lifeblood: listlogs: 1998-02a


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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 00:04:05 -0500
reply-to:     christy lynch <cml@mindspring.com>
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from:         christy lynch <cml@mindspring.com>
subject:      february curve
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hey y'all. first, let me say i am thoroughly enjoying your reviews of the
west coast shows! thanks so much! second, i have gone everyday after work
to my local gay/lesbian bookstore looking for curve. although i live on the
east coast and will receive mine later than all of you lucky people on the
west coast, the lady there told me that the february issue won't be here
(atlanta) for another week or so. she said that curve is sort of random
about putting out their magazines. so whoever is the first one to spot the
february issue, give us a yell! thanks! take care.

christy, who just got her live copy of the girls on a local station and is
on cloud 9 (thanks cathy!!) :)

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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 01:32:54 -0500
reply-to:     christy lynch <cml@mindspring.com>
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from:         christy lynch <cml@mindspring.com>
subject:      fox theater 11/26/97
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hey again. i attended my first ig concert on november 26, 1997 (the wed
show) and would absolutely love to have a copy of a boot if anyone out
there has one. unfortunately, i don't remember much about the concert
because of my overwhelming excitement of just being *near* the indigo
girls! so if anyone has this boot, i do have something to trade...thanks
*so* much.
                                                        christy :)

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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 01:40:15 est
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hey there all!!!!

bethany and carrie here.  this is kind of exciting because i just a had a
serious list-meet in my living room.  bethany came to visit me for the weekend
and we have spent countless hours jamming on my bed to ig songs.  we've even
recorded a couple and there's more to come tomorrow (as if y'all could hear
it- but hey, you can, on indicated iv).  anyway, this is neat so we wanted to
write you but i had a question:

anybody know what the hell emily is saying in jonas and ezekial on the white-
rope-chain-fear part?  i just made something up there so we wouldn't sound
stupid because the rest of the song came out pretty well.
please e-mail me privately with any ideas.

ok, so here's bethany:
ahhhh!  i'm visiting carrie....bodily function time -- i'm crapping my
pants....this is awesome.  we didn't realize we had so much in common till i
got here. :)  this kicks ass.  it really shows the power of the indigo girls,
ya' know?!  if it weren't for them, i'd be sittin' on my tail in bowling green
and never woulda' met this chick.  so yeah -- we've been singin' like mothers
-- it feels damned good.  i know nobody else cares, but we do...so there. :)
anyhoo -- to those of you who have been trying to reach me -- it might be a
little while before i get back to ya' cuz my home computer is crashed..big
time.  my college server bites my butt and none of my mail is coming in.  i'll
get to you as soon as it's fixed. :)
o.k.  enough jabbering...oh yeah...let me know by monday if anyone has any
additional indicated tapes...i'll keep my eyes on my box...
now carrie is going to do somethin' cool with my hair....
good night people! :)
indigo dreams --

-bethany & carrie :)

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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 00:01:19 -0800
reply-to:     mbhikes@worldnet.att.net
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from:         marybeth <mbhikes@worldnet.att.net>
subject:      re: fave ig threads...
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you left it up to me ****
loves recovery
crazy game

these are the three top memorable songs of my coming out and trying to deal
with a whole new world that really always had been there but i could never
quite put a finger on.  i will always be thankful for finding the indigo
girls and there music at such a young age and such a confusing time (now 10
years ago, and it's been great watching them grow as i do) in my life and
for finally finding something to relate to when no other person or moment
offered it's self to me. meeting them and having them remember me is my
other unforgettable experience  thanks again amy & emily.....

"i finally found someone i can hold, you ask me to defend myself, as if i
shouldn't be so bold"
"confusion wants to break me and it trys but i've been a little bit
stronger"
"not counting the unmarked paths of misdirection, my compass, faith in
loves perfection"

respectfully,
marybeth

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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 01:32:05 -0800
reply-to:     jan monforton <jmonfort@vannet.k12.wa.us>
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from:         jan monforton <jmonfort@vannet.k12.wa.us>
subject:      amy's black guitar
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someone's post today reminded me of something my ever observant mother
noticed at the portland concert. she said it looks like amy's scratched
up black guitar has been painted over the scratched part some. would
anyone else care to back her up on this? i think i agree with her, but i
could still see the edges of the scratched part. amyray, keep a look out
folks who are seeing them soon and let me know what you think. 'night.
-sam (who loves her ricolas tonight)

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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 07:32:36 -0700
reply-to:     michele@earthnet.net
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from:         michele <michele@earthnet.net>
subject:      re: february curve
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does anyone have the address to thier website?

michele

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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 10:12:13 est
reply-to:     oh susanna <oh.susanna@dartmouth.edu>
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from:         "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
subject:      mf nigc

--- you wrote:
sorry to waste bandwidth, but, i was wondering if anyone knows what
happened to melissa ferrick?  hidwater knows nothing about what she's up
to, and the war site has old info.  has she given up? :(
--- end of quoted material ---
word has it (i think from the war site a few months ago) that melissa is in the
studio working on a new album that she expects to have out by may or june. so
take heart, she is still around!

did that mf list ever get up and running? i know we talked about it, but did
anyone ever do it?

xo, sus

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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 10:28:05 -0500
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from:         chrisy muhler <remlover11@aol.com>
subject:      mix tape

hi, i was wondering if someone would be willing to make me a mix tape in
exchange for ig boot or a blank tape.

this is what i'm looking for

melissa ferrick
michelle malone
dar williams
ani difrance
and those tantrums people :)


chrisy

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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 09:09:13 pst
reply-to:     indigo crone <lurksalot@hotmail.com>
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subject:      santa barbara 1/29
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didn't get back from california until late last night--lots of mail to
wade through...  did anybody tape this wonderful show?

btw the david crosby song in question was "guinivere," and the old boy
looked  and sounded pretty good up there all by his lonesome.  also, as
at previous west coast shows, they did "wish you were here" from cut it
out.  hilariously, a reviewer from the sb news-press said the show was
exclusively acoustic even though he mentions " ...the trippy song [cut
it out] veering on acid rock [?!?!!] metamorphosed into pink floyd's
"wish you were here....."  he also says the girls have never written a
song together, so go figure.  (it was a decent review, overall,
however.)

the girls were in fine form, and it was as good a show as i've
seen--sometimes i think i prefer the duo performances--well, i don't
know....i got to take a first-timer, and she's a lifelong fan now..(as
if there could be any doubt)

first time for me to hear r & j performed--never really been a favorite
of mine, but i enjoyed hearing it live and now have a new appreciation
for it..  sorry i missed "you and me of the 10,000 wars" in
sacramento--i've never gotten to hear that one in performance.  it
doesn't surprise me that they played it by request--they did "crazy
game" in santa fe one time by request.

let me reiterate:  i hope someone taped this show and will let me know!

incidentally, danielle howle and the tantrums were really fun!  at times
i thought the vocals were overpowered by the instruments, but i want
their album.

fashion report?  emily--stunning in overalls and yellow t-shirt.
amy--dark blue pants and the obligatory button-down polyester shirt.

es todo.

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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 13:50:49 -0500
reply-to:     cathy <catherineann@mindspring.com>
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from:         cathy <catherineann@mindspring.com>
subject:      acl set list
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i can't recall if this has been posted yet, but i checked out the
austin cyber limits web site for some more info on the girls's
upcoming performance and this set list was there:

shame on you
bad reputation (with freedy johnston)
baby don't you break my heart slow (with vonda shepard)
why don't you leave my sister alone? (with mark eitzel)
get out the map (with guests)
closer to fine (with guests)

anyone know who mark eitzel is??

and if you haven't been to the acl site, you really ought to check it out.
it's all done in frames and stuff and on each side of the screen there are tall
narrow bars that have constantly changing pictures of performers done in a
very cool green tint. (the one of k.d. lang cracked me up! you go girl
with your spiky hair! :)

amyray,
i'm looking around for info on "my local pbs station" and who should
appear on my right but the lovely emily with her guitar!
"look, there's emily!" i say aloud, forgetting that i'm sitting alone in my
apartment and that emma (my cat) couldn't care less.
and then, pictures change and look there's amy on the left!!!
aahhh!!!
they rotate pretty quickly, but they keep coming back up pretty often!
whoo hoo! new pictures to drool over! (if you can sit through the
willie nelson photo! ha!)

check it out:
http://www.pbs.org/klru/austin/performers/index.html

cathy :)

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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 14:18:49 est
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from:         emily hunt <s0calgal@aol.com>
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hi to all out there,

    i just got info on this really cool list, and had to sign up!  i thought i
would let y'all know about the wonderful show i just saw on friday night!!!
it was so great!!  this was the first time i have seen them as only a
dou...and i think i like it better then with the band...you know like "raw
indigo"  it seems like they have more freedom...ya' know?!!! i was rockin' to
the music and dancin'...and, then amy said "please welcome....ani difranco!!!"
i was so surprised...everyone was yelling and screaming...it was great...she
helped sing closer to fine, she ang the..."i went to see a doctor of
philosophy part"...and she was being a little timid..and well, the crowd out
sang her!  i don't think she realized how loud we really were!! it was kinda
hard to hear her!!! wow, i'm still on cloud nine! oh, and amy and emily were
so cute at the wistle part!! they didn't have sarah so they started to wistle,
and at the end of that part they kinda giggled..he he!!

-emily

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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 14:23:20 -0500
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cathy asked:

> anyone know who mark eitzel is??

mark eitzel is a gay singer-songwiter, who used to be with the american
music club. he also recently, *officially* came out of the closet. his
latest cd (on matador) is called __caught in a trap and i can't back out
'cause i love you too much, baby__. (not *too* long a title, eh?) there
is a feature article about him (coincidentally) in the latest issue of
_the advocate_ (feb 3, 1998, #752).

more nigc - on the issue of gay magazines... _out_, editor-in-chief,
sarah pettit (good name for a dyke, eh?) was fired in dec, and replaced
by a man - allegedly because _out_ is going to be focusing *more* on gay
men. (according to _the advocate_)

even *more* reason to look forward to the next issue of _curve_ (for
those of us so inclined!) <ahem>  ;o)  plus... amy article pt 2! (igc!)

:o)
peace...
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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 12:06:37 -0800
reply-to:     hugh barroll <hugh404@ix.netcom.com>
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mark eitzel was the front man for the american music club.  a san
francisco based band that was acoustically oriented and featured very
"down" music - serious themes.  he has since done several solo albums
and one with (i believe) peter buck.  he just released a new solo album.

hugh barroll

cathy wrote:
this set list was there:
>
> why don't you leave my sister alone? (with mark eitzel)

> anyone know who mark eitzel is??
>
>

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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 15:24:33 -0500
reply-to:     carolyn e turett <ceturett@juno.com>
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from:         carolyn e turett <ceturett@juno.com>
subject:      guitar questions -- again! :)

um, this time i know that i've looked everywhere i know how to...does
anybody have chords to carry me away, or can anybody direct me to where i
might find them?  and also, out of my general lack of knowledge, how do
you play b5?  and is a5 really x02xxx?  it just doesn't sound like shame
on you when i play it...but somehow that is not surprising...! :op

anyway, thank you muchly for any help...

carolyn
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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 21:49:27 +0000
reply-to:     kathrin siegmund <kathrin.siegmund@stud.uni-hannover.de>
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from:         kathrin siegmund <kathrin.siegmund@stud.uni-hannover.de>
subject:      re: guitar questions -- again! :)

hey there!

> um, this time i know that i've looked everywhere i know how to...does
> anybody have chords to carry me away,
i figured this one out some time ago but didn't have the time yet to put
it up on my web page:-(. the basics are as follows:

capo 4th fret:
chord progression: c(9), g, f(9): xx3213, dm, c
for the chorus: am, em, f(9), dm, c
as a filler she plays am variations (002210/002200/002230)
the c chord is also mostly played as a variation:
(x32010/x32000/x32030)
the ending has amy picking her way from f(9) to c.
if you need this tabbed out, e-mail me and i'll try to get it done
during the week:-).

p.s. claudine: sorry for not writing, haven't forgotten about you or
"love's recovery";-). talk to you soon.


peace and
take care,
kathrin

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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 16:35:31 -0500
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hey kind friends!

if you would like me to put your boot cassettes onto cd for you please do this
for me:

  1)  e-mail me privately saying how many tapes you have you would like to
      have put onto cd.  (i'll have to set aside time for the workload).
  2)  i'll send back definate instructions regarding how many cds to send,
      etc.  as a general rule it's about 72 minutes of music per cd.
  3)  send to:    rick hodgin
                  481 beverly drive
                  zionsville, in  46077
                  usa
  4)  send a) sase (for full amount of cds and tapes being returned).
           b) tape(s)
           c) blank cd(s)
           d) brief description of the songs you want (like all of side a,
              all of side b except for cut it out, for example).
           e) any information you want on the jewel case (cd case), such as
              play list, additional information like who surprise guest was,
              who was with you, etc.  it won't be fancy but i will go ahead
              and make a cover for it.  i'll also include a strip that you
              can put on the side of your jewel case (when they're all stacked
              you can read the side/edge).  i won't put it in though because
              it's reasonably tricky and i don't want to be accused of breaking
              anybody's jewel cases.  :)  my sister taught me how sacred they
              are to some people.
           f) that's it.

  5)  i'm not accepting any money for this.  if you send money to me you will
      get it returned with your tape(s) and cd(s).

getting blank cds
=================
you can purchase blank cd's from your local computer store, best buy, media
play, comp usa, etc.  they look like regular cd's (in packs of ten usually).
you can buy individual cds though ... if the store doesn't have any packs
broken ask a salesperson ... they'll usually goahead and break one open to
sell you.

the blank cd's you buy should be "gold recordable" and will say "cd-r", "cdr"
or "cd-recordable" on them.  the jewel case will have a little logo on it like
the standard
  -------------
|    compact  |
|  disc       |
|digital audio|
  --------------

logo that appears on audio cds, but it will have the word "recordable"
instead of "digital audio".  if you want to you can go ahead and open
it up before you send it to have a peek. :)  they're pretty cool.  they're
not silver like your audio ones, they are gold and usually green on the
bottom side.  use the same care with these cds as you would with regular
audio cds.  hold from edges, don't touch bottom, etc.

they should be about $5-$7 each when buying one, two or three at a time.
you may want to group up with some other listees and all buy them at one
time because i've recently come across cds in bulk of 50 or more for
$1.75+tax(5%) each.  now that's cheap!

quality
=======
the cd audio standard is above what the average person can hear as audio
distortion (a hiss or humm).  but this cd will only sound as good as the
boot tape.  there will be a very slight loss of sound quality during
analog-to-digital conversion (it's not generally noticable to the human
ear, but is visible on an oscilloscope or other digital spectrum analyzer).
some people can hear the difference though.  i usually can't but on some
notes and instruments i can hear it.

the cd will either be in stereo or mono.  whatever the source tape is it
will be the same.  i do have some audio analyzing software that can remove
some of the humm or hiss ... but i can't say as to its effectiveness.
sometimes it works perfectly and other times it doesn't.  it's kinda like
the "dolby noise reduction" on your stereo.  some songs it takes out all
noise, others it doesn't do a thing to.

playability
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the cd i burn for you will be able to be played on all home, car and
portable cd players.  there are some cd players that won't accept cds
that are more than so many minutes long.  i recently burned one for a
friend of mine that was exactly 73min 45sec and her cd player she had
in her car played it, her mom's played it but her little boom box at
home would not play it.  there's nothing i can do about that because
it's not a limitation of the process i use to make the cd.  it's a
limitation of the hardware used to play it back.

mp3 compression
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mp3 compression is what's called "layer-3" audio/video compression.  it
takes music, uses complex math to analyze the signal and then compresses
the raw audio data into a digital database.  the digital database then
takes up far less space than the original raw audio data.  the result is
(without any loss of sound quality) about 10:1 ratio, 10 cds will fit onto
1 cd.  with radio quality (slight loss of quality) you can get 15:1, with
tape quality (even more loss, but still as good as audio cassettes are
anyway) you can get about 22:1 ratios.  even higher ratios are available
with mono compressions (instead of stereo), or if you go with human voice
quality or telephone quality.  you can actually store over 14,000 minutes
of mono phone-quality speech or music on a single cd using mp3.  it's fairly
amazing that way. :)

it is an excellent compression algorithm but the downside to this marvelous
feature is you have to have some complex machine to retrieve it.  it actually
takes a fully dedicated 486dx/33 to play it in real time.  anything slower
than that and you get choppy playback (sounds like a cd skipping).  i have
a pentium 133 that i typically use and i can playback in realtime and don't
notice any system slowdown for general stuff (e-mail, word processing,
accounting, etc.).  but if i try to do programming or heavy disk functions
then i notice a big choppy effect that lasts until the disk stuff is done.

a great advantage of having the mp3 compressed cd is you can pop in a single
cd and have 40 or so boots available to pick and choose track from track.  i
have taken all of my indigo girls cd's and compressed them so they all fit on
a single cd in mp3 format.  i can go straight from watershed to shed your skin
to midnight train to georgia to kid fears to whatever... :)  i can select the
whole disc and hit "random" and it goes all the way through the entire indigo
girls selection of all cds for me.  never the same show twice. hehehe :)

if you want me to compress the data into mp3 format for you then specify:
  a) mono or stereo
  b) if you want the tapes broken up into separate directories and how
     you want them specified.  (i'm making this cd in windows 95 so you
     can use long filenames).  i use this kind of format for my own stuff:
       \dec-02.97--louisville -the palace\
       \dec-09.97--bloomington - iu auditorium\
     etc.
  c) how you want the jewel case cover to appear.  i use this kind of
     format for my own stuff (dot leaders):
       louisville.............the palace......................dec 02, 1997
       bloomington............iu auditorium...................dec 09, 1997
     etc.

i don't know what else i can tell you.  hope this helps in your decision
and gives you a base of info! :)))

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if you have any other specific questions please feel free to e-mail me.
i'll answer as best i can. :)  thanks y'all!
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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 16:48:43 -0500
reply-to:     lori and gavin macleod <macleods@spectranet.ca>
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ok my husband subscribes to "hockey news" and there was actually ig content
in the feb 6 issue!

the article is about hayley wickenheiser who is on the canadian women's
olympic hockey team and is titled "wickenheiser: closer to fine".

i don't really want to transcribe the whole thing to the list, but basically
the article talks about her and then in the last 2 paragraphs it says:

"the team has a band with wilson and wickenheiser on guitar, defensemen judy
diduck and cassie campbell providing vocals and goalie manon rheaume on
drums. "actually manon isn't working out too well," wickenheiser laughed.
they're trying to master a song by the indigo girls named closer to fine,
the story of a woman's struggle to find the meaning of life.
undeniably, wickenheiser is also getting closer to fine. "

i thought it was kind of wacky!
lori

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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 17:05:38 -0500
reply-to:     juliet <js_carri@alcor.concordia.ca>
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subject:      re: guitar questions -:)shame on you
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well, i've always played soy  a, a, d, e, and it sounds ok... but if they
say a5, maybe they're right..but try a...
i just feel like sharing ..my friend can do amy's solo, and when we play
together its much-o fun-o! we feel all pro, but really we're so
not! ;p
amy's solo is quite easy to figure out. (we're just missing the banjo now,
anyone out there want to join us? ;p)
see ya'll!
july ;)

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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 14:09:14 -0800
reply-to:     ariel federow <bean@u.washington.edu>
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subject:      seattle show & boot request...
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hi, anyways, i'm new to the list and all, and have a request -- is it
possible i could get someone to make me a copy of /colors of grey/, or
whatever it is that was amy's solo tape?  i can send a blank tape, various
mix tapes from my rather small collection of ani difranco & ig cds, or
even -- if you ask nicely -- a recording of me yodeling in the shower. ;)

and i got to go to my very first(!) ig concert in seattle maybe a week
ago...i dunno.  it was simply glamorous, i was up in the very last row
dancing around, but -- a&e didn't seem to be talking much.  is this a
trend, or was it just that night -- they didn't seem to be working the
crowd too much.  of course, they were simply wonderful, but i was kind of
hoping for more little anecdotes and things.  but hey -- it still rocked.
=)

thanks, and if you can help with the boot thing email me,
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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 17:10:06 -0500
reply-to:     carolyn e turett <ceturett@juno.com>
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subject:      shoot me now...i'm looking for...

could the person who sent me the chords to carry me away please send them
again...i went to print it out, but i accidentally hit delete!  ack!!!!
sftwob....

carolyn
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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 15:55:36 -0800
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hi everybody--
sorry to all of you whose first names start with k-m.  i mistyped hugh's
(your branch) address.  the address is:
hugh404@ix.netcom.com
i'm so sorry about that!
also, for people in australia--it looks like there will be an australian
branch.  i'm just waiting to confirm who it will be and i will post it.
thanks,
leslie

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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 19:01:58 est
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hi.  i'm new to the list having joined it after last monday's concert in san
francisco.  i'm very interested in getting copies of the recent concerts,
especially the l.a. one and anything that has blister in the sun on it.  (they
didn't play the latter when i saw them.  i'd be most grateful for information
on this.

thanks,

pat goldman
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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 16:20:26 -0800
reply-to:     leslie holeman <holeman@cats.ucsc.edu>
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hello--
i just got back from the concert in la, and it was so damn awesome!!!
it was so much better than the warfield show (which i thought was amazing).
i think that was mainly due to my mental state and the acoustics of the
theatre.  universal has really good sound, but the sound in the pit at the
warfield sucks,(sorry to say).
anyway, all babbling aside, i taped the show but i had some very
unfortunate problems.  i was in the car listening to the tape after the
show, thinking what a good recording it is, and suddenly is stops right in
the middle of "it's alright".  i was (and still am) so pissed, because the
recording was really quite good.  people were mellow at the show, and like
i said--good acoustics.  i guess i somehow accidentally hit the stop button
(i'm hating myself for that), but i resumed recording when i turned the
tape over.  so, i missed whatever they played between it's alright and the
matthew sweet song.   also, because the tape was prematurely stopped, when
i turned the tape over, there wasn't as much room as i thought there would
be, so there is a big chunk missing from scooter boys while i panicked and
changed tapes.  i don't know if i'm making any sense, so please excuse me
if i'm not.
anyway, if anybody has a *complete* recording of the show, i really want to
trade with you!!!  please, anybody...email me!!!
also, i'm still momentarily off the list and i haven't seen what anybody
has posted about this show, so could somebody please email me the set list?
i want to know exactly what i'm missing.
thank you!!!
leslie

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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 16:23:45 -0800
reply-to:     leslie holeman <holeman@cats.ucsc.edu>
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one more thing for all you people in europe--
if you want this tape, your branch will be:
kathrin
kathrin.siegmund@stud.uni-hannover.de
leslie

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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 17:54:47 -0800
reply-to:     leslie holeman <holeman@cats.ucsc.edu>
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ok, i'm procrastinating and killing time, so i'm going to tell you all
about that great show.  first of all, i think it's interesting that it
wasn't sold out and that many people (including myself) got to move down to
much better seats.  my original seats sucked, but i got to move down to
right above the pit and i felt like i was standing right in front of emily.
i loved it!  i also had binoculars, so i could see everything so well.  i
love the pained and serious look emily gets on her face when she hits those
high notes. :)  and i was really surprised at how high her voice can
actually go.  in a certain part in shed your skin, her voice gets up there
in the opera soprano range!  i was quite impressed.  at first i wasn't sure
if that high pitched sound i was hearing actually was emily, but then i
looked at her with the binoculars, and it sure was her!  i must admit i do
tend to focus more on her, but i did notice some interesting things about
amy too.  that woman gets into it--with my binoculars, i could see
scratches on her guitars from strumming so hard.  such passion!
i was just so happy at that theatre.  i was more stressed out at the
warfield because certain drunk people in the pit were getting on my nerves.
but the conditions at universal were kind--cozy seats, people standing for
the snappy songs and sitting down for the mellow songs.  i was right in
front of a sea of people standing up, where if amy and emily looked that
direction, i would be one of the first people they saw.  this actually kind
of freaked me out once when i was standing there looking at emily with my
binoculars, and it really seemed like she looked right at me and smiled.
this could very well be all in my imagination, but the idea of her noticing
me staring at her with binoculars was really weird and i felt guilty
somehow.  after that, i chilled a little with the binoculars.  ok, so i was
being a little paranoid!  i just really loved watching their fingers and
their faces as they played and sang.  i really couldn't see that well
without the binoculars.  it would have just been two figures and some
guitars playing awesome music.
the guests they had were great too.  i'm wondering why they waited until
the very last song to bring out ani difranco (that's unfortunate).  and
danielle howle rocks!!  she's a great performer.  very quirky--very cool.
i even bought their cd that night.  ok, i know i've been talking more about
my own experience than about the show itself, but i figure people on the
list have that covered.  i'll stop wasting time now.  i could go on and on,
but i'll resist.  thanks for reading! :)
leslie

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sftob....adding to my "wonderful" day, i lost the email with the details bout
the seattle tree cause i think i am supposed to be a branch...so whoever is
organizing this could you please send me the info again so i can get my tapes
out to you...sorry for my stupidity (probably the only time i will ever
apologize for this)

peace
sasha

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hi all,
i am not to proud to beg for a copy of the la show with matthew sweet, & ani
as guests. i would offer up my much traded first born, or more practically (&
less in need of diapers), anything from my boot list...

groveling,
alexandra

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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 20:12:05 -0700
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hi everyone!  i was just wondering if anyone in the phoenix area would be
kind enough to give me directions to union hall in phoenix.  i'm driving
in from out of town for the concert and don't want to get lost!  thanks so
much!

lin

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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 23:38:26 -0500
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i've had several of the same requests so i'll go ahead and post this
publically again.

hey kind friends!  :)

if you have specific instructions regarding how you would like the
tracks arranged then please include those instructions as well.  an
example of this would be if your version of chickenman has a stream
of consciosness in the middle, or breaks into another song for a while
and then comes back to chickenman.  you could have me do it several
ways.  it's up to you... for example:

        1) store it as a single track
        2) break it into 3 tracks
                a) chickenman start
                b) stream of consciousness
                c) chickenman end
        3) break it into 2 tracks
                a) chickenman start
                b) stream of consciousness + rest of chickenman.

another thing might be like ani difranco's intros are on living in clip!
she has some really short tracks that are just the intros.  stuff like
"man this is so f**king weird it's unbelievable!" which is the opening
part for gravel on disc 1.  it's only a few seconds but it's a totally
separate track.

the cd can continue playing without pauses inbetween songs so it will
still sound the same no matter how you have me do it.  it's just a matter
of personal preference about how you want it.  :)  one other factor to
consider is how many tracks your cd player can handle.  most home cd
players can handle 29 without any problems.  but it's up to you.

take care!  have a great week everyone... :)

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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 20:51:04 -0800
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hkf's~

        the final jeopardy category for game 2 is "lyrics"~~

if you have a positive score in game 2, please email me with your wager and
i will send you the question.


tony

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date:         sun, 1 feb 1998 23:06:48 -0600
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neither do i, but it happened, according to connie grauer, mrs. fun's singer/keyboardist.

i met connie this afternoon at a taping of this local public radio show called hotel milwaukee.  i was singing a bach cantata with a small choral ensemble as part of the show, and she accompanied this really good singer, whose name i didn't catch, on piano.  so i went up to her later on and complimented her on the dec. 8 gig with the indigo girls which they opened for.  she told me that she and kim zick had been good friends with amy & emily for 9 years (!!!), and that ig opened for mrs. fun once way back when (wow, that would have been an awesome show to see back in 1989 or whenever it was!).  connie was very approachable (not surprising, since she's also a kindergarten teacher), and she asked my name and what part i sang with the "american bach project", as we were called.  connie also said that as the tour progressed, they got to jam on more ig songs than they did in milwaukee, which seemed to be the case from the concert reviews posted on this list.

anyway, i was pretty excited to get a chance to schmooze a little with someone who is so close to my favorite musicians and songwriters in the whole world!  maybe if i keep it up, i might get my dream of jamming with the indigo girls to come true (yeah, right!).

a scary thought hit me when i got home, though:  the bach piece was in german, and i think connie knows german quite well--i hope i/we didn't screw it up too badly!

peace,
barb

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 00:14:54 -0500
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i was driving in my car tonight listening to the girls and this question
suddenly popped into my head:

when amy and em write their songs, do they write each other's counter
melody?  for example, if it is amy's song, does she write the overlapping
melody for em, or do they start jamming and then em adds her own thing in?
and vice versa....anyone know?


