lifeblood: listlogs: 1998-03a


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date:         sun, 1 mar 1998 00:48:36 -0500
reply-to:     heather davis <heather@coaps.fsu.edu>
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subject:      austin city limits!!!!!!
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oh my gawd!!!!!!!!!! that duet with vonda s.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! did ya'll
watch that???? ahhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!! sorry, i'm just a tad bit excited!

                                                -heather

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date:         sun, 1 mar 1998 01:28:44 -0500
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subject:      ig on austin city limits (review)
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okay, i just saw the big austin city limits show with ig that we've all
been waiting impatiently to see. my opinion: "that's it?"

it started out well.

1) they did soy. with "fucking up" silenced out - of course. a&e both
looked cute and sounded good.

2) then amy intro'd, "our special guest" - freedy johnston, who regaled
us with his plaintive whine, "don't you want me now?" (no! i wanna see
ig! go away!)

3) next was vonda sheperd on piano with emily singing back-up for "break
my hear slow" - em sounded good. nice, lovely song. (i can relate to
it... but, hey, i wanna see a&e do ig songs, dammit!)

4) next, amy intro'd, "our special guest" - mark eitzel, and plugged his
album "west"... then... ugh. he did a *really* depressing, mopey song
about some guy he hates who's messin with his sister. (aarrrrrggghhh!
enough already!)

finally... a&e on stage, with all 3 of their "special guests"...
   e: "we forced some of our songs on these guys today."
   fj: "you were really nice about it though.
   (tepid laughter from audience)
   e: "so we just learned these. it was like cramming for an exam or
something."
   a: "it's more fun when you share."
   e: "it is. that's the way we feel. tv or no tv."
   (more tepid laughter)

hmmm...

5) gotm - sounded good. emily's voice sounded better than i've heard it
sound in a while. of course, i haven't seen them live since
mid-november. it was upbeat and lively. finally, some real ig tune-age!

6) ctf (still with their 3 "special guests") - amy on mandolin. amy did
the whistle, but her mouth was dry, so she sorta lost it for a sec -
stuck out her tongue and licked her lips - it was cute. freedy did the
bar verse - he did okay. but the whole song was *really* subdued - not
at all the upbeat anthem that we all know.

that was it. 30 minutes. 6 songs. only 3 songs by and with a&e. pretty
depressing really. gee... can you tell i'm disappointed? good, cuz i am.
but even a little bit of ig is better than none, right?

however, if you don't get to see this one - don't think you missed
something really great. (but that's just my opinion - and, hey, what do
i know?...)

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date:         sun, 1 mar 1998 02:01:09 -0500
reply-to:     jules <jmuller@mmcc.midmich.cc.mi.us>
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        i was wondering if anyone had a list of where the indigo girls
were going for thier college tour??  if so is anywhere in michigan on the
list??  please let me know!!

-jules

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date:         sun, 1 mar 1998 02:14:59 -0500
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hey i was wondering if anyone taped the austin city limits special with
indigo girls on pbs..  my area pbs station didn't air it.  if you taped it
and would be willing to copy it for me if i sent you a vhs tape, i would
really appreciate it!!  i'll be waiting with my fingers crossed :)

-jules

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date:         sun, 1 mar 1998 01:38:18 est
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greetings to all in the land of indigo!

well, i am more than a little dissapointed that none of the
4 pbs stations that i could have had a tape of acl from
carries the show.  i wrote all of them e-mail several weeks
ago asking why not and got the same 'we can't carry every
program, but thanks for the input' messages from all.

so my question is, if anyone who taped the show would like
to trade for boots (i have over 100), i would love a copy
(preferably from a 4-head vcr and taped on slow play speed).

take care and peace!

-deb

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date:         sun, 1 mar 1998 01:42:41 -0500
reply-to:     joan morrison <103161.3515@compuserve.com>
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subject:      old murder ballads, acl
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someone asked what amy meant when she said in an interview that she liked
murder ballads sung by little old ladies in appalachia, or something like
that.  that's the first i've ever heard of her liking any music like
that, so i'm just assuming she is referring to mountain music and old
traditional songs sung by folks in the southern appalachian mountains
(ky, tn, va, wva, nc, ga, al, sc).  a lot of those songs tend to be very
solemn, depressing, deeply religious and oftentimes detailing death or
hard times.  some of that stuff is pretty cool, though!  i'm not really
talking about bluegrass, which has only been around for 60 years or so,
but mountain music.  this probably isn't the best reference, but it's
about the only one i can make - a contemporary folk/country example of
this kind of theme might be some of gillian welch's material on her
"revival" cd (which is a great cd, though very somber).  as far as
old murder ballads, johnny cash released a similar song to mtv/vh1
a few years ago called "delia's gone," about a man who shot his wife
dead, and basically pondered what he had done, then shot her again (it's
been a while since i've heard it, so forgive me if i got that a little
wrong).  i'm guessing that that is the kind of stuff she is referring
to.  life in those areas is very much tied to the land, family, and
god/religion; and many of the songs are story songs about death, dying,
hardship, heartbreak, and a life that is often bleak.  not saying all of
it is depressing, but that tends to be the kind that gets the most
attention.  of course, with a lack of infrastructure (due in large part
to the rugged terrain), services, economic development, and adequate
health care, life in the pockets of poverty that exist in appalachia can
be very difficult compared to the relative comfort in which most of us here
live.  i'd love to hear more about this, though.  sounds like amy's tastes
are becoming even more eclectic.

on another note, i loved austin city limits, though i really wish i could
have seen more of amy and emily.  freedy sang my fave song of his!  i
*loved* emily's duet with vonda shepard.  <swoon>  but frankly, i could
have tolerated mark eitzel's song more had his guitar been in better
tune.  thought amy did a great job whistling the piccolo part in ctf
(wasn't it cute when she goofed on that one part?).  i thought they
sounded great on the three ig songs they did, though i don't think
their acoustic guitars were in tune with each other during soy.  they
rocked, though, and looked so relaxed, ihmo.  i thought emily looked
just *awesome* <swooning again...and i tend to be an amy person>
as for them giving up half of their (way too short) 30 minute time slot,
though i would have preferred to have watched 30 minutes of ig,
i do think it says a lot about their character that they would willingly
give up their time on tv in order to spotlight some very talented,
lesser-known, and under-appreciated artists.  that show made me
feel all warm and fuzzy :-d

btw, as someone said earlier, we had ig here in nashville on our pbs
station.  but my parents, who live in northeastern kentucky, had
manhattan transfer, like some folks here did.  my mom said she thought
all their station aired anymore was acl reruns.  if your station no
longer carries new acl programming, complain!!!!!!

peace,

joan :-d

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date:         sat, 28 feb 1998 23:01:54 -0800
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at 01:42 am 3/1/98 -0500, joan wrote:
>someone asked what amy meant when she said in an interview that she liked
>murder ballads sung by little old ladies in appalachia, or something like
>that.
when i read this i immediatly thought of a song my dad ( who's 91 ) used to
sing all the time. i think it was called the martins and mccoys ( they were
good old mountain boys, etc ) i wondered if *this* was one of those murder
ballads ( tho it wasn't much of a ballad; a wee touch fast to be classed as
that )referred to here? it details an old family fued that took place
somewhere out there in the eastern us of a hills... hadn't thought of it for
years. anyone know of the song + if it originates in the hills... or is it
"newer"? ( course, my dad was given to spontaneous recitals of the old
lizzie borden rhyme too... and i know *that* is a fairly modern thingy,
depending on the time frame we're looking at. ) at any rate, it tickles my
funny bone to think of amy slapping her knee in time to the martins + mccoys...
just kim, feeling curious
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date:         sun, 1 mar 1998 19:25:21 +1100
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subject:      lyrics to the mystery song (fri night in sydney)
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hey everyone,

here are what i could make out of the lyrics for the mystery
song amy played on friday night here in sydney.  i still
can't figure out what the heck this song is... can anybody
help?

btw, i love the way amy says "melbourne" (the same way emily
said it on jjj - mel-born).  you americans say it all funny
and... wrong - haha.  (we pronounce it more like "mel-b'n",
it's hard to write down...)

anyway, if anybody could help id this song it would be a
great help!

:)
sherlyn


-these lyrics are almost certainly wrong-
??? gone again ???
as performed on fri feb 27 1998 in sydney

think i'll bag a trip for two
pack it up to kakadu
honey it's not for the weather
or a lack of lovin' you

but i got all this in between
something i had not foreseen
and the deals i made don't matter
and i can't just let you leave

gone again, gone again
there ain't no way i'm gonna ?something about a heart?
i'm gone again

i walked in kings cross for awhile
gave a junkie girl a smile
she got traded in for danger
and the company of strangers
she said all her family
was at the welfare agency
so i gave her my last twenty
for a kiss and some poetry

gone again, i'm gone again
there ain't no way that i'm gonna ?something about a heart?
i'm gone again

if i don't make kakadu
i'll be at the rainbow room
i'll be courtin' some disaster
with the melbourne wrecking crew
honey all this is the same
every dog gonna have its day
if we take another ?dinner?
and we throw it all away

but it's gone again, it's gone again
there ain't no way that i'm gonna ?something about a heart?
i'm gone again


=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= sherlyn koo - sherlyn@fl.net.au =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
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      so you can see tomorrow..."       - merril bainbridge

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date:         sun, 1 mar 1998 03:24:01 -0500
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to all who want to know where and when-

deb reiser *usually* keeps her ig tour dates page as up to date as
possible [that is, when she's not in the hospital -- hi, deb!  ;) ]:

   http://ftp.wi.net/~dreiser/ig/dates.html

those of you in college who have serious legit info about specific ig
spring college tour dates -- please send deb a note so she can post it
on her page and help keep us all informed (of course you can post it to
the list too!):

   to: <dreiser@wi.net>
   subject: ig spring college tour dates

so bookmark deb's page, then we won't have to keep posting to the list
asking where to find ig's schedule, okay...

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date:         sun, 1 mar 1998 20:51:03 +1100
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subject:      lilith article, the sun-herald, march 1 1998
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hey everyone,

this is an excerpt from an article in the liftout "timeout"
section of today's sun-herald, one of the sydney sunday
papers.  it's long, so i won't type the whole thing in, but
there's a lot more, mainly talking about sarah mclachlan,
dar williams and ani difranco.

happy happy,
sherlyn


-music extra-by katherine tulich-

righteous babes

[...]

there are already plans to take this year's lilith to europe and
australia is being touted for early next year.  a double live cd
from last year's festival will be released in april.

"there's been a great response.  we already have more than 200
applicants," says mclachlan.  "the first week we booked erykah
badu, sheryl crow, sinead o'connor, the indigo girls and natalie
merchant for the main stage and we're doing local talent drives
so we can feature more new acts."

according to inidgo girls' emily saliers, lilith has given the
band a chance to play to much wider audiences.  "there is no way
we would have been able to draw crowds of 30,000 on our own,"
saliers says.

while the folk duo have developed a loyal following over the
years, saliers sees a danger in being "fashionable".  "a lot more
women are getting signed; it's definitely a trend.  but look at
grunge, it's now passe."

mclachlan agrees: "i think for artists like myself or the indigo
girls, we've built up our careers at a grassroots level.  but
when you've just come out of the blue and had a smash single,
that's a quicker audience, who only know you for a year as
opposed to people who have 10 years of memories attached to your
music.  those fans will stick around."

[...]

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= sherlyn koo - sherlyn@fl.net.au =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
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      so you can see tomorrow..."       - merril bainbridge

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date:         sun, 1 mar 1998 06:58:34 -0500
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subject:      ig 99x show tonight: sun mar 1
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just a reminder folks:

if you didn't get to see ig on acl last night -- you can hear them on
the internet from a re-broadcast of a live acoustic radio performance
(which, according to christy, doesn't have the cute/funny ig banter and
commentary from the original broadcast... but we beggars will take what
we can get... or boot... or trade... ).

it's on this evening, sun mar 1, 8:30 pm est.
(although elsewhere it says that the shows air sundays at 8:00 pm est --
*and* it is only a half hour show -- so it might be best to err on the
side of caution and start at 8:00 pm.)

it's from atlanta's 99x (wnnx 99.7 fm)

on the internet:

   http://www.audionet.com/music/shows/livex/

[and you can listen to a half hour acoustic show featuring various
artists every friday at 1 pm or sunday at 8 pm.]


audionet also has archived 69 amazing "women in music" broadcasts from
boston. there are several artists in each show -- featuring so many of
the artists we love: ig, ani, shawn, dar, kd, catie, ferron, janis,
mary-chapin, joan a, melissa e, melissa f... it's truly an extraordinary
archive (you can listen any time):

   http://www.audionet.com/shows/womeninmusic/

for all of the above you need realaudio. you can download realplayer 5.0
(audio and video) for free:

   http://www.realplayer.com/hpproducts/player/index.html

and here's some great links for women's music:

   http://www.womenonair.com/othrlink.html

i guess that's enough urls for one post. (with apologies to those
without internet access)

:o)
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date:         sun, 1 mar 1998 08:38:22 est
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official offers chiapas peace plan

tuxtla gutierrez, mexico (ap) - a mexican governor announced saturday he has
devised a plan to bring peace to troubled chiapas state. gov. roberto albores
guillen told the crowd of 6,000 people gathered in the state capital he will
begin talks with leftist rebels and disarm paramilitary death squads.
zapatista guerrillas sparked a bloody rebellion in the area four years ago.
the plan would disarm paramilitary groups linked to the ruling institutional
revolutionary party. the peace plan also calls for banning protest marches and
other protest methods used for decades in largely rural chiapas state.

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date:         sun, 1 mar 1998 09:21:12 est
reply-to:     stocktn <stocktn@aol.com>
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subject:      anyone interested in saving ellen (nigc)
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<< joely fisher (paige) was online the other night....when asked if anything
could be done to save ellen...she said to write to this guy.

this is the same address the human rights organization is trying to get people
to write to....we need to do this soon!!!

doesn't have to be a long letter....

bob iger, president and c.o.o.
c/o viewer voices
abc
47 west 66th street
new york, ny 10023
phone: 212/456-7777
fax: 212/456-4866
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from: pooh318 <pooh318@aol.com>
return-path: <pooh318@aol.com>
to: stocktn@aol.com
subject: a favor...
date: sat, 28 feb 1998 14:38:36 est
organization: aol (http://www.aol.com)
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hey guys...

joely fisher (paige) was online the other night....when asked if anything
could be done to save ellen...she said to write to this guy.

could you post this on the ig list as well...or to anyone you think might
participate??? (let me know if you will do this and if you feel funny...i'll
do it)

this is the same address the human rights organization is trying to get people
to write to....we need to do this soon!!!

doesn't have to be a long letter....

thanks!

-steph

bob iger, president and c.o.o.
c/o viewer voices
abc
47 west 66th street
new york, ny 10023
phone: 212/456-7777
fax: 212/456-4866

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date:         sun, 1 mar 1998 09:45:13 est
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ok, what sweetheart taped it and will share !!??  i'll offer up my first born!


mj

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where can i get some tabs of ig music?? i really want to learn their music b/c
it sounds so fun to play. if anyone can tell me an address to save me time
from searching all over the web, that would be awsome. thanks a lot everyone
~peace

ginger

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my g/f and i are going to be going to atlanta in april...so i wanted to ask
all the atlanta listees and people who have been there some
questions...because i haven't been there in at least 5 years...

what are some cool queer places to go too? i.e. clubs, bookstores, areas etc?
what are some cool a&e related things? like places they played back in the
day, etc.

we are wanting to go see ani play at the masquerade on the 23rd...what kind of
venue is it? general admission? reserved seating? a bar? and what entity can
you get tix from (like ticketmaster or whatever)

thanks y'all

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alright, i was working last night and so i had to tape austin city limits, but
when i watched it this morning it had nothing to do w/ indigo girls.  sure,
pbs aired it in my area, but not the right one!  anyhow, if anyone (i beg
you!) is willing to make a copy for me if i send a tape, please let me know.
i have nothing to trade, but i do have a copy of last night's on tour (in
which the girls perform galileo, soy, gotm, and ctf).  please help!!  email me
privately, and thank you!

peace,
tiffany

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they did not air it here. e-mail me privately. missy

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is that magazine you all are talking about in europe? how can americans get
a copy of it. i never heard ani's music before and i thought this could be
my chance to. e-mail me privately. missy

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just wanted to throw in my two cents on a couple of acl observations:

first, hearing soy with amy on acoustic, rather than electric, guitar -- wow!
and that emily jam in there -- before "roadblock trippin'" -- was ~way~
rockin'!!!
i just love when they stand together and jam! amy looked like she was having
a ball and really enjoying emily's little solo! :)

and what was emily doing with her fists during the vonda song?? i guess
she just doesn't know what to do with her hands when she doesn't have
a guitar in them!!! ha!!

and it was really weird to hear the girls sing all the words of the chorus in
c2f. i wonder how long it's been since they've had to sing them themselves!?!?
and one time through, amy just stopped playing her little mandolin -- kind of
an "ooops! i forgot i have to keep playing here! no audience sing-along to
carry us through!" it was so cute!!!

overall, it was great. not enough screen time for our girls, but then again,
what would we actually consider "enough"??   :)   :)   :)

peace, love and turtles,
cathy

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hey folks, a lot of you are panicking because your pbs station didn't air
the ig episode of austin city limits this weekend. don't freak out yet.
if your local station is like mine, ig will be on this coming weekend. check
your tv guide and/or try emailing your station. that's what i did.
-sam
p.s. did anyone else get a bunch of porn website addresses sent to them
by "tarisa volm" <zalupa123@classic.msn.com>? i was not amused.

