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date:         mon, 29 dec 1997 00:16:49 est
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the stories ran in the music news of the world section. one was up dec. 24.
the other dec 18 or 19....if you use the search engine at the bottom of the
main screen--the cover as it were -- it should give you a bunch of ig stories


date:    sun, 28 dec 1997 17:41:08 -0500
from:    mark anthony donajkowski <madonajk@alpha.delta.edu>
subject: addict.com

where is the girls stuff on ehre i looked and iddnt fine anyting but when
i did a search it came up with a list of web pages what section is the
interview about their new cd in?

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date:         mon, 29 dec 1997 00:44:17 -0500
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it only gave me web pages when i usedit

on mon, 29 dec 1997, lisalisaa wrote:

> the stories ran in the music news of the world section. one was up dec. 24.
> the other dec 18 or 19....if you use the search engine at the bottom of the
> main screen--the cover as it were -- it should give you a bunch of ig stories
>
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> date:    sun, 28 dec 1997 17:41:08 -0500
> from:    mark anthony donajkowski <madonajk@alpha.delta.edu>
> subject: addict.com
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> where is the girls stuff on ehre i looked and iddnt fine anyting but when
> i did a search it came up with a list of web pages what section is the
> interview about their new cd in?
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date:         mon, 29 dec 1997 00:55:30 -0500
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scratch that i got it now

on mon, 29 dec 1997, mark anthony donajkowski wrote:

> it only gave me web pages when i usedit
>
> on mon, 29 dec 1997, lisalisaa wrote:
>
> > the stories ran in the music news of the world section. one was up dec. 24.
> > the other dec 18 or 19....if you use the search engine at the bottom of the
> > main screen--the cover as it were -- it should give you a bunch of ig stories
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > date:    sun, 28 dec 1997 17:41:08 -0500
> > from:    mark anthony donajkowski <madonajk@alpha.delta.edu>
> > subject: addict.com
> >
> > where is the girls stuff on ehre i looked and iddnt fine anyting but when
> > i did a search it came up with a list of web pages what section is the
> > interview about their new cd in?
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date:         mon, 29 dec 1997 01:35:03 -0500
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hey y'all,

just popping in and delurking from home while i'm on winter break.  i love
being home with my best friends from high school- they are the only people
i know who love ig as much as i do, except y'all of course!  anyway, we got
creative in the middle of the night last night... i thought we should share
with you!  just so you know, the three of us were pigging out on mint
chocolate chip ice cream, with 5 ig cd's in the stereo on shuffle.  :)

the contract

taking the midnight train at five til two
we're traveling in the basement with spoons
amy and emily and the two-ness of you
are all i need to get to georgia from virginia

full of mint chocolate chip-ness and twitching on the floor
i didn't laugh when you ran to the stairs
it was a mother of a spider that i shooed out the door
you hailed me as a hero when i only did what a friend would do

tracks of indigo-ness on a girl's road
new car trips to the local teeter carrying loaded cameras
touch y'all who are both so beautiful, it had to hold
in the shots we took running through the aisles

the only man we have tonight is our chickenman
but who needs more in this short ride between now and the future?

we think emily would love this one, can't you just hear her singing it?  we
threw in as many "ness" endings as we could.

and now for the amy version:

summary

taking the midnight
we're traveling
amy and emily
are all i need

full of mint
i didn't laugh
it was a mother
you hailed me

on a girl's road
carrying loaded
touch so beautiful, hold
through the running

the only man
but who needs more

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thanks for reading this far!

:)
katherine

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date:         mon, 29 dec 1997 02:57:35 -0500
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hey all,

can anyone with a lot of knowledge about the seating and ticketing of this
show let me konw what the deal is with seating?  i called this morning and
got my ticket but they told me there was both reserved seating and general
admission adn when i said i just wanted teh closest thing she gave me
general admission.  but i'm sure she could very easily have misinterpreted
the computer or the venue info.  i'm just worried that i passed up the
close seats in order to battle my way to bad general admission seats.
somebody unbreak my heart quick!  anybody understand seating at the
warfield?  thanks

marivel

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date:         mon, 29 dec 1997 19:51:37 +1100
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howdy all,

well, here is how the sydney gay and lesbian mardi gra are
promoting the ig concert.....


http://www.mardigras.com.au/1998/indigo.html

cheers,

penelope

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date:         mon, 29 dec 1997 09:42:35 -0500
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>rockontv
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>greg hardison, editor


>tuesday
>dec 30, 1997
>http://www.rockontv.com/index.html?mail

k.d. lang on the view (abc) (repeat)
check local listings for time


>wednesday
>dec 31, 1997
>http://www.rockontv.com/index.html?mail

indigo girls on the view (abc) (repeat) - check local listings for time
shawn colvin on new year's rockin' eve (abc), 11:35 pm

>thursday
>jan 01, 1998
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indigo girls, sarah mclachlan, shawn colvin, sheryl crow on vh-1's "behind
the music" lilith fair special, 6:00 pm

>saturday
>jan 03, 1998
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ani difranco on "sessions at west 54th" on pbs
check local listings for time

k.d. lang in "salmonberries" on bravo, 11:00 pm


>sunday
>jan 04, 1998
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k.d. lang in "salmonberries" on bravo, 3:00 am

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date:         mon, 29 dec 1997 10:36:19 -0500
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hello kiddies

here's the soc that confused even me :-p.  of course i was laughing my ass off
during most of this, amy sounds all husky and delightful, and completely
confused in the middle of it, but she's such a badass.  she musta been
channeling patti smith.  maybe she caught a show somewhere, y'know she's
touring now and if you like stuff like the below i'm sure you'd enjoy a patti
show, but anyway, the woman was inspired that night.  phew.

??s indicate i'm guessing or making it up.  don't ask me for dubs, although i
*know* you want to hear amy say "it's the veal calf syndrome, it's not the
feminine mystique" (oh my god the way she says "mystique" is gonna melt ya).
dianne's working on the boot tree, i believe.  thanks, dianne!!!!!!!

during scooter boys:

?yeah there's out loud addresses out over my wires and i said
all so damaged and you're uninspired
by this world--sign the girls, but what have the girls got to do with it?
when you exploit all the energy
and damage all her energy
y'know it's the veal calf syndrome, it's not the feminine mystique

?her voice sputtered like a spark
y'know me and you, it's the pilgrims comin' or is it the pilgrimages due?
it's the generals in print that feed you the mass discontent

so i said it's hip to be cool
but y'know it's hip to be a tool
and it's a trend to be misled
and it's a story when you're dead
and it's hip to be cool
it's hell, isn't it?
??it's hip to be $20?? isn't it?  it's hip, it's hip check [no i don't hear
hockey references in everything, y'know, but it sure sounds like that!  maybe
it's hip, "chick"]

so i was driving out through the everglades
and i remember the rain turned the road to mud that day
i was just thinking about what it meant to be completely obsolete
but i started worrying about my skin and my fears and all the gray that's in
my hair
but y'know, i missed most of the story that my driver was telling me
he had the alligator pain inside his veins
he said, y'know the heron, he sings the song of cain
and it was just like that--and my driver slipped away
i said it was just like that--and my driver slipped away
y'know it was just like that--and my driver, my brother i mean, it was my
brother, my brother was my driver, and he slipped away, and it was my--no i
think it was my sister now and it could have been my father, i guess it was my
mother and it was driver and he was my brother and my sister and he's my
brother and my father is my driver, my brother [even she sounds confused], my
sister is my mother and my father is my sister, and my mother was my brother
and my driver slipped away, y'know, he just slipped away, y'know, it just
slips away, it just slips away....

<emily wails on the electric like some rock god of the past, crowd goes nuts>

it's dark and it's cold and it's dark and cold and i drive in the cold and me
i try to be cool....<unintelligible>
i said i couldn't hear it!!!!!!

<dead silence>
i said hey blue blood,
i said hey,
blue blood--y'know, you're nothing new
you see, i come from privilege too. haha!!!!!!!

<emily goes nuts, crowd goes crazy, it's one happy confused excited orgy of niose out there>

"thanks, y'all, emily on guitar!"

audience member: "that was........."  [mike reynolds, is that you?  y'know, i
can hear ya loud as day during ghost on this tape!  :-p]

<hammer and a nail, then emily:>
"oops, i fucked up the chords!"  hell, i would too after accompanying that.

you have to hear those last two lines to believe the scorn in her voice.
ang-ray, ang-ray, ang-ray.  anyone know if the heron part is something out of
her personal mythos, or is there actually a story about his singing the song
of cain?  i'd love to see amy publish a book of poems some time, and of course
e's destined to write a novel.  please?

i bet this whet some appetites....  for the boot, of course.  ;)

luv y'all,

h

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date:         mon, 29 dec 1997 07:53:49 pst
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people are always telling me that least complicated is about being gay,
and that is the lesson learned, but on 1200 curfews emily says it is
about an ex boyfriend.  what do you guys think?

emily

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date:         mon, 29 dec 1997 11:10:58 -0500
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not to be nitpicking (and im not gonna pull out the cd and look) but
shouldnt that be ex girlfirend not boyfreind?

on mon, 29 dec 1997, paper tiger wrote:

> people are always telling me that least complicated is about being gay,
> and that is the lesson learned, but on 1200 curfews emily says it is
> about an ex boyfriend.  what do you guys think?
>
> emily

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date:         mon, 29 dec 1997 11:22:36 -0500
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ah that would explain it thanks


on mon, 29 dec 1997, juliet wrote:

> no, its: "this is a song i wrote i was thinking about my little
> boyfriend in 6th grade, danny..."
>
> on mon, 29 dec 1997, mark anthony donajkowski wrote:
>
> > not to be nitpicking (and im not gonna pull out the cd and look) but
> > shouldnt that be ex girlfirend not boyfreind?
> >
> > on mon, 29 dec 1997, paper tiger wrote:
> >
> > > people are always telling me that least complicated is about being gay,
> > > and that is the lesson learned, but on 1200 curfews emily says it is
> > > about an ex boyfriend.  what do you guys think?
> > >
> > > emily
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in a message dated 97-12-29 11:11:58 est, madonajk@alpha.delta.edu writes:

<< not to be nitpicking (and im not gonna pull out the cd and look) but
shouldnt that be ex girlfirend not boyfreind? >>

according to what emily says right before lc on 1200 curfews the song is about
a boyfriend she had in sixth grade. she talks about how she gave him a ring
and as soon as she did so, she knew "it wasn't the cool thing to do." to me,
this song is about doing what you want as opposed to what others think is cool
and the thing that was hardest to learn (yet the least complicated) is
noncomformity and self-expression. maybe i'm reading too deep into it or
something, and i'm not good at choosing words to express exactly what i meant,
but i think you get the point.
anyone else have interpretations?
anna

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date:         mon, 29 dec 1997 11:18:15 -0500
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no, its: "this is a song i wrote i was thinking about my little
boyfriend in 6th grade, danny..."

on mon, 29 dec 1997, mark anthony donajkowski wrote:

> not to be nitpicking (and im not gonna pull out the cd and look) but
> shouldnt that be ex girlfirend not boyfreind?
>
> on mon, 29 dec 1997, paper tiger wrote:
>
> > people are always telling me that least complicated is about being gay,
> > and that is the lesson learned, but on 1200 curfews emily says it is
> > about an ex boyfriend.  what do you guys think?
> >
> > emily
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date:         mon, 29 dec 1997 11:35:13 -0500
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on mon, 29 dec 1997, annajenn wrote:

> in a message dated 97-12-29 11:11:58 est, madonajk@alpha.delta.edu writes:>
> according to what emily says right before lc on 1200 curfews the song is about
> a boyfriend she had in sixth grade. she talks about how she gave him a ring
> and as soon as she did so, she knew "it wasn't the cool thing to do." to me,
> this song is about doing what you want as opposed to what others think is cool
> and the thing that was hardest to learn (yet the least complicated) is
> noncomformity and self-expression.
i totally agree with you. its clear in "we were taught that for whatever
kind of puzzle you got, you just stick in the right formula in a
solution for everyfooooooooollllll!"
i think this song is about learning to deal with feeling, especially love,
and being true to what you feel, and being careful not to sink in
prejudices....

july

maybe i'm reading too deep into it or
> something, and i'm not good at choosing words to express exactly what i meant,
> but i think you get the point.
> anyone else have interpretations?
> anna
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i think like a lot of songs do, least complicated has a few meanings.

of course it is for emily's little boyfriend danny, but at the same time,
i definitly think that there is a lot in there about realizing that you're
gay.  i have just always thought thi, even before 1200 curfews came out.

does anyones else agree with me?

:-) karen

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date:         mon, 29 dec 1997 08:35:15 -0800
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at 11:10 am 12/29/97 -0500, emily wrote:

>> people are always telling me that least complicated is about being gay,
>> and that is the lesson learned, but on 1200 curfews emily says it is
>> about an ex boyfriend.  what do you guys think?

and it *was* an ex boyfriend mark:-)
emily says she was six ( or in grade six... i can't remember ) and this
little boy was so cute, so she spent her allowance on a ring for him at
woolworths... she said she knew as soon as she'd done it, it was a
mistake... and that was the beginning of the rest of her life:-) i think in
least complicated she *is* adressing the realization, at that age, that she
was differnt from the rest of the boy/girl coupled world. listen to those
lyrics:-) ( "girl and boy are holding hands on the street, i want to, but i
think - you just wait... there's more than just eye to eye, there's things i
could never apply..." or something close to that... it be early + i havn't
had coffee yet. lyric purists will prolly nail me:-) lol ).i especially like
the line about her consciencious objection... dodging the draft... refusing
to be caught up in the whole thing just because everyone else is doing the
girlfriend/botfriend thing + thinks she should. she's being true to
herself:-) at least, that's how the lyrics rang fer me...
hmmmmm... must have more coffee.... can't think lucid thoughts... i go now....
peace... kim
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my interpretation is that she learned her first lesson about love and
relationships (and men) from this guy. i also think that she is saying
that this was the hardest to learn because it was the first time that
she was having to face the fact that in relationships you are not always
going to have the most predictable thing happen. and since this was just
about a little boy and her giving him a ring - it was the least
complicated. i think that she is just thinking on the irony of it all
that the hardest lessons are sometimes the least messed up or
"complicated". anyway, that is how i see it. i love that song though, it
reminds me a lot of my life.

