lifeblood: listlogs: 1998-04b


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date:         wed, 8 apr 1998 00:02:49 -0400
reply-to:     marivel danielson <marivel@umich.edu>
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subject:      re: best new artist grammy
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> more related questions:
> was ig there (in 1989)?
> and what year was it that they did win?
> did they perform?
>
> sandy

they were definately there.  '89 was the year they were nominated for 2 awards.
milli vanilli took the "best new artist" and ig went home with "best
contemporary folk".  thanks to a certain lovely san fransiscan (cheryle!!!) i
got the chance to see the precious tape of the award ceremonies and they are
incredible to say the least.  black leather, mascara and big hair abound.
hysterically funny (funny good, not funny bad).  they show a photo from earlier
in the day (?) when amy and emily were presented with the folk award (sooo
happy!), and there are a couple of different shots of them during the televised
awards.  one of the best (which the sharp-eyed cheryle caught) was during one of
the country music award categories when the camera gets a shot of some country
artist sitting directly behind amy on the aisle.  so right before the camera
moves to the next nominee, amy stretches backwards and her head reaches into
camera range.  so you get a really sweet close-up of her face in the bottom
corner of the shot.  it's great in slow motion (gotta love the change of
expression: "yawn...oh my goodness i'm on tv!!!).  and then later you see amy
giving rap nominee young mc a little applause before his category is announced.
it's a great tape, and for those of you already wondering...i do not have a copy
of this video.  if anyone out there is feeling generous and wants to dub it (and
maybe some tonight show appearances...hint hint) i'd be just as excited as the
rest of you to get in on it.  sorry i couldn't be of more help...

marivel

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date:         wed, 8 apr 1998 01:10:26 edt
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hey everyone,

i will be seeing ani in milwaukee on 4/18 at the rave.  i was wondering if
anyone had directions to the rave from chicago....thanks in advance!

brian

email me privately, thanks.
bbelbis@aol.com

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date:         wed, 8 apr 1998 14:59:06 -0700
reply-to:     ian carandang <bluefur@pacific.net.ph>
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hello all,

        finally got around to checking my mail, and looked up the sys sample on
the mtv site......

        .........after much downloading, i finally played
it....hmmmmmmm........not much different, 'cept for the rougher guitar
chords......

        .............then i heard morello do his thing near the end (why did the
sample stop when morello was just starting???)
****kickin'!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!****** only regret, i can't save it. (or can
i?) it just sits there on my taskbar, to be played over and over, trying to
squeeze as much as i can out of those riffs.........

        i cannot wait. i'm from the philippines, people, and not up to date on
those remix thingies; when it somes out, please some kind soul say so on
this site so i can order it.........:-)

ian c.

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date:         wed, 8 apr 1998 06:12:32 -0400
reply-to:     terrence <alex4377@fredonia.edu>
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from:         terrence <alex4377@fredonia.edu>
subject:      re: lilith fair/ohio
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yeah....i'd love to hear any info on the ohio lilith as well....it'd be
much appreciated!
thanks
=]

-greg

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date:         wed, 8 apr 1998 08:48:24 -0400
reply-to:     nancy humphries <nancy@rbdc.rbdc.com>
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subject:      appel farms info
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saw this on the folk music mailing list, thought i'd pass it on:
(re-posted without permission)


date: tue, 7 apr 1998 11:30:06 -0400 (edt)
from: appelarts <appelarts@aol.com>
subject: appel farm festival (new jersey)

we are delighted to announce that the indigo girls will headline the pnc bank
appel farm arts & music festival on saturday, june 6th.  the line -up will
also feature iris dement, moxy fruvous, livingston taylor, grey eye glances,
vance gilbert, karen savoca, joseph parsons, bill morganfield, whirligig and
michele nagy.

appel farm is located just 35 miles south of philadelphia.  for tickets and
information call 1-800-394-1211.  check our web site at
http://www.rowan.edu/appel

tickets will be limited.  tell a friend


nancy humphries
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date:         wed, 8 apr 1998 07:33:02 pdt
reply-to:     strangefire ig <sfireig@hotmail.com>
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i'm back from a long break from the list. i've always been able to get
the names of other artists that are really cool from ppl on the list.
any recommendations?

please feel free to reply privately...as not to take up too much room on
the list!
-sherry

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date:         wed, 8 apr 1998 08:39:04 -0600
reply-to:     elizabeth <elizabeth.nitz@evolving.com>
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subject:      project amy & nana
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hey, just heard from nana where most of our amy birthday checks are going:

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we've gotten over $600 to date from the kind folks on the indigo girls iistserv.

last night, we cosponsored the pastors for peace emergency aid caravan to
chiapas in its stopover in atlanta. there was a potluck supper followed
by a presentation by the caravaners and, then, a very good period of dialogue.
around 50 people from all segments of the community were there and our group
was able to contribute to this worthy effort to aid the refugees of
chiapas in part due to the generosity of your group (the listserv).
gracias por todo.
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we're already making a difference!!  this caravan is extremely important
to the indigenous people right now, they are desperately in need of food
and clothing. please continue to keep the donations rolling in to this
organization!!  it's almost the end of planting season, and if the refugees
can't get back on their land soon, they'll starve over the winter.  i'm not
making this up. i'll post pictures soon.

as always, donation info at:
http://members.tripod.com/~indigoempire/projamy.html
chiapas news at:
http://members.tripod.com/~wwactivism/chiapas.html

love & peace,
elizabeth from denver

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date:         wed, 8 apr 1998 11:41:57 -0500
reply-to:     pbethan@bgnet.bgsu.edu
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can anyone out there help me get ahold of neil hunt, or john pyles?!
i'm *really* wanting to get this blasted cover tape outta my hands and i
can't until i have their vital info. for the tape liner. ;)  as soon as
i reach them it'll be complete. :)
it's coming together nicely...since i've been receiving these tapes,
i've just realized that i.g. fans rock. :) i seriously think we should
come together and form this mass band of awesomeness. ;)  they'd be so
proud of us guys! :)
hold your britches people...it's almost done...yeaaaaah! :)
enough of my tangent -- if you do know where i can find them please
e-mail me privately. :)

bethany :)

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date:         wed, 8 apr 1998 11:48:59 -0400
reply-to:     cheri carter <ccigfan@mindspring.com>
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at 09:26 pm 4/7/98 edt, you wrote:
>so what is sara doing now ?? does anyone know who she is working with ?? i
>guess my reasoning behind this as i posted before, is i dunno if she
counts as
>an original member of b-52's but they are playing the ever-popular
whfstival -
>16 bands for oh now its 30 bucks this year, as opposed to 16...anyhoo.  so i
>wanna know if she will be playing with them or how i can find out... any help
>would be appreciated...
for all that are curious..
sara was not an original member of the b-52's.  she was, however, scheduled
to tour with them this summer.  unfortunately there was a miscommunication
and she will not be touring with them (except a couple corporate
dates...not exactly sure what that means).  the bass player from the rosie
o'donnell show will be touring with them(her name escapes me).
sara is currently working on her solo effort.  i have no more details than
that!  .....and no...she will not be playing with the girls this summer
since the b-52 thing fell through!
hope that answers your questions!
cheri

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date:         wed, 8 apr 1998 12:28:28 -0400
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subject:      nigc k's choice
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*the belgian brother-sister duo known as k's choice will try to
follow up the success of their breakthrough album, 1995's "paradise
in me," with a new album and a run on this summer's lilith fair
tour. .. the band, which found a home on rock radio with their hit "not an
addict," returns to u.s. record racks on may 12 with "cocoon crash,"
an album which sees the group team with producer gil norton (known
for his work with the foo fighters and the pixies among others).

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date:         wed, 8 apr 1998 13:46:55 edt
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i dubbed some boots and i think that they're for you.  can you confirm?
(sorry don't mean to sound like a sci-fi movie)

:d

anne

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date:         wed, 8 apr 1998 13:50:32 -0400
reply-to:     casey@rea-alp.com
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subject:      you've received a sony music musicgram

you have received a sony music musicgram from
casey <casey@rea-alp.com>.
to pick it up, simply click on the following hyperlink or
copy and paste it into your browser:

  http://www2.music.sony.com/musicdb/pcpickup?pcid=19980408134508gtapcomr

you can also pick up your musicgram by going to
  http://www.sonymusic.com/postcards/
and entering the following po box number: 19980408134508gtapcomr

your musicgram will be available for 30 days.
please pick it up soon.

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date:         wed, 8 apr 1998 14:17:57 edt
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i haven't listened to it for a while because...well, i just got burned out on
ig
there ....today i poped it in and i just have to make a few comments on
the song leeds:
emily saliers just pounds away on that piano as if her life depended on it.
it's just too much, almost ham fisted ... her vocal delivery is the same...all
out.
it lacks the subtlety that *i* think would really benifit the song.
a little more modulation would be nice, perhaps a little quiet
desperation...which is what that song is all about for me :)

any pianists out there have any comments on the style in
leeds ?

jest wonderin'
:)
claire

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date:         wed, 8 apr 1998 11:17:09 -0700
reply-to:     lori saeki <liltree@yahoo.com>
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subject:      brief siting on my generation
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i was watching a bit of vh1's game show my generation last nigh.  they
have this category called "pretzel logic" where they show clips from
three different videos that have something in common and you have to
guess what that is.  the first clip was from melissa etheridge's
cometo my window, which had me quite excited and i almost missed the
next clip, which was from soy!  wow  the last video was kd lang's
constant craving, so i suppose y'all know what the correct answer was.

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date:         wed, 8 apr 1998 11:39:44 -0700
reply-to:     amanda <biodb8er@rocketmail.com>
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hmmmm....they're all women?  :)

sorry, couldn't resist...


===
feminism is the radical idea that womyn are people.

america is at that awkward stage: it is too late to
work within the system and too soon to shoot the
bastards.

"i got a phd in history, not memory."  prof nelson
when challenged by a history buff.

"you've only learnt it if you can teach it.  we're
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economics this quarter."  prof hutchendorf.


---lori saeki <liltree@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> i was watching a bit of vh1's game show my
generation last nigh.  they
> have this category called "pretzel logic" where
they show clips from
> three different videos that have something in
common and you have to
> guess what that is.  the first clip was from
melissa etheridge's
> cometo my window, which had me quite excited and i
almost missed the
> next clip, which was from soy!  wow  the last video
was kd lang's
> constant craving, so i suppose y'all know what the
correct answer was.
>
>
>
>
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date:         wed, 8 apr 1998 17:28:50 -0500
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hi,
        sorry for the nigc, but could someone who is a kd lang fan please
email me? i'm not real familiar with most of her songs, and i'm trying to
find one that i think is by her, but i'm not sure. thanks! :o)

                                                        -heather

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date:         wed, 8 apr 1998 17:27:39 edt
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hey yall
so i am a tad annoyed cause the peeps at rock fetish said they had this other
ig shirt besides nis, because they sold out of those, that was white and had
stuff on it, i have no idea what they said it was, but it sure wasnt the sots
shirt.  anyways.  so they sent me the natural shirts with the dolls on it and
i already have one, so i am willing to sell it to the firt who answers my
plea.  i am only asking $14.50 which is what i paid, and thats a $5.50
discount from the fan club, plus i will prolly get it to  you way before them.
any takers ????

peace
sasha

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hey yall...
i just noticed that i kept referring to them as shirts, but it is in fact one
shirt.  but its still up for grabs : )
later
sasha

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date:         wed, 8 apr 1998 17:42:14 -0500
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hello! :o)

        does anyone happen to have a copy of the grammy's back in 89 when
ig won? i don't have a way of copying on my vcr, so i couldn't trade that
way, but i do have some boots. :o)

                                                                -heather

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when i first heard it i was a bit surprised, because it sounds like
nothing else they've done. but that's good. *s* i was immediately struck
by eiiot, scooter boys...but caramia was one that had to grow on me, as
well as leeds. i loved leeds all except the vocals by ulali but now i
love them as well! *g* i think it usually takes a bit of time to get
used to a new cd..

lamia

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date:         wed, 8 apr 1998 20:12:02 -0400
reply-to:     lori and gavin macleod <macleods@spectranet.ca>
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jl jiblet croft ** jiblet@pretenders.org ** http://www.pretenders.org


anyone know jiblet?  traded?  anything?
just curious as i haven't received tapes in return for a few months now.
thanks

sigc - last weekend tami and i went shopping before the sarah/lisa loeb
concert in buffalo, and during the afternoon walked into two stores that
were playing ig (different song, different time of day) and one playing rem.
anyone else have similar experiences?

lori


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subject:      lilth fair
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i am hoping to see amy and emily at the lilth fair this year. how does
it work with the tickets? do you buy tickets for each individual
performer, or do you buy tickets for the whole day and get to see
everyone that is there that day? i guess i don't understand how it
works. how do you know what time each act is performing? i would
appreciate advice from anyone with lilth fair experience. thanks. syd

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hey yall
the sots shirt is spoken for.  but there are smyal/sonia shirts left (cough
cough) ok so that was a shamless plug.   but they are still here, 10 bones.
all goes to charity : )

peace
sasha

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hey yall
ok so i have posted more today than i have in a while. anyways, i am looking
to replace my crappy copies of the following boots

champoeg or 7/9/97  - 2nd half at least is like listening to the chipmunks
2/10/93 - decatur ga no repub. here
4/4/95 decatur ga emory college - the one with boys on the side soundtrack
overdubbed so you can listen to both at the same time...its a little annoying.
so if anybody has good copies of these please email me.

peace
sasha

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okay, since someone posted the other day that folkfest tickets are on
sale i hoofed it over to the website and sure enough it said so. i called
r.i ticketbastard today and (surprise) they had not a clue what i was
talking about. can anyone give me some help here? has anyone else
actually tried to buy tickets yet? thanks for any help you can give.
-sam (sending hopeful vibes to chiapas and tibet)

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hello, all!
      i just wanted to say a big, public thank you to anna, cathy, and l.s.
ranke for the boots i receved in the mail this week!  you guys are great!
      next... it's official.  i've just officially released sarah's greatest
hits, 1998 - volume 1.  it's pretty damn good, i must say.  a culmination of a
lot of my more recent and not-so-recent favourite songs by everyone from
indigo girls to animaniacs. =)  so, if anyone would like a copy, let me know.
i'd like to trade for a mix tape.  anything.  i love everything.  it could be
your personal best of ig compilation or a collection of israeli rap music or
just be totally random... (which is really what i love)  or i'll just copy you
one if you cover the postage or whatever.  hope to hear from all of you soon!
=)  peace, love, and butter biscuits, sarah

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howdy ho ~
a coupla things to chat about...
recently "found" the album 4.5, at a store in canada, for about $25 canadian.
how much has everyone else paid for this? i was sooo excited to *finally* see
an ig cd that i don't have, i bought it w/o thinkin much. of course, i don't
regret getting it, although it's not like it has any new or different versions
of songs on it. (for those who don't know, this is an import from england, a
compilation of songs from their various other albums).  so, i'm wondering what
the history behind 4.5 is... did am and em put this out; or was it made with
their permission? etc etc.

maybe we could start a little discussion on "jesus christ superstar - a
resurrection"?  i hate the musical; love the cd.  every time i listen to it i
marvel at the brilliance of amy being cast as jesus (ok, that line sounded
really cheezy, but you know what i mean?)  it never fails to send shivers down
my spine.  i was wonderin' who has the movie of jcs and what he/she thinks of
it!?!  maybe the whole list would benefit from a review like this - i'm
thinkin about buying the video - and those who don't have the cd should really
think about getting it.  one of the things i like so much about this show is
how it shows the breadth of the indigo girls' voices, and their openminded-
ness to do 'different' projects.  how many other "pop stars" (ugh! i'm sorry
for that phrase!) would get together with a bunch of their friends to produce
an andrew lloyd webber musical because they remember dancing to it when they
were little? incredy.

lastly, and perhaps most importantly, i was wondering what time people suggest
getting in line for a g/a show (and don't lie to me; i don't mean to create
competition for the best seats or anything, on purpose). all of my other
concerts have been assigned seating, or times when i can't control when i get
there.  but now, since i'm planning on hitting dartmouth, yale, and then
dickinson, i'm hoping someone will give me advice on how early to get there.
please?!

only two more days before the most religious weekend of the year - passover,
easter, and amy's birthday all in one weekend!!!!

peace,
~flora

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mizz flora asked what we all thought of jcs.  well, here's my (not-so) humble
opinion:

it rocks!  :)  i've been told by some ultra-religious coworkers that having a
woman ("especially one of those lesbian women") cast as jesus is practically
blasphemous, but i still think it was a cool idea!!! :)  i watch that video a
lot and i really like it... i'm considering going ahead & getting another copy
coz i'm gonna wear the first one out pretty soon!  :)

peace, harmony & indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
   -   novitiate of suzanneglassism
     - president, grlchasr26 fan club
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can you show me now that i will not be killed in vain,
show me just a little of your omnipresent brain!
show me there's a reason for your wanting me to die,
you're far too keen on where and how and not so hot on why!
-amy as jesus, "the garden of gethsemane"
from jesus christ super-star: a resurrection
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a favour...
      if any of you are out there who know me and/or would be willing to buy a
copy of this cd for me, please let me know!  from what i know, ig won't be
playing lf here, and i don't know if that means they won't have the cd when it
comes here; i'd rather not take the chance... please help! =)  thanks in
advance!  peace, love, and gravity, sarah

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hey y'all! jcs? hmmm... i've been listening to it a lot lately for some
reason. maybe because easter is approaching. i really like what amy, emily,
michael, and all the others did with the musical. while i don't like it as
much as i like the original (i went to catholic school for 12 years and we
watched it at least once a year so i know it well), i think they did a hell
of a good job making it more "modern." amy's vocals are outstanding,
especially during gethsamane (i've always spelled that wrong and have never
taken the time to look it up) and poor jerusalem.

my favorite part of the jcs video is definitely amy singing gethsamane. it's
a very intense moment in the musical and she does a hell of a job and pulls
it off rather well. emily's great on the cd, but her costume and makeup in
the video leave a lot to be desired. i'm a huge emily fan but all that eye
makeup and that red kimono thing just have to go! what were they thinking? i
know she's supposed to be mary magdalene (who was a whore), but they could
have made emily look a little better. am i right or am i right? as usual
though, emily's performance takes you to another dimension. gerard mchugh is
also very good, but i kind of wish he had done the part of herod instead.
shawn mullins needs to work on his vocals. no emotion there imo. anyway, to
sum it up, i love the cd. if you don't have it, get it tomorrow. the video
is good too, although very underground/amateurish. highly recommended.

jendy

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>maybe we could start a little discussion on "jesus christ superstar - a
>resurrection"?
yeah...wasn't that michael lorant's idea...he oughta get some cookies.
he's smart as all heck.
yeah...the video is grrrreat!!!  i'm just amazed by the garden scene
with amy in the poets shirt.  there's lotsa funny stuff too...like jesus
in overalls with one side down!!  hee hee, 7th grade!!
of course, emily could have done without the excessive eye
makeup...she's almost frightening, but perty in the kimono.  the only
thing that is bothersome is that the priests in the video sing out of
tune & just sound bad...but i guess they're probably supposed to, except
that they don't on the cd.  oh well.
enough....
carol

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hey.

first, where is jill certo?  ms oberlin herself?  did
she move to news-only list?  :(

two, i am looking for any boot from sept 24 and

third, any boot from august 21 and

fourth, any may 23 boot.

i have photos i can trade....

hjälp!

amanda

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when challenged by a history buff.