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hi,
does anyone have any idea how to get a copy of the 1/30/98 show in la???
please help me!  lots of good stuff to trade, if you are interested please
reply!
-lisa

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hey kind friends,

     i want you all to welcome my friend who goes by the name mike to the
list. this is a very special indigo girls fan whose screen name includes the
phrase luvsamyray. i'll wait till we get a post from this fan before i give
out the full screen name...but, we love 'em already, don't we?!?

     anyway, my pal is kind of a newbie - not a new fan but new to the whole
boot tree trading concept and needs to get a boot collection started. so when
you see the first post, please welcome mike warmly to the list and give of
your time to make copies of some of the staples. it's hard for first time
listers to ask for boots. be generous. i know you will. :-)

~peace and all things indigo~leah

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hey all!  i am dying over here.  i really want the chords or tabs or piano
music or anything to loves recovery, and i cannot find it anywhere!  any
suggestion?  thanks guys and gals.  have an indiglowing day tomorrow!  :)

trooper

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~anonymous

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okay, so i am pissed.  austin city limits was supposed to be on tonight at
11 my time.  so i turn it on, and what was it?  not ig, but a salute to
country music.  blah!  does anyone know if they plan to reshow the ig
episode?

thanks so much!

:-) karen

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in los angeles, kcet, the local pbs station
showed a documentary about riverdance that ran
20 minutes late.  when the show ended, the showed
the ig episode of austin city limits in progress.
what that means is that we only got to see 10 minutes
of a 30 minute ig show!

ahhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!

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greetings all!!

        it's little ol' me, just here to greet everyone on the list after my week
in australia!! (and the concert!!) i want to publicly say thank you to
sherlyn and
penelope for the great tickets that i know i could not have gotten on my
own.

        i also want to thank helen, jenny, penelope, ( god i'm sorry i can't
remember the names of the rest of you because i'm awful that way but you
know who
you are ) and everyone else i met there for letting me have a great time.

        lynda: you are a seriously goofy individual; i hope we can meet
again!! ;-)

         btw, lynda, if you're reading this, could you make me a copy of the
bootleg you made of the concert? i listened to mine and yours is better.

        when i have the energy i'll make a post about how it felt to see the girls
live
for the first time, but right now i'm kinda bushed and still catching up on
my mail.
once again, it's good to be back!!!!! :)

ian

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                - me at the concert

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don't know if this is something that has been discussed already, but in
reading the article posted to the list, i noticed ----again---emily's
tendency of the last couple of years to disparage her more "personal"
songs.

>saliers said she got fired up for more selfish reasons.

>"i get sick of writing songs about myself so i make a conscious
>effort to write from a world view rather than from a self view."

this bothers me, since i think her best songs were the very emotional
and personal ones, like "10,000 wars," "ghost," "love's recovery."

it seems that in the face of amy's political expressions and their
activism, emily feels that her "lovey dovey" "bad poetry" style is
embarrassing. she has tried to incorporate a more political voice, but
often the results seem forced, like "burn all the letters." does anyone
else notice this? i'd like to see her appreciate her very different
perspective and continue to provide that personal, romantic view in her
songs. she's not amy, and that's a good thing. she shouldn't try to be.


---------------------------------------------------------
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thanx so much for the intro leah...
cookies 4 everyone !!!!!
will b nice getting to know y'all
thanx 4 sharing the gifts....

peace love and light
mike

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subject:      re: emily's self-deprecation

yeah - i think one of the (many) great things about the ig is that
emily and amy balance each other out, both in their personalities
and their songs.

john.


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kryten : "are you sure, sir? it does mean changing the bulb."

(red dwarf)

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could someone please help me out?  i had a debate with a friend about a song that
the indigo girls (and everyone else) sang entitled "indian driftwood" (her idea) or
"canadian driftwood" (mine) at lillith fair last summer.  does anyone know what this
song is and where we might be able to get a hold of it or who the original singer
was (i thought it was shawn colvin)
thanks,
e

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on mon, 2 mar 1998, erin parchello wrote:
> the indigo girls (and everyone else) sang entitled "indian driftwood" (her idea) or
> "canadian driftwood" (mine) at lillith fair last summer.  does anyone know what this

isn't "arcadian driftwood" a song by the beatles, or john lennon, or
someone?  maybe that's not who sings it, but arcadian driftwood is a
song...i think...

ok, another pointless post by
emily c

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on mon, 2 mar 1998, emily wrote:

> on mon, 2 mar 1998, erin parchello wrote:
> > the indigo girls (and everyone else) sang entitled "indian driftwood" (her idea) or
> > "canadian driftwood" (mine) at lillith fair last summer.  does anyone know what this
>
> isn't "arcadian driftwood" a song by the beatles, or john lennon, or
> someone?  maybe that's not who sings it, but arcadian driftwood is a
> song...i think...

it's acadian driftwood, acadia or acadie being the former french name for
nova scotia.   (the word cajun is also a corruption of acadian.)   the
song was written by robbie robertson, i think, and originally performed by
the band.   shawn colvin nearly did it on her "cover girl" album, but
over-edited it, i think.

mat

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at 02:41 pm 3/2/98 -0500, emily wrote:
>on mon, 2 mar 1998, erin parchello wrote:
>> the indigo girls (and everyone else) sang entitled "indian driftwood"
(her idea) or
>> "canadian driftwood" (mine) at lillith fair last summer.  does anyone
know what this
>
>isn't "arcadian driftwood" a song by the beatles, or john lennon, or
>someone?  maybe that's not who sings it, but arcadian driftwood is a
>song...i think...

is it not "acadian driftwood"? (no "r" in the first wood). once again, it's
a song by the band, the band. it was written by robbie robertson.

ig credit shawn colvin for teaching them the song during lilith. they did
perform it at vancouver with shawn, sarah and lisa loeb. they also have
been performing it on their own tour when dianelle howle has opened for them.

deb

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actually the song is called "acadian driftwood" and it's a robbir
robertson tune...i did a search on him i think and came across the lyrics
to it a while back, sorry i don't remember exactly where...i think i have
them lying around, so if anyone wants them, let me know and i'll dig em
out and email them to you tomorrow...

kim

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there's a picture of ig from their appearance on "ellen" at
<http://www.geocities.com/hollywood/studio/2548/indigo.jpg>.

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mountain music...maybe she's been listening to that smithsonian
anthology/collection of early  "folk" music.....alan lomax has been
going around for years recording folk on their porchs or in their
yards.murder, spurned love and other assorted woes seem to be favorite
themes, and you can  trace a lot of them back to the british
isles...neat stuff tho.
marilyn

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hey kind friends,

well, i just got to the holocaust museum and memorial in washington dc
for the first time today, and it was an amazing experience.  i was
thinking of lines from this train revised as i went through, but
eventually the extremely powerful images wiped out any thought of ig from
my head.  you know, i appreciate that song in a way that i never did
before.  i always knew that amy wrote it after she went to the holocaust
museum, but things never sank in until now.  as i stood there lighting a
candle to remember those who died in death camps, i lost it.  well, i'd
already been crying, but that really struck me.  so i guess the point of
this whole post is that everybody should go to that museum.  and i think
that once you do you'll appreciate ig even more...that song was truly a
gutsy thing to write.  whether you are a jew or not, whether you are gay
or straight, it all becomes the same in dire times.  please think about
that tonight, and remember that we truly are fortunate ones.  thank you.
sorry to those i might have annoyed by only minimal igc...

love,
carolyn
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hell, leap.
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hey y'all,

i was just listening to boot from 1996 in las cruces, nm.  the final verse
that amy sings in soy, is actually the first verse of scooter boys.  does
anyone know if she originally wrote that lyric (hey blue blood/your nothing
new/ etc) as part of soy and then expanded it into a separate song, or was it
always a different song and she was just playing around with the new material
at that particular concert?

thanks for your thoughts on this!

feeling funny and free (mostly funny due to the flu :-(  )

pam

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hey everyone,

below is a (slightly edited) message i received from someone who
was also at last thursday's ig show in sydney (forwarded with
permission)...

sherlyn
=-=-=-= sherlyn koo - sherlyn@fl.net.au =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= a+e=ig
"i'll breathe and grieve and struggle and strive and love and love and
love, and if i'm lucky, once - just once - the dream will drop to the
floor and shatter in shards of silence.  but i will see, i will see,
in the pattern of the pieces i will see... something.  this will,
this will, this will happen..."                - peter mulvey

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date: tue, 03 mar 1998 08:55:07 +1000
from: lisa j young <youngl@wahs.health.nsw.gov.au>
to: sherlyn@fl.net.au
subject: sydney australia ig show synopsis


thursday 26th february, 1998.
state theatre, sydney, australia.

the state theatre must truly be one of the best places in the world to see
a band.  usually used to host small international bands and musical
productions now, with a seating capacity of 2000.  doesn't look like
much from the outside, but even the foyer is a work of art with a marble
staircase winding up to the first floor from either side of the ground floor.
gilt on everything.

my friend chris & i had tickets in the 12th row on the floor, and we went
early to admire the building.  the ceiling stretched away almost forever,
and there were masses of lights rigged up over the stage.  greek
statues 5m high were on either side of the stage.

the girls came on-stage at 9pm exactly, but for the life of us we can't
remember what they opened with.  (sorry, but i made notes after that !!)
emily wore green jeans & a multi-coloured shirt, amy had striped jeans
and a light coloured striped shirt with long sleeves.  the sound quality in
this first song was really quite bad, i mean really noticeably so, but they
seemed to fix that within a few minutes.

they played (in order): three hits, get out the map, land of canaan (!!)
hammer & nail, don't give that girl a gun and it's alright.  then came
shame on you, power of two, cut it out, and on that track amy played
part of pink floyd's wish you were here which was pretty funny.  they
are so well-rehearsed that it's hard to tell when they are ad-libbing and
when they plan to do something beforehand.

least complicated came next, and it was audience participation.  (for the
american people, australian audiences are probably known
internationally as the worst singers in the entire world.  it only ever takes
place in pubs after lots of drinking, and dogs would run away.)  this
audience, though, sang fabulously well, in tune and everything.  it was
great.

thence came i don't wanna know, emily going solo with the keyboards
for leeds, and amy alone on guitar for romeo & juliet.  r&j was a
gob-stopper, she didn't do it the last time they toured and it was
absolutely, utterly brilliant.

the last part of the main show was galileo and chickenman.  the encore
was ghost, and of course, closer to fine.
all in all, an ace show, it's like having people come round to play in your
loungeroom.  it's the end of the tour here, but they still seemed really
happy and pleased to be playing, thanking everyone for having them etc.
etc.  i guess my only disappointment was that touch me fall didn't come
out, but then again they did play that the last time they toured.  (i seem to
remember amy dropping her fender on the floor when it wouldn't work
properly.)

i don't know how much press the shows will get in terms of reviews,
because it's pop-star season in sydney right now.  u2 and oasis are
here, elton john flew in for the mardi gras, billy joel and pearl jam are
arriving next week.

lisa j.

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did anyone post re: ms magazine's women of the year???
the girls and ellen won...
can anyone tell me more?

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hey folks,

just got this in the mail (thanks!)...

-sherlyn
=-=-=-= sherlyn koo - sherlyn@fl.net.au =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= a+e=ig
   "replace the rent with the stars above,
    replace the need with love..."      - amy ray

date: mon, 2 mar 1998 20:05:54 -0500 (est)
from: pwboston@aol.com
subject: ig on breast cancer cd

hi sherlyn - i thought you might want to forward this to the
ig lists. i don't have any further info.

climb against the odds, june 1998 gains new sponsors with skywalker sound and
the north face; documentary and benefit cd/soundtrack gaining support in the
industry

    san francisco--(business wire)--march 2, 1998--the breast cancer  fund, a
national non-profit organization based in san francisco,  announced earlier
this year its second historic mountain climbing  expedition of alaska's mt.
mckinley in june 1998 to raise awareness  and funding for breast cancer.  the
expedition is called climb  against the odds(tm) and involves two teams of
women, breast cancer  survivors and disease free young women from princeton
university who  will be climbing to show support for a future free of breast
cancer.

    while the team begins its climb a group of survivors and supporters,
members of the bike against the odds team, will begin a 150 mile bike ride to
show their support for the fight to end the breast cancer  epidemic.

    a one-hour documentary on the climb is already in pre-production and is
being produced by michelson-carlson productions offered under  the breast
cancer fund's "tbcf presents" label.  in addition,  discussions are currently
underway with major label artists for an  accompanying benefit soundtrack for
which multiple grammy-winning  songwriter dianne warren has offered to donate
the song "love can  move mountains" as the theme for the documentary.  the
indigo girls  sony entertainment record of emily saliers' song "everything in
its  own time", from the grammy nominated album shaming of the sun will  also
be included in the soundtrack.  "it's great to think our songs  can help make
a difference," said emily saliers.  "this is very  important work and we will
do all we can to help out," said amy ray  of the indigo girls.  the cd is
planned for national distribution.

    skywalker sound, a division of lucas digital ltd, llc has agreed to
donate all facilities necessary for audio post-production including
editing, mixing, and music recording for both underscore and a  planned
soundtrack release.

    advertising agency foote, cone, and belding will be providing the  design
work for collateral and promotional materials and the bailey  group has
created and donated an ad to be placed in sports  illustrated magazine.
eiler communications will continue to donate  pro bono pr as media
coordinator assisted by publicity and special  projects staff at warner bros.
inc.

    outdoor clothing company the north face has agreed to supply all of  the
gear for the climbers and will create promotions within its  outlets on an
ongoing basis.  mountain travel sobek, the adventure  travel company is
providing satellite phones for the climb which will allow the group to
broadcast photos and progress on the climbers on a daily basis through
traditional news outlets as well as a planned-for web site.

    climb against the odds is part of a step ahead, a nationwide series  of
public awareness and fundraising activities that the breast cancer fund
launched in october 1995 to build upon the momentum created by  expedition
aconcagua.  a step ahead programs invite breast cancer  survivors and those
who support them to become involved in a variety  of adventure-based
experiences that encourage group support, healing  and physical challenge as
a way to fight the disease.

    proceeds from climb against the odds raised from sponsorships and
donations will be distributed by the breast cancer fund to projects  around
the country that target the following areas:

    --investigation into the causes of breast cancer, especially
environmental contributors;      --development of novel, less toxic methods
of treatment;     --effective outreach to health professionals, well women
and breast cancer survivors, especially the medically under-served;
     --the integration of psycho-social support and other complimentary
therapies into the treatment of those with breast cancer;      --development
of better detection technology to replace mammography

    the breast cancer fund was founded in 1992 to raise awareness and
funding for innovative and cutting-edge projects in research,  education,
patient support and advocacy.  strategic placement of seed funding made to
projects that attempt to fill the wide gaps of  knowledge concerning the
disease, especially to innovative programs  that are not being supported by
more traditional sources of funding. in its five years, the fund has
attracted more than 50,000 supporters nationwide and has given almost $3
million in program and grants.   for further information contact moli
steinert, 800-487-0492 or visit  our website at www.breastcancerfund.org.