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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 03:40:24 -0800
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okay, it's 3 a.m. and i just got back from san diego (i live in l.a.) and
i had to post about the concert.
as i mentioned before, it was my first concert. i was so excited, i was
the 2nd person in line to be let in. i got there _really_ early. i talked
a whole bunch to the girl in back of me, and it turns out she had a front
row seat dead center. literally, you couldn't get a better seat than hers.
i was only one row behind her, and most people didn't show up until after
danielle howle, so i sat next to her during that whole part.
btw, the tantrums rocked! i thought they were very cool. i bought their
new cd during the break and she signed it for me. very nice :)
anyway, so the girls take the stage, and it is completely unreal for me. i
couldn't believe i was actually there. i was able to sneak in a camera, so
i took pictures (i hope they come out.) the concert was amazing. at first
people were just sitting in their seats, which really bugs me. especially
during upbeat songs. most of the people in the two front rows were older,
and didn't appear to be very familiar with the girls. that's a shame, i
think. some people were being really nasty, like telling a girl she was
clapping too loud. they were in the second friggin row, for god's sake.
you couldn't get any closer to the speakers!!

i was still illicitly sitting in the front row, but i got sick of everyone
just sitting down, so i got up and danced. then emily and amy said "it's
okay for y'all to dance and sing!" then they started playing something
fast (sorry i don't remember what) and everyone started to get up.
security was being a pain at first, but the girls told them to lay off. to
make a long story short, i ended up in the dead center, about 3 feet away
from the girls. ohmigod. but wait- it doesn't stop there.. oh, no...

i stayed there the whole concert, and emily made eye contact with me a
bunch of times and smiled at me, cause i was really rocking out. it was
very fun. the highlights i can think of, hmm... chickenman was awesome, as
was romeo and juliet, and blister in the sun was great!! the crowd got
really into it, and everyone was dancing and singing. the girls seemed so
happy and even made a joke about clinton. hee hee...

now comes the moment which probably defines my whole life. i had made a
sign that said "this is my 1st ig concert. can i sing c.2.f with you?" i
held it up a couple of songs into the show, and since emily was about 3
feet away she saw it immediately and smiled and nodded her head.

so that girl you saw singing closer to fine on stage?? that was me!!!!!
i'm sure i probably looked like a geek, dancing up there by myself, but
who the hell cares?????!!! i sang with the indigo girls!!!!!

oh, yes.... it's kind of weird.. once i got up there, i wasn't nervous at
all. i mean, i was in front of thousands of people, next to my two
favorite women in the whole world, and it felt like i was singing along
with a group of friends. totally surreal. i felt so comfortable!!
it was so much fun.. ohmigod. danielle and i sang the lyrics starting, "i
stopped by the bar at 3 a.m..." and soloed for a while. when we got to the
end of the verse, i harmonized with danielle (went high- i'm a soprano)
and amy looked at me with this big smile and said, "wow!" i was so out of
breath most of the time from being so excited, i don't even know if people
could hear me. i hope not, but amy seemed to think i did pretty damn well
:) i got to hug amy and emily and get a pick, and had my picture taken of
me with them onstage. what an incredible experience...

it ran through my head while i was up there that at this same time exactly
two weeks ago, i was lying in the hospital because i tried to kill myself.
who ever would have thought? i will say that to all my suicidal friends
from now on... just wait- in two weeks you might be on stage with the
indigo girls!!

i waited outside to thank them and see if i could get their autograph, but
they were really tired and so just waved and smiled at everyone. that's
okay, though... :)

i am not a religious person per se, but i think god was watching out for
me, and tonight somehow was a way of telling me life is worth living, and
a way to congratulate me for making it through all this. i can hardly
believe it was all luck... i just know my life has been changed through
this.. forever.

i could elaborate on setlists and apparel and conversation, but i am
exhausted right now and still savoring the glow of my 5 minutes of fame.
i'm sure someone else will do the concert justice.

thank you to everyone who has sent me their support over these last few
days. it has lifted my spirits more than you can possibly imagine. i hope
each of you will feel sometime in your life just as i did when i was up
there with the girls. y'all deserve it. :)

good night..
emily

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 08:39:15 -0500
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hi y'all!  :)

well it was bound to happen i suppose.  *sigh*  i am not offering to
put any tapes you happen to have onto cd for free.  i am only offering
to put ig boots onto cds for fellow ig listees.  i'm not a service.
i would do something like an indicated tape or other ig related tape,
but i'm not going to put your brother's 3rd grade music recital on for
you.  sorry.  :(

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you for your patience these recent days.

have a great week y'all! :)

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 08:59:46 -0400
reply-to:     sguarnieri@vmsvax.simmons.edu
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i just saw that someone sent a request for this... me too me too please!!!
i have all the lyrics printed out but have never heard the music :(.
let me know how to get this please!!
i hope you're having a great day
shayna


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asst. to the director                           no expectations, for she
simmons college                                 is never disappointed.
m.a.t. program

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 14:03:40 -0800
reply-to:     amy mednick <amy1@alpeng.com>
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yeah, the one with the amy interview. i'm not a collector so it's "free"
for the asking - almost. it cost me $3.95, and will cost me $1.70 to
mail first class. the catch? you gotta buy the next homeless person you
see a decent meal - or put the money in a jar to fight breast cancer -
or...well, you get the idea. first person who asks...and promises. we're
on the honor system, here folks.

amy
fort lauderdale

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 14:15:30 -0800
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i've got my winner. thanks, y'all.

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 12:50:08 est
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so did i miss something or did ani actually come out and help the girls sing
c2f?

if anybody has a boot of this...i would be willing to do almost anything for
it...i can't fathom a&e and ani singing c2f together...i mean forthe love of
ani that had to be surreal!

and now i have to ponder why out of the numerous times i have seen a&e,
nothing like that ever happens...i mean i'm still waiting to see r&j live...

so if this boot exists...please help me! thanks

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 12:59:16 -0500
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        hi folks,

        i'm asking this again, because i got no responses last time,
and i'm dying to hear this!  does anyone have a copy of one of the
recent indigo girls shows in which they covered pink floyd's "wish you
were here?"  i'd even be willing to make an uneven trade for this... i
have stuff to trade, or i can send you blanks, or whatever.

        thanks tons again...

        mike feeney             "a lovestruck romeo..."

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 12:57:44 est
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molly...i tried to e mail you but aol said you were an unknown user...

so could ya please write and give me your new address?  thanks

or if anyone else happens to know where molly is email me...

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 11:18:52 +0000
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got back from the la show, and since it's been reviewed
already i'll keep it short.  right after "it's alright" i went to
the front (chased momentarily by a security guard) where
some very sweet women let me hang out for a bit and hold
up a sign.  another security guard illuminated it with a
flashlight, how sweet and un-guard-like!  it read "please
dedicate kid fears to the children in chiapas".
funny coming from me, huh??  anyhow, amy read it
and said "oh.  oh, wow...", clearly touched.  i put my fist
to my heart in a gesture of camaraderie, and she returned
the gesture.  with all the guest performances, they didn't
have time to add it to the set list, but if anyone was at
the sd show and they played it and dedicated it that way,
could you let me know?  listen for it at the next shows!

elizabeth from denver with the weight of chiapas in her
hands

btw the internet sit-in went very well -- we lost 4 out of
the 5 mexican banks' web servers in the process!  guess
we got our message across.  thanks to everyone who has
been supportive.

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 13:43:07 est
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to all listees:

i couple of days ago, i posed the question to everyone concerning my quest to
obtain the indigo girls screen saver.  the response to help me out has been
overwhelming!  thanks to everyone!

brian

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 14:00:31 -0400
reply-to:     sguarnieri@vmsvax.simmons.edu
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from:         shayna guarnieri <sguarnieri@vmsvax.simmons.edu>
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can i get the screen saver? how does that work? sorry if
i missed that some time back.


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shayna guarnieri                                what happens to a woman
asst. to the director                           is less significant than
simmons college                                 what happens within her.
master of arts in teaching program

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 14:17:32 -0500
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hey folks,

  i just heard a rumor that sarah maclachin (i know i slaughtered her
name -- i can't spell worth a damn as many of the old timers around
here know) is playing at a small club in the b-more/dc area in the
next few weeks.  its not the 9:30 and its not wolftrap.  does anyone
have information on this show?

                                thanks,

                                  chris

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 13:31:20 +0000
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just checked out a cool web site, and found lots of
chiapas info among other things.  turns out there are
a number of orgs in denver that are working on projects
for chiapas and native american issues that i didn't know
existed.   since so many people asked me how to get involved,
and no one has complained about my nigc yet, here's
the site -- see if there are things going on in your
area!  http://www.ifconews.org/

email me if you are interested in the denver orgs.

elizabeth from denver back from la

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 15:30:53 -0500
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hey y'all!!

after several weak attempts at getting andy information about maia sharp
off the net, i am coming to y'all with a request...does anyone know
anything about her?  her album "hardly glamour" is fantastic....

any info?  mail me privately..

thanks-
karrie

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 13:22:46 -0800
reply-to:     "j. croft" <jiblet@pretenders.org>
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i had my dat working overtime the past few days and managed to get the
santa barbara, los angeles, and san diego shows recorded.  if anyone would
like to trade, please drop me a note.  i'd love to do dat trades if anyone
has mastered other ig shows, but good sounding analog tapes are great, too.
right now i really don't have the time or resources to set up a tree or do
any blank-tape-plus-postage dubs - perhaps down the road.  thanks - jib

      jl jiblet croft ** jiblet@pretenders.org ** http://www.pretenders.org

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 14:25:42 -0700
reply-to:     "amy m." <indigrrl@selway.umt.edu>
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i just found out mary lou lord is coming here in a little over a month. i
know i've heard of her and i was thinking it was on this lovely list,
soooo if anyone has any info, it would be much appreciated. e-mail
privately, of course.

thanks,
amy m.

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 16:58:23 -0400
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hey, y'all.

        i was just wondering if any of you have the chord/tab for "i'll be
there", off of _color me grey_.  i'd like to play it at an open mic a
couple of weeks from now.  also, i just bought iris dement's cd, _my life_.
i'd heard about her, thought that i might like her,  took a gamble, and
lost.  she's just not my style.  so, i'm stuck with a cd that i really
don't want.  i thought that maybe there might be someone on the list who
might want to strike a deal for the cd.  for those of you who don't know
her, she's kind of a really twangy rickie lee jones-type with some joan
baez thrown in for good measure.  a very distinct voice, to say the least.
i paid $14 for it and only listened to it once.  i don't feel right in
asking for $ for it, so i thought that i'd try to arrange some sort of
equivalent boot trade or whatnot if anyone's interested.  i just hate the
fact that i wasted $14 on a cd that i'm not going to listen to and thought
that there might be someone here who will be willing to give iris a new
home.

                                                thanks,

                                                                sarah :-)

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 17:01:24 est
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hey y'all-
i have to write as term paper for my senior english class and the topic is the
interrelationship of the arts, wherein the student must chose a piece of art
such as a painting or drawing by an artist and a piece of literature whether
it be lyrics or a poem or something...i have chosen to do "this train revised"
and a piece of art symbolizing the holocaust- problem is: i cannot find any
artwork that is symbolic of this terrible event...does anyone know of an
artist who painted a scene representative of the holocaust or of a piece that
they think represents the holocaust...i need all the help that i can get...my
libraries have nada....thanks to all that can help-

indigo smiles-
jen

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 17:14:55 -0500
reply-to:     marivel danielson <marivel@umich.edu>
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okay all you nervous and anxious photo hungry folks.  a huge shipment of photos
went out to y'all just minutes ago.  the first 20 of you who sent me the $3 and
sase should have the photos in a few days.  there are maybe 5 more of you whose
sases i still have in my possession and as soon as i can get out to have more
reprints made you'll have yours too.

and now while i've got the attention of many of you, i have something else i
want to mention.  for anyone sending sases and for all of us out here who
receive them...please for the love of gods and goddesses everywhere, do not put
metered postage on sases!!!  i just sent someone an envelope with photos and it
had this metered strip postage on it.  i would have held on to it and asked the
individual to send me the right postage, but i didn't realize it until to late
(pray that it gets there anyway).  so now i know.  and now you know.  when you
are getting postage for sases you *must* use actual stamps.  when these metered
things have dates on them, they are only supposed to be used that same day.  the
postal workers don't know what you are doing, so they don't tell you it won't
work.  believe me.  if you don't know how much postage something needs, ask the
postal worker, then tell him/her that you want the postage put on in stamps, not
a metered sticker.  otherwise you cannot be assured that the sase will make it
back to you.

wow.  sorry that was long-winded.  but it will hopefully save a lot of us a lot
of trouble down the line.  a little public service announcement.  okay back to
regualarly scheduled programming.  take care all...

marivel

    "so just look for me in the shadows
     behind you i'll always remain
     cause i wasn't worth your heartache
     and you're not worth my pain."

                         --me

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 14:22:36 pst
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subject:      left me a fool tab/chords

can anyone email me the tab/chords for left me a fool?  or point me to
a web site........thanks!

val

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 17:55:05 est
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hi all,

    i wanted to let you know how the show in san diego went...i went to the
show in la..and felt the need to go again... i'll do anything for the
girls...anyways, the show was great, however the crowd was a little
lacking...anyways..the music was great...well worth the drive...but hey i knew
it would be!!!

i was wondering if anyone had a boot to this show, or the la show...i am kinda
new to the whole exchange thing, but i am willing to make copies of some
pictures i took when i get them deveolped...or send a blank tape or
whatever...if you have this show taped..e-mail me privately...

see ya,
emily
"you hafta laugh at yourself sometimes, otherwise you'd cry your eyes out"  --
    --e.saliers

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 17:58:23 +0000
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can someone please direct me to the tab for the shame on you solo??  it's
really easy but i wanna check it out!

thanks
rob
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*  so shed your skin, baby, let it through!" *
*                           --amy ray        *
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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 18:15:07 est
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sarah mc lachlan is playing at towson in baltimore...which last time i checked
isn't a small club...(of course neither is wolf trap)

the only other place she is playing around this area is in richmond at the
arena there and i think in philly...

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 18:48:12 -0500
reply-to:     marivel danielson <marivel@umich.edu>
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can rhea s. please contact me as soon as possible?  i have a 110min and 100min
blank from you but i lost the note telling me what they were for.  i'll send
them out as soon as i hear from you...

marivel

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     the world is in my hands
     i am the one, oh i am the one
     who'll see you through 'til the end

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 17:31:30 -0700
reply-to:     "pamela d. shaw" <sparkle@primenet.com>
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hey all!  i have been on the list for about 5 years, but i've been silently
lurking for the past 3 or so.

since i moved from nyc to la, i have not been able to see the girls as much
as i used to (they tour east coast so much more!!)  but i was able to see
these last three so cal shows (and i was lucky enough to have 2nd, 3rd and
4th row tix for the 3 nights)


some concert notes:

some interesting news i learned last night at the sd show- jerry marotta is
no longer working with them at present.  someone from the crowd yelled
"where's jerry?"  and they said that he's gone... working on other things-
but they are sure they will work together again at some point in their
careers.  sara, on the other hand was stated as simply being "on vacation".
nothing was mentioned about jane- or is she no longer considered core band
(the way scarlet simply drifted off)?

small fashion tidbit (and i haven;t been reading no cal reviews- so if this
has been mentioned- forgive me):  emily was wearing a cool silver dangly
bracelet on her left hand.  i would think it would interfere with her guitar
playing, but she was the same guitar goddess she has always been.

a cute emily moment in sb was when emily was playing winthrop, she was
fidgeting in her seat before beginning.  she said- i need to be sure i can
see the keyboard- i am still learning.  i really love how the girls learn
new instruments and incorperate them into their music.

amy has begun to drink coke on stage- whatever happenned to tea?  and i
thought they used to drink diet coke if they had soda.  all three nights,
amy was sipping regular coke! :)

romeo and juliet in san diego was particularly amazing.  i have never been a
huge fan of the song, but it is wonderful to watch amy in all her passion
singing so well.

emily sang with vonda (i forget the name of the song) in la, and i saw a bit
of amy's fire in emily for the first time in my approx. 30 ig concerts.  she
is normally so contained.  even when you see her at her most emotional
(ghost, left me a fool, virginia woolf, etc.) she doesn't express her
emotions physically (hand movements, etc.)  but she was in amazing form
during this song and she sounded beautiful and was so incredibly expressive.

amy has new hand movements.  those who have seen her recently - didja
notice?? :)

a & e seemed to be in wonderful moods throughout all 3 shows down here.  i
was sad to see them leave the state.  i hope they return soon!

danielle howle is so funny.  she is so goofy, and she is just completely,
unabashedly herself- no matter how goofy that may be!  it was fun to see her
and chat with her.  genuinely nice person.

i was disappointed they they didnt sing bmhawk.  i screamed it out both in
la and in sd- in la amy acknowledged it, but it didn;t show up on the set
lists.  hopefully, they will sing it during the next few shows.


anyway- back into lurkedom.  it's been fun!

pamela

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 19:17:19 -0500
reply-to:     rick hodgin <foxmuldr@indy.net>
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>when amy and em write their songs, do they write each other's counter
>melody?

hi steph!  :)

i heard an interview amy & emily did on a radio station called the mountain
where amy says that emily usually knows where the harmonies go.  they both
work on them but emily has even taught amy how to sing counter melodies,
etc.  they both work on those parts together but there's usually an intent
or direction.

hope this helps! :))))

~~~~~           *
|o|  all       /'\    "scooter boys and argentinians / europe |o|
|o| things    /' '\    shed the blood of the indians / here   |o|
|o| indigo   /'   '\   i sit in the land of plenty / cryin'   |o|
|o| - rick     / \     about my own virginity" - amy ray      |o|

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 19:51:15 -0500
reply-to:     michael reynolds <asl@umcs.maine.edu>
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subject:      blank cd's - inquiry, some info...
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first of all - rich is awesome - let us sing his praises!
(no i am not sending him any boots, and he did not pay me!)
just a few suggestions - if someone is getting a show burned - burn another
copy for a friend in need, or as a "borrower". since rick is doing much of
the mastering of a disc, getting an extra, from the info i have is easier if
you still have the wav files to rerecord or just burn from the first disc as
a audio burn. (that probably was unclear) but, if you get a extra to lend
out to others to trade - it only takes a minimal amount of time to make an
audio copy - the same as if you were letting someone borrow a tape and
saving the second person the time for mastering it - get what i mean?
secondly - one should not pay more than five bucks for a blank cdr - really!
i personally see them in hickville maine for  around 3 bucks, staples selles
ricoh (i think) 10 packs for $25 bucks. also - be wary of using maxell cd's
- i heard they are really difficult to get a clean burn off with. i use
verbatrim or (and i heard these are not the best) kodak. however,bucking
conventional wisdom (out of ignorance really) the two cdr's i currently own
are maxell and kodak for audio...
for what it's worth - i am trying to learn more about cd burning for, umm,
ahh, professional knowledge, not personal use or anything..<grin>
<if you are burning with win 95 - email me, i have questions...>

mike r.
*trying to tackle shakespeare report tonight*
<grumble, grumble>

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 19:31:54 -0500
reply-to:     all amerikan grrrl <swood@satie.arts.usf.edu>
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carol wrote me this and then asked me to forward it to the list!

*********************
  st-st-st-st-steph


---------- forwarded message ----------
date: mon, 02 feb 1998 01:05:45 est
from: carol & sarah <chickenwomyn@hotmail.com>
to: swood@satie.arts.usf.edu
subject: re: song question

i'm not sure, but my guess is that they add their harmony after one has
played the other the song. i think the other makes up the guitar parts
for themselves.  i don't know if em makes up guitar solo's in amy's
songs, since she can't really play them ('least she dosn't). as for
counter melodies (counterpoint) i bet the original writer probably tells
of the concept, and the other learns it.  but i'm not sure.
i have a question though...do they actually write out music at all?  do
they just go by the music in their head.  do they write out tabs or
staff music?  i just wonder.  did either evr take music theory in
college or something?  thats enough curiosity for tonight.

carol

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 20:56:42 -0500
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humdeedum....my e-mail box is still down cuz o' my "virus." that ain't
good. :(  i'm still able to access my mail from campus computers, but i
can't get into my box full of saved messages....it sucks...
o.k....now that you have this unnecessary info. about me, i'll get down
to business. :)
i am currently working on a project for my native american themes class
and am planning on incorporating the whole "honor the earth" deal into
it....i'm going to be presenting some music from the honor1 c.d.....
ummm...i'm thinking "wounded knee" (reversing hour) for sho...and luka
bloom's "bury my heart at wounded knee" as well...but instead of just
playing the c.d. of "blood quantum," i wanna do it myself...ya' know, on
my geeeeetar...so, if any kind soul out there has taken it upon
him/herself to transcribe it, i'd give you a large cash reward in
return...i really wanna do this, so if you have it or know where i can
find it, i'd appreciate it. ;)

thanks so much,
bethany :)
(by the way...i was kiddin' about the cash reward :)

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 21:18:47 -0500
reply-to:     rick hodgin <foxmuldr@indy.net>
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hkf's! :)

i've referred to some interviews lately and i thought everyone might
like to hear them.  it's realaudio and there are 4 segments.  the last
two are them singing get out the map (acoustic, no banjo) and shame on
you.  the 2nd one is them discussion how they come up with their totally
famous harmonies. :)  and the first one is about them learning new
instruments for sots album and tour.

http://www.kmtt.com/realaudio/indigo1.ram       ; learning new instruments
http://www.kmtt.com/realaudio/indigo2.ram       ; how they write harmonies
http://www.kmtt.com/realaudio/indigo3.ram       ; get out the map (acoustic)
http://www.kmtt.com/realaudio/indigo4.ram       ; shame on you

take care! :)

~~~~~           *
|o|  all       /'\    "scooter boys and argentinians / europe |o|
|o| things    /' '\    shed the blood of the indians / here   |o|
|o| indigo   /'   '\   i sit in the land of plenty / cryin'   |o|
|o| - rick     / \     about my own virginity" - amy ray      |o|

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 20:03:58 -0700
reply-to:     verdi@imap2.asu.edu
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it's been a long time since i've posted but here i am. i just hope that
this will get to everyone in pheonix on time.
since there seem to bunches of people going to the union hall concert
would anyone like to have a get together before or after the concert? i
know there's at least seven or eight of you out there. it would be great
if we could have a list party that was bigger than two people(hi jan:)
  amyray, let me know if anyone is interested. i'll either call everyone
or post a place to meet tomorrow or the day of the concert. since i just
turned twenty-one i'm a little partial to going to rosco's...but that's
just me:) ben

" you've got your land of the brave and i've got my land of the free. you
conform to what society says and i conform to me."
-alana davis(yes, the ani cover does suck but the rest of the album is a
real gem.)

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 22:22:39 est
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hey everyone!

i know that ig are very active in human and enviromental rights, but i was
wondering if they were ever involved with the human rights organization
amnesty international?  it seems that it would be right up their ally.  for
those of you who don't know what amnesty is, in short it is a worldwide
organization which helps free pisoners of concious all over the world.  we do
this by writing numerous letters to the governments of countries with human
rights violations, and the quanity of letters hopefully prompt action to help
solve the problems.  amnesty stays verly large because it does not deal with
controversial issues, the philosophy being that we focus on the issues and
cases we know are wrong, rather than the ones that people can have different
opinions about. it couldn't really work any other way.  i got involved within
a chapter at my high school, but they are spread all over the globe.
ok, sorry to take up bandwidth.  i just wanted to ask a simple question about
ig, and i end up describing amnesty....geeze, i'm uncontainable  :p
bye guys
julie

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 22:28:07 est
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in a message dated 98-02-02 22:24:19 est, plainj99@aol.com writes:

<< i know that ig are very active in human and enviromental rights, but i was
wondering if they were ever involved with the human rights organization
amnesty international?  >>

i may be wrong, but i think i remember seeing amnesty international on one of
their cd inserts as a organization that they support. it may even be on
shaming, but i think it's an earlier one. so yeah, i think they're involved.
:)
dana

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 22:25:09 -0500
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hi folks-

in the spirit of ig...

since it seems there are some folks who are still unaware of how to fix
their netscape browser problem, i am posting this info to the entire
list in the hopes that it may be of help to others. you can print out
this message and snail mail it to friends who might still be affected or
simply reach them by phone and read it to them.

(with apologies to the lister who accidentally sent the message and who
has since corrected the problem, i apologize for using the net term
"mail bomb" in an earlier list post.)

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ig list windows 95/netscape 3.0 browser fix

first close all on-line and chat type programs. go offline. try to open
netscape mail and cancel when it tries to connect on-line. if you *can*
open netscape this way... it's unlikely that you've been affected.

if your netscape browser has crashed and burned...

find the netscape folder on your hard drive. it's mostly likely in
'program files' on your primary hard drive. then find the netscape
'mail' folder. open it. find the 2 files named 'inbox' and 'inbox.snm'.
put an unused floppy in its disk drive. copy them to a floppy disk, by
hightlighting both, then clicking 'file' from the 'menu' then clicking
on 'send to' then on '3 1/2 floppy' -- this is just a precautionary
measure, in case a mistake is made while fixing the problem.

delete the file named 'inbox.snm'

rename the file named 'inbox' to 'inbox.txt' (just add ".txt")

open 'inbox.txt' - with an ordinary txt file program like 'notepad'

in the 'menu' click 'find' or 'search' - and type in "jim gates" to
find.

immediately, the name "jim gates" will be highlighted. scroll down to
see the 'subject' - it should be "ig arizona republic article" and the
year in the 'date' should be "2098"

delete the entire message including the header. scroll up to the line
directly under the previous message received, probably the ig list faq
line "http://www.fl.net.au/~sherlyn/ig" (this assumes the preceding
message received was from the ig list). click on that first line and
hold the mouse click, while moving down all the way to the last line of
the message - which _will_ be "http://www.fl.net.au/~sherlyn/ig" then
press the 'delete' key on your key board. the message should vanish
completely. scroll up and down to check.

close 'inbox.txt'  then rename it again - back to 'inbox' (just delete
".txt" - making sure that the "(dot)" is gone.

now, close all the open folders and try to open netscape, without
connecting on-line. assuming you didn't keep trying to open netscape a
million times, suffering netscape "stack dumps" each time... netscape
should open. and don't worry netscape will create a file named
'inbox.snm' by itself.

if, like me, you refused to give up and kept crashing netscape - you may
want to re-load it. (it's not really that difficult or time consuming. i
know cuz i've done it a lot!)

if you have any problems or questions, just ask. i'll try to help as
best i can.

good luck!
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peace to all... in the spirit of ig...
mel

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date:         mon, 2 feb 1998 19:35:11 -0800
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okay, i'll try to keep this brief, but you know how things go when
you're talking about concerts...always something more you want to say.

first of all, i would like to publicly thank listee laura for going to
the show with me.  i just moved to san diego and haven't met too many
people yet (especially any that would want to go to an ig concert), so i
was thankful that she volunteered to be my concert buddy!

i think it's safe to say that laura and i were the first to arrive - we
were four hours early.  we waited about 45 minutes for the black tour
bus to pull up, and when it finally did we got to meet the girls! of
course my brain completely shut down as soon as they stepped off the
bus...a dimwitted "have a good show tonight" and "will you sing my sof
cd for me?" was all i could manage.  i was a bit surprised that there
were no other fans there...where was everybody?

next we went into the arena to listen to the sound check.  first emily
played a few bars from winthrop on the piano, then sang a few lines of
bonnie raitt's "here i am", then strummed a bit on the banjo.  then amy
came out and they played "tried to be true", "love will come to you",
and "mystery" (which was great, even though amy kept messing up her
chords!).  the whole sound check was great - like our own private
concert!

then the actual concert.  i don't think anyone has posted the set list
yet, so i will.

kid fears
wood song
shame on you
  -this song was great because of the audience.  i was sitting in the
   3rd row, and all of a sudden mobs of people from everywhere in
   the arena surrounded me and the front of the stage.
eventually
   security made them leave, but for a while it was pretty intense.
least complicated
dead man's hill
power of two
everything in it's own time
   -amazing.  i've never heard this song live before, and they way
    they sang it was...haunting.
shed your skin
get out the map
romeo and juliet
chickenman
virginia wolf
cut it out - wish you were here
galileo
-encore-
winthrop
   -before emily started to sing she said "you know, encores are so
    stupid sometimes.  i mean, we're just standing over there", and
    she pointed to the side of the stage, behind the speakers.
blister in the sun
   -this song brought the house down.  i've never felt that kind of
    energy at an ig show before.
closer to fine


while there was a small chunk of the audience that refused to stand up,
i thought it was a pretty good crowd.  everyone sang along on every
song, of course, and it was especially exciting during raj, because the
audience was singing almost as loud as amy.  galileo was also great.

there were a few songs that sounded different without the band, but i
enjoyed seeing only amy and emily on stage.  it seemed more intimate
somehow.

okay, no more rambling.  hope you vegas and phoenix fans have fun!

adam

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hey all-
i was wondering if anyone had the chords or tabs to any michelle malone songs.
especially 32 seconds, i love that song and i really want to learn how to play
it!
thanks a lot,
~liz~

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> date:    mon, 2 feb 1998 18:15:07 est
> from:    poprckgrrl@aol.com
> subject: sarah in b-more/dc
>
> sarah mc lachlan is playing at towson in baltimore...which last time i
> checked
> isn't a small club...(of course neither is wolf trap)
>
didn't the person who asked the question also say "sometime in the next
couple of weeks"? the towson date wouldn't fall under that - and its
definitely a huge place- springsteen played there, its an arena, unlike
michelle malone playing 10 minutes away the same night in our cozy
chapel...hint hint...:)

sarah (who will stop making commercial advertisements as soon as tickets
go on sale)
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just to let you all know that according to http://www.rockontv.com ,
indigo girls will be on vh1's "hard rock live!" at 12:00am est.  other
guest include paula cole, k.d. lang, shawn colvin and jewel.  sounds
like a great show!

adam

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on mon, feb 2, someone wrote:

> just to let you all know that according to http://www.rockontv.com ,
> indigo girls will be on vh1's "hard rock live!" at 12:00am est.  other
> guest include paula cole, k.d. lang, shawn colvin and jewel.  sounds
> like a great show!

i just checked.

to clarify, this show is on *sun feb 8* at midnight - *not* mon night.

