grow up. anymore, how they're
          taught today, i don't know how they're taught today. i
          don't know what they think. but i still see a lot of
          girls not claiming their power. just sort of letting
          other people tell them what to do, and that's a learning
          process, like it was for me. i let many people tell me
          what to do, until i said, 'no. now it's my turn.'"

     do it yourself

          why did you start blackheart records?

          "because, after the runaways broke up, i met kenny
          "because, after the runaways broke up, i met kenny
          [image] laguna, and we started writing songs together.
                  and eventually he produced the songs that we
          wrote together. and i couldn't get a record deal,
          because, uh, i suppose my reputation was bad, ha ha ha.
          labels said, 'we want nothing to do with this.' so,
          whatever."

          how was it set up? did you have distribution, and hire a
          staff?

          "what we did was, first we got a record deal in europe,
          to release what became bad reputation. in america, we
          had no record deal, so we just took that same record,
          and made up something called blackheart records. and
          just printed up the records. we made 5,000 ­ kenny
          used his daughter's college fund for the first 5,000
          ­ and we put 'em in the back of a car and sold 'em
          at gigs. and those first 5,000 sold out real fast,
          'cause we had a buzz happenin', like on long island and
          the tri-state area, because we were doin' a lot of
          gigs."

          how did boardwalk records figure into your career?

          "remember casablanca records? donna summer. it was a
          subsidiary of that they're the people who eventually
          signed [us] in america, after we were selling these
          records out of the trunk boardwalk was the label we were
          on when 'i love rock 'n' roll' became a huge hit. when
          'i love rock 'n' roll' was still heading to number one
          ­ it was at number eight ­ neil bogart, who was
          the president of casablanca and boardwalk he died of a
          heart attack, suddenly. so the whole boardwalk situation
          went into bankruptcy, so we never got shit for any of
          that. the whole 'i love rock 'n' roll' thing went
          totally out the window. so we had to start over again.
          and then we signed with mca."

          do you have preferences ­ politically,
          business-wise, or musically ­ between major labels
          or indie labels? like, where does your heart go, when
          you think about who you want to work with, or what bands
          you listen to, or politics?

          "i think i'm pretty much a diy girl, because we all know
          when organized business gets hold of things, how the
          chain of command, things get lost in the shuffle. and
          that can still happen on a smaller level, and you have
          to be competent. so, really, there's so many things that
          go into making a success, whether it's on a major label
          or independent, or just a band selling their records out
          of a trunk."

          alright, what makes punk music punk?

          "wow. good question obviously, that's so individual. i
          think it's gotta have a certain level of honesty, first
          and foremost. i don't think i wanna stay away from the
          absolute stereotype, of 'it's gotta be aggressive, hard
          guitar music.' i like things that sound raw. that
          doesn't mean it's shitty, it just means it's emotional,
          you can feel the musicians playing, you can almost hear
          the strings being stroked, you can hear the skins being
          hit, you know. there's a certain essence that comes
          through the record. it's really hard to put your finger
          on it. and it might be really individual to me, what i
          personally define as punk, and what would be defined as
          punk in the commercial world."

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

            "you're breaking every rule. you're playing rock 'n'
           roll, and you're acting like a 'boy,' you know. you're
          being 'pro sex,' i think a lot of people look at it like
                                   that."

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

          do you think when punk is embraced by the mainstream, it
          changes the essence of the music?

          "no, i don't buy that. i don't buy that sort of 'oh,
          everybody knows about them, so they're not punk,' it's
          like, gimme a break! it's either there, or it's not.
          when it's gone, you won't hear it anymore. it goes back
          to that intangible. a sense of urgency in getting your
          message across. i mean, some people just wanna relay
          their feelings, just sort of put it out there. other
          people think what they've got to say is important. other
          people think what they have to say is important, but
          they must push it on everyone, and i think there's
          different levels. i hope i'm in the middle one. urgency,
          but not needing to push it on everybody. just putting it
          out there, and making sure the people who you vibrate
          with will catch it."

     on growing up

          have you noticed your musical and lyrical qualities
          changing over time? because, as i listen to the records,
          i felt like the music was becoming a little more
          diversified around the time of up your alley. and then,
          the lyrics, it's very subtle, but have they become a
          little more vulnerable?

          "i know what you mean. i'm sure the lyrics have become a
          little more diversified. i'm feeling, in a certain way,
          little more diversified. i'm feeling, in a certain way,
          that i wanna share more of myself. but i think  [image]
          you have to figure out a way to let people in,
          you know."

          it's not just you, it's the way that you talk about
          things that has more depth.

          "well, maybe it's to expected, as you grow, and learn to
          look at life different. of course, that might come out
          in the way you write."

          it's riskier. i've found that with some of the stuff you
          did with desmond child, paul westerberg, there's this
          musical thing that's happening, too.

          "writing with someone like desmond or paul, that's when
          it really becomes key to just maybe throw out ideas,
          where if i have an idea for a title or a riff, that's
          what i'll throw into it."

          when you wrote with all those guys, did you feel like
          you had to know them?

          "no, i didn't."

          so, you had no boundary, no vulnerability issues ­
          you could just into this room and write with these
          people, just let it all out? i think that's really hard.

          "if i'm asked if i have any ideas, then i'll say, 'yeah,
          i've got a great idea for a title, i want this song to
          be called 'backlash.'' unless there's a good reason paul
          can tell me why something shouldn't be called
          'backlash,' then i don't have any reason to feel
          insecure about that.

     remember mia

          i wanted to talk about evil stig. what got you involved?
          were you a fan of the gits before?