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how do i go about getting a boot collection started? i don't have any.

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hi kiddos -
i found somebody selling one kind of ig shirts: << it's multi colored on white
and it has an illustration of an elephant on the front, and, as far as i know,
it has dates on the back>>  and i cannot, for the life of me, figure out what
tour this is from or anything about this shirt....  if you have it and want to
tell me about it, please do!! or if you know more about these shirts, and are
interested in getting one too, let me know and i'll send you the addy!
thanks!

ps - i had fun seeing the girls again on acl, but it was a bit of a let-down.
that guy with the sorta-goatee singing "you can't have my sister" (or
something like that) over and over again was awful!! (imho, of course).
however, although i wished that they could have hogged the 30 min all to
themselves, i thought it was a true act of humbleness (is that a word?) to let
those other three get some stage time too.
~flora

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hkf's,

i was just flipping through the dec/jan 1998 issue of p.o.v. (don't ask)
and found an ad for finlandia vodka (interesting coincidence already), but
it seemed awfully familiar...

the first picture is of an old(ish) man and next to it, it says, "in a
past life i was a great lover. i left not a heart unbroken in all of spain
or france, or italy. but greece, ahh, my apologies to the ladies of
greece. a man does not stay eighteen forever."

the next one is of a pretty woman with long, dangly earrings, which says,
"once i was a tightrope walker. i sneezed."

and the last one is of an asian person and says, "i thought the world was
flat and that upside down people lived on the other side."

and then, on the facing page, there's a picture of a glass of finlandia
vodka and it says, "i was pure, glacial spring water."

hmm, does anyone else see some uncanny similarities to a certain music
video by our beloved girls???

amy m.

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in a message dated 98-03-02 13:17:29 est, you write:

<< she has tried to incorporate a more political voice, but
often the results seem forced, like "burn all the letters." does anyone
else notice this? >>

i agree with you on this song, but there are other examples of when emily has
been more politically motivated and it has worked out great!!!  for examle,
let it be me.  that i think is one of her absolute best songs ever.  and it is
almost completely all about political issues.  it doesn't seem forced at all.
but i do agree that she writes great personal songs and should be herself :)
that's why we love her!
~liz

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hey all,

what boot has ig doing blister in the sun?? does anyone have this who is
willing to trade?? thanks!!


                          have an indigo day!

                                always,
                                   jeanette
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                             (trades, me, etc.)

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                so what is love then, is it dictated or chosen
                does it sing like the hymns 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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subject:      nigc:  ally mcbeal/vonda

sorry to waste the bandwidth but i saw vonda play with the ig in los angeles
july 97, and i really liked her voice.  i had never heard of her, but a&e
seemed to be big fans of hers.  when i heard vonda had become a regular on
ally mcbeal, i started watching.  can anyone fill me in on vonda, her career,
albums, history, etc?  also, did anyone happen to catch tonight's crucial
ally/billy episode?  i missed it and i'm dying to know what happened.  if you
know, please email me privately and fill me in.

thanks  :)

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don't flame me!

if this has already been posted sorry.

i read in the paper that the guy who did it did it
because he was bored.  he did soy bomb becuase soy in
natural and pure and bombs are not.

it's like a conflict is bad we do it too much
message--hmmm, sound anything like this list sometimes?

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they used to offer all sorts of prizes for collecting points (many, many
years ago) but gave it up. for 1,000 points you could order any cd in
print, i picked up many nrbqs this way. i had thousands of points saved
and called maxell a few years back to get another entry form, but they
said they had canceled the program. why they keep printing the damn
labels still is a real puzzle. when i asked a maxell rep at a trade
show, he claimed i must be buying old stock, but i've been through
hundreds of dozens of xl2s since from many different distributors and
they all still contain the lucky "max points".

--andrew

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>
[cut]
> and the last one is of an asian person and says, "i thought the world was
> flat and that upside down people lived on the other side."
[cut]
> hmm, does anyone else see some uncanny similarities to a certain music
> video by our beloved girls???
[cut]

yes, except for the part where all the white people were really cool things
and the asian person is dumb and silly (or dated, to put it in the best
possible light).

margaret

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date:         tue, 3 mar 1998 13:27:02 -0500
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hey everyone.  my mail has been down for a month, but i am so glad i'm
still subscribed to this list.

amy and emily will never know the multitude of people they have helped to
cope with life in general.  i have just told my soon-to-be exhusband that
i'm gay.  also, my mother and my two sons.  it has been so hard.  there are
two things that has kept me alive through all this
1) good friends
2) indigo music

if through all this i had not been able to drive down the highway with the
windows rolled down, the wind in my hair and ig music turned up full blast,
i truly don't know what would have happened.  there is something very
freeing about wind and loud music--like fugitive and i don't wanna know and
it's alright!  i wish i could meet a & e--not only for the obvious reasons,
but to thank them for what they have given me...the will to go on...

toye

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hey friends, i too am looking for a west coast boot containing "blister
in the sun", perhaps the one that also includes "winthrop". does anyone
wanna trade? e-mail me privately please. thank you!
cate

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of human kindness. a safe place for all the pieces that scattered. learn
to pretend there's more than love that matters..." *emily saliers


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i just have a couple of short stories that i thought some of you might
appreciate....or, maybe not. ;)
#1  i was walking through campus yesterday and some guy was in front of
me..i'm assuming that he was an art major cuz he was toting this big ol'
(telescope lookin') project on his shoulder.  he looked like the dude
from galileo video...(you know..."i lived an entire lifetime within 20
miles of where i was born")suddenly i was whistling and humming as i
headed down the sidewalk.  that story wasn't too groovin'...actually, it
sucked. ;)
#2  i was informed by my i.g. secret police today that one o' the
"sorority girls" on my floor was playing i.g. over the weekend while i
was gone.  i just wanted to go to her door and say..."excuse me, but do
you have a license for that?!" it's funny. i'm so protective. ;) but
yeah...it's good to know that the i.g. joy is spreading on my floor.
yessssssss! :)
one last thing (this is *it*...promise.)
#3  i'm doing a presentation for my native american themes
class...(coming up too darned soon!)i talked to my prof yesterday about
exactly what i was gonna do.  i heard that some other chick is
presenting modern native american music (or native american *related*
music) and i just wanted to make sure that our projects wouldn't
collide.  so yeah..i'm presenting on the "honor the earth" tour. ;)  a
lot of the stuff we've been studying focuses on native american/white
relations in days *past* but ya' know...the tour focuses mainly on
what's happening now.  so yeah...i asked my prof if that'd be
okay...we've studied a lot of sherman alexie and joy harjo who are two
of the poets/artist included on the campaign c.d. so i'm gonna present a
few of the tunes found on it. i'm of course, going to play "blood
quantum" just to put out the indigo vibe...(i mean, who wouldn't?!)
anyway...she said that the other girl mentioned playing some indigo
girls (well, technically buffy sainte-marie) and i almost passed out.
i'm assuming she's gonna play "bury my heart at wounded knee." i just
thought that was neat. ;) a fellow fan...
whoah. sorry dudes. tangent.  i'm so baaaad. :)
i'm finished with my story telling for today. :)
heeeey! i almost forgot! the i.g. are coming back to ohio...have i
mentioned how freakin' excited i am?!  no?!  well..hot damn baby! bring
'em on! yeeeaaaahhh!
-bethany :)

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hey everyone-

i have seen many people looking for west coast shows on the list so i'm
going to say this now.  please note:  do not begin sending requests yet!!

with the help of rick hodgin, we are putting together the first ever cd
boot tree on the mailing list.  rick has the capability of putting boots
onto cds very quickly and i have a very good quality boot of san diego,
2/1/97.  so we're putting our resources together and making this tree.
well actually it's not a tree.  what's going to happen is i'm going to send
my boot to rick and he's going to put it on cd.  then everyone who wants
the cd is going to send him the blank cds and a sase and then you'll have
the boot.

the boot will actually be two cds long, since a cd can only hold 72 min of
music.  i'm going to send rick some other stuff to put on the end of the
second cd but i haven't decided what that's gonna be yet.  well anyway
here's the setlist for the boot:

indigo girls, rinac arena, san diego, ca 2/1/97
kid fears, wood song, shame on you, least complicated, dead man's hill,
power of two, everything in its own time, shed your skin, get out the map,
romeo and juliet, chickenman, virginia woolf, galileo, encores: winthrop,
blister in the sun, closer to fine

well there you have it.  so all you people looking for the boot, don't
worry, you'll get it and it has really good sound.  so everyone just chill
and wait for more info!!!!

take care!
rob
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while i was reading my regular mail last night i found a was a simi
finalist for my song lyrics called generation x by association of
songwriters and lyrics. it made me feel good and i heard indigo girls in my
head when i read the information. i am very happy that they liked it. i
think it could be a good rock song if someone could put music to it. while
i just had to mention my good moment last night.missy

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oops messed up the set list  here's the real one! ~rob

indigo girls, rinac arena, san diego, ca 2/1/97
>kid fears, wood song, shame on you, least complicated, dead man's hill,
>power of two, everything in its own time, shed your skin, get out the map,
>romeo and juliet, chickenman, virginia woolf, cut it out/wish you were
here, galileo, encores: winthrop, blister in the sun, closer to fine

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date:         wed, 4 mar 1998 09:04:03 +1200
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good morning yah'll!

well it is in nz. just thought i'd write quickly and say the ig's rock! we
saw a grand 5 ig concerts in ozland in the two weeks we were there
and had a blast!
the highlight had to be the 2nd melbourne concert where i got to sing
with the ig's!!! too cool! yay! spesh!
next would be the adelaide concert on 2nd march, such a cool venue,
ragey crowd, where i got some really good photos (well i think they are
good), and they finished on kid fears, and they played thin line! and the
new song amy wrote "gone again" or something... i will post a proper
review after i iisten to the boot. i have boots of 2 melbourne, 2 sydney
and the adelaide concert, if anyone is interested email me privately... they
arent the greatest but they are still cool...
it was great to meet everyone, especially sherlyn, helen, iian, andrew,
pen, shelley, karen, aj, mel and anyone else i missed... i especially
enjoyed chatting with yah'll after the second sydney concert til 4 in the
morning, we must do that again sometime!

bye by-e,
lynda - now a member of the "i sung with the ig's" club

ps good luck to yah helen, just remember ctf is usually the 3rd song in
the encore, but if they start asking for the support act...thats your cue.!

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date:         tue, 3 mar 1998 15:40:32 est
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there's a boot cover of the girls doing blister in the sun? how faboo! if true
and the infromation as how one could possably obtain this is going via private
email please let me know to. :)
love and dribbles

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date:         wed, 4 mar 1998 07:56:23 +1100
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hey folks,

as part of my ongoing mental breakdown, i completely forgot
to tell everyone that i'm going away tonight for a week.
i'll have email access over the weekdays, but none over the
weekend (going camping!  well, sort of.  going to see dar
williams! :)

if you need admin help while i'm gone, just drop me a note
and i'll get back to you as soon as i can.  also, i've been
flat out ever since i came back from melbourne making tapes
for local people, but i'll be ready to start arranging the
boot trees for my aussie tapes as soon as i get back.  i
have:
        - melbourne, feb 21 - good/v.good
        - melbourne, feb 22 - excellent
        - sydney, feb 26, good
        - sydney, feb 27, v.good/excellent

also, i have a tape of the brisbane show on feb 24, which
sounds pretty good (what i've heard, that is).  and
hopefully when i get back there'll be a great tape of friday's
canberra show waiting (and lynda, i want one of them adelaide
tapes too)...

we will either run a regular tree, or i'll arrange with
someone in the us to help out with portions of it.  still
thinking about that point.  anyway, don't mail me yet, but stay
tuned for an announcement in a week and a half or so...

okay, i think that's all.  i'll post again before i leave
tonight if i have time.  i stil have a couple articles to type
up but that might have to wait until i get back.

be good and behave yourselves everyone, :)
sherlyn
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date:         tue, 3 mar 1998 15:18:45 -0600
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hello fine listees!

just got word of three new concert dates:

        friday 5/1/98  atlanta, ga  music midtown festival
        saturday 6/6/98  elmer, nj  appel farm arts & music center
        sunday 6/14/98  new york, ny  randall's island

also heard that virginia slam will be held on either the 27th or 28th of april.

deb

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k, i think i missed something...  which video is this supposed to be
like?

>> hmm, does anyone else see some uncanny similarities to a certain
music
>> video by our beloved girls???

thanks for the forthcoming clarification
jill

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forgot about this one...

04/17/98 / memphis, tn / memphis state

deb

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hey there.  i asked a while back about getting some boots of blue food,
colour me grey, and tuesday's children.  i got lots of offers, but due
to some personal problems and such, i haven't been able to respond.  so,
i was just wondering if anyone is willing to (and if not, that's ok) to
make me the tapes and i just pay for both the blank tapes and the
postage, etc.  because of limited transportation, it's kind of hard for
me to get to the post office and everything.  if no one can do this,
then i will certainly try to send blank tapes if i can.  thanks to all
that responded the first time and i am sorry that i never really got
back to anyone.  thanks so much for the offers!  you people on this list
are sooo cool!
thanks, y'all!  =)

sharon

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being the ig fan that i am, i talk about them almost constantly and now
my choir director would like to hear their stuff.  obviously i can't
just give him a bunch of my cd's cuz then i won't have them to listen to
:)  so i'm thinking of making a tape for him, but i'm not sure what all
to put on it.  he said he usually listens to classical (ie mozart, bach,
beethoven, ect).  does anyone have any suggestions?  i'm sure you do :)
email me privately please.  thank you very muchly  for your time :)
jill

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okay, i need to get off this mailing list b/c i just can't keep up with it
right now. but...i can't seem to remember how to unsubscribe myself, or how to
subscribe to the news-only list. can someone please email me and enlighten
me?? thanks! :)
danashine

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i have a buncha older stuff (color me gray and tuesday's children etc)
so you can give me suggestions off of them, too.  thanks again
jill

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okay - a huge number of people responded to my email of "name that shirt" but
i still haven't been able to find out anymore about it. how i found out about
this shirt in the first place was by going to the "rockfetish" website, not
finding any ig stuff, and then emailing them.  here is what i got back:
<<we had some of the black pocket logo "nomads, indians and saints" designs
but we have sold out of them. we have, however, uncovered another batch of
older designs that we are stocking. it's multi colored on white and it has
an illustration of an elephant on the front. as far as i know, there are
dates on the back. it's $16.50 + (s/h) and is available in large only. if
you anre interested in these please let me know so we can put your name on
one. we only have a limited amount.>>
their email is: ***rockfe@rockfetish.com (rock fetish)***
i am not planning on getting one due to the lack of info - but i would really
appreciate it if someone who knew more or actually got one let me know.
thanks!

~flora

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hi all,
        i was just wondering if the person who is going to make the boots of
blue food, colour me grey, and tuesday's children for sharon could do
the same for me while they're at it. you can e-mail me privately to let
me know how much it costs and stuff. i'd really appreciate it.
                love you guys,
                              kindra

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hi everyone. i am just now starting to like ig. i need to know the name of a
song so that i can learn it on guitar. can someone help me out??  here is the
chorus:

"i went to the doctor,
i went to the mountain.
i looked through the children,
i drank from a fountain.

well, theres more than one answer to these questions...."

help!  thanks a lot ~ peace
ginger

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date:         tue, 3 mar 1998 19:21:55 -0500
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can whoever sent me the website addresses for "honor the earth" articles
pleeeaaase send them to me again?!  i'd be very happy if you did so. :)
i went ta' send you a thank you note and i ummmm...deleted your message
without realizing it...then i emptied my trash before i noticed. i'm so
disorganized. thanks again. ;)

-bethany :)

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in a message dated 98-03-03 19:20:33 est, ginger16c@aol.com writes:

<< hi everyone. i am just now starting to like ig. i need to know the name of
a
song so that i can learn it on guitar. can someone help me out??  here is the
chorus:

  "i went to the doctor,
  i went to the mountain.
  i looked through the children,
  i drank from a fountain.

well, theres more than one answer to these questions...." >>

---pointing me in a crooked line....and the less i seek my source for some
definitive.......-----

"closer i am to fine" (yeahh...)  <---title of the song!