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economics this quarter."  prof hutchendorf.

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april 6
heidid4660@aol.com (heidi)
happy birthday, heidi!
"a key to a room of your own and a mind without end..."

april 8, ('77)
happy 21st, sarah!
spinsker@goucher.edu (sarah pinsker)

april 10 ('70)
seaphish@aol.com (sheri)
happy 28th, sheri!
"...there i am in younger days, star gazing, painting picture perfect maps of
how my life and love would be, not counting the unmarked paths of misdirection,
my compass, faith in love's perfection, i missed ten million miles of road i
should have seen..."

april 12 ('64)
igfan@rcam.com (amy ray)
happy 34th, amy!
"when the beautiful ladies walk right by, you know i never know what to say..."

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something that sulli wrote got me thinking about stuff that i've talked with
people here at eastern mennonite about from time to time:  war taxes.

now, i know a lot of you do not have a non-violent resistance philosophy, but i
do.  my beliefs in this come from my faith, which is probably not your faith.
but, hear what i have to say, please.

a portion of our taxes are going to aid the very people who are hurting the
people we are sending our amy checks to help.  we don't have any say in whether
or not we want our war taxes to be used that way, it just happens.  some
mennonites and other people who oppose the war tax will choose to live below
the poverty level so that they do not have to pay taxes.  i could not do that,
nor am i recommending that y'all do that.  it is a thought that i have
considered, though.

i am impressed that the girls are out there doing something about the chiapas
situation because i can't.  i have to sit on my duff because it doesn't fit my
lifestyle to do something.  i am a privaliged north american.  i have power
that my sisters and brothers in chiapas do not.  even though i am not one of
the soldiers that is doing harm to them, my lifestyle is perpetuating their
situation.

i don't know what i am going to do about this:  war tax; chiapas; the fact
that 20% of the world is using 80% of the world's resources; oppression;
power; etc.  but, i am at a place in my life where i can begin to make choices
that will completely shift the direction i will go in.

okay, that's my soap box.  i'll step down now.

anna

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i'll live it sooner than i think, and maybe the way i'll be with my
daughter or son starts with the way i am now." --bethany spicher
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i've said it a million times before, but i believe here is a great place to
reiterate my opinion ... get the jcs video!!! what is the only thing better
than hearing the lovely voices of our favorite girls??

*seeing* them whilst they sing, of course!!!

i've been a fan of jcs forever and know the original inside and out. imagine my
*glee* when i found out that the girls had done their very own version with none
other than amy in the lead. i was ecstatic!!! and who can beat emily as dear
mary magdeline?!?

jendy said:
>(i went to catholic school for 12 years and we watched it at least once a year
>so i know it well

i find this very interesting ... that they proudly showed jesus christ
superstar in
a strict religious (and catholic at that!) school. i guess that just
exemplifies the
brilliance of the show, or at least what i see as its most amazing quality --
that the very same score/words/delivery can be taken to mean such different
things by different groups of people. i suppose it just depends on your belief
system and how your view the story and the world. amazing, truly!

enough babbles for tonight!
cathy :)

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i found it extremely significant that amy was wearing a shirt with a hindu
god on the front during some of the video.  it just makes me smile.

thank you--
jamie

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i was wondering where (besides ordering from daemon) can i buy the jcs video?
i havent seen it in any stores....
thanks,
amber

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wed, 8 apr 1998 21:41:00 edt
ndygotiggr <ndygotiggr@aol.com> said, among other things:

jcs
>rocks!  :)  i've been told by some ultra-religious coworkers that having a
>woman ("especially one of those lesbian women") cast as jesus is practically
>blasphemous, but i still think it was a cool idea!!! :)

i, too, love seeing amy as jesus and see no problem with the switch.  tell
your coworkers that it's only in the last few centuries that our culture has
masculinized god/jesus.  texts from the middle ages, (i.e. julian of
norwich's _shewings_ or  margery kempe, tons of paintings, etc.), routinely
portrayed jesus as "father, mother, god," talking about nursing from his
breasts and such. beautiful images.  amy playing jesus is actually a return
to the traditional. :)
lisa

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date:    wed, 8 apr 1998 21:34:28 edt
from:    fauna88 <fauna88@aol.com>
subject: ig misc.
recently "found" the album 4.5, at a store in canada, for about $25 can=
adian. how much has everyone else paid for this? i was sooo excited to
*finall=
y* see an ig cd that i don't have, i bought it w/o thinkin much.

when i was visiting my parents in toronto, i found 4.5 for $25 canadian at
sam's, and then even less (i can't remember how much- pam, can you?) at
hmv...

sarah
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hey people.
just a reminder for you atlantans and anyone in town visiting on saturday,
april 11th that julie and dave will be playing with shawn mullins at
eddie's attic.  showtimes are 7 and 9:30p.  it is a cd release and should
be fun!  shawn is very talented and just got better with the addition of
dave and julie.  come by and express your disappointment about lift to
them.  hope to see you there!
cheri

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date:         thu, 9 apr 1998 07:41:21 -0700
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subject:      re: folkfest tickets...
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> okay, since someone posted the other day that folkfest tickets are on
> sale i hoofed it over to the website and sure enough it said so. i called
> r.i ticketbastard today and (surprise) they had not a clue what i was
> talking about. can anyone give me some help here? has anyone else
> actually tried to buy tickets yet? thanks for any help you can give.

newport folk festival tickets typically go on sale in early to
mid-may.  i have heard that some folks have mailed uin money to
the folk fest office...no idea what happens to them, but i dont
expect they would see any tickets until the rest are released.
when the lineup is announced, and ticket info, you can bet
that we'll be right on it :)


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date:         thu, 9 apr 1998 08:23:43 pdt
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hey, did anyone else catch jerry marotta playing with robbie robertson
on letterman last night? strange....or is it not? i don't know. as for
jcs, yikes! yes, sooo good. but who is it that did emily's makeup?
haha...she looked like she was playing dress-up! so cute. did anyone
else notice how *uncomfortable* amy and emily seemed during
"everything's alright" where they are mary is supposed to be seducing
jesus? haha....amy's voice during "poor jerusalem" and "gethsemane"! oh
my.....does anyone know why emily's beautiful a cappella solo with the
candle is not on the cd? it is so damn good! anyway...it gets my
four-star rating. haha...did you see then dancing at the end when
everyone is onstage? there's something you don't see everyday! :)

*cate

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date:         thu, 9 apr 1998 10:26:47 pdt
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didn't see the show when it came around, have the soundtrack, love the
soundtrack, have no idea where to get the video, hadn't even heard of it
before today . . .

i've known the real thing backwards and forwards since i was like twelve
(i'm almost eighteen) and love what they do with some of the songs,
especially herod's song and pilate & christ -- and, of course,
superstar.  (boom chicka)  and amy's voice is, as you all certainly
know, better than the best for jc.  faboo!

if you think having jesus as a women is scandalous, try casting all the
apostles as women, *including* changing the pronouns, turning the
gooduns (j, apostles, etc) into earth mother and children, and turning
the badduns (pharasees, herod, pilate) into civilized monsters.  this we
did accomplish at my school . . . jesus wore a lot of leafy green
material, the apostles were all representative of different native
peoples, herod had a powdered wig and knickers to match, and pilate &
minions wore leather and chains.  we only got one death threat and a lot
of 'turn towards christ' mail.

so . .  where can i pick up this illusive video??

thanks.
jr

'when your pet bird sees you reading the newspaper, does (s)he wonder
why you're just sitting there staring at carpeting?' -- unknown -- at
least to me

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date:         thu, 9 apr 1998 13:36:03 -0000
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do the indigo girls have any singles? if so how many and where can they be
found. my record store has nothing on them, but there regular albums.
please help. i am also interested in boots especially any in columbus, oh
or in germany. missy

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hey everybody,
about jcs, for anyone who has the video don't you love the dancing part
at the end? they all look so cute dancing around on stage, especially amy
and emily and the funk band playing in the background. i think emily's
voice is so beautiful on her solo's and i love amy as jesus! anyway, just
thought i'd share. some people asked about where to get the video. i
ordered it through daemon records. i don't have the address to their
website in front of me, but i think i can dig it up. for anyone who wants
it you can e-mail me at:

cch211@is8.nyu.edu  (address all lowercase)

take care,
chloe

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date:         thu, 9 apr 1998 15:58:34 -0400
reply-to:     joanie <joanie1@ufl.edu>
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hey y'all! there's an emily interview in today's issue of the independent
florida alligator from gainesville. nothing really all that new in it. when
will someone ask them something original? you can read it online at
http://www.alligator.org/edit/issues/98-sprg/current/e01indig.htm. if you
can't access the web and have a hankering to read the article, email me and
i'll send it to you. later!

jendy

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date:         thu, 9 apr 1998 13:19:49 pdt
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okay, sorry to take up bandwidth, but i've gotten quite a few emails in
response to my post about the lilith fair in ohio.  the only stuff i
know is that it is in columbus on july 5.  this is what i've heard from
somebody on the list and the ig fan club tour postcard so it should be
pretty accurate.  i hope you all can make it...since i'll be on the
airplane...not being able to go to an ig concert only 15 minutes from my
house is killing me! :)
peace,
becca

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date:         thu, 9 apr 1998 13:27:56 pdt
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sorry...this is the last time...i promise! i forgot to mention that the
concert will be at the polaris amphitheater.  i thought that might come
in handy!!!! alright, that's it about lilithfair/ohio from me!
becca

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date:         thu, 9 apr 1998 18:48:42 -0400
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hey everybody, one question:

are the girls performing by themselves, or are they touring with the band
right now?

thanks,
emily c.

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date:         thu, 9 apr 1998 19:27:23 -0400
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when i first bought the jcs cd a few years ago i bought it for the a&e
content, and initially was sorely disappointed -- there was just so much
_other_ stuff there! so it sat on my shelf for about a year, then i
pulled it out again, and listened to it for the music, rather than for my
favorite singers. 180-degree turnaround -- it is now one of my all-time
favorites. particular like: the first 2 songs of disk 2, and, for my
all-time fav, the moment when peter says "they would have come for me" --
something about his inflection made me almost start crying the first time
i heard it.

an interesting bit -- i have _never_ seen or heard the original jcs in
any of its incarnations, so this stands alone as a document for me,
rather than something to be compared. i don't even want to hear the
original, for fear it will taint my impressions.

now about the video -- i have to be the voice of dissent here. i bought
it at christmas for a friend, but since it came unwrapped, i watched it
before i gave it away :).  i _hated_ it!!! the amateurish look of the
production, the over-the-top costumes, the posturing and posing, even the
fact that they held mics so it was more like an oratorio than a rock
opera -- it made me think of bad high-school show videos. if anything was
going to taint my image of jcs, it was watching that and literally
cringing -- i love ig for their ability to (usually) delicately state
themselves like no one else i know, and this was the antithesis of that
-- hammy, overdone, and, to quote my wife, "just plain wierd."

please no flames -- i'm not saying this to be mean, or vindictive, it's
just my opinion. as i said, i still love the recording. but the video
takes you into a place you might not want to go.

- paul
paulza@javanet.com

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date:         thu, 9 apr 1998 19:53:50 -0400
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at 06:48 pm 4/9/98 -0400, you wrote:
>are the girls performing by themselves, or are they touring with the band
>right now?
as far as i know...they only have plans for a band for the lilith dates
right now.  i guess that could change though.  jerry marotta is only
scheduled for lilith as of two days ago.
cheri

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date:         thu, 9 apr 1998 17:18:03 pdt
reply-to:     adia difranco <saliers_ray@hotmail.com>
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i find myself listening to "hey kind friend" a lot when i'm missing
everyone back home.

i noticed that a lot of ppl (including my sister and "partner in indigo"
*l*) don't really like hey kind friend. every time i hear it i get tears
in my eyes..i think it's beautiful...

lamia

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date:         thu, 9 apr 1998 20:35:47 -0500
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subject:      (nigc) wanna be a god(dess)?  :)

i'm graduating in two weeks, which means that my email account here at
emu will be deleted sometime thereafter.  since i don't have a
computer, i won't be able to continue the birthday list.  i took it
over last year, and i am hoping there will be an eager listee who would
like to take it over from me.

email me privately and let me know if you are interested in becoming
the fifth birthday god(dess).

anna

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i'll live it sooner than i think, and maybe the way i'll be with my
daughter or son starts with the way i am now." --bethany spicher
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date:         thu, 9 apr 1998 20:52:13 -0400
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hey all!

just wondering if anyone going the carlisle, pa show (april 26th) is also
planning to head up to nyc for the virginia slam! benefit the following day
(monday the 27th)?  i don't really want to head into new york city for the first
time all by my lonesome self, and i'm not yet sure if i'll have company.  so
does anyone need a ride?  anyone wanna buy a ticket and go with me?  free ride!
ooh!!!  it's a general admission concert and i think michelle malone is also
playing that night along with some other women solo artists and bands.  should
be fun.  so if you'll be in carlisle, or i can pick you up on the way, or if
you're just driving up and wouldn't mind me following you so we can get lost
together, please e-mail me.  and actually my point of origin is ann arbor,
michigan, so if anyone wants to ride to pennsylvania with me from anywhere along
my route (mi, oh, pa, ny), the more the merrier!  let me know.  thanks....

oh and one more thing.  below is a list of brenda weiler tour dates (duh).  she
was on a bunch of the boots i distributed (and continue to distribute) of the
new york shows last fall.  great voice.  solo acoustic guitar.  if you're
anywhere near...go!!!  and the 5/16 dates in morris, mn, brenda is performing as
the opening act for list favorite dar williams at the university of morris, and
then following the concert she'll be at karl's coffee.  you'll like her i
promise!!!

marivel
                      brenda weiler tour dates:
4/11 liquid bean-devils lake,mn         5/2 aromas-zumbrota,mn
4/13 1st ave. cabaret-fargo,nd           5/8 mother's fool-madison, wi
4/17 dunn brothers coffee-st. paul,mn   5/16 university of morris-morris,mn
4/18 dunn brothers coffee-mpls,mn       5/16 karl's coffee- morris,mn
4/25 stage right-omaha, ne                   5/17  empire theater-grand forks,nd
4/26 49er-omaha, ne                                                                                                                                             5/22  carleton college-northfield, mn

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date:         thu, 9 apr 1998 21:14:52 -0400
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howdy folks,

i have just found out that a friend of mine from louisiana will be in
memphis at a speech competition or something like that the weekend of the
ig show at univ. of memphis (4/17).  so, i'm trying to see if i can finagle
us going to the show.  has anyone found out whether you indeed have to be
a guest of a student, and if so, how many guests a student can bring?
is it really a free show?  where is it going to be held and what time?
could someone in the know please fill me in on the details?  thanks so
much!!!!!
peace and last minute roadtrips...

joan :-d

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date:         thu, 9 apr 1998 18:17:05 pdt
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hmm.  i ordered my tickets for that dickinson show an awful long time
ago-- sent the money order to floyd at prodeja's several weeks back--
and *still* haven't got the tickets in my hands.  i'm wondering if any
of you have gotten yours yet; i'm feelin' duped about now.  barb &
twink?  marivel?  bethany?  what's the deal, guys?
a possibly hoodwinked jill

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in a message dated 98-04-09 20:26:04 edt, paulza@javanet.com writes:

<< now about the video -- i have to be the voice of dissent here. i bought
it at christmas for a friend, but since it came unwrapped, i watched it
before i gave it away :).  i _hated_ it!!! the amateurish look of the
production, the over-the-top costumes, the posturing and posing, even the
fact that they held mics so it was more like an oratorio than a rock
opera -- it made me think of bad high-school show videos. if anything was
going to taint my image of jcs, it was watching that and literally
cringing -- i love ig for their ability to (usually) delicately state
themselves like no one else i know, and this was the antithesis of that
-- hammy, overdone, and, to quote my wife, "just plain wierd." >>


wow paul you genius!  i completely agree with you.  i've loved jcs since my
youth, but this video is disturbing to me.  i guess it has a certain value to
me just cuz it's the girls, but i don't like the look of it at all.  garish is
the word that comes to mind.  oh well, i still love the music, and it's
definitely something unusual to own.

bon

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date:         fri, 10 apr 1998 11:42:37 +1000
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hey folks,

here is the article that jendy mentioned, from the independent
florida alligator out of gainesville, fl.

cheers,
sherlyn

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the indigo girls interview
by shannon colavecchio

when emily saliers, 34, and amy ray, 33, take to the o'connell center
stage tuesday night, the message from the musical duo known as indigo
girls will be simple: let's enjoy music for what it is - "beautiful,
straightforward words set to a rhythmic beat."

saliers and ray have come a long way from their decatur, ga.
elementary school and high school choir. it has been 18 years since
the two women began singing professionally, but they say they have
not strayed far from the musical and spiritual roots that blossomed
during their college years at emory university.

college was where ideas were open and experiences were fresh, saliers
described in a recent interview from her georgia home.

for that reason, their performance at uf will be like coming home to
their southern roots. in her interview, saliers talked - in the
down-to-earth manner that is the indigo girls - about her roots, her
goals and her music.

you played to a smaller uf crowd at the orange and brew several years
ago. do you remember that show, and what about it?

"i remember being surprised at how big a crowd there was there in
that little courtyard. everybody was just kind of hanging out in the
courtyard, and it was real laid back. that's what we like. we've
played a lot of shows since then, but i still remember that one."

it's been reported in different magazines and newspapers that you
prefer intimate shows rather than large-scale concerts. is that
accurate?

"we play a lot of mixed venues, and in the summertime we'll even play
in sheds or open fields. we mix it up, but we prefer the intimate
shows. our shows are unpretentious and kind of stripped down. we make
an effort to communicate with the audience. and i think the material
in itself kind of intimate."

is there a unique experience in playing for a college audience?

"yeah, there's something about a college audience that's less jaded.
i sometimes forget how long it's been since i graduated from college.
amy and i still have that (ideal of) sort of what music is all about
and not being tarnished by what's negative out in the world. there's
really an open spirit that you don't find in every crowd."

are you excited about coming back to uf?

"oh, i love playing in florida. it's so close to home, and it's in the
south. i like playing the colleges there."

after your 1987 indigo label album, "strange fire," things took off and
you soon after signed onto the epic label. did success happen too fast?

"the first album that came out of epic sold more than we ever imagined,
but it wasn't multi-platinum or anything. and along the way, we've
always maintained our creative freedom and control. i can't complain
about much of anything. i mean, here we still are.

we have longevity. when i think about me and amy and our experience, i
feel thankful that we haven't gotten into any of those trappings. we
don't really want hit singles - we're not after the money or anything
like that."

was it a difficult adjustment going from your independent label to
epic?

"it wasn't that much of an adjustment ... we were just presenting
ourselves as we are - just two guitars and two voices. ... when we went
out on promotional tours and talking to radio stations, it was scary at
first. i remember that being really hard, and we were away from home.
but anybody that takes a job is going to have to make adjustment, so
you've got to remember why you do what you do. as long as you remember
why, you'll be ok."

in summer 1995, you toured with the "honor the earth" and raised more
than $300,00 for native american rights. you also have addressed
homosexuality in your song lyrics. how would you describe yourselves
politically?

"we're pretty liberal across the board: pro-choice, pro-gun control,
voter registration, and we support the zapatista movement in mexico.
we're basic far lefties."

there have been instances where you were criticized, especially in your
southern hometown area, for being gay. how have you dealt with that?