          "i had never heard of the gits. i spent a lot of time in
          seattle in the spring and summer of 1993, 'cause i was
          writing songs with kathleen hanna from bikini kill, and
          kat from babes in toyland and that summer, a friend of
          mine told me about this band, the gits, and this lead
          singer, mia zapata, who had just been found raped and
          murdered, and everybody was all freakin' out you'd go
          see bands, and people were really depressed about it,
          and they talked about it. and so, i told kathleen hanna
          about this, and she also knew some of these people, and
          we decided to write a song about it, but instead of
          writing a song about feeling powerless, we wrote a song
          about beating a stalker, you know, kind of like, being
          stalked, and being attacked, and knowing enough to get
          away, and live. so we wrote this song, and it was on our
          last record, which is pure and simple. we did a video
          for this song, called 'go home,' and in the video put,
          'this is dedicated to mia zapata,' and at the end of the
          video it said, 'mia zapata was brutally raped and
          murdered in july of '93. her murderer has never been
          found.' so, we were trying to inform people that way,
          but since the video never got any airplay, nobody saw
          it. but then the band called me, and said thanks for
          being concerned and i said, i'd love to help you, and
          maybe there's a way we could do something a little more
          interesting, and maybe we could do some blackhearts
          songs, and maybe if it works, we can try to do some gits
          songs, and i'll sing leads. and i could feel that it was
          a little bit of a strange proposition. i think that they
          realized that my heart was true about this. it wasn't a
          publicity stunt."

          when we grew up in atlanta, the music community was
          really we exchanged gigs, and we had all this
          camaraderie, helping each other out all the time. did
          you have that when you were coming up through the music
          scene?

          "i think i've been through a couple of those. 'cause
          with the runaways, in the beginning of punk, when there
          was none of that, really, and then all of a sudden there
          was the germs, and x, and all these bands in los
          angeles, and yeah, there was a real camaraderie, i
          think, there more of a friendship thing. especially
          between me and those bands, because i was really into
          punk, more than the other girls, so it was more of my
          own camaraderie within the music community. but i do
          feel that today, too. i wanna reach out to other bands,
          and do shows together, and whatever."

          i go see punk bands that are obviously inspired by you.
          is there anybody recently who's inspired you, musically?

          "see, i never see what you're talking about. but, i
          don't know i think all the women, and the girls who are
          out there playing music really inspire me. anybody that
          i'm aware of that i am lucky enough to come across,
          regardless of whether i'm really into it or not, just
          the fact that they're out there doin' it because there
          were no women doin' this when i started. i mean, it was
          so obvious. and there are now, and so, for me, i can
          so obvious. and there are now, and so, for me, i can
          never take that for granted. i can never let    [image]
          that go. i have to always appreciate that. but
          within that, there are probably too many women to name
          that inspire me. but, people like kathleen hanna, you
          know, bikini kill, who just, against all odds, are
          really, just like pissing in the wind, they don't care
          what anyone thinks."

          fugazi?

          "fugazi's a big one i think those guys are feminists, so
          i really recognize that side of it... i just sense a
          real sort of humanistic thing, you know, it's not
          playing up so much on men, women, it's just, 'hey, we're
          all human beings.' and i really love their diy thing.
          every show's five dollars. every show is all-ages. and
          it's always to their specification. regardless, they
          never settle. and we know how hard that is to do and,
          not to mention, in that arena, it gets tough to take a
          hard line about your politics or anything. you'll have
          ian out there saying, 'hey, we're gonna stop the show,
          'cause people are getting beaten up out there.' and i've
          heard things from women saying, 'look, i don't need him
          to protect me!' it's like, come on, man, he's not trying
          to single you out, saying you're a weak woman, that you
          can't take care of yourself. i start to get really
          annoyed with that sort of, 'i don't need him to take
          care of me' sort of bravado. yeah, let's see that once
          you got a boot up your ass."

          alright, last question: if you could change anything
          about your musical path, what would it be?

          "i've been asked that before, and you know, i wouldn't
          change anything. i think all my experiences have been
          for a reason. you know, i could say, yeah, i wish i
          wasn't so fucked up in the runaways. i wish i was more
          aware of some of the various business details over the
          years. but, you know, it all brings me to this point,
          and i'm glad my life's been like it's been. i think i've
          had a good one. i've been able to do a lot of things a
          had a good one. i've been able to do a lot of things a
          lot of people haven't, that other people would   [image]
          dream of. i've been able to live out my
          fantasies, and dreams! so, i'm real lucky."


take care
dr sharon :)

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the site places a cookie on your computer...you need to find a file on your computer that says "cookies" and delete it so that you can re-vote. can't believe i am helping you ballot-crammers! :)

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> date:    fri, 12 dec 1997 04:56:52 -0500
> from:    rick hodgin <foxmuldr@indy.net>
> subject: re: amy at end of tuib
>
> > sorry if this has been covered already, but what does amy say at the
> end of
> > tuib in 1200 curfews?
>
> it sounds like she says "wooh!  charlie brown, and jane scarpantoni,"
> but i
> don't know why she would say charlie brown. hehehe :)
>
without listening to it again, i seem to remember that she says "scarlet
rivera, jane scarpantoni," but that might just be my sleep-deprived
brain.

by the way, anyone in the baltimore area has one more chance to see
caroline aiken (who rocked last night, and chatted with me and gave me
tips on 12 string) in timonium tonight, at mays chapel.

sarah (who probably shouldn't have gone last night, because she got mild
food poisoning at the club, which made it difficult for her to come back
and write her paper, but she did and now the countdown reads one paper,
three exams to go, and its 10 am and she is going to bed)
spinsker@goucher.edu

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dear karen, please email me privately...got the boot, its awesome

love, karen

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> sorry if this has been covered already, but what does amy say at the > end of tuib in 1200 curfews?

>> it sounds like she says "wooh!  charlie brown, and jane scarpantoni," >> but i don't know why she would say charlie brown. hehehe :)

actually, i think that she credits scarlett rivera and jane scarpatoni.
rivera played violin on the tune (me thinks).  also, i believe she
toured with dylan, as well.

melissa

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grlchasr26 <grlchasr26@aol.com> wrote:
>>a glass ball ornament signed by the indigo girls.
>>to bid, go to www.iconographs.com and go to sweet
>>relief auction.

the auction is closed; the ornament went for $275.