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dana wrote:
>i may be wrong, but i think i remember seeing amnesty international on one of
>their cd inserts as a organization that they support. it may even be on
>shaming, but i think it's an earlier one. so yeah, i think they're involved.

yup, it's listed on "indigo girls" under the heading:
--->listed below are organizations which we support and urge you to consider
         supporting as well: <---

i've been a long time supporter and member of amnesty, and feel very strongly
about the issues they deal with.
for more information, you can check out their web site: www.amnesty.org

i could go on and on about the amazing work ai does, but i suppose the ig list
is not a place to spout my personal beliefs. if anyone wants to hear my
raves, though, feel free to e-mail me privately.

nite!
cathy

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hi, guess what, i found it!!!!! sunday, feb 8 at midnight on vh!
be there or be square, yea i know that is a lame saying, but i love it!
take care and thanks for the info.
also, thanks for letting me know about rockontv.  cool place!  i already
added it to my 'favorites'!

thanks again, barbara
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>just to let you all know that according to http://www.rockontv.com ,
>indigo girls will be on vh1's "hard rock live!" at 12:00am est.  other
>guest include paula cole, k.d. lang, shawn colvin and jewel.  sounds
>like a great show!
>
>adam
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this was actually from the daily e-mail update send by allstarmag, but i am
guessing it can also be found on their website:

february 2, 1998
http://www.allstarmag.com
___________________________________________________

ani difranco, matthew sweet, jackson browne join indigo girls in l.a.

  the indigo girls' show friday (jan. 30) night at the universal
amphitheater in los angeles turned into a star- studded lovefest,
clocking in at close to two non-stop hours.

  in the first hour, the indigo girls, a.k.a. amy ray and emily
saliers, performed  a diverse assortment of songs from their decade-
long career and even included a cover of pink floyd's "wish you were
here."

  then the fun began. the band was joined first by former atlantans
matthew sweet and singer/ songwriter kristen hall: sweet performed
"someone to pull the trigger" with hall, ray, and saliers on backing
vocals, then hall later sang her own "let it rain." the indigo girls
were then joined by longtime pal -- and ally mcbeal songstress -- vonda
shepard, the unsigned artist who currently finds herself amid a label
bidding war, who performed her song "baby" and later accompanied the
girls on keyboards for a moving rendition of "love's recovery."
(shepard and the girls, who have toured together before, are said to be
recording together soon. details to come.)

  the night's surprises didn't end with sweet, hall, and shepard.
acclaimed singer/ songwriter/ activist john trudell joined the fun by
performing the spoken word piece "out of the blue," from his recent
album honor, released last year on ray's own daemon records. next up
was jackson browne, who joined the girls for a spirited version of
"gallileo." (he had contributed the backing vocals to the song on their
rites of passage album.)

  opening act danielle howle and the tantrums (also on daemon) and
assorted guests joined in for a rousing rendition of the voilent
femmes' "blister in the sun," proving that buried somewhere, the indigo
girls do have a sense of humor. and last but not least, the crowd went
nuts when ani difranco joined the ensemble onstage for the closing
number "closer to fine."

  although the surprise guests were politely received, they went
relatively unrecognized -- it was apparent who this crowd was here to
see. no live review of the indigo girls would complete without
stressing the importance of the relationship this duo shares with their
fans. even after a decade of constant touring, the two performers still
seem genuinely moved by the reaction of their rabid fans, who sing
along to every song, and yes, still light their bics.

--michelle roche
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hi y'all!

i have been a member of amnesty international for a looooong time.  i
think i do remember the girs showing some support for ai.  i can't
remember where i saw this, but i am pretty certain.

as of now, amnesty has not sent me (or my student group) any information
about chiapas, so i can't bring it up at the meetings (i am on executive
board and we have a policy, we can only do direct ai actions) even though
i did briefly mention it and i am going to try to write a few ua's (non
amnesty endorsed) on it.  but i really wish that they would do something
official about the human rights violations there.  i may bring it up at
the confrence in san francisco this march...

but if i can remember where i saw the indigo girls supporting ai, i will
pass that information on...

:-) karen

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>   opening act danielle howle and the tantrums (also on daemon) and
> assorted guests joined in for a rousing rendition of the voilent
> femmes' "blister in the sun," proving that buried somewhere, the indigo
> girls do have a sense of humor.

was anyone else kind of confused by this part?  why does the author say "buried
somewhere"???  amy and emily always seem to be really funny and witty both
onstage and off (in print and tv interviews, liner notes, etc., not to mention
the humor and irony in so much of their writing and other work--she's obviously
never seen the galileo video!).  the girls have never struck me as overtly
serious.  weird....

marivel

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     i am the one, oh i am the one
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sorry to scare all of you!  in my excitement i forgot to include the
day.

adam

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at 08:22 am 1/29/98 -0800, jill frankel wrote:
> i haven't seen them since august, 1994, and it's amazing to see how
> much better they've gotten in 3 1/2 years.  they free-associate so
> much more now and it makes for a nice change when you've heard the
> songs the same way *so* many times...

i agree.  i heard an amy interview recently in which she said she likes to
improvise, otherwise we may as well stay home and play a cd, but emily
didn't always feel that way.  but i rarely used to go to more than one ig
show per tour, because if you'd seen them all.  but this year, they're
really mixing it up, both in terms of the set list and song treatments, and
i've been to several (8?  9?) shows.  by the same token, i have many more
boots from this tour than i have from earlier tours, because there are more
distinguishing characteristics between them.

---<>---
at 12:13 pm 1/30/98 -0500, michael reynolds wrote:
>get over the righteous attitude, we've had this discussion on the list a
>hundred times before, their are reasons why people buy live cds, and anyone
>who is going to spend the $$ on a boot probably has all of the legit
>releases,

no one argued to the contrary.  they weren't objecting that it was taking
money out of ig's pockets, but rather that it was putting money into the
pockets of less worthy folk.

---<>---
at 05:06 pm 1/31/98 -0500, cyprsmoon6@aol.com wrote:
><<scooter boys(included a spoken segment performed by ? which spoke of the
>injustices in mexico)>>
>if i remember correctly that was john trudell(?). it was beautiful how a &e
>quietly harmonized on their guitars while he was speaking.

probably so... he did that at the dc "no nukes"/hte show.  (he's on the
"honor" cd.)

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at 10:12 am 2/1/98 -0500, susan b. marine wrote:
>did that mf list ever get up and running? i know we talked about it, but did
>anyone ever do it?

i announced it several months ago.  to subscribe, go to
<http://www.coollist.com>, and in the form for subscriptions put the list
name (ferrick) and your e-mail address.  press the button (give it a minute
or so), and you'll get a confirmation message shortly thereafter.

virtually no traffic currently as there is nothing to report.  a
non-commercial listserv is in the works, all coollist members will be
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does anyone know where i could find the honor the earth cd???and is it
great???? ive never had the chance to listen to it...does anyone have any
boots of any of the ig honor the earth shows??? thanks!!!
                     have an indigo day!
                                jeanette

                so what is love then, is it dictated or chosen
                does it sing like the hyms of 1000 years or is
                it just pop emotion 'and if it was ever here and
                it left does it mean it never was true?
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hey all

i used to be a member of the list but i had to sign off at the beginning of
the summer.  i am actually wondering if anybody has a boot of the november 20
show in madison wi at the civic center.  if anybody has it please let me know.
i have a few boots that i could trade, or i am sure we could work something
out.  thanks a bunch

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<reposa@scf-fs.usc.edu> wrote:

> does anyone know where i could find the honor the earth cd???
> and is it great???? ive never had the chance to listen to it.

for info about _honor 1_, the cd:

        http://www.honorearth.com/honor.html

for info to purchase honor merchandise:

        http://www.honorearth.com/merch.html

and to answer the second question: yes.

(although, "blood quontum", ig's contribution, is one of my least
favorite ig songs... proving there's a good reason why a&e do [and
should, imho] write separately.)

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in a message dated 98-02-02 23:55:25 est, melsouth@mindspring.com writes:

<< on mon, feb 2, someone wrote:

> just to let you all know that according to http://www.rockontv.com ,
> indigo girls will be on vh1's "hard rock live!" at 12:00am est.  other
> guest include paula cole, k.d. lang, shawn colvin and jewel.  sounds
> like a great show!

i just checked. >>
hey y'all!
is this the same hard rock live that aired a few months ago?  just wondering.

brian

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brian <bbelbis@aol.com> wrote:

> is this the same hard rock live that aired a few months ago?
> just wondering.

since vh1 is infamous for repeating their programming... it's entirely
possible.

and since i just check (again!)... the title of the show is: "best of
hard rock live # 4"... so, not only is it entirely possible... it's
*extremely* probable that this is a repeat.  ;)

the nice thing about repeats is that those who missed it previously, now
have a chance to see it (or even tape it).

and... it is, after all... ig!

to repeat the info: sun, feb 8, midnight est - vh1 - best of hard rock
live # 4 - with: ig, paula cole, kd lang, shawn colvin, jewel, chaka
khan, and cyndi lauper.

:o)
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organization: working on it...
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re: my post of: mon, 02 feb 1998 10:25 pm est
                netscape browser crash fix

i shamefully neglected to mention the real brains behind it.

(aka: the one who single-handedly figured out how to do it and was kind
enough to share it with me sat, jan 31 am, because i was fortunate to
have his phone # and i called to ask him to send some e-mail for me,
since netscape had crashed, and i didn't know how long it was gonna take
me to fix it)


**send all thanks, kudos, hosannahs, and first born to:

        the wise and wonderful don richards <donrich@neo.lrun.com>


(yes, it's 4 am, and i'm still posting... can you tell i have insomnia
again?!)

:o)
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date:         tue, 3 feb 1998 18:06:43 -0800
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good news and bad news.....

the bad news. i regret to inform everyone that i am unsubscribing from
this site *awwwwwwww.....* because i am closing my internet account at
the cafe i surf in. i haven't been here long, but it believe me when i
say it was wonderful to know that there were people out there with the
same passion i felt towars the ig, (and then some!!) i will miss hearing
from you all from this address.

the good news: you will still be hearing from me from my very own email
address on my newly-upgraded computer, with internet access, which has
already signed on to this mailing list *yaaaaayy!!* so i will be hearing
from you there. my new address is:

bluefur@pacific.net. (i can't recall right now if there's a "com" or
not. if there is, you'll know when i post somehting from there.

anyone wanna reach me, contact me from there. carol & sarah, any more
tagalog i can help you with, you wild and crazy girls? and as for the
guitar question, i am still taking suggestions. right now the
frontrunner is a celebrity ovation and a washburne, both
acouitsic-electrics. howver, i wil be looking into that yamah nylon that
florian mentioned (thanks, florian!)

for the last time on this address,
ian

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date:         tue, 3 feb 1998 06:10:29 est
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hey y'all...been lurking a whole hell of a lot recently....but i have been
working on my webpage.....there's an unfinished ig page up right now, i'd love
any suggestions or big fat
criticisms....http://www.wam.umd.edu/~ahouff/indigo.html

thanks!

abby
x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x
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everything i truly love i love in you and i love in me..." -amy ray

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>  opening act danielle howle and the tantrums (also on daemon) and
>assorted guests joined in for a rousing rendition of the voilent
>femmes' "blister in the sun," proving that buried somewhere, the indigo
>girls do have a sense of humor.

what does this mean?

~~~~~           &
|o|  all       /|\    "take the first shot baby it will be     |o|
|o| things    /'|'\    clean / i'm your girl strong and mean / |o|
|o| indigo   /' | '\   take the second shot baby it'll be real |o|
|o| - rick    _/ \_    cool / i'm your fool" - amy ray         |o|

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for any ig-listers living in the san francisco bay area,
one of our own bay area ig-listers is performing at a
small coffeehouse wednesday evening in oakland.

details can be found at the following url:
<http://www.geocities.com/sunsetstrip/venue/9842>

click 'news alert' to read about our ig-musician's gig.

have you tried mailcity?
get your free, private e-mail account at
http://www.mailcity.com

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hey all!

i used to order a lot of music-related neat stuff from a woman in
california who put out this great catalogue called music for the masses.
she went out of business a year or so ago but i've been in touch with her
lately when i absolutely needed something i remembered her having for
sale.  we talked and in the course of the conversation she mentioned that
she still had a few ig items from her inventory in boxes in her house and
that she wouldn't mind getting rid of it.  i offered to let the list know
this stuff was available and put listers in touch with her.  she, btw,
had the girls' permission to merchandise their stuff.

i will not post the collection to the entire list.  if you are
interested, e-mail me privately and i will send to you privately.  i do
not want to incur the wrath of anyone.  just want to help some of you get
your hands on some items you may be looking for.  i am not getting
anything for doing this.

faye.
ps  i'm not online much these days -- real life intervenes -- so if i
take a while to get back to you, i apologize in advance.  it can't be
helped!

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> for anyone sending sases and for all of us out here who
>receive them...please for the love of gods and goddesses everywhere, do not put
>metered postage on sases!!!  i just sent someone an envelope with photos and it
>had this metered strip postage on it.  i would have held on to it and asked the
>individual to send me the right postage, but i didn't realize it until to late
>(pray that it gets there anyway).  so now i know.  and now you know.  when you
>are getting postage for sases you *must* use actual stamps.  when these metered
>things have dates on them, they are only supposed to be used that same day.


same goes for sase's for boots everyone (in tape trees, etc.)!!! don't forget!
lori

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> >femmes' "blister in the sun," proving that buried somewhere, the indigo
> >girls do have a sense of humor.
>
> what does this mean?
>
oh come now people....
        you have to admit it is funny that they covered the femmes...sort of out
of character for them and that's why we were all so excited about it!  i
wish i could have been there to witness such an event.  those of us who are
dedicated fans (everyone here) know what a great spirit and sense of humor
ig has...but the reviewer was probably not a fan and simply saw ig as
serious, quasi-political, folk-rock artists...sounds like someone who needs
a sense of humor....and guess what they do!
i thought her comment was very funny!  for those of you who saw them
perform bits...you are so lucky!

have a great ig day!

casey

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         gothic author anne rice has a new one-hour syndicated
         radio program, hosted by actor michael wincott (the
         crow, alien resurrection) and rice, airing between
         february 9th and 22nd. rocktropolis allstar news reports
         the special, titled violin: a ghost story, will feature
         the likes of sarah mclachlan, joan osborne, dave matthews,
         brian vander ark (verve pipe), moon zappa, and leila
         josefowicz reading excerpts from violin, followed by
         songs from verve pipe, mclachlan, josefowicz, marilyn
         manson, smashing pumpkins, the verve, olive, nine inch
         nails, and the the.
         http://www.allstarmag.com

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is there a boot out there of the girls doing blister in the sun?  i would give
my left arm for it, not that you'd want it. we could probably work out a more
desirable trade; hell, i might even trade money for it.

a cry from a rabid fan,
julie feia
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hello, it's me again, just writing from my new address to make sure that
everything is working. well, as for my igc, this is somehting that i've
been looking for for a loooooooonngg time, namely, a copy of the girls
doing jesus christ superstar. i asked my texas-based cousin to find me a
copy but that turned up zilch, and the cd order houses here cannot find it
either. this site is my last hope! if anyone has any info on how a fan
based in the philippines can obtain a copy, e-mail me privately.

ian

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date:         tue, 3 feb 1998 12:24:49 est
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i am begging for any of you who may have or may know who has a copy of the la
show where ani sang on c2f...

i would give up my first born if there was going to be one

i'll give you my dog

i'll give you my right leg...hey wait i need that!

how about i give you a blank, a sase and my undying neverending unstoppable
gratitiude?

please please please...

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you can order the cd at <http://www.cdnow.com>.  i verified that they
ship to the phillipines.

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date:         wed, 4 feb 1998 02:21:39 -0800
reply-to:     ian carandang <bluefur@pacific.net.ph>
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wow!!!!

i just put in the message for my request, and the messages are pouring in!!
a huge thank you to everyone who took the time to write me; i have just
ordered the cd from daemon records. i've said it before and i'll say it
again: i love this site!!!! (and all of you, too!!)

ian c.

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one of my friends taped the concert, so hopefully it will sound okay. when
i get a copy of it i will offer it to the list. :)
happy day!

luv
emily

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hey y'all--

quite by accident, i stumbled on a very cool guitar music site--a lot of
chords/tabs for indigo girls songs, as well as most anyone else you could
think of...


the addy is:

http://www3.wildfire.com/~ag/gma/

peace,
shelley

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sorry for the nigc, but was wondering if anyone knew anything about sarah
being in omaha.  if you do could you please e-mail me privately.  thanks!
lisa

lisa nordeen
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hi all...
i just saw the watershed video for the first time, and was just
delighted to see that amy has the same triumph t-shirt *i* have.
so the question is: why?
i mean, i've got an old '67 bonneville, which is what prompted me
to get a triumph t-shirt.  but why is the delightful ms. ray wearing
one?  could it be that she has a thing for british bikes too?!!
impossible!
or...?
anybody have a clue?
peace-nic

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<< q:      what will a&e most likely do to you if they find out *you* have a
bootleg of one of their performances?

         answers:        give you a big ol' hug
                         say "cool!"
                         maybe they would ask if it was good
                         ask for a copy
                         autograph it
  >>

after the seattle show, i went up to danielle howle (she was signing in the
lobby) and told her that i'd booted her show and would she sign the tape if it
was okay that i'd taped her or if it wasn't okay she could have the tape.
(wow was that a run-on?)  she seemed kinda freaked out and said reluctantly
that it was okay but not to sell it (of course not!!!!)  and to send her a
copy!  since i went to the show in portland the very next night, i dubbed her
a copy and had a friend give it to her (i wasn't sure how she'd react).  she
(the friend) said that danielle was very excited to get it.  whew!  of course,
it's always easier to ask for forgivness than for permission!  :)

anne

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in a message dated 98-02-03 03:06:24 est, bbelbis@aol.com writes:

<< > just to let you all know that according to http://www.rockontv.com ,
  > indigo girls will be on vh1's "hard rock live!" at 12:00am est.  other
  > guest include paula cole, k.d. lang, shawn colvin and jewel.  sounds
  > like a great show!

  i just checked. >>
hey y'all!
is this the same hard rock live that aired a few months ago?  just wondering.
  >>
i think this is the same one...i have it taped, it is kinda a compilation of
all the artists mentioned appearences.  they only show smae on you i
think...but i could be wrong.

peace, love, indigo,
emily

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subject:      the indigo borg --- resistance is futile

hello all.  my name is bertin lefkovic.  i have been off the ig list for about a
year or so.  i don't know if anybody from the heydey of the list is still around,
but if any of you remember me, send me an e-mail so i know that you are still
around.

as far as this whole thread about ig not having a sense of humor goes, it is not
so much that they don't have a sense of humor.  it just can be very, very dry and
more often than not, self-deprecating.  for example, the story that emily tells
about her sixth grade boyfriend, danny, with regard to the song least
complicated, giving him a ring and realizing that it was not the cool thing to do
and ending it by saying, "and that was the beginning of the rest of my life".
that is the typical kind of ig humor.  the rarer kind of humor that is expressed
by doing a song like "blister in the sun" is more the type that says, "we are
secure enough eith ourselves that we can go out and play a silly song like this
and have a lot of fun with it."  it is similar to those rare occasions that they
might slip "freebird" into their set somewhere.  over the last few years since
swamp ophelia, they have become a lot more focused on the quality level of their
performances, especially since going out full-time with a band, and while it has
resulted in tighter, more technically sound performances, i think that it lacks
the light-heartedness that their earlier shows offered.  in fact, there have been
times during the last 8-10 shows that i saw where i wondered if they were having
any fun at all.  it also shows up in their choice of covers.  over the last few
shows that i saw in 1996 and 1997, they have chosen deep and heavy cover songs
like "wild horses" and "cortez the killer".  earlier in their career, they were
doing songs like "mona lisas and mad hatters", "american tune", "get together",
and "don't think twice, it's alright", songs that are somewhat serious in nature,
but presented in a a much more light-hearted, free and easy manner.  so it don't
think that the comment about their sense of humor regarding "blister" is too far
from the mark.  and it is good to see that they are having more fun with their
covers and encores.  sadly, i see that they are still ending their shows with
closer to fine.  won't that song ever die?

peace

bert

there are no strangers here - only friends you haven't met yet

let it grow

bert

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date:         tue, 3 feb 1998 18:00:50 -0500
reply-to:     christy lynch <cml@mindspring.com>
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hey y'all. is anyone going to the hard rock hotel indigo girls show
tonight? if so, i would love to hear about it. my dad just got back from
there...he brought me a few things concerning the concert, but of course he
wasn't in town to go see the girls. :( let me know how the concert was, ok?
thanks!

                                                christy :)

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date:         tue, 3 feb 1998 16:03:28 -0700
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>assorted guests joined in for a rousing rendition of the voilent
>femmes' "blister in the sun," proving that buried somewhere, the indigo
>girls do have a sense of humor.

whaat??  buried somewhere??

nice.

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date:         tue, 3 feb 1998 18:03:29 -0500
reply-to:     all amerikan grrrl <swood@satie.arts.usf.edu>
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> that is the typical kind of ig humor.  the rarer kind of humor that is expressed
> by doing a song like "blister in the sun" is more the type that says, "we are
> secure enough eith ourselves that we can go out and play a silly song like this
> and have a lot of fun with it."

have any of you'll who are saying this song is humorous, ever think that
the girls might actually like this song?  personally, i think it's a great
song. i love violent femmes.  they have some great songs. what if the
girls did a cover of rage's stuff.  would you find this humorous too?  i
would be psyched!!!! infact, i think they should. :)

st-st-st-st-st-steph

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date:         tue, 3 feb 1998 18:07:23 -0500
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ok....i was thinking again...what do you think is the *best* ig song ever
written?  (as in musically)  my guess would be an emily song...but i don't
know which one - she sure can play one hell of a guitar.  also, what do
you think is the *best* ig song ever to be performed consistently?

st-st-st-st-st-steph

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i love the violent femmes as well and have had the opportunity to see them play
live many times.  "blister in the sun" is a very funny song, especially when
covered by a group like ig who try to frame almost everything that they do to
have as much of an impact as possible.  i wouldn't find a rage cover to be
humorous at all.  i am sure if they did a rage cover it would be for the impact
that it would have.  i don't think rage has ever written a humorous song, but
that's only because i have only heard a limited amount of their work.  who knows?
maybe they have written a lot of funny songs.  if so, i am not aware of them.

peace

bert

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subject:      chords to wounded knee (nigc... except that amy is the guest
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i figured while i was typing these up, i might as well post em in case anyone
else was interested.  so here ya go....

wounded knee by reversing hour

chords and stuff:
the verse consists of the following two barred chords arpegiated painfully
slowly (as in your hands might hurt a bit)  in the pattern  b-d-f#-b-f#-d  a-
c#-e-a-e-c#    etc
bm = 7xx777
a = 5xx655
the rest of the chords are just your standard first position strummed things.
i'm not tottally sure of the rythem on the g f#m e lines.... but it's pretty
close.

intro:  bm    a  x4

bm     a                  bm        a
i went walking these hills one day
bm             a             bm       a
sweet sage whispering all my shame...
g                           f#m
were you watching, guiding me to the
g        f#m        e
place where you lay?
bm                a                     bm         a
for you stood waiting in these hills one day
     bm              a             bm       a
but 500 soldiers blew your dream away...
g            f#m      g         f#m
you went crying, running, falling down
g                f#m                        b
blood stains burried in december snow
  em       f#m         g                 a
if i could wash this blood from my hands,
em       f#m                    g           a
i would tie a ribbon at your grave for you
      bm           a
for you
   bm                a                   bm         a
i dreamed i went walking these hills one day
      bm               a                     bm      a
and came upon a withered tree in bloom again -
g                f#m             g        f#m
oh dream catcher, let this vision through
g            f#m                   b
bury my shame, wounded knee
em               f#m        g                    a
cause i can't wash this blood from my hands,
em   f#m                      g          a
but i tied a ribbon at your grave for you...
bm   a
for you

bm     a   (repeat through amy's spoken word bit and fade out)


west of bishes
shana

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hey y'all-
first off, i would like to start out bye saying a big "thank you" to all that
were able to add some helpful insight into my term paper...over the past 24
hrs., i have received so much help.  i have decided on a painting by an artist
known as gideon.  the painting is entitled "chained'', and  i have attached it
for all who would like to view it...i could still use any help on what people
think of the painting and what it means, so a discussion would be helpful.  it
is great to see such a family of ig lovers come together to help each other in
one's time of need...thanks again...
indigo love to all-
jen

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date:         tue, 3 feb 1998 16:06:08 -0800
reply-to:     leslie holeman <holeman@cats.ucsc.edu>
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hey--
i just got this boot from a fellow listee of hash (emily's band), and i'm
wondering if anybody has any information about it.  does anybody know who
the band members are and if they do many performances (as a side project
for emily, i assume)?
thanks,
leslie

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date:         tue, 3 feb 1998 19:13:08 est
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in a message dated 98-02-03 18:07:30 est, you write:

<<  sadly, i see that they are still ending their shows with
closer to fine.  won't that song ever die? >>

i have to say, and i think i am not the only one that feels this way, but i
love the way the girls always end their shows with c2f...it is great!! it is
kinda like their anthem in a way...it brings the crowd together at the end of
the show...and leaves you wanting more!! it is uplifting and just an all
around fun song...i think is great!!

--emily

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date:         tue, 3 feb 1998 19:41:34 -0500
reply-to:     anne haines <ahaines@copper.ucs.indiana.edu>
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would some kind soul post the lyrics to "blister in the sun" for those of
us who are basically heathens and aren't familiar with the song? thanks!
-anne, who's so far behind on email (and everything else!!) it isn't even
funny

*** anne haines ** ahaines@indiana.edu ** http://php.indiana.edu/~ahaines ***

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>>proving that buried somewhere, the indigo girls do have a sense of humor.
>>what does this mean?
>you have to admit it is funny that they covered the femmes...

hi y'all! :)

well of course it's funny ... but what i was getting at was the "proving
that buried
somewhere" part .... that seems really out of place *because*, at least in
my estimation,
the girls have always had a terrific sense of humor.  i thought that quote
was really
out of place when used with regards to the indigo girls.  :)

but then ... perhaps i'm craving something that i haven't yet found and my
mind is
spinning, going all around and my brain has taken a momentary lapse as my
body reflects
on days of past.  perhaps?  possible? ..... improbable but yes, i do
digress.  i offer
apology's to everyone here ... now sit back, relax and enjoy your dear ....
my dears.

:) happy wednesday! (thursday for those of you down unda)

~~~~~           o
|o|  all       /|\    "i offer thanks to those before me /     |o|
|o| things   _/'|'\_   that's all i've got to say / maybe you  |o|
|o| indigo      |      squandered big bucks in your lifetime / |o|
|o| - rick    _/ \_    now i'll have to pay" - emily saliers   |o|

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date:         tue, 3 feb 1998 20:02:47 -0500
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organization: working on it...
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according to billboard:

opening date for lilith fair 1998: june 19 - portland, or

  main stage performers include:
        sinead o'connor
        erykah badu
        natalie merchant
        indigo girls
        sarah mclachlan

  second stage performers include:
        k's choice
        tara mclean

no other lilith fair 98 dates have been announced

release date - lilith fair 1997 double album: april 28, 1998

        - only 24 artists included (final line-up not confirmed)
        - from arista - usa
        - from nettwerk - canada

happy tuesday (or wednesday, atcmb), y'all!
peace...
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about blister in the sun.  i believe bert said the song was a silly (or
humorous, i can't remember) song, not that it was stupid.  i think some of
you maybe took it the wrong way.  it definitely is a light-hearted song.
silly or humorous doesn't necessarily mean bad, ya know! :)

peace and carrots,

joan :-d

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date:         tue, 3 feb 1998 20:17:18 -0500
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hey!  i am currently taking a course called "women and art" in which we
have to do a big project...i have decided i want to focua on folk/acoustic
women artists, especially those who use it for social
awareness/activism/change...so of course the indigo girls pop into
mind...and joan baez...

so i was wondering if any of you who have read this far have any ideas or
know of resources which would be helpful to me...i thank you very much...

kim
kas28024@pegasus.cc.ucf.edu

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>would some kind soul post the lyrics to "blister in the sun" for those of
>us who are basically heathens and aren't familiar with the song?

not a heathen, just a little sheltered ! ha!! that would be kidding there!
here goes:

        when i'm a-walking i strut my stuff and i'm so strung out
        i'm high as a kite, i just might stop to check you out
        let me go on like a blister in the sun
        let me go on, big hands i know you're the one

        body beats, i stain my sheets, i don't even know why
        my girlfriend, she's at the end, she is starting to cry
        let me go on like a blister in the sun
        let me go on, big hands i know you're the one


that's it, not too deep, but entertaining nonetheless. this violent
femmes tape was the first one i owned that had -- horrors! -- cuss
words on it and it was in junior high when singing cuss words
was just about the coolest, most rebellious thing i could think
of to do. i'd sing the entire tape, from beginning to end, in order
or course, on the raquetball courts in summer p.e. and drive
my friends rhea and deanna absolutely bonkers!

heh heh heh! love them femmes!

cathy -- feeling a bit nostaligic.
maybe i'll pull out the tape and cuss -- i mean sing -- along!

