lifeblood: listlogs: 1998-04d


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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 00:17:26 -0400
reply-to:     donrich@neo.lrun.com
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subject:      lilith fair columbus, oh group ticket purchase
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to: anyone planning on attending the july 5th lilith fair in columbus,
oh.

if you're interested in a list meet and group ticket purchase, reply
and i'll send you the details.

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 00:28:54 -0400
reply-to:     marivel danielson <marivel@umich.edu>
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subject:      lexington...
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i don't konw what the policy on re-posting other people's posts, but i found
this on the newsgroup a few minutes ago and thought some of you might be
interested in the setlist, etc.  wish i were there....
-m
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ok folks, time to hear about the lexington show.  before i gloat about the
show, i'll gloat about where i was--as a member of the concert committee,
i was stage security, and was between the barricade and the stage about
six feet from emily.  here's the setlist, as best as i can recall--it may
be out of order.

it's alright
three hits
get out the map
i don't wanna go
everything in its own time
shed your skin
power of two
shame on you
don't think twice, it's alright (w/ joan baez!!!!!!)
house of the rising sun (joan solo, girls offstage)
unknown (joan with a guy who wrote some songs for her last album, girls
   still offstage)
least complicated
scooter boys
ghost
chickenman (w/joan baez doing the funky chicken)
galileo

encore:
welcome me (w/joan)
closer to fine (w/everybody)

i did get to meet both the girls before the show, but didn't really get to
talk much.  they were very nice--no ego whatsoever.  i had to jump the
barricade during "closer to fine" to help keep a crowd of screaming drunks
at bay.

this was one for the ages.

jonathan

ps:  terri binion opened up, and i liked her a lot.  i bought the cd--i'll
let everybody know what i think after i listen to it.

jonathan

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 00:54:05 edt
reply-to:     nate22222 <nate22222@aol.com>
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i am trying to get started in the wonderful world of boots.  please anyone-
tell me what to do and if anyone has some good boots please let me know i will
send postage and a blank tape if you will help me out.

nate

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 01:30:41 -0400
reply-to:     lisa tatonetti <tatonetti.2@osu.edu>
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from:         lisa tatonetti <tatonetti.2@osu.edu>
subject:      re: 'a letter to eve' & a dickenson ?
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>just wondering if any of you ig-nads have given 'a letter to eve' a
listen

i just heard the girls' version for the first time this weekend and *loved*
it.  amy's voice sounds so incredibly husky and raw (as if this is something
new ;) ...and then there was that cool sampling of em's voice.  i really
liked that, it has the feeling of scooter boys somehow. hate to buy the
whole cd just for that song, though.

also, any word on a dickenson listmeet?  seems like a lot of us are going,
especially the indigohio contingent--woohoo! what's the end result of the
ribbon or arm band color?  how 'bout a bfast listmeet on sunday?  anyone?
anyone?  bueller?

lisa


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

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date:         tue, 21 apr 1998 22:35:30 -0700
reply-to:     laura jackson <laurajackson@mindspring.com>
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from:         laura jackson <laurajackson@mindspring.com>
subject:      lilith fair ticket onsale info
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hey folks,

where are y'all finding the ticket onsale dates for the lilith fair? i can't
find anything, not even on the lilith fair website. i live in portland, or
and have every intention of being there for the opening show. and i figure
those tickets are likely to go on sale here in the near future. but i can't
find any info. can any kind soul help me?

thanks in advance for the help!

peace,  laura

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 14:48:38 -0400
reply-to:     sweets <bcmassga@bluffton.edu>
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subject:      dickenson identification!!
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folks, i think we need to get something definete going regarding our
dickenson identification! :)  i propose that we all tie a light colored
(white, yellow, etc) ribbon or armband around our...left arm.  that's not
too major of a fashion statement, but it'll still distinguish us from the
other thousands of people.

i also think that a breakfast meet on sunday morning would be fun for those
of us that will already be there.  i know bethany and i are planning to be
there then, what about the rest of you?

anyway, it's late, and i think i just woke up my roommate. . .

let's take a vote or something--the concert is fast approaching!!

love,

shannon

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 03:03:42 -0400
reply-to:     indigo head <s00.krosenblum@wittenberg.edu>
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subject:      lexington set list
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okay, i don't have time for a whole review, (i just got back and i am
tired) but here is the set list for those interested:

it's alright
3 hits
gotm
i don't wanna know (!)
power of two  (for those of you who have been here for a while, you know
my story...it is my favorite song, and (before tonight) i had this curse
on me b/c i had never heard it at a show, and i have been to a lot...but
that's over, i heard power of two!!!!!!!!!!!  it was by far the highlight
of this show or of any show!)
shed yoru skin
eiiot
shame on you
joan baez came out and did a song with the girls
house of the rising sun (joan)
next best western (richard shindell, joan's guest.  if you have not heard
of him, i'd highly recommend picking up "reunion hill".  it is a great
album.  he is just a great folksinger.  i have seen him open for dar
before)
least complicated
scooter boys
ghost
chickenman
galileo
--->encore
welcome me (with joan)
c2f (with joan, terri binion, josh segall, etc.)

afterwards, sully gave me a set list.  they were supposed to do "leeds"
and "thin line" but those two got eliminated for some reason.

okay, i am off to bed.  more later!

:-) karen (who is quite satisfied b/c she finally heard power of 2 at a
show!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 03:32:24 -0400
reply-to:     cec8@cornell.edu
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subject:      joni cyr are you out there?
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hey gang, sorry for the waste of bandwidth, but i was just rummaging
through my boots looking for an old recording of r&j to see if i could
get a slightly different spin on it that would hopefully encourage more
ideas for this paper i'm in the progress of writing about it.  anywa, i
haven't actually read the list in months (though i've been accumulating
an enormous backlog of digests the whole time) so i don't know if joni
cyr's still around, but if you are, i just wanted to say a very belated
thanks for some boots you sent me eons ago (at least, i'm pretty sure it
was you, whoever i sent a copy of ig's self titles after your cd
collection was stolen)  in any case, it was really cool of you to do and
i was especially psyched cause one was a recent show with r&j on it and
the other was the msg show from last spring that i was at and didn't have
a copy of.
   so joni, if you're out there, thanks a bunch!  (and even if she's not,
let it be known to the rest of you that joni cyr is way cool!)


     -colleen

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 00:59:33 -0700
reply-to:     martine o'keeffe <martine@aracnet.com>
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hey all,

did anyone else catch that mtv news showed pictures of ar and mm when
announcing that ig would appear at the virginia slam and the roe vs. wade
memorial concert in dc? any word on how emily feels about this exclusion?

:)


martine

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 04:29:08 -0400
reply-to:     marivel@umich.edu
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>did anyone else catch that mtv news showed pictures of ar and mm when
>announcing that ig would appear at the virginia slam and the roe vs.
>wade memorial concert in dc? any word on how emily feels about this
>exclusion?

this of course is just a guess, but i'm inclined to say that she won't
care.
neither amy nor emily seem at all interested in the media aspect of
their
celebrity, unless it can be used to raise funds for organizations or
awareness
for causes important to them.  seems to me that for them at least, the
fewer
photos of them out there on the air waves the better.  after all, look
at the
wonderful ig t-shirt selection we've had over the last few years.  they
*are*
really cool shirts, but it seems to prove that they are not at all
interested in
any of the typical constructs of self-promotion.  make any sense?  it's
late,
i'm not asleep.  sorry y'all had to witness my early morning ramblings.
4:28am
and counting...

marivel

p.s. what's the dc concert?  anyone have info???

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 05:01:20 -0500
reply-to:     k645501b@edinboro.edu
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from:         karrie <karrie@ncinter.net>
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hey everyone-

been offline for a while now and may have missed this in the meantime,
but what happened to lift? (re: cheri carter's post)

if this has already been discussed on the list, then anyone with info
can feel free to just email me privately...there is not need to
repeat the story and clog up mailboxes.  :)  however, if it hasn't been
talked about, then maybe others are curious too!!  :)

thanks!

peace-
karrie, who is sitting here listening to her lift tape at 5 am, wishing
that the antibiotics would kick in and she could breathe and sing along,
and hoping that it isn't over!

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 06:11:38 -0400
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ok, two posts in the same night after months of completely ignoring the
list may be a little odd but, i've got a question i'm hoping someone can
help me with.
   so i've been writing this paper all night.  it's about the song romeo
and juliet.  it's for a class called music and queer identity the
assignment is basically to pick a piece of musi and talk about how it
expresses queerness or otherness.  talk about how the music, the lyrics,
and the performer contribute to your interpretation.  and as a
suggestion, the prof says you might want to include a counter example of
a song you believe does not express queerness.
   so i'm talking about amy ray's r&j versus mark knopfler's r&j.  my
point is basically that "romeo and juliet" is like a cultural shorthand
for the epitome of heterosexual love... until amy does it, when it's a
whole 'nother ballgame.
  anyway, so i'm realizing in some of the discussion about how the
performer contributes to a queer reading of the song, it would have been
helpful if i knew exactly when each of the girls came out publicly.
basically, i'm just working right now on the assumption that neither of
them was out at the time of the release of rites of passage, but i can't
really get any more specific than that because i honestly have no idea.
   i'm probably gonna hand the paper in today around 1:30 whether i find
out or not, so if anyone by some miracle reads this before noon or so
(est) and happen to know the answer, please email me asap.  even if you
don't know the exact answer, but can at least confirm my guess that
neither was publicly out at the time of rop, that would also be helpful.

                thanks,
                    colleen

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 06:27:04 -0400
reply-to:     carolyn e turett <ceturett@juno.com>
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subject:      re: dickenson identification!!

well, as for the dick identification (and that sounds really funny...i
think cuz it's only like 6:30 in the morning) i dunno, but jill chambers
and i shall sadly not be around in the morning...she has that whole work
thing going on, and i'm going with her :)  geez jill, who needs work????

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i almost forgot, i had another question.  my housemate told me last night
that mark knopfler is actually bi.  it's not that big a deal, since i
think the song itself is so clearly about a heterosexual relationship and
i'm not really calling on knopfler's image much to support my argument but
i suppose it could be considered a small fly in the ointment.  (of course,
if anyone writes and tells me they know for a fact that the "juliet"
knopfler is singing to is really a man, i think i'll shoot myself) chances
are, i won't be changing anything as a result of the answers to these
queries since the paper is long overdue and just needs to be handed in and
out of my life already, so i guess it's just more of a curiosity thing at
this point but if anyone can either confirm or deny my housemate's
information i'd appreciate it.
   oh, and even if it's after 1:30 this afternoon, if you know the
answers to either question, i'd appreciate if you'd let me know, since
i'm not 100% positive i'm really going to hand it in today.  i guess i'll
see where i'm at in a few hours.

     thanks again,
            colleen

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 07:13:16 -0400
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indigo head wrote:

my congrats to karen!  you did it! :)

> power of two  (for those of you who have been here for a while, you know
> my story...it is my favorite song, and (before tonight) i had this curse
> on me b/c i had never heard it at a show, and i have been to a lot...but
> that's over, i heard power of two!!!!!!!!!!!  it was by far the highlight
> of this show or of any show!)

yes, see... i think if there is anything we listees can learn from karen
& from previous attempts (i'm talking to you lisa s - and your attempt
to get crazy game played time & again!)... persistance pays off... it
just might take a while!

on the other hand, as in the case with little miss deidre (don richard's
granddaughter)... i guess the younger & cuter you are... the more likely
that they will play your song that same day.  i don't know about you...
but i'm not a cute 9 year old anymore and that just doesn't work for
me!  but it did work for her... i gave amy & emily pictures of deeds and
asked them to play "shed your skin"... and they did it!

so, yeah, keep taking your signs... eventually they will work... you
just have to hope it will end up being at a show you get to attend!

later,
twink!
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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 07:36:01 -0400
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ate: tue, 21 apr 1998 23:37:08 -0800
from: "cdlistguy@earthlink.net" <cdlistguy@earthlink.net>
to: cdlistguy@earthlink.net
subject: list date:  4/22/98

6.00    hall, kristen   fact & fiction  ri      1991 daemon records.  hard
to find.  amg:  atlanta based singer/songwriter, kristen hall has built a
strong  reputation in folk circles with her infectious indigo girls style
of  acoustic folk-rock. her raspy voiced delivery of highly personal
lyrics
are the center of attention and often times accompanied only by acoustic
guitar. amg review: this mainly acoustic album ranges from introspective
ballads to catchy upbeat folk-rock anthems. hall's world-weary voice, both
rough and delicate, tells reflective tales of yearning and love lost while
retaining an uplifting spirit. guests include emily sailers (indigo
girls)
and cindy wilson (b-52's). -- chris woodstra.


8.00    tame yourself  (indigo girls with michael stipe/kd lang/the
pretenders)     various artists  ri     liners:  "...an anthology of
exclusive songs produced to benefit people for the ethical treatment of
animals..."  includes howard jones (don't be part of it), raw youth,
indigo
girls with michael stipe (i'll give you my skin), kd lang (damned old
dog),
the b52s (quiche lorraine live), fetchin bones, the pretenders (born for a
purpose), nina hagen with lene lovich (don't kill the animals '91 mix),
jane wiedlin (fur), the goosebumps, erasure with lene lovich (rage),
belinda carlisle (bless the beasts and children), aleka's attick exene

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 15:36:18 -0700
reply-to:     michal rogson <starr@netvision.net.il>
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to join the ranks of the respondents, i'm going to have to go with
ghost, for an emily-song, and blood and fire for amy.
little story:  i have a friend who is blind, and she has an amazing
sensitivity to music.  i played blood and fire for her, cuz she hadn't
heard of the girls, and i thought that was a pretty powerful intro.  she
said it made her think of desolation - of a world that had degenerated
into chaos, blood and fire, and a voice is calling out from the
wreckage, calling...desperate for someone to hear....
the way she described the image she was seeing in her head was so vivid
that it's stayed with me ever since, when i hear or play the song.

idea:  i agree with those of you who have said that the styles of amy
and emily are so different, it's hard to compare.  i've always felt that
emily speaks through subtle metaphors that catch you when you're not
expecting them, and then you go, "hey, what'd she just say?  wow."  the
woman, as a poet, blows me away, let alone as a musician/singer.  and
amy manages to hit you over the head  with powerful imagery, it's like a
punch in the stomach, sometimes.  or an arrow to the heart.  so i was
thinking, wouldn't it be interesting to see if you could write in one of
their styles?  and then i thought, hey, it would be even more
challenging to take a topic and try to write two songs, one amy style
and one emily style.  same song, two different styles.  it would be
interesting if they tried it, i wonder if they ever have?  anyhow, i'm
excited, i think i'm going to try.  if anyone else wants to try, i'd be
fascinated to see the outcome.

michal

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<html>
to join the ranks of the respondents, i'm going to have to go with ghost,
for an emily-song, and blood and fire for amy.
<br>little story:  i have a friend who is blind, and she has an amazing
sensitivity to music.  i played blood and fire for her, cuz she hadn't
heard of the girls, and i thought that was a pretty powerful intro. 
she said it made her think of desolation - of a world that had degenerated
into chaos, blood and fire, and a voice is calling out from the wreckage,
calling...desperate for someone to hear....
<br>the way she described the image she was seeing in her head was so vivid
that it's stayed with me ever since, when i hear or play the song.

<p>idea:  i agree with those of you who have said that the styles
of amy and emily are so different, it's hard to compare.  i've always
felt that emily speaks through subtle metaphors that catch you when you're
not expecting them, and then you go, "hey, what'd she just say?  wow." 
the woman, as a poet, blows me away, let alone as a musician/singer. 
and amy manages to hit you over the head  with powerful imagery, it's
like a punch in the stomach, sometimes.  or an arrow to the heart. 
so i was thinking, wouldn't it be interesting to see if you could write
in one of their styles?  and then i thought, hey, it would be even
more challenging to take a topic and try to write two songs, one amy style
and one emily style.  same song, two different styles.  it would
be interesting if <i>they</i> tried it, i wonder if they ever have? 
anyhow, i'm excited, i think i'm going to try.  if anyone else wants
to try, i'd be fascinated to see the outcome.    

<p>michal

<p>****"i need my life to be breezier
<br>so please, g-d or someone, make it easier..."****</html>

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first of all, thanks to y'all who sent me congrats for hearing power of 2.
i guess the curse is officially over!

it was funny.  when richard shindell came out i screamed at the top of my
lungs "the next best western".  then he goes "this is a song about
traveling" and starts playing the song.  i was the only one singing (i
think).  and indigohio, y'all should be very proud of me.  as soon as
richard sang "the highway takes its toll, the green light flashes go, it's
welcome to ohiiiiiiio" i went crazy and started cheering.

amy didn't see my sign asking to do c2f with them (i was the only one down
there with a sign) but that was fine b/c no one did c2f with them (i mean,
no one from the audience).

but all in all it was a great show.  i was surprised at "i don't wanna
know", but power of 2!!!!!  wow!  as i was driving home, i was listening
to an ig mix (dah, what else would i be listening to?) and "power of 2"
came on when i hit covenington, kentucky (just south of cinci).  i put
that song on repeat all the way home (a little more than an hour) just
cause i was still in shock.  the woman near me at the show told me that i
should have seen my face or heard my yelp when the girls started playing
it.  i wish i had a camera!!!

but now, i am begging:  is there a boot of this show anywhere?!  come on,
someone had to boot it!  if any of you booted it, can i pleeaaaase get a
copy???  if anyone hears about anyone with a boot, can someone get me in
contact with that person????  i really would love to have a boot of this
show -- my first power of 2 show!

okay, i am going back to bed for two hours!

multiply life by the power of two,  (sorry, can't get enough!)
karen :-)

indigohio always!!!!!!!

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ummm..i've got an idea....how 'bout we all dress up like gangstas so we
can distinguish between the listees and the non?! :) good idea?!
everybody find your "hood clothes" and hit the road for pa....sounds
good ta' me...
hell...i don't know dudes...don't you think we'll look like some sort of
cult with armbands on?!  i can see it all now...amy saaaayyyzzz: "hey
you! the blonde chick..right there! yeah, the one ogling me like a nice
cut of meat (umm...i'm vegetarian????!!!)..what the hell is that on your
arm?!  are you the lost member of heaven's gate or what?!?????"  heh
heh...i hate to bash the idea, but man...i don't feel like wearing
anything on my arm...i'll feel kind of weeeird...maybe i'll just hang on
to shannon or something..."i'm with her!  she's wearing the armband!"
any other suggestions would be appreciated....maybe we should just
designate a time and we all just let the bird fly really high or
something..i don't know...i never knew this could be so difficult.. ;)
latah tatahs!

bethany :)

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1) get a big sheet of paper
2) write nigc on it in big letters
3)someone holds it in the lobby, out front, whatever...

for sure you'll recognize each other...
heh heh heh

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i saw shawn open for ig four years ago in atlanta, at the second show they
played (they had played the night before and i went then, too) and despite
being alone with a guitar up on stage, managed to shut a noisy crowd up
with his music...this guy is great!
              peace,
                          sharoane

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> to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
> subject: new opening act for april 24,25,26!!!
> date: tuesday, april 21, 1998 9:41 pm
>
> 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....

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for those with web access check out

http://www.mtv.com/news/headlines/980422/story1.html

a small tidbit of ig info. nothing we don't already know, but still...

peace,

dan perkins
austin, texas

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hey yall...
here is the mtv snippet for those who cant get it on the web (sorry if it got
posted already) and so far i do not believe they will be in dc. this says
nothing about it and neither have any of the papers here.  but i could be
wrong...

peace
sasha (who is so psyched cause she is finally getting to see ani again)

indigo girls, colvin map out politically active dates

the indigo girls will soon be making the rounds with a string of high-profile
politically active shows beginning this week when they share the bill with
shawn colvin.

the indigos will team up with colvin to play a voters for choice concert in
dallas on thursday to mark the 25 year anniversary of roe v. wade, the supreme
court ruling that gave women the right to choose to have abortions.

then, next monday the indigos will play the slam 2 show in new york city,
protesting philip morris tobacco's woman thing record label. they'll join
folksinger leslie nuchow, who organized last years original "virginia slams"
concert.

finally on may 8, the indigos and shawn colvin will be in austin, texas to
play a benefit for mexico's zapatista rebels, who are also a favorite cause of
rage against the machine.

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twink said:

>so, yeah, keep taking your signs... eventually they will work... you
>just have to hope it will end up being at a show you get to attend!

umm, so twink, if your thesis is correct, i will be swept away with the tour
bus when i hold up my sign saying, "can i come on tour w/you???"--that means
either you or barb have to drive my car back to columbus.  do ya'll drive stick?
;-) lisa


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

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michal rogson wrote:

>  to join the ranks of the respondents, i'm going to have to go with
> ghost, for an emily-song, and blood and fire for amy.
> little story:  i have a friend who is blind, and she has an amazing
> sensitivity to music.  i played blood and fire for her, cuz she hadn't
> heard of the girls, and i thought that was a pretty powerful intro.
> she said it made her think of desolation - of a world that had
> degenerated into chaos, blood and fire, and a voice is calling out
> from the wreckage, calling...desperate for someone to hear....

oh wow.  that's one of the most amazing descriptions of that song i've
ever heard.  now i wish i had brough ig in the car with me, along with
n*i*s and rop.  i've got to hear that song.  geez.  yeah, that one's
going to stay with me for a while, too!

>  so i was thinking, wouldn't it be interesting to see if you could
> write in one of their styles?  and then i thought, hey, it would be
> even more challenging to take a topic and try to write two songs, one
> amy style and one emily style.

i could never in a million years do that.  but i'd certainly be
interested in reading some attempts!  good suggestion!

-kate

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yup!  it's pronounced squim, but spelled sequim ('e' is silent) and it's
spokan -- not pronounced the way it looks, which is spokane.  again,
another sort-of silent 'e'.  i thought that since amy has been to
spokane, she knows how to pronounce it but that she needed something to
rhyme with 'range,' as in:  "it's too late in spokane, so i caught a
ride through the cascade range..."  you get my meaning.  but that's cool
that she's pronouncing it correctly now, at least for washington
audiences (i saw her in portland and they didn't sing that song).  guess
that answers my question about whether washingtonians corrected her
mispronounciation or not!

-kate

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i read missy's poems on aids and came across the line,"i wish i had used
protection when i made love to her" (sorry if i am misquoting it).
i took a training course to become an hiv peer counselor and would like
to let y'all know that *woman-to-woman* unprotected sex has one of the
absolute lowest occurrance of hiv transmission.  i believe that the
statistic our trainer (a gay man who has been doing this for some 15-odd
years) cited was that in the state of ohio, in all the years that hiv
statistics have been kept (going back farther than you'd think-- did'ya
know the first reported case of aids was in *1969*?  believe it.), there
have only been 2 reported cases *ever* of woman-to-woman transmission,
and in these cases, the women had likely gotten the virus from males
they had slept with previously (which is one of the highest occurrances
of transmission, second to male-male transmisison).
so if any queer (meaning: not unconditionally heterosexual) women have
read that, and are sitting there now thinking you have put yourself at
high risk for exposure to the hiv virus, know that while unprotected sex
of any kind is always a risk, the likelihood that you have exposed
yourself is very, very low.

jill, lookin' out for y'all

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hi yall!

it's larissa, i've been hanging with the news-only list, which is
great (thanks sherlyn!), due to work-time constraints, but someone
mentioned something "unfortunate" had happened to michelle, and i got
worried, and i decided i missed you lovely folks and that i'd try again.

so, someone please tell me what happened to poor michelle? don;t
bombard the list. and i'm not interested in prying into personal life
here, its just that i'll want to send her some more money if she's
having  more health problems.

thanks, and i'm glad to be back,

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hm.  so i just found out that one of the dorms here is having a formal
dance on the night of the 25th.  now, for oberlin, this is a really
strange occurrance, seeing as how that is just waaay too
conformist/aesthetically-based/stratified/gender-role-enforcing/what-
have-you for us tree-hugging, dredheaded, multiplesexual, angst-ridden
freaks that are (supposedly) being educated here.  so this i cannot
miss.
but if i go to the formal, then get a halfway decent night's sleep, i
won't get to carlisle until (at least)2 or 3 p.m. the day of the show.
so again i say hm.
would it be horrible of me to ask you guys to save me a space in the
line?  yes, i'm sure it would be horrible of me.  but i'm asking
anyways.
another item on the bill:  my roommate was *supposed* to come with me.
but she is just no fun.  and wants to stay here to get some work done.
(damn intellectual types.  can't figure 'em out.) so: a)i may have an
extra ticket, which b) might be converted into 2 extra tickets if i do
not wind up going at all (do i wanna drive 6 hours?!?).
so yeccch.
jill

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okay dickinson folks:
if i go... again, that's if i go (i'll update ya), i will have made
signs.  anyone who remembers dayton knows i am sign queen.  i will have
big signs.  obnoxious signs.  lotsa signs.  you will see me.  i can be
one of the most conspicuous people you'll ever meet (a warning to some,
perhaps???)uh, next to bethany, of course. (i'm told she's *worse*!!!
whoa!).
so you just wait and see if we don't find each other.  as if! heh.
jill

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jill wrote:

> there have only been 2 reported cases *ever* of
> woman-to-woman transmission, and in these cases, the women had
> likely gotten the virus from males they had slept with previously
> (which is one of the highest occurrances of transmission,
> second to male-male transmisison). so if any queer (meaning:
> not unconditionally heterosexual) women have read that,
> and are sitting there now thinking you have put yourself at
> high risk for exposure to the hiv virus, know that while
> unprotected sex of any kind is always a risk, the likelihood
> that you have exposed yourself is very, very low.

no offense... but this is actually out-dated thinking. the operative
word above is *reported*

lesbians (because of real and perceived homophobia on the part of the
medical establishment -- especially among gyns) often refuse/ avoid
medical exams and treatment -- and when they do -- often lie about their
(our) sexuality to mds. which is why "reported woman-to-woman hiv
transmission" rates are inaccurate, and among queers -- considered a
joke.

for instance -- right now, in nyc, there is an increasing epidemic of
hiv among lesbians.

so don't kid yourself into believing that the goddess will protect you.
you need to protect yourself. get tested at a clinic. and practice safer
sex -- esp with new partners.

(and no, i'm *not* hiv+... and yes, i *have* been tested)

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ok, so i'm seeing the ballad of squeeky fromme, and my mom was like,
"squeeky's out of jail?" and i was like, it's a song. she's like oh but
squeeky fromme was  a real person! i didn't know this. so then she says
squeeky tried to assasinate president ford. but dad says no, that
squeeky was part of the charles manson gang...so i figured ya'll would
know! :)  i don't think it was in the faq cuz i just read all that
yesterday!

lamia

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mel surely speaks the truth here...and, as the last kind lady who
tested me pointed out,

"there are lots of other unwanted things you can collect without
protection dearie, even with a woman."

so use protection if you don't know your or your partner's full std
status like all std's, not just hiv, please please please....the other
stds, some of which are fairly easy to transmit in woman-to-woman
contexts, are still very very icky. you really don't want them. trust
me.

and, jill, i don't mean this as a critique, i am, like you, looking
out for the general safety of the girlies...


love and safe happy times,

larissa


---mel <melsouth@mindspring.com> wrote:
>
> jill wrote:
>
> > there have only been 2 reported cases *ever* of
> > woman-to-woman transmission, and in these cases, the women had
> > likely gotten the virus from males they had slept with previously
> > (which is one of the highest occurrances of transmission,
> > second to male-male transmisison). so if any queer (meaning:
> > not unconditionally heterosexual) women have read that,
> > and are sitting there now thinking you have put yourself at
> > high risk for exposure to the hiv virus, know that while
> > unprotected sex of any kind is always a risk, the likelihood
> > that you have exposed yourself is very, very low.
>
> no offense... but this is actually out-dated thinking. the operative
> word above is *reported*
>
> lesbians (because of real and perceived homophobia on the part of the
> medical establishment -- especially among gyns) often refuse/ avoid
> medical exams and treatment -- and when they do -- often lie about
their
> (our) sexuality to mds. which is why "reported woman-to-woman hiv
> transmission" rates are inaccurate, and among queers -- considered a
> joke.
>
> for instance -- right now, in nyc, there is an increasing epidemic of
> hiv among lesbians.
>
> so don't kid yourself into believing that the goddess will protect
you.
> you need to protect yourself. get tested at a clinic. and practice
safer
> sex -- esp with new partners.
>
> (and no, i'm *not* hiv+... and yes, i *have* been tested)
>
> --
>         -- mel  <melsouth@mindspring.com>
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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 14:15:48 -0400
reply-to:     tami damron <txosbo01@morehead-st.edu>
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last night was my first indigo girls concert!  happy me!  it was
incredible...not to mention joan baez!

also, if anyone booted this show, e-mail me privately.  please!!!!

tami

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please please please...never assume you are safe from aids...whether
your partner be man ,woman, or billy goat....
having held the hands of 3 friends as they passed on  and witnessing the
agony on their faces.( 2 men, one a woman who was "always careful") to
say that any of us are safe is irresponsible to say the least..
even if your partner has been the same for the past 20 years..
the tide is turning on this terrible epidemic but please don't kid
yourself into thinking any of us are safe...ever
sorry..but this is one soap box i will never climb down off of.

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 14:32:52 +0000
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hey y'all.

i went to the kentucky show last night and, while i enjoyed the show, i
felt a little short changed. i'm not sure why, and i probably shouldn't
feel this way but i just do.  while it was great to see joan baez an hear
the girls play with her, we only got to hear 15 ig songs, and only 2
encores!!  i have to admit when they started closer to fine i was kinda
pissed.  the setlists used to always have 16 in the regular set and 3
encores.  i can't understand that now they have shortened it by a song,
when they have more songs to play!!

while i loved seeing joan baez there, i don't think that the girls should
have left the stage for two songs while she played and then counted them in
their original setlist.  earlier someone wrote that they were supposed to
play leeds and thin line but then they didn't.  if they would have played
those two i would've been satisfied (even though i'm sick and tired of
hearing leeds at every show, just like i'm sick of hearing galileo, and
least complicated.)

i guess my advice to all of you is "do not go see ani difranco and then
indigo girls on successive nights"  the reason is you'll be disappointed in
the second.  i was thinking last night:  if ani did what ig do then she'd
be playing "32 flavors" and "untouchable face" every show, just like ig
play "least complicated" and "galileo" all the time.  i don't understand
why the girls feel like they have to play those songs because the crowd
expects it (and i know they don't want to because if i'm sick of hearing
those songs then they gotta be sick of playing them!!!!)

don't get me wrong folks, the show was really good, but i think they
could've played a few more tunes.  the crowd was pretty respective and
attentive and i personally think that a crowd that large paying that amount
of money, deserves it.

yeah ,yeah, yeah, let the flames begin.
rob


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* "the flesh is strong, the spirit stronger  *
*  so shed your skin, baby, let it through!" *
*                           --amy ray        *
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adia difranco wrote:

> ok, so i'm seeing the ballad of squeeky fromme, and my mom was like,
> "squeeky's out of jail?" and i was like, it's a song. she's like oh but
> squeeky fromme was  a real person! i didn't know this. so then she says
> squeeky tried to assasinate president ford. but dad says no, that
> squeeky was part of the charles manson gang...so i figured ya'll would
> know! :)  i don't think it was in the faq cuz i just read all that
> yesterday!
>

oh  yikes.  don't i feel old now!

squeaky fromme was both a member of the manson family and president ford's
attempted assasin.  she is a real person, she is still in prison, and she
is still a follower of charles manson.  she was one of the first people to
join his "family", though i think she only participated in the labianca
murders, not the tate murders.  her real name is lynette fromme, and she,
like many other women in the manson family, came from a well-to-do family,
ran away from home during the 60's, met charles manson and fell in love and
under his spell, so to speak.

anyhow, she's a very interesting character -- a real non-conformist of the
first degree.  and you know, come to think of it, i don't think she even
participated in the labianca murders.  i'll have to check that one out and
if you're still interested, i'll get back to you.

-kate

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subject:      mississippi & listmember id (igc!)
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at 12:29 am 4/20/98 -0500, casey wrote:
>> >new amy song (?????) about faith tucker
>        could you mean karla faye tucker the woman that was executed in
texas??

yeah, that's what it was.  i was with a friend and the first thing
out of ther mouth was "faith tucker", and for some reason it sounded
right to me.  but it *was* actually about karla faye tucker.

>that is my guess...i'd love to know more about this song, waht was it like,
>fast, slow, politically charged??

definitely politically charged!  it seems like i remember it being
a pretty fast song, with (i think) a lot of electric guitar.  during
the song i was trying to remember bits & pieces of the lyrics, but
the only thing that's still with me is a line that goes, "if you live
you'll be a (????) and if you die you'll be a (?????)"  i just wish i could
remember more.   sorry, i know this doesn't help y'all a lot :(

some other things about the show (sorry again, folks- i know this is
late, but i've just caught up on my sleep this morning):  amy talked
about the x-files.  she asked us if we had seen it the night before
and someone hollered something about "we can't get that in starkville"
or something like that.

emily said at the beginning of the show that (since the originally scheduled
show the day before had been postponed) she hopped on a 'puddle jumper'
and flew home that night.  she kept saying throughout the show, "it's
so good to be back on the ground."  it was cute.  also, she messed up the
beginning of leeds & said something like, "oh shit- i f***ed up!"

terri binion was the opener & she played this song that she had
written the day before (after the show had been cancelled) about
being stuck in starkville.  it was cute, and she even made a reference to
the girls.  it went something like, "..and amy & emily, those indigo
girls will make it all worthwhile."  and later on it said something
about after we had all waited through the rain & mud  "we'll all be
closer.......to fine".   it was really cute & i wish someone had a tape of it
because that's probably not something that'll wind up on an album
being a kind of "inside joke" thing like it is.

okay, i have an idea for the listmember id thing.  this may seem
stupid, but let's just see what people think.  i think we should have a
t-shirt made that says nigc on the front, and maybe the the email
address of the list (if that's legal???) on the back or something.
the color of the shirt?  indigo, of course!  that would be the kind of
thing that *only* listmembers would recognize, but it's not so stupid
looking that other people would think you're a dumbass.  what do
y'all think?  and who would want to organize something like that?

let's talk about it!  i wanna know what everyone thinks.

off to grocery shopping,
leigh ann

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

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squeaky was involved with charles manson and friends, and in order to
prove her devotion to him she attempted to kill president ford.  she
thought it would let charles manson testify at her tial before the entire
world, and he could make his message heard.

a humorous, and not especially faithful, adaptation of these events can be
found in stephen sondheim's brilliant musical assassins.

there was also a biography of her released last year which was supposed to
be quite good, but i never got around to reading, and i'm lanking on the
author's name.

love,
darren

ps - if anyone has any extra dickinson tix, let me know...i may want 'em.

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rob hite wrote:

> hey y'all.
>
> i went to the kentucky show last night and, while i enjoyed the show, i
> felt a little short changed. i'm not sure why, and i probably shouldn't
> feel this way but i just do.  while it was great to see joan baez an hear
> the girls play with her, we only got to hear 15 ig songs, and only 2
> encores!!  i have to admit when they started closer to fine i was kinda
> pissed.  the setlists used to always have 16 in the regular set and 3
> encores.  i can't understand that now they have shortened it by a song,
> when they have more songs to play!!

hey -- they only did one encore in portland!!  what gives?

-kate

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rumor has it greggy flamers" butt is getting" oh so cute "from all the
training hes doing for the aids ride..so lets help him out folks...all
it'll take is $5 or $10 to sponsor him..
remember...500 miles on his bike from minneapolis to chicago , 6
days...in the rain, in the heat,,pitchin his oun tent,  showering behind
trucks,overflowing porta potties...sound like fun???( it wasn't!!!!!!)
he's doin that..all we have to do is send him a
5..wahatdayasay?????.proceeds go to aids research...
thats all it'll take...and hes promised to scan a pix of that oh so cute
butt as he crosses the finish line...
info" chicago aids ride 3 (right greg)
e-mail him at:

        greg flamer <gflame@megsinet.net>

lets help him fight this epidemic...then ( and only then) maybe some day
we can throw out those nasty tasting dams and condoms ( yea yea yea..i
know they come in flavors...but you get the point)

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 11:58:30 -0700
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hey hey!!
i was looking through ms. magazine, happily reading all the letters people
wrote thanking them for making certain people women of the year, and of
course i was looking for mentions of our lovely indigo girls.  among the
handful of them was from our fellow listee rick!  you go brother!!   i
loved seeing a familiar name in there.  hey, maybe some of the other people
were listees too, but i recognized rick because he's the cool man burning
cds for god knows how many people. :)
anyway, i have no idea why i'm posting this.  i have way too much time on
my hands these days and it's not normal for me--i'm just not used to it! :)
bye bye--
leslie

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 15:13:38 pdt
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did anybody boot this wonderful show last night?  if so please e-mail me.

kim & rhea

do we have to live inside its walls
to identify the cage?
                                                ferron

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for those who asked, wanted to ask, or are just curious:

yes, it is possible for lesbians to have safer sex.

for more info -- see the urls below:

http://www.sappho.com/yoohoo/health/saferhiv.htm

http://www.sexhealth.org/infocenter/lbgissue/lesbiansafersex.htm

i hope this is of help.

peace,
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squeaky fromme (that spelling just doesn't look right! sorry if it's
wrong!) was both a member of charles manson's gang and the girl who tried
to assassinate gerald ford!  busy gal...
widdi (ah, my age is showing...)

>she's like oh but squeeky fromme was  a real person! i didn't know this.
>so >then she says squeeky tried to assasinate president ford. but dad says
>no, that >squeeky was part of the charles manson gang...so i figured ya'll
>would know! :)

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a friend of mine wants to join and i have no idea what to tell her where to
send it since i know longer have the directions> missy

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subject:      fwd: east nashville tornado victims benefit concert
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in a message dated 98-04-21 20:56:18 edt, miss goat writes:

<< for those of you i've been in contact withalready, here's the lineup so far
<a href="http://www.musicdigest.com/benefitconcert.htm">east nashville
tornado victims benefit concert</a>
for everyone else who has no clue what i'm talking about, we've been busy
putting together in unison for what seems like an eternity (only since
yesterday [monday] morning in reality).

john jennings and the thompson brothers are our among our featured acts to
far.... hopefully with more big names to come (john jennings told me
personally he's doing his darnedest to get mary-chapin carpenter in on this
thing!!!)

please check out the full lineup (we're updating the site as we book
additional artists).  addmission will be $10 at the door at douglas corner on
sunday, april 26.

simply email us back with any questions or suggestions!

  >>


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from: miss goat <missgoat@aol.com>
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date: tue, 21 apr 1998 20:56:18 edt
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for those of you i've been in contact withalready, here's the lineup so far
<a href="http://www.musicdigest.com/benefitconcert.htm">east nashville tornado
victims benefit concert</a>
for everyone else who has no clue what i'm talking about, we've been busy
putting together in unison for what seems like an eternity (only since
yesterday [monday] morning in reality).

john jennings and the thompson brothers are our among our featured acts to
far.... hopefully with more big names to come (john jennings told me
personally he's doing his darnedest to get mary-chapin carpenter in on this
thing!!!)

please check out the full lineup (we're updating the site as we book
additional artists).  addmission will be $10 at the door at douglas corner on
sunday, april 26.

simply email us back with any questions or suggestions!


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way to go rick! men will soon dominate this...err, wait, wrong crowd, we
already do...not necessarily a good thing...

actually this is the *second* list i got email from about the new ms. mag. a
disability rights list i'm on wrote about this "mercy killing" of a child
with cp in canada - guess i need to find a copy of the new issue soon eh?

ig on friday! woo hoo!
mike r.

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 17:10:52 -0400
reply-to:     cec8@cornell.edu
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from:         cec8@cornell.edu
subject:      r&j paper
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ok, so i still haven't finished the damn paper since i fell asleep this
morning, so i'm hoping to hand it in tomorrow.  that means there's still
time for anyone to help out on the question of, when did amy (and also
emily, but particularly amy since the paper's primarily about r&j) come
out publicly.  so if anyone knows and was holding back because they
figured it was too late, please, let me know.

      -colleen

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 17:11:58 -0400
reply-to:     michael reynolds <asl@umcs.maine.edu>
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subject:      re: kentucky.
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              22, 98 11:50:00 am
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i've never seen 16 songs written in stone (or for that matter, done on two
consequetive nights on one tour (i'm going by my personal experiences.) i'd
be psyched you've seen joan - and if you saw a newport folk fest. show -
they usually do no more than 13 or 14 songs total (sometimes far fewer)

be psyched you saw them, life's too short to worry about the number of songs
at a given show...

my first show they played maybe 3 or 4 of their own songs, a total of 42
minutes and it blew my mind...


mike r.