"i know people are still people getting beat up and killed because
they're gay. that kind of stuff just tears at my heart, and we'll keep
working at it."

you have performed with the lillith fair recently organized by sarah
mclachlin and still going strong. what was that like in terms of
empowerment for female singers?

"completely empowering, lots of fun, just a completely non-competitive
atmosphere. i think it was the most successful tour of its kind as far
as large tours go. it gave a lot of women a chance to be heard.
no promoter can ever say again two women can't be put on the same bill.
that's just crazy. but it was all of us- jewel, joan osborne and
everyone just hanging out backstage, hearing everybody sing.
it was just a big party."

you mention in a past article missing home and church. how have you
dealt with the conflict between your sexuality and the conservative
church?

"i see a lot of struggle in the church. i grew up in the methodist
church. one day, churches are going to look back and it's going to be
like, how was it ever that we didn't ordain and accept gay people? my
father is a professor of theology and a minister, and he loves me as
much as if i were straight.

i just think we have to learn, and learn to accept. it's just an
evolution, and it is hurtful at times, but it's a movement. i have
faith that in time, most people will come around."

has your music changed much since you began singing professionally with
amy in 1980 in high school?

"basically, we're still just songwriters. we've tried to add instruments,
which changes the spectrum of your sound. we feel much more free to
experiment musically, so it's grown, but not much.

sometimes i wish i could reinvent myself, but i just haven't been able to
do that myself, for whatever reason. i think we still sound like indigo
girls, no matter what."


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    'cos when i look down, i just miss all the good stuff,
    when i look up, i just trip over things..."   - ani difranco

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first: anyone know who's replacing the fashionable sara lee???  any word at
all???

second:  if i owe you boots, i know.  do not email me under any circumstances,
whether fog, fall, or fire.  i'm getting them all done.

peace, harmony and indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
  -  novitiate of suzanneglassism
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if anyone still has the lilith dates for this year hanging around, could you
please send them to me?  i have a friend that needs them and i couldn't find
an old post containing it.
thanks.
take care
annie

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hi y'all-
i was browsing through the lifeblood site reading random articles (i've
frequented the lyrics archive a lot, but never had time to pay much attention to
the other stuff) and came across a moving, impressive letter to the editor of
_southern voice_ written by amy. it's about the media's interest in her personal
life; apparently she's responding to a statement that the indigo girls were
hiding their sexuality or purposely de-emphasizing it (somebody correct me if i'm
wrong!). quick quote:

"since 1987, i have not struggled with the closet; i have struggled with how to
be a gay activist and also a musician, without becoming known only by my sexual
orientation. for me, everyone i meet, everyone i love, and my whole being expose
themselves through art. how could i ever deny what i am?
.......
i do not draw boundaries in my life, art, or business."

the whole text of the letter is at
http://home.earthlink.net/~underdog/lifeblood/articles/940830.html
for those who haven't seen it.

amy rocks.


tracy
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i've been meaning to post this forever, and in the spirit of end of semester
procrastination, i've finally typed it up.  it was done by a local staff writer
on a small fargo, nd newpaper, so i figure there little chance that most of you
have seen it before.  it's not as earth shattering as the curve interview, but
interesting nonetheless.  and it's a little long, so i'm going to do it in two
parts.  the second will come early saturday morning.  if anyone has huge
rejections to me posting an article of this length let me know and i'll take
individual requests on the second half.  here goes (oh, without permission of
course...don't sue me).

indigo girls: the politics of change and song
by john lamb (high plains reader--december 4, 1997)

the year was 1989 and the masses were ready for a change.  the bush
administration left much to be desired as the decade of big hair hard rock bands
limped to an end.  a new voice was needed.  people searched far and wide for
some kind of guidance.  in two soft georgian voices people heard something they
wouldn't have expected from the 80's.  they heard honest, intellecutal voices
trying to address issues both social and political.  those voices belongf to amy
ray and emily saliers, the indigo girls.  since then they have led the way with
thought provoking and poetic songs about things that really matter.  their folk
based songs have attracted both fans and critics to their music and turned many
on to a course of political activism.  they have been nominated for four
grammy's, winning one, and are likely to be given another nod again this year
with their much heralded new album shaming of the sun.  the indigo girls will
bring their show to town next thursday and i had the opportunity recently to
talk with amy ray about her craft as a songwriter and her carreer as a musician.

high plains reader: you've been together for 17 years, but were really noticed
after closer to fine came out (in '89).  so you weren't exactly an overnight
success, butyour rise was rapid.  was that an easy adjustment?

amy ray: at the time, when "closer to fine" came out, we were touring with rem
and the first year of being on a major label is always kinda crazy, i've
noticed.  so for a very short amount of time it was difficult and overwhelming
and so hard to constantly keep tabs on everything and to make sure you were in
control of your career and that you weren't getting into situations that you
didn't agree with.  so it was a little hard for a small amount of time but i
think we definitely got a grip on it pretty quickly probably because of all the
independent work we had done and what we knew of the industry because we had
been doing it ourselves so long, it was a much easier adjustment than most
people have.

hpr: how important is it for you to be political in your songs?  how important
is it for you to try to say something with each song?

ar: i write what i feel, and i don't feel "i have to get this across."  it's
usually like ""this is what i want to write about because it's inside of me."  i
don't start from, "i need to write a song about uranium mining."  it's important
just to be honest, but it's also important for me righ tnow to not write about
myself all the time.  i get tired of songs that are about my own problems or
unrequited love.  it just it just gets old, you know?  my biggest goal right now
is to write about some things that are going on around me, rather than just
what's inside of me.  for us the politics and the activism are just part of what
we are, and comes out in ways that we don't plan on.  it's our lives; we wake up
felling this way.  it's important and it's going to make itself known.

hpr:  the first song on the new album, shame on you, seems more electric than
past indigo girls songs.  you've never been a classic folk act, but you've been
nominated for three grammy's for modern folk recording.  is that a hindrance,
that label?

ar:  no i don't think it is.  why we're not considered a rock act is sometimes a
mystery to me.  maybe because we were two girls with guitars, that kind of
thing: "oh, they're folk."  but i don't have a problem with it because i think
folk is important and it's more of a sensibility and community position rather
than a musical style anymore.  i think it's kind of like punk; you take the
sensibility of punk and the politics of punk, and the same of folk, and they're
pretty similar.  it's a grass roots thing.  it involves the spirit of community
and rebellion and activism, the people's music.  and that's what we relate to,
so it's a flattering label.  the history of folk is rich, it's woody guthrie.

hpr:  do people seem surprised by that song, shame on you?

ar: because it's so electric?

hpr:  yeah.

ar:  there have been some people who wish we would just be mostly accoustic, and
i'm sure we'll do that again.  we just want to do what we're interested in at
the time.  there were a lot of people who weren't fans before, who cam up to us
and said, "man i'm glad you started doing electric stuff, it's so great," but
you can't please everybody, you just have to follow your heart.

hpr:  on the new album, your songs stray from being sit-down acoustic folk to
more of a hard edge.  is that one of the differences between your songwriting
and emily's?

ar:  i would say that.  but i would also say that while songs like "scooter
boys", "cut it out", or "shed your skin" are more aggressive.  but i couldn't
have done those songs unless emily had the kind of electric guitar playing she
has.  it's very funny to me, but her playing is so aggressive, so in-your-face.
it's a part of her that doesn't come out when she's writing songs.  but when she
picks up an electric guitar, man, you can hear she's been listening to rage
against the machine.

hpr:  but at the same time does it feel good to break away from that and get
back to just you and emily playing?

ar:  we love playing alone.  sometimes it's actually more rockin' alone.  we're
more spontaneous, and sometimes just more intense.  i couldn't do one without
the other.  they balance themselves out and give us creative energy.  they make
everything fresh so that we don't get tired of it.  hopefully our audience likes
it too, so they don't always see us in the same light.

hpr:  i read a while back that the two of you don't necessarily hang out when
you're not performing.  in the article one of you said that if she saw the other
in a bar she would say "hi", but you wouldn't necessarily hang out.

ar:  we basically write separately.  we really don't hang out much together at
home, but we're really good friends, though.   we don't travel in the same
social circles, but i like her friends and i like her.  if we haven't seen each
other for a while we'll try to do something together, because we'll miss each
other.  it's good, and probably why we've been together so long.  we have our
own identities and our own roles and we respect each other. at the same time we
have space for ourselves so that we never feel, "my god, i'm not getting to
express myself."

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date:         fri, 10 apr 1998 00:59:33 -0400
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hello!  i was just wondering if anyone has ever seen ig music adapted for
the violin, or if anyone has ventured to be so creative as to adapt
themselves...  i'm more interested in whole songs adapted than just violin
parts to songs that have them, but really anything would float my boat and
would be a step in the right direction...  feel free to email privately
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hi y'all!

i'd love to be able to get back on the list, but the server is retarded
and won't let me, it keeps telling me i am already on the list.
duh....thats computers for you.  anyhoo....
i just heard that lilith fair is coming to hershey stadium, it was on
the news just now!

no dates yet, just wanted to let you all know.  and, if anyone has any
info on how to get this dumb list server to let me back on, please email
me and let me know!

i miss you all!    peace,  karen

16 more days to dickinson!!!!

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hey folks,

i've had this lying around for awhile and just came across it
again.  this is from a sydney free magazine called ninetofive,
in issue 487, march 2 1998.

-sherlyn

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indigirl power
it is not every day you get to meet your musical idols.  recently, donna
lewis had that very pleasure with the indigo girls who are currently
touring australia.
a folk music duo hailing from atlanta, georgia, in the deep south of the
usa, indigo girls feature amy ray and emily saliers who evoke something
out of the ordinary.

in the tradition of many great folk musicians, the indigo girls have
inherited the intangible gift of the singer/songwriter - expression
through lyric, voice and song.  whilst it is easy to become engaged with
the passion of their lyrics, the true beauty of their music lies in their
exquisite vocal harmonies.  this is also reflected in their live
performances as the indigo girls' curent tour of australia features an
acoustic two hour set.  no fancy costumes, enormous backdrops or video
clips and choreography (like some of the more extravagant acts currently
touring) - just amy and emily with their guitars and trademark harmonies.
the concert includes a mix of songs from all their albums, yet is a
little more weighted to their newer material - a freshness familiar for
this distinctive duo.

having first met at high school, saliers and ray have now been performing
together for almost two decades.  a key to their longevity is that when
not working they remain independent of each other and are able to balance
studio, touring and free time to maintain their own motivation.

after years on the road, live performances are still as a buzz as they
enjoy, more than anything, the exchange they have with an audience (in
fact, they love australian audiences!)  emily beams when she says, "every
night is special."

during my brief chat with the indigo girls recently, i was able to gain a
feel for their "down to earth" and sincere nature.  the atmosphere they
create is extremely relaxed, with no traces of a guarded face to face
interview - instead it was more like a chat with friends.

while discussing the fact that they play many associated benefit gigs,
there is no doubt that a recent trip taken to mexico has had a profound
effect on them both.  human rights issues and the hypocrisies of
governments come to the fore as amy explains.

"there are a lot of us tax dollars being used to fund the us military
which also helps to fund the mexican military budget and this in turn is
used to oppress these indigenous communities.  we (the usa) have not
spoken out as a country against these human rights violations.  we are
definitely complicit and our citizens are complicit too if they don't
speak out."  amy continues: "i mean... if you know about it, you should
say something against it!"

along with an underlying social consciousness off stage, the indigo
girls do appear to be speaking out more through their music.  their
latest cd, shaming of the sun, contains songs which have a much more
political edge than previous releases.  amy leaves us in no doubt with
such intention not only from the title of the opening track, shame on
you, but follows through a poignant lyrical message in its closing
lines: "they (the police) say we're looking for illegal immigrants can
we check your car, i say you know it's funny i think we were on the same
boat back in 1694."

on previous albums, many of emily's lyrics also focus on her own
personal journey, but in some of her new songs like get out the map and
it's alright, we get a glimpse that she has found an inner comfort and
is perhaps ready to embrace a higher calling.

whilst shaming of the sun contains strong familiar material, there is
definitely a darker feel to the music and an overall sense of urgency
emanating from within the album.  perhaps it reflects the beginning of a
new journey for both emily and amy and indeed the indigo girls.

if you only buy one cd this year make it the indigo girls latest release,
shaming of the sun released through sony music.

- donna lewis


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hey guys--
jill chambers told me
>you'll have to pick up your tix at a will call window the night of
>the show.  the window opens at 6 pm and doors open at 7 and the show
>starts at 8, so you should still be able to get decent seats.

but i'm thinking... so we get there the night before and sleep on
concrete, whatever, to be in the front row, right?  but then won't we be
detained at the will call window while all the pa folks who've got their
tickets in hand will jump into the front row and take the seats we
*would've* been in?  just thinking about the logistics of this all.

on another note, carol told me somebody posted something about something
chiapas-related in cleveland  (that was a grammatically pathetic
sentence). could somebody please forward that post to me?  just
re-subbed yesterday.
peace, love, and pulling an all-nighter,
jill


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ditto? thanks
=]
greg

on thu, 9 apr 1998, amcjd96 wrote:

> if anyone still has the lilith dates for this year hanging around, could you
> please send them to me?  i have a friend that needs them and i couldn't find
> an old post containing it.
> thanks.
> take care
> annie
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date:         fri, 10 apr 1998 06:04:28 edt
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subject:      attn: atlanta folks! if you love indigo girls,
              you'll love halcyon!!
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hi y'all!

the female duo "halcyon" will be playing on the patio of the otherside lounge
saturday night at 10pm.

they are like a cross between indigo girls and melissa etheridge...  they have
great harmonies and they take turns playing an ovation guitar!

come out and show your support for them, and maybe we can send them on their
way to fame like all the folks did for the girls back in the old "the point"
days!!

see ya' there!
~~robin

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hey!

has anyone heard about the open auditions for female accoustic acts that are
supposed to be taking place in 30 cities across the country??

please send me any info you have regarding this, as i know of a great band
that is sure to make it!!

thanks!
~~robin

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hey there :)
just wanted to post cause i am soooo psyched about going to see the
girls in carlisle...just bought my tickets yesterday!! and now i can't
wait!!!
anyway, i had a cool thing happen on monday...just got back from being
on vacation (in jamaica) and had to go to work on monday morning so i
was all bummed out...got in the car and usually just turn on howard
stern right away...but instead i left the station that was on play for a
minute and thank god i did, cause least complicated, which is one of my
all-time favorites, came on (its very rare that i ever hear any ig on
the radio)...so it just made the entire transition of having to go into
work after being on vacation so much easier :)

one more thing:
does anyone have a boot for the university of delaware show that was
last fall...i can't remember the date...

peace!
leigh ann
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no other road, no other way...
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at 09:34 pm 4/8/98 , fauna88 wrote:
>so, i'm wondering what
>the history behind 4.5 is... did am and em put this out; or was it made with
>their permission? etc etc.

yes, it is legit.  it's just sort of a sampler that was distributed in the
uk, very pricey to buy in the us.  many tower records still have copies;
you can also buy it at cdnow <http://cdnow.com/from=sr-20927>.

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at 07:40 pm 4/6/98 , ammbuurr wrote:
>
> hello all---
>   i have just recently become a fan of kristen and was wondering if she ever
> does any concerts in the dallas area? i would love to see her in
> concert.....does anyone know if shes touring right now?


kristen's got a great web page at
<<http://home.intranet.org/kristen_hall/>http://home.intranet.org/kristen_h
all/>.  she hasn't been touring since she moved to la to concentrate on
songwriting (for others... no immediate plans to record).  her last
performance
was as a special guest with ig in la on 1/30/98.

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at 12:09 pm 4/6/98 , joannect wrote:
>since many of us post whenever we see the indigo girls mentioned in books or
>magazines, i'm tossing in some tidbits of info from sources that most of the
>people on this list probably don't read. very small tidbits, but it's nice to
>be reading and see the girls' names mentioned!

that reminds me!  look what i found on p. 19 of novell's cna study guide
for intranetware/netware 4.11:

        "now i know a refuge never grows/
        from a chin in a hand in a thoughtful pose/
        got to tend the earth if you want a rose"
        - indigo girls, "hammer and a nail"

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if anyone is interested in seeing a really incredible band in boston, check
out chapter in verse.  they are playing at the paradise in boston on
saturday april 18th at 8pm.  they are a local band and tickets are only $7.
they can be purchased at the paradise box office or through next ticketing.
i promise you won't regret it.  check out their website at
http://www.chapterinverse.com for lyris, photos, gigs, etc.

this is a band that is on their way to being signed and will most likely be
playing some pretty big venues in the future.  if you're an indigo fan,
you're gonna love this band.  if you have any questions feel free to e-mail
me privately.

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date:         fri, 10 apr 1998 11:57:46 edt
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hey y'all...
does anyone know where exactly irving plaza is located and does anyone know
who else besides ig that is playing that night?

thanks in advance :)

jen

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date:         fri, 10 apr 1998 13:12:42 -0400
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i apologize, i'm guilty at deleting faster than ever lately...
so i'm sorry if it was asked..

oookay, so did i hear that the tickets were going on sale on april 1st?
was i dreaming? i'm nervous (yes, i'm more nervous about concerts than i
am about exams or about the dentist) because i want to buy  2-days passes
(and i'll pack a 2-days suitcase..) and there's only a limited number of
those. and i called ticketmaster, and the girl was sweet but she didnt
have any info, and she tried to sell me this subscription to this magazine
or sumpin. and i don't have access to the web, and it's bugging me, and i
dont want those tickets to sell out on me! its the girls and ani !!!
(~breath~..ok i'm calm)
so anyone would like to help me sleep better?
thanks a lot,

july
p.s. ya'll should concentrate on sots, (which has been discussed lately,
no i didnt delete all) because it's so perfect when "the days grow
longer".

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for those of you who live in and around los angeles, i thought this might
be interesting. little frida's is located in the heart of west hollywood on
santa monica blvd.

>announcing!!!
>
>austin music connection, or, zero degrees of separation?
>
>pamela goodchild, kathryn korniloff (x-two nice girls) and cecilia saint (ny
>diva)!!!
>
>little frida's
>saturday
>april 18th
>9:00pm
>$5
>
>katherine will open the set with her original material, etc.
>pamela will be second with her original material, etc.,  katherine joining her
>on bass and vocals, cindy kelleher on guitar and denise fraser on percussion.
>cecilia saint will perform her original material, jonathan and pamela joining
>her for backing vocals and denise fraser on percussion.
>we'll try to put together a big jam for the big finale!!!

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date:         fri, 10 apr 1998 13:28:49 edt
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hey everybody~

every summer "the backyard" in austin, tx has become a gathering ground for ig
fans.  however, it doesn't seem the austin area is going to get to see the
indigo girls this summer for the first time in years : (  i was thinking to
avoid complete indigo girls withdrawl the ig fans in the austin area should
have a get together with music, food, ig stories etc..  if anybody is
interested in this e-mail me privately at:   indigo3000@aol.com

take care,
amy

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date:         fri, 10 apr 1998 11:03:40 -0700
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i know that here in la there os a competition being held by star 98.7 (a
radio station.) you send in your tape, and then the winner gets to open
for the la lilith fair. i don't know the address, though... will post it
if i hear it.

emily

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date:         fri, 10 apr 1998 14:33:02 edt
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i am just curious if any other list members will be attending the ani difranco
concert next tuesday in columbus, oh (i may have an extra ticket as well.) or
the mary lou lord concert the following friday?  interested in trying to have
a mini list meet?

        e-mail me personally and i will coordinate things if we get a big response!