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sari <s-laufer@nwu.edu> wrote:
>>2.  in gotm, when she sings "...i must say around some corner i can sense
>>        a resting place..."  love that!!
>>
>>just my thoughts...does anyone just melt when they hear these?  :)
>        ooooh. i'm right with you on that one.  i love that part.

me too!  and just the way she kind of slurs it on the album, not when she does
it live...

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rick hodgin <foxmuldr@indy.net> wrote:
>i've read in the ani difranco list (nadc) that she does a cover of this
>song on her album to be released next year called "little plastic castles."

no, what you read is the confusion that resulted when someone posted igc to
the ani list.  someone thought they were talking about ani instead of amy, and
off it went!  but i appreciate the irony of now having that incorrect adc
posted to the ig list, completing the circle.

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it seems that when i copied the stomp & stammer interview there was a
glitch. as a result the phrase "& shy;" was included in the article a few
times. i have no idea how it happened but "& shy;" shouldn't be there......
sorry about that.

take care...... i'm off to get drunk....... christmas party and i passed my
viva :)
sharon

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ok, i pretty much knew that marival would be first to post.  i thought about
trying to drive the 2 hours home from the concert and then coming into the
office and typing, but didn't.  probably should have as i was so wired!

it was a great concert!  i was psyched to have front row tickets right in
front of emily which was excellent!  i'd never had front row tickets before
and it was almost a surreal experience in a lot of ways.  i'm going to skip
over mrs. fun and get right into the girls.  not that i don't like mrs. fun,
but they're not my favorite opening act.  sorry.

but during intermission when sulli was out on the stage taping down the set
lists i made eye contact with her and showed that i had something to throw
her.  she nodded and i tossed it to her, a couple of minutes later she came
back and asked who it was for.  evidently she hadn't looked at the envelope
to see her name printed on it.  i said that it was for her and she looked so
surprised, it was just cute.  :)  i had made her a necklace with crinoid
fossils.  the next time that she came out on stage she had it on.  it
definitely made me smile!

as for the show, i'm glad that marival posted the set list.  i was so caught
up in everything that was going on that i didn't make notes nor was i about
to be able to remember all the songs.  i was just thrilled that they opened
with tangled up in blue.  that is my favorite cover that they do and it
definitely got the adrenaline pumping!

some of the other high points for me included kid fears.  something about
that song really hits a chord with me.  amy's soc during scooter boys was
also interesting and powerful, although when she goes off like that it
usually just makes me smile alot because of all of her energy.  crazy game
is one of those songs that makes me just want to watch what they're doing
and how they're moving and singing.  :)

it was very cool when amy broke a string during r & j.  to see how she and
her tech reacted to it all was great.  they both took it all in stride.  i
watch and he changed the string before she was even finished with the rest
of the song.

i thought that the crowd was pretty subdued.  it wasn't a full house, but
i'm assuming that has more to do with the fact that it's getting to be
around finals week for so many people.  people were really pretty respectful
and there wasn't a lot of weird screaming or yelling.  there were a lot of
cameras around me during the first part of the concert which was kind of
weird since they had the typical signs up about no cameras or recording
devices.  there were two guys in particular that stood right up by the
railing and snapped a bunch of pictures.  it was probably a half hour into
the show before security made them stop and then all they had to say was "no
flashes please".

another thing that was pretty funny was that i had asked a friend to go with
me to the show.  she's a 45 year old biology professor here and the young
woman sitting next to her asked if she was going to stand up and scream with
her during the concert!  i just laughed.  :)

well, that's pretty much my take of the show.  it rocked!

lisa

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on fri, 12 dec 1997, rick hodgin wrote:

> > sorry if this has been covered already, but what does amy say at the end of
> > tuib in 1200 curfews?
>
> it sounds like she says "wooh!  charlie brown, and jane scarpantoni," but i
> don't know why she would say charlie brown. hehehe :)
>
> - rick
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i believe it's "scarlet rivera and jane scarpatoni", as scarlet played
violin (i think?) on tuib and jane, of course, played cello.

amy m.

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greetings to all in the land of indigo!

in an effort to be non-repetitive with the people poll,
i noticed a new entry at #79 - amy ray with 14 votes.

# 15 - the indigo girls with 258 votes
# 73 - indigo girls with 17 votes

both ig combined make it 275, which bumps them up to #14!


here's a question to ponder:  is people magazine really going
to take this poll and make their picks from it, or is it just some
type of publicity hype so we all get excited about 'our pick'
getting on the list?  do they normally mention runners-up?
just wondering.

take care and peace!

-deb

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amy wrote in her daemon notes:

>     p.s.check out this book publisher-a.k.press in san francisco-
>     415-864-0892

found their web page to save you a toll call:

    http://db.akpress.org/capps/mall/index.cfm

they're a u.s. branch of this organization which i also found reference to on
the web:

>a.k. press [uk]
>22 lutton place
>edinburgh, eh8 9pe scotland
>tel: 031-667-1507 (24hr answerphone/fax)
>carries a 64 page catalogue of 'radical left' books,
>many difficult to get hold of. well over 1,000 titles
>on anarchism, feminism, situationism, surrealism, etc.
>various catalogues. cheque/postal order/international
>money order, or us dollars (at own risk).

kind of funny coming on the heels of the sovo interview where emily says
they're not radicals. :-)

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hi y'all,

just thought i'd share my fave song and the ig moment that went with it.

my fave song is touch me fall.  i love to hear it live.  amy jumping
around and emily doing her rockin, bluesy guitar solo.

amyray,  i saw them in sept (?) '94 in dallas and they played it.  then
i saw them again three weeks later in santa fe.  for the santa fe show,
my gf and i had 3rd row, amy side.  amy was facing in sara lee's
direction, and emily was looking towards us when amy struck the first
chord of touch me fall.  the crowd was silent and there was that
moments pause.  i yelled out "all skate, now reverse".  emily saw me do
it and starting laughing.  it took amy a while to realize what i'd
said.  she turned slowly, and had this sexy, beautiful, wonderful smile
on her face.  she locked eyes with my gf and started laughing.  like
"you heard that?"       it was so cool, my gf about had a coronary.