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 14:11:34 -0600
reply-to:     longwell.ls@juno.com
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from:         "lance s. longwell" <longwell.ls@juno.com>
subject:      (very small igc) an auction

hey kind friends,
        this message was posted to wire (the u2 mailing list) and several
other music sites.  it originally came off the cnn/reuters site.
        sorry for the waste of bw with such small igc.

--------- begin forwarded message ----------
edge's discoball guitar to be one of the auction items

u2, the boss on auction
block for online charity

the edge's disco-ball guitar and a collection of
pearl jam vinyl are among the items up for bid.

contributing editor randy reiss reports:

signed guitars from eddie van halen, u2, 311 and indigo
girls, autographed cds from fiona apple,
chumbawamba and celine dion, and even a chance to
be a roadie for teen-pop sensations hanson are among the
many music-related
items and opportunities up for grabs at an upcoming
online auction to benefit a
leukemia, cancer and aids research organization.

the auction, which raised $183,000 last year for the
t.j. martell foundation, also
includes an autographed vinyl album from bruce
springsteen, a collection of vinyl
from pearl jam, signed harmonicas from stevie wonder and
blues traveler frontman
john popper and a trip to meet the three tenors (luciano
pavarotti, placido
domingo and jose carreras) and watch them perform in
paris.

bidding on the items, which will take place
via the website

(http://auctionline.tjmartellfoundation.org), starts thursday and
ends may 7. items will be displayed on the
site with a brief
description, offering visitors a chance to
make a bid through the
website.

"we asked a lot of people to help us bring
[the musicians] closer
to their fans," said michael reinert,
polygram records vice
president of business affairs and auction
co-chair, of the
organization's efforts to collect items to
auction off.

among the artists offering themselves to the
cause are teen-pop
sensations hanson, who are auctioning off
the opportunity to be
their roadie for a night. according to
reinert , aspiring
technicians who bid on the trip might be
disappointed.
"basically, it's a chance for a fan to go to a sound
check and a show and to hang
out with the band," he said. "they probably won't be
doing any of the sound."

the auction is also packed with autographed posters, cds
and equipment, all of
which reinert said were somehow connected with a major
artist. in particular,
though, he singled out the signed guitar donated by u2.
"it's a one-of-a-kind les
paul [guitar] that was custom built for the edge," he
said. noting that the guitar
closely resembles a disco ball and that it was used on
the band's highly produced
popmart tour, reinert said, "it's gotta be the most rare
instrument we have."

the t.j. martell foundation, formed in 1975, has held
numerous celebrity fund-
raising events in an effort to raise money for medical
research throughout the world.
according to the organization's official website, the
foundation has thus far raised
more than $110 million for that cause.
--------- end forwarded message ----------

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 14:37:06 -0700
reply-to:     kathleen mulhern <kmulhern@scenicsoft.com>
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just to clear things up, i was not the original poster who was complaining about
the number of songs they played.  i just wrote back saying that in portland they
only played one encore, that's all.

i'm happy for any ig scrap thrown my way, so you won't see me complaining about
them not singing enough songs!  1/2 of a song would be golden for me!

-kate, who is just setting the record straight...

michael reynolds wrote:

> i've never seen 16 songs written in stone (or for that matter, done on two
> consequetive nights on one tour (i'm going by my personal experiences.) i'd
> be psyched you've seen joan - and if you saw a newport folk fest. show -
> they usually do no more than 13 or 14 songs total (sometimes far fewer)
>
> be psyched you saw them, life's too short to worry about the number of songs
> at a given show...
>
> my first show they played maybe 3 or 4 of their own songs, a total of 42
> minutes and it blew my mind...
>
> mike r.

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 15:19:17 pdt
reply-to:     jill certo <jillyc@hotmail.com>
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mel wrote:

>no offense... but this is actually out-dated thinking. the operative
>word above is *reported*
>
>lesbians (because of real and perceived homophobia on the part of the
>medical establishment -- especially among gyns) often refuse/ avoid
>medical exams and treatment -- and when they do -- often lie about
their
>(our) sexuality to mds. which is why "reported woman-to-woman hiv
>transmission" rates are inaccurate, and among queers -- considered a
>joke.

our trainer was well aware of that-- he is *not* a practicing m.d., but
an activist and volunteer with act-up and various clinics and shelters
for aids patients in cleveland.  he himself has also been exposed to the
hiv virus (his partner died from it years ago) but he himself never got
infected apparently; so he's been studying this from every possible
angle as much as possible for many years, to keep others from  falling
prey to silence, and to investigate how and why he has seemingly been
passed up by aids.  well-informed on homophobia and doctors, he
explained the silencing effect that the medical community has on
lesbians; even so, he told us, *medically speaking* (since you wanna get
technical), there is a very low concentration of the hiv virus in
vaginal secretions.  and the mouth and upper gi tract is a rather
hostile place for living organisms, i.e. viruses.  should the hiv virus
be present in the vaginal fluid, and should a significant amount of this
fluid reach the mouth, and should the virus survive outside the vagina,
and then survive the mouth, and then the upper intestinal tract, then
you can become infected.  (or should the virus be transmitted at any
step along the way, then too.)  but even given all that, it is still
very rare, and has the lowest risk of transmission.
so, basically, yes, the homophobia in the medical community and society
*is* affecting the # of reported cases.  but there is still a very low
risk, proven by said medical community.  i'm not being naive, or fooling
myself, or trying to mislead the general public.  facts are facts. i am
in on the political side of this (act-up, outrage) and i am informed,
and trying to inform you.

jill
(who *hasn't* been tested and is *sure* she is hiv-...yaay for celibacy)

p.s. i stand corrected on my earlier post--my roommate just informed me
that there have only been 2 cases reported in the *entire* united
states, and these cases involved *intravenous drug use* as well.

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 18:46:29 edt
reply-to:     ndygotiggr <ndygotiggr@aol.com>
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from:         ndygotiggr <ndygotiggr@aol.com>
subject:      amy & cooper, as asked by val this a.m.
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umm... correct me if i'm wwrong, y'all... but in the curve magazine with that
monstrously long interview, did or did not amy say that her ex was "cooper.
her name is cooper.  she's in a band called viva la diva."

now, from the sounds of what val said in her second post, she might have
gotten a couple of flames for "invasion of privacy"..... but why should we
flame someone for asking about something that was in an article that was even
transcribed & posted to the list????  just curious.

peace, harmony and indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
  -  novitiate of suzanneglassism
    -  president, grlchasr26 fan club
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"now that's a very good idea, piglet," said pooh.  "we'll
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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> (who *hasn't* been tested and is *sure* she is hiv-...yaay for celibacy)
>
another misnomer kids...just cause ya ain't practicing now doesn't mean
you are clean or safe..
please..lets not be flip about this one( and befor the flames begin..i'm
not saying anyone is being flip..i"m asking please lets not be..all of
us)

and i hope you meant you are sure you are not hiv pos jill....we'd hate
to lose ya....you add a special something to this list

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  oh please i love all you people!! please read on cause you have to hear
this!  i posted asking about amy and cooper.  a few minuted later there was a
post to me warning me about all the bad flames i would get for asking that.  i
felt so stupid and dumb for asking that. i was told i would not be respected
for asking that that its personal information not to be shared.  and man i'm
telling you i've been dreading all day coming home to find myself being bashed
for inquiring into amy's life a little.  i'd been reciting my apology in my
head for having asked such information.  i'm seriosly saying it was making me
relly upset that i would have been trashed for wanting to know these things.
then i started thinking, " wait a minute how come i can't know these things?"
i turned my computer and when my mail came up i saw the most wonderful thing
i'd ever seen  "val is wonderful"  "we love val".  people were glad for me
finally having asked that! all this dreading, i was fixing to ditch the list
and everything, and then it turns out i've asked what everyone wanted to know
all along.  i put my hand over my heart and sighed,  i'm nearly so relieved
and happy i could cry.  thank you everyone for realizing, that the barriers
between wanting to be personal with our favorite singers, and giving them the
respect they deserve are only improved by discussing things like this,
treating them like real people not magical figures whome we must bow to.  if
the information is out there way can we not share it?  it only helps us to
gain respect for them by knowing them more truly than to idolize them when we
know very little about them and idolize them for  the wrong things.
thank you again for your respect,
val

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 15:56:39 pdt
reply-to:     adia difranco <saliers_ray@hotmail.com>
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>and maybe the the email address of the list (if that's legal???) on the
back or something.

i know that the fumbler's list shirts have the email addy on them! :)
so i guess you can do it!

lamia

"why does my love destroy you?"
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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 19:06:52 edt
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hey everybody,      (i'll make this short)

just to let everyone know that this saturday april 25th at 1 pm ig fans are
having a get together in austin, tx.  (perhaps to celebrate the purchase of
our tickets earlier that day for the may 8th show)  : )  anyways, i figured
i'd let y'all know the final day and time.  bring your guitar!  : )  if you
are interested in coming and haven't already rsvp'd e-mail me privately as
soon as possible. thanks.
take care,
amy

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 19:08:54 -0400
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> twink said:
>
> >so, yeah, keep taking your signs... eventually they will work... you
> >just have to hope it will end up being at a show you get to attend!

and then lisa tatonetti wrote:
>>
> umm, so twink, if your thesis is correct, i will be swept away with the tour
> bus when i hold up my sign saying, "can i come on tour w/you???"

sure lis!  it could happen!  why don't ya try backing that up with a "if
i can't come on tour... can i sing closer to fine with you instead?"
bet you're likely to get something out of that!  bring your penny
whistle... ask to do sarah's part!  something like that!  nope... lis...
i'm not coming up there with you!  i can't sing at all... and... of
course, i'm shy too! <grin>

>> that means either you or barb have to drive my car back to columbus.  do
>> ya'll drive stick?

hey, wait a minute lis, what is more important here... your freakin'
car... or going on tour with ig?  (jeez, some people and their
priorities!!)  can i get an "amen!" from the crowd!

twink! (who really is excited about going to dickinson with the
legendary lisa         tatonetti!!  you go girl!!)
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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 19:14:32 -0400
reply-to:     joan morrison <103161.3515@compuserve.com>
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hey folks,

i thought i would pass this along for the benefit of those of you who
plan to go to nashville river stages.  the festival schedule follows.
note - ig play on sunday, may 3rd.

peace,

joan (who wishes to heck that atlanta music midtown would hurry up and
release their festival schedule...)

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date:  22-apr-98 13:34 cdt
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subj:  yes, another newsletter

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friday, april 21, 1998

hello from nashville river stages!

hope you all survived the nashville tornado last week.  the tornado did
do some damage to riverfront park, where the river stages festival will
be held, however, it was minimal, and the show will go on as scheduled.


here's the latest river stages news:

schedule

schedule just released!  yes, the long awaited festival schedule is now
available.  get online where you can check out the schedule by specific
day http://nashville.citysearch.com/e/f/nastn/0000/16/45/2.1.html#friday
or by stage
http://nashville.citysearch.com/e/f/nastn/0000/16/45/2.2.html.  *(note
that this is the initial schedule and is subject change).  also, for
your benefit we've attached the complete schedule below!

tickets
get them while they're hot!  three-day passes are limited, so if you
don't have yours yet, be sure to order them today. ***extra make you
feel good type bonus*** now your ticket purchase will go towards another
good cause, as river stages will donate $5.00 from every 3-day pass sold
from this point forward to the american red cross tornado relief fund.
order your tickets right online at
http://nashville.citysearch.com/e/f/nastn/0000/16/45/3.html.

just two more weeks to go, and the line-up keeps growing...new additions
include: fat, richard davies, melanie spradlin, the ohio players,
galactic, bobby messano & nbo, and beausoleil avec michael doucet.
check out the current line-up page at:
http://nashville.citysearch.com/e/f/nastn/0000/16/45/2.html.


virtual backstage
nashville citysearch will be conducting live online chats with top
nashville river stages artists during each day of the festival.  we've
recently confirmed to chat with the the honeyrods (woo-hoo), foo
fighters (yeah baby!!!) and garrison starr (gotta love it!) , with
others to be announced soon.  check out the virtual backstage page
frequently, as line-up as it unfolds,
http://nashville.citysearch.com/e/f/nastn/0000/16/45/6.html, and as
always, we'll keep you updated via this newsletter on this online event.

soundboard
don't forget to check out the official river stages site regularly, and
sound off on the nashville river stages message board. at
http://nashville.citysearch.com/cgi-bin/webx?nashville-13@^1218@.ee6be93
.


that's it for this week.  we'll talk to you in another week with the
latest nashville river stages tidbits!

rock on,
laura (riverstages@citysearch.com)
*****************************************
nashville river stages schedule*

friday, may 1

budweiser - riverfront main stage
6:00-6:45       a string cheese incident
7:15-8:15       cracker
8:45-9:45       widespread panic
10:15-11:15     widespread panic

budweiser - riverfront side stage
6:45-7:15       fat
8:15-8:45       richard davies
9:45-10:15      agents of good roots


first american - gay st. connector stage
6:00-6:40       paul burch & the wpo ballclub
7:10-7:55       link wray
8:25-9:10       bobby bare, jr.
9:45-11:00      steve earle & the dukes


saturday, may 2

budweiser - riverfront main stage
12:00-12:45     tba
1:15-2:15       2 skinnee j's
3:00-4:30       ziggy marley & the melody makers
5:15-6:30       paula cole
7:15-8:30       ben folds five
9:15-10:30      jason & the scorchers

budweiser - riverfront side stage
12:45-1:15      tba
2:15-3:00       joe 90
4:30-5:15       owsley
6:30-7:15       alisa carroll
8:30-9:15       the honeyrods


bellsouth - courthouse main stage
12:00-12:45     tba
1:15-2:15       tba
3:00-4:15       galactic
5:00-6:00       beausoleil avec michael doncet
6:45-8:15       the ohio players
9:00-11:00      bonnie raitt

bellsouth - courthouse side stage
12:45-1:15      melanie spradlin
2:15-3:00       tba
4:15-5:00       bobby messano & nbo
6:00-6:45       ronnie earl & the broadcasters
8:15-9:00       matraca berg

*(note that this is the initial schedule and is subject change)
nashville river stages schedule cont.*

saturday, may 2 cont.

first american - gay st. connector stage
12:00-1:00      jennifer stills
1:30-2:30       chris dicroce
3:00-4:00       buddy & julie miller
4:30-5:30       six string drag
6:00-7:00       keb mo'
7:30-8:30       damilo perez
9:00-10:30      medeski martin & wood

sunday

budweiser - riverfront main stage
1:30-2:00       the evinrudes
2:40-3:40       god lives underwater
4:30-6:00       foo fighters

budweiser - riverfront side stage
1:00-1:30       emmett swimming
2:00-2:40       garrison starr
3:40-4:30       fastball


bellsouth - courthouse main stage
1:00-2:00       fairfield four
2:45-3:45       shawn colvin
4:30-6:00       indigo girls

bellsouth - courthouse side stage
2:00-2:45       alana davis
3:45-4:30       jolen


first american - gay st. connector stage
1:00-1:45       del mccoury band
2:15-3:05       jimmie dale gilmore
3:35-4:25       lost continentals
4:55-6:00       delbert mcclinton


*(note that this is the initial schedule and is subject change)

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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 07:22:57 -0400
reply-to:     sweets <bcmassga@bluffton.edu>
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okay, so the armband thing has been met with some consternation . . .  look
people, i don't give a hippo's patoot how we identify ourselves, i was just
trying to be helpful.  maybe i will dress up in my hoochie mama outfit and
make bethany do her hair in dreds and we'll just be two gangstas out on the
prowl.

seriously, maybe shouting in the middle of a crowd is a good idea--just
kidding.  does anyone know of a good meeting place that would be obvious to
those who have never been there before??

does anyone else want to meet???????

who knows . . .  all's i knows is i'se gonna be seein' the indigo girls,
and dat's all dat mattuhs, jackson . . .  i don't care what we do at this
point, i just wanna go!

shannon,
who's pissed because one of her "friends" is trying to make her play the
"who can get married the fastest?" game, and she just doesn't feel like
being that immature today.

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 19:28:42 -0400
reply-to:     melsouth@mindspring.com
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from:         mel <melsouth@mindspring.com>
organization: a&aa (arthritis & alzheimers anonymous)
subject:      re: [nigc] lesbian safer sex
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sorry to say, but apparently most of the links on the urls i posted no
longer work because the servers for those pages yanked them off the web.
it seems that the some folks don't want the world to have potentially
life-saving information -- at least for queers...

here's some safer sex urls that *do* work:

http://www.positive.org/cps/justsayyes/index.html

http://www.sexuality.org/safesex.html

http://med-www.bu.edu/people/sycamore/std/

http://www.condomania.com/educate/manual/manual.html

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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 11:37:16 +1200
reply-to:     lynda raina <l1rw@telecom.co.nz>
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well to get notice you should all wear the same star trek t-shirts,
something that glows in the dark, or black with white writing. at the
melbourne concert me and 2 others got noticed wearing our star wars
t-shirts... and amy loves star trek! you cant lose..!

>>> bethany <pbethan@bgnet.bgsu.edu> 23/april/1998 02:11am >>>
hell...i don't know dudes...don't you think we'll look like some sort of
cult with armbands on?!  i can see it all now...amy saaaayyyzzz:
"hey
you! the blonde chick..right there! yeah, the one ogling me like a nice
cut of meat (umm...i'm vegetarian????!!!)..what the hell is that on your
arm?!  are you the lost member of heaven's gate or what?!?????"

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gee,

what a hard life you have getting sick of hearing the girls play... they didnt
even tour in new zealand, so you should thank your lucky stars that you
can see them as often as you do, and as economically as you can...

ps this isnt a flame just a reminder that you should be thankful for the
things you have, and dont be so greedy..!

>>> rob hite <hiterj@miamiu.acs.muohio.edu> 23/april/1998 02:32am >>>
earlier someone wrote that they were supposed to
play leeds and thin line but then they didn't.  if they would have played
those two i would've been satisfied (even though i'm sick and tired of
hearing leeds at every show, just like i'm sick of hearing galileo, and
least complicated.)

yeah ,yeah, yeah, let the flames begin.
rob

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> date:    wed, 22 apr 1998 17:11:58 -0400
> from:    michael reynolds <asl@umcs.maine.edu>
> subject: re: kentucky.
>
> i've never seen 16 songs written in stone (or for that matter, done on two
> consequetive nights on one tour (i'm going by my personal experiences.)
> i'd
> be psyched you've seen joan - and if you saw a newport folk fest. show -
> they usually do no more than 13 or 14 songs total (sometimes far fewer)
>
at the shows i've been at (and on most recent boots that i've heard) they've
done a sixteen song set plus two to four songs in the encore. at nff, as
with other festivals such as lilith fair, there are many other acts - a set
is more likely to be fifteen or sixteen songs, including the encore. and
while i don't feel that they  "owe" me a sixteen song set, i am conscious of
how much we pay for tickets these days. i like to feel that i have gotten a
good show for my money (not that any show i've ever seen of theirs has been
a bad one.  i would not feel cheated by a shorter set, but i know how
excited i got, for example, when they played a *four* song encore at umbc.

on the other hand, i wonder if their contract is negotiated by amount of
time, or by number of songs, or if they are just obligated to play, with no
specifications. the contracts i have seen are always by amount of time: "the
artist plays one 60-75 minute set"; "the performer plays two sets of 45
minutes each"; "an opening act of 30 minutes". i would guess that 16 +3
songs puts them just about at 100 minutes, give or take some, but if a
particular show was taking longer, on a night when they had joan baez guest
starring, they might have to cut a song or two to make curfew.

sarah
spinsker@goucher.edu

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> what a hard life you have getting sick of hearing the girls play... they didnt
> even tour in new zealand, so you should thank your lucky stars that you
> can see them as often as you do, and as economically as you can...
>
> ps this isnt a flame just a reminder that you should be thankful for the
> things you have, and dont be so greedy..!

   i agree.  remember, they're out there bustin' their asses touring for
us fans, and touring can't be a lot of fun.  (i think one of the
now-defunct gin blossoms described it as 24 hours of hell, and 1 hour of
heaven)
   the girls also have to cater to their margin audiences.  not everybody
in that crowd is a die-hard fan, so they may only know the big songs: ctf,
least complicated, soy, and galileo.  i know it can be annoying, since
they have a great catalogue of stuff to draw from, but hey, those songs
rock anyway, so why complain?
   happy earth day, everybody!

   darius

"haul the last fish from the ocean
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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hey y'all!  thanks to a little birdie friend of mine who's still on the big
list (i unfortunately am not...couldn't handle the volume...), i was
forwarded the following:

>date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 03:32:24 -0400
>sender: indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
>from: cec8@cornell.edu
>subject:      joni cyr are you out there?

>hey gang, sorry for the waste of bandwidth, but i was just rummaging
>through my boots looking for an old recording of r&j......so i don't know
>if >joni cyr's still around, but if you are, i just wanted to say a very
>belated
>thanks for some boots you sent me eons ago (at least, i'm pretty sure it
>was you, whoever i sent a copy of ig's self titles after your cd
>collection was stolen)

yes yes, that was me, and i'm still around, tho not on the big list
anymore.....you are most welcome, colleen....:o)...i have replenished all
of my cd's, thanks to all of my kind friends, and the whole incident is
just a fading memory...

> in any case, it was really cool of you to do

t'weren't nuthin....just a "thanks" for my ig cd....btw, were you also the
person to whom i sent my american airline upgrade certificates?  did your
parents get to use them?  just wonderin.....

>   so joni, if you're out there, thanks a bunch!  (and even if she's not,
>let it be known to the rest of you that joni cyr is way cool!)

awww...<g>...<blush>...now i have to go and hide......;o)

hope y'all have been behavin' yourselves...;o)  have a good day!

joni  :o)

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since my page has become topic of the list i decided to add my guestbook
so people can sign it. i also took off the link that didn't work. now to
the topic people keep bringing to the list. i thought i will share with you
guys how i came up with those pose or short stories i like to call them. i
spent weeks having nightmares about aids and in some of them i died or a
friend died or a family member die so i decided to sit down and put them on
paper which was sometime last year. they are supposed have come out with my
newsletter but my typist before i got the computer will not give me back
the rough draft so i am glad i made myself a copy of the stories before i
sent them. i thought they were to good not to get read so i decided to put
them up on my web page yesterday. these are not the only sad things i have
wrote about. i have wrote about death and suside. i also have written on
what bothers me. but back to the aids stories i wrote them to ease my head
of the night mares. as soon as the last one was on paper they stopped. that
was the only time i had nightmares before i put the words on paper. i love
to write and never stop. it is a hobby of mine that other people like to
read. i started writing my senior year in high school which was back in 93
and i haven't stopped since. i do not think i ever will. i started a book
many times, but the copy that i was working on got lost, because my
computer crashed, but i hope to start it over again and this time finish
it.it was a lesbian love story. part true and part fiction. i have it all
in my head i just need to learn to type faster or getting the disk that
allows me to speak into my microphone and it types for me. any suggestions
on what brand is a good oe to buy?

   my ig content is how many australian boots total are there out there.
missy

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hey y'all,

i'm not a doctor yet, but in 2 years, goddess willing, i'll have one of
those dreaded "md"s next to my name....  i _know_ that those posts about
the medical community were meant to find fault with the statistics, not
to over-generalize about doctors.  i just felt a bad vibe there (and
believe me, this isn't the _only_ place i've felt ashamed to admit that
i'm entering a profession whose members are generally seen as judgmental
and unapproachable...) and thought i'd share with you that we're not all
like that.  me, well, i arrived here with a pretty darn liberal
background, and yes, i was struck by the overall closed-minded atmosphere,
but there _are_ others like me around.  and though i'll admit that medical
schools (mine for sure, and others just by hearsay) do a pretty poor job
of discussing diversity of sexuality, the curriculum at a lot of places is
starting to include more and more information and, i guess, "sensitivity
training," for whatever that's worth.  it's better than it _was_,
anyway...  the point is, there are many, many individuals among us who
don't exactly fit the profile of "the establishment."  in an ideal world,
you wouldn't find it so hard to search out a doctor who would listen
nonjudgmentally and provide information specific to your situation.  but
for now, rest assured that such people _do_ exist, even if you have to go
looking for them.


in defense of my profession, (hey, some of my best friends are doctors),

debbie

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okay, like everyone else, i've been checking the official music midtown
site about a million times a day waiting to see the schedule for the show,
but everytime the page just said "coming soon." bummer ...

but on a whim i checked out access atlanta and lo and behold, the
schedule is up!!!! the girls are on the 99x stage at 10:45, right after
paula cole. vonda shephard plays at the same time as paula, but on
a different stage (obviously .. duh cathy!) so maybe after her set
she'll wander over and join the girls!!! :)

anyway, you can see the whole schedule at
http://www.accessatlanta.com/musicmidtown/schedules.html

for those of you coming in from out of town, the site has all sorts of cool
stuff about atlanta that you may wanna check out!

cathy -- who's harboring an insane fantasy that the femmes will come out
early and join the girls for a rowdy rendition of blister in the sun! :)

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i know i have forwarded a millin sooo i need them back
anyone?
privately please

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thankyou thankyou thankyou, tigger
val

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~~ okay, i admit to my blatant plagarism here. i was gonna mention
this on the list, but i saw this on the newsgroup, written up so well,
i figured why not just steal it. ... the cd is great, by the way! :)
cathy :)


from: nadyne@rmta.org (nadyne mielke)
organization: mindspring enterprises
  newsgroups: alt.music.indigo-girls


haven't seen any mention of this here yet, so i'll pass on the info.
the indigo girls have a live track on the new 99x live x cd.  {99x is
an atlanta radio station, wnnx, 99.7fm.}  all tracks on this cd come
from "live x", a weekly show on 99x that features an artist in a
stripped-down environment doing a half-hour set in front of a crowd of
about 50 people.  proceeds from this album go to noah's ark, a
children's home in metro atlanta.  cover art is by david bowie.  track
listing is as follows:

shawn colvin -- sunny came home
tonic -- open up your eyes
matchbox 20 -- push
marcy playground -- sex & candy
blur -- song 2
k's choice - not an addict
michael penn -- fly
indigo girls -- shame on you
david bowie -- dead man walking
the wallflowers -- three marlenas
squirrel nut zippers -- hell
cake -- frank sinatra
fiona apple -- criminal
love spit love -- long, long time
third eye blind -- how's it going to be
world party -- is it like today
sheryl crow -- home

this album is only available at metro atlanta blockbuster music
stores, and costs $14.99.

the last live x album, rainn songs, raised $82,000 for the rape,
abuse, and incest national network, and sold out within two weeks.
rainn is the only nationwide toll-free number available for victims of
these crimes.  it was started in 1994 by tori amos, in response to her
fans' stories of rape and abuse.  the toll-free number for rainn is
(800)656-hope.

{in fact, if anyone would like a copy of the rainn songs album, i have
one extra copy.  {i bought some for folks, but had someone back out on
me at the last minute. :/ }  the price on this is $18 {$14.99 is the
album price, plus tax, plus shipping -- i'm -not- making a profit on
this.  track listing available upon request.}

hope this helps someone out there! :)

/nad

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who was it that wanted the lesbian jokes? sorry i deleted it

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hi - i just got this from a friend.  not good news, but hey, the list
got mentioned, even if it is a little inaccurate. :).  later.
-sarah

forwarded message:

> wednesday, april 22, 1998
> planning on going to spring fling? bring your id
>               yale restricts access to show after indigo girls advertise
> free concert
>                                        by nicole itano
>                                       ydn staff reporter
> yale students are not the only ones looking forward to the indigo girls
> spring fling concert.
> after the indigo girls advertised their new haven stop to their national
> fan club, diehard fans are likely trekking to the elm city saturday in
> hopes of catching a free outdoor concert. but due to increased security
> measures, they might not make it past the old campus gates.
> spring fling coordinators said they plan to limit access to the event to
> yale affiliates and their guests. students and
> employees will have to show a current university identification card and
> will be allowed to bring two guests.
> "we want to make sure this is an event for the yale community," said nina
> glickson, assistant to president richard levin, who is funding the event.
> organizers decided to up security measures this year after learning that
> the indigo girls had sent out a mailing to their fan club about the concert.
> "since the indigo girls are very popular in the outside world and since the
> concert was publicized a little more than we would have liked it to be
> outside of yale venues, we were worried that people who are not from yale
> would sort of overwhelm yale people," spring fling coordinator eric
> peterson '99 said.
> while peterson said it was important to keep spring fling a yale event, the
> yale college council wanted to ensure that students would be able to bring
> guests such as friends and family members.
> "obviously we couldn't just limit it to yale students or to yale
> affiliates, because what about kimbie [taylor, ycc
> president], who's bringing her sister from pennsylvania, or debbie, who
> will bring her boyfriend from massachusetts," peterson said.
> organizers also said spring fling would be open to all members of the yale
> community, including graduate students, faculty and staff.
> although the details of security access have not yet been worked out,
> peterson said professional concert security workers will stand at the gates
> and that all the usual access points to old campus will remain open.
> "i won't put ycc people out there because that would be a really terrible
> job," peterson said.
> while the closed nature of old campus will make restricting access to the
> concert easier, it is also causing some
> headaches for planners.
> since the concert area is not accessible by road, the 100-foot long stage
> will be lifted in using a forklift.
> "the problem is that it's really a green area that's not accessible from a
> roadway," peterson said. "we can't put big trucks on old campus. it would
> look terrible and it would tear up the little grass that's there."
> while yale is gearing up for an extra-large spring fling, other ivy league
> schools are facing spring events without big name bands.
> the mighty mighty bosstones canceled their spring gig at princeton. harvard
> decided to go with an all-student event after they failed to secure sister
> hazel in march. and the university of pennsylvania, who lost their bid for
> the bosstones to princeton earlier this year, was forced to cancel the paid
> concert with a slate of lesser-known bands due to rain.
> yale daily news
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hey yall
alrighty it looks as if i will be drivin to dickinson by myself early in the
morning, so can i stand in line with a bunch of you guys ???my friends will
eventually be there after a soccer tournament.  i was planning to meet some of
you all anyways....but i need some people to hang with in line, so if anyone
wants to, lemme know what time you all are getting there and i will meet
you.........ok thats it i think...

see yall there...
peace
sasha

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 15:20:26 -0400
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for anyone currently residing in or nearby the cleveland area, please run,
do not walk or pass go or anything like that, to the
newsstand/coffeeshop/random cool place and get a copy of this week's
cleveland free times.  cause guess what, guys?  jilly's famous!!!  okay,
i'm full of it. (y'all knew that anyways)  actually, my queer high- school
student-outreach group, the queer peers, are featured in a cover story on
gay youth.  they quote me, describing me thusly:  "jill, a quiet
twenty-year-old who chooses words carefully, still isn't totally out.  'i
wasn't even gay yet in high school,'  she says, 'at least as far as i
knew.  but i got flack anyway.  i had a group of friends and we just
didn't fit in.  we were taunted all the time and had to sit apart from
everyone else in the lunchroom.  i'm the ony one who turned out to be
queer, but my straight friends suffered just as much, becuase they weren't
typical girls.'"

well, dang if that don't make me sound like a self-oblivious dumbass with
improper grammar.  and i don't recall painting as bleak a picture of my
h.s. experiences as this guy paraphrased me as saying...  ah, the torments
of youth.  carol, do you recall me being that big a freak back then?  hm.
well, nevertheless, it is a good article on the dangers of society's
treatment of gays and lesbians, and the repercussions that has on our
queer youth.  used as prime example is robbie kirkland, the h.s. freshman
who killed himself last year, as he was discovering his sexual identity...
(indigohioans who read the gay people's chronicle have probably heard
about him before).  there's lots of good info, interviews with my friends,
and a photo of all of us.  <now take on that hushed, whispery sanka
spokesman voice-over voice:> jill have been outed in print. let's see if
anyone notices....  <insert creepy doomsday organ fugue here>

item #2:  girlfriends magazine is printing oberlin student photos of drag
ball (it's like a big ol' queer prom.  see?  we're *normal* here.  heh)
and may print my photos.  woo.  gotta wait on that one...

i'm apparently on some sort of a personal quest to be alluded to in as
many queer publications as possible, without being out to my family.  woo
again.

dang i'm bein' solipsistic...
jill

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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 11:54:24 +1000
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hey folks,

this was posted to the ecto mailing list, ecto@smoe.org.

ta,
sherlyn

ps - could we try to cut back on the nigc a bit?  thanks.
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ice magazine/april 1998/issue 133

<<two-disc lilith fair release features cream of the crop from last year's
tour

boasting a who's who lineup of female artists and a powerful message of
distaff solidarity, last summer's lilith fair tour swept through the united
states and canada with all the emotion and excitement (if not necessarily the
rage) of a woman scorned.  on april 28, arista will release lilith fair:  a
celebration of women in music, a two-cd chronicle of that tour featuring
unreleased live performances by suzanne vega, paula cole, indigo girls, joan
osborne, emmylou harris, shawn colvin, victoria williams, lisa loeb, the
cardigans, dar williams, meredith brooks, abra moore, susanna hoffa and,
naturally, tour organizer sarah mclachlan.

"we actually started recording from the very first show," mclachlan's manager
and lilith fair co-producer terry mcbride tells ice.  "one day we would tape
the main stage, the next day we'd tape the second stage.  we tried to capture
all of the artists that would let us record them.  this was a history-making
tour, and we wanted to document it as a way of [raising] awareness and showing
what lilith is all about."

the track list for lilith fair:  suzanne vega - "rock in this pocket," abra
moore - "four-leaf clover," paula cole - "mississippi," - lhasa - "el
payande," sarah mclachlan - "building a mystery," indigo girls - "scooter
boys," autour de lucie - "sur tes pas," the cardigans - "benit," september 67
- "the loneliness of the long distance runner," dar williams - "what do you
hear in the sound," tara maclean - "jordan," joan osborne - "ladder," emmylous
harris - "going back to harlem," meredith brooks - "wash my hands," patty
griffin - "cain," wild strawberries - "i don't want to think about it,"
susanna hoffs - "the eternal flame," shawn colvin - "trouble," young chen lamo
- lama dorje chang," tracy bonham - "the one," wild colonials - "charm," lisa
loeb - "falling in love" and victoria williams - "periwinkle sky."

at press time, mcbride indicated that the indigo girls' contribution, "scooter
boys," wasn't a sure thing, although lilith fair will definitely include one
song by the duo.  also, the old irish folk song "water is wide" will appear on
the set, either by jewel/mclachlan/indigo girls or colvin/mclachlan/indigo
girls, depending on legal clearances.

as with all things lilith, mclachlan had a hand in compiling the cd project.
"sarah listened to everything on the ablum," mcbride says.  "i had her
sequence it, because i was way too close to it after hearing each song 40
different times.  i thought it was going to be a single album, but sarah said
it had to be a double album.  there were about 60 artists on the tour, and she
didn't think 12 was a good representation.  she also wanted to strike a
balance between developing and established artists.  so it's definitely got
sarah's stamp on it."

the package's graphic designer, john rummen, tells ice that the cover will
depict "the woman [figure] sarah drew for the lilith fair logo, but it'll be a
lot more textural.  for the inside of the booklet, we're getting photographs
from each artists, hopefully taken from the lilith shows, although sometimes
not.  the idea is to promote the live feel."  rummen also explained that
arista will be releasing a limited-edition version in an unusual 10-inch
digipak.........>>

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y'know, i was thinking (always a bad idea)...
what is the difference between ig playing an all women festival and ig
playing a yale only festival? either way, fans get turned away.  its an
exclusive event. they tour so much, but many areas get them only rarely
(okay, the ne isn't one of them)...and then fans can't get in. i think that
the article suggested that they were worried about a grateful dead type
following showing up, but not even the ct fans can get in to this one
without an in at yale...

sarah (who should be studying...)

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 19:34:55 pdt
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i know it seems i come to you with every question...but hey! you're
knowledgeable folks! and so....

1) was there some scandal with tracy chapman and the lilith fair? is
there a reason she doesn't appear on the cd and is not scheduled in the
'98 line-up. i found her to be the most powerful act beneath the indigo
girls at last year's lilith.

3)can anyone offer me some good sounding copies of "wild, wild party in
the loquat tree", and some of the other original or cover ig songs
included in the collection cd's floating about? (i have "i don't wanna
talk about it" from philadelphia, "uncle john's band" from deadicated
and "blood quantum" from honor) i'll gladly trade what i have...

2) i went to the boston marathon the weekend and seeing such an enormous
constituency of the runners having come from around the country and
around the world, i was wondering if there are many other marathons of
that scale sponsored around the us? i know about the ny marathon, but
are there such large-scale events held in other big cities? detroit,
seattle, la, san francisco, chicago, atlanta, nashville, portland?????
anyone around those parts know?

i suppose we needn't concern the whole list about the above content.
privately please...thank you in advance! :) cate

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like the trees we grow all different all around..." *sung by emily


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subject:      re: signs and shows

ok, i want to know if anybody has a clue if this will work, which is not
to say that anybody should steal the idea (but i'm thinking that wouldn't
happen).  ok, i have a plan, along with a few others, if they desire to
play along, to try to get onstage to do closer by requesting to play
kazoo with them...i'm not much of a singer, and kazoo is just odd enough
that it might work.  i'll have my own, and so will my girlfriend, and
jill chambers (there is more than one jill c on this list,,how
funky)...do you want one, as well?  i could get one for ya :)  hmm, so
this will be tested at the dick show...think it'll work?  any ideas or
suggestions???  it'll be my girlfriend's first concert, and if we could
get on stage then she'd die of happiness (which might suck, but you
know...) so i reall am hoping that it could work.  ok, enough babbling...

carolyn
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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 14:50:40 +1200
reply-to:     lynda raina <l1rw@telecom.co.nz>
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i was discussing this with a friend who informs me that its all in the way
that the statistics are collected. they are skewed towards identifying the
drug users and the homosexual males. getting aids from lesibianism is
not as easy to identify through the questionaires they give, compared to
getting aids from drug use or male homosexuality.

statistics can be a bunch of crap anyway, you have to make sure the
source is reliable, and dont believe every little statistic you see. it is easy
to skew statistics to make them say what you want them to enforce.

but it is difficult (not impossible) to catch aids via lesbian contact, due to
the nature of the contact. but when you are dealing with aids it is best not
to take any risks...

>>> jill certo <jillyc@hotmail.com> 23/april/1998 10:19am >>>
lesbians (because of real and perceived homophobia on the part of the
>medical establishment -- especially among gyns) often refuse/ avoid
>medical exams and treatment -- and when they do -- often lie about
their
>(our) sexuality to mds. which is why "reported woman-to-woman hiv
>transmission" rates are inaccurate, and among queers -- considered a
>joke.

p.s. i stand corrected on my earlier post--my roommate just informed me
that there have only been 2 cases reported in the *entire* united
states, and these cases involved *intravenous drug use* as well.