                                                                                        nicole

(must be my lucky week....ani and mary (both free for me) and the girls all in
one week!!       woo hoo!!

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okay, so every day i find at least one more reason that i love living in
atlanta!!!

i'm *so psyched* for music midtown i can't stand it and i'm driving everyone
around me totally nuts-o! so i was driving home last night after er and i heard
on the radio a commercial for mm (no, not michelle malone -- *this time! :)
hee hee)
and underneath the annoying announcer voice they started the commercial with a
little piece of galileo!! turn it up!!! whoo hoo!

so later in the commercial, after they played a few seconds of paula cole
and sister
hazel and tonic and somebody else ... they played some of shame on you!!!
yes yes yes! our girls were the only group that got two ... count 'em, two song
bites in the promo! yeah!

then i was headed into work this morning after my press check and heard
on another radio station a phone interview with vonda shephard. she was talking
mostly about ally, but did mention knowing the girls. the radio dj woman asked
vonda how she met the girls and her answer went something like this:

"i went to see them at one of their shows in july. i went backstage before
the show
and emily, i guess, is a fan of my music, and she came running up to me
and said 'will you *please* sing a song during our show??!!' of course, i said
yes and since then we've done some touring together."

i think she mentioned that she'd be playing with them at music midtown!!!
can't wait!!! :)

later kids!
cathy -- happy happy happy to be off early from work today and finally have
time to do my laundry!! :)  :)  :)

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date:         fri, 10 apr 1998 15:58:43 -0600
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ok we've cracked the 1000 mark, but not too much farther.  are there
really only about 50 kind folks on this list willing to donate?  i'm
giving people thru next wed april 15 to get checks in the mail and
email me to be on the certificate.  a few people are working on
fund-raiser projects and won't get it together by then, so i'll accept
pledges from such people.  the rest of you need to stop waiting!
there was a midnight raid in san cristobal, chiapas, mx, where i stayed
last week, and apparently police & military pulled indigenous men, women &
children from their beds at 3am to search their houses for weapons.
this problem isn't getting any better!  there's almost no justice for
the indigenous, regardless of whether they are pro-zapatista or not.
sorry for the soap box speech, but this is very close to my heart
right now!

info:
http://members.tripod.com/~indigoempire/projamy.html

peace,
elizabeth

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date:         fri, 10 apr 1998 18:29:39 -0400
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subject:      nigc - michelle malone in dc

hey all

is anyone going to see michelle malone at the black cat on monday in
d.c.? if so, are you interested in meeting up? e-mail me back if you are,
cuz i would love to meet some people around here.

peace
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date:         sat, 11 apr 1998 09:46:20 +1000
reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
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hey folks,

someone asked about michelle malone... this was sent to
the mm list just a little while ago...

sherlyn

>>from: rebrad <rebrad@aol.com>
>>date: fri, 10 apr 1998 18:28:36 edt
>>subject: attn: chapel hill/dc/etc...more surgery limits touring.
>>
>>
>>hello michelle fans...
>>
>>just received word that, due to some sudden surgery, michelle won't be
making
>>the next few dates (chapel hill & washington, dc for sure).  as we speak,
>>she's on the mend and word is she'll be fine.
>>
>>thanks for your good thoughts.
>>rebekah.
>>
>>
>>[well, for those of us who will have to miss her again (chapel hill must be
>>jinxed...as her last surprise surgery pretty much coincided with her last
>>scheduled chapel hill date), you may want to show your support by picking
>>another copy of "beneath the devil moon" to give to that friend you were
>going
>>to bring to see michelle for the first time.  you can find 'em for about $10
>>at best buy...which is about what you and your pal would've paid to see
her.]
>>
>>
>
>
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    and i try to laugh at whatever life brings.
    'cos when i look down, i just miss all the good stuff,
    when i look up, i just trip over things..."   - ani difranco

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date:         fri, 10 apr 1998 19:49:26 edt
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anyone know where i can get the chords for bass lines of any ig songs?
val

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date:         fri, 10 apr 1998 19:50:43 edt
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saw a pic in the girlfriends with xena on the cover..there was a grrl who was
g/f of the month whose name is ellis something and was cute as hell

anybody
a) know what her name is
b) know where i can get some of her tunes

thanks!

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i think i sent this to the wrong place the last time i tried.  i just joined
the list. my name's val, i'm wondering if there's any 17 or so womyn out
there.  maybe some in texas.  don't know many ig fans around here and would
like to be able to talk with some people of similar interests.

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date:         sat, 11 apr 1998 08:49:14 -0700
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hello,

        sorry for the wasted bandwidth but i'm noping some techie out there can
aswer my question, namely, can you save downloded stuff like movies and
sound samples (like the ig sys sample) for future viewing, even without the
web??? my computer uses active movie, and i've been right-clicking all over
the place, and can't find a 'save' option.....are these files not meant to
be saved, or do i have to switch to realplayer (i downloaded it, but the
computer still uses activemovie, so how do i change that....)
i remember someone here before giving some help on mail programs....so i
was hoping someone could do the same for me.......

thanks,
ian

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hey gang :)
i was putting together and easter basket for my 13 year old
god daughter...i wanted to put a cd in it, she mentioned that
she liked missy elliot so i picked up a copy...after looking it over,
i'm not so sure if it's appropriate for a 13 year old...
some of the song titles seem a little ...uhhh....raw.
anybody have that cd ?
what do you think ????

:)
claire

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okay here's the rest of that interview.  it was taken from a december issue of
the fargo publication high plains reader.  the interview was done by staffer
john lamb and of course it is very humbly typed up here without permission...

hpr:  bob dylan has been criticized by some people for trying to do his old
songs.  some say he's lost the tonal range or the vocal ability.  do you think a
song grows with the performer?

ar:  yeah.  if you do a song exactly the way you did it 10 years ago, you're not
being honest with your audience.  your voice changes, you change, and to say
that someone shouldn't do one of their songs is just ridiculous.  that's one of
teh things i like about dylan, kyou never know what song he's singing until he's
two verses into it, because he's doing it so differently. i think emily's
perspective is a bit different.  she feels there are some parts of songs that
are really important to reproduce and not to mess with them too much.  i can
give her that, certain things like a guitar lead, or a harmony line, for me i
could do it different every time just because it's fun to experiment.  she's
like "look, there are some things a listener likes to hear in a particular song,
so we should do it."  and i agree with that, but i also like to let songs
breathe.

hpr:  as your fan base broadens, when you're writing new songs, do you ever
consciously or unconsciously tailor a song to a particular group?

ar:  we both try not to censor ourselves because we're thinking of our audience,
or about radio or whatever.  when you do that you start second-guessing
everything, and it's like you don't trust your audience to be open or yourself
to take a stand.  anytime i fall into that insecurity i just stop writing and
readdressit later, because i don't want that to affect what i'm doing really.
but we're human.

hpr:  have you ever worried about sounding preachy in your songwriting?

ar:  i definitely have a serious thread of self-righteousness and i try not to
be that way because i think it's very judgemental, and doesn't get you anywhere.
my goal is to be less arrogant and more understanding.

hpr:  have you and emily ever collaborated on a song?

ar:  on honor, a record we put out to benefit our indigenous environmental
campaign, there was a song that i started but couldn't finish, so i gave it to
emily and she was able to finish it.  part of the thing that keeps us together
is our separateness.  we have a hard time epressing thought together.  this year
though i've had so many songs that i couldn't finish, i've thought seriously
about giving them all to emily when i've just felt too frustrated.  she's
talented at taking a lyrical idea and expanding upon it, even if it isn't her
own.

hpr:  is that because you're more spontaneous?

ar:  as soon as i'm feeling things, i write them down.  i'm spontaneous that
way, but it takes me a long time to write a song, to figure out what it is i've
done.  for emily, she ponders things inside for a long time, letting her
emotions and ideas grow, and then she'll sit down one day and she'll just write.
it'll be a product of months of letting things brew.

hpr:  you were on the lilith fair tour for a few dates this last summer.  how
important was that for you?

ar:  it was so much fun, we couldn't have turned it down.  how many times do you
get to have that many people around you that are that talented?  the feminist
aspect, that's all really important to us, it's been part of our world for so
long.  we've always put toured with other women and tried to get women on our
crew.  to us it was a validation of that idea.  we felt very lucky to
participate.  it's a good thing, and we're going to do it again next year.  it
will be in the summer and the bill will be much more diverse.  we're going to do
the west coast.

hpr:  on that tour you were the veteran act...

ar:  yeah, we were the old ladies.  actually emmylou harris is older, and if you
think about it sheryl crow has been around for a long time too.

hpr:  did you see any of the other performers, especially those who have been in
the business for a while, try to interact with some of the younger performers,
like jewel or fiona apple, and try to tell them to look out for certain things
along the way?

ar:  i think when we first got there people weren't relating to each other as
much.  by the end of the tour i saw people giving ech other advice and talking
about their experiences and asking questions.  we would ask jewel things and she
would ask us things.  emmylou, we would ask her things because she is
experienced and older.  so at the end i did see a lot more exchange on that
level and a lot more exchange on a musical level.

hpr:  the first words most people heard from the indigo girls were emily's
opening lyrics to "closer to fine"--"i'm trying to tell you something about my
life."  do you think a lot of your songs are fairly autobiographical?

ar:  everything i write about is something that is really happening.  i'm trying
to relate to experiences outside of me.  but, for emily, the thing that is so
great about her is that she's not writing because she's selfish and she wants
you to know about her.  she's doing it because she wants you to relate.  she's
able to find this thread that runds through a lot of people, and she's able to
tap into it in two or three lines.  that's why people sing along with it,
because they're feeling it.

hpr:  on the new album songs like "it's alright" she opens up with a little
again.  but the song "burn all the letters" seems to be more about trying to
retain a sense of privacy and the resentment of intrusion.  is it hard to
balance the desire to tell people about yourself and still keep some things
private?

ar:  i think for her it's hard to balance.  i say everything, i don't worry
about it.  for her that is what that song is about.  it started out from a
personal perspective about the invasion of privacy.  i the process of writing
that song she started thinking about all the activists that we know whose lives
are infiltrated by the f.b.i. and their phones are tapped.  they can never have
a life of their own, because someone is always watching over them.  then she
started thinking about the lack of privacy that those people have and how it
relates to her own, and the world of voyerism and the world of paparazzi and all
that invasion, compared to the black panthers or wounded knee.

hpr:  there is an interesting duality that comes across in that song.  emily
sings the chorus and you follow withthis other chorus almost call-and-response
like.  she sings "burn all the letters" and you follow that singing "someone is
always watching."  it reflects the fact that you two are different but work
together so well as a unit.

ar:  when she wrote that song i kept saying, "you have to write more.  i know
what this song is about, but there is so much more that other people aren't
going to know.  you need to write more lyrics and i'll sing something separate
from you."  that's what happened and that's the whole point, for it to be that
duality that she was talking about.  that is the lucky thing about being a duo:
being able to work that way.

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this is my last post about this, i swear!! *g*

when it comes right down to it..i think amy and emily are great no
matter what they're doing..i like the slow songs and i like the fast
songs..there are some songs i like more than others, but really i can't
think of a song that i truly dislike! surely not one where i'd say, "i'd
rather listen to ____ (fill in the blank chumbawamba, sugar ray, hanson
:p )than this!" their sound has matured and changed, but i don't think
they will ever lose that true "indigo girls" sound, and they really
couldn't because they are the indigo girls! :)  and ultimately i think
their music shows that they do it the way they like, not necesarily the
way we like...

lamia

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emily wrote:
>
>hey everybody, one question:
>
>are the girls performing by themselves, or are they touring with the band
>right now?

**i'm not sure about right now, aka, today, aka this milisecond, but i do
know on april 24th they are playing at dartmouth as a "special duo
performance"

this old geezer is thrilled about it, because i haven't seen them sans band
in a loooong time, and i love them alone. i'm beside myself. so so hi to
both of me.

haw!

sus

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hey there..
since apparently the documentary was never finished, i would like to give you
all a little history on the jcs video and how it came to being.
first of all.. it was never meant to be a two hour live show video.. rather it
was something that daemon wanted to document that they had done.. for a long
time after it was shot, it hadn't been decided what was going to be done with
it.. initially though it was going to be a documentary with interviews and
pieces of the show..
i've seen the words "underground and amatuerish" used a couple of times here,
and while that really stings for me to hear.. i understand why it looks that
way.. basically the plan was to have thre static cameras on the set with
several high 8 cameras running around. in theory it was a good plan.. but that
meant 2 hours of footage from each of those cameras and not all of it was
useable.
i think the main thing that everyone needs to understand is that this video
has absolutely no budget except for the tape that it was recorded on. and that
it was made so that the people that weren't able to attend the show could get
a little taste of it.. the other thing is that it is not an indigo girl
project.. yes, daemon put it together,m yes amy and emily were both in the
show.. but it was a community project, that they happened to be a part of
because they are a part of this music community.
so, i just want all of the people who are complaining about the content or how
emily looked or whatever, to understand that this was not "titanic" and it was
never meant to be. and it almost wasn't anything at all if not for the
persistance of michael lorant and me, trying to get the video made. we both
worked hundreds of hours going through tapes and putting the final product
together so that the fans would have something.. no one made any money, no one
got paid.. it was a labor of love and while it wasn't the caliber i had hoped
for, we did what we could with what we had.. and i for one am very proud of
this project.
many people have been asking what happened to the documentary that was
featured at the end of the video.. all i can say is that i truly don't know..
there were other people working on that ( i had enough to do with the long
form video!) and i haven't heard anything about it since. i would suggest
asking daemon though if you really need an answer.. cause i just don't have
one..

so, i understand that everyone has an opinion.. i just wanted to clarify some
things as i know them to be..  and thanks to everyone who has written me about
it.. it is nice to know that your work is appreciated.


later on.

elizabeth deschesne
editor

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date:         sat, 11 apr 1998 14:39:23 edt
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hey y'all -
remember, the hour-long special on lilith fair (including our girls) is on
vh-1 tonight!  actually, it was on at 1 pm (here, at least) and i missed it,
but it'll be on tonight (here, at least, again) at 8 pm.  yay!

happy amy's birthday, and hope the amy bunny brings you lots of nice treats...

~flora

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this is a little breathless for me, but here is a note forwarded to me by one
of my family members.  it's useful to have a personna sometimes :)

jude :)

netguide now
http://www.netguide.com
for the week of april 13, 1998
a cmp service

now on netguide

legendary folk duo the indigo girls are coming to nyc on april
27, and the women'sguide's psyched. stop by our "indigo crazy"
(get it? get it?) spectacular; you'll find a comprehensive guide
to dozens of indigo girls resources -- and a chance to win two
backstage passes to the show.
(http://www.netguide.com/special/women/indigo/home.html)

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hypothetically, if you were attending a benefit concert featuring the indigo
girls that was selling tee-shirts for the organization with the girls names on
it and the other acts, would you spend $15 on the shirt? please respond to
either myslef or chloe @  cch211@is8.nyu.edu
we really need the lists imput on this.
thanks,
   dawn-michelle & chloe

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how would go about getting a copy of this video?

pat

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hey folks,

here's another round of michelle rarities. write
hamilton@bayflash.stpt.usf.edu to reserve any of these.

bird on fire - the unreleased full 12 track michelle album - this white
disc promotional advance copy is personally signed by michelle and
features blue suede, medicated magdalene, green and butter biscuit amongst
others - $30

grace - very cool cd single - personally signed by michelle - $15

new experience - the original 8 song 1987 cassette - a real rarity -
sealed and brand new! - $35

relentless - the classic hard to get album - cd $30 vinyl $25

bulding fires over atlanta - live rocking moaning - promo only $25

autographed 8 x 10 photos..these are official record company promo photos,
michelle tells me some of them may have never been seen before..makes a
cool framed piece or a great gift for a fan who hasn't got to meet
michelle yet, or just wants another nice signature. $15 or 2 for $25


ultra rare - from hear down we are getting into one of a kind type
items..the stuff that great michelle collections are made of..

set of two alternate album covers for beneath the devil moon (the album
cover that didn't become the album cover) - numbered #1 and #2, these are
right off production table, art department, michelle malone incorporated -
$35 (includes bonus postcard)

bird on fire cd booklet artwork - 3 pages of printers proofs for what
would have been the booklet for the bird on fire cd - contains photos,
lyrics!, thank yous and everything else you'd love to read about the cd
that never was - $80

posters posters posters

for you not them promotional posters - personally signed by michelle, this
blue and white posters measures around 16" x 26" - $35

swinging christmas at the attic - 10 x 16 white album cover poster,
autographed by michelle $25

relentless - the coolest michelle poster. this is not the album cover,
this is a cool blue flavored photo of the band hanging out in outside -
personally signed by michelle and measuring around 22 x 22 - rare $50

new experience - cool shot of michelle in a hat strumming her guitar all
while leaning on a mailbox..smoooooth - rrrrrrare - signed - $45

write to reserve any these and write fast cuz many of them won't stick
around for long. i can take credit cards, check or money order.
mail me at hamilton@bayflash.stpt.usf.edu or call 813 906 0257.

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re:  little frida' show 4/18...

>katherine will open the set with her original material, etc.
>pamela will be second with her original material, etc.,  katherine
joining her
>on bass and vocals, cindy kelleher on guitar and denise fraser on
percussion.
>cecilia saint will perform her original material, jonathan and pamela
joining
>her for backing vocals and denise fraser on percussion.
>we'll try to put together a big jam for the big finale!!!

ok, this is pretty weird.  you ever wonder what happened to people you
went to school with?

i went to jr. high & was in band/orchestra.  the main drummer's name was
denise fraser.  now, that was around 1976-77.  could the above denise
fraser be the same?

melissa

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subject:      re: va slam benefit.....where exactly is irving plaza
x-cc:         babyindigo@aol.com

i guess i'm qualified to answer this one.  i used to live about 2 blocks
from irving plaza in gramercy park....

irving plaza is on irving.  basically, if lexington ave didn't end at
gramercy park, it would become irving.  irving is the continuation of lex
ave...just on the south end of the park.  easiest way to get there is by
subway.  take the green line (numbers 4,5,6) and get off at 14th street
(that's the union square exit).  walk east on 14th to irving.  then north
about 1 or 2 blocks (it's on the west side of the street).  from the
union square subway stop, it should take you about 5-10 minutes to get to
irving plaza.

there are lots of incredible restaurants on irving and in the
neighborhood.  for a list of great restaurants or if you have any
specific questions about types of cuisine, just drop me a line.

>date:    fri, 10 apr 1998 11:57:46 edt
>from:    babyindigo <babyindigo@aol.com>
>subject: va slam benefit
>
>hey y'all...
>does anyone know where exactly irving plaza is located and does anyone
>know
>who else besides ig that is playing that night?
>
>thanks in advance :)
>
>jen

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here's some pointless talk i just thought i'd share with some fellow indigo
lovers:
amy's my absolute favorite but i'm a cancer like emily and i hate airplanes, i
think i must have died in an airplane in a past life time, and when i heard
galileo and airplane for the first time i really couldn't believe it.  it's
what i've been thinking for years.  ghost so perferectly describes the
relation ship im in right now.  always wishing that person were there yet
being in love with their spirit.  any way that's why we all love the indigo's
because i relate to their music right?
val

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hi there! i had to advertise here because i'm so excited! tee hee, i'm not
very computer smart but i've worked very hard and made myself a webpage!
please go see it! there's a link to indigo girl's links which is where the igc
content comes in but lots of other stuff i love too. so ya.  the address is:
http://members.aol.com/wuzbarry/burning.html
thanks for your time! ciao!