~miz*

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date:         wed, 4 mar 1998 08:37:53 +0800
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today has finally arrived.....amy and emily are here in perth and play the
concert hall tonight!

in about 3 minutes they will be on local radio 92.1fm......  :)


i'm as happy as a gallopping goanna, and i pray that this day lives on forever!

jodi
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                don't
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                                out!
                                                -james whitcomb riley
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date:         tue, 3 mar 1998 19:54:27 -0500
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hi,
i was just wondering, where did you get that info from. i looked at the
pollstar website but it wasn't there. are they really going to be in nj in
june, when i'll actually have a license and a car?? that would be awesome.
one more question for anyone who knows. what is that necklace that amy
always wears? i've been trying to figure out what it is for a while.
rb

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anyone out there have any info on the 4/17 show at memphis state?
how to get tickets, maps of the area, cheap (read: borderline fleabag!) hotels??

any info would be appreciated!!! :)
e-mail me privately please and thank you and stuff!
cathy -- who's potentially planning her first official ig road trip with
christy! :)

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    and i said 'oh my god . . . i feel better.'" --amy ray
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date:         tue, 3 mar 1998 20:26:03 -0500
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hey listers,
        i have not posted in awhile and i just wanted to say hey... i am really
busy in my school's musical and i have been bad about checking my email.
today i was listening to the ig in the car and i think i converted my
friend, she was like "who is this? they're awesome.."
        i am really psyched because ani difranco is coming to town in april,  i
cannot wait.. is anyone going on apr. 23 to the masquerade in atlata? i
just bought the tickets this weekend... well i better go, but i am still
very interested in boots to help my measley boot collection to grow,
especially my ani collection.  if there is anyone who wants to trade me ani
for ig let me know....
                                chels

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hey all...this is just a random post...
im watching dawson's creek, i know, im cheesy like that, and they started
playing grace by michelle malone!!! i was sooo excited, and now my
froneds think im an odd person, but they should have known that before
hand!! hee hee...
ok, im done now, carry on with your normal lives :)
jen

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date:         tue, 3 mar 1998 21:18:26 -0500
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sorry to waste the bandwidth, but i have an ani question.  okay, i know
this may seem like an odd question, but what is that song that *should* be
titled 'f*@k you' called?  my friend really likes that one ani song and
does not know where she can find it.  also, what album is that on?  please
respind to me privately.  thanks a lot!!

:-) karen

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date:         tue, 3 mar 1998 18:52:43 -0800
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for all you old time fans, was there ever an indigo girls t-shirt with
an elephant on it? i'm trying to verify if this is a for real item or a
cheesy rip-off. the guy says he thinks that there are concert dates on
the back.

paula

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i know this is silly but i'm not sure which to do!  i am going to be away from
my computer (eeeek!!  crazy how dependent i've become on e-mial!!!!).  should
i just re-subscribe to the digest or will my mailbox get full?  or, should i
unsibscribe?

thanks!
marci

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date:         tue, 3 mar 1998 22:22:11 -0500
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hi everyone,

2 things,

someone mentioned something about ig coming to ohio? explain, indiana is
pretty close you know. . .

and i was talking to my boyfriend on the phone, and i mentioned the indigo
girls, and wanted to know what song they play on the radio, i was like shame
on you and sang a little bit for him. he was like what, i love that song
butthought the singer was a guy? i told him it was amy. at least now he has
one ig song he likes. (its not that he doesn't like them he just has heard
their stuff.

chrisy

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i read an article about galileo the person today and was interested in the
ending, which, interestingly, was not _his_ ending:

galileo was brought before the court because he subscribed to copernican
views about cosmology instead of those which were supported by the church,
i.e., aristotelian ones.  after a warning, he publicly changed his views
and his scholarship.  eventually, though, as copernicus became more
popular, galileo once again publicly sided with this "heretic."  he was
then brought to trial, and sentenced to death.  there was a catch, though:
if he would "admit" that he was wrong, and publicly support the church in
its anti-copernican tirade, he would be pardoned.  he did.  he died a
natural death at the age of (i think) 78.

of course the church pardoned him a few years ago.

just a random bit of semi-ig-related knowledge.  :)

margaret

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i was wondering if there were any fans out that way or close to enid. i am
going out there this summer and was wondering if anyone from that area
would like to hang out. if not if you know of any cool sites to see let me
know. i heard the rodeo is a good place to go. missy

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date:         tue, 3 mar 1998 23:05:03 -0500
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hi all.

i just wanted to say thanks to everyone who sent me encouraging messages
and shared their own stories with me and suggested more ig songs to listen
to in order to get through this very hard time.  sorry for the bw, but had
to say thanks.  you are helping me get through a very depressing and trying
time...and of course, huge thanks to a & e for their music and themselves.

indigo to all,
toye

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date:         tue, 3 mar 1998 22:17:15 -0600
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hey,
        does anybody know if the atlanta, ga concert date is just the girls, or
does it include the whole band? also, could you possibly tell me how to
get tickets?

                love and peace (in iraq),
                        kindra


        -*-*-**-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-
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             will buy you a bottle of wine and we'll
             laugh and toast to nothing and smash our
             empty glasses down....
                                   -joni mitchell

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date:         tue, 3 mar 1998 22:08:51 -0600
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just needed to share my indigo moments from this past weekend...took a trip
to mpls over the weekend and heard ig on the radio three times...yes three
times in one day...
first...i heard r&j...i was astounded, so shocked i almost forgot to sing
along
second....i heard ctf...not a first, but always a pleasure
third...a news bit about rage and ig, their remix of sys will be released
as the b-side to the sys single ....as they said "in the very near
future"...yeahhhhh!

anyway, thanks for letting me share

- casey

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date:         tue, 3 mar 1998 21:14:40 -0700
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  instead of sending cd's could we possibly just send money along with an
sase. i have not a clue where to buy blanks.
ben

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i can't fnarkin believe it. my mom used to be head of delvelopment for
appel farm. i know tons of people who work there. i could've easily
gotten back stage passes. damn!
ben

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randall's island in nyc?
that place is huge, meaning they aren't playing it solo. it's too big, they
had tibet freedom fest, and the only band who has played there recently to
my knowledge is pearl jam back in '96.
mike r.
*who thinks a festival show is in the works?*

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date:         wed, 4 mar 1998 00:46:29 est
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and while i've been pretty random with my posts in the last few months, i just
wanted to let y'all know that i really appreciate your company on the list.
i'm probably going to sign off, at least for a while, until i figure out my e-
mailing situation (never mind my employment or living situations).  but,
should any of you be dying to reach me, i'll still be checking my mail on this
account (so y'all can start sending those happy packing and unpacking vibes
now!!!).

chicago, here i come!

peace,
shelley

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hey y'all~

i've been incredibly busy lately and haven't had any time to check any
of these lovely digests that come into my computer every day.  oh well.
um, i have two questions for y'all:

1) what's up with amy's b-day thing?  (go, no go, who's doing it, all
that fun stuff)
2) i'm trying to plan an "alternative" prom (for gay, lesbian, bisexual,
transgendered youth and their heterosexual allies) at my church for the
dallas area.  does anyone have any experience (been to one, planned one,
know someone who has done either) with something like this?  i'd
appreciate any info i can get!  thanks!

peace y'all-
mandi

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date:         tue, 3 mar 1998 21:25:47 -0500
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just a quick question if anyone knows.  where can one purchase tickets to
the concerts at the colleges??  do you have to find someone that goes to
that college to purchase them or will them be able to be purchased some
other way??  thanks a ton :)  -jules

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date:         wed, 4 mar 1998 03:29:29 -0500
reply-to:     amy cason <stu6361@westga.edu>
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my indigo moment-

my girlfriend and i were watching the american basketball league game this
past weekend, and during the halftime show when the dance group (?) was on
the floor guess what song they were "dancing in synchronicity" to???  you
guessed it!!!  power of two!!!

woo hoo to the abl! :-)

amy

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hey y'all...

i was hoping for some info about the tampa/st pete area, from anyone who lives
near there.  for instance, wat are some cool things to do, etc.  i'm 22, moving
there because my whole family lives in fl.  i would *love* to hear more about
it, and am actually really nervous about the move.  im moving from michigan so
it's going to be a big change for me.

thanks a lot!
my email is carpen48@pilot.msu.edu

amy

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from:         "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
subject:      re: elephant t-shirt?
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> for all you old time fans, was there ever an indigo girls t-shirt with
> an elephant on it? i'm trying to verify if this is a for real item or a
> cheesy rip-off. the guy says he thinks that there are concert dates on
> the back.

*pulling away the cobwebs in my brain* there was a tshirt back in
1991 or so which had an alice in wonderland theme.  i havent looked
at that shirt in ages, but i think there was in fact an elephant on
the back around  the tour dates.  it was a white shirt.

                          _________
amy p.                    \       /     who holds your hand
pegasus@crl.com            \     /      when you're alone
monk@world.std.com          \   /
the original photo monk      \ /                --patty larkin
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>
> > for all you old time fans, was there ever an indigo girls t-shirt with
> > an elephant on it? i'm trying to verify if this is a for real item or a
> > cheesy rip-off. the guy says he thinks that there are concert dates on
> > the back.
>
> *pulling away the cobwebs in my brain* there was a tshirt back in
> 1991 or so which had an alice in wonderland theme.
[snip]
triggering my brain into remembering, as i owned one of these alice themed
shirts - it was the $10 tour t-shirt from 1993. too bad *i* didn't get to
see that tour as it had some *great* shows!


peace,
mike r.

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date:         wed, 4 mar 1998 11:20:28 -0500
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i haven't read my mail in a couple of days, so sorry if this has already
been posted.  i just called dickenson and they confirmed the girls are
playing 4/26.  i'm not a student there, so maybe someone else can
comment on how students can get tickets, but for those of us who'll
be driving in from points outside of carlisle, the tickets will be general
admission and available through the local music store prodejas, on
march 24.  their phone number is 717-245-9390.

the guy i spoke with at this record store said they'll take checks for
the event at $25.00 per ticket, starting now, event thought they won't
actually print them until 3/24.  i'm sending a sase to get them back in
the mail, but otherwise you can pick up tickets at a will call window.
he also said there may be a small (1 dollar) service charge, so check
with them closer to the time to make sure.  that's all i know, so if you
have other questions, call dickenson, find someone who goes there,
or call this record store.

hope this helps,
vicki

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here are the ig concert particulars: (info came from old boss at dick.)

tickets go on sale to students: saturday, march 7th (this sat!)
tickets cost:                           $16
tickets go on sale to public:           saturday, march 14th
tickets cost:                           $25
amy and emily play:                     sunday, april 26th at 8pm
        '                                       in the kline center (what we call the gym)

most likely you will need your student id to prove you are a dick student
to get the student price. everyone else will probably be considered the
"public".

as it was said the public gets tickets from prodejas, on
march 24.  their phone number is 717-245-9390. (way cool place.)


jenny

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date:         wed, 4 mar 1998 16:29:04 +0000
reply-to:     bonj1_95@worc.ac.uk
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from:         john bond <bonj1_95@worc.ac.uk>
organization: worcester college of higher edu.
subject:      me moment on sesame street (nigc - sorry!!)

well, i was flipping between tv channels this morning, and i saw
melissa etheridge on tv (always a moment to stop - we don't see her
much over here). then i realised - she was on sesame street! i don't
know how recent this was in america, but it was te first time i'd
seen it. she was singing a song about the letter u, and it was
actually quite sweet (oh yeah -- it rocked as well, but then again,
it's melissa!!!).

just to make up for that little bit of nigc, i was watching our
highlights programme about the grammies, and they had a brief bit of
the ig during the title sequence (i know it was ig - amy (we are not
worthy!) was there, in full clear view!). i was just wondering -
apart from the ig winning the grammy for "indigo girls", and being
nominated this year, were the ig playing at the grammies this year?
i can't be sure, since the bbc (british tv) were only showing
highlights....

john.


rimmer : "ok, go to blue alert."

kryten : "are you sure, sir? it does mean changing the bulb."

(red dwarf)

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i am organizing the pen pal booklet now and if anyone else wants to be in
it contact me soon with the information and you will get in. to all of you
who sent me an add give me about a month to write it up and i will be
sending the copies out.i have to find a few of my poems that i am putting
in and it takes time to put everyone in alphabetical order and i am waiting
to hear from my old typist that has my ad page. i can not go on with either
one without it. she has really put me in a bind. so i will get the rest
done in the meantime adventualy i will be able to ad the ad page which is
wroth reading. missy

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the "f*&% you" song is actually entitled "untouchable face."

part of the reason for this is ani didn't want everyone obsessing over a song
because it was titled "f*&% you" and she sings it several times.  if she had
titled it that way, too many listeners would be fans of the song for the wrong
reason.  the entire point of the song is this untouchable person, untouchable
face: "and who am i that i should be vying for your touch said who am i i bet
you can't even tell me that much."  before performing it at one concert (and i
have no idea when or where, i'm sorry) she asked the crowd could they please
stay silent during the song because at her last performance the audience just
screamed and screamed when she sang "f*&% you."  she was hesitant to perform
it at all anymore because people obviously didn't understand it.

sorry, i'm long-winded today.

tiffany

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date:         wed, 4 mar 1998 10:06:35 -0800
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someone posted this to the ig newsgroup.  sorry if it's already been
posted to the list - digest mode, you know...

if you have other questions, don't ask me - i don't know anything about
it, i'm just passing this on.  i can't even remember where dickinson is...

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

for students, tickets will go on sale on saturday march 7th at 11:00 am in
the lower level of the hub.  they will also be on sale all of next week in
the same place from 11:00 until 2:00.  tickets are $16, and there's no
limit.
for the public, the sale starts on tuesday march 24th.  tickets can be
charged by phone at prodaja's music of carlisle at (717) 245-9390.  sorry
i don't have a price on those yet, but i'll find out.
the show will be held on sunday april 26th at 8:00 pm in the kline
center.

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also, has this ever been posted to the list?  someone posted it on the
newsgroup a few days ago... i never saw it here:


the indigo girls will be playing memorial coliseum on the uk campus in
lexington, ky on april 21.  tickets will be $22.50 and will go on sale
sometime this weekend at the student center box office.  i'll post ticket
info when i get it!

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date:         wed, 4 mar 1998 10:16:45 pst
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just wanted to let ya'll know...i was getting way too much mail at this
addy so i switched and am now getting all the indigo girl list mail at:
adia difranco saliers_ray@hotmail.com

just in case anyone wonders...that is me!!! *l*

lamia

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angel in disguise..."
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date:         thu, 5 mar 1998 03:22:28 +0800
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hey,

is anyone out there going to this concert who could possibly do me a favour??

email me private, ta

jodi
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
an' the gobble-uns 'at git you
        ef you
                don't
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                                out!
                                                -james whitcomb riley
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here's a little info, and web urls, for some of the new dates/festivals that
they are playing in the spring and summer:

--------

fri01may             atlanta, ga     music midtown festival

music festival, may 1-3, 10th and peachtree in midtown, atlanta
http://www.musicmidtown.com/ (not much there yet...but you can get on the
mailing list)

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sat06jun              elmer, nj    appel farm arts & music center:

the tenth annual    pnc bank - appel farm  arts and music festival
            saturday, june 6, 1998
            12:00 noon - 8:00pm
            tickets:
            adults: $24.00 advance/$28.00 gate
            seniors/students: $20.00 advance/$24.00 gate
        1-800-394-1211
children 12 years and under are admitted free when
accompanied by an adult.

http://www.rowan.edu/appel/fest98.htm

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sun14jun              new york, ny          randall's island:

a festival called the guinness fleadh.  no web info.

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sun09aug      newport, ri    newport folk festival / fort adams state park

the ben & jerry's folk festival-newport will take place on friday,
august 7, saturday, august 8 and sunday, august 9.

single saturday or sunday event tickets for the festival will be $39.00 in
advance or $42.00 at the gate for general admission. there will also be a
limited number of special two-day (saturday-sunday) tickets available
until july 1 for $65.00. single saturday or sunday tickets for children
under 12, will be $15.00 at all times. tickets for the friday, august 7
kickoff concert at the hotel viking will be $25.00.

http://www.newportfolk.com/  (currently has last year's info and schedule
- don't be fooled!)