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carol, do you recall me being that big a freak back then?

umm...well, i don't know...i guess the first time i met you i totally
dissed you...but i *think* i thought you were cool.  i remember you on
the announcements anyway.  then the next fall you drove over my foot.
aw...we were destined to be freaks together.
i guess other people thought you were a freak (some still do....), but i
didn't mind...of course i was #1 freaky-not trendy freaky chicky.
so, i'll stop promoting this totally nigc thing....
well...you *did* buy me that ticket for ig last april...so that was cool
of you.  i'm definately reaching for igc.  oooh.  i got an idea
i know someone who wants a boot of ig playing wild horses...anyone read
this far & have one?

love,
  ~carol~

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hey i got a few posts saying something about posts pics to the list, i must
have really screwed up cuz i didn't mean to do that, sorry.
val

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hkf
     i'm thinking of moving to albuquerque or santa fe and i'd like to talk
to people on this list that live there.  i'd prefer to talk to lesbians
about my same age (30 - 40).  please write--i'll be traveling down there in
may.  thanks, glenda

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i just went and impulsively ordered four points five best of over the net.
what is the song list on this cd?  it's going to take 2-3 days before they
ship it and i didn't find any copies locally.  thanks!!
leslie

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to all of my flamers:

guys, to set the record straight, i have obtained a total of five setlists
from the indigo girls stage.  the paper that they write the set on has 16
songs and 3 encores. on every occasion that i've encountered, through the
summer of 1997, all of the spaces (and sometimes more) were filled (of
course festivals are an obvious exception). but since november 1997, the
16th song has always been crossed off.  in last night's case, there were 16
songs in the original set and only 2 encores, which still amounts to a
shorter set.  ok, that's fine by me.  the fact is, that amy and emily
weren't even on stage for 2 of those songs last night and it kinda bummed
me out, that's all.

i was stating an opinion that one of ig's peers is comfortable enough with
her music and fans that she doesn't do the hits every show.  that's the way
it used to be with ig but it seems to me that since shaming of the sun came
out they're moving away from that.  that was an observation.  fact of the
matter is that there's no way that they *want* to play those songs every
night.  this is probably why the shows seem less personal now and they,
sometimes, seem to go through the motions.

rob


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hi, all! =)
      well, there are numerous things to report, here, so i'll just get right
down to it!
a) my new mix tape ("sarah's greatest hits, 1998 - volume1") is now available!
=)  i'd really like to trade it for other mix tapes from you, the creative
listees.  my tape is a little random, from michelle malone to sesame street,
but i'll accept any mix in exchange.  your personal best of indigo is fine.
swedish folk songs?  fine.  anything with jewel on it... questionable, but
even though i think she's bad, i'm willing to give her a chance if you think i
should... (yech...)

b) there's a new 99x live x cd out featuring a live version of "shame on you".
i, your friendly neighbourhood atlantan, have run around like a crazy person
to get a few extra copies for you.  i have to charge $20, though, since it was
16 plus tax, shipping, etc.  also features artists like shawn colvin, tonic,
sheryl crow, cake, k's choice, david bowie... all live.

c) still have some copies of the 99x locals only cd that came out a few weeks
ago.  those feature michelle malone and a whole bunch of people you probably
don't know, but should definitely hear.  those are $10.

d) if you want both of those cd's (b and c) send $28.  if you want a, b, and
c, you cand send $28 and a mix tape or $30. =)

e) also for sale!  i still have copies of last march's "atlanta" magazine with
the amy ray article.  a few pages of amy, a couple of photos... $6  (it costs
a small fortune to mail magazines!)

i guess that's all!  hope to hear from all of you soon!  peace, love, and
butter biscuits, sarah

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okay, i did this about 2 years ago, so i guess it's time to do it again...
basically, i have a catalogue of bumper stickers here.  with the quantity
discounts bumper stickers are cheap, so that's why it's easier to do it on the
list.  okay, it's not easier for me, personally, but it's easier for all you
guys. =)  i don't make a profit at all (obviously) and you get some cool
stuff!  so, here's the list of what's available.  what you do is pick the ones
you like and write them down on a piece of paper.  please be specific.  on
that paper also write your name, address, and e-mail address, and maybe even a
little note to me so i feel loved. ;)  then e-mail me with the list of what
you want and i'll write back with the dollar total and my address so you can
send me that piece of paper along with your payment.  it's that simple.
i'm also here if you have questions about the procedure. =)  i'm going to stop
taking orders eventually, so please reply as soon as you decide what you'd
like to have. =)  the following stickers are just basic bumper sticker size.
they are in various colours, etc.

relax! you'll get there
whatever you do... is it necessary, truthful, and kind?
designated drivers are the life of the party
ageism will catch up to you
i think therefore i'm dangerous
"speak your mind, even if your voice shakes"
emancipate yourself from mental slavery.  none but ourselves can free our
minds.
tobacco sucks the life out of you
people are more violently opposed to fur than leather because it's easier to
harass
           rich women than motorcycle gangs.
breathe
spare the fenders, save the trees, give your sober friend the keys
just say neigh to premarin
managed care is neither
hmo phobic
to hell with the baptists, i'm going to disneyland
children are people too
minds are like parachutes - they only function when open
live simply that others may simply live
meat is dead
kill your television
why be normal?
come out, come out, wherever you are
homophobia is a social disease
fight racism
haterd is not a family value
it's never ok to hit a child
support organic farmers
heart attacks... god's revenge for eating his animal friends
courtesy is contagious
i'm straight but not narrow
hang up and drive
celebrate diversity
television is drugs
fight prime time - read a book
mean people suck
dare to think for yourself
equal rights are not special rights
currently training to avoid a mid-life crisis
be kind to animals - don't eat them
vegetarians taste better
you can have my gun when you pry it from my paranoid, mentally disturbed,
            physically abusive, cold, dead hand
don't postpone joy
condoms are easier to change than diapers
fight aids not people with aids
i don't need therapy i need money
vegetarians are sprouting up all over
i don't eat anything with a face
torturing one animal is cruelty, torturing many animals is science?
television ruined my life
just say no to ritalin
the truly educated never graduate
our national health plan - don't get sick!
i embarass my offspring
honor teachers
nuclear waste - mobile chernobyl
the nation that destroys its soil destroys itself
be a lawn outlaw (picure of mower with slash)
treehugger
plug into renewable energy
save the humans
love your mother
think globally, act locally
paper from paper not from trees
choice
ginger rogers did everything fred astaire did: only backwars and in heels
eve was framed
peace at home*  *battery not included
i brake for amazons
queen without a country
witches parking (all others will be toad)
uppity women unite
every mother is a working mother
god is coming and is she pissed!
a woman without a man is like a fish without a bicycle
women are great leaders- you're following one
pro child pro choice
the labor movement "the folks who brought you the weekend"
don't blame me. i voted for nader
the earth does not belong to us- we belong to it
compost happens
humans aren't the only species on earth - we just act like it
plants and animals disappear to make room for your fat ass
the hole in the ozone is directly related to the hole in yout head
reduce-reuse-recycle-restore
deforestation the doorway to hell
take nothing but pictures- leave nothing but footprints
extinct is forever
i'm pro-choice and i vote
wild women don't get the blues
against abortion?  then don't have one
thelma & louise live
if you can't trust me with a choice, how can you trust me with a baby?
just say no to sex with pro-lifers
my other car is a broom
femenism is the radical notion that women are people
if you feel attacked by femenism, it's probably a counter-attack
i support breast cancer research
they are nopt hot flashes... they are power surges
towanda!
never another battered woman
peace on earth good will toward women
i (heart) big brother
subvert the dominant paradigm
"your silence will not protect you"
there's no government like no government
execution stops a beating heart
america needs a second party
our factories are all overseas.  all we produce here are rich executives
i'd rather be smashing imperialism
xena for president
question authority
no one is free when others are oppressed
lobotomies for republicans - it's the law!
free leonard peltier
invest in america - buy a congressman
dare to keep the cia off drugs
politicians and diapers need to be changed... often for the same reason
under republicans, man exploits man.  under democrats, it's just the opposite
honor treaty rights
doing my part to piss off the religious right
i believe in life before death
christian not closed minded
militant agnostic i don't know & you don't either
if going to church makes you a christian, does going to the garage make you a
        car?
millenium, schmillenium
god was my copilot but we crashed in the mountains and i had to eat him
you may say i'm a dreramer but i'm not the only one
hell i'ts not the heat it's the humidity
born again pagan
i think, therefore i don't listen to rush limbaugh
the road to hell is paved with republicans
empty the prisons - make room for congress
if progress means to move forward, what does congress mean?
friends don't let friends vote republican
guns don't kill people- radical pro-lifers kill people
will be president for food
the media are only as liberal as the conservative businesses that own them
"better a bleeding heart than none at all."
if you're noy outraged, then you're not paying attention
lead, follow, or get out of the way
peace begins when the hungry are fed
if god inteded us to vote we would have been given candidates
the arts are not a luxury
organize!
indian country (graphic of the americas)
if christ is the answer, what was the question?
my karma ran over your dogma
god protect me from your followers
jesus is a liberal
jesus is coming, look busy
come the rapture, can i have your car?
my goddess gave birth to your god
if you want a country run by religion move to iran
honk if you think i'm jesus
the goddess is alive and magic is afoot
it's time for anopther magical mystery tour
isis!  isis!  ra!  ra!  ra!
religious freedom means any religion
stop global warming
you nonconformists are all alike
eschew obfuscation
"failure is impossible"
i haven't been the same since that house fell on my sister!
lottery: a tax on people who can't do math
oh, no!  not another learning experience!
i can feel your pain (whatever)
the truth is out there (but i'm stuck here)
are we there yet?
i saw elvis making crop circles
i love my country but fear my government
happy childhoods last a lifetime- prevent child abuse
(one with no words, just a big band-aid for the boo boos on your car.)
start seeing bicycles
join the army; travel to exotic, distant lands; meet exciting, unusual people
           and kill them
give peace a chance
viualize world peace
you cannot simultaneously prevent and prepare for war
it will be a great day when our schools get all the money they need and the
              air force has to hold a bake sale to buy a bomber
commit random acts of kindness and senseless beauty
those who abandon their dreams will discourage yours
last time we mixed politics and religion... people got burned at the stake
sorry i missed church, i've been busy practicing witchcraft and becoming a
lesbian
who owns you?
overpopulation too much of a good thing
visualize using your turn signals
ufo's are real (the air force doesn't exist)
question reality
more jobs?  what about less people?
not all who wander are lost
i'm prolifejacket and i boat
support your local extra-terrestrial
creative people must be stopped
where are we going?  and why am i in this handbasket?
just say no to one word solutions
i do whatever the little voices tell me to do
the artless are in charge of funding the arts
i can't go to work today - the voices said "stay home and clean the guns"
actions speak louder than bumperstickers
free tibet
visualize whirled peas
if guns are outlawed, only outlaws will shoot their kids accidentally
what wisdom can you find that is greater than kindness?
pro-veteran / anti-war
peace be with you

okay... these are smaller bike size stickers:

mend your feulish ways
go by bike
bla bla bla bla whatever
hate your job?  quit!
will kill for food
skateboarding permitted
(rainbow flag)


okay, everything above this point is the same price.  all of the prices
include shipping unless you're overseas.  if that's the case please let me
know and we'll figure something out.

1 sticker - $1.50
2 stickers - $2.70
3 stickers - $3.60
4 stickers - $4.20
5 sickers - $4.75
6 stickers - $5.00

to order, say, nine stickers, just add the price for 6 to the price for 3.
hence, 9 stickers would be $8.60.  the following do not fit in to the above
pricing chart:

these are clear, non-adhesive window stickers ("static cling" stickers):

red ribbon
rainbow triangle
pink triangle
black triangle
peace sign
women's symbol
rainbow flag

these are plain black-on-clear static cling window stickers:

clergy (with symbol)
yin yang
celtic knot
woven star
oom
peace

also, you can get a 26-inch long 1/2 inch thick rainbow sticker that is almost
as wide as your car.

all of the items described above go by the following price scale:

1 sticker - $2.00
2 stickers - $3.00
3 stickers - $4.00

i think that's all.  happy ordering, and send your questions here. =)  my
fingers are tired!  thanks, sarah

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date:         wed, 22 apr 1998 23:59:56 -0400
reply-to:     sharon parker/kirsten shonle <isis1@megalink.net>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         sharon parker/kirsten shonle <isis1@megalink.net>
subject:      re: aids and lesbians
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keep in mind that many lesbians have had sex with male partners at some
point in their lives, or have been exposed to hiv in other ways.  i agree
wholeheartedly about being protected, but it's really hard for one woman to
transmit hiv to another...
          peace,
            sharoane

----------
> from: mel <melsouth@mindspring.com>
> to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
> subject: aids and lesbians
> date: wednesday, april 22, 1998 2:07 pm
>
> jill wrote:
>
> > there have only been 2 reported cases *ever* of
> > woman-to-woman transmission, and in these cases, the women had
> > likely gotten the virus from males they had slept with previously
> > (which is one of the highest occurrances of transmission,
> > second to male-male transmisison). so if any queer (meaning:
> > not unconditionally heterosexual) women have read that,
> > and are sitting there now thinking you have put yourself at
> > high risk for exposure to the hiv virus, know that while
> > unprotected sex of any kind is always a risk, the likelihood
> > that you have exposed yourself is very, very low.
>
> no offense... but this is actually out-dated thinking. the operative
> word above is *reported*
>
> lesbians (because of real and perceived homophobia on the part of the
> medical establishment -- especially among gyns) often refuse/ avoid
> medical exams and treatment -- and when they do -- often lie about their
> (our) sexuality to mds. which is why "reported woman-to-woman hiv
> transmission" rates are inaccurate, and among queers -- considered a
> joke.
>
> for instance -- right now, in nyc, there is an increasing epidemic of
> hiv among lesbians.
>
> so don't kid yourself into believing that the goddess will protect you.
> you need to protect yourself. get tested at a clinic. and practice safer
> sex -- esp with new partners.
>
> (and no, i'm *not* hiv+... and yes, i *have* been tested)
>
> --
>         -- mel  <melsouth@mindspring.com>
>
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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 00:01:14 -0400
reply-to:     sharon parker/kirsten shonle <isis1@megalink.net>
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from:         sharon parker/kirsten shonle <isis1@megalink.net>
subject:      re: squeeky fromme?
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wow, you are dating yourself! :-)
   squeeky fromme was indeed part of charles manson's bunch, and she tried
to assassinate president ford, which is the reason she's in jail...
     peace,
          sharoane

----------
> from: adia difranco <saliers_ray@hotmail.com>
> to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
> subject: squeeky fromme?
> date: wednesday, april 22, 1998 2:15 pm
>
> ok, so i'm seeing the ballad of squeeky fromme, and my mom was like,
> "squeeky's out of jail?" and i was like, it's a song. she's like oh but
> squeeky fromme was  a real person! i didn't know this. so then she says
> squeeky tried to assasinate president ford. but dad says no, that
> squeeky was part of the charles manson gang...so i figured ya'll would
> know! :)  i don't think it was in the faq cuz i just read all that
> yesterday!
>
> lamia
>
>
>
> "why does my love destroy you?"
> --amy ray
>
> http://members.tripod.com/~deleria_haze/enter.html
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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 14:28:38 +1000
reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
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hey folks,

this is a new list which might be of interest to some of
you, especially those in the us...

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, 23 apr 1998 00:15:41 -0400
from: jason and jill greshes <jgreshes@netaxs.com>
to: ecto@smoe.org
subject: announcing lilith-fair-fans

hi everyone.

after talking with the owner of smoe.org (thanks jeff!) and us agreeing
that there's
been a lot of duplication of posts and info concerning lilith fair on
many different lists, we've decided to create one list where people can
discuss lilith fair, ask questions concerning venues, prices, vendors,
hooking up at lilith fair, asking for directions to various fairs,
posting updates concerning dates and artists performing, discussing
products available at lilith fair, etc. etc.  basically, your one-stop
lilith fair info and discussion shop.

to subscribe, mail majordomo@smoe.org with:

subscribe lilith-fair-fans

=or=

subscribe lilith-fair-fans-digest

if you prefer the digest version.

when you sub you will receive a long file giving all the dates and venue
information so far.  the list is for both news and discussion concerning
lilith fair.

it also is a fan-run list and has no official relationship or endorsed
relationship with lilith fair, sarah or nettwerk.


thanks,

jason

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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 00:42:26 -0400
reply-to:     indigo head <s00.krosenblum@wittenberg.edu>
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from:         indigo head <s00.krosenblum@wittenberg.edu>
subject:      joan baez and kentucky
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okay, first of all, any flamming is unwelcomed because this is my opinion
(and hey, if we all had the same taste in music, this world wold be
boring... :-)  )

i was quite bummed that joan baez made a guest apperence at the lexington
show.  see, the reason is, i do not like joan baez.  i think she is
unoriginal, and i do not like her voice.  i drove 300 miles to see my
girls, not joan baez...  i was mad that the girls left the stage so joan
could play a short set.  now, i do like richard shindell, and i was glad
that he was there, but still, i had come to see the girls...

i have always made it quite clear that the only band that i would spend
over 3 hours (one way) in the car to go see is ig.  therefore, i wanted to
see ig, not joan.

i am not knocking the show.  i thought the girls were great as usual.  and
i also have a copy of that set list (from sully, i love her!), and i am
not complaining that they played too few songs, or that they "only played
'popular' songs."  that doesn't bother me.  i mean, nothing beats hearing
power of 2.  i was however very angry that joan came, and the ig's left
the stage so she could do a solo.  (i went out in the hall while she was
up there alone b/c i just didn't want to see or hear it...)

okay, that is my rambling for the night.  for those of you who like joan,
i am not trying to be rude, but please don't e-mail me to flame me or tell
me how wonderful she is.  we all have different tastes, and i think we
need to respect that...

good night!

:-) karen

********************************************
*"so we're okay, we're fine, baby i'm here**
*to stop your cryin', chase all the ghosts**
*from your head, i'm stronger than the******
*monster beneath your bed, smarter than the*
*tricks played on your heart, we'll look at*
*'em together then we'll take 'em apart,****
*adding up the total of a love that's true**
*multiply life by the power of two." indigo*
*girls (emily saliers)**********************
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from:         mark anthony donajkowski <madonajk@alpha.delta.edu>
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folks why is it every time i post sometong from the cd list im on thatys
for sale that the list would be itnrested in i get folks writing me about
it i include the guys email address for folks to write him at and yet
every time they write me its on cd write the ugy whose email appears with
the post


on thu, 23 apr 1998, sanawike wrote:

> are the kristen hall and tame yourself albums on tape or cd?  thanks, sarah
>

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at 01:55 pm 4/22/98 -0400, leigh ann wrote:
>okay, i have an idea for the listmember id thing.  this may seem
>stupid, but let's just see what people think.  i think we should have a
>t-shirt made that says nigc on the front, and maybe the the email
>address of the list (if that's legal???) on the back or something.
>the color of the shirt?  indigo, of course!  that would be the kind of
>thing that *only* listmembers would recognize, but it's not so stupid
>looking that other people would think you're a dumbass.  what do
>y'all think?  and who would want to organize something like that?

        i think that's a great idear?  let's do it!!!?  how 'bout "this
world falls on me" on the front or back???

tony :)

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

just a reminder about some of the list posting guidelines:

1) please don't post phenomenally long nigc messages to the
        list
2) please don't quote other peoples' entire messages when
        replying to the list
3) please don't use long signatures when posting to the
        list

switch to digest for a few days if you want to see how
annoying these things can sometimes be...

thanks folks.  listnag mode off...
sherlyn
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okay, so i'm thinking about this nigc thing.  how we are being asked to
cut down on the nigc because it's not what the list is for.  but think a
minute about the very structure of this list:  it is *our* list, for us
listees.  we essentially determine the content by posting what we post,
right?  this is also something which we joined *voluntarily*, in trying
to find like-minded indigo heads such as ourselves.  and, judging by the
nigc threads we've had, we have much in common, or at least a heck of a
lot to talk/flame/rehash about day in and out.
so jump back to the list, as it is today, thursday.  we are asked to cut
down on the nigc.  i don't see why nigc is a big issue, considering that
all of us have real lives outside of the indigo girls and this list, and
we may often need some input, suggestions, or a captive audience for
something.  or we just might want to share news with folks whose words
we read daily and have come to regard as kind friends (or slight
enemies).  so, the line of reasoning here is:  if this list is *for us*,
manned *by us*, and we post *for us*, (so in essence it is a
self-sustaining collective) and so many of *us* have no big problem with
nigc (either reading or posting it), why are we asked to cut down?  we
still have *lots and lots* of igc, first and foremost.  but i personally
think that the nigc is a nice break from all the igc most days.  so
let's discuss this--- nigc or no?  i say talk about what you want to
talk about.

subverting everything i can,
jill

and good god, don't flame me.  my delete key is waaay too overused
already.


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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 02:37:50 edt
reply-to:     bbelbis <bbelbis@aol.com>
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hey listees!

i was just wondering if someone could help me out.  for months now, i've been
trying to sign up for some kind of ani d mailing list...for some reason, i get
a message back saying that it isn't running at this time.  i took their word
for it until someone on this list had mentioned that they got some info from
that same ani d list that i got rejected from.  am i going nuts?   thanks in
advance to all that responds!  please email me privately.  thanks

brian b

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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 00:48:20 -0600
reply-to:     melissa genevieve young <mgy2@email.byu.edu>
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from:         melissa genevieve young <mgy2@email.byu.edu>
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jill certo:  <and, judging by the nigc threads we've had, we have much
in common . . . i don't see why nigc is a big issue, considering that
all of us have real lives outside of the indigo girls and this list, and
we may often need some input, suggestions, or a captive audience for
something.  or we just might want to share news with folks whose words
we read daily and have come to regard as kind friends (or slight
enemies).>

i personally joined this list to discuss my favorite musical artist, the
indigo girls.  as a straight conservative, no, i really don't have a lot
in common with what seems to be the majority of this list (but that's
the reason i love ig--they reach a broad audience).  subjects like safe
lesbian sex (to use a recent example) do not interest me at all.  nigc
is bound to arise, but it should only be when necessary.  while you
might feel a bond of friendship with the 40-50 regular posters on the
list, there are about 900 more of us that have to read your posts.  if
really you need a captive audience or a place to discuss other aspects
of your life, there are plenty of other forums on the internet that are
appropriate, including private email.  but please don't just assume that
since people share one of your musical interests that they have other
things in common with you too.  stick to the lowest common denominator.

thanks,

melissa.

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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 01:39:32 pdt
reply-to:     amy and sara the indigo fans <indigofans@hotmail.com>
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just out of curiosity...is anyone from mn and going to the pride
festival? thanks
~amy

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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 10:36:49 -0400
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i had to post about this really weird dream i had last night...i don't
remember much of it but the part i do remember is being on a bus with a
bunch of ig roadies and fans.  i was sitting next to a friend of mine
and he told me that the guy next to him was amy's boyfriend!!
everything else about the dream was basically irrelevant...but anyway, i
started talking to this guy and he was pretty cool and he was telling me
all about amy.  i don't remember much detail about that either.
overall, very weird!!
next topic - dickinson :-)
i also agree that the armband thing is kind of weird, i think i would
feel like a dork wearing one, but that's just my opinion.  i was hoping
that if someone actually goes to dickinson or knows the place well, he
or she could just pick out a good location to meet.
that's about all for now :-)

-can't wait til sunday!!!

-leigh ann

'forget regret, or life is yours to miss
no other road, no other way
no day but today...'

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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 09:58:38 -0500
reply-to:     rick hodgin <foxmuldr@indy.net>
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what's the most frequently asked question about my cd-r boot
offers?  where can i buy recordable cd's?

the best places i've found are local mom-and-pop type stores that
don't seem like much.  usually those kinds of gurus can be among
the best to get ahold of inexpensive discs.

if you can't find a local m&p places, then try a local cyber cafe
and ask around.  it's often worth it to do a little shopping around
because at some place like compusa or best buy you could pay $6 or
$7 (or more) for a two-pack, where you can buy two-packs at these
smaller stores for $4 or less.  they often offer 5-packs for $10 or
less (some with, some without jewel cases).

you can also buy online at really low prices, but then you have
to pay shipping so for a small order it probably wouldn't be
worth it too much.  but you can find them online for $1.50 each
or so without jewel cases, $1.75 or so with jewel cases).  that's
as cheap as a medium quality cassette tape.  you can't get much
better than that unless you know someone.  that's how i buy them,
but i usually buy them 100 at a time or so.

if you have any more questions e-mail me.  maybe i'll put together
a mini rick-faq to send out to people. :)  heheeh

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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 09:58:36 -0500
reply-to:     rick hodgin <foxmuldr@indy.net>
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i've been getting all of the queued up tape boots converted to
cd for people and have come across another excellent quality
boot i'd like to offer to everyone.  it's jan 30, 1998 at
universal amphitheatre.  it is all really good quality, not
too much talking, good ratio of audience noise to music.  guests
include vonda sheppard??sp??, jackson brown, danielle howel &
the tantrums, kristen hall and ani difranco comes out to sing
closer to fine! and i'm sure i'm missing someone else.

if you'd like to get a copy of this, it's a two disc set with
about 40 minutes left over i'll fill up with another good live
boot i'm receiving later this week, or i could put live on mountain
stage on it since that boot is almost exactly enough to fill it out
(that's what i did with my copy).  to completely fill it out i have
i put uncle john's band on it from ben & jerry's folk festival, that
makes two discs, each about 70 min 30 sec.

setlist
(disc 1)
4:32, 01 least complicated
5:08, 02 dead man's hill
3:33, 03 get out the map
4:33, 04 shed your skin
0:35, 05 (misc banter)
3:11, 06 it's alright
0:19, 07 (misc banter)
3:06, 08 i don't wanna know (the campfire song, heheeh:)
5:42, 09 ghost
0:51, 10 (misc banter)
4:01, 11 pull the trigger
4:10, 12 hammer and a nail
5:00, 13 shame on you
5:22, 14 virginial woolf
0:21, 15 (misc banter)
6:30, 16 scooter boys
5:29, 17 baby don't you break my heart slow
0:35, 18 (misc banter)
70:48, total

(disc 2)
4:17, 01 let it rain (kristen hall)
9:29, 02 chickenman
5:08, 03 galileo (jackson browne)
0:39, 04 (encore request, a lot of clapping)
1:00, 05 (charity information)
5:06, 06 love's recovery
0:16, 07 (misc banter)
3:05, 08 blister in the sun (excellent quality!!!)
0:19, 09 (misc banter)
5:19, 10 closer to fine (ani difranco)
<live on mountain stage>
0:39, 11 (introduction)
3:39, 12 get out the map
5:37, 13 don't give that girl a gun
0:45, 14 (indigo girls band introduction)
0:44, 15 power of two (take one, capo'd on wrong fret)
5:02, 16 power of two
5:10, 17 everything in its own time (incredible!)
8:34, 18 chickenman
6:07, 19 uncle john's band
70:55, total

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if interested in getting this boot, send two blank recordable cd-r's to:

rick hodgin
481 beverly drive
zionsville, in  46077
usa

you don't need to send me a confirmation e-mail, but it's always nice.
please include a note of some kind letting me know what you want because
i'm still receiving loms and b&jnff requests.  btw, to everyone who's
sent two discs for the loms and b&jnff cd's i've finished the b&j ones
and sent them back to you if you sent them in separate containers.  the
loms ones i'll finish this weekend and send out then.  but, i'm totally
caught up so if you're waiting to send them, go ahead!

thanks, listees!  as always, all things indigo.

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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 07:56:34 -0700
reply-to:     kathleen mulhern <kmulhern@scenicsoft.com>
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indigo head wrote:

> i was quite bummed that joan baez made a guest apperence at the lexington
> show.  see, the reason is, i do not like joan baez.  i think she is
> unoriginal, and i do not like her voice.  i drove 300 miles to see my
> girls, not joan baez..

i can understand this.  in portland they had vonda shepard do only one song,
but they both left the stage during it and i think many of the fans were a
little shocked.  don't get me wrong, vonda shepard is amazing, but i didn't
know she was going to be there, much less that my beloved girls would leave
the stage to let her play a song.  i think i'd be pissed, too, if it was an
artist i didn't like playing a song or two while amy and emily left the stage.

*an aside*
what was cool is that after vonda shepard sang one song on her own, emily came
out and sang with her on a another of vonda's songs and it was beyond
beautiful.  it's amazing to hear emily sing other's songs.  i get jaded and
used to her voice on ig songs, so it rarely sends shivers down my spine
anymore.  but when she's up there belting it out with who i consider to be one
of the strongest female voices in music, her talent and strength really show
through.  i couldn't tell where vonda ended and emily picked up when i closed
my eyes.  really amazing.  emily is one hell of a talent.  i felt the same way
about amy -- i love her voice and always have, but i thought her voice was
made up entirely of passion and strength until i watched "jesus christ
superstar" and experienced the depth and breadth of that amazing, multi-octive
range of hers.

-kate, who just watched "uptown lounge" again for the first time in about 3
years and got excited all over again!

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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 17:20:52 -0700
reply-to:     michal rogson <starr@netvision.net.il>
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"the nigc is a nice break from all the igc most days.  so
let's discuss this--- nigc or no?  i say talk about what you want to
talk about"

okay, so i know i'm new round here, but i've enjoyed myself, and i must say
i agree with jill.  i think i joined primarily to find out who out there
really likes ig as much as they should (!), but at that point, i'd like to
find out about them too, not just more info on the girls, and i think that
probably includes discussions that occassionally veer away from pure igc.
if this whole list were just concert-related messages, boot-related
messages, news and little games, just how stimulating would it be?  it's
fantastic to have a forum for exactly those things, but why limit?  or maybe
the right question is, by what parameters to limit, cuz i understand the
need not to let this thing degenerate into a free for all.  but there's so
much people can learn from one another, i feel like i've learned a lot since
i signed up.

so good question, jill.

together in subversion,
michal

p.s. apropos, can anyone send me more info. on this chiappas thing (i think
that's what you called it) or addresses where i could find it?  i've been in
israel four years, i haven't really heard of it....

"the center cannot hold" - yeats.
and that's from memory, so don't bothering correcting me if i misquoted.


jill certo wrote:

> okay, so i'm thinking about this nigc thing.  how we are being asked to
> cut down on the nigc because it's not what the list is for.  but think a
> minute about the very structure of this list:  it is *our* list, for us
> listees.  we essentially determine the content by posting what we post,
> right?  this is also something which we joined *voluntarily*, in trying
> to find like-minded indigo heads such as ourselves.  and, judging by the
> nigc threads we've had, we have much in common, or at least a heck of a
> lot to talk/flame/rehash about day in and out.
> so jump back to the list, as it is today, thursday.  we are asked to cut
> down on the nigc.  i don't see why nigc is a big issue, considering that
> all of us have real lives outside of the indigo girls and this list, and
> we may often need some input, suggestions, or a captive audience for
> something.  or we just might want to share news with folks whose words
> we read daily and have come to regard as kind friends (or slight
> enemies).  so, the line of reasoning here is:  if this list is *for us*,
> manned *by us*, and we post *for us*, (so in essence it is a
> self-sustaining collective) and so many of *us* have no big problem with
> nigc (either reading or posting it), why are we asked to cut down?  we
> still have *lots and lots* of igc, first and foremost.  but i personally
> think that the nigc is a nice break from all the igc most days.  so
> let's discuss this--- nigc or no?  i say talk about what you want to
> talk about.
>
> subverting everything i can,
> jill
>
> and good god, don't flame me.  my delete key is waaay too overused
> already.
>
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"the nigc is a nice break from all the igc most days.  so
<br>let's discuss this--- nigc or no?  i say talk about what you want
to
<br>talk about"

<p>okay, so i know i'm new round here, but i've enjoyed myself, and i must
say i agree with jill.  i think i joined primarily to find out who
out there really likes ig as much as they should (!), but at that point,
i'd like to find out about <i>them</i> too, not just more info on the girls,
and i think that probably includes discussions that occassionally veer
away from pure igc.  if this whole list were just concert-related
messages, boot-related messages, news and little games, just how stimulating
would it be?  it's fantastic to have a forum for exactly those things,
but why limit?  or maybe the right question is, by what parameters
to limit, cuz i understand the need not to let this thing degenerate into
a free for all.  but there's so much people can learn from one another,
i feel like i've learned a lot since i signed up.

<p>so good question, jill.

<p>together in subversion,
<br>michal

<p>p.s. apropos, can anyone send me more info. on this chiappas thing (i
think that's what you called it) or addresses where i could find it? 
i've been in israel four years, i haven't really heard of it....

<p>"the center cannot hold" - yeats.
<br>and that's from memory, so don't bothering correcting me if i misquoted.
<br> 

<p>jill certo wrote:
<blockquote type=cite>okay, so i'm thinking about this nigc thing. 
how we are being asked to
<br>cut down on the nigc because it's not what the list is for.  but
think a
<br>minute about the very structure of this list:  it is *our* list,
for us
<br>listees.  we essentially determine the content by posting what
we post,
<br>right?  this is also something which we joined *voluntarily*,
in trying
<br>to find like-minded indigo heads such as ourselves.  and, judging
by the
<br>nigc threads we've had, we have much in common, or at least a heck
of a
<br>lot to talk/flame/rehash about day in and out.
<br>so jump back to the list, as it is today, thursday.  we are asked
to cut
<br>down on the nigc.  i don't see why nigc is a big issue, considering
that
<br>all of us have real lives outside of the indigo girls and this list,
and
<br>we may often need some input, suggestions, or a captive audience for
<br>something.  or we just might want to share news with folks whose
words
<br>we read daily and have come to regard as kind friends (or slight
<br>enemies).  so, the line of reasoning here is:  if this list
is *for us*,
<br>manned *by us*, and we post *for us*, (so in essence it is a
<br>self-sustaining collective) and so many of *us* have no big problem
with
<br>nigc (either reading or posting it), why are we asked to cut down? 
we
<br>still have *lots and lots* of igc, first and foremost.  but i
personally
<br>think that the nigc is a nice break from all the igc most days. 
so
<br>let's discuss this--- nigc or no?  i say talk about what you want
to
<br>talk about.

<p>subverting everything i can,
<br>jill

<p>and good god, don't flame me.  my delete key is waaay too overused
<br>already.

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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 11:15:29 -0400
reply-to:     darren glass <glassd@math.upenn.edu>
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while it is absolutely true that this list can be whatever we want it to
be, i think we need to keep in mind that lots of people are on this list
to discuss indigo girls, and that's about it.  having been on this list
for a really long time (i joined in october 92...just in time for all of
the "so do we think rites of passage is as good as the older stuff?"
discussions...has anyone been around longer than that?)  i have seen many
discussions get recycled (and recycled and...) and rehashed.

sometimes i wonder why i'm still on the list, and i've even toyed with
unsubscribing a few times...but i always re-subscribe, because i'm worried
i'll miss some good discussion or some exciting news.  however, i am _not_
on the list to discuss ellen, aids, etc.  i imagine that there are plenty
of forums for all those kinds of discussions online.  i certainly don't
mind the occasional nigc post, and i think it's ok to err on the side of
freedom...better that than turn this list into a censored state.  but if
the question is "should we allow lots of nigc?"  i would have to say no.
start a "things-tangentially-related-to-indigo-girls" list if you want,
but i'd rather not have a dozen digests each day talking about things i'm
not interested in...

of course that's just my opinion.  if everyone disagrees with me, then so
be it...

darren, who was just remembering a time when saying the word "lesbian" om
this list got people flamed to death as it was an invasion of their
privacy.  of course, we also had dozens of the "hey, a friend of a friend
of a friend of mine heard that amy and emily are gay.  is that true?"
posts...

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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 11:17:31 -0400
reply-to:     jenny brust <jennyb@opengroup.org>
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having gone there, and thinking about the latest bits of construction
that's going on now, i would suggest meeting at the flag pole.

as one drives up/down high st you will see a large grassy area with a flag
pole surrounded one three sides by academic buildings, and a granite wall.
it's an easily accessible area, and if you ask for directions to it,
everyone knows where it is.

jenny

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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 11:24:59 edt
reply-to:     tunegal4 <tunegal4@aol.com>
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hey i don't know if anyone has heard about this yet or not.. but my ex sent me
this address this morning.. check it out...


tune


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

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>jill certo:  <and, judging by the nigc threads we've had, we have much
>in common . . . [snip]

i agree, jill.  not only do we have common interests but often times the
indigo girls themselves have common interests with the other artists we
discuss so it is partially related.  especially stuff like mm and other
artists that ig regularly perform with.

>melissa genevieve young:  <i personally joined this list to discuss my
>favorite musical artist, the indigo girls. [snip]
>subjects like safe lesbian sex (to use a recent example) do not interest
>me at all.  [snip]

i don't think the amount of nigc going through here is harmful at all,
and when you consider this is a list where you're more likely to find
lesbian subscribers i don't see how discussions relating to strictly
lesbian-related topics (like safer lesbian sex) should be outlawed.
what other forum would there be to approach such topics?  something
like "lesbianlist@smoe.org"?  i could only imagine the level of the
conversation in that group.  at least here we get only important or
significant topics.

also you can generally tell within a few seconds after opening the
post whether or not it's something you're interested in ... so if it's
not skip it.  you can usually tell by thread names, too.

of course i subscribe in digest form so they all come in a row.  maybe
subscribing in digest form there's an advantage over those who don't
because they get things one at a time and it's hard to remember what
the thread was about until you read a line or two.  but in digest form
you just saw the previous message in the thread about 1 minute earlier.

:)

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>there are about 900 more of us that have to read your posts.

that guy who recently asked for the donations to upgrade smoe.org told me
there are only ~180 subscribers to ig list.  jewel's list is the biggest,
but most of the lists that smoe.org maintains are about ig list size.

here's what was said:
>>rick > from what i understand there are nearly 1,000 people on the
>>     > indigo girls list alone (the one i subscribe to) and i'm sure
>>     > there are more on other lists like jewel.
>
>>mike connel: >the list you are on has 181 subscribers at this moment.
>>             >for a "roster" of ig-news, send the two-line command
>>             >
>>             >who ig-news
>>             >end
>>             >
>>             >to majordomo@smoe.org)

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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 11:34:41 -0500
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jillian wrote:

> but think a minute about the very structure of this list:  it is *our* list, for us
> listees.  we essentially determine the content by posting what we post,
> right?


no.  the content of this list is determined by the faq.  it is written
in the faq that
this list is a semi-moderated forum to discuss first and foremost the
indigo girls and
their music.  please visit the faq for more info....it is not a list
that 900 people got together and developed for the sake of sitting
around and bs-ing about their personal lives, etc.  i have, for the most
part, always viewed the "nigc" as a prelude to information about another
artist, upcoming musical events that may interest list because of the
types of music being played (such as a grassroots festival), or about a
cause which is political in nature that the people on this list may have
an affinity for (such as pooh's and greg's championing of the aids bike
ride, or information on women's rights.)

and, judging by the
> nigc threads we've had, we have much in common, or at least a heck of a
> lot to talk/flame/rehash about day in and out.
> i don't see why nigc is a big issue, considering that
> all of us have real lives outside of the indigo girls and this list, and
> we may often need some input, suggestions, or a captive audience for
> something.  or we just might want to share news with folks whose words
> we read daily and have come to regard as kind friends (or slight
> enemies).


then take these things to private mail and discuss them with your
friends there.  this is not a forum under which you can air your
personal life, problems, etc.  news is one thing, such as volunteerism
for a cause which you feel the list may care about, or a fantastic new
artist you may have found in the local record shop bargain bin, but
there are limits to this list and they are clearly laid out in the faq.


> so, the line of reasoning here is:  if this list is *for us*,
> manned *by us*, and we post *for us*, (so in essence it is a
> self-sustaining collective) and so many of *us* have no big problem with
> nigc (either reading or posting it), why are we asked to cut down?


the list is for us, but it is manned (my interpretation: moderated) by
sherilyn and co.  we post for the benefit of all on the list (ie: 900
people) , not just the immediate circle of friends that each of us has
here.  how do *you* know if some listees do not have a problem with
this?  this is a very broad assumption.

> and good god, don't flame me.  my delete key is waaay too overused
> already.


so are the delete keys of others...from all the nigc.


any comments can be sent to me via private mail.  no need to clog up
bandwidth for this....  :)

peace-
karrie


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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 11:26:08 -0400
reply-to:     deanna light <drlight@mindspring.com>
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from:         deanna light <drlight@mindspring.com>
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for all those who are taking advantage of rick hodgin's incredibly kind
offer of cd-r boots, i thought i'd share this tidbit of information.

right now, best buy has 10-packs of maxell cd-r's for $19.99, and maxell is
offering a $20 rebate (limit 2).  this means that you can go in and plunk
down about $42 ($39.98 + tax), send off the maxell rebate forms, and get $40
back in the mail.  for the math-impaired, this means that you're getting 20
cd-r blanks for about $2 in sales tax, which works out to about $.10 each.

this, fellow listees, is not a bad deal at all.  in fact, it's a steal.
watch for these kinds of sales, and stock up!  a few weeks ago, for example,
compusa had sony cd-r blanks on sale, and with the rebate, they ended up
costing about $.06 each after sales tax.  i took advantage of this deal, too!

happy shopping.

deanna

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okay, i've been advised to ask for a good boot of "least complicated".
the collection, not the song.... anyone???? :)cate

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what part didnt you un\derstand
1 i post cds to the list from a list im o
2 folks write me asing about the cds iee buying them if im selling them
etc
3 i include the guys email each and every time and still folks write me
asking to buy them dont write me write the guy whose selling them whose
email addy i include with each posting


on thu, 23 apr 1998, justin wrote:

> >folks why is it every time i post sometong from the cd list im on thatys
> >for sale that the list would be itnrested in i get folks writing me about
> >it i include the guys email address for folks to write him at and yet
> >every time they write me its on cd write the ugy whose email appears with
> >the post
>
> ummm...what?
>
> justin
>
>
>

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i like nigc! we all obviously have something huge in common, so it's
cool to see what else you're all thinking...