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hey everyone,

this comes from billboard online (http://www.billboard.com).

-sherlyn

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indigo girls slam tobacco giant's music label

indigo girls have joined a protest concert
against tobacco company philip morris
and its womanthing music label. the
benefit, called virginia slam! 2, will
target the imprint's use of music to sell a
deadly product; it will be held april 27 at
irving plaza in new york. cds released
by womanthing music, which was
formed last year to underwrite debut discs
by female performers, are only available with the purchase of
two packages of virginia slim cigarettes.

virginia slam! was founded by singer/songwriter leslie
nuchow, who was offered a record deal by womanthing
music. enraged by what she views as the company's
manipulation of music to promote cigarette smoking, she
rejected the offer and started the protest organization.


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    when i look up, i just trip over things..."   - ani difranco

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the info on the website is last year's info. tickets don't go on sale until
may. i know, i thought it was confusing too!
             -kristin

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does anyone remember vh-1 airing a special with the girls hanging out around
dolphins? i vaguely remember seeing this quite a long time ago. if anyone has
a copy of this i would love to trade or send a sase with a tape. thanks!
                                 -kristin

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hey all!
     i was going to attempt to boot the dartmouth show and i was wondering
what kind of  tape recorder i should use. should i get one of the ones with
the micro-cassettes or not? what kind of tapes should i use and where should i
put the recorder? if anyone could help me it would be greatly appreciated.
thanks!
                           -kristin

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i was thinking about this today, as i listened to the arts center ('88)
boot i've got. emily had said something about flying to sc i think it
was, and amy said what airline? em said: eastern. amy laughed and said,
"don't tell her.." more laughter. emily says, "what's gonna happen to
me? my planes' going down isn't it?" or something along those lines. it
just made me wonder if amy didn't contribute a bit to emily's fears! *w*
i did think it was humorous and interresting though. of course, this
entire post really has no point, but oh well, i felt like sharing!

lamia

"i can feel her closing in and i hope she understands
that society and me, now we aren't necessarily hand in hand
she's broken all her bonds, got no superficial cause
she gave up all her chances to live inside the law
so squeaky, peace on earth
will you tell me what it's worth
from the inside out i'd let you inyou might understand..."
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happy birthday to amy!!

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hey y'all...
   someone posted on here recently that they heard a clip from the tom morello
remix on the sony site, but i searched and couldn't find it...does anyone know
where it is?
thanks!
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happy birthday o goddess amy!!!!!

(and happy easter to those of you that celebrate it.)

peace, harmony and indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
  -  novitiate of suzanneglassism
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hey folks,

this article came from the february 18, 1998 issue of rave
magazine, a street paper from brisbane (australia).  i have
to say, it's possibly one of the worst articles i've ever
read... ha.

:)
sherlyn

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blood and fire starters

my first introduction to atlanta's indigo girls (aka amy ray and emily
saliers) involved nursing first love's broken heart, comforted by the
'good intentions' of a friend spinning the intensely painful lyrics (i
am intense/i am in pain...) of blood and fire, from their grammy award
winning self-titled debut album.  in learned hindsight, not the best
approach to caress shattered aorta fragments!  but speaking to amy down
the line from las vegas, we both realise how (fortunately) evolutionary
our collective journey has been since 1987!

many a fine tune, closer to fine even (from the said debut), has
emerged during their decade-spanning career, from their 1990 follow-up
album, nomads, indians, saints, to 1992's rites of passage containing
the popularised single, galileo, through swamp ophelia in 1994 to their
latest effort, again nominated for a contemporary folk grammy, shaming
of the sun.  far too familiar with the universal need for categorising,
amy is accepting of the girls' history of awards allocated via gender,
genre, sexuality, whatever!

of the nomination, amy ironically laughs, "ooo, we won't win, but...
well i think the grammy categories are weird.  i mean, we are a folk
act, because our sensibilities are folk, but this album is the furthest
from folk we've ever been."

despite isolated or specified recognition, amy is happy with the level
of success and explains their longevity has been pleasurable rather
than painfully enduring.

"it's not been hard at all.  we love what we're doin'.  we feel so
lucky all the time.  we really don't feel a sense of regret or
bitterness or like, we're suffering through some sort of a rockstar
thing!" she laughs, before continuing to itemise their contentment, "we
love travelling, we love playing, we love creating music, and we feel
like our career's been at a level that's been very comfortable for a
long time.  we haven't had to worry about big stardom, but we also
haven't had to worry about whether we're going to be able to eat our
next meal."

"the only area where we've lacked recognition has probably been the
mainstream rock media, and mtv and that whole sort of network.  and
that's just been something that we've had to accept over the years -
that they're resistant to us - and we have to keep doing what we do and
not worry about whether we're recognised by them or not... it can drive
you in an underdog kind of way, but it's not like a sign of success,
necessarily, to be recognised by *them*."

evidently enjoying the nature of their gig, the 'girls have always
managed to marry music with message, politics with passion, issues with
inspiration, ethics with enthusiasm.  oh the privilege of simultaneously
informing and entertaining, so journalism 101 promises - this somehow
seems exemplified more so in the musician's role.

"i do find it to be a privilege.  i find our position definitely to be a
luxury because we are political activists - we always have been -
because it's given us a platform, and that's a really easy way to
express our concerns about the world and to be involved.  in a way, we
have an easier road than a lot of the activists that we work with,
especially all the hands-on work and all the really hard work.  what
we're doing is learning and growing and experiencing all these great
communities that we work with, all these great activists and
environmentalists, and playing music at the same time, so we really have
the best of both worlds."

admittedly the music biz does provide a forum to voice what 'you'
believe in, publicly and loudly, but it's somewhat incidental to amy -
they just happen to be voicing their concerns via melodies and chords.

"we're doing what we would be doing normally.  i mean, even if we
weren't playing music, we would be involved in all the issues that we
are involved in."

delivered with as much conviction as her intensely passionate vocals,
amy talks about their current involvements - with a mexican movement,
the zapatistas.

"the zapatistas are a group of mayan indians that, ever since the
early nineties, have been trying to gain automony over their own land
and represented in the next government and theyve been suppressed,
killed and tortured and raped by the federal government of mexico.  and
it's one of the groups that we work with to try to have them increase
their strength, and increase their awareness in the united states.
because the us taxpayer is partially funding the mexican military who
is, in turn, oppressing these people."

"it's frustrating because we know they're down there and we've seen the
way these people live and their communities are so strong and gracious
and disciplined and their value system is excellent, and you just feel
like, 'why aren't they allowed to exist the way they need to exist and
represented in the government in the way they should be represented?!'"

another perpetual commitment is the campaign amy and emily conceived to
support both environmental issues and native american land rights issues
as they directly affected one another.

"the honor the earth campaign started in 1991.  we'd been doing
environmental work for a long time before that and i had met up with
some north american indian activists and decided that it would be wise
to merge *our* efforts to the environmental community, with *their*
efforts in the indian community.  i felt that a lot of very important
policy and environmental regulation, and positions about corporate
responsibility to communities, had to do with resources that were on
indian land, or had to do with ballot being raised around indian
issues... so i felt that was probably the best realm for us to work in.
and emily agreed, so we hooked up with these activists.  we did a few
shows to raise some money, started a campaign and then every couple of
years, we went on a month-long tour, and donated all the money from it
to the campaign, which in turn, gives it out in grants, to indigenous
activists doing environmental work."

the last profit-free tour raised us$300,000; through commendable, amy's
genuine concern is focussed as much in raising funding as awareness.

"the tour is not just a money-maker, it's also a tour to address really
specific issues that are going on at that time, to raise public
awareness and media attention to them," she says, before going on to
discuss specific issues about nuclear and toxic waste dumping.

of course, the indigo girls are widely known for their beautiful music,
so to the issue at hand, the australian tour.

"we don't always have issue-oriented tours.  we do one big tour and the
rest of the year we let people set up tables in the lobby of our shows
and give out resource information so people can learn.  in australia, we
are actually looking to have some groups tabling aboriginal issues.  at
this point we're looking for where our best resources are and trying to
decide who it should be, working with some activists here that know
activists over there.  i heard that the political situation in australia
seems to be more conservative and that the aboriginal land issues were
becoming more threatened," she concludes, which suggests a certain
ipswich politician's reputation has crossed the pacific.

remarkably, shaming of the sun sees the girls in the producing console,
dare i say, twiddling knobs for the first time.

"we have had the opportunity (before) and we have always worked with the
producer in sort of a co-production spot, but with this record we took
more of a producer role... so we called it co-producing.  we're
definitely more in charge.  we had time to do it, we looked for some
producers and really couldn't find who we wanted to work with, so
decided it must mean that we should just do it ourselves!"

feeling "good about this record in ways i've never felt about anything
we've done in the past," is this a result of the hands-on role?

"i think so, although i have to say that every time you make a record
you usually feel like it's better than what you did before," amy laughs
proudly, "so it might just be that.  i have to say that (when) we made
rites of passage with peter collins, that we the first time we'd worked
with him... and we still use so much of what peter taught us.  but this
record's my favourite instrumental wise and personally, my whole
songwriting."

of the recording process, emily has said, "we felt completely free to do
exactly what we wanted; we learned and wrote on a lot of different
instruments and weren't afraid to try something different."

because of such diversity and experimentation, the album certainly pushes
the boundaries, and musically, tries on a new frock.

"emily is very good at playing a lot of different instruments and i kinda
hack around with them... but our whole thing, instead of bringing in a
bunch of players, we wanted to just try stuff ourselves and see what we
got.  it was definitely a point of like, trying to stretch, beause i
think we've been together for so long.  i mean," she continues,
chuckling, "we're constantly being bored with what we're doing and trying
to do something different.  i think we're just not taking a lead from
anybody except ourselves."

part of this album's transition reflects their political and geographical
travels - creating a distinct latin feel and the inclusion of ulali, a
vocal trio the girls' insisted record with them.

"yes, we were influenced by a lot of latin, we did a lot in latin
america, a lot of working with activists... and i think it seeped into
our music.  and ulali, is a few different indigenous groups from the
states.  three women, they sing vocals, and they drum sometimes, but they
are totally amazing.  we heard them - actually they helped us out with
some of the honor the earth stuff - and we were just like, 'you gotta
come sing on the record'."

communication of passion-penned ballads between musician and audiences
is something the indigo girls personify admirably and genuine heartfelt
gratitude seems to be a consequence - one which amy respects and
understands.

"if somebody's saying something that feels really pure, straight from
their heart and they're not just being kind of, blindly being like a fan,
but really expressing human affection with you, it makes me feel good
'cos i understand that.  there's people in my life who have done
something that's helped me get through something, so i look at it as a
mutual pool with everybody helping each other out and it's good to tell
people when they're doing that for you, 'cos it helps them carry on, when
they don't feel so strong."

at this point i share my blood(y) and fire(y) experience.

"yeah that song, i wrote that song so long ago and now i hear it and i'm
like, oh wow!" she reminisces laughing in disbelief, then deadpans, "i
think, oh my god i was really suffering!"

oh yea, my recollection completely.

jeanette bergman
indigo girls play at the queensland performing arts complex next tuesday
(feb 24).


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    and i try to laugh at whatever life brings.
    'cos when i look down, i just miss all the good stuff,
    when i look up, i just trip over things..."   - ani difranco

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hey...
i just ate a cadburry creme egg and my head is spinning.
oh lord.

must lie down.

just thought i'd share.

:)

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hey everyone ....

well - i saw ani last night in new haven - awesome awesome awesome ... she did
some new stuff (i think 3 brand new songs) ... stuff from lpc and some oldies
... the crowd rocked .. two encores - and on the second one - who should
appear on stage ?? but our very own sara lee !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! she came out to
play when doves cry - and ani looked shocked !!!!

i didn't get into the opening act - chris and kate ??? - they were wasyyyy to
stevie wonder for me and my brother-in-law - albeit everyone else seemed to
dig it .....

i must say ani has great energy .... she's suck a comdeian ... she was going
to do a woodie guthrie song - and she went into a spoken word thingy - and
jumped into "coming up" and then realized that wasn't the song she was
planning on playing - and she said - "oh my god - i fucked up" ... and said
she wasn't tuned for this ... and did we wanna her a wg song or and ani song
... well - she played the woodie song and decided to tell a story about how
she's putting out a live cd of the benefit that was done earlier this year on
righteous babe ...

anyways .... it was a great show - especially from my 6th row seats :)

happy easter ... happy birthday amy !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

chris

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poor, poor mme. dido left her sickbed to write:

>i just ate a cadburry creme egg and my head is spinning.
>oh lord.
>
>must lie down.

i feel your pain, dove.  but please brush and floss.  them creme eggs
will be the death of you as well as the end o' your teeth.
a little prayer for you and other similarly gastrically-assaulted folks:
oh <random deity here>, please be with our many fine listees as they
over-indulge and dance the edge of sanity (forget the twinkies, i'd like
to make a plea for a 'cadbury defense') this happpy (i think that was
one too many p's, yes?)happy passover/easter/amyrayday 1998.  be with
us, <insert your favorite deity here>, now and at our time of need, i.e.
when we step on the scale tomorrow morning.  amen.

:p
jill
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counter...must go now...)


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mmedido just wrote:

>i just ate a cadburry creme egg and my head is spinning.
>oh lord.
>
>must lie down.
>
>just thought i'd share.

you are not alone!  read on......
                  atlanta (cnn) --
                  inspired by a sugar rush
                  after consuming several of
                  the ubiquitous easter
                  confections known as
                  peeps, emory university
                  scientists james zimring
                  and gary falcon decided
                  to try to find out just what
                  it was they were eating.

                  using everything this side
                  of a nuclear device, these
                  intrepid scientists
                  conducted experiments to
                  discover just what would
                  dissolve a peep. as cnn's
                  ann kellan reports, what
                  they found was that these
                  are some of the sturdiest
                  birds not found in creation.
                  neither smoking, a dip in liqiud nitrogen, nor boiling
                  water seem to harm the sturdy birds.

for more info: http://cnn.com/us/9804/10/fringe/peep.science/


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>(and happy easter to those of you that celebrate it.)

happy passover too! :)

"you will be more likely to fly if you take yourself lightly."

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date:         sun, 12 apr 1998 18:47:12 edt
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whats nigc?
and duh i know all caps means shouting but i wasn't shouting i just happened
to write my bass line question in all caps, but im so terribly sorry if it
offended anyone out there.
amy rocks!!!!!!!
(that was a shout)

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date:         sun, 12 apr 1998 16:10:36 -0700
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hey friends!

        for those with a positive score in games 3, please send me your
wager and i will forward you the question (i.e. answer ;).  the final
jeopardy category is:

        native americans

i       tony doolittle - houston, texas, usa            g
n                                                       i
d       not content to bow and bend to the whims        r
i       of culture that swoop like vultures eating      l
g       us away to our extinction -  emily saliers      s
o

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date:         sun, 12 apr 1998 16:22:27 -0700
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subject:      chiapas benefit - austin, tx 5/8/98
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hello fortunate ones~

        tickets ($19.50, 31.50, & 39.50) will go on sale *april 25th* at
10:00am central standard time through star tickets in austin.  star tickets
toll free numbers are 1-888-597-7469 and 1-800-966-7469.  their local # in
austin is (512) 469-7469.
        the benefit performance is at the unique backyard venue near austin,
tx.  the confirmed lineup thus far is indigo girls, shawn colvin, and steve
earle.  other acts are expected to be scheduled for the friday, may 8th,
zapatista benefit.  the show will probably start at 7-8pm.
        hope to see you there!

tony :)

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date:         sun, 12 apr 1998 19:28:26 -0400
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let me just tell you that at the colby show last year i was one of the
first twenty people at the door and waited in line forever, only to have
tons of folks cut in line, and then the colby folks and friends and
everyone one and their cousins got in ahead of me and i sat in the
fourteenth row, all grumpy...
   life is just not fair...and general admission when you have to sit
sucks.
      sharoane

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date:         sun, 12 apr 1998 09:28:01 -0500
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"i was born under the sign of cancer
like brushing cloth i smoothed the wrinkles
for an answer..."

can anyone who knows a bit about astrology explain to me what emily's being
a cancer has to do with "love will come to you"?

i have a hard time believing she just needed a rhyming word...are cancers
supposed to be natural consoling types, or do they always look for answers,
or what?  i know it means something...i myself am a cancer, but i don't
know a thing about astrology.

anyone?

love,
justin

================================
he was a good little monkey,
but very curious.

sometimes it got him into trouble.
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date:         sun, 12 apr 1998 20:02:46 -0400
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i hate to be a pain here...but some of us really cannot afford to donate.
i don't mean that i am unwilling...i mean, i'd gladly give up going to the
movies or buying a cd etc. to help these folks out, but i can't do any of
those things because i'm beyond broke.  if it weren't for the kindness of
my parents and gf, this poverty-stricken college student would be a
starving poverty stricken student.  it hurts me deeply that i can't give
money to these people, but i too need to live.
    what i've been doing instead is donating time and effort to bring this
situation and others to the attention of people who are more in a position
to help out.  why don't you include something like a list of efforts by us
poor folks in the gift instead of just counting cash donations? what we do
on the sidelines is just as important...
      peace,
             sharoane
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>
> ok we've cracked the 1000 mark, but not too much farther.  are there
> really only about 50 kind folks on this list willing to donate?

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haven't we all seen this type of thing happen a million times!!!

> >question: how many internet mailing list or newsgroup subscribers does
it
> take
> >to change a light bulb?
> >
> >answer: 1,331:
> >
> >1 to change the light bulb and to post to the maillist 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 are 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 concatenate 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 controversey.
> >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...
> >
> >
> >
> >
>
>
>
>
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hey,

i remember that special too, and i think i have it on a compilation tape, but
i can't make copies right now.  if i get the time, i'll try to take a look so
i can at least tell you exactly what the show was.

peace,

pam

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okay. this will be my first concert. i already ordered my tickets. i know
it's general admission, but i don't know how soon i should be there before
the doors open. i'll freak if i can get close to the front. it would
literally be a dream come true. has anyone ever been to a concert in
irving plaza before, and know how soon i should be there. also can anyone
else who's been to general admission ig shows tell me how long they waited
in line. oh yeah, the doors open at seven.
thanks :)
rb

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i think she has some great points...
i understand from those of you who feel that the original spirit of jcss
was lost in this version, but for those of you who complained about the
quality of the video...talk about ungrateful! when i got the cd and heard
it, i thought about how great it would have been if they did the actual
musical, since i thought that the soundtrack recording was the extent of
it...and then i heard about the video and the performances...now, this
production didn't even come near maine, where i live, and i learned about
it long after the fact anyway, so i was more than thrilled to find out that
there was a video tape, and i was just fine with the quality of the tape,
and would just like to say a great big thanks to all involved in making it
for us fans.
    i'll get off my soapbox now (a popular place to be these days)
     peace,
             sharoane

> hey there..
> since apparently the documentary was never finished, i would like to give
you
> all a little history on the jcs video and how it came to being.
> first of all.. it was never meant to be a two hour live show video..
rather it
> was something that daemon wanted to document that they had done..
> i've seen the words "underground and amatuerish" used a couple of times
here,
> and while that really stings for me to hear..
> so, i just want all of the people who are complaining about the content
or how
> emily looked or whatever, to understand that this was not "titanic" and
it was
> never meant to be. and it almost wasn't anything at all if not for the
> persistance of michael lorant and me, trying to get the video made. we
both
> worked hundreds of hours going through tapes and putting the final
product
> together so that the fans would have something.. no one made any money,
no one
> got paid.. it was a labor of love and while it wasn't the caliber i had
hoped
> for, we did what we could with what we had.. and i for one am very proud
of
> this project.