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date:         mon, 29 dec 1997 12:23:25 -0500
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basically i agree with stuff that's been said, but i'd like to add a bit
i guess.  i think the same darn things about a lot of songs, but i think
that emily is saying that while she knows that it is not her calling to
be with poor little danny (i wonder where he is now) she also feels
compelled to play along a bit.  i guess that i always think of my life
when i hear this song and extend the metaphors to apply to me, but i was
thinkin that maybe even though she knew the male thing was not for her
she was with this guy anyway, just maybe thinkin that if she gave it a
shot it'd turn out to be the right thing to do.  and obviously it wasn't,
and that was her lesson....about giving in to society vs doing what is
right for you.  i guess it was least complicated cuz she learned it under
such non-harmful circumstances....but then again, maybe i'm takin this
the wrong way.  in curve didn't amy say that she was out before emily
ever realized she was gay?  and then in the southern voice em interview
em didn't come out till she was 19, but i guess she knew before then.
whatever.  all i know is that the first time i heard lc in concert i
started crying really hard....

love,
carolyn (soon to have a new name!)  :)

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hey guys,

this is my first post after joining the list following the orpheum
concert in boston.  i have enjoyed reading all the posts and finally
feel compelled to post myself so here goes....

to me least complicated is about coming out to yourself.  we are all
socialized to be straight and for the majority of the population that is
the way to go.  i think that emily probably had many boyfriends on the
road to coming out to herself....but once she was honest with herself it
all became very simple because she was living the life that was right
for her.   "the hardest to learn (figuring out she was gay) was the
least complicated (once you figure it out everything else falls into
place).  that's how it was for me anyway.

valerie

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coming from a "straight" point of view, i must say that "the hardest to
learn was the least complicated" applies to everything in life. don't
you think??   you just stick the right pieces in, a solution for every
fool....i can't see between the lines.

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and it *was* an ex boyfriend mark:-)

no it was danny : )

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hello to all in the land of indigo!

i was out of touch for a few days and was wondering if
a boot tree had been posted for the orpheum show in
boston on 12/14.  if so, could someone please forward
me the message so i can send my branch an email.
thanks!

also, does anyone have a boot from the utica, ny show
on 11/1/97?  i would love to get a copy, since the 4 hour
drive proved to be a good choice after the excellent show.
i have many boots to offer as trades.

take care and peace!

-deb

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hello to all in the land of indigo!

this being a slow month, due to all of our student
listees being on break, i thought i would continue
on with the vein of new threads.  what song would
you like to hear ig cover in concert?

they have done an amazing job covering everything
i have ever heard, from the early days of james taylor
to their latest version of bob marley's "redemption song".
one song that i love in its origional form, but would love to
hear amy and emily cover is "landslide" by fleetwood mac.

the words are so beautiful, and the guitar parts are really
great.  i could see amy singing, in her deep voice and emily
ripping away on the solo's.  it would be a great song to hear live.

anyone else have their pics?

take care and peace!

-deb

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let's see . . .

i'd first of all like to hear some joni covers, namely both sides now,
big yellow taxi and circle game, but that doesn't leave much room for
amy, and i'm more of an amy kind of girl, so i should think of some new
ones.

how about southern girl by better than ezra?  first of all, i can see 'em
jamming on electrics, but also, wouldn't the words be more than a bit
ironic?

then, how about anna begins by counting crows?  has that funky get out
the map banjo at the beginning.

also, what about ready for the rain by foreigner???  this one i think is
the best.  forst of all, i loooooooooooove the song, and anyway, can't
you see amy starting out at the beginning all by herself on acoustic, and
the in the chorus emily, sara, and jerry coming in (emily of course
jamming on electric)?????  hmm, the more i think about it the more i like
it!! :)  i think amy'd like it.

just a few thoughts.

love,
carolyn

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great topic!  i'm new to the list and couldn't resist waying in on this
one.  a few i had in mind....the load out by jackson browne ( more of an
emily song, with the piano and all)  and turn the page by bob seger for
amy, or any seger tune would be cool, maybe trying to live my life without
you.
   oh and since i'm new here ( i've been an ig fan since 89, but finally
got my own computer)  could somebody e-mail about getting in on this whole
boot tree thing...

thanks y'all
kc1

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debigogrl wrote:

> hello to all in the land of indigo!
>
> i was out of touch for a few days and was wondering if
> a boot tree had been posted for the orpheum show in
> boston on 12/14.  if so, could someone please forward
> me the message so i can send my branch an email.
> thanks!

yes there is a tree.  i'll be announcing it any day now.  just waiting
for a couple of tapes to come in from branches.  keep your eyes peeled!

dianne

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i was confused by this too.  i have only been to the warfield once and it's a
relatively small place.  it was all general admission with an upper platform
that had tables and chairs.  i can't imagine them setting up seats for this
concert, but i guess it's not impossible.  i got my tickets right when they
went on sale and i got general admission ones too.  so i think it is all
general admission on the floor...and maybe they put seats up on the platform?
if anyone else knows more about how it might be set up...let me know!  thanks
(c:

**tricia**

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i personally would love to hear emily sing the queen and the soldier by
suzanne vega....that song always makes me cry, and i bet i'd be bawling if i
ever heard emily (i guess its not really an amy song - gotta think of
something else for her...) sing it.
                                                             ~liz~

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marival danielson <marivel@umich.edu> asked about
seating at the san francisco indigo-shows:

>can anyone with a lot of knowledge about the seating
>and ticketing of this show let me konw what the deal
>is with seating?  i called this morning and got my
>ticket but they told me there was both reserved
>seating and general admission adn when i said i
>just wanted teh closest thing she gave me general

she did the right thing if you wanted the 'closest'
seating, although you'll probably be lucky to get
*seats*.

for those who are travelling here from out of town
or are otherwise unfamiliar with the venue:

the warfield (982 market, near fifth st) is a small
venue by most people's standards (capacity 2500),
and it has two levels:  the main floor is general
admisson and has a few seats at tables placed on a
raised platform near the stage (they're on a raised
platform so the seated folks can see over the heads
of the standees in the mosh pit), but they sell more
general tickets than there are seats, so get there
early if you want to grab a seat, else you'll need
to stand (of course you'll probably want to stand
close to the stage anyway <g>).

the second level is all reserved seats in a *very*
steeply banked balcony (watch yourself if you need
to walk in the aisles while the lights are out, as
you can easily miss a step and take a tumble).  the
steep rake of the balcony allows excellent sightlines
from any seat, but even the 1st row of balcony seats
is not very close to the stage, and the back rows of
seats truly deserve to be called 'nosebleed' seats
because you are very close to the ceiling.  all seats
at the warfield offer excellent sound, and it is
considered one of the best venues in the area.

see y'all there!

chris

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in a message dated 97-12-29 14:27:04 est, debigogrl@aol.com writes:

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i would love to hear amy cover hurricane by bob dylan. i can see her really
getting into that one. plus i just love that song!
dana

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hi folks. i'm new to this list so please bare with me. on dec.1,97 i had the
pleasure of seeing the girls do a live radio broadcast (cd101big room) and
then that evening attending their concert at the palace. this was my first
time seeing them live and amy and emily....well, to put it simply, they just
kicked ass. ;o)  i'm hoping one of you has a boot of the radio show and
concert??? i could only offer you blanks in return, but this would mean so
much to me!

thank you,
riz

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i've always felt really emotional about least complicated,
since it seems to be a soundtrack for a very painful part of my
life. (like, was emily _there_ when all that insanity happened to me??)

anyway, i see it as a smack in my face for not realizing the obvious
much sooner. if i'd had just paid attention to what was going on in
that particular relationship, and had been ballsy enough to admit the
painful truth to myself, maybe i wouldn't have gotten so deeply involved,
and in the end, so deeply hurt.

when i listen to the song, i'm just kicking myself for being so blind
to the circumstances. like "you dummy, that really hard lesson about love and
life took tons of pain and buckets of tears to learn." and now, in the
realization
that it was so obvious and clear, it hurts even more.

what ever made me think i could start "clean slated" over in this relationship
that had gotten so screwed up?? why did i go back for more, when i "knew"
in my heart that the results would again be disastrous??

i guess lc truly is a soundtrack for my experience, and i should listen to it
with an open mind and a thankfulness for reminding me what i learned.
maybe i won't make that mistake again. (yeah, right!??!)

thanks for allowing my vent!
cathy

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i am pretty new here and i don't quite understand the "boot tree" concept.
could anyone please fill me in? thanks,
                                                        chelsea\\\

>   oh and since i'm new here ( i've been an ig fan since 89, but finally
>got my own computer)  could somebody e-mail about getting in on this whole
>boot tree thing...
>
>thanks y'all
>kc1
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hello everyone, hope you all had great holidays.
i'm relatively new to the list as well, and i guess i
was wondering if anyone had a copy of color me grey
that they would be willing to dub for me.  if you do, please
let me know, we can work something out.  this is something
that i would really like to hear!
i have the lyrics to the songs but have no idea what they sound like :(

hope to hear from ya!

..karla..


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                             round and back again what was once
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houdy,
i already posted this one time about 2 hours ago, but i guess it didn't
get through.  ok,  about the new years eve get together at eddie's attic
to see michelle malone,  here is the deal.  i am more than likely going
to both shows.  if you're going and would like to meet up e-mail me.  if
only a few of us from the group are going,  i can most likely get us a
table,  or  if it is going more than a few, i can save us a spot on the
bleacher like things in the back.  i am open all suggestions.  let me
know as soon as you can.

take it easy,
crickett

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oh my god. i need to hear the girls cover peter gabriel's
"in your eyes." the song already sends me to another place
when i listen. i can only *imagine* what wonderful glory the
girls could add.

keeping my fingers and toes crossed,
cathy

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-- peter gabriel

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picture...amy and emily covering ani difranco...maybe something old like fire
door or something new like gravel...

maybe i'm crazy...maybe i'm obsessed..maybe i need to be high priestess in the
church of ani..who knows...maybe i need a nap :)

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houdy,
i am so sorry that it took me so long to post this info about where to
get some ig independent stuff.  aside from getting  the ep and more,
leeves that break in my heart,  and  in with the out crowd,  i also got
shades of indigo,  and  history of us.  i even picked up a two sided
shamming of the sun poster with amy and emily on it.  wait,  speaking of
posters, have any of you recieved any of your orders from the fan club
merch. catalog?  i have yet to recieve my order that i sent off over 6
weeks ago.
oh, got a little off the subject.  now, where to ge the good stuff.  the
place is called musicdrome.  its in norcross, ga.  sorry for you guys
that are out of state,  they no longer do shipping.   when i talked to
the owner last week,  he said that he wanted to keep their stuff local.
i know, it sucks!!!!

take it easy,
crickett

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hey,
        i just thought of another cover song i would love to hear! definitly joni
mitchell (both sides now), maybe an ani song like "both hands, or in and
out.  maybe a bob dylan song like "hurricane", or a phish song like
"bouncing around the room".

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hey everybody--

was just wondering about the song falling star...has anyone heard it live
or have it booted?  or is it on any of the unreleased stuff?  and does
anyone know when it was written?
i would love to hear everyones ideas on this one.  it sounds as if emily
has just broken up with someone, while amy is still in her relationship.
"lately i've felt the warmth of the one who tore down my walls but then i
look at you and your twilight consumes it all it does.  now i wished upon
your falling star praying i won't fall that hard and that my love is all it
seems to be because i'll swear it set me free."
and it seems that amy is trying to tell emily that she will be there to
help her through whatever she is going through, which is alot of pain and
loneliness. "love falls down you know and your and your heart falls to
pieces and your soul might get lost along the way...but aren't you empty
inside aren't you"   "i shared the fall with you"
and, also, amy talks about emily's songs and how they mirror what emily is
feeling and thinking, and how they showed her love, but now they show the
past...of what emily's life was and how it has fallen apart now.  "all
these songs now they used to make you shine they are just lullabies for
your nightmares"

this is my first attempt at analysing a song, so don't be too harsh on my
interpretation(please?)  i really love the lyrics and i think it would mean
so much more if i knew the music that went along with it. sorry if this has
been done a million times over.  thanks!

lcasey

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i think i'd have to curl up and die of happiness if i heard the girls cover
"joey" by concrete blonde...its such an amy song anyways...or something by
patti smith...i could also see them doing shawn colvin's "if i were brave", or
maybe one of her earlier songs, like "shotgun down the avalanche" or
"something to believe in"...my two cents

thanks to everyone who took part in the card exchange--i was so excited to
come back from the whole holiday ordeal to find a whole stack of them waiting.

peace,
shelley

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mine would be "in the house of stone and light" i think it's a jimmy page
song???  this song has always been one of my favorites, and i'm trying to
imagine what it would sound like with amy on lead vocals............

gaaaaah.............

:o)

peace, harmony, and indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
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this may sound weird but personally, i would love to see the girls do a
cover of u2's "one". although i am far from obsessed with u2, i love this
song and it always makes me cry.  i'd love to see how the ig's would do
it.

:-) karen

ps- and yes, the ex-boyfriend *was* danny!  i just listened to 1200
curfews to be sure!

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mind you, this is just a funny lil' thought....an ig cover of polk salad
annie. am i the only one picturing amy singing lead and emily ravishing her
electric guitar through a vintage '60's amp???

