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date:         wed, 15 apr 1998 00:04:36 edt
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i dont know where you can get the cd, but i just wanted to say "i love that
song!"  its so cute....anyway...

amber

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date:         wed, 15 apr 1998 01:05:17 -0000
reply-to:     melissa singhaus <msinghaus@msmisp.com>
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anyone on icq. if so you can add me to your contact list my number is
10063422. missy

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date:         tue, 14 apr 1998 23:17:00 -0600
reply-to:     "amy m." <indigrrl@selway.umt.edu>
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from:         "amy m." <indigrrl@selway.umt.edu>
subject:      re: arbitrary sotw: galileo
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on wed, 15 apr 1998, sherlyn koo wrote:

> 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.

i couldn't agree more. i'd have to say that this video is definitely my
favorite, with all the hypotheses as to what each of them was in a
previous existence. in addition to the part with amy putting her arm
around em, the part after they say, "how long 'til my soul gets it right"
and amy looks up, as if an answer might come her way.

and speaking of fuzzy, that bear part at the end is too cute.

:0)

amy m.

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

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date:         wed, 15 apr 1998 01:37:00 -0400
reply-to:     kerri s hannan <kerri@grove.ufl.edu>
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comments:     baa09337 on dogwood (hop 0), wed, 15 apr 1998 01:37:00 -0400 (edt)
from:         kerri s hannan <kerri@grove.ufl.edu>
subject:      re: indigo-girls digest - 14 apr 1998
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i am writing to share my experience as a runner at the gainesville, fl
show tonight.  i must say my time backstage was wonderful but taught me a
lot about being a fan and how to act.  i guess i saw that emily and amy
are people just like us (which shouldn't surprise me but sort of did) and
that they have a right to privacy and to be left alone before, during and
after a show.  they have a public and private life which i assume they,
like all stars, attempt to keep separate but backstage those lines are
blurred.
        i believe that as a runner, i was bottom of the food chain but i
was still treated with respect.  the crew on the whole was very nice, i
was given a guitar pick (pretty cool) and i spoke with many of them about
some of their experiences on the indigo girls tours along with others they
have worked. i learned that the indigo girls really practice what they
preach (recycling, etc.) and that their crew respects them (as they
should) and they are good people (not really an issue for me as a fan but
it is great to get confirmation on something i assumed to be true) one
tech guy gave me a song list (he specifically found me to give to
me).  i saw how much the guitar techs work and how
much goes into one show.  but what i also saw was how scroungy some
fans, including myself, can get.  scraps of paper signed by the artists or
a songlist are fought over by a lot of people and i don't know how good i
felt about waiting outside their door to get an autograph.  i understand
we all want memorabilia, and the chance to be backstage is rare (if it
ever comes again) but i sort of feel silly.  it is almost as if putting
someone on a pedestal (music artist or star, etc) is sort of unfair to
yourself and to the artist.  i guess in the end, i am glad i got to
see the
machinations behind the tour, the effort that makes the hour and a half
performance look effortless and even silly things like catering and how
tour members eat and to hear snatches of conversation to get a simple
glimpse into my favorite musicians lives but do i or anyone else for that
matter have a right to go there?  in my personal quest to balance my fan
status with feeling ok about how i handle myself around them, i tried to
stay away and give them their space but i also felt like i was losing the
only chance i may have had to talk to them and tell them something
profound (always a goal)...so in the end i felt twisted
inside, trying to be a fan and a person i think they would want to meet
without my having to approach them.
overall i learned that i love the indigo girls but i don't need to dream
about being their friend or hanging out, a fantasy i am sure we have all
had.  it is not a reality for most of us and i think that from now on i
will listen to the music, and go to the shows, and have agood time with my
friends drinking a beer afterward, not wishing i was drinking with the
indigo girls.
i guess that is all i can say right now but i have more thoughts on the
whole expereince but it is late and i could go on for a while.
kerri hannan gainesville, fl

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date:         tue, 14 apr 1998 22:40:41 -0700
reply-to:     doolittle <tonyfrapsiv@earthlink.net>
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        this game is open to anyone who wants to play.  it's strictly for
fun!  the money points are just for fun also :)
        please reply privately~

categories:  ig's, musicians who sing with ig's, instruments, chickenman, cities

ig's~
$100    the correct spelling of emily's last name?
$200    she attended vanderbilt university?
$300    she attended tulane university?

musicians who sing with ig's~
$100    she is usually the guest singer on wild horses?
$200    he is usually the guest singer on thin line?
$300    she is usually the guest singer on don't think twice (it's alright)?

instruments~
$100    emily plays this twangy sounding geetar on this train - revised?
$200    approximately how many guitars do the girls usually carry on tour?
(give or take 3)
$300    if you get onto stage during ctf, you might likely play this
percussion instrument?

chickenman~
$100    a cat likely to get run over?
$200    amy said she could never be as cool as the chickenman because he
postponed this activity for 50 days at a time?
$300    "and it's a lot of stuff" -- what is amy referring to? (hint: not
the chickenman's junk)

cities~
$100    the center of the universe for liberals?
$200    there's a lot of good things about this city....like the things they
haven't discovered yet?
$300    ig's "played our hearts out all night long" in this city?

happy, happy folks!

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date:         tue, 14 apr 1998 19:49:46 -1000
reply-to:     "k. asiu" <kla@aloha.net>
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hey y'all,

since we were mentioning the galileo video....my favorite part of it is when
amy messes up the lip synch then mouths what looks to be, "oh shit" and
starts laughing

karen

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date:         tue, 14 apr 1998 23:38:19 pdt
reply-to:     kelly stewart <cypressmoon@hotmail.com>
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hey all--
sorry if this has been covered already, but can someone tell me about
what time the girls are supposed to be playing on the 27th, for the
benefit?  also, do you need tickets?  basically, i need info about it.
please help me out if you know anything about the show.  thanks a bunch!

--kelly

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date:         wed, 15 apr 1998 06:43:26 edt
reply-to:     wmntime <wmntime@aol.com>
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subject:      nigc - natalie imbruglia
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thanks to everyone who wrote to me about natalie imbruglia.  as it turns out,
around an hour after i asked the question (who is natalie imbruglia?), i saw
an article on her in people magazine.

i haven't had time to watch mtv or vh1 lately (too busy listening to the
indigo girls!), but i'm sure i'll hear her song one of these days.

wmntime

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date:         wed, 15 apr 1998 07:48:11 -0400
reply-to:     mark anthony donajkowski <madonajk@alpha.delta.edu>
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subject:      nigc ani news
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         the may issue of spin, hitting newsstands today, features
         spin's 2nd annual spin top 40, the magazine's
         photographic portfolio of the most vital artists in
         music today. ani difranco, missy "misdemeanor" elliott,
         and radiohead's thom yorke appear on the cover, and the
         top 40 includes beck (#1), radiohead (#2), elliott (#3)
         nine inch nails (#4), puff daddy (#5), hole (#6),
         prodigy (#7), the fugees (#8), difranco (#9), marilyn
         manson (#10), beastie boys (#13), pj harvey (#14),
         tori amos (#17), tricky (#19), fiona apple (#20), bjork
         (#23), sleater-kinney (#27), erykah badu (#28), elliott
         smith (#29), belle and sebastian (#31), pulp (#33),
         garbage (#34), and ben folds five (#40).

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date:         wed, 15 apr 1998 08:48:14 +0100
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subject:      i'm the one who screwed up quoting galileo...
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good morning
i just wanted to write one more amendment to my previous apology note,
for those of you who may not remember (though i'm sure you all do) ,
i was writing yesterday about why i love galileo. and i wrote that my
favorite thing about galileo is the way that when it's played at shows
everyone sings it and it's just the best feeling... and basically that
is
the truth. i love that song for that very reason. i messed that post up
by then quoting closer to fine, and apparently i really offended some
people. i received sooo many messages and spent my workday  deleting
these insulting replies. when i told my friends about it last night they
were, more than anything, shocked that i, the biggest fan they can
imagine existing, would make such a silly mistake. so i thought about it
and realized that while smiling and fading off in the memory of
being surrounded in an audience of fans singing together... i had a
falsh of closer to fine and therefore quoted that line. my friends,
however,
were also shocked that people such as indigo girls biggest fans would be
so damn judgmental and condescending.  i guess that i'm
writing now just to say that it was such a stupid, innocent mistake,
and it's a good thing that i don't get embarassed, because i would
probably have quit this list after receiving those messages. as it
stands,
nothing really brings me down, so i'll stay :). but i wanted to thank
those of you who were kind enough to send me sweet, caring, and
understanding messages, you have allowed me to keep the faith and,
to remember that "you've gotta laugh at yourself... you'd cry your
eyes out if you didn't..."

shayna
have a great day:)

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date:         wed, 15 apr 1998 10:17:05 -0400
reply-to:     deb <indigo@mindspring.com>
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subject:      updates to my ig index
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i added several links to my indigo girls index
<http://www.mindspring.com/~indigo/indigo.html> this morning, including a
link to the discography by steve clark, which was removed from the folkbook
site.  i have agreed to host the discog for him, so please link to
<http://www.mindspring.com/~indigo/articles/ig_disc.txt> if you have links
to the old folkbook discog on your site.

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date:         wed, 15 apr 1998 11:14:41 -0400
reply-to:     indigo head <s00.krosenblum@wittenberg.edu>
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subject:      opening act--kentucky
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i couldn't take it anymore, so i just called uky to find out who is going
to be opening for the girls next tuesday in lexington.  so...the opening
act is someone named terri binion.  has anyone ever heard of her?  that
name does sound familiar, and i probably have heard her before (i am
blanking now), but any info would be great.  thanks a lot!

:-) karen

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date:         wed, 15 apr 1998 08:15:57 -0700
reply-to:     amanda <biodb8er@rocketmail.com>
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subject:      llth/july aug...?
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you're telling me that lilith is gonna quit in july?
i doubt it.  also, mn was the biggest crowd they had
and they aren't coming back here?  i doubt it.

uh,btw, i keep reading but....are ig gonna be at all
the llth frs?

amanda

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date:         wed, 15 apr 1998 09:27:58 -0600
reply-to:     "cusick, joanne - aurora, co" <joanne.cusick@cexp.com>
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hey!!

back when i lived in nashville, terri binion opened for the girls at the
ryman.  i was able to meet her before the show.  she's really nice, and
has a sweet, kind of folky style and voice. i think you'll really like
here.  she has a guy that backs her up. i think his name was ed..
maybe..  she has a cd out from daemon records.  hope that this helps!

back into lurkdom...

jo anne

(who is working, and loving colorado, but wishing she could be back in
the south to see amy and emily... because they don't seem to be coming
here anytime soon)

> -----original message-----
> from: indigo head [smtp:s00.krosenblum@wittenberg.edu]
> sent: wednesday, april 15, 1998 9:15 am
> to:   indigo-girls@netspace.org
> subject:      opening act--kentucky
>
> i couldn't take it anymore, so i just called uky to find out who is
> going
> to be opening for the girls next tuesday in lexington.  so...the
> opening
> act is someone named terri binion.  has anyone ever heard of her?
> that
> name does sound familiar, and i probably have heard her before (i am
> blanking now), but any info would be great.  thanks a lot!
>
> :-) karen
>
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date:         wed, 15 apr 1998 08:31:39 -0700
reply-to:     machado <lorene@flylive.com>
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subject:      wendy bucklew: tour & tunes (nigc)
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it is with unbridled glee that we announce the upcoming national release of
wendy bucklew's "asleep in the swing" album.  the release date is june 2,
1998 and along with a new album comes a tour.  wendy will kick off this
coast to coast tour in, where else, atlanta!  we hope that you will join us
for wendy's record release party and concert on friday, june 19th at the
cotton club in atlanta.  (cotton club website:  http://www.consopro.com).
for the first leg of the tour, wendy will be joined by her kicking band:
the ever-amazing jason mogi on drums and album producer and mega-musician
dede vogt on bass.  (if you're not familiar with dede, run, do not walk, to
the daemon records website and read more about her:
http://www.monsterbit.com/daemon.)

we also wanted to announce the address for wendy's new website:
http://www.flylive.com/flylive/wendy.html.  please drop by and sign the
guest book.  we are working on some real audio tracks so you can sample the
album.  tour dates are being posted as they're confirmed.  and for everyone
who wrote with tour city requests and suggestions, you've been quite
helpful.  the map has lots of pins in it.

a thousand thanks in advance for your support.  we're always open to your
feedback at machado@flylive.com

lorene

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date:         wed, 15 apr 1998 10:37:17 -0500
reply-to:     deb reiser <dreiser@wi.net>
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subject:      did loganville happen? gainsville reports?
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so, did the loganville show actually take place on monday night? can anyone
out there confirm?

i know kerri posted about her runner experience at the gainsville show, but
did anyone else attend? if so, let's hear about it.

deb

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date:         wed, 15 apr 1998 12:05:38 -0700
reply-to:     kas28024@pegasus.cc.ucf.edu
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subject:      gainesville show...
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i have to leave for class soon, but let me just say that the gainesville
show was incredible!!!  i was right up front (in front of amy actually)
so for one of the first times in my life no one was blocking my view at
all (i'm only 5'3" or so)

danielle howle and the tantrums opened and rocked!  i've seen her three
times now :)

from memory, here's the setlist...if anyone can confirm that'd be great:

hammer and a nail
jonas and ezekial
get out the map
shed your skin
least complicated
shame on you
you and me of the 10000 wars
scooter boys
virginia woolf
i don't wanna know
power of two
thin line
leeds
chickenman
galileo
-----
(new amy song)...gone?  something like that...
blister in the sun
closer to fine

sorry i didn't get to meet any of you there...did anyone happen to tape?
:}

kim
kas28024@pegasus.cc.ucf.edu

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hi - sorry for the nigc - i'm gonna be in juneau in june for an american
hiking society volunteer vacation and wondered if anyone in/from juneau (or ak
in general) would like to meet up or would have any suggestions of things to
do during my free time there.  thanks

anne

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hey..
i can tell you that the loganville show did happen although i was not there..
there is a controversy regarding the show that is being dealt with today.. by
accounts that i know of so far, parents have gone to the school board in an
uproar over the phrase ,
"the only thing that keeps us different is that i keep #@*!@@ up./
yes it's true the f-word..
now.. my understanding is that whoever coordinated the show must have listened
to the music beforehand and if there was a problem, they should have made it
known before the concert began. i also know that the principal was allegedly
singing along.
so, while it is being blown entirely out of proportion, and the problem really
should be with the administrators of the school and the person who booked the
show, the girls are being drawn into this silly little thing. i'm sure i't
probably one parent who is upset ( that is usually how it happens) and they
called the news media to report on it.
i'm sure i will find out more when i get to work this afternoon..
but from what it sounds like.. it was a good show if the principal was even
signing along.

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i'm off to first atlanta tomorrow, then memphis on friday and
starkville, ms on saturday, then back to atlanta
sunday.  i will have all my chiapas pictures and
notes if anyone wants to hang out and hear about
the trip, or just party.   i'm up for either.  i'll be the
short one wearing the ezln t-shirt and girlz in
the snow baseball cap spreading pictures all
over the ground while waiting in line. probably
shouting "viva zapata" if i haven't had enough
sleep.  come by and say hola!

elizabeth from denver

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good lode, i haven't posted for ages...i think it's about time i get my
arse movin--
i just wanted to share my excitement about the carlisle show -- dear
lord, i haven't seen the girls since december -- my nerves are on the
verge of explosion...yeaaaaah baby! :) to think, i'm gonna be meeting so
many of the cool i.g. listers...man...i could just do a number in my
drawers -- all of the excitement is killing me. :) you guys are awesome!
i can't believe this -- i just found out about 3 weeks ago that they
were asked to come to my university to play for the spring "event" -- i
guess the campus voted last semester (before i was here!) and they were
pretty high on the list. ;) they had to turn it down though, cuz of
their location at the time that b.g. wanted them...i guess they're gonna
be nowhere near here on that date...dammit! so close yet so far away.
soooooo..that's my ramble for today. ;)
have great days everyone, and do a little sundance for me, cuz ohio
looks like maine right now. ;) i feel like stephen king. ;)
later dudes,
bethany :)

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date:         wed, 15 apr 1998 13:43:39 -0400
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just thought you might want to know that there was a bit of media coverage
for the chiapas, here in quebec (yes, that place where we cant participate
to an ig contest). they were talking about it on the news, cuz two girls
from here, got expelled by the mexican government. they said they were'nt
"political activists" but just there as "witnesses" to the violation of
human rights.
so anyway, i thought it was great that they were talking about it here!

btw, thanks elizabeth for all your "organizing things". thank you thank
you. thank you!
and thanks cathy for *taking me with ya* to the vigil! :)

july ;)

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hey guys, if anyone have 2 extra tickets to the ny show at irving plaza,
please     e-mail me!   thanks, ~deb

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okay....i'm writing this, but i'm on digest, so if i'm redundant, you'll
have to forgive me.

last night's show was absolutely one of the best shows i've ever seen.  the
crowd was great, amy and emily both seemed to be in great moods.  they both
had a lot of energy, and seemed to pull a lot of energy from the crowd.
there was some obnoxious woman who screamed all the way through leeds, but
there's always at least one obnoxious person in the crowd....

emily was in great voice.  amy was wonderful as always.  i've always
considered myself bi-indigo (i rank in the middle of the a-e scale), but
emily continually blew me away....  "you and me of the 10,000 wars" was
really beautiful--it's not one of my favorite songs....i've always liked it
fine, but never had a really strong opinion of it before.

they slowed jonas & ezekiel down some, and it was really good....emily
played unbelievable guitar on all amy's songs...

something really funny....emily said "okay,we're gonna do an old song," and
it was you and me of the 10,000 wars.  i guess it proves that i'm an old
fan, but i always think of anything after indigo girls as new....  any of
y'all relate to that?

the set list as best as i remember:

hammer and nail
jonas & ezekial
get out the map
shed your skin
least complicated
shame on you
you and me of the 10000 wars
scooter bboys
virginia woolf
i don't wanna know
power of two
thin line
leeds
chickenman
galileo
-----
new song by amy.....  <something> gone
blister in the sun
closer to fine

blister in the sun was rockin'!  i was totally surprised by that, but they
did a great job!

don't know how that is for a concert review....but that's what you get.

:)  have a great day.


rich benson
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hello, all!
      listen, thank you to all those kind folks who wrote bback about
carpooling, etc.  i've been debating whether or not to go, and i found out my
gf was plotting to switch her work schedule around and go with me... so, if
you want to go and have nobody with whom to go or still want to carpool, we're
planning on leaving the big atl around 4:30.  otherwise, it's really only a 2
hour drive, so go!  tickets are $24.50, which is a small price to pay to see
the best band in recent history... =)  drive up there and we'll meet you at
the concert!  there are plenty of tickets left, says the guy at the box
office, and here are the directions, so you don't even have to call! =)  what
other excuses do you have?!?!

take 75 to 24w.  take that to 27 north downtown.  (that's what the exit sign
says.)  take that to exit 1a, which is martin luther king blvd.  bear right
onto mlk and you'll be headed in the right direction.  go to the 6th traffic
light, which is houston st.  take a left onto houston st.  go 2 blocks until
you hit mccallie ave.  take a left there and the memorial auditorium will be
about 1 block on the right. =)  i'll be the one in either wearing a green
shirt that says "l'il ladies" or a rainbow dress with orange tights and i have
long, curly blondish hair.  please say hello; i don't bite!  i'd love to meet
all of you! =)  have a fun roadtrip!  i'll check my e-mail around 4, so if you
need to get in touch, please do it by then! =)  peace, love, and happiness,
sarah

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hkf's,
the greenville show at timmons arena is general admission and reserved
seating.  (i'm not as think as you drunk i am??)
all the floor seating closest to the stage is ga and is sold out.  they are
currently selling reserved seating (refferred to as upper/lower level
right/left side) which is at the back of the arena.

the questions i have is:  can a reserved ticket holder (who's way in the
back) also go out on the floor?

if anyone has any questions about the seating chart - i have one in front
of me.  i'm hoping it's all ga even though some of the seats are called
"reserved".

here's my interpretation of the seating: (a-d,f = reserved in the back)

a     b     c
f             d
     floor
     stage

enjoy the shows!!!
8-)
mkc

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okay... i have to ask 2 questions.  i am really looking for a boot of last
year's lilith fair in nashville, tn.  i would do a lot of strange and unusual
things for it.  it was a life-altering experience, though not only for the
music, but i need it!  agh!  next, does anytone have a lilith boot with "the
water is wide" without jewel?  i hate to be rude, but there's no nice way to
say that i think she is just a terrible singer, though she can yodel, and i'd
love to hear them do twiw with other artists just not her or meredith brooks.
their voices are both terribly unsettling and never cease to destroy the mood
of an otherwise beautiful rendition of such a song... sorry to be mean, but i
would love to trade for a copy of a boot like this... thanks, sarah

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>from memory, here's the setlist...if anyone can confirm that'd be
great:

>...blister in the sun

no kidding?!  ain't *that* tha bomb!


other random stuff:  i heard on the radio that "the indigo girls have
collaborated with tom morello (is that his name?) of rage against the
machine to produce something-or-other (sorry, memory fails me) which you
can find at the lilith fair... yadda yadda yadda."
hm.  curiouser and curiouser....

jill

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anyone out there go to the ani show in columbus last night?  *squeee!*

did you hear the chicky yell out for her to come back to oberlin, and
the ensuing conversation in said chicky's direction?

yes?  oh.  uhm.  well, yeah, that was me.  hee. :)  it's great having
stage chats, y'all should try it ;).

jill the loudmouth


ani: "...so we never did get married, so i guess that, ah, i'm, uh..."
me:  "single?"  <crowd laughs>
ani: "heh, yeah.  yeah.  single." <smiles>

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i wasn't there, but my friend who just started to like ig this summer
went, and she says that now she knows why i'm obsessed :)  she said that
it totally kicked butt, and that is all the coherence i got out of it...

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hello!
last night i was at ani's concert at osu. it was amazing! to get to the
igc...ani was in a storytelling mood and at one point...i believe it was
during a new song about being out of context (i'm probably wrong...all
of the songs are scrambled in my head). anyway, she was talking about
how she used to play in the small bars and sleep on couches waiting to
break into the "scene" and now that she is there she just wants to
"downsize." she said she has these long talks with her friend (guess
who? yep...amy ray!) about getting out of society and downsizing. ani
never said "amy and i...blah blah blah..." but omeone in the front row
called out "amy?" and ani said "yeah yeah" and kept on talking! just
thought i'd let you all know! it was a great indigo moment in the midst
of a great ani concert! :)
becky
ps~anyone have or know someone with a boot?! thanks! :)

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        so, i went to my first ani difranco concert last night thanks to my good
friend brian who recommended that i go.  all i can say is wow!  she is
awesome!  the more i listen to her, the more and more i like her.  her style
is very provocative and inspiring.

        anyway....to what you all want to know about the amy ray reference (jill if i
screw this up, please feel free to repost).  ani was in the middle of a
singing a song and she starts telling a story (one of many that were told that
night).  i wish i knew the song, but since it was my first concert and all i
couldn't tell you the name.  anyway, she starts telling a story about how
musicians strive to get bigger and more well known, but then once they are big
then they miss all the little things about touring.  she was saying that she
and a friend often have this discussion about "downsizing" to get back to the
days when they travel around in a van and sleep on couches at friends' houses
and such. she was saying how much fun that is and how much they miss it. in
the middle of the story, someone from the audience yells out "amy." ani just
kinda laughed, but then later on the story someone yells out "amy ray" and ani
says "yeah, amy ray."  i thought was pretty cool to have an ig reference at my
first (but not last) ani concert. what an awesome night!!

------------------------------------------------->now an ig and ani
junkie....nicole

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>>she was saying that she and a friend often have this discussion about
"downsizing" to get back to the days when they travel around in a van and
sleep on couches at friends' houses and such. she was saying how much fun
that is and how much they miss it.  in the middle of the story, someone
from the audience yells out "amy." ani just kinda laughed, but then later
on the story someone yells out "amy ray" and ani says "yeah, amy ray."<<

interestingly, this kind of proves the point she was making.  when people
at a concert can predict which friend she's referring to, maybe it's time
to "downsize." i'm not making any judgments about it since they have both
discussed each other in published interviews, but i thought it was ironic.

g.

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hi :o)

        please tell me someone booted the gainesville show?? i have lots of
stuff to trade. i was at this concert and would really like a copy!

                                                        -heather

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hey y'all!

yep, barb and i were also at the ani show last night!  as was lisa t!
anyway, it was awesome.  the funniest part was between the opening act &
when ani started cuz we were sitting there and "all-of-a-sudden" there
was a mad rush to the pit area!  so we watched the older lady and this
young guy who were supposed to be security and they both looked
flustered and had no idea what to do... that was more than apparant!
i, for one, was glad we decided to stay back in our 6th row seats...
because we had a perfect view over top of the heads of those who were
rushing the stage!

anyway, one of the most notable things was when ani was introducing the
band and she mentioned the new gal julie.  and she said that julie's
parents were out in the audience, watching them perform for the first
time!  so, i nudge barb, and tell her this is the older couple directly
behind us.  (how?  well, when we were all applauding for julie's
parents... these folks were not applauding... so it was obviously them!
and i had that confirmed from overhearing them later after the show!)
at one point when they returned for one of the encores... julie started
playing the piano (keyboards) and it was really great... and then i'm
thinking "i wonder what song this is?".  then i hear julie's mom go
"hey, this is one that i know!"  turns out it was "gravel" but it sure
wasn't easy to tell that when the song first started!  but they really
rocked!

okay, that's about it... think everyone else covered the rest!

later,
twink!

p.s. - jill, where were you?  we missed you!  but hope to see you at
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hey folks,

real quick (i woke up an hour late!) -

rick posted the gainesville setlist, including:
>new song by amy.....  <something> gone

oh, wow... is this the song with the chorus that starts
"gone again, i'll be gone again"?

i was *so* sure that was a cover of some old australian
song, but maybe amy did write it after all...

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

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anyone interested in the answers to the 80's music trivia i sent out last
month, email me privately.

and thanks to those of you who clarified the fleadh festival in chicago for
me. =)

dee

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she's also in guitar world acoustic no. 26!

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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is anyone going to this show?  if so would you like to meet beforehand?

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sherlyn said
>rick posted the gainesville setlist, including:
>>new song by amy.....  <something> gone
>
>oh, wow... is this the song with the chorus that starts
>"gone again, i'll be gone again"?
um, just checking that this isn't the patti smith song...doesn't sound like
it from that description but ya never know...
(http://www.oceanstar.com/patti/lyrics/goneagin.htm).

and hey, i'm still seeking out feminist museek so keep 'em comin'...

http://www.angelfire.com/ma/artemis9/femlyrics.html

miss h.

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no it definitely was not the patti smith song...i was at the gainesville
show and not only did amy say she wrote it, i know the patti song...

but it was baeutiful...if anyone has the lyrics, i'd love to have
them...thanks!

kim

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here's an incredibly stupid-but-nagging question:  why don't ig have
their own website?

i know about the epic site which, imho, isn't very good (outdated, not
closely maintained, major design flaws that hose slower machines, etc.
and so on), i've seen many of the fabulous fan pages in the web ring and
i've seen the daemon site (which obviously isn't ig but -- well -- you
know).  but i'm surprised that they don't have their own site,
maintained by rcm or something.  i mean, of any band, it would seem ig
would want to have a central location in which they can control the
content, write their own unedited journals and have links to their
favorite pages and/or non-profit sites.

after all that babbling, any thoughts as to the lack of ig's own site in
cyberspace?

just curious...

-kate, who is also wondering when tickets for lilith fair in oregon and
washington will go on sale...

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sad sad sad sad about michelle. does anyone know who will open for them
at dartmouth now? hmm..... :)cate

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well when i went to write this i didn't think about it until i started but has
anyone seen the " what if?" page ?, i forgot where it is but i'll find it for
those of you who haven't seen it and post it later.  my favorite one is:
"what if amy looked up the word orange instead of indigo?"  he he!!  or what
if they were the indigo boys, eh?
anyway i actually have my own what if :
what would you do if you were given the chance to spend the day with both or
one of the indigo's?  where would you go? what would you do?  what kind of
things would you talk about?  would you take someone along?
now i'm sure we all have our ideas, but having as much respect as i know we
all do for amy and emily lets keep it clean. :)
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in a message dated 98-04-15 19:36:23 edt, you write:

<< what would you do if you were given the chance to spend the day with both
or
one of the indigo's?  where would you go? what would you do?  what kind of
things would you talk about?  would you take someone along? >>

i think i would take them on a tour through my town.  it's not much to look
at, but there's lots of history and everyone always thinks it's cool,
especially the historical district downtown in seville square.  i would not
take anyone with me because i am a selfish brat :) and i would want them all
to myself.

peace, harmony, and indigo,

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i feel so out of the loop. i've never seen the video... that i can
remember anyway.  where can i find it?
and does anyone know who'll be opening in carlisle?  that terri chick
opened last time i saw them and i didn't like her.  her sidekick's name
is ed.
if you know the answer to either of my ?'s, please reply and do it
privately.  thanks very muchly :)
~ jill :)

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sonia is going to be at iota in arlington on 5/7...anyone know anything about
this?

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at 04:21 pm 4/15/98 -0700, kathleen mulhern wrote:
>here's an incredibly stupid-but-nagging question:  why don't ig have
>their own website?
>
>i know about the epic site which, imho, isn't very good (outdated, not
>closely maintained, major design flaws that hose slower machines, etc.
>and so on), i've seen many of the fabulous fan pages in the web ring and
>i've seen the daemon site (which obviously isn't ig but -- well -- you
>know).  but i'm surprised that they don't have their own site,
>maintained by rcm or something.

there is a rcam site which i assume may someday grow up to be an ig site.
it's at <http://rcam.com>. of course it has said it's under construction
since gosh, last summer. based on my experience with rcam (i'm still not on
that damn mailing list - the one i have tried to get for at least half my
life) it will remain as it is for a least, ah, awhile. in other words,
don't hold your breath kiddies.

how about we start a "let deb run and maintain the ig web site" campaign :)
i know i'd do a much better job than anyone at rcam. hmmm, that might not
be saying much ;)

deb

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wowiejdm wrote:

> what would you do if you were given the chance to spend the day with both or
> one of the indigo's?  where would you go? what would you do?  what kind of
> things would you talk about?  would you take someone along?
> now i'm sure we all have our ideas, but having as much respect as i know we
> all do for amy and emily lets keep it clean. :)

yikes.  what a dangerous question to ask while i'm at work!  ;-)   emily would
probably want to go golfing, so i'd let her do that on her own.  i would take amy
down to wolf haven, definately.  it's one of my favorite places, although it's a
bit of a drive.  then maybe out for a nice, leisurely drink/dinner somewhere --
maybe the wild rose or the night light.  she's seen seattle, so a tour of this
place would probably be redundant for her.  then i'd talk to her about her nasty
habit of writing down and singing what's in my head.  ;-)

-kate, now in full draydream mode...

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wow, that subject heading doesn't make much sense.  it refers to a teeny article about
k's choice in this magazine called u magazine that gets stuck in our college newspaper
every so often and usually ends up in thick messy piles all over grounds (that means
campus, but we're not allowed to say that here at uva.)  so here's the ig reference:
truth be told (k's choice singer/guitarist sarah bettens) is most looking forward to
playing with the indigo girls.  "every time we see each other, we play something
together, and then everyone in our band has a glow around them for the next couple of
hours," she says of k's choice's jams with amy ray and emily saliers.  "they're such nice
people, it's almost like your faith in humanity is restored after spending time with
them."

that's all.  what a compliment, but we already knew all that anyway.  oh, and i heard
"the water is wide" from the lilith cd on the radio this morning.  it was great.  i
almost crashed my car when it came on.  well, not really.
                                stephanie


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at 07:30 pm 4/15/98 edt, wowiejdm wrote:
>what would you do if you were given the chance to spend the day with both or
>one of the indigo's?  where would you go? what would you do?  what kind of
>things would you talk about?  would you take someone along?

if it were emily, i would invite her to go golfing. if it were amy, i would
invite her to go have a beer. i would have fun with emily, and would have
deep converstion with amy. anyone can join me as long as they aren't as
cute as me :)

deb

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hello all

we have an extra copy of the curve magazine (march 98) with the second
half of the amy ray interview and would be glad to send it to the
first one who sends a mailing address.

tami & gary


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wow..if i had one day to spend with the girls what would i do?!?!?! the
possibilities are endless...i would probably just have em come over and chill
with me and my dogs...then i would have my mom cook up some food while a+e and
i sit outside by the pool stroking our guitars...i think i would just want to
have a casual day of hanging out rather than a day spent galavanting
about...the camera would not stop going off :)

jen

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date:         thu, 16 apr 1998 10:27:50 +1000
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hey guys,

kim said:
> no it definitely was not the patti smith song...i was at the gainesville
> show and not only did amy say she wrote it, i know the patti song...

i *still* think this song sounds just like some old australian rock
song that's been embedded in my subconscious... i just can't think
which song.  i can really imagine it being belted out by cold chisel
or somebody like that though...

> but it was baeutiful...if anyone has the lyrics, i'd love to have
> them...thanks!

here are the lyrics i got from the tape of the second sydney show -
it was a little unclear, but it was the best i could do...

cheers,
sherlyn


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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"this is the song that we are always just this side of singing..."
                                        - peter mulvey

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date:         wed, 15 apr 1998 19:41:15 -0400
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hey y'all!
can anyone tell me what time this show is going to start?
and while you're at it, tell me if you happen to know
where *exactly* on campus the concert will be held.
i live only 80 miles from memphis, and my sister goes
to school at u of m, but somehow i've not been able to
find out these specifics.  if anyone's privy to this top
secret (or so it seems to me) info, could ya pleeze pass it
my way?

leigh ann, who's looking forward to 2 indigo shows in a row
this weekend! (if i can get the scoop on this memphis thing!)

thanks ya'll

"what's your name?"
"mike."
"what's your name, mike?"
"sam."
             -sam & maggie, "addicted to love"

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date:         wed, 15 apr 1998 20:39:16 -0400
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date: wed, 15 apr 1998 13:29:08 -0800
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the permanent discount.  buy two cassettes, take $1.00 off.  aka as "buy
two or more cds and take a fifty cents off each cassettes."

shipping is $2.00 for the first cassette, 0.50 for each additional.