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in a message dated 4/23/98 11:16:42 am, foxmuldr@indy.net wrote:

<<>>mike connel: >the list you are on has 181 subscribers at this moment.
>>             >for a "roster" of ig-news,>>

that is the news group... this is a listserv... there are, indeed about 900
members to this list.  and it seems that all the people who are so pro-nigc
are relatively new here.  those of us who have been here a while don't seem
bothered by the occasional nigc post (i'm guilty of it myself), but when the
most noted list topic becomes "lesbian safe sex" (and, btw, this is a topic i
myself am interested in), then we alienate a great many people who came here
for music discussions.  there are many other forums for these discussions...
please take them there.

dee

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subject:      nigc issue

although i don't always read everything, i have learned quite a bit about
other artists and other things of common interest.  a while back someone
raised this issue and that is why people use the term "nigc"  if someone is
not interested in that post - skip it!

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subject:      nigc

can't we all just get along?  but seriously, isn't it amazing what we can
get so upset about.  no matter what you think about this - it's only an
e-mail list - not the end of the world!

enjoy your day!

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... you'd also probably like the paper boys!  they're irish transplants
to vancouver, b.c. and they rock!  they are heavily celtic, with lots of
fiddle playing and tin whisle blowing -- really fabulous, uplifting
stuff.

since ig have definate celtic influences, i thought some people may be
interested in a truly fun, celtic band.  the name of their cd is
"molinos," and it is really great!

i think a love of celtic and celtic-inspired music is in the
blood-stream of us offspring of the mother land!

-kate, who also highly recommends hothouse flowers.  they are no longer
together (i think -- well, they haven't put any music out for a while),
and if you haven't heard them, you should.  liam o'manolai plays piano
on i think "secure yourself," and another member of hf plays the tin
whistle on "closer to fine."  ig opened for them on a number of dates
back in the late 80s, early 90s, and hf is the reason i got into ig.  i
figured if ig are good enough for hf to play on their cd, then ig is
good enough for me!

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awright! first off, go jill. =)

but the point was made -- in a post that i inadvertantly deleted =( --
that not everyone is here for anything more than igc.  and that's, i
think, what the tag lines are for; if you don't want nigc, then don't read
it.  i've been known to run through and delete everything with a subject
line i'm not interested in: yes, there's a chance you might miss
something, but that's the risk one takes.

i like the igc -- the concert dates are great, and the reviews are
sometimes interesting, and the discussion threads are absolutely
fascinating -- but the nigc is what takes a fan group and makes it into a
little net community.  it's -fun- meeting people, and after a point igc
gets kind of repetitive.  the nigc stuff adds life/diversity...and, again,
if you're not into it there's the news list or the delete key.  pain in
the tuckas? yes, kind of.  but part of the beauty of the internet is
that it's an endless discussion forum.  part of the beauty of this list is
that in addition to some great ig threads, there are great nig threads.

maybe i'm being a little presumptuous, as i really don't post -that- much.
but still....here's for nigc!


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you go ahead and show them something written just the way they experienced
it, all of a sudden it's too scary or strange to comprehend."
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yes i know this is nicg but it's really short and i
think some of you will find it funny, so flame me!
(maybe this is pg+ rating, so flame me!)

the chicken and the egg were sitting in the coop and
they'd just finished doing what they did when the
chicken lit a cigerette, looked at the egg with
disgust and said "well, i guess that answers *that*
question!"

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subject:      could you pick up 2 99 live x cds for me?

hey y'all!

        yes, i'm asking what'll probably be the favor of the week
<smile>...blockbuster has informed me that you must go in person to buy
the 99 live x cd, i.e., no phone orders allowed...they also told me they
have only 4,000 left (i said you're scaring me about the possibility i
may not be able to get one, and he laughed and said yeah, they go very
fast)...argh!...so i was wondering if anyone in the atlanta area might
buy me 2 very soon?...at $14.99 each, i'd be happy to pay $40 for 2 cds
to cover taxes & shipping & handling...i would be *greatly* appreciative
of this!!! <smile>...please let me know whenever you can...thanks and
take care, @=d jen

ps thanks to nadyne, sarah, and mel for listening to my private pleas for
this <smile>...
pps unrelated to the above: i'm still taking ticket orders for the boston
wand reception for indigo girls and winona laduke, please email if you'd
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i honestly have to say i agree whole-heartedly with this! we're not that
extreme with it, not the way the sarah m list is (250 emails a day) and
i don't think we'll let it get too out of hand...i like talking about
things that don't necesarily have things to do with the girls..i also
like to talk about the girls, and i hate to say it but it seems like no
matter which you talk about you have to be way too careful cuz if you're
not you'll get flamed!
i think we should lighten up...and just talk...*s*

lamia


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hey y'all--

okay, i guess i've been in bizarro world or something, but i've missed a
few things.

1.  a song for eve - what is this song, and what cd is it on?  i take it
it's a compilation or a soundtrack or something?

2.  new opening act for ig - includes 2 people formerly? of lift?  did they
break up?

3.  anybody know where i could get ahold of an ani difranco ticket for
saturday night's concert in gainesville, fl?

that's about it.

thanks y'all!  (hey, lisa, otts, susieb, b&t, greg, j nick, joan, joni, &
jendy!)

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as one who is always breaking the rule ( and getting patient little
notes from the list mama)i think one of the reasons there tends to be  a
general lack of appreciation for nigc is the extents to which it gets
out of hand..
ok..another band we might like,,thats cool
a cause we all might be interested in..great..you can always delete
i think .we run into trouble when we start getting post that get
waaaaaaaaay to graphic...especially we girls..i mean lets face it
ladies..i think we'd get a little up in arms if the boys started posting
what it was they *did*..( y'all go ahead and fun but don't telll me
about it, ok?)
then we get the post about people who see the ex's at concerts and start
to refer to them in all those nasty words that my mom used to wash my
mouth out with soap for using...9/10 of us don't know these people and
could care less whether they found someone new..ya know?????
maybe you should think..if my mom read this, would she get mad?????(i
bet yer mom doesn't want to know about lesbian sex)
i think the safest way to judge  if its "appropriate" is to decide if
more than 10 people really might care..if not..send it to those 10
privately and  not the list..
or..what about..if you have nigc..make it brief and say in the brief
post that if someone wants the "dirt" to e-mail you privately...
i don't know..i'm open to suggestions....
i just hate when nigc turns into a public forum for diarrhea of the
mouth......
(ok..i'll shutup and go wipe)

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hey there!  i need some help...unfortunately with all of the mail i get
from this list every day, it is starting to make my company's system back
up.  i need to know how to get off of this list asap!  i do appreciate
everyone while it lasted though!  i would appreciate any help!  thanks!
kristi

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when i agreed with jill i wasn't saying we should have *lots* of nigc! i
just think that some is ok..it's true we could go elsewhere and discuss
those things with other ppl, but i for one, like dicussing these things
with ppl that i know...we've already got liking the girls in common..i
think it's nice to see what else we have in common! ok i'm not going to
say too much more on this! :)

lamia

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reply-to:     cybernot <cybernot@uscom.com>
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a couple of points here, (imho)

1) if you see nigc in the subject header and you're not interested, hit
delete. think of all the calories you'll burn just with this list alone!

2) if you get too much mail, subscribe to the digest version.  see the
faq for instructions on how to do that.

3) oops! there is still a ton of nigc in the digest version you say??
well scroll down past it. it only takes a couple of seconds and this may
even qualify as an anaerobic exercise.

4) still not good enough?? try the news only list, it's free but you
won't burn as many delete calories.

always remember that:
* you have to get thru a ton of crap to get to the good things in life,
*and* on this list.
* on a list this large, people will always agree to disagree about
everything and anything seen here.
* sharing is fun, especially when you find something you can relate to,
so be patient when other people need to share what is important to them.

that's just my philosophy, your mileage may vary.

smoochies,
cybernot,
who doesn't understand why some people never catch on........

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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 15:15:31 -0400
reply-to:     sejarez' disciple <js_carri@alcor.concordia.ca>
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bonjour!
can someone tell me the ***email*** addy to send messages to michelle
malone? thanks a lot!

and jill, the one that has been outed in print, (you made me laugh
girl ;) what does that mean, solipsistic? (you used a too complicated word
for my french brain!)

see ya!

july ;)

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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 14:25:21 -0500
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anyone remeber that yahoo addy to find maps ?
ya know..you put in the..i am here
and want to  go to there
and it draws ya maps and tells you how to drive it???

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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 15:34:50 -0400
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so, to anyone who may have been studying my behavior, i always post by
group of two ;) (and thats 2 nigc, but apparently, that doesnt
bother too many of you...)

i just read this in my anthropology book, and, well,i thought it was
funny. (and yeah, interesting)
(yep, of course, i asked the permission of the author...;p
~~~~~~~~
meat's high status in western societies, [nick fiddes] argues, is due to
the fact that meat "tangibly represents human control of the natural
world. consuming the muscle flesh of other highly evolved animals is a
potent statement of our supreme power". (...)
as a result, vegetarianism (...) rejects the premise that human
beings should dominate nature. fiddes suggest that the decline of meat
consumption and growing popularity of vegetarianism in western countries
in recent years constitutes a symbolic rejection not only of meat eating,
but of "the masculine world view that ubiquitously perceives, values, and
legitimate hierarchical domination of nature, of women, and of other men,
and, as its corollary, devalues less domineering modes of interaction
between humans and the rest of nature."
~~~~~~~~

yeah, so am i a lesbian because i am a vegetarian or am i a vegetarian cuz
i'm a lesbian? ;p  hmmmmm.....

july ;)

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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 14:21:46 -0600
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because some of us can't handle the volume and end up with messages like
this:
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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 16:39:44 edt
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hello!
      okay, i live in atlanta and will see michelle.  i am willing to collect
anything you'd like to donate for her birthday.  i know that there's not much
time between now and may 9, but if anyone who's interested wants to send a
check as soon as tomorrow, i don't mind organising it and making sure she gets
it all... i think it sounds wonderful, because medical expenses are large... i
think she'd really appreciate the birthday gift.  it works on the ig list for
the grils' birthdays and it could work here.  so, i'll just go ahead and say
that if you want to individually send her something, send it to her p.o. box.
if you want to contribute to a large list donation, please send it to me at
the following address.  if you want to send a card, do it.  i'll make sure she
gets whatever you send, but i'm going to put all the money together and give
her one big check, so if you send a sealed card, make sure that the money's
separate!  just write the check to me and i'll add them all up and give it to
her.  i guess that's all.  if you all send $5, we could raise a small fortune
by next week! =)  if you all sent $10, well, that's even better.  even $1
would be great.  i think she'd love the thought.  please send a note to remind
me what the money's for.  thanks, sarah

sarah wiegmann
3199 fern dr.
tucker, ga
30084

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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 17:53:58 -0400
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the difference is, yale, specifically president levin and the college
council is footing a $50,000 bill so that the yale community can have a
free show for spring fling. a reward after the beat us into the ground for
two semesters. i think it's a valid distinction.
jasmine

at 10:25 pm 4/22/98 -0400, you wrote:
>what is the difference between ig playing an all women festival and ig
>playing a yale only festival? either way, fans get turned away.  its an
>exclusive event. ... i think that
>the article suggested that they were worried about a grateful dead type
>following showing up, but not even the ct fans can get in to this one
>without an in at yale...


~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
come visit me at
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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 17:53:54 edt
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hey kind friends!
  hi!  i've been on the list all of this year and this is my first post ever!!
i've finally peeked out of my shell to intoduce myself.  :)  i absolutely
adore the indigo girls <sigh>  im only a high school senior but their music
has helped me all the way through.  i was fortunate enough to see them for the
first time live last spring at the mann music center in pa.  all i could say
was..  "wow.."  of course it wont be my last time.. many more to come.  im
hoping to see them on the lilith tour this summer at the e-center in pa.  (if
anyone has any info on it there i'd be delighted to hear)  im going to be
attending the university of delaware next year majoring in either music
performance or music education and im just praying the girls will be back
there next year!!  a&e have totally opened me up through my life..  if it
werent for their inspirational music of life, peace, and all the worlds
controversy i would still be buggin' out trying to find myself.  this year has
been the best..i've found the love of my life and she's brought me to see life
and to slowly "come out" to all of my best friends and family.  (which totally
freaked me out for a while)  but it's all good now  :)  anyhooo.... the girls
were a big guide for me and couldnt live without them  :)  this list is great
too!!  i've gotten boots out the wazzu and love reading the posts about their
lyrics and the deep anylizations you all get so into!!  well.. i guess that's
all for now folks..  thanx for readin' if you actually made it through this
boring post of nothing.  :

peace, love, and indigo,
~chrissy~

"why do we hurtle ourselves through every inch of time and space i must say
around some corner i can sense a resting place"  es

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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 15:17:33 pdt
reply-to:     jill certo <jillyc@hotmail.com>
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karrie wrote:
>there are limits to this list and they are clearly laid out in the
>faq.
yes, but i don't believe we are flagrantly flying in the face of the faq
(alliteration, anyone?).

>the list is for us, but it is manned (my interpretation: moderated) >by
sherilyn and co.
it is moderated by sherlyn.  i don't think she has a co., but i could be
wrong (sherlyn, do you?).  and she isn't like some tyrannical dictator
whom we must please and stringently obey otherwise we'll suffer horrible
consequences.  she seems like a very laid-back, go-with-the-flow,
maybe-i'll-give-y'all-a-nudge-here-and-there kind of woman.  basically,
i believe this is an equal-power situation, as in, there isn't any huge
hierarchy or disparity of power between sherlyn and the rest of the
listees.  like, she is the appointed figurehead, but we make most of the
decisions as to the content by writing what we write.

>we post for the benefit of all on the list (ie: 900
>people) , not just the immediate circle of friends that each of us >has
>here.  how do *you* know if some listees do not have a problem with
>this?  this is a very broad assumption.

all of us bad, bad nigcers post for *everyone*, not just our list
friends.  i can't speak for them, but for myself, when i post random
stuff, it's because i think you will be interested or will think about
something i say, or laugh at it, or decide you hate me or whatever.
now, i know there is always bound to be listees who don't appreciate it
(such as yourself).  but, honestly, if they don't like it, they need to
privately let us off-the-topic-folks know, because *i* really haven't
gotten major objections (again, besides yourself), but rather, lots of
people with thanks and cyber-smiles.
assuming *everyone* has a problem with it is a very broad assumption as
well.

and for the love of god, karrie, please stop flaming me for anything and
everything i say.

in peace,
jill  (not jillian, thanks)

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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 18:24:16 edt
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in a message dated 98-04-23 16:52:30 edt, you write:

<< hello!
       okay, i live in atlanta and will see michelle.  i am willing to collect
anything you'd like to donate for her birthday. >>

i just wish she'd cash the check i sent last fall!

if you do want to send something to michelle, take advantage of sarah's offer
to collect the money: i sent my money directly to the alternate address
provided at the time and that bugger still shows up everytime i balance my
checkbook :p

on a ligher note:

happy birthday, michelle!!!

anne

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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 17:32:15 -0500
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> and for the love of god, karrie, please stop flaming me for anything and
> everything i say.
>
> in peace,
> jill  (not jillian, thanks)
>
stop it stop it stop it"she said"
"no, she said

just like being home with the kids..no wonder this list feels like home

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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 17:48:43 -0500
reply-to:     rick hodgin <foxmuldr@indy.net>
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so far i'm caught up.  everyone who's sent me cd's for the
b&jnff show has it burned.  and if you sent me two cd's, one
for each show, then i do have the b&j one finished but am
still waiting for the loms 2nd half to arrive. (i have a
stack of no less than 20 loms cds to burn when i get the
setlist finalized)

but!  if you sent me two separate packages then i've mailed the
b&j one back to you already and you should have it in a few days.
for the rest of you who sent two cds in one package you'll have
to wait a few days and i'll send them out as a batch.

also, please note that the b&j is the worst quality of the three,
so this should give you a gauge??sp?? as to how good the other
two are! :)

happy listening!

  *^*^*^*^*
*   _o_   *
*  / | \  *  rick
*  _/ \_  *
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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 16:05:07 -0500
reply-to:     wendy gillespie <wendyg@companet.net>
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maybe you don't care...maybe you'll smile:)

i went to a small high school and which lacked cool people to make my
friends.  everytime i hear the part of love's recovery (go ahead and sing as
you read, i always do) that talks about that sort of adolescence:

during the time of which i speak, it was hard to turn the other cheek to the
blows of insecurity (were any of us ever cool enough to give a ring to our
first love and it go over well?).  feeding the cancer of my intellect...the
blood of love soon neglected...meanwhile our friends we though were so
together they've all gone and left each other in search of fairer
weather...there i am in younger days (even college), star gazing (what else
is there to do in the country of lawrence county, al?).  painting picture
perfect maps of how my life and love would be (not that i have
stopped)...not counting the unmarked paths of misdirection, my compass,
faith in love's perfection (please tell me there is such a thing).  i missed
ten million miles of road i should have seen (couldn't this refer to the
foreign studies fliers i throw into the trash and the car payments that
would have bought me plane and bus tickets?)

anyway,  this is a selection from a wide variety of my favorite lyrics.  i
hope your memories mean as much to you as your dreams.


wendy
...to let this love survive would be the greatest gift we could give...emily
saliers

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karrie said:
> any comments can be sent to me via private mail.  no need to clog up
> bandwidth for this....  :)
>

maybe i'm going to get a lot of flames for this.  maybe i'm not.  but i
deliberately didn't reply via private mail.  why?  because i think this is
-precisely- the kind of thiong that ought to be clogging bandwidth.  -i-
much prefer it to another set list or concert review.  yes, the former are
more igc.  but at the same time, this is the kind of thing -- discussions
about things that are relevant to the -list-.  what is nigc and what isn't
is ambiguous.  is a typed-up review of a cd the ig have a track and a
one-line mention? well,
sort of.  is a post about, say, the latest rally regarding the chiapas?
well, sort of.  is a post regarding gay rights?  well, sort of.  and
i've seen all three.

i've been on this list only since i went to my first ig concert last
january.  am i still a newbie by list standards?  ayup.  but i think that
the discussion surrounding what is and isn't okay to post is absolutely
worth a post to the whole list.  this is the kind of dialogue that the net
makes possible.  i'm going to resist the urge to continue to preach about
what the net can do and how self-defining debates are some of the most
important -- if anyone wants to hear them, post to the list and let me
know.

no, i'm not saying that posts answering, say, "when do tickets for xxx" go
on sale should go to the list.  but debates, serious discussions -- all
the way!

--ariel, who has never gotten so much mail and has never been so glad to
get it.
http://weber.u.washington.edu/~bean/
"[many] are the warnings
that you must forget
if you're climbing out of yourself.
if you're going to smash into the sky."
        --anne sexton

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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 21:28:49 -0400
reply-to:     kerri s hannan <kerri@grove.ufl.edu>
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subject:      songs not released on ig cd
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hi there, i am wondering if anyone out there knows of a website that has a
list of all songs not released on major cds by the ig (ex. squeaky fromme,
or finlandia, etc..all the hard to get songs)  i am interested in
compiling all the songs they have recorded (either on boots or on promo
cds or anyplace else) that are not common...can people help me out, give
me some ideas of a total list or some locations to find hard to find
recordings?  thanks


kerri hannan
gainesville, fl

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date:         fri, 24 apr 1998 12:12:00 +1000
reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
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hey folks,

okey-doke.  lots of mail.  i'm going to condense, collate, skim, and
try to address as much as i can... and i'm in a hurry so hopefully
it'll make some sort of coherent sense...

to begin at the beginning, jill certo first:
>okay, so i'm thinking about this nigc thing.  how we are being asked to
>cut down on the nigc because it's not what the list is for.  but think a
>minute about the very structure of this list:  it is *our* list, for us
>listees.  we essentially determine the content by posting what we post,

well.  it's your (our) list, certainly.  but first and foremost, this list
is intended for discussion of the music of the indigo girls.  that's why
i'm here, and i bet that's why all of you joined too.  sure, the list also
happens to be a great place to make friends and meet like-minded people.
but, discussion of the music of amy and emily is and will always be its
main purpose.

now, i don't believe that there's anybody here who's fool enough to say
that nigc shouldn't be a part of this list.  this list is a community, and
nigc is part of what makes this community what it is - and at its best, it
can be a pretty damn special place.  but.  i believe that when sending nigc
to the list, discretion should be applied.

of course, it's never a black and white issue.  some nigc is more relevant
than other nigc (eg a post about michelle malone is way more relevant than
a post about my stupid cat).  some nigc is not directly ig-related, but
will still be of interest to the list at large.  etc, etc, etc.  but i
think it's important to not overstep.  have a think about the posting
guidelines, for starters - that's what they're there for.  and have a think
about the fact that there are 800+ people on this list, from all around
the world, from all sorts of religions and lifestyles and so on...

lecture mode off, and back to jill again:
>all of us have real lives outside of the indigo girls and this list, and
>we may often need some input, suggestions, or a captive audience for
>something.  or we just might want to share news with folks whose words

okay, time out for a second here.  this list is *not* intended to be
anyone's captive audience, for anything.  it's not a place to air out your
private life, just because you can.  sure, people have gotten help here
with information, or term papers, or travel arrangements (hello everyone i
met in '94 and '96), and that's cool.  but please don't think, "i'm an
indigo girls fan and i'll post about anything i want!"  that's not the
intent of this list.  (and yes, i know there are exceptions, there are
always exceptions.  i'm speaking in general terms here.)

skimming ahead, to rick hodgin:
>that guy who recently asked for the donations to upgrade smoe.org told me
>there are only ~180 subscribers to ig list.  jewel's list is the biggest,
>but most of the lists that smoe.org maintains are about ig list size.

the news-only list, which lives at the most wonderful smoe, has around 185
subscribers right now.  this list, which lives at netspace, has just over
800, of whom i'd say around 60% or possibly even more are complete lurkers.

onwards, onwards, to cybernot:
>3) oops! there is still a ton of nigc in the digest version you say??
>well scroll down past it. it only takes a couple of seconds and this may
>even qualify as an anaerobic exercise.

however, not everybody uses graphical interfaces or have quick connections.
please be considerate of people with slow connections, or slow computers,
or who use text-based email programs, or who have limited mailbox space
or limited time to read their email, etc etc etc...

>* sharing is fun, especially when you find something you can relate to,
>so be patient when other people need to share what is important to them.

sure, sharing is fun and it's part of what makes this list a community.
however, all i'm saying is that there should be limits.  for example, i'll
share that i'm about to rush out to go to my graduation.  but i'm not going
to write an essay about it and post it to the list when i come back (bad
example but give me a break, i'm a bit harried here)... the limit lies
somewhere in between.

oh, man, look at the time.  that's going to have to be it for now, and i
hope that explains where i'm coming from.  probably not, i think it's a
bit incoherent at the end there.  sorry.  gotta run...

sherlyn
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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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in a message dated 98-04-23 21:12:56 edt, you write:

<< but i
deliberately didn't reply via private mail.  why?  because i think this is
-precisely- the kind of thiong that ought to be clogging bandwidth.  -i-
much prefer it to another set list or concert review.  >>

umm.  no.  the list was set up specifically for set lists, etc.  as for the
comment about what is nigc and what is igc... it's not ambiguous... actually
it's fairly cut-and-dried.  anything that directly includes amy and/or emily
is igc.  anything that includes a cause or something which a and/or e support
is sigc.  everything else is nigc.  that seems, to me, fairly clear.

and, as long as i'm pointing things out... this nigc thing is very nigc.

and by the way... for the benefit of those who feel that i flame everyone
whose opinion i don't like... i'm not flaming... i'm expressing my opinion.
if my opinion is a flame to you, then what must yours be to me?

peace, harmony and indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
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i'm so used to hitting the delete key lately that i just freakin'
deleted a message about sunday's carlisle show -- just as i pushed the
button, i saw the word "carlisle" flash across my screen. piss!
so now i ask...has any conclusion as to a meeting time/place been
reached?!  anyone who might be familiar with the college and/or the
surrounding area...any suggestions?!  it's comin' down to the wire
now...3 days, man! yeaaaahhhh!

bethany :)

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let me just say for the umpteenth time since she's taken over that i agree
wholeheartedly with sherlyn.  if we all just use discretion then i think
we'll be all good.  i've met many womderful people through this list, and
yes in real life or private email we talk about things other than igc, yet
let's not flood everyone's mailbox with more than a few messages on any
given topic.

i also know that i would be a lot less grouchy about nigc stuff if more
people were more considerate about things like excessive quoting and
signatures and stuff...but that's just my opinion.

anyways, to talk about more...ig related stuff...anyone wanna hear about
the time i almost ran amy over while she was jogging?  that was cool... ;)

love,
darren

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just to say it again, you can order tame yourself through the web (or
print out a snail mail order) at vegan action's web page. they've got
lots of other cool stuff too. the album is very inexpensive (i only paid
$2 for a cassette). if anyone needs me to give them the addy or get other
info about it for them, drop me a note.
-sam (the calculus chica)

> on thu, 23 apr 1998, sanawike wrote:
>
> > are the kristen hall and tame yourself albums on tape or cd?  thanks, sarah
> >

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i'm coming out of the closet, and admitting that i'm more than casually
interested in the personal lives of amy & emily. i admire val for having the
honesty to publicly admit she was curious about amy & cooper. i think that
in listee land there are more than a few who would like to talk about just a
little bit more than their music, albeit, not in a public forum.
personally, i'd like to go on record offering my first born for some a&e
inside info. any takers?

if i burn in hell for this post, so be it!

peace + love,
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hello happy nicgers--might as well start with some nigc as it seems to be
the in thing to do these days.  i know there are many dar fans out there.
just came across this tidbit of info:

>conan o'brien show:
>tu 4/28 shelley long, pete seeger and dar williams

so tune in next tuesday to see dar on tv.  i am psyched for her!  i believe
conan is on at 12:30 am est on nbc for the late night tv impaired.

onto the nicg discussion briefly.  this debate has occurred numerous times
over the last 4-5 years on the list.  i used to be rather vocal about how
nigc topics on the list got out of hand and how it should be cut down etc.
some old threads to give you an idea of how bad it got (these are real
threads that have occurred here)--a)hey i just got dumped, i need help from
the list because i have no friends or b)emily drives a porsche-true or
false or c) the ever famous astrology thread--500 posts of everyone stating
their sign and d)the jill sobule thread--50 posts after some one asked who
sang i kissed a girl.  these are really inappropriate for discussion on
this list.  i think we can all agree on that.
        the thing i believe most nigc lovers miss is that they feel nobody
minds the nigc posts.  but recall that only 30-40 folks are regular
posters.  the other several hundred are lurkers and so no one really knows
if they are ok with all the nigc so no one should be saying things like
this is "our" list based on what like 5% of folks post about.  it may/may
not annoy others on the list who just choose not to speak up.
        finally, in defense of nigc posters, there is a very simple
alternative to bitching about nigc.  the news list at smoe is very cool.  i
was on it for awhile and it is definitely news only.  some days there are
*gasp* no posts from the news list.  it's a great way to stay in touch
without all the nigc sifting.  that is why sherlyn the goddess (how are you
wifey?) got it together.  so there really shouldn't be any complaints about
nigc anymore.  i still think that there is way too much nigc here (don't
worry pooh--i promise not to go into detail about the groping that went on
between these two guys i saw out last night).  :)  however, cries to cut
back on nigc have always fallen on deaf ears so no use getting undie
bundled about it.  go to the news list when nigc gets out of hand.  if you
like nigc stay here--it'll always be here whether it is right or wrong.

and finally--the aids ride donation deadline is coming soon.  anyone who is
still interested in helping out please email me.  anyone who has already
donated--thank you so much!  i've already received over $400 from the list
alone.  those who have already contacted me and haven't yet
contributed--thanks and there's still time!

l8er

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help !!!!!!  i am trying to find out how to get tickets for the yale show
on the 25th. if anyone can send me the info, it would be greatly
appreciated.
all with hope,
mindy

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10:27 pm et 04/23/98

abc decides to end 'ellen' tv show


            by bob tourtellotte
            los angeles (reuters) - the abc television network has
decided not to renew the controversial tv show ''ellen'' almost
one year after the lead character, played by comedian ellen
degeneres, came out as a lesbian.
            abc spokeswoman heidi trotta thursday declined to give a
reason for the move, but the show about a group of los angeles
friends has struggled in the ratings since degeneres, a lesbian,
acknowledged that fact through her character -- also named ellen
-- in an april 30 episode last year.    since then the program
has often pursued lesbian-focused story lines, the first prime
time show to do so.
            the move prompted waves of protests last year from
conservative groups who complained that it was an attack on
family values. but it brought cheers from the gay and lesbian
community.
            ''it seems obvious to say we are very disappointed,'' said
joan garry, the los angeles-based executive director of the gay
& lesbian alliance against defamation. ''but the important thing
to note is that 1997 will be remembered as an historic year for
the gay community.''
            ''ellen'' first aired five years ago under the name ''these
friends of mine,'' as one of the many shows spurred into
production by the enormous success of nbc's ''seinfeld'' which
was billed as a show about nothing in particular.
            but ''these friends'' was not able to find a focused story
line, and viewership suffered. it re-surfaced under the name
''ellen'' and slowly built a loyal audience, but never really
scored big ratings or brought in huge revenues from advertising.
            last year, amid huge fanfare, degeneres' ''ellen'' came out
of the closet. at the time, the show's star and its producers
believed the decision would help its main character find the
focus the show lacked.
            but ratings have continued to remain lackluster and recently
abc pulled the episode from its 9:30 p.m. wednesday night time
slot after the hit show ''drew carey,'' replacing it with ''two
guys, a girl and a pizza place''.
            ''two guys'' has become the top-rated mid-season
replacement, pulling a 10.1 rating and 16 share of the market in
total homes and among adults 18-49 with a 7.8 rating and 20
share, according to figures in trade newspaper daily variety.
            moreover, it has retained 82 percent of the
18-to-49-year-old adult viewers from ''carey'' compared to
''ellen'' which averaged a 77 percent retention but dropped to
69 percent in january.

^reuters@

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subject:      nigc:  librarians

hey all....sorry to post this here but...
i could use some help.
i'm filling out my application for graduate school to
enter a library science/information program & it's due next week.

i have to answer some questions in an essay, & i really want to enter
this program
& i'd like to give them what they're looking for.

so if anyone has pointers email me privately &
i'll email you some questions...there's only about 5 or 6.....
any tips would be greatly appreciated!

thanks bunches.
jami
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darren glass wrote:

> anyways, to talk about more...ig related stuff...anyone wanna hear about
> the time i almost ran amy over while she was jogging?  that was cool... ;)

yes, please!  :-)

-kate

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my past experiences with doctors and sexual diversity has been very
positive! i had to see a doctor for depression (just a regular md) and then
again
for a bad virus, and she not only asked me my sexual orientation, but
explained
that she did ask because she wanted to find out how much i was at risk for
someday getting cervical cancer and the like, and then proceeded to treat
me justd
as well (no pun intended) as she had been.
     so, debbie, no bad vibes here, and i *hate* going to the doctor,
all those weird gadgets and such...
    peace,
           sharoane

> i'm not a doctor yet, but in 2 years, goddess willing, i'll have one of
> those dreaded "md"s next to my name....  i _know_ that those posts about
> the medical community were meant to find fault with the statistics, not
> to over-generalize about doctors.  i just felt a bad vibe there (and
> believe me, this isn't the _only_ place i've felt ashamed to admit that
> i'm entering a profession whose members are generally seen as judgmental
> and unapproachable...) and thought i'd share with you that we're not all
> like that.

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i personally joined this list to be around other ig fans, who i found that
no matter what different backgrounds we came from, had a lot in common.
   as someone suggested on another list i'm on, if you don't like it, try
using "delete". we put nigc on the posts for a reason. i don't mean to
sound snippy, but my patience grows thin with people who think that the
only posts that should be allowed are the ones that they feel are
interesting. (i do not mean sherlyn here--it's her job to moderate and we
can only plead our cases to her, not complain, she does a great job)there
are lots of people on this lists, yes, and we all have different ideas of
what belongs on this list. i personally only stay quiet about the ton of
ani posts we get because my gf loves ani and we met at one of her concerts.
  i vote for nigc...
     peace,
          sharoane

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> i personally joined this list to discuss my favorite musical artist, the
> indigo girls.  as a straight conservative, no, i really don't have a lot
> in common with what seems to be the majority of this list (but that's
> the reason i love ig--they reach a broad audience).  subjects like safe
> lesbian sex (to use a recent example) do not interest me at all.  nigc
> is bound to arise, but it should only be when necessary.  while you
> might feel a bond of friendship with the 40-50 regular posters on the
> list, there are about 900 more of us that have to read your posts.

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hi y'all,

word here is that the new mexico lilith fair is happening on june 29th.
it will be held at the bernalillo wine festival grounds (this is just
north of albuquerque).  tickets go on sale may 2nd through
ticketmaster.  i checked the ticketmaster web page and it is not listed
yet, but the local radio station announced ticket info yesterday.

i am assuming that the tickets are general admission, but since i
haven't been to lilith before i could be wrong.  how do the tickets
work?  is it one price for te whole event? or do you pay separately for
what you want to see?  any info from a lilith veteran would be greatly
appreciated.

thanks,
cynthia

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date:         fri, 24 apr 1998 12:44:08 -0400
reply-to:     sharon parker/kirsten shonle <isis1@megalink.net>
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from:         sharon parker/kirsten shonle <isis1@megalink.net>
subject:      re: (no subject)
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at the risk of sounding like i'm trying to censor your unique style...it's
hard to understand because the first time around there weren't enough facts
and *ahem* your grammer style is hard for some of us who aren't familiar
with it.
       peace,
        sharoane

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> from: mark anthony donajkowski <madonajk@alpha.delta.edu>
> to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
> subject: re: (no subject)
> date: thursday, april 23, 1998 12:30 pm
>
> what part didnt you un\derstand
> 1 i post cds to the list from a list im o
> 2 folks write me asing about the cds iee buying them if im selling them
> etc
> 3 i include the guys email each and every time and still folks write me
> asking to buy them dont write me write the guy whose selling them whose
> email addy i include with each posting
>
>
>
>
> on thu, 23 apr 1998, justin wrote:
>
> > >folks why is it every time i post sometong from the cd list im on
thatys
> > >for sale that the list would be itnrested in i get folks writing me
about
> > >it i include the guys email address for folks to write him at and yet
> > >every time they write me its on cd write the ugy whose email appears
with
> > >the post
> >
> > ummm...what?
> >
> > justin
> >
> >
> >
>
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date:         fri, 24 apr 1998 12:49:33 -0400
reply-to:     sharon parker/kirsten shonle <isis1@megalink.net>
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subject:      re: all this nigc-- why not?
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in that case...as i used to have a crappy school account that did the same
thing...either check it more often, use a hotmail account, or go to news
only...

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> from: garian arleta vigil <vigil@ucsu.colorado.edu>
> to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
> subject: re: all this nigc-- why not?
> date: thursday, april 23, 1998 4:21 pm
>
> because some of us can't handle the volume and end up with messages like
> this:
>             !!!! warning !!!!
>
>         you are over your soft quota on the user disk.
>         your grace period expires thu apr 30 14:12:01 1998.
>
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from:         sharon parker/kirsten shonle <isis1@megalink.net>
subject:      re: curiousity didn't kill the cat
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since i was a person who emailed val with a very friendly suggestion to
watch the personal questions, i want to address this.
   i think we need to be respectful of a and e's personal lives. just
because something about them got printed in an article or interview didn't
mean that they wanted it there. let's say that the interviewer for the
curve article had inside info on amy and cooper's breakup and asked a
question, and amy didn't want to be combative, so answered it.  the point
is, i read an article that i'll find and post for you all that mentions
this very emailing list and how a and e feel uncomfortable knowing that we
are all here discussing them every day...and how they feel about their
personal lives being made public...and if you don't know that from the
songs "fugitive" and "burn all the letters"...well...
   anyway, this wasn't intended as a flame.  i used to burn with the desire
to know everything about a and e, but i've since learned that i can be
happy with the music!
   peace,
             sharoane

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> i'm coming out of the closet, and admitting that i'm more than casually
> interested in the personal lives of amy & emily. i admire val for having
the
> honesty to publicly admit she was curious about amy & cooper. i think
that
> in listee land there are more than a few who would like to talk about
just a
> little bit more than their music, albeit, not in a public forum.
> personally, i'd like to go on record offering my first born for some a&e
> inside info. any takers?
>
> if i burn in hell for this post, so be it!
>
> peace + love,
> barbara
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hey all
i have 2 extra dickinson tix, i know its kinda short notice, but anyone
interested lemme know. i just want what i paid for em (i dont even remember
but it was like 25 bones or something)  i will be picking them up from the
will call window so whoever wants em can get em then...but i need to get rid
of them !!!!!!!

ok so when is everyone getting there ?????????  i had to scream that cause no
one seems to know.   i will prolly be walking around with a sign on me that
says "i am an indigo girls fan with no friends"  so if anyone wants to say
"hey sasha come stand with us" that would be cool.   as for identifying people
how bout just yelling hey who's on the list ???? whatever, i need a nap.

peace
sasha

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date:         fri, 24 apr 1998 10:11:37 -0700
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barbara wrote:

> i'm coming out of the closet, and admitting that i'm more than casually
> interested in the personal lives of amy & emily. i admire val for having the
> honesty to publicly admit she was curious about amy & cooper. i think that
> in listee land there are more than a few who would like to talk about just a
> little bit more than their music, albeit, not in a public forum.
> personally, i'd like to go on record offering my first born for some a&e
> inside info. any takers?

i dunno about this.  because amy and emily have said specifically that they
don't want their private lives discussed on the internet (and in the faq,
there's a quote from amy actually talking about this mailing list and how it's
cool but she worries people will discuss her personal life), i tend to shy away
from any posts asking for personal information.  this goes for the ng, too, to
which i have a been a subsciber for a few years now.

i got majorly flamed and i almost quit the group (now i hardly post there
anymore) for asking whether "cut it out" was about ani (this was last year and i
had heard somewhere that amy and ani were dating -- isn't it nice how if a
lesbian has a friend who happens to be a woman, everyone assumes they're
dating?  grrr).  someone then informed me that "hey kind friend" was about ani
and "cut it out" and "don't give that girl a gun" were about cooper.  we caught
all kinds of hell for that, even though amy has stated such in interviews.

i'm curious, too -- i think that's natural -- but seeing as how emily and amy
specifically said they didn't want their private lives discussed, i would like
to see their wishes respected by their fans.  because if we don't respect their
wishes, who will?

-kate

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date:         fri, 24 apr 1998 13:18:26 -0400
reply-to:     darren glass <glassd@math.upenn.edu>
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um...there's really not much more to it than what i already said.
amy was jogging near her place in atlanta (and i guess posting that street
would be invading her privacy...not that the atlanta journal-constitution
didn't print emily's address once...) and i was driving along, and she
jogged in front of my car, not seeing me.  i honked, and then realized who
it was, so just drve on my merry little way thinking "hee hee...i could
have just killed an indigo girl".

i've also sold amy comic books (frank miller's give me liberty to be
specific), and i was taught calculus by her cousin.  and lest she think i
was stalking her, i've also talked to her a couple times.

all this, and i've never had a personal encounter with emily,

darren, who really doesn't mind the level of nigc we normally get, but was
just unhappy with the suggestion that we should encourage even more, and
that it never gets excessive...

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date:         fri, 24 apr 1998 10:27:26 pdt
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from:         adia difranco <saliers_ray@hotmail.com>
subject:      tia texada (the lilith talent search la winner)
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ok so, i'm watching vh1 women first the way i do every day, hoping to
catch something on lilith, sarah, the girls...and the whole thing was on
lilith! so of course i start freaking out and run for my sarah video
tape and pop it in so i can start taping! i'm so excited i'm screaming
and dancing around!
  i stayed estatic almost through the whole thing, until they started
showing the la open auditions! when they were talking to the women i was
like, wow..they're all in their 30s..they all look really professional,
they all seem really really good! which all that was still good,
although they didn't let us hear any of their preformances, they did let
us see them. then they started talking to the girl who won. i'm thinking
"she looks familiar, why does she look familiar?" when they said she's
an actress i finally figured out who she is! she was on that aaron
spelling evening soap malibu shores. the one they created so his son
could have a show or whatever...
i find it angering and a bit depressing...the chick didn't even play an
instrument!
  i thought she sounded a bit like jewel..i dunno maybe i shouldn't be
down on her just cuz she was in a tv show and all those teen magazines
and everything...obviously at 22 or however old she is she understands
the struggle that those other seasoned musicians go through? :p :(
don't flame me for this or anything i just find it extremely
depressing...oh well..that's all i'm done

lamia


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date:         fri, 24 apr 1998 13:32:08 edt
reply-to:     jill chambers <hsoows@hotmail.com>
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sorry to post this cuz i'm sure that it doesn't apply to most of you,
but someone wrote to me and asked for directions to dickenson from
baltimore (on 83) and i'd like to send them to you, but i forget who you
are.  so if it's *you* i'm referring to, please email me and i'll get
you those directions right quick :) thank you very muchly :)
jill

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date:         fri, 24 apr 1998 12:46:03 -0500
reply-to:     rick hodgin <foxmuldr@indy.net>
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>if we all just use discretion then i think we'll be all good.

what was it that happened that sparked this whole discussion?
the only nigc "crap" i've seen come through were those jokes
and "humorous" stuff like that which really has no place on
*any* list, let alone ours.