it was and still is our favorite ig moment.  it even out does the time
we met them and amy touched my shoulder.

happy thought to those seeing them in denver tomorrow night, especially
all those from new mexico.  too bad i won't be there.

cynthia

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my gf is an ig fan and i thought it might be nice to get her something
ig for christmas. if anyone has a composed list of pics, videos,
tapes, etc. that they would like to trade - please email me privately.

also, i believe that there are a few people on this list who
correspond with beth durff (bed1@hotmail.com or bed1@psu.edu) from
time to time... i just want to let you know that she has been in the
hospital for some time now and has had a rather difficult time of it i
understand. i'm sure she would appreciate your thoughts right now, as
today is also her birthday.

thanks,
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in her post about fargo's concert lisa says:

there were a lot of cameras around me during the first part of the concert
which was kind of weird since they had the typical signs up about no
cameras or recording devices.  there were two guys in particular that
stood right up by the railing and snapped a bunch of pictures.  it was
probably a half hour into the show before security made them stop and then
all they had to say was "no flashes please"

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

i just wanted to respond to this quickly cause i saw that these guys did
have press passes (i thought it would be for the newspaper, but there was
nothing in today's edition).  what usually happens is that certain people
are given passes adn permission to take photos from right up close for
like the first 3 or 4 songs.  then they have to leave.  and the thing was
that these dudes didn't want to leave.  so after their time limit was up,
the security guys started getting mean.  one guy almost tackled this
photographer to get him out of the way, and emily looked as though she had
something to say about this move.  she saw the whole thing (it happen
right beneath her) and as soon as she realized what was happening and what
an ass the security guy was being she just started to stare at him as he
walked back to his side of the auditorium.  she kept playing and singing
and staring with some pretty evident contempt for almost a full minute or
2.  i was happy about that.  they may not like to be photographed or like
any of that paparazzi (?) aspect of their job, but they do want everyone
to be respected adn treated with dignity.

marivel

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hi all,

san diego goes on sale at 10 a.m. this morning (friday) via ticketmaster.

ticketmaster is now reporting in it's on-sale list that the l.a. show
goes on sale on 12/13 (saturday) even though by phone yesterday and on
the universal amphitheater page it clearly says sunday, 12/14 - so caveat
emptor or something - i'm not going to keep updating you because i'm
going to denver, so if you care, get on the phone and find out for yourself.

cheers,

alison

p.s. will someone in the bay area keep an eye on bass and check out
likely venues - those dates should be coming down soon.

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at 11:56 am 12/12/97, marival wrote:
>
>i just wanted to respond to this quickly cause i saw that these guys did
>have press passes (i thought it would be for the newspaper, but there was
>nothing in today's edition).  what usually happens is that certain people
>are given passes adn permission to take photos from right up close for
>like the first 3 or 4 songs.... one guy almost tackled this
>photographer to get him out of the way, and emily looked as though she had
>something to say about this move.

yup, saw that.  was pretty weirded out because the security guy was being
such a jerk, but there were also 4 people right behind me that kept snapping
away and we had the security guys over there about 3 or 4 times and all they
kept saying was "no flashes".  it was weird.  but i gave the one guy my card
and hope to make some trades with him!  he had to have taken close to a roll
of pictures.  as for the press pass guys, i kind of figured that, but when
they kept it up i thought it was quite amusing.

lisa

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hi y'all,

thanks for the crunchy dyke explaination, and even though i am hetero, i guess i am
crunchy, cause a lot of the description is me.

anyway, i got another deep question.  my husband was in dallas on business, went to a bar
with some friends and this guy came up to him and told him a joke about *buckle
bunnies*.  he looked up the term on the web, (as we always do, its kind of an expanded
dictionairy) and found men on men, xrated stuff.

does anyone from texas or otherwise that has knowledge know what the term means?

thanks,  karen

*peace on earth, goodwill to everyone*

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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 13:12:22 -0500
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okay to be fair i'm gonna post a random act of kindness i witnessed  last
night after fargo's show by none other than everyone's favorite dave
ellison.  well he won over at least one heart yesterday.  we were standing
outside by the back of the bus and this woman had a guitar around her neck
and at one point during the show she tried to run up to the front of the
stage (for what reason i don't know) but she got whisked out of there
really quickly.  anyway, amy and emily came out of the building and into
the bus without much more than a wave to us, but that's cool cause it *is*
almost at that point where skin freezes instantly, so i wouldn't have
expected anyone but weirdos like me to wait out there for any extended
period of time.  but so back to the story *again*, dave ran out of the
building, grabbed this woman's guitar and ran it back onto the bus where
he had amy and emily sign it and then he brought it back out to her.  i'm
pretty sure she was near tears the whole time, and i thought it was an
exceptionally nice thing to do, especially since it involved getting off
the bus twice in sub-freezing temps.  nice guy, really.  okay, thought you
all should know...

marivel

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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 10:31:08 -0800
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whoa.. my first ig concert ever, and i think i got 2nd row seats!! i can't
believe it. i am soooo excited!!! (i ordered my tickets online.) right in
front, too! this is too awesome for words... now to take a final :) :)

emily

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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 13:20:01 -0500
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thanks so much for your mail message.

take care and have a great day.

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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 13:40:31 -0500
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hey big listers

anybody wanting to say hi sunday, i for one am in the balcony, row m, seat
115 or 117.  marcia (mlc123@aol.com) is in t'other and courtney reeve and
her friend are the next two.  i know most of the baigls too, so i'll be sure
to take y'all around and put names to faces...i know you lurkers are all
dying to meet "we happy few, we madcap crew, we band of indigonads"
(shakespeare butchery all mine).  so come introduce yourself, baigls "only
bite if you want us to.  promise."  ;)  i have longish brown hair and will
be wearing my sheepskin coat, and probably clothes under that. ;)  so be
friendly--no pressure!