2.50    replacements, the       don't tell a soul  ri-sm        sire
records.  factory sealed.   paul westerberg and band - includes hit "i'll
be you."
k

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date:         wed, 15 apr 1998 20:44:53 -0400
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has anyone taped a great sounding version of the new version of gravel? did
anyone get a tape of umass (stoned and happy ani!) i have multitudes to
trade and a few footnotes:
pooh: it will be worth the 15 month wait: expect it soon...

jude: just found your tape of colby i made, i really suck sometimes, but i
have been busy!

sick as a dog with some virus, bored so i finally am getting to listen to
lilith ppv!

mike r.

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---------- forwarded message ----------
date: wed, 15 apr 1998 13:28:46 -0800
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subject: it's the cassette bargain bin!  (used cds)

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the permanent discount.  buy two cassettes, take $1.00 off.  aka as "buy
two or more cds and take a fifty cents off each cassettes."

shipping is $2.00 for the first cassette, 0.50 for each additional.

the cd list guy accepts just about any form of payment except credit cards!

remember!  there's only one of each so reserve with much haste!!

if you don't quite get how to order, just tell me what cassettes you want and
i'll take it from there!


2.50    ferron  phantom center  ri      1990 chameleon.  1995 earthbeat.
amg:  in listening to ferron's music, audiences are allowed to acknowledge
the passage of time, people, memories, and hopes through her poetic
metaphors.. her familiar vernacular, direct statements, enlightened
associations, warm, husky voice, and engaging stage presence have
permitted identification with her experiences and her process, her
struggles and her wisdom, universal anguish and strength.  amg review:
connecting rich, poetic, archetypal imagery with vibrant  musical textures,
[phantom center] is guaranteed to create an immediate emotional  impact.


2.50    terrorvision (with cameo by s. mclachlan)       manufacture  ri
        1990 nettwerk. includes guest vocalist sarah mclachlan.  amg:  ...a
variety of  metal, punk, and pop. though their guitars clank away, they
have bright, fizzy hooks that keep the band from sinking into a mass of
loud, grinding grunge. ...rock, metal, punk, and alternative reference
points while  always keeping the tenet of a dynamic melody at the core.

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date:         wed, 15 apr 1998 20:53:24 edt
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so people are always arranging list meets before concerts and posting stuff
like "i'll be wearing this during the concert;come over and let's meet" and
that kind of introduction-to-another-lister-arranging sort of thing.  however,
has anyone ever really devised a system or symbol which allows concert-goers
to recognize another listmember, without having planned it beforehand?  right
now, i am thinking selfishly of myself, seeing as how i am going to the april
24, 25, and 26 concerts, and i wish i could be able to recognize other listees
without having to post to the list and ask who's going and what do they look
like and where will we meet etc...  just a nice, simple little symbol which
lets people know that they may possibly "know" you from the list, but still
gives you the choice of going up and introducing yourself.  you know what i
mean?  here's what i propose: something like a blue ribbon pinned on to our
shirts, or a little armband... or, we could all go naked (that would make for
a lot of introductions, huh?) or, any other ideas?
okay, so this may not be a good idea. just please don't shoot me down.
~flora

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the extra curve magazine is spoken for.  you all are fast !!

tami


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i have a recurring dream whereby amy & emily are going through
indianapolis to a show in bloomington at iu and their bus breaks
down.  they call my father's welding shop and i happen to be there
that day (i only work for him on occasion).  the man on the phone
says it's a tour bus that's broken down on i-465, so i load up the
truck and head out only to find it's *their* bus.

i totally freak out in my mind.  i know they're probably in there
and i know how big a fan i am.  i go ahead and get the job done and
am giving the guy who contacted us the bill and i ask if they're
in there.  he pauses, looks back at the bus then at me and says
"yes."  i tell him how fortunate i was today.  i don't usually work
at my father's shop but today i felt i should and because i did i've
made sure that amy & emily will get to their next show.  he pauses
for a moment listening to me and tells me to wait here as he gets
back on the bus.

my mind races and i figure he's going to bring me out an autograph or
something like a guitar pick or something to remember the moment by.
but he doesn't.  he walks back out.  behind him come emily, then amy.

they walk towards me smiling.  emily says "<whatever the guy's name is>
tells me you're a fan."  i say "yes, very much so."  amy's staring at
me and i look at her and make eye contact.  she says "you had front row
tickets to a show, didn't you?"  i say "yes!  with my sister.  it was
the best concert experience of my life."  she asks what my favorite
part was.  i told her it was when we all sang "prostrate!" in closer
to fine (like the 1200 curfews version) which caused emily to laugh
so hard she missed the rest of that verse.  amy laughs out loud and
emily just smiles really big.  they both nod their heads thinking back
on it.  emily actually mentions she remembers doing that.

we talk for just a moment about various things, mostly relating to my
experiences at their concerts.  as the conversation draws to a close i
tell them how i don't usually work for my father and how fortunate i was
to be today.  they ask why i was so fortunate and i tell them because
through that i was able to meet both of them here at the most unlikely
of places.  they both smile, turn and walk back onto the bus thanking
me for the repairwork.  i have the feeling they enjoyed chatting with
me.

before leaving the guy pays for the bill and hands me two front row
tickets for tonight's show.  he tells me to come backstage after the
show and visit for a while.  i feel 100' tall inside. :)  i thank him
and tell him i will.  he goes back in the bus, a few seconds later it
pulls away as i watch all wide-eyed and bushy-tailed.

as i drive back to my father's shop my mind is spinning in happiness and
indigo-ness.  i'm singing a variety of their songs in a reverent glee of
sorts. :)  'i have just met amy and emily' penetrates my mind furiously.
such a wonderous feeling!

i always wake up after this part and i always feel really warm and happy.
i've had this dream no less than 5 times.  it's so vivid, so colorful.

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date:         wed, 15 apr 1998 19:25:24 -0700
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   does anyone have a boot of the union hall concert in arizona last
january! i can't beleive it's take me so long to get the boot i sang on.
i'll be sure to send ya'll my list of ig boots.
thnx,
ben
"jumping is easy and fallingis fun til you hit the sidewalk shivering and
stunned"

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date:         wed, 15 apr 1998 22:39:07 edt
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hey group!  if you don't have the new ani album (little plastic castle) i
recommend you go get it now!  i found it at wal-mart (of all places) earlier
this evening and i love it!  it kind of feels weird though - no flames,
please, but do tell me if you agree or disagree with me... it doesn't feel as
ani-ish as the other albums i have.... i don't know why... it's hard to
describe.  it's like, it's brighter than previous albums, (admittedly, i'm
talking about clip and dilate here) it just doesn't feel as dark as clip and
dilate... did that make sense?  if not, never mind!  :)

peace, harmony, and indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
  ~novitiate of suzanneglassism
   ~president, grlchasr26 fan club
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what you don't understand.  we are fortunate ones, fortunate
ones, i swear!"
   ~ amy ray
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---deb reiser <dreiser@wi.net> wrote:
>
> at 07:30 pm 4/15/98 edt, wowiejdm wrote:
> >what would you do if you were given the chance to spend the day
with both or
> >one of the indigo's?  where would you go? what would you do?  what
kind of
> >things would you talk about?  would you take someone along?
>
> if it were emily, i would invite her to go golfing.

emily golfs eh?  at the risk of sounding stupid, i will admit that i
didn't know that.  well, if emily golfs, then when we spend that day
together, she can teach me how to golf.  beth daniel was supposed to
teach me, but i'll take em as a teacher anyday :)  and since i'm gonna
work in the braves front office when i get out of school, we might as
well do this up in atlanta (even though we've got the pretty courses
down here) and then she can show me round the city.  we'll  take that
tour of turner field, catch the game, go down and say hey to chipper
and greg afterwards.  oh we should do this when the cubs are in town,
then we can all go out and party with the great god jeff blauser at
the end of the day.  amy and emily can play for us.  oh amy i almost
forgot about amy what a terrible sin that would be.  well, i guess i
would spend the evening convincing amy of the health benefits of
steak, and when i fail, give her a copy of the new "101 ways to
prepare tofu" cookbook.  soy beans, the great miracle food.  yeah that
sounds like a pretty good day :d

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gosh. of course i'd take amy out surfing with me. i would just love having
her sit next to me in the lineup. it would be so cool to share the surf
stoke i feel with her. so, it's sort of like repaying her for the
wonderful feelings i get from her music.
rb -it's been at least a month, and i have to go clean my room now. damn!

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date:         wed, 15 apr 1998 21:11:01 pdt
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hey everyone!
ok, here's the situation. i am supposed to write a classical argument
paper for english. i wanna do it on the indigo girls, but i am not quite
sure what to argue. if you don't know what classical argument is, it's
like you take a side and make points to prove your side and think of
counter-arguments and try to refute them too. for example, people are
doing something on home improvement and saying how it is an unrealistic
portrayal of the perfect family and that if real life families try and
copy them, it will only lead to trouble down the road, etc. we have to
analyze a song, movie, tv show too depending on what our topic is and i
was going to analyze "fugative" cuz i got some really good thoughts on
that song from some of you. (thank you by the way!) and i think it
discusses everything that could make for a good argument paper....media
and the stars, homosexuality, etc. anyays, if anyone knows the song and
could somehow help me out, i would really appreciate it! thanks a ton!!

peace, love, and indigo,

sara

p.s. and for those of you inquiring about the new ani cd, i really like
it too. it has kind of a "ska" theme to it.

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date:         thu, 16 apr 1998 00:39:43 -0400
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i think that this post was very honest and brings up some points that i
know i've tried to make in the past but was either flamed or censored...i
thank kerri for being so honest about her experience...

> i am writing to share my experience as a runner at the gainesville, fl
> show tonight.  i must say my time backstage was wonderful but taught me a
> lot about being a fan and how to act.  i guess i saw that emily and amy
> are people just like us (which shouldn't surprise me but sort of did) and
> that they have a right to privacy and to be left alone before, during and
> after a show.

i know what you mean here...i went to newport two years ago with a woman i
was *kind* of dating and some friends of hers...she had given them their
tickets as a wedding present and wanted to get their program autographed
after the girls' performance, so we had to wait around after the folk fest
had ended in case they actually came out to sign autographs.  i somehow
ended up with the program, standing in the crush of  young women who
screamed every time  anyone behind the fence moved.  i realized that if the
girls did indeed come out that all of the people in the park who were just
packing up and keeping half an eye out would trample me or squash me
against the fence.  it was a real eye-opening experience for me...
>but what i also saw was how scroungy some
> fans, including myself, can get.  scraps of paper signed by the artists
or
> a songlist are fought over by a lot of people and i don't know how good i
> felt about waiting outside their door to get an autograph.  i understand
> we all want memorabilia, and the chance to be backstage is rare (if it
> ever comes again) but i sort of feel silly.  it is almost as if putting
> someone on a pedestal (music artist or star, etc) is sort of unfair to
> yourself and to the artist.

at the risk of being flamed by you all this sums up exactly how i felt when
i started that blasted goddess post...


in my personal quest to balance my fan
> status with feeling ok about how i handle myself around them, i tried to
> stay away and give them their space but i also felt like i was losing the
> only chance i may have had to talk to them and tell them something
> profound (always a goal)...so in the end i felt twisted
> inside, trying to be a fan and a person i think they would want to meet
> without my having to approach them.

i've been here too...i had the opportunity to meet amy and emily through a
friend of mine who knows everyone in atlanta, and i backed away from it.  i
think that if i meet anyone, it should be in a situation where we are all
peers or equals and not where i feel like a slobbering idiot against their
"greatness".  they are great, but they, like us, are just people who are as
good as they can be--a goal that we all need to strive for, me more than
most, i'm sure.

> overall i learned that i love the indigo girls but i don't need to dream
> about being their friend or hanging out, a fantasy i am sure we have all
> had.  it is not a reality for most of us and i think that from now on i
> will listen to the music, and go to the shows, and have agood time with
my
> friends drinking a beer afterward, not wishing i was drinking with the
> indigo girls.

at the risk of being flamed i want to point out that we are all great in
our own ways. i disagree with many of you on this list and am constantly
annoyed by some of you, but that doesn't change the fact that you are all
wonderful people worth knowing.  maybe we should recognize that greatness
in each other and try to bring the girls off the pedastals we (at least
most of us) put them on.  i am most afraid of those of us who have enormous
potential to do great things for this planet and instead expend massive
amounts of time and energy "worshipping" someone else.  how about deciding
to something more often than on amy and emily's birthdays? how about
picking a cause dear to you and not just because the indigo girls endorse
it? how about living the way we feel we should (such as the examples that
the girls set) instead of just exhorting about how great they are?  i know
that there are many people on this list who already do, but i am also aware
of some who fit the description of the awestruck fans i gave above.  i
think we should all reflect on kerri's experience and thank her for sharing
it.  thanks kerri! i got something out of it, at least...
        peace,
     sharoane

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whoa, i missed the original post for sure...

> i just wanted to write one more amendment to my previous apology note
i remember seeing that apology and i was wondering why it was necessary in
the first place.  we all mess up from time to time...there is no standard
of knowing lyrics that makes one an indigo girls fan...

i love that song for that very reason. i messed that post up
> by then quoting closer to fine, and apparently i really offended some
> people. i received sooo many messages and spent my workday  deleting
> these insulting replies.

i, too, have been majorly flamed for what i consider minor points.  i'll be
the first to admit that i sometimes deserve to be criticised, but being
flamed for misquoting the indigo girls is really insulting, all right.  i
don't know who appointed certain members of this list "list god(desses) but
they really need to climb down off their high horses and remember that we
all deserve some respect and a little less harshness.

> my friends,
> however,
> were also shocked that people such as indigo girls biggest fans would be
> so damn judgmental and condescending.  i guess that i'm
> writing now just to say that it was such a stupid, innocent mistake,
> and it's a good thing that i don't get embarassed, because i would
> probably have quit this list after receiving those messages.

if i knew who did it, i'd personally ask sheryln to ask those folks to
leave.  why do some people insist on picking at every little thing that
they find personally offending on this list??  i know that after the last
thing i was flamed for and i apologized, many many people wrote me kind
letters asking me if so-and-so happened to be one of the flamers and
wouldn't you know it, that individual was.  apparently she can't remember
the spirit of the music we all love (pretty ironic considering her
signature) and instead lashes out with opinions that apparently must be
right, since she has them.  there are plenty of days when i want to just
quit  this list in disgust, but for every bad thing about it there are ten
good ones...like this--

>but i wanted to thank
> those of you who were kind enough to send me sweet, caring, and
> understanding messages, you have allowed me to keep the faith and,
> to remember that "you've gotta laugh at yourself... you'd cry your
> eyes out if you didn't..."

people...can't we try and be a little nicer to each other? life is way too
short to be mean and snippy and self-righteous all the time...
       peace,
            sharoane

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you know...maybe we need to get an ani list started up amongst us!
heehee...
  peace,
     sharoane, who really doesn't mind the ani posts.

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hello all,
   i was watching vh1's my generation and there is a category where there
is an imaginary web page address of some famous artist. can you guess this one


www.closertofine.com

yeah indigo girls


just thought i'd share


michelle

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ok well you don't have to live in nyc.. just close to it...
atlanta acoustic and rock singer michelle penn will be playing a show tonight
april 16th at the spiral in nyc.. i belive the spriral is located on houston
street..
this is a rock show with full band.. so if you happen to be nearby, check it
out..

tune

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hey folks,

i found this on the newsgroup...

-sherlyn
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sherlyn koo - sherlyn@fl.net.au                  [sydney, australia]
"this is the song that we are always just this side of singing..."
                                        - peter mulvey

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lilith lineup takes shape; arista set due

by larry leblanc
billboard
bpi

toronto (april 14) - as the lineup for the 1998 edition of last summer's
standout lilith fair tour takes further shape with revelations of some of the
second-stage acts, nettwerk/arista records is readying release of ''lilith
fair: a celebration of women in music,'' which documents 1997's 35-date,
70-artist trek. the two-cd album will be issued worldwide april 28.

a full list of performers and dates for this year's 57-date lilith fair has yet
to be finalized. main-stage artists confirmed so far include lilith originator
sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, indigo girls, erykah badu, sinead o'connor,
sheryl crow, missy elliott, bonnie raitt, tracy bonham, queen latifah, meredith
brooks, liz phair, luscious jackson, emmylou harris, neneh cherry, holly cole,
and lisa loeb. not all artists play all dates.

among the acts that will be performing on the tour's second stage are k's
choice, billie myers, mono, imani coppola, beth orton and lhasa. a full roster
of the acts is expected to be announced thursday in los angeles.

lilith fair 1998 will kick off june 19 in seattle with mclachlan, indigo girls,
merchant, badu, and o'connor headlining on the main stage, and k's choice,
myers, and lhasa on the second stage.

terry mcbride, mclachlan's manager and co-executive producer with the
singer/songwriter of the 25-track album, expects there will be several major
last-minute ''surprise'' performances this year.

''we're working with three or four big  1/8artist 3/8 camps with the
opportunity of having their artists show up for at least one show,'' he says.
''it could be aretha franklin, madonna, janet jackson, or alanis morissette.
those are the sort of  1/8artists 3/8 we've been talking to. if we know one day
ahead of time, we can accommodate these artists. we also expect to go to europe
in the second week of september.''

mclachlan says that with last year's substantial success, this year's lilith
fair has significantly more clout. ''lilith was a baby last year,'' she says.
''we are in a better position now because a lot of artists who said no last
year probably didn't know who i was or what lilith fair was. now it has a track
record. there are more  1/8artists 3/8 interested in being a part of it now.''

for those fans and artists who attended last year's lilith fair, the two-hour,
20-minute album might seem like a wonderful souvenir. for those who didn't
attend, the recording, with 50 percent of the proceeds being donated to the
rape, abuse & incest national network and lifebeat, offers an astonishing
overview of contemporary pop and folk.

among the 25 artists featured on the album are mclachlan, paula cole, indigo
girls, the cardigans, abra moore, lisa loeb, susanna hoffs, joan osborne,
emmylou harris, meredith brooks, patty griffin, dar williams, shawn colvin,
bonham, and victoria williams.

''i'm proud of the album,'' says mclachlan. ''it was very tough to sequence.
it's nice to mix up the music as much as possible, but the songs flow really
well together. a big desire for me was to give a platform for young artists.''

for arista/nashville newcomer moore, performing five dates on last year's
lilith fair was an exciting experience surpassed only, perhaps, by being
included on the two-cd set. she's returning for six dates this year. ''it's an
impressive list of performers, and i'm honored being there,'' she says.

''lilith fair is a very well-run festival,'' says dar williams, who performed
at five lilith fair shows last year and returns this year for six dates.
''lilith did treat its artists well and brought in some artists that were off
the beaten path. there was something about the feeling backstage that really
facilitated dropping your ego a bit.''

adds bonham, who performed at five lilith fair shows last year and returns for
six this year, ''there wasn't any attitude of, 'let me wail off this riff, and
everybody else can follow me.' ''

arista records is utilizing both direct and broad-based marketing strategies in
promoting the set. ''this is more than just a women's record,'' says ari
martin, senior director of artist development (u.s.) at arista records. ''it
1/8features 3/8 some of the best artists in contemporary pop. of course, the
core audience are fans of these artists and those who attended last year's tour
dates.''

label executives have pointedly chosen not to select a focus track to promote
the album. ''we're working this as a full album, and we expect people to pick
and choose  1/8their own tracks 3/8,'' says martin.

mclachlan says that lilith fair will run until at least 1999, after which it
will be re-evaluated. ''then we might take a break, a year off, or start
something else,'' she says.

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date:         thu, 16 apr 1998 16:52:00 -0700
reply-to:     ian carandang <bluefur@pacific.net.ph>
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to anna h., and whoever else in lurkdom out there:

        i have just gotten the tapes of the sydney shows from the ever-amazing
sherlyn, so if any of you would want a copy, send me some blanks and a
self-addressed stamped-envelope, etc. etc.......e-mail me for the details.
it's in the spirit of ig to share this stuff.....as long as you aren't put
off by ian the onstage buttinski at the end....<g>

ps. to anna: i never got back to you about the jcs superstar video....and
do you have watershed?? write me please....:)

peace.......
ian c.

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<claps hands, whistles..>

> if i knew who did it, i'd personally ask sheryln to ask those folks to
> leave.  why do some people insist on picking at every little thing that
> they find personally offending on this list??  i know that after the last
> thing i was flamed for and i apologized, many many people wrote me kind
> letters asking me if so-and-so happened to be one of the flamers and
> wouldn't you know it, that individual was.

        i was one of the ones who wrote to her....and was quite surprised to read
that. just how many people _have_ been flamed by................you know
who? (to the one reading this: yes, i am referring to you!! flame me if you
will, but thanks to your kind words, all posts from you get an automatic
delete since you're not worth the effort.) i am sorry if that sounds kind
of harsh (i can hear sherlyn now: "take it to private e-mail, people....."
but you have no idea how............surprising it is to get that sort of
thing in your mailbox from an ig-lovers site........you'd think we would be
more tolerant than most........

>  apparently she can't remember
> the spirit of the music we all love (pretty ironic considering her
> signature) and instead lashes out with opinions that apparently must be
> right, since she has them.

        well, that person knows who she(?) is..............probably won't make
much difference tho............

ian c.

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in a message dated 98-04-16 00:39:26 edt, isis1@megalink.net wrote:

<<  i am most afraid of those of us who have enormous
potential to do great things for this planet and instead expend massive
amounts of time and energy "worshipping" someone else.  how about deciding
to something more often than on amy and emily's birthdays? how about
picking a cause dear to you and not just because the indigo girls endorse
it? how about living the way we feel we should (such as the examples that
the girls set) instead of just exhorting about how great they are?   >>

excellent post.  i'm one who would never send money to support a cause simply
because a rock star (or anyone else) is endorsing it.  as much as i love the
indigo girls, listen to their music all the time and want to get to know other
people who love the girls, i would never want their autograph or to talk to
them.  i want to enjoy their art, but when it is their private time, when they
are "not working", not on the stage, then they deserve privacy just like
anybody else.

wmntime

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has anyone heard of a murmurs cd called underdog if so when did it come
out i never heard of it i hvae th eir
self tittled
5 song cd white rabbit
new cd pristine smut

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> who is "the flamer"? she's probably the same idiot who flames me
everytime i
> write anything :(

        well, maybe if we find out just how _many_ people have been burned, maybe
we can actually _do_ something about it...................

ian c.

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        hey just a catch-up to the mail from me that just went up....that was
supposed to be private and i clicked the wrong icon.....sorry for the
wasted bandwidth people, an honest (and dumb, i admit it, heh-heh)
mistake........:)

ian c.

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just read this in the outvoice digest and thought you all might be
interested! :)

deanna


reposted from:
cd universe <http://www.cduniverse.com>
the big bang newsletter
volume 2, issue 29, released - april 15, 1998

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

shame on you -  say indigo girls to tobacco giant's music label

the indigo girls have joined a protest concert against tobacco company
philip morris and its womanthing music label. the benefit, called virginia
slam! 2, targets the imprint's use of music to sell a deadly product and
will be held april 27 at irving plaza in new york city. cds released by
womanthing music 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.

link directly to the indigo girls discography:
http://www.cduniverse.com/programs/cdubin.exe/rlinka/ean=indigo+girls/

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if i could spend a whole day with amy & emily, we'd hang out at my house
for a little while, and then go walk around in the desert in sw wyoming.
it's really beautiful there, and we could talk about life and be
reflective.....

my first reaction was that yeah, i'd take my closest friends, just 'cause
i'm a wonderful person ;)   but no....i think i'd want a&e to myself.  i'm
kinda quiet, so if other people were there, i'd never talk (my friends are
almost as big fans as i am, so they'd have tons to say to a&e), which is
the whole idea of going out to the middle of nowhere with them.

rich benson
',,'',,''
rlben@gnv.ifas.ufl.edu
',,'',,''
http://gnv.ifas.ufl.edu/~rlben/
',,'',,''
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i was wide-eyed and dancing
        -amy ray, "joking"
',,'',,''

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i've e-mailed people from time to time about mis-quoted lyrics.
i certainly didn't mean it as a flame.  i e-mailed someone the
other day about a mis-quote in soy and quote a reply saying
"yeah, yeah, whatever ... i was in a hurry and blah blah blah."

i didn't mean to offend you! or anyone i reply to.  there are
lots of lyrics i have had wrong for years.  in fact i've only
recently found out the part in h&n where emily sings "now i
know a refuge never grows, from a chin in a hand *in* a thoughtful
pose..."  i always thought it was "chin in a hand *and* a thoughtful
pose, gotta tend the earth if you want a roooooooooooooooooose!". :)

we all make mistakes.  some of them are really understandable too
because some of the lyrics are hard to decipher (like "offered up a
crystal bottle of blue, where there was one there shall be two" for
example).

*** so *** to everyone on the list who gets offended by people
replying mis-quoted lyrics.  don't just assume they(we)'re flaming
you.  don't take it as an insult to your intelligence and "how dare
you be on the indigo girls list when you can't quote house at pooh
corner from memory!" type attitudes.  it's not always the case.

sometimes we just want to help!  i quote john lennon: "i don't believe
in beatles, i just believe in me."  good point there, after all he was
"the walrus."  i could be "the walrus" but i'd still have to bum rides
off of people.  peace and thoughtful cheers.

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<< like your faith in humanity is restored after spending time with
them." >>

okay- this is the best description i've ever heard for explaining that amazing
sense you carry with you after getting to be in their energies. it is really
powerful when other musicians (their peers) express the same feelings we
(their fans) try to describe.

you know, most people have said that given a day to spend with amy and emily,
it would be spent showing them around your respective hometowns. i think that
is so sweet. i'd gladly do that too but my first choice is to have them show
me around their hometown, seeing all the places that nurtured them and helped
them birth their values, ideas, and music.

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howdy all,
    todays the day..........!
the line up and scedule will be announced at a live press confrence at
www.lilithfair.com     today at 2:30 pst

gonna be a lilith groupie!   whee!


michele

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date:         thu, 16 apr 1998 10:00:09 -0400
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ok, many of you don't have great boot tapes and therefore don't
want them put on cd.  well i have two really great shows (almost
1200 curfews quality) that i'll offer on cd-r.  you don't need to
send any tapes, just send a blank cd-r with sase.  here's the info:

1st one - ben & jerry's newport folk festival 1992
          73 minutes, 50 seconds
setlist:
----
world falls
pushing the needle too far
<there was a 35 second section of the girls talking about a splinter
  in amy's foot that i had to get rid of to make it fit on one 74 minute
  cd-r, so you'll hear a bit of a change here.
crazy game (totally awesome version)
welcome me
hammer & nail
love's recovery
land of canaan
summertime
joking (pre-rights of passage version, nice to see how it progressed)
ghost (another pre-rop version, very different harmonies on it)
kid fears (the audience sings)
prince of darkness
(encore)
watershed
uncle john's band

*yes*  that's right, no closer to fine as closer!!!

======
2nd one - live on mountain stage, 1997?
          21 minutes, 36 seconds
setlist:
----
get out the map
don't give that girl a gun
power of two (take one, emily is capo'd on the wrong fret)
power of two (take two, she nails it baby!)
everything in its own time (very haunting)
hey kind friend
galileo
chickenman (nice harmonica)
-- i can fill the rest of the disk (another 50+ minutes) with
    other songs from other boots, but i haven't found any as
    clear as these.  if i do i'll post follow-ups.

===========

they are both in stereo, excellent quality.  the b&jff disc has some
wind noise in it the mic's pickup (not bad at all, but there), live on
mountain stage was (i believe) recorded from a live radio broadcast.

if anyone would like one (or both) send blank cd-r(s), along with properly
postage'd (yes i use it as a verb:) sase(s).

        rick hodgin
         + re: b&jff cd-r
         +  - or -
         + re: loms cd-r
        481 beverly drive
        zionsville, in  46077
        usa

  *^*^*^*^*
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*  _/ \_  *
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    * _ *

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at 08:34 am 4/16/98 -0400, rick hodgin wrote:

>sometimes we just want to help!  i quote john lennon: "i don't believe
>in beatles, i just believe in me."  good point there, after all he was
>"the walrus."  i could be "the walrus" but i'd still have to bum rides
>off of people.  peace and thoughtful cheers.
>

actually, if you wanna get nitpicky, "the walrus was paul."

;)

jendy

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> lilith fair 1998 will kick off june 19 in seattle with mclachlan, indigo girls,
> merchant, badu, and o'connor headlining on the main stage, and k's choice,
> myers, and lhasa on the second stage.

heyyyy.  i thought a) the lilith fair didn't reach seattle until the 20th
of june after kicking off in portland (?) and b) it wasn't actually going
to be in seattle but down in the gorge at george.  any clarification?

--ariel
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honestly free.  sometimes lila just let herself look at a lot of ordinary
things in a magnificent way."
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ok..my sister and dad and i are big indigo girls fans. we're going to
the msu concert but it's killing us that we can't go to the memphis one
b/c we don't know anyone that can get us in!!! :(
so here is our plea..is there anyone that can get us in??? please???
we would be so grateful!!!!! seeing the girls 2 night in a row..is like
a dream! :)
can anyone help???????

lamia, lel, and ed...!

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date:         thu, 16 apr 1998 08:51:19 -0700
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hey all...

i was wondering about starting a newthread, if peole don't find it
annoying...

1) do you listen to all of the ig cds constantly, or do one or two seem to
stay in your cd player??

i really like rop and so theyre always with me.  i'm not that fond of sots
so i rarely listen to it

2) what's your favorite cd of the girls, if you had to choose? why?
i love the two above mentioned- i love the girls' slow songs, and the
songs on those two cds are really personal to me...


also....

i'm interested in acquiring these boots- las cruces, orpheum, study hall,
sisters of the sun daughters of the moon, and the independent releases
volume 2&3 (leeves that break my heart, and the other one) if anyone has
these and wants to trade, please let me know...my boot page is listed
below..thanks!!

                  with  love, and all things indigo

                                always,
                                   jeanette
            http://members.tripod.com/~jeanettelynn/boots.html

             ***************************************************
                everything that i believe is wrong with you
                            is wrong with me
                everything i truly love, i love in you and
                            i love in me
                                            ** amy ray
             ***************************************************

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help! who in tallahassee can sing like amy ray ??? please write me if you
want to start a low-key band or know of someone who would want to.  laura
----------------------------------------------------------------
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date:         thu, 16 apr 1998 09:22:45 pdt
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rick wrote:
>> after all he was "the walrus."

then jendy said:
>actually, if you wanna get nitpicky, "the walrus was paul."

so i must toss in:
paul is dead!!! ;p

jill

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date:         thu, 16 apr 1998 12:34:35 -0400
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---------- forwarded message ----------
date: thu, 16 apr 1998 08:05:35 -0800
from: "cdlistguy@earthlink.net" <cdlistguy@earthlink.net>
to: mark anthony donajkowski <madonajk@alpha.delta.edu>
subject: murmurs promo

>i want this murmurs cd can you give me a set list for it please and a year
>on it
>> 8.00 murmurs, the    underdog  adv-nb
>this is the 2 girls caue i never heard of this cd before i hvae by them
>pristine smut
>white rabbit
>the murmurs

mark,

the description explains everything:

their latest
album under its original name, "underdog."  they changed it to "pristine
smut," for the official release -collector's item!!

they changed the title of the album to pristine smut right before it was
released.  some promos had already been issued under the old name
"underdog."  although the packaging is "rare," the cd itself has the same
songs as "pristine smut."

matthew

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anyone got this?  i'd really love it, and would certainly work out some kind
of trade for it.  let me know, thanks!

court

p.s. wasn't it a great show??

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date:         thu, 16 apr 1998 12:33:18 -0400
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hello all!
        well i have to say that indigo girls are constantly being played
in my stereo and i have now gotten my roommates totally hooked on the
girls. one of them even loves shaming of the sun which i admit was my
least favorite in the beginning but has now grown on me. well to answer
the questions placed before us i rotate ig cd's in my sterreo but i have
to say that strange fire and 1200 curfews are the ones most played.
starneg fire is by far my favorite! the songs are beautiful and very
meaniful for me. so i guess that's it for now!

peace,
rachel=)

"you are as beautiful as truth and as empty as a shell"
                                ~emily saliers

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date:         thu, 16 apr 1998 12:42:51 -0400
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just so you know...
i don't think that any of us mind the friendly point-out post, but what we
hate
is being flamed by certain individuals on this list.  i know that i've
never been flamed by rick, but
let me tell you i've been blasted by the same folks several times for
insignifigant things that could have been handled a lot more effectively by
a simple  "just fyi, ...:-)"
>
> *** so *** to everyone on the list who gets offended by people
> replying mis-quoted lyrics.  don't just assume they(we)'re flaming
> you.  don't take it as an insult to your intelligence and "how dare
> you be on the indigo girls list when you can't quote house at pooh
> corner from memory!" type attitudes.  it's not always the case.
and a lot of the time, it is the case.  you summed up the attitude
perfectly.
no one is a better fan than anyone else...
   chew on that (not you rick! :-))
       peace,
                   sharoane

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you know that feeling, ya know, that *feeling*? that feeling that your
every muscle fiber is like curled and about to spring?  that feeling
that your neurons are firing away and you're snapping with electricity?
that feeling that your brain is on *fire*?  when your limbs are weak and
your digits tremble and your eyes can't focus and you've gotta pee like
every 20 minutes and no matter what, you always look like spit warmed
over.... no no wait, you *feel* like spit warmed over.  you *look* like
the lost member of ac/dc, with yer hair every which way and your clothes
like you got dressed in the dark.  and everything fun you want to do,
you can't do because you're forever consumed by what you *ought* to be
doing (which is, oddly, *never* what it is you're doing at the time).
and no matter what you do, you never catch up?  think "i ran as hard as
i could, still ended up *here*"-- i feel it em, i feel it!  ya know?  ya
know?  do ya really? don't lie to me now.  really still?
oh good.
hee.

jill

oooh i need some swamp ophelia, ohhh ohhhh ohhhh do i need to hear amy
telling me all skate now reverse aaaaaah good god em gimme dat language
or the kiss, argh just gimme something calm in this dorm room...