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date:         fri, 24 apr 1998 13:42:40 -0400
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subject:      re: all this nigc-- why not?
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hey jill i agree...it renews my faith in human kind to read the thoughts of
this very diverse group of people. i know we are all ig fans or we wouldn't
be on the list...but i find we share a lot more than just a love of ig
music. and as one of th old codgers on the list..it keeps me in touch with
you young'uns
as long as there is nigc  in the subject..its easy to delete without even
opening( if yer curiosity doesn't get the best of you)
marilyn

"free your mind and your ass will follow" (funkadelic)

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date:         fri, 24 apr 1998 09:36:11 -0700
reply-to:     "katherine e. orr" <katy@seas.stanford.edu>
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from:         "katherine e. orr" <katy@seas.stanford.edu>
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could somebody please email me about how to get off this list and on to
the news only list.  it would be much appreciated.

thanks,
katherine

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date:         fri, 24 apr 1998 11:13:03 -0700
reply-to:     amanda <biodb8er@rocketmail.com>
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ok....  i'm hoping more than the australians will
read this but whatever.

i'm listening to the feb 26th state theatre, sydney
australia boot (yay!  i finally get to be a branch!)
and it's very good and.... does anyone else notice
how nice they are when ig are playing?  the boot's
slightly fuzzy (though not much if you ask me) and
yeah we have the few random fans screaming but...
they only do it between songs and when amy sings
romeo and juliet you can hear... amy...  yes i know
we've discussed if rj is sing along or not, that's
not my point.

my point is merely a cultural observation on how nice
all those australians are.

maybe it's the lack of concerts.  maybe they don't
feel like they own the ig.  maybe i'm totally wrong.
maybe i'm just shooting my mouth off.  in any case,
i'm eagerly awaiting your flames.

amanda

ps anyone else find it stupid we're wasting our nicg
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date:         fri, 24 apr 1998 14:18:45 edt
reply-to:     gi troop <gitroop@aol.com>
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in a message dated 4/24/98 12:59:02 pm central daylight time,
kmulhern@scenicsoft.com writes:

<< indigo-girls@netspace.org >>
  ya, i learned at this past show that their privacy definately needs some
respect.  end of story.

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reply-to:     carol ann <chickenwomyn@hotmail.com>
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it was soooo bizarre today in my dining hall.  i was getting myself a
grilled cheese sandwich, when i thought i was crazy & hearing least
complicated.  well, i eventually decided i *wasn't* crazy & somebody
*was* singing lc.  it turns out it was some people i know (but i didn't
know them all....).  so i *had* to sit with them & join the sing-along.
it was just crazy...we started singing louder...i was singing lc in my
dining hall!!  we even did the pert in the live version on 1200--that
hand clapping "everybody now!!"  then we broke into galileo, and i even
noticed some other competely unrelated people joining in.  this is very
bizarre...maybe not for other people, but its sure never happened here
before.  of course i was starting to complain about how i can't sing an
emily song to save my life.  i just can't do them in tune.  but they
were all getting ready to go...i couldn't decide what amy song to sing
anyway (someone tried to start welcome me, but it didn't go).  my dining
hall is just getting cooler & cooler....

love,
  ~carol~

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date:         fri, 24 apr 1998 14:33:05 -0400
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hi y'all!

i was wondering if anyone went to the voters for choice benefit in dallas?
i want to hear all about it because i am really into the pro-choice
movement.  of course, i also want to hear about the actual show
(setlist!), but also, what was said, and did they give out any information
or anything?

thanks a lot!  happy friday!

:-) karen

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date:         fri, 24 apr 1998 14:38:37 edt
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i just recently recieved a boot that had the girls singing "american tune".
it just blew me away!  i cant stop listening to it and now i have a few
questions about it.

did one of the girls write this song?  is it a cover?  on the boot i have they
dont give credit to anyone....including themselves.  i have never heard this
song before and just want to know about it.  thanks for all of your help.

marcy

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in a message dated 98-04-24 14:01:29 edt, you write:

<< i've also sold amy comic books (frank miller's give me liberty to be
specific), and i was taught calculus by her cousin.  and lest she think i
was stalking her, i've also talked to her a couple times.
  >>
hey darren,

at the show here in dallas last night, amy was wearing a t-shirt that said, i
think, give me liberty, but the picture looked like a native american.  does
that fit?  i don't know that book and was trying to figure out what her shirt
was about (as i leaned with my elbows on the stage listening to sys!!!)  great
show, btw.  i have a set list, but i think someone else is posting it, so the
list can remain on my dresser under the gotm guitar pick.  did i mention that
sulli is a goddess in her own time?  shawn colvin (visibly preggers and
beeyoootiful), nanci griffith, and graham nash ( who told a story about living
with/breaking up with joni mitchell!!!) were also amazing, but naturally it
was ig that rocked the place.  didn't mean to do a review...

peace, y'all,

pam

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hey, i'm planning on going to the nashville river stages to see ig and others
and i was wondering how early i should get to their stage before their show in
order to get a good spot.  i won't be able to just hang out there all day for
two reasons.  1.  others will be playing there all day, and 2.  i want to see
other people on other stages.  so what is ya'lls advice as to how soon before
the show i should arrive.  i think there's like a 45 min break between them
and shawn colvin, the one before them.

and about that nigc stuff, i was happy the way it was, if someone doesn't want
to read nigc, just delete it, thats what i always do.

nicole.

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on fri, 24 apr 1998, carol ann wrote:
> it was soooo bizarre today in my dining hall.

   >-snip-<

   man, i hate going to a technical college.  i've met exactly three
people who have even heard of the indigo girls, and only one person that
remotely likes them.  (and he's on the "sarah mclachlan is a goddess"
bandwagon, that originated around may last year...)
   but that's ok, because, to quote bruce springsteen, "i got a guitar,
and i learned how to make it talk."  loud.

   darius

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make crosses from your lovers, throw roses at the rain..."
   ---bruce springsteen, "thunder road"

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>did one of the girls write this song?  is it a cover?
>
>american tune lyrics were written by paul simon. the music is js bach.
>
>
>peace,
>
>dan perkins
>austin, texas
>
>"i don't know a soul who's not been battered
>don't have a friend who feels at ease
>don't know a dream that's not been shattered
>or driven to its knees."
>               -paul simon

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date:         thu, 23 apr 1998 11:13:40 pdt
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i think that it is inevitable that we will go off on tangents. there are
many educated, inspiring, intelligent, energizing people subscribed to
this list who have a lot to say and contribute. if we ban all the nigc
posts, we will inevitably revert back into the "i heard that one of
amy's dogs has a small white spot on his left hind leg, is this true???
when is his birthday?????" or "someone told me that emily had a rainbow
sweater when she was three...do you think it was foreshadowing???? did
her parents know that early in her life????" type posts that are imho a
waste of time spent typing and time spent reading. we do have lives
outside of ig (thank god!!! :)) and it is hard to disconnect yourself
from the rest of your thoughts just to strictly focus on the ig facet of
your life. especially if they are very intertwined! while some posts
have been overdone, a little of everything doesn't hurt anyone. perhaps
some threads could be taken to private e-mail earlier but eventually,
they all die down. if you subscribe to the indigo girls list, (no matter
who you in regards to age, sex, sexual orientation...) you have to
accept that there are some things (like safer lesbian sex) that will be
brought up because it is relevent content for a lot of people here as ig
have a large lesbian following. they also have a large following of
people with similar musical interests so sometimes other artists are
praised or in some cases bashed (yikes!) publicly on the list. so i say,
take the good with the bad and perhaps consider subscribing to the
new-only list to completely cut-out of the nigc you receive.
peace,
:) cate (who went on much longer than she'd hoped for!!!)

see you at dartmouth tomorrow!!!!!!!!!

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like the trees we grow all different all around..." *sung by emily


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me too me too!!  the box office dosen't open till six pm, save me a place
too, the one with the tie die ig shirt and fish ig hat and of course a
white ribbon on the left arm!!

peace, karen

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that's true and i have heard a lot of ppl feel odd about having ppl
online discuss them everyday. i'm sure each of us would feel weird about
it if we were in their shoes! but i don't think anyone is crossing the
line by wondering about their everyday lives. i mean they are
celebrities of a sort, and i don't think we're disrespecting them by
wondering some things! :)  of course if we were disecting things, trying
to figure out really personal things such as what do they sleep in? if
we were going too far then that would be bad but i don't see how just
asking stuff about their relationships/families would be an invasion.
like it or not b/c we *are* only human we want to know these things!
  as bad as it may sound, there's no way they can avoid it...as long as
we're not discussing them in a negative way i don't see that there's
anything wrong with it, at least the way we have been doing it! we don't
want to invade their personal lives we're just curious!

lamia


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then it drags you on down"
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:::sticking neck out, hopefully it won't get lopped off:::

ok, i must say it...i imagine the reason amy and emily leave the stage to
let another artist sing a song or two is because they *like* and
*respect* them, they enjoy their music, and they hope we will too.  think
of it as an offering of sorts from the girls..."here's someone we think is
fabulous, we want them heard, we hope you'll enjoy them too"...that
certainly seems to be the message being given anyway.  i can understand if
you drove a long way and you only want to see the indigo girls, but seeing
as how they are presenting these artists with the best of intentions i am
beginning to find it more than annoying reading all the complaining
posts...ah, maybe it's just me.

amy

any and all flames will be cheerfully extinguished upon arrival in my
inbox...

:-)

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hi...

i try not to post often, but i needed to say something about discussing
someone's, personal life via a list or the internet.  about a year ago,
i made the acquaintance of a man through different readings and events
in nashville.  at the time, i did not know that this man kept an online
journal, with a popular web page (popular, i guess, if you ran in my
little circles).   he had my full name, where i worked, when and where i
went to hang out, what i wore, and where i lived (the general area) all
up on the net.  also were his feelings (which i did not know existed).
you can imagine my surprise when people i barely knew began to tell me
they had heard about me on the internet.  he finally, at my insistence,
took my name off of his page, but not before an ex-boyfriend of mine
showed up and began to leave messages on my car at work.  i had
purposely not told this guy about where i was working and where i was
living.

my point is...  i felt extremely uncomfortable knowing that this
information was available to anyone.  i think that a&e are more than
open enough about their personal life, via interviews, and their songs.
it's only natural to want to know more about them, but that is where our
own self-restraint needs to come in.

that's my little note, and i'll go back into my hole till monday..
flame away, but beware... i am in full control of my delete key!

... btw.. if you want your b-day posted, let me know!!


jo anne

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i was watching rosie o'donnell today, and the performer was gloria
estefan.  she apparently has a mailing list too, and in fact, has posted
to it, or at least has contact with it.  she invited one of her listees
to sit by her up by rosie's desk.  she was talking about how she wrote
this guy...of course people might not believe her, but she has.  she
seemed to really like her list, or a least not mind.  we don't get no
lovin'.  boo hoo

love,
  ~carol~

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adia difranco wrote:

>  i don't see how just
> asking stuff about their relationships/families would be an invasion.
> like it or not b/c we *are* only human we want to know these things!
> as bad as it may sound, there's no way they can avoid it...as long as
> we're not discussing them in a negative way i don't see that there's
> anything wrong with it, at least the way we have been doing it! we don't
> want to invade their personal lives we're just curious!

my problem is that amy and emily have specifically pointed to this list and
say they feel uncomfortable with people discussing their private lives on
said list.

"private life" means what they do when they're not up on stage, in a press
conference or making some other sort of public appearance.  it means time
spent with family, lovers, friends, dogs, etc. and imho, none of that stuff
is any of my business.  moreover, they have basically asked all of us to
refrain from that kind of conversation, and as this is a list of people who
like and respect the indigo girls, respecting their express wishes and not
discussing their private lives here is the least we can do.

they've given us so much that i think it's only fair to allow them this
courtesy of abiding their request.

then again, that's just my opinion.  i could be wrong...  ;-)

-kate

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>
>>they've given us so much that i think it's only fair to allow them this
>>courtesy of abiding their request.
>
>>then again, that's just my opinion.  i could be wrong...  ;-)
>
>>-kate
>
>
>well, you could be wrong..... but your not!
>
>this conversation comes up a lot on this list. i think it is understandable
>that folks are curious about a&e. their music is so powerful and touches so
>many of us in such a fundamental way that it is natural to wonder who these
>people are, what shapes them, their thinking, their beliefs. however,  since
>amy and emily have mentioned that they are uncomfortable with the discussion
>of their personal lives and have requested that we (listees) refrain from
>talking about their personal lives, i have to agree with kate in that it is
>the **least** we can do for them.
>
>people who become "celebrities" have a hard enough time finding any privacy
>(remember princess diana?). we don't **have** to be part of the problem. we
>can simply choose, out of respect, to stifle our curiosity and afford ig some
>privacy.
>
>just my opinion.  but then, i could be wrong....but that would make kate
>wrong, and i know she is right..... therefor i am right.. god, i love
>circular logic!
>
>
>peace,
>
>dan perkins
>austin, texas

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hi you all...

someone who went please give us less fortunate types a loooooooooong
review....please.

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hi,
      i was asked to post a set list from the voters for choice benefit in
dallas last night...
       first i must say that it was one of the most amazing experiences i have
ever had. not onlydid i get to see so many of my favorite performers , but
they were  each introduced by one of themost amazing women in our history,
gloria steinem .
      we bought the tickets not realizing that we would be in the presents of
greatness the whole night. at one point in the introductions i remember gloria
saying that this would be a night that we would tell our grand kids about..
the artists were amazing each giving a performance  from the heart and all
united in their cause (our right to choose what is best for us and our bodies,
not
some legislative body who thinks they know what is best for us).nancy
griffith, shawn colvin, gram nash and our beloved indigo girls  definitely
proved her right!!!
     rachel and i sat on the far right side and had wonderful seats to see
nancy  and shawn. at intermission fellow list member and good friend pam tells
us that there are two seats by her and her friend(paul, who is the sweetest
man in the whole world) so we went over to the far left side row d instead of
l(mind you anywhere you were you had an excellent view of the stage and the
artists)long story short  i thank god we had the opportunity to move. during
gram's performance pam tapped me on the arm and whispered that amy was back
stage watching when i looked over i not only say amy but  gloria standing next
to her with her hand on amy's shoulder.. and i was so happy in that moment
that i thought i might burst. then the girls took the stage... and my
story begins..... the first song "shame on you" had everyone singing but in
their seats. emily had to play some of  the  guitar part on the banjo and
broke a string because her guitar was not out on time but i don't think many
people noticed, she is an amazing soul. then they started their second song
"least complicated"  everyone began to, i wouldn't say rush the stage, but
that's
where everyone ended up.  rachel , pam, paul, and i stood there about eight to
ten feet from the girls as they performed.#3 "shed your skin, #4 "get out the
map",#5 "scooter boys".. and i must say emily was rather spectacular  on the
electric guitar....and amy wasn't too bad herself :-). the speaker was right
in my ear and the crowed was closing in so rachel and i went back  to our
seats for the next song "ghost",  it was beautiful.. then we had to wander
toward the stage again because of the next song "chickenman" and what can i
say about this except we were in chickenman heaven. then came "galileo" before
the girls brought everyone out to do another song together and for the life of
me i can't remember the name. pam, do you remember?  i was really caught up in
the moment and even thought i sang along and knew all the words i couldn't
tell you one of them right now.... then the grand finally "closer to fine"
with everyone and nancy singing about  philosophy and beards hanging to
knees.... it was a night i will remember forever.
after the show was over paul who talked to sulli before the girls came on, i
think it was at intermission, asked if she would give him the set list and a
pic , came over to paul  and gave him those very things.. and him being the
nice man that he is gave me and rachel one of them. he had to fight for one of
the pic's  that were tossed into the air, and won !!!  what a night!!!!! well
i
guess this has been long enough thank you for reading. i don't often post and
i guess i just got a little carried away... but then again i could have gone
on forever !!!!!!!!
  peace.....
                chris&rachel(who is at work and sick today)

if you just wanted was a set list here it is...

1"shame on you"                      6"ghost"
2"least complicated"                 7"chickenman"
3"shed your skin"                     8"galileo"
4"get out the map"                    9"peace love & understanding(this is on
the     set list)
5"ghost"                                  10"closer to fine"

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dan perkins wrote:

> >well, you could be wrong..... but your not!
> >just my opinion.  but then, i could be wrong....but that would make kate
> >wrong, and i know she is right..... therefor i am right.. god, i love
> >circular logic!

can i forward this on to my partner, out of context of course?  ;o)

-kate

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the next to last song was crosby, stills, and nash's "the children." well, i
think that's the name anyway. "teach the children well, their father's hell
will slowly go by. don't you ever ask them why..." you get the idea.
-laura

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hello-
        anyone still looking for tickets to the virginia slam concert at irving plaza, nyc?  i
have 2 tickets.  i heard it was sold out.  i don't know any better way to make the offer, so
i will respond to the first person.  to everyone else, sorry, just trying to help out.
                                                                                        -erica

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hey there,
i was checking out the lilith website and came across some "tentative" on-sale
dates.
it's a rather loooong list so i won't repost it here but if you want to check
it out for yourself go to- http://lilithfair.excite.com. and check under "tour
dates & lineups".

or you can just e-mail me and i'd be more than happy to give you the info.
just give me the dates your interested in and i'll pass the info along.

take care,
presti :)

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according to kmtt, lilith fair tickets go on sale next saturday at 9 am.
has anybody here done the camping thing at the gorge? how did it work
out? i am thinking it will be too noisy for me. what about running
water, etc?

thanks - paula

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just wanted to echo chris and rachel's post about last night's show in dallas.
i have seen the girls many times, but last night's show was the pinnacle.
even in light of the fact that it was not a "full" ig concert,  i left there
knowing i had seen them perform with an exhuberance i had never before seen!!
we indeed were in the presence of greatness, with people that have helped
shape part of political and musical history; gloria steinem and graham nash.
gloria talked about how important choice issues are, and what we can do to
help.  she also introduced each act with a little biography.  at the end of
the show, she gave each artist a yellow flower.  it was a great gesture of
thanks from her.
as for graham nash,  i grew up listening to crosby,stills,nash & young and
their various combinations, so to hear graham last night was really cool.  i
think he was surprised so many knew the words to his stuff.  if some of you
listees haven't heard c,n,s&y, i highly recommend a listen.  it would be a
dream come true to hear ig and them do "suite: judy blue eyes".  the very
thought of it boggles the mind!
shawn colvin was really on.  that woman can do rhythmic things on the guitar
that turn me green (like miss emily's finger pickin' and lead styles) and she
did a couple of her oldies.  nanci was impressive as well, but i am not
familiar with her work as a whole.
the venue was the majestic theater.  it's an old place; ornate and very
intimate.  the audience was appreciative, respectful and very planted in their
seats. you could have heard a pin drop!  that all changed when ig hit the
stage, and unbridled joy took hold of us.  people rushed the stage, and the
conservative majestic was no more!  it was dancin, singing, smiling and total
jamming from there on out.
  just thought i'd share my thoughts!
                                                             chelle {o}---:::

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hey folks -

presti said:
>i was checking out the lilith website and came across some "tentative"
on-sale
>dates.

i had to pull it off the web for the news-only list, so i may as
well post it here... if it looks funny on your screen, you might
need to switch to a fixed-width font to make view it properly.

more later...
sherlyn

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lilith fair '98 tour dates

below you will find the most current list of dates, cities, venues, and
ticket on sale dates. all the dates with an asterik are
unconfirmed on-sale dates at this point. please note that all
onsale dates are subject to change. all info on ticket prices, seating,
availability should be directed to ticketmaster, or the popular
ticketing outlet in your area. we'll also attempt to provide links to
on-line ticketing web sites. quite often ticket agencies will not have
any information about a show until it is actually on sale.

and again, please check with ticketing agents about prices, seating,
availability, etc. when the tickets go on-sale.

date            city                    venue                           on sale
june 19         portland or             civic stadium                   may 09
20              george wa               the gorge amphitheatre          may 02
21              george wa               the gorge amphitheatre          may 02
23              san francisco, ca       shoreline amphitheatre          may 02
24              san francisco, ca       shoreline amphitheatre          may 02
26              san diego               del mar fairgrounds             may 02
27              los angeles, ca rose bowl                       may 03
28              phoenix, az             blockbuster desert sky          may 02
                                                pavilion
29              albuquerque, nm new mexico wine festival        may 02
july 01         oklahoma city, ok       all sports stadium              may 01
02              bonner springs, ks      sandstone amphitheatre          may 02
04              indianapolis, in        deer creek music center may 02
05              columbus, oh            polaris amphitheatre            may 02
06              detroit, mi             pine knob music theatre may 02
07              detroit, mi             pine knob music theatre may 02
08              detroit, mi             pine knob music theatre may 02
10              rochester, ny           finger lakes performing may 09
                                                arts center
11              hartford, ct            meadows music theatre           may 09
12              saratoga springs, ny    saratoga performing             may 02
                                                arts center
13              holmdel, nj             p.n.c. bank arts center may 02
15              new york, ny            jones beach amphitheatre        may 16
16              new york, ny            jones beach amphitheatre        may 16
17              camden, nj              blockbuster-sony music          may 16
                                                entertainment center
18              columbia, md            merriweather post pavilion      may 09
19              columbia, md            merriweather post pavilion      may 09
21              virginia beach, va      get virginia beach              may 09
                                                amphitheatre
22              raleigh, nc             hardee's walnut creek           may 09
                                                amphitheatre
23              charlotte, nc           blockbuster pavilion            may 09
24              atlanta, ga             coca-cola lakewood              may 16
                                                amphitheatre
26              west palm beach, fl     sony/blockbuster coral          may 16
                                                sky amphitheatre
27              orlando, fl             central florida fairgrounds     may 16
29              houston, tx             the woodlands                   may 02
30              houston, tx             the woodlands                   may 02
31              austin, tx              south park meadows              may 16
august 01       dallas, tx              coca-cola starplex              may 16
03              nashville, tn           starwood amphitheatre           may 09*
04              st. louis, mo           riverport amphitheatre          may 16
05              chicago, il             new world music theatre may 16*
06              cleveland, oh           blossom music center            may 16
08              cincinnati, oh          riverbend music center          may 16
09              pittsburgh, pa          coca-cola star lake             may 30
                                                amphitheatre
10              hershey, pa             hershey park                    may 16*
11              mansfield, ma           great woods center              may 02*
12              mansfield, ma           great woods center              may 02*
14              ottawa, on              lansdowne park                  may 23*
15              toronto, on             molson amphitheatre             may 23*
16              toronto, on             molson amphitheatre             may 23*
17              buffalo, ny             darien lake performing          may 09*
                                                arts center
19              milwaukee, wi           marcus amphitheatre             may 02*
20              milwaukee, wi           marcus amphitheatre             may 02*
21              minneapolis, mn canterbury park         may 23*
23              denver, co              fiddlers green amphitheatre     may 23*
25              salt lake city, ut      wolf mountain                   may 23*
26              boise, id               the idaho center                may 23*
28              calgary, ab             tba                             may 30*
29              edmonton, ab            tba                             may 30*
31              vancouver, bc           thunderbird stadium             may 30*


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

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umm....i was at the vote for choice concert also....i agree, it was awesome!
to add to the fact that you saw amy backstage, i saw her up on the right side
balcony sitting next to a woman with long blonde hair....i dont know who it
was, but amy was rubbing her back....hmmm....well, anyways, just thought id
add....oh yeah, and wasnt shawn colvin so adorable?? she makes a cute little
mom-to-be....:) ok thats all i have to say....

-amber-

p.s.-i wonder if i saw you? i was up by the stage too, on the right
side.....????

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okay.....this list mail is getting waaaaayyyy too long!!!!  i'd like to keep
it, but if you only need to reply to one person, please click the "reply" icon
and not the "reply to all" icon, please. too many re:'s crowding the list.
igc is for indigo girls, right?  keep the nigc's down to a minimum.

thanks, y'all....your time is much appreciated.

~miz*

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does anyone have tabs to galileo?  i got some from the internet
and they say the opening sequence is c, gsus, f6*9, g7, g6, repeat.
it says amy is in f and emily is in c but is tuned to dadgbc.  it
goes on to say if you play in standard tuning then play it as c, g,
f, g7, g6.

i've tried playing both ways and i can't get this to sound right
at all.  does it only sound right when they're played together?
can someone help me?  :)  thanks!

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hey everyone-

i know i am going to get flamed for this, but at this point in time i
don't care.  as someone who has been on this list for several years, i
am pretty much appalled at the turn that it has taken in recent
months....  i don't mean to preach, but what the hell is going on
here???

first, we debate and debate over the privacy issue. people are saying
they want to know about amy's personal life, emily's personal life,
where they live, when they get off airplanes, what the hell they ate for
dinner. next thing you know everyone will want to know what color
underwear they wear.   never have i seen more obsessed people in my
life.  now before everyone has a major coronary and thinks i am
generalizing, i am not talking about all 800+ of us.  just the distinct
few who have demonstrated recently that their lives revolve around two
women with whom they have no personal affinity.

don't get me wrong. i consider myself a huge fan of the ig.  their music
has helped me through tough times, given me some of the greatest concert
experiences of my life, and this list has given me the opportunity to
make some of the best friends in the world. but come on people!!!  it is
none of our damn business what amy and emily do with their lives beyond
that stage.  none!!  how would you like it if someone knew every facet
of your life and broadcast it world wide?? someone who truly cares about
amy and emily and the rest of humanity would do them the small favor of
minding your own business and discussing the topic at hand....their
music!

if you want to know the inside scoop on amy's sex life, or who emily's
parents are, then you have come to the wrong place.  get over the
teenage puppy love thing.  if it is a story like "amy tells all about
the women she loves" better try to find it written in teen beat or 16
magazine, or else decide that you love jonathan taylor thomas and
satisfy your craving for superstar knowledge by reading that stuff.
this isn't the national enquirer or star either, and those topics are
off limits per the faq.

this list has always been a place for musical enrichment, intellectual
enhancement, sharing of our lives in relation to the music of the girls,
and political awareness.  it is not a place to demonstrate how infantile
we can become when our curiousity rises or our hormones rage.

well, rant over.  all flames can be sent directly to my mailbox.  if you
think i am being bitchy, you are more than likely correct.  i tend to
get miffed when people consider themselves before others, ie.  caring
about your own curiousity before you give a crap about a&e.


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hey list!

earlier in the week someone posted a rumor about the indigos being on the
simpsons this coming sunday.  does anyone know if that has been confirmed?

leslie

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                how much are the tix?

in response to the question about camping at the gorge, i would suggest
what my buddies and i did 3 years ago when we saw tom petty there:

        there are plenty of little lakes dotting the area around the
gorge.  they all have dirt or paved roads leading to them.  pick one
before the concert, then drive there and camp.  we chose to sleep in our
truck, but i'm sure you could camp, too.  there were porta potties nearby,
and it was plenty quiet.

micah

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hey anybody who gets this message i am looking for a ride to the
dickenson conert on sunday.  i am currently in the d.c. area for the
show here but i also want to go to the show in pennsylvania on sunday
and i was wondering if there was anybody who was going and had a little
extra room in their car.  if anybody does and wouldn't mind giving me
ride i can be reached at either (703) 591-8652 or (540) 731-4791.  if
you don't want to call you can e-mail me at caytwan@hotmail.com.  i
would really appreciate a ride.
thank you so much.
   matt

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date:         sat, 25 apr 1998 00:13:53 edt
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hi group!  here's the tree.  for tree-newbies - if you want this boot, contact
the person who's listed under your birth month.  boot setlist at bottom of
list.

canada branch
dp823@freenet.carleton.ca (sandy)

january
indigofrk@aol.com (sasha)

february
aereas333@aol.com (kris)

march
kt14017@cedarnet.org (karen)

april
memememi@aol.com (lisa)

may
kricky@mhv.net (kris)

june
nordeelm@ca.mrs.umn.edu (lisa)

july
kla@aloha.net (karen)

august
mnoelm@aol.com (pam)

september
reposa@scf-fs.usc.edu (jeannette)

october
msinghaus@msmisp.com (melissa)

november
bonster@u.washington.edu (bonster)

december
cbergquist@voyager.net (chris)

setlist:
side a:
mystery; land of canaan; get out the map; don't give that girl a gun; hammer
and a nail; shame on you; power of two; this train revised; virginia woolf.

side b:
hey kind friend; it's alright; i don't wanna know; leeds; romeo and juliet;
galileo; chickenman; least complicated (cut); cut it out (cut).

peace, harmony and indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
  -  novitiate of suzanneglassism
    -  president, grlchasr26 fan club
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ok
i just have to say it:
i love ya'll!!!!!!!!!! ***hugs***
i just find it so cute and hillarious actually that while we are
discussing how we should *just* talk about the indigo girls, we are also
discussing how we shouldn't talk about them too personally!!! *giggling*
boundries...we have many boundries...and issues it's like therapy all
over again ;)  *g*
but i have to say..if i find out something juicy a/b amy or em...i just
might gossip it to val or someone else who said they wanted to know
these things ;)  cuz i admit...i collect pictures of them... they're on
my hp and i have to admit i *want* to know things about them...
maybe it's cuz i'm young and don't know anything?

lamia
*who is admitting she reads people magazine...and gossips about celebs
occasionally...hey i'm an american afterall*

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then it drags you on down"
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date:         sat, 25 apr 1998 01:37:32 -0400
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its a  cover and idnt you get that boot from me or am i mistaken lol as i
might be

on fri, 24 apr 1998, zoosoccer wrote:

> i just recently recieved a boot that had the girls singing "american tune".
> it just blew me away!  i cant stop listening to it and now i have a few
> questions about it.
>
> did one of the girls write this song?  is it a cover?  on the boot i have they
> dont give credit to anyone....including themselves.  i have never heard this
> song before and just want to know about it.  thanks for all of your help.
>
> marcy
>

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date:         sat, 25 apr 1998 03:28:26 -0400
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miss karrie,

i've been on this list for years, actually not, i just thought it might
impress you. is their a correlation between respect and length of time on
the list?

you obviously feel contempt for some of the people on the list, and i would
like to confess that i meet your criteria, so contempt me! but please keep
in mind that i don't fit into your contemptible stereotype cause i do care
'passionately about humanity', and i do give a big ass 'crap about amy &
emily,' and i don't 'put myself before others,' altho sometimes i probably
should.

amy and emily are big girls and no one on the list is going to hurt them.
i'm sure a & e realize it would be an effort in futility to censor their
fans.  they have been in the business for years, and are well aware of the
positive & negative aspects of being performers. i believe that amy & emily
appreciate their fans cause we are the ones who love their music.

i instinctively see the goodness in everyone, and i know that being curious
about the girls is normal, not evil or pathetic.  discussing the girls'
private lives is not a malicious endeavor. we are simply their loving fans
sharing thoughts and insights with one another.

please don't expect all of us to think like you and to be as smart and
mature as you and please understand that no one is perfect. i know this
isn't the national inquirer, but it is our cyber community, and as such, we
share, we have fun, we have disagreements, and we don't judge others, and we
accept that we are all very special and unique individuals. and if you can't
respect some of us, at least try to tolerate us.

peace + love,
barbara
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hey folks,

wow, we get the privacy debate and the nigc debate all at once -
lucky us, heh.

both these topics are things that have been discussed over and
over again on this list, each time dying out with a distinct lack
of resolution.  the fact is that there is no way that people are
ever going to reach agreement on these two topics.  anyway, i'm
going to try to sum my lectures up as much as i can here...

first, nigc - nigc is fine, but extended nigc threads should
probably be taken to private mail, and nigc should have at least
some relevance to a significant portion of people on this list.
saying "if you don't like it just delete it" doesn't wash, i'm
afraid - it's like saying, "if you don't like me driving slow in
the fast lane, just go around me".  sure, but the fact is that the
fast lane is for going fast.  similarly, this list is intended
primarily for discussion of the music of the indigo girls.

privacy - this is pretty much covered in the faq.  i am actually
of the opinion that mentioning cooper's name is okay since it's
been in print in the past, but i know there are folks who disagree
with me now that amy and cooper have split up, and that's cool.
we agree to disagree.  however, we should at all times be careful
to be respectful of amy and emily's right to privacy.

i would elucidate more but i have to go out to dinner...

okay, before i run out the door, let me declare another arbitrary
song of the week.  this week, hmm... "leeds".  any questions,
comments, stories you have about this song, this is the time to
chip in.

have fun folks, i'm off to eat until i explode, :)
sherlyn
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in a message dated 98-04-25 03:54:31 edt, sherlyn@fl.net.au writes:

<< okay, before i run out the door, let me declare another arbitrary song of
the week.  this week, hmm... "leeds".  any questions, comments, stories you
have about this song, this is the time to chip in. >>

i can't stand this song.  i don't like the way emily bangs on the piano...
yeah, i know she's an amateur, but if she can't play better than that, then
hold the song for a later album when she *can*.   i also sincerely dislike
ulali (whose name i fiormly believe translates to "cats in heat").  i don't
think it meets up to the standard of emily's writing, either... and the
blatant sexual reference is a little much for me... i mean, we've all been
conditioned not to talk about a&e's private life, and here she wants to sing
"hold my head love... find the open hole & press your fingers there with all
your might" (and, offtopic, the lines in caramia - another not up to par song
- about "your head on the bedboard, the anguished repeat, the sweat of our
sadness and the twist of the sheet).  i'm sure some wit is going to point out
that in soy, amy says something about "the beautiful ladies walk right by, i
never know what to say"... but that's courtship, not sex.  no matter how
interested someone is in the aspects of a&e's private lives, i'm fairly sure
none of us want to know what happens behind the bedroom door... so why put it
in a song that we now have to listen to?  and my last point, directly relating
to what i said about it not being up to standard-emily... there's no congruity
through the work.  she starts talking about being in leeds, and fax papers
under the hotel door... and then boom all of a sudden she's talking about
black churches burning.... so we've crossed the atlantic and landed in the
deep south in a matter of a few measures.  if i'd tried to turn something like
that into my poetry class, i'd of been shot down.  there has to be congruity
from the beginning to the end of the work, and leeds really doesn't have it.

ok, i'm done trashing it.  maybe we need to hear from people who like it!  :o)

peace, harmony and indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
  -  novitiate of suzanneglassism
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could someone please send me the list of performers on the various dates of
lilith.  i deleted mine and need to know if the ig will be playing july
10th. thanks!
lori


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does anybody know if amy sang brown-eyed girl?  seems i heard about it in some
post during the lilith era last year.  was it a soundcheck?

jude :)

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tigger,

wow!  the way you described how much you hate leeds makes me want to sit and
listen to it!  ---- good post!

i don't mind an artist being sexually explicit as long as it's done tastefully
and poetically.  what you've quoted from emily in leeds sounds very artistic
and makes me want to listen to the song.  i really don't need to know what
goes on behind emily's bedroom door but if she's putting it out there, then i
want to listen.

wmntime

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responding to the message of <6004d120.3541d0f6@aol.com>
from ndygotiggr <ndygotiggr@aol.com>:
> if she can't play better than that, then

whoa!  this is rough.  but well argued.  i love the song.  put in a tape, set
the cd to repeat 1, and pretty much listened to leeds over and over again until
i was breathing it.  i think her piano accompaniment is wonderful (but then
again i'm a violinist).  i really appreciate the simple thick, powerful chords
in combination with the lyrics.  and okay, lyrics...

> "hold my head love... find the open hole & press your fingers there with all
> your might", "your head on the bedboard, the anguished repeat, the sweat of
our
> sadness and the twist of the sheet). i'm fairly sure
> none of us want to know what happens behind the bedroom door...

this is definitely debatable.  in fact, aren't y'all debating it right now as we
speak???  i'm staying out of it.  but i have to say that i don't think these
lines are inherently sexual.  am i the only one?  i know that they can certainly
be interpretted that way, but there are just as many other reasonable
interpretations.  maybe it means a lot of things.  that's a safe bet with emily.
i once heard her try to explain how the light bulb hangin' from the ceiling was
a metaphor for something.  that woman finds meaning everywhere (as it should
be!).  so anyway, back to leeds (forgive me if i'm venturing into dangerous
territory), for me the reference to the "open hole" can also mean simply a
personal loss.  haven't any of you ever felt like somebody has reached into your
chest and pulled out your heart?  well that would leave a pretty big open hole,
wouldn't it?  her reference also makes me think of that nursery rhyme with the
hole in the dam (i can already see some of you going places i'm not intending to
go with that reference...behave yourselves!).  like trying to stop an inevitable
mess, but not being very successful.  and losing a part of oneself in the
process.  and besides she does say that she's "sick tonight".  i find it hard to
believe she's making sexual requests while holding her head over the toilet.
and the "twist of the sheets" (ya know the sheets *do* twist up while you're
*sleeping* in the bed too!) and the "sweat of our sadness" (for some
people...sweating=nervous=anxious=sadness, something like that.), i totally
agree that there is a sexual way to interpret the lyrics, but all i'm saying is
that there's also some pretty profound stuff going on on another level
altogether.

> there's no congruity through the work.  she starts talking about being in
> leeds, and fax papers under the hotel door... and then boom all of a sudden
> she's talking about black churches burning

yeah but isn't that life?  and the 16 black churches were on tv too, not
necessarily where she was at the time.  i can see your point, but i'd also argue
that there *is* congruity to the song.  life is always making us see connections
that don't seem to make initial sense.  it's seems just about questioning one's
life and she's doing that by making paralels between her own existence and
prostitution, talking about politics and the silencing of evil.  a lot of things
that integrally relate to life.  or at least they should.  everything is
"connectable" if we try hard enough.  so in conclusion (i"m sooo sick of paper
writing) i think that the song is most of those things that you talked about,
but also a lot of other things that you didn't mention.  multiplicity...

okay i'm not making any sense at all...

marivel (off to discuss the morphological differences between contemporary and
medieval spanish, yawn)

p.s.  shawn colvin was here in ann arbor friday and was thoroughly wonderful and
brilliant and really really weird.  weird/good.  but weird nontheless.  she
talked about her toenails falling off, spent 10 minutes shaking her guitar pick
out from inside her guitar, and then proceeded to tell us she thought it was
"just wrong" to have 17 guitars and 16 stands and a million extra picks stuck to
the mic.  interesting.  sound like anyone we know?  if anyone is interested in
hearing all the strange stuff shawn discussed (i think she almost talked for as
long as she sang!), write me and i'll elaborate...a lot.

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>"private life" means what they do when they're not up on stage, in a press
>conference or making some other sort of public appearance.  it means time
>spent with family, lovers, friends, dogs, etc. and imho, none of that stuff
>is any of my business.  moreover, they have basically asked all of us to
>refrain from that kind of conversation, and as this is a list of people who
>like and respect the indigo girls, respecting their express wishes and not
>discussing their private lives here is the least we can do.
>
>they've given us so much that i think it's only fair to allow them this
>courtesy of abiding their request.

i apologize for quoting most of the original message again but it's said
so beautifully here that it's exactly what i would say.  way to go there,
kate/dennis.  :)

i would go one step further and mention that a whole group of us stayed
after the april 16th ani difranco concert here in indianapolis to see if
we could talk to ani.  in the end the guy in charge of security came out
(after an hour of waiting, we did get to talk to jason and julie (the
new keyboardist) though), and said almost word for word what kate/dennis :)
said up above in the 2nd paragraph.

it's simple respect.  when they're onstage they're for us, when they're
not it's for them.  bottom line, we pay money for tickets to see them
perform and we pay money to buy their albums.  that's what they are giving
to us.  anything more than that borders on some kind of obsessed "need to
know", which is more than they offer and more than they fell comfortable
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hey folks,

this came from the lilith fair list, forwarded there from the
sarah mclachlan list at monash university... i don't know
anything more about the show, even if ig are going to be on
or not.  but, just fyi...

sherlyn

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next week...

hey everyone...

just a quick note here:

the us music video station vh1 will be broadcasting a 30-minute special on
their 'women first' program about lilith fair on the following dates:

        * monday, april 27th @ 8:30am
        * wednesday, april 29th @ 6:30pm
        * friday, may 1st @ 12:30pm
        * friday, may 15th @ 7:30pm

in tour news: we've been having a little confusion (well ok, maybe it's
just me...) in regards to the july 1st date in oklahoma. in one post i had
it as oklahoma city, and in a following post i said it was closer to tulsa.
after talking to some of the lilith fair crew that happen to be in town,
it's been confirmed as happening in oklahoma city at mohawk park. pardon
the confusion there, folks...