"down in louisiana, were the alligators grow so mean,
lived a girl that i swear to the world,
made the alligators look tame..."

thinking it would be pretty damn cute,
~riz

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hey bethany,
        i forgot your email addy, but drop me a line at this address!
                                -heather

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i've always thought least complicated was about the struggle of realizing you
are gay. mainly because of this verse:

i just sit up in the house and resist
and not be seen until i cease to exist
a kind of conscientous objection
a kind of dodging the draft
the boy and girl are holding hands on the street
i dont want to but i think you just wait...


for anyone who has gone through that part of coming out when you are fighting
yourself, i'm sure those first four lines strike a deep chord. i know they
did for me.

i also think the song is about the general difficulties of relationships--
and how easy it is to get swept away for no good reason or a hundred great
reasons-- no matter who you are with.

the next time i fall
i'm gonna have to recall
it isn't love
it's only something new.

covers:
landslide (fleetwood mac, emily singing lead)
my girl (not sure, emily on lead)
only love can break your heart (neil young, amy on lead)
like a hurricane (neil young, amy on lead)
thunder road (bruce springsteen, amy on lead)
the weight (the band, amy and emily split the lead)

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i don't remember who got this shirt as a present but i have been deleting much
of the list mail due to lack of time the last few days.  if whoever got this
shirt could e-mail me, it would be greatly appreciated.
thanks,
carrie

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>a phish song like "bouncing around the room".

oh my, how could i have forgotten phish!?!?!?

i think a gem would be "silent in the morning" from rift,
or maybe "fast enough for you."
and one close to my heart --  "sparkle."
and amy could definitely jam on "stash" or "llama"
or "tweezer."
i say they play phish's annual new year's eve bash with them,
you know, where phish covers an an entire album.
the girls do an entire set of phish covers. and phish
can do "shaming of the sun."
i'm so there!!!

cathy

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hello-
sorry to bother, but i'm desperate for some new music.  i'm snowed in :(
does anyone please please have any info on guitar music for terri binion?
esp. "leaving this town"-  or anything off the cd of the same name.  i've
searched everywhere i know to look.  i found an article in the _people_
archives, which i will include at the end of this message. but that's
basically it.
thanks lots!
anne hill

reprinted without any permission whatsoever:

leavin' this town
terri binion
as a 38-year-old costume designer from orlando, terri binion comes from
the pop music equivalent of nowhere. but what becomes clear during "one
more number," the jaunty, accordion-driven tune that kicks off this
debut cd, is that the middle of nowhere must be filled with great songs.
how else to explain _leavin's_ array of hum-mable melodies, ear-grabbing
guitar lines and plainspoken yet insightful lyrics?

maybe by acknowledging that binion -- who has performed original songs
in local clubs for more than a decade -- is a superb songwriter. graced
with binion's warm, honey-tinged voice (imagine sheryl crow with a
drawl), tastefully understated production and a razor-sharp rhythm
section, this collection is a knockout piece of modern country-rock. her
songs explore the back roads of life, but all gallop to the beat of the
human heart. binion's first album is unique, stirring, sometimes
unforgettable. (shinola)

-- peter ames carlin

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i can just picture ellen goofing off with amy and em.  i love those girls!
(ok, amy and em more, but anyway...)  if someone figures out when (if?) any
clips of the three on the set of "ellen" doing their stuff is, it would be
stupendously wonderful if you let us all know.

by the way, the communication going on about when the girls are on tv (as well
as on the radio and in mags) is really, really helpful.  no matter how
redundant it may seem sometimes, please, everyone, keep on updating the list
with these tidbits!

zanks
~flora

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dear sir or miss,
   if possible, i would like to join your newsletter / mailing list, whatever
the case may be.  i am very interested in the indigo girls and would like to
hear more about them (their concert dates, new albums, etc.).  please let me
join, however i would only like to receive "mail" via aol, so i am not going
to include my snailmail address, etc.  thanks a lot for your time.  sincerely,
a dedicated fan, turtle1221.

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in a message dated 97-12-29 18:54:01 est, shel1018@aol.com writes:

<< i think i'd have to curl up and die of happiness if i heard the girls cover
"joey" by concrete blonde.. >>

yes!!!!!!!!!!  not to mention what they could do with little conversations or
cold side of town! shel, you've just made a friend for life by mentioning
concrete blonde.

karen sez:

<< i would love to see the girls do a
cover of u2's "one". >>

another fabulous suggestion!!

also, shelter by sarah mclachlan, trust in me from the jungle book, and my
life by iris dement.

plus all the joni songs mentioned. ;)
rick
*to read makes our speaking english good*- the tao of xander
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hi... its me, bugg..... i dont post much but i feel like blabbing a little
story to you all called "the complete and only true love i have ever known
and i broke up 2 months ago because she found this other girl but we still
are truly in love and nobody will ever understand our relationship story"
pretty catchy title, hey?
well... i dont think i am going to go into full details on our
relationship so i am just going to have it be said that there should be no
doubt in anybodys mind about what i am saying... i am not delusional or in
denial about our relationship... i think i have come to terms with our
relationship more fully than anybody on earth has been able to come to
terms with their emotions... i had this amazing little experience after we
broke up where basically, i called for spiritual help... my beliefs in a
nutshell are this... god is love... the end.. and i will call my ex sam
cuz of an entirely different long story involving a psychotic ex who
always seems to know everything... so she will remain sam to keep
anonoumous... so i loved sam fully and i dont even know if a love any
purer exists... so i am at a great level with whats going on... so
anyways... hehehehe i end up on these little tangents, you all should stop
me... i have a bad attention span... so many details so little time...(:
so sam and her new girlfriend are... guess what... they are staying at my
house for 5 days because the new girl is from out of town... interesting,
hey?  hehehe i told you it is a little saga going on here and i thought it
wou8ld be fun to share it with some people day by day...
day 1..
they arrived... i was sleeping in my crazy tripped out i shouldve been
born on a different planet not just a different era room listening to
techno music on my headphones... i was all excited and happy because, oh i
forgot to tell you about my wisdom... i asked for spiritual help to get me
through losing sam, which turned out to be simply an evolution of our
relationship, not an end... and so i asked for help from god... love...
the two are the same... my love for her and the love i have inside of me,
was my help... god... such a simple concept... im glad i have that whole
issue solved and i dont have to be struggling with spirituality like so
many people,... so anyways... i got this wisdom that was unreal... it is
almost psychic wisdom... i can take everything that is going on in my life
and understand why its happening and i can see things that i dont think
most people can see... seeing being understanding... i have such good
understanding... its like i needed to be brought away from sam for awhile
to unmask these talents of mine and be given knowledge... i am like my own
teacher.. i have been teaching myself things that i had no idea i would
ever know... giving myself understanding... its so fucking wierd!  i dont
know if anybody out there will even be reading this or if you would be
complelled enough to write back and let me know they dont think i am
crazy... cuz i am feeling like... i have something unheard of, and i know
its not... its very cool... so anyways... i was all wierd and excited and
happy for them to come and they did and we hung out and laughed
hysterically cuz i was all hysterically wound up and it was fun... i will
let you know more tomorrow cuz i havent processed any of this yet...
stay tuned (:
peace and love,
bugg

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hide-y ho everybody, i'm really truly profoundly deeply sorry for the
waste of bandwith, but i really need to get a hold of shelly miller.
shelley, if you're out there, please write me quick as you can
(privately, since i'm currently off the list)!  i need your address to
send the next tape tree tape along....

sorry y'all,
cylinda
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in a message dated 97-12-29 11:06:07 est, indigo000@hotmail.com writes:

<<  least complicated is about being gay,
and that is the lesson learned, but on 1200 curfews emily says it is
about an ex boyfriend.  what do you guys think?
  >>

good question!  like all the ig songs, i think it speaks to life in general.
when you're in that age (20's) of discovering who you are and what you stand
for, as many of our wonderful listees are now, you feel kind of alienated at
times.  like you're the one up in the window watching all the happy people
below you, but you feel all confused and conflicted.  i can imagine how hard
those years would be if you were also having to deal with being gay, as the
girls were.

i take the general life lessons approach to this wonderful song, and i believe
they're talking about something much bigger than gay or straight.  to me, what
they're saying is that the hardest thing to learn in life is so easy.  just be
who you are, learn who you are and be true to your self, and show love to
other people.  period.  i really love the imagery of this song; although i
don't have the lyrics right in front of me , i've always loved the part about
finding the right formula to make every puzzle fit.

those groovin girls, always hitting on the universal themes in this world!

glad to see the list back to its hoppin self...

bon

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in a message dated 97-12-29 18:38:06 est, poprckgrrl@aol.com writes:

<< picture...amy and emily covering ani difranco...maybe something old like
fire
door or something new like gravel...

maybe i'm crazy...maybe i'm obsessed..maybe i need to be high priestess in
the
church of ani..who knows...maybe i need a nap :) >>

i don't mean to be raining on anyones ani parade, but i just was in the mood
to step out of lurkerville (isn't winter break fun) and this was the thought
that popped into my head....
the more i listen to ani difranco, the less i seem to like the idea of anyone
covering her stuff.  the way she preforms it, timeing and inflection and
whatnot, i don't think could be captured by anyone but her.

my cover pick for the ig at the moment would be gerard mchugh's "love is a
lion" with amy on lead vocals, and emily doing those nifty guitar fills and
kick ass solo thing.

west of bishes...blessed be
shana

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hi list!
i have been unsubscribed since a trip to vermont in october, after which
my life got so hectic that i couldn't keep up with both dar and ig lists,
but here i am again (for those of you who know me already, that is; i
guess it's just "here i am" for those of you who don't!).

update to friends: i got my ma in art history in august and am working on
a phd now.  i'm also applying to the mfa program in nonfiction here at the
university of iowa for next fall.  i'm still teaching rhetoric.

ig-related discussion:
so i went to kansas city and houston for winter break; i have to say that
des moines wins some kind of award for the most ig-friendly area in the
country through which i drove.  i went through on solstice and i hit two
stations at different moments playing soy; today i got a lovely gotm just
as i entered the greater des moines metropolitan area (for you soc types,
if you can believe des moines has a gma...).  whoo hoo!  also about two
weeks ago i turned on my radio to hear mountain stage (i think) with the
ig--that was great.  anyone tape it?  i'd like to get a copy.

and finally, i went to the concert in cedar rapids after getting snowed
out of the one in ames; i think i can die happy now, or at least happy
with the ig.  they began with my favourite cover, tangled up in blue,
continued to play almost all of my fav songs, and then when amy came out
to play romeo and juliet i screamed "yes!!!!!!" (along with everyone else
there).  it was funny but since i had not been on the list, i didn't know
amy was playing it again (someone fill me in privately on the history of
this?  when did it start?  why?), so when amy came out alone and the nice
young man behind me said, "romeo and juliet!" i said, "no way, she doesn't
play that!" boy, did i feel like a geek.  oh well, it was my favourite ig
concert yet except for the first one i went to in london where joan baez
was a surprise guest (what could match that?  i'll never be 20 again
anyway, so i think that had something to do with it)...i stood almost the
whole time and just generally rocked out.  i thought vonda shepherd was
great too, and although i don't like midnight train to georgia, their
rendition of it with vonda was truly wonderful.

that's it, off to dinner.  i'm happy to be back on the list!  hope
everyone is having a wonderful holiday season, whether it's winter or
summer solstice (sherlyn?), christmas, kwanzaa, hanukkah, or just general
holiday feelings you are celebrating.  did i hear ramadan was to begin
soon?  :-)

love to everyone, especially lisa, sherlyn, and my lovely susie b if she's
still here (are you?),
suzi

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how about melissa etheridge's come to my window? sweet louisiana sound by
billy pilgrim? or anything by shawn colvin?

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remember back not too long ago somebody posted  a new song of amy's that was
very sad???  it included lyrics like "baby i woke up crying last night cause i
realized you were still gone" or something very very similar....

well, i thought i had archived those lyrics, but now i can't find them.  could
someone send them to me again please?  i'd really appreciate it.

peace, harmony and indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
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does anyone have a copy of decatur square (on video) that they would be
willing to copy for me?  i had one and my dearly beloved mother taped over it
aaaaaaaaack

anyone who can help please let me know asap!  thanks!

peace, harmony and indigo,

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how bout an old one like fee, or reba (that would be weird), or simple (i
love that song).
                        another phish addict,
                                        chelsea


at 07:33 pm 12/29/1997 -0500, you wrote:
>>a phish song like "bouncing around the room".
>
>oh my, how could i have forgotten phish!?!?!?
>
>i think a gem would be "silent in the morning" from rift,
>or maybe "fast enough for you."
>and one close to my heart --  "sparkle."
>and amy could definitely jam on "stash" or "llama"
>or "tweezer."
>i say they play phish's annual new year's eve bash with them,
>you know, where phish covers an an entire album.
>the girls do an entire set of phish covers. and phish
>can do "shaming of the sun."
>i'm so there!!!
>
>cathy
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>"i'm finding my way home from the great escape"
>-- peter gabriel
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>-- phish
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in a message dated 97-12-29 21:52:57 est, you write:

<<  reba (that would be weird) >>

yeah!  cant you hear them doing read my mind?  or the night the lights went
out in georgia!!!!!!!!!!  :o)

i cut my teeth on reba!  that would be so cool

peace, harmony and indigo,

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>"joey" by concrete blonde...its such an amy song anyways...

right on shelley.
one of my top 10 fave songs of all time.
also, whoever mentioned anna begins.....another great one.
dare i mention another counting crows song "another horsedreamer's blues"
or van morrisson's "moondance" (i'd just love to hear amy sing that one)

'night
jami
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hey guys...i thought it would be neat to have a bay area list meet, since
i'm new to the list, and to the area...i would really enjoy meeting some
more indigo fools like myself!
peace,
cindy

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well, its kind of an outdated song, but i've heard it covered before, by
a band that went to my high school, and that was cool.
i'd like to hear "eve of destruction" by barry mcquire. i think it would
be a great amy song.

love,

  carol

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well, at lilithfair in columbus, they turned "shame on you" into "brown-eyed
girl" which thrilled me to no end (since i'm the brown-eyed girl they were
talking about, had to have been! :)

that was good - i still think that their best cover is "tangled up in blue" -
they opened the second dayton show with that. i about died.

i would like to hear them try some gordon lightfoot. he's got some great,
funky, folky, canadian stuff that would go well with the girls' guitars and
voices.

i'll think some more on this one though...

kasey

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going to see sister hazel in february at a beautiful little venue. the opener is
that alana person who butchers 32 flavors.

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hi,
    on this concrete blonde note, i would love to see them do "god is a
bullet".  i could just see amy wailing on her guitar for this one.

smile,
allison

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>or van morrisson's "moondance" (i'd just love to hear amy sing that one

or maybe "into the mystic," my all-time favorite van tune!