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date:         sun, 12 apr 1998 17:43:48 -0700
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could someone please email me the list of dates for ig and lilith? my
motherboard and hard drive shorted out last week and i lost all of my
saved messages (not to mention most of my files.) thanks so much...

emily

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i don't post much, but i really just want to comment that it has taken me 20
years to find a band that has made me feel like a teenager again.  back in
'76, '77, when i was a teenager, i was into the beatles and was so sad that i
wasn't able to attend any concerts because they already had broken up.

in 1989 or '90, i bought the "indigo girls" album because of this great review
in spin magazine (i've looked for this review on lifeblood but can't find it!
i'd love to see it again) but i guess i wasn't ready yet...then last summer i
started listening to the self-titled album and i got hooked!  oh and i guess
it doesn't hurt that i'm a lesbian and all of my lesbian friends love the
girls :)

i'm so excited about seeing them in various concerts that are coming up and
yes, they are great looking, too :)  but the reason why i love them is that
their lyrics mirror so much of my life.  i definitely am one of the fortunate
ones...

wmntime

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date:         sun, 12 apr 1998 21:10:47 -0400
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here's the latest ig tour info for those who can't access:

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

peace and health to all... and happy spring!
:o)
mel

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[as of april 12, 1998]
ig regular tour dates - spring/summer 98

4/13  * loganville high school, loganville, ga*
4/14  gainesville, fl - univ. of fla
4/15  chattanooga, tn - memorial auditorium
4/17  memphis, tn - univ. of memphis
4/18  starkville, ms - ms state
4/19  fayetteville, ar - univ of ar
4/21  lexington, ky - univ. of ky
4/23  dallas, tx - voters for choice benefit
4/24  hanover, nh - dartmouth
4/25  new haven, ct - yale
4/26  carlisle, pa - dickinson college
4/27  new york, ny - virginia slam benefit / irving plaza
4/29  chapel hill, nc - unc
4/30  greenville, sc - timmons arena
5/01  atlanta, ga - music midtown fest
5/03  nashville, tn - river stages
5/04  * franklin high school, franklin, tn*
5/05  * germantown high school, germantown, tn*
5/06  * farragut high school, knoxville, tn*
5/07  * irmo high school, columbia, sc*
5/08  austin, tx - chiapas benefit / the backyard
6/06  elmer, nj - appel farm arts and music
6/14  new york, ny - fleadh festival
8/09  newport, ri - newport folk festival
8/11  bethlehem, pa - bethlehem musikfest
8/12  walhalla, mi - mwmf


lilith fair dates - [official dates announcement on april 16]

6/19  portland, or - meadows
6/20  george, wa - the gorge
6/21  george, wa - the gorge
6/23  san francisco, ca - shoreline amphitheater
6/24  san francisco, ca - shoreline amphitheater
6/26  san diego, ca - del mar fairgrounds
6/27  los angeles, ca - rose bowl
6/28  phoenix, az - desert sky
6/29  albuquerque or santa fe, nm
7/01  tulsa or oklahoma city, ok - mohawk or all sports
7/02  bonner springs, ks - sandstone amphitheater
7/03  indianapolis, in - deer creek
7/05  columbus, oh - polaris amphitheater
7/06  detroit, mi - pine knob
7/07  detroit, mi - pine knob
7/08  tba
7/10  tba (possibly boston)
7/11  tba (possibly philadelphia)
7/13  holmdel, nj - pnc bank arts center
7/15  new york, ny - jones beach
7/16  new york, ny - jones beach
7/17  camden, nj - entertainment center
7/18  camden, nj - entertainment center
7/19  columbia, md - merriweather post
7/21  virginia beach - va beach amphitheater

* = high school date

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date:         sun, 12 apr 1998 21:49:57 -0400
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nicde that nice that he finally came outgeorge michael says he's gay
los angeles (reuters) - pop star george michael says he is not ashamed to
admit he is gay but is upset with himself for the actions that led to his
arrest this week on lewd-conduct charges. "i want people to know i haven't
been exposed as a gay man. i don't feel any shame. i feel stupid and
reckless and weak for having allowed my sexuality to be exposed this way,"
michael told cnn friday in his first public comments since his arrest in a
public bathroom in los angeles tuesday. without discussing the specifics
of his arrest or the act he allegedly engaged in, michael said it was not
the first time he had been "reckless" in a similar way. he is scheduled
for arraignment in beverly hills municipal court on may 5.

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date:         sun, 12 apr 1998 22:25:30 edt
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you forgot one thing:  40 people to post and re-post the same mailing-list-
light-bulb joke to the same list 73 times in one year.

in a message dated 98-04-12 20:04:01 edt, isis1@megalink.net writes:

<< haven't we all seen this type of thing happen a million times!!!

> >question: how many internet mailing list or newsgroup subscribers does
it take to change a light bulb? >>

peace, harmony and indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
  -  novitiate of suzanneglassism
    -  president, grlchasr26 fan club
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date:         sun, 12 apr 1998 23:37:33 -0400
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well, i feel pretty lucky to have seen michelle play last wednesday
night (4/8) here in nashville, after hearing she has had surgery again.  i
thought she looked and sounded great wed. nite.  she ducked out of there
(bluebird cafe) kind of fast, so i didn't get to talk to her. :-(  during
her set, she said she would be selling cds and stuff up near the door after-
wards (she opened for chris whitley), but i never saw her up there.  some-
one else must have been selling them for her.  maybe she felt ill or something
and that is why she never came back out front.  does anyone know anything
more about her latest surgery?

peace,

joan :-d

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date:         sun, 12 apr 1998 21:58:04 -0600
reply-to:     "amy m." <indigrrl@selway.umt.edu>
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from:         "amy m." <indigrrl@selway.umt.edu>
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seems timely that the jcs discussion started right before easter came upon
us. well, after reviewing it for the first time in a while today (also
seemed fitting, seeing as how it's easter and amy's birthday and amy just
happens to play jesus), i thought i'd throw my $0.02 in...

for what it's worth, i love it. i gotta agree with sharoane. i too didn't
know that there was an actual production of this out there somewhere,
until it was too late and i was all too happy to settle for this video
version. as for the production, maybe some of y'all were expecting
something different, but i knew it was a tape of a live performance so i
guess i didn't really expect it to be perfect. plus, what with the garish
costumes (amy in a toolbelt, emily's outlandish make-up), it just seemed
to fit that the lights were too bright in some places or that the colors
are weird. and for those of you who think that this particular production
ruins the spirit of the original, i guess i don't really have an opinion
on that, since i really didn't like the original all that well.

but damn, just look at amy with that haircut and looking all buff as the
"carpenter king". that was enough to sell me. :0)

just my 2 pennies,
amy m.

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

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date:         sun, 12 apr 1998 23:23:18 -0700
reply-to:     wendell lee <wlee@indy1.calarts.edu>
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from:         wendell lee <wlee@indy1.calarts.edu>
subject:      re: love will come to you and me...
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> "i was born under the sign of cancer
> like brushing cloth i smoothed the wrinkles
> for an answer..."


also,. in the lines above, does anyone know what smothing wrinkles in
cloth has to do with finding answers?  i don't think i get the connection.

wendell

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date:         sun, 12 apr 1998 21:21:18 -1000
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hey y'all,

here are the branches for the mesa & west palm video boots.  e-mail the
person associated with your birth month for further info.

january-february:    chris  cbergquist@voyager.net
march-april:               susan scorpio7@sagami.or.jp
may-june:                   linnette lpoinext@nmsu.edu
july-august:                sasha indigofrk@aol.com
sept-october:            karen  kt14017@cedarnet.org

and i'll be taking all boot requests for november-december as well as any
overflow from the other branches:  karen  kla@aloha.net

if you have any questions your branch cannot answer about these boots please
e-mail me.


peace,
karen

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date:         mon, 13 apr 1998 05:35:20 -0500
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   does anyone know about the ig's playing at the franklin high school
in franklin tennesse on may 4????  i saw this information on a schedule
that mel so graciosly posted and i am in a frenzy to find out as i live
in franklin and have heard nothing of this.   any information would be
greatly appreciated!!      lynn

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date:         mon, 13 apr 1998 07:17:42 -0400
reply-to:     karen frey <karenfrey@redrose.net>
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hi y'all!

thanks mega-full to sheryln who helped me get back on the list!  even
though there are times when i cannot keep up with all the mail reading,
i missed you guys and gals!

only three more days till official lilith dates (they are coming to
hershey..yeah) and only 13 more days till ig at dickinson!  double yeah!

about getting tickets to the school events that the girls are playing
at, you gotta call the school.  students get first shot at them, but so
far as dickinson, they never went on sale through any public vendor ie
ticketmaster.

now, for the question thats been on my mind for a while...does anyone
know anything about a new ig release???   isn't it time for a new one??

hugs,  karen

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01:12 am et 04/11/98

singer george michael says he is gay, ''stupid''


           los angeles (reuters) - pop star george michael said friday
he was not ashamed to admit he is gay but reproached himself for
the actions that led to his arrest this week on lewd-conduct
charges.
           ''i want people to know i haven't been exposed as a gay man.
i don't feel any shame. i feel stupid and reckless and weak for
having allowed my sexuality to be exposed this way,'' michael
told cnn in his first public comments since his arrest in a
public toilet in los angeles on tuesday.
           the 34-year-old singer, who has long drawn a discreet veil
over his private life, broke his silence because he said he
wanted to let his fans know he is ''ok.''
           michael's arrest made international headlines after beverly
hills police announced wednesday he had been apprehended by
undercover officers after complaints from neighbors that lewd
acts were being performed in public toilets.
            without discussing the specifics of his arrest or the act he
allegedly engaged in, michael said it was not the first time he
had been ''reckless'' in a similar way.
            ''i put myself in an extremely stupid position, i won't deny
that. i won't even say it was the first time it ever happened. i
can only apologize,'' he said.
            michael, whose real name is georgios kyriacos panayiotou,
said he had intentionally kept his sexuality ambiguous, in part
for professional reasons, because a ''borderline'' performer can
communicate with both men and women.
            ''my sexuality was not cut and dry,'' he said, adding that
he did not have a gay relationship until he was 27.
             he said by the time he stopped having relationships with
women 10 years ago, he was so ''indignant'' about previous press
coverage he kept his sexuality to himself.
             ''i have no problem with people knowing i'm in a
relationship with a man. i've not been in a relationship with a
woman for nearly 10 years,'' he said.
            he said the songs he wrote in the first half of his career
were about women, ''but the songs i've written since have been
fairly obviously about men.''
            formerly half of the pop duo wham!, michael has been a solo
artist since 1987 and has won two grammys.
            he is scheduled for arraignment in beverly hills municipal
court on may 5.
         ^reuters@

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date:         mon, 13 apr 1998 09:25:48 -0400
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hello all!  been off the list for several months, but glad to be back on.
saw this on aol, if anyone's keeping up on the chiapas situation:

mexico city (ap) - mexico put three americans on flights to los angeles and
ordered nine other foreigners deported for allegedly interfering in
internal affairs by helping form a parallel local government that supported
southern mexico rebels. the mass expulsion was the largest yet in the
government's crackdown on foreigners accused of stirring up trouble in
chiapas, home to the leftist zapatista national liberation army.

widdi

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reply-to:     elizabeth <elizabeth.nitz@evolving.com>
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hi, the total money raised for chiapas for amy's birthday
is up to $1367 with 54 people showing.  if there are any more
of you who want to donate, please let me know between now
and wed.  here's the web site with all the info:
http://members.tripod.com/~indigoempire/projamy.html

if you don't have web access, let me know and i'll get
you the info directly.

rah, something chiapas-related finally made it into the
american newspapers!  keep in mind that could easily
have been me and my group last week -- their definition
of "interfering" is merely hanging out in the
wrong places, and we definitely were in the same area.
lots of scared people in chiapas feel that the foreigners who
visit are the only things standing in the way of mass
indigenous genocide right now, so please don't fall for
the mexican gov't stories of how we're just causing
trouble!

> mexico city (ap) - mexico put three americans on flights to los angeles and
> ordered nine other foreigners deported for allegedly interfering in
> internal affairs by helping form a parallel local government that supported
>southern mexico rebels.

for anyone who wants more on chiapas, visit my web site:
http://members.tripod.com/~wwactivism/chiapas.html

elizapatista from denver

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date:         mon, 13 apr 1998 10:28:28 -0400
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is it just my news server, or is the ig newsgroup no longer working?
lori


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date:         mon, 13 apr 1998 09:47:33 -0500
reply-to:     deb reiser <dreiser@wi.net>
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hi kiddies :)

although the dates for lilith fair won't be officially announced until an
april 16th (thursday) press conference in la, i was able to get
confirmation of the dates ig will play.

the final list is pretty darn close to what has been previously posted. the
only real changes affect the east coast (there is a god ;) as there appears
to be no boston, philadelphia or camden, nj dates as previously hoped for.
the tba dates for oklahoma and nm don't appear to be happening either. the
other change is that the indianapolis date is on the 4th of july, not the
3rd as previously posted.

i suppose more dates could still happen (because there are a couple of gaps
in the schedule), but so far these are the _confirmed_ dates for ig (sorry,
i don't have any other confirmed lilith dates nor do i know when tickets go
on sale)

deb

6/19/98 / portland meadows / portland, oregon
6/20/98 / the gorge / george, washington
6/21/98 / the gorge / george, washington
6/23/98 / shoreline amphitheatre / mountain view, california
6/24/98 / shoreline amphitheatre / mountain view, california
6/26/98 / del mar fairgrounds / del mar, california
6/27/98 / rose bowl / pasadena, california
6/28/98 / blockbuster desert sky pavilion / phoenix, arizona
7/2/98 / sandstone amphitheatre / bonner springs, kansas
7/4/98 / deer creek music center / noblesville, indiana
7/5/98 / polaris amphitheater / columbus, ohio
7/6/98 / pine knob music theatre / clarkston, michigan
7/7/98 / pine knob music theatre / clarkston, michigan
7/13/98 / pnc bank arts center / holmdel, new jersey
7/15/98 / jones beach theatre / wantagh, new york
7/16/98 / jones beach theatre / wantagh, new york
7/19/98 / merriweather post pavilion / columbia, maryland
7/21/98 / gte virginia beach amphitheatre / virginia beach, virginia

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re: ig's southern high school tour dates (5 announced to date)

these dates are supposedly just for the students who attend those high
schools. my understanding is that ig wanted a way to perform for their
really young fans in a way and venue where a&e could really connect with
them -- without all of us old farts around (old farts = those aged 18 ->
100, of which i'm somewhere in the middle tier) -- pushing our way to
the front by elbowing and shouldering our way past the reticent and the
new fans; singing every song at the top of our lungs to prove that we
know all the words to every song (plus the standard socs); and just
generally being fanatical ig-loving fans.

the high school shows are supposed to be special closed shows for a
special group -- however... we all know that some of us will try to
weasel our way in... so, if you look young enough, and you know someone
who goes to one of the high schools who is dumb enough to risk getting
in trouble to sneak you in somehow...

**and** if you *really* don't give a *damn* about amy's & emily's
*specific* wishes that *only* high school students attend those special
shows...

that's how to get in to see the high school shows.

imnot-soho. (all flamage will be met in kind!)

ps: btw, the above doesn't necessarily apply to real members of the
press with a legitimate reason for attending special shows...
(hi lisa a! <grin>)
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i just thought of this:
  ya know, its weird because i didnt think mm was as popular as she is because
when i went to atlanta for the olympics, me and my family went to that
underground shopping mall thing and she was there on this little stage and
there was no one around listening to her or anything.....hmmm....anyways, just
thought id share.....
amber

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date:         mon, 13 apr 1998 12:22:07 pdt
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will someone please post an update about michelle malone's recent
surgery/recuperation?  i am only hearing bits and pieces and am
concerned...
thanks,
jill

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...i shoulda put this in my last message, but forgot.  sorry digest
folks.
i got an email from coco love alcorn (she opened for ani for a few
shows)'s fan group which said she was going to be playing at a rock for
choice benefit on sat., apr. 18 at a stadium (didn't say which one...how
nice of them!)in oxford, ohio.  i'm guessing this is at miami u.  so,
indigohioans, what's the buzz, tell me what's happening, cause i just
surfed the net for a thoroughly unproductive hour trying to find any
leads/confirmation of this benefit show and couldn't find *anything*.
any miami students out there?  anyone who knows any?  how frustrating.
please post any pertinent info you can garner...
jill again

is this weather not gorgeous???  you all ought to be in this lovely
buckeye state.  please baigls, do not argue with me on this, you know
i'm right. :p  <massachusetts, heh.>  ;) and i bet heather my luv is
gonna forward this to y'all.  oh boy....  i'm runnin' for cover before
my computer explodes in flames...

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date:         mon, 13 apr 1998 12:49:39 -0700
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here is some valuable information i found that i wanted to pass on for others-

how to care for cds
- always handle the cd by the center hole and the outer edge
- inspect for dust before playing
- to clean, use a lint-free cloth and gently wipe from the
  center to the outer edge, never in a circular motion
- always return the cd to the original case for storage
- if you set the cd down outside of the case, place the shiny
  (unprinted) side face-up


amazing facts about cds
- jointly developed by sony in japan and philips in the netherlands in 1980, they
were first introduced to the consumer market in 1982
- the cd was originally designed to contain up to 74 minutes playing time on one
side - long enough for the entire playing of beethoven's
   fifth symphony, plus applause
- when vied from the top, rotation is clockwise at speeds from 200 to 500 rpm
- cds are "read" from the center to the outer edge - the first track at about 500
rpm and the last track at about 200 rpm
- this spiral track of digital data can contain over 650 meg.of information and extends
about 3 miles in length
- there are 20,000 tracks per inch on a typical cd, or about 40-60 tracks in the
width of a human hair
- 32.7% of the data on a cd are audio signals - the rest are instructions to the
cd player in the form of sub-codes, synchronization,
   modulation, parity, merging, etc.
- there is also enough room on a typical  cd to store up to 700 digitally encoded
still photos, liner notes, sheet music, interviews with the artist, etc.
- future developments may include a two-sided disc to double existing playing time


here is a cool web-site i found with information on how to fix scratched cds with
no products to buy.
check it out!
http://people.goplay.com/cddoc/


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date:         mon, 13 apr 1998 13:23:49 -0700
reply-to:     kathleen mulhern <kmulhern@scenicsoft.com>
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hey kids, welcome me!  i'm brand new to this here mailing list.  ya'll
seem like a bunch of swell folks, so i have a question for seattle-area
people.

does anyone know where i can pick up a martin guitar and how much the
very cheapest one would cost?  i'm just learning to play, so i'm not
going to drop a whole bunch of cash right away.  i've been to the martin
web site and as far as i can tell, they don't have a price list there.

thanks for any help!