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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 11:50:21 -0700
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i was just on the daemon web page trying to order the jcs video for my wife
for christmas, but there's no price for it. does anyone have a phone number
for daemon that i can call to get the price? e-mail me privately, please!

paul@dmsymphony.org

thanx!

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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 14:36:57 -0500
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thanks, deb!  :)  always happy to help ... heheheh :)

- rick

>no, what you read is the confusion that resulted when someone posted igc to
>the ani list.  someone thought they were talking about ani instead of amy, and
>off it went!  but i appreciate the irony of now having that incorrect adc
>posted to the ig list, completing the circle.

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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 12:45:08 -0700
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lately my very favorite cd is new mongrels _not dead (yet)_.  i have seen
people describe it as a bunch of "nonsense songs" and in the faq it is
described as "eclectic in the extreme."  while i think it may be an
unusual sound to get used to, the poetry and stories in these songs are so
wonderful and i can really identify with them.  they're definitely not
nonsense. i esp. like "the crazies," "learning to dance," and "not dead
(yet)."  at first, i did think it was just a silly, fun cd (the insert
has a lot to do with that impression!). but for some reason i picked it up
again and have been playing it non-stop.  the songs seem much more
thoughtful and sentimental.
and of course, there are the excellent a+e moments like on "9 fingers,"
"wingtip sheriff," "everybody falls," and pretty much all of them!

i can't wait for the *new* new mongrels cd!

-garian

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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 15:46:51 -0500
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everyone vote now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  there is no reason why jenny
mccarthy, hanson, and mariah carrey should be ahead of our girls!!!  i
think it is sick!  so exercise your right and vote!!!!!!!!

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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 15:06:22 -0600
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i heard that there was going to be another lillith performance around
christmas time to benefit a charity or something. maybe this is what your
friend is talking about.

>hey all...
>one of my friends just told me that another friend is taking her to an ig,
>sarah mc, and jewel concert around the 22nd of dec in the sf bay area...i
>think she is full of s**t...but if she isn't i need to know!!!!! does
>anyone know anything about this?
>peace...out
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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 13:12:33 -0800
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sorry - i forgot to mention that on top of everything else, her gf
dumped her a week ago (which has in a way - something to do with how
she ended up hospitalized)...

i have a phone # if anyone would like to contact her - please email me
privately.

thanks again,
laura


> also, i believe that there are a few people on this list who
> correspond with beth durff (bed1@hotmail.com or bed1@psu.edu) from
> time to time... i just want to let you know that she has been in the
> hospital for some time now and has had a rather difficult time of it i
> understand. i'm sure she would appreciate your thoughts right now, as
> today is also her birthday.
>
> thanks,
> laura
>
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indigo wrote:
>
>  everyone vote now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  there is no reason why jenny
> mccarthy, hanson, and mariah carrey should be ahead of our girls!!!  i
> think it is sick!  so exercise your right and vote!!!!!!!!
>
what have i started?

joy b

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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 16:23:47 est
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ok, so we can't really multiple vote...we've established that.  but to
all you college students, go to the lab and vote from every computer.
won't that work?
i'm gonna try...
love,
  carol


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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 17:22:14 -0600
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hello again!  i was wondering if anyone could give me any ideas for
obtaining a copy of tuesday's children.  i always thought i was a pretty
hard-core fan of the girls but you guys are talking about stuff i never
heard of!  i'd appreciate a tip.  thanks!  oh yeah, and thanks to all of
you who replied to me about fortunate ones!  good stuff!

peace,
jordy

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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 17:38:12 est
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hey all.
just a quick note.  the gang competed in the discmakers independent music
world series, se finals last nite here in atl.  they had already made the cut
from 400 to 6 final bands and were quite thrilled to be there.  believe it or
not (if you know the band, i know you're a believer) they won!  they're beside
themselves especially considering they won $30,000 (yes, that is 5 zeros) in
prizes.  wow.  nice things really do happen to nice, talented people!
they'll be performing jan. 9 at smith's in atlanta and jan. 29 at eddie's.
mark your calendars now!
email the site and say congrats! (lift@mindspring.com)
thanks.
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yes, i am the idiot who said "...$30,000 (yes that is 5 zeros)..."  when i
meant "...$30,000 (yes that is 5 digits)..."   duh!  no corrections please!
cheri

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hi all,

has anybody received an order from russell carter lately?  i ordered a shirt
for my gf in october, and haven't see it yet.  my check cleared last month.
so, anybody think it will make it in time for the holidays?  i'll have one
disappointed lady if i don't get the shirt...any ideas?
thought about the ornament on  sweet relief's auction, but its up to
$275...woohoo!  glad to see it, but outta my league.
i know the holidays shouldn't be so materialistic, but she wants the shirt.
besides,  she snuck away at udel to snag the thermal for me.  somehow an iou
just doesn't cut it...
keeping my eyes out for delivery people.

terri

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i had no idea the seattle tickets we're going to be on sale imminently. i
guess i'll try for last row seats on the balcony when ticketlaster comes back
on at 10am.  i can remember the view from there from when i saw evita last.
anyone have good binocs?

p.s. is there anyone from here to oregon who would want company for the
portland rose garden show, who is good at getting good seats, who would be
willing to buy me tickets?  my offer is still good for a road trip.  anyone?
anyone?  bueller?  fry?