:)
cathy

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>"brown-eyed girl" which thrilled me to no end (since i'm the brown-eyed
>girl they were
>talking about, had to have been! :)
>
you know i'll have to take some *serious* issue with that!
everyone knows that i am the infamous brown-eyed girl!!
he he! :)

but seriously, i'm way jealous that you were there to hear such a wonderful
tune belted out by those wonderful girls.

green all over,
cathy

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hey everyone, (mc and hny)-cryptic holiday greetings

i would be curious to know if any of you out in cyberland were present at
any of the shows that were used on 1200c, either the song or the monologue
and if so what was your reaction when you first heard it preserved for
eternity on 1200c.  for example, when i sat in on the recording of the
song formally known as "leaving ain't fair" i told emily that she should
call it "back together again" but she would't hear of it, imagine my
surprise when 10 years later she finally comes to her senses and takes my
advice-i forgot i was potty trained i was in such shock! ;) :) ;)
no seriously, i would love to hear y'alls experiences.  i am also totally
in favor of discussing "falling star", i think it is one of the saddest,
most emotionally powerful songs amy has ever written-i'll try to think up
a coherent analysis, but please people share your thoughts.

diana
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concrete blonde! gotta love em....went into this used c.d./tape place in
my little town and found the "bloodletting" cassette for a freakin'
dollar.....it's one of the best purchases of all time....
i'd like to hear amy and emily cover "caroline..."  that song makes my
heart hurt.... :)

-bethany ;)

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oops, i knew i would miss a couple of covers that i woudl like to hear them
do.

any mary chapin-carpenter song would light my board. i know they sang on "come
on, come on", the three of them are so alike that they could swap a few covers
and make me happy.

kasey

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does anyone know anything about austin city limits? the rock on tv site
mentioned the girls would be on jan 30th? i hope this is true.
                        chelsea

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hey everyone,
        for everyone in atlanta, i was wondering about the michelle malone concert
on new yrs.  the newspaper said there are 2 shows,  can someone tell me
about this. also is anyone going to see dar williams on the 7th (i'll have
to tape the girls on ellen)? does anyone know if the varietyplahouse is an
all ages place (i'm under 18).      thanks,
                        chelsea

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in a message dated 97-12-29 23:19:15 est, rhcp@alpha.wcoil.com writes:

<< concrete blonde! gotta love em... >>

i know it's evil of me to post this since it's basically nigc, and i promise
to give myself the 40 lashes as soon as i sign off, but i'm totally psyched
that there are so many cb fans on the list. :-)
rick

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o.k... im finally going to make my contribution to the list... since we
are talking concrete blond, i propose joey... yes or no?

anne

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a friend just called me to say that ig will appear at the hard rock on
2/3.  any confirmations?


melissa

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what about jimmy buffet's "margaritaville"...just something light!  or maybe
phish's "if i could" or "fast enough for you"....or (i promise this one is the
last!) sheryl crow's "if it makes you happy" or "everyday is a winding road"?
i think these are fun!

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i too would be interested in a bay area list meet.  i'm going to both of the
shows at the warfield (as of tonight, there are still floor level gen.
admission tickets available)--i'm sure we could arrange something to meet at
the shows, if that's what you were thinking of.

peace,
shelley

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anyone know of any shows coming up in the nyc area?
        ~panda!

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i didn't see it on the rock on tv website but maybe.  what's hard rock


>a friend just called me to say that ig will appear at the hard rock on
>2/3.  any confirmations?
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>melissa
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i'd really love to hear emily do a cover of jim croce's (rob can you
hear me?! <----sung like rosie o.) "photographs and memories...." or
maybe s & g's "april, come she will.."  those just seem like "emily
songs..."

-bethany ;)

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concret blonde rocks!  i would love to hear amy sing joey, b/c she has
that all consuming sultry deep voice that would make that song rock...also
i was thinking of some other songs that would be cool covers:
landslide by fleetwood mac--a good song for emily
sara by fleetwood--amy song
no woman no cry by bob marley--amy

any of these would be the jam!!  maybe someday we will get to see "joey"
if the girls catch wind of our zealous desire!

"i have stood here before inside the pouring rain with the world turning
circles running 'round my brain...i guess i'm always hoping that you'll
end this reign..but it's my destiny to be the king of pain.." --the police

on mon, 29 dec 1997, bethany wrote:

> concrete blonde! gotta love em....went into this used c.d./tape place in
> my little town and found the "bloodletting" cassette for a freakin'
> dollar.....it's one of the best purchases of all time....
> i'd like to hear amy and emily cover "caroline..."  that song makes my
> heart hurt.... :)
>
> -bethany ;)
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hi all
thanks to all of you who responded to my plea for color me grey,
i think i got hooked up, so no one else needs to offer.
anyway, tigger, "in the house of stone and light" is martin page, not jimmy.
-good song, though.

and i would like to hear the girls do the rainbow connection, amy on banjo.
actually, i would also like to hear them do    give to live  by van halen.
just a thought.

..karla..

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ig covers???
oh yes, please!!! with pillow shams and curtains, and even wallpaper to
match!!!!... me, me, me... i want some!!!
errr... uh... have i missed the boat again?? this *is* what we're talkin'
about, right???
luv n stuff... kim:-)
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hey all!

well i just wanted to let all of the people waiting on boots or photos
from me, that i'm mailing out about a billion (okay more like 2 dozen)
packages today so be on the lookout in a few days.  oh and those of you
receiving reprints of my photos, please don't mind the odd evelopes.  i
decided to recycle all the old greeting card evelopes i've every been
given so they will all have my name on the front.  it's not a vanity
thing.  just saving a few trees.  okay that's it.  take care all...

marivel

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someone mentioned them doing some gorden lightfoot how abotu the wreck of
the edmond fitzgerald or maybe have them do some harry chapin

on tue, 30 dec 1997, bethany wrote:

> i'd really love to hear emily do a cover of jim croce's (rob can you
> hear me?! <----sung like rosie o.) "photographs and memories...." or
> maybe s & g's "april, come she will.."  those just seem like "emily
> songs..."
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> -bethany ;)
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hey all of you who are not on college break!

i was in the mood for the soundtrack from the big chill, so i popped it
into the cd player while i read my mail.  i couldn't help but think that
some of these songs would be not too bad if covered by amy and emily (in
fact, some would be damn good):

i heard it through the grapevine/marvin gaye (sorry, but i don't know if
this one would work--all i can think of is dancing raisins)

my girl/the temptations (yeah, emily could do this one--"i've got a
sweeter song than the birds in the trees.....i've got sunshine on a
cloudy day")

good lovin'/the rascals (a new sing along?  "yeah! yeah! yeah! yeah!
yeah!")

the tracks of my tears/smoky robinson & the miracles (might work--amy,
emily, or both???)

joy to the world/three dog night (amy on this one definitely--"joy to the
world, all the boys and girls.....make sweet love to you.....you know i
love the ladies, i love to have my fun.....joy to the fishes in the deep
blue sea, joy to you and me")

ain't too proud to beg/the temptations (i like this one, but i don't know
if i can see either one of the girls singing "if i have to sleep on your
doorstep all night and day, just to keep you from walking away...let your
friends laugh, even this i can stand--'cause i want to keep you any way i
can")

(you make me feel like a) natural woman/aretha franklin (no doubt about
it--i would love to hear amy do a solo on this one)

i second that emotion/smokey robinson & the miracles (i don't know--i can
see emily having fun with this one)

a whiter shade of pale/procal harum (what do you think? amy?)

tell him/the exciters (i can't really see either one doing this one--even
after changing the pronoun..."tell her that you're never gonna leave her,
tell her that you're always gonna love her--tell her, tell her, tell her,
tell her right now")

any thoughts on more covers from motown?

angela (who is enjoying her christmas break from the little critters just
as much as the little critters are enjoying their break from teachers!)
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does anyone have any tickets they would like to sell me for either of the
seattle shows?  preferably..i would go for 2.  that would be much appreciated.
the last time i saw them was 2 and a half years ago in california.  please e-
mail me privately if you have any tickets or you know someone who does.
thanks.

dawn rene' cozzolino

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in a message dated 97-12-29 20:28:58 est, knave4@aol.com writes:

<< i don't mean to be raining on anyones ani parade, but i just was in the
mood
to step out of lurkerville (isn't winter break fun) and this was the thought
that popped into my head....
the more i listen to ani difranco, the less i seem to like the idea of anyone
covering her stuff.  the way she preforms it, timeing and inflection and
whatnot, i don't think could be captured by anyone but her.
  >>


hey all...
just happened to be listening to music (hey when aren't we) and heard a cover
of 32 flavors by alana davis off of the album blame it on me...it's alright
but does not compare to ani...
jen

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>-----original message-----
>from:  jenkins, stella [smtp:stjenkins@shl.com]
>sent:  monday, december 29, 1997 10:43 am
>subject:       least complicated
>
>>my interpretation is that she learned her first lesson about love and
>>relationships (and men) from this guy.
>
>
>okay, how and what did she learn about "men" from an experience with a boy in
>grade school? i mean this is like saying that i learned about women from
>ladonna, who in 7th grade turned me down for a date (and laughed at me for
>asking, btw). sorry, don't mean to flame you, but i had a somewhat defensive
>reaction to your statement. no one can learn about a particular gender or
>race or religion or culture from a single instance with one individual.
>again, i apologize if you take this as a flame, i do not mean it that way. i
>just felt the need to respond.
>
>anyhow, i have always taken the line "what makes me think i could start clean
>slated, the hardest to learn was the least complicated" as being a statement
>saying what ever decisions and/or actions we take in life, they are always in
>part influenced by our experiences from the past. if we get burned in a
>relationship, then this is going to affect how we interact with relationship
>partners in the future. to a point i also think this song may be about coming
>out. about struggling with trying to be something your not. trying to fit in
>to the "straight" world when you know it ain't right for you. then finally
>realizing that who you are is who you are and it is best to be honest about
>it (at least to yourself). of course this can be a mighty internal struggle.
>but in the end it's like popeye said "i am what i am".
>
>i also love the opening line in this song. great imagery. although for some
>reason when emily sings "i sit two stories above the street....." i always
>picture her sitting up in bed, her  lover asleep by her side, in an apartment
>on the second floor of a brick building that has a laundry downstairs. it's
>cold, a bit of snow on the ground, and emily is watching children unload from
>the school bus out on the street. pen in hand she writes this song. i don't
>know why i picture this, but i do.
>
>well, that's my $.03 worth.
>
>peace,
>
>danny "who once was someone's little boyfriend, but never got a ring :-( "
>perkins
>austin, texas
>
>"when all the knives seem to lacerate your brain, i've had my share now i'll
>help you with the pain, you're not alone!"
>
>     -david bowie

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the one song (besides one of mine) that i would like to hear ig cover
would be rem's "everybody hurts", and actually i would just like to hear
amy do it solo. of course, i would be a complete basket case by the end
of the song (since it already makes me cry every damned time i hear it).

others that might be good "windfall" by son volt, " life on mars" by
david bowie, "paradise" by john prine, "picasso's last words" by paul
mccartney, "carey" "california" and/or  "circle game" by joni mitchell,
"when i was a boy" by dar williams, "danny's all star joint" ricki lee
jones and "vincent" by don mcclean.

peace,

dan perkins
austin, texas

"and i have lost some kindness, but i was a girl too.."
                       dar williams

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greetings all--

i may be a bit belated on this thread, but i just got back into the office
today after a wonderful, relaxing week off and i have about 500 e-mail
messages to get through!  ugh.

you may recall my story awhile back about meeting emily after the chicago show
(hi sue and melissa from chandra and pam!)  anyhooooo, my friend chandra gave
me an awesome coffee mug for christmas (ya, i am a major drinker!) and right
there on the mug is our cool pic of chandra, pam and emily :)  and get
this....there is a quote just below the pic that says "hey kind friend".  wow.
truly a special gift.

pam

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barbara l. basaj wrote:
>anybody know if there's a folk tale or legend about a chickenman, or did amy
just make him up?

the whole story of chickenman, as told by amy, is in the faq.

=-=-=-=

laura b johnson <lj17@juno.com> wrote:
>        i just got my mom the new barbara streisand cd for christmas, and
>i was looking at the songs listed on the back and saw water is wide.
>anyone know whats goin on?  anyone heard it?

wiw is a traditional song, there are hundreds of versions of it (i own two:
indigo girls and michelle shocked).  go to cdnow <http://cdnow.com> and search
for the song title "water is wide" to see several cds with that song on it.

=-=-=-=

leslie robertson <lirobertson@webtv.net> wrote:
>i came across three awsome cd's
>the ep and more   early recordings volume 1.
>levees that break in my heart early recordings volume 2
>in with the out crowd
>is there any of you who have these already or have
>heard of them.

the first two were bootlegs sold at rainy day records, pretty rare these days.
the latter is a fairly common bootleg.

>one more thing,  i had the supplier hold shades of indigo,  and the
>indigo girls live with the allmon brothers.  what do ya'll think about
>those?

those are both excellent, and the latter is rare and can be expensive if it's
an original.

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karen frey <karenfrey@redrose.net> wrote:
>anyway, it says it was taped at the uptown in georgia and if i'm not
>mistaken, i think its a cd of uptown lounge.

it is, and as such it is more of a pirated cd than a bootleg cd.  as tempting
as it is, i've steered clear of that because it crosses the line for me.

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kandj224 wrote:
>i am trying to find the indigo girls video they put out a while back.  the
>onewhere they are being interviewed and they play some videos.  any help
>out there?

there are 2: "live at the uptown lounge" and "watershed".  you can buy both
from wolfe video at
<http://www.gayweb.com/wolfevideo/catmusc.html>.

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fauna88 <fauna88@aol.com> wrote:
>who here has actually met amy and/or emily before?

click on the backstage pass on my ig index
<http://www.mindspring.com/~indigo/indigo.html> for my story.

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here's more info on the copyright bill (note: not law yet) from the cnn/time
allpolitics site <http://allpolitics.com/1997/12/17/copyright/>.

please note that removing the link to your boot list is not sufficient.
unless you take it completely offline, or put code in your list to prevent web
spiders from finding it, you're still at risk.  i don't think you'd get more
than a notice to take it down, but if you're concerned, just removing the link
is not going to cut it, they'll still spot it in a web search engine.

>tough new copyright law covers the net
>
>clinton signs a measure calling for prison terms, fines even when no
>profit was made
>
>washington (allpolitics, dec. 17) -- watch out! your bootleg counting
>crows web site could land you in jail.
>
>president bill clinton today signed into law a bill that extends
>criminal punishment to those who violate the copyrights of others, even
>when they do not profit from the violation.
>
>first offenders could be on the hook for up to three years in prison and
>$250,000 in fines.
>
>software and entertainment industry leaders pushed for the law, claiming
>huge annual losses from internet piracy. but scientists and other
>academics opposed it, worrying that inadvertent violations in such
>things as scientific journals could be criminalized.
>
>sponsored by rep. robert w. goodlatte (r-va.), the measure outlaws
>willfully infringing a copyright for "commercial advantage or private
>financial gain," and electronically distributing more than one copy
>within 180 days of one or more copyrighted works (such as computer
>programs or digital music files) that have a total retail value of more
>than $1,000.
>
>the big difference from existing law is that the definition of
>"financial gain" now includes the value of the copyrighted work itself.
>
>the bill contains a sliding scale of penalties, depending on the retail
>value of the copyrighted work.
>
>for first offenses involving more than $1,000 in copyrighted goods but
>less than $2,500, top penalties are a year in prison and a $100,000
>fine. first offenses involving more than $2,500 in goods can be punished
>by up to three years in prison and $250,000 in fines.
>
>second offenses can be punished by up to six years in prison.
>
>the measure also extends the statute of limitations on violations from
>three years to five years.
>
>the bill contains a protection for those who might accidentally infringe
>the copyright of others: the mere fact that something was copied is not
>sufficient to prove that the copyright was willfully violated.