-kate

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date:         mon, 13 apr 1998 16:46:18 -0400
reply-to:     nighthawk <dcw2428@osfmail.isc.rit.edu>
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subject:      re: amy's guitars
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> does anyone know where i can pick up a martin guitar and how much the
> very cheapest one would cost?  i'm just learning to play, so i'm not
> going to drop a whole bunch of cash right away.  i've been to the martin
> web site and as far as i can tell, they don't have a price list there.

   the cheapest martin would be the martin dm, which can be found usually
between $700-$750.  it's a pretty good guitar.  the girls play a variety
of martins, including the d-18 and d-28, which both will set you back
around $1500.  i believe they both own some even nicer ones.
   if you're looking to play amplified, i think the girls use some sort of
custom amplification, because the martin acoustic pickups are downright
horrible sounding---in that case, i would recommend looking at takamines.
(springsteen uses them exclusively for his new folkier stuff, which amy
loves, btw...)  they don't have quite the snob appeal martin has, and thus
you can get a similar sounding guitar for a lot less.
   above all, don't take my word or anybody else's.  go into a store, play
around until you find something that feels right, sounds right, and is
within your price range.

   darius

"does it sing like the hymns of a thousand years
or is it just pop emotion..."
    ---indigo girls, "mystery"

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date:         mon, 13 apr 1998 17:51:39 +0000
reply-to:     rob hite <hiterj@miamiu.acs.muohio.edu>
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subject:      nigc) re: rock for choice in oxford, oh???  what the--?
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hey don't knock miami u!!!

yes, rock for choice is at the stadium (which is a bar) here in oxford on
saturday.  i was under the impression thatit was mostly local artists but
evidently not.  i won't be going so someone else can send a review if you'd
like it.

see you!
rob

at 12:34 pm 4/13/98 pdt, jill certo wrote:
>...i shoulda put this in my last message, but forgot.  sorry digest
>folks.
>i got an email from coco love alcorn (she opened for ani for a few
>shows)'s fan group which said she was going to be playing at a rock for
>choice benefit on sat., apr. 18 at a stadium (didn't say which one...how
>nice of them!)in oxford, ohio.  i'm guessing this is at miami u.  so,
>indigohioans, what's the buzz, tell me what's happening, cause i just
>surfed the net for a thoroughly unproductive hour trying to find any
>leads/confirmation of this benefit show and couldn't find *anything*.
>any miami students out there?  anyone who knows any?  how frustrating.
>please post any pertinent info you can garner...
>jill again

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in a message dated 98-04-13 11:39:31 edt, ammbuurr@aol.com  writes:

<<  me and my family went to that
underground shopping mall thing and she was there on this little stage and
there was no one around listening to her or anything.... >>

wow...that must have been a tough gig.  that must have been really hard for
her...

i haven't heard michelle yet, but i hope to one day real soon, at an indigo
girls concert, probably :)

wmntime

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:(''''
that is me crying.  the indianapolis date of lilith is not allowed to be on july 4th.
no.  it's not true.  i refuse to believe it.  i, stephanie, who have not seen the girls
since november 15 (shut up.  i'm spoiled, okay?) will now not get to see the girls until
at least next january.   i need to continually watch my lf tape to remember what amy's
adorable smile looks like during "and the beautiful ladies walk right by...i never know
what to say".  see, i am leaving for london on july 4, studying in oxford until july
24th, traveling around until august 29th, then in paris until december sometime.  which
brings up (sorry dar-listers) does anyone have any advice for a 19 year old girl
traveling europe completely and utterly alone?  i'll be going to switzerland, france,
england, ireland, spain, and italy, and also want to know about the folk music of these
countries...so if anyone has info or advice, it would be greatly appreciated.
and in the happy news...i finally have someone to sing and play indigo stuff with me.  my
new friend toy, who is an amazing singer, guitar player, and songwriter, and i played
together for the first time on saturday, and to finally have a second voice and guitar on
"secure yourself"...i was in heaven.  um, i think that's all i have to say.  no,
indigohio, i still can't go to the dickinson show, i have to sing in a damn concert that
night.  why do the indigo girls concert gods hate me so?
                                        stephanie

stephanie lynne merhar
university of virginia
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hello!  we are running an indigo girls contest online and
hope you'll link to it this week and next week.  and tell
all of your friends about it!  also, feel free to enter
the contest.  i've included a description of the contest
below with a link to promoart of all different shapes
and sizes for you to copy.

promoart is at:

http://www.netguide.com/promoart/indigo.html


please be sure to link to:

http://www.netguide.com/special/women/indigo/contest.html

if you have any questions, please email aliza@cgim.com
for further details.

thanks for your support!

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about the contest:

name the indigo girls' mystery song, and you'll
be entered to win a grand prize of two tickets and
backstage passes to their april 27, 1998 concert
in new york city,
plus a complete set of indigo girl cds. two
runners up will each receive two tickets to the
same concert and a copy of the indigo girls'
newest cd. clues to the mystery song can be
found at a handful of participating indigo girls fan
pages readers can find beginning on the contest
page.

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> <<  me and my family went to that
>  underground shopping mall thing and she was there on this little stage and
>  there was no one around listening to her or anything.... >>
>
> wow...that must have been a tough gig.  that must have been really hard for
> her...

   i'm really surprised...michelle is so damn in-your-face, whether she's
crooning a soft ballad or screaming at the top of her lungs, you really
can't not pay attention to her.

> i haven't heard michelle yet, but i hope to one day real soon, at an indigo
> girls concert, probably :)

   i'm about to commit a travesty here---i think michelle has even more
presence onstage than even the indigos.  go out of your way to see
her---it's well worth the time, and the $5 you'll pay, considering the
size gigs she pulls.

   darius

"does it sing like the hymns of a thousand years
or is it just pop emotion..."
    ---indigo girls, "mystery"

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all of you who are planning to attend music midtown in atlanta in a couple of
weeks - how does this thing work?  would it behoove me to show up really early
or does it matter?  will we be informed in advance on what stage they will be
playing and what time?  any info on how to get as close to the stage as
possible will be greatly appreciated.
thanks in advance!

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someone posted about this a few days ago, but here's some more
info...netguide & cybergrrl are having a contest where you can win tickets
& backstage passes to virginia slam.  they have 5 webpages featured (one of
which is mine), & they all have clues about an ig song.  (not all the
webpages have the clues up yet though.)  you have to figure out what song
it is & fill out a form, & then they're picking the winners randomly.

the main info is at:
http://www.netguide.com/special/women/indigo/home.html

the entry form is at:
http://www.netguide.com/special/women/indigo/contest.html

the featured webpages are at:
http://www.netguide.com/special/women/indigo/fanpages.html

if you have any questions, e-mail me!

andi

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                     and also then i'd know what having
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hey!!
speaking of guitars, im fixing to get one and was ondering what kinds of
acoustics the girls play especially amy (my love).
val

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every time i hear natalie imbruglia or someone like that on the radio i
always think of michelle. she's such a great singer/songwritter i love
what she does. it seems sad that the music industry has to be so
obsessed with little girls they can pass off on us, instead of ppl who
have a real talent *sigh* at least find someone that can play an
instrument you know? i don't think of ppl like that as musicians.
michelle, the girls, those ppl are musicians. everyone on the radio now
seems like they're just out to make the "almighty buck"
too depressing.

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in a message dated 98-04-13 21:01:39 edt,saliers_ray@hotmail.com wrote:

<< every time i hear natalie imbruglia or someone like that on the radio i
always think of michelle. >>

i give up.  who is natalie imbruglia?

wmntime--at 35, semi-clueless when it comes to current top 40, but i'll admit
i do think gwen stefani is cute :)

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> speaking of guitars, im fixing to get one and was ondering what kinds of
> acoustics the girls play especially amy (my love).

   since there's been all this commotion about the ig's guitars, i thought
i'd type out a bit i saw in acoustic guitar magazine...  without
permission, of course, but i doubt they'll mind too much:

   indigo girls - emily saliers and amy ray play a battery of martin
guitars.  ray's main ones are an 0-18, a black j-40m, a d-35, and a j-40
12-string.  "i've never found anything that sounded better," says ray.
"i've played everything.  i'll hear bruce springsteen play a takamine, and
i'll go, 'oh my god, i want to sound like that,' and then i'll play it and
it doesn't sound as good.  i play so hard.  martins are great 'cause
they're bluegrass instruments and you can bang on them."  (darius's note:
amy "bangs" a lot harder than most.  she has to have her bridge saddles
custom done so her strings don't buzz all over the place.  most of us
don't have the stamina to do that...)  like most bluegrass players, she
uses medium gauge strings---a martin set.  ray also has several guitars
made by kent everett, including a 12-string and two six-strings, one of
which she uses on stage as a high-strung guitar for the song "mystery."
"his guitars sound the best of the guitars that i've heard high-strung,"
she says.  "i love the sound of a high-strung guitar, but it's the kind of
thing you don't want to overuse."
   saliers' main acoustics are a brazilian rosewood d-35, a rare koa d-45,
and a j-40, all strung with d'addario lights.  she also plays an
alvarez-yairi classical and a wood-bodied dobro (which she used on "this
train revised" from swamp ophelia).  for electrics, she plays a mid-60's
stratocaster and an "old, cheesy" national through either a vox ac-30
reissue or a peavey 50 classic with two 12-inch speakers.
   both ray and saliers use shubb capos and dunlop tortex picks.  saliers
sometimes uses a thumbpick along with her bare fingers.  "i've never quite
gotten used to fingerpicks," she says.  "they make your fingers feel
disconnected from what's going on."  using bare fingers also allows her to
switch easily from fingerpicking to strumming, as she often does in
mid-song.
   ray and saliers use l.r. baggs pickups and tc electronics preamps for
the amplification of all their acoustics except for saliers' dobro, which
has a highlander pickup.  "we're picky, picky," says ray.  "i mean, i can
hear a string imbalance in the middle of a crowded bar.  it's important to
me.  the guitar has to be an extension of you in order to perform with it,
so it's got to sound great.  it can sound great in a crappy bar or a big
room.  it's not [about having] the most expensive equipment; it's just
that your guitar has to feel like you."  they use no other effects on
their acoustics, except for when saliers switches to an amp sound for an
occasional slide break.
   clearly ray and saliers are tone fanatics, although they don't consider
themselves true guitarheads.  "we're not equipment goobers," ray says,
"but there's nothing wrong with equipment goobers.  some of my best
friends are."

   ok, just to clarify to everybody here the futility (unless you're rich)
of acquiring ig gear (trust me, i'd love to do it), here's a sampling of
prices:

   o-18: $2,130   d-35: $2,430   j-40: $3,250   d-45: $7,480
   60's stratocaster: between $3-$6,000.

   man, i'd kill to be their guitar tech...

   darius

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    ---indigo girls, "mystery"

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hello,

at long last, i think i'm ready to announce the tree.   here are the details:

date:  2/21/98
show:  melbourne theatre, melbourne, australia
tape length:  100 minutes

as usual, email the person who is in charge of your birth month.   any
questions?  email me!

here are the branches:

january - tigger <ndygotiggr@aol.com>
february - melissa <msinghaus@msmisp.com>
march - alison <alisont@netcom.com>
april - lisa <memememi@aol.com>
may - susan <scorpio7@sagami.or.jp>
june - lisa <nordeelm@caa.mrs.umn.edu>
july - caroline <hac@mail2.quiknet.com>
august - sasha <indigofrk@aol.com>
september - bon <bonster@u.washington.edu>
october - jeanette <reposa@scf-fs.usc.edu>
november - karen <kt14017@cedarnet.org>
december - chris <cbergquist@voyager.net>

canadian branch - sandy <dp823@freenet.carleton.ca>
australian branch - sherlyn <sherlyn@fl.net.au>

thanks!

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okay, i'm an idiot - for some reason i thought the vh1 lilith fair special on
saturday was a rerun.  apparently it was *not*!  does anyone know when it
might be aired again?  i've checked out the vh1 web site, etc., but see
nothing about it.

i would be very grateful for any info anyone can share!
thank you!
lisa

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date:         mon, 13 apr 1998 22:52:04 -0400
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lisa wrote:

> for some reason i thought the vh1 lilith fair special on saturday
> was a rerun.  apparently it was *not*!  does anyone know when it
> might be aired again?

vh1's "lilith fair: a celebration" will be on again this thur night at
midnight edt. (technically fri 4/17, 12:00 am for vcrs)

kudos to: http://www.rockontv.com

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> does anyone know when it might be aired again?

since i'm in the same boat i thought i'd share my findings with those in the
same situation.  my tv listings say that the show "lilith: a celebration" will
be aired on vh-1 this thursday at midnight and again friday at 6pm.

now a question for those who did catch it saturday...i remember hearing that it
would be the same as the cbc broadcast a few months back.  is this true?  am i
making things up?

marivel

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hey folks-- for all ohio listees who were planning on going to the 4/15
michelle malone show at peabody's, i would assume this means there is
*no* show happening....  please send michelle your best wishes.  if this
has already been posted, oops.  didn't know.

i've been told that michelle:
>was feeling sickly in nashville...got home to atlanta where she was
>immediately taken to the doctor.  unfortunately, it turned out that
miche=
>lle
>again required some surgery (her small intestine was once again getting
>blocked)... fortunately, this bit of ill health and surgery shouldn't
be =
>as
>bad as last october's.  =
>
>
>so...while she's expected to be okay, michelle will be out of
commission =
>for
>at least the rest of this month.  the hospital should release her in
abou=
>t 3
>days...then she'll recuperate at home.  she's hoping to make the 5/2
eddi=
>e's
>attic show (with her mom opening)...that's the goal for now.
>
>well wishes and what not are appreciated at:
>
>michelle malone
>c/o po box 3092
>decatur, ga 30031 =

jill

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date:         mon, 13 apr 1998 23:28:25 -0400
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> does anyone know where i can pick up a martin guitar and how much the
> very cheapest one would cost?  i'm just learning to play, so i'm not
> going to drop a whole bunch of cash right away.  i've been to the martin
> web site and as far as i can tell, they don't have a price list there.

hehe...there's a good reason for that.  i've never seen a new martin for
under $1000
if you are just learning, try for something a little cheaper and work up.
i have a washburn that is
delightful and only cost around $300 for a very nice guitar.
   peace,
          sharoane

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date:         mon, 13 apr 1998 23:41:38 -0400
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okay okay
so i posted a joke that some of you have seen many times and i had not
been aware of it. like i said to the two people who felt they needed to
point this out to me as list god(desses) i just skip the posts that i don't
want to read and therefore must have read the topic of that one in the past
and just not read it. i'm sorry already. you can stop sending me
complaints.  however, i think we all need to lighten up just a little bit.
i'm serious...if you don't want to see a certain post, don't read it.  i'm
tired of this "i know what's best for this list" crap that i keep seeing.
the same folks that are quick to accuse some of us of posting stuff that
doesn't belong (in their opinions) on this list would be mighty offended
and put out if one of us actually did the same back.
       let's try to be a little tolerant, ok? we are supposed to be ig
fans...
                  sharoane

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date:         tue, 14 apr 1998 13:53:21 +1000
reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
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hey guys,

i'm declaring an arbitrary song of the week, just 'cos i
feel like it: galileo.  if you have stories, questions,
feelings about this song, now's the time to share them...

:)
sherlyn
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date:         tue, 14 apr 1998 00:01:06 edt
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oops - silly me!  i forgot this important bit of info in the last email
(thanks heather!)

the set list for the show is:

shame on you, hammer and a nail, dead man's hill, it's alright, land of
canaan, get out the map, don't give that girl a gun, virginia woolf, reunion,
power of two, cut it out/wish you were here, least complicated, chickenman,
galileo, kid fears, leeds, romeo & juliet, closer to fine

=)
lisa

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okay, i tried the contest.  even with only 2 clues up on pages, it's a
piece of cake.

but did anyone read the fine-print rules?  what is this all about????
i quote:

contest open to residents of the united states and canada (except quebec)
who are 18 years or older and have access to the internet on or before april 1,
1998. employees of cmp media inc., its affiliates, advertising, promotion and
production agencies and members of their immediate families or those with
whom they are domiciled are not eligible. selected canadian entrants must first
correctly answer a mathematical skill testing question administered by mail in
order to claim a prize.


eh?  well, brush up those math skills, all you canadians....(except quebec!)

if i didn't know better, i'd swear russell carter wrote those rules...

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it was posted:
>but did anyone read the fine-print rules?  what is this all about????
>i quote:

>selected canadian entrants must first
>correctly answer a mathematical skill testing question administered >by
mail in order to claim a prize.

you know, i've seen this specification somewhere before--- maybe on the
inside of a candy wrapper or some other random place.  and i remember
being puzzled as to why canadians had to prove their quantitative
proficiency before accepting their prize.  what's up with that?
equally dumbfounded in good ol' egocentric and (apparently)
math-proficient america (???),
jill

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ok!
galileo was written about me!
he he ,yea i know we probably all say that but its totally me.  fear of
motion, airplane crashes, its awesome, i just thought i was a freak till
iheard it, but my friends still tell me i am, even though someone else feels
the same, someone as nifty as emily!

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oh and have a nifty, peachy day! :p

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ok! you can quit sending me mails on what what nigc means, i fugured it out,
im sorry so shoot me i never read the faq.
bad me
val

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lynn <opacity@webtv.net> wrote:

> subject: ig's in franklin, tn????
>
> does anyone know about the ig's playing at the franklin high
> school in franklin tennesse on may 4????  i saw this information
> on a schedule that mel so graciously posted and i am in a frenzy
> to find out as i live in franklin and have heard nothing of this.
> any information would be greatly appreciated!!

it wasn't really my intention to brutally flame lynn, even though that's
what i ended up doing. so, lynn... i'm sorry. it really wasn't personal.

i've just heard so much about how folks intend to try to get in to see
*special* ig performances for *special* groups, which are *totally*
closed to the public -- and i wanted to vent. so i did. by hitting the
"reply" button at the next public post on the subject which i happened
to notice.

it was an inappropriate response for lynn's particular post (especially
since she said something nice about me in it!). so... mea culpa!

i'm sorry lynn.

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hey everybody--
this is kelly, and i was off the list for a while b/c i switched email,
but i'm back now, and i just wanted to say hello again.  i used to be at
kstewart@eagle.cc.ukans.edu, but now i'm at cypressmoon@hotmail.com
anyway, i'm glad to be back with y'all :)

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that wasn't a rerun? i saw it with my dad and we were dying, it was so
amazing... i was so confused as to why i hadn't seen it before...

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i love how at shows everyone sings galileo at the top of their lungs.
and my favorite part is when they say "i spent four years prostrate to
the higher mind, got my paper and i was free!"... ever since graduation
from college (only 2 years ago) that line has had sooo much more meaning
and when i hear that song i always get tingly and flashback to being at
a show and yelling that at the top of my lungs surrounded by hundreds of
other loving fans screaming the same words...

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hey there
could someone send me the lilith tour dates again? i somehow deleted
them...
thanks!
shayna

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galileo's such a special song for me--it introduced me to the indigo
girls and to one of my best friends in college. she kept playing rop and
galileo over and over, and i really liked the music, so i asked her
about the group. she told me, and we started chatting, and when the song
came on again, we started dancing in the hallway. we were inseperable
the rest of that year. (ah, memories!)