                        thanks for reading


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

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hi bubblie butts!

well, the dartmouth show. well well well. it fnarking rawked friends! a
large contingent of baigls and other assorted listers will vouch for this
fact i think. the duo thing was unbelievably awesome. i hope that you all
get the chance to see them sans band sometime soon!

so we roll in to the ga line around noon thirty, to find several nice
people already there. of course after some introductory icebreakers which i
facilitated, everyone was crying and kissing each other and sharing their
deepest innermost secrets. i gotta say, kudos to this group of people. i
have been at several ga shows where i wanted to pull people's toenails off
for rudeness, but this group was great....orderly, respectful, and
generally very nice. all of us who spent the majority of the day there
actually ended up in the first two rows of seats, like the universe should
be!

shawn mullins was pretty okay, i'm not a converted fan but he was alright
and it was *great* to see julie clark and dave playing with him and to see
that there is life after lift.

amy and em took the stage and opened with it's alright. i haven't checked
my bootleg for the set list yet but they did do some rare treats like
"tried to be true", "joking", and "you and me of the 10k wars". the crowd
was totally into it, but not annoyingly so...you could still here amy and
emily singing. amy was very smiley, which was a bonus. they said several
times how much they love playing dartmouth, so of course i was thinking
"you could play here all the time...i got extra rooms in my house, cmon
over".

oh yeah, small tangent, they broke into "wish you were here" which was
phenomenal! us old timers in the audience were pretty stoked!

at the end of the show, they came out and played that groovy new kucachoo
kakadu song...i love that tune. especially the line where amy says she
traded her last 20 for a kiss and some poetry. siiiiigh. and then my friend
mikey got up on stage to sing ctf! yesss! priceless.. i have to say i am
happier from this show than any of the 654 others i have seen. not only was
it a great set, but i was with my favorite people in the whole world.
thanks for coming up down and around friends!!

i'm sure there are highlights other people can fill in, but these are my 2
cents. ya want a bootleg, write me.

lovin ya

sus

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i just thought i'd throw something out there...

before sots came out, i was more of an emily person than an amy person.
sure, there were some amy songs i loved, but my favorite ig tunes were
always mystery and ghost and the emily stuff.  those were the songs that
grabbed me and made me listen to them over and over again.  on the other
hand, until i saw chickenman live, i really didn't like it very much.  and
same with several amy songs.  her songs were great jam tunes that were fun
to watch them on, but on cd theyjust didn't cut it for me as much.

then last spring sots came out, and i did a 180 degree reversal. i think
it's a good album, though it is my least favorite ig release, but i would
say that it is a much better amy album than an emily album.  when i think
of my favorite songs off of it, i definitely think of shame on you, and of
course dgtgag (one of the best songs ever written imho) and shed your skin
(which, interestingly enough, i decided after hearing the labum would just
blow me away live, and that it had potential to be a great songwith lots
of jamming and soc's, but in reality the two times i've seen them since
then it wasn't all that great...), etc.  and i don't especially like the
emily stuff on the album, at least not as much as some of her older stuff.
caramia? in the same vein of mystery and not as good.  everything in its
own time? a pretty dull song, if you ask me...same with burn all the
letters.  i do like get out the map, and it's alright is ok, but...

all in all, this album made more of an amy person. not that that's a bad
thing.

love,
darren (who wonders if anyone notices that he tends to post more around
the time he should be studying for finals...)

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http://www.math.upenn.edu/~glassd          of a childhood dream..." - lift
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i've always wondered about that line from leeds and was going to ask about it
before this topic even got started.  i never really took it to be sexual, i
mean it sounds like it, i guess.  i'm not nieve, i know what it sounds like,
does everyone out there take it that way.  what about caramia?  the rest of
the song seems so distressed i really don't think that line about "the sweat
of our sadness" is about some happy little love making, does anyone else??
val

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hey there listers!  for anyone going to the dickinson concert who still
needs a tic i have one extra.  i paid $26.00 for it so that is what i am
asking for it.  i have to pick it up at the ticket window so i'll be there,
i'll be wearing an x-files t-shirt.
see you there!!!
fellow list member,
heather
"i wish i was a nomad, an indian, or a saint" -amy ray

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hi,
        okay.  i rarely post, but i just had to comment on what people have been saying about the lyrics to leeds.  i was a little bit shocked, i suppose, when i initially heard the "open hole" part of the song, but after a couple more times listening through the song, i realized that she is not being sexually explicit.  she's talking about a wound.  not a physical wound, but an emotional one.  all of the stuff that she's been talking about in the rest of the song (burning churches, etc.)  has affected her in this way.  i think emily's language at that part of the song is so beautiful.  it is a perfect example of her incredible ability to use words to evoke images that convey her emotional message.  she is absolutely the best at this.
        anyway, maybe no one else agrees with me.  i can definitely see how it could be read in a very sexual way.  but i don't really think that fits in with the rest of the song very well.  oh well.  to each his/her own.
                                                -lauren

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date:         sat, 25 apr 1998 10:26:16 -0500
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someone suggested:
><<this week, "leeds">>

tigger, high priestess of amyism wrote:
>i can't stand this song.  i don't like the way emily bangs on the
>piano...

rick could be found laughing out loud after reading this line.  :)

i've always liked leeds.  it was never one of my favorite songs but
i wouldn't press "skip" when it came up on the cd.  and then i saw
emily perform this song in concert dec 9, 1997 at iu auditorium.
i had front row center tickets and the keyboard was just off to
the right side of the stage a little (stage left?) and she was
about 25 feet from me and when she started playing no-one sang all
the way through because it was so intense.  i couldn't believe it.
my sister and i both leaned up against the railing and watched.  she
had more power in her voice and in her facial expressions during
that song than any other song i've ever seen her perform.

then amy came out and did romeo & juliet and (of course) everybody
sang. :)  in fact you could barely hear amy singing anymore.  you just
kinda saw her moving back and forth up there, strumming the guitar now
and then.  it was really great to see the contrast, but even amy didn't
show as much tension and vitality and unbridled passion during that song
as emily had on leeds.  possibly because amy's performed that song a
billion times and leeds is still fairly new.

nevertheless, it will always be one of my favorite songs after seeing
how much emily puts into it.  quite a performance.

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date:         sat, 25 apr 1998 11:32:46 edt
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hey yall
sorry for the nigc and the waste of bandwidth, but there are a lot of good
shows coming up for the people in the dc area and i just wanted to post some
of em...

may 3 lisa loeb and chantal kreviazuk - 9:30 club - 703 - 218-6500
may 5 commonbond- sunset grill/ annandale va - 703-658-0928
may 7 - sonia from disappear fear - iota cafe 703-522-8340
may 8 commonbond bushwallers/frederick md-301-695-803
may 11 - vonda shepard - the birchmere - 703-549-7500
may 12/13 keb mo' - the birchmere - 703-549-7500
may 15 - bjork - the ballroom - 202-554-1500
may 17-caroline aiken     unitar. church/silver spring (w/lisa moscatiello,
annie wenz, lisa gutkin) 301-588-7525
may 18   lisa moscatiello   inst. of musical traditions/silver
spring(w/caroline aiken, annie wenz, lisa gutkin)301-588-7525
june 13 - tibetan freedom concert - rfk stadium tix go on sale may 2 @ 9 am*
junw 14 tibetan freedom concert - rfk stadium*
june 21 - ani difranco - wolftrap - 703-218-6500


*acts playing tibetan freedom concert
day 1
beck
chaksam-pa
tracy chapman
herbie hancock and the headhunters
krs-1
live
dave matthews band
mutabaruka
radiohead
rem
patti smith
sonic youth

day 2
tribe called quest
beastie boys
blues traveler
buffalo daughter
wyclef jean
kraftwerk
sean lennon
lusciuos jackson
pearl jam
pulp
the verve
wallflowers

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i'm thanking the goddesses for my ability to get to this show. the day
before the show was pure hell (like rock bottom in self esteem, being told i
may be homeless next month, ect. - don't worry, i seem to have life in some
sense of control right now...)
so i met a girl from campus and her boyfriend and we drove the 6 hour drive
to dartmouth, having to go to vermont to get there, and going through the
white mountains - it was an incredible ride there, i haven't seen that area
in a decade, i stopped to pick up a disposable camera just to get some shots
from the car as we were driving down, did not want to use my digital because
i was saving that for the show...
i got there got great seats, met with many listees, shawn mullins was
incredible and julie and dave from lift rocked, and shawn was intense!
set list:
it's alright
joking
get out the map
3 hits
hammer and a nail
shed your skin
10000 wars (fnarking brillant!)
i don't wanna know
power of two
tried to be true
leeds
cut it out
wish you were here (incredible!)
least complicated
chickenman
galileo
encore:
new amy song about australia
kid fears
ctf (with the girls who were sitting behind ne and sus's friend mike and a
woman with down's syndrome, who some listee (sitting next to erica spizz)
made sure she got onstage, that made my night, so i grabbed my camera, amy
saw me and was moving around so i could get a good shot of the people
onstage, i used up my memory and got my disposable and amy basically was
posing, it is really wierd to describe, but i just felt a connection
photographing them last night i had never felt photographing them before
(when i had passes, ect.) i am going to take the camera to a good photo
place and have them overexpose the film a little.
after ctf, amy threw a pick (which i didn't catch and fell to the floor and
i stepped on) then she walked over and gave me one in my hand, which was
cool and she said something like "glad to see you", all in all a great show.

estimated number of cameras in the show last night with flashes: 250

estimated number of people bootlegging the show: 100 or so....


great to see y'all
mike r.
(who will try and put up dartmorth pics up soon...)

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date:         sat, 25 apr 1998 11:53:19 -0500
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before i begin i'd like to ask that anyone sending me cd-r's to please
specify which cds you want copies of.  i received two packages today
without any notes about which shows they wanted.

brenda souey
lance longwell

what shows do you want?  please send e-mail to let me know.:)  thanks!

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

(first tape)
ok, i got the warfield jan 27, 1998 show from a fellow listee today
and am scanning it in right now.  it is a very similar setlist to the
jan 30 show at universal amphitheatre.

setlist:
hey kind friend
power of two
dead man's hill (amy sings "i remember cats on fire, underneath a
                  burning spiral."  a mistake?  she kinda laughs
                  afterward.)
least complicated
shame on you
wood song
cut it out/wish you were here
get out the map
shed your skin
ghost
don't give that girl a gun
it's alright
thin line
winthrop
chickenman
galileo
romeo and juliet
blister in the sun
closer to fine


(second tape)
another listee sent me a different tape that i haven't scanned in yet.
it's the indigo girls kmtt radio broadcast on 4/3/97 from crocodile
cafe.

setlist:
shed your skin
get out the map
don't give that girl a gun
caramia
shame on you
everything in its own time
scooter boys
galileo

so i'll probably use the second tape as the filler and then offer the first
tape as its own boot.  i'll post again later tonight after i get everything
scanned in and setup to let everyone know.

please don't respond telling me you want these shows.  this is not an offer
yet!  thank you.

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date:         sat, 25 apr 1998 12:59:57 -0400
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on sat, 25 apr 1998, hunterj1 wrote:
> does anybody know if amy sang brown-eyed girl?  seems i heard about it in some
> post during the lilith era last year.  was it a soundcheck?

   when we saw her in indianapolis (first night they did the big yellow
taxi jam), she did during shame on you.  it works perfectly.

   darius

"you can hide 'neath your covers and study your pain
make crosses from your lovers, throw roses at the rain..."
   ---bruce springsteen, "thunder road"

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date:         sat, 25 apr 1998 10:06:05 pdt
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>blatant sexual reference is a little much for me...
>"hold my head love... find the open hole & press your fingers there
>with all your might"

i do believe that line was meant to be, ah, metaphorical.  not literal.
"press your fingers there with all your might before the last ounce of
my spirit bleeds onto the pristine sheets..." implies begging for
consolation, help in trying not to lose all of oneself in whatever
circumstances one is in, not uh, fisting.  (oh dang, there i go again
with the lesbian sex...)
jill


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sing it loud, sista'
amen

"come on people, now.  smile on your brother everybody get together try to love
one another right now".
i think it's terrible that there even are such things as "flames" on this list as we are
not here to prove to each other how intelligent, cool and alternative we are versus
the next person.  we are here to exchange info on the girls and if some people are
into gossip and others into "discussions about the pre-renaissance days and how
the third line of lyrics in the song 'galileo' represents emily's deep seated
resentment of the patriarchal society which has repressed. . " blah blah blah (you
get the point)
then so be it.
e
p.s. please don't flame me.  hee hee hee

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hahahahaha !! and you are....?

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date:         sat, 25 apr 1998 13:48:36 -0700
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>
> in a message dated 98-04-25 03:54:31 edt, sherlyn@fl.net.au writes:
>
> << okay, before i run out the door, let me declare another arbitrary song of
> the week.  this week, hmm... "leeds".

ndygotiggr wrote:

> ok, i'm done trashing it.  maybe we need to hear from people who like it!  :o)

i love leeds.

fyi:  the "sexual reference" regarding finding the open hole and pressing
your fingers there will all your might is actually an emergency medical
reference -- an analogy to bleeding out through a wound.  brilliant
imagery, in this emt's opinion!

faye
btw, they rawked new hampshire last night!

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i don't like this song: not to the extent that i *have* to skip it every
time i play the album, i just don't like it much. one of my friends
described it as one of the higher circles of lesbian hell. her girlfriend
was in the bathroom with the door locked and wouldn't get out even though
she needed in, so she put that song on repeat and waited...and got the
bathroom.

i have to agree with marivel that i don't think "hold my head love, i'm sick
tonight... find the open hole & press your fingers there with all your
might" is a sexual line. it made me think of somebody sick over a toilet,
and that ultimate expression of love: somebody who will hold you when you're
sick (especially when the person doing the holding is someone who can't
stand getting sick or being around somebody who is).
i also think that the leap from leeds to the churches is not all that
unbelievable. she's in the hotel room at 4 pm and the day seems over.  she's
being brought food and faxes: well fed, but a shadow of herself. she sees
the churches on the tv, from england: she can't do anything to help it, and
is feeling especially impotent given the place she is at, and the mood she
is in right then....

back to paper writing,
sarah

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date:         sat, 25 apr 1998 14:24:21 -0400
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after much seeing much discussion of sots and leeds, i wanted to throw in
my two cents.

sots is not my favorite ig album, but i do like it.  it took a while to
grow on me, but now i really do like it.  i do however agree with whoever
said that it is a better amy album.  before sots came out, i really was an
emily person.  i always perfered her lyrics over amy's.  but i thought
that amy was much better on sots.  i think that "caramia" is perhaps my
least favorite ig song ever (that doesn't mean that i hate it, it is just
my least favorite).  and i really liked "leeds" at first, but now i am
slowly starting to think it's not all that good.

but i looooooooove amy's contribution to sots.  "scooter boys" and "hey
kind friend" are two of my favorite ig songs now.  of course, i also like
many of emily's songs on sots ("gotm", "it's alright", "eiiot"), but i
like all of amy's sots songs and not all of emily's sots songs.

in fact, when i got the setlist at lexington, and they didn't get to play
leeds, i was not too upset (although it would have been much better than
joan baez!)  i have heard it at every other ig show i've been to this
year.  i didn't *need* to hear it again.  i don't hate the song, but it's
not my favorite...

okay, i'm off to enjoy the waether!

:-) karen

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*to stop your cryin', chase all the ghosts**
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*adding up the total of a love that's true**
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soon classes will be over and they all will go home for the summer..
yee haw
heh heh heh

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what confuses me, is if it's just about their music, not about them at
all..why go to concerts? why not just listen to the cds and enjoy the
music? that way you don't have to involve an actual person with the
music at all.....

lamia


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date:         sat, 25 apr 1998 11:50:50 pdt
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i like leeds! :)
i think it's very cool that emily took her dream of playing the piano
and went all the way with it! i'll admit she does pound it but take into
consideration when she's live she's on a keyboard which :p i personally
prefer the real thing when playing...as for the words, i can't say much
there except that you can feel a lot of emotion behind them.. when i
first got the cd i loved it right up until ulali's chantingthing then i
was like, it ruined it! but i've gotten used to that although it will
never be my favorite emily song or my favorite song on sots, it's still
fun to watch her do it...

lamia


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this is a re-post of the original.  i'm not going to beg, but think it would
be a great thing if more of you would contribute to this.  she'd love it.
just toss a check, cash, whatever in the mail.  it'll take 5 seconds and
you'll really be helping someone out! =)  bla, bla, bla...

<< hello!
       okay, i live in atlanta and will see michelle.  i am willing to collect
anything you'd like to donate for her birthday.  i know that there's not much
time between now and may 9, but if anyone who's interested wants to send a
check as soon as tomorrow, i don't mind organising it and making sure she gets
it all... i think it sounds wonderful, because medical expenses are large... i
think she'd really appreciate the birthday gift.  it works on the list for the
girls' birthdays and it could work in this case.  so, i'll just go ahead and
say that if you want to individually send her something, send it to her p.o.
box.  if you want to contribute to a large list donation, please send it to me
at the following address.  if you want to send a card, do it.  i'll make sure
she gets whatever you send, but i'm going to put all the money together and
give her one big check, so if you send a sealed card, make sure that the
money's separate!  just write the check to me and i'll add them all up and
give it to her.  i guess that's all.  if you all send $5, we could raise a
small fortune by next week! =)  if you all sent $10, well, that's even better.
even $1 would be great.  i think she'd love the thought.  please send a note
to remind me what the money's for.  thanks, sarah

sarah wiegmann
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from: sanawike <sanawike@aol.com>
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to: devil-moon@smoe.org, indigo-girls@netspace.org
subject: michelle's birthday (solution)
date: thu, 23 apr 1998 16:39:44 edt
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hello!
      okay, i live in atlanta and will see michelle.  i am willing to collect
anything you'd like to donate for her birthday.  i know that there's not much
time between now and may 9, but if anyone who's interested wants to send a
check as soon as tomorrow, i don't mind organising it and making sure she gets
it all... i think it sounds wonderful, because medical expenses are large... i
think she'd really appreciate the birthday gift.  it works on the ig list for
the grils' birthdays and it could work here.  so, i'll just go ahead and say
that if you want to individually send her something, send it to her p.o. box.
if you want to contribute to a large list donation, please send it to me at
the following address.  if you want to send a card, do it.  i'll make sure she
gets whatever you send, but i'm going to put all the money together and give
her one big check, so if you send a sealed card, make sure that the money's
separate!  just write the check to me and i'll add them all up and give it to
her.  i guess that's all.  if you all send $5, we could raise a small fortune
by next week! =)  if you all sent $10, well, that's even better.  even $1
would be great.  i think she'd love the thought.  please send a note to remind
me what the money's for.  thanks, sarah

sarah wiegmann
3199 fern dr.
tucker, ga
30084

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private message to wrong addy.
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pooh, putting in her dentures, said:
>soon classes will be over and they all will go home for the summer..
>yee haw
>heh heh heh

hmph.  "they"= us young'uns?  us wonnerful, amazing, talented,
wrinkle-free, shiny-haired, exuberant little folk running around on this
here list?  i smell ageism ageism ageism aaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

jill ;)

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well i sure as hell learned my lesson on buying ig tickets.  get on the phone
before 10 am!!!!  i wainted right until 10 and it was busy till 10:45!!!!
grrrrrr. 19th freaking row.  is that going to suck?  i cant remember how far
from the stage that'll be at the backyard.  man!!! i had the whole "can we
sing with you" sign idea and everything.  poo.  oh well at least ill be there.
i'll quit complaning now
val

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hello to all!

i was wondering if anyone has the correct information about
the ig show at camden nj on friday july 17th.  on the
lilith fair list it has them playing there, but on the ig site
and on the little tour card from the ig fan club it says
jones beach ny.  i would like to take a weekend off and it
would be cool to see lf with missy elliot and ig.

anyone know why they are not playing the 3 northeast dates
of lf  (buffalo, saratogoa and hartford) and then picking up
again the next day in nj?  just curious.

take care and peace!

-deb

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ow jill if youhad thought before you reacted again..ya woulda seen my
sorry..it was a private note to a friend abut the bikers boys who live next
door...
whatsamatta guilty conscience?

jill certo wrote:

> pooh, putting in her dentures, said:
> >soon classes will be over and they all will go home for the summer..
> >yee haw
> >heh heh heh
>
> hmph.  "they"= us young'uns?  us wonnerful, amazing, talented,
> wrinkle-free, shiny-haired, exuberant little folk running around on this
> here list?  i smell ageism ageism ageism aaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
>
> jill ;)
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> amy and emily are big girls and no one on the list is going to hurt them.
> i'm sure a & e realize it would be an effort in futility to censor their
> fans.  they have been in the business for years, and are well aware of the
> positive & negative aspects of being performers. i believe that amy & emily
> appreciate their fans cause we are the ones who love their music.
>
yes they are big girls...but to assume that no one on this list would
hurt them is irresponsible..sherylin says there are over 800 people on
this list..we don't know the motives of all 800 ( or at least i don't)we
don't know that there is not someone on this list waiting for just that
one little "piece of the puzzle" of personal information they needed to
do the very harm to either a or e that we feel they are incapable of...
this is how stalking begins...
look at it another way..
suppose , just suppose you saw amy out last night with this gorgeous
blonde and posted it to the list..now then suppose , just suppose that
amy happens to be living with a gorgeous brunette who keeps tabs on the
list..and suppose things between them were kinda rough going.. and you
just told the world ( and her)that amy was cheatin with some
blonde...here you thought you were posting to the list and instead you
were instigating a breakup...just how happy do you think amy would be
with you........( disclaimer..i know none of this to be true,,its a
supposition, ok?)..
the point is ,,what they do on their time is their business.......and
they appreciate it if we keep our noses out of it.....

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um, ok, thought i'd share my dream because it had a sort of tangential
relation...you'll see. i dreamed an entire friggin' musical last night: i
guess i haven't had enough rem sleep in a while or something. anyway, i was
watching the fox-tv movie of the week: "droids: the musical", based on star
wars, to the music of  jesus christ superstar (see, there's my igc). if i
could only remember the lyrics....

sarah (up to page 7 out of 12-15 on the paper that's due monday, but
tomorrow is dickinson, so not much hope of getting anything done)

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don't know if anyone has posted this already, but i just heard a commercial on
the radio that says ani difranco will be playing the new orleans jazz fest, so
will emmylou harris and some other folks.  tickets are through ticketbastard
and if i hear the commercial again i'll try to post a more complete list of
who's playing.

peace, harmony and indigo,

tigger, high priestess of amyism (ndygotiggr@aol.com)
  -  novitiate of suzanneglassism
    -  president, grlchasr26 fan club
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adia difranco wrote:

> what confuses me, is if it's just about their music, not about them at
> all..why go to concerts? why not just listen to the cds and enjoy the
> music? that way you don't have to involve an actual person with the
> music at all.....

frankly, i think that's because a person's spirit resonates.  i realize
you're asking this question rhetorically, but still... have you ever
performed?  there's a connection that a good performer creates between
themselves and their audience that allows emotion to pass from one
heart-soul to another directly - especially with music.  i think that's
why some shows are better than others - sometimes the performer just
doesn't have the energy to project, to connect, and you feel like
something's missing.  and then other times, you'll feel a unity, an awe -
but that unity is, well, a kind of universal human thing.  just becasue
you feel at one with the performer doesn't necessarily justify butting
into their personal lives.  the truth is that i'm ambivalent regarding
this argument, simply because i think there is a middle line somewhere,
but idoubt i'll convince anyone of it.  i think that material already
discussed in interviews is public property, and recognized as such by the
artists.  even if amy answered a journalist's question so as to avoid a
problem, she did so knowing that it would then become public property.  so
if someone who hasn't read the article wants to confirm something, it
doens't strike me that that's being overly nosy.  and if someone doesn't
know something that's public info. i can't see a problem in asking, and
the response can be sent privately.  i haven't really seen any real
objectionable questions, anything that isn't public knowledge.  i can't
figure out what the whole hubbub is about...
(hubbub - what a word.  anyone know what it's etymological root is?  and
while i'm at it - nigc - i was just wondering if anyone knows how the
whole image of "a smoke after sex" started.  i was watching someone smoke
the other day, thinking to myself that there are much more pleasurable
ways of killing yourself [sorry smokers] and somehow it led me to that
question...pleasure-smoke, see? just wondering.  privately, please....
michal

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i wrote a soc, as a class assignment, i have no one to give an open minded
opinion on it, and since most of you are familiar with this style of writing,
e-mail me privatly if you'd like to read it.
val

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morning everyone -

darren said:
>then last spring sots came out, and i did a 180 degree reversal. i think
>it's a good album, though it is my least favorite ig release, but i would
>say that it is a much better amy album than an emily album.  when i think

i absolutely agree on that last - it seems to me that amy's songs
on sots come across much better than emily's songs do.  not that
emily's songs are bad, just that there seems to be something
lacking in the production of a couple of them.  amy's songs, otoh,
seem to be a lot more "completely" produced and don't leave me
feeling like there's something missing, like the mysteriously
light low-end on "it's alright" does (where's the bass?  where's
the bass??).  or "everything in its own time", which i thought
would be so very powerful after hearing it live, but which seems
to lack drive on the album...

plus, amy's songwriting has just been getting better and better
in recent albums.  since emily was already so good to start with,
you don't notice changes in em's songwriting styles so much.  that
might have something to do with it too... heehee.  actually though,
come to think of it, it seems to me that on sots emily is
consciously taking a step back towards a more simplistic
songwriting style... does anybody agree?

oh - "leeds".  i still don't particularly like it (don't like the
piano, but emily gets points for trying.  don't like the lyrics
particularly much either.)  however, i'm not skipping it every
time i play the album anymore, which i guess is progress of a sort.
it was pretty powerful when i heard them play it live earlier this
year though!

>darren (who wonders if anyone notices that he tends to post more around
>the time he should be studying for finals...)

yeah, at least you're not out there trying to run over indigo girls
or anything... *snark*  go study, darren. :)

btw, was it mandy who mentioned australian audiences?  (sorry, no
coffee yet, too lazy to go look it up...)  you're right, we are a
very polite bunch.  the show you mentioned (the first sydney show)
actually had the rudest audience of any of the shows i made it to
on their recent tour...

but anyhow.  that's my incoherent ramblings for now.  i'm going to
go feed my cats...

happy happy sunny sundays, :)
sherlyn
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pooh wrote (damn eloquently i might add...)
[snip]

> suppose , just suppose you saw amy out last night with this gorgeous
> blonde and posted it to the list..now then suppose , just suppose that
> amy happens to be living with a gorgeous brunette who keeps tabs on the
> list..and suppose things between them were kinda rough going.. and you
> just told the world ( and her)that amy was cheatin with some
> blonde...here you thought you were posting to the list and instead you
> were instigating a breakup...just how happy do you think amy would be
> with you........( disclaimer..i know none of this to be true,,its a
> supposition, ok?)..

but, like susan b. marine is blonde and i saw the two of them together last
night, i thought their was some juicy tid bits to that (amy playing where
sbm works), sus getting front row seats, sus frind mike (not me) singing
with them, i thought for sure there was something to that!

<tongue firmly planted in cheek, sorry, it was too good to pass up for an
email>

mike r.

ps - why are all the baigls still so quiet - y'all at yale???

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hey folks,

don't recall having seen the track listing for this ever posted
here, so here 'tis, forwarded from the ecto mailing list -

sherlyn

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<<  i'm also curious about the pete seeger tribute cd.  >>

just thought i'd go ahead and post the track listing for the pete seeger
tribute:

volume 1
  1.  tommy sands with dolores keane & vedran smailovic - where have all the
       flowers gone
  2.  jackson browne & bonnie raitt - kisses sweeter than wine
  3.  john gorka - the water is wide
  4.  richie havens - of time and rivers flowing
  5.  ani difranco - my name is lisa kalvelage
  6.  bruce cockburn - turn, turn, turn
  7.  tish hinojosa - festival of flowers
  8.  sweet honey in the rock - step by step
  9.  studs terkel - blessed be the nation
10.  billy bragg and eliza carthy - my father's mansions
11.  greg brown - sailing down my golden river
12.  tony trischka band - goofing off suite
13.  kim and reggie harris and the magpies - those three are on my mind
14.  cordelia's dad - how can i keep from singing
15.  peter, paul & mary - all mixed up
16.  ronnie gilbert with robin flower and libby mclaren - empty pocket blues
17.  tom paxton - get up and go
18.  john stewart - old riley
19.  nanci griffith and friends - if i had a hammer
10.  the weavers - wimoweh

volume 2
  1.  bruce springsteen - we shall overcome
  2.  roger mcguinn - bells of rhymney
  3.  judy collins - oh had i a golden thread
  4.  guy davis - false from true
  5.  indigo girls - letter to eve
  6.  dick gaughan - waist deep in the big muddy
  7.  tim robbins - all my children of the sun
  8.  martin simpson - living in the country
  9.  odetta - one grain of sand
10.  casey neill - old father hudson sailing down dirty stream
11.  john trudell - the torn flag
12.  si kahn with the freighthoppers - doublin
13.  cathy fink & marcy marxer - to everyone in the world
14.  tommy makem - over the hills
15.  annie hills - i come and stand at every door
16.  donovan - my rainbow race
17.  holly near - quiet early morning
18.  studs terkel - oh, sacred world
19.  pete seeger - and still i am searching

.....and i still haven't had a chance to listen to it.....

jill :d


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

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hey,
does anyone know around what time the dickinson ticket office is going
to open tomorrow?

thanks, ana
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anybody ever wonder if emily heard from danny after 1200 curfews came out?

don't think this has been covered...if so, totally disregard.

love,
justin

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danny?

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justin wrote

>anybody ever wonder if emily heard from danny after 1200 curfews came out?
>
>don't think this has been covered...if so, totally disregard.
>
and

wowiejdm wrote

> danny???

i think they mean at the opening of "least complicated" when emily is
talking about her little boyfriend danny who she got the ring for....(at
the beginning of the rest of her life that is!)


* * * * * * * * * * * * * *
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physically abusive, cold, dead hand

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i seem to remember reading something about this before, or maybe i'm imagining
it.  but i have a question regarding 1200 curfews that maybe someone could
answer.

i was listening to a tape that someone sent me, and at the end of closer to
fine, i realized that it was the same "ending" as the one on 1200 curfews.
by "ending" - i mean, what amy & emily say at the end of the song ("y'all were
great!  thanks so much!   we gotta go - we have a curfew", etc........).  but
the song on the cd is not the same as the song on the tape.   the song on the
cd is from symphony hall, atlanta, and the tape i was listening to was from
chicago.   make sense?  i seem to remember someone saying something about the
'conversation' between songs being taken from different shows than the actual
songs on the cds.

just curious if anyone knows if this is true, or has more details.
=)
lisa

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this is a poem that my friend asked me to forward to the list.  i hope
you all like it as much as i do.

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  reach out over water and land to see what opportunities lie. reach out to
your neighbors lend them a helping hand. reach out to people who are
different. they will not bite. infact most are friendly and willing to talk
as long as you do not judge.

   people who judge forget to take in all the facts about a person. they
forget to look on the inside. all they look at is the outside. the outside
might show acts that society does not approve of. whether it be to
discipline a child with a piece of wood to people sleeping with the same
sex. to some people both of these are alright. they saw a person who feels,
hurt, cries when they are sad and a person who laughs when they are happy.

  reach out over water and land to see what opportunities lie. reach out to
your neighbors lend them a helping hand. reach out to people who are
different. they will not bite. infact most are friendly and willing talk as
long as you do not judge.,

  learn my friends not to judge upon first glance. get to know the real
person. take the time to talk to them. set aside your differences. set
aside your fear and hatred about something you do not understand about the
person to whom you are afaird to be around.

  reach out over water and land to see what opportunities lie. reach out to
your neighbors lend them a helping hand. reach out to people who are
different. they will not bite. infact most are friendly and willing to talk
as long as you do not judge.

   when you take the first step and stop judging. only then do you begin to
learn about what is important. what is important is that we all stick
together. we can turn around the hatred in our children. we can teach them
the truth and not myths about some people. we can teach them teach them a
value of a dollar. we can teach them to work for money. all we have to do
is set aside the negative we have in people. especially generation x. we
need to straighten up people in this generation or the world is domed to
its death.

  reach out over water and land to see what opportunities lie. reach out to
you neighbors lend them a helping hand. reach out to people who are
different. they will not bite. infact most are friendly and willing to talk
as long as you do not judge.

  i am different myself, but there is many like myself, who want to see the
world a happier place for our children to walk in. they want to see the
hatred stopped against our kind. we may be gay, but we still matter. turn
your energy to better things. like your children who have no care in the
world for other people's feelings. all they see is a world that forgot
them. a world who doesn't care how they turn out. and a world who is to
busy thinking of themselves then to think about the children. turn you
energy to them. show them that you love them, before it is to late. show
them it is alright to love the same sex if it is their sexual orientation.
show them that education is the key to success. show them to reach out to
adults when, they have problems or they need to feel wanted.

  reach out over water and land to see what opportunities lie. reach out to
your neighbors lend them a helping hand. reach out to people who are
different. they will not bite. intact most are friendly and willing to talk
as long as you do not judge.

   take my advise my friend learn to love, before it is to late. there is
still time to teach values in our children. there is still time to show
them that you love them and care for them. there is still time to turn this
world around, before we destroy everything that is set before us.

  reach out over water and land to see what opportunities lie. reach out to
your neighbors lend them a helping hand. reach out to your neighbors lend
them a helping hand. reach out to people who different. they will not bite.
infact most are friendly and willing to talk as long as you do not judge.
as long as you do not judge my friend.

  melissa sue singhaus


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so... what's the scoop?  i'm gonna put a sticker on my back that says
vigc...hows that for id?   i can't wait till tomorrow!   we meeting
under the flag pole?  please email me or the list and let me know!

peace and butterflies,

karen

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hi :o)

        if anyone has that pete seeger cd can you please email me? thanks!

                                                                -heather

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hey folks,

found this on the web - it's from an australian site but i think
that site is just a mirror of something in the us.  the url is
http://www.addicted.com.au/mnotw/lofi/980403/980403_3787.shtml.

cheers,
sherlyn

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-- apr 03, 1998 --

news flash: indigo girls go back to school

folk duo amy ray  and emily saliers plan to play a number of benefit
concerts along the way.

georgia folk duo the indigo girls, featuring singer/guitarists amy
ray and emily saliers, will launch a tour of college and high-school
campuses on april 13 with a show at loganville high school in
loganville, ga.

the unusual 19-date tour will also feature a number of stops for
various charity concerts along the way, eventually leading to the
pair's second stint on the all-female lilith fair tour this summer.

"we like to play these sort-of punk club tours to reacquaint
ourselves with why we do this and to stop the business from taking
over," said ray, addressing a panel on "career mistakes" at last
month's south by southwest music conference in austin, texas. ray
told a number of stories about club owners trying to pay the pair
in drinks, watering their friends' drinks down and trying to
miscount the proceeds from the door.

she added that playing colleges and high schools allows the group to
avoid sleazy promoters and club owners who rip off artists. by
returning to the club circuit, she added, the indigos are able to
keep in touch with the reason they got into music in the first place.

"they've been trying for years to play high schools and reach out to
their younger fans," said lisa markowitz, the group's epic records
publicist. "they have lots of younger fans who can't necessarily come
to see them at coliseum or club shows, and this is a way to play
shows for them, too."

among the benefit appearances on the tour are an april 23 stop in
dallas at a show benefiting the pro-choice group voters for choice;
an april 27 new york benefit for the virginia slam group, which was
founded in reaction to the virginia slims cigarette brand's
aggressive marketing to young women; and a may show in austin, which
also will feature sets by rock-pop artists steve earle and shawn
colvin, to benefit the mexican zapatista rebels.

additionally, a version of the indigo girls song "shed your skin,"
remixed by rage against the machine guitarist tom morello, will be
included as a bonus cd alongside the group's most recent album,
shaming of the sun, and will be released as a radio single in mid-may.
the bonus cd pack will be sold on the lilith fair tour and will
feature the album version of the song, the remix and two live tracks,
according to markowitz.
-- gil kaufman


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ack ack ack
i *never* took that line to have any sort of sexual connotation at all.
sheesh...what do you all do all day long? hehe...seriously though, since
emily's never been sexually explicit in the past, why would you all jump on
that explanation first thing this time?
peace,
   sharoane

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>
>         okay.  i rarely post, but i just had to comment on what people
have been saying about the lyrics to leeds.  i was a little bit shocked, i
suppose, when i initially heard the "open hole" part of the song, but after
a couple more times listening through the song, i realized that she is not
being sexually explicit.  she's talking about a wound.  not a physical
wound, but an emotional one.  all of the stuff that she's been talking
about in the rest of the song (burning churches, etc.)  has affected her in
this way.  i think emily's language at that part of the song is so
beautiful.  it is a perfect example of her incredible ability to use words
to evoke images that convey her emotional message.  she is absolutely the
best at this.
>         anyway, maybe no one else agrees with me.  i can definitely see
how it could be read in a very sexual way.  but i don't really think that
fits in with the rest of the song very well.  oh well.  to each his/her
own.

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for anyone who's going to dickinson, and hasn't left yet...
tell me:
a) where are we meeting, if at all?
b)where is the days inn (as in, what highway exit, and directions) that
don, barb, & twink are at?
c) what time is everybody getting in line?

i don't know what i'm doing!!!! (not that i ever do, but hey...)
a very distraught jill

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i've got an extra dickinson ticket....
email me at my school addy for fastest response:  sjc1231@oberlin.edu

thanks,
jill

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um...i don't think the line in "leeds" about finding an open hole and
pressing your fingers there has anything to do with sex...i know when i
have a headache i wish someone would find where my head has apparently
cracked open and plug it up...that's what i thought em meant.
you know, "hold my head love, i'm sick tonight..."

amy  ;-)
on sat, 25 apr 1998, wmntime wrote:

> tigger,
>
> wow!  the way you described how much you hate leeds makes me want to sit and
> listen to it!  ---- good post!
>
> i don't mind an artist being sexually explicit as long as it's done tastefully
> and poetically.  what you've quoted from emily in leeds sounds very artistic
> and makes me want to listen to the song.  i really don't need to know what
> goes on behind emily's bedroom door but if she's putting it out there, then i
> want to listen.
>
> wmntime
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ok!  ok!  i take it back!  the line in leeds is not about sex!  i take it all
back!

:o)

peace, harmony and indigo,

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in a message dated 98-04-25 20:27:22 edt, justin wrote:

<< anybody ever wonder if emily heard from danny after 1200 curfews came out?
>>

hkf-
i would love an answer to this question too!
i have often wondered if he heard about it and contacted her-either to laugh
about it or whatever.
if anybody knows, please post to the list.
~peace, leah

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date:         sat, 25 apr 1998 23:58:35 -0400
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hey kind friends,

*important clarification*
i have never advocated public discussion about the girls' personal lives. my
point has always been that i am curious about some aspects of their
personal lives, and that other fans probably share my sentiments.  i respect
that we are all different with a wide range of opinions, and expressing our
opinions on this forum offers all of us an opportunity to see things from
different perspectives.

in a 1994 interview amy said, 'the only negative ramification i see is when
people start talking about your personal life.'  (i'm going to regret saying
this, but...) i think it is fair to say that in 1994 amy & emily were not
internet savvy.  in 1994 i was very uninformed about the net, and therefore,
i viewed the net with caution and apprehension.  perhaps, just perhaps in
the last four years the girls have become more familiar with the net and the
ig list.  have a & e commented lately on their feelings about the list? i
know that no matter how comfortable the girls feel about the ig list, the
day will never, ever come when the girls say, 'ig list, cool, we just hope
that our fans discuss every intimate detail about our personal lives!!!'

also, karrie, i'm very sorry if i offended you and hurt her feelings.

peace + love,
barbara
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date:         sat, 25 apr 1998 23:52:50 edt
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in a message dated 98-04-25 23:34:11 edt, you write:

<<
ok!  ok!  i take it back!  the line in leeds is not about sex!  i take it all
back!
  >>

it's not about sex?  i won't bother listening to it then.

only joking!!!

wmntime--who hasn't listened to the song so i didn't know whether the line was
about sex or not--i stop listening to shaming after "it's alright".