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...with blister and cut it out.  if anyone has such a boot, could you
email me pretty please?
thank you oh so muchly
jill

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hi y'all!

after writing last night's post about how amnesty international hadn't yet
taken any action about chiapas, i was feeling a bit let down by amnesty.
but alas, today i checked my box to xerox the action for tonight's
meeting, and it was about chiapas!!!  i was very excited to see my
favorite organization take action on a human rights issue that i care so
much about lately.  now i'll actually have an excuse to quote amy ray at
ai meetings!

anyway, i'm off to work on writing my ua's to chiapas.  i guess this is a
plug:  join amnesty international!!!!  they do great work!!!

:-) karen

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at 04:25 pm 2/3/98 chiqhiker wrote:
><< q:      what will a&e most likely do to you if they find out *you* have a
> bootleg of one of their performances?
>
>         answers:        give you a big ol' hug
>                         say "cool!"
>                         maybe they would ask if it was good
>                         ask for a copy
>                         autograph it

>after the seattle show, i went up to danielle howle (she was signing in the
>lobby) and told her that i'd booted her show and would she sign the tape if it
>was okay that i'd taped her or if it wasn't okay she could have the tape.
>(wow was that a run-on?)  she seemed kinda freaked out and said reluctantly
>that it was okay but not to sell it (of course not!!!!)  and to send her a
>copy!  since i went to the show in portland the very next night, i dubbed her
>a copy and had a friend give it to her (i wasn't sure how she'd react).  she
>(the friend) said that danielle was very excited to get it.  whew!  of course,
>it's always easier to ask for forgivness than for permission!  :)


        from tony:
        i know of someone on this list who ran into a&e at 3am at l.l. beans
(sp?) and they autographed her nojf bootleg i had sent her.  i thought that
was way cool too! ;)

doolittle~

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i was really good and didn't post the whole ig inventory to the entire
list.  however, i just received this from rebecca and i simply do not
have time to do individual posts again.  so, my apologies in advance to
anyone who is bummed about this.  and, as rebecca says below, if you need
to complain, she's open to that.  happy shopping again!  faye.

mftm@aol.com wrote:
>
> hi faye:
> i'm quickly selling out of indigo's stuff, and many people are asking for
> melissa, so i've done a quick list, which wasn't so quick!
> if you can post this on the indigo girls list, i would really appreciate it.
> if there is any problem, please refer offended parties to me and i will
> apologize profusely.
> thx
> rebecca
> mftm@aol.com
>
> the following is a list of melissa etheridge memorabilia, which many of you
> have asked me about. it's not complete, but as with the indigo girls' list, if
> you see anything interesting, please feel free to e-mail me @ mftm@aol.com or
> call/fax at 213-224-1240.
> thx
> rebecca
>
> cds
> "your little secret" 2 cd set from australia. cd #1 has the regular 10 tracks.
> cd #2 has four live tracks: "come to my window," "no souvenirs," "ain't it
> heavy," and "yes i am."  only one available. price - $20.00 plus shipping.
>
> "i want to come over"  u.k. cd single includes title track plus: "your little
> secret," and live versions of "let me go," and "must be crazy for me." two
> available
> price - $5.00 each plus shipping.
>
> "your little secret"  u.k. cd single includes title track plus live versions
> of: "all american girl," "bring me some water," "skin deep."  5 available
> price - $5.00 each plus shipping.
>
> "when i was a child"  live cd of her mtv unplugged show (with springsteen),
> plus three tracks from her woodstock appearance: "come to my window," "if i
> wanted to," and "silent legacy."  sound board quality. two available
>  price - $15.00 plus shipping.
>
> "in the heat"  tracks 1-6 are live in hollywood 1988, tracks 7-12 are live in
> los angeles 1992. sound board quality includes: "2001," "dance without
> sleeping," "must be crazy for me," "ain't it heavy," "boy feels strange,"
> "meet me in the back," "chrome plated heart," "don't you need," "precious
> pain," "i want you," "bring me some water," "like the way i do."  one
> available  price - $15.00 plus shipping.
>
> "melissa - vol. 2"  recorded live at the second to last show of her 1994 tour
> on 12/11/94. sound board quality. includes: "chrome plated heart," "all
> american girl," "silent legacy," "2001," "come to my window," "i'm the only
> one," "must be crazy for me," and "pink cadillac."  3 available  price -
> $15.00 plus shipping.
>
> "woodstock '94  melissa's entire performance, plus (if you're interested, the
> cranberries set). sound board quality. includes: "come to my window," "if i
> wanted to," "silent legacy," "bring me some water," "like the way i do,"
> (joplin medley: "try," "cry baby," "move over," "piece of my heart."  3
> available
> price - $15.00 plus shipping.
>
> "no more secrets" 2 cd set.  recorded live in cologne, germany 5/2/96.
> includes 21 songs: "unusual kiss," "come to my window," "i want to come over,"
> "if i wanted to," "nowhere to go," "similar features," "shriner's park,"
> "change," "silent legacy," "i could have been you," "you can sleep while i
> drive," "occassionally," "all the way to heaven," "chrome plated heart," "must
> be crazy for me," "i really like you," "bring me some water," "i'm the only
> one," "your little secret," "like the way i do," and "this war is over."  5
> available    price - $25.00 plus shipping.
>
> "never enough" cassette - i bought a load of these on sale and still have them
> sitting around. want one to stick in your car's cassette deck? great! $3.00
> plus shipping and it's yours!
>
> photos
> 2 different 8 x 10 black & white glossies from island records.
> #1 - is from the release of her first album. she's letting her perm grow out,
> and she has bangs. 6 copies available  price - $4.00 plus shipping.
> #2 - is from "your little secret." she's standing at the bottom of an (empty)
> swimming pool, holding on the the pool ladder.  10 copies available
> price - $4.00 each plus shipping.
>
> 6 different 8 x 10 color photos of melissa live in concert. these were taken
> by a professional rock-tour photographer, and are excellent quality photos.
> i'll give you a brief description of each:
> #1 - melissa wearing a faded red & white shirt, playing guitar (brave & crazy
> tour)
> #2 - melissa wearing a black tee shirt with a red corduroy overshirt. singing
> into microphone at rehearsal for "tribute to elvis" (memphis, tennessee).
> #3 - melissa on-stage playing guitar and wearing a brown velvet jacket. (never
> enough tour, when she had looooong hair and bangs).
> #4 - melisssa performing at the march on washington (for gay civil rights) in
> 93. she's wearing a white teeshirt and jeans.
> #5 - melissa on-stage playing guitar and wearing a tight black tee and a suede
> vest. (brave & crazy tour)
> #6 - melissa backstage at the march on washington. she's running her hand
> through her hair and laughing. this is an extreme close-up.
> price per photo - $5.00 plus shipping.
>
> i have hundreds of 3 x 5 color photos of melissa taken by the same
> photographer. they range in time from "brave & crazy" through "lifebeat" (with
> k.d. lang), march on washington, "never enough tour," and "yes i am" tour. you
> can buy as many as you like, and you're welcome to specify time periods that
> you're interested in.
> price per photo - $1.50 plus shipping.
>
> backstage passes
> "melissa etheridge" (first tour) silver satin passes with a black and white
> photo of melissa on-stage with her guitar, arm raised in the air.  3 available
> price - $15.00 each plus shipping.
>
> "yes i am" passes. blue and white satin passes with melissa's name at the top,
> and her "me" logo printed down the rest of the pass. #1 is from the warfield
> show in san francisco, and it's a pre-show pass. #2 is from madison square
> garden and it's an after-show pass. one of each.  price - $15.00 each plus
> shipping.
>
> "yes i am" laminated pass. plastic laminated visitor's pass with the "yes i
> am" album cover photos on the front, and the words: "melissa etheridge - vip."
> on the back it states: "visitors lounge only - no stage access." only one
> available
> price - $15.00 plus shipping.
>
> "yes i am" plastic laminated pass. this one is orange with a photo of melissa
> wearing the sleeveless jeans shirt and playing guitar. melissa's name across
> the top and the words: "backstage - after-show only" at the bottom.  3
> available
> price - $15.00 plus shipping.
>
> poster
> "never enough"  cover shot from the album of melissa nude from the waist up
> (shot from the back, of course!) and holding her guitar. black & white 24" x
> 36"
> ships in a poster tube. only one available  price - $15.00 plus shipping.
>
> magazines
> "entertainment weekly"  march 17, 1995. two page article with great photos of
> melissa and julie. mostly covers her mtv appearance, but also includes an
> interview at their home the week before mtv.  5 available  price - $3.00 plus
> shipping.
>
> "interview"  anniversary issue with a melissa interview conducted by k.d.
> lang's ex-lover, ingrid casares. also includes 4 photos of melissa modeling
> designer katherine hammett's vinyl wear.  5 available  price - $4.00 plus
> shipping.

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hey all...
ok so i have this bootleg that is simply titled indigo girls: early
recordings....it is not the ep and more or levees....as sold by rdr.  (sorry
had to get that outta the way)  anyways....being the idiot that i am pulled
the "i put the wrong tape in the wrong deck" kinda thing which is just a
terrible terrible experience for anyone and results in a lot of cussing and
breaking of other poor innocent objects in the room. (i do have a point
really)

so now that i have taped over the first 25 minutes i would like to get another
copy...here's the setlist:  strange fire, blood and fire, r & j, if you live
like that, holy city, weakness in me, draw the line, nashville, malachy's,
walk away, play it again sam, all along the watchtower, dont let go of me,
high horse, heartache central time, please call me baby, untitled song,
running from the cold, no way to treat a friend, i wanna be your lover...

so if anybody knows what i am talking about and is willing to trade or dub it
for me i would be forever grateful...

peace
sasha

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>the painting is entitled "chained'', and  i have attached it
>for all who would like to view it...i could still use any help on what >people think of the painting and what it means, so a discussion would >be helpful.

at first glance the painting suggests the story of christ as he is
overcoming the bonds of hell as he takes on the sins of the world.  he
seems to be in the depths of hell screaming in agony to the father as
the souls of the underworld try to grab him and keep him from ascending
back up.  the christ figure reminds me of the el greco with the
treatment of the tall elongated thin jesus figure.  i don't know why
that artist sticks out in my mind from my history of art class way back
in college, but that was the first thing that popped into my mind!

just my two dinars worth!

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yes, when i met amy and emily, i had them autograph a boot that i have on
cd.  they were more than hhappy to do it!  i was worried that they'd be
like "no.  that is a bootleg."  but they weren't!

:-) karen

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hey all!
   just in case there are any ani fans in the nyc area reading this, wvuf -
90.7 fm will be broadcasting her new cd, little plastic castles at 7:55 pm on
feb 5.  apparently wfuv (the best station around!!!!) plays an entire album
each thursday night.  this week it's ani!  so if you tune in you can hear the
whole thing...keep in mind this album hasn't been released yet and wont be for
another 2 weeks - don't miss it!
                                                           ~liz

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i was at a show in '95 and drove some hellish amount - 7 hours each way from
bangor maine to dartmouth. i realized it was too late to get batteries, and
i was hanging out by the bus while mm was opener (ig played a song with her)
and sara lent me batteries for my recorder, i was probably more psyched that
i met gail ann dorsey because she was in tears for fears and i love their
stuff...

they both repeatly have said they have no problems with audio cassette
recordings...

mike r.

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hey everyone,

jen said:
>the painting is entitled "chained'', and  i have attached it
>for all who would like to view it...i could still use any help on what
>people think of the painting and what it means, so a discussion would
>be helpful.

just a reminder - a lot of people can't see attachments.
for example, the painting above showed up in the digest as
about 95 screens of, well, junk.  the best way to distribute
this sort of thing is to point people to where they can see
it on the web, or offer to send it to people privately if
they don't have web access....

thanks folks,
sherlyn
ps - who's interested in getting together before the ig gigs
in melbourne or sydney?  drop me a note and we'll work out
details - or rather, penelope will (ha :)...
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to all a y'all....

   to those of you out there who are lucky enough to have a copy of the soy
video...i want a copy and am willing to send a blank video tape or what
ever...i wasn't luck enough to tape it off of mtv.....i mean they played a
whole day!!!! (bitterly) i wish they would have played it longer because by
the time i found out the video was out...they took it off their play list..oh,
you can bet i wrote them a heated letter...
i also have other videos i would be willing to copy..i have a copy of the
lilith fair...the lilith fair speacial on vhi..and a bounch more...
so if anyone out there can help, please, please e-mail me..
emily

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date:         tue, 3 feb 1998 23:43:25 -0500
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hi kind ig listees!!!! :)

i've recently gotten some audio editing software called cooledit.
i was able to take a really poor quality boot i have and digitally
enhance it and bring the treble up, the volume to stable levels and
more consistent, etc.  :)  it took about 2hrs of processing to get
it right but i think i could do it again much faster.

so!  what does this mean?  if any of you have poor quality master
boots for a tree you could send them to me and i could digitally
enhance them, put them on a second tape and send both tapes back
to you so you can setup a better quality boot structre!!!

doesn't that sound peachy?  :)  well ... i don't know if anyone's
interested but if so please e-mail me privately.  thanks!  :)


~~~~~           o          --everything in its own time--
|o|  all       /|\    "remember everything i told you / keep   |o|
|o| things   _/ | \_   it in your heart like a stone / and     |o|
|o| indigo     / \      when the winds have blown things round |o|
|o| - rick   _/   \_    and back again / what was once your    |o|
|o|                    pain will be your home." - emily        |o|

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date:         tue, 3 feb 1998 23:49:30 est
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i think "language or the kiss" is the best written song...i absolutely love
it...it's my all time favorite ig song....

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date:         wed, 4 feb 1998 00:23:26 est
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i just heard that the girls are in the february issue of 99x's monthly
magazine "99xpress".

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date:         wed, 4 feb 1998 16:35:25 aes
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hi all

i just want to take a minute to sing sherlyn's praises. she mailed me today
offering me one of her spare tickets for the sydney show as a going away
present, just before i jet off to america. is this not the coolest thing?
i'm seeing them on march 6 but now i can see them in sydney too on feb 27.
this has just so made my day - i'm sure i don't need to explain more than
that. you'll all understand.

thanks sherlyn!!!

helen

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date:         wed, 4 feb 1998 00:35:31 -0500
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robin <atlmouse@aol.com> wrote:

> i just heard that the girls are in the february issue of 99x's monthly
> magazine "99xpress".

unfortunately, as of today, the feb 1998 issue of "99xpress" is not
*yet* on-line:

        http://www.com/99x/99xpress.html

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date:         tue, 3 feb 1998 22:18:43 -0800
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        y'know, i work for my college's radio station, and i just happen
to have snagged the premature copy of ani's new album, "little plastic
castles", and i must say . . . its awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  a few of the
tracks are a shy different, some including a prominent horn section, but
its pretty dope!  it includes some released tracks like gravel and
independence day(that wasn't released but she plays it in concert
already).  if you have a chance, get it when it ocmes out!!!!!!!!  i
highly reccomend it.  and for those of you who criticized me for my
opinion on bootlegs, oh well.  i have my opinion and you have yours.  you
may have already discussed the matter, but you're obviously still
promoting the buying of bootlegs.  i don't mean live tapes, i mean
overpriced, non-commercial!! cds.  1200 curfews, wiseguy, was a commercial
release, so the girls got royalties.  really, the benefit of email is that
it gives you a chance to think about what you say.

micah

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date:         wed, 4 feb 1998 01:19:05 -0500
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i think the best ig song is everything in its own time.  when i
first got sots i listened to it all the way through nonstop and
didn't really think too much of eiiot ... but after listening to
that album countless hours now i've really come to appreciate
it.  such an undeniable presence in that song.  very ... haunting. :)
it's probably that death-troll drum pattern... heheheh :)

ok ... having said that i must stipulate that there are always
"best ig songs" that fit particular times in my life.  galileo
was the best ig song for a long time.  when i first heard ig i
thought kid fears was the best.  there is just so much more than
a straight-forward kind of "best" category.  so many things factor
in to the "best" of the best.

hoping this made sense.... :)


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|o| indigo     / \      when the winds have blown things round |o|
|o| - rick   _/   \_    and back again / what was once your    |o|
|o|                    pain will be your home." - emily        |o|

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date:         wed, 4 feb 1998 00:45:29 -0800
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why does this question have to be so hard???

well i really can't pick one but if i could pick three they would be -

ten thousand wars
wood song
ghost

mbg

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date:         wed, 4 feb 1998 01:17:43 -0800
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you left it up to me.

no matter how bad things get, this song takes me somewhere else.  call
it escapism, call it a really good song.

adam

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date:         wed, 4 feb 1998 05:43:51 -0800
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songbooks!!!

mftm@aol.com wrote:
>
> faye:
> i'm losing my mind! i forgot to add the melissa songbook titles that i still
> have. of course i forgot them - they're sitting right next to the computer.
> who ever looks there? can you add these? if not, don't worry about it.
> thx!!!!!!!!!
> rebecca
>
> songbooks
> "melissa etheridge" -self titled first album. book contains piano/vocal/chords
> and a special guitar section. also includes lots of great photos and a
> separate lyrics section.  3 available   price - $10.00 plus shipping.
>
> "brave & crazy" - p/v/c with special guitar section. also five pages of black
> & white photos.  2 available  price - $10.00 plus shipping.
>
> "never enough" - contains guitar tab/vocal arrangements. these are authentic
> transcriptions, just the way melissa wrote it! includes nine pages of color
> and black & white photos.  3 available  price - $10.00 plus shipping.
>
> "yes i am" - guitar tab/vocal arrangements. six pages of photos.
> 4 available  price - $10.00 plus shipping.
>
> "your little secret" - guitar tab/vocal arrangements. 4 pages of color photos.
> 3 available  price - $10.00 plus shipping.

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date:         wed, 4 feb 1998 10:55:14 +0000
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subject:      re : best song written

well, the best songs i can think of (which i suppose are the songs
that mean the most for me) are.......

watershed
hey kind friend
the wood song
love will come to you
ghost
least complicated

sorry if i've posted to this thread before, i'm a bit confused at
the moment.....

john (who's got a virus at the moment, but is still trying to carry
on.....)

peppermint patty : "happiness is a warm puppy, a b plus..."

marcie : "and kind friends"

(charlie brown and snoopy show)

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date:         wed, 4 feb 1998 06:29:27 est
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if i had to pick the most musically sound pieces that the indigo girls ever
wrote, they would have to be emily's pieces. while amy's songs really grab you
and have all the fire and emotion, they often contain only 2 or 3 chords (i.e.
strange fire and fugitive.) emily seems to understand the complexities of
chord progressions and ideal chord selections a little more than amy. she also
seems to have a better sense of melody and writes a more complicated melody
line. so after all is said and done, these are my choices for best song ever
written:

1.) caramia

2.) ghost

3.) mystery

4.) language or the kiss


kasey

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date:         wed, 4 feb 1998 05:08:55 -0700
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hi y'all;
    i just wanted to apologize for the post i sent that caused so much =
trouble.  it seems as if my computer decided it wasn't old enough so it =
added 100 years to its age by setting the date to 2098. i gave it a good =
spanking and it promised not to do any more mischievous upgrades.  =
anyway, i'm sorry and i will be standing in the corner listening to =
"shame on you" over and over until i leave to see the girls tonight.

peace;

jim gates

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date:         wed, 4 feb 1998 07:12:24 -0500
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well, i really couldn't pick just one "best" song but the one song that
really hooked me on the ig, no one ever seems to talk about on here,
.... prince of darkness. i still have to just drop whatever i'm doing
and become thoroughly absorbed whenever it comes on.

i also second caramia as a candidate :)
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date:         wed, 4 feb 1998 07:17:35 -0500
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hey jim (& y'all, of course!):

we appreciate it... but we know you didn't try to crash our browsers!
it seems to me (& don) that it must be a bug in our version of netscape
navigator 3.0 and i really haven't heard of anyone else having any
trouble reading your message.  i've attempted to send a "bug report" to
the folks at netscape... perhaps they will create a "patch" for us...
and fix the problem before the year 2000!

anyway, we aren't blaming you... we realize it wasn't intentional and,
after all, have figured a relatively easy way to correct the problem
without losing everything in our inbox's.  so, thanks for saying it...
and, hey... any excuse to sit & listen to "shame on you", right? :)

if anyone else wants to... send this problem as a bug report to
netscape... we might get better results if a lot of us write them about
it.

that's it...
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date:         wed, 4 feb 1998 08:00:37 -0500
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hi y'all!  :)

does anyone have a web site i can put this .mp3 on?  i would like
people to have access to it to see the difference.  it's 976k (just
under 1 megabyte).

thanks! :)

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|o|  all       /|\    "remember everything i told you / keep   |o|
|o| things   _/ | \_   it in your heart like a stone / and     |o|
|o| indigo     / \      when the winds have blown things round |o|
|o| - rick   _/   \_    and back again / what was once your    |o|
|o|                    pain will be your home." - emily        |o|

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date:         wed, 4 feb 1998 08:02:35 -0500
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hkf!  :)

i've had several people ask about the digital cleanup thingy.
if anyone would like to hear the changes i was able to get then
e-mail me privately and i'll send you an mp3 file (sampled at
44,100hz) from the original boot tape along with the digitally
enhanced version.  it's quite noticeable. :)

e-mail me privately if you'd like to hear it.  it's just amazing
what they've come up with these days in the way of audio editing
software...  i'm still not the best at this kind of stuff.

if you want to hear the difference i have a file called "shame on
you.mp3" that is from the dec 9 iu concert.  i've taken a one minute
excerpt from it and digitally enhanced parts of it.  this was a very
quick demo but i'm sure you can get the hang of what this software
does.

let me know.

~~~~~           o          --everything in its own time--
|o|  all       /|\    "remember everything i told you / keep   |o|
|o| things   _/ | \_   it in your heart like a stone / and     |o|
|o| indigo     / \      when the winds have blown things round |o|
|o| - rick   _/   \_    and back again / what was once your    |o|
|o|                    pain will be your home." - emily        |o|

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    just got hooked up to icq and would like to compile a list of ig =
fans on icq who would like to chat or whatever.  just send me your icq =
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btw, i'm # 7901187

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date:         wed, 4 feb 1998 06:26:24 pst
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okay. i've been in the car slightly over fourteen of the last 24 hours
and drove all but about 3, so i can't compose any sort of masterpiece
here. however, let me just say this was the best concert yet--good
acoustics (although, with my arms literally on the stage, we had to
sacrifice sound quality for proximity), excellent (but not daring)
setlist, and both really on. in spite of amy's supposed cold, she was
very with it and emily was really hot on her guitar solos.

setlist, las vegas, hard rock hotel, 3.2.97  (i have emily's w/amy's
writing on it in red marker!)
land of canaan
it's alright
don't give that girl a gun
least complicated
3 hits
get out the map
dead man's hill
power of two
i don't wanna know (w tantrums)
winthrop
cut it out
hammer and a nail
shame on you
ghost
chickenman (incredible bluesey with a country twist at the end--reminded
me of the jimmy rodger's tribute for some reason)
galileo

romeo and juliet
blister in the sun
closer to fine (time to retire this one
(last two with tantrums)

can't think any more. must sleep.

clem

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with enhancing boots, is there anyway that people (uh, namely me) can do it
on their own?  is it really as complicated as it sounds, or is it really
possible once you get the hang of it?  i have a boot or two that are really
scratchy, which breaks my heart, and i'd like to clean them up.  thanks!

alisa

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>closer to fine (time to retire this one
>(last two with tantrums)

what???  haven't we decided that, the ig without closer to fine is like a
fish without water (yes, bad analogy, but it's early)

personally, i would be crushed if i went to a concert and didn't hear
ctf...granted, i have only been to one in my many years of ig-love, but
still...i think ctf embodies ig perfectly and hope that, when they are 50
years old and still touring they end with it.

alisa

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date:         wed, 4 feb 1998 09:59:13 est
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subject:      chiapas nigc

no igc,  but i thought folks would be interested in this...
xo, sus
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=09join the virtual caravan:

=09=09=09women for peace in chiapas!!!!!


next saturday january 24, at 8 p.m. (mexico city time), a caravan of 1,000
women will depart to the state of chiapas.  this caravan has been organized
with the objective to express solidarity and give concrete support to the
women and people from chiapas, who are victims of the low intensity war
currently faced in this state.=20

the caravan is also a symbolic act of protest for the continuos and
increasing situation of violence faced by the communities in chiapas,
suffered with special intensity by women and children.  this violence has
reached unthinkable extremes, such as the massacre of acteal, occurred last
december, where 45 people were killed, 22 of them were women and 14 were
children.=20

as mexican women we would like to express our indignation with the current
situation and we demand the mexican government:

1. to order the army to leave immediately the indigenous communities.=20
2. to ensure the disarmament of the paramilitary groups.
3. to implement the agreements of san andr=e9s larr=e1inzar, on indigenous
peoples rights and culture.
4. to punish the people responsible for the massacre of acteal, the
assassination of guadalupe l=f3pez occurred in ocosingo, on january 12, 199=
8,
and of all the crimes occurred in the state of chiapas, since 1994.

the previous four demands are key to re-establish the peace dialogue with
the zapatista army of national liberation.

due to all of this, we are inviting women from different parts of the world
to join our caravan to chiapas, in a virtual caravan of the women of the
world, in solidarity with the women from chiapas and in support of the
demands expressed above, by the women who will take part in the caravan to
chiapas.=20

how can you participate?  very easy !!!   send us you messages of support
and solidarity by email or fax to:  milenio@laneta.apc.org or to
amelapaz@amelapaz.org or to the fax:  (525) 658 1587.  also, you could
collaborate with us disseminating this message to close people and other
organizations that you are in contact with!

you can also send messages to the mexican government, requesting the
fulfillment of our demands described above to
webadmon@op.presidencia.gob.mx o al pronam@iwm.com.mx.

women for the promotion of a just and dign peace in mexico and the world

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i also think that prince of darkness may be the best song... it's so hard
to say though! left me a fool... that's a great one... i think, however,
that love's recovery may be the best, for this one verse:

there i am in younger days, stargazing, painting picture perfect maps
of how my life and love would be...
not counting the unmarked paths of misdirection, my compass- faith in
love's perfection... i missed 10 million miles of road i should have
seen...

that, to me, is simply the work of a genius.

hope you're all having a great day...
shayna
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that's a hard one.  it's not my all-time favorite ig song, but i'll have
to go with "ghost." everything about that song is perfect!

:-) karen

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subject:      looking for anna...... (nigc)

just wondering if anna grace mickelsen is anywhere on the list? she
put out a request on the list asking for a fellow listee to visit
her in england, and i said i'd be happy to. since then, i assume
she's arrived in england, but she hasn't sent me any more messages
yet. if you're on the list at the moment, anna, can you send me a
message please?

thanks,

john


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hmmm...i had to think a long time on this one -- i narrowed it down to
two though...one amy tune and one emily tune. :)
#1  virginia woolf -- before i learned to play guitar i used to sit and
pretend i was playing this. ;)  (keep laughin'..i'm such a dreamer!  i
just told carrie this story the other night...) i don't know, there's
something about that song that has always gotten to me -- in this really
odd way.  it makes my heart hurt...makes my guts hurt...i don't know --
i just love it.  my understanding of it was so much better after i
actually *read* the "diary of virginia woolf (yeah, i'm one of those...
what else do you do when you work in a library all summer?!)."  now the
line "when the river eclipsed your life" has so much more meaning -- she
was such a complex person and an amazingly beautiful human being.  i
guess the key word here is "human."  she *is* so human, and when you
read her thoughts it's like you're hearing yourself....things that most
of us only *think* about are written into her diary without shame. the
whole time i was thinkin.."damn, this is me." :)
whoo...tangent...sorry dudes.  anyway, that's why it's such a great
tune, i think.  having a basic understanding of her life makes you
realize *why* emily decided to compose a song especially for her -- the
story behind it makes it one of the best. :)

#2 jonas and ezekiel -- just because it's freakin' awesome.  it's so
simple, but at the same time it's not.  what do i mean to say here?!
it's relatively easy (o.k. it's *damned* easy!) to play, but when you
put it all together it's so complex.  the imagery...all of that -- it's
awesome. :)  when carrie and i :) were singing it this weekend it was
this spiritual thing -- awesome. :)  but yeah -- more than once after
the last line "above and below me..." we blurted out..."hot damn, that's
the best song ever written..." and we had no clue that this thread would
surface.  awww yeah, we're psychic.

so, hmmm -- that's my lengthy post (i always allow myself one or two of
these every so often. :)
have i mentioned how much i love this list?!