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>
> the extra curve magazine is spoken for.  you all are fast !!
>
> tami
>

i also have an extra copy of the march curve magazine- if anyone still
needs it, email me.


elsa =)

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>
>rick wrote:
>>> after all he was "the walrus."
>
>then jendy said:
>>actually, if you wanna get nitpicky, "the walrus was paul."
>
>so i must toss in:
>paul is dead!!! ;p
>
>jill

well, then, i'll jump in too!!
my brother told me that the paul is dead rumor was started on my campus,
eastern michigan, by some guy named tom tom.  i don't remember when that
happened, but thats what my bro told me.  weeeeeee  nigc!!!
carol

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my favorite ig cd will always be nomads, indians, and saints since it
was the first cd of theirs that i bought.  i love how ig music seems to
always find its way into special and memorable moments in my life.  it
is truly a wonderful thing.

well, class calls.  these pst two weeks that i've been part of the list
have been very cool, and i've never received so many e-mails in one
night in my life!! :)

-paula

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wmntime wrote:

> excellent post.  i'm one who would never send money to support a cause simply
> because a rock star (or anyone else) is endorsing it.  as much as i love the
> indigo girls, listen to their music all the time and want to get to know other
> people who love the girls, i would never want their autograph or to talk to
> them.  i want to enjoy their art, but when it is their private time, when they
> are "not working", not on the stage, then they deserve privacy just like
> anybody else.

well now.  don't i feel like the perfect ass.  i have amy's and emily's autographs
and i sent some money to the north american neighborhood association for amy's
birthday.  i thought the ladder was a nice gesture for her birthday (and it's
also, while not my number one cause celebre, a worthy one and one that i feel
should be supported whether or not amy is involved), and the former -- well, it
was '89 and everyone was in line backstage to get their autographs, so i lined up
and did likewise.  i ended up talking to them about non-music, non-fan stuff (amy
= tatoos and emily = our fear of skiing), but i did still get their autographs.

does all the above mean i can't think for myself and that i am invading their
privacy?

-kate

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so this is kinda pointlessly amusing.  oh well. =)

that line in "power of two" -- "i took us for better and i took us for
worse"?  till right now when i got to open my brand-spankin'-used copy of
swamp ophelia (three cheers for disc go 'round!), i would've sworn up and
down that emily was saying "a tuckas for better, a tuckas for worse."  if
anyone knows yiddush, well, this doesn't make much sense. =)

(fyi, 'tuckas' is my mangling transliteration of a yiddush word that's
probably best translated to 'bottom'. =)
--ariel
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those trances and portents!..
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date:         thu, 16 apr 1998 13:26:00 -0400
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as no less than 10 people have informed me the b&j newport folk fest
is from 1991, not 1992.

my apologies!

i would also like to retract any and all statements i may or may not
have made earlier about how a lot of people on this list are just trying
to be helpful by correcting someone.  some of them are clearly not.
heheeheh  just kidding! :)  psyche!  gotcha!

btw, that "i quote john lennon..." line was taken directly from ferris
bueller's day off.  ferris says that at one point.  anyone remember it?

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date:         thu, 16 apr 1998 13:26:15 -0400
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ok, the live at mountain stage cd offer also has a side b which
isn't indigo girls.  a few people have asked what else i could
put on it ... so here is the set list from side b:

cradle and all (ani difranco)
the wolf (catie curtis)
when the silence falls (janis ian)
maryland (vonda shepard)
just enough (toshi reagon)
notion (barbar kessler)
letting go (fiona joyce)
wild horse (eliza gilkyson)
thru cryin (kristen hall)
if you leave me now (laura love) <---- this song is totally cool!
  --- i would love to hear ani difranco and laura love do a song
  --- together.  with her rippin' bass and ani's rippin' acoustic
  --- style!!!!  forget about it. hehehe :)
testimony (ferron)
off the ground (christine kane)

i also have sunny came home from a boot of a lilith fair show,
and a not-so-good boot of big yellow taxi from the same show.

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has anyone ever heard of tina & the b-side movement?  i know they always
talk about the girls, and i was just wondering if anyone has any info on
them...  kristi

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sherlyn koo wrote:

> lilith fair 1998 will kick off june 19 in seattle with mclachlan, indigo girls,
> merchant, badu, and o'connor headlining on the main stage, and k's choice,
> myers, and lhasa on the second stage.

hm... i thought lilith was kicking off in oregon.  i keep checking ticketmaster but
tickets for oregon and washington have yet to go on sale.  anyone know anything
about this?  i suppose i could just go to the web page, huh?

-kate

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date:         thu, 16 apr 1998 12:14:27 -0700
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rick hodgin wrote:
> btw, that "i quote john lennon..." line was taken directly from ferris
> bueller's day off.  ferris says that at one point.  anyone remember it?

anyone? . . . anyone? . . .

:-)

tom

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ok, enough people have asked me where they can get blank cd-r discs
that i'm going to stop sending individual replies to people.  here
goes:

you can get them at big places like comp usa or best buy for around
$5 each.  if you do a little shopping around and find a local mom-and-
pop type place you can usually pick them up for around $2, some come
with jewel cases others just come in a paper covering.  they all work
the same so the only difference would be if you wanted the jewel case.

tell them you're looking for "blank recordable cd's" and ask for 74
minute versions (i think they still sell a few 85 minute ones, but they
won't work in all systems).

if you have any other questions, please e-mail.

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at 12:14 pm 4/16/98 -0700, tom jobes wrote:
>rick hodgin wrote:
>> btw, that "i quote john lennon..." line was taken directly from ferris
>> bueller's day off.  ferris says that at one point.  anyone remember it?
>
>anyone? . . . anyone? . . .

yeah:

"i quote john lennon, 'i don't beleieve in beatles, i just believe in me.'
he's got a point there.  of course he was the walrus.  i could be the
walrus, i'd still have to bum rides off people."  --ferris bueller.

i love that line.

have a good day, y'all!

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hi, y'all,

last summer i did a newbie boot offer, and posted my list of
boots.  at the time my handle was "tomcat@netcom.com".   i've
just recently rejoined the list after being off for several
months  - i'd gotten a bit oversaturated in the excitement
leading up to the sots release.

anyway, sometime along the way i managed to delete all my copies
of my own boot list %^(.  does anyone out there still have an old
copy they could e-mail me, to save me having to retype it?

thanks in advance,
tom

ps  i *think* i completed all my trades, etc before i unsubscribed
last summer, but if anyone out there's wondering "where the &#%$
is that tape that guy was supposed to send me", let me know :-)

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is this a fav cd thread...ok.  well, i suppose i'm gonna go with swamp
ophilia.  i always want it to be an older cd or something, but ya just
cant beat it!!  yeah.
i bet sarah's fave is rites of passage. i'm not sure, but i think it is.
it's always the one she puts in most.

love,
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(btw, i'm still getting asked this, cd-r is "blank recordable cd"
it's officially designated as cd-r or cdr for short.)

i've scanned in side b of the live on mountain stage boot tape.
i think it's called women's work.  it will fill up the extra space
on that mountain stage cd perfectly, it's 48:41 long, and ther was
about 51 minutes of space left.  this is excellent quality stuff,
too, at least as good as the mountain stage side of the tape.

setlist:

live on mountain stage:
get out the map
don't give that girl a gun
power of two (two takes)
everything in its own time
hey kind friend
galileo
chickenman
women's work:
cradle and all (ani difranco)
the wolf (catie curtis)
when the silence falls (janis ian)
maryland (vonda shepard)
just enough (toshi reagon)
notion (barbar kessler)
letting go (fiona joyce)
wild horse (eliza gilkyson)
thru cryin (kristen hall)
if you leave me now (laura love)  <--- oh baby!  this one's funky!
testimony (ferron)
off the ground (christine mcvee.  no!  christine kane.  sorry.)
total:  about 73 minutes

hey!  if you get both of the cd's then i could put the splinter thing
back on the second disk to fill up the extra space to 74 minutes. :)
i've actually had a couple people request that part. hehehe :)

take care, listees!

ps - to all of you who have been responding to me all day with a
     constant stream of e-mail ... aren't you supposed to be doing
     something?  like working or studying or going to a class?  :)
     oh?  me?  uh ... i'm just taking the day off.  yeah, that's it!

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date:         thu, 16 apr 1998 12:46:56 -0700
reply-to:     "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
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>
> i've scanned in side b of the live on mountain stage boot tape.
> i think it's called women's work.  it will fill up the extra space

uh...."women's work" is a legit, available for purchase collection
on putamayo records.   given how many artists on the collection are
themselves smaller scale, i dont think booting this is such a good idea.
live ig shows are one thing, but actual purchasable collections
are another. let's not take away royalties form those folks.

just my two cents...

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i have a couple of quick questions......

1. could someone tape the vh1 celebration of music: lilith fair show?
i will gladly trade with anyone who is willing to do that for me!     i
believe it is on tonight at 12 and saturday at 6???

2. did anyone save the post with the lyrics to amy's new "moment of
forgiveness" song? could you send them to me?

   thank you guys and gals!!! :) cate

"rain soaked and voice choked like silence screaming in a dream, i
search for our absolute distinction. not content to bow and bend to the
whims of culture that swoop like vultures eating us away to our
extinction..." *emily

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date:         thu, 16 apr 1998 16:28:41 edt
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hey,

i was just wondering what everybody's take on don't give that girl a gun
is...

amy

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date:         thu, 16 apr 1998 16:10:09 -0400
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subject:      sigc: virginia slam related...

ok, i was browsing through the entertainment insert in the baltimore sun,
and i came upon a full page ad that gives info about dueling divas, where
you vote for the best local female band.  and guess who this is sponsered
by...that's right, virginia slims company.  isn't this the same kind of
thing that ig would fight?  it just kind of stuck out at me...it'd be a
cool kind of thing, but i'm not for the sponsorship of it...anyway, just
thought that i'd share...

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date:         thu, 16 apr 1998 14:25:53 -0600
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subject:      (igc)  pbs tv show "on tour"

so i'm a late night pbs junkie.  what can i say.  last night they had
meat load (....oops meat loaf) and some other bands that should have long
been retired.

at the end of the show, they had a trailer for "next week on tour."  it
was none other than our beloved indigo girls.  i have no more information
other than this.  they won't be the only band featured--smashing pumpkins
and goo goo dolls will also be on.

for those in the colorado area, it's pbs channel 12 (kbdi...not krma).
wednesday nights from 11:30-12:30.  on tour also has a website at:
http://www.pbs.org/kcet/ontour/   however, i find that it's usually way
out of date and never current with what's actually going to be shown.
local affiliates also have a lot of leeway in which re-runs they show (so
if they say april 18, so and so's going to be playing, you're local
channel might show a different one).

hope that helps someone out there.

l'sly

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date:         thu, 16 apr 1998 13:42:11 -0700
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indigo3000 wrote:

> i was just wondering what everybody's take on don't give that girl a gun
> is...

it's one of my favorite songs.  that'll be the first song i learn on the
guitar...

-kate

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i agree...we should not be making copying "women's work" since you can buy
it at almost any music store.  i have that cd and i really love it.  i'd
highly recommend just going out and buying it.  it's well worth it.  i
first heard it on our local npr station (wyso 91.3 for you ohioans!)  i
think it is one of the few cd's that i own where i like verey song on it!

on another note -- less than a week until the lexington show!  i am
getting really psyched up!  i really can't organize a list meet just
because i am not familiar with the area (in fact, i need to somehow get
directions to the concert place from i-75... if anyone knows how to get
there, please e-mail me...it will save me a long distence call to uky).
but who else is going?  i know all my indigohio friends are abandoning
this show for the dickinson show (thanks a lot guys, just kidding of
course!).  anyway, i am getting so excited b/c i have been going through
major ig withdrawl since i haven't seen them since 1 december!  that is a
long time (i am such a whinner!!!).

finally, tomorrow night is my school's take back the night rally.  during
the poetry/song/narrative reading part, i am reading a few parts from
"chickenman", "the peace song", "losing touch", "scooter boys", and "it's
alright".  i practiced it for my japanese professor today and she said it
sounded fine (i am quite nervous) and she's not the type to lie (plus she
loves the girls, so if i were screwing up their songs, she'd tell me!), so
i feel a bit more confident about it.  i'll have to see how people react
to it...

okay, sorry about the rambling!  bye!

:-) karen

ps- please help me get this nasty spell off of me (remember, i have been
to 5 ig shows and have never heard "power of 2" which is my favorite
song)...keep your fingers crossed that the girls do "po2" next tuesday!
;-)

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id have to say this is one of the songs that is most personal to me.
besides it being beautiful, it makes me cry every time i hear it...not to
get so personal i freak everyone out, but about this time last year i was
suicidal, and this song just really hit close to home...i know its not
exactly about the same thing, but i just feel like it was what i was going
through, somewhat..yeah...

                  with  love, and all things indigo

                                always,
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date:         thu, 16 apr 1998 15:13:22 pdt
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hey kind friends,

i've come out of lurkdom to say, first of all, great posts lately!
makes for some good reading.  secondly, i'm unable to download the
lilithfair site right now (their server must be sooooo overloaded!) so i
can't hear the live broadcast.  i know the dates they're playing at
shoreline in mountain view, but don't know who's headlining or when tix
go on sale.  ticketmaster, as usual, is clueless!   if anyone out there
knows this, or hears about it on the broadcast, would you please email
me the info?

thanks 8^)

sheri graham  (jammin' to galileo right now...happy day!)
pngwn@hotmail.com

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here i go:

first of all, someone mentioned to me that i might be the evil flame goddess
mentioned by sharoane and ian, because i had the brass balls to stand up and
say something about extremely long jokes being posted and re-posted ad nauseam
to this list, *regardless* of the fact that the faq specifically says don't
post them.  well, folks, if i am the evil flame goddess, go ahead and say my
name out loud - i don't care.  and if i'm not, that's fine too... .but if you
have a grievance with someone you should talk to them about it in a civilized
fashion instead of running them down to the whole list - even if you don't
mention them by name.  now, one other thing........

i'm going out of town this weekend to i'm not gonna be getting list-mail.  my
private email will still be up (of course) so if you need me between tomorrow
morning and monday, email me privately and i'll get to you when i get home.

have a great weekend, everyone!

peace, harmony, and indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
  ~novitiate of suzanneglassism
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well all i can say is kerri and sharoane are right and i thank them for being
bold enough to say what should be said
val

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oh lord, now if thats not a kodak moment!! talkin about being nit picky with
misquoted lyrics and here comes a fellow beatles fan who says paul really the
walrus.
thank you  for the laugh!!!

but wait!!
pauls dead!!!
tee hee
love ya'll
give peace a chance!
val

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has anyone been able to connect to the press conference?  i would assume that
the info would be available by now since it started 2 hours ago.  anyone?
anyone?

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well someone signed off a few days ago as an indigo junkie and i have to
admit i'm one,  i'm addicted to rop.  i've tried to quit man i really have.
the longest i've ever been clean is 3 days.  that was at christian retreat!!
try that for 3 days and with no indigo. but you know, my family's really
supportive and the doctors say i'll be alright if i take it easy and not do
any of the hard stuff, like front row seats, boots, or rescuing them from
broken down busses for that matter.
ok anyway, if that was to corny cry then go buy yourself a beer!
peace,
val

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hey folks (hi tony and leigh ann!)

this is going to be a public posting, since i don't have time right
now to answer everyone who has asked me for info - i am getting ready to
go back into hiding due to all the tornados pounding/yet to pound nashville.
the memphis show starts at 7:30 p.m. cdt.  i called there and was told
that the show would be held at the "uc alumni mall" outside of the university
center near the southern part of the main university of memphis campus.
i was told you can reach the campus from central, goodlet, highland,
and graham avenues.  i guess those streets border or intersect with
the university.  anyway, the phone number is (901) 678-2035 if you want
more info.  i asked them for directions from nashville and they never
said a word about it being only for students.  it will be outdoors, so
even if you couldn't get in, you could probably stand off to the side
and listen to the whole show.  i"m taking the chance, though!

going back into hiding now - won't be accessing my e-mail for probably
several hours...
joan :-d

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well i should probably answer this when i have my thoughts more organized but
it always reminded me of when i met this girl who i sort fell head over heels
for .  making  a long story short i ended up sacrificing myself my beliefs and
everything else a person should never give up, fo this girl i really didn't
know.  turns i really didn't know her, turns out other people did, they told
me about her,  and she was bad , i mean really bad, and she was all a lie.
then i got scared i thought she might come after me.  she kept telling me she
loved me.  and yea so i called her, and yea so i wanted at the time to be with
her but, now, now i was scared.  now i had to get get away, i let myself get
caught up in a bad thing, she drug me around, manipulated me, and i don't hate
her, i don't hate people, i hate what i let her do to me and i hate thinking
about still, and god forbid if anyone ever gave that girl a gun.
val

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oh yea to kate this is real easy song to play :)
val

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kmulhern@scenicsoft.com <<well now.  don't i feel like the perfect ass.  i
have amy's and emily's autographs and i sent some money to the north american
neighborhood association for amy's birthday. >>

i'd like to clarify that what i said before was my opinion and not a judgment
on anyone.  i also want to say that i am a little older (35) than some of the
people on this list so maybe i'm just a little jaded in my "old" age.  i still
stand by my opinions, though.

and yes, like other people on this list, i do think that amy is gorgeous and
all that...i just like for my fantasies to remain as such and that's why i
would never want to meet amy or emily :)

wmntime

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ok, i've got a question does amy have tattoo ? or am i just crazy?
val

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        i got e-mails from other people addresssing my blunders with tact reason
w/c if anything made the meaner flames look all the more insulting.

        there is  difference between asserting yourself and being just plain rude.

believes in hearing the other person's side of things,
- ian c.

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hey folks,
  polaris lf tickets go on sale saturday may 2nd @ 10:00am with a 12
ticket limit per person, ... so sayeth the akron ticketmaster lady :)
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wowiejdm wrote:

> ok, i've got a question does amy have tattoo ? or am i just crazy?

two, in fact.  one of a na symbol (means love, basically) inside of a
hand on her inside forearm (left arm) and one of a celtic knot on her
chest.  haven't seen the one on her chest.  it's a little weird though
-- here's how imaginations can start to run away with you.  when we met
in '89 i told her i liked her tattoo and that i was thinking of getting
one.  she said, "thanks.  what are you thinking of getting?"  and i
said, "that little celtic knot thing on the hothouse flowers disk,
'people'."  she said, "oooo... that's a cool one!"  i've since gotten a
celtic knot tattoo, but it's a different knot than on the hothouse
flowers disk.  but i am dying to see her tattoo in the
completely-no-chance-in-hell possibility that it's the tattoo that we
discussed for about 30 seconds back in '89!

geez.  talk about obsessed...  ;-)

-kate

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wowiejdm wrote:

> oh yea to kate this is real easy song to play :)

it sounds like it!  sounds like even a guitar virgin like me can learn
it pretty quickly.

-kate

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wmntime wrote:

> i'd like to clarify that what i said before was my opinion and not a judgment
> on anyone.  i also want to say that i am a little older (35) than some of the
> people on this list so maybe i'm just a little jaded in my "old" age.  i still
> stand by my opinions, though.
>
> and yes, like other people on this list, i do think that amy is gorgeous and
> all that...i just like for my fantasies to remain as such and that's why i
> would never want to meet amy or emily :)

i'm glad you stand by your opinions (they're yours, after all ;-) and thanks for
the clarification.  i was young back in '89.  like i said to someone else, i met
president clinton a few years ago and literally had to be dragged into the crowd
and pushed in front of him, then he stuck out his hand and said, "nice to meet
you."  that's the only way i would have shaken his hand.  i hate meeting famous
people!  hate it hate it hate it!  i feel like such a clod.  but i did enjoy
meeting amy and emily.  they make you feel immediately comfortable.

-kate

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damn! i don't think i'll be going to lilith fair in columbus.  no, i am
not ditching indigohio.  the thing is, i think (if all goes well, keep
your fingers crossed for me!) that i'll be out in san francisco taking
intensive japanese at uc berkeley.  but hot diggity damn, i really wanted
to go to that show.  if i am not in san fran (which would suck for me), i
will go to that show...i should know more soon!

:-) karen

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don't give that girl a gun is such a wonderful song-one of the best on the
album!

peace,
rachel=)

"you are as beautiful as truth and as empty as a shell"
                                ~emily saliers

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ndygotiggr <ndygotiggr@aol.com> wrote:

> well, folks, if i am the evil flame goddess, go ahead and say my
> name out loud - i don't care.  and if i'm not, that's fine too... .but if you
> have a grievance with someone you should talk to them about it in a civilized
> fashion instead of running them down to the whole list - even if you don't
> mention them by name.
>
sounds like a guilty conscience to moi......

cybernot
ps. where's mme. dido or the cheese queen when you need them?

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hey list! (hey joan!  and thanks for the info!)
for those of you who are gonna make it to this show,
afterwards, why not stop by for a meet & greet at
chili's (restaurant & bar).  i'm meeting my sister
there with some of her friends from work, and y'all
should pop in and say hello!  i'll *probably* be wearing
an ig shirt (sots album cover on the front) and i have
long, curly dark brown hair which may either be down
or back in a ponytail.  and i'll probably have a margarita
in my hand since friday is 2 for 1 night at chili's bar.
(another good reason to come- if you want to drink).
anyway, this is totally uncoordinated, but i know for sure
that's where *i'll* be so let's turn it into a listmeet!

this particular chili's is on poplar ave.  (very close to u of m)
there are 2 chili's on poplar, but the other one is out towards
germantown.  that's not the one you want.  the one to go to
is at 4609 poplar.  (well, i guess you *could* go to germantown
if you want to, but this one's closer if we all want to meet up.)

so come by!  say hello!

chili's
4609 poplar
(901)685-2257  call them if you need directions!

hope to meet some of you guys,
leigh ann

"what's your name?"
"mike."
"what's your name, mike?"
"sam."
             -sam & maggie, "addicted to love"

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   with everybody talking about listmeets, i got to thinking about how
much fun it would be to meet some of y'all.  i'll definitely be going to
the indianapolis lilith fair---it would be fun if we could get a bunch of
people together after the show, our ears still ringing from treble-happy
idiot soundmen at deer creek.  are there any other listees who plan on
going there and would like to pull something like this?
   thanks..

   darius

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than cry with the saints..."
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date:         fri, 17 apr 1998 13:57:12 +1200
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but it has hard play it, sing it and keep in time, and sound good...!
it makes you appreciate just how much a professional amy is..!

my 2 cents,
lynda

>>> kathleen mulhern <kmulhern@scenicsoft.com> 17/april/1998 12:16pm
>>>
wowiejdm wrote:

> oh yea to kate this is real easy song to play :)

it sounds like it!  sounds like even a guitar virgin like me can learn
it pretty quickly.

-kate

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date:         thu, 16 apr 1998 19:25:16 pdt
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>ndygotiggr wrote:
>
>> well, folks, if i am the evil flame goddess, go ahead and say my
>> name out loud - i don't care.  and if i'm not, that's fine too...

>sounds like a guilty conscience to moi......

naaaahhhh, tigger's not the flame queen.
although she can be my burnin' hot princess anyday.... ;p

jill, whom tigger told to take a quaalude! tee hee.  i'm okay, i swear.
i swear!!!

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date:         thu, 16 apr 1998 19:30:49 pdt
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i've always thought that the idea of *famous* people is very weird. i
mean, we as people are all here and all basically the same. we share
similar emotions and experiences, which is why we relate to each other.
at some point we (our society) decided it was a good idea to push some
selected individuals to a higher level of "peopledom" where they are set
on these kind of pedestals where they can be adored and praised in the
public eye, more so if they show an ounce of humility or humanity. it
seems very strange. i fully include myself in this "we". i am certainly
guilty of praising the gods and goddesses. i have met both amy and emily
several times and have worked with them at an "honor the earth" show.
they *are* wonderful women; sincere, honest, caring and humble in their
ways and *should* be lauded for their generous donations of time, energy
and money towards the betterment of those worse off than they. but so
should people like my grandmother who, at eighty three years old,
volunteers every other day at the hospital or nursing home in her town
doing arts and crafts, singing, and pushing people around in wheelchairs
who are twenty years younger than she is! or the woman who started the
battered women's shelter in my neighborhood, or the man who spends hours
holding crack babies in hospitals in boston. it is so great that we
recognize that amy and emily and all the other famous names and faces we
swoon over contribute to society in a positive way but don't we often go
out of control? tangents....i know. all i meant to say was "i agree with
the runners' post". enough said :)
and that's only my humble opinion! please don't send me any hate mail!
:) peace, cate

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at 07:49 pm 4/16/98 edt, wowiejdm wrote:
>ok, i've got a question does amy have tattoo ? or am i just crazy?
>val

one can never tell if they're real or not from pictures, but i have a black
and white press kit photo of amy and emily taken a looooong time ago and
amy does indeed have a tattoo on the inside of her left forearm.  it looks
like the palm of a hand with a native american sun in the middle.

and, on a side note, my dear new friend joshua [thanks, babe ;) ] has made
it possible for me to see the girls for the second time ever at yale!!!!  i
hope to see some of you there!

@}---}----
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hi :o)

i have a new email address now...not like anyone would care. anyways...i
was just wondering again if anyone booted the gainesville show? it doesn't
seem like anyone did. :o( just wondering!

                                                                -heather

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amen girl!  strangefire is my fav too!  strangefire is my favorite song of all
time i think....besides it being such a rockin song, it also has some other
sentimental values:) but anywho, just thought id add....rites of passage is my
other-it kinda depends on what mood im in....if im in a happy-go-lucky mood
then its rop, if im in a deep thinking kinda mood then definately sf....

-amber-

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hey, just out of curiosity, does anyone know when the womyn's fest in
michigan this summer is supposed to be? if you do, let us know. thanks!

amy and sara

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i know a few cherished listee's are in the areas ravished by the weather
today/tonight? are y'all okay? if you have heard from anyone please let us
know if you all are okay...

peace-
mike r.

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sorry to send this to the whole list, but tony:

i lost your e-mail.  if you are still coming to the dallas show on april 23,
here is where list meet plans currently stand.  anybody else coming to the
show?  chime in with your vote so we can all meet.

peace,

pam

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in a message dated 98-04-15 18:13:26 edt, you write:

<< do we have plans for dinner before the show? >>

hey y'all!

this is turning out to be very exciting!!!  we can meet one of two ways: 1) at
the majestic before the concert, let's say 6:45 pm or 2) at the cafe brazil on
elm in deep ellum for snacks, etc., at 6:00 (or earlier if possible).  please
let me know by sunday, 4/19, which you prefer  and then i'll let everyone know
what the consensus is :)))

bfn,
rachel & chris :))))

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hey folks--just one more tidbit of info on tomorrow's memphis show.  i have
been informed from a long time memphis resident that this show is labeled
as a student only affair.  they also claim that you need a student to get
in.  but my very good source says they are quite lenient about letting
whoever into the show and don't check for student id's or anything. this
comes from someone who has attended many a free outdoor concert at this
university.   no guarantee but i'd sure take a chance if i were in the
area.

also i'm sure some students would be willing to take you in to the show
being that it's free and outside.  southerners can be awfully hospitable.
i personally am darn psyched about seeing ig.  been at least four months
:):).  i'll be sure to write up a review when i return on monday.
laterness

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hi,
     quick break just to say that i'm watching the lf thing on vh-1.  i'm
blown away.  i forgot to tape it form the begining.  when is it going to
be rebroadcast?

smiles and happy watching,
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hey everybody,
i just wanted to let you know two things. first, a couple weeks ago i told
you that dateline nbc was supposed to run a segment on virginia slam!,
however it did not end up airing on that date. for all those interested,
it is supposed to be airing again this monday april 20 at 10:00 pm on nbc.
that is channel 4 in new york city. if you live else where and want to
wtach it check your local listings. hopefully, it will really air this
time. secondly, if any of you are still interested in tickets to the slam!
on monday april 27 at irving plaza in new york city--if you call ticket
master or irving plaza they will tell you that it is sold out. there is a
very limited supply of tickets still left that you can get by calling the
slam! office at (718) 783-7420. they are available on a first-come first
serve basis only. if you call the office they will give you instructions
on how to go about getting them. they are $30 each.  also, if you want to
keep updated on the slam! or want any further info you can call the
hotline at (212) 802-7226 and there is a machine that has info on it. i
hope this helps.

take care,
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responding to the message of <199804170408.aaa10822@camel14.mindspring.com>
from allison hastings <alhastings@mindspring.com>:
> when is it going to be rebroadcast?

thanks for the reminder!  oops...  oh well.  the rebroadcast is friday at 6pm
eastern/5pm central.  better luck next time for all us late arrivals!

marivel

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hi,
     just wanted to say that i heard from joan morrison and she's fine.
i think she has had a hell of an experience though (understandbly so!)

warm thoughts,
allison

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>with everybody talking about listmeets, i got to thinking about how
>much fun it would be to meet some of y'all.  i'll definitely be going to
>the indianapolis lilith fair---it would be fun if we could get a bunch of
>people together after the show, our ears still ringing from treble-happy
>idiot soundmen at deer creek.  are there any other listees who plan on
>going there and would like to pull something like this?

absolutely!  i live about 10 miles from deer creek.  i'd be more than
happy to be part of a listmeet here in indy!

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in a message dated 98-04-17 00:22:49 edt, you write:

<< they *are* wonderful women; sincere, honest, caring and humble in their
ways and *should* be lauded for their generous donations of time, energy
and money towards the betterment of those worse off than they. but so
should people like my grandmother who, at eighty three years old,
volunteers every other day at the hospital or nursing home in her town
doing arts and crafts, singing, and pushing people around in wheelchairs
who are twenty years younger than she is! or the woman who started the
battered women's shelter in my neighborhood, or the man who spends hours
holding crack babies in hospitals in boston. it is so great that we
recognize that amy and emily and all the other famous names and faces we
swoon over contribute to society in a positive way but don't we often go
out of control?  >>

well, i have never met emily or amy.  i doubt i will ever have occasion to.
this is sad to me in a way that it probably shouldn't be.  but i agree with
everything said in this post.  if anyone saw the van sant film, "to die for",
you might remember a statement made at the end of the film along these lines:
"it was said that you're not anyone until you get on tv, but if we were all on
tv, there wouldn't be anyone left to watch."  we should not look at our
station in life with contempt and we should uphold the dignity of all
humanity.  i think that is an important message the indigo girls stand for.  i
also think i should remember that when i do things for society, i should do
them out of love.  this is hard for me to remember in working with a local
aids organization.  i often feel good about myself for my contribution, but is
that my motive for offering help?  it's a challenge i continue to face as i am
studying to go into social work.  it may never be possible, but we should
strive to do our good deeds for the sake of others or god as we understand
god...  hope this isn't too far off track for the list...
andy

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hey...yep, things are ok here in nashville, despite the bad string of weather
that came thru today.  i'm typing from the very cafe downtown where we stood
out on the back deck and watched the tornado rip thru the high rise
buildings....less than a mile away.  tree's were uprooted across the street
from us, but luckily everybody's ok....and very happy that this bar was
spared!  love this place.  it's pretty ugly on broadway and 2nd
street....that's where a lot of the damage was.  myself and a stranger tried
helping two individuals out of their car that was tossed around on the road -
one of the men was already dead, unfortunately.  just a bad nightmare that is
hopefully over.  i suspect that we'll see more of it throughout spring, tho.
anyhoo...thanks for y'alls concerns out there.  maybe riverfront park will be
cleaned up and ready for the indigo girls may 3rd :)

hasta from music city~miz*

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i don't believe it's been posted yet (or else i'm just really *that*
oblivious), so could someone in the know puh-leese:

post the onsale date for tix for the lilith fairs (there's 2 dates,
right? 7/6 and 7/7, no?) in detroit, mi?

and tell me, has a philadelphia lilith on 7/11 been confirmed?

or just send the info to me privately.
thankeeee--
jill

p.s. marivel & bethany:  are you both going to the slam?  i don't think
i can go... go nowhere to stay... my chicky in nyc is pissed at me for
god knows what (i'm innocent, i tell ya!) and i'd miss classes i'm
fairly failing as it is, plus i'm debating the sanity of spending $30 i
don't have...  so email me please...
(uhm yeah i just aired my life to about 800 of you.  hm.)


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and can i borrow your pants?"
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hey folks,

this comes from the ecto mailing list, from a guy who works
for nettwerk (sarah mclachlan's label)...

sherlyn
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sherlyn koo - sherlyn@fl.net.au                  [sydney, australia]
"this is the song that we are always just this side of singing..."
                                        - peter mulvey

---------- forwarded message ----------
date: thu, 16 apr 1998 21:39:35 -0700
from: "neil k. guy" <nkg@nettwerk.com>
subject: re: lilith fair site problems!


okay. as a follow-up to my previous two messages...
www.lilithfair.excite.com is not yet working. lilithfair.excite.com *is*
working, but it overloaded like you won't believe. the amount of data we're
pumping through here is insane. accordingly, there are a lot of refused
connections because of the load.

here are the two press releases, if you're interested. i won't post the
list for each city, as there are so many stops on the way. anyway, this is
*not* an official proclamation from nettwerk or anything - i'm just
forwarding some files off the web site. enjoy!