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this is the ani newsletter i get for  those fans of hers who would like
to read it and see if they'd like to recieve it..if not please just
delete it and don't flame me for sending it...!! *s*

>from: hugasoul <hugasoul@aol.com>
>date: wed, 4 mar 1998 03:23:30 est
>subject: #28 - ani newsletter - winw
>       boundary="part0_888999811_boundary"
>
>what if no one's watching - ani updates newsletter
> compiled by:
>     kelly leep - <a href=""mailto:aninews@aol.com">aninews@aol.com</a>
>
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>  thursday 3/4/98 - issue 28
>
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>
>disclaimer:
>----------------
>all information included in this newsletter is not 100% concrete, items
are
>subject to change and/or possibly may have just have been a rumor -
thank you.
>
>major winw note!!!!
>-----------------------------------
>i have gotten a lot of notes about how the newsletter hasn't been sent
out for
>a long time, i give you my utmost apologies...my hard drive crashed
shortly
>after the last issue was sent...i lost everything - the addresses, the
past
>issues, all the current info i had...then my phone line was messed up,
blah
>blah blah...anyways i won't get into anymore, but this issue is a lot
of old
>information that i found on what was scattered over my disks and
email...sorry
>for any and all inconviences, slowly but surely everything is working
it's way
>out...thanks for your patience and time, kel:)
>
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>i can make the change in the mailing - thanks
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>
>magazines/periodicals:
>------------------------------------
>righteous reader
>--in attached file
>
>la times
>--(interview) in attached file
>
>miami herald
>--blurb that reads:
>ani difranco's out to show that she is the righteous babe. on her new
album
>little plastic c, difranco launches into a series of holier-than-thou
tirades,
>sometimes to good effect, like when she criticizes those who judge her
for
>what she wears. but her sanctimoniousness on issues like relationships
and
>mass-marketing (on the recited, rap-twinged fuel) detracts from an
otherwise
>well-crafted album.
>  difranco, 27, pushes the singer/songwriter/acoustic guitarist genre
beyond
>the usual boundaries on this, her 10th (and most heavily produceded)
album,
>offering musical surprises like a ska horn section intertwined with her
>guitar. horns reappear throughout the album, notably on the
14-minute-long
>pulse, which features trumpeter jon hassell.
>  difranco even displays some vulnerability on independance day. it's
good to
>be just a little humble.
> -leila cobo-hanlon.
>
>addicted to noise
>---that reads:
>ani difranco: 'little folk singer' with a voice that carries
>
> says her music is all about her
> words and the energy she
> brings to the sound.
>
> gianni sibilla
> reports : milan, italy -- "little folk singer." that's how ani
difranco
>defines herself.
>
> accurate? on the surface.
> modest? absolutely.
> but this "little folk singer" has, in the
> past few years, garnered a great deal of attention and wide critical
> acclaim for the innovations and talent she has brought to rock
> music in her uniquely folksy way.
> in italy to showcase her new album, little plastic castle,
> difranco's first studio effort since 1996's dilate, she spoke about
> her sound, her passion for all things musical and even her
> fondness for the land of her ancestry. "at least here they correctly
> pronounce my name: ani, not eni or something like that," she
> quipped.
> later, she went on to apologize for the fact that her songs are
> lyrically geared to english-speaking people, saying that her words
> are the backbone of her style.
> "music is my life, that's why i put so much energy in it," said the
> 28-year-old folk-rock songstress with the psychedelic hair,
> addressing a group of reporters after her wednesday show at the
> propaganda theater. "i'm sorry that the audience tonight couldn't
> understand the lyrics to my songs, because they're worthless
> without words."
> and while it's true that difranco's lyrics are a major part of what
> drives her music and her sound, her songs as innovations in the
> craft of folk-rock music stand for themselves. they, above all else
> perhaps, pack an energy and attitude that speaks for today's youth
> on a social, political and personal level.
> in running through the talking-blues-styled "fuel" (realaudio
> excerpt) that night, difranco demonstrated that energy and her
> knack for communicating her point via music: "people used to
> make records as in a record of an event/ the event of people
> playing music in a room/ now everything is cross-marketing/ it's
> about sunglasses and shoes or guns or drugs/ you chose/ there's
> a fire just waiting for fuel," she sang.
> "it's a true story," she explained later, referring to the song that,
> among other subjects, deals with the discovery of a slave cemetery
> in manhattan. "but it's also about the music business. i wondered
> what those people would think of our society."
> difranco arrived on the big, empty stage of the propaganda
> accompanied by the same lineup she recorded her new record
> with, drummer andy stochinsky and bassist jason mercher.
> difranco, herself, switched between acoustic guitar and
> four-string tenor guitar. dressed in jeans and a black vest, with her
> multicolored hair gathered in a ponytail, she busted into "gravel"
> (realaudio excerpt), one of little plastic castle's most energetic
> songs.
> during the hour-and-a-half performance, the trio also ran through
> some of her more well-known tunes such as "untouchable face"
> and "32 flavors," as well as a new and as-yet-unrecorded tune
> called "up up up up up." they are songs that, in dealing with
> topics both personal and universal, continue to set difranco apart
> from her more outright politically motivated predecessors in the
> folk-rock scene, while at the same time, clearly connecting her to
> them.
> "folk is music rooted into a community of people," she said. "of
> course, i am different from the old folk singers. i don't talk about
> unions or wars. i talk about my personal experiences, but the
> mentality is the same."
> even her willingness to accept things that clearly go against her
> conscience, without putting up a struggle or sparking a movement,
> has made difranco a pioneer in the new folk scene.
> when a journalist pointed out that little plastic castle is
> distributed in italy by a label owned by silvio berlsconi, whom the
> journalist described as "the biggest capitalist and right-wing party
> leader," difranco replied, "inevitably i lost some control trying to
> bring my music outside of america. but, anyway, capitalism is the
> environment in which we live. it's useless to fight against
> windmills."
> having visited italy a couple of years back, this event marked the
> first time the buffalo, n.y., songwriter had traveled to her father's
> homeland to play live. the experience of touring the country has
> given difranco personal insight, she said. "at first i decided that
> this was a place like many others, but then i suddenly realized how
> deep my link was. i still have some relatives near rome, where my
> father comes from, that i don't know yet. someday i'll try to get in
> touch with them," she said. [thurs., feb. 19, 1998, 5 p.m. pst]
>
>rolling stone - kate winslet cover
>--lpc review
>
>in usa today (2/3/98)
>--black and white pic
>--blurb that reads:
>ani difranco, "little plastic castle."  the industry renegade made her
>10th album mostly in austin, texas, producing and performing 12 songs
with
>themes ranging from personal to sociopolitical.  the music has an
>improvisational feel and includes the 14 minute poem/instrumental
"pulse",
>one of two tracks that blend music and spoken word.  (feb. 17 on her
>righteous babe label)
>
>new york times (the living arts section) (1/28/98)
>
>boston globe
>---in attached file
>
>the london times, feb issue
>
>time magazine
>--attached file
>
>the georgia straight
>--attached file
>
>"tv week" (australia)
>-- "little plastic castle" review given an 8 out of 10
>
>people magazine (issue with olympic ice skaters)
>--little plastic castle review
>
>diva magazine (cover) march issue
>
>jane magazine, february issue
>
>spin  the reader's poll results for 1997
>--ani was nominated most underrated artist/band of the year
>
>billboard magazine, january issue
>--attached file
>
>alternative press, jan. issue
>
>unknown source - february 15, 1998
>-- in attached file
>
>pov magazine
>--lpc review that reads:
>       ironically, the year's first truly challenging record comes from
>someone who could have just as easily passed on the adulation of the
>post-lilith latecomers: celebrated singer/songwriter and self-employed
>record exec ani difranco. for "little plastic castle", her ninth record
>this decade, difranco has pushed into overdrive her transitions from
rage
>to range, from wit to whim, and from self-pity to self-consciousness.
the
>result is her least cohesive but most powerful set to date. not only is
>there lyrical rambling("fuel"), and a 14 minute exercise in musical
>tumbling("pulse"), but also forward-thinking folk("two little girls"),
>sideways ska("deep dish"), and backwards balladry("independence day").
>very rarely doesan artist trying to be everything to everyone come so
>close to succeeding.
>
>advocate march 3rd issue
>--lpc review
>
>elle
>--blurb that reads:
>"this years grammy awards validate dance music my introducing two
timely
>catagories.  while some artists refuse to join the club (pearl jam
sound
>grungy as ever on yield), even the most unlikely rockers are getting in
>touch with their inner dancing queens( folk punk ani difranco shakes
her
>groove thang all over little plastic castle)
>
>nme march 1
>---in attached file
>
>ruetgers
>--lpc review that reads:
>3.5 stars
>ani difranco was a righteous babe well before alanis morissette or the
>lilith fair made female artists rock's latest trend, so the time seems
>right for her commercial breakthrough. "little plastic castle" is
another
>compelling album, but it has just enough flaws to hold difranco at the
>defiantly independent and non-conforming status she seems to covet. to
her
>credit, difranco could have grabbed gold by just churning out an album
full of
>angst-driven paeans; instead she broadens her sound to include the
lively
>mariachi horns of the title track,as well as traces of ska, funk and
hip-hop.
>but she still seems so centered on her lyrics
>that the songs always seem a bit clipped and never fully realized. and
when
>her lyrics lapse into self-centeredness, they detract from the artistic
>progress difranco is making.
>
>village voice
>--lpc review that reads:
>" 'swan dive' is ostensibly about a lover, but you can extrapolate its
>breakup fantasy to her fans, or just her fame. 'i've built my own
empire
>out of car tires and chicken wire./i'm queen of my own compost heap and
>i'm getting used to the smell,' she sings resignedly, but then she
stops
>feeling sorry for herself: 'i'm gonna do my best swan dive into shark
>infested waters./i'm gonna pull out my tailbone and start smashing
>around./cause i don't care if they eat me alive./i've got better things
>to do than survive."
>
>
>
>tv info:
>------------
>friday, march 27, 1998
>ani on david letterman (late night talk show)
>
>may 10, 1998
>ani will appear on the cartoon show
>"king of the hill" on the fox network.
>
>grammy news:
>----------------------
>ani was nominated for a grammy in
>best female rock performance
>which aired on 2/25/98
>--unfortunately, she didn't win,
>fiona apple received it.
>
>bootlegs:
>------------
>
>tour dates:
>--------------------------------------
>for a complete list of tour dates
>visit  <a href=""http://www.geocities.com/soho/gallery/1915/winw.html">
>http://www.geocities.com/soho/gallery/1915/winw.html</a>
>--------------------------------------
>3/7/98 port fairy festival port fairy, australia 035-568-2227
>3/8/98 port fairy festival port fairy, australia 035-568-2227
>3/10/98 national theatre, melbourne, australia039-525-4611
>3/11/98 the metro, syndey, australia 029-264-2666
>3/12/98 tivoli theatre brisbane, australia 073-852-1711
>3/13/98 governor hindmarsh adelaide, australia 088-340-0744
>3/14/98 fly by night club perth, australia 089-430-5976
>3/19/98 liquid room tokyo, japan 033-200-6831
>3/20/98 club quattro, japan 033-477-8750
>3/21/98 heat beat osaka, japan 006-361-0313
>3/22/98 banana hall osaka, japan 006-361-0313
>
>arril
>4/1/98 massey hall, toronto, on canada 416-872-4255
>4/2/98 metropolis, montreal, qc canada 514-790-1245
>4/3/98 whittemore arena durham, nh 603-862-4000
>4/4/98 the mullins center, amherst, ma 413-545-0505
>4/6/98 providence perf. arts ctr., providence, ri 401-421-2787
>4/8/98 eisenhower auditorium state college, pa
>4/9/98 cornell university bailey hall ithaca, ny 607-255-7231
>4/10/98 the palace theater albany, ny 518-465-4663
>4/11/98 palace theater, new haven, ct 203-789-2120
>4/14/98 merchin auditorium, columbus, oh
>4/15/98 stepan center, notre dame university notre dame, in
>4/17/98 shirk center, bloomington, il 309-556-3815
>4/18/98 the rave milwaukee, wi 414-342-7283
>4/20/98 cincinnati music hall, cincinnati, oh 513-562-4949
>4/22/98 thomas wolf auditorium, asheville, nc
>4/23/98 masquerade music park, atlanta, ga
>4/27/98 house of blues, lk. buena vista, fl 407-934-2583
>
>may
>5/1/98 healthsouth plaza, pelham, al
>5/3/98 new orleans jazz & heritage festival, new orleans, la
800-488-5252
>
>june
>6/20/98 battery park, new york, ny
>
>july
>7/1/98 red rocks, morrison, co 303-637-8934
>7/3/98 bren event center, univ. of ca., irvine, ca 213-480-3232
>7/9/98 summer nights at the pier, seattle, wa 206-281-8111
>7/12/98 winnipeg folk festival, winnipeg, mb, canada 204-231-0096
>7/14/98 festival d'ete international de quebec. quebec city, pq
418-692-4540
>
>august
>8/9/98 newport folk festival, newport, ri 401-847-3700
>
>
>tour date info:
>---------------------
>
>concert info:
>----------------
>
>want ads:
>------------
>
>internet info:
>---------------
>what if no one's watching newsletter
><a href=""http://www.geocities.com/soho/gallery/1915/winw.html">
>http://www.geocities.com/soho/gallery/1915/winw.html</a>
>
>album info:
>---------------
>ani's new album:
>little plastic castle
>--release date 2/17/98
>debuted at #22 on billboard chart
>
>teleconned volume 1: we want the airwaves
>--ani's track 32 flavors (live)
>--benefit album due out may 5
>
>pete seeger tribute album
>--the track: my name is lisa kalvelage
>
>other info:
>--------------
>
>did i miss something?
>---------------------------------
>did i miss something, if so let me know asap:) is there anything you'd
like to
>add? your bootlist? your corrections, comments, etc? anything you'd
like to
>add email me aninews@aol.com
>bye bye, lovies, kel:)
>
>
>
>


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hey everyone,

this article appeared in in*press magazine, a melbourne
street paper, on 18 february 1998.

-sherlyn


indigo girls
the colour purple

amy ray and emily saliers of the indigo girls, have been bringing their
beautiful melodies to the world now for twelve years.  for them though,
life is not just about the escapism for music, rather, their work is
intrinsically linked with politics and activism.  on the eve of their
forthcoming national tour, amy ray speaks about all things motivational
and inspirational.

you've just done a tour titled honour the earth.  can you explain what
motivated that whole tour?
"honour the earth is a campaign that we started about six years ago.
what we do is that we have a board of native american indigenous
activists who are working on issues that have to do with the environment
and sacred sites, land issues and community issues.  mostly, it's
environmental.  we go on a tour every tour season and raise money for
this campaign and then we give grants to different groups doing this
work.  i guess the impetus behind it was that we have been involved in
the environmental movement for a long time and we decided that a lot of
the issues we were working on really had a lot of emphasis in the indian
communities, so we decided to start working with indian activists so we
could be more effective and create more change that way.  the last tour
we did we raised $250,000, gave out twenty different grants to
environmental groups, and we focussed on a nuclear issue, toxic waste
issues and paper mills poisoning rivers and such.  on the tour we go into
indian communities and we visit to learn about the issues that they're
facing, environmentally, and then we play shows in major cities with
speakers at every show and it's really an educational tour as much as it
is a tour to make money for the benefit."

have you felt the need to streamline your efforts for different causes?
"we do a lot of different issues.  we do gay rights issues, we do gun
control, pro-choice, women's issues, but as far as environmental groups
go, the main emphasis right now that we have has been in the indigenous
communities, as well as communities of colour and communities that are on
a low socio-economic level.  we feel that those are the ones that are
really being hit on the hardest in our country."

is your music a good way to communicate political messages, or at least
a good way to bring people together and to consider these topics?
"it's a good way to bring people together but we're careful.  most of the
year our touring is just music.  in the lobbies of the shows we will have
tables set up where people can look at resources, but we don't really make
an issue out of it.  and then we'll have specific benefit shows. it's
important i think if you're going to use music to bring people together,
then you must be very clear on whey they're coming together, and people
understand why they are there so they can make a choice whether they want
to be there or not.  and i think it's important also to have a time when
you just bring people together and just play music, not to talk about
issues, but to celebrate life!"

you constantly tour and manage to record often and have done so for many
years.  what is it that keeps you inspired, how do you maintain such a
constant level of enthusiasm?
"other musicians keep me inspired constantly, i'm always listening to
other music, and i think believe it or not, our politics keep us inspired
because we find a higher ground.  sometimes if you're tired, to have
something that's bigger than you helps you.  our activism helps us stay
strong."

you have a huge fan base around the world, do you find the constant
adoration from crowds in every city that you tour a strange concept
sometimes?
"it is strange, but the contact that we have with our audience is
different from what most bands have, and i think there's more of a human
element, so it's not quite as bizarre as it could be.  i find that we've
had a very loyal audience for a long time, but i think we stay grounded
though.  we have so many friends in so many places that come out and play
with us while we're in town, we've set up our lives in a way that it
doesn't really allow us to get too carried away, and too abstract.  we
always have this thing that brings us back to earth.  i think what is more
bizarre is when you've been working on political issues or involved with
activists who are giving thir whole lives to causes and putting their lives
in danger sometimes, you get on stage and sometimes the absurdity of the
music business is really driven home.  it's like people are paying to come
see me sing?  to see me do something i'm enjoying?  that's kinda weird."

are you happy with the new album, shaming of the sun?
"yeah, we feel we worked really hard on it and it's exactly what we wanted
to do and we just feel like for us, that's as much as we can ask for and
that's we we're proud of, the fact that we followed our heart and we did
wat we wanted to do even though we had no idea what it was going to come
out like."

you and emily have worked consistently together for such a long time, what
keeps you together as a good creative team?
"i think the fact that we give each other so much space, write separately,
and we come together and work on them.  each person has control over their
own stuff, and it's really like we have two different careers, so there's
a lot of space, so we never have the feeling of not getting fulfilled to do
your own thing.  we don't live together, we don't see each other when we're
off tour, so i think all those things make up for less tension and more
respect.  when we do get together we really wanna see each other and we have
fun playing together.  we're just lucky i guess, we have good chemistry.
we actually are closer than we used to be, like family.  we've never been
involved sexually and that's probably the reason why we've been together so
long (laughs)."

was that a conscious decision?
"no, we've never felt that way about each other, honestly, it never even
occurred to me, or her.  we're not each other's type."

what can we expect on this tour?
"we're going to be playing alone, we won't have a band with us.  last time
we were there we had a bass player with us.  we're going to play stuff
from all the different records, we'll probably take requests, play what
people want to hear, experiment.  we'll bring our electric instruments and
do a bit of jammin'.  we'll play banjos, mandolins and some other stuff.
we're going to try to do a variety of songs, so that it's not all the stuff
from the new record  when you hardly ever go to a place you want to play
more stuff from over the years."