anne

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hi.  i've always had a completely different interpretation of fugitive ,
one of my absolute favorite songs in the world, than any of the ones
i've read posted so far, though they make a lot of sense to me now.
anyways.  i always thought that it was about only one person, amy, and
the two people she has sorta become because of fame and being in the
spotlight and stuff.  so there's the public side and the private one
which "lives in her soul and drinks of her wine."  so sometimes it seems
to her that the fame was not worth the "cameras and guns"  ("this is not
what i bargained for")  so the dancing in the sun part is about having
sacrificed her own personal time for the "whirl and twirl"  of touring
and recording and stuff.  but still "the curse and the blessing they're
one and the same" - even though sometimes it's hard, the music is still
worth it.  "baby it's all such a treacherous game"  the hide yourself
part is just about having privacy i think.  amy has said a lot that she
wants to keep her privacy and doesn't want people discussing her
private, love life etc.  then the dancing in the sand part.  i've always
pictured amy with her arms in the air just sort of twirling around.
sorta a dream of being totally open ("stood without clothes") but with
freedom form scrutiny.  "aching with freedom"  but then it all comes
back to that it was a choice she made "all in our hands"  and that it
was a good one and she was lucky.  "we are fortunate ones..."  i'm not
really sure about the end part.  anyways.  just a few thoughts.- julia

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please don't flame me...but i heard that billy pilgrim is breaking up...any
fans have any news on this....thanks josh

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i don't want to be on the list any more.  please get me off of it.  i
don't want any more of this shitty mail.  i don't know how to quit this
place.

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i want to start a new- actually bring back- a thread because i wanted some
updates.

who on the list has a tattoo? how many of them were inspired by indigo girls,
their lyrics, album covers and/or artwork, political causes, social activism
issues, etc?

i'm ready for my first tattoo (i think so anyway, i'm a bit scared) and i
finally figured out what i want- a cedar tree with a double women's symbol at
the bottom.

if anyone is so inclined to share where their tattoo is, and/or whether
they're happy with it, please do.
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in a message dated 97-12-12 03:20:14 est, marivel write:

<<  does anyone else just get pushed over the edge by
that little move amy does during this song?  and i'm not gonna explain so
i hope you know what i'm talking about...
  >>

oh yeah, i've seen it, for example, in live at the uptown lounge. y'all agree
it's frickin' a?!

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karen l. frey wrote:

> anyway, i got another deep question.  my husband was in dallas on business, went to a bar
> with some friends and this guy came up to him and told him a joke about *buckle
> bunnies*.  he looked up the term on the web, (as we always do, its kind of an expanded
> dictionairy) and found men on men, xrated stuff.

ok. i'm not from texas, but i *do* know what a "buckle bunny" is.   my best friend used to
ride rodeo, and she tells me that when you win a trophy in rodeo it is presented in the form
of a really big flashy belt buckle.  buckle bunnies are women who dig people who have won the
aforementioned trophies.  sorta the same thing as a rugger hugger (she plays rugby too). btw,
what was the joke?

dianne

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> administrative requests should not be sent to the list!
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geee see this it tells you how to get off the list

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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 20:57:09 -0500
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thanks so much for your mail message.

take care and have a great day.

sincerely,
-jackie wadhwa
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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 19:45:30 -0500
reply-to:     carolyn e turett <ceturett@juno.com>
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from:         carolyn e turett <ceturett@juno.com>
subject:      mttg, libm, ig friendly schools, etc.

well, my friend sent me a copy of midnight train to ga that she said she
got off of an rem album, and i was wondering if anybody else has heard
it.  michael stipe sings the beginning part, emily comes in where they
usually have the guest sing, and amy has only a terribly small role in
any of it.  is it just me or does she sing more on the 1200 version??

also, to add to my fav ig moments, i'd have to say in let it be me when
amy says "i've seen the kingdoms blow like ashes in the winds of change .
. . " and em comes in then.  the way amy says ashes is very cool.  and
speaking of that song, has it been discussed of late?  if it has and i
missed it then could somebody email me privately with what was said . . .
and if not then does anybody have anything to say about it . . . i love
it!! :)

finally, pardon the small igc with this one, i am so happy cuz i just got
into cornell u, which is my dream school.  i knew it was meant to be . .
. while i was there this summer there was a big ig poster in the
bookstore, and while i was in there i heard least complicated and shame
on you over the speakers.  it was an omen!  now maybe the girls will
travel up to cornell and visit me next fall (or any time in the next 4
yrs that i'm there . . . )

love,
carolyn!
ceturett@juno.com

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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 18:24:33 -0800
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at 07:23 pm 12/12/97 -0600, someone who's name ( rickster )is new to me,
cause i've been soooo long gone off-line, wrote:
>i don't want to be on the list any more.  please get me off of it.  i
>don't want any more of this shitty mail.  i don't know how to quit this
>place.
as for me??? more more more!!!! flames...sh*t...out of control ramblings...
all of it!!! i want it + i want it now...
i sign off this post as an "indigo-tainted-e-mail" hungry fan...
kim... goddess of prodigal subscriber/postees
ps...
all those folk who wrote about two weeks ago + welcomed me oh so warmly back
to the list... thanks!!!! i was on again off again fer a bit there... but
now i'm back to stay fer as long as i can cling to my key board:-)

"that weak feeling you're experiencing is the blood flow
being cut off to your brain. you'll be dead in less than a minute...
or we could talk..."
- xena, warrior princess.