>this year lilith fair features an even larger roster of performers.
>artists confirmed to join mclachlan on this year's tour include natalie
>merchant, erykah badu, liz phair, sheryl crow, missy elliott, shawn
>colvin, bonnie raitt, me'shell ndegeocello, victoria williams, paula cole,
>beth orton, queen latifah, emmylou harris, indigo girls and sinead
>o'connor. in addition to the main stage, lilith fair will again
>incorporate second and village stages for both established and emerging
>artists, with an emphasis being placed on offering an even broader range
>of musicianship to this year's audience.
>
>this year's tour will feature 57 north american dates, as the festival
>kicks off june 19th in portland, oregon, and continues through august
>31st. lilith fair is scheduled to stop in many cities not visited in 1997,
>and will offer multiple nights in various markets including seattle, san
>francisco, detroit, new york, houston, toronto, milwaukee and washington,
>d.c.

>artist
>dates
>
>
>erykah badu
>june 19 - 27, july 29 - august 1
>
>bic runga
>august 5 - 11
>
>tracy bonham
>july 8 - 15
>
>meredith brooks
>july 22 - 29
>
>neko case
>august 17 - 23
>
>neneh cherry
>august 9 - 16
>
>holly cole
>july 23 - 30
>
>paula cole
>august 14 - 21, 25 - 29
>
>shawn colvin
>june 26 - 27
>
>imani coppola
>july 7 - 15
>
>cowboy junkies
>august 23 - 28
>
>sheryl crow
>june 24, june 27 - 29
>
>kacy crowley
>july 16 - 21
>
>catie curtis
>august 3 - 8
>
>n'dea davenport
>june 28 - july 6
>
>dead girls and others
>july 18
>
>missy elliot
>july 13 - 21
>
>ebba forsberg
>july 27 - august 1
>
>lucy gamelon
>august 25 - 26
>
>anna gasteyer
>june 27 - 29
>
>lisa gerrard
>august 12 - 21
>
>indigo girls
>june 19 - july 7, july 13 - 21
>
>paris hampton
>july 10, july 17
>
>emmylou harris
>august 8 - 15, august 17
>
>lauren hill
>july 10 - july 12
>
>veda hille
>august 31
>
>lenni jabour
>august 16
>
>angelique kidjo
>june 28 - 29, august 28 - 31
>
>diana king
>august  3 - 5
>
>diana krall
>august 14, 31
>
>chantal kreviazuk
>august 6 - 11
>
>k's choice
>june 19 - 27
>
>queen latifah
>july 22 - july 27
>
>letters to cleo
>august 9 - 11
>
>lhasa
>june 19 - 27
>
>litany
>july 4 - 8
>
>lisa loeb
>august 20 - 31
>
>cara luft
>august 28
>
>luscious jackson
>august 6 - 12
>
>mary lou lord
>august 16 - 26
>
>tara maclean
>june 19 - 27
>
>martina mcbride
>july 1 - 2
>
>sarah mclachlan
>june 19 - august 31
>
>holly mcnarland
>july 18 - 26
>
>natalie merchant
>june 19 - august 11, august 15 - 21
>
>mono
>june 28 - 6
>
>abra moore
>august 10
>
>morcheeba
>july 15 - 21
>
>trish murphy
>july 18 - 23
>
>billie myers
>june 19 - 27
>
>me'shell ndegeocello
>july 1 - 6, 8
>
>heather nova
>july 7 - 15
>
>sinead o'connor
>june 19, 21, june 28 - july 7
>
>maren ord
>august 29
>
>beth orton
>july 13, 17 - 22
>
>joan osbourne
>august 19 - 26
>
>six pence
>august 3
>
>liz phair
>july 30 - august 5
>
>bonnie raitt
>july 7 - july 12, july 22 - august 6
>
>rebekah
>july 22 - 29
>
>garrison starr
>july 11
>
>wild strawberries
>august 12 - 16
>
>dar williams
>august 25 - 31
>
>lucinda williams
>july 31
>
>victoria williams
>august 3 - 9
>


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i can only speak for myself, but i am safe and sound.  i did, however,
see the second tornado that hit downtown nashville around 5:15 p.m.
i was five miles south on i-65 and had just exited.  it was the most
surreal and freaky thing i've seen.  glad i saw it from a distance...
the damage in and around nashville was pretty widespread.  it really
did a number on downtown nashville.  police are not letting people
downtown, and metro, state and federal offices are closed tomorrow.
miraculously, no one was killed.  warnings went out well in advance,
people were prepared, and the emergency workers around town did a
top notch job today.  i am so glad i no longer work downtown...
i know there are several other listees in tennessee.  i hope
everyone is okay.  keizha smith - are you okay?  i know
your area got it tonight.  hope everyone is safe and has not suffered
any property damage/loss.

peace,

joan :-d

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today in my ap modern european history class my teacher told us that our
mentor professor person would be coming next week to talk with us about
the french revolution ('cuz that's what we're studying right now, and yes
i'm going somewhere with this). she said that the professor would
contrast the french revolution with the revolution in mexico. i was so
excited that i said "chaipas!" right out loud. i'm glad that we'll be
dicussing that in school. i think it's very important (and no, not just
because amy and emily think it's important, for those of you who are anal
about that sort of thing). just had to share.
-sam ("ruined" forever by martha stewart...pansy-topped cookies anyone?)

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this was posted to the catie curtis list...

>from: jennies817 <jennies817@aol.com>
>date: thu, 16 apr 1998 22:52:54 edt
>to: catielist@cgrg.ohio-state.edu
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>subject: lilith!
>sender: owner-catielist@cgrg.ohio-state.edu
>precedence: bulk
>status: ro
>
>ok, sorry, this is long, but i know you all wanna know the news...i love that
>anna gastneyer is touring...remember baste it in blood?-j
>
>4.16.98 19:00 edt lilith vets joined by badu, latifah, missy as
>itinerary announced erykah badu
>after a folksy maiden voyage, this summer's lilith fair will have a
>decidedly more hip-hop flavor as lilith vets like sheryl crow, shawn
>colvin, and paula cole will join newcomers like queen latifah, missy
>elliott, erykah badu, and lauryn hill this time around.
>
>lilith founder sarah mclachlan joined cole, missy, meredith brooks, liz
>phair and other lilith performers to announce plans for this summer's
>edition of the tour at a press conference in los angeles on thursday.
>the artists unveiled a rotating roster of acts that includes natalie
>merchant, mary lou lord, tracy bonham, imani coppola, morcheeba, bonnie
>raitt, luscious jackson, beth orton, mono, victoria williams, the indigo
>girls, emmylou harris, cowboy junkies, joan osborne, sinead o'connor,
>lisa loeb, chantal kreviazuk, letters to cleo, and many others.
>
>fans may also get a glimpse of lilith fair comic cinder calhoun, or at
>least the woman who plays her on tv. anna gasteyer, the comic who
>brought the politically correct character to "saturday night live" will
>be appearing on the tour's village stage on three lilith dates.
>
>mclachlan mapped out 57 north american dates for the tour, kicking off
>on june 19 in portland, oregon and wrapping up on august 31 in
>vancouver, bc.
>
>mclachlan also announced that this year's lilith fair will once again
>benefit select non-profit organizations, including the breast cancer
>fund; the rape, abuse & incest national network; lifebeat; and planned
>parenthood.
>
>here's who you can see and where you can see them on this summer's
>lilith fair tour (tour organizers note that the dates and line-ups are
>subject to change):
>6/19 - portland, or @ portland meadows
>w/sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, indigo girls, erykah badu, sinead
>o'connor, k's choice, billie myers, lhasa, tara maclean
>6/20 - george, wa @ the gorge amphitheater
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, sheryl crow, erykah badu, indigo
>girls, k's choice, billie myers, lhasa, tara maclean
>6/21 - george, wa @ the gorge amphitheater
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, sheryl crow, erykah badu, sinead
>o'connor, k's choice, billie myers, lhasa, tara maclean
>6/23 - san francisco, ca @ shoreline amph.
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, sheryl crow, erykah badu, indigo
>girls, k's choice, billie myers, lhasa, tara maclean
>6/24 - san francisco, ca @ shoreline amph.
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, indigo girls, sheryl crow, erykah
>badu, k's choice, billie myers, lhasa, tara maclean
>6/26 - tba
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, indigo girls, erykah badu, shawn
>colvin, k's choice, billie myers, lhasa, tara maclean
>6/27 - los angeles, ca @ rose bowl
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, sheryl crow, erykah badu, indigo
>girls, shawn colvin, k's choice, billie myers, lhasa, tara maclean, anna
>gasteyer
>6/28 - phoenix, az @ blockbuster desert sky pavilion
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, sheryl crow, indigo girls, sinead
>o'connor, mono, n'dea davenport, angelique kidjo, anna gasteyer
>7/1 - oklahoma city, ok @ all sports stadium
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, indigo girls, sinead o'connor,
>me'shell ndegeocello, mono, martina mcbride, n'dea davenport
>7/2 - bonner spring, ks @ sandstone amphitheater
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, indigo girls, sinead o'connor,
>me'shell ndegeocello, mono, n'dea davenport, martina mcbride
>7/4 - indianapolis, in @ deer creek music center
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, indigo girls, sinead o'connor,
>me'shell ndegeocello, mono, n'dea davenport, litany
>7/5 - columbus, oh @ polaris amphitheater
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, indigo girls, sinead o'connor,
>me'shell ndegeocello, mono, n'dea davenport, litany
>7/6 - detroit, mi @ pine knob music theater
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, indigo girls, sinead o'connor,
>me'shell ndegeocello, mono, n'dea davenport, litany
>7/7 - detroit, mi @ pine knob music theater
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, bonnie raitt, indigo girls, sinead
>o'connor, heather nova, imani coppola, litany
>7/8 - detroit, mi @ pine knob music theater
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, bonnie raitt, me'shell
>ndegeocello, tracy bonham, heather nova, imani coppola, litany
>7/10 - rochester, ny @ finger lakes performing arts center
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, bonnie raitt, lauryn hill, tracy
>bonham, heather nova, imani coppola, paris hampton
>7/11 - hartford, ct @ meadows music theater
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, bonnie raitt, lauryn hill, tracy
>bonham, heather nova, imani coppola, garrison starr
>7/12 - saratoga springs, ny @ saratoga performing arts center
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, bonnie raitt, lauryn hill, tracy
>bonham, heather nova, beth orton, imani coppola, garrison starr
>7/13 - holmdel, nj @ pnc bank arts center
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, indigo girls, missy elliott, tracy
>bonham, heather nova, beth orton, imani coppola, garrison starr
>7/15 - new york, ny @ jones beach amphitheater
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, indigo girls, missy elliott, tracy
>bonham, morcheeba, heather nova, imani coppola, garrison starr
>7/16 - new york, ny @ jones beach amphitheater
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, indigo girls, missy elliott,
>morcheeba, kacy crowley, paris hampton
>7/18 - columbia, md @ merriweather post pavilion
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, indigo girls, missy elliott,
>morcheeba, beth orton, holly mcnarland, kacy crowley, trish murphy, dead
>girls and others
>7/19 - columbia, md @ merriweather post pavilion
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, indigo girls, missy elliott,
>morcheeba, beth orton, holly mcnarland, kacy crowley, trish murphy
>7/21 - virginia beach, va @ gte virgina beach amphitheater
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, indigo girls, missy elliott,
>morcheeba, beth orton, holly mcnarland, kacy crowley, trish murphy
>7/22 - raleigh, nc @ hardee's walnut creek amphitheater
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, bonnie raitt, queen latifah,
>meredith brooks, rebekah, beth orton, holly mcnarland, trish murphy
>7/23 - charlotte, nc @ blockbuster pavilion
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, bonnie raitt, queen latifah,
>meredith brooks, rebekah, holly cole, holly mcnarland, trish murphy
>7/24 - atlanta, ga @ coca-cola lakewood amphitheater
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, bonnie raitt, queen latifah,
>meredith brooks, rebekah, holly cole, holly mcnarland
>7/26 - west palm beach, fl @ sony music coral sky amph.
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, bonnie raitt, queen latifah,
>meredith brooks, rebekah, holly cole, holly mcnarland
>7/27 - orlando, fl @ florida fairgrounds
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, bonnie raitt, queen latifah,
>meredith brooks, rebekah, holly cole, ebba forsberg
>7/29 - houston, tx @ the woodlands
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, bonnie raitt, erykah badu,
>meredith brooks, rebekah, holly cole, ebba forsberg
>7/30 - houston, tx @ the woodlands
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, bonnie raitt, erykah badu, liz
>phair, holly cole, diana king, ebba forsberg
>7/31 - austin, tx @ south park meadows
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, bonnie raitt, erykah badu, liz
>phair, lucinda williams, diana king, ebba forsberg
>8/1 - dallas, tx @ coca-cola starplex
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, bonnie raitt, erykah badu, liz
>phair, lucinda williams, diana king, ebba forsberg
>8/3 - nashville, tn @ starwood amphitheater
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, bonnie raitt, liz phair, victoria
>williams, diana king, catie curtis, six pence
>8/4 - st. louis, mo @ riverport amphitheater
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, bonnie raitt, liz phair, victoria
>williams, diana king, catie curtis
>8/5 - chicago, il @ new world music theatre
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, bonnie raitt, liz phair, victoria
>williams, diana king, catie curtis, bic runga
>8/6 - cleveland, oh @ blossom music center
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, bonnie raitt, luscious jackson,
>victoria williams, chantal kreviazuk, catie curtis, bic runga
>8/8 - cincinnati, oh @ riverbend music center
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, luscious jackson, emmylou harris,
>victoria williams, chantal kreviazuk, catie curtis, bic runga
>8/9 - pittsburgh, pa @ coca-cola starlake amphitheater
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, emmylou harris, luscious jackson,
>neneh cherry, victoria williams, chantal kreviazuk, letters to cleo, bic
>runga
>8/10 - hershey, pa @ hersheypark
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, emmylou harris, luscious jackson,
>neneh cherry, abra moore, chantal kreviazuk, letters to cleo, bic runga
>8/11 - mansfield, ma @ great woods center
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, emmylou harris, luscious jackson,
>neneh cherry, letters to cleo, abra moore, wild strawberries, lenni
>jabour
>8/16 - toronto, ont @ molson amphitheater
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, paula cole, neneh cherry, lisa
>gerard, mary lou lord, wild strawberries, lenni jabour
>8/17 - buffalo, ny @ darien lake performing arts center
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, paula cole, emmylou harris, lisa
>gerard, mary lou lord, neko case
>8/19 - milwaukee, wi @ marcus amphitheater
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, paula cole, joan osborne, lisa
>gerard, mary lou lord, neko case
>8/20 - milwaukee, wi @ marcus amphitheater
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, paula cole, joan osborne, lisa
>loeb, lisa gerard, mary lou lord, neko case
>8/21 - minneapolis, mn @ canterbury park
>w/ sarah mclachlan, natalie merchant, paula cole, joan osborne, lisa
>loeb, lisa gerard, mary lou lord, neko case
>8/23 - denver, co @ fiddlers green amphitheater
>w/ sarah mclachlan, cowboy junkies, joan osborne, lisa loeb, mary lou
>lord, neko case
>8/25 - salt lake city, ut @ wolf mountain
>w/ sarah mclachlan, paula cole, cowboy junkies, joan osborne, lisa loeb,
>dar williams, lucy gamelon, mary lou lord
>8/26 - boise, id @ the idaho center
>w/ sarah mclachlan, paula cole, cowboy junkies, joan osborne, lisa loeb,
>dar williams, lucy gamelon, mary lou lord
>8/28 - calgary, alb @ tba
>w/ sarah mclachlan, cowboy junkies, paula cole, lisa loeb, dar williams,
>angelique kidjo, cara luft
>8/29 - edmonton, alb @ tba
>w/ sarah mclachlan, paula cole, lisa loeb, dar williams, angelique
>kidjo, maureen ord
>8/31 - vancouver, bc @ thunderbird
>w/ sarah mclachlan, diana krall, lisa loeb, dar williams, angelique
>kidjo, veda hillie
>
>for more on lilith fair, check out the mtv news gallery.
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hi again--sorry about the multiple posts that probably apply to like 2% of
the list.  first off i must say that this is the earliest i have been
physically awake since going to newport in 96.  mark this day down.  :)  i
am off to memphis and will be seeing ig tonight.  very excited.  i
mentioned in a previous post that it should be quite easy to get into the
show tonight even without a student.  i also mentioned that i will most
likely have several students with my posse :).   if people are coming from
the list and find me i would be happy to get you in with my student posse
if you come across a problem.  i won't be there too early and will be very
easy to recognize.  i will have on a neon ( i mean bright and electric)
purple shirt with the rop black concert t beneath.  i will be with a guy
who is 6'6" tall so we should be easy to spot.  maybe i'll see a listee.
maybe i can help someone get in.  find us :).  see y'all monday.  time to
hit the road....

greg

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date:         fri, 17 apr 1998 08:18:22 edt
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if anybody has any information on when tix may go on sale (particularly at
merriweather post)...please let me know...because merriweather post is a
crappy venue and i don't want to get stuck with crappy seats.

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in a message dated 98-04-16 19:21:12 edt, wowiejdm@aol.com writes:

<< talkin about being nit picky with
misquoted lyrics and here comes a fellow beatles fan who says paul really the
walrus. >>

there is a beatles song, i think it's glass onion, but i can't remember
offhand, (and believe it or not, i currently do not own a copy of the white
album) where john says "i have a little clue for you all, the walrus was
paul".

so that's right from the source!

wmntime

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my brother and his fiance were supposed to be having their wedding
reception (in june) at the sun trust building.  apparently there
was a lot of damage to it so who knows?  maybe they won't be able to.

now ordinarilly this would be cause for a minor family chrisis, but
my brother and his fiance have been driving everyone *nutsssss* for
the last 4 months about the most miniscule detail regarding this,
their "perfect" wedding day.

kristen, his fiance, sent out fabric samples to all of the guests,
not just those actively participating in the wedding, but *all* the
guests to make sure the entire congregation is color coordinated.
my brother has suggested that our family (my mother and father are
divorced) invite relatives we hardly ever see.  "won't uncle jack
want to be there?"  'uncle jack?  i haven't seen him since the last
family reunion.'  "yeah, but i'm sure he'd want to be there."

he's really upset that i'm inviting no-one, my sister is inviting only
her b/f, my mother is inviting her best friend, and my father is only
bringing his new wife.  it's really irked him because kristen's family
is bringing 100s of people.  they're actually expecting over 500 people
at the ceremony!!!  only the closest and tightest, to be sure.

i think it just goes to show that if you try to bottle up and control
all the chaotic energy of the universe into something planned and tempered
by man/woman you'll find how nature bounces back with something powerful
just to keep everything in check.  case in point?  the tornado hitting
the sun trust building.  it's so sad that this happened, and i really
do feel badly if it happened because of my brother and his happy fiance
disturbed a balance somewhere, but along with those feelings comes an
intense respect for the unpredictable events in nature and how the best
laid plans are still subject to the elements.

"we own nothing, nothing is ours.  not even love so fierce it burns like
baby stars.  but this poverty is our greatest gift..."

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*   _o_   *
*  / | \  *  rick
*  _/ \_  *
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about a month ago, i received a tape in the mail from a fellow list
buddy o' mine (that's you heather d. :) and on it, was the song "another
on the rise" by caroline aiken -- i've always known this woman was as
wicked as hell, but i'm now feeling called to buy some of her stuff.
i need recommendations (sarah pinsker?! :), so if anyone can tell me
what i'd like the *best* (considering the fact that "another on the
rise" made me writhe), i'd really appreciate it.  there's only one more
problem, i've never seen her stuff around here, so if you can tell me
where to order it that'd be wicked too...does daemon carry her stuff?!
not sure....
alsoooooo, if anyone has guitar tab to this song (or knows where i can
find it), pleaaaase lead me to the rock. :) alright man...that's it. ;)

-bethany :)
9 days till carlisle...yeeeee haaawww!

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the one with the second half of the amy interview. the catch? you gotta
promise to do a good deed to cover the cost of the mag and shipping. you
know, buy a homeless person a meal, donate a couple of hours to a
shelter. first come, first served.

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does anyone know how far holmdel nj is from philly?
and when tickets go on sale for the holmdel show or the show in columbus?
meg

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it is just me, or is there some sort of conspiracy afoot here?  for the second
year in a row, the girls are not playing lilith in atlanta - their hometown!
why oh why?!
i understand they probably want ot be home when they are home.  but this an
experience of which i do not want ot be deprived!  did that sound selfish and
childish enough?

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it's way gone. but don't let that keep you from doing a good deed.
thanks, y'all.

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hey guys,

it's like 2am so this probably won't make too much sense, but
anyway.  i just came back from seeing the most wonderful
sydney artist tania bowra opening for the most fantastic
melbourne trio, bluehouse.  bluehouse were astonishing, both
musically and in terms of making me laugh so hard my face
still hurts - neill, why didn't you make me go see them
before??  (plus, andrew, scott and i all agreed that the one
with longer blonde hair is very very cute. *grin*)

anyway, to the igc.  bluehouse mentioned ig during their set
a couple of times while trying to fill time while one of their
members was changing a couple of broken strings.  they
mentioned that they'd been on the radio with the girls (i
presume in melbourne) and had gotten to sing ctf with them on
the radio... do any of the melbourne folk out there have a
copy of this?  this would be a cool thing to have...

okey-doke, off to bed.  it's now 2.04am and i have to get up
again way too soon...

happy happy all,
sherlyn
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= sherlyn koo - sherlyn@fl.net.au =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
   "when i look around i think this, this is good enough,
    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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does anyone know if the indigo girls intend to do a concert in the uk
in the near future? any news would be appreciated.
thanks,
julliet

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i understand!
granted its not their hometown but howcome lilith is bypassing philly!
that stinks!!
meg

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i go through phases about how i feel about meeting the girls.  every time i have a chance
to meet them, i'm always incredibly disappointed - i guess i have this hope that i'm
going to talk to amy after a show and she's going to think, "hey, she's cool" and invite
me to have a beer or something.  (but she would have to buy, because i'm underage.)  i
think most of us, as fans, have this hope, and i think the indigo girls are different
than other bands, just because at least for me it goes way beyond the music.  i know
that's probably wrong, and i tell myself it's wrong, and i should just listen to their
music and be satisfied with that.  but i can't...i had a psychological breakthrough the
other day - i think the reason i've gone through times where i'm basically obsessed with
the girls is that there is a huge lack of good female role models in my life.  i think
i've always been looking for a sort of mother substitute : although i love my mom, she is
no kind of role model.  so i had to look outside, and discovered the girls, and here are
two women who seem to have their sh*t together.  they have handled fame so well, and are
still completely humble and down-to-earth (at least in my experience.)  and they use
their "power" for such good causes - honestly, i probably wouldn't know about chiapas if
it weren't for the girls.  and of course, the fact that they are incredible artists.
they seem like pretty damn good role models to me.  so, maybe it is self-defeating to be
"obsessed" with a celebrity, but i don't see what's wrong with using them as role models,
strong women who touch so many people each day yet still have their feet on the ground.
if this makes no sense, sorry, because i'm listening to my friend toy, singer/songwriter
extraordinaire, play live on the radio.  oh, and an ig moment last night - yesterday was
the charlottesville take back the night, and two girls from uva played the wood song.
which really doesn't have too much to do with violence against women, but i was happy
anyway.  people unite, take back the night.  (last night i also found out that my mom
does not approve with my work for women's rights.  mostly because she is pro-life, which
i didn't know before yesterday.  disturbing.  i think i must be adopted.)
i'll shut up now.  flame away.
                                        stephanie
                                        <who is still really sad that she won't get to
                                        see the girls on july 3 in indy because they're
                                        playing there on july 4th instead>

stephanie lynne merhar
university of virginia
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http://www.people.virginia.edu/~slm4b/

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hkf's,

i was just wondering if anyone's got a few extra tickets for the tori
concert at the roxy in atlanta.  please let me know if you do.  thanks!!!
8-)
"guess i thought i could never feel the things i feel..."
8-)

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anyone from the list going to this tomorrow?  email me privately if you want to
see if we could set up some sort of informal listmeet.

anna
creechal@emu.edu

"what do i want for my children?  it's a good question - because maybe
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
http://narnia.emu.edu/students/creechal/creechal.htm

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hey folks,

there a lot of great causes that come through the indigo girls
list, newsgroup and community and it's really wonderful to see how we
rally our forces to do a lot of good. i'm bringing another worthy cause to
the table for your consideration. as most of you have heard, michelle
malone has had some more complications and required another hospital stay.
for any of you who have had lengthy hospital stays, you know how high the
costs can be. unfortunately this came right in the middle of michelle's
tour in support of her new album. so it really was a double whammy because
not only does she face the cost of the medical bills, she also loses her
opportunity to tour and support a great album. i'm hoping that we can help
her through this tough time a little and get her back to making the music
we love. i'm offering some rare signed photos for sale with all proceeds
going to michelle. this is a win win situation with both the community and
michelle benefiting. i haven't had the opportunity to scan the images (i
don't have a scanner) so i'm going to try and describe them as best i can.
payment can be made by check or money order (made out to michelle malone)
or by credit card (i'll run them through fortunate ones and send her a
check for the total), or cash (i'll include that amount in the check i
send her). please let me know if you have any questions. prices listed
below are a suggested donation...so if you have a little extra to give,
all the more thanks.

write joe at hamilton@bayflash.stpt.usf.edu

all photos are 8 x 10 and signed in black sharpie marker. there are three
different categories of photo.. 1. official promotional photos which
include some sort of printed info on them like the record company name or
michelle's name etc 2. original concert shots from a private photographer
3. record company photo shoots without printed info...i'll describe each
photo as i go.

- all photos black and white unless noted -

new experience promo - a horizontal shot with michelle in a black hat in
ripped jeans leaning against a wall -  $30

michelle and band de soleil - photo shoot by david marshall - shows
michelle and the 2 band members standing. michelle is wearing black
leather? pants and is playing with her hair - $25

michelle and bds - same photo shoot as above except michelle is looking
into the camera..cool shot of her..and in color $40

michelle and bds - another color photo..shaded a little with michelle
standing in front wearing a white jacked over a black shirt $35

michelle playing geetar - rocking on the electric - promo photo has
management contact info on the bottom - $25

michelle and bds - head shot of all of them smiling and laughing - has
mucho contact info on the bottom including the daemon logo - $30

michelle solo with guitar in hand - she's looking at the neck of the
guitar - this is a sony music promo photo - $25

michelle and bds - this looks like an early photo shoot..there is no
record company info so this could be a thing they did on their own.. very
cute shot of michelle looing about 18 - $35

michelle and drag the river - a rock n roll relentless band shot with a
cool artsy background..michelle is wearing the cow pants and black leather
vest - $35

michelle in concert - these are original pressings from the photographer
who's information is handwritten on the back - $35

michelle standing with hands in pocket - this is the shot you see on
michellemalone.com - velvel label - $20

another of michelle standing with hands in pocket - this time wearing her
black jacket - this one is a little closer up - waist up - signed in pen -
$20

a color michelle and bds shot with michelle in white jacket - signature is
a little light so $25 for the color photo.

that's it!
write to reserve/order - you can fill out an order form on my site if you
want at http://www.moonbase.com/fortunateones/order.html or call in your
info to 813 906 0257

peace and thanks!
joe

p.s.
also available (a portion of the proceeds go to michelle)
bird on fire signed promo - $30
grace signed cd single - $15
new experience original cassette - $35

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hey....
i know that this is the indigo girls email thingy,....but i have seen
stuff about ani on here before. i hate to probe around in personal stuff
like this about her, but is ani difranco married?? i thought that i heard
a buzz about it? and if so to who? like man or woman??:)
just some questions that have poped up here lately after i bought the
"living in clip" live cd of ani...(highly recommended for your cd
collection by the way:) well, i hope to hear from yall!
thanks!
brett
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wendy-pooh

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set happened to not include a booklet.</font></div>
<div><font size=3d2></font> </div>
<div><font size=3d2>plus, i would also like to get my hands on a =
nashville lillith=20
boot if one legally exists.  i don't know what i would trade for =
it,=20
though.  i've never had a "boot" in my life!</font></div>
<div><font size=3d2></font> </div>
<div><font size=3d2>wendy-pooh</font></div>
<div><font size=3d2></font> </div>
<div><font size=3d2>"there must be a thousand things you would die =
for...i=20
can hardly think of=20
two"          ----=20
</font></div>
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i phoned bass.  tix for 23/06 (and i think also for 24/06) at shoreline
in mountain view, ca go on sale 03 may 1998 (that's a sunday).  ticket
prices are $53, $42.50, and lawn is $28.

that's all i know.  bass's phone # is 408-998-2277 if you want more
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> as a former nashvillian who attended the lilith fair last year there,
> i just wanted to post and say that a boot probably does not exist.  at
> starwood, they checked all bags and patted down the fans before
> allowing them into the park.  also.. many thanks to those nashvillians
> that posted to the list.  i was not able to contact my family until
> this morning, and those posts helped me to know what was going on.
> thanks!!!
>
> jo anne
> (two posts in one week, is the world coming to an end?)
>
> -----original message-----
> from: wendy gillespie [smtp:wendyg@companet.net]
> sent: friday, april 17, 1998 10:47 am
> to:   indigo-girls@netspace.org
> subject:      1200curfews question
>
> please excuse me for not being the ig fans that you guys are...i used
> to think i knew a lot about them...then i subscribed to this list;)
>
> what is the name of the last song (hidden track)on the second cd (the
> red one) after bury my heart at wounded knee studio version?  my cd
> set happened to not include a booklet.
>
> plus, i would also like to get my hands on a nashville lillith boot if
> one legally exists.  i don't know what i would trade for it, though.
> i've never had a "boot" in my life!
>
> wendy-pooh
>
> "there must be a thousand things you would die for...i can hardly
> think of two"          ----
>

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hi gang...did anyone post about the april 15th chattanooga show? i don't
remember seeing anything.

deb

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does anyone know if there is a july 17 date for the entertainment center
in camden nj?
i keep hearing a rumor that there is, and the local radio stations are
saying that there is...
any clue?
thanks!
meg

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hello!   a friend of mine is craving color me grey, and i just thought i
would ask here and see if anyone is willing to send her a copy if she sends
the appropiate blank tapes and postage.  thank you!

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yeah, jill (yay she's back!!) or someone posted a sig
with ani saying something like "well we never got
married so i guess that means i'm....single."

i know this list isn't for personal info, i just
wanted to know if her and goat man broke up.  e-m
private please.

flame flame flame if you must.  i'll get over it.

amanda


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hey does anyone know when michelle is going to be on the lilith tour?
she's not listed with the rest of the artists, but i swear i read that she
would be doing six dates this year.  am i hallucinating?

emily c.

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are you sure they mean chiapas?  the mexican revolution of 1910
might be what they're talking about, but hopefully since chiapas
is a bit more in the news, these days :-), you're right.  and it's
a much better comparison - the 1910 revolution was much less a
class-based kind of thing than either the french rev or chiapas
today, if i remember my latin american history class right.

tom

jan monforton wrote:
> today in my ap modern european history class my teacher told us that our
> mentor professor person would be coming next week to talk with us about
> the french revolution ('cuz that's what we're studying right now, and yes
> i'm going somewhere with this). she said that the professor would
> contrast the french revolution with the revolution in mexico. i was so
> excited that i said "chaipas!" right out loud. i'm glad that we'll be
> dicussing that in school.

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just wanted to email you about something and the addy
doesn't work....

amanda

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wmntime wrote:
> there is a beatles song, i think it's glass onion, but i can't remember
> offhand, (and believe it or not, i currently do not own a copy of the white
> album) where john says "i have a little clue for you all, the walrus was
> paul".

yup, glass onion it is!  don't hear it on the radio very often, but a
good
song.


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i have two tix to the dartmouth show, 4/24, next friday. it's general
admission, i'd like to sell them for what i paid, $69. e-mail me asap if
you're interested.

:) bec

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just to let y'alls know...

not all of us have to be the most politically active
souls in the world!

i, for one, am quite potical but you know what, my gf
isn't.  she's reading "lesbian ethics" because i
asked her too mostly.  so what's she, lazy?  i don't
think so.  she asked me to read "celestine prophesy"
because i'm less spiritual.  we compromise, we teach
eachother.  you know what else, i like the fact that
she knows more about mahikari and metaphysics than
me.  she approaches things spiritually, i approach
things politcally.

and the world goes on!

i'm writing this because it's disheartening to see
people carrying superior "i do more than you do" b.s.
and it's disheartening to read people try and defend
themselves because they do support "indigo girl
causes."

we've hashed and rehashed this a million times and
i've never said anything but am i the only one that
feels like this?  i mean, who cares?

flame flame flame whatever.  if i don't answer don't
be suprised.

amanda

ps this isn't directed to anyone in specific b/c my
delete key is warm from not reading all the specific
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as i mentioned before, i may be spending the summer (june-august) in san
francisco.  if i end up there (i should know next week) i think i want to
go to lilith (seeing ig in my fave city on earth would be a dream come
true).  is anyone going?  is it possible (i'll know next week for sure)
that if i send someone $$$ for tix, they could buy me one?  i obviously
won't be out in sf until the summer and i obviously couldn't get a good
seat if i got my ticket once i arrived.  please e-mail me if you could
help.  and again, this is not for sure yet...

i'm off to practice my reading for the take back the night rally.  it's
tonight.  i am nervous...