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hi there,
is there a location that specialises in ig recordings , particularly early
recordings of theirs? i am interested in material they have tried and not
released including covers. if anyone has old recordings or doubles...do
you want to swap??

4arm6

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dear robert:

> i didn't see it on the rock on tv website but maybe.  what's hard rock

"hard rock" is the hard rock hotel here in vegas.  their concert venue,
the joint, hosted an honor show this past september.

the ig feb 3 date is on the hard rock web site.  i'm going to call the
hotel today to find out more info.

melissa

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yes, something by simon and garfunkle would be so so so awesome!  maybe
"the boxer" or "ceclia"!!

and how could i forget, "the ocean" by dar williams!  that would be cool
also.

and i'd like to hear more joni mitchell covers since i like "river" so
much.  i guess (at lilith) they semi covered "big yellow taxi", but that
would be cool to hear again on a recording, or how about "california"?

finally it would be cool to see what they could do with sarah mclachlan's
"hold on".  i loooooooooove that song, and i wonder how amy and emily
would do it.

peacem love, :-), and ig,

karen :-)

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on sun, 28 dec 1997 13:05:26 -0500 indigo girls rule
<klrosenb@wittenberg.edu> writes:

>i guess it's all good, i mean those
>annoying people who love the ig's because and only (key word there,
>only) because of "shame on you" would hop on the bandwagon even more...


that would be my sister.  at least she's listening to them now.  this
means that on car trips, i can take indigo girls and she doesn't go
spastic or listen to her headphones with the volume to the extreem.  and,
she's also gotten into ani difranco, but we don't play much ani in the
car 'cause my dad would go nuts if he heard some of the lyrics....

:)
anna

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greetings to all in the land of indigo!

i was going through my bootleg collection today
and realized that i am out of the 20 ig shows i
have seen, i am only missing one bootleg from
those concerts.  if anyone has a boot of the
ig stratton mountain, stratton,vt 7/3/94 show,
please email me!  i would love to complete the
collection.  thanks a lot!

take care and peace!

-deb

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hmm...how about tuesday morning by the pogues? or my all time favorite
joan baez song, diamonds and rust?

oh yeah, if anybody tries to e-mail me between tomorrow and...i guess
sometime next week, it'll be sitting in my inbox waiting for me to read
it when i get back. i'm taking the bus down to binghamton tomorrow,
cause
my gf is back from france (yay!) we also have a staff reunion for the
girl scout camp i worked at last summer, which means lots o' igc even if
i'm not on the list...
have a good week everybody, and play nice!
sarah
spinsker@goucher.edu

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i'd like to second this request...i am very interested in a copy of
decatur square too.  please respond privately.

thanks!
amy

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i would love to hear the girls sing:

american pie, you got a friend, fee, anything by concrete blonde!!,
mystic (whoever wrote about that one - i thought the very same thing
when this topic came up), i'm looking through you -beatles.

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this is so cool cuz i just got a message about amy & emily covering
"landslide.." you know, how cool that would be....when i saw them at red
rocks (like a lot of the rest of you, i'm sure!) on july 18, 1997 they
*did* "landslide" and it was beeeeeooooooteeeeful! ;)  actually....if i
remember correctly, just amy sang...i don't remember hearing emily's
voice...i dunno...maybe i'm wrong...emily might have as well..it's a
little blurry...i was probably busy tending to my nosebleed or
something..(our seats sucked!) ah well, i shouldn't complain because i
was there, and for that i'm glad......
anyway, it was great.

-bethany ;)

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thanks to everyone who offered me lyrics and decaturs.  i got them both in
plenty now!  you guys are the best!!!!!!!! :o)

peace, harmony, and indigo,

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hi y'all,
this is a bit belated, but here's an article i wanted to pass along. it's
just a bit better than the other review i posted from the bloomington
show. :-) also has a bit of info about how daemon operates -- i didn't
realize it was run on a co-op basis with the artists, which i think is
extremely cool.
enjoy...

----------

from the bloomington voice (a weekly "alternative" paper), dec. 11-18,
1997. reprinted w/o permission.

music review:
indigo girls rock
pointing fingers in both directions
(by danielle mcclelland)

[first paragraph is in italics]
"shame on you," the river says. "shame on you," say people in the park, hidden
to white eyes by their color. "shame on you," say immigrants searching for
a home. shame, says religion. shame, say some friends and lovers. it seems
that even the sun shining on the water accuses and questions.

throughout the lyrics to "shame on you," the indigo girls' recent hit
single, amy ray is listening, but she is far from tortured by this sense
of responsibility. speaking last week from louisville, her deep voice
reveals her understanding, but is inflected with gentle challenge. "it's
so overwhelming. to think about everything that you buy and every time you
turn on your lights and everything that you do affects something else,"
comforts ray. "no one can be that pure. you can't be so stoic and
everything. you can't, but you can do the best you can. all we're asking
people to do is to have a dialogue. we're not saying everybody's got to
change their ways immediately this minute or they're all doomed. we're
saying the first step is a dialogue, for people to talk about what's going
on and open up to the possibility of change."

together with emily saliers, she is driven by the political issues and
personal questions that are present in the songs from their 1997 release,
_shaming of the sun_, but determined not to let shame win out.

the title is derived from a native american legend where the sun is both a
lover and a bully, fighting to reclaim territory from the darkness. it is
an apt metaphor in many ways. the indigo girls have chosen carefully in
the eight years of fame since "closer to fine" hit the billboard 100. the
push and pull inherent in their relationship with each other combines in
an effort directed with precise resistance to the same darkness. sometimes
they are fighting on a strictly political level as this past fall when
they met the epa director carol bronner agitating for the full clean-up of
a superfund site, or organizing their month-long honor the earth tours to
raise money for native american environmental and cultural concerns. but
their battles are just as often smaller, familiar struggles like trying to
remain true to yourself while still putting bread on the table. their
actions, too, are often, small, but profoundly meaningful.

ray is clear where her commitment lies. "i've always felt the connections
between things and i've always felt strongly about community efforts," she
says. "i think that's the basis for everything to me, trying to make
everything kind of grassroots and organize things from the bottom up."

ray, particularly, has become more vocal about her desire for independence
from the corporate structure as confidence in her own non-profit label,
founded in 1991, has grown. devoted to it whether or not it loses money,
she sees it as way to remain close to the dream with which she agreed to
sign with epic. "i was like god, though, i really want to be independent
too. is there a way to get both? i knew as soon as we got signed that i
was gonna start a label."

six years later and many lessons learned, ray is just now beginning to see
the impact of an opportunity like daemon records on bands such as band de
soleil, belloluna, ellen james society, big fish ensemble and chris
verene. watching artists she has worked with move on, ray sees the results
of daemon's magic. "a lot of people don't have that experience, when they
do get signed to a major label or a larger independent, it's hard for them
to hold on to their own sense of self and to stand tall for anything they
believe in because they don't have any confidence in their knowledge. this
gives people confidence."

daemon works, not just because it small venture [sic], "i think you can
work within the perimeters of capitalism and be responsible," says ray,
but because the structure of the organization is based on a model of
self-sufficiency. artists who are signed are paid a certain amount of
money for their contract, and make all their own marketing and producing
decisions. when their record comes out, they are then required to give
back a certain number of hours to their own or someone else's project.
it's that grassroots again.

there's a point to the grassroots. politicians have known it since the
beginning of politics. grassroots organizing is about political
connection, and the indigo girls' audience may be very different now than
it was 10 years ago, but that connection is as strong as ever.

tuesday night must have been rather restful for the girls, as the audience
belted out song after song to an enthusiastic saliers. more than willing
to simply drop the guitars in favor of a fireside-sing-along feel, "y'all
ready to do some singing?" was her smiling challenge from the stage.
leaping and harmonizing (pretty well, for the most part), the young, only
barely female-dominated crowd was less than interested in opening band
mrs. fun, and even faded slightly during the pumped-up electric guitar
riffs of their newest songs, but had enthusiasm to spare for favorites
"shame on you," "get out the map," "land of canaan," and "tried to be
true." an extended "scooter boys" that included a spoken word solo by amy
ray rocked through any ambivalence and brought them to their feet for even
this experimental sound. the theme of ray's poetry? they, the ones next to
me, they are my brothers, my family, watch them, hold them, before they
slip away.

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hello again to all in the land of indigo!

i was just made aware that amy and emily
did in fact cover "landslide" by fleetwood mac,
at red rocks in colorado on 7/18/97.

if someone has a boot of this show i would love
to trade for a copy of it!  please!!!!

this was my pick for a song i would love them to
cover, and had no idea that they actually did!

take care and peace!

-deb

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i was driving to the movies last nite (yay 007!)  and i heard don
henley's "all she wants to do is dance" so i decided it would be great to
hear amy do this one  hehehe.


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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sorry to burst your bubble, but they didn't 'cover' landslide at red
rocks.  emily sang a few lines in the middle of chickenman, that's it.

it was still pretty cool.  the audience didn't miss a beat and sang the
lines right along with her.  but it wasn't the whole song.

-g.

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how about cream, sunshine of your love, wow, couldn't they just rock on
that one, good lyrics for amy as well!!!

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in a message dated 97-12-29 19:12:21 est, karen writes:

<< this may sound weird but personally, i would love to see the girls do a
cover of u2's "one". although i am far from obsessed with u2, i love this
song and it always makes me cry.  i'd love to see how the ig's would do
it.
>>
how bout "i still haven't found what i'm looking for" by u2.  i've always
thought that amy would just kill on that song.  and my other personal fantasy
is van morrison's "tupelo honey."  can't you just hear amy wailin away on
"she's as sweeet as tupelo honey...."

pam

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angela c lindahl wrote:

> a whiter shade of pale/procal harum (what do you think? amy?)

oh yeah.  that gave me chills.  and i second that emotion <g> for "anna begins" by counting
crows.  my absolute fave by them!

here's my .02.  how 'bout "love struck baby" or pride and joy" by stevie ray vaughn, or
"hard to handle" by otis redding?

dianne

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debigogrl <debigogrl@aol.com> wrote:
>i was just made aware that amy and emily
>did in fact cover "landslide" by fleetwood mac,
>at red rocks in colorado on 7/18/97.

i don't know what show bethany is thinking of, but i was at both red rocks
shows this summer and i'm sure that they didn't play "landslide".  here is the
set list someone else posted for that show:

1. mystery
2. three hits
3. get out the map
4. don't give that girls a gun
5. caramia
6. power of two
7. shame on you
8. least complicated
9. scooter boys
10. leeds/redemption song
11. thin line
12. ghost
13. shed your skin
14. it's alright
15. chickenman w/ landslide
16. galileo

encore:
1. everything in it's own time
2. bury my heart at wounded knee
3. closer to fine

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hi... i am new to the list and was wondering where i could get in on the boot
tree... been a fan for a long time, but just found the sites, also any info
about upstate ny performances would be extremely welcome!!  thanks......

              leslie

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i saw a copy of a vonda shepard cd for cheap at the used cd shop.  anyone want
to send me a review privately before i buy it?
molly o+

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okay, i'll admit i've been pretty negligent about reading my mail the past few
days but now i get to do a bunch of "i agrees!!" and add a couple of my own.
first of all, i would like to add my name to the long list of those who would
like to see amy singing joey!!
second, karen, i can't believe you said "cecilia" because that was going to be
one of the original ones i was going to put down. i swear it, ask aislynn! i
also said they would sound great doing "sounds of silence" together.
third -- someone mentioned counting crows, and while "anna begins" is a great
song, i think i would rather hear them do "einstein on the beach."
fourth --  i think i would like to hear amy singing "while my guitar gently
weeps" by the beatles.
next (that would be fifth for those who are counting),  we know amy was a jeff
buckley fan so how about a cover of "grace" in his memory?  that or "lover,
you should have come over."
and lastly, i know this is like a big overplayed song of the 90's but i love
runaway train by soul asylum and i think it sounds like an amy-type song.
hmm, there was another one i was going to say, but i guess that's all.

oh, and if it was up to me i would have to say no more neil young, please.

molly o+

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okay, now how about a new thread -- dream ig tv appearance!!!  it's too late
for them to appear on the greatest television of all time (that would be
laverne and shirley for you uncultured ones out there), but how about on a
reunion show? of course they'd have to get the midwestern accent right, but
they could play former classmates and perform some fifties song like earth
angel or something.  and they could wear poodle skirts and wigs like l&s wore
in the flashback episode that showed them getting their first apartment.  too
bad it's too late to actually cast them as l&s...  ever notice the
resemblences?

molly o+
(my last post of the day, i swear!!)

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hey all...

i know some of this information has already shown up on the list, but i was
just at the epic site, and i didn't think this whole thing was posted
(sorry if it has and i'm wasting space!).

happy new year!
cheryl thiede

from the main webpage:

                   the indigo girls have taped an appearance
                     on the ellen show. the episode is titled
                   "womyn fest" --a spoof on lilith fair. ellen,
                   paige and audrey (characters on the show)
                    rent a camper and go to the womyn fest
                   concert. indigo girls and sarah mclachlan
                   are performers at the festival (separately).
                      indigos perform a minute and 1/2 of
                   "shame on you" and are mentioned in the
                                 dialogue.

                    ellen degeneres is a big indigo fan and
                     treated amy and emily wonderfully. at
                   ellen's request, the girls sang 2 songs with
                     her (closer to fine and ghost) during
                     downtime on the set. kabc (local la
                   news), e! tv and cnn were on the set and
                   got footage of ellen and the girls singing as
                        well as one-on-one interviews.

                    this episode will air january 7th. check
                    local listings for time and channel details.