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date:         sun, 26 apr 1998 00:09:42 -0400
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ooops, typo on apology & that simply won't do!
so, once again,
karrie,
i'm sorry if i offended you and hurt your feelings.

peace + love,
barbara
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i got my copy of lillith fair today and i love it. i do not usually buy
music at wal-mart either, but since they had it i picked it up. i am a
target and mail club cd shopper mostly. this isn't ig related, but i have a
sonnet on prejudices and i thought if you guys would like to read it to
e-mail me privately instead of share it with the list so i do not crowd it
up. missy

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on sun, 26 apr 1998, melissa singhaus wrote:

>  i got my copy of lillith fair today and i love it. i do not usually buy
> music at wal-mart either, but since they had it i picked it up. i am a
> target and mail club cd shopper mostly. this isn't ig related, but i have a
> sonnet on prejudices and i thought if you guys would like to read it to
> e-mail me privately instead of share it with the list so i do not crowd it
> up. missy

   wait a sec --- isn't the lilith fair album not supposed to be out until
tuesday?  if so, then wal-mart's in violation of some contract or another
(such a sleazy company --- i worked a a pharmacy tech for 2 years) and
somebody should be notified.

   darius

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make crosses from your lovers, throw roses at the rain..."
   ---bruce springsteen, "thunder road"

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yes, i recall they did indeed mix and match songs with introductions and
endings on 1200 curfews. they picked their favorite moments of
interaction with the crowds and then put them with their favorite
performances. i guess they included that remark about the curfew  just
because of the title 1200 curfews.

also, does anyone else think that hypothetically, if amy was seen out
with a gorgeous blonde and it was posted to this list and a gorgeous
brunette found out and was upset, then it would be no one's fault but
amy's. i mean, if she was cheating then so be it, the brunette has a
right to know.  although, i also dont see why anyone on this list would
care. i dont care.

david

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hey everyone,
  i know its been a while since i posted but i wanted to know if
  anyone knew what subway to take from penn station to get to irving
plaza. also, is there a list meet before hand?  if not, then look for me
on line, i'll probably be towards the front of the line, short guy with
short  brown curly hair, that'll be me... come say hi, always wnat to meet
new people, especially fellow listees. :-)  psyched for monday.  hope
everyone had a great weekend.  happy indigo dreams to all.
mike d.

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to everyone who suggested me picking this album up, let me
just say this:

wow!  her voice is dreamy. :)  i envision myself at a little
hole-in-the-wall bar somewhere, sittin' at an old wooden
bench, leaning against the wall with one hand on a long
neck and the other hand wiping the tears from my eyes as
she's singin' her little heart out.

what a sultry voice.  voooh!

  *^*^*^*^*
*   _o_   *
*  / | \  *  rick
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hey you'all!

if you are delete key happy like i am and you have windows 95, you can
read what you deleted by going into your mailbox trash box.  also, you
should frequently go there anyway and select all the messages and delete
them.  if you are like me and didn't know that, i was educated by my
kid, all those messages are still on your computer untill you compress
the trash folder.

vigc----i meant it to mean very indigo girl contented!

peace,  karen

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all you guys and gals who emailed me this week about dickinson, well all
those messages are on my puter at work...please forward them to me again
so i know what you all are up to!

love, karen

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david said:

> also, does anyone else think that hypothetically, if amy was seen out
> with a gorgeous blonde and it was posted to this list and a gorgeous
> brunette found out and was upset, then it would be no one's fault but
> amy's. i mean, if she was cheating then so be it, the brunette has a
> right to know.  although, i also dont see why anyone on this list
would
> care. i dont care.
>
ah but david,,thats the point..what if amy wasn't cheating..what if the
gorgeous blonde really was sbm, who does work at dartmouth and all she
was doing was showing amy where the employee ladies room was so she
could pee privately without groupie fans going in to ask for her
autograph. in the middle of things....but word got to the list that she
and this blonde were sneaking down the back corridor and slipping into a

staircase.., and the brunette found out and there ya go..another
breakup...just cause poor amy wanted to use the bathroom.......
and you can't be serious when you say that you can't see why anyone on
this list would want to know..hell..there have been discussions about
what type of underwear they wear..you don't think enquireing minds
wouldn't want the dirt on a supposed date????????
get real...we want to know it allllllll!!!!!!

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with  so many guitar players on this list, i have several questions...
1) how do you travel (airline) with a guitar?  carryon, check it?
2) has anyone been to a songwriting workshop, if you can barely play can
you still go or is everyone a semi-pro?
3) how long does it take to not suck at playing?
4) how much did you hate bar chords when you started?

thanks for the info in advance

and i like leeds


kerri hannan
gainesville, fl

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where were you and amy headin' ?........

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anybody know her? know what happened to her? she kind of disappeared
mysteriously, and

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now how did i do that?  my message sent itself away! very sorry to waste
all this bandwith.
but okay, my point, if anybody knows what happened to becca, please email
me. (or becca, if you're out there???) thanks,

july ;)

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in an effort to amend my ways for numerous non-sensical postings as of
late( happens when the depakote level is low) i will dub, for the first
5 newbies that post to me privately ,5 "must have " starter boots.
ie:
color me grey
in with the out crowd
modern rock live
tuesdays children
complicated girls

or any 5 ya want...

ok? am i forgiven?

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>pooh wrote (damn eloquently i might add...)
>[snip]
>
>> suppose , just suppose you saw amy out last night with this gorgeous
>> blonde and posted it to the list..now then suppose , just suppose that
>> amy happens to be living with a gorgeous brunette who keeps tabs on the
>> list..and suppose things between them were kinda rough going.. and you
>> just told the world ( and her)that amy was cheatin with some
>> blonde...here you thought you were posting to the list and instead you
>> were instigating a breakup...just how happy do you think amy would be
>> with you........( disclaimer..i know none of this to be true,,its a
>> supposition, ok?)..
>
>but, like susan b. marine is blonde and i saw the two of them together last
>night, i thought their was some juicy tid bits to that (amy playing where
>sbm works), sus getting front row seats, sus frind mike (not me) singing
>with them, i thought for sure there was something to that!

***hahahahhahahhhahah

good one mike

ummm, for the record there is nothing going on between me and amy ray. she
wanted to date me, but i told her i wasn't ready for a relationship. i'm
pretty busy right now alphabetizing my bootlegs.

:) :) :) :) :)
sus

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greetings & salutations!

my name's lisa & i'm a brand new member.  it's a pleasure to be amoungst so
many people with such great taste in music!

so here's my question:
will the girls be at the albuquerque lillith fair (if there is a goddess they
will be :))

email me privately if you know.  danka!

lisa jebsen
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hey y'all,

i'm going to dickinson tonight (from penn state) and i am in need of two
more tickets. so, i have a few questions...

is the concert anywhere near selling out??

i ordered tix and was told that i could pick them up at 6, i presume at
the box office.  will they still be selling tix then and there?

if all else fails, is anyone selling two tix, and would be willing to
sell them to me at the venue between 5:30 and 7 p.m.??

thanks in advance,
feather
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> 1) how do you travel (airline) with a guitar?  carryon, check it?

   absolutely do not check it.  unless you have a true flight case (which
usually costs as much as a guitar), they will destroy it, and insurance
will not cover it, because it was "incorrectly packed."  if it's an
electric, you might be able to fit it in the overhead bins.  if not,
your only hope is to find a nice steward(ess) who will let you put it in
the rack that they use for storing suits.  don't let them bullshit you
about not being able to take it on --- the baggage monkeys are truly
sadistic.

> 3) how long does it take to not suck at playing?

   depends on what you're trying to play.  you can fake a lot of
springsteen after a month or so.

> 4) how much did you hate bar chords when you started?

   altogether too much.

   darius

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make crosses from your lovers, throw roses at the rain..."
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have my 5(well,,i went to ten so that gives me more  pointless postings)

soo the people i wrote a number to...i will respond with the info..i
have the tapes at home so i don't remember the lenghts....( i know for
sure coler me grey is 90 min,,but the rest i have to look at.
so hang on and i'll write you privately....
pooh

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ok,,i went to 12..but she made such a good offer.......;0)
no more..ok...i mean it..
c'mon you old listees..theres gotta be someone else out there who is
willing to help..you'd be amazed at what these newbies will offer to
do...
pooh(who has to go rest up if shes gonna collect)

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date:         sun, 26 apr 1998 11:25:14 pdt
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any other dickensonians out there---

tell barb, twink, don, et al.  *not* to sell my tix. i am coming.  for
sure.  with someone.  we need *both* tickets.  will get there late, 7 or
8.  try to save us seats if poss.  braving bad roads and monsoons. :)
will see you there as soon as possible.
jill
yes i am always this indecisive

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date:         sun, 26 apr 1998 14:27:02 -0400
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i've been doing lots of thinking about this song lately. first, this
reference:      >"hold my head love... find the open hole & press your fingers
there with all your might"
                i personally think its not a reference to sex. i thought that at first,
but i do not think emily would be that blatant. maybe she is sick (ie
throwing up--doesn't she mention earlier in the song something about
alcohol?). it's obvious she is depressed or feeling lonely (alcohol is a
depressant and i can testify to the fact that when you don't see much
sunshine, you get depressed)...then she tells her "love" to hold her head
(or take care of her) and help to keep her spirit from going away, or to
keep her from losing herself (maybe??).
        >she starts talking about being in leeds, and fax papers
under the hotel door... and then boom all of a sudden she's talking about
black churches burning.... so we've crossed the atlantic and landed in the
deep south in a matter of a few measures.
                have you pondered the fact that this may be a journal entry? it sounds
that way to me. i picture her in a hotel room watching tv and their talking
about the churches burning in america. she's merely writing everything she
is seeing and feeling.
        i do have to agree with you on the fact that she does seem to pound on the
piano. she attempts to incorporate decrescendos and more subtle areas, but
the pounding covers it all up. her voice is nice here though. thanks for
listening.
                                                christy :)

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end."
                                                -emily saliers
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date:         sun, 26 apr 1998 14:47:27 edt
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in a message dated 98-04-24 18:27:25 edt, you write:

<< then came "galileo" before
the girls brought everyone out to do another song together and for the life
of
me i can't remember the name. pam, do you remember?  i was really caught up
in
the moment and even thought i sang along and knew all the words i couldn't
tell you one of them right now.... then the grand finally "closer to fine"
with everyone and nancy singing about  philosophy and beards hanging to
knees.... it was a night i will remember forever. >>

great review, chris!!!  the song was graham nash's "teach your children well,"
and it was amazing to see all that talent on stage together singing that song!
in addition to their own set, ig also came out and did, i think it was three
songs with nanci griffith at the end of her set.  i have the review from the
dallas morning news and will post as soon as i get time.  ig was clearly the
hit of the evening and the review makes that point strongly (indigo girls act
of choice at last night's benefit!)

one of the many amazing moments of the evening was graham nash singing "simple
man," then telling the story about how he broke up with joni mitchell in the
morning, wrote that song in the afternoon, then played it for the first time
that night in san francisco and looked out into the audience to see joni
sitting in the front row, listening.  it gave me chills....

beautiful evening all the way around <sigh>

peace,

pam

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if you've already sent me discs for the ua show and you have
previously sent me discs for the b&jnff and loms discs then
you'll find that you'll already have disc 2 of the ua show
(see the previous post about it).

so what i can do is:

1) put disc one (or disc two) of the warfield/the mountain show
   and send it back.
2) just send the extra disc back with nothing on it.
3) ? open to ideas.

to everyone who's sent me discs for b&jnff, loms *and* ua show
please send me e-mail telling me what you want to do.

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the two listees who were sending me filler shows for the
live on mountain stage discs have actually ended up allowing
me to get another dual cd set available.  both shows are
excellent quality and they fill out a two cd set with about
70 minutes on each.

the shows are:  the warfield, jan 27, 1998
                live on "the mountain", kmtt from crocadile cafe,
                seattle

setlist:
(disc one)
(the warfield)
5:20, hey kind friend
5:26, power of two
4:55, dead man's hill
4:34, least complicated
4:39, shame on you
0:27, (misc banter)
4:14, the wood song
1:08, (misc banter)
4:05, cut it out
2:53, wish you were here (cut it out/wish you were hear are actually
       one song, but i broke them into tracks but if you listen from
       the beginning of cut it out they are continuous with no pauses)
3:45, get out the map
4:31, shed your skin
5:40, ghost
5:31, don't give that girl a gun
0:16, (misc banter)
3:27, it's alright
4:24, thin line
4:56, winthrop
total: 70:11
(disc two)
(the warfield)
0:47, some weird harmonica thing, sounds like barking?
9:51, chickenman
4:54, galileo
5:32, romeo and juliet
1:12, (misc banter)
2:56, blister in the sun
4:59, closer to fine
(live on the mountain)
0:31, (introduction)
4:34, shed your skin
0:20, (misc banter)
3:35, get out the map
4:37, don't give that girl a gun
0:40, (misc banter)
6:26, caramia
4:24, shame on you
1:16, (misc banter)
5:21, everything in its own time
0:19, (misc banter)
2:57, scooter boys
0:17, (misc banter)
4:54, galileo
0:31, (wrapping it up here on "the mountain!")
total:  70:53

if you want these discs then send two blank recordable cd-r's to:
rick hodgin
481 beverly drive
zionsville, in  46077
usa

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date:         sun, 26 apr 1998 14:42:35 -0500
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everyone who's snail-mailed me their cd-r's will be happy to
hear that they're all done and i'm sending them back to you,
except:  brenda soucy.  one of her cd's is bad and i'm waiting
on a return e-mail from her.

but everyone else, here is what you ended up getting:

1st one - ben & jerry's newport folk festival 1992
          73 minutes, 50 seconds
setlist:
----
4:24, world falls
4:43, pushing the needle too far
5:08, crazy game (totally awesome version)
0:16, (introduction of drummer)
4:49, welcome me
4:02, hammer & nail
5:42, love's recovery
3:51, land of canaan
5:45, summertime
4:18, joking (pre-rights of passage version, nice to see how it progressed)
5:26, ghost (another pre-rop version, very different harmonies on it)
5:08, kid fears (the audience sings)
6:13, prince of darkness
0:38, (encore request)
6:02, watershed
0:39, (waiting for the band to come back on)
6:07, uncle john's band
total: 73:50

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2nd one - live on mountain stage, 1997?
          universal amphitheatre jan 30, 1998 (disc 2 of 2)
          70:14
setlist:
----
(universal amphitheatre)
4:17, let it rain
9:29, chickenman
5:08, galileo
0:39, (encore request)
1:00, (charity information)
5:06, love's recovery
0:16, (misc banter)
3:05, blister in the sun (a damned near perfect version)
0:19, (misc banter)
5:19, closer to fine
(live on mountain stage)
0:39, (introduction)
3:39, get out the map
5:37, don't give that girl a gun
0:44, power of two (take one, emily is capo'd on the wrong fret)
5:02, power of two (take two, she nails it baby!)
5:10, everything in its own time (very haunting)
8:34, chickenman (nice harmonica)
5:26, kid fears (from rinac arena show, jan 30, 1998)
total: 70:14

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if you want disc 1 of the universal amphitheatre show then
send a blank recordable cd-r to:
rick hodgin
481 beverly drive
zionsville, in  46077
usa

if you've already sent me two discs for the ua show then
see the followup post about the next dual-cd set i'm offering.

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date:         sun, 26 apr 1998 22:38:20 -0700
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in my lyrics/idea post, i wrote:
i agree with those of you who have said that the styles of amy and emily
are so different, it's hard to compare.  i've always felt that emily
speaks through subtle metaphors that catch you when you're not expecting
them, and then you go, "hey, what'd she just say?  wow."  the woman, as
a poet, blows me away, let alone as a musician/singer.  and amy manages
to hit you over the head with powerful imagery, it's like a punch in the
stomach, sometimes.  or an arrow to the heart.  so i was thinking,
wouldn't it be interesting to see if you could write in one of their
styles?  and then i thought, hey, it would be even more challenging to
take a topic and try to write two songs, one amy style and one emily
style.  same song, two different styles.  it would be interesting if
they tried it, i wonder if they ever have?  anyhow, i'm excited, i think
i'm going to try.  if anyone else wants to try,
i'd be fascinated to see the outcome.

okay, so i did it.  i'm not saying i did it well, but i did what i
could.  i took as the topic our discussion re: not knowing where to stop
in discussions on ig and their lives, and their dislike of such stuff
from the fans esp. on the net...
so here's what i ask of you, just to see if i succeeded at all in
catching their styles - let me know which you think is the amy version,
and which you think is the emily version.  that these are not remotely
up to par with their lyrics is a given, so don't bother sending
constructively negative messages, i know i know...

thanks in advance for your input...

vampire light

i'm trapped in the net
well, where is the spider?
i'm trussed up center stage like a bullseye
i'm cold and i'm wet
but the fear is inside her
my fugitive's learned, she's learned how to cry

chorus:
your love is my fear
my fame is your burden
the moon shines too sickly,
a vampire light
you're leaching my bones
when i gave you my spirit
my music is crying,
can you,
can you hear it?

the fan is blowing
sometimes an ill wind
the desert's dry-song is calling my name
it's raining daisies
i'm drowning in it
my boundary is here - i'm staking my claim

chorus, etc.

come on in, the door is open
dinner's read, table's set.
everybody's coming, welcome,
i don't even think we've met
on a bus or on the street,
at the office, bank or mall
bonded by humanity, it's
al for one and one for all.

chorus:
so i can sing you my soul
i'll sing you my soul,
i'll feed you my love and my faith and my trust.
but when night falls, the dance is over,
thanks for visiting us.

i'm glad you liked the song, the dance,
i'd love to have you stay.
but i'm out of mattresses, and i need my time away
from the party, from the music,
the collective human soul,
hiding in my private closet
till it's silence makes me whole...

chorus:
then i can sing you my soul...


bridge:
every song must have it's silence
every sentence has its pauses,
the welcome mat, yeah it says welcome
but it needs a few sub-clauses...

chorus, etc.....

hope you enjoyed it - oh, and kathleen, thanks for the support with the
idea.
michal

"i do it for the joy it brings,
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<html>
in my lyrics/idea post, i wrote:
<br>i agree with those of you who have said that the styles of amy and
emily are so different, it's hard to compare.  i've always felt that
emily speaks through subtle metaphors that catch you when you're not expecting
them, and then you go, "hey, what'd she just say?  wow."  the
woman, as a poet, blows me away, let alone as a musician/singer. 
and amy manages to hit you over the head with powerful imagery, it's like
a punch in the stomach, sometimes.  or an arrow to the heart. 
so i was thinking, wouldn't it be interesting to see if you could write
in one of their styles?  and then i thought, hey, it would be even
more challenging to take a topic and try to write two songs, one amy style
and one emily style.  same song, two different styles.  it would
be interesting if they tried it, i wonder if they ever have?  anyhow,
i'm excited, i think i'm going to try.  if anyone else wants to try,
<br>i'd be fascinated to see the outcome.

<p>okay, so i did it.  i'm not saying i did it well, but i did what
i could.  i took as the topic our discussion re: not knowing where
to stop in discussions on ig and their lives, and their dislike of such
stuff from the fans esp. on the net...
<br>so here's what i ask of you, just to see if i succeeded at all in catching
their styles - let me know which you think is the amy version, and which
you think is the emily version.  that these are not remotely up to
par with their lyrics is a given, so don't bother sending constructively
negative messages, i know i know...

<p>thanks in advance for your input...

<p><b>vampire light</b>

<p>i'm trapped in the net
<br>well, where is the spider?
<br>i'm trussed up center stage like a bullseye
<br>i'm cold and i'm wet
<br>but the fear is inside her
<br>my fugitive's learned, she's learned how to cry

<p>chorus:
<br>your love is my fear
<br>my fame is your burden
<br>the moon shines too sickly,
<br>a vampire light
<br>you're leaching my bones
<br>when i gave you my spirit
<br>my music is crying,
<br>can you,
<br>can you hear it?

<p>the fan is blowing
<br>sometimes an ill wind
<br>the desert's dry-song is calling my name
<br>it's raining daisies
<br>i'm drowning in it
<br>my boundary is here - i'm staking my claim

<p>chorus, etc.

<p>come on in, the door is open
<br>dinner's read, table's set.
<br>everybody's coming, welcome,
<br>i don't even think we've met
<br>on a bus or on the street,
<br>at the office, bank or mall
<br>bonded by humanity, it's
<br>al for one and one for all.

<p>chorus:
<br>so i can sing you my soul
<br>i'll sing you my soul,
<br>i'll feed you my love and my faith and my trust.
<br>but when night falls, the dance is over,
<br>thanks for visiting us.

<p>i'm glad you liked the song, the dance,
<br>i'd love to have you stay.
<br>but i'm out of mattresses, and i need my time away
<br>from the party, from the music,
<br>the collective human soul,
<br>hiding in my private closet
<br>till it's silence makes me whole...

<p>chorus:
<br>then i can sing you my soul...
<br> 

<p>bridge:
<br>every song must have it's silence
<br>every sentence has its pauses,
<br>the welcome mat, yeah it says welcome
<br>but it needs a few sub-clauses...

<p>chorus, etc.....

<p>hope you enjoyed it - oh, and kathleen, thanks for the support with
the idea.
<br>michal

<p>"i do it for the joy it brings,
<br>cuz i'm a joyful girl" - ani</html>

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date:         sun, 26 apr 1998 16:06:05 -0400
reply-to:     michael dorfman <maddorf@eden.rutgers.edu>
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i've got 2 extra tix to tomorrow's va. slam. first person to answer gets
em.  their $38 ea., same as what i paid with ticketmaster fees and all.
let me know if interested. i should get back to you by later tonite.
enjoying todays rain,
  mike d.

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hey everyone ...

well after meeting up w/melsouth yesterday afternoon - sweetie that she is,
she drove down to my house and picked me up - we headed off to yale not
knowing what would transpire ... i know new haven well enough to get around,
so we parked and walked up towards the music blaring from "old campus" ... we
saw the bulky security dudes guarding the gates and decided to cruise the area
first to see if there was any other way to get in .... we stopped and grabbed
a couple of poland springs and asked everyone we made eye-contact with if they
were yalies and going to spring fling - but noooooooo !!!!! finally we ended
up back at the high street entrance and watched about 4 yalies busting on
roadies - something to do with coke .... and mel walked up to one of 'em and
asked if they would walk us in ... and score !!!! "we're in" !!! high fives to
the chick who did it and off to the food area ... we cruised around and snuck
into what looked like the freshman dorms behind the stage to use the
facilities ... then watched from behind the stage til halfway thru shaun's set
(mel - "buh-bye shaun") ... and waited and waited and waited - til finally -
my guess about 9:15ish a & e graced the stage and broke into land of canaan
...

set list to the best of my recollection and not in any particular order:

land of canaan
it's alright
three hits
get out the map
gone again
least complicated
thin line
shed your skin
power of two
scooter boys
i don't wanna know
galileo
chickenman
let it be me
....i'm drawing a blank ... there was another song .... help me ...

encore:
kid fears
closer to fine

anyways - i'm at my aunts house using her computer cause mine is still in the
shop ... warranty work !!! ugh -it takes sooooo long !!!

i'll write more from work tomorrow !!!!

chris

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date:         sun, 26 apr 1998 16:21:27 -0000
reply-to:     melissa singhaus <msinghaus@msmisp.com>
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i will help newbies out with their collection. i do not have many, but i
have a lot of good ones. write me for my list? missy

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i'm getting e-mail about my (confusing?) offers:

here's what i'm offering:

1) b&j newport folk festival, 1991
2) universal amphitheatre disc 1
3) universal amphitheatre disc 2 + live on mountain stage
4) the warfield disc 1
5) the warfield disc 2 + seattle "the mountain" kmtt boot

so you can figure out what you've already sent and then tell me
what you want if they're in the mail right now.  so far i've *only*
received requests for b&j and loms.  so if you've sent out ua discs
they're still en route.

but tell me which shows you want since everyone who originally
sent me a disc for loms now has disc 2 of the ua show.  you can
figure out how many more discs you need to send me to get them
all.

i'm really sorry if this is confusing.  but the above list is
what i'm offering.  based on what *you* have sent you can figure
out what needs to be done.  send me e-mail telling me what you
want to do with any discs that are already in the mail.

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date:         sun, 26 apr 1998 23:50:06 -0700
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to all -
sorry i sent the lyrics/idea message in text and html - oops.  rick
informed me (thanx), it won't happen again.  sorry..
michal

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date:         sun, 26 apr 1998 15:16:16 -0700
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here is some valuable information i found that i wanted to pass on for others-

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

amazing facts about cds
- jointly developed by sony in japan and philips in the netherlands in 1980, they
were first introduced to the consumer market in 1982
- the cd was originally designed to contain up to 74 minutes playing time on one
side - long enough for the entire playing of beethoven's fifth symphony, plus applause

- when viewed from the top, rotation is clockwise at speeds from 200 to 500 rpm
- cds are "read" from the center to the outer edge - the first track at about 500
rpm and the last track at about 200 rpm
- this spiral track of digital data can contain over 650 megabytes of information
and extends about 3 miles in length
- there are 20,000 tracks per inch on a typical cd, or about 40-60 tracks in the
width of a human hair
- 33% of the data on a cd are audio signals - the rest are instructions to the cd
player in the form of sub-codes, synchronization, modulation, parity, merging, etc.

- there is also enough room on a typical  cd to store up to 700 digitally encoded
still photos, liner notes, sheet music, interviews with the artist, etc.
- future developments may include a two-sided disc to double existing playing time


here is a cool web-site where i found out how to fix  my scratched cds with no
products to buy.
check it out!

http://people.goplay.com/cddoc/

peace to all


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i agree with those that say that sots is not their favorite album.  i
would add, however, that it's fun to see the true influence of an album
on future albums.   i wasn't that wild about nis, but now when i go
back, i probably prefer it to rop (don't throw things at me, now).

favorite overall:  swamp ophelia.

as for amy songs vs. emily songs, well, i think that emily songs require
a more "sensitive production touch" which may have been lacking due to
the girls' production inexperience.  emily songs flourished under peter
collins.

just my .02.

melissa

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please email me about a boot i probably owe you...
          peace,
           sharoane

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okay, here's an idear for a new (hopefully fun, nice and happy) thread
which i don't remember covering in recent history:

what is your favorite guitar solo by emily (or amy..."shame on you rocks!)?

after revisiting 1200 curfews this morning, i'd have to say the em's
craziness on "land of canaan" rises to the top of her solos, just for its
sheer excitement and precision.

anyone else wanna play?

justin

p.s.  -- extra-jiggy shout-outs to my friend arin, who i think is on the
list (why don't you ever post, arin?)

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i have a really strange (kind of creepy) ig story:

last night i was at my good friend's fraternity semi-formal.  it was
really yucky outside -- lots of heavy rain, some thunder, etc.  anyway, we
got back to the house and the power was out.  it really kind of sucked
(even though the candlelight was nice, we couldn't listen to music).  for
a while, we all sit in the dark.  then my friend jarred came up to me (he
is so cool!  he loves the girls, not as much as i do, but he loves them,
and not many guys here do).  he was like "how was the kentucky show?"  so
i told him.  i ws like "yeah!  they played power of 2".  then he goes,
"speaking of which, i hope the power comes back on soon."  i looked at him
and we both started singing "adding up the total of a love that's true,
mulitply life by the power of two."  as soon as we finished (i mean, like
less than a second) the power came back on!  i looked at him and said "i
guess the indigo girls really are goddesses."  very coincidental, but who
knows. . .  kinda spooky!

:-) karen

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*"so we're okay, we're fine, baby i'm here**
*to stop your cryin', chase all the ghosts**
*from your head, i'm stronger than the******
*monster beneath your bed, smarter than the*
*tricks played on your heart, we'll look at*
*'em together then we'll take 'em apart,****
*adding up the total of a love that's true**
*multiply life by the power of two." indigo*
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hey all,
well, i'm finally back on the list after about 5 months out of the
country.  i've been lurking for a week trying to catch up on things, but i
still have some questions for y'all
        what ever happened to the rtpr tour?  and has there been anymore
info on the new cd?
that's probably all old news by now so maybe someone could email me
privately?
also, i unfortunately missed the airing of the ellen episode with the
girls and the tree of the boot of the girls at the daughters of the moon
sisters of the sun booksigning.  if anyone would be willing to trade with
me i'd be ever so greatful.
and lastly, as a coming home present, i'll copy some "essential boots" for
the first 5 people to email me privately.
peace,
java

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jazzfest is really great as is new orleans so if you're thinking of
going go! cuz i'm going to be there!!! *l*  the homepage with
information is:
http://www.nojazzfest.com

lamia

"love's a sweet kind of pain, it can give you wings to fly
then it drags you on down"
--emily saliers

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hey all

great show--but it'll go down in my personal history as the night of the
brownie incident.  yuck!  details available on request; sorry if i was a bit
wonky, folks!  thank you mel south for saving my compadres and me
seats!!!!!!  my first time on amy side!!!!  thanks for posting the setlist,
mike r.; and yes, amy really is sweet on him--this is the umpteenth time
i've seen her single him out.
it's alright--great energy from the girls, the audience was eating it up and
projecting it back, and you could tell they were really having a good time.
i had a "shit-eatin' grin" to quote ms. malone, and was soooo excited to
just see 'em walk out there i didn't believe i was there for a second. this
was a familiar sensation by the end of the night.

joking--another awesome lively number.  do you know, the entire audience
knew every word to every song and loved the less-famous ones even more or
just as much as the perrenials???  i was really snide before the show,
standing in line, about the wholesomeness of the dartmouth students (too
much fresh air and hard work, i concluded), but they sure made for a stellar
audience.  well-behaved, appreciative, nice voices, and sweet-smelling!  as
far as finishing schools go, darty's got it down pat.

get out the map--bouncy.

3 hits--i think i've heard this every show i've been to (someone with time
can verify that), and every time is brilliant, esp. montreal lilith, but
friday was super special.  i really need a boot to relive this one.  i think
the lack of the band made this song even more powerful y'know?  cuz while i
adore sarah's jamming and sometimes like jerry's drummin', it was neat to
just hear the words for the first time and really *hear* amy.  especially
"well the first two/might release you/but the last one/sings in me son" and
then that nnh-nnh-nnh they do with the guitar after that, that was really
*cut* well, am i making sense?  she really defined the chords and the line
breaks.  probably cuz she didn't have a band hanging on her every note--very
expressive.

hammer and a nail--okay, my other brilliant observation was that amy's got a
hell of a partner up there!!!!  ms. emily saliers really made me stand up
straight and take notice friday!!!  she was kicking that night.  emily
sometimes seems like she's going through the motions, like she's sick of her
lyrics, but with h&an, 10k wars, and leeds, she put her whole energy and
force behind the lyrics with an earnestness that was simultaneously adorable
and energizing.  she believed what she was singing.

shed your skin--i was dancin'.  "come on over now" has acquired a hand
gesture indicating the same...um...yum....  i'll be right there, hon!

10k wars--okay, here is where i began to feel that saliers was a genius and
that maybe there was something to this emily-person business after all.
then i looked over at ray and "i am smitten" like michael stipe for courtney
love.  ;)  she intro'ed the song with something like "i've been thinking
about old loves long gone" (can anyone remember this egg-zactly?) then she
ripped into it (wouldn't have imagined her ripping this one, would ya?)
ohhhh....and i think they had the lines "try making one and one make one
(one and one make one)/ twist the shapes until everything comes undone"
close to holiness.  my word.  "one and one make one..."  ah....  how
beautiful is this lyric?  every note...
she got especially intense when she was singing "the evil ego and the vice
of pride", all twisting her face up like catie curtis when she's singin',
and she actually sounded all mad at ego and pride!  yeah, em!

i don't wanna know--i wonder if they played this, thinking of michelle
malone...  that third mic looked really forlorn...please, people, if you can
spare $5, help that girl out with her medical expenses.  if you need
details, ask devil-moon@smoe.org.  i missed my chance to hear wild horses
again live.  :(

power of two--i think it was power of two where they let us have a whole
verse to sing--the audience had beautiful voices.  it was like singing with
a choir of indigo angels.  the girls were delighted.

tried to be true -- they were a little nervous doing this sans band, but it
was typically brill.

leeds--i used to think emily was banging cuz she didn't know how to play a
piano, but the *way* she banged it friday was really meaningful--she was
angry and that banging was an expression of her frustration with the
situation--especially cool was her *speaking* "it's no conspiracy!"  and her
tone was like "sh'yeah, right!  as if!"  let's riot, grrls!

wish you were here--i know and love this song from a boot, but why didn't
y'all tell me how cute she is singing it????  grrrrrreat!  i think they
coulda done more wailing with the guitars though.

gone again--she only did it cuz she heard me yelling for it.  hee.  :)  she
must think her fans are freaks when we're calling for new stuff--i think
katrina (hey sugar, where ya lurking?! ;) had a "nueva senorita" sign and
ame said they couldn't do that one right now!  anyway, i never heard a girl
say "kakadu" and play a mandolin and drive me wild at the same time, but
that's amy for ya.  watch for the little looking up/sheepish grin part when
she gives the junkie girl all her money for a kiss and some poetry; way
cuter than the one she does on shame on you--as if she ain't just blushing
and getting embarassed by righteous latinas anymore, now she's out on the
street kissin' junkies and swappin' rhymes!  what an awesome thing to blush
over.)

whattdya know?  no shame on you!!!!  i was surprised yet thrilled; it'll be
even more welcome next time.

luv y'all,
(natural) h(igh) grrl

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i have the 60 min. color me gray and i heard there is also a 90 min. on
what is the difference between them? is there anyone willing to copy the 90
min. one for me. missy

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hey folks,

this is an old article but i don't recall seeing it here before
and it's got some worthwhile stuff in it.  it's from sonicnet -
http://www.sonicnet.com/ (search for "indigo girls").

happy happy,
sherlyn

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[ tue., dec 23, 9:00 pm pst ]

indigo girls plan political songs for next album

singer emily saliers wants to 'rock out.'

addicted to noise correspondent lisa arthur reports :

the indigo girls will spend much of the next six months on the road --
touring the u.s. and australia -- but they're already writing songs for
the follow-up to 1997's shaming of the sun.

if the early compositions are any indication, the new album will sound
much different than shaming, perhaps the most musically adventurous of
the atlanta folk-rock duo's six studio efforts.

"i've been hearing [indigo girl] amy [ray] work on her songs, and she's
leaning more toward really stripped-down, acoustic folk music," said
ray's professional partner, the usually folkier emily saliers.

as usual, saliers, 34, and ray, 33, find themselves on opposite ends of
the musical spectrum. "i want to play electric guitar more than ever,"
said saliers. "i want to rock out. we're always polar opposites."

ray's solution: "well, we'll do two records."

she says it with a laugh, but a double disc hasn't been ruled out.

the pair plan to hit the studio in the fall, after wrapping up their
current tour and playing a three-week stint on the 1998 lilith fair
summer tour. they're aiming for a spring of 1999 release for their next
album.

ray -- the grittier, edgier of the duo with the alto voice -- said the
latest musical-polarization won't be a problem. "i'm looking at
something really stripped-down, but if emily wants to rock out, she can,
and i'll be there for her," ray said. "and if i want to do folk she'll
be there for me. we're very lucky to have that with each other. and it
works, too."

"stripped-down" would be a departure from shaming of the sun -- which
debuted at #7 on the billboard top 200 album chart last april, marking
the girls' highest entry ever. it featured an eclectic mix of
instruments -- stinging stratocasters, banjos, bazooki -- and riffs
reminiscent of everyone from the beatles to midnight oil, from nirvana
to gladys knight.

in fact, a folkier set of tunes would be a throwback to the girls'
earliest efforts, strange fire and indigo girls, which were almost
solely acoustic collections.

shaming was the first album the girls self-produced, and ray thinks
they'll do the same next time. "it's hard to know for sure at this
point, but i think that's where we're heading."

one thing that is certain: the new songs will continue to be
increasingly political. both lesbians, ray and saliers have long
supported gay rights, and shaming featured more openly gay lyrics. the
album also featured "leeds" (realaudio excerpt), about the burning of
black churches, along with songs about discrimination against
immigrants and colonization -- a shift from earlier albums that tended
to focus on the personal politics of relationships.

they've embraced environmental and native american issues, committing
one month of their last two tours to the honor the earth campaign,
which they co-founded. they've raised about $500,000 for the effort.
"we've gotten more political and more blunt, certainly," ray said. "and
i think it will continue. i think the older we get, the more outspoken
we get."

she doesn't worry about getting burned out from taking on the ills of
the world. "i can't think about that," said ray. "maybe our audience
will burn out on it, but i can't think about that either. our audience
is very open to that stuff and to learning different things and to
supporting us."

but the hopeless romantics among their fans shouldn't fret. at a recent
concert stop at the house of blues in orlando, fla., ray played one of
her new songs, a very quiet, almost-country ballad about an old indigo
girls staple: longing for a lost love. it left the up-until-then-rowdy
crowd hushed.

saliers predicts that she still has a few ballads left in her, too.
"the political vein will continue because it becomes impossible to
separate that part of your life from the work," she said and then
paused. "but i'll probably always be thinking and singing about love."

[tues., dec. 23, 1997, 5 p.m. pst]


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rainbow green presents
the summer sun music festival

may 29, 30, 31 - val du lakes, mears, mi

featuring:

zero, merl saunders & the rainforest band, ekoostik hookah,
the disco biscuits, karmic, next stop willoughby, third coast reggae,
deep space six, uncle booby, jarimelo, the jawas, electric magi,
plum loco, one step beyond, and face.

tickets are $30 in advance which include access to all music and
three nights of camping, onsite!

call 1-800-585-3737 to order tickets or for nearest ticket outlet.

vending is permitted for everyone.

for more information, please link to the rainbow green website at:
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david said:
although, i also dont see why anyone on this list would care. i dont
care.
>
well, i would only care b/c it seem like whenever there is a blond and a
brunette involved a redhead isn't far behind! and as of this afternoon
i'm a redhead again so...*giggle* ya never know...once the blond dumps
her (or was it the brunette? i forget) she might need a redhead!
*giggling* i hope ya'll know i am completely playing here...
there is absolutely nothing serious in this except for my hair being
red..*l* this is practically nigc...

lamia


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ah, yes lamia, but, i'm a natural blonde!!
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it definitely made my day to open up the latest digest email and see an
article i wrote for addicted to noise (sonicnet owns them) posted. and with a
compliment from sherlyn. thanks!!!!!

>>date:    mon, 27 apr 1998 11:00:45 +1000
>>from:    sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
>>subject: ig article at sonicnet

>>hey folks,

>>this is an old article but i don't recall seeing it here before
>>and it's got some worthwhile stuff in it.  it's from sonicnet -
>>http://www.sonicnet.com/ (search for "indigo girls").

>>happy happy,
>>sherlyn

>>===
>>[ tue., dec 23, 9:00 pm pst ]

>>indigo girls plan political songs for next album

>>singer emily saliers wants to 'rock out.'

>>addicted to noise correspondent lisa arthur reports :

>>the indigo girls will spend much of the next six months on >>the road --
>>touring the u.s. and australia -- but they're already writing >>songs for
>>the follow-up to 1997's shaming of the sun.

>>if the early compositions are any indication, the new album  >>will sound
>>much different than shaming, perhaps the most musically >>adventurous of
>>the atlanta folk-rock duo's six studio efforts.

>>"i've been hearing [indigo girl] amy [ray] work on her songs, >>and she's
>>leaning more toward really stripped-down, acoustic folk >>music," said
>>ray's professional partner, the usually folkier emily saliers.

>>as usual, saliers, 34, and ray, 33, find themselves on >>opposite ends of
>>the musical spectrum. "i want to play electric guitar more >>than ever,"
>>said saliers. "i want to rock out. we're always polar  >>opposites."

>>ray's solution: "well, we'll do two records."

>>she says it with a laugh, but a double disc hasn't been ruled
>>out.

>>the pair plan to hit the studio in the fall, after wrapping up  >>their
>> current tour and playing a three-week stint on the 1998 >>lilith fair
>>summer tour. they're aiming for a spring of 1999 release for >>their next
album.

>>ray -- the grittier, edgier of the duo with the alto voice --  >>said the
>>latest musical-polarization won't be a problem. "i'm looking at
>>something really stripped-down, but if emily wants to rock >>out, she can,
>>and i'll be there for her," ray said. "and if i want to do folk she'll
>>be there for me. we're very lucky to have that with each >>other. and it
works, too."

>>"stripped-down" would be a departure from shaming of the >>sun -- which
>>debuted at #7 on the billboard top 200 album chart last >>april, marking
>> the girls' highest entry ever. it featured an eclectic mix of
>>instruments -- stinging stratocasters, banjos, bazooki -- and riffs
>>reminiscent of everyone from the beatles to midnight oil, from nirvana
to gladys knight.

>>in fact, a folkier set of tunes would be a throwback to the girls'
>>earliest efforts, strange fire and indigo girls, which were almost
solely acoustic collections.