:-) karen

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i deleted the message sent about lilith looking for local acts for the
village stage.does anyone have this info yet??? i am in dire need of it
please. send it to saturngirl@webtv.net
thank you thank you thank you

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oops sent the first one to the wrong place again :)
ok if there's any really cool people out there who would record the lilith
thing and ( i'll send a tape) make me a copy i would really really like it.)
val

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i dont know if the austin show is gen. admission cuz the tix are different
prices who knows if it is?
val

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ok i've never even heard ani but.... for of those of you who like her, she's
on the cover and has a 5 or so page article in musician magazine.
val

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my best friend got to see the tatoo on her chest.....(wow, shes lucky) anywho,
just thought id add...

-amber-

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hey y'all...

i'm glad everyone's ok up in nashville.  one thing that's causing trouble
down here in alabama, though, is all the help we got in the first week
following our rash of tornadoes has practically disappeared.  there are
several communities (i.e. coker, st.clair county) that have never received
much help because they are smaller than the mcdonald's chapel/oak ridge
area.  speaking from personal experience, though, those areas are
devastated.  i have spent much of the last week clearing roads in coker,
and there is much more to be done.  if you're interested in helping, the
most needed thing is not money, but canned food, bottled water, and
clothing.  if you contact your local red cross, they should be able to
take your donations and have them sent down here to us.  thanks so much to
everyone who has already donated.  we appreciate everything we're getting.

susan

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hello!
okay, here's a question that has been nagging at me. exactly how do
people get tickets for the seats/rows in the orchestra pit at concerts
held in big theaters???? just wondering since my last concert i had 3rd
row tickets but it was really like 7th because of the aisle and pit
seats. no, i am not complaining...just curious! :) i would never be
disappointed with the seats i had...they were great! so, if anyone can
satisfy my curiosity just email me! thanks in advance!
becky :)

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<ok, i've got a question does amy have tattoo ? or am i just crazy?
val>

people!- be nice to her! if i see one condescending post i'll flame you, i
swear i will! no, seriously, i'm very pleased to see people being generous and
tolerant with these types of questions. just because we've all talked about
them for a million years doesn't mean it isn't news to some.

and on a different subject:
<< "a tuckas for better, a tuckas for worse. >>

did anyone compile all the mr. limes from last fall? i loved them. if so, can
you post 'em?

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yea be nice too me cuz i just joined and i dont know all there is to know
about ig

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are there any other well-known women's music festivals besides michigan and
lilith? specifically any ones that ig have played at, but any that are known
would be fine. thanks for the help.

-erica

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i'm planning on attending lilith fair this year.  could someone on the list
let me know whether or not lilith fair is assigned seating or general
admission?

thanks.

wmntime

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has anyone been to the polaris ampitheatre in columbus?  is it like blossom in
cleveland?  looking forward to seeing amy & emily and all the other wonderful
women of lilith!!
leslie

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date:         fri, 17 apr 1998 23:38:47 -0400
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actually, in my and other people's opinions, there are a few flamers on
this list. i certainly didn't coin that phrase...i wouldn't call someone
evil...

>
> first of all, someone mentioned to me that i might be the evil flame
goddess
> mentioned by sharoane and ian, because i had the brass balls to stand up
and
> say something about extremely long jokes being posted and re-posted ad
nauseam
> to this list, *regardless* of the fact that the faq specifically says
don't
> post them.

yes, i got that post.  all i can say about it is that it could have been a
little nicer.  i mean, i posted it late at night, wasn't thinking, saw the
foward, thought it was funny and summed this list up perfectly (if anyone
still has it you'll see that this sort of thing is in there, and this
discussion is right on schedule)...and i *try* to be nice even if i don't
come across that way all the time.  also, sheryln never posted to me with a
reminder, and several people emailed me with a thanks for the funny, saying
they'd never seen it and it certainly did remind them of the list.  i do
appreciate being reminded by some resourceful folks that i messed up, but i
don't understand why the tone was so mean...
   anyway, the point of my original post seems to be lost to you and
several others--i don't ask that anyone censor their opinions.  i do ask
that we remember whose fans we are and in the spirit of the indigo girls,
try to be a little nicer to each other.  you catch more flies with
honey...etc.
          i think that all opinions are great, asked for or not.
         peace,
             sharoane

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date:         fri, 17 apr 1998 20:56:19 -0700
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        the winners of game 3 are:

        1st place - sharon jennings -  $20,400 points
        2nd place - karen asiu & claudine lapsky - $20,200 points
        3rd place - dee schulman - $19,600 points

        congratulations and thanks to everyone who played game #3.

        the answers to game 3 are:

round 1-

**categories: covers, related artists, just say no, ig songs, daemon records**

covers-
$100    *this train-revised* is based upon the song *this train* first
popularized by this american folk legend?

        who is woody guthrie?

$200    this popular ig tune was written by mark knopfler?

        what is "romeo & juliet"?

$300    amy covered this bob marley tune on tour last summer?

        what is "redemption song"?

related artists-
$100    these "buggy" sisters performed on rop?

        who are the roches?

$200    he sings and plays harmonica on soy?

        who is steve earle?

$300    emily's favorite joni mitchell song?

        what is "hejira"?

just say no-
$100    she thinks marijuana and hashish should be legalized?

        who is amy?

$200    who said, "where are my drugs?", on the watershed video prior to
going onstage?

        who is emily?

$300    amy consumed this alcoholic beverage while writing reunion?

        what is beer?

ig songs-
$100    from what song is the line "pour the cement for my feet"?

        what is "you and me of the 10,000 wars"?

$200    what song begins, "the thin horizon of a plan is almost clear"?

        what is the "wood song"?

$300    what ig song is about "the edge of death"?

        what is "world falls"?

daemon records-
$100    the owner of daemon records?

        who is amy ray?

$200    this name of the daemon sampler means "reverted to an untamed state
from domestication"?

        what is feral?

$300    amy sings the part of an alien on this daemon artist's record?

        who is belloluna *pleasant music for nice people*?


here's the answers for double jeopardy - game 3:

categories: ig list, covers, ig songs, sxsw, grab bag

ig list-

$200    last year (1997) the ig list donated $2,500 to this organization for
amy's birthday?

        what is honor the earth?

$400    the ig list has approximately this many subscribers (give or take 100)?

        about 800-900

$600    this year (1998) the ig list is raising money for this cause for
amy's birthday gift?

        what is chiapas/zapatistas?

covers-

$200    this group wrote "love of the common people"?

        who is hurley and wilkens?

$400    this songwriter wrote "american tune"?

        who is paul simon?

$600    this folk legend wrote "water is wide"?

        it's a traditional song, but pete seeger added the sixth verse.

ig songs-

$200    what ig song mentions the name leonard peltier?

        what is bmhawk?

$400    what ig song mentions the name anna mae?

        what is bmhawk?

$600    from what ig song are the words, "i came to you with a half-open
heart, dreams upon my back, illusions of a brand new start..."?

        what is nashville?

sxsw-

$200    what full-length rock opera did ig's stage at sxsw in 1995?

        what is jesus christ superstar - a resurrection?

$400    where is the annual sxsw musical festival held?

        austin, tx

$600    what ig was a speaker along with jerry jeff walker, kathy mattea,
and billy bragg at the 1998 sxsw conference?

        who is amy ray?

grab bag-

$200    emily is part owner of this candler park, ga, veggie establishment?

        what is the flying biscuit?

$400    if you were in decatur, ga, this "attic" would be a likely place to
run into the ig's?

        what is eddie's attic?

$600    "i am green and you are wood" comes from this amy song?

        what is cedar tree?

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g       us away to our extinction -  emily saliers      s
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date:         fri, 17 apr 1998 21:26:48 pdt
reply-to:     adia difranco <saliers_ray@hotmail.com>
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i have this on tape but the pbs here is really bad and there's little
sound quality! you can barely understand it...

lamia

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        no wait!!!   *i'm the evil flame goddess* ;)  where's greg flamer
when you need him ... peddling his duff off for a worthy cause, i suppose!

doolittle

btw, anyone else going to the new orleans jazz festival the weekend of april
24-26th?

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first of all, this post most definately does not deserve flames! i might
get flamed for posting to the list instead of to the author, but this is a
point that i happen to feel should be heard.
   i personally don't feel superior to anyone else because of what i might
or might not have done for the world and have had the same argument with
people about why i am not more active. i recently quit a gay/les group
because i was tired of them and their politics and needed more time for me,
and a newer member who hadn't been there for any of it totally reamed me
out for leaving. i figure that we all do what we can, and that ought to be
enough.
   but why get politically involved anyway?
   take a look around you...this may be a wonderful world, but there is a
lot that needs changing.  listen to ig--they aren't just sitting around
pretending that all is well.  now, i'm not saying that author of this post
i'm responding to is like that at all, nor would i judge her.  what i am
saying is that everyone should be concerned about some cause, but one
doesn't need to be marching down streets or putting in eighty hours a week
too.  i think that all of us, just by talking to friends or relatives or
aquaintances, by emailing, by being ourselves, make a difference in this
world.
   don't feel like you have to be running all over the place to be doing
something!
    peace and love,
          sharoane

>
> not all of us have to be the most politically active
> souls in the world!
>
> i, for one, am quite potical but you know what, my gf
> isn't.  she's reading "lesbian ethics" because i
> asked her too mostly.  so what's she, lazy?  i don't
> think so.  she asked me to read "celestine prophesy"
> because i'm less spiritual.  we compromise, we teach
> eachother.  you know what else, i like the fact that
> she knows more about mahikari and metaphysics than
> me.  she approaches things spiritually, i approach
> things politcally.
>
> and the world goes on!
>
> i'm writing this because it's disheartening to see
> people carrying superior "i do more than you do" b.s.
>  and it's disheartening to read people try and defend
> themselves because they do support "indigo girl
> causes."
>
> we've hashed and rehashed this a million times and
> i've never said anything but am i the only one that
> feels like this?  i mean, who cares?
>
> flame flame flame whatever.  if i don't answer don't
> be suprised.
>
> amanda
>
> ps this isn't directed to anyone in specific b/c my
> delete key is warm from not reading all the specific
> flames back and forth.

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date:         sat, 18 apr 1998 01:06:18 -0400
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so just to verify...there are 3 lilith fair dates at pine knob near detroit
(what did we do to deserve so many???), but the girls will only be at the first
*two* of the three?  is that correct?  anyone?  oh, and could someone who went
to the pine knob lilith(s) last summer please e-mail me about the seating?  i'd
like to know if it was general admission or reserved, and whether we'll be
sitting in real chairs, or grazing on a hill somewhere.  thanks...

marivel

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man! that's exactly what the song means for me..i really liked this girl
she was my first "real" girlfriend..but she was really into drugs and
all kinds of stuff...after hearing her say "i'm going to quit i
swear..i'll do it for you..i love you.." for about the 12th time and
knowing it was a lie, i ended it. but she never stopped callling me..to
this day she calls my house...*shiver*
and that song really seemed to talk about what i was going thru...
you know? she's got a case against me...and the rage of the righteous
screamin in her ears...
like i became the bad one to her, suddenly she was in the right...
and for a long time i was afraid she was just going to come over one
night and kill me..with all that if i cant' have you stuff..i mean
*whew* that's one girl that definately to this day does not need a
gun!!!!!!

lamia

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hey all,

does anyone know when the tickets for los angeles lilith fair (6/27 at the
rose bowl) are going on sale?

thanks in advance--
cheryl

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in a message dated 4/17/98 3:17:10 pm central daylight time,
listserv@netspace.org writes:

<< *** "i am starting to get over the urge to kill someone, and into the
      urge to walk..." ani difranco.*** >>

hi list:

i just though to share that i like the way the listee who wrote the
aforementioned statement is a lot funnier that what ani say before she belts
out "out of range" on living in clip.

ani actually says, "i am starting to get over the urge to kill someone, and
into the urge to rock"......see what i mean?

bye all!

brian (who is seeing ani in milwaukee tonight! yeah!)

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subject:      oh,  i feel such an idiot.....

well, i just got back from easter holidays (some of which was ncie,
some of which was very painful - i came out to my parents, and i
think they are now in constant denial about it....), but anyway....

i realised about 2 days before i came back to college that i'd
forgotten to sign off the list before i left for 2 weeks :-(!!!!

well, to cut a long story short, i've just deleted all of the past
fortnight's messages without really looking at any of them. if
anybody on the list sent me any messages, could you send them
again please?

thanks, and sorry for the inconveniece....

john.


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the torment is being in."

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a couple of friends couldn't make it from out of town so now i have extra
front row tickets to see dar tonight at the palace of fine arts.
email me privately if interested.


traci
tracil@microweb.com

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>* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
>
>>      advice for yankees moving south
>>
>>1. save all manner of bacon grease. you will be instructed later how
>>to use it.
>>
>>2. if you forget a southerner's name, refer to him (or her) as
>>"bubba." you have a 75% chance of being right.
>>
>>3. just because you can drive on snow and ice does not mean we can.
>>stay home the two days of the year it snows.
>>
>>4. if you do run your car into a ditch, don't panic. four men in the
>>cab of a four wheel drive with a 12-pack of beer and a tow chain will
>>be along shortly. don't try to help them. just stay out of their way.
>>this is what they live for.
>>
>>5. don't be surprised to find movie rentals and bait in the same
>>store.
>>
>>6. do not buy food at the movie store.
>>
>>7. if it can't be fried in bacon grease, it ain't worth cooking, let
>>alone eating.
>>
>>8. remember: "y'all" is singular. "all y'all" is plural. "all y'all's"
>>is plural possessive.
>>
>>9. get used to hearing, "you ain't from around here, are you?"
>>
>>10. don't be worried that you don't understand anyone. they don't
>>understand you either.
>>
>>11. the proper pronunciation you learned in school is no longer
>>proper.
>>
>>12. be advised: the "he needed killin'" defense is valid here.
>>
>>13. if attending a funeral in the south, remember, we stay until the
>>last shovel of dirt is thrown on and the tent is torn down.
>>
>>14. if you hear a southerner exclaim, "hey, y'all, watch this!" stay
>>out of his way. these are likely the last words he will ever say.
>>
>>15. most southerners do not use turn signals, and they ignore those
>>who do. in fact, if you see a signal blinking on a car with a southern
>>license plate, you may rest assured that it was on when the car was
>>purchased.
>>
>>16. northerners can be identified by the spit on the inside of their
>>car's windshield that comes from yelling at other drivers.
>>
>>17. satellite dishes are very popular in the south. when you purchase
>>one it is to be positioned directly in front of your trailer. this is
>>logical bearing in mind that the dish cost considerably more than the
>>trailer and should, therefore, be displayed.
>>
>>18. tornadoes and southerners going through a divorce have a lot in
>>common. in either case, you know someone is going to lose a trailer.
>>
>>19. florida is not considered a southern state. there are far more
>>yankees than southerners living there.
>>
>>20. if you are cursing the person driving 15 mph in a 55 mph zone,
>>directly in the middle of the road, remember, many folks learned to
>>drive on a model of vehicle known as john deere, and this is the
>>proper speed and lane position for the vehicle.
>
>* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *


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doolittle wrote:

>         no wait!!!   *i'm the evil flame goddess* ;)  where's greg flamer
> when you need him ... peddling his duff off for a worthy cause, i suppose!
>

i suppose i should have known when i saw you in that mint green flowing gown
with matching torch. doesn't your arm get tired being upraised all the time like
that? and one other thing...... those stone tablets you're holding do nothing to
show off your ample cleavage.  lose em and get a decent pair of shoes while
you're at it.  maybe the ever tasteful mr.flamer could help you with the shoes?
i hear he has great taste.

cybernot
pps. this post was a joke of the emergency joke post system. in the event of an
actual post, absolutely no humor would be involved and several people would have
been flamed. this concludes our test of the emergency joke post system.
booooooooooooooooopppp

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<<ok, i've got a question does amy have tattoo ? or am i just crazy?
val>>

no, you're not crazy...just late ;)  email me if you want a gif of it...the
first one, that is.

feelin' cutsie today....
jude ~

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this is long but worth it. amidst all this flame-throwing i thought i
might lighten the posts with this happy memory....though the content is
far from light. can anyone fill in the blanks on the inaudible parts on
my boot?

amy's stream-of-consciousness during "scooter boys"
at the orpheum in boston 12-14-98
(emily on electric guitar and jerry and sara lee playing in the
background the whole time...)

(........) there's an (........) of (......)ers all over the wires
and they're all so damaged and you're uninspired by this world so you
sign the girls and (*we're?* or *where are?*) the girls.
and you exploit all the energy and you damage all her energy.
you know it's the veal calf syndrome, it's not (*fittin'?*) in this.
we're force fed and we're scarred you know, me and you.
it's the pilgrims coming or is it the pilgrimage is due.
it's the generals in print leads you to mass discontent.
so submit to be cool cause you know it's hip to be a tool and it's a
trend to be misled and it's a story when you're dead. it's hip to be
cool. so we submit, you know. it's hip, we know it. you submit, it's
cool. it's hip to be cool.
so i was driving out through the everglades and i remember the rain
turned the road to mud that day and i was just thinking about what it
meant to be completely obsolete.
and i started worrying about my skin and my fears and all of the grey
that's in my hair and you know i missed most of the story that my driver
was telling me.
he had the alligator pain inside his veins.
he said "you know that herod, he sings a song of cain..."
and it was just like that that my driver slipped away.
i said it was just like that that my driver slipped away.
you know it was just like that that my driver or my brother, i mean, it
was my brother.
my brother was my driver and he slipped away.
it was my no, i think it was my sister now, but it could have been my
father. i guess it was my mother.
i mean, it was my driver.
it was my brother, my sister, at least my mother.
and my father is my, my driver, my brother.
my sister is my mother and my father is my sister and my mother is my
brother and my driver slipped away, you know? it just slips away, you
know? it just slips away, you know? just slips away. it slips away, you
know? slips away. slip away.
you tryin' to be cool?
you tryin' to be cool? just slip away, you know?
i hear you're tryin' to be cool.
i hear you're tryin' to be cool, you know?
just slip away.
i just slip away.
i hear it.
i hear it.
i hear it.
i hear it.
i said, i said, i said, i said, i said, i said, i said hey blue blood. i
said hey hey blue blood, you know you're nothing new.
you see i come from privilege too.

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i finally got my lazy butt moving and hooked my scanner back up. since so many
people wanted to see the pictures of the foils, i threw them on a page.

http://members.aol.com/chiapasbnd/foils.html

grl

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hi list,
i don't know if anyone else has posted about the show last
night in memphis; i haven't had time to read my mail.
(we're going to the miss. show tonight!)

danielle howle & the tantrums opened.  they really were
great and she is so funny!  i knew who she was just from the
great woods ppv, but i had never seen her live before.  i enjoyed
their set, to say the least.

the girls weren't very chatty, but it was cold (colder than we all
expected, anyway) and i for one don't hold it against them.
they put on a damn fine show as always.  one cute thing was
in the beginning of leeds, emily messed up & she said, "whoa!
wrong note!!"  then she broke into the first couple of bars of
chopsticks.  it was very cute.

i copied down the setlist at the beginning of each song, so what i'm
reporting to you is exactly the order in which it happened.
highlights (for me, anyway) were:  reunion (never heard it live before)
kid fears (it rocked!), power of two (loved it!), and of course
blister in the sun!  danielle & her tantrums came back out
& helped on this one.  i thought it was awesome on the warfield boot,
but seeing it live is even better!  everyone had so much energy.
and it really pumped up the crowd.  well, this is enough babble
from me.  i gotta get ready for the roadtrip to starkville!


here's the setlist in exact order:
joking
it's alright
reunion
southland in the springtime (seems fitting for memphis show in april!)
shame on you
least complicated
kid fears
get out the map
scooter boys
ghost
i don't wanna know (with danielle & *some* of the tantrums, i think)
power of two
leeds (cute emily moment- see above)
chickenman (dave ellison kick ass harmonica jam)
galileo

encore:
shed your skin
blister in the sun
closer to fine

well, there you have it folks!  excuse my not-so-great "review", i've never
actually posted one before.  but i'll have a report on the mississippi
show tonight to post sometime tomorrow.  wooohoo!!!!

i was a chili's after the show and didn't meet any list people.
oh well- maybe next time we can be more coordinated and have a
*real* listmeet.  see ya guys!

leigh ann

"what's your name?"
"mike."
"what's your name, mike?"
"sam."
             -sam & maggie, "addicted to love"

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i forgot to ask the 'obligatory' question, and now that i've
said that i'm sure you all know what's coming:

did anyone boot this show?!?  i need it bad!

man, it was awesome!

leigh ann

"what's your name?"
"mike."
"what's your name, mike?"
"sam."
             -sam & maggie, "addicted to love"

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hi all!  although all my dubbers are not yet in possession of their copies of
the following boots, i can't wait any longer to make this offering to the
list.  several of the australian boots have been offered to the list already,
courtesy of sherlyn, so i want to make the tour dates complete...

these boots are excellent copies and i know you'll find them enjoyable....all
you have to do is send the dubber of your choice two 100 min blank tapes and a
padded envelope with enough postage on it for the return trip and you have
some excellent ig memories....


here are the setlists:

indigo girls - february 22, 1998
melbourne concert hall, australia

=== side a ===
the wood song
shame on you
it's alright
three hits
ghost
i don't wanna know
get out the map
scooter boys
power of two
<attempt at hey kind friend>
nuevo senorita

=== side b ===
least complicated
romeo and juliet
everything in its own time
chickenman
galileo

[encore]
leeds
tried to be true
closer to fine


indigo girls - february 27, 1998
state theatre, sydney, australia

=== side a ===
shame on you
least complicated
tried to be true
the wood song
hey kind friend
it's alright
dead man's hill
get out the map
shed your skin
power of two
i don't wanna know

=== side b ===
virginia woolf
scooter boys
leeds
chickenman
galileo

[encore]
gone again
kid fears
closer to fine

pick your birth month or fave dubber :)

the dubbers are:

january - indigofrk@aol.com
february - janinsdale@aol.com
march - alisont@netcom.com
april - chiqhiker@aol.com
may - mnoelm@aol.com aaogilvie@aol.com
june - bonster@bp05.u.washington.edu
july - nancy@rbdc.rbdc.com
august - memememi@aol.com
september - hunterj1@aol.com
october - guinione@aol.com
november - habes324@aol.com
december - holeman@cats.ucsc.edu


dp823@freenet.carleton.ca (canadian branch)

i think an asian branch as already been established for y'all over there...for
australia, post sherlyn:

sherlyn@fl.net.au


questions?  email hunterj1@aol.com

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i read with great amusement the advice for yankees (tm) moving south (tm),
but i feel compelled to point out a glaring error therein:

>8. remember: "y'all" is singular. "all y'all" is plural. "all y'all's"
>is plural possessive.

no, no, no!  "y'all," as any *real* southerner will tell you, is most
definitely *plural*.  it's only yankees who think it's singular.  ;-)

deanna
(abd in english linguistics at the university of georgia)

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does anyone know when tickets go on sale for that concert, or if the already
have.  thanks in advance.
                                                   -kate

                                                   grnpeace@fullnet.com

~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*
"majoring in religion, listening to t.v. evangelists interpret the
scriptures and dictate my offerings- i found my god in myself,
around myself- in every moment and piece of matter.
everything is animate."   a. ray

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if anyone hasn't left yet, let me be the first to tell you that the
miss. state concert has been postponed until tomorrow afternoon at 2:00pm.
i know, i know, it sucks, but we're having severe storms down here, so it
was probably a good decision.

this cancellation causes quite a dillema for me, though, and i need the
help and opinions of everyone on this list.  i have the certificate which
was made to give to amy ray at this concert in recognition of all the
money raised for her birthday.  the plan was for me to meet up with
elizabeth nitz so we could give it to her, since she's the one who
organized the whole thing, and i'm just the artist who made the
certificate.  elizabeth's not from around here, though, and i have a
sinking feeling she won't be able to stick around for tomorrow's show
because of flights, etc.  i don't know if you have any way of getting
email, but if you do, speak up elizabeth!!!  email me and i"ll call you
wherever you are.  as members of this list, and donors, what do you think
i should do??  should i hope elizabeth shows up tomorrow so we can give it
to her together?  if she doesn't, should i present it alone??  there are
70 people on this list who donated, so i think y'all should be the ones to
tell me what to do.  any and all email is appreciated.

well, i suppose i need to get all the work done today that i was gonna do
tomorrow.  oh well.  sorry about the concert y'all.

sue harney
harne001@bama.ua.edu

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> does anyone know when tickets go on sale for that concert, or if the already
> have.  thanks in advance.

   may 2nd, 10am.

   darius

"i'd rather laugh with the sinners
than cry with the saints..."
   ---billy joel, "only the good die young"

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gainesville sun, april 11, 1998
box 147147,gainesville,fl,32614-7147
(fax 904-338-3128, print run 56,715)
(online emailer http://www.sunone.com/mail.html)

indigo girls in o'dome on tuesday
by bill deyoung, sun entertainment editor

     after more than a decade and eight albums, the indigo girls decided to
take things a little differently when recording began for "shaming of the
sun" in 1997.

emily saliers and amy ray, high school buddies from decatur, ga., have
perfected the art of harmony singing over the years, and their
introspective, profoundly poetic lyrics have never failed to disappoint
their legions of devoted fans. the twosome rarely make simple folk records,
though - each album has been a progression of more complex arrangements,
darker subtleties and richer, musicianly rewards for those who probed more
deeply.

"shaming of the sun" restored that part of the challenge that had begun to
wear off for these veteran recording artists.

"in the studio amy and i felt completely free to do exactly what we wanted
to do," saliers told an interviewer last year. "for the first time, we
co-produced; we learned, and wrote on a lot of different instruments; we
weren't afraid to try something much more expansive.

"and i feel good about this record in ways i've never felt about anything
we've done in the past."

the album's 12 tracks are rich and rhythmic, and there are sonic surprises
around every corner, from electric guitars, banjo and hurdy gurdy to
strings and horns to the native american vocal ensemble ulali, which makes
an appearance on ray's electrifying "shed your skin."

like oil and water, saliers and ray run together but are otherwise polar
opposites: while ray's songs tend to be grittier, clenching, more rough 'n'
tumble, saliers' contributions are like literature set to music - her deft
turns of phrase and melody often recall joni mitchell in her "blue" and
"for the roses" phases.

put them together, the two singer/songwriters compliment each other
surprisingly well.

since the beginning, ray and saliers have worked tirelessly, via benefit
shows and recordings, for causes including domestic abuse, gun control,
native american rights and gay rights.

although they're not a couple, both indigo girls are openly gay; they've
been "out" for a decade. from most reports, a large part of their
in-concert audience is of a similar orientation, yet the duo's music is
above stereotypes and has little or nothing to do with gender preference.
their best-known songs - "closer to fine," "hammer and a nail," "joking"
and especially saliers' ephemeral "galileo" - apply to anyone attempting to
untangle the twisted knots of a relationship, or trying to make sense of
the rapidly-spinning world.

"our fans tend to really care about the music, and i think they know we
really care about the music and the shows," saliers said.

"our music is honest and emotional, and i think people can hook into that.
it's a mixture of talking about the darkness of the world and also the hope
that we can survive."


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fellow listers!

$7.05!!!!!!! is that all the girls are worth?  of course not!!!  so let your
little fingers tap quickly to the rogue market and purchase ig stock.  yes,
this is a blatant attempt to increase the value of my own portfolio, but the
fact remains that we can do better than this!!!!  (buy a little ani difranco
while you're at it, please!)

if you aren't already a player, go to:

http://www.roguemarket.com

and get yourself hooked on this totally pointless, completely fun little waste
of time and cyberspace.

peace,

pam

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flora wrote:

  right
>now, i am thinking selfishly of myself, seeing as how i am going to the april
>24, 25, and 26 concerts, and i wish i could be able to recognize other listees
>without having to post to the list and ask who's going and what do they look
>like and where will we meet etc...


***that's a good idea flora. i can only speak for myself, but i know i have
truly enjoyed every human i have ever met standing in line at an ig show.
there's a first time for every thing....

as for the 24th, i'll assure you this: me and about five other baigls will
be sitting in front of the venue from 10 am on that day, and i'm sure we
will be 1) cute b) obnoxious and c) friendly. i'll be the one handing out
cheese samples ;) don't worry, we won't bite. just come on up and say "hi"

xo, sus
who still cherishes the day faye ran screaming thru the crowd at bates
screaming "is any of you freaks susan marine?"

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date:         sat, 18 apr 1998 18:34:21 edt
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hey kind friends,

while we are on the subject of amy soc translations, does anyone have the umbc
maryland 10/25/97 concert, scooter boys soc transcribed??
i waited over two months to get my tape back in the mail. when i finally got
it, the case came all crushed and broken and the sound quality on it totally
sucks. i really can't even stand to listen to it because it's so damn
frustrating to try to hear the words. anyway, amy has a really long soc during
scooter boys and i wondered if anyone has a decent version where they can
actually hear what she's saying.
please email me with it if you do.
thanks! leah

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date:         sat, 18 apr 1998 19:46:52 edt
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hi, i just heard that the lillith fair will be in the baltimore area on july
18th and
19th at merriweather post in columbia. i was just wondering if anybody had any
idea when tickets for these two shows are going on sale?

e-mail me privately please if you've heard anything.

thanks much

ursula

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anyone know where i can find the tab to the intro of wood song?
                         much appreciated,
                                        alec

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i have recently had several bad boot experiences.  i sent some people some  tapes and never got them back.  one person has had tapes since november and wrote us in january to tell us they were getting ready to send them.  now this person won't answer any of my email.  this person still has a "boot" web site.  this is very upsetting.

i really want to hear love of the common people,  weakness in me and mona lisas and mad hatters.  does any reliable person have a copy of these songs you would be willing to tape for me.   i have 1 ig boot cd and several melissa etheridge cds.  i would be willing to trade.

by the way, i have also had some very good boot experiences.  many of the people on this list have unselfishly sent copies of boots.   the good out weigh the bad by far!!!!!!!!!!!!

also, does anybody have a copy of the rosie show with ig on it?

thanks in advance!

kim & rhea

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to identify the cage?
                                                ferron

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date:         sun, 19 apr 1998 10:22:24 +1000
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hey everyone,

i've been busy, but i thought i'd take a minute to drop a note here
about all the recent flamage and discussion of said flamage...

please remember that the list posting guidelines still apply.  i know
there's now a news-only list, and a lot of people who weren't
interested in all the extraneous chatter have moved over there.  but!
that doesn't mean that it's now "anything goes" here... the guidelines
still do apply.  in fact, nothing really has changed here at all.

so play nice and respect each other, folks - please.  some people here
know lots about the girls.  some people know less.  some people are in
between.  just because somebody doesn't know something that you do or
because somebody *does* know something that you don't, that doesn't
mean you should resent or flame them.  just be nice, and try to
understand where the other person is coming from.

oh, if you haven't read the posting guidelines, you can see them on the
web at the url in the list signature, or get them via email from
me - just drop me a note.  they're also in the welcome message that
you should have received when you first signed up.

i hope this makes sense.  i really have got to run... thanks everyone,
sherlyn

ps - whoohoo, fine weather!  the listmeet in katoomba today will be
at the scheduled place... :)

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 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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date:         sun, 19 apr 1998 10:32:41 +1000
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me again -

>between.  just because somebody doesn't know something that you do or
>because somebody *does* know something that you don't, that doesn't
>mean you should resent or flame them.  just be nice, and try to
>understand where the other person is coming from.

i forgot to say (that's what i get for trying to do fifteen things at
once), that just because someone sends you a comment that you construe
as negative, doesn't always mean that it's supposed to be that way.
if someone sends you a message that rubs you the wrong way, take a
deep breath.  go do something else.  come back and read it again, and
at least half the time you'll find that instead of being flamed,
you're being offered constructive criticism.  so don't jump the gun,
because it always seem to lead to pointless flame wars over nothing.

okay, now i really truly do have to go.  happy happy folks,
sherlyn
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date:         sat, 18 apr 1998 21:47:46 -0500
reply-to:     deb reiser <dreiser@wi.net>
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at 2:55 pm 4/18/98, susan.e.harney wrote:
>if anyone hasn't left yet, let me be the first to tell you that the
>miss. state concert has been postponed until tomorrow afternoon at 2:00pm.

but isn't there a show in arkansas tomorrow night? are they doing two shows
in one day?

deb

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date:         sat, 18 apr 1998 22:38:28 edt
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from: wowiejdm <wowiejdm@aol.com>
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subject: re: be nice and  mr. limes and why i about  i ask old news
date: sat, 18 apr 1998 22:37:35 edt
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  thanks a bunch for the pics of the tat from everyone.  i saw it on rop and
didnt know if it was painted or not. it's funny because all of the people (
most at least )  have been with the indigo's from the start or at least
several years, and while i'd known of them since i was just a little kid i'd
never really heard them.  the radio station here in austin started playing
shame when it was released and i thought the song was totally awesome.  i went
out and bought sots and listened to it almost constantly for several months,
the only other indigo song i'd heard was ctf on the radio so i realized that
sots was pretty different from the rest of there albums.  i didnt know to much
about   them but was impressed with their openness.  i pretty much fell in
love with amy.  she's sort of what i always dreamed of wanting to be.  i
really admire people who put all of their passion and all of their anger and
all of love into what they do.  ive always tried to passionate about whatever
i do , i think its important.  eloquence is great put passion is so much more
exciting.  then i bought rop a few months after sots.  i really like it.  and
then today yea today i bought their first album.  of course i've heard most of
the songs but i just didnt have it yet.  anyway, i think ig is really cool,
and stuff, i just havent known them too long and im kind of going backwards
with thier music, but i've read tons of interviews so i feel like i know their
personalities enough to be legitamate in liking them. and one time i met this
really cool girl cuz she asked me what i was listening to on my walkman,
turns out she's a lesbian,  and introduced me to some of the others at my
school, so the ig helped me find people of my same orientation.  and i'm
trying to seek out some gay artists too so i have music to relate too, and
anyway this is sort of dragging on, and now that you know i am just a newbie
i'll ask all of wonderful indigo knowing people questions, on the wonderful,
beautiful, passionate, amy, and the eloquent emily, without you thinking i
just don't know anything
peace, love, and happiness,
val

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from: indgogal33 <indgogal33@aol.com>
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subject: you and me of the 10,000 wars....
date: sat, 18 apr 1998 22:52:18 edt
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hey all...

okay, so i have been feeling this intense connection with 10,000 wars lately,
and although i know we have already "discussed" it, and i was there for that,
but i would really like to hear people's interpretations on this song, if
anyone is willing to, and if no one wants to hear about it, then if you had
the time and just wanted to send something to me personally, i would really
appreciate it...i'm sorry if i'm being selfish about this, and i'm sorry if
i'm making a big deal about it....anyone?

thanks y'all!