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i'm interestd in compiling a collection of some early tapes, possibly amy's
solo recording or even earlier concerts... anyone interested in trading with
me in the northeast... i could only offer blanks for now, though, mail me
privately.  also, does anyone know a chain media store where i could pick up
watershed?  or even something in upstate ny?  thanks for putting up with this
rambling...

happy new year,
leslie

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hey, i was wondering if anyone happened to have a boot of the concert at
lehigh on oct 22 cuz i was there and would like one.  oh yeah, i'm jill,
but i'm at carolyn's house so if you should happen to have the boot in
question, email me at hsoows@hotmail.com. thank you muchly...

and i think that ig could cover whistling in the dark by they might be
giants quite nicely (carolyn agrees).  think of the harmonies they could
make (carolyn's shivering just thinking about amy singing :) )

ok, ok, jill is getting a little out of hand here just cuz all day i was
proclaiming my love for amy while we were watching the videos.  she's
just jealous!! :)   (btw, this is carolyn speaking)

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what's the hard rock? are you being serious? i'm assuming if the girls are
playing in vegas at the hard rock they are playing at "the joint" inside the
hard rock hotel/casino...lot's of people play there...fiona, phish etc.

if anybody goes to that show, do me a favor and on your way through the casino
to the venue....put 50 on black.... :)

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in a message dated 97-12-30 09:18:46 est, dan@tcdrs.org writes:

<< "i sit two stories above the street....." i always
>picture her sitting up in bed, her  lover asleep by her side, in an
apartment
>on the second floor of a brick building that has a laundry downstairs. >>

hey y'all , did anybody else take that "it's awful quiet now since love fell
asleep" line to be about the author's feelling that she can't experience love,
i.e. her ability to love fell asleep?  just curious...

bonn

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i was hoping some kind friend could tape this show for me - it's real
audio and it has ani doing stuff as well as bruce coburn i guess
doingacoustic stuff as well. it's at
http://www.mlive.com/cafe/index.html

i'm away from my own pc so i haven't read anything from the list for a
week and was hoping someone either could tape this or email me if they
already have it.

i'm gettinfg michelle malone's set at portland pride as well as the
sessions ani/tricky show that is airing this week. i should be back at
my computer 1/7/98..no flame wars on the big ig list, okay?

baigls - ani @ unh 4/3/98 - wittemore arena - confirmed - yeah!

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ok, this is kind of a weird story but hey, y'all will understand the obsession
with finding songs for the girls to sing, i am sure.

ok, my best friend and i were driving to lilith this summer (deer creek,
indiana) and van morrison comes on the radio singing brown-eyed girl, which
happens to be one of my favorite songs.  so, being as obsessed as i am, i
immediately produced a mental picture of amy singing it (to me, of course) and
it sounded awesome.
  well i had never heard of them doing this before so i couldn't have just
associated it with a different occasion or somehow expected them to do it
but........
we get to lilith and guess what.  they did brown-eyed girl.  i looked over at
my best friend and to say the least, we were both a little freaked out that i
managed to predict it.
so that's my cover story.

but i'd love to hear them do some hall-n-oats.
that would be awesome.
ok night all,
carrie

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dear everyone:

i'm writing from an out of date mailbox, so direct any queries to (if
any) me at mgordon@lvdi.net

anyhoo, vegas tickets will go on sale at noon (pst) for the 2/3 ig
show at the hard rock in vegas.

phone # for the box office is.... 702/693-5066.

i'm told that it's a ga only show.


melissa
mgordon@lvdi.net

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hey all...
i have been pondering the cover question for awhile now and i have decided
that i would like to see amy and emily do some carole king or john
denver....they should also cover more james taylor or "we shall be free" by
garth brooks...i think that amy and emily should give us all a demo of our
covers list and then we could vote :)

indigo love-
jen

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everything indigo

travel this journey of indigo
as worn souls reminisce of the ghost of the past
the fugitive harbored so deeply, praying that it's alright
the essence of a love born through song
sitting there on the watershed, our lives were least complicated
the gentle breezes of the southland in the springtime
how many nights of shooting stars did i wish that you would let it be me
caramia sweet caramia, oh such a mystery
hoping so intently that love will come through the power of two
you and me of the 10,000 wars, we fell in love
intense the blaze of this strange fire, we held tightly to life's blood
this crazy game we played believing that neither of us would walk away
what made us fall so hard i don't wanna know
the history of us, how we tried so hard to be true
yet somehow the needle was pushed to far, no longer did you welcome me
over time you shed your skin, but to make it easier
fearing being left a fool, you left it up to me
for a brief moment i thought you were joking, how could it be
the keeper of my heart transformed into the prince of darkness
you burned all the letters, caused our worlds to fall,
feeling the pain of blood and fire
there i stood the girl with the weight of the world in my hands
i wanted to scream so loudly cut it out, just cut it out
shame on you for deceiving my heart,
yet the comfort of kind friends helped me to
realize that everything happens in its own time
the joy of love's recovery admist kid fears
in order to save myself i had to bid you
fare thee well my love


indigopoet
december 29, 1997

everything indigo

travel this journey of indigo
as worn souls reminisce of the ghost of the past
the fugitive harbored so deeply, praying that it's alright
the essence of a love born through song
sitting there on the watershed, our lives were least complicated
the gentle breezes of the southland in the springtime
how many nights of shooting stars did i wish that you would let it be me
caramia sweet caramia, oh such a mystery
hoping so intently that love will come through the power of two
you and me of the 10,000 wars, we fell in love
intense the blaze of this strange fire, we held tightly to life's blood
this crazy game we played believing that neither of us would walk away
what made us fall so hard i don't wanna know
the history of us, how we tried so hard to be true
yet somehow the needle was pushed to far, no longer did you welcome me
over time you shed your skin, but to make it easier
fearing being left a fool, you left it up to me
for a brief moment i thought you were joking, how could it be
the keeper of my heart transformed into the prince of darkness
you burned all the letters, caused our worlds to fall,
feeling the pain of blood and fire
there i stood the girl with the weight of the world in my hands
i wanted to scream so loudly cut it out, just cut it out
shame on you for deceiving my heart,
yet the comfort of kind friends helped me to
realize that everything happens in its own time
the joy of love's recovery admist kid fears
in order to save myself i had to bid you
fare thee well my love


indigopoet
december 29, 1997

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here's another article i found. fyi, the "stone belt center" referred to
is a center for adults & children with developmental disabilities; their
web page, if you want more info, is at http://www.stonebelt.org. i know
someone who used to work there, and he says the folks there *really* get
into movement and dance-- dancing is one of the greatest joys in life for
many of them. i whooped out loud when i read about this, because it's just
so damn cool... go indigo girls!! :-)

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(from the bloomington voice, dec. 24-31, 1997. reprinted w/o permission.
excerpted from column: "ear cuisine")

at year's end: four shows send '97 out with a bang
by jim manion

the _other_ indigo girls concert

on the afternoon of their december 9 appearance at the indiana university
auditorium, the indigo girls gave an early christmas present to the clients
and staff of stone belt center, a developmental learning center in
bloomington. after a quick acoustic setup and soundcheck, the indigo girls
and band sat in a closed room while all at stone belt center were called
to the gym for a special musical presentation. only a handful of stone
belt's staff knew what was about to occur.

when the band was announced and they took the makeshift stage, the joy in
the room was overwhelming. indigo girl amy ray stepped to the microphone,
smiling, "hi, we just stopped by to play a few songs for you..." and the
band kicked into a string of their radio hits. it didn't take long for
some in this very special crowd to show their enjoyment by dancing and
shouting. by the end, breakdancing and a line dance started by the band's
drummer accompanied their upbeat folk-rock.

after their performance at iu, the band reflected on the stone belt
performance and declared that it was, "the best show of the tour."
although i thoroughly enjoyed their auditorium show, along with everyone
else there, i'd have to agree that their special stone belt performance
was one of the most moving musical connections i've ever experienced.

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come on folks, don't you remember? landslide was played in the middle of
chickenman instead of amy doing an soc. emily started singing it, but the
whole crowd joined in and she just let us sing. at the end they
complimented our singing. it was so sweet.
-sam

on tue, 30 dec 1997, deb wrote:
> >i was just made aware that amy and emily
> >did in fact cover "landslide" by fleetwood mac,
> >at red rocks in colorado on 7/18/97.
>
> i don't know what show bethany is thinking of, but i was at both red rocks
> shows this summer and i'm sure that they didn't play "landslide".  here is the
> set list someone else posted for that show:

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just got my jan. 22nd copy of rolling stone in the mail...there's a couple of
indigo girls mentions.  first, a letter to the editor about the ommission of
the girls from the women in rock issue (and a note from the editor saying that
"the indigo girls received the heaviest support from indignant readers"), then
a quote from amy ray about the controversy surrounding the new prodigy single.

also, what's up with all these artists naming their own albums as their
favorite cds of the year?  i can understand being proud of what you put out,
but really...

peace,
shelley

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hello everyone.
        i have two quick questions. first, has anyone written a biography or any
book on the indigo girls? if so, could you please tell me the title and
author? if not, so you know why?
        second, what exactly does amy sing at the end of joking? it makes no sense
to me! thanks a bunch for your help.

                                                        christy :)

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dear all:

correction/modification to my earlier post... tickets go on sale on
saturday at noon for the 2/3 concert at the joint inside the hard rock
hotel.

phone:  702/693-5066 (box office).

melissa


previous post

anyhoo, vegas tickets will go on sale at noon (pst) for the 2/3 ig
show at the hard rock in vegas.

phone # for the box office is.... 702/693-5066.

i'm told that it's a ga only show.


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since i haven't done much for my fellow ig
fans, anyone who wants a copy of
curve with amy and emily on the cover,
please e-mail me and we'll work something out.

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yeah...it sort of resembles "shine a light" :)


at 09:19 pm 12/30/97 est, you wrote:
>first question:  no, probably cuz they dont want one done.
>
>second:  do you mean after "sentiment given and sentiment lost you shook it
>off with a smirk and a toss"???
>
>~~tigger
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bethany you there?
        -heather
ps) sorry everyone!

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hey y'all.  i was inspired by heather's transcription to give this a
really good listen.  (like i don't have anything else to do.  there's a
stack of books i promised myself i'd read over break.  ha!)  here's what
i got.  the words/phrases in parentheses are guesses.  slash marks mean
it could be one of several choices.

dianne

(well) there's an out (line/loud) of (professors/confessors) all over my
wires
and it's all so damaged and you're uninspired by this world
so you sign the girls, what do the girls got to do
when you exploit all the energy
and damage all heredity
you know it's the veal calf syndrome
not the feminine mystique
we're force fed and we're scarred
you know me and you it's the pilgrim's (coming/comment)
or is it the pilgrimage (is/its/that's) due
it's the generals (of/in) print
that feed you the mass discontent
so submit to be cool
'cause it's hip to be a tool
and it's a trip to be mislead
and it's a story when you're dead
and it's hip to be cool
and so we submit, it's hip to be a tool,
no we submit to be, it's hip to be...[trails off]
so i was driving out through the everglades
and i remember the rain turned the road to mud that day
and i was just thinking about what it meant to be completely obsolete
and i started worrying about my skin and my fears
and all the grey that's in my hair
but you know i missed most of the story
that my driver was telling me
he had the alligator pain inside his veins
he said you know that harrod, he sings a song of cain
and it was just like that, that my driver slipped away
i said it was just like that, that my driver slipped away
you know it was just like that, that my driver,
my brother i mean, it was my brother.
my brother was my driver and he slipped away.
and he was my, no i think it was my sister now,
and it could have been my father.
i guess it was my mother now.
it was my driver who's my my brother,
my sister who's my mother,
and my father is my driver, my brother.
my sister is my mother and my father is my sister
and my mother is my brother and my driver slipped away
you know he just slipped away,
you know and he just slips away,
slips away, ya know slipped away,
ya know you tried to be cool,
you tried to be cool and you just slipped away,
ya know i mean you tried to be cool,
i hear you tried to be cool, ya know and you slip away,
i hear it, i hear you, i said, i said, i said, i said....
hey blue blood
i said hey, hey blue blood
ya know you're nothing new
you see i come from privilege too.


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i never say anything, but i had to comment on that...it's great! what ever
inspired you(the poet) to write that? whatever it was, it was probably cool!(:
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if any kind soul out there has 2-4 extra tickets they'd like to part with for
the seattle concert on 1/22 , could you please email me.  thanks!

peace,

cathy

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o.k....so they only did "like 2 lines" of it at red rocks...but they did
it and it sounded damned good...
somebody told me it was *emily* that did it, too...for some odd reason i
don't think that's right.  anyone else remember?!  maybe i was sittin'
up higher than i thought...so high that i couldn't distinguish between
their voices....i don't think so.

-bethany ;)

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kaseym24 said:
>
>well, at lilithfair in columbus, they turned "shame on you" into
"brown-eyed
>girl" which thrilled me to no end (since i'm the brown-eyed girl they
were
>talking about, had to have been! :)
>
oh my god!!  that reminds me!!  this summer (sometime before lilith), i
was talkin' to jill, and i said  "wouldn't it be cool to hear some
female group play 'brown eyed girl'  (my mind on ig, of course)?"  then,
on the way home from lilih, it hit me...i was like (like? ick)..."hey,
jill, do you remember when i said 'wouldn't it be cool if some female
band played "brown eyed girl?'"...she said "oh yeah!!"  and i wasn't
scared (as i ahve been in the past over these sort of insights), just
amazed, and somwhat contented.  it was just one of the three scary (or
not)coincidences that have something to do with ig.

anyhoo
love,
  carol

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>and i think that ig could cover whistling in the dark by they might be
>giants quite nicely (carolyn agrees).  think of the harmonies they
could

i'm so ashamed of not thinking of tmbg when thinking of covers!!  well,
anyway...i'd also like for them to do birdhouse in your soul.  even if
these songs would probably sound soooooo goofy (like they don't
already), 'specially done by ig.  oh, so cute!!  besides bhiys has those
great 2 part stuff just great for any duo (lets see...the riteous bros,
s&g, mili vanilli--ok, not all duos).

love,
  carol

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o.k.! glad i've finally got it straight...
let it be known that on july 18, 1997 at red rocks ampitheater in
morrison, colorado....the i.g. played 30 seconds (which i guess, does
not constitute the title "cover..." i still think so...just a very short
cover...) of "landslide" -  not the entire song  (as my post
suggested)...and it was not amy (just wishful thinking i suppose?!)...it
was emily.
it's alright now....i have been notified (thanks bon!).