-bethany :)
-oh yeah, and thanks to mel for helping me fix my blasted computer.  :)

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hmmm...i had to think a long time on this one -- i narrowed it down to
two though...one amy tune and one emily tune. :)
#1  virginia woolf -- before i learned to play guitar i used to sit and
pretend i was playing this. ;)  (keep laughin'..i'm such a dreamer!  i
just told carrie this story the other night...) i don't know, there's
something about that song that has always gotten to me -- in this really
odd way.  it makes my heart hurt...makes my guts hurt...i don't know --
i just love it.  my understanding of it was so much better after i
actually *read* the "diary of virginia woolf (yeah, i'm one of those...
what else do you do when you work in a library all summer?!)."  now the
line "when the river eclipsed your life" has so much more meaning -- she
was such a complex person and an amazingly beautiful human being.  i
guess the key word here is "human."  she *is* so human, and when you
read her thoughts it's like you're hearing yourself....things that most
of us only *think* about are written into her diary without shame. the
whole time i was thinkin.."damn, this is me." :)
whoo...tangent...sorry dudes.  anyway, that's why it's such a great
tune, i think.  having a basic understanding of her life makes you
realize *why* emily decided to compose a song especially for her -- the
story behind it makes it one of the best. :)

#2 jonas and ezekiel -- just because it's freakin' awesome.  it's so
simple, but at the same time it's not.  what do i mean to say here?!
it's relatively easy (o.k. it's *damned* easy!) to play, but when you
put it all together it's so complex.  the imagery...all of that -- it's
awesome. :)  when carrie and i :) were singing it this weekend it was
this spiritual thing -- awesome. :)  but yeah -- more than once after
the last line "above and below me..." we blurted out..."hot damn, that's
the best song ever written..." and we had no clue that this thread would
surface.  awww yeah, we're psychic.

so, hmmm -- that's my lengthy post (i always allow myself one or two of
these every so often. :)
have i mentioned how much i love this list?!

-bethany :)
-oh yeah, and thanks to mel for helping me fix my blasted computer.  :)

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sorry...i sent my message twice.  i'm a dork. ;)

-bethany :)

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        hi all,

        i don't know about this whole "best song ever written" thread,
but i'll be happy to throw in my fave ig song, in terms of
songwriting:


        #1:  mystery


        ttyl...
        mike feeney     "i could go crazy on a night like tonight..."

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>closer to fine (time to retire this one

huh?  why would you want to retired their signature concert closer?
everyone knows the words ... it's a great way to really energize up
the crowd when they leave.  it certainly gets my blood pumping.  it's
a sortof combination "oh wow! this is so cool!  yes! yes! yes!" feeling
combined with a "oh...gosh!  the show is over now...oh bummer!" feeling.

i'm sure a few of you know what i mean. hehehehehe :)

~~~~~           o               --tried to be true--
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|o| indigo     / \     denies you? / who is to blame when my   |o|
|o| - rick   _/   \_   when my heart finally forfeits to a     |o|
|o|                    road that will only misguide you?"- amy |o|

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hey y'all!
the first time i saw the girls they opened with closer to fine!!!
this was a little surprising, since it was the "hit" of the time...
those were the days!!

~~robin

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i really doubt they will  ever stop playing ctf as the usual final song.

to the folks who used to follow them in little 5 points, its old.
to the people who found ig when they signed with epic, its old.
to the people who wound them when they first started to mix in the electric
   instruments, it wearing a little thin.

now ig are starting to get more and more radio play, and new people
are coming in.  to them, its not old -- its a doorway back to the older
music.  its still great stuff, even though its old to most of us.

besides ctf is a nostolgic song.  to us its simpler times, smaller venues,
and cheaper tickets.  to the ig, it really is the song that put them
"on the map" (forgive the pun).  without it, they'd still be back in atlanta
(or at least would have been there a much longer time).

billy joel still closes all of his shows with "piano man."  it always
gets the crowd to scream.  when the piano man sings "his song" -- its
time to go home and its been that way for about 20 years.  don't
expect the girls to change anytime soon.

                                        -- chris

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date:         wed, 4 feb 1998 12:29:56 -0700
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hello?! soy was on mtv?! and i missed it?! oh, the injustices of this
cold, cruel world. i too would give my first born (good luck on having me
come through with that one) to have a copy of this. help?

amy m.

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

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date:         wed, 4 feb 1998 11:49:58 -0800
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you know, i still see that video occasionally on vh1. they seemd to play
it more than mtv. who knows? you might get lucky one day just flipping
channels :)

emily

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  i think the best indigo girl song is shame on you. it has a lovely beat
and a nice message to it. all there songs are real good.


i am trying to gather poems and short stories about the indigo girls and
melissa etheridge. any length is fine. it is for my out loud newsletter.
all that help will receive a free issue when it is ready. i need your home
addy to send it though.if interested my home addy is msinghaus@msmisp.com

missy

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what would they replace ctf with?

jim gates

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> >closer to fine (time to retire this one

signature song...you know, like dreamboat annie is for heart.  i remember a couple years ago, i went to a heart concert and they didn't sing this song.  how disappointing!  even though i'd heard it a hundred times, it just didn't seem right they didn't play it.

ctf--why retire it!?  there are so few things in life you can count on!  so few things that are "for sure."  it's like, you know they are going to play it.  if you watch emily on videos or at shows, it's like she knows..."yep, i'm for sure.  they all will sing along with this one!"  and her smile when everyone sings the words she wrote...well that makes it all worthwhile...

toye

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>   i think the best indigo girl song is shame on you. it has a lovely beat
> and a nice message to it. all there songs are real good.

i always liked soy.  but when i heard it on the cd that michelle reeves sent me, i really listened to it in a different way.  even though soy deals with a serious subject, it always seemed like a fun song to me.  one of those, "watch amy get into it songs."  isn't she cute when she sings, "...the beautiful ladies walk right by..."  but hearing it with just the two of them without the backing instruments...you could really hear the harmony and somehow, the song seemed so much more serious.  somehow, it has a much deeper meaning to me now...

toye

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is everyone participating to the virtual caravan? come on, lets all write!
thank you susan for telling us about it!

july ;) qui vient du nord....

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>shame on you
>
>the chords are the same thing over and over
>
>a5 (xx22xx)  d5 (xxx23x)  e (x221xx)
>
>they are in that order.
>the solo is pretty simple.  on the a string it's
>
>e -----------------------------------------------------------
>a - 7-5-4-5-4---7-5-4-5-4---7-5-4-5-4-2-4-2-0-2
>d------------------------------------------------------------
>
>e------------------------------------------------------------
>a - 7-5-4-5-4--------------------------------------------
>d-----------------------------------------------------------
>g------------------------------------------------------------
>b-----------------5-5-5-5-5
>e-----------------0-0-0-0-0
>i don't know how many times she plays the last part.  i think that's the
solo.  i saw her play it, and it looks like what i play.  i may be a fret
off since i haven't played it in a while.  just listen to the cd and you'll
figure it out.
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hi :o)
  my normal email account isn't working, so i had to post from my
hotmail account. :o(
anyways..i have a cd that i was wondering if anyone would be interested
in? it's indigenous-love in a mist. indigenous was the opener for the ig
concert in tampa in september. i bought the cd but it just sits in my
collection and i never listen to it, so i thought maybe someone would be
intertested in it? i paid $20 for it, so that's what i'll ask for it. it
doesn't have the plastic on it or anything, but it's brand new. :o)
anyways...just thought i'd ask if anyone wants to buy it from me. :o)

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wow, such a complex question in so few words...well, i would have to say that
i have 3 favorite songs...(in no particular order)...   1.  chickenman
                                                                                2.  mystery
                                                                                3.  the wood song

favorite cover- definitely tangled up in blue!!

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doe anyone have a good quality bootleg of the la show last friday night????

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hkfs,

about a month and a half ago, i posted that i had an extra copy of 4.5 to
give to the first responder. well, someone responded, but i haven't heard
from you since. unfortunately, i seem to have deleted the message, so i
can't remember who it was. if this sounds like you, please let me know
what your plans are, so if you don't want it, i can give it to someone
else. sorry for the bandwidth, posting to the whole group and all that.

thank you,
amy m.

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hi all
sorry about the nigc but alana davis' cover of ani's 32 flavors has
been haunting me...everywhere i go i hear it!  so, i got to thinking.
i don't know much about the music industry so maybe someone can answer
my question.  since alana's version is so, well, different, did ani
get to hear it before she okays the cover?  and if she didn't like it
could she say no?  or does the singer just have to say i want to cover
such and such song and get permission? i was just wondering...i mean the
*new* version is so different and to me it just doesn't sound right.
okay, just had to ask.  hope everyone has an *indigo* day!!!
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favorite cover is definitely tangled up in blue

                                ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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   wow!! the best song ever written..there are so many ..i have thought long
and hard...and i have narrowed it down to a few songs....they all happen to be
by emily...but that does not mean that amy's song's are any less
meaningfull...i love them all!!!

anyways, here they are.
#1 -- language or the kiss...i love this song..and have probably listened to
it over a million times.  i love how it starts off simple, and opens like the
petals of a flower it to this wonderful complex masterpiece...it's great!!!

#2 -- ghost...it is so heartfelt.  it is like amy is singing the song to you,
with such emotion and feeling,...and yet it is universal....everyone feels
that way at some point in their life.

that's all for now....but, so amy doesn't feel negleted...i think one of my
favortie amy songs is "romeo and juliet"...it is so intense when she sing
that...oh, and "blood and fire"...i better stop...i could go on all day.

emily

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hi it's me again,
just thought of another cover that i looooove... river... i had that one
on repeat for a looong time when i first heard it...

okay i've given my 50 cents worth today. i'll stop.
shayna

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if you want to play the banjo solo on acoustic guitar, it's pretty easy
also.  the picking pattern is the only tricky thing.  it's all done on an
"a" chord with different suspensions.  but you also have to play e for the
last chord.

i don't know how to write out tab on the computer, but if you play a5 and
then hammer on to a at the beginning with your ring finger, you should be
able to figure out the rest. pick out the basic melody with single notes,
and then you can add the other inbetween notes.

wendell

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---bertin lefkovic <indigboy@eden.rutgers.edu> wrote:
>hello all.  my name is bertin lefkovic.  i have been off the ig list
>for about a year or so.  i don't know if anybody from the heydey of
>the list is still around, but if any of you remember me, send me an
>e-mail so i know that you are still around.

i remember you, bert, but with all due respect to the current admins,
i don't think you were here for the "heyday" of the list (when stephen
spencer admin'd from osu)!  :-)

hey, mel -- bert's the guy i told you about that organized that last
nff gathering.
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hey all,
does anyone have a boot of ig doing "freebird"?  i'd
love to hear that!
peace & happiness,
amy (creeping out of lurkdom)


>
> it is similar to those rare occasions
> that they
> might slip "freebird" into their set somewhere.


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hmmmmm.... best ig song ever written? that's like asking what is the most
beautiful sunset you've ever seen; they're all so good!

i have to say though, if you put by back against the wall and made me pick,
i'd have to narrow it down to the best album for me, rites of passage, my
first ig experience, and in my view, _still_ their best effort. it's a
combination of the newness of it all plus the stage in their growth, more
at home with other instruments than in nis, but still heavily acoustic. and
the best songs in _those_ were.......(in no particular order)

"galileo": what more needs to be said? for an entire generation of ig
lovers, this is the song that made it for them. from the drums that start
it, to the way the girls melodious voices twist and turn around each other
to the profound meaning behind the song (reincanation? not your typical pop
music pap....) harmony, depth, beauty, joy, *this*, above all other songs,
explained what emily was all about.

"joking": the counterpoint to emily's tune showed that a song need not be
complicated and difficult to sound good. hell, she has built an entire
career around the g-chord, and as an aspiring musician who admittedly is
not as fast a learner as some of my lighter-fingered colleagues, i am
eternally grateful to her for giving me some songs that i can play that
actually sound cool. when i first hear those chords play, all on their own,
unenhanced by any producer's meddling, secure in their own beauty......just
like amy.

        put these two songs together and you have the *definitive* a&e collection,
something to have none ig heads listen to for them to get an accurate
representation of what they are. additionally, i also love....

"love will come to you": puts emily's dazzling lyrical ability onstage.
it's this line that really does it for me......

"i was born under the sign of cancer
like brushing cloth i smooth the wrinkles for an answer"

        anyone who can make a rhyme for 'cancer'  and not make it forced......wow.

"chickenman",  "jonas & ezekiel" : amy's songs, unlike emily's are a little
harder to figure out on the first listen. but even then, you find a grasp
of the meaning, the emotion she strives to get across. and on further
listenings, as you slowly comprehend it, it just gets better. emily is lush
prose, amy is free verse poetry. finally.....

airplane: nothing particularly profound or amazing about this song, but
it's such a....cute melody from emily, with her voice going wayyyyy up
there. i have no 'real' explanation why i like this song so much, i just
do.

ian

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welp, time for me to deposit my nickel in the record machine, and
choose......

cedar tree.  the chords are soothing, the lyrics are simple, and it is
the most peaceful song i have ever heard them sing.

it calms me when i feel like the place is going to crash....

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i am not the one who responded to 4.5, but if they do not want it and you
have no one else to sell it to i would like to purchase it. missy

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on wed, 4 feb 1998, emily hunt wrote:

> #2 -- ghost...it is so heartfelt.  it is like amy is singing the song to you,
> with such emotion and feeling,...and yet it is universal....everyone feels
> that way at some point in their life.
wait...are you talking about a particular part of the song here? i
mean....emily sings this song for the most part and amy just gets to sing
harmony and stuff.
              sharoane
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i too like this song, but everytime i heard it in concert it got slower and
slower. same for get out the map. by the last concert i heard last year, get
out the map was a funeral dirge. i think it's jerry's fault - he starts the
percussion off way too slow. same for galileo. jeez, i don't mean to bitch.
sorry.

i also agree that the best cover (that i've heard) is tangled up in blue. but
i would have loved to have heard blister in the sun.

and please, don't retire closer to fine. it's the first song i ever heard of
theirs, and it's so great. it's one of the few songs they have that you can
apply to any point in your life, regardless of how things are going for you.
the line that is especially becoming pertinent to my life right now is "...i
spent 4 years prostrate to the higher mind, got my paper and i was free!" as
my college graduation looms ever closer. (but it will have taken me more than
4 years to get my paper...errrrr)

ta-ta,
kasey

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date:         wed, 4 feb 1998 18:39:29 -0500
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i can't stay quiet on this subject...it's a hard choice because i think
that each song says something different to me and so ranking them is
extremely difficult, but i'd have to say that world falls and watershed
are the best two songs i know.
    it seems like when everyone is choosing up their favorite songs and
their favorite album they forget n*i*s, which i think is the best pure ig
album out there...rites is a great cd, but it marked a distinct change in
their style from the raw two voices-two instruments (all the others
sounded like guests, not essential parts of the songs) and the raw emotion
that they put into their music.  yes, the later albums are more polished
and thought out and all that, but by making rites and all later cds more
professional sounding, ig lost some small but important spark or element
that their earlier recordings had...
favorite cover...i'd have to say "down by the river" for sure!
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                sharoane

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     just think, what if you walked in to a concert tomorrow and they
     opened with closer to fine??  your mind would be blown, all
     pre-conceived notions of the concert you think you will see are gone,
     and you feel kind of like you are on a roller coaster and you never
     know what will come next or how it will stop.  sounds pretty cool to
     me, i wish they would try it, and i wish that i would be there to see
     it!!

     yvette
     yvette.smith@autodesk.com

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hey there fellow listees, i almost never post but as i sit here listening to
the girls on my headphones attached to my cd rom i was compelled to post...i
was just listening to "nashville" and now "watershed" but the question
really applies to all the songs that involve some sort of harmony...i was
wondering if amy and emily go in the studio together and sing in to the same
microphone, sing at the same time in to different mics or if they record
their parts separately and they are mixed later on...i don't know if anyone
knows or not but i was curious...i have seen the videos (watershed etc.) and
saw little clips of them in the studio but it doesn't really answer my
question so if anybody knows, inquiring minds want to know! also, i would
really like a good quality copy of the "blister in the sun" cover, i would
be willing to send a blank tape and someone could just record that song on
it and send it back or i would also do a whole concert if the quality is
good...i don't have anything really to trade so let me know if anybody could
help:-) thanks so much for any help with either question!!- dave

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becca wrote:
>the *new* version is so different and to me it just doesn't sound right.
>okay, just had to ask.  hope everyone has an *indigo* day!!!


i saw ms. davis open for sister hazel last night and she sang this song, which
was merely ok, but, she didn't give credit to ani for writing it. has anyone
seen the credits on the cd? she'd have to list ani there, wouldn't she? i
thought it was rude not to mention ani at the show, since ani's song was the
reason anyone noticed her in the first place.  she does have a nice voice, i'll
admit, but her other songs weren't noteworthy.

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date:         wed, 4 feb 1998 17:44:34 -0500
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hey kf,

i just found an lp copy of "indigo girls" for $4.  it looks like it's in
really good shape, i'm was pretty psyched.  i know i'm a dork, but are
ig's lps rare or collectibles?  if someone could pass on their expertise
in this area, i'd appreciate it.

thanks!  :-)

lanie
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if you are planning on sending me a boot to enhance, please specify
what you would like done to the tape.  sometimes it's very obvious
that you would like the bass increased or whatever, but on some tapes
i'm sure you have a specific thing in mind.

please include a little note saying what you want done, otherwise
i'll tailor it to my tastes. hehehe :)

~~~~~           o               --tried to be true--
|o|  all       /|\    "so where is the fame? / where is the    |o|
|o| things   _/ | \_   fortune? / where is the world that      |o|
|o| indigo     / \     denies you? / who is to blame when my   |o|
|o| - rick   _/   \_   when my heart finally forfeits to a     |o|
|o|                    road that will only misguide you?"- amy |o|

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date:         wed, 4 feb 1998 17:58:17 -0500
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>with enhancing boots, is there anyway that people (uh, namely me) can do it
>on their own?

sure!  all you need to do is get the software.

>is it really as complicated as it sounds

it's a complex process but it's not really very complicated.  i'll explain
briefly here:

you have to have cables from your "tape out" port to your "line in" port on
your sound card.  load your audio editor (cooledit, for example) and click
"record", then press play on your tape deck.  the audio signal goes from
your tape to your computer through the sound card so you're recording the
song digitally to your hard drive.  this will take as long as the tape is,
like 90min or 100min, or if you only do 1 side at a time, then 45/50min, etc.

then you have to figure out what you want to do to it.  increase bass, remove
treble, remove bass, add treble, remove noise level, adjust volume, etc, etc.
and the order you do things will affect the result as well so you have to do
a little experimenting to get the combination right.

ok, now you have made all your changes, you hook up your "line out" from your
sound card to "tape in" on your tapedeck and click "play" in cooledit and press
record on your tape deck.  that way you are recording the digitally enhanced
song back to your tape.

it takes a minimum of twice the tape length just to load and then re-record.
based on your computer it can take 10s of minutes to several hours to apply
the digital enhancements.  my system takes about 50 minutes to apply three
filter algorithms to the singal to enhance it.  #1 i adjust volume, #2 i
increase bass/mid/treble/whatever, #3 i remove static/white/pink noise.