- by myfanwy warhurst

the indigo girls play this saturday 21st at the concert hall.


=-=-=-= sherlyn koo - sherlyn@fl.net.au =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= a+e=ig
"and the best ones were the ones i got to keep as i grew strong,
and the days that opened up until my whole life could belong.
it's like getting the answers, when i don't need them anymore...
i remember..."         - dar williams, "the blessings"

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date:         wed, 4 mar 1998 18:46:00 est
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i need some help from all of you out there.  i have been assigned to create a
presentation about indian movements, such as teh 2nd wounded knee and aim, and
i need to have music playing in the backround.  of course there is the
obvious, bury my heart, but i was wondering if there was any other music that
would work.  it doesn't have to be ig, it can be any others music.  i was
especially thinking of (i know this isn't spelled correctly) uhlali, the group
of three indian women that opened for the girls.  so if anyone has suggestions
of songs and where i could get a copy, please e-mail me personally.  there is
also the honor the earth song that the girls contributed, if anyone has lyrics
to that and would be willing to tape a copy for me, let me knwo also.
    thanks,
       beth anne  fretless5@aol.com

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date:         wed, 4 mar 1998 18:40:30 -0500
reply-to:     rick hodgin <foxmuldr@indy.net>
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i received a letter from cindy connolly of ms magazine today
informing me that my letter to the editor regarding reconition
given to ellen degeneres and the indigo girls (among others)
on important enviromental and social issues will be printed
in an upcoming issue.

i just wanted to thank sarah pinsker for publishing the original
information in the ig list, without which i doubt i would've been
turned on to the ms magazine article.

thanks, sara!

here is the letter i e-mailed ms magazine:
--------
>to:  marcia ann gillespie,
>     editor in chief,
>     ms. magazine
>
>dear marcia,
>
>i would like to thank you and ms. magazine for recognizing the
>strong presence ellen degeneres and the indigo girls (among
>others) have had both in and out of the gay and lesbian
>communities and in other social and environmental issues.
>
>it is refreshing to see recognition in the media and even more
>refreshing that an established magazine would make a positive
>statement in support of clearly "out" people.  i appreciate
>the action you've taken and look forward to future ms. magazine
>articles.  again, thank you for a wonderful thing.
>
>ps - in case you're keeping track ... i'm a straight white male, 25-34.


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*  / | \  *  rick
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i love there music and i was wondering if they have a newsgroup to add to
my newsgroup list which is 0, because every command i use isn't excepted. i
was wondering when you guys were looking for newsgroups what did you type
in as the server to get the list. everyone i tried so far hasn't been
excepted please help me. i am interested in the elly mcbeal and ellen one
also and down loading a list of others> missy

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date:         wed, 4 mar 1998 19:18:57 est
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hey kind friends,
     i just wanted to say that i am so impressed and appreciative of the hard
work and loyal dedication that the listees from australia have put into
posting such great information to the list about our girls down under- typing
in long articles, writing concert reviews, set lists, booting the shows,
excerpting tv and radio appearances- really y'all have done a stellar job!

~leah

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i am selling a copy of in with the out crowd...this is a bidding procees...the
bid starts at 25 .....and the bid is closed at 12:00 pm on friday....ohio
time..thanks and have a great night...josh

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date:         wed, 4 mar 1998 19:29:41 -0500
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i saw ig do redemption song at umass. it was amazing!!!!!

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there is going to be a show at memphis state on 4/17?  when was this info
about memphis state, lexington, atlanta, etc. posted?  apparently i didn't
get that digest!  does anyone know anything about the memphis state show,
like when/where tix go on sale?

i take it that the girls aren't playing n.o. jazzfest this year. <very deep
sigh>  since they usually play jazzfest on even-numbered years, i was
really looking forward to going to n.o. for that (and ani playing there on
5/3 would have been a bonus).  however, if they're not playing this year, i'm
certainly not going to make that 8 hour drive.  maybe next year...

since not all of us have web access, if someone could post tour dates as
they see them, that would be very helpful (and much appreciated:). so what if
it's wasting bandwidth?  i mean, wouldn't we rather see bandwidth "wasted"
on repeat messages about tour dates, than stuff about emily's porsche? :-d

peace and thanks!

joan :-d

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hi all!  little note from my buddy, the vitameatavegamin girl (grin, poke).

---begin---
subj:   holly cole:  you must go see her live if you can! :)
date:   98-03-04 18:05:52 est
from:   x g1rl
to:     ndygotiggr

[tig...could you forward this to the ig list??  i unsubbed when my 'pooter was
broken, so i don't have the addy anymore...]

hey all!   if you haven't heard of holly cole, you're missing out!! :)  i
went, on a whim, to a show of her's last night here in portland, oregon.  she
was incredible.  she's from canada, and an incredible singer, and her backup
band is equally incredible.  i've included a tour schedule i pulled off her
website: http://www.hollycole.com   you should, if you can, go check her
out...

mar 4 sacramento, ca harlow's
mar 5 san francisco, ca great american music hall
mar 8 denver, co the soiled dove
mar 10 phoenix, az nita's hideaway no advance ticket sales
mar 12 dallas, tx trees
mar 13 houston, tx instant karma
mar 15 charleston, wv the cultural center
mar 16 virginia beach, va the noctural cafe at the abyss
mar 17 baltimore, md fletchers
mar 18 pittsburgh, pa rosebud's
mar 21 austin, tx at tuesday'ssxsw
---end---

peace, harmony and indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
  -  novitiate of suzanneglassism
    -  president, grlchasr26 fan club
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"i'm tigger," said tigger.
"oh!" said pooh, for he had never seen an animal like this
before.  "does christopher robin know about you?"
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okay, i know that the majority of listers are not in the memphis
area, but anyone who is please read this!

memphis is the closest large city to me, and i missed the girls
when they were here last fall, so if i could get to this show i'd
be *ever*so happy!  anyway, i called u of m today and spoke
to people in 3 different departments.  none of them knew
the slightest thing about this show.  this has me a little
worried!  pollstar has it listed, so i would assume it is confirmed.
but no one i spoke with had any record of it, so i just want to
ask that if anyone on the list finds out any further details
(when, where, to get tickets, etc.) pretty, pretty please would you
let me know?  the only thing these people have listed for 4/17
is some drama troupe performing carmen.  i guess that's nice
& all, but unless it's amy & emily performing carmen, frankly
i'm not interested:)  please help if you get any info on this!

thanks in advance ('cause i know *someone* on this list
will come through- someone always does!)

leigh ann

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"mike."
"what's your name, mike?"
"sam."
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hi everyone,

thanks to everyone who responded to my question about the "closer to fine"
song title.  i know i am very cluless, i have come to a conclusion that
"closer to fine" is one of ig's big songs.  many people where kind of offended
that i didnt know the song title....(i could tell by the notes they wrote me)
im sorry though, i am just now starting listen to ig and that was the first
song i heard.  i was just lost,thats all. there's a first time for everything
right?? ~peace

    ginger

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date:         wed, 4 mar 1998 21:04:37 est
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hey, i saw with the concert dates, it says something about virginia slam.
anyone know what that is?  i've lived in richmond all my life and have never
heard of it, but if it's cool, i'd like to go.  any ideas?

thanks
kar

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i haven't seen anything posted about this (and i haven't seen it on cnn
yet), so i'm hoping i haven't just imagined this.  on second thought,
i do hope it's just my imagination...

this morning after my clock-radio alarm went off, i was half-asleep,
listening to npr's morning edition.  i could swear i heard a story about yet
another massacre yesterday/early today in chiapas.  it said that a bunch of
people who were known to be sympathizers of the zapatistas, and people who
were helping the zapatistas were targeted and murdered.  did i hear this
correctly???  there wasn't a thing about it in our newspaper today.  if this
is true, it is really disturbing.  i thought the mexican government the other
day had agreed to pull pri paramilitary groups out of chiapas.  if someone
has heard about this and knows what happened, could you please e-mail me
privately and fill me in?

thanks!

joan :-d

it's scary that just a year ago, amy and emily were down there helping out
the zapatistas...

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on wed, 4 mar 1998, ginger16c wrote:

> hi everyone,
>
>  thanks to everyone who responded to my question about the "closer to fine"
> song title.  i know i am very cluless, i have come to a conclusion that
> "closer to fine" is one of ig's big songs.  many people where kind of offended
> that i didnt know the song title....(i could tell by the notes they wrote me)
> im sorry though, i am just now starting listen to ig and that was the first
> song i heard.  i was just lost,thats all. there's a first time for everything
> right?? ~peace
>
>     ginger
>
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hey everybody,

can't we all be nice to the newbies??? just cuz someone isn't as up on ig
knowledge as we are, that doesn't seem to me to be a reason to be offended
and nasty to them. granted, ctf is a big song, but when i first started
listening to ig, i wouldn't have known that and unless you've been around
since the very beginning, you probably didn't either.

thanks for your time. flame privately.

this public service announcement brought to you by:

amy m.

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more forwards from the newsgroup:

(this is about the show at the university of kentucky)

there will be a lottery for tickets, and it will start at 5:00 pm on
tuesday, march 10, in the student center grand ballroom at uk.  tickets
are $22.50, with a limit of 8 per person, cash only, blah blah blah.

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just a quick note for those people in canberra, emily will be arriving ex
perth on qantas at around 6pm 5/3/ and amy will be there at about 950pm 5/3
also qantas.
go and say hi as they said they really enjoyed it here when people met them
at the airport.
enjoy the show, we did
jen
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span with creatures who comfort us.
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howdy folks,

a few goodies for michelle collectors.

auction:

michelle malone and drag the river - relentless. you can bid on this out
of print michelle classic on either cd or 12" vinyl!

tracklist is: big black bag, long love centruy, 32 seconds, into the
nights, chariot, inside out of here, love thang, sure thing, battle him
republican, black cloud song, counting stars, funny faces.

auction runs till tuesday. check for current bids at:

        http://www.moonbase.com/fortunateones/bid.html

formats will be listed seperatly..like this -
                        vinyl: 2.00
                        cd: 1.40

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sale information in the next mail. write with any questions or to bid at
hamilton@bayflash.stpt.usf.edu

peace,
joe

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hey again,

this is the sale part of the sale/auction mentioned in the last email.
this is a set price..if you want one, just write and it's yours.

grace - promo cd single..personally signed by michelle - $15

bird on fire - rare unreleased full album - personally signed by michelle
- $30

write hamilton@bayflash.stpt.usf.edu if you want one or both!

visa,mastercard,discover,amex,diner's club,check,money order, gold
medalions accepted. call 813 906 0257 to leave order on voice mail.

write with any questions.
peace,
joe
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this is my first try a doing a show review, so bear with me :)

the show was at the perth concert hall last night. a good venue for it
(which i'd never been to before; first ig concert too ), smallish and
quite intimate.
the opening band, honey, were pretty good, and the crowd liked them.
the standout song (to me) was "a love-song about domestic violence; or
somewhere in between", starting out acapella. very nice.
the main attraction, of course, received a huge response when they walked
onto stage, which was set up very simply with a keyboard, amps with
candles spread around and three microphone stands. in about two minutes
the first 3 metres or so in front of the stage filled up with people,
receiving a comment of "thanks for coming down the front, y'all" after the
first song which was 'hammer and a nail'. a+e commented quite a few times
about how beautiful perth was and how much they liked australia, at one
time: (paraphrased a bit, sorry; might have the speakers confused too!)

(emily)  we're thinking of applying for green cards here
(amy     but we'd have to show that we have something useful to
              contribute
(emily)  yeah, "stupid americans, go home".

the crowd cheered at this, which was amusing (did they really want them to
go away?), and they smiled and said at least they (a+e) can laugh at
themselves :)  later (or earlier) they said that they'd visited fremantle
(major port of perth, lots of cafes and touristy things) and seen the old
prison, and something about how it's alright, louisiana (? didn't hear
this very well) was a penal colony too.  "we're big tourists; we're
not afraid to admit it". they visited the wildlife park there and had
their photo taken with a "koala bear" (guess no one told them that koalas
aren't really bears at all :)).

they then said that they were going to sing a song with lots of cities in
the northwest in it, and we should all just in our minds put the names of
australian cities in (who was the person who shouted out "melbourne!"?
:)). amy said well, maybe she'd just sing them in there for us, which
sounded like a good idea to the crowd, but decided not to.

at one time they pointed out three people about 8 rows back who they'd
seen at the airport (again, from dodgy memory)

- hey, we saw you guys at the airport (pointing)
- you came to meet us, that was sweet. we were standing there going
      (looking behind them) 'who are _they_ waiting for?'