-bethany ;)

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ok, so i know this may be a little far-fetched because i don't think they
would ever do this...
but can y'all just hear (with a few word changes) amy doing black velvet by
alannah myles?  is it just me?  cause every time i hear it (and i heard it
again tonight and my best friend agreed with me) i can just hear amy's voice
instead.
i think they would rock!  emily could make the biggest guitar solos in it too.
if anyone sees them ever, suggest this one.
it would rock!!!
have a happy and safe new year.
much indigo sweetness,
carrie

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heeeeey...
this sounds familiar.  whose song is landslide in the first place?  didn't
em break into like 4 lines of it at one of the new york shows?  it was the
same one where we did the crew's dishes backstage.  that was geneseo i
think on 11/2/97.  anyone remember?

marivel

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hey again!

a couple of things.  first as some of you have quite keenly noticed i am a
michigan resident with san fransisco tickets.  delusional...yes.
impossible...no.  i was just wondering if anyone else feels like being
delusional with me?  i have tickets to all the damn california shows, but
i'll probably be offering those up to the list as soon as i come to terms
with the fact that i have no money.  but i am hanging on to the dream of
the general admission sf shows (i looooove gen. admission!).  as kate adn
deb (de canada or wherever the heck she is) can affirm, we had a blast
going to the 4 ny shows all in a row and being front row never hurts a
concert experience.  so anyone out there with a lot of free time (well a
couple days anyway) and a relatively flexible credit limit (gotta fly you
know) wanna come with me?  yeah i know what your answer will be (hey
sinead!).  but i thought it couldn't hurt to try.  so if not, is there at
least someone willing to hang out in line with me?  whine whine...

okay second thing, i was just watching the on the road to austin tape and
i was wondering if anyone who was at the swamp ophelia tour knows what in
the world that big video image of the chair was that they projected on the
screen behind them during power of two.  what did that mean?  i'm trying
to think of what symbolism a big chair could have but i"m drawin' a
blank...

alrighty, 3rd, my boot and picture update.  as of today i will have sent
out all my trades and all but 3 of my boot requests.  i sent out pictures
to everyone who has sent me money so far, so i'm caught up in that
respect.  i think that's it.  i'm getting good at this mass quantity
thing.  too bad mass producing papers isn't near as much fun.

okay, that's it.  take care all...

marivel

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> this sounds familiar.  whose song is landslide in the first place?

i think its originally done by fleetwood mac long ago(beautiful),but
it has also been covered by that guy from smashing pumpkins sounding
really whiny.

> think on 11/2/97.  anyone remember?
i cant help you on this one,sorry

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the lord there's people out there like you...
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> this sounds familiar.  whose song is landslide in the first place?
i think it was originally by fleetwood mac long ago...that guy from
smashing pumpkins also covered it,but it sounds really whiny.
> think on 11/2/97.  anyone remember?
i cant help you on this one,sorry

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leslie robertson <lirobertson@webtv.net> wrote:
>have any of you recieved any of your orders from the fan club
>merch. catalog?  i have yet to recieve my order that i sent off
>over 6 weeks ago.

that's typical, they're really slow.

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jan monforton <jmonfort@vannet.k12.wa.us> wrote:
>come on folks, don't you remember? landslide was played in the middle of
>chickenman instead of amy doing an soc

i've been to so many ig shows this year (and listened to so many more that
some of you have shared via bootlegs) that i have trouble recalling the
various incarnations of songs and the shows they happened at.  and i
mistakenly thought that song was "silver spring" not "landslide" (i'm not that
familiar with fleetwood mac).  i do know that they did that at one of the
berkeley shows, because i remember amy saying something about doing it because
they had been listening to so much fleetwood mac on the bus!

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shel1018 <shel1018@aol.com> wrote:
>just got my jan. 22nd copy of rolling stone in the mail...there's a couple of
>indigo girls mentions.  first, a letter to the editor about the ommission of
>the girls from the women in rock issue (and a note from the editor saying
that
>"the indigo girls received the heaviest support from indignant readers"),

i still thought that was nothing compared to the slight (not even a mention)
in the advocate's women in rock issue.

> then
>a quote from amy ray about the controversy surrounding the new prodigy
single.

can someone forward the quote for us?

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you did it to me last year, now it's my turn. ;)

yes guys and gals, our very own susan b. is having a birthday
today and i thnk we should all send her a little note of greeting :)
that address is susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu

hope you have a fabulous year, darlin'!

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okey dokey....landslide lyrics....here is the part that emily would
most likely have done if you had heard her sing this song (let me
clarify that...the 30 seconds of this song)....

"i've been afraid of changin'
cuz i've built my life around you
time makes you bolder even children get older
and i'm getting older too...
blah blah blah
and if you see my reflection in the snow covered hills
well the landslide will bring it down"
(i don't remember the last 2 lines being sung though.....)

so, there it is...hope that helps with any unanswered questions!

-bethany ;)
(who came home from the concert and was inspired to learn that frigger
on her geetar.)

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>in a message dated 97-12-30 09:18:46 est, dan@tcdrs.org writes:

<< "i sit two stories above the street....." i always
>>picture her sitting up in bed, her  lover asleep by her side, in an
>>apartment
>>on the second floor of a brick building that has a laundry downstairs. >>

>hey y'all , did anybody else take that "it's awful quiet now since love fell
>asleep" line to be about the author's feelling that she can't experience love,
>i.e. her ability to love fell asleep?  just curious...

yeah, that was my take on it.

for the dream covers file:  put me down as a "me too" on "sound of silence",  still haven't found what i'm looking for", and "my girl"  also i'd like to hear them on u2's "mothers of the disappeared" (it seems to fit their political agenda, as well as being an awesome song), springsteen's "drive all night" (definitely amy), melissa etheridge's "all american girl", maybe elp's "lucky man", and i'd like to hear emily on a bruce cockburn song, they're both so poetic.  unfortunately, all the bc i have is charity of night, but maybe one of you long-time bruce fans can suggest something.

peace,
barb
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        >>second, what exactly does amy sing at the end of joking? it makes no
        >>sense to me! thanks a bunch for your help.

>yeah...it sort of resembles "shine a light" :)

i thought it was just nonsense syllables, like "sha la la"

but then, there's the line after that, sung by emily and/or the backup singers:  (fill in the blank, if you can)

"________  to the bright side"

anyone woth keen ears know what that is?

thanks,
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hi,
     it's on piscea iscariot.  it is a cd of b-sides and covers.  i
bought it just to have "landslide".  ilove that song!!!

smiles,
allison

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> "________  to the bright side"
>  anyone woth keen ears know what that is?

i always thought it was "wide-eyed and laughin', dancin' up to the
bright side".  but i could be wrong...=)

peace, love, and sunshine,
pony

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indigo girls and winona laduke are among ms. magazine's women of the year!
the cover says "women of the year" and it's a special issue on sale until
march 2.  there's a fairly long article about each recipient.  the ig/wld
article talks about the hte tour and ig importance in getting the message out,
and it's about 2 pages long.  there's also a 3/4 page picture of the 3 of them
which i haven't seen before.

here's the full listing:

dolores huerta - "for a lifetime of labor championing the rights of
farmworkers"

jody williams - "for organizing the campaign for a world free of landmines"


amy cohen - "for rescuing title ix for college women"


ellen degeneres - "for coming out on a grand scale and raising the
consciousness of millions"


marina silva - "for protecting a fragile environment [the amazon] and
vulnerable people [indigenous peoples]"


cynthia cooper - "for being a champion [for breast cancer awareness] off the
[wnba] court"


indigo girls & winona laduke - "for using music and grassroots organizing to
mobilize people to save the earth"


salima ghezali - "for putting her life on the line to report on the violence
destroying algeria"


sandra steingraber - "for making the connection [in her book _living
downstream_] between the environment and cancer using a poet's voice, a
scientist's knowledge, and a survivor's passion"


karen finley - "for continually staging a one-woman uprising [as a performance
artist]."

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okay, i don't post much, but would like to take a moment to wish all of you
a wonderful new year! please be safe and if ig should do a cover, please
let it be "what you didn't say" by mary chapin carpenter. (i think that's
what it's called). definately my boo hoo song. happy new year!!!!!! susan

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you know the best part about the girls being at red rocks this summer was that
i got a tape of them from kbco (boulder radio).  kbco has studio "c" where
they typically get live performances from musicians traveling into the area.
it was quite good!  i certyainly don't recall them playing landslide, though!

happy new year to all!

mam

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all this talk about ig covering other artists has got me thinking: has any
other artist ever covered an ig song?

erica

ps---happy new year!!!!

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thank you very much, but do you know what i'm talking about? it's at the
very end of the song (listen for it..it's not printed in the lyrics). it's
probably just some nonsense "sha, la" thing she made up, but i was just
wondering what it meant, if anything. thanks again.   christy :)


at 01:13 am 12/31/97 -0500, you wrote:
>christy,
>        here are all the words to joking:
>
>
>you said the world was magic
>i was wide eyed and laughing
>we were dancing up to the bright side
>forget about your ego
>forget about your pride
>and you will never have to compromise
>but you were only joking
>we talked about our mothers
>kissed the wounds of our father
>i could've been your sister
>i would've been your brother
>you kissed me like i was a soldier
>heading for war
>i'm a dying man but i don't know what for
>but you were only joking
>you were only joking
>brother gravel and glass
>on the bottom of my feet
>i bruised my heels on the swollen street
>we were girls in bars
>we were boys on the town
>bumping like a pinball
>off a careless crowd
>you said good freinds are hard to come by
>i laughed and bought you a beer
>'cause it's too corny to cry
>well sentiment given
>and sentiment lost
>you shook it off with a smirk and a toss
>and you were only jokin
>you were only joking brotther
>
>there.  i can try to explain the lyrics, if you wish, but i don't know how
>good a job i'll do.
>        ~panda!
>
>

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leslie robertson:

        try writing the company a letter or calling them. it'll get there. mine
took about 2 months to come...and i live in atlanta! :) good luck.

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first of all, landslide is on the 1975 lp "fleetwood mac", the first album
featuring nicks and buckingham  in the line-up and is written by them.  it
was covered by the smashing pumpkins, as a b-side to "disarm", and is on
the cd "pisces iscariot", which in no way, shape or form can compare to the
original!  i'm a big mac fan! ( ha! i just love saying that!)

second of all, i though of more covers, i just can't stop!  i agree with
elp, lucky man, that would be cool, or how about closer to home by grand
funk railroad!  and another stevie nicks song, it was never a single, but
it's called "has anyone ever written anything..."

anyway, evereyone have a happy new year! i'm off to see tina and the b-side
movement, if you know who they are, you rock, if ya don't, find out!

kc1
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> from: cicada16 <cicada16@aol.com>
> to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
> subject: covers question
> date: wednesday, december 31, 1997 12:24 pm
>
> all this talk about ig covering other artists has got me thinking: has
any
> other artist ever covered an ig song?

i heard joan baez cover "welcome me", live about five years ago.  i don't
know if she recorded it though.   and i think some punk band did closer to
fine, but i'm not sure maybe somebody else knows more?!?

kc1

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who mentioned a bay area list meet?


is there anyone out there

derek? john? anyone?

who was at the one at my house last year?

can we all play?


love


larissa

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> i too would be interested in a bay area list meet.  i'm going to
both of the
> shows at the warfield (as of tonight, there are still floor level gen.
> admission tickets available)--i'm sure we could arrange something to
meet at
> the shows, if that's what you were thinking of.
>
> peace,
> shelley
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amy m. please email me. i got the pbs video. thanks.

michelle

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kc1 wrote:

> > from: cicada16 <cicada16@aol.com>
> > to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
> > subject: covers question
> > date: wednesday, december 31, 1997 12:24 pm
> >
> > all this talk about ig covering other artists has got me thinking: has
> any
> > other artist ever covered an ig song?
>
> i heard joan baez cover "welcome me", live about five years ago.  i don't
> know if she recorded it though.   and i think some punk band did closer to
> fine, but i'm not sure maybe somebody else knows more?!?

i remember a while back there was a big bruhaha over hootie doing a cover of
ctf in concert.  don't know if he still does it and i don't think it's ever
been recorded for posterity.

dianne

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hey,

a friend of mine called the hard rock here in vegas....and she was told
that the feb. 3rd concert was general admision.  does anyone know anything
about that.  i am gonna go .....just would like to know if anyones knows
anything on that.

maurene

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date:         wed, 31 dec 1997 13:25:48 -0600
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did anyone catch the girls on the view this morning? they played "shame on
you" and then there was an extremely brief interview-- amy explained where
she got the idea to write "shame on you." so even though it was short it
was still cool to see the girls on tv.

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date:         wed, 31 dec 1997 14:40:49 -0400
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i've checked the entire cleveland area and that prized december ig issue
is not to be found *anywhere*.  at all.  nada.
could any of y'all *please* please see if you can find one near you?  if
you find one, or have an extra, or whatnot, please email me and i'll
reward you immensely.....
email me privately, as i am not on the list over break.
:) jill


"it's the veal calf syndrome, not the feminine mystique."
                                          -amy ray

"...the activists crowned a live sheep miss america and paraded it on the
boardwalk to parody the way the contestants, and, by extension, all women,
'are appraised and judged like animals at a country fair.'"
                                          -alice echols

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date:         wed, 31 dec 1997 14:40:30 -0500
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>but then, there's the line after that, sung by emily and/or the backup
>singers:  (fill in the blank, if you can)       "________  to the bright
>side"
>
>anyone woth keen ears know what that is?

i've always thought it was "dancing in to the bright sun."

2 cents, cathy

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dvds are a new multimedia format; for more information, please see
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ok here's what people are coming up with for what amy says in certain
scooter boys socs lately:

"it's the veal calf syndrome, not the feminine mystique."
                                          -amy ray

to me it sounds like beal-cofs, which to me makes a bit more
sense, due to its being an actual syndrome.  any docs out there that can
confirm
or deny this?  what does everyone else think?

elizabeth

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>did anyone catch the girls on the view this morning?

shucks!
i mustve misunderstood the message, but i thought it was
gonna be on tonight!
:(
cathy, crying in her spilt milk

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<< >did anyone catch the girls on the view this morning?

this morning?!?! i was positive someone said it would be on tonight!! geez, i
was so excited about it that i couldn't even get to sleep last night!!  are
you sure it's not gonna be on again tonight? ohhh, i'm so sad. what a stinky
new years eve present.