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hey everyone
yes, i realized my mistake re:misquoting the song....
i have been to many indigo girls concerts in the last 6+ years, since i
was a junior in high school. tons. i have every cd, boots, etc. i spent
my freshman year in college playing rites of passage on repeat. i've
heard both closer to fine and galileo like 3000 times. i had just gotten
to work when i sent that message, and hadn't had coffee yet, i'm not a
total idiot, just a tiny bit burnt and also not fully thinking. i
apologize for making an ass of myself, and thank those of you who
brought it to my attention.
love,
shayna

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_--(except quebec)

hmmm, okay, why??? that is so unfair! and its written as if it was
obvious! yes, well, *of course* except quebec!!! well, anyone *outside*
quebec looking for a roomate? ;p

july, militant indigo in indigoless lands.

.. o my! i mean, what is this about? (hee hee, thats an ani song!) (cant
talk w/out quoting!! ;) i cant believe it.. except quebec..pheww!
... ... ... grr grr grr...

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ok... the reason why canadian residents are required to answer a mathematical
question for the ig contest (as they are for almost every other contest) has
to do with a canadian law that specifies that no prizes can be given out for a
"luck" based reason, ie. random drawing, etc.; they must be given on the basis
of some proven skill, etc.  most contests that include drawings, etc.  get
around this clause by using the above mathematical question..... if a canadian
resident won, they would be asked something like "what does 1+1 equal" or some
other equally easy question to prove they won the contest due to skill.....
leslie

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you kids sure know how to make a girl feel welcome!  thanks to everyone
for you're excellent martine guitar advice.  there's just so much love
on this list, i don't know what to do with myself!  so many people
responded that i can't respond to everyone individually.  i wonder if
amy and emily know what amazing fans they have here.  i hope so.  if
not, someone should certainly tell them!

btw, i've just signed up for guitar lessons and i've decided to use my
mom's guitar (my dad bought it for her many, many years ago in mexico),
which has just been restrung.  once i learn to play the damned thing, it
looks like a washburn or a takamine will be the best bets, judging from
all of your replies.

thanks again, you guys.  you're all awesome!

peace,
kate

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anyone goin..boot it.k? i've never heard the gilrs minus jerry and
sarah..should be good
ok.
back to the kids easter baskets while they are at school
hint: don't freeze the snickers eggs..they will break yer teeth if you
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here's a little blurb from modern drummer (june 98) reprinted without
permission.
any guesses on which girl he is referring to?
jerry marotta : cave drumming

it's not what you play;it's what you leave out. just ask jerry marotta. he
is still answering for the crime he committed 15 yrs ago during his tenure
with peter gabriel-namely, leaving out the cymbals on the singers third
album.
at a recent press conference in montreal, jerry denied any aesthetic
agenda.he and gabriel simply exercised a recording prerogative common in
the '80s. they decided to record the drums first, then overdub cymbals. but
they paused midstream: " it sounded really good without the cymbals", jerry
recalls. " it created a space so some other instruments could make the
effect that a cymbal crash normally would. it wasn't my idea, like, 'lets
make a record without cymbals!' i don't remember anyone saying , 'this is
what you've gotta do'-because i wouldn't have listened anyway!. i've kind
of got an attitude"

recently jerry has forged ahead-sort of-  on the cd "from the caves of the
iron mountain". performing with tony levin and steve gorn, his drumset is-
you guessed it-barren of cymbals. affectionately termed "the flintstone
kit" due to its cartoon proportions, marotta's taos drums first breathed
life on suzanne vega's 1992 album 99.9f.

part of the charm-and irony- of that record is that that the new mexican
native drums,  with skin heads were used as the source for haunting
industrial sounds. whatever the outcome,though, jerry is a convert:" i
always bring the taos drums and employ a mixture of percussion and drums."
but does the anachronistic kit really work in a moderm session setting?
"definitely," enthuses jerry. " i just produced an album by jenny bird,
from new mexico, and i only used taos drum kit on it- it turned out great."

since his 1986 interview with md, jerry  has played on albums with paul
mccartney, robbie robertson, and jewel, and has produced albums by
canadians larry gowan and ron sexsmith. and over the past seven years you
may have seen him on the road with the indigo girls. " my style has changed
drastically to suit them", says the drummer. "when i started working with
them they weren't used to having a drummer. it wasn't easy. now we're
getting to the point where we could do something major, like when peter
gabriel did 'security'"

ironically, jerry says that one of the girls thinks he's too good of a
musician. "she wants somebody who almost doesn't know how to play," marotta
explains matter-of- factly."so i've learned how to sit at the drums and
play like that." (t. bruce wittet)

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date:         tue, 14 apr 1998 10:53:41 -0700
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hey-
sorry for this irrelevant post, but kris siegworth, can you please email
me?  i'm on more than one tree, so i have no idea which you sent me a blank
for.
thanks,
leslie

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april 16
swater@nwlink.com (stacy)
happy 33rd, stacy!
"trying to hold it like rain in a river..."

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hkf's,

i'm just a little confused right now about the greenville, sc show on april
30th (thursday).  it seems to have general admission and reserved seats
too.  could anyone who has been there - help me out by letting me know the
layout of the place / seating charts... etc......
thanks in advance for any help...
8-)
ticketmaster is impossible to get any good info. out of.... grrrrrr....
8-)
mkc

there's still a lot of tix's left for this, but i'm not sure how good they
are...
happy tuesday...

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in a message dated 98-04-14 00:25:17 edt, sherlyn@fl.net.au writes:

<< i'm declaring an arbitrary song of the week, just 'cos i
feel like it: galileo.  if you have stories, questions,
feelings about this song, now's the time to share them... >>

hey, this is great!  i love this song.  it's the 3rd ig song i ever heard.  :)
i heard it on 1200 curfews and of course the cow comment made zero sense at
the time.  after i got watershed, it became my favorite video, too.... i like
amy dressed up as the mole (isn't she cute with a mustache?? lol) and salam
princess of beer...... it's too funny.

ok i'm done rambling.  :)

peace, harmony, and indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
  ~novitiate of suzanneglassism
   ~president, grlchasr26 fan club
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"and oh, the dissatisfied, with the satisfied
everybody loves a melodrama and the scandal of a lie.
still you held your arms open for the prodigal daughter.
i see my eyes in your eyes through my eyes,
still water."
   ~ emily saliers
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in a message dated 98-04-14 00:55:59 edt, alisont@netcom.com writes:

<< selected canadian entrants must first
correctly answer a mathematical skill testing question administered by mail
in
order to claim a prize. >>

i've seen that before on international prize claim rules.  what's that
about?!?!

peace, harmony, and indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
  ~novitiate of suzanneglassism
   ~president, grlchasr26 fan club
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i see my eyes in your eyes through my eyes,
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at 12:41 am 4/12/98 , bevs fish wrote:
>hey all!
>     i was going to attempt to boot the dartmouth show and i was wondering
>what kind of  tape recorder i should use. should i get one of the ones with
>the micro-cassettes or not? what kind of tapes should i use and where
should i
>put the recorder? if anyone could help me it would be greatly appreciated.
>thanks!

definitely not microcassettes. :-)

but you give me an in to plug my new favorite bootlegging media: minidiscs.

i bought a minidisc (md) player a few weeks ago, and i am just blown away
by it.  it costs about the same as a high-end tape recorder, but the sound
is *much* better -- and digital, like cds, not analog like tape.  but
that's just the beginning.  no flipping tapes.  disks are 74 min. (148 if
you record in mono), so no thought about how many to take, or trying to
squeeze as much on as possible, it'll nearly always require 2 disks with
plenty of room to spare.  no feedback if the mic gets too close to the
recorder (not sure why this is different from my tape recorder, but it
certainly increases flexibility).  both the recorder and the md are *much*
smaller than audiotape equivalent, so easier to hide and to change media.
ability to easily mark tracks and title them (especially easy since i can
scan through the disk quickly without harming it); the md itself can be
titled.  easy to edit (mark tracks, then erase/combine them at will).  it
has a built-in clock that time stamps the recording.  mds are much smaller
to store (a md, which resembles a pc diskette, takes about 1/3 the space of
an audio cassette on my shelf).  individual tracks can be accessed as
easily as on a cd.  if you record shows where you don't have to be
discreet, the time remaining  feature is very nice.

the cons:  mds cost $4 to $6 a piece.  anti-piracy technology prevents
copying a recording to other digital media (md or dat) (though you can make
as many analog copies as you want, and you can record prerecorded mds to a
blank md).  the irony is that the anti-piracy technology is not on the more
expensive, professional machines, which are most likely to be used by pirates.

there's more good information at <http://members.tripod.com/~psych/>,
comparing md to analog tapes, dat, cd, etc.  i'd definitely encourage those
of you who boot a lot to check it out... if you buy a recorder at best buy,
you can return it w/in 30 days if you don't like it.  but if you try it,
you're likely to get as hooked as i am... it is just too cool to have the
title displayed when you pop in the boot, have the song titles displayed as
they play, be able to access songs and program them to my liking... i've
already bought a deck for the house, and a new cd player for the car which
will remote command an md changer when i've paid for the rest. :-)

*the* source for md info is <http://www.minidisc.org>, but if you have any
questions i'll be happy to try to tackle them.

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for some of you new folks, we are just concluding a
fund drive to raise money for amy ray's birthday,
donating directly to one of her favorite charities,
north american neighborhood association which
in turn donates to refugees in chiapas and helps
educate the atlanta public about the horrible things
going on in southern mexico right now.

you have about 24 hours to email me the amount you
are sending plus your full name to make it on the the
certificate that i'm hoping to toss amy from the front row
in memphis or mississippi this week.  rcam was no
help with back stage passes, bummer for me, but i
heard a rumor that amy is aware of this donation and
is hugely grateful to us all, so my work here is nearly
done.  i know there are a few last-minute projects going
on to gather money together, so let me know a rough
estimate as soon as possible!  we really should try
to get over that 2000 mark -- we're up to about 1800
now.  you can email me a pledge amount right now
and send it later when paychecks are received, etc.

how to donate:

make sure to include your full name and address, and that the
donation is in the name of ms. amy ray, for her birthday.

checks should be made out to north american neighborhood association.

send to:
nana
3195 misty creek drive
decatur, georgia 30033

thanks!  when i tell other activists the amount we've raised
they really don't believe me, but then they've never been on
this list!  love y'all.  btw if anyone in atlanta wants to get
together this thursday night, i'll be in town!  dinner at the
flying biscuit?

elizabeth from denver

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i just started learning how to play the guitar a couple of months ago and
galileo was the first song i learned how to play!!  i dont have it down good
just yet, but i am working on it.
marcy


in a message dated 98-04-14 00:25:12 edt, sherlyn@fl.net.au writes:

<< hey guys,

i'm declaring an arbitrary song of the week, just 'cos i
feel like it: galileo.  if you have stories, questions,
feelings about this song, now's the time to share them...

:) >>

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hi everyone! my name is paula, and i am new to the list.  i love the video
of galileo too!  luckily i've been able to see the girls perform the song
twice in the last year!  the last time, without the band.  they are great!
anyways, just wanted to introduce myself to you all..

bye for now!
-paula :)

paula shulman  .                           *
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i've gotten the system back up and running.  i've checked through
all of the cds that i had already made and there were a couple
with skips so i've replaced those with fixed versions.

everything will proceed normally from now so if i still have your
boot tape(s) and cd(s) you'll be getting them back shortly.  sorry
for the delay.

----  what happened?
(boring tech stuff)
my hard disk f: went bad (the one i use for temporarily storing stuff
i'm putting on cd).  it was a 2 gb ide drive.  i've since replaced it
with a 9 gb scsi drive.  what would happen is the hard disk was having
troubles seeking so it would sit there trying to find a spot on the disk
to write the audio stream coming in from the boot tape, but it couldn't.
so for some reason i still haven't figured out it would just ignore the
part of the song where this problem was taking place and it would just
copy over the previous part of the song that was written successfully
for whatever time was lost on the new part.  here's an example.

you might hear:
"then you had to bring up re-incarnation over a couple of beers the
other night, and now i'm serving time for to bring up re-incarnation
over a couple in another lifetime.  how long 'til my soul gets it right?"

weird, isn't it?  anyway.  i am sorry for the delay.  they'll be fired
off asap!  i have about 20 queued up to do so yours will be done in the
order received.

please e-mail me if you have any questions.

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hey everyone, if anyone is selling 2 extra tickets to the irving plaza show in
ny, please e-mail me as soon as possible. thanks!  ~deb  (debster21@aol.com)

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maybe when we see a post that annoys us, we should break out the strange
fire cd and listen to "get together" before responding?? *s*
"come on ppl now..smile on your sisters.." *l*  :)

lamia

"i can feel her closing in and i hope she understands
that society and me, now we aren't necessarily hand in hand
she's broken all her bonds, got no superficial cause
she gave up all her chances to live inside the law
so squeaky, peace on earth
will you tell me what it's worth
from the inside out i'd let you inyou might understand..."
--amy ray, the ballad of squeaky fromme

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hey folks,

this is the first "review" of the lilith live double-cd i've
seen...

sherlyn

>from: paul2k <paul2k@aol.com>
>date: tue, 14 apr 1998 17:59:53 edt
>to: ecto@smoe.org
>
>we got the lilith : a celebration of women in music double disc cd in to the
>radio station today during my shift....yummm...i was ecstatic to say the
>least...
>
>first thing i did was to check the track listing to see which version of
>"water is wide" they put on there...it's the ig/sarah/jewel one...i nearly
>pissed my pants with glee when i saw that :)  when i saw them do that at the
>first toronto lilith last summer, i melted...
>
>so, in a three song slot, i played that, september 67's "loneliness of a long
>distance runner" and tara maclean's "hold me jordan"  (that's how they listed
>it, itwers)...the sound quality is pretty damn good except for lots of
>extraneous murmuring and babbling by the crowd that wasn't taken out  :(
it's
>quiet, but still audible...and the screams of fans is kind of annoying...and
>the loud clapping that sounds like someone is standing too close to an
>audience ambience mic...
>
>personally, i feel that disc 2 has the stronger track listing...i know
that it
>has "water is wide", patty griffin's "cain", wild strawberries, dar's
"what do
>you hear in these sounds", emmylou harris doing "going back to harlan", tara,
>wild colonials....
>
>i can't wait for it to come out in the stores...supposedly, arista is
printing
>up a small amount of limited editions that will come in a bulkier
>package...there was mention of it in the latest ice newsletter...


=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= sherlyn koo - sherlyn@fl.net.au =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
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    and i try to laugh at whatever life brings.
    'cos when i look down, i just miss all the good stuff,
    when i look up, i just trip over things..."   - ani difranco

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i vaguely, vaguely remembering someone mentioning a while ago that there was
going to be an ad (for something like jeans?) in a magazine (something like
vogue?) coming out around now, which would feature eight lilith fair
musicians, including our girls... i just remembered this today - was wondering
if anyone else knows what i'm talking about.  if so, please share!!

also, something i've been dying to talk about -- on the earlier boots (eg
color me gray, blue food, etc.) when amy does solos and stuff, she is
picking!! is she not? i barely hear any strumming of the guitar by early amy,
while previously (before i started listening to these boots), i had thought
that that's all she could do.  and, it sounds like she's playing a high strung
guitar, most of the time... did anyone else know of amy's hidden guitar-
picking ability?

that's all for now, folks
~flora

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i am new at this...but i like what i see so far.  i have loved the girls
for years...anyway

nanci griffith...i heard (a while ago) that she is one of the girl's god
mothers.  it sounded odd..but i figured that this would be the best place
to ask.  any imput would be appreciated.

ps (i'm in st. louis, any news of the girls coming here soon?)

thanks, kristi

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i have an old tape entitled, "put on your green shoes".  it has the girls
singing "loquat tree".  i haven't been able to find it on cd
anywhere...anyone know where i can get a copy? thanks, kristi

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galileo has quickly grown to become one of my favorite songs after watching
the girls on their vh1 performance and seeing my face during the first
solo...it is a crowd pleaser too ...it seems that everyone gets so excited at
the concerts when emily breaks into the first chords with that cute little
smile of hers...i especially like how they have added a bluesier section into
the part when they allow the audience to sing...great topic!

jen

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jill certo wrote:
>
> hey folks-- for all ohio listees who were planning on going to the 4/15
> michelle malone show at peabody's, i would assume this means there is
> *no* show happening....

  - why would you assume that? michelle was one of two opening acts for
chris whitley.
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date:         tue, 14 apr 1998 17:08:21 -0700
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galileo always reminds me of a summer dusk, just as the sun is setting and the
sky is clear and all pink and purple.  and during summer dusks, i always think of
that song.  i remember exactly where i was -- driving to a friends house -- when
the radio played the first single off of rop before the cd came out.  i listened
to it, almost unable to breathe i was so excited.  after it was over, i said to
myself, "well, they've done it again!"

love that song.  love the video -- esp. the picture of the watermelon and "water
retention is not new to me."

nor to me, emily.  nor to me...

-kate

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on tue, 14 apr 1998, don richards wrote:

> jill certo wrote:
> >
> > hey folks-- for all ohio listees who were planning on going to the 4/15
> > michelle malone show at peabody's, i would assume this means there is
> > *no* show happening....
>
>   - why would you assume that? michelle was one of two opening acts for
> chris whitley.

very true. the black cat gig went on as scheduled last night with melissa
sheehan opening and chris whitley headlining. not the show it could have
been, but there you have it.


martine

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hey folks,

tigger said:
> the time.  after i got watershed, it became my favorite video, too.... i like
> amy dressed up as the mole (isn't she cute with a mustache?? lol) and salam
> princess of beer...... it's too funny.

one of my favourite ig moments is in the "galileo" video,
the bit where a&e are fooling around and amy ends up
putting her arm around emily and they both smile.  i know
i'm projecting, but it makes me feel all warm and fuzzy.

back to work for me, *grin*
sherlyn
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date:         tue, 14 apr 1998 21:18:42 edt
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the "metro northwest" section of this past sunday's chicago tribune has an
article about what will be done with the arlington park racecourse now that
it's been close down by its owner....

"at least 10 concerts are also planned, including a june event featuring such
artisits as indigo girls, sinead o'connor and john lee hooker."

can anyone confirm this & the date?

dee

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i know this has been asked quite a few times before, but no one ever
posts to the list they do private email! so now i am wondering:
what all do i need to boot concerts? what kind of recorder is the best?
micro-casset? i know absolutely nothing so if someone could tell me
everything i need to know i'd be grateful!!
thanks!!! *hugs*
lamia


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she's broken all her bonds, got no superficial cause
she gave up all her chances to live inside the law
so squeaky, peace on earth
will you tell me what it's worth
from the inside out i'd let you inyou might understand..."
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at 9:18 pm 4/14/98, d schulman wrote:
>the "metro northwest" section of this past sunday's chicago tribune has an
>article about what will be done with the arlington park racecourse now that
>it's been close down by its owner....
>
>"at least 10 concerts are also planned, including a june event featuring such
>artisits as indigo girls, sinead o'connor and john lee hooker."
>
>can anyone confirm this & the date?

the show at arlington is the midwest edition of the fleadh festival. i
believe the date is june 21st or something like that. there was an article
about it in the milwaukee paper a few weeks ago. the girls will be part of
the line-up at the fleadh show being held in ny on june 14th, but not the
show at arlington. if i have my dates correct, they will be touring with
lilith fair at that point.

deb

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