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date:         sat, 18 apr 1998 23:02:33 edt
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i'm back... already.  if anyone would like to hear a detailed account of my
trip to andersonville prisoner of war museum, historic village, national
cemetery anc civil war prison, feel free to email me... i really like talking
about it because it was one of your deeply-moving experiences that i feel an
intense desire to write a poem about or something.

i have one thing for everyone to think about.... andersonville's prison was
comprised of about 22 acres of cleared land... that means no trees or anything
for shade.  33 thousand men were imprisoned there, with only one stream for
water - which became polluted by the end of the first month of prison
operation because they used the stream for waste disposal too.  the prison was
in operation for about 14 months....and 13 thousand men died there.  think
about it.

peace, harmony, and indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
  ~novitiate of suzanneglassism
   ~president, grlchasr26 fan club
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what you don't understand.  we are fortunate ones, fortunate
ones, i swear!"
   ~ amy ray
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date:         sat, 18 apr 1998 18:11:49 -0700
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deanna light wrote:
> i read with great amusement the advice for yankees (tm) moving south (tm),
> but i feel compelled to point out a glaring error therein:
>
> >8. remember: "y'all" is singular. "all y'all" is plural. "all y'all's"
> >is plural possessive.
>
> no, no, no!  "y'all," as any *real* southerner will tell you, is most
> definitely *plural*.  it's only yankees who think it's singular.  ;-)
>
> deanna
> (abd in english linguistics at the university of georgia)

thank you deanna, for pointing out the inaccuracy.

<rant on>
i, for one, was not amused.  *please* don't post such offensive material
to a
public list, mark.  if you had posted such a collection of garbage
referring
to negative stereotypes about blacks, say, or women, you'd have had your
patootie
publicly fried off for you.  the fact that some of these are even
inaccurate just
adds insult to injury.
<rant off>

tom
born and raised in memphis

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date:         sat, 18 apr 1998 23:26:34 -0400
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> thank you deanna, for pointing out the inaccuracy.
>
> <rant on>
> i, for one, was not amused.  *please* don't post such offensive material
> to a
> public list, mark.  if you had posted such a collection of garbage
> referring
> to negative stereotypes about blacks, say, or women, you'd have had your
> patootie
> publicly fried off for you.  the fact that some of these are even
> inaccurate just
> adds insult to injury.
> <rant off>
>
> tom
> born and raised in memphis
>
> --
considering some of the stuff ive seen come through this was tame big time
and im sure ill hear you speak out next time one fo them comes through
right

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> <rant on>
> i, for one, was not amused.  *please* don't post such offensive material
> to a public list, mark.  if you had posted such a collection of garbage
> referring to negative stereotypes about blacks, say, or women, you'd
> have had your patootie publicly fried off for you.  the fact that some
> of these are even inaccurate just adds insult to injury.
> <rant off>

   really, i know it's all chic to be politically correct and all,
especially on a list with such a liberal slant (any rush limbaugh fans
out there?  didn't think so.)  but i hardly think the statement was meant
in any demeaning way, and i found it funny.
   but maybe i'm coming from too strange of a background --- culture clash
between a strict traditionalist chinese father and a tough-girl nebraska
mom, so i'm far out on this.
   i'd like to throw this radical idea out --- perhaps "cultural
sensitivity" has gone too far.  "i don't like to think of myself as
japanese.  nippo-american, perhaps."  sheesh!  maybe if people lightened
up a bit about everything and stopped taking themselves so seriously,
there wouldn't be as much conflict in the first place.  closer to fine,
anybody?

   darius

"that's the place you shoved your doubts and hid your ugly scars
god forbid if word got out about your house of cards..."
   ---mary chapin carpenter, "house of cards"

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date:         sat, 18 apr 1998 22:26:52 -0600
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does anyone know if ticketmaster is handling the tickets for the show at
the gorge?
i've been calling ticketmaster and they say they don't have any information
on it.  also--some of you seem to know the dates that tickets go on sale
for certain shows.  if that information posted on the web?  is it true that
ig's will only be singing on june 20th and not the 21st?  there is a lot of
conflicting information about this.

thanks for your reply.  glenda

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date:         sat, 18 apr 1998 22:55:54 -0500
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hi kiddies and animal lovers of all shapes and sizes:

as some of you already know, i am in the midst of uprooting myself from the
friendly confines of brew city (that's milwaukee, for the suds impaired)
and heading to the gator state (that's florida, for the reptile impaired).
my hope is that the moving van will start heading south during the last
week of may. between now and then i'm dealing with selling my house, family
obligations, friend obligations, job obligations, packing obligations, and
when i can fit it in, sleep obligations. all that is leaving me very little
time to devote to my tour archives site.

i believe the tour dates are pretty much set for the summer and will keep
tabs on what's going on date-wise as best i can. my biggest problem is that
i'm already falling behind in coding the setlists and uploading them to the
site. it would be a huge help to me if i could find a trustworthy soul out
there in listdom who has some html experience and would be willing to
collect and code the setlists for the current tour (and maybe even code the
ones from previous dates that i haven't gotten to yet) and thereby keep the
site up-to-date.

any takers? if interested, please write to me privately and give me an idea
of your web background and we'll go from there. as of tomorrow (sunday the
19th) i will heading to florida to find a place to live so if you write and
don't hear from me right away, don't think i'm ignoring you. i'll be back
next saturday and will follow-up with all those who expressed an interest.

oh, about urls and stuff. i'll be keeping the site at the wi.net location
for a while yet (my account is paid up thru july, or something like that).
it will move once i get established in florida but i will give plenty of
notice before closing down the current location.

toodles...

deb

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in a message dated 98-04-18 23:09:36 edt, jobes@aquaterra.com writes:

<< i, for one, was not amused.  *please* don't post such offensive material
to a
public list, mark.  if you had posted such a collection of garbage
referring
to negative stereotypes about blacks, say, or women, you'd have had your
patootie
publicly fried off for you.  the fact that some of these are even
inaccurate just
adds insult to injury.
<rant off>

tom
born and raised in memphis >>

eh?  your kidding right? can we say "j  o  k  i  n  g  brother" ?
val

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in a message dated 98-04-18 23:29:17 edt, dcw2428@osfmail.isc.rit.edu writes:

<< > <rant on>
> i, for one, was not amused.  *please* don't post such offensive material
> to a public list, mark.  if you had posted such a collection of garbage
> referring to negative stereotypes about blacks, say, or women, you'd
> have had your patootie publicly fried off for you.  the fact that some
> of these are even inaccurate just adds insult to injury.
> <rant off>
  >>
maybe it was just a test to see how many of us would respond ya think ya
think?
val

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to quote the girls

its only life after all

lighten up folks


on sat, 18 apr 1998, nighthawk wrote:

> > <rant on>
> > i, for one, was not amused.  *please* don't post such offensive material
> > to a public list, mark.  if you had posted such a collection of garbage
> > referring to negative stereotypes about blacks, say, or women, you'd
> > have had your patootie publicly fried off for you.  the fact that some
> > of these are even inaccurate just adds insult to injury.
> > <rant off>
>
>    really, i know it's all chic to be politically correct and all,
> especially on a list with such a liberal slant (any rush limbaugh fans
> out there?  didn't think so.)  but i hardly think the statement was meant
> in any demeaning way, and i found it funny.
>    but maybe i'm coming from too strange of a background --- culture clash
> between a strict traditionalist chinese father and a tough-girl nebraska
> mom, so i'm far out on this.
>    i'd like to throw this radical idea out --- perhaps "cultural
> sensitivity" has gone too far.  "i don't like to think of myself as
> japanese.  nippo-american, perhaps."  sheesh!  maybe if people lightened
> up a bit about everything and stopped taking themselves so seriously,
> there wouldn't be as much conflict in the first place.  closer to fine,
> anybody?
>
>    darius
>
> "that's the place you shoved your doubts and hid your ugly scars
>  god forbid if word got out about your house of cards..."
>    ---mary chapin carpenter, "house of cards"
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it was posted:
>i, for one, was not amused...such offensive material
>... such a collection of garbage...

yeah, mark, how dare you attempt to have a *sense of humor* like that?!
i'm appalled at your tastelessness!  ;)
<for anyone lacking wry wit or whatever, that was sarcasm.>

jill (who thought it was darn funny and forwarded it to my "southern
belle" travis, born and raised in north carolina, who found it equally
amusing).


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okay, y'all are gonna get a kick out of this:

i live in jackson, tn which is relatively close, but a roadtrip
nonetheless, to starkville, ms.  some of you may remember
seeing my post about the memphis show earlier today & how
ecstatic i was to be heading out for mississippi state.  well,
shortly after posting that message, i shut down my computer
and went to take a bath, etc., and get ready to leave.  i thought
for one brief second about booting up the 'puter to check mail
again before we left, but decided it would be a waste of energy
and instead i kissed the cats goodbye & we went out the door.

now, if i had checked mail again, i would have gotten susan's
eversohelpful post regarding:  show cancelled due to weather.
but since i'm such a total toe-head, instead, i found out about
three and a half hours later (and 182 miles away) from a student
on the campus of msu (right outside the amphitheater, nonetheless!)

so my hubby & i were in pretty good moods, so we didn't let it bother
us too much; we just wanted to get back home right away.  we wound
up stuck in the mud (mississippi mud, that is) somewhere between
aberdeen & hell.  we had taken a wrong turn and were going down
the wrong highway, and well- there's a lot of damn mud in mississippi
when it's been raining all day.  so it snagged the back tires of my previously
clean bmw (i'm not being pretentious when i say "bmw", 'cause it's
a freakin' '84 model for christ's sake!) and hence, tony & leigh ann
are now stuck in fresh, red mississippi mud.  but never fear, tony is
very resourceful, and he 'pulled a mcgyver' with some of the various
items contained in my trunk.  while pulling us out, i covered him
completely in mud, but we were able to find a really yucky gas station
to clean up in, so it all worked out fine.  we finally escaped our
'alternate reality' (as we fondly refer to it) and were able to find the
highway out of hell.

so now i'm stuck with an extra ticket for the rescheduled show for
tomorrow, because my honey has a paying gig that he has obligated
himself to for tomorrow afternoon (french horn) and has to stay here.
and i'm not real sure about making the drive by myself.  anyone in
this are wanna meet up and ride with me?  ticket's free, but you have to act
really fast.  i'm working on a couple of possibilities with people i
know but don't have anything solid yet.  write back to me very
quickly if you're interested.

the moral of this story is:
a.)  check your email often.
b.)  from now on, when sue harney has something to say, i for
       one am not making a move until i hear what it is!!

leigh ann

"what's your name?"
"mike."
"what's your name, mike?"
"sam."
             -sam & maggie, "addicted to love"

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hey y'all (not an ig thing....i'm from the south) :

ok.....so this is my first post on this fine list.......call me a newbie, but
i only thought it appropriate to introduce myself or whatnot. this way you
know who i am and where i'm coming from. ok....here goes:

i'm christie. i'm eighteen and i live in baton rouge, louisiana. in fall i'll
be a freshie at louisiana state university.  (major:print journalism minor:
french) um....i first heard the indigo girls when i heard "closer to fine" in
a friend's car.....and i've been in love ever since. right now the indigo
girls song that i'm most "in tune" with (or whatever) is "love's recovery"
from  the self-titled disc. i think this is so 'cause i've kinda been burned
lately and i keep telling myself that this is all temporary and things will
work out. (love will recover, man....) oh well. you live, you learn....ya
know?

so my other musical intrests are alanis morissette, joni mitchell (that's
where the blue from my screenname comes), fiona apple, sarah mclachlan, ani
difranco (who i'll be seeing at jazzfest may 3rd!!), and counting crows.

hmmm...i'm honestly gonna feel really stupid if y'all are laughing at
me......"what a loser...introduce herself?"....so anyways what i really want
to get out of this list is greater ig knowledge ('cause i know
nothing....'cept that i like the music....) and of course interaction with
people who love ig also......