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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 21:46:12 -0500
reply-to:     karen frey <karenfrey@redrose.net>
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from:         karen frey <karenfrey@redrose.net>
subject:      buckle bunnie joke
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dianne, he couldn't get it straight (the joke) and the only thing they all could remember was
wondering what the heck is a buckle bunny...but i do know some crude jokes..probably would get
flamed for them!

peace, karen

btw, thank you for the explanation


dianne connell wrote:

>  btw,
> what was the joke?
>
> dianne
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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 07:00:49 -0800
reply-to:     "maurene e. poppers" <mousey@wizard.com>
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from:         "maurene e. poppers" <mousey@wizard.com>
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did somebody ask about tattoos's?  well i am 10 of them myself....they are
mostly on my arm's , right above my right shoulder and on my legs...and i am
still getting a few more..

i gues i can't stop yet......

maurene

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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 19:05:26 -0800
reply-to:     resa m <resa@ipeg.com>
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subject:      nigc tattoos
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>who on the list has a tattoo? how many of them were inspired by
>indigo girls, their lyrics, album covers and/or artwork,
political causes,
>social activism issues, etc?


i have two tattoos, neither inspired by ig. i love the large one
on my back. i've received several compliments on it from the
most unlikely people. i just wish i could see it without a mirror!
the little one on my left shoulder was not a wise choice. i want
to either have it removed or covered. my life has changed and
it's just not relevant any longer. it's also in a location that
prevents me from wearing certain clothing at work. it's very
important to pick a design that means something to you and
not let someone talk you into it. make sure the shop uses an
autoclave (sp?) and the artist demonstrates sanitary
methods.

resa

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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 21:54:20 -0500
reply-to:     karen frey <karenfrey@redrose.net>
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from:         karen frey <karenfrey@redrose.net>
subject:      don't let me outta this place!
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i too want the email!!!   its great to be so warmly greeted each day by 72 new
letters!!  sometimes there is even something addressed to me personally from one
of you all.  i think you all are terriffic, diverse, and great to be friends
with.

however, it is far simpler to keep up on the weekends : )

anyone else have a great fondness for "its alright"?  i wonder what the people
who see me driving think when i am listening to the indigo girls...look at that
dweeb singing heart out!!

also, i too am an alto, i sing in the church choir, well except for this year,
i've been singing for about 13 years.  someone wrote that women cannot be true
tenors, however we do have 2 women tenors in the choir, and they sound like the
men.  i tried for 2nd soprano..but it is outta my range.  i think amy hits some
cool low notes, they are the ones i love to sing, i love the rumbling feeling in
my chest and throat when we do low octaves, the rest of the altos bitch about
going so low.

anyway, here i sit alone while hubby and daughter are shopping, which i should
be doing.  send the email!!!!

love,  karen

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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 21:58:51 -0500
reply-to:     karen frey <karenfrey@redrose.net>
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whats this mean????

karen <---grinning from ear to ear from being so baffled by this
message...

jwadhwa@kailua.huskynet.com wrote:

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>
> take care and have a great day.
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whats this mean????

<p>karen <---grinning from ear to ear from being so baffled by this
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<p>jwadhwa@kailua.huskynet.com wrote:
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<p>take care and have a great day.

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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 22:00:40 -0500
reply-to:     karen frey <karenfrey@redrose.net>
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it must be like body piercing...you get the fever and all of a sudden you crave
rings where they don't belong.  i got my ear pierced this summer in the "rook",
and have been wanting more ever since.

yes it hurt.

peace,  karen

maurene e. poppers wrote:

> did somebody ask about tattoos's?  well i am 10 of them myself....they are
> mostly on my arm's , right above my right shoulder and on my legs...and i am
> still getting a few more..
>
> i gues i can't stop yet......
>
> maurene
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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 22:12:00 -0500
reply-to:     karen frey <karenfrey@redrose.net>
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i ordered this from amazon...can't wait till it arrives, though you all
would be interested!

1 copy of "building a mystery: the story of sarah mclachlan and lilith
fair"
         judith fitzgerald; paperback; @ $11.96 each


books subtotal:       $ 11.96
shipping & handling:  $  3.95
tax:                  $  0.00
                      -------
total due:            $ 15.91

peace, karen

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date:         sat, 13 dec 1997 15:33:42 +1100
reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
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hey folks,

real quick note.

1) to unsubscribe send this command, in the body of an
email message, to listserv@netspace.org:
        signoff indigo-girls
if you get back a message saying that you're not subscribed
under that address, let me know and i'll help you out.

2) the automatic reply thing - i'm about to remove that
person from the list.  if that's *you*, then i'd suggest
you turn your automatic reply function off before you sign
back on!

sorry - in a hurry -
sherlyn
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   and we're engaging in a miracle..." - lisa mccormick

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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 23:32:10 -0500
reply-to:     alisa greenberg <agreenb1@swarthmore.edu>
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>jwadhwa@kailua.huskynet.com wrote:

<paraindent><param>left</param>>

>thanks so much for your mail message.>

>take care and have a great day.>

>sincerely, >-jackie wadhwa


this is an automatic message that servers send out when someone is away
from their computer for a while, like over winter break and such.  i
only know because my college sent out a note that we could do the same
thing when we leave next week.


hope this helps!


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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 23:47:41 -0500
reply-to:     heather davis <heather@coaps.fsu.edu>
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java, if you're out there could you please email me! i got your xmas card
and want to say thank you!
                        -heather

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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 23:57:34 est
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ok...so here goes...

i know i've been a baaaad listee lurking and whatnot but between roadtrips and
finals and learning html and shows (i'm a theater major)...oh well...you get
my point.

so last time i went to dayton with a friend and after 12 hours of driving we
made it all the way from nj in the snow and sleet and other white stuff
falling from the sky....

well...it's snowed again (4-5 inches) and that means that it's time for
another roadtrip!  boston...here we come!  this time we have excellent
seats...look for us in the third row...very center!!!

ok so before i leave...i have to finish pluggin my new url...it's really
spotty but i'm working on it...so here it is...

well...it's time to sleep so i'll see yall in boston!!! (is there anything
planned?) send me some private e-mail...i prob won't have time to check the
lists...

love

ruthie

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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 21:16:21 pst
reply-to:     alicia bender <rainbowgirl69@hotmail.com>
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about the ig inspired tattoos, well it's not really inspired by them,
but i have a gecko on the inside of my right forearm, because i thought
amy's looked cool on her right arm... random thing.
-alicia

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date:         fri, 12 dec 1997 23:58:53 est
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sorry for the waste of bw but i forgot the url...so here
goes...http://members.aol.com/rudyburman/home.html

cya

ruthie

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date:         sat, 13 dec 1997 00:48:16 -0500
reply-to:     darren glass <glassd@math.upenn.edu>
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from:         darren glass <glassd@math.upenn.edu>
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ok, i've been watching all this discussion of the people magazine thing,
and something's been bothering me about the attitude towards it on the
list, and i finally figured it out...