(the people get excited and jump up and bow to the house :))

- you think that's the only time that's happened to us? (grin)
- yeah, it happens all the time, you just get off this long flight
      feeling really scuzzy [scungy?], looking really terrible and people
      are, like, 'can we take your photo?'
- yeah it's great, "just lemme get this booger out of my nose first"
      [this was amy :)]

obviously they were in fine spirits :)

ghost was dedicated to michelle, someone who had passed away recently
and would have been there (they said they got a letter about her
backstage), and the rendition was quite moving.

at the end of least complicated, the stand-in-front-of-the-stage crowd
did the 'doo doo doodoo do do doo' bit ("yeah, that's how it goes"). the
stream-of-conscienceness in chickenman was cool, something like

i said you know how darkness goes into darkness
we see a lot of carnage on our journey
i said it's harder to be (something, not 'living')
he said you've done a lot child and now you have to start living
you got one more (something, sorry) and you have to pay for that
you got one more song and you have to pay for that too

that's really minced up but you get the idea. they guy whose name i can't
remember (david? darren? you know who i mean anyway) played harmonica and
unfortunately they had the levels for him down a bit low in the first part
of the song, but then he did a solo and amy got people clapping in time
and it was amazing. (he looked like zonker harris :))

emily played dulcimer on hey kind friend (so now i know what a dulcimer
looks like, from a distance anyway :)). before leeds emily told the story
about her book and how sad she'd been at the time ("i think i'd just
broken up", which elicited a big we-feel-so-sorry-for-you 'ohhhhh' from
the crowd, it was very sweet, to which she perked up and said "but it's
all okay now") and how she'd written all this stuff while touring in
england and lost the book in australia and someone had sent it back to
her.  fumbled the first few bars, too ("i'm still learning to play") and
started again :) they did wish you were here at the end of cut it out,
which was really ferocious itself.  the lights for wywh were all green and
there was smoke whirling around the stage, very atmospheric and cool.
there were a few lines at the end of shed your skin that i didn't
recognise, could have been from another song (sorry, can't remember any of
them). have they been adding anything in there in other shows this tour?

that's about it, sorry i can't remember the order of the tracks, but
here's what was played (i don't think i've missed anything out):

hammer and a nail (this was first)
least complicated (i think this was second!)
tried to be true
i don't wanna know
land of canaan
galileo
ghost (to michelle)
chickenman
power of two
get out the map
shed your skin (few lines of something else at the end?)
caramia
it's alright
scooter boys
everything in its own time
cut it out/wish you were here
hey kind friend

-- encore --
leeds
amy's new song (with the kakadu line in it)
closer to fine (no surprises there :))

the sots tracks were spread out throughout the others. for closer to fine
honey came out again and sung a couple of verses. the whole house was
standing for this song. some girl tried to run backstage when they walked
off but there was a guitar tech in the way who kindly guided her back to
the floor :)  someone gave amy a bunch of flowers just before they walked
off. just before ctf they read out an announcement for a womens' rights
rally on saturday and said it was a really good thing and we all should
go, and mentioned their fight against uranium involving native americans
back home and that they'd got involved with jabaluika (?) uranium mine in
australia; amy said that they (the us) were buying the stuff from us in
the first place, so they felt that they should do something.


well, till next time (pleasepleaseplease let it be soon) :))

  david

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date:         thu, 5 mar 1998 08:26:57 -0600
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first i want to say hello to everyone because i am very new to the list
and i am very excited to read everyone's interesting posts!!
second, i have a question about the festival at the appel farm arts and
music center in elmer, nj.  does anyone know who else is playing there?
and is it definitely confirmed that ig are playing??
thanks!!
leigh
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date:         thu, 5 mar 1998 09:34:10 -0600
reply-to:     deb reiser <dreiser@wi.net>
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seeing as folks are saying they haven't seen certain dates posted, i
thought i'd send out the list of what's known. i hope it will be formatted
as nicely as i sent it out so it makes sense to y'all. if you have any
additions (such as on sale info and opening acts) let me know.

the info is directly off my sots tour site. to those of you who are new
around here, i keep as updated a list of dates as possible at
<http://ftp.wi.net/~dreiser/ig/dates.html>. i tend to get a lot of people
who write to me privately with concert info so i usually have info before
pollstar, tm and for sure the lovely epic site. i don't know exactly how
that happens, but it does.

btw, i'll soon be updating the look of the tour site seeing as i'm not so
sure ig are really on the shaming of the sun tour any longer. i think it's
more like they're just "on tour" so my site will start reflecting that.
look for the changes at a web browser near you soon!

deb

here are the dates.....

date            city            venue                   on sale / opening act
wed04mar                perth, australia        perth concert hall
        now / golden

fri06mar                canberra, australia     canberra theatre
        now / simone hardy

fri17apr                memphis, tn     memphis state university        tba
/ tba

sat18apr                starkville, ms  mississippi state amphitheatre  tba
/ tba

tue21apr        lexington, ky           u of ky - memorial coliseum
        tue10mar (students only?)/ tba

wed22apr                springfield, ohio       wittenberg u - hper center
        tba / tba

>fri24apr               hanover, nh     dartmouth college               tba
>/ tba

sat25apr                new haven, ct   yale university         tba / tba

sun26apr                carlisle, pa    dickinson college - kline center
sat07mar (students) / sat14mar (public)

fri01may                atlanta, ga             music midtown festival  tba
/ tba

sat06jun                elmer, nj               appel farm arts & music
center  tba / tba

sun14jun                new york, ny    randall's island                tba
/ tba

sun09aug                newport, ri     nff / fort adams state park
        tickets can be ordered now

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hey all!!
first off...i saw the post about the san diego boot tree, but accidentally
deleted it..can someone email it again to me?? thanks!!

second...everyone who has sent me blanks this week, or who i am doing a
trade with ill mail off by saturday..if i dont receive your blanks before
then, itll be a while before i get to them..im leaving for a week to see
mi familia...and mi hermana doesn't have a good stereo system...so, if it
seems like it's taking a while to get your boot, this is why...please be
patient...thanks!!!!!!!

                          have an indigo day!

                                always,
                                   jeanette
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                             (trades, me, etc.)

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                does it sing like the hymns 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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> >     q: how many list subscribers does it take to change a light bulb?
> >     a: 1,331:
> >
> >     1 to change the light bulb and to post to the list that
> >     the light bulb has been changed.
> >
> >     14 to share similar experiences of changing light bulbs and
> >     how the light bulb could have been changed differently.
> >
> >     7 to caution about the dangers of changing light bulbs.
> >
> >     27 to point out spelling/grammar errors in posts about changing
> >     light bulbs.
> >
> >     53 to flame the spell checkers
> >
> >     156 to write to the list administrator complaining about
> >     the light bulb discussion and its inappropriateness to this
> >     mail list.
> >
> >     41 to correct spelling in the spelling/grammar flames.
> >
> >     109 to post that this list is not about light bulbs and to please
> >     take this email exchange to alt.lite.bulb
> >
> >     203 to demand that cross posting to alt.grammar, alt.spelling
> >     and alt.punctuation about changing light bulbs be stopped.
> >
> >     111 to defend the posting to this list saying that we all
> >     use light bulbs and therefore the posts **are** relevant
> >     to this mail list.
> >
> >     306 to debate which method of changing light bulbs is
> >     superior, where to buy the best light bulbs, what brand of
> >     light bulbs work best for this technique, and what brands
> >     are faulty.
> >
> >     27 to post urls where one can see examples of different
> >     light bulbs
> >
> >     14 to post that the urls were posted incorrectly, and to
> >     post corrected urls.
> >
> >     3 to post about links they found from the urls that are
> >     relevant to this list which makes light bulbs relevant to
> >     this list.
> >
> >     33 to summarize all posts to date, then quote them including
> >     all headers and footers, and then add "me too."
> >
> >     12 to post to the list that they are unsubscribing because
> >     they cannot handle the light bulb controversy.
> >
> >     19 to quote the "me too's" to say, "me three."
> >
> >     4 to suggest that posters request the light bulb faq.
> >
> >     1 to propose new alt.change.lite.bulb newsgroup.
> >
> >     47 to say this is just what alt.physic.cold_fusion was
> >     meant for, leave it here.
> >
> >     143 votes for alt.lite.bulb.
> >
> > if it wasn't so pitiful, it would be funny.
> >
> >
> >                 (o o)                oracle service humor mailing list
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date:         thu, 5 mar 1998 09:54:04 -0800
reply-to:     "kim: perky morning goddess" <rcn@prcn.org>
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i don't think was an apropriate post for this list...
take it private please!!!
kim... only joking, of course:-)... doing my part to maintain the cycle...
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"two birds in the hand get very warm and molt rather quickly"
kim: in a fowl mood.
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does anyone have any information about the new "watershed" video that is
supposed to be coming out?

toye

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yay, the new cd is coming on the 17th!  daemon is previewing it and
taking pre-orders at their website:

http://www.monsterbit.com/daemon/

i can't wait!
-garian

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hi, i tried to order tickets for the folk festival through some
ticketmaster in nj, but they weren't selling them. does anyone know the
number to call for tickets. also, does anyone know for sure which day the
girls are playing. thanks for any info.
rb

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hello, all!
      officially back on the list and getting back into the swing of things...
now, i don't think i owe anyone anything (yay!) so i just have a question...
did i hear something about a rebirth of loop tapes, and, if so, am i too late
to be a part of it?  just curious.  later, tater tots!  peace, love, and
butter biscuits, sarah

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ha! ha! ha! ha! ha! ha! haaa!!!!!!!

that post was dead-on!!!

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that they'd got involved with jabaluika (?) uranium mine
> in
> australia; amy said that they (the us) were buying the stuff from us
> in
> the first place, so they felt that they should do something.

my sister was at the brisbane show (lucky thing - ig have been there
twice since i moved to vancouver, and they've only been to vancouver as
part of lilith; boy, did i move at the wrong time).  she mentioned the
following to me:

>in the foyer there was information about the jabiluka uranium mine at >kakadu and general stuff (and a petition) about native title and the >wik decision.

my sister's usually pretty picky about spelling, so i'll assume she got
it right.  i'm going to kakadu in the summer, so i'll look out for more
information about it.

kirsten

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i came across this surfing around one day. check it out at:

                              http://www.emf.net/~estephen/musicml.html

you'll get a kick out of it :)

if you don't have internet access, e-mail me privately, and i'll send it to
you.

peace, susan

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don't know if this has been posted already but...

monday march 2, 9:23 am eastern time

company press release

climb against the odds, june 1998 gains new sponsors
with skywalker sound and the north face

documentary and benefit cd/soundtrack gaining support in the industry

san francisco--(entertainment wire)--march 2, 1998--the breast cancer fund, a
national non-profit organization based in san francisco, announced earlier
this year its second
historic mountain climbing expedition of alaska's mt. mckinley in june 1998
to raise awareness and
funding for breast cancer. the expedition is called climb against the
odds(tm) and involves two
teams of women, breast cancer survivors and disease free young women from
princeton university
who will be climbing to show support for a future free of breast cancer.

while the team begins its climb a group of survivors and supporters, members
of the bike against
the odds team, will begin a 150 mile bike ride to show their support for the
fight to end the breast
cancer epidemic.

a one-hour documentary on the climb is already in pre-production and is
being produced by
michelson-carlson productions offered under the breast cancer fund's ''tbcf
presents'' label.
in addition, discussions are currently underway with major label artists for
an accompanying benefit
soundtrack for which multiple grammy-winning songwriter dianne warren has
offered to donate the
song ''love can move mountains'' as the theme for the documentary. the
indigo girls sony
entertainment record of emily saliers' song ''everything in its own time'',
from the grammy
nominated album shaming of the sun will also be included in the soundtrack.
''it's great to think
our songs can help make a difference,'' said emily saliers. ''this is very
important work and we will
do all we can to help out,'' said amy ray of the indigo girls. the cd is
planned for national
distribution.

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hey there everyone,

so i know on a post i read that nff tix were available by mailing $$ to
the nff people, but as you can see by their reply this is not true.

i find this a little bizarre because i remember for nff'95 and nff '96  i sent
my $$ in by april to ensure getting the coveted 2 day passes.  am i crazy
or do other people remember doing this early in the spring too?

anyway, if someone hears different please let me know.  i need to ensure that
i will have tickets since much of my personal life is riding on them. my
partner and  i are having our commitment ceremony the weekend before nff and
are going to newport and the nff as our honeymoon, even staying at the hotel
viking for the weekend!  (for the price we are paying, we could have gone to
key west, but after a
year off, we can't bear to miss them at nff.)

take care and peace!

-deb

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our ticket order form has been taken off-line for updating.  our tickets
will go on sale mid-may.


at 11:53 am 3/5/98 est, you wrote:
>hello,
>
>i would like to send money for nff '98 tickets, but the order form on your
>website will not print out.  could you please fix this.  i don't want to miss
>out on the 2-day
>tickets, and i don't want to pay the extremely high ticketmaster charges.
>thank you.
>
>-deb o'donoghue
>
>


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hi all,
david you did a great job with the review, excellent!!!!
when emily dedicated ghost to michelle there were a lot of people who felt
really special. (michelle was a lovely lady of 32 who developed an extremely
rare type of cancer and which took her within a couple of months.) she was
very well known and cared about and i am grateful for my chance to say
goodbye to her  during ghost. it will always be her song now to me.

the only other thing i can add about the show is that we had a friends young
daughter with us up against the stage. both amy and emily reacted positively
to seeing such a young fan and one that knew most of the words. emily even
gave her a plectrum which she held tightly in her hand lest anyone try and
get it.

and david, what about the sexual energy in the room?????? it has always been
about the way their music touches me in a spiritual sort of way for me, at
least until the other night that is. my word, the energy coming off amy was
simply amazing. i was lucky enough to be pretty close to them both and it
was a pretty awesome feeling, more relaxed i think than their last concert 3
years ago.

a friend and i were  able to spend some time at the airport when they left
and were  rewarded by smiles and gratitude from a  very late emily and an
even later amy. i found it difficult to approach them as i am a bit shy and
didn't want to invade their space but just being there and seeing them was
great so actually meeting them was a moment i will not forget.

thats all from me.roll on the next tour to  oz!!!!!!!!!!!!!it can't come
soon enough for me.
jen

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> i came across this surfing around one day. check it out at:
>
>                               http://www.emf.net/~estephen/musicml.html
>
> you'll get a kick out of it :)

        i looked at it and highly recommend it to everyone on the list;
*especially* everyone who wrote in with their "top five albums" or
whatever;
you know who you are.

flame me if you wish.
ian c.

"ow! ladies, please bear in mind, i need that..."
                        -hank mccoy, in a fit of unwanted ecstasy

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hi..it's melanie here. i was the one who couldn't get a ticket to ig in
melb..but finally did! it was an excellent concert..as everyone's
already mentioned!

okay, so here i am..unfortunately, once again in a similar position,
regarding the ani/dar concert! i went to get tix today and it's sold
out! i must have the wrong friends, as no one i know has even *heard* of
them, but if they manage to have a sell out concert..there must be
somewhat of a following here in melb! anyway, i don't suppose anyone has
a spare ticket..or two? just thought i'd ask :)  i can't believe i'm
doing this, again..one day i'll get my act together. :)

love melanie :)

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my apologies if this has been discussed before (not that that really
means anything, since you're already reading this anyway), but on my
travels today, proudly sporting my ig shirt i bought at a concert last
summer, and obviously not paying attention to anything my professor was
saying, i wondered this:  what significant meaning, if any, do the fish
and snowflake on my shirt have?  i bought the shirt because i thought it
looked cool, and i'm not really a big fan of t-shirts, and more
specifically, concert t-shirts with dates on the back....  but i'm sure
there must be some meaning there, and if there is, this is the place to
find out...

melissa.

p.s.  a more detailed description of my shirt:  black, long sleeved,
with an embroidered emblem at the chest center with an orange snowflake
over a silverish fish with "indigo" above it and "girls" below it.

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anyone on this list live in nh and are going to their concert in hanover, nh
at dartmouth college on april 24th? please email me privately at:
crz4indigo@aol.com
peace, love, all things indigo,
~alyssa

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hey all-
   i was just wondering if anyone who has been to any recent shows can tell me
if this shirt is still being sold?  i have wanted one since i first heard
about it, so if they are still selling these at the concerts, it would make me
very happy since i do plan to make an appearance at a couple at the end of
april :)
  if they aren't still available at the concerts, anyone know if i can get one
through the fan club?  thanks a lot...
~liz

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so, sorry if anybody asked, but is it general admission or no?  anybody
know?  basically i'm asking the chances of a non-dickinson person to be
in the front....

oh, and i had this dream and i think it was an omen...listee jil
lchambers and i and our friend made a sign that asked "can we play kazoo
with you during ctf" and they got a kick out of it and let us do it, so
now i think that i might just have to make that sign and bring a
kazoo....that'd be wild!  ya know, i need something since i can't sing...
:)  anyhoos, i'm sure i'll be soliciting ideas for signs as the show
grows nearer....

carolyn
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hell, leap.
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hello all!!

i was signed off awhile ago, and was wondering if anyone from the michelle
malone newsgroup would mind sendin' me the address to subscribe again...if
anyone has the time, i would very much appreciate it...

as for the igc...i was sittin' in class thinkin' how much i would rather be
outside runnin' around, and i read winthrop, ma on the fire blanket container
hanging on the wall...okay, so it's not all that igc related, but it was such
a day brightener...they always sem to "show up" in the weirdest places at the
best times, ya' know?

everyone have a great thursday/friday...and if anyone knows *anything* about
the springfield, oh concert, pahleeeeze e-mail me!!    ~thanks!