it's a long time per tape.  hope this helps!  :)

~~~~~           o               --tried to be true--
|o|  all       /|\    "so where is the fame? / where is the    |o|
|o| things   _/ | \_   fortune? / where is the world that      |o|
|o| indigo     / \     denies you? / who is to blame when my   |o|
|o| - rick   _/   \_   when my heart finally forfeits to a     |o|
|o|                    road that will only misguide you?"- amy |o|

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i think it's definitely language or the kiss. or maybe it's ghost. then
again it might be galileo. or world falls. maybe watershed. damn this is
hard. no it's least complicated. no it's shame on you. i'm dying for the
first time i hear them do that in concert. i'll just want to scream with
happiness.

you might be interested to know that australian band, the whitlams have
covered tangled up in blue and it's getting lots of radio play on one
station, triple j. i really like it a lot but i miss the wonder of a&e
voices. the guys who sings it is pretty good and if i'd heard it first i'd
have loved it the most but a&e give so much to it. are they known in
america at all? i suspect not.

helen

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amy i am not the one who orginaly wrote to you about the 4.5 disc, but if
she doesn't want it any more and you have no one else for it i would like
to buy it from you. missy

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i have to agree with sharon parker who defends n*i*s as an often
overlooked album. it has a certain innocence that defines what i think
of when i remember the early igs. so from that album, i give the nod to
"10,000 wars" as the strongest written song; the combination of haunting
melody and poignant lyrics are emily at her best.

lyrically, i often think of "history of us" as one of the most cleverly
constructed poems emily has ever written. i know this song isn't usually
among the favorites, but take a look (or listen) at the lyrics again to
see the poetic combination she makes of the themes of the past as a
living thing and art as its representative and the living present. wow!!

however...when all is said and done, on a scale that isn't measurable,
my vote goes to "love's recovery."

---------------------------------------------------------
carol

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date:         wed, 4 feb 1998 18:37:18 est
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in a message dated 98-02-04 00:25:57 est, you write:

i just heard that the girls are in the february issue of 99x's monthly
magazine "99xpress".


ahhh yep.. but only half.. there is a short interview with amy  talking about
touring, thai food and activism....

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it may not be my favorite song (although it is up there)...but "ghost"
has got to be the most perfect song ever written.  melodically,
lyrically, and soul wise, my friend and i agree it is probably the most
perfect song we have ever heard...ig or not.  :-]

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yo've got to know this is one of the toughest questions anyone's *ever* asked!
well, right at this moment i would say world falls, just because that's what
i'm listening to and when i listen to an ig song, fo at least that moment,
that song is the best.

so, forgive my ramblings and here is my list:

secure yourself
galileo
10,000 wars
get out the map
caramia
kid fears
least complicated
everything in its own time

...not necessarily in that order!

also, i'll repeat the request to anyone who as the shame on you video.  i
don't have anything useful to trade, but i could give a blank tape and sase.
so please e-mail me if you can help

thanks!
love
kar

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hey all...
sorry for the nigc, but i was talking about this with my friend today so i
wanted to talk about it. as i recall ani did give permission to alana to do
it, but she didnt know she was gonna add new lyrics and use it as the song to
promote her album...i remember somewhere back she was a little annoyed by
that, and in time magazine this week in the review of ani's cd it says,
"difranco is so protective of her work, she was miffed when a recent cover of
one of her songs 32 flavors, by alana davis (davis' rendition, by the way, is
terrific)* because davis added lyrics to the song..."

* side note that is time's opinion of it, not mine : )
peace
sasha

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ok,

i have to say, for me, there is no better song out there than the wood
song.  maybe love will come to you as a close second.  because it has, in
my opinion the perfect combination of musicality, strong lyrics and use of
a & e's strengths.  well, emily's more than amy's, but when they play it
live, amy gets to grit her teeth during her solo verse.

the key change gives me shivers and the effortless complexity of the
guitar playing drives me insane.  and on the acoustic version, you can
really hear the two of them playing and singing.  it's almost like 2
different song being sung at the same time, yet it fits together so well.

i think their arrangement skills had reached a peak suring swamp ophelia,
and they back tracked a little with sots.  maybe because the songs are
more individually stylized on sots.  like, i keep wanting to hear more
emily singing on shed your skin, and dgtgag.

wendell

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what about boots without music; for example, the book discussion tape from the "daughters of the moon sisters of the sun" book signing in atlanta?  could anything be done to make the girls' voices more audible?
thanks,
toye

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in a message dated 98-02-04 17:27:19 est, you write:

<< emily is lush
prose, amy is free verse poetry.  >>

exactly, how i have put it :)

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subject:      best song ever written

hello poppin fresh's!

hmm, the best song ever written. well of course everyone knows the best song
ever written is "come on aileen" by dexy's midnight runners, or "freewheel" by
team dresch, but if you're gonna get picky ;)....

i think the best song by the intogay girls is
" scared to say we're friends", by the b-band, 1946 or so. okay, i'm kiddin
again! i hate that song. amy at her sappy-finest...boy has she ever grown in
the songwriting dept. umm, okay, i'm getting serious now:

i think the best indigo girls song ever written for all around musicianship,
simplicity/beauty of lyrics, and the way that amy and em blend together is
watershed. i never tire of hearing that tune, and at each turn in my life, it
kinda seems to take on new meaning....depending on whether i am "agonizing til
my agony's my heaviest load" or taking the path where it leads cause every
choice is worth my while. i don't think there is any one song other than
watershed that fits every mood, every instance, and every experience in quite
the same way as watershed. if you're up, it's peppy, if you're down, it's
pensive....

curiously, watershed is *not* my favorite ig song. it's just the one i think
works the best (work it work it you go girl with your bad self oops ahem small
digression), make sense? my favorite ig song will definitely be "cute girl in
seattle"...but they haven't written that one yet ;)

nite choochies

la reine de fromage

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hi.  my name's tracy, and i'm new to the list. this is my first message...

i guess i would have to agree that ghost and wood song are very good songs
that bring out the best in a&e.  also that jonas & ezekial and kid fears
are powerful and sort of draw you into a connection.  however, i'd like to
make a claim that let it be me and fugitive are also a big part of what ig
is about.  the political awareness and empowerment that they advocate in
libm is a real message from them to you and me!

also, in fugitive, the lines

it's all in our hands
got to learn to respect
what we don't understand
we are fortunate ones fortunate ones i swear

i can't explain it, but the social and personal attitude they advocate
there, is, i think, something at the heart of what they stand for.

-tracy in d.c.

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one of the concerts i went to of theirs over the summer, during shame on
you,  the girls started playing brown eyed girl in the middle.  it was
really cool.  now hearing either song gives me a good feeling.  i came out
to my best friend at that concert. it was at lilith, and i thought, well, if
she has a problem with it, at least i won't be the minority there, though it
went really well.
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this is such a cool thread!!! whoever thought of this gets a huge thumbs-up.
anyway...gosh i don't know....here are just a few that come to mind...
fugitive
ghost
joking
language or the kiss
least complicated
hammer and a nail
wood song
this train revised!!!...come on you guys! i haven't seen any votes for this
one
                                   yet...i love this song!! so much passion!
fare thee well
reunion...

i have to stop now...there are so many more!!!  i haven't even thought about
shaming yet...that will be another post! :)
dana

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hey kind friends-
at 09:16 pm 2/4/98 est, you wrote:
>i think the best indigo girls song ever written for all around musicianship,
>simplicity/beauty of lyrics, and the way that amy and em blend together is
>watershed. i never tire of hearing that tune

i have to agree with this one.  i named my first guitar after that song.  it
was a washburn that had a calligraphy w on the back at the base of the neck.
i had to pick a name beginning with a w.  i started listening to that album,
and the name came immediately.

my favorite song, on the other hand, is fugitive.  that's what my new guitar
is named.  am i the only weird one who names things?  like my room, it's the
third world country of indigonia.  no not named after the indigo girls, but
after the ferret who rules the country who was named after the powerful
earth goddess (i think that's right.  i've read so many things on different
gods and goddesses that i can't quite remember what the indigo goddess
meant, but i'm pretty sure that's right).
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at 10:45 pm 2/4/98 est, dana wrote:
>this train revised!!!...come on you guys! i haven't seen any votes for this
>>one

sorry, i forgot.  here's my vote.  it's also one of my favorites...
chickenman
scooter boys
this train revised
fugitive
watershed
hand me downs
keeper of my heart

there.  i can't believe i forgot this train revised.  please forgive me.  it
won't happen again.

my favorite cover has to be either r&j, all along the watchtower, or cowgirl
in the sand (by neil young, its on one of the boots i have)
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as many people before me have stated it's an impossible question to answer.

there are four songs i can think of that could qualify

1. love will come to you. my absolute favorite emily song. i've listened to it
more than any ig song, i'm sure. it spends a lot of time on repeat play. it's
a hopeful song & i find it comforting. one of my favorite songs by anyone,
really.

2. shame on you.  when i first heard it in new orleans, i fell for it. someone
on the list once said that this was (or would be) amy's closer to fine. i
agree. unlike love will come to you, i don't think that the lyrics are the
reason i love it. it's just a fun song musically. something to hop about to.
;)

3. closer to fine.  such a wonderful song. if they retired it i would be
crushed.

4. kid fears.  another amazing amy song. i listen to this one a lot lately, i
think i've learned to really appreciate it more as i've grown older.
lyrically my favorite amy song.

(runners up: dead man's hill, which is haunting and sad and beautiful  and
ghost, which is the song that made me fall in love with the indigo girls.)

even though i consider these songs to be the top of the list, most of their
songs have touched me... their words can bring you comfort and hope or just
reassurance that you aren't alone. that's their greatest gift. that's what
makes them special to me. that's why i'm here.


peace,
  rick
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and someone writes another beautiful song...* -tanya donelly

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you want the indigo girls best song? ha!!! no way!!! i laugh at anyone who
thinks they can pin down one song. all the songs are set for diffeent
"moods", if you will, and they're all the best for their own situations.
example...you're in love with someone from an old relationship...you pull
out "ghost". you're in the throes of first love, you can whip out
"mystery". you're feeling a little bitter towards an ex...you've got "left
me a fool". and if you're happy in a relationship, well, that's easy,
you've got "power of two" waiting for you. it's a beautiful thing.
that's why i like the indigo girls...something for every occasion, and
definitely something for everyone.
back to lurkdom.

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best written:
ghost
eiiot

favorites:
fugitive
wood song
dgtgag
language or the kiss

ok...i better stop...this list does goes on.
'night
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>you want the indigo girls best song? ha!!! no way!!! i laugh at anyone who
>thinks they can pin down one song. all the songs are set for diffeent
>"moods", if you will, and they're all the best for their own situations.
>example...you're in love with someone from an old relationship...you pull
>out "ghost". you're in the throes of first love, you can whip out
>"mystery". you're feeling a little bitter towards an ex...you've got "left
>me a fool". and if you're happy in a relationship, well, that's easy,
>you've got "power of two" waiting for you. it's a beautiful thing.
>that's why i like the indigo girls...something for every occasion, and
>definitely something for everyone.
>back to lurkdom.
>
>meghan

exactly!  the songs mentioned above are exactly the ones i listen to in
each of those moods.  and how about "tried to be true" for the person who
says they love you but are too scared to get out of their relationship with
someone else.  and my friend says that "caramia" was the theme song for me
after 2 years of my being clueless to their feelings for me....oops... :)
anyway, it is hard to pinpoint a favorite but there is certainly a song for
every occasion...ahh, the indigo girls...

liz

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at 07:42 pm 2/4/98 est, sasha wrote:

>* side note that is time's opinion of it, not mine.


mine either.  was anyone else disturbed by this as i was?  i saw it on mtv
(watching  that was a mistake in itself) and saw that video.  i wanted to
turn it off, but my sado-masochism got in the way and i made myself and my
friend watch the whole thing.  it was horrible.  it was almost painful as
hearing my british literature teacher butcher macbeth by reading it as a
first grade teacher would a poem to her students.  i am still haunted...
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  ok, my cat just died, and as sad as i am, i'm just happy he's not
suffering anymore.  anyway, today i was listening to secure yourself, and
now the song has a lot of new meaning to me.  its his song now.  when i
listen to it, all i can do is think of him and thank him for sharing his
life with me.  sorry if this sounds dumb to anyone, me speaking as though my
cat's human, but damnit, cat's are people too.  anyway,  i was just
wondering who amy wrote the song for or about, if anyone knew.
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you gotta love this kind of irony :) amy wrote the song about her cat.
we are fortunate ones,
joe

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me and my friend are looking for the 4.5 album of the indigo girls. if
anyone knows how to get a copy e-mail me. missy msinghaus@msmisp.com

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>>hello all.  my name is bertin lefkovic.  i have been off the ig list
>>for about a year or so.  i don't know if anybody from the heydey of

deb commented:
>i remember you, bert, but with all due respect to the current admins,
>i don't think you were here for the "heyday" of the list (when stephen
>spencer admin'd from osu)!  :-)

didn't bert give amy the "let it grow" teeshirt? not meaning to contradict
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i was wondering if anyone knew the notes to the whistle solo in ctf?  i
want to play it on my trombone for some odd jealous reason 'cuz i don't
play guitar, an i want to play something!!  i may play it on my ocarina,
but i fear it may not have the range (though it *would* make more sense
to play it on my ocarina--besides, i want to learn how to play it
better), but i suppose i could it bring it down an octave or write a
harmony (lets just see how carol's music theory went, and how much she
remembers).
thanks
  love,
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hmmm, imho, hand me downs is a wonderfully written song...the way that
amy and emily harmonize...has anyone really listened to emily's part?
it is so beautiful the way she sings above  then comes down and joins
amy, and diffucult intervals, too.  and the guitar part sounds really
nifty, too (i don't know how to play so i can't say anything more
technical than that).  and gosh those words are just great! (real
expressive, aren't i?)
my favorite song would be world falls... hands down, though.  i think it
was what saved me from myself...
my favorite cover would be river.
i'm thinking that's it... back to lurking.  i do it so well
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in a message dated 98-02-04 09:29:19 est, deirdre_lynch@hotmail.com writes:

<< closer to fine (time to retire this one >>

hello all!

ok, am i the only person on this list who agrees with the guy that wrote the
above statement???!!!  i definately agree that ctf should be retired.  i've
seen a&e perform for a number of years now and i believe that every time they
do that song, they become more and more bored with it. just look at they're
faces while they play.  how much better would the show be if they ended it
with some other tune they haven't played in awhile.  maybe they could end with
a cover of something....i don't know, just anything else!

early ig concerts were more fun, more spontaneous.  there was more energy put
into them (i guess with exception of that famous la show).  i had the pleasure
in attending a private show with them in chicago for the radio and record
industry before sots came out.  it was incredible!  they didn't just play the
"old standbys". which was great.  everyone had a great time-especially a&e.  i
just wish they had that same enthusiasm when they played bigger venues!

so, in closing, for that guy who wrote that comment--"i'm with you man!!!"

thanks for listening to my schtick!

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in a message dated 98-02-05 01:41:12 est, bbelbis writes:

<< in a message dated 98-02-04 09:29:19 est, deirdre_lynch@hotmail.com writes:

<< closer to fine (time to retire this one >>

hello all!

ok, am i the only person on this list who agrees with the guy that wrote the
above statement???!!!  i definately agree that ctf should be retired.  i've
seen a&e perform for a number of years now and i believe that every time they
do that song, they become more and more bored with it. just look at they're
faces while they play.  how much better would the show be if they ended it
with some other tune they haven't played in awhile.  maybe they could end with
a cover of something....i don't know, just anything else!

early ig concerts were more fun, more spontaneous.  there was more energy put
into them (i guess with exception of that famous la show).  i had the pleasure
in attending a private show with them in chicago for the radio and record
industry before sots came out.  it was incredible!  they didn't just play the
"old standbys". which was great.  everyone had a great time-especially a&e.  i
just wish they had that same enthusiasm when they played bigger venues!

so, in closing, for that guy who wrote that comment--"i'm with you man!!!"

thanks for listening to my schtick!

brian belbis

p.s.
comments welcome! >>

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in a message dated 98-02-04 15:36:15 est, indigowomyn@ruralcom.net writes:

<< ctf--why retire it!?  there are so few things in life you can count on!  so
few things that are "for sure."  it's like, you know they are going to play
it.  if you watch emily on videos or at shows, it's like she knows..."yep, i'm
for sure.  they all will sing along with this one!"  and her smile when
everyone sings the words she wrote...well that makes it all worthwhile... >>

what's wrong with not knowing what's going to come next....the status quo is
safe but boring!!!!

brian belbis

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howdy fellow ig list folk--for the first time in a long time i post with a
very serious message.  no jokes, gimmicks or impersonations here.  i
realize it may be nigc but when i am through i hope all will agree that it
is worth posting.  now that i have your undivided attention....
        i am being as sincere and humble with this as you will ever see me
be in this forum.  i recently committed myself to a huge challenge and i
need as much support as possible to reach my goal.  i have never committed
to anything this large before unless you want to count my expedition across
the country to see ig at nff in 96.  but this is bigger and better than
anything i have ever undertaken personally.  i will be participating in the

twin cities--->wisconsin--->chicago aids ride.  for those unfamiliar with
the ride it is a 500 mile bike ride in 6 days from july 6-july 11 that
benefits various aids charities.  in order to participate one must raise
$2300 which is a lot.  i realize i only know a few of you personally and
may even get flamed for asking the list for pledges.  i have seen the list
raise tons of money for donations in the name of a and e to various
charities.  every little bit helps and just think of it as a "making greg a
totally new person" donation as well as that mini aids cause :):).  we'll
discuss the "help pay off greg's student loans"  ride some other time :):).
seriously though, the experience should be unreal and my training over the
next few months should be rather intense.  for those who know me--i don't
win any body building awards.  so please make some investment in this great
cause and in my committment to make a difference.
        for the flame happy amongst us i can tell you now that i am aware
that not all the cash raised goes to aids charities.  each pledge sheet
explains what percentage goes directly back to aids stuff.  since the ride
started in 94, 57% of all cash raised went back to aids services.  that
totalled 37 million dollars which is a huge amount regardless of any
percentages.  the rest goes to administrative costs and rider safety and
support.  so please consider sponsoring me in this effort.  the money makes
it to the right place.
        i will spare those not interested from more details.  just remember
that if all list folk gave like a dollar or five dollars it would add up
really fast.  i know there's like 700-800 folks out there.  i also
understand that many of us here have like cash flow issues after all the
concerts.  i don't expect people to help if they really can't but i do hope
that those who have the means to give even a teeny weeny bit will consider
supporting me.  if interested please email me privately with your snail
mail and i can send you a pledge form asap and give you more detailed info.
i greatly appreciate any help you can give and i promise to keep those who
express interest posted on my progress.  the humor in watching a 135 pound
man transform into a huge buff hulk should be reason enough to give.  fun
for you maybe :).  thanks so much and i'll also take creative ideas on how
to decorate a bike helmet with ig stuff.  i'll need a constant inspiration
on my head.  back to igc

greg, who must get back to the gym

ps--ask pooh how cool this ride is because she did it a few years
ago--right pooh?--wanna back me up :):)

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have been thinking about this for a couple of days.  i think pushing the
needle too far has been one of the most consistently powerful songs for me
(though i remember listening to it when i first got the album back in high
school and *cringe* wishing it & the other amy songs sounded a bit more like a
nice soothing emily tune.  i've had nights where i drive and drive, screaming
the lyrics to this song, hit rewind, stop the tape and sing it again.  i have
a hard time separating "best constructed" or whatever the official title we've
given for best put-together song from "songs that have the power to rock me
out of my deepest moods"...i mean, celene dion can belt out technically
proficient songs that don't do piddle for me emotionally.

other songs high up on the totem pole:

love will come to you--5 years after the album came out, i found myself crying
when i listened to this on an airplane ride last year.  one of those songs i
can put on repeat for hours until the words start to sink in and i can feel
whole...

leeds--why am i so drawn tonight to songs that make me cry?
strange fire
ghost

and after seeing them life, a couple of honorable mentions to:
dead man's hill and
cut it out

best song they've covered:
redemption song

peace and good night,
shelley

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hey guys!

since i really can't list my favorite ig songs, i chose to split them up
between amy's songs and emily's songs.   here's my list:

amy's songs

1.  blood and fire
2.  land of canaan (live version only) fabulous guitar work
3.  jonas and ezikial
4.  strange fire
5:  reunion

emily songs

1.  loves recovery
2.  cracy game
3.  10000 wars
4.  love will come to you
5.  ghost

best cover songs

1.  uncle johns band
2.  tangled up in blue
3.  down by the river
4.  all along the watchtower
5.  midnight train to ga

best songs written by g. mchugh

thin line (hehe)

ok....there are my lists....

brian belbis

p.s.
has anyone seen the new pearl jam cover?  in my opinion, it's the best cover i
had ever seen....just thought i'd share.

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in a message dated 98-02-05 01:55:25 est, gflame@megsinet.net writes:

<< nigc >>

what does this mean?

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well, as everyone else has said, this list could go on forever...

1. power of two (coming from a hopeless romantic, plus it's the first ig
   song i ever heard)

2. dgtgag (and every break-up/love ballad amy's written)

3. not to mention, "love will come to you", which has become my theme
   song of late.

how about favorite lines?

1. "nothingness into withoutyouness"-pure lyrical genius

2. "i don't want what's best for you, where will i be when you've found
    it?"

3. "me and jesus, we're of the same heart. the only thing that keeps us
    distant, is that i keep fucking up."

my contribution to the latest...

amy m.

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

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cool topic.

my vote goes to ghost. music is amazing and the lyrics are so intelligent.

runnerup--virginia wolf

2nd runnerup--kid fears

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could someone also send me the info on this boot tree?  this is the
third time i had to reinstall my internet account and i keep losing my
email and bookmarks.
thanks,
donna

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> celene dion can belt out technically proficient songs that don't do
piddle for me > emotionally.

i think that statement should go out to all the people who kinda look down
on amy, technically speaking.

ian

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> has anyone seen the new pearl jam cover?  in my opinion, it's the best
cover i
> had ever seen....just thought i'd share.

what?!? what?!? did i hear that right?? my favorite artist ever covering my
other favorite artist ever *fans self* this sounds too good to be true.
explain, please??

ian

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people,

        okay, i'll try to keep this brief....due to an aborted us vacation (my
littlest brother couldn't get a visa) whihc may be a blessing in disguise,
my folks are seriously considering going to australia (due to my continued
insistence), allowing me to see my first ever ig
concert!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

        what i wanna know is: anyone else on this site planning on going? and in
which venue? what show? answers here may or may not influence where and
when i will watch (tentatively, it's one of the sydney shows) , howver, it
would be cool to be able to hang out in line (i plan to be out there _real_
early....) with some people i've had prior contact with (and i'm curious to
know who ya are too......)

        other questions....anyone know how to get tickets from here?? the ~worst~
thing that could happen is that i travel all the way there and the thing is
*sold out*. see the headlines now..."crazed fan kills self in front of
state theatre"......

        hope to get some replies soon, the 26th isn't that far off........

ian c.

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> i think he meant the cover of the album...but i could be mistaken.

        yeah, it kinda slipped my mind  that pj is coming out with a new album
(that's cause it takes forever for copies to get here; why get worked up
over nothing?) it's just the thought of amy & emily doing a pearl jam song
(amy doing "black"....oooohhh..) kinda drove my imagination
crazy......sorry if i looked a bit overexcited!

ian

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it is so hard to say which ig song is my favorite because i love them all so
very much but i would have to agree with some others on the list that my top
three would be:  love will come to you, ghost, and you left it up to me.
they are all sad and sappy types of songs but i love them the most.  that's
just my 2 cents though.

not to sound too ignorant but does anyone know who wrote "weakness in me" or
"the water is wide?"  i haven't been able to figure it out!  thanks in
advance for the help :)

beth

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hello y'all,

after reading the many posts, i decided to come out of my usual state of
lurkdom to pipein my opinion on this thread.

imho the best song by our girls is none other than "love will come to you"
even after all this time.....the song still gives me goosebumps every time
that i hear it.

other songs that rate high on my list......southland in the spring time,
watershed, and let it be me.

later kids.

nancy

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>   i think the best indigo girl song is shame on you. it has a lovely beat
> and a nice message to it. all there songs are real good.

i like shame on you a lot, but in my opinion it's lack of a good guitar/
banjo solo prevents it from being the quintessential ig song.

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just thinking about closer to fine - i think shame on you may be the
new closer to fine - at the one (and only) ig concert i've been to,
the audience had a similar reaction to the song (jumping up,
singing along, dancing around, etc...) to shame on you as they did
at the end to closer to fine, and i think amy and emily seemed to
enjoy soy as much as ctf.....

john.


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marcie : "and kind friends"

(charlie brown and snoopy show)

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hey there..

i have been a devoted fan of ig sinse 1990 ...more like obsessed!  and i
still find a warm spot in my heart for ctf.  i find it like a trip down
memory lane when they close their concerts.  it is almost like the song
threads together everyone in the audience.  there are the new kids who
are just loving it for the first time and then there are those of us who
are remembering all the things that ctf has accompanied in our own
lives...having loved ig for so long.

the other thing is...ya'll need to face that they probably won't take it
out anytime soon. :-]

just my pennies and thoughts...rhonda

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okay..i don't know how in god's name i forgot this song when i posted my
favorites.....remember me?!  virginia woolf and jonas and ezekiel...
i was thinking, ya' know -- recent albums. my alltime favorite indigo
girls tune -- "everybody's waiting (for someone to come home)"
if you haven't heard this, run and find it....for some reason this song
makes me nuts.  the first day i heard it i was layin' flat out on my
living room floor, and *that's* no lie. :)

-bethany :)

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                              re: shameless request - please read (nigc)2/5/98

hkf's
   i'm a lurker on the list for the most part. i just wanted
to throw in my few pence on this subject. i think it's a
shame that greg had to worry so much about getting flamed
for this kind of request. i mean, i know nigc is frowned
upon... but, i've seen plenty of trivial nigc come across
the wire. and this cause is one that could affect us all.

anyway, i know what greg is going through. training for
such a physical undertaking is pretty strenuous... but add
to that raising 3000$ when everyone you know is
poor... well... it's tough. i'm doing a marathon in
san diego in june for the lukemia society. if anyone wants
to send me letters of support, i'd appreciate it!! of couse,
money is welcome too! :) marginal igc at best - i found out
recently that michelle malone did a marathon for the
lukemia society. cool!

i've said it before... but, you can't hear it enough.
i appreciate this list sooooo much... you're good people.

alicia

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i have to agree with a previous poster.  i think the best song is
"prince of darkness".  i first heard it in virginia beach on some
radio station during their lunchtime show that featured new artists
(1988?).  i was mesmerized!  i hunted down the cd, and listened to it
non-stop for the rest of spring and summer.  i really love the way
they trade vocals; the harmonies are very gratifying.  although i
love all the other albums, their first still resonates with me.

favorite concert moment also comes from the self-titled album.  i
first saw them in 1989 at the ventura theater in ventura, ca (any
boots?  i loved that show!) with my venezuelan boyfriend .  we sat
in the balcony in a packed house, and the two of them just played,
with all their guitars on stage around them.  the played "kid fears",
and the audience sang michael stipe's part, but when we realized it,
we kind of stopped and laughed, and amy said, "no, keep on.  you're
doing great!"

lastly, my other memorable moment was at the greek in berkeley,
listening to "love will come to you" while staring up at the
beautiful blue sky, clouds gently passing by, their voices soaring
into the sky.  lying on the blanket on the hill, i thought life
couldn't get any better than that.  i don't know that it has.

rusty
raleigh, nc

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"digest  brian m. belbis" wrote:

><< in a message dated 98-02-04 09:29:19 est, deirdre_lynch@hotmail.com writes:
>
> << closer to fine (time to retire this one >>
>
> hello all!
>
> ok, am i the only person on this list who agrees with the guy that wrote the
>above statement???!!!

probably, since it was written by a woman :-)
kirsten

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        okay, i know the vets are gonna get pissed at us for so much nigc,
but i have to come in here.  i agree with you people!  alana davis is
making a lot of money off ani d.  did ani even meet alana before okaying
it?  by looking at her you can tell she's a product of seventeen magazine!
i scream every time i hear her on the radio, which is a lot!!!  i think
ani should kick her ass!! :)  (i didn't mean that, so no flames, please!)

        micah

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<<
could someone also send me the info on this boot tree?  >>

somewhere along the way i missed the post for the seattle boot tree also.
could someone forward this info on to me as well.  thanks.  i am quite
grateful!

dena

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two words:

walk away ...................


chris

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just wondering if any "lifeblood" tablature has surfaced anywhere.  i
posted about it nearly a month ago and haven't heard anything -- i
figured it was entirely possible that a *new* person might have it. :)
so...if you have it or know where i can find it, please let me know --
i really want it. :)  thank ya! :)
by the way, this is another fave.....
i always feel like bawling when emily sings "stayed in childhood where
the shade keeps you coo-oo-oo-oo-ol -- making my living selling
lemonade."
gee, that'd be fun, wouldn't it?!  (i use to sell beaded bracelets and
lemonade at the end of my driveway when i was 8 -- never made any money,
man...i always spent too much money buyin' the supplies! sound
familiar?!)
oops...another tangent.  i need to be regulated. :)

-bethany :)
oh yeah....heather davis if you're readin' this (i don't have your
alternate e-mail address -- sorry!), i haven't forgotten about you.
your chapel hill and bogart's boots are going out today :) stephanie
merhar too...study hall tape -- goin' out tomorrow :)

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>i definately agree that ctf should be retired.
>i've seen a&e perform for a number of years now and i believe that
>every time they do that song, they become more and more bored with
>it. just look at they're faces while they play.

it's interesting you should mention this because i was listening to
the boot of the dec 9 iu show and it seems like the whole audience
sang the 1200c version where the line "i spent 4 years prostrate
to the higher mind..." is sung as "i spent 4 years *prostrate* to the
higher mind..."  amy & emily looked at each other and then laughed out
loud when we sang it.  in fact, emily was laughing so hard she couldn't
sing the "and i was free" part. heehhe :)

i thought it was so cool because they did kinda look bored playing
that song right up until the audience kicked in and did something
like that which was totally un-expected.  in fact they both had the
biggest grins on their faces the rest of that song.  they let us all
sing the 3rd verse "i stopped by the bar at 3am..." and they were
just playing and smiling and laughing and scanning all around, happy
as could be.  we infused a little energy into that tired old song
for them. :)  i like to think they'll remember the dec 9 iu show
if for no other reason than that.  :))))

that was, hands down, my favorite ever show ender (of any concert
i've ever been to).  just think how different our lives would be
if they didn't close the show with that song.  i think it's a must
at any ig concert.  ctf was the first song on ig and it's only fitting
it's the last song we hear at an ig concert.

my $389.72 worth... :)

~~~~~           o                 --strange fire--
|o|  all       /|\    "when you learn to love yourself / you   |o|
|o| things   _/ | \_   will disolve all the stones that are    |o|
|o| indigo     / \     cast / you will learn to burn the icing |o|
|o| - rick   _/   \_   sky and to melt the waxen mask..."      |o|
|o|                    - amy                                   |o|

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hi,

i'm new to the list.  if there is a seattle boot tree, i'd sure like
info on it.  thanks.

cindy

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        <<
         could someone also send me the info on this boot tree?  >>

        somewhere along the way i missed the post for the seattle boot
tree also.
        could someone forward this info on to me as well.  thanks.  i am
quite
        grateful!

        dena

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> over nothing?) it's just the thought of amy & emily doing a pearl jam song
> (amy doing "black"....oooohhh..) kinda drove my imagination
> crazy......sorry if i looked a bit overexcited!

that thought itself gets me psyched!!! i can see it now....all the passion
and emotion that is in "blood and fire" would have it's parallels to
"black".  what would be even cooler, would be if eddie and her did a
duet...can't you just see them harmonizing together?  that song would be
so intense!!!!

st-st-st-st-st-steph

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what advantages does cooledit have over traditional remastering with
an equalizer and a 2nd tape deck?  and doesn't it take a lot of disk
space to store it to a hard drive?  and what format does it store it
in on disk?
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---lori collins <loricollins@earthlink.net> wrote:
> deb commented:
> >i remember you, bert, but with all due respect to the current admins,
> >i don't think you were here for the "heyday" of the list (when
stephen
> >spencer admin'd from osu)!  :-)
>
> didn't bert give amy the "let it grow" teeshirt? not meaning to
contradict
> ya deb, but i was around during that period, and i think bert was as
well...

could be, that's why i didn't state it definitively!  perhaps he was
just more active a couple of years ago than my early years on the list.
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---richard halpern <halpern5@ccm.net> wrote:
>

>  who wrote "weakness in me" or
> "the water is wide?"  i haven't been able to figure it out!

i think weakness in me" was written by joan armitrading (sp?) but as
for "water is wide", somebody else will have to help you there

> beth

now, i couldn't help noticing that in your address line it says,
"richard halpern".  would that make you beth halpern?  just wondering,
considering that sphere is coming to theatres soon.  if i recall
correctly, the lead female character (and my all-time favorite
character in a book) was named beth halpern.  :)  i think too much.

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i just really listened to make it easier, and wow!  emily's raw emotion is
amazing, and both of them workingoff each other is too cool...do they ever
do this one in concert anymore?  what a preformance that would be!

alisa

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hi kids (i can say that...i'm almost 30!!!!!!)

here is the set list from last nights show in phoenix and a few random
thoughts...

welcome me
hammer and a nail  (nice little sing along...)
shame on you
it's alright (there wasn't a big scream after the word gay...i was shocked!)
jonas & ezekial (reminds me of my little susie b marine, must be the hwy 5
referrence or something...)
get out the map (emily's voice cracked at the beginning of it- she and amy
gave    each other this big grin afterwards-it was really cute)
shed your skin (rocked)
love will come to you (love this song.  they were so "on" playing this
one...it was like listening to the cd)
i don't wanna know w/ the tantrums
thin line
romeo & juliet (amy really got into this, and just like in denver, the
audience sang almost as loud as she did!)
winthrop :)
cut it out/wish you were here
chickenman  (is it me, or is the dave solo thing getting old?)
galileo

encore:

bury my heart at wounded knee
blister in the sun ( i can't stop listening to it!)
closer to fine  (with our little buddy ben singing along on stage)

the show was wonderful, much better (no offense so. cal. people) than the la
and sd shows i'd just seen.  the venue was really small- an old high school
auditorium.  very cute (and little) place.  i don't think there was a bad seat
in the house!
amy and emily were both in great spirits, and were very very welll received by
the crowd. musically, they sounded very together and in synch.  emily lost it
a little bit during winthrop and thin line, both during the solo's, but who
cares.  she's still the best!!!!!!
i went out at the intermission and talked with danielle howle.  she's just
awesome.  i introduced myself and she said "yea, i saw you in the front row
and i was singing that song about my momma to you, remember?..."  i didn't
know what to say, she totally threw me off and i just started cracking up.
she said they'd be back out west in june and july!!!

then there was ben...after spending a good part of the show screaming out
amy's name trying to get on stage, he finally gave up and just jumped up, ran
to emily and said "can i sing with you"?  the security guard tried to stop him
but then stopped and let him talk to her.  amy just smiled and watched him
singing ctf.  it was great, and i was really happy for ben being able to sing
with them.  however, i think security should be tighter at these shows.  what
if it wasn't someone with good intentions who was jumping up on that stage?

ok, i'll get off the soapbox about security.

hope everyone that was there had a great time!!!
oh, and by the way, i booted the show, and will be offering it soon.  :-)

jan

ps- bf and alison, your tapes are on their way....

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subject:      ctf, ani, alana

just thought i would jump in on the 32 flavors debate.  i believe
once a song is recorded, anyone can record it and just pay the
songwriter a fee and percentage of any album/single sales the song
wracks up (like whitney houston making dolly parton a very rich woman
with "i will always love you".)  also, she has to recognize the
composer on the disc somewhere, but doesn't have to say anything
special.  although i've just gotten into ani in the last year with
"living in clip", i have to say the first time i hear the alana
version, i liked it.  it is a great song, just done in an average
manner.  in fact, after hearing alana sing it, i went back and
listened to ani again to make sure it was the same song.  i would
hope that people would learn more about ani from this exposure, since
it doesn't appear like a radio station in raleigh is ever going to
play ani.

just so there is some igc, i have to say i would be very sad to see
ctf bite the dust.  as someone said earlier, it's the first song on
ig, and is a fitting closure to a show.  i've only seen them 3 times,
but it's been great every time.  while anything can get old after a
while, i think tradition also counts for something!

wow.  two posts in one day.  back to lurking.

rusty in raleigh

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ooooh - this really floats my boat...i love the idea of this....

black would be excellent...maybe elderly woman (good acoustic guitar part,
perfect for them except no realized harmony, but i'm sure emily could make
something up)

someone should drop a hint to a + e about pj and give 'em some chords to
practice!!!


kasey

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the water is wide

is an old "spiritual",  i have no idea who wrote it, but its an old
song... at least 2-3 hundered years old i'd guess...


---lori saeki <liltree@yahoo.com> wrote:
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> ---richard halpern <halpern5@ccm.net> wrote:
> >
>
> >  who wrote "weakness in me" or
> > "the water is wide?"  i haven't been able to figure it out!
>
> i think weakness in me" was written by joan armitrading (sp?) but as
> for "water is wide", somebody else will have to help you there
>
> > beth
>
> now, i couldn't help noticing that in your address line it says,
> "richard halpern".  would that make you beth halpern?  just wondering,
> considering that sphere is coming to theatres soon.  if i recall
> correctly, the lead female character (and my all-time favorite
> character in a book) was named beth halpern.  :)  i think too much.
>
> lori ann
>
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here is the setlist from last night's show at union hall:

welcome me
hammer & a nail
shame on you
it's alright
jonas & ezekiel
get out the map
shed your skin
love will come to you
i don't wanna know (w/tantrums)
thin line
romeo & juliet
winthrop
cut it out (wish you were here)
chickenman
galileo
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bury my heart
blister in the sun (w/dh & tantrums)
closer to fine (all)

notes: the igs made a couple of remarks that the crowd was "lifting them
up", that they were "a light in the tunnel'... maybe because they
haven't felt physically well, or maybe some of the recent concerts
haven't been as intimate...the concert hall was "little" (as described
by emily) and the reaction was very warm... it was a rainy, miserable
night outside, too.
big reaction to "love will come to you" :)
huge reaction to "blister in the sun"
not one song from so...?
my personal faves: "thin line," "lwcty" and "winthrop"

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he did.

i remember it well.

and he always signed his emails

"let it grow".