do you all really consider them that intriguing?  i would say they are
talented, wonderful, incredible songwriters, really cool, really admirable
and respectable and all these other things, but i'm not sure that i would
really classify them as intriguing.  i guess it's a fairly nebulous word,
and we want to interpret it as meaning "cool" and i would love to see them
written up in people as much as any of you, but...

for example, i find the spice girls phenomenon much more intriguing than
anything a&e did this year.  scary? yes. sick and disgusting? yes.  but
intriguing, too...

i imagine that a lot of you disagree with me and actually do find amy and
emily intriguing, so let's talk about why...

it would at least be more interesting than discussing how many votes they
have.

love,
darren


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date:         sat, 13 dec 1997 00:41:56 -0600
reply-to:     jamie <suthardj@southwestern.edu>
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from:         jamie <suthardj@southwestern.edu>
subject:      re: i'm gonna get flamed...<igc>
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this is not a flame

darren and the iglist,

i put in a cd and turn up the music everyday to find two beautiful voices
filling my soul.  amy ray and emily saliers have done so much this year to
be intriguing.  let's see.  emily finally wrote about what it's like being
gay in a song, which is something i never thought she would do.  their
_honor the earth_ tour has raised support and awareness for a major
problem, which might perhaps lead to some education on such issues.
developing music with native american band ulali was totally intriguing.
the harmonies, the music, the poetry, the voices, the social awareness of
problems, the confrontation of homophobia:  all _very_ intriguing.  that
is why my vote on the people poll is for amy and emily and not for some
group called the spice girls.

this is not a flame.

discuss?

jamie

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date:         sat, 13 dec 1997 01:55:25 -0500
reply-to:     joe hamilton <hamilton@bayflash.stpt.usf.edu>
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hey folks,

anyone who would be willing to dub blue food for cassie, could you please
write her at: chultin@wam.umd.edu     thanks!
joe

---------- forwarded message ----------
date: fri, 12 dec 1997 16:17:15 -0500 (est)
from: cassiopeia <chultin@wam.umd.edu>
to: hamilton@stpt.usf.edu
subject: blue food

hey, i just wanted to tell you that i love your indigo girls page, i think it's
great (i'm going to point my mom there for some christmas
shopping), i was wondering if you knew anything about obtaining
blue food (or anything that has the girls singing 'weakness in me' which
is a favorite song of mine)... any info you have would be great! =)
thanks,
cassie
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        -indigo girls
email : chultin@wam.umd.edu | url : www.capecod.net/~cassie

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date:         sat, 13 dec 1997 02:17:04 est
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subject:      voting multiple times on people's poll
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there is a way to trick the system into letting you vote as many times as you
want.  if you are for ballot stuffing, then contact me personally (write in
the subject line "ballot stuffing")

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date:         sat, 13 dec 1997 02:26:41 est
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karen wrote
<<i too want the email!!!   its great to be so warmly greeted each day by 72
new
letters!!  sometimes there is even something addressed to me personally from
one
of you all.>>
<<anyone else have a great fondness for "its alright"?>>

so, ***karen**** :) yes, and as a matter of fact, of the 7 million beautiful,
meaningful, and inspirational bits of indigo wisdom that i had to choose from,
for my personal quote on my aol profile i have: "i know i'm small in a way but
i know i'm strong!"  rah! rah! emily is my spiritual cheerleader!! it was
between that and "if the world is night shine my life like a light."
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darren glass says:
<<i imagine that a lot of you disagree with me and actually do find amy and
emily intriguing, so let's talk about why...>>

well, where should i start??? really, i think the most intriguing thing about
amy and emily is that they, unlike most people, are not all talk and they take
real steps to improve the world.  and sure, there are celebrities who
contribute time and money to charity, etc., but how many do you see take real
action beyond one or two nights a year, or do more than donate a few thousand
of their multi-million dollar profits to a worthy cause?  true generousity and
real activism (versus mere concern) are qualities that intrigue me in any
human being. for example amy operates a record label that has consistenly
failed to actually bring her profits because she is commited to helping
aspiring musicians.  not to mention their work on the honor the earth
campaign, their trips to mexico and interest in the zapatista movement,
contributions to gay and lesbian youth projects, the virginia slam, etc..
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now about me!! i have a tattoo of a woman symbol { o+ } on my ankle that i am
quite fond of.  it's stylized and pretty detailed and probably will be
followed by a toe ring on one or the other of my little piggies (either the
one that went to the market or the one that stayed home). soon. maybe even
when the next student loan check comes.

molly o+

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date:         sat, 13 dec 1997 03:16:28 est
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in regards to the message that indicated live "touch me fall" as a personal
favorite:

i know we're not supposed to be dropping all our "me, too's" into the mix, but
seeing touch me fall live in berkeley, 1994 (was anyone else there?) was such
a turning point of my existence.  here i am, last row of the lawn seats (i'd
changed my plane flight back to college at the last minute just to be able to
go at all, and this is my first concert ever and...) i'm already blown
away...i'm swaying on my knees, can't feel my body between the chill and the
loss of circulation (3 hours on your knees can do a number on your
bloodstream), and then they encore with this song...and i knew it from the
album, but have no idea about soc's and live jams and all that stuff, and them
amy breaks into the "i will not be complacent" vibe and i'm just staring,
spellnbound, barely breathing (thank's sara for the newport boot that had a
similar soc on it!), my whole body becoming organic, joined with the freezing
air, and the wind and the mud.  and then the next day, i got on a plane at
6:00 am, flew to chicago and then off to indiana for college again, and my
first apartment, and my wonderfull swamp t-shirt, and amy's vibe, which
carried me through, again and again.

sorry for the incoherence,
shelley

"i will not be complacent" --amy ray

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