ok....so that's all.........that's me...(or at least all of me that i'm giving
in email #1)....do what you wish with it...but be careful, i bleed easily.....

~~~~christie~~~~

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~alanis morissette~

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look, folks,

i know i was pretty curt about it, and i'm sure that mark meant no harm,
but yes, frankly, i'm sick of hearing that kind of stuff,
notwithstanding that some other southerners might think it was funny.
it's got nothing to do with political correctness (which annoys me, too)
or "cultural sensitivity", it's just that it just bugged me really bad
to see that stuff posted here.  i mean, it wasn't even particularly
original.  "oh yeah, let's make jokes about southerners living in
trailers."  *yawn*.

okay, okay, i know i promised you an apology, and here i am just being
defensive.

if i had been in a better mood tonight, i would've probably just ignored
it, but i'm stuck at work late on a saturday night, and pretty grumpy
about it, i guess.  if you want to say "lighten up", well, you're
absolutely right, i should have before i fired off that rant.  i
apologize.  i realize that there's already some (probably) pointless
flame war going on that i've been steadfastly ignoring, and i just
managed to boost the list stress level needlessly.  i apologize to all
those who are coming in sunday and having to read this thread (not to
mention the dozen or so additional "lighten up dude" posts that others
will add before they read this).  and i apologize to mark especially
for snapping at him.

it's 2am here now.  i'm going home and going to bed.  i'll be at work
all day sunday, too.  all i can ask for is that folks will let this die
(relatively) quickly.

tom

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hey all,
does anyone know when the tickets go on sale for the kansas city lilith
at sandstone amphitheatre?  sorry, i know these questions are getting
old...but if you know, can you please let me know?  thanks a bunch!
ya'll are great!

---kelly s

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date:         sat, 18 apr 1998 15:06:15 +0200
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hi list,
how is everyone? i just resubscribed to this list. easter break is over and
i'm still not out. well, what can ya do?
the past three months were a long process of realizing my own personality
and finally realizing how many beautiful women are out there. funny enough,
i discovered one of my collegues from the university is also gay. we met at
a disc stand on campus, me looking at some gruesomely overpriced swamp
ohelia and she looking at me. we got into talk about the girls and she
asked me how i'd  know them, since they are lesbian-scene -music here in
germany. anyway, actually i am on my way to go see her right now, and it
looks like it'll be a pleasant night. i just love a&e for their music and
everything they do.

nigc: could anyone tell me at what point ellen has her coming out? they are
showing it now here, and they are up to the point where she keeps hinting
at her homosexuality. she just went to that party with spence where she
ended up singing on top of the piano.
did i miss the coming out already???

love, peace and harmony!

maike

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hi ya'll

as far as i know, the seating is like any other concert that a summer venue
does. ie. assigned seating in the pavilion(yes you have a chair) and g.a. on
the "lawn seats" .

can't wait to see the girls at lilith this year.  i went to scranton pa (ig
played that one) and long island ny last year.   lilith fair is a great
time!!!!!    baltimore is finally getting a break lilith fair at merriweather
2x plus ig is there also...life is great!!!!!

see ya'll later
sandy

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this is what i do know about lilith at merriweather...

ticketmaster isn't handling the tix. pro tix does stuff at merriweather. i
can't remember the metro phone numbers off hand but you can look in the phone
book or call info. no one really seems to know when they go on sale
though...none of the radio stations know anything and pro tix doesn't know
anything...somebody has to know something, it's just a matter of finding
them...  :)

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"time..... a fable"

once upon a time, there was an island where all the
feelings lived: happiness, sadness, knowledge, and
all of the others, including love.

however, one day it was announced to everybody that
the island would sink, so all prepared their boats and left.

love was the only one who stayed.  love wanted to stay
until it started sinking.  when love was almost sinking,
he decided to ask for help.

richness was passing by love in a beautiful boat.
love said, "richness, can you take me with you?"
richness answered,
"no, i can't. there is a lot of gold and silver in my
boat.  there is no place here for you."

love decided to ask vanity who was also passing by,
"vanity, please help me!"
"i can't help you love.  you are all wet and can probably
damage my boat," vanity answered.

sadness was close by so love asked for help,
"sadness, let me go with you."
"oh... love, i am so sad that i prefer to go alone!"

happiness passed by love too, but she was so happy
that she did not listen when love called her!

suddenly, there was a voice,
"come love, i will take you."  it was an elderly person.

love became very happy that he even forgot to ask the
name of the elderly person.  when they arrived to the other
side, love asked knowledge who the elderly person was.

"it was time."

"time? but why did time help me?"

"because only time is capable of understanding such
a great love."

p.s:  time is capable of solving anything.  things today
may not have a solution but tomorrow you will find one!
the time has come for us to stop tuning separate
instruments and, together, to create a symphony.


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date:         sun, 19 apr 1998 13:09:56 -0500
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i have been away from the list for several months, and away from tape
trading for almost as long.  however i just discovered that i have some
trades waiting to be finished from last august.  i apologize to anyone who
i may not have completed a trade with, but i am unsure who these people may
be.  if you were expecting tapes from mpaluzzi@spatial.maine.edu and never
recieved them, could you let me know so that i can rectify this situation.
i unpacked a package of tapes this weekend that needs to go out to its owner.

i finished my master's degree last august.  things happened fast, i
graduated, moved and started a new job, all within 4 days and i am afraid
that some trades got lost in the confusion.

anyone who is expecting tapes from me, contact me asap, and anyone who is
interested in future trades, check out my tape list at
http://www.spatial.maine.edu/studentbios/paluzzi/tapes.html   it is not
current though, as i have acquired many tapes between the last update
(april) and now.

i will gladly make their wait worth it as i have ~500 hours of bootlegs.

again, so for the unecessary delay in filling trades, but my graduate
funding ended and i had to move out of my building quickly.  mike r. knows
the whole story!  by the way, mike r.  i am waiting for my tapes from
you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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hey yall

ok so i just returned from the bahamas (woo-hoo) and i gots a couple of
questions bout dickinson.   (sorry if any of these have been covered in the
last week,  if someone could just email me privately it would be greatly
appreciated)

1) anyone know who the opening act is now that mm is out (i swear i am never
gonna get to see her. this is the 5th time i would have had the chance and
didnt get to... i must see her live soon before i go crazy )

2) whats the deal with the listmeet..cause i wanna go

3) can someone give me directions from the dc/baltimorw area

4)anyone taking days inn up on their offer for an indigo girls special ??
maybe we all could party of something

5) anyone planning to boot the show cause i know someone with an md recorder
(cough cough) who i am sure would love to tape the show for us...

i think thats it...any info would be appreciated : )
thanks
sasha

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[snip]
> again, so for the unecessary delay in filling trades, but my graduate
> funding ended and i had to move out of my building quickly.  mike r. knows
> the whole story!  by the way, mike r.  i am waiting for my tapes from
> you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

ahh. luzi - how many tapes of mine do you have? folks, luzi is a
loser, he scams from people all the time, not like he has any incredible
shows or anything. 8^) oh and mike - the cop really felt bad about arresting
you because you were not going to leave. it was a big misunderstanding.
no - he is a great guy - hopefully he'll be at dartmouth for friday's ig
show and i will give him what he truly deserves 8^)

again, mike paluzzi is a great guy, hell anyone willing to deal with me
after i *just* sang with the ig must be nice. i just thought of a really
funny story about after the show at a store where they thought i was drunk
and asked luzi if it was alright for someone in my shape to be consuming
alcohol. five seconds later 5 girls walk into the store and scream "oh my
god, it's the guy who same with ig...i was completely sober..the guy at the
store wanted to crawl under the counter.

mjr
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date:         sun, 19 apr 1998 14:40:50 -0400
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subject:      slam

hi all....
just wanted to see who else is going to slam
next monday.....
i'd love to say hello for a few minutes.
jk

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date:         sun, 19 apr 1998 15:23:43 edt
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okay, so we all know now that michelle had to have surgery (again!) and is
recuperating and won't be able to make any shows for the rest of the month.
however, she has been scheduled to play with chris whitley here in portland,
me, and today it is *still* being advertised as that.  i called the venue,
asked if they knew that she is supposedly down south in recuperation - they
said that they heard that she would still be playing in portland tomorrow
night.
this seems absurd according to everything i've heard about mm recently, but do
you think there's a small chance she's recovered by now? or the venues just
aren't notified of this misfortune?  or, what i should ask, is:
has michelle been a no-show for all of the other concerts scheduled in the
last few days???

i'd really appreciate some help with this - i've gotta plan out my whole day
based on the concert - and up 'til now i thought there was no way she'd make
it...

zanks
~flora

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date:         sun, 19 apr 1998 15:46:47 -0500
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hey, everyone!

i would like to announce that our new birthday goddess (the fifth) is joanne
cusick.  she was kind enough to volunteer to take over the position from me
since i'm graduating and may not have email once my account is deleted.

if you wantyour birthday and a nice quote to be sent to the list at the
apropriate time, send her an email at joanne.cusick@cexp.com with all of the
pertinent information.

:)
anna

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you join it with music." --emily saliers (indigo girls)
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on sun, 19 apr 1998, fauna88 wrote:

> okay, so we all know now that michelle had to have surgery (again!) and is
> recuperating and won't be able to make any shows for the rest of the month.
> however, she has been scheduled to play with chris whitley here in portland,
> me, and today it is *still* being advertised as that.  i called the venue,
> asked if they knew that she is supposedly down south in recuperation - they
> said that they heard that she would still be playing in portland tomorrow
> night.

   just out of curiosity; does anybody know exactly what michelle's
been down with?

   darius

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god forbid if word got out about your house of cards..."
   ---mary chapin carpenter, "house of cards"

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in a message dated 98-04-19 15:56:32 edt, dcw2428@osfmail.isc.rit.edu writes:

<<    just out of curiosity; does anybody know exactly what michelle's
been down with?
  >>

something with her intestines, i think... they had to take out like 3 feet
last winter.  anybody know more???

peace, harmony & indigo,

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism
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and he said, cause you're in my front yard!
boy did i feel as white as the snow!"
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subject:      ig possibly on simpson's 200th episode

i know this is going to sound completely bizarre, but bare with me.
several sites on the web (including pollstar, allstar news, and
reuters/cnn) have been posting information about the simpson's 200th
episode.  it will apparently be a tribute to music.  aerosmith and u2
have already recorded segments for the show.  my contacts have also
mentioned that several female artists (including possibly bonnie raitt,
jewel, and ani).  a friend of mine who works for viacom (owners of
mtv/vh1) has said that rumors of the indigo girls appearing are floating
around the offices in new york.

the episode will air on april 26th. sorry i don't know any more
information.  and sorry if this is a completely bum lead.

l'sly

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hi all,

i am about to leave the states for 3 weeks & will not have any computer
access. i wanted to let people know who may email me about jude's australian
boot tree that i will be happy to make boots & trades after i am back (may
13th)-- but that you will not get confirmation from me until then. i will make
a little announcement when i get back & anyone who missed out the first time
around can get them from me.

all other already set up trades & blanks i had are in the mail.

thanks & everyone stay safe!
-alexandra (aaogilvie@aol.com)

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i think i have seen nigc a couple different places since i joined the
list...what does it mean?
*fears she will kick herself when she finds out*
thanks!
--audra


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from entertainment tonight.....

unfortunately, you won't see ellen degeneres wrap things up on her sitcom.
the alphabet network has canceled two of her final three episodes of
"ellen." she's in london this weekend with her mom and anne heche for the
premiere of a documentary about her historic peabody award-winning
"coming-out" episode. so far, "the real ellen story" is only airing in the
u.k..

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i wanted to let everyone know that as of today, i will not be accepting any
new trade offers except for the melbourne tree, which i'm already committed
to.  if you have a link to my boot page on your page, please remove it.  :(

i'll start trading again in the summer, when i have time to do it properly.

if you have tapes with me right now, fear not!  :)  i'm working on it.
also... please don't contact me.  i know who you all are and i'm working on
it.

peace, harmony and indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
  -  novitiate of suzanneglassism
    -  president, grlchasr26 fan club
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practise it now as we go along.  but it's no good going
home to practise it, because it's a special outdoor song
which hasto be sung in the snow."
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i'm sorry if this has been mentioned already (i was away and when i came back
had to delete a whole bunch of messages) but in the most recent spin (of top
40 best artists with ani, missy elliot and radiohead on the cover) ani
mentions amy in talking about how the two of them were talking about how they
sometimes wish they could go back and plays small bars again. just thought you
might be interested,
anna

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well, i just got back from a long day at mississippi state, but it was
definitely worth it!  the concert was wonderful and we ended up front and
center!  i could have counted the specks of dust on emily's shoes.
anyway, i'll leave the setlist to someone else, since i didn't write it
down.  some of the highlights were amy trying to sing three hits and
completely forgetting the second line.  after emily and the audience gave
her a hand, she started over a cappella and let the audience carry her
through the first verse.  apparently, neither of the girls was in a very
good mood earlier today, but after playing a couple of songs, they cheered
up quickly.  amy even commented a couple times that she didn't want to
play the songs on her setlist because she was too happy.  :)  emily also
had a little trouble playing leeds, but she was cute about it.  :)

finally, the certificate for amy's birthday present has been delivered!  i
felt bad because elizabeth could not be there, but i was able to explain
it and hand it over to terri binion after the show.  she seemed very
impressed with what we accomplished, and said she would be sure to get it
into amy's hands.  good work, everyone!

well, time to tackle the homework i've been putting off.  take care!

love,
sue

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hello, hello:

thank you to everyone who emailed me privately to welcome me. i'm happy to say
that it was more than i could properly respond to in private. (i figured....if
i'm gonna send a "form" (lol) email.....heck....i can post it.)....so again,
thanks for the warm welcome and for any and all "tips of the
trade"......eventually i will add all of the aol-ers to my buddy list.....and
then we can rock out and have a big girls party...(ok...i'm cheesy...)

for anyone saying...."hey...we know where the 'blue' in 'bluesabine' comes
from.....what about the 'sabine'?"....well someone guessed it......so i
thought i'd post it. it's from the trilogy of books griffin and sabine: an
extraordinary correspondence. (ok.....so does that word have a "dence" or
"dance"?....btw....not in my introduction.....i can't spell.) these books rock
sooooooo much. if you haven't read them....i strongly recommend curling up one
night with a nice glass of iced tea.....or hot tea...or hot chocolate....or
wine (only if you're 21 though...i'd hate to be responsible for contributing
to the delinquency (sp?) of one of my own.....).....anyways...curl up and read
them. schedule time to read them all...i couldn't put them down....good
books...good good books.

lalalalala........anyways...i'm very disturbed that lilith fair is not coming
to new orleans this summer. i was so hoping.......anyways i was upset in
general because i felt like a lot of the places getting a show (or multiple
shows) were on the schedule last year. i was hoping for a bit more....i
dunno.....oppurtunity for us unintiated...anyways...i'll climb back under my
rock of self-pity now....i'm looking to go to dallas for lf......

laters:

christie

"i just write what i should've done, and sing what i wish i could say, and i
hope that somewhere some woman hears my music and it helps her through her
day."
~ani difranco~

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for all of us who remember how wings dominated the 70s top 40, this is a sad
day.  linda mccartney died today, at 56, of breast cancer.

when i was a teenager, i used to think that she was so cool behind the
synthesizer...i wanted to be like her.  i thought that wings was a great band
and i thought it was great that paul had his wife up there with him as part of
the group.

linda was more than just paul's wife.  she was a photographer, a musician,
involved in animal rights, a mother of four.

i'm getting kind of mushy, but i'm really in shock over it all.  linda is my
mom's age, so this is hard...

wmntime--who remembers the days of "silly love songs" and wonders why no one
writes songs like that anymore

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who ever it was out there that wanted the pic of amys arm tat please e mail me
back
thanx
val

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this will be my last post on this here because this is an indigo girls list
but i just wanted to make a correction:  linda mccartney died on friday, not
today...

she will be missed.

wmntime

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ok.  still speechless over here.  what an up close and personal concert it
was.  they werent very happy indigo girls at first, but my gosh, one song, and
they turned out to be the most joyful and fantastic peeps.  i cannot even
describe damnit.  wow!!!!  how cute it all was.  did anyone boot
it???????????????  please??????????????  ok, not to mention, got to speak a
tad with miss ray... :)'

take care all,

trooper

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does anyone know where i could find the chords and/or tabs for "carey"? i'd
really appreciate it.
-laura

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here it is, in exact order:  (yeah, i was the geek with the pen
& paper writing it down after every song :)

strange fire
get out the map
3 hits
it's alright
shame on you
let it be me
new amy song (?????) about faith tucker
scooter boys
hammer & a nail
shed your skin
least complicated
leeds
thin line
galileo

encore:
gone again
chickenman
closer to fine

that's it- sorry for the lack of details, but i must sleep now.

leigh ann

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date:         mon, 20 apr 1998 00:51:04 -0400
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hi y'all!

if anyone has the miss state setlist, please post it.  i am going to see
the girls in kentucky tomorrow night and i am curious as to what they have
been playing so i can have some idea what to expect.  thanks a lot!

:-) karen

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>and their
>introspective, profoundly poetic lyrics have never failed to disappoint
>their legions of devoted fans.
huh????did he really mean this??
m

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date:         mon, 20 apr 1998 01:10:59 -0400
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i don't remember seeing this posted, but a friend of mine just got an
internship at girl's life magazine, and came home with a ton of issues to
absorb. they did an a-z of albums to buy ("a is for fiona apple, b is
for...) sots was one of the two albums listed under i for indigo girls, and
said that readers should buy it for the "homespun harmonies and
mountain-grown melodies" or something like that, but that some songs, like
cut it out and scooter boys, had a political edge. tastefully done, i
thought.

back to my paper,
sarah
p.s. if anybody is still awake right now and happens to know some really
good internet links for canadian government acts relating to native people,
please share! i got kicked out of the library an hour ago.

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date:         mon, 20 apr 1998 01:11:03 -0400
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>new amy song (?????) about faith tucker

>encore:
>gone again

*two* new amy songs in one show?!?  really (grinning in disbelief)???
this is
a wonderful sign.  does anyone have any more detail about this first
one?  bits
of lyrics, refrains, etc?  if you had to name it, what would it be
called?  the
only thing better than incredible old songs, are incredible new songs,
and yes, i
realize this could be up for debate, but i still get intensely excited
when
they share the "in progress" stuff with us...

oh and while i'm here, somebody asked the other day who was going to
slam!...is
anyone planning to hit both carlisle and nyc?  i seriously need a
caravan of
people who know where they're going to follow.  anyone out there?

marivel

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date:         sun, 19 apr 1998 22:29:47 -0700
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i just got home from seeing ulali for the first time. it was great. the
music (and the women) was beautiful. i booted it and the sound is quite
good except for the talking in between the songs. if anyone is interested
in a copy send an email to me and i'll get back to ya. sweet dreams
everyone (and please tell me there's a boot of tonight's ig concert).
-sam

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> >new amy song (?????) about faith tucker
        could you mean karla faye tucker the woman that was executed in texas??
that is my guess...i'd love to know more about this song, waht was it like,
fast, slow, politically charged?? if anyone was at that show, e-mail me
privately with your thoughts about this new amy song?  thanks in advance!

casey

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okay, who's psyched for dickenson?!?!?  i think that'd be me.  damn, i
haven't seen the girls in so long, my digits are starting to swell up!  i
neeeeeeed to see them! ;)

i think we all need to agree on some sort of common visual sign that we are
listees, since there's going to be so many of us there!  i liked whoever' s
idea it was to wear ribbons...let's decide on something!

for my fellow indigohio-ers, how are you all driving there?  i was thinking
i-70 is the best way, but if you know a better, faster way from the area
south of canton, let me or bethany know!

anyway, time for me to go to bed.  i'm so excited i think my head's going
to pop off!  and if the weather's not nice by the time sunday rolls around,
i might just have to beat someone senseless with their own shoes! :)

have great days everyone--

shannon,
who is pissed as hell cuz her tattoo is fading and the tattoo man is a
bunghole...

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in a message dated 98-04-19 19:37:33 edt, dcboarder@aol.com wrote:

<< unfortunately, you won't see ellen degeneres wrap things up on her sitcom.
the alphabet network has canceled two of her final three episodes of "ellen."
>>

another example of network tv's total disregard for the audience...  may they
all crash and burn....

tim

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hey folks,

casey said:

> fast, slow, politically charged?? if anyone was at that show, e-mail me
> privately with your thoughts about this new amy song?  thanks in advance!

no, no... mail the list, not just casey.  this is igc and we want
to know.

:)
sherlyn
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hey!  just got back from my weekend in memphis and am here with highlights.
i know i saw one post about the show so sorry if i repeat stuff.

so i'm driving down from chicago and right before the missouri border i get
pulled over.  i was doing 81 in a 65 zone.  i haven't gotten a speeding
ticket in years.  it was ani's fault because i was jammin to fire door from
living in clip when i guess my foot pushed on the accelerator too hard.
illinois trooper has me pay the ticket right then and there or he takes my
license.  what is up with that!   so i hand the cop my visa and it's done
right there.  how efficient--bastards.  ok so that is totally unrelated to
ig but i had to vent.

rule number one about being a big ig fan--never ever go to a concert with
people who say things like--indigo who?  or so we'll only miss the first
few songs what's the rush?  or so are they dating each other?  let's just
say i was with a group of ig concert virgins.  i shouldn't complain--it was
a free show on a college campus outdoors and not a bad view in sight.  it
was very cold though--i felt like i was in chicago.  i ended up only
missing the very beginning of song 1--joking.  the girls just rocked the
house throughout.  i had never heard southland in the springtime live so
that was nice--except of course when all the lame-o memphis univ students
cheered at the yankee teasin line.  side note about the south.  it was my
first trip to the real south.  the accent is precious but man is there
racial tension in that city--ooooohh weeee.  i was also informed that
snapple is not iced tea and that i hadn't had real iced tea until i had it
in the south.  anyway back to the show---so before sitspringtime emily says
something about--this song is for ellen because she's had a rough time--or
something to that effect.  i guess they are friendly.  emily's rendition of
chopsticks after muffing up the intro to leeds was tcfw (too cute for
words).  she definitely has piano issues--her mess ups are always on the
piano.  as said, they weren't too chatty but in good moods nonetheless.
they made reference to the coolness of a free concert.  and let me tell
you- that blister in the sun cover rocked.  they sounded great with d and
the tantrums.  i am assuming they have done that before and i just haven't
read about it.  anyway to hear it and be surprised was way cool.  it was a
quick show but a fun one.

other notes---apparently memphis is the freight train capital of the world.
i have never seen so many trains carrying so much.  anyway--the train ran
directly behind where the girls were performing.  relevance?  yes of
course--normally the horns on the train blow at high decibal levels.  i am
told that they were shut off for the duration of the concert.  i thought
that was nice--massive fog horns prolly woulda been a mini distraction.
        also i think it is so cool that the girls, who could easily play
large concert halls and sell them out continue to do small college tours.
it was such a casual atmospshere at this show.  people were meandering all
over, many not into the show but it was just cool.  i just respect them for
staying  true to their fan base and not really caring much about selling
out huge theaters.  i suppose i'll overlook their michigan fest appearance
because they're just cool.   well bed is a callin y'all--oy vay too much
south!   we live in a very diverse world is all this yankee will say!  see
ya

greg

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         <<- - - - - - - - - - - - music - - - - - - - - - - - ->>

         last week, sarah mclachlan announced dates and details of
         her 1998 lilith fair, which launches in portland, or, on
         june 19th, and continues through at least the last day
         of august, for an announced 57 shows in 20 cities (more
         dates may still be announced). those performing at various
         dates include mclachlan, shawn colvin, lisa loeb, meredith
         brooks, paula cole, tracey bonham, mary lou lord, bonnie
         raitt, liz phair, margo timmins, rebekah, lauren hill
         (fugees), lisa gerrard (dead can dance), neneh cherry,
         erykah badu, missy elliot, queen latifah, imani coppola,
         sheryl crow, joan osborne, emmylou harris, holly cole,
         neko case, diana king, anna gasteyer, diana krall, billie
         myers, bic runga, ebba forsberg, abra moore,
         tara mclean, n'dea davenport, martina mcbride, holly
         mcnarland, victoria williams, lucinda williams, kacy
         crowley, angelique kidjo, chantal kreviazuk, catie curtis,
         heather nova, dar williams, sinead o'connor, natalie
         merchant, indigo girls, k's choice, wild strawberries,
         morcheeba, letters to cleo, mono, litany,
         cowboy junkies, and luscious jackson.
         http://www.lilithfair.com

         jamtv reports the first single from the x-files soundtrack
         will either be ween's "beacon light," or filter's remix
         of three dog night's "one". due out june 2nd on elektra
         records, the album will also feature the cure's "more
         than this," a new version of "invisible sun" by sting and
         aswad, a william orbit-mixed version of sarah mclachlan's
         "black," a remake of the doors' "crystal ship" by x and
         doors keyboardist ray manzarek, and new songs by soul
         coughing, tonic, and better than ezra. the soundtrack is
         also expected to include foo fighters, the cardigans,
         and bjork.

         fans of tori amos can get a new, internet-exclusive
         tori amos track by pre-ordering her upcoming album
         "from the choirgirl hotel" (due may 5th on atlantic
         records) through tower records. tower retail outlets
         are all accepting pre-orders, as are tower's website
         and toll-free hotline (800-628-4844), and at time of
         purchase, customers are given a unique code enabling
         them to download the full-length, cd-quality track
         "merman," delivered through amos' recently-relaunched
         site, via at&t's high-quality a2b music service.
         http://www.tori.com
         http://www.a2bmusic.com
         http://www.towerrecords.com
         aol keyword: tower

         - april 28th -
         *various lilith fair: a celebration of women in music (arista)

         abc has cancelled its new monday night soap opera push,
         which could return in the summer, and removed ellen
         from its schedule for all but the series' star-studded
         season finale airing may 13th. according to the new
         york post, it's believed one of the episodes that won't
         air is due to an on-screen kiss between ellen and her
         on-screen girlfriend, featured in an episode in which
         the two discuss getting married. in other programming
         news, nbc has shelved its monday night sitcom

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date:         sun, 19 apr 1998 00:17:11 -0400
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hey y'all!

        for those of you who have responded already, i am putting the
finishing touches on the answers to the questions y'all asked and should
have that emailed out to y'all within the next few days <smile>...

        for those of you new to this news, wand will be hosting a
reception for the indigo girls and winona laduke in boston on may 9...tix
are $25 for students and $50 for nonstudents...if you are interested in
purchasing tix, please email me privately at kshucks@juno.com...

        i will be sending out a confirmation/answer-questions email
soon...at that time, i will need your full name, mailing address, number
of tickets desired, phone, and email...please forward this on to
interested folks...thanks for your time and hope to see you
there!....take care, @=d jen

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just saw a commercial for it on the today show, i'd like to say my inside
sources (one of my friends works as a correspondent) told me - but no - it
was just a commercial.

there may be more info up @ http://www.dateline.msnbc.com/


mike r.

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does anyone have info. on the show at the backyard?  i just heard about
it (monday morning) and can't find tix info.

thanks,
dan perkins

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date:         mon, 20 apr 1998 09:58:14 edt
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hi all!

i just received a gif of amy's tat (thanks jude) and was wondering if anyone
knew what the meaning was behind it???

has anyone had this tat tattooed on themselves???

thanks!
~~robin

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to whom it may concern or if anyone cares:

my hard drive at home took a nose dive and left me computer-less for the time
being ...

during the day i have access to my computer at work, but at night - nothing ..
ugh !!!

so i know i owe people some tapes and stuff - so i'll be send all mail and
answering all mail during the day from work - when i can sneak online ...

please be patient !!

chris

ps - mel if you're reading this, get in touch with me re: the 25th

xoxo

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i'll be there!  (i just got back on the list and have been kinda just hanging
in the background)  i am jonesing for a ig concert.  i was so bummed when i
read that they won't be at lilith in hershey.  how far away is merriwether from
lancaster pa?  i guess i'm gonna go there!

i really missed you guys!  what color ribbon are we wearing to dickinson and
where on our bodies are we gonna wear them?  i'll be wearing my lilith ig 97
tie die shirt and my ig fish hat...

lemme know!

peace,  karen

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hey y'all this is probably going to be my last post.  i am
kinda burned out on ig and the list.  feel free to keep in
touch with me via personal mail.  i'll probably break down
and subscribe to the news-only list at some point.

thanks to susan harney for getting amy the certificate!
my flight did indeed leave too early to catch that postponed
show, bummer for me.  but i did get to hear the sound
check at memphis where amy sang all 4 of her new songs.
one i'm not sure anyone has heard -- lyrics to the effect of:

i know you're heart's in danger
and so is your life
you'd better learn to trust a stranger
and stop & rest for the night

anyone have any info on this one?  it was beautiful,
haunting, and i can't get it out of my head.

nana notes:  i spoke with members while i was in
atlanta over the weekend, and they are eternally
grateful to you all for donations.  they love all your personal
notes, they kept every one.  and they will be sending me
updates as to how the money is being used -- we already know
that a good chunk of it went on the pastors for peace
caravan and is heading for the mexico border as we type.
they are able to do so much more than they thought they
would be, thanks to us.  warm fuzzies all around!  and if
anyone missed out on the donation, and still wants to
contribute, let me know!

that's all folkies.
elizabeth from denver

p.s.  l&c&s  thanks for a kick-ass weekend, i love you guys!
and it was great to meet some of you in memphis.  see y'all
at midtown!

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ok guys,
i've never done this before, so if i do it wrong, be a kind friend and
let me know.  if you'd like to be added to the list, please email me
with your name and maybe a little quote thingy...  and your email
address...  gee... just imagine me.. a birthday goddess, i'm so honored!
please let me know if i forget anyone!

belated.. just added...
april 13
indigofrk@aol.com ( sasha )  (i couldn't leave you out!!!)


april 20
tuesdayschild@pc-webonics.com (dianne connell)
"memories linger like the fog on the sea
keeping me out of touch with my reality
nothing could ever mean as much to me
as tuesday's children"

april 21 ('76)
karey@u.washington.edu (karey weisman eals)
"everything that i believe is wrong with you, is wrong with me
everything i truly love, i love in you and i love in me"

april 22
a-jessio@microsoft.com (jessica owen)

april 24
hoff@tusco.net (rhonda hoffmeyer)

april 24 ('57)
jdjones@earthlink.net (deb)

april 24 ('80)
grnpeace@fullnet.com (kate)

april 24 ('78)
skippeec@miamiu.acs.muohio.edu (elizabeth)
"if you were the last man on earth, i would swim across the ocean on a
rumor
that screech from saved by the bell was spotted in japan." -from ellen

april 25 ('78)
ryan@ou.edu (ryan knight)
"every five years or so i look back on my life, and i have a good
laugh..."

april 26
peachy706@aol.com (katie)

april 26 ('77)
ahill7o9@mwcgw.mwc.edu (anne hill)

******rats live on no evil star*******

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date:         mon, 20 apr 1998 11:58:50 -0400
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hey guys-- i know a lot of people have been writing and asking me about
the yale university date this saturday the 25th.  sorry i haven't gotten
back to anyone, but i really didn't know anything, and still i know very
little. it will be sometime in the evening, on old campus.  i have no idea
if they're going to close the gates and check id, but there are definitely
not tickets being sold.
the one remark i sort of wanted to make was that if you are planning on
coming to the show, remember that it's not and indigo girls concert, but
yale's spring fling.  which means 5000 high strung stressballs who have
just finished classes and want to relax, drink some beer, listen to music,
hang out with their friends before another high-stress couple of weeks of
exams. i'm not saying i don't want non-yalies to come, because it would be
great to have a lot of real fans there to show the girls the respect that
they deserve, but i'm also saying that the undergrads are going to deserve
some respect as well.
if you haven't heard about all the controversy surrounding the girls'
coming, just know that a _lot_ of people are unhappy about the band
choice, and if anything goes wrong, half the school will be happy to blame
that choice.
i hope i'm not sounding really mean or really uninviting, but once in a
while i have some really scary mental images of things going wrong, of
non-yalies outnumbering yalies and taking over old-campus, slightly absurd
things like that. i just wanted to put that out, and tell people who want
to come that they're totally welcome, but remember it's our spring fling,
the one thing that gets us through an endless spring semester.

thanks, and hope to see you there,
jasmine

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

it's "let this broken heart mend" or at least that's the way she sang it
@ msu!!!

lamia

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hi,

could someone send me the digests from this weekend?  my email stopped
receiving messages for a few days.  thanks.

wendell

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i wrote this to a friend and thought y'all might like to read it too.
this is amazingly optimistic for me, i might add...
hope y'all like it...
jill
and yes i know the rule about swearing in the posts.
and yes i broke it.
sorry x 900, one apology for each of you. :)

---------------------------
>> it's hard to say what should be done.

>amen sister. uhm yes. we don't say everything that we could/ so that we
>can say later, "oh you misunderstood."  i do this a lot.  can i tell
>you this?  i feel like i can, and it'll be okay. so here goes:  it's a
>vulnerability thing-- can you trust yourself to open up to this person?
>and can you trust this person to guard what you give them?  just one
>person who abuses this trust/power relationship can scar and harden
you,
>keep you from giving yourself to others.  i've been thinking this a
lot.
>it's like janis joplin says at the end of ball and chain:  "tomorrow
never
>comes, man," (she says "man" a whole lot.  too much weed i
think.),"it's
>always the same fuckin' day."  she babbles a while... basically it
comes
>down to:  if you care about someone, show it.  if you love someone,
>fucking tell them, fucking love them as hard as you can.  yeah, it's
>risky, but you have to take that risk.  yeah, it's scary, but you've
gotta
>do it anyways, because life is too damn short and fucked up to go
through
>it silently loving someone and never telling them how you feel.  it's a
>big carpe diem thing-- seize it, seize the opportunity, take it with
both
>hands, "oh, no, don't close your eyes" (ani), take it, take it all.
fuck
>the consequences, fuck the implications of the actions, to hell with it
>all... whatever happens as a result is far far better than the
nothingness
>that is inevitable with silence.  your silence might protect you, but
in
>the long run, it's the loudness that is remembered.  when you're like
90
>and in a nursing home, do you want to look back and think about "ah, i
>remember so-and-so.  i was so in love with them.  never told them,
though.
>too afraid."  hells no!  you're gonna want to think about how you just
>took the bull by the horns or however that cliche goes and fucking
planted
>one on them!  fuck yeah!  they might turn away, they could reject you,
but
>at least you'll *know* and you won't tear yourself up over it. but
*why*
>should they reject you?  if you are so fully ready and willing to give
>someone something so beautiful and unconditional, if you are ready to
hand
>someone your heart on a fucking platter, then *why* would they reject
it?
>now how stupid is that?  to turn away from love?  that's so wrong!  how
>could they not want love?  how could they fail to see the beauty in
every
>living damn person, how could they say, "oh, so sorry, but i don't want
>you"?  that makes no fucking sense.  even so, ya gotta weight the
options:  do i wanna pathetically *pine*
>forever and ever?  or do i want to live?  you can't keep shit like that
>penned up inside you!  god no! life is too goddamned short to be
passive,
>or passionless, or apathetic about *anything* or *anyone*.  do you want
to
>spend your numbered days waiting quietly for life to happen *to* you,
for
>something/someone to drop into your lap?  remember, tomorrow never
comes.
>it's all the same *fucking* day.  nothing miraculous or heart-shaking
is
>going to happen today that didn't happen yesterday if you don't do
>something about it.  it's so hard to say what needs to be said.  hearts
>are chafing all over the fucking place; i know
>mine is.  and quite frankly, i am tired of it.  so now it comes down
to:
>can i take my own advice?  *there's* a fire just waiting for fuel.
>

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karen asked the mighty indigohioans:

>what color ribbon are we wearing to dickinson and
>where on our bodies are we gonna wear them?

i think we should wear big freakin' rainbow ribbon armbands!!!!
but of course that could just be my youthful "i'm a newbie to this queer
scene" enthusiasm.
jill ;)


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here is a new thread i have been wanting to throw out to everyone...

which song, strictly lyrically speaking, is the best written?  i'm talking
best poetic, crafted verse.  disregard the songs that have the most
personal meaning to you...while they could be the best written in your
opinion, too, i am thinking more along the lines of form and style and
such.  this should be interesting, especially to see if the the tried and
true faves show up on lists, or if people think that the best written songs
are those that they really don't care for.  so, listees, go for it!...and
try to state reasons, not just songs...i am really interested in what
reasons people think certain lyrics are supreme.

alisa, who is biding her time and thinking hard before she posts

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atlmouse wrote:

> hi all!
>
> i just received a gif of amy's tat (thanks jude) and was wondering if anyone
> knew what the meaning was behind it???
>
> has anyone had this tat tattooed on themselves???

it means love.  the symbol inside the hand is native american and about the best
interpretation, without going on and on, that amy could give for it was that it
means, basically, love.

-kate

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on mon, 20 apr 1998, jill certo wrote:

> i think we should wear big freakin' rainbow ribbon armbands!!!!

<silly sarcasm>
yeah, and *that* would really stand out at an indigo girls concert!  it'd be
like wearing a green shirt on st. patrick's day....you'd *really* stand out in
a crowd.
</silly sarcasm>

;)
anna

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you join it with music." --emily saliers (indigo girls)
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sorry for the waste of bandwidth,

jennifer from brown university i don't have your email addy-
i just wanted to say thank you for the boots, i love them, and your tape will
be en route tomorrow.

~peace, leah

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alisa greenberg wrote:

> here is a new thread i have been wanting to throw out to everyone...
>
> which song, strictly lyrically speaking, is the best written?  i'm talking
> best poetic, crafted verse.  disregard the songs that have the most
> personal meaning to you...while they could be the best written in your
> opinion, too, i am thinking more along the lines of form and style and
> such.  this should be interesting, especially to see if the the tried and
> true faves show up on lists, or if people think that the best written songs
> are those that they really don't care for.  so, listees, go for it!...and
> try to state reasons, not just songs...i am really interested in what
> reasons people think certain lyrics are supreme.

wow!  good question.  i've always thought "strange fire" is a remarkably
well-crafted song, verse-wise.  also "ghost," and "virginia woolf" are very
well-written (i'm a big vw fan, and i love the reference to her book, _a room
of one's own_ in that song.  it's done masterfully, imho).  "three hits" i
think is another extremely well-written song, as is "jonas and ezekial" and
"world falls."  i think it's the imagery in these songs that strikes me.  oh --
and did i mention "hand me downs?"  ;-)

oh great.  you asked for one and i gave you a million.  i'll have to try to
narrow those down...

-kate

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ammbuurr wrote:

> my best friend got to see the tatoo on her chest.....(wow, shes lucky) anywho,
> just thought id add...
>
> -amber-

did she say what kind of celtic knot it is?  i'm dying of curiosity!

thanks,
kate

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in a message dated 98-04-20 16:24:49 edt, you write:

<< which song, strictly lyrically speaking, is the best written?  i'm talking
best poetic, crafted verse. >>

strange fire-
from it's lyrics quoted right out of the old and new testaments to it's
pungent confessions in the chorus, this is literature. i have taken this song
apart lyrically in detail, and will email the messages therein to anyone who
emails me privately.

~leah

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did someone boot the memphis and mississippi state shows???
i'd love to have them both! although really ms cuz i was there! yeah! it
rocked it was the best..*s* we were right in front of the stage between
amy & emily's mics!!!!!!!! :) sooooo close...amazing considering it was
only our 2nd indigo girls concert! *giggling* during terri binion's set
amy went and sat in the sun on stage right..*s* very distracting...well
i'll shut up..*g*

but if anyone booted the shows let me know ok?

lamia


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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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>which song, strictly lyrically speaking, is the best written?
>i'm talking best poetic, crafted verse.

hands down unreservedly i scream a resounding "ghost!" at the
absolute maximum capacities of my ability as a human.  i leave
nothing to chance here.  make no question of it.  "everybody in
the house say 'ghost!'".

  "when i wake the things i dreamt about you last night makes me
   blush. when you kiss me like a lover then you sting me like a
   viper.  i go follow to the river, play your memory like the piper.
   and i feel it like a sickness, how this love that's killing
   me.  i'd walk into the fingers of your fire willingly, and
   dance the edge of sanity, i've never been this close.  in love
   with your ghost!"

oh emily .... i bow to thee.

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ok, i figured this was as good as any topic to jump in with my first
post.  i'm gonna have to go with "land of canaan".  the imagery is very
cool, and the idea of a person being (or not, as the case may be)
someone else's promised land is intense to say the least.  even this
ex-christian recognizes powerful prose when i hear it. :)

til next y'all
randy

excellent question btw. kudos alisa!
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*yay* i'm learning!

anyways, does anyone out there listen to kristen hall?  i first heard of
her on this cd i got calle women like us: lesbian favorites.  she had a
song called prey to you on there.  i proceeded to find her main web site,
and read some of her lyrics, then went hunting for her albums.  it's
pretty hard apparently.  i found be careful what you wish for (cassette)
which i bought, and i have seen fact or fiction, but haven't had the money
to buy it...i also know that ladyslipper has her stuff...
anyways!  on the album i have (bcwywf), there is a song called "following
my compass" that emily sings backup on and plays acoustic guitar on...and
sara lee plays bass on a bunch, and michelle malone sings back up on
"don't tell me" (another track)...
and she thanks amy ray, as well as the indigo girls *hehehe* what was with
the separate thanks - i have no idea :)

*grins* okay i think i've done going on...but check her out if you haven't
already...
and all you mm fans...i haven't heard any of her stuff?  and
recommendations on a starting point?

see ya!
--audra

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remember awhile back i posted poems about our girls to the list. now one
can be found on my web page with other poems and if you want to add a link
to mine e-mail me and i will add your page address.

http://www.members.tripod.com/~djlamb23/djlamb23.html

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hey kind listees!

i just offered this last week and already i have 13 cds to get out. :)
i'll be doing most tonight and sending them out.  if only i had two
cd burners. hehehe  oh, to dream. :)

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anyway, the reason i'm writing this is because i wanted to say to
everyone who has requested live on mountain stage there is a fellow
listee sending me "the mountain, kmtt-seattle 4/3/97 boot" to go
along with it to fill out the rest of the disc (so i don't go to
jail for using women's work). :)

e-mail me if you've already sent me your cd-r's to have loms put on
there -and- you don't want to wait for me to receive this other boot
to flush it out.  the listee is sending it today/tomorrow and it should
get here by the end of this week.  i'll do them this weekend and send
them back to you asap.  but if you want the boot right away please send
me e-mail stating so otherwise i'll wait.

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*  / | \  *  rick
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i copied it wrong so i am giving it again. missy

http://members.tripod.com/~djlamb23/djlamb23.html

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ya'll's the contraction for you all=ya'll

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best lyrics? wow, this is hard. i mean music, to me, is more than just
the lyrics. it's the choice of melody lines, harmonies, key, rhythm,
time signature. and it's the feeling conveyed by all of this and the
timbre and phrasing of the voice(s) singing. it's so synergistic that it
is hard for me to quantify what makes a good lyric  on its own. that
being said, here goes my take on the best lyrics:

how about a couple of non ig songs:

1) last time i saw richard, joni mitchell: okay, not an ig song, but
still absolutely great lyrics:

the last time i saw richard was detroit in '68
and he told me all romantics meet the same fate someday
cynical and drunk and boring someone in some dark cafe
you laugh, he said you think you're immune, go look at your eyes
they're full of moon
you like roses and kisses and pretty men to tell you
all those pretty lies, pretty lies
only pretty lies, just pretty lies


okay, why is this great? i love the rhyming in this, the 2nd line rhymes
with lines 1 and 3 and some unusual rhymes later in the song. plus it
tells us about richard and joni. it's just beautiful

2) born to run, bruce springsteen. the opening is pure poetry, really
great imagery. and the last line is soo sad.

the screen door slams
mary's dress waves
like a vision she dances
across the porch as the radio plays.
roy orbison singing for the lonely.
hey, that's me and i want you only.
don't turn home again, i just can't
face myself alone again.

for ig songs, my vote goes to:

1) wood song - the analogy (??) of a relationship as a wooden ship (on
the water very free...oh wait different song) is great. and the message
that if we avoid
conflict and opt for the easy way out then we have missed the journey is
wonderful. i mean, to me that's what poetry and songwriting is about,
finding a way to say many things with the same words. layers. i think
this song has many layers.

2) reunion - just the line "i have no need for anger...." is so great. i
also love the cadence in this song. it moves really nicely.

3)  love will come to you - this just relates a sentiment we all can
feel. good imagery.

4) land of canaan - a really great song. wonderful imagery. good
philosophical and biblical references. plus the idea of wanting
something (someone) and yet being afraid of that desire. great song.