-larissa, creaking slowly back in her old-timer chair...


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> >>hello all.  my name is bertin lefkovic.  i have been off the ig list
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> deb commented:
> >i remember you, bert, but with all due respect to the current admins,
> >i don't think you were here for the "heyday" of the list (when
stephen
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> didn't bert give amy the "let it grow" teeshirt? not meaning to
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> ya deb, but i was around during that period, and i think bert was as
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okay, before i said that the most perfect song was "ghost"  but i didn't
mean that that is my favorite song by them (it's up there, but it's not my
absolute favorite).  my all tiem favorite ig song is "power of 2" (anyone
who's been around here for a long time and has read my postings knows
that).  my other favorites include (it is hard to narrow these down...)
"watershed" "you and me of the 10,000 wars" "mystery" "1 2 3" "scooter
boys" and "hey kind friend"...  now my second favorites include. . . (just
kidding!).  but it really is hard to decide which ones are my favorites
and which ones are my second favorites, etc.  my all time favorite album
is n*i*s.

now on to c2f and ending the shows with it.  i agree with y'all who say
it's a classic.  in my opinion, any ig show has to end with this song.
c2f is the one absloute classic ig song.  someone said that "soy" can take
its place, but i disagree.  a few years back, the same was said about
"galileo".  while "galileo" and "soy" are very well known and popular,
they are just not as classic as c2f.  i really like how teh shows usually
end with c2f.  it gets the crowd excited one last time, so we all leave
feeling lots of ig love.  sure it's no surprise, but it is still very
exciting!

okay. i am rambling.  bye for now!

:-) karen

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in a message dated 98-02-04 23:14:25 est, grnpeace@fullnet.com writes:

<< i can't believe i forgot this train revised.  please forgive me.  it
won't happen again. >>

hey it's okay! it happens to the best of us. just be sure to learn something
from this horrible mistake...:p
dana

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in the event this question hasn't already been answered...

>>  who wrote "weakness in me" or
>> "the water is wide?"

water is wide is of "traditional" origin.  james taylor does an achingly
sweet rendition of this on his new moon shine cd (ca. 1991)
and he gives the usual "traditional" songwriting credit on the insert.
sorry if this has already been answered.  i've been on a deleting frenzy
lately as the number of posts-per-day has soared...
peace-nic

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        hi all,

        sorry about the unrelated content... but does anyone here know
if a dave matthews mailing list exists?  if not, it's probably high
time someone started one up... =)

        thanks a ton...
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i was just wondering how many of you out there have heard the 2-10-93
eddie's attic boot. :)  it's a two taper, man...really good (both 110
minutes :)...anyhoo, they do a rendition of "water is wide" with
caroline aiken (i *do* believe that's her... i couldn't hear them very
well when they introduced her....)that's completely amazing. :)
seriously, i was stunned the entire time...couldn't move.  this is one
bitchin' boot and if you have the opportunity to snag it, ya' should. :)

-bethany :)

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in a message dated 98-02-05 01:43:30 est, bbelbis@aol.com writes:

<< ok, am i the only person on this list who agrees with the guy that wrote
the
above statement???!!!  i definately agree that ctf should be retired.  >>

sorry, i can't agree with you there. i think it's cool that they've kept ctf
going for so long. plus, i just like the song. and it's a perfect song to
close a great concert with! just my opinion! :)
dana

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okay, i know someone mentioned that weakness in me is by joan
armatrading, but check out kris mckay's version of this song. really
wonderful.

peace,

dan perkins
austin, texas

"god, thy will is hard. but you hold every card."
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if a boot for the 26 january 1998 show at the warfield in san francisco
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now, but am very interested in obtaining this.

thanks!

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in a message dated 98-02-05 13:59:32 est, you write:

<<  just think how different our lives would be
if they didn't close the show with that song.  i think it's a must
at any ig concert.  ctf was the first song on ig and it's only fitting
it's the last song we hear at an ig concert.
  >>

yes!  yes!  yes!  yes!

i was just going to be my usual quit self and let the ctf argument go with out
my input, but i cannot stand it any longer.  ctf was my introduction to ig.  a
friend of mine who used to be on the list gave me a mix tape, one side various
artists and the other side ig.  somehow, even though ctf was the last song on
teh ig side, i ended up hearing that song worse (it wasn't rewound the whole
way).  so, anyway, to make a short story long :)  i was psyched!  to me an ig
concert wouldn't be complete without ctf.

i will agree that maybe they could play it at the beginning or the middle,
that would be refreshing, but to retire it?  no way!  i see visions of me
chaining myself to the stage, refusing to leave until i hear that song!

so, anyway, that's my take on it.  peace and love!
kar

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hey there!

> just wondering if any "lifeblood" tablature has surfaced anywhere
i haven't figured out the whole thing but this is what i have:

for the intro and first part of the verses:
e(022100), ?(099800), ?(077600) the last chord is alternated with
this (077800)...

this is as far as i've gotten with it:-(, maybe somebody else can
contribute the rest of the chords????

peace and
take care,
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as soon as i send out the seed tapes to all of the branches, i will announce
that the branches are open for leaf business.  should be a week or two.

anne :)

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dar listees-

if there is anyone out there that has the address for the dar-list please let
me know what it is...i'm looking for 2 tix to the feb 7th concert in
huntington, ny...thanks a lot!

ilana

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hi,
i'm coming out of lurkdom to ask if any kind friend out there booted this
show? please email me privately, i would just love a copy!
        danielle

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> someone should drop a hint to a + e about pj and give 'em some chords to
> practice!!!

i agree.  this is a great idea!  how about "daughter"?  i could see a lot
of harmonies there. i had to listen to it, right after all the talk of
"black".

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i am glad to see that i'm not the only one who has thought this.  i love
c2f but i really think that it's time for it take a rest.  i'd be so
incredibly excited to come to a close of a show and hear something
different.  i think it would be great!
just my .02...

kate

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hey, y'all--

anyone have any tips on playing the fingerpicking pattern for ghost?  in the
songbook, it's tabbed out as having 8 notes per measure, but it doesn't sound
right when i play it that way.  i've been playing it with 7 notes, a little
pause after the third, which sounds right until i try to sing along and then
the rhythm's off.  i don't know if its just that i'm so used to hearing the
song with 2 guitars, or if i'm just not playing it right.

any help would be appreciated!

peace,
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>
>        sorry about the unrelated content... but does anyone here know
>if a dave matthews mailing list exists?  if not, it's probably high
>time someone started one up... =)
>

there is a dmb newsletter you can subscribe to. i'm subscribed, but i don't
remember how i got subscribed. i think a dmb web site has the info.

---ha

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haven't seen it mentioned in this new thread, but the girls did open for the
femmes early in their career. i remember on one of their videos, amy was saying
how they'd been touring a long time, opening for rem, violent femmes and
hothouse flowers.

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how could anyone even suggest this? think of the fans who don't have the
good fortune to see them again and again. i mean, australia is only to be
graced with the ig presence for the second time this year, the second time
in a 10 year career. we couldn't possibly be getting tired of it. not by a
long stretch. it's a song that has such unifying power for all fans, it
would be a tragedy to lose it, especially for all the first timers in the
audience.

helen - who hopes they play it at both concerts she's going to see.

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finally !!!! the book has arrived !!!!!!! its pretty cool, complete tab for
"selections" from 1200 curfews: closer to fine, galileo, ghost, i dont wanna
know, joking, jonas and ezekial, least complicated, mystery, power of two,
pushng the needle, strange fire, this train, virginia woolf, world falls...

no bury my heart or tuib, but complete solos and everything for strange fire
and closer to fine and pushing the needle etc. so its not too bad...no new
pics though, all from the cd booklet...still i am happy....off to learn the
solos the right way...

peace
sasha

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hey y'all!

i was wondering if anyone has been able to distinguish the actual lyrics
to amy's "vision boy"?  i've had it on a boot for a long time but the
quality is not good at all... and it's really hard to figure out what
she's singing.  anyone have that?  oh, i checked out lifeblood's site...
they have it listed once... but no lyrics.

if anyone can help out, i'd appreciate it... i really like the song...
but knowing the lyrics would even be better!

fav songs:  i'd have to say "cut it out", "caramia", "ghost", "welcome
me", "10,000 wars", and "secure yourself".

fav covers:  "tangled up in blue", "bartender blues", "weakness in me",
and "down by the river".... (wait, i also wanna say they tear it up on
"free fallin'" too... i'd love to hear them do that one again!).

that's about it...
twink!
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in a message dated 98-02-05 03:42:21 est, lisalisaa@aol.com writes:

<< my vote goes to ghost. music is amazing and the lyrics are so intelligent.

runnerup--virginia wolf

2nd runnerup--kid fears
  >>
the brilliant lisalisa summed it up perfectly in my mind!  however much i love
those songs, though, i truly believe just about every song is an ig classic
for some reason or another.  actually, for a long while there, kid fears was
my no. one,but ghost recently took that spot.  next week, who knows?  see
y'all when the snow melts!

bonnie

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helen wrote:
>
> think of the fans who don't have the good fortune to see them again
> and again.

hey, i have to agree with helen here... i mean, i've been a fan since
1989 and rarely got to see them perform for quite a few years (happy to
report that was not the case this year... but that's another story).
and i always counted on them doing that song (and they always did that
song) every time i caught a show!  it was, after all, the song that
introduced me to ig!

> it's a song that has such unifying power for all fans, it would be a
> tragedy to lose it, especially for all the first timers in the audience.

yes, again... i love the way the entire audience sings along with that
song!  perhaps, though, it's come to make a lot of us sad... because it
usually signifies the end of the concert!  maybe they should
switch-it-up in the set-list?  i mean, think about it though... i really
enjoy getting a boot and hearing the audience... what parts they sing so
loudly as to almost drown-out amy & emily... it's a fun song!

okay, just decided i had to get in on that one!
later,
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hey again!

for all those who voted "love will come to you"... anyone remember
hearing amy (on a boot) say something along the lines of how she was
trying to convince emily to title it something different... like
"walking thru the mud on a rainy day"?

that cracked me up... it would've been a great title... but emily opted
to go with the obvious anyway.  just a little fyi there!

later,
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  hi all,

  i am new to the list..and was not aware of the wide circulation of ig
boots...and i am now getting jealous...i want some...if anybody wants to help
me out..i would love it....all i have is a blank tape...butf you guys help me
that will soon change...please if there is anyone out there willing to help
out a rockie...e-mail me privately...

emily
ps...when passing over this letter think about how you felt when you got your
first boot....

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hey y'all,

just got a request from a friend of a friend for women who self-identify as
lesbians to take part in a health survey as part of a masters thesis project.
if anyone is interested, please let me know by private e-mail and i'll forward
the information to you.

thanks,

pam

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the way i see it, the indigo girls getting rid of closer to fine is like
barry manilow getting rid of i write the songs or liza minelli giving up new
york new york. just doesn't work!

just my fourth of a penny,

jendy

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  i am looking for bookleg of any concerts. i have none at the moment.i am
willing to pay for the tape and the postage to mail it. i am also looking
for bootlegs of melissa etheridge. if any one can help me out e-mail me at
my private e-mail box.

i like closer to fine, but i would not take it off the play list. i think
it is extra fun for fans at conerts to sing the words to.

my favorite ig album cover is nomads indians and saints. missy

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hkf's!

        game 2 of ig jeopardy has ended and the winners are:

        1st place (tie) - claudine lapsky & d. schulman with $20,200 points
        2nd place - indigofrk with $19,398 points
        3rd place - sue harney with $18,000 points

        congratulations and thanks to everyone who played :)  stay tuned for
a more difficult game 3 coming your way ;)

tony

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how come no one has mentioned this??? it's new to me, but probably one of
my faves. the part where she says "and the way she smiles so knowingly at
me gives me the shivers" gives me the shivers! i don't even know where to
start with other faves...just wanted to bring this song up.

pax, celeste

p.s. to those of you who are as clueless as me when i first saw this, it's
the girl with the weight of the world in her hands :):)

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i know i'm using my age as a shameless way of getting what i want, but i
really would like a boot of color me grey, blue food, & tuesday's children.
i've nothing to offer but a 7th grade essay and a blank tape...oh yeah,
and postage too!

pax, celeste

p.s. just wanted to mention my first ig experience at the warfield in sf
waiting in line for 15 hours... it was worth it, since amy & emily looked
at me countless times...cuz i was front row!!!!!!!!  plus i made eye
contact with em during power of two and got her pick!!!!!!!! gooo meee!!!!!
pretty good for first concert, huh??? yay!

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actually ani did get to hear it before it was released. she must have
been deaf that day though. she said it was like a blind date. you never
knew what you commited too until you see some asshole sitting across from
you. not a direct quote but close to it.
although i think alana's 32 flavors is well.. pretty damn sad, the rest
of the album is actually quite good. i think she is one of the few
female performers who have an original sound. like it or hate it she has
a sound definately her own. god knows there are so many female performers
today who fir into two categories: melissa etheridge
wannabies(cough....garrison starr..cough,cough) or tori amos
ripoffs(umm.......can we say abra moore). sorry to all the fans of those
two singers. yes, i know...taste differs.
but anyway, give "blame it on me" another chance. i really think she's a
talented girl.
ben

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hey y'all,

   i flew in to phoenix on wednesday for the show (i live in albuquerque,
nm).  i was really psyched that it was the girls without the band.  it's
been a couple of years since i've caught an "acoustic tour".  i'd have to
say the highlight of the show for me was the wish you were here cover (even
though a blister in the sun was frickin' incredible). blew me away almost
as much as redemption song at red rocks.  i really love it when ig does a
cover song.

>amy and emily were both in great spirits

      on this i'd have to disagree.  i think amy was in great spirits.  i
loved the little "hi" (without the y'all) she gave the crowd in the
beginning.  she also seems to be doing lots more hand gestures these days
and smiling, smiling, smiling.  i like watching her express herself in this
way.  :)   cute.  but emily seemed out of it to me.  some of her guitar
runs seemed muddled, she messed up a part of the piano on winthrop, and her
voice was real weak to me.  don't get me wrong, i would never emily bash,
but everyone is human and she seemed to be having an off night for some
reason.
   i thought it was cute how amy had on these peachy/orangy jeans with a
hole in one knee and emily matched her with a peachy/orangy t-shirt under
her overalls.
   i enjoyed this show much better than the last one i caught in denver in
december.  the acoustics in this little theater were much better than the
old boxing ring i saw them in last. i hope they come to santa fe, nm this
summer.  i've had to go to phoenix twice and denver twice since june to
catch any shows. i'd much prefer the hour drive to santa fe than the 7 hour
drives to az and co, but a girls gotta do what a girls gotta do to see the
girls.      :)


                        --sunny

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ok i'm writing again. i'm prolonging my trip to the gym...grunt. anyway,
last night was probably the best ig show i've ever been too. i think it
was more because of personal reasons than musical ones. i had about
twenty or so friends scattered in the audience. the venue was also
incredible. it couldn't have seaten any more than 1200 people. the stage
was set up with bunches of candles and it was just a great experience.
     daneille howle also has to be one of the coolest people i've ever
met. i told her that i'm a voice major and a singer/songwriter and asked
her for any advice that she might have. she said in that cute accent "
man, sing whatever the fuck you want. don't worry about being pigeon
holed. if you wanna write a country song or a punk song go all out." she
even wrote the on my live from the mckissik cd.
    yes, i even got to jump on stage and sing with them. before last
night i would haveto agree ctf was getting annoying. but after last night
...well you know. the security there was really nasty. i just wanted to
dance with a group of people an aisle during "i don't wanna know" and we
got kicked out. when i asked why the security lady said "the girls on
stage don't want anyone to dance. they will stop playing if you
continue".you could have at least said it was a fire hazzard or made up a
better lie.
    after i sang with amy she was really cool and told me i had a great
voice and i did a nice job. too bad they turned my mic off....but who
cares. amy said my name.
     well that's it. i've been on a high all day. the asu paper even
wants to do a little column on me. well, time to find a new dream...how
does "indigo people" sound?
ben
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hi folks-

i happen to have 3 extra copies of cds which were given to me by an
extremely well-intentioned relative, who i was surprised to discover had
actually been listening while i was discussing music with her last
thanksgiving. i thought long and hard about what to do with them, but my
wallet is hungry.

ig - shaming of the sun
dar williams - end of the summer
ellen james society - reluctantly we

all 3 are still in their original shrink wrap and have never been
opened. i'm guessing they cost the usual $12-$16 each. so, i'll sell
them for $11 each plus postage. it would be easiest to sell all 3
together for $33 + $3 postage, though that may be asking too much.
however, i will give priority to anyone willing to buy all three.
interested listers please e-mail privately.

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i know this has nothing to do with the list, but i was wondering if anybody
could help me out with what this internet server does. it is calledinternet
utilities 97.anyone can help it is very much apperciated.

indigo girls rock!

missy

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hey y'all...been doing some thinkin' for the past few days, so i thought
i'd throw these things out to you. first, i am *so* glad the girls are home
again (yeah yeah, i know i never see them or even know them, but it's just
cool to have them back home again...).
        second, marivel, the pictures absolutely rock! for any of you who don't
have these, you are missing out on something wonderful!
        also, i was watching an ig concert from last june (great woods) and i
couldn't help but notice amy's hands. i mean, they are so long and thin and
her arms are very muscular, but her fingernails were sort of long. so
anyway, not to sound obsessive, but i just wanted to share my interesting
new discovery. amy has *beautiful* hands.

i hope you all have a great indigo weekend and that hopefully we can come
up with some new things to talk about (not to sound rude or anything, but
can we really find an ig song that is the *best* or will the girls really
ever retire c2f?  never!!) :) take care y'all.

                                christy :)

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and it's my thirst that brought me to the water
when i give it all up then she carries me on
and it's alright"    -em

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  i have to cds of a singer called colleen coadic that i am wanting to sell
at $12 a piece. they have never been open.

titles:

say anything and today

missy

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hey everyone -
don't know if the latest issue of curve is out on the shelves yet (what is
with that, anyway? are they always this slow?) but just wanted to let the
listees who have aol know that they can access the second part of the amy
interview on the curve site - that is, at keyword "curve" and then do a search
for something like "amy ray."

and if other people are itchin' to read the article (sans pretty photos and
stuff) i'd be happy to post it, if you let me know.

~flora

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>
>haven't seen it mentioned in this new thread, but the girls did open for the
>femmes early in their career. i remember on one of their videos, amy was saying
>how they'd been touring a long time, opening for rem, violent femmes and
>hothouse flowers.
>


i think you are talking about the live at the uptown lounge video where they
say they opened for r.e.m., neil young and hothouse flowers.
lori

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alright i'm back.  yes i'm offering again cause i think i have some sick need to
torture myself.  i'm sending out the last of the sases today, so all of you who
sent me one should have photos in your posession in the next few days (postal
workers willing).  i think i've hit the 60 or 70 mark by now!  and amazing as it
seems, this just seemed easier than looking through all my backed up mail...if
you want copies of my photos, and have written me in the past week or so and
have not heard back from me yet, please e-mail me again and i promise i'll get
you all the info you need.  for those of you who might be stumbling on this for
the first time...i am on a mission from the heavens (?).  i have been offering
reprints of 6 of my indigo girls concert photos taken at the 10/25/97 umbc, md
and 11/2/97 geneseo, ny show.  2 of amy, 2 of emily and 2 duo shots.  they are
actually on matte paper now (the glossy people were screwing me over and
screwing up my order way too much to make it worth while).  and they are 4x6.  i
think that's it.  so if you want them and have written me, please write me
again.  i'm not ignoring you.  i'm just hopelessly burried in old mail.
thanks...

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hey everyone,

well, it's only a couple of weeks to go before amy and emily
grace australian shores once again, so i guess it's time to
get started planning the various list meets.  nothing's
really been decided yet, especially for the pre-melbourne
show meets, but here's what we were thinking:

* feb 21, melbourne - dinner pre-show, somewhere near
        the venue.   i don't really know melbourne that well
        so can anybody suggest a place to eat?
[so far: me, andrew, penelope, neill, derek, ?anna?]

* feb 22, melbourne - same as above.  all suggestions
        welcome.
[so far: me, andrew, penelope, neill, anna]

anybody who wants to come, drop me a line!  the more the
merrier.  and if any of the melbourne people want to take
over organising this - please do. :)  it's hard to organise
stuff when you don't know the area...

* feb 26, sydney - dinner pre-show, at a cafe called primos
        on the top floor of the qvb, around 6pm.
[so far: me, andrew, penelope, anna, madeline, jing khoon,
ian, shelley, karen, kirsti, more]

* feb 27, sydney - "picnic" pre-show in the pitt street mall
        around 6pm.  everybody buy/bring their own food and
        we'll eat together before the show.
[so far: me, andrew, jing khoon, helen, kirsti, chris, more]

i'll sort of be doing the general planning for both the
sydney get togethers and penelope will handle the final
details.  anyway, please let either of us know if you're
coming (even if your name is on one of the lists above), so
we get an idea about final numbers etc... or if you have any
questions, just drop me a note.

also, i'll be at the brisbane show as well so if there are
any brisbanites hiding out there, let me know if you want to
get together...

okay, i think that's it for now.  happy happy everyone,
sherlyn
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date:         thu, 5 feb 1998 21:28:58 -0800
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>>haven't seen it mentioned in this new thread, but the girls did open for the
>>femmes early in their career. i remember on one of their videos, amy was
saying
>>how they'd been touring a long time, opening for rem, violent femmes and
>>hothouse flowers.
resa


>i think you are talking about the live at the uptown lounge video where they
>say they opened for r.e.m., neil young and hothouse flowers.
>lori


no, amy distinctly says neil young, violent femmes, r.e.m. and hothouse flowers.
resa

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uh-huh...resa be right on that one....
may does say violent femmes.....and she looks *so* cute when she does.
:)

-bethany :)

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make that amy....
may ray...gee..that's an interesting one. :)

-bethany :)

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may ray...kay ray...jay ray...fay ray
what if it was amy in king kong's hands!!  ahhhhh!!
(do i have the name right?  fay ray in king kong?  oh well, i guess the
movie was made like 30 years or more before i was born...)


>make that amy....
>may ray...gee..that's an interesting one. :)
>
>-bethany :)
>
>

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may ray...jay ray...kay ray...trey ray...fay ray
well, wouldn't that be weird...amy ray in king kong's arms!!!  she would
knock his lights out before he got a hold of her.
ok, so it was fay wray...i'm not being picky for spelling.  i always
think of rocky horror picture show when i hear of fay wray..."who ever
heard of fay wray, that delicate satin draped frame, as she clung to his
thigh...how i started to cry"  but what would it be if amy were in her
place?  "who ever heard of amy ray...that passionate polyester wearin
frame...as she as she kicked at his thigh, how he started to cry"  or
something like that....

sorry if you got an earlier version of this...i never got it after an
hour, so i didn't know if i messed up the address or something...but
this one is better anyway.
love,
  carol
i realizes amy dosn't rhyme with any of thoses names up there, but may
does...and besides, i bet amy would be considered a near rhyme

>make that amy....
>may ray...gee..that's an interesting one. :)
>
>-bethany :)
>


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on thu, 5 feb 1998, rusty harris-bishop wrote:

> just thought i would jump in on the 32 flavors debate.  i believe
> once a song is recorded, anyone can record it and just pay the
> songwriter a fee and percentage of any album/single sales the song
> wracks up (like whitney houston making dolly parton a very rich woman
> with "i will always love you".)  also, she has to recognize the
> composer on the disc somewhere, but doesn't have to say anything
> special.  although i've just gotten into ani in the last year with
> "living in clip", i have to say the first time i hear the alana
> version, i liked it.  it is a great song, just done in an average
> manner.  in fact, after hearing alana sing it, i went back and
> listened to ani again to make sure it was the same song.  i would
> hope that people would learn more about ani from this exposure, since
> it doesn't appear like a radio station in raleigh is ever going to
> play ani.

i haven't heard the alana davis version of "32 flavours" so i can't
comment, but regarding songwriter's control over who records it:  there's
an album out called "the bottom line - a bunch of songwriters sitting
around singing", on which jimmy webb, in his intro to "wichita lineman"
(which he wrote), explains that the songwriter gets to choose who records
it first, but after that, s/he has no control.   "jerry lee lewis can do
all your songs (he plonks on the piano five times), not a damn thing you
can do about it."

mat

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on thu, 5 feb 1998, karmen ford wrote:

> yes!  yes!  yes!  yes!
>
> i was just going to be my usual quit self and let the ctf argument go with out
> my input, but i cannot stand it any longer.  ctf was my introduction to ig.  a
> friend of mine who used to be on the list gave me a mix tape, one side various
> artists and the other side ig.  somehow, even though ctf was the last song on
> teh ig side, i ended up hearing that song worse (it wasn't rewound the whole
> way).  so, anyway, to make a short story long :)  i was psyched!  to me an ig
> concert wouldn't be complete without ctf.

i've only ever been to one ig gig (shepherds bush empire, nov. 1994), and
yes they did play ctf and everyone got up and danced to it.   but, if all
the versions of that song they play are like the version on 1200c, then it
really is time to retire that song.   it sounds like it's just being
bashed out, and i really can't stand emily's "freeeeeeee" bit on the
second verse.   i also notice that this is the one song on which they have
not been the slightest bit adventurous in the arrangement - it's still
played in more or less exactly the same way it was played on the record.
remember what it said on the sleeve notes to 1200c about them making each
song fresh every night, so they don't get bored with the songs?   that
doesn't seem to have happened with this song, which may explain the
comment that the girls do seem to have got bored with it.

mat

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i just thought i'd share with you all something that was posted to the
fairport convention mailing list a couple of weeks back ...

mat


> sometime ago the list was regaled with bizarre headlines from us
> newspapers. in that vein i post the material below:
>
> odd signs from england
>
> sign in a london department store:
>
>  bargain basement upstairs
>
> in an office:
>
> would the person who took the step ladder yesterday please bring it back
or
> further steps will be taken
>
> outside a farm:
>
> horse manure 50p per pre-packed bag, 20p do-it-yourself
>
> in an office:
>
> after tea break, staff should empty the teapot and stand upside down on
the
> draining board
>
> > > on a church door:
>
> this is the gate of heaven.   enter ye all by this door.   (this door is
> kept locked because of the draft.   please use side door.)
>
> english sign in a german cafe:
>
> mothers, please wash your hans before eating
>
> outside a secondhand shop:
>
> we exchange anything - bicycles, washing machines, etc.   why not bring
> your wife along and get a wonderful bargain?
>
> sign outside a new town hall which was to be opened by the prince of
wales
>
> the town hall is closed until opening.   it will remain closed after
being
> opened.   open tomorrow.
>
> outside a photographer's studio:
>
>  out to lunch:   if not back by five, out for dinner also
>
>  seen at the side of a sussex road:
>
> slow cattle crossing.   no overtaking for the next 100 yrs.
>
> outside a disco:
>
>  smarts is the most exclusive disco in town.    everyone welcome
>
> sign warning of quicksand:
>
>  quicksand.   any person passing this point will be drowned
>  by order of the district council.
>
> notice sent to residents of a wiltshire parish:
>
> due to increasing problems with letter louts and vandals, we must ask
> anyone with relatives buried in the graveyard to do their best to keep
them
> in order.
>
> notice in a dry cleaner's window:
>
> anyone leaving their garments here for more than 30 days will be disposed
> of.
>
> sign on motorway garage:
>
> please do not smoke near our petrol pumps.   your life may not be worth
> much, but our petrol is
>

(petrol = gasoline)

> notice in health food shop window:
>
> closed due to illness
>
> spotted in a safari park:
>
>  elephants please stay in your car
>
>  seen during a conference:
>
> for anyone who has children and doesn't know it, there is a day care on
the
> first floor
>
> notice in a field:
>
>  the farmer allows walkers to cross the field for free, but the bull
> charges
>
> message on a leaflet:
>
>  if you cannot read, this leaflet will tell you how to get lessons
>
>  sign on a repair shop door:
>
>  we can repair anything.  (please knock hard on the door - the
bell doesn't
> work)
>
>  sign at norfolk farm gate:
>
>  beware!   i shoot every tenth trespasser and the ninth one has just left
>
> spotted in a toilet in a london office block:
>
> toilet out of order.   please use floor below
> >

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ban the star spangled banner while we're at it!

be serious.  that song's a classic.

i don't think they should evah retire that one!


susan
in se
georgia
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ahhh!  it's such a relief to know i'm not the only person with a
thing for hands.
(i usually write this fascination off to my being some sort of freak)

hey, this post just made my morning... ;)

peace-nic

christy lynch wrote:
>i couldn't help but notice amy's hands. i mean, they are so long and
>thin and <snip> i just wanted to share my interesting new discovery.
>amy has *beautiful* hands.