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         i just found out that my parents are going to fly me out to
jersey for this one. my mom said that she would have no problem getting
me backstage passes. rad,huh?

      anyway i wanted to urge everyone to go to this folk festival. my
mom was one of the admistrators who came up with the idea for a folk
festival.

   it's about 200 acres of farmland and chickencoops that have been
converted to a summer camp for the arts. i spent about five or six
summers there with my brothers. it's a unique place that emphasizes
artistic freedom and everyone there is really laidback and incredibly cool.

im so psyched
ben

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in a message dated 98-03-06 00:14:42 est, listserv@netspace.org writes:

to all listees who went to this site:

question 1:  how old is everyone in here?
question 2:  how tall is everyone?
question 3:  what kind of cigarettes do you smoke? (if applicable)

my answers

a1:   24
a2:   5'4"
a3:   marlbro medium (king size)

just thought i'd share!


brian

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okay..for anyone concerned i have good news! the promoter was holding
onto a bunch of ani/dar tickets and has released them..so yeah..i got a
coupla tix and will be there on tuesday!! :d

cya everyone!

love melanie :)

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i am looking for rare vinyl of the ig's and was wondering if anybody
knew of any available.   in particular the test pressing of rites of
passage with artwork cover painted and autographed by amy,  the 7" crazy
games/everybody's waiting with picture sleeve,  any colored vinyl
(clear, blue or red) of the first pressings on the dragon path label
(the ep 12") and the indigo label (the '87 issue of strange fire).  also
any promotional vinyl 12", shades of indigo (purple sleeve) and some of
the others as well.      any and all information would be greatly
appreciated!!!    i look forward to your replies to my plea-----i want
to complete my collection of ig vinyl and need these items.   lemme hear
what you have  or know of  please!!!     many thanks!!!    lynn

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in a message dated 98-03-04 23:24:35 est, amy m wrote:

<< can't we all be nice to the newbies??? just cuz someone isn't as up on ig
knowledge as we are, that doesn't seem to me to be a reason to be offended
and nasty to them. >>

hey kind friends,
you know, when i saw ginger's post, i was praying fellow listees would be nice
to her newbie question. i even thought about mentioning that in a post to
everyone, but decided that would be unnecessary because we're all so nice...

i have one thing to say to anyone took an offended attitude with her- 'shame
on you!'

~leah

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in a message dated 3/6/98 9:14:35 am, rsanita@wsii.com wrote:

<<from: rachel sanita <rsanita@wsii.com>
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our form has been taken off line until tickets go on sale and we update the
form.  we will be going on sale in mid-may.


at 10:51 am 3/5/98 -0600, you wrote:
>how does one "print out" the form if there is no link to a form???  i
>would like to order my tickets by mail.>>

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hey guys, i know you hate the waste of bandwidth, but my friend is pretty
desperate and it's all in the name of good academics, so i have a quick
request for anyone who might tape king of the hill.  my friend is an
instructor at arizona state and is looking for this episode:

would  you mind asking if anyone you know taped a copy of the
king of the hill on a couple of weeks ago that dealt with white
identity.  hank had to go to driving school and his teacher was a black
rapper payed by chris rock who made fun of white folk and ...etc.  if
anyone has seen it, that should be enough detail for them to remember.  i
am desperate to find a copy of it, and know a lot of instructors here
who'd like a copy of it too.


i have lots of ig concerts on video to trade, so...if anyone is
interested and can help out, that would be great.  i'm sure the students
at asu taking speech classes would be very appreciative!

thanks a ton,

carolyn

p.s. who ever did the seattle boot, damn, good job!  ;)

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hi :o)

        could whoever is in charge of the loop tape thing please email me?
i got a tape in the mail, but never received any more info on the loop, so
i don't know who to send it to next. thanks. :o)

                                                                -heather

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hey, a question for all of you who have cable...

i've just been listening to the honor the earth boot from missoula (thanks,
marivel!) from early october, and right before gotm emily says,
"we're going to los angeles tomorrow, y'all... we're gonna shoot a video
for this next song and it's gonna be really fun."

so has this video made an appearance yet?  any word on when it will?
october was a long time ago...

just wondering,
stephanie

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subject: daemon records monthly mail
   date: fri, 6 mar 1998 15:25:46 -0600 (cst)
   from: owner-daemonrecs-info@m2.monsterbit.com

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***new mongrels is here***

just a short note to let you know that new mongrels
big cup of empty is available.  check out the daemon
site to hear the entire record in our new listening room.
real audio required.

also, we thought it appropriate to feature new mongrels
not dead yet as this months sale.   check it out!

     [url:  http://www.monsterbit.com/daemon ]

support your local music!
daemon

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just thought i'd mention it...

here's the info:

kroq bill silva presents   ani difranco   bren events center - uci
             fri jul 3, 1998 8:30 pm

                        city: irvine
                        state: ca
                        event date: jul 03, 1998
                        charge-by-phone: 714-740-2000

tickets are $26 and it's general admission downstairs on the floor,
reserve upstairs in the bleachers.

oh, the point:  on-sale tomorrow(saturday) morning, 10am, ticketmaster.


   ani in orange county - does it get any more ironic than that?

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hello! first i am sorry for the repetiveness of this topic, i know it's been
covered but i do not have internet access nor is this my personal email which
means stuff gets deleted on me. in addition i live in vancouver and info on
folk fests in new jersey is not that easliy aquired. with that aside, could
someone please email me privatly with the date of the fest and how to get
tickets if ya know? i would be utterly grateful :).
love and dribble
christa
wubuh@aol.com

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wow, i can't say enough about big cup of empty, the new mongrels new
release.  you can preview it on the daemon site and i have listened to the
entire cd a few times now.  it is less silly and less lively than not dead
(yet), and there don't seem to be the unusual characters such as the nine
fingered boy and the wingtip sheriff.  but i think the guarantee stands:
"no bad songs."
the igc:  amy sings lead vocals on the first song ("streets of gold"?) and
emily sings lead on the tenth.  amy is featured on the title track as
well. also, michelle sings the eighth song ("you laugh"?).
i don't know the exact names of the songs since i haven't been able to
find a song list.  but both amy's song and emily's are just beautiful.
there is a beatlesque quality about the album, especially on emily's lead
vocal song and on the song right after it (backward music, clarinet
interludes).
and as noted, not dead (yet) is the monthly special at daemon, so go order
them both!!

-garian

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hi all,

does anyone have a phone number for daemon?  i couldn't find one on the web
page...i want to call and order the new new mongrels cd by phone, if possible.

thanks in advance,

cheryl thiede
cheryl@discover-net.net

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cheryl <cheryl@discover-net.net> wrote:

> does anyone have a phone number for daemon?  i couldn't find
> one on the web page...i want to call and order the new new
> mongrels cd by phone, if possible.

daemon records is a mail/internet - order only company. they don't have
a published phone number, and they don't have a "secure" web order page.
they just have lots of really great music for sale at *very* reasonable
prices.

http://www.monsterbit.com/daemon/

daemon records
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decatur, ga 30031


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this is a message to jing khoon, whom i don't know the e-mail address of..

        i got your pictures, and they came out great! i mean, they take a picture
of the whole stage, me included!!

        as for my shots?? the ones i took up front were not so good, turns out i
do need a flash...:-{

        but the ones i took of them as they were watching that girl sing after the
concert were pretty good, so when i have the time i'll send you a copy of
those!!

thanks,
ian c.

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hey ya'll

i was wondering if anyone has directions to this college.   if anyone out
there knows where this college is located, could you please e-mail me the
directions.  i would appreciate it very much!!!!!!!!   also, is the music
store the only place that is selling tix other than the college?   i guess
ticketmaster is not selling them.

thanks
sandy

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could someone also send me info on that, as well as the appel farms ff,
like where in nj it is :)...i've lived here all my life and i have no
idea where it is, so any info would be much appreciated!  thanks in
advance,
flann

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would someone please privately email me the spring tour dates
at remloverll@aol.com


thanks!
chrisy

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> from: melissa singhaus <msinghaus@msmisp.com>
> to: bbelbis@aol.com
> subject: hi!
> date: friday, march 06, 1998 11:51 pm
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> answer to your post i am 22. i am 5'4 1/2 inches tall and i do not smoke.
i
> thought your post was strange, but i decided to answer you anyways. missy
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i did not tape that episode of king of the hill with chris rock, but i did
enjoy it.  i do have an interesting bit of information on the show you kids
might be interested it.  on the may 10th episode of king of the hill, ani will
lend her voice to a character (possibly peggy hill's guitar teacher).  i
continue to read all of your posts and i love you all.  on an unrelated topic,
i had forgotten until today how much i like the song "hand me downs"...
andy

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date:         sat, 7 mar 1998 12:55:31 +0000
reply-to:     bonj1_95@worc.ac.uk
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from:         john bond <bonj1_95@worc.ac.uk>
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subject:      re : http://www.emf.net/~estephen/musicml.html

just been reading the e-mail message on this page - i hope i never,
ever get that bitter or cynical........

john.


rimmer : "ok, go to blue alert."

kryten : "are you sure, sir? it does mean changing the bulb."

(red dwarf)

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date:         sat, 7 mar 1998 10:39:11 -0500
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> subject: www.emf.net/~estephen/musicml.html
> date: fri, 6 mar 1998 02:50:11 est
> from: bbelbis <bbelbis@aol.com>
>
> in a message dated 98-03-06 00:14:42 est, listserv@netspace.org writes:
>
> to all listees who went to this site:
>
> question 1:  how old is everyone in here?
> question 2:  how tall is everyone?
> question 3:  what kind of cigarettes do you smoke? (if applicable)
>
> my answers
>
> a1:   24
> a2:   5'4"
> a3:   marlbro medium (king size)
>
> just thought i'd share!
>
> brian
>


hey everyone-

not to be a total wench, (but as most know, i am *wink*) but what in
heaven's name is this and what in hell's name does it have to do with
the indigo girls???  prefacing a questionairre of this nature with 1)
nigc and 2) a legitimate reason would probably get more (or less, i
guess) answers.

secondly, is there anyone who has a bootleg of the cornell university
show from dec. 1994?  i am looking for it and would be eternally
grateful if i could get my little paws on it.....

and ginger, the name of the song is closer to fine.  first song, first
album, first "hit".  yup, that would be that.  *nods and smiles*

thanks and peace-
karrie
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date:         sat, 7 mar 1998 10:45:19 -0500
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hello everyone. i just got the watershed video last night, and i watched
it. i loved it. the  movie was so cool, but it took way too long for me to
get it. i was waiting for a couple of months listening to these stores
tell me that it will be there soon. anyway, i've got to go watch it again.
after seeing the videos, i can't believe that the girls don't ever get
played on mtv or vh1. that is wrong. also, does anyone know if these music
channels ever play soy anymore. i forced myself to watch all these crappy
videos for a couple of hours after school in hopes of seeing soy. no luck.
they play janet jackson videos like two times, but they can't bring
themselves to play soy. i hate these music channels.
rb

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date:         sun, 8 mar 1998 00:06:15 -0800
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> after seeing the videos, i can't believe that the girls don't ever get
> played on mtv or vh1. that is wrong. also, does anyone know if these
music
> channels ever play soy anymore. i forced myself to watch all these crappy
> videos for a couple of hours after school in hopes of seeing soy. no
luck.
> they play janet jackson videos like two times, but they can't bring
> themselves to play soy. i hate these music channels.

        that's because these music channels are headed by
morons who appeal a hideous blend of the lowest common
denominator and what is 'hot'. or in some cases what copies
hot, like hanson wannabes (like hanson isn't enough to deal
with) the moffats.

        consider yourselves lucky. mtv asia primarily
plays idiot pretty-boy 4/5-part boy bands like the backstreet
boys (who, oddly enough, are more popular in asia than
in the us). maybe i'm too hard on these bands, but i would
appreciate maybe some equal exposure to more
mature stuff. we don't even have vh1.......

ian c.

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date:         sat, 7 mar 1998 11:03:33 -0500
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hey everyone-

ok, i know that ig was the second album officially....cuz sf came first.
but as far as mainstream, record labels, sales, all that other schtuff,
ig was basically first.

so please don't mail me about it.  i was already c'orrected.

thanks-
karrie


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date:         sat, 7 mar 1998 12:06:51 -0500
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hey all,
i have a few questions.  what's the onsale date and phone numbers and such
for wittenburg (oh)? also, for the dickenson (pa) show, are all the good
seats selling to students first or are they holding an entire section back
for the public?  i'd greatly appreciate any and all info you might have on
these shows.
thanks!
lisa


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seriously, it's only life afterall." --emily saliers

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> >>hello friends. if you're receiving this, it's because you're on my mucho
> >>importante mailing list. this is something i am really mad at so join me
> >in
> >>fighting it ok. write a letter to the news editor of the site,
> >>post messages, >etc. etc. make your own mailing list and send this
> >>to as many gay friends as >you have on your buddy list. i am asking
> >>each and every one of you to help me.
> >>channelone.com, a popular media site, is having a news poll on whether
> >gays
> >>should be allowed in boyscouts. so far, we're losing. help please. go to
> >>channelone.com (the url is below also) and pull down the menu or look
> >for
> >>the poll on the site in the news section. vote! and help us win.
> >>it's important. forward and make mail on your own list as well.
> >>thanx.
> >>http://www.channelone.com
> >>
> >>brandon
> >
> >--------- end forwarded message ----------
> >

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date:         sat, 7 mar 1998 14:36:55 est
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four days and counting until i leave the comforts of suburbia for the real
world...its funny how much different it seems to be leaving at 23 than it did
when i was leaving (for college) at 17.  back then, it was this pressing
"anywhere but here" kind of mentality.  now i find myself making dinner dates
to tie up all the loose ends of my life, and sorting through all the
miscelanious junk i've managed to accumulate instead of just throwing it into
boxes to shove in the closet.

anyways, i was wondering what songs/albums other people have that are tied to
major life transitions.  like for me, going to college, i listened to rites of
passage non-stop for the two or three months before i left.  when my best
friend moved away, it was new experience (michelle malone), then carrie
newcomer's the bird or the wing.  the autumn of my sophomore year in high
school (the world series    ->  a major earthquake -> my birthday, in a matter
of days...realizing how little the "important" things in my life really
mattered) was suzanne vega's solitude standing.  maybe it has nothing to do
(lyrically) with whatever it is that you're going through (or maybe it does),
but the album that speaks to you, seeks you out and finds you and says play me
over and over until it becomes inseparable from the events that surround you.

i'll only be on the list until tuesday, but i'd love to hear what people have
to say about this.

take care,
shelley

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date:         sat, 7 mar 1998 15:27:15 est
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hey all -

i'm looking for some really good quality indigo girls and/or melissa ferrick
boots.  (for example the ig's denver, co show 10.21.90, or chapel hill, nc
11.13.87)  i'm looking for older shows of the ig's and anything from melissa,
but i really do want them to be good quality, so if anyone out there wants to
help me out i'd be appreciative.  respond privately please.  also, anyone who
decides to respond to this i have one more question.  how long does it take to
get something from the "fan club".  i've heard they are really slow, but does
anyone want to give me an estimate?

thanks you guys -
muli

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date:         sat, 7 mar 1998 22:22:57 -0600
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here's a little tidbit from mtv online....(without permission of course)

chumbawumba, indigo girls, sinead o'connor to play fleadh fest

        the fleadh festival (pronounced "flah"), which was all of one show last
summer in new york, is boasting a full bill for this summer of chumbawumba,
sinead o'connor, shane mcgowan of the pogues and richarrd thompson, and
this year, they're taking it on the road.  fleadh goes national in 1998
with shows in new york on june 13 and 14, plus a chicago date on june 20
and san francisco on june 27.

the festival is sponsored by guiness, and the music is rooted in, but not
exclusively, irish.  more acts should be announced, when else, st.patrick's
day.  we'll keep you posted.

end of article

now i know they only mention ig in the title, but something to keep an eye
out for...hopefully coming to a town near you soon!  this would be the
randall island show for those of you who are keeping track!


casey

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date:         sat, 7 mar 1998 23:36:40 est
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hey - i was wonderin'...
- why did amy name it "daemon" records?            and
- how long does it generally take to receive an order from daemon? (made my
first order last week - yippee!)

thanks!
~flora

ps - oh yeah - also:  is the ig yale concert (4/25) open to the public (isn't
it some sort of school party?)?  (sorry if it's been said; i get so much list
email it usually goes through one eye and out the other...)

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