okay, one more non ig song. imho, maybe the best song ever written.

tecumsuh valley, by townes van zandt. it's just a really sad, wonderful
story with great imagery. the rhyming is great with lots if inner rhymes
(i think that what it's called. english comp was a loooongg time ago).

good topic of conversation.

peace,

dann perkins
austin, texas

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i definitely can't come up with one. i thouhgt that the writing on shaming of
the sun definitely wasn't quite as good as others, and although it's a great
album and i love it, i don't think the best writing is on nomads. from this
list it will seem like i"m an emily person, but i'm not, i"m an equal, i guess
i think that emily is a better poet. anyway, these are some of the ones that
come to mind when i think of lyrical greatness:

left me a fool
love's recovery
blood and fire
ghost
language or the kiss
love will come to you
virginia woolf
wood song

these are the ones that suddenly come to mind, but i'm sure i could think of
others thatw ere just as good. anyway, i"m curious to see what others have to
say.
-liz

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hey everybody,

i was just checking out the daemon site and in addition to my excitement
at seeing the new cooper seay/viva la diva album finally released, there
are also some new notes from amy.  :)

notes from amy:

i am in a land of exotic birds, eucalyptus mists, bare skin, and long
distances...hello from australia.i have many thing to report from my
summertime coordinates.
in january the honor the earth board met up in minneapolis and went
through the grant making process to distribute the monies from the
last honor tour. we granted money to at least 19 indigenous
environmental groups ranging from canada to south america. all of
these groups are doing cutting edge environmental and community work.
some of the work includes-opposing nuclear waste dumps, securing toxic
waste cleanups, protecting buffalo,fighting devastating mining
practices, and encouraging chlorine free technology at paper mills. we
also funded groups that are fighting to keep the integrity of their
culture alive.these groups include-the national commission for
democracy in mexico(zapatistas) and tone tierre,a group helping to
pull the chicano community together and also doing a lot to support
native environmental issues. the honor the earth web site will have a
detailed listing of these groups. the honor cd has broken even and is
starting to pull in money to support the campaign. let me remind you
that this campaign serves us all. anybody interested in challenging
the power structure and ending the onslaught of corporate greed and
irresponsibility should check this group out.

february was definitely a working month in daemon world. terri binion
spent some time in nashville writing and investigating the music
scene.danielle howle and the tantrums played a string of dates with
the indigos and then jumped on the road with the kick ass country punk
outfit-whiskeytown. we participated in extravaganza-a music festival
in nashville usa. i am hoping to have some live tapes to broadcast
from the event. i wasn't there but i hear it went well.

as we head into march i am very excited about sxsw music festival in
austin. we have a showcase this year that will include-belloluna,
danielle howle and the tantrums, rockateens, and terri binion. we also
have a guest artist by the name of block.it is a very diverse line up
and it reflects the whole philosophy of the label. i always have a
rockin good time in austin ....

the new mongrels' second cd-big cup of empty will be out the third
week of march. once again musicians from l.a., atlanta, and seattle
joined together to record the songs of haynes brooke. the cd
is...hmmm..what should i say...very mongrel like-loose and
experimental, yet loyal to the craft of songwriting. we  won't be
touring behind this record, but to me, when i listen to the cd it
feels like the mongrels are in the room with me ...i don't know how we
would get all the dogs on the road anyway.

i just read an inspiring book called-the philosophy of punk by craig
o'hara(available through ak press in sanfrancisco). this book brings
the activism side of the punk movement out and helps to separate the
"chic" of punk from the real sentiment behind the scene.

thanks for your participation...as steve earle says,"here's to the
motherfuckin revolution" a ray

enjoy,

claudine

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to the guy who said ig are going to austin--my mail got returned...when are
they going to be there???

also, they are playing here in dallas thursday night with shawn colvin and two
other artists. it's at the majestic theater and is a celebration for the
anniversary of roe vs. wade.
-laura

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loves recovery, prince of darkness? maybe
val

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ghost~~~~my relationship
val

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i must agree with rick here. "ghost" kills me! how did emily so
poignantly and so intelligently analyze herself and then say "here guys,
this is how i'm feeling and now let me say it in larger world terms so
that you can all relate and connect with me..."
example.....
"and the mississippi's mighty but it starts in minnesota at a place that
you could walk across with five steps down. and i guess that's how you
started, like a pinprick to my heart, but at this point you rush right
through me and i start to drown. and there's not enough room in this
world for my pain. signals cross and love gets lost and time passed
makes it plain. of all my demon spirits i need you the most. in love
with your ghost, i'm in love with your ghost..."

ouch!!!!

:) smiles, cate

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hey list!!

i've been following the ani discussions this last week (i'm a newbie to the
list) and would like some advice on which ani cds to start out with. i've been
meaning to listen to her and don't know where to start.  thanks!!
leslie

p.s. while you're at it, what michelle malone cds should i start with!?!

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kristi himstedt
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"juliet....i'd do the stars with you anytime!"

it gives me the chills everytime, kristi

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it *is* without a doubt, ghost! *s*

lamia


"you will be saved by grace in the end
saved by time if you don't understand
that your hatred is rooted in your fear
and your paranoia and insecurities
well they don't belong here
you got to take someones hand
you got to learn to make your stand..."
--bob dylan

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i may be way out in la la land here..but isn't "keeper of my heart"
about the tattoo on her arm?? i always thought it was b/c of the
beginning:

"for you, i would tattoo me with lines crossing into a hand and a heart
that would never bleed.."
or am i grasping at straws here? :)

lamia

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woooooow! :) i'm so fired up i can hardly breathe. :)
i just finished my native american themes presentation...the topic?!
honor the earth/ native american vs. white relations...i introduced the
tour - explained its cause/concerns/purpose...described my experience...
played some music from the campaign c.d., including blood quantum...
yikes! people were lovin' it..can't tell you how many people said to me
"i never knew the indigo girls were so into native american issues --
they rock.." another quote?!  "it is amazing to me how such a large
group of people can get together for such a good cause and still, no one
hears about it...if i'd known about this long ago, my ass woulda been
doin' something by now. ;)" i almost did a little "hell yeah" dance in
the middle of the room...it took them a while, but at least they know
--i'm proud when i think about the fact that they were enlightened by
little old me. ;)
ummm...can we say my whole freaking class wants to attend honor the
earth?!  i had 15 frickin' people asking me about this cause...how they
can contribute...how they can go. :) sooo...i'm all on fire now...i'm
just dumbfounded because i presented to 35 people and not one had heard
of it...i think there's definitely something wrong with that -- if
people were more aware, honor the earth would get 100 times more support
than it's already getting... i passed out info...gave daemon
addresses...honor the earth campaign addresses, and i just feel like i
changed a lot of lives. ;) yay for me! :) we need to get people goin' on
this...there are a lot of unfortunates out there (uhh...half of my
campus!)who haven't been lucky enough to hear about it.  let's get the
freak on people! :)
i haven't felt this good in a really long time. :)
later dudes,
bethany :)

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no problem!  here it is, listees...

>from: bonnemot <bonnemot@aol.com>
>date: mon, 20 apr 1998 19:59:22 edt
>to: agreenb1@swarthmore.edu
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>in a message dated 4/20/98 4:24:58 pm eastern daylight time,
>agreenb1@swarthmore.edu writes:
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><< which song, strictly lyrically speaking, is the best written?  >>
>
>hey alisa, post this for me will you?  i can't reply to all for some odd
>reason!
>
>not that it's the all out best, but one of my favorite songs lyrically
>speaking is southland in the springtime.  i am from the south, and i truly
>love the lyrics to this song.  i love the way emily totally evokes that secure
>homey feeling (beneath a quilt somebody's mother made by hand), how she loves
>to watch the landscape as they drive (the peachtrees stitched across the land
>and whatever it is she says about the farmland like a tapestry passed down
>through generations), how she feels like a southerner deep down inside (till
>im home again to spend my favorite season -  amen - when god made me born a
>yankee he was teasin).  i personally think that shoudl be the theme song of
>the kentucky derby instead of that corny dan fogelberg song run for the roses.
>it's a simple song, but very beautiful and full of excellent southern imagery.
>on the shades of indigo interview, em says she works really hard to make every
>song convey the exact message she wants it to, and i think she succeeded on
>this one.  of course, this opinion could be somewhat flavored by the fact that
>it is spring, and all my flowers and trees are in full bloom and it's freakin
>beautiful down here.....
>
>see all y'all
>
>bon
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*g* for those who corrected me lemme assure you i know that the correct
spelling for y'all is y'all...however
i'm in the habitt of spelling it ya'll and well that's just a hpabit i
don't feel like taking the time to break! it's like putting ect instead
of etc...somewhere along the line i did it wrong and it became a habit!
i *am* aware of how it should be spelled though!

but it's one of those lil things that annoys ppl well..too bad! :)

lamia

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  ealier this year when i only had a few indigo albums i went to my school's
battle of the bands,  two sisters that go there, have a great little band,
they do alot of folk songs , and they covered a song this year called love's
recovery,  and then i didn't immediatly recognize it as an ig song, but i was
sitting next to my friend and leaned over and said, "you know that sure sounds
alot like the indigo girls, i bet it is, cause i think ive heard of it, it
sounds like something emily would write."  after the show i went to
congratulate cindy and katy on a wonderful job, i said "was that the indigo
girls?" the both smiled recognizing a fellow fan and said " yes!"
so by merely the chords, melodies, and words, of a song i'd never even heard
before i was able to recognize it as indigo material.
aren't our girls wonderful?
val

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ok!! i hope im not retarded!!  did i send all you people a pic of amy's tat or
just the pic of her??
sorry if i messed up
val

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date:         mon, 20 apr 1998 18:12:29 -0700
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        the wood song is my favorite ig lyrical compostition~

        i love the analogy of sailing in a ship to reach a point of land.
if you have smooth sailing (calm winds) things will be fine, but you may not
have enough wind (i.e. gusty and turbulent winds) to make it to the point
<on time>.
        the analogy of course is the finite lifetime of an individual...
what's the point of life?  will you make a difference for the good or bad?
at the end of your life, what can you say you accomplished?  so, should you
take it easy and not rock the boat or battle the turbulent waters of life
and hopefully gain a meaningful experience?

        "the wood is tired and the wood is old
        and we'll make it fine if the weather holds
        but if the weather holds then we'll have missed the point
        that's where i need to go" - emily


        "sometimes i think life is just a rodeo
        the trick is to ride and make it to the bell" (fogerty - tom(?))

cool runnings~
tony :)

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date:         mon, 20 apr 1998 17:25:54 -0400
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hi there,

i may be in new haven on 4/25 and was wondering if anyone had two tickets
for sale.  i'm no longer on the list so if you want to contact me, you'll
have to e-mail me directly.  thanks very much!

lori
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as i sit cleaning the mississippi mud off my shoes, i'm thinking "golly
gee willakers, it sure would be nice to be reliving my recent concert
experience with, say, a tape of the show from yesterday in good ol'
starkville!" can anyone out there help me out??

cathy :)

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ani!! she is my woman :)
if anyone ever asks what to start with, i offer up "living in clip" if you
are into investments, because it's a double cd - but it's live, which is
the closest you get to seeing her live.  but if you wanna play it safe,
and just go with the standard cd/cassette purchase, my fave is puddle
dive.  there are my suggestions. :)

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hi.  could someone please write me and give me info on the yale spring
fling?  i need to know the time, location (old campus i think), and if
non-students are allowed in.  also, is michelle malone really going to
be there?  i saw it on her tour schedule but it wasn't written anywhere
else.  thanks a lot.  love, juliet

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hey all
received mine from my branch and i need a setlist, date, venue, guests etc.
if someone could send me this it would be much appreciated!
thanks
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i have to say i'm in accordance with some others on the list...to me,
while the lyrics may be very powerful, sometimes the music (melody,
harmony, choice of instruments, etc) lend meaning to the song for me...
an example would be in gotm...when amy sings the line "i must say around
some corner i can sense a resting place" - the line in and of itself
doesn't stand out from any other lyrics of the world...but it makes me
smile and makes me squirm because of the way she sings it :)

so while i can't say which lyrics i think are best written (simply because
i think they are all wonderful for different reasons), i will share which
songs just move mefor the combination of all the things listed above (and
yes i'm looking at an alphabetical list because it's almost 10p and my
brain doesn't want to think *hee*):

crazy game - fare thee well - hey jesus - history of us - keeper of my
heart - kid fears - least complicated - leeds - left me a fool - love will
come to you - love's recovery - mystery - powe of two - romeo and juliet -
southland in the springtime - watershed...

there. :)
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k, a buncha questions for anyone who knows the answers...
does anyone know who's replacing michelle?
does anyone know if there are still tickets available?
can someone send me the phone number to order tickets-- that protajas
place?  the girl who lives next to me wants to go, and me with my
superior organizational skills seems to have misplaced the number...
heh heh
thank you very muchly
jill :)

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date:         mon, 20 apr 1998 22:10:12 -0400
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did anyone hear anything about an ig show in mariatta college in mariatta
(sorry about the spelling!!!!), ohio????  i heard a rumor, but i don't see
it anywhere!

:-) karen

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ok...i must say that i agree with a lot of what the list as a whole has
been saying...i must throw out this suggestion, though...

mystery.

i listen to it and marvel at how emily captures the essence of a turbulant
relationship and how beautiful and frightening and confusing it can be all
at the same time.

        "oh you set up your place in my thoughts, moved in and made my
thinking crowded"

that gives me chills everytime.  how can someone so perfectly capture a
confusing, bittersweet relationship and the chaos and dishevelment (a
word?) of a newly forming duo?  amazes me everytime i hear it.

and while the lines "why do you spend this time with me, may be an equal
mystery" are simple, i think their simplicity are the most beautiful thing
in the song.  equating the love of another to huge questions of life and
the universe and wondering about the validity of that love just as the
validity of those huge metaphysical things is something that it seems
everyone goes through once in a while, but no one can really articulate.

        "to exist it must elude."

has anyone ever summed up love so perfectly before?  i think not.

        "maybe that's all that we need is to be in the middle of impossibility"

an exact reason for why so many loves don't survive...people are expecting
something that they can't have realistically...they expect to be in
something impossible.  you go, emily.

so, that is my take on the best lyrics of the ig.  whew...what an emotional
resurrgence this email was.

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> which song, strictly lyrically speaking, is the best written?  i'm talking

   amy is very forthright and her stream of consciousness stuff is
wonderful, but if you're talking about the craft of songwriting, emily has
to take the cake --- both of them will attest to that.  i'd say "ghost."
the rhyme scheme is standard, and the rhythm isn't much of a departure
from the norm, but the imagery and symbolism are incredible.

   darius

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god forbid if word got out about your house of cards..."
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> 2) born to run, bruce springsteen. the opening is pure poetry, really
> great imagery. and the last line is soo sad.
>
> the screen door slams
> mary's dress waves

   not to be nitpicky, but the song you're thinking of is thunder road.
how a jersey-boy can create such a great slice of the heartland is beyond
me...  does anybody happen to have an mp3 or tape of melissa etheridge
singing this with bruce?  apparently she did during her vh1 duets...i'd
kill for it.

   darius

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poison the beds where they spawn
drag the last tiger to market,
so some prick can stand tall in taiwan..."
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augh.  i swear i couldn't be any dumber if i was *trying*!  honestly.  so i
missed the story on dateline about va slam!  was there any igc?  i heard the
last 2 sentences of stone's report.  :(  of course the dumbest thing is that i
was watching every other time it wasn't supposed to be on, and now when it is on
i get all responsible and crap writing papers.  that sense of responsibility has
a way of kicking in at the very worst moments.  so i'm desperate.  well not
desperate, but anxious.  i missed this, and also the most recent austin city
limits (this one was pbs's fault...4 different pbs affiliates in detroit and
none of them carry the program!).  i don't have much to trade in the way of
videos.  i've got some lovely concert photos (most of you have samples) and
that's aobut it.  a few boots.  is anyone willing to help me out with these
appearances?  i'm sure there are lots of people who would love a copy, but what
we need is one copy to start with.  anyone have the time to help?  thanks for
listening...

marivel

p.s.  chris b?  if you're out there, by this friday i'll be finished with my
masters in spanish and can finally get to important stuff like finishing your
boots.  they're coming i swear!

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howdy all,

  in the song "least complicated", emily does a lyrical trick that i
think has never been truly appreciated.  she repeats the first verse in
the end using it as the last verse also.  even though this is common in
songwriting, emily rarely does it.  but for this particular song, it fits
perfectly with the message she is trying to get across: that patterns
repeat themselves.  so, after she's taken us through a ride of a song, she
ends it in the same place as when she began.  sitting 2 stories above the
street.

i also love how she expands on her thoughts.  this style seems to be
running rampant in "language or the kiss".  she says:

there was steam on the windows from the kitchen
& laughter like a language i once spoke with ease
but i'm made mute by the virtue of decision
i choose most of your life goes on without me

the 3rd line is such a great transition between thoughts.  because the
word "mute" refers to the line before, and "decision" is talking about the
next line.

and i still think "hey jesus" is one of the best laments a person
struggling with religion could ever write.  the style is like talking but
she touches on so many things that people think about and makes it rhyme
too.

sorry this is so long

wendell

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<< hello :) regarding the strange fire lyrics,
i'm "emailing you privately" but i think you should post it :)

i got a ton of these- my mailbox was full! so i'm going posting my
interpretation of the sf lyrics to the list-just delete if you're not
interested. ignore if you disagree...

in the old testament, the first five books are the pentateuch (or, in jewish
tradition, the law of moses) - and describe (among other things) the desert
wanderings, when moses led the israelites out of egyptian capitivity through
the desert in search of the promised land, (see lyrics to land of canaan!)

okay, during these 40 or so years of desert wanderings, the god of the old
testament, through moses, is said to have handed down all the laws, rules,
regulations and codes that governed life for the 12 travelling tribes. among
the most important of these were the religious rituals around sacrifices-
offerings to be brought before god for a variety of reasons- burnt offerings
were the most general, being for sins, expression of devotion, commitment and
complete surrender, etc. like everything else about the tribal life, there
were very strict rules about the manner, time and place of these offering
ceremonies. only the tribe of levi, the priests, were permitted to enter the
inner most rooms of the traveling sanctuary known to them as a tabernacle. the
mosy holy place was the center of the tabernacle, and only aaron (head of the
tribe) and his sons, could enter there.  it is important to keep in mind that
under other sections of the law, namely as recorded in leviticus 20:13,
homosexuality (male, actually) is specifically condemned by the god of the old
testament.

now, in leviticus 10:1-2, and also in numbers 3:2, the story is told of the
day that 2 of aaron's sons, nadab and abihu, who had apparently been recently
consecrated as priests, put incense in their ceremonial vessels used for
bringing burnt offerings and brought it before the god of the old testament in
a manner that was outside the strict rules and regulations moses gave them.
the fire escaped their vessels and was said to have consumed them and they
were killed. many translations of the bible have called the fire they brought
'unauthorized fire' or 'strange fire' and in amy's lyrics it represents an
offering made outside the boundaries of the strict rules and laws of the god
of the old testament. (here's where my interpretation says she's talking about
a love that exceeds the laws of the o.t., meaning being gay.)

the next few lines are a direct quote from proverbs 6:16 (new international
version) 'there are six things that god hates, seven that are detestable to
him: haughty eyes, a lying tongue, hands that shed innocent blood, a heart
that devises wicked...'

then we switch to the new testament- calvary, and the hypocracy of the men who
claimed to interpret its meaning for the rest of us.

now, i fear this post has gotten too long, so if you're still interested, you
can email me privately to discuss it more. k?

~peace~leah

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hi, i'm new to the list and i wanted to introduce myself (kinda) as
well, since it seems the thing to do.  actually, what i really wanted
was to remark on some of the things i've been reading lately (been on
for about two weeks now).
forgive me if some of this is kind of late, i live in a very different
time zone.  not that it should make a difference, but this whole world
of e-mail is pretty new to me as well, and i don't have as much time to
give it as i should.

so, about the "fan" discussion, i wanted to say that in a way "fan" and
"friendship" are really about two steps apart.  in a way, i'm a fan of
all my friends.  i respect and admire them, and i'm a supporter of
almost anything they do.  i guess the difference is that it's a two way
relationship with friends, but with "fan-hood" (fan-ship?  fan-ness?)
it's one way, and that's what makes it so hard.  the way i see it, the
people whom i've gotten to know through their music (poetry!), like the
girls and ani and dar, are all people whom i would have made my friends
whether or not they became famous, had i met them.  they can still be
considered "potential friends" cuz who knows what life may bring?  i
don't know that i would go running after signed stuff and such
paraphernalia (not that i have anything against that stuff, and why is
everyone so defensive on this list, i feel like i'm walking a tightrope
and if i say one wrong thing, someone's going to "flame me" and while
we're at it, what the hell is a "flame" anyway?  toldja - i'm new to
this) simply cuz i guess i don't feel like it would further a two-way
relationship, just reinforce a one-sided one, and therefore what would
be the point, y'know?

as for what i would do with the girls if i had them for a day, well, i
would take em both, and anyone else who was interested in coming (as
long as they're prepared to join the singing) on a quick tour of
jerusalem (where i live) simply cuz it would be a travesty not to if
you're already here, and then we'd hop into a van and go to sinai, to
hike up the mountains there, and at night, round the campfire,
surrounded by the beauty (and bugs?) of nature, we'd break out the
guitars, and sing to the sky, and talk about life and the world and how
to make things better and build a little unity, at least among those of
us there, that would hopefully make the world a better place in and of
itself.
i believe music and singing can do that.

the other thing i wanted to do is applaud all of you who are unselfishly
offering boots.  i moved to israel about four years ago, and while i'd
heard of the girls back in high school, i didn't really get into them
till i worked at my college radio station the year before i moved.
unfortunately that means - please don't gape in shock - that i have
never seen them in concert.  you can imagine how i feel.  originially
i'm from la, and even if i go home during the summer, more likely than
not they've just left the area, and i can't afford to fly everywhere
just to follow them, wish i could.  i missed lilith fair - that really
hurt.  and if you think i can find the cd here in israel, you are so
mistaken it makes me want to cry.  so, for all those who offered, i'm
going to figure out how to email  you personally (that's the right
etiquette, right?  i'm still kinda confused) and if anyone else wants to
take pity on my indigolessness, bless you.  gezundheit.

how come noone comes to play in israel?  why play in japan, germany, why
not here?  there's a huge population here ready to fall in love with the
girls, i just don't get it.  any ideas?

it's really a pleasure to meet you guys, and i sure as hell i hope i did
this right....
(a little hesitant about my computer skills, can you tell?)

peace and truth,

*starr*

"everything i do is judged and they mostly get it wrong but, oh well
cuz the bathroom mirror has not budged and the woman who lives there can
tell
the truth from the stuff that they say, she look me in the eye
says "would you prefer the easy way? no, well, ok then, don't cry" - ani

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no igc in the dateline special.  it was really the story of leslie nuchow and
her battle against philip morris, the cigarette company that owns virginia
slims cigarettes.  it was a good feature and it did mention that leslie is
planning more virginia slam concerts.  the announcer did mention next week's
show, but there was no igc whatsoever.

if someone did find igc on the show, please post the info to the list.

wmntime

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ohmygod! how could i forget "blood and fire"?!?!?  the *most* intense ig
song, imo (romeo and juliet doesn't count 'cuz they didn't write it, but
amy sure as hell made it hers :)  let's take a listen again, shall we?

"i am looking for someone who can take as much as i give
and give back as much as i need
and still have the will to live.
i am intense, i am in need,
i am in pain, i am in love..."

damn.  just typing that gives me the shivers.  then you add in amy's
incredibly emotional voice and it's enough to make a grown man cry
(which i've done to this song).  friends of mine know if i'm in major
bad shape emotionally if i'm listening to this song over and over and
over....:)

randy (who is intense, in need, in pain and in love...and not minding a
bit :)
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212-302-7870 ext 2765
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date:         tue, 21 apr 1998 09:42:03 -0500
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hey kind listees!  if you have a moment, please read this.
you'll know (i hope) if it applies to you.

-----
i don't mind making the offers i do because i enjoy doing this
for people, across the board.  i am involved in several local
charity organizations where i donate my time, i'm secretary for
indianapolis's pride chapter, indy pride, and i am constantly
helping all my friends with their computer problems.  so i'd
say i'm a fairly generous person, not so much as others and
sometimes more than i would like to be and other times not as
much as i'd like to be.  but if you average it all out i'm not
a slacker and there are issues i care about.

this brings me to my point.  when i offer to make you a copy of
some cd i have, or to put your boot tapes onto cds then that's
what i'm offering.  i'm not offering and don't like it when you
send me 3 copies of the cds, one for you, one for your sister
and one for your friend.  that's taking advantage of me when
i've offered something to you that would cost a pretty penny
if you took it somewhere and had it done professionally.

to everyone who's sent me multiple copies of the cds for this
loms+seattle and b&jnff discs i will go ahead and burn all the
copies you've sent.  but i'm not going to do it anymore.  if
your sister and your friends want a copy that bad then *you*
can dub them off a tape when you get the cds back.  i'm not
a service here and i want you to realize a few things about
what i'm offering:

  it takes a minimum of 20 minutes to burn a cd (at 4x).  the setup
  time alone is another one-time 15 minute pop or so per cd (even if
  it's already on cd and all i have to do is copy it to the hard
  drive and tell the burner software what order to put the
  songs in).  so, when you ask for three copies of a 2 cd set,
  how much of my time is that you're taking away?  i've donated
  40 minutes to you out of the goodness of my hear, and you're
  stealing another 80 minutes away, minimum.  if it's your own
  boot tape i'm having to sample then you can just about double
  that time because it takes the entire length of the boot tape
  to scan it in (usually about 100 minutes), then i have to apply
  filters and noise reduction and whatever (another hour minimum)
  then i have to break it out into tracks, which involves me listening
  to large portions of it here and there to find the best place to
  break it up, then i have to set up the burner software and make
  sure the tracks are in the right order, etc.  making cds from boot
  tapes is a 4 hour process per tape.

why don't you sit in front of your computer reading a book or
playing the guitar or listening to music for 80+ minutes sometime
and see how long that actually is when you can't do anything because
if you do it might cause a data stream "blurp" and voula! you've just
made a frisbee (the cd guru term for an unusable cd), which in turn
means you've just bought someone a new blank cd to replace the one
you're throwing in the trash can.

i'm not pissed and i'm not trying to be pissy.  i just want everyone
to know what i'm offering and how rude it is to steal away someone's
time like that.  i would never do that!  never!  i might ask if i
could have an extra set *before i sent my cd-r's out*, but i would
never just mail them thinking "oh another set will never matter."
to me that's one of the rudest things possible!  it's as if you went
up to that person and waved a wand and took that time off their life,
which is essentially what you're doing because i'll never get that
time back.

i make the offers i make because i am generous.  if you're not happy
with what i offer then ask for something different or go somewhere else.
i doubt you'll find too many people who are willing to offer away their
time as i have to the ig list.

one final note!  the vast overwhelming majority of you do ask me before
sending, so please don't think it's you.  i am happy with 95% of you.
i've received 4 or 5 boxes of discs like this.  one person sent me
8 boot tapes to put onto 10 cds for them (that's 32+ hours of my
time they've just taken away).  another sent 6 boot tapes, an additional
24 hours gone.  it's those people i'm targeting here ... but i wanted
everyone else to know before they did the same thing.  that's why i've
posted to the list instead of individual listees.

i don't mind doing 2 or 3 tapes at a time because i do get some good
boots now and again and i can usually get it done in an evening or two,
or on a saturday ... but i think it's majorly insulting to have someone
just assume another human would donate that much of their time away like
that.  i can't stress this enough.

i'm sure someone will flame me (probably those people who have taken
advantage of me in this way).  so please do so.  i await your excuses.

foxmuldr@indy.net

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hey y'all .. michelle is currently on the road and wanted to let you all know
that she will be appearing at the magic bag in ferndale mich.  this
friday....the 24th..
i know i have talked to a few people on the list about different genres of
music.. so you mich. folks.. her's your chance to check it out..

later

tune

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i dare someone to flame him...and i'll "get" you...hehe
seriously though, this is a great point...
i wonder if rick has thought of some sort of trade to help make up for his
time loss,etc. like blank cds that aren't going to be burned (for him, in
case one gets messed up so that he doesn't have to buy more) or shipping
and handling or stuff like that...
  anyway, cheers to rick for making the cds in the first place!
(why can't we just dub boots on tape for folks, anyway?)
    peace,
       sharoane

> -----
> i don't mind making the offers i do because i enjoy doing this
> for people, across the board.  i am involved in several local
> charity organizations where i donate my time, i'm secretary for
> indianapolis's pride chapter, indy pride, and i am constantly
> helping all my friends with their computer problems.  so i'd
> say i'm a fairly generous person, not so much as others and
> sometimes more than i would like to be and other times not as
> much as i'd like to be.  but if you average it all out i'm not
> a slacker and there are issues i care about.
>
> this brings me to my point.  when i offer to make you a copy of
> some cd i have, or to put your boot tapes onto cds then that's
> what i'm offering.  i'm not offering and don't like it when you
> send me 3 copies of the cds, one for you, one for your sister
> and one for your friend.  that's taking advantage of me when
> i've offered something to you that would cost a pretty penny
> if you took it somewhere and had it done professionally.

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here you go - straight from the site.  the girls got a mention in usa today.


http://www.usatoday.com/life/enter/lep1.htm

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i think i can die now - all 3 in one night - folks - you ougtha come to
portland - its the size of someville theater - far smaller than
harborlights!
*goosebumps*


fran - email me asap, ok?
mike r.

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lel (my sister) and i were discussing this and she said:
"i can't believe no one's said the language or the kiss!!!!" she's right
i can't believe i forgot that one...that's right up there with ghost!

lamia

i stood outside and kept my eyes upon that empty chair...

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marivel danielson wrote:

> augh.  i swear i couldn't be any dumber if i was *trying*!  honestly.  so i
> missed the story on dateline about va slam!  was there any igc?

i watched it and there was nary a mention of ig, so on that end, you didn't miss
anything.  what was hilarious was watching the spokeswoman from phillip-morris try
to shift the blame to the woman (her name escapes me) who created virginia slam!.  a
different spokesperson for pm did the exact same thing when that pm ex-executive
turned over all the sensitive documents to the justice department and went on "60
minutes."  pm are so transparent, it's just becoming a joke.

-kate

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just wondering if any of you ig-nads have given 'a letter to eve' a listen
( on the pete seeger tribute). interesting interpretation...i like it. i
haven't been perusing the recent set lists...have they ever done this in
concert?
m

"free your mind and your ass will follow" (funkadelic)

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i agree with alisa that "mystery" is one of the best, but she didn't quote my
favorite lines from it:

"so what is love then?
is it dictated or chosen?
does it sing like the hymns of 1000 years
or is it just pop emotion?"

i love that. "just pop emotion."and i have to agree with this as well:

> amy is very forthright and her stream of consciousness stuff is
> wonderful, but if you're talking about the craft of songwriting, emily has
> to take the cake --- both of them will attest to that.

i think amy's lyrics have improved a lot over the years. i mean, look at the
difference between "blood and fire" and "cut it out" (and it may be her difference
in maturity rather than in lyrics that i'm noticing....hmmm.) but even some of her
best songs are kind of obscure, making it hard to immediately identify with what
she's saying as i do with emily. as an example, i now think the lyrics to "shed
your skin" are clever ("115, you are 17 / itchy trigger venomous") but until i
read the faq's explanation of them, i had no idea what she was talking about. (for
those who don't know what i'm talking about, read the faq! it is a miraculous
document filled with many wonders.)

honestly, we ought to divide this thread into best amy songs and best emily songs.
it's so hard to compare them.

my favorite amy songs (lyrically): three hits, jonas and ezekial, chickenman,
touch me fall ("cypress moon, bald in june / like the granite in a stream" - one
of amy's most poetic images ever).

emily songs: ghost, mystery, language or the kiss ("i used to lie like that alone
out on the driveway / trying to read the greek upon the stars / the alphabet of
feeling"), southland in the springtime.

i'm sure i've forgotten lots of songs in both categories. oh well.

tracy
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ghostghostghostghostghostghostghostghostghost
ummm...yeah. i'm thinking ghost. definitely. with maybe love will come to
you as a close second...and mystery...and...umm...land of
canaan...and...well, okay...they're all good. never mind. but ghost still
is amazing...probably their best, in my opinion.
and for whoever (sorry, i didn't pay attention) mentioned bruce
springsteen...weren't those the lyrics to thunder road? i don't think i
read those wrong...course, i could have...but i definitely agree....

meghan

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did anyone tape the sarah mclachlan "storytellers" special on vh1? i
missed most of it am i'm soooo bummed. can anyone help? i have *great
things* to trade....tempting? hahaha
happy, sunny days... cate :)

"i remember the time when i came so close to you, let everything go, it
seemed the only truth..." *emily saliers


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a friend who was visiting washington from montana thought that the town
puyallup was pronounced "pull y'all up" and thought it sounded like a right
friendly town. :) (actual pronunciation is pew al up.)

anne

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gotta take issue with something here...

;-)

tracy hart wrote:

> i think amy's lyrics have improved a lot over the years. i mean, look at the
> difference between "blood and fire" and "cut it out" (and it may be her difference
> in maturity rather than in lyrics that i'm noticing....hmmm.)

i think "blood and fire" is scorchingly intense!  i don't see any immaturity there at
all.  that's one of the first songs in which i realized that amy pretty much writes
what's in my head, which is freaky to say the least.  but i think that's an amazing
song, lyrically as well as musically -- no room for improvement there, imho.  you
speak of her lyrics "improving," but niether emily nor amy since has come close to the
dramatic imagery in "strange fire!"  i dunno.  their songs are just different, i
really don't see them improving, just being different.  they reflect the changes in
their lives very well and the changes in their musical tastes, but how can you really
improve upon "crazy game," or "hey jesus," or "closer to fine," or "love's recovery,"
or "prince of darkness," or "kid fears?"  their songs are just not comparable to one
another, i think.

this isn't a flame, btw, merely a difference of opinion!  and i'm not being
defensive!  ;-)  ;-)

-kate

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i've had a flood of messages from people who've already sent me
two blank cd's for the loms + b&jff boots without e-mailing me
about it beforehand.  don't worry about it.

it's nice to hear from people to let me know that they're sending
out the cdr's before they send them, but it's not necessary.  only
those people who want something different *need* to ask me beforehand.

the rest of you can just snail-mail away! :)

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i've just been listening to an ig boot with michelle malone
guesting on it.  i really love her voice!  i've heard of her
from time to time but have never heard any of her stuff.  does
anyone know what some good albums are?  maybe a "best of"?

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hey!

i am leaving for the kentucky show now!  is anyone planning on booting it?
i won't be able to cause i don't have the correct equiptment.  i'll be
writing down the setlist, though.  i hope to see some of you there.  i am
wearing a green get out the map ig shirt, a mint green jacket, jeans, and
i'll have a yellow, green, and red bag with me!  i'll post about it when i
get back!

:-) karen

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> i've just been listening to an ig boot with michelle malone
> guesting on it.  i really love her voice!  i've heard of her
> from time to time but have never heard any of her stuff.  does
> anyone know what some good albums are?  maybe a "best of"?

   her most accessible album is the newest one, beneath the devil moon,
and it showcases her and all her numerous talents.  try that one first,
and if you like what you hear, go for other stuff.

   darius

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poison the beds where they spawn
drag the last tiger to market,
so some prick can stand tall in taiwan..."
   ---bruce cockburn, "wise users"

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one of the jobs i currently hold is at the town hall where i live.  i'm
the front desk dyke *hee* so i get any kind of job imaginable (usually
something no one else wants to do, but i love to do...i'm a
freak...)...anyway, my latest job is going through all these maps they
have stored in the vault, identifying and labeling them, and making a
computer file of that list....
every morining, when i got to get a bunch of them out i sing "get out the
map" and the first time i did it, my co-workers cracked up because they
thought i was just making it up (as if i could make up something as
brilliant as an ig song...) because of the job i had to do...but i
explained it to them (cause they are old and/or out there apparently!) and
they thought it was cool (cause i told them i could prolly sing a song or
line for anything i do :)
*heh* thought i would share.

--audra

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hkf,

   i was wondering if someone out there in ig land might be able to give me
any/all info they know about the lilith fair...preferably the west coast leg
of the tour.  i m interested in on sale dates, veues, and line ups....anything
will help.

thanks,
em

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hi if  anyone likes to read lesbian stories then check out my new page
that is linked to my other page, but be warned if you are a crier to have a
box of tissues near by, because you will cry at the first part. i know i
did when i typed them up there. the site is
http://members.tripod.com/~djlamb23/tjlamb.html

missy

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i live right outside of pittsburgh and was wondering is anyone could tell
me how long a drive it is from there to columbus?  i am in the process of
trying to convince my best friend to drive up for lilith, but driving ho,e
might be the tricky thing.  i am thinking it's, like, 4 hours...am i right?

thanks.

alisa

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chiqhiker wrote:

> a friend who was visiting washington from montana thought that the town
> puyallup was pronounced "pull y'all up" and thought it sounded like a right
> friendly town. :) (actual pronunciation is pew al up.)

it seems that there are several cities in washington state that people have
problems pronouncing.  who out there not from washington can pronounce the city
of sequim correctly?

and, just because this is an ig site, who can name the city which amy ray
conspicuously mispronounces, where the mispronounciation takes place, and what
the correct pronounciation is?

i'm wondering just how many washingtonians have walked up to amy and taken her
to task for her misponounciation of this place!

;-)

-kate

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ok, i'll guess sequim = seek-wim

and to answer the other question:  it's "spokane" which amy
pronounces spo-cane instead of spo-can in "hey kind friend."

mary.

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chiqhiker wrote:

> a friend who was visiting washington from montana thought that the town
> puyallup was pronounced "pull y'all up" and thought it sounded like a right
> friendly town. :) (actual pronunciation is pew al up.)

it seems that there are several cities in washington state that people have
problems pronouncing.  who out there not from washington can pronounce the city
of sequim correctly?

and, just because this is an ig site, who can name the city which amy ray
conspicuously mispronounces, where the mispronounciation takes place, and what
the correct pronounciation is?

i'm wondering just how many washingtonians have walked up to amy and taken her
to task for her misponounciation of this place!

;-)

-kate

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oh lord yes, the way amy sings r and j and blood & fire,  oh baby,
val

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who out there not from washington can pronounce the city
> of sequim correctly?

i can: its squim (like squirm without the "r").  i once took the
deposition of a marine biologist from up there who insisted that
everyone pronounce his hometown properly.

hugh barroll

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>just wondering if any of you ig-nads have given 'a letter to eve' a
listen
sarah has...i guess they played it on the radio.  it was an alternative
station from ann arbor that i have *never* heard ig on.  i guess sarah
has also heard galileo too though on that station.
anyway...i'm sure y'all care deeply about radio sightings....

love,
  ~carol~

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woowoo! i was just about to post this.
it's in hey kind friends.  and, y'all, it's spo-can, not spo-cane.
*tittertittertitter*

--ariel "let's all say squim together" federow ;)
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that you must forget
if you're climbing out of yourself.
if you're going to smash into the sky."
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on tue, 21 apr 1998, kathleen mulhern wrote:

> chiqhiker wrote:
>
> > a friend who was visiting washington from montana thought that the town
> > puyallup was pronounced "pull y'all up" and thought it sounded like a right
> > friendly town. :) (actual pronunciation is pew al up.)

> and, just because this is an ig site, who can name the city which amy ray
> conspicuously mispronounces, where the mispronounciation takes place, and what
> the correct pronounciation is?
>
> i'm wondering just how many washingtonians have walked up to amy and taken her
> to task for her misponounciation of this place!
>
> ;-)
>
> -kate
>
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hi,

well, we have been busy around the offices the last few months and
felt it was time to let everyone know what's going on.

new on the web

***sonia tetlow - reclaiming beauty***
out on atlanta based, elbo records, sonia is one of the strongest new
musicians in atlanta.  this is her first full-length solo album that proves
to be poetic, personal and very diverse.  between her howling rock songs
and tender ballads, she is making and incredible impact on the music
scene.

***big fish ensemble - the state bird of big fish ensemble***
it's here!  the fourth incredible release by bfe and they've risen to statehood!
twelve new songs by veterans michael lorant, sheila doyle, leigh finlayson,
and paul schwartz.

***e. cooper seay - fin de siecle***
i know you've been waiting for this one and i'm happy to say it
is finally here.   received a shipment last week and we're
ready to ship!  for those of you who pre-ordered, you should
have yours by now or will see it in the next few days.

***the tantrums - t-shirts and stickers***
danielle howle and the tantrums have designed some really
cool t-shirts and stickers.  they sent us a few to offer on the
web.  check 'em out.

april special

***lift - lifelike***
you've got to have this cd!  we're offering it at a reduced price
and a free lift tour poster with every order.  check the monthly
special on the web for details.

new daemon artists

***three finger cowboy***
we are very excited to announce a new band just signed to the
daemon family.  three finger cowboy out of birmingham, al.
they recently played a showcase for the daemon staff and
i've never seen so much dancing!  they're in the studio now
and will have their first release on june 16th.

t-shirt contest

***may 1st deadline***
you still have time to send in your entries for our t-shirt contest.
we've gotten quite a few but we want more!  make this hard
for us to choose!  details and guidelines on the web.

web sites

***michelle malone***
if you're a michelle malone fan, you have to check out her site.
lots of info and cool stuff we don't carry.  a few specials too.
michellemalone.com

***daemon site of the month***
be careful what you wish for - the kristen hall homepage
really excellent kristen info, pictures, and links.  great site!
http://home.intranet.org/~mouse/kristen_hall/

that's about all from the office.

support your local music!
the daemon staff

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due to the unfortunate situation with michelle malone, the opening act had
to be changed for these three shows........however, you are all in for a
real treat!!!!!
i am incredibly pleased to announce that the opening act for this coming
weekend's shows at dartmouth, yale and dickinson will be shawn
mullins....with special guests julie clark and david patterson (former
lift) as part of his band.
shawn is an atlanta guy who is extremely talented.  whether he is solo or
backed by his full band, i'm sure you will love his stuff.  his new album
"soul's core" will make you a fan for life.
all you northeastern (former) lift fans come show your support for julie
and dave!

......can someone please email me (by wed. nite) and describe the venues
for each show and if the shows are general admission and any other
pertinent info. i might need to know....i know this has been posted before,
but i deleted the info. as i wasn't expecting to be attending these shows!

thanks.
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can any one tell me what they know about amy and cooper? i was just curious.
:)
val

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date:         tue, 21 apr 1998 22:17:01 -0400
reply-to:     "diane g." <kiddo@together.net>
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i'm in search of ig posters.  anyone have any suggestions for where to find
them??? i've checked all my regular haunts, including where i got my me
poster i have, and have had no luck.

thanks all!

di

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diane g. - kiddo@together.net

ever wonder about those people who spend $2.00 a throw on those little bottles
of evian water? try spelling evian backwards.

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date:         tue, 21 apr 1998 22:46:08 edt
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ok never mind , i don't need to know about amy and cooper, im not trying to be
nosey, yes her music is definetly enough for me, please don't flame me for
asking.
i think i'll quit posting anything thats not info, usable to everyone, sorry.
val

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date:         tue, 21 apr 1998 22:50:18 edt
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  ok look i don't know how to work a computer for **it, i did everything with
trying to send the pic of the tat wrong so when i get smarter, i'll actually
send it :)
sorry everyone
val

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date:         tue, 21 apr 1998 20:29:54 pdt
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hey, interesting thread...
while these aren't my fav songs, they're still amazing...my vote would
go to either ghost or virginia woolf.  both are incredibly poetic, and
the images are absolutely heart-stopping.  for instance, in "ghost":
"i feel it like a sickness, how this love is killing me, but i'd walk
into the fingers of your fire willingly, and dance the edge of
sanity..."
i mean, damn!  everytime i hear that line, i get the shivers.  great
images, and beautifully poetic.  and that's just one of the lines.  the
whole song is filled with such elaborate images.  so, there's my vote.
any ideas?  :)

---kelly s


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