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well, they do say that music soothes the savage beast......

john.


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in a message dated 98-02-06 11:26:52 est, mts5@aber.ac.uk writes:

<< i've only ever been to one ig gig (shepherds bush empire, nov. 1994), and
yes they did play ctf and everyone got up and danced to it.   but, if all
the versions of that song they play are like the version on 1200c, then it
really is time to retire that song.   it sounds like it's just being
bashed out, and i really can't stand emily's "freeeeeeee" bit on the
second verse.   i also notice that this is the one song on which they have
not been the slightest bit adventurous in the arrangement - it's still
played in more or less exactly the same way it was played on the record.
remember what it said on the sleeve notes to 1200c about them making each
song fresh every night, so they don't get bored with the songs?   that
doesn't seem to have happened with this song, which may explain the
comment that the girls do seem to have got bored with it.

mat
  >>
to all:

see! i'm not the only peson on this list that notices the girls complacency
with this song!  and to mat, good refrence to the 1200c liner notes.  if they
don't take our word for it, i bet they'll listen to a&e.

have a great day everyone!

brian

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hey y'all -
here is the second part to amy's interview in curve, copied directly from
their site on aol.  i'm not sure, however, if it is the exact version from the
actual magazine. probably, though. they show one small picture of amy with her
mandolin (which i can find no way of copying - sorry) but i would think that
in the magazine there would be more pictures...  bon appetit!
(by the way, i think amy brings up some really good points here - imho!!)
~flora

with each stirring song and tough political stance, amy ray and emily saliers
have touched our hearts and brought us all a little closer to fine. in the
last issue of curve, amy talked with assistant editor shirley liu about coming
out, her relationship with emily and the honor the earth tour. now the
conversation continues, as amy discusses the lesbian community and our
culture, the girls' new activism with the zapatistas, and the folks who
inspire their passionate words and sounds.

do you have any opinions on the new highly visible, more widely-accepted
lesbian culture?

you mean like ellen?

yeah, the single-name people like ellen, k.d., melissa, martina...

[laughs] i love lesbians. that's funny. people start calling you by first
names; it's very familiar, you know? i like it. i had this construction guy
over at my house and he was trying to bond with me, so he told me he loved
ellen. i looked at him and i thought, "this is great," because ellen is a
point of context for everybody.

anything that's helping the mainstream see things more clearly and be more
open-minded is great. i don't look deeper into that and worry it might be
hurting us in the long run; i don't see how anybody could feel that way about
it. i don't think it's homogenizing lesbianism; people tend to homogenize
things themselves in their minds. they put things into categories and
stereotype them and it takes a while for people to evolve and figure it all
out.

it's similar to when people talk about the indians--they think it's one big
tribe. i can get frustrated about that or i can think that the first thing to
do is to open their minds up to it, and then teach them that there are five
hundred different tribes.

the same thing exists with gay issues. we should open people's minds to the
fact that gay people exist and then to the fact that we're all different from
each other--that there are republican gays and democratic gays and
independents, that there are some gays who like porn and s/m and some who
don't. we're all different people, but the one thing that we're all fighting
for is the right to sleep with who we want to.

can you talk about your involvement with the zapatistas [mexican rebel
fighters]?

we funded a program through honor the earth in 1995 that supported a women's
art co-op. these women are comandantes (commanders) in the zapatista army.
they needed to stockpile and store supplies for their art, textile,
weaving--the things they do to bring some money into their village.

before, they would make continuous trips to other villages and the main town
to buy supplies. they would be harassed by the mexican military, which is
stationed in that area all over the place. women were raped and verbally
abused; they'd have to go through a lot just to get their art supplies.
basically, we funded this project to build a place to stockpile everything so
they wouldn't have to make so many trips.

what else can we find out about amy?  the future of the lilith fair, pushing
the musical envelope, breaking down cultural barriers, and influential people
in amy's life.  an amazing woman, amy ray has much to teach us all.  get the
whole story in curve's march issue at a bookstore near you.

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once again, in my pursuit of all the knowledge in the world, i have a few
questions...

- (very obscure one) anyone know anything about the dolls from sots? whose
they are, if they have any significance to amy and em (besides slight
appearance), where they are now?

- despite my relatively extensive collection of boots, i realized that i do
not have a good copy of "lifeblood" - which of course i realize is *crucial*
to possess.  would anybody like to trade a boot with the song on it? (i'll
give you my whole list...)

- michelle malone: having just really gotten into her, and having heard
various rumors about her, i was wondering if she is gay? ever lovey-dovey
involved with either ig?

eagerly awaiting some answers...zanks a bunch. love you all (everything i
truly love i love in you i love in me...)
~flora

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on thu, 5 feb 1998, all amerikan grrrl wrote:

> > over nothing?) it's just the thought of amy & emily doing a pearl jam song
> > (amy doing "black"....oooohhh..) kinda drove my imagination
> > crazy......sorry if i looked a bit overexcited!
>
> that thought itself gets me psyched!!! i can see it now....all the passion
> and emotion that is in "blood and fire" would have it's parallels to
> "black".  what would be even cooler, would be if eddie and her did a
> duet...can't you just see them harmonizing together?  that song would be
> so intense!!!!

can anybody answer a question for me:  why are opinions so divided over
pearl jam?   i've read article after article in music magazines slagging
them off - one article in mojo (i think) said they were "solidly competent
musos to a man" yet it was a mystery why neil young decided to play and
record with such a "soulless", "boneheaded" band (probably because crazy
horse were anything but competent!") (and let's face it, the album they
produced was nowhere near as good as 'sleeps with angels' and that was
nowhere near as good as 'ragged glory').   what is the truth about pearl
jam, anyone?

mat

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>>god knows there are so many female performers
today who fit into two categories: melissa etheridge
wannabies(cough....garrison starr..cough,cough) or tori amos
ripoffs(umm.......can we say abra moore)<<

don't forget the third female copycat category = alanis morrisette!
(i personally think matchbox 20's lead singer is just a male alanis morrisette
version)

ps -  here's the contents of my small resevoir of knowledge:
the songwriter retains the right to "first use" in commercially releasing a
song _ unless you have signed away your copyright (as in staff writers, when
you write for a publisher) then the publisher can assign the first right to
someone else.

once a song has been released commercially, it's up for grabs. anyone can do
it via "compulsory liscence" - but you have to credit the writer somewhere and
pay like 6.9 cents per unit sold to the songwriter.

using a song to endorse a product does require the permission of whoever
controls the copyright.

so, if amy and emily have retained copyright assignment priveleges in  some
sort of co-pub deal, then bob's tool company could not use "hammer and nail"
in an ad unless he got approval from them.


"remember - always ask for a piece of the gross-
net is fantasy" - freakazoid


wouldn't it be the bomb if amy and emily cameo'd on the simpsons?
maybe homer would go to some women's festival to try and learn more about the
other sex - and ig would be there....doh !

ok i'm done now.
cweti

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hi - my friend went to the palace to get tickets for the april 11 new
haven show, and was told that they couldn't sell them til sometime next
week.  anyone have any info on why or when the new date is?  thanks for
any help.  later.
-sarah

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hi,  thanks for opening this post, and sorry for the nigc  :)

i am trying to make enough money for my dissertation research
by helping out on a citizen's initiative in mass.  for lower utility rates.
i only have one week to gather as many names from mass voters as possible.

it is just to get this on the ballot, no party affiliations.
no one will call or write you.
if i can add your name to the list, it will help me out a lot!
if you can help, just write back.
thanks in advance.

deb de canada

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hi all,

        just wanted to add my two cents...... as a recent listee and a relatively
new fan (got hooked onto them about five years ago.....) and never having
gone to any of their concerts (which will soon change...thanks
sherlyn!!!!!) i never even knew that the ended every show with ctf, which
is one of my favorite songs.

        my point is, just because a lot of the older fans are piss-tired of the
song, don't deny us new fans the chance to experience this little
tradition. that's all i have to say on that.

ian

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> wouldn't it be the bomb if amy and emily cameo'd on the simpsons?
> maybe homer would go to some women's festival to try and learn more about
the
> other sex - and ig would be there....doh !

        ha! ha! ha!!!! :d

        as a diehard simpsons fan i admit, i love the idea. any of the american
listees have any ideas on how to get this idea to groening & co.?

ian

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okay, i gotta say something.  when i was going through that teenage angst
phase of my life, i fancied myself a huge violent femmes (well, and tmbg)
fan.  i loved all the femmes songs, except blister in the sun.  i hate
being at parties or concerts or whatever and watching these stupid little
girls and boys jump up and clap with a song that has no clapping in it!  it
pisses me off to watch these people freak out over this one song.
closer to fine is one of my least favorite ig songs.  and it is definetely
my least favorite song to see live.  i agree with whoever says that ctf
should be retired.  and cudos to brian for mentioning what they look like
while they perform it as of late.
i love the irony in the whole blister in the sun/closer to fine situation
(you know, that they actually closed a show with something other than ctf).
but i must say that it will be a cold day in hell before i enjoy watching
the girls play either of these songs live.
whatever any of that means to you...

jessica

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>i think you are talking about the live at the uptown lounge video where they
>say they opened for r.e.m., neil young and hothouse flowers.


wait, i thought that amy mentioned violent femmes in that list also.  i
remember perking up even more when i heard that.  actually, i thought "you
mean the indigo girls toured with the violent femmes and i wasn't
there!!!!!  what has this world come to?!"

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hands are definitely like the sexiest part of any lesbian esp. butches.
there's somebody about a woman with strong hands that really gets
me....amyray...
later, jenn =)

on fri, 6 feb 1998, nicola nelson wrote:

> ahhh!  it's such a relief to know i'm not the only person with a
> thing for hands.
> (i usually write this fascination off to my being some sort of freak)
>
> hey, this post just made my morning... ;)
>
> peace-nic
>
> christy lynch wrote:
> >i couldn't help but notice amy's hands. i mean, they are so long and
> >thin and <snip> i just wanted to share my interesting new discovery.
> >amy has *beautiful* hands.
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i personally think that there is something secure and familiar
with ending each concert with ctf.
it is always comforting for me to hear it,
except for the fact that i know the experience is closing.
i think that it eleviates (sp) the angst of dissappiontment
when you are waiting for yet another encore song, and it just doesn't come.
it gives me the opportunity to close the evening with something wonderful
and familiar.  it is true closure for me.

i don't want the last song to be some cover that perhaps i don't even like.
a sing-along, especially one as wonderful and significant as ctf,
is a community event/experience. ending concerts with anything else, sort
of leaves everything dangling. it would be unsettling for me.

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c'mon people!!!  how can you want the girls to retire the song that
essentially started it all?  i've been an ig fan for a long time & i've
seen them live a lot and i never get tired of it.  i don't know where you
people are getting these claims that a&e are bored when they sing it.  in
november, i was in the front row when the sang it in ann arbor and the 4th
row the next night in dayton, and both times all i could see was the
absolute amazement in a&e's eyes as the watched the crowd sing with them.
watch 'em folks!!  see how much they smile during this song!!  if they were
so bored with it, why do they bring out guests like ani to sing it with
them? i think that it's the high point of the show for the crowd and for
them.  it's the climax.  if it wasn't they wouldn't always play it last and
if they were bored with it they would've stopped playing it.

~rob
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  since i sent out  that i was looking for indigo girls boot legs i thought
i would mention what i have that i can  copy for anyone just e-mail me in
my mailbox.

i have  a lot on k.d. that i am willing to copy, but you must e-mail me and
i will tell you what i have. i also have many articles on her.

i also have a melissa etheridge unplugged (mtv)/ woodstock on one tape.

if anyone is interested please contact me. i will be happy to do this.missy

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hi
sorry i missed this the first time, but could the person who had
information on the ig screensaver please email me on how to get it?
thanks

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ok -

either i am really bored or my medication is no longer fully potent - but i
propose a challenge !!

c'mon people !  get punny with me !


1) amy and tanner were eating lunch one day. suddenly tanner can't breath.
she turns blue and clutches her chest.   when she finally regains
consciousness, she's in the er with amy by her side.  tanner's raspy voice
speaks..."did i have a heart attack?"   "no," says amy, "you were only chokin'
"

2) picture a cartoon drawing. it's a bright april day in atlanta. emily stands
beside her mother, wheezing and sneezing with eyes a-waterin.  caption reads '
you and me of the 10,000 spores'   (anyone who's lived in atlanta in the
spring can give me a amen)


ok - you get the idea.  this group is way creative, so i have high hopes for
some great puns.

give it a try !  you might like it!  let's make weird al  proud!

cweti

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i guess i missed the screen saver info also.  i've several request for info
on it but never the info.  thanks

tulip
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just found out today that jen trynin will be at the iota cafe in arlington
tomorrow (sat)

and tix are just $6...yep....$6!

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  i am looking for a copy of the cassette tuesday's child put out by the
indigo girls in 1981 when they were called the b band.
  does anyone have any information on how i might get a copy??
  please!!!!!!!
thanks,
chris
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date:         fri, 6 feb 1998 19:42:07 -0500
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reprinted without permission (and hoping to get sued) from this week's
southern voice:

        san francisco-based girlfriends magazine's february issue includes its
list of "the top 10 lesbian restaurants in america," defined as "tasty
restaurants owned, operated and/or frequented by dykes, with cozy
atmospheres, excellent service and a committment to the gay community."
who's number one? atlanta's own agnes & muriel's! "we're thrilled," said
beth baskin, co-owner with glenn powell. "we feel privileged to be
recognized as one of the leading restaurants." baskin, a lesbian, said she
"absolutely" expects the article to bring in a flood of gal pals. who's not
mentioned? the flying biscuit! "we're wrecked," said delia champion,
co-owner with missy speert. "glenn powell is no lesbian! they thought he
was a woman. they thought beth and glenn were lovers! girlfriends came over
and all my servers were so beautiful, they didn't know we were a bunch of
lesbians here." champion said she and speert are both lesbians and, of
course, their candler park eatery is a total dyke magnet. she added, "with
an investor like emily [saliers] of the indigo girls, what more does it
take to get in this magazine--*girlfriend*?" anyway, congrats to the folks
at a&m's, which we are assured has been nicely repaired since that
careening chevy tahoe installed an unwanted "drive-through" early one
morning last month.

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hi folks-

finally got to check my flood of e-mail (mindspring had some mail
problems yesterday), and i just got home this evening.

the cds are spoken for (unless anyone changes their mind - in which case
i'll contact whoever was chron next to respond).

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hey folks!
okay, so i was walking down high street on osu campus when all of a
sudden i see a "what's new" list at this one store.  and what do i see
on it?  none other than "indigo girls video!!!!!!"  so, of course my
friends and i rush into the store and look for it.  well, there's
nothing there so i ask one of the workers and he searches and asks the
"boss" i assume.  he checked the sign and said someone messed up.  the
sign is for new releases and they post the stuff up a day early.  well,
the video was supposed to be released 2 weeks ago tuesday, but it got
delayed.  he told me to keep checking back.  does anyone know anything
about this new video?  i made sure it was a new one, not just more of
the old watersheds or uptown lounges.  he said it was new!!!  whew that
was pretty long!  just had to share, because this has certainly been  a
highlight in a very long week!
peace,
becca

p.s. i agree with christy::marivel's pictures rock!!!  they are
wonderful!! thanks marivel! :)


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here's some more info from columbia records...

"bruce springsteen is part of an all-star lineup including judy
collins, jackson browne, peter, paul and mary, ani difranco, the
indigo girls, actor tim robbins, writer studs terkel, and others,
many of whom waived their regular fees, appearing on "where have
all the flowers gone: the songs of pete seeger," a two-cd tribute
to the american folk legend.  the boss, who recorded six songs for
the seeger tribute, can be heard singing "we shall overcome" on the
finished album.  "where have all the flowers gone" is the first
release on the new indie label, appleseed recordings, and is due
in stores on march 17."

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best ig song ever written?

two words-

strange fire!

in a message dated 98-02-04 21:21:48 est, oh.susanna writes:

<< i think the best song by the intogay girls is
" scared to say we're friends", by the b-band, 1946 or so. okay, i'm kiddin
again! i hate that song. amy at her sappy-finest...boy has she ever grown in
the songwriting dept.  >>

     actually, scared to say we're friends is a wonderful song for what it is.
and i have 2 dear friends who just broke up with each other and this song has
been infinite comfort to them both (how powerful is that?) in this very
heartbreaking time for them.
     the song may be 'old' but it is 'timeless.' i think when you have been
imbued, as a&e have been, with a gift of inspiration, whatever you touch
carries power. not every song will speak to you but you don't have to 'hate'
it. because believe me, it's speaking to someone else.
________________
shel1018 writes:
<celene dion can belt out technically
proficient songs that don't do piddle for me emotionally.>

     i am so glad that you made this observation. it goes hand in hand with my
discussion of the difference between being given musical talent and being
spiritually inspired...
_________________
<i think shame on you may be the
new closer to fine>
     i don't recall who posted this but it is a pearl of wisdom. i think
you're right! thank you for noting something sane in this preposterous thread
of retiring ctf.
     the notion of retiring ctf is just plain absurd! and i think the folks
who have been suggesting it are just trying to rattle some chains. y'all know
when you read something so ridiculous- understand that some poeple think it's
funny to see how many listees will freak out over it. tip- when i read this
silliness i delete, delete, delete...

peace and all things indigo~leah

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hey!

could this be the official release of the great woods show that we've
all been patiently awaiting?

twink!
(who's hoping it is!)

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hi all,

i saw a blurb at work today about the new new mongrels cd "big cup of empty".
woo hoo. the street date is march 17th. of the 12 songs on the cd-- 4 list
special vocalists: "guy lombardo" w/ amy ray, "skin & bone" w/ michael lorant,
"company store" w/ michelle malone & "shooting from the sky" w/ emily saliers.
it is of course on daemon records-- so i am sure it will be available from
www.monsterbit.com/daemon. in case you were worried-- the blurb says that "in
keeping with the mongrel recording code as modified 4/15/96, "big cup of
empty" has been inspected by the standards committee & certified to contain no
bad songs."

hee hee.

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hey all...

quick question, sorry for the nigc...anybody have any df tabs?  i'd love to
get them.  i only have washington worksong and a few others.  since the
songbook that was supposed to come out is now defunct i was wondering if any
of you musical geniuses out there had figured anything out or found sites on
the web.  if so please e me privately and let me know!  and, if any of you
have df boots, which i've never heard of but figure i'd ask anyway, i'd love
to get those too!  we can work something out.  e me.  thanks muchly...hugs and
smooches...

-muli

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>
i thought it was "breast"

subject: re: :)> well, they do say that music soothes the savage
beast......
>
> john.
>
>

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i am also interested in finding out about the ig screensaver.  would someone
please e-mail me and get me how to get it?  thanks.

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>i am also interested in finding out about the ig screensaver.  would someone
>please e-mail me and get me how to get it?  thanks.

actually, could someone just post that info, b/c i'd like to know too...

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sorry to waste space with another "me too", but i'd love any info on a screen
saver featuring the girls!!

~~robin

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<michele@earthnet.net> wrote:

> i thought it was "breast"
>
>  subject: re: :)
> > well, they do say that music soothes the savage beast......
> >
> > john.

yes indeed, ig music charms my sagging breasts!

oops... *no*! i meant *savage* breasts!... both of 'em!

"music hath charms to soothe the savage breast,
to soften rocks, or bend a knotted oak."

     -- william congreve (1670-1729)
        from: _the_mourning_bride_, act i, sc 1

also:

"heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned,
nor hell a fury like a woman scorned."

     -- _ibid_, act iii, sc 8

been there... done that!  ;)

[just doing my part to educate the masses...]  ;)

:o)
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emily has closer to fine which is played at the end of most every show.
what i was wondering what everyone thought was, what's amy's ctf.  my
opinion is either land of canaan (it's been played at every show i've been
to) or maybe shame on you.
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hi y'all!
        i just got in and checked my e-mail.  so, wait, what is this about
a new ig video???  ooohhh ooohhh!  i really hope that store's sign was
correct.  if anyone else knows anything, please keep me updated.
        also, i missed the whole thing about the ig screen saver.  where
can i find it?  i made my own ig screen saver (it's kind of bad, though).
i just typed the words for "ghost" and they scroll across my screen.  but
i think i would like something a bit more professional.
        finally, i keep on forgetting to mention this.  someone gnaked my
copy of "live at the uptwon lounge" and i can not seem to find any stores
that carry it.  i tried to order it off the web, but no luck.  does anyone
know of any place that may carry it?  i cab't believe i am aving such a
hard time finding it.
        okay, i am going to bed...

thanks y'all!

:-) karen

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http://www.ladyslipper.org/

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in a message dated 98-02-06 16:37:27 est, dbulla@po-box.mcgill.ca writes:

<< i think that it eleviates (sp) the angst of dissappiontment
when you are waiting for yet another encore song, and it just doesn't come.
it gives me the opportunity to close the evening with something wonderful
and familiar.  it is true closure for me. >>

i have a real problem with this statement. (please excuse me for writing on
this subjuect for the umpteenth time but someone always adds something that
gets me erked).

how many concerts has this person seen in their lifetime? 1? 2? a handful?
whatever the number is, he/she doesn't know half the truth when it comes to a
great concert experience.  when one goes to a concert, you just don't want
that concert to end!  the best concerts i have attended were the ones where
they come out for a second and third encore.  you just don't see an end in
sight!  now that's a great experience.

when the ig play ctf, you know they're not going to play another song.  ctf is
the end of the concert. finished. over. done. dead.  and to me, the last few
times i saw them, i left the concert saying a statement that began with the
words, "i wish they did..."

one piece of advice for the person who wrote the above statement:

don't worry too much about when the show will end!  enjoy the moment!!!!!

have a good day everyone.


brian belbis

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hello everyone

anyone interested in the screensaver, just email me and i could email you all
related files.

brian

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i am thinking of buying a songbook for one of the albums.. however, i
don't play the guitar, but i am pretty good at piano. do the songbooks
have piano music for all the songs, or just the ones that were recorded on
the piano?
also, what songs sound well on the piano? i've heard some horrible
translations of some rock songs to the piano (stay away from all rolling
stones,) so i would like to buy the songbook that has songs that sound the
best.
honestly, i don't think joking will sound too great on the keyboard. just
my opinion, though.. :)

thanks!
emily (for a brief moment, the 3rd indigo girl!)

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a couple of years ago (before i knew about amy liking frank stanford's
poetry), my uncle read some of his poetry to me.  he used to have a book of
his (i think), but lost track of it through all of his travelings.  since
then i have been searching for the book or anyhting that has frank stanford
peotry in it.  does anyone know where i can find one, if i can find one.
thanks.
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kate <grnpeace@fullnet.com> wrote:

> a couple of years ago (before i knew about amy liking frank
> stanford's poetry), my uncle read some of his poetry to me. he
> used to have a book of his (i think), but lost track of it
> through all of his travelings. since then i have been searching
> for the book or anyhting that has frank stanford peotry in it.
> does anyone know where i can find one, if i can find one.
> thanks.

since all things ig related usually seem to be of interest to more than
one lister...

lots of frank stanford info can be found at:

   http://www.fringeware.com/subcult/frank_stanford.html

:o)
peace...
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>how many concerts has this person seen in their lifetime? 1? 2? a handful?
>whatever the number is, he/she doesn't know half the truth when it comes to a
>great concert experience.  (from "digest  brian m. belbis")

actually i have been to eleven ig concerts this touring season alone,
sometimes driving over 2,000 miles r/t to get there. that would put me at
28
at this point; and i would have to say that many of those were great
concert experiences, and ctf only added to that.

and there was no need to be condescending, and mean-spirited,

deb de canada

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>what's amy's ctf.  my opinion is either land of canaan (it's been played
>at >every show i've been to) or maybe shame on you. (kate-the organic
>lesbian)

i would have to say chickenman.  at the last ny show (marivel and kate, you
remember this), someone actually requested it. i remember thinking at the
time, geez, that is like requesting ctf--they're just going to play it.
and because we were in the front row we hear amy say, "wow, and this is the
only time we've taken that out of the set list."

so my thought is chickenman.

deb de canada

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brian in his state of educating us all wrote:
> << i think that it eleviates (sp) the angst of dissappiontment
>  when you are waiting for yet another encore song, and it just doesn't come.
>  it gives me the opportunity to close the evening with something wonderful
>  and familiar.  it is true closure for me. >>
>
> i have a real problem with this statement. (please excuse me for writing on
> this subjuect for the umpteenth time but someone always adds something that
> gets me erked).
>
> how many concerts has this person seen in their lifetime? 1? 2? a handful?
> whatever the number is, he/she doesn't know half the truth when it comes to a
> great concert experience.  when one goes to a concert, you just don't want
> that concert to end!  the best concerts i have attended were the ones where
> they come out for a second and third encore.  you just don't see an end in
> sight!  now that's a great experience.
>
> when the ig play ctf, you know they're not going to play another song.  ctf is
> the end of the concert.

wow, then what about the shows where they don't do ctf, i have been to at
least 4 where they did not even play ctf, and more (7/1/94 great woods and
5/31/97 hartford) where they didn't end with ctf, actually i never rely on
ctf as a show ender. at hartford i was *right* at the front (front row the
entire show - got up to dance for "bmhawk" and right smooshed at the stage
for ctf, but seeing amy's face, i knew they weren't done.. sure enough they
played one of the best versions of kidfears i've heard in ohh, the 17 or so
shows i've seen. personally, i think kf or american tune is a incredible way
to end the show - any show.
finished. over. done. dead.  and to me, the last few
> times i saw them, i left the concert saying a statement that began with the
> words, "i wish they did..."
>
> one piece of advice for the person who wrote the above statement:
>
> don't worry too much about when the show will end!  enjoy the moment!!!!!


naw, that's when the fun begins in new england, when people meet various
roadies and assorted singers and other folk. sometimes the most memorable
shows i have been to are after show... 8^)

mike r.

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i second the chickenman vote!!  amy is sooooo passionate about all of the
music and you can tell when she plays...but one has to notice a special
place in her heart for chickenman!  (it holds one in my heart too :-]  )

peace...rhonda

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if anyone wants info on the screensaver, contact me privately.

jude :)

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a couple of years ago my college campus was plastered with small signs;
each bore an arrow pointing off somewhere, and the legend:
"parking anxiety program." i took pictures, but never figured out what was
going on.

tony

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i'm sorry i can't remember who it was, but someone mentioned hvaing
figured out the chords to the new song "in a moment of forgiveness" or
whatever it will be called....well, i now have a boot with this on (thanks
karen!!!), and i would love to learn it...so if you wouldn't mind sending
me the chords, i'd really appreciate it...

thanks
kim

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hey all!

well, i just recently started playing the guitar, but i was able to figure out
these chords.  i don't know if they're exactly what amy plays, but they sound
fine to me.
for the verses:
g c g
g c g
g em
d g c g

and the chorus is:
d
c g
em
c d

thats it!!!
~liz

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subject:      retire closer to fine.

two things
one. the times i've seen ig in concert they sure were enthusiastic, happy,
and intense as usual.

two. even if they do retire ctf as their ending song, i'm not worryed . at
the concert i went  to in bloomington, in last year on dec.9 everyone knew
every word to every song. they let us sing to tons of songs and they seemed
so shocked and pleased we all knew the songs.

thanks ,
chrisy

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just a quick request...

does anyone still have a copy of the ig rider that was circulated a while
back?  i'm doing a presentation on touring musicians monday, and i thought
that would help.  thanks a lot!

sue
harne001@bama.ua.edu
wait...don't send it to that address...try s_harney@hotmail.com

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subject:      a touch of indigo in a bad day! (igc)

well, here is the newest installment of my "indigo moments" series....ok,
so i volunteer at the science center up here, and i was working at the
overnight program last night to this morning. i'd been having a really
crappy night....everything was going wrong, so by this morning i was
ready to kill somebody!  the one person who liked ig wasn't there, so i
was all alone listening to my umbc boot!  but anyway, this morning i was
in the back washing the zillions of chemical-laden test tubes, and one of
the workers was exasperatedly (is that a word) exclaiming that she was
out of phenol red and the last container that she was supposed to fill
was only half full.  well, in my ig mind that triggered a flash to
gwtwotwihh, and then, even though i thought the comment would be lost, i
asked her if it was half full or empty.  she replied "it doesn't really
matter cuz pretty soon i'm bound to spill it" and we looked at eachother,
and in unison said "indigo girls--girl with the weight of the world in
her hands!!!"  i didn't know she was a fan, and we spent the rest of the
morning discussing ig.  while we were doing that one of the guys came
back to wash stuff as well, and he is a big fan too.  so that was my ig
moment of the morning...it really made it a lot better!!! :)  ok, i'm
done sharing....

love,
carolyn
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please email me if you want info on the screensaver....thanks

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