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in a message dated 97-12-31 10:57:20 est, barbarab@megsinet.net writes:

<< "________  to the bright side" >>

fill in the blank with "dancing up"

i think.

peace, harmony, and indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
  ~novitiate of suzanneglassism
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what's everyone freaking out over?  this is a rerun!!!!!!!!!  i'm sure 50
million people already have this on tape, so be cool!!!!!!  and ask the list
for copies.  jeepers, y'all!

in a message dated 97-12-31 15:07:32 est, you write:

<< << >did anyone catch the girls on the view this morning?

this morning?!?! i was positive someone said it would be on tonight!! geez, i
was so excited about it that i couldn't even get to sleep last night!!  are
you sure it's not gonna be on again tonight? ohhh, i'm so sad. what a stinky
new years eve present.
  >>

peace, harmony, and indigo,

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since a couple of you have asked about it, the quote in the 1-22-98 issue of
rolling stone is as follows (reprinted w/o any sort of permission):

"i love prodigy's music, but the song [smack my b**** up] is offensive to me,"
says amy ray of the indigo girls.  "i'm sure they don't really advocate
violence toward women, but come on, guys, let's be a little more responsible."

the article it's in is about a page and a half long, and it deals with the
controversy surronding the single.

peace,
shelley

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happy new year's eve to all in the land of indigo!

as people have posted, landslide is a very old
fleetwood mac song, written by stevie nicks
from about 20 years ago.  it is a great song, very
sad, about changing and relationships.  it is on
the new live cd that fleetwood mac released
called 'the dance'.

now, i have read that several people said they heard
amy and emily perform bits of it at red rocks, and
possibly the whole song in one or more shows in
california (berkley?).  if so.....is there a boot out
there with this song on it?  if anyone could let me
know how to get a copy of it, i would greatly appreciate it!

thanks a lot!

take care and peace!

-deb

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folks wrote:
> did anyone catch the girls on the view this morning?

to clarify - "the view" airs at different times in different areas of
the country - specifically - whenever the local abc affiliate wants to
air it.

for example: in atlanta - "the view" is on in the middle of the night.

check your local listings... before you cry... and your eyes get all
puffy for new year's eve!   ;o)

besides... it's a re-run.

:o)
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            upon them, and recited in simple verse."
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...can't say i'm sorry to see '97 end...

here's wishing everyone in indigoland a very happy and healthy 1998!

now drive safe tonight, y'all !!!

maureen

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joan baez did record her cover of ig "welcome me".  it's actually a good cover, as she added her own element to it...its on "ring them bells" a great compilation of live performances with guests including mary chapin carpenter, dar williams and the indigo girls (they do dylan's don't think twice, its alright).  anyone know of any other ig covers?
have a save and happy new year's eve, y'all!

aislynn

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kc1 wrote:
>i heard joan baez cover "welcome me", live about five years ago.  i don't
>know if she recorded it though.   and i think some punk band did closer

there is also a promo from columbia records radio hour recorded live
9/27/95 of "welcome me", as well as "don't think twice, its alright" (with
dar williams) and "hello in there" (with james mcmurtry) for your
completist out there.  its on cd on the guardian label.  i have it, but
sorry to say, dislike it (i know, i know, what a waste!)

betsy

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subject:      good vibes please!

ok, i wanted to post one last time in 1997, and i am asking for some good
vibes from y'all tonight. you see, i'm going to my friend's house and
it'll be me and her and both of our girlfriends.  my friend and i decided
that we wanted to play a song for our girlfriends at midnight...well, we
wanted to do power of 2, but neither of us can play it, so we are doing
love's recovery.  i get off easy with amy's part....but she's better at
guitar (and singing for that matter) than me.  so, we've only practiced
together a couple of times and we are really hoping they like it...so
wish us heaps of luck!!

happy amost 1998 (the year i graduate from high school -- yay!!!)
love,
carolyn!

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does anyone know about the indigo girls being on t.v tonight with barbera
walters?  on abc or nbc????????

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memo

to:  ig listers
from: elizabeth enitz@evolving.com
re:  potential legal issues arising from the shaming of the sun
        archive bootleg trader page

since deb reiser isn't around to disable the boot page button off her
archive web site, i am moving the trader list files out of their current

location.  i have removed the trader list and a bunch of my stuff.
if you gave me a copy of your boot list and would like me to move
it as well, please let me know.  you still have access to the directory,

due to an oversight on my part, and apparently merely disabling links
isn't good enough anyhow.   please email me with comments.

en

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ndygotiggr@aol.com writes:
<< what's everyone freaking out over?  this is a rerun!!!!!!!!!  >>

okay, okay... so i missed them on tv this morning (11 am in the northeast) but
oh well, as our dear ndygotiggr (what a mouthful) says, it was a rerun. not
that i saw it when it first ran, but it was only a coupla minutes long, right?
i think i'll manage.  especially since i got my "curve" a few minutes ago.

wishing everyone an incredible new year, full of amy and emily and other great
stuff.

i'd also like to say that i'm extremely glad i joined this list- it's been
great :-)

~flora

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>the more i listen to ani difranco, the less i seem to like the idea of anyone
>covering her stuff.  the way she preforms it, timeing and inflection and
>whatnot, i don't think could be captured by anyone but her.

absolutely!  exactly how i feel about ani and her music.  ani has such a
style that defines the music.  if anyone else covered her music it would
in my opinion, be less than the original.

- rick

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debigogrl@aol.com writes:

<< as people have posted, landslide is a very old
fleetwood mac song, written by stevie nicks
from about 20 years ago.  >>

here i was thinking that landslide was an olivia newton john tune from the
physical album. i went & listened to it (yeah, i have all that onj stuff!) and
thought, interesting concept. <grin>

on a non-related topic, i'm really really psyched cuz today i used that fun
xmas cash to get myself the laserdisc for contact!!! not to mention finding
"the radical light" by vonda shepard on the web. soon i shall have it, oh
yes... it will be mine. ;-)

while checking out cd now, i also looked to see if they had anything regarding
"shed your skin"- they usually have an advance ordering system, but not a
trace of it yet. as a fan of ratm, you *know* i'm excited about zac de la
rocha mixing it up w/ig!!

does anyone else out there find it hard to picture amy listening to the
prodigy? i appreciated her quote. i just love everything a&e stand for.  . .
anybody know how to make bumper stickers? i want one that says amy ray for
president in the year 2000!!! yeah!!

peace, and have a safe night please!!
    rick
*i laugh in the face of danger... then i hide until it goes away.*
*to read makes our speaking english good*
*yesterday life was like 'oh no, pop quiz!' today it's 'rain of toad'*
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date:         wed, 31 dec 1997 17:58:53 -0500
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subject:      veal calf syndrome?
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see the thing is, i think it's veal calf syndrome, b/c
1) i remember hearing that in concert and thinking how weird she just threw
that in there.
2) while people eating veal is just another example of the self-absorbed
attitude of westerners, why would amy mention a medical condition in this
context?  i kind of see the soc as an extension of the song, which is about
the exploitation of south america.  amy's talking about how self-absorbed she
can be, "crying about her own virginity" when the virgin lands of the americas
have been and are being exploited by europeans.

are there any thoughts on this floating around?

h
ps--i'm working on those boots, luvvies!

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date:         wed, 31 dec 1997 18:05:51 -0500
reply-to:     juliet <js_carri@alcor.concordia.ca>
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subject:      ig bumper stickers?
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wow! i would be buying!
i'd like one that say: honor the earth and the indigo girls
and then i have the choice: beg my mom to let me put it on her car that
she generously share with me, or well, buy myself a car... and then i
could go visit ya'all!

july, who will be running to the end of the earth

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date:         wed, 31 dec 1997 18:00:01 est
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i'm really surprised that noone has mentioned "i think we're alone now" by
tiffany.  can't you imagine amy's rich voice moaning "i think we're alone now"
as sweet emily chants in the background "alone now-ow"...it would be pure
bliss to hear.

joke, people, it was a joke.

are we really sure that ani is the one singing "wishin' and hopin'" in "my
best friend's wedding"?  i just can't believe that's her...
that's all.  happy new year!
                                  stephanie

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date:         wed, 31 dec 1997 19:46:49 -0500
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i hear it as "dancing into the bright side", but bright sun might work
too...  anyone have a definative answer for us?

        ~panda!

at 02:40 pm 12/31/97 -0500, you wrote:
>>but then, there's the line after that, sung by emily and/or the backup
>>singers:  (fill in the blank, if you can)       "________  to the bright
>>side"
>>
>>anyone woth keen ears know what that is?
>
>i've always thought it was "dancing in to the bright sun."
>
>2 cents, cathy
>

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date:         wed, 31 dec 1997 20:00:02 est
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debigogrl@aol.com writes:

<< as people have posted, landslide is a very old
  fleetwood mac song, written by stevie nicks
  from about 20 years ago.  >>
  >>

"very old" -- ???  wow...now i feel very old--lol! landslide is from my
teenage
years...before there was emily saliers, there was stevie nicks...

wmntime--lurker--1st time posting

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date:         wed, 31 dec 1997 19:20:39 -0600
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>does anyone know about the indigo girls being on t.v tonight with barbera
>walters?  on abc or nbc????????
>

you are probably referring to the show "the view" which has been briefly
touched on on the list earlier today. it was on abc this morning in
chicagoland but i'm told it varies according to where you live.

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date:         wed, 31 dec 1997 20:47:32 est
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i was kidding when i said it would be ok to have a&e cover ani...if anybody
has been paying attention, they would know i'm against anyone covering ani
(especially anlana davis)...hope y'all got gift certificates for x mas to the
"sense of humor store" (not a real store...don't ask me where it is...
*smirk*)

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date:         wed, 31 dec 1997 22:11:17 -0400
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wow wow, many of you wrote to say that you had a copy of curve sittin'
around (so *that's* where all the issues went!  no wonder every bookstore
i checked was sold out.  you guys bought 'em all!) and i'm networking or
whatnot and getting a copy, so don't worry about it anymore.  you guys are
great, have i mentioned that lately?  really.  at the risk of co-opting
emily, i've gotta say thanks y'all!  i love you guys.  <sniffle>  i really
do. <choking up>.  i swear.
jill :)

"it's the veal calf syndrome, not the feminine mystique."
                                          -amy ray

"...the activists crowned a live sheep miss america and paraded it on the
boardwalk to parody the way the contestants, and, by extension, all women,
'are appraised and judged like animals at a country fair.'"
                                          -alice echols

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date:         wed, 31 dec 1997 22:29:44 est
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in a message dated 97-12-31 18:11:50 est, igdarsteph@aol.com writes:

<< i'm really surprised that noone has mentioned "i think we're alone now" by
tiffany.  can't you imagine amy's rich voice moaning "i think we're alone
now"
as sweet emily chants in the background "alone now-ow"...it would be pure
bliss to hear.>>

no, no no- i think "could've been" would be a better choice- for emily to sing
it. or "hold an old friend's hand" or maybe "all this time" (my favorite
tiffany tune!)

<< joke, people, it was a joke. >>

um. mine was too. a joke. that is. i don't really know that much about
tiffany. i don't really even have her greatest hits album in my hands right
now. and in no way do i possess a poster with her autograph & a bunch of x's &
o's......

*blush*
  rick.
i mean, not rick! his stuck in the 80's twin with a thing for teen pop. yeah.
:)

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date:         wed, 31 dec 1997 22:38:35 est
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ani is the one singing wishin and hopin ... it is not her original
song....butit is her singing in the beginning of my best friends
wedding....happy new year all...jen

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date:         wed, 31 dec 1997 19:43:56 -0800
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at 08:47 pm 12/31/97 est,that there poprock grrl wrote:
>...hope y'all got gift certificates for x mas to the
>"sense of humor store" (not a real store...don't ask me where it is...
>*smirk*)
my gawd!!! it's right here in powell river... does *nobody* read the ads
i've spent so much money on???? quicky humour; that's my baby. i own the
place. set up last month + stocked it big time with humour, super humour +
big <gulp> humour and i gotta tell you... business has been *very* slow this
season... i may go under. see ya'all at my "goin' outa business sale"???
peace n' a safe + happy new year.... kim

"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:         wed, 31 dec 1997 22:49:29 est
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i'm glad ani didn't write wishin and hopin...really glad...glad burt bacharach
or somebody has that distinction...

dionne warwick is the one who first made it popular btw.


ok that is the last bit about ani  i promise   :)

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date:         wed, 31 dec 1997 20:16:17 -0800
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happy 1998 y'all!!!

        as i sit here getting over the flu and not going anywhere tonight, i
realized that an evening of listening to ig's is about as fine of an entry
into a new year as any other alternative :)   so i thought i would share my
thoughts with you concerning ig inspirations for the upcoming year:

1)      work hard at whatever you do and give it your best!

        (does anyone doubt that a&e give 125% to their endeavors??)

2)      find an occupation that you derive great satisfaction from.  if you
do a good job and have fun doing it, everything else will follow!

3)      remember, not everything that glitters is gold.  know yourself!

4)      success = happiness! - a&e

5)      take the personal responsiblity to help others.  it's something
everyone should do. - emily

6)      "the things that stay with you inside are the things that are
important." - amy

7)      do not be content to bow and bend to whims of culture. - emily

8)      don't kiss ass! - amy

9)      respect diversity!

10)     fight ignorance and injustice whenever possible!

11)     everbody get together, try to love one another, right now!


happy, happy new year y'all!
tony


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g       us away to our extinction -  emily saliers      s
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date:         wed, 31 dec 1997 23:16:05 est
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so, i can think of a million things that a and e could do - they always sound
great - but above all, i think they'd do an awesome rendition of *imagine* by
john lennon.  just because, well, it's such a wonderful song and he's such a
wonderful guy and they're such wonderful girls.

i was also thinking of the girls doing a sort of kiddie project, songs for
kids- old folk songs and/or written by themselves.  you know that old pete
seeger album for children? it's really cute...i dunno, i can just picture ame
and em in a room full of tots - they're so good at relating to everyone of all
ages - singing stuff like the "eency weency spider" (see watershed), raffi
("baby beluga, in the deep blue sea,") and all that. . . i'm not saying that
the ig should really do that; just thought that, as long as people are saying
what they could envision them doing, i'd add in my two cents.

ok ok, so i'm rambling... i'm sick and i can't believe i'm shut inside on this
nye...
last post of the year

~flora

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date:         wed, 31 dec 1997 20:24:45 -0800
reply-to:     doolittle <tonyfrapsiv@earthlink.net>
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at 11:38 am 12/31/97 est, you wrote:
>> "________  to the bright side"
>>  anyone woth keen ears know what that is?
>
>i always thought it was "wide-eyed and laughin', dancin' up to the
>bright side".  but i could be wrong...=)
>
>peace, love, and sunshine,
>pony


yeah, that's the ticket ;)

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date:         wed, 31 dec 1997 23:52:25 -0400
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having been scheduled to work until 11:00 this evening i turned down my
one new year's eve party invitation - and for once in my life, my boss
decided to be "mr. nice guy" and let me leave at 9:00.....so, here i sit
in lima, with a great pam party happening over three hours away.
to you i turn, oh faithful list members....my comfort and solace in this
time of pain.
happy new year!! i hope you're all  partying down more than me & my
kitty (what am i talkin' about?! he can "get down" with the best of
'em!!!)!

-bethany ;)

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