>>shaming was the first album the girls self-produced, and ray thinks
>>they'll do the same next time. "it's hard to know for sure at this
>>point, but i think that's where we're heading."

>>one thing that is certain: the new songs will continue to be
>>increasingly political. both lesbians, ray and saliers have long
>>supported gay rights, and shaming featured more openly gay lyrics. the
>> album also featured "leeds" (realaudio excerpt), about the burning of
>>black churches, along with songs about discrimination against
>> immigrants and colonization -- a shift from earlier albums that tended
>>to focus on the personal politics of relationships.

>>they've embraced environmental and native american issues, committing
>>one month of their last two tours to the honor the earth campaign,
>>which they co-founded. they've raised about $500,000 for the effort.
>>"we've gotten more political and more blunt, certainly," ray said. "and
>>i think it will continue. i think the older we get, the more outspoken
we get."

>>she doesn't worry about getting burned out from taking on the ills of
>>the world. "i can't think about that," said ray. "maybe our audience
>>will burn out on it, but i can't think about that either. our audience
>>is very open to that stuff and to learning different things and to
supporting us."

>>but the hopeless romantics among their fans shouldn't fret. at a recent
>>concert stop at the house of blues in orlando, fla., ray played one of
>>her new songs, a very quiet, almost-country ballad about an old indigo
>> girls staple: longing for a lost love. it left the up-until-then-rowdy
crowd hushed.

>>saliers predicts that she still has a few ballads left in her, too.
>>"the political vein will continue because it becomes impossible to
>>separate that part of your life from the work," she said and then
>>paused. "but i'll probably always be thinking and singing about love."

[tues., dec. 23, 1997, 5 p.m. pst]


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sherlyn posted an article from
> http://www.sonicnet.com/ (search for "indigo girls").
which had the provocative statements:

> "stripped-down" would be a departure from shaming of the sun -- which
> debuted at #7 on the billboard top 200 album chart last april, marking
> the girls' highest entry ever. it featured an eclectic mix of
> instruments -- stinging stratocasters, banjos, bazooki -- and riffs
> reminiscent of everyone from the beatles to midnight oil, from nirvana
> to gladys knight.

i did notice the the beatles influence on my first listen, i think it was one
of amy's rockin' numbers sounding like george harrison, and not being at all
familiar with gladys knight and midnight oil, i couldn't say for sure, but
nirvana???  um, where???  anyone else hear this?  damn, but at least this
reporter didn't pigeonhole them as "over-earnest sixth-formers" like that one
english twit reviewer (and i'm english myself so don't be offended :).

nirvana...?

new topic: what band/singer blew your mind recently?  somebody you didn't
expect to love and now you need every album?  me, i just got
jimi hendrix: the ultimate experience and i am so wowed.  he's the precursor
to everyone.  my last one was veda hille, and before that it was tribe 8.
thoughts?

if you're reading this going, "if she has time to email, why isn't she taping
my boots" then know that my equipment is all downtown and i'm out in acton,
ma, soooo you'll just have to be patient some more.

luv y'all, peace love and curry

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in a message dated 98-04-26 23:35:37 edt, hhusted@bu.edu writes:

<< new topic: what band/singer blew your mind recently?  somebody you didn't
expect to love and now you need every album?  >>

rush.  i never expected to like them, but i had to spend over 3 hours
listening to them today and now i must have them.

peace, harmony and indigo,

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sarah & i are just a bit miffed.  a detroit area radio station is airing
the lf cd right now.  scooter boys "finished" a few moments ago.  now,
the song stopped right before it seemed like it was going into a soc.
does anyone know if the lf people did this, or do you think the radio
station did.  it most definately did not end right...very abrupt.  no
sort of ending.  do you think amy didn't want a soc to be recorded?  i'm
sure if that was the case...they could have easily picked another song
for the cd.  i'm just soo unhappy & feeling slighted by my fave radio
station.  of course if  its the cd i will be equally un happy.  i guess
the reception could have gotten bad for a moment & i missed the ending,
but we went from jamming  to complete silence (no crowd noise) to next
song.  grr.  so...does anyone have this cd, and does this happen on it?

love,
  ~carol~

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n- do i need
apostrophe
t- need this torture
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hey all!!

rarely do i watch mtv (it's that commercialism/sell-out/lousy tuneage
thing, imho) but i was just mindlessly flipping through the channels
(trying to avoid the tragedy here in my little college town that has
been on every station since friday,) and saw tori amos gracing the
airwaves on 120 minutes, and had to stop. (i have a small tori amos
fixation.)

following her new single was this chick named beth orton.  she was
great!! acoustic, soothing, with a neat, find of funkadelic beat
lingering in the background.  kinda reminded me of marianne faithfull
and ferron mixed together...

i believe when the cash starts flowing i will be headed to media play to
pick up her latest album called beth orton ep.

anyone else ever heard of her???

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hey guys, long time...

about the whole nirvana piece, i never actually heard the girls and thought,
"yknow, this sounds like nirvana a bit..." because really, the girls kick way
too much ass to be compared to nirvana. (not a knock to nirvana, i actually do
like them, just saying that i think the girls and nirvana are on very
different levels, musically). anyway, i was trying to think of ig songs that
were nirvanaish, and i thought about "shame on you" with that basic guitar
line, and that reminded me a lot of nirvana songs, how they are very basic and
easy with only a few riffs or chords or whatever. also, maybe shed your skin,
thats also pretty simple...

anyone agree or am i just babbling?

love and mint chocolate chip ice cream,
tara.

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too
sexy
to
be
straight.
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uhm, yeah.  well, lizzy (one of the quiet listees) and i tried to go to
that dickinson show.  "tried" being the operative word.  the weather,
unfortunately, had different plans for us.  heh.
the loverly rain and puddles of water on the pa turnpike decided that we
were to hydroplane, start to spin towards the cement median, attempt to
swerve out of the skid, only to hit the median anyways, and with such
force that we spun 180' the opposite way, across two lanes of highway
(*facing* the oncoming traffic), then crash into the outer metal
barricade, thereby spinning us again, 360' this time, but in the right
direction, whereupon we went careening onto the embankment, turfed the
grassy hill, and somehow stopped, smoke fuming out the front of the
crunched grille, a good 30 feet or so away from the highway.
so uhhh if ya missed us at the listmeet...
blame it on the rain, yeah, yeah.
we really wanted to meet you guys... /:(

both of us were wearing seatbelts, so no (visible) injury.  lizzy hoke's
vw, however, is pretty mangled.  so send her some good wishes and warm
fuzzies if ya don't mind...

...and the moral of the story, folks, is:
it is not worth getting dead over amy ray.  no matter *how* good she
looks in that jcs video, right lizzy?  a-yup. ;)

...and the lesson to be learned in this, guys, is:
if ya ask yer eat n' park waitress for an "i-just-crashed-my-vw"
discount, she'll give you drinks on the house.

jill, trying to remember em's line about crying your eyes out if ya
didn't laugh about it....

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i wrote:
>lizzy hoke's vw, however, is pretty mangled.  so send her some good
>wishes and warm fuzzies if ya don't mind...

and forgot to add:
her addy (i think): elhoke@amherst.edu


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was i bounced off the list?

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i just slept over 10 hours last night (please dont hate me!;) and dreamt
dreamt dreamt. and at one point, we were having a ig list convention!! it
was a big big thing, we were staying at a beautiful hotel, and there was a
lot of activities planned... sherlyn was in charge of it all... in fact
the only image i got left of this dream is sherlyn in an escalator...
okay, so you all know i have weird dreams now!

july ;) ...(cathy, i didnt see you last night at the convention... i hope
you'll be there tonight! ;p  )

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any one have a boot that doesn't have her insane banter between tunes
cut out? i wanna hear what she said again..cuz it was cute..just like
ani

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i realize that the taken-as-sexual lines in leeds have been beaten to
death, so i won't go there. :)  but i personally feel that the piano
works perfectly for the song.  yeah the keys are being rather beaten on,
but that just emphasizes the emotion in the song.  it's intense stuff
she's talking about, and the piano playing reflects that intensity.  i
don't feel that it has anything to do with emily being a "novice" piano
player.

another thing about sots.  what's wrong with ulali??  i saw them as the
opening act for the girls last year during the "honor the earth" tour,
and they were amazing! (a concert i got stood up for...but that's
another story :)  honor the earth, a native american cause, only makes
sense to have native american music right?  yeah it's very different
from mainstream music, it's even very different from other "traditional"
musics, like celtic music (which rocks)  what about it/them do people
not like?
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<< new topic: what band/singer blew your mind recently?  somebody you
didn't expect to love and now you need every album?  >>

dar williams! :)

(rush is pretty great huh? i have yet to hear something they do that i
don't like!)

lamia

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hey kids, i think that perhaps we've lost sight of one very important
thing here in the ol' amy's and emily's private lives discussion.

amy ray and emily saliers -- the two women who are the indigo girls, for
whom this list was founded -- asked us not to talk about their private
lives.  period.  end of story.

shouldn't that be enough to quell these discussions?  there shouldn't
even be a debate about this, imho.

i've read the arguments that amy's statement was made a long time ago.
i don't care if she made the statement in 1970, she still made it and it
still stands.  they were very famous in 1994, just like they are now,
and she knew very well the ramifications of a bunch of people discussing
her band -- that her personal life and the personal life of her partner
and best friend emily would be brought up.  she knew what she was
talking about.  and doesn't this debate prove just how well she knew
what she was talking about?  the woman's not stupid.

i've read the arguments that they're famous and with fame comes a lack
of privacy.  they're "big girls" and understand what fame means and can
handle these discussions.  i don't buy that one, either.  if we claim to
respect them as much as we do, how can we justify the ol' "it's the
price of fame" argument?  they have specifically asked us not to discuss
their private lives!  how can there be any justification of doing so
after such a request?

i've also read the "amy said it herself in an article so the topic is
fair game" argument.  amy's allowed to talk about whatever she wants in
an article.  if she thinks it's appropriate to divulge for whom she
wrote a song and what that person's name is, then more power to her.
but that's where it should end.  why does that mean it's open season to
speculate as to the cause of the breakup or to who she is dating now,
etc. and so on?  if amy wants to talk about that, it's amy's business.
not ours.  we can re-print the article for all to see, but speculation
into amy's and emily's private life is not up to us.

the bottom line is, they've asked us -- specifically the people on this
mailing list -- not to talk about their private lives.  whatever their
reasons being, they've asked us to refrain.  as their "most devoted"
fans, we owe them this.

imho.

-kate  :o)

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date:         mon, 27 apr 1998 09:43:18 -0600
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aries:
an aggravating situation may try to get you down today but just resolve
to take it in stride and not let it ruin your whole day, let alone your
whole week. this is something that a little cool headed thinking will
dispose of in a short time. news from afar gladdens your heart.

happy birthday to the following!

april 27
tawaz@facstaff.eisc.edu (terese walz)

april 30
llevy03@emory.edu (lori levy)


may

may 1 ('71)
markt@iinet.com.au (mark tovey)

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***please email me at joanne.cusick@cexp.com        ***


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you're just an empty cage, girl, if you kill the bird"
-tori amos

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date:         mon, 27 apr 1998 10:57:09 -0500
reply-to:     dan perkins <dan@tcdrs.org>
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>kate wrote
>>>i've read the arguments that amy's statement was made a long time ago.
>>>i don't care if she made the statement in 1970, she still made it and it
>>>still stands.
>
>and...
>
>>>>i've read the arguments that they're famous and with fame comes a lack
>>>of privacy.  they're "big girls" and understand what fame means and can
>>>handle these discussions.  i don't buy that one, either.
>
>kate,
>
>you are so right on here. i believe that some people are just using these
>"arguments" to rationalize continuing to discuss a&es personal lives because,
>they want to discuss the personal stuff.
>
>if you want to discuss amy and emily's personal lives ask yourself this. how
>would you feel if you asked a friend not to tell anyone something about you
>and then the told everyone? not only told all your other friends but took out
>a freaking ad in the freaking newspaper?
>
>amy and emily have asked us not to discuss their personal lives and i think
>we owe it to them to respect their wishes. i said it before, we don't have to
>choose to be a part of the problem. we can choose to be a part of the
>solution.
>
>it's a choice. you either choose to respect the wishes of a couple of people
>who have enriched all our lives so very much.... or you choose to disrespect
>them and ignore their pleas in an effort to satisfy your own curiosity.
>
>personally, i think it's an easy choice. how about you?
>
>
>peace,
>dan perkins
>
>"if the world is night, shine my life like a light"
>               -emily saliers

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date:         mon, 27 apr 1998 12:10:57 -0400
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i haven't seen a set list posted from last night, and i didn't actually
manage to get one, but some of the highlights for me were nashville, world
falls, i don't wanna know (in place of thin line), virginia woolf, the cut
it out/wish you were here mesh, and the new kakadu song. also, on least
complicated, emily sang "and i got you that ring but i'm still not cool"
instead of "cause i never was cool", which was cute.
some of the lowlights: getting crushed up against the door in the pouring
rain for 1 1/2 hours...dickinson is going to get a nasty letter from me.
they could have been handing out tickets all day (cause we were there in the
rain all day). instead, at 6 pm they started the will call lines on opposite
sides of the entry line, causing mass confusion and door rushing. everyone
who had been there all day got squashed into the middle by everyone who had
arrived more recently. the soundchecks were running late, so we had to stand
in the crush for over an hour, even when the lightning started up (woudn't
that have been pretty bad press- "2000 indigo girls fans electrocuted as
current travelled from one wet body to another".) they really did only have
two options for letting us in without starting a stampede: throwing open all
the doors and assuming everyone had a ticket (especially since all of our
tickets had nearly disintegrated by then) and nobody had a gun, or letting
us through *one at a time*, which is what they did. we got fully frisked,
and we were informed that bags weren't allowed in. i told the guard that i
had been in line all afternoon, and that i wasn't about to give up my place
to go back to my car, but she stood firm. i asked her if it was okay if i
tossed my bag into a corner, and she said yes, but she wouldn't be held
responsible if it got stolen.  later, i went back and asked if i could take
it in, since it had my inhaler and my water, and they told me i could take
the inhaler, but not the water! do they *want* people to faint? anyway, i
finally got the bag and the water in by saying that my pockets were drenched
and i needed my tampons too- that got sympathy :)
halfway through the show, the girls asked us if we needed water, like they
did at umbc, and had security pass cups back...sure would have been easier
if they had let people bring in their water bottles.
anyway, it was a great show,  i met lots of cool list people, and now i'm
late for work.

sarah
spinsker@goucher.edu

p.s.shawn mullins was cool. dave patterson has some awesome midi guitar
effects, like virtual banjo...i asked shawn and he couldn't remember what
type it was, but if anyone knows, i couldn't identify it- some kind of
roland unit, i think. julie and the drummer from his band stood on risers
behind the girls during closer to fine and did dance moves and took pictures
of the audience, which was funny. i asked sully a question and she told me
she couldn't talk right then, but she would be outside to answer it in a few
minutes, but i was too cold and wet to stand outside long enough to meet her
out there...

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> << new topic: what band/singer blew your mind recently?  somebody you
> didn't expect to love and now you need every album?  >>
>
pete seeger.  i mean, i have listened to him since i was literally a
tiny kid and he invited me to meet him when i was eight, but hearing
how bad some of the covers are on the tribute (letter to eve
excluded), i just can t get enough of the bitter and the sweet, live
at carnegie hall, etc.

deirdre

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date:         mon, 27 apr 1998 12:53:45 edt
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hey yall
so this morning i have returned home from what turned out to be not so lovely
carlisle pa.  a hearty good morning to all the listees i got to meet
yesterday, and a special shout out to shannon and bethany for lettin me hang
with them in line, and to barb and twink for listening to me complain when the
line raucous occurred and we were all shoved up against the front.

so for starters i will not bitch too much about the line situation except i
would like to say that the people who organized this show have obviously not
done this before and did a horrible job (cept for the fact they did bring the
girls there)

anyways.  to start off the show, shawn mullins and his band were
great...(except for the rude girls next to me who screamed for him to get off
the stage and bring out the girls...)  i was very impressed, and it was cool
to see julie and dave performing with him... dave was awesome and he had this
cool tuner type device on his guitar much like the one jimmy page uses that
can be programed to detune and change the sound without messing with anything
on stage.  ok i did have a point, at one point it was turned into a banjo and
he did some awesome stuff on it.  julie was cool, saying hi to all of us who
were a little outta control..

onto the girls.  every time i see them it gets better.   they were very
surprised by the crowds energy and looked like they were having a good
time...lots of smiles from amy and emily and lots of cute dancing gestures.

i tried to tape the show (after causing a scene and getting my bag in) but my
tape thingy doesnt like water, and it was so wet and decided to cut off in the
middle.  did anybody  else tape it ???  i saw someone else writing down the
setlist, so i didnt do that either.

highlight... lots of sing alongs and dancing songs: reunion, power of two,
least complicated, get out the map, i dont wanna know, chickenman etc.   amy
was so intense during cut it out/wish you were here, at the end she had this
pained look on her face like she was gonna burst into tears...gotta love
her...  emily was great on guitar all night, cept she messed up the galileo
solo and it was real cute.  after hearing the australia boots and  amy;s new
song gone again (still not sure of the title) i i hoped she would play it and
she did...i was excited, i love that song.  sandy garfinkle was also there to
play harmonica which was a cool bonus.

ok i  think i have said enough, i need a nap...
peace
sasha

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date:         mon, 27 apr 1998 13:12:45 -0400
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melissa ferick definetly!!  she is absolutely amazing!!

-jules

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date:         mon, 27 apr 1998 09:55:47 pdt
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>>another thing about sots.  what's wrong with ulali??

*g* i think this comment might be towards me b/c i had said that when i
first heard leeds i thought that ulali detracted from the song, (and i
still do although i've gotten used to it!)
maybe i wasn't clear in saying that i actually like ulali a lot, just
not on leeds! :)  when i got the honor1 cd i was totally blown away by
"all my relations"! and i would've bought their cd except that i'm a
lowly high school student and have *little* extra money with lilith fair
coming up and all..*g*

so i for one say: there's absolutely nothing wrong with ulali!!! *g*

lamia
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then it drags you on down"
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date:         mon, 27 apr 1998 12:59:47 -0400
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hey, people!

i don't post too often but after last night's show at dickinson i felt
compelled to.  wow.  that was a killer setlist.  i'm giving it from memory
but i saw lots of you writing it down so someone can correct my mistakes.
in no particular order:

        shame on you - they opened with this one, surprise.
        least complicated - lots of audience participation.
        nashville!!! - hearing this live was so wonderful - a first for me.
                it sounded great so they must have been practicing.
        reunion
        get out the map
        love's recovery
        world falls - yes!  i finally got to hear this live.  my favorite
                hiking song.
        cut it out/wish you were here - i love the transition between these
                two.  amy sounded great - her voice was so on tonight.
        ghost - beautiful as always.  unfortunately a few over-zealous fans
                behind us were shouting along with emily... kinda obnoxious.
        don't wanna know - they seem to be doing this at all the shows
                michelle was supposed to open for.  :(  lots of people
                were shouting "how's michelle?" but no answer.
        it's alright
        virginia woolf - wow, this and ghost in the same set.  emily,
                you're amazing.
        galileo - mega-hyper audience participation on this one.  yikes.
                i couldn't hear the girls at all.
        chickenman - with dueling harmonicas.  sandy garfinkle was up
                there (sounding great; he joined in on nashville and a few
                others too) along with dave ellison.
        gone again - i love it!  amy said they were still working out the
                kinks in this one but it sounded excellent to me.
        closer to fine - shawn mullins and co. joining it, with julie
                and the drummer doing a funny dance with tambourines,
                and julie taking photos of the audience.

ok, did i forget anything?

we waited in the pouring, freezing rain for 6-1/2 hrs.  i never knew i
could be that wet.  lots of nice people in line though (especially andi and
jess and jen :)) passing out pizza and cupcakes and smiles.  we got to hear
a short sound check - all i caught was three hits.  very late, too - they
didn't start it until 5:30 or so.  but i have to say i've never seen a more
poorly organized event.  it was truly dangerous.  sarah told you all about
the fiasco getting the tickets and getting in to the show.  so after that
awful experience we (andi, jess, jen and me plus the nice cupcake people in
front of us, plus joy and justinee and jude - hey all you "j" name people,
what's up?) were happy to manage to be in the front.  shawn mullins (w/
dave & julie from lift) opened.  i've never heard him before but i was
impressed.  and dave can play one mean guitar.

we were pretty much packed in like sardines at the front there.  when we
first got in we were all wet and freezing (lots of people were buying
shirts just to have something dry to put on!) but after a while it got
incredibly hot and humid in there.  the steam rising off our bodies was
amazing - like special effects.  thank you girls for passing out water - we
needed it badly.

amy & emily seemed pretty happy even at the start of the show but the crowd
really seemed to energize them.  they said several times over how
unexpected the crowd's enthusiasm was - amy said "you're like a saturday
night crowd."  a few songs into it amy started chewing on her fingernails
and said "i've already broken two nails.  that's pretty good.  for us, not
you."  oh, i like it when they're happy.  it was a great show for me.  just
about a perfect setlist, just the two of them onstage, and their voices
were really really on.  the audience was pretty cool (except for some
extremely drunk people behind me, and the over-enthusiastic singing at
inappropriate moments and high-pitched screaming at every possible
opportunity).  afterwards, sulli went wild tossing out many many picks
(alas, none for me).  then a small crowd (maybe 20 people) waited outside
by the bus and got big smiles and waves from emily and amy getting on the
bus, but no autographs.  oh, and no fashion report - they have worn the
same thing every time i've seen them in the past year and a half.

so thank you to the nice, soggy people who made waiting in the cold rain
all day more enjoyable.  it was well worth it.  and i know at least 2 of
you were booting the show... and thank you and many apologies to andi & jen
& jess for getting lost on the way home again - it seems to be my destiny
to get lost on the way home from ig shows.  (but jen, i have your pick.  it
didn't get sucked up by the vacuum cleaner...)

stephanie

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date:         mon, 27 apr 1998 13:23:00 -0400
reply-to:     all amerikan grrrl <swood@satie.arts.usf.edu>
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anyone going to the show tomorrow night?
email me!

st-st-st-st-st-steph

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date:         mon, 27 apr 1998 13:35:56 edt
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some people were asking what happened to danny from 1200 curfews and this is
what they said at the patriot center. 12/11/94 (my first show !!!!!!!!!!!!)
anyways...this is what they said.


e:  i wrote this song thinking about danny, my little boyfriend from 6th
grade.  he gave me a ring, a little love nod ring.  i was so proud of it, i
thought i would give him one back and i went to woolworth's and i bought him a
big, fat ring, like a little fake high school ring.  and it wasnt protocol, i
guess it wasnt the right thing to do.  big mistake in love, and i learned
early.

a: marked you for life i dare say

e: marked me for life !!!!! anyway, i dont know what danny's doing now...

a: he's uh...

e: (laughing) he's not having as much fun as i am !!!!!!!

a: we can say that, they're family friends

e: yeah they still live up the street from mom and dad....

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date:         mon, 27 apr 1998 10:39:49 pdt
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hey friends....my final paper for my poetry class is going to be on
"love's recovery". i can dissect, analyze, theorize, and include my own
personal thoughts (or your thoughts) in as much depth as i can within
the constraints of five pages. i have quantity but i'm looking for
quality. i want to add other people's points of views and insights. not
really personal meanings or how the song relates to your own life, but
more globally how you can relate and why you think she chose the words
she did etc. etc. etc. e-mail  me privately with your thoughts guys.
sooooon! thank you...and i loved seeing some of your faces at
dartmouth...melsouth, sus, jennie korn...and all! so strange to know
each other by screen names! hahaha.. :) cate

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like the trees we grow all different all around..." *sung by emily


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date:         mon, 27 apr 1998 14:28:10 -0400
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<< new topic: what band/singer blew your mind recently?  somebody you didn't
expect to love and now you need every album?  >>

two bands of late have been in my cd player more than the girls (weird huh?).

cademons call - super cool contemporary christian music.....very popular on the
college circuit (they started in houston i believe).  i someone on the list
emailed me (thanks for the tip on the band :-)) that they are big ig fans too.
very cool band.

also - jennifer knapp - also contemporary christian  - incredible guitar and
lyrics.  reminds me of a cross between amy and emily....the best of all worlds.

thanks - b

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date:         mon, 27 apr 1998 14:25:05 -0400
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>>*g* i think this comment might be towards me

nah, i wouldn't say it was *totally* directed at you. :)  i've had a few
ig fans tell me this, and i seem to remember a few other people on this
list mentioning them in a less-than-fannish way.  i just wondered what
was up with that...native american music is way cool. :)
randy rodriguez
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date:         mon, 27 apr 1998 14:35:26 edt
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hi :)  the concert was awesome!  yeah, the problems with the lines was
annoying to say the least, but by the time i got to the line from where
i parked my car, i was thoroughly soaked so another hour in the rain
didn't really matter all that much.  this was the weekend from *hell*
anyway so i wasn't at all surprised that we had to stand around in the
rain, but i got to see ig so it's all good :)  i didn't hear much of the
opening dude cuz i had to go looking for 2 of my friends cuz they were
lost, but then i found them :)  the girls were great.  they were smiling
and laughing and dancing around and, of course, sounded wonderful.  they
seemed much more into it than at the last concert i went to.  it was
cool.  they played a good mix of songs from all of the albums... i think
it was all of them, anyway.  the highlight for me was world falls cuz
that is my favoritest ig song.  the harmonica solo in chickenman was
good and short.  amy was really intense in cut it out/wish you were
here... looked like she was gonna cry afterwards, from where i was
standing, anyway.  please please please somebody tell me they booted it.
one of my friends didn't come cuz she's seen the girls sooo many times
already.  i don't know about you all, but i don't ever think i will get
tired of seeing them! :)
later,
~jill

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date:         mon, 27 apr 1998 16:50:07 -0400
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ok, my 2 cents on this show...yeah, jill had to find me and my
girlfriend, who had to go back to the car (twice actually) to put shit in
there, so i missed the openers as well.  for a good while we were just
standing there, losing all hope of ever finding them.  it wasn't till the
end of the show that i started finding people...bethany (and shannon from
a distance), sasha (nice shirt), sarah, and other cool folks as well.  i
got a pick, or rather a friend got two and gave me one, and that was very
cool.  oh, the setlist as i have written is this (a tad different from
the posted one):

shame on you, least comp, nashville, get out the map, shed your skin,
power of two, reunion, love's recovery, world falls, it's alright,
chickenman, virginia woolf, i don't wanna know, cut it out/wish you were
here, galileo, ghost, gona again, closer to fine

all in all it was fabulous, though the line thing and wetness (i think
that my feet will never be the same) were bad, and the whole deal with
not being able to bring in anything was bad.  amy and emily were on from
the start, and i was very impressed.  amy was really into every song, and
i know that people mentioned how it looked like she was gonna cry.  the
lighting was very well done...i swear that at a few points it made them
both look like saints...i really liked it.  i liked how the girls kept
saying that our singing was on, and how we energized them...it was nice.
and i never had problems hearing....we were on emily's side fairly
close...though i had a really good view of both of them.  we had a few
signs among us, and they were cool.  i think that amy saw her happy
belated bday sign during shame on you, but she really acknowledged it
during least complicated, which was cool :)  the kazoo sign...they both
saw it, and both pointed, and later were whispering to eachother and
pointing in our direction, but in the end shawn mullins and everybody
came out and we didn't get to go up :(  but it was still very cool.  i
think that they got a kick out of it.  i played the kazoo anyway...just
from where i was. :)  i was psyched to hear nashville...a surprise, and i
nearly peed myself during ghost.  anyways, it was awesome :)

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date:         mon, 27 apr 1998 17:12:37 -0400
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hey all
no one forwarded me the list of lilith fair performers with the dates.  i
know someone must have saved it!  please?
thanks
lori

ps.  i just really need to know who/if the ig is playing july 10. =)


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hi,

<< new topic: what band/singer blew your mind recently?  somebody you
didn't expect to love and now you need every album?  >>

dan bern.   after hearing him maligned on the dar williams list for a
week, and knowing that ani loved him.  i figured i had to hear what it
was all about.    : 0

the opposite of this for me, by the way, is ani herself.  i expected to
love
her music, and i still really like everything about her - except
listening to
her music (with a couple of exceptions).  i haven't seen her live though,
maybe that would change my mind.

>(rush is pretty great huh? i have yet to hear something they do that i
>don't like!)

after not listening to rush (and basically not even thinking of them) for
about
10 years, i saw the new  re-mastered copies of their old albums in the cd

strore the other day and  bought 3 of them. totally off the cuff.  i
definately
would include them on my guilty pleasures list  (which is a pretty long
list, actually).

for those of you who thought i had disapeared all togeather, i'm still
around  : )
though, after not reading for a while i come back to an igc vs. nigc
debate, and
people saying that it is ok to talk about the indigo's private lives.
really, sheesh,
reminds me why i stopped reading.

- harry

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date:         mon, 27 apr 1998 09:27:09 -0400
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the illustrious john hill of charlottesville's acoustic sunrise played
scooter boys from the lf cd a few days ago (i think my daily call and
request for indigo girls music has finally gotten to him and he's just
started playing it in hopes i'll stop bugging him...) and yes, it did stop
right in the middle of the song.  i was wondering if he did that just to
spite me (ha.) but i guess that's how it is on the cd.  sucks.  i'll be at
my friendly indie record store tomorrow at opening time to buy the cd, you
can be sure...
                                        stephanie
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hey everyone!
        i've been off of the list for almost a year now, mainly due to the
fact that i was studying abroad in london...
        anyways, i'm back in north carolina and i was wondering if anyone is
going to see the girls at memorial staduim in chapel hill this
wednesday?  its going to be an awesome show- its an "acoustic duo"
performance, i've heard...
        and also, a bit of nigc- does anyone have the chords to michelle
malone's "counting stars"?  i really love that song, and would love to be
able to play it- or any other michelle malone stuff....  (please respond
to me, personally, if you have this, as i'm not subscribed back on the
list *yet!*)
        thanks!  happy days!
        -mandy

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must have bands you never thought you wanted

a friend gave me a copy of her live cd.  i heard them on the radio and
thought their songs were cool, but after listening to the cd, i admit i
think they are pretty good.


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date:         mon, 27 apr 1998 06:15:43 -0400
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> << new topic: what band/singer blew your mind recently?  somebody you
> didn't expect to love and now you need every album?  >>
>hi,
i've seen dar and pete seeger mentioned on this list today.  what a
convenient seque - for those that are not aware, both artists will
perform together on conan (don't know the name of his show) tuesday,
april 28.
elaine

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what an awesome show!!!!!! i must say the girls where totally amazing...
unfortunately, i didn't get to meet any of you guys there because i,
too, got stuck in the rain on the turnpike!
fortunately, no accidents happened...a few were very close tho...
but because of the rain, we didn't get there til about 7.
we kind of snuck into line and were still able to get a good spot once
inside...but we weren't up front like most of you :-( i am very jealous
:-)
anyway, if anyone taped it...i will give anything to get a
copy!!!!!!!!!!!!

that's all for now...
i am not good at giving reviews so i will leave that up to the pros! :-)
-leigh ann

ps. that was the best damned water i ever tasted :-)

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i saw amy do this song twice last weekend (once in memphis at the soundcheck
and once in starkville during the show, as a prelude to scooter boys).   but
i'm not really sure that she's saying faye or fred.   i was under the strong
impression that she was saying fred, but now i'm not so sure.

this is how i heard the song, as she sang it in starkville:

on the night they killed fred tucker
i was gambling away my last dime
well i pulled down the lever
and i sent up a prayer
that my luck would not be denied
that my luck would not be denied

i said roll out the head of fred tucker
never you mind what they say
well you may be reborn
but it just got you scorned
that's what you take to the grave
that's what you take to the grave

well mister wants you to live now
and the governor wants you to fry
and whatever it was
that you thought might occur
they've got something else on their mind
well they've got something else on their mind

well if you live they'll make you campaigner  ??????
if you die they'll make you look brave    ??????
either way it goes down    ???????
where you got some  ?????
i said that's why killing don't pay
i said that's why killing don't pay

i said what did you learn fred tucker
what will you take from this world
yeah, well mercy could prove us
but nothing would move us
to rise above just being cruel
to rise above just being cruel

scooter boys and argentinians................

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memememi wrote:

> i saw amy do this song twice last weekend (once in memphis at the soundcheck
> and once in starkville during the show, as a prelude to scooter boys).   but
> i'm not really sure that she's saying faye or fred.   i was under the strong
> impression that she was saying fred, but now i'm not so sure.

i haven't heard the song but just from reading the lyrics you reprinted
(thanks!) this is definately a reference to karla faye tucker, and she had to
have been saying 'faye' and not 'fred.'

looks like amy's against the death penalty, eh?

:o)

-kate

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date:         mon, 27 apr 1998 19:06:39 -0400
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<<<< new topic: what band/singer blew your mind recently?  somebody you didn't expect to love and now you need every album?  >>


hey there,

gotta take the opportunity to plug my favorite local band from the great city of minneapolis. tina & the b-side movement has a couple of indie albums and one major label release, "salvation." but you really need to see these guys live to really appreciate them.  they're playing in madison on 5/7, chicago on 5/8 and minneapolis on 5/9. and they have a new album coming out on sire/elektra the beginning of june. come to think of it, if any of you were at the mpls show last fall, this was the group amy & emily brought on during their set to sing "fall from grace." go see 'em. you won't be disappointed, i promise!


:) kate.

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on mon, 27 apr 1998, elaine f. bean wrote:

> i've seen dar and pete seeger mentioned on this list today.  what a
> convenient seque - for those that are not aware, both artists will
> perform together on conan (don't know the name of his show) tuesday,
> april 28.

   that's great!  for everybody's information, it's the late night
with conan o'brien show, on nbc right after leno.  the 12:30 slot
lets him get away with stuff that would get leno or letterman sued ---
honestly, he's got the freshest humour on tv, as well as the best band
(max weinberg seven - many of the members are original members of
springsteen's e street band).

   darius

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make crosses from your lovers, throw roses at the rain..."
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ok, so who booted this show?  you know that we're all waiting for it.
please let us in on it.

kate

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date:         mon, 27 apr 1998 18:27:47 pdt
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does anybody have the paul mccartney video, "strangle hold"   i'm told it has jerry marotta playing drums in it.  please email me privately.


kim & rhea

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to identify the cage?
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can anyone tell me the ticket prices for lilith at deer creek?  i know there
are different sections at deer creek, so whatever information anyone has
about any of the sections, i would be very grateful if they passed it on to
me.  thanks in advance.
                                                   -kate

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at 08:34 am 4/27/98 -0700, kate wrote:
>hey kids, i think that perhaps we've lost sight of one very important
>thing here in the ol' amy's and emily's private lives discussion.
>
>amy ray and emily saliers -- the two women who are the indigo girls, for
>whom this list was founded -- asked us not to talk about their private
>lives.  period.  end of story.
>
>shouldn't that be enough to quell these discussions?  there shouldn't
>even be a debate about this, imho.
>
right on.  that's exactly how i feel.  and yes, i guess this is a "me too"
message, but i didn't read enough messages that were in support of this.  so
way to say it kate.  i guess all great kates think alike.
                                                   -kate

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date:         tue, 28 apr 1998 10:31:12 +1000
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hey folks,

this was advertised on the newsgroup (alt.music.indigo-girls) -
they have a few cd singles and promo stuff, as well as the
regular albums for sale.  i have no affiliation, of course,
just fyi...

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lots of indigo girls promo cds for sale, including club r&r and breaking
curfew.  we carry tons of other stuff, too.  visit us by following the link
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basically, "what they said"!

the whole thing was poorly managed on the part of the college.
andy (the security guy) told don that this was the first concert like
this that they'd ever had.  we tried to find out who to write to, in
order to complain about the way things went outside before the show...
but andy didn't know much & his suggestion was to complain to the record
store.  but i still got the impression the record store had no idea that
dickinson wasn't going to come thru with the tickets and that they were
pretty ticked off about that too.

thanks to don richards for all the pizza & hot chocolate & coffee...
heck, it was even good hours later when it was cold & somewhat
waterlogged!  thanks to katherine for deciding to get that tarp... don't
think we'd have lasted all day out there without it!  hey to heather (so
great to finally meet ya!), alison, jen, sasha, bethany, deb, joellen
(who i bumped into at the hotel the night before the show)... and
everyone else i probably met & don't remember!  special thanks to
whoever it was that had the boom box... that kept us from being totally
bored, soaked, and cold all day.  this way we were singing, soaked, and
cold!

the weather on the drive there & back was beautiful... which made the
rain & cold while waiting in line even worse! i'm getting way too old
for this... the crush of the crowd was totally out of control & i was
worried that someone was gonna be seriously hurt.  apparantly, the folks
slowly letting us in one-by-one, weren't concerned about that at all!


okay, enough crabbing...
twink!
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i will cry if nobody got a tape of the whole thing...i really will!!!

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thanks to all who overwhelmingly recommended living in clip as an intro to the
wonderful world of ani!! i just got it in the mail today and have been
listening to it as i read all the posts today - she's great!!
leslie

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hey,
on the "ani topic... i recomend "not a pretty girl" as a 1st cd as well..
that was my 1st cd i got... or else "like i said" has a wide variety of
songs as well... but really in my opinion, all of ani is amazing (like her
atlanta show- another story).... speaking of which.. was anyone there?
love ya'll.
chels

at 09:16 pm 4/27/1998 edt, you wrote:
>thanks to all who overwhelmingly recommended living in clip as an intro to
the
>wonderful world of ani!! i just got it in the mail today and have been
>listening to it as i read all the posts today - she's great!!
>leslie
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hey,
i was wondering if anyone's going to music midtown.. also... i have never
been before.. can someone inform me of availibility of parking (should i
take marta).... who is cool that is playing (besides the girls and the
femmes)?  also if i do take marta, where to and where do i get off, help me
please,,,
love ya,
chelsea

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i went home this weekend for my moms birthday, and since its a 7 hour
drive my boyfreind and i rented a car, and brought our car discman along.
i of course brought all of my ig cds, and some of my favorite boots...on
friday morning i did the carpool for my mom, and my four year old sister
wanted to come along.  i got out independent releases vol.1 and started tp
put it in the tape deck. baby jill (my sis) asked who it was. i said the
indigo girls...her eyes got so wide, and a big smile came on her face "the
indigo girls??!!!!  i looooove the indigo girls!!!" she said..i started
laughing, and said "so do i." so i puy the tape in, and she started
dancing, and kind of singing along...it was the greatest thing in the
world...if she loves thrie music, and admires them when shes only 4, i
hope shell follow in their footsteps and do good in her life....just had
to share...
                  with  love, and all things indigo

                                always,
                                   jeanette
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okey dokers...i'm sure you've all read the numerous posted setlists and
crappy weather experiences...what do i remember?! :) cold...very cold.
the highlight of my day was standing in the freezin' rain and nearly
being crushed to death when open door time came...dear lord -- i just
held my breath and hoped that the indigo gods would keep me
standin'...that's the last thing i needed...to die in a stampede of
pissed off people. :) i must say that my violent tendencies erupted when
i nearly clocked a chick who was pushin soooo hard on my body that i
couldn't breathe -- i kept pushin' back and was cursing like a truck
driver...all was well till i got to the door and some big scary chick in
a security uniform felt me up and then told me i couldn't take my purse
in...i think i kinda made a scene, but dude -- she told me to go back to
my car... this is after a six and a half hour wait. wow. i think they
need to make better arrangements next time --
needless to say, i made it in. ;) shan, sasha and i managed to get into
the second row -- pretty damned close to the emilyster...we're talkin'
good stuff. i was really happy with the setlist -- i especially remember
"cut it out/wish you were here." i'd have to say it was the highlight of
my evening, along with "love's recovery" which i had never heard live. i
can't wait to hear a good recording of "gone again..." that tune seems
to have found its way into my heart. ;)
overall, a memorable & wonderful experience...didn't mind the rain (the
"wet look" was pretty sexy on everyone. :), but coulda done without the
cold. it wouldn't have been nearly as cool without the music (yeaaah
prince! i-would-die-for-you...shan?! sasha?! saraaah? :), the
hospitality of mr. don richards (you are so cool!), and the kindness of
his company (the almighty tarp (a.k.a. moving organism) people (heeeey
barb and twink! finally, faces to go with the names!).  thanks for the
fun guys...and shan, thanks for breaking your cigarette...i think that
laughter kept me alive for an extra hour. :)
i could go on forever, but i won't...
bottom line baby -- two biggggg fat thumbs up! i'm glad i ventured 8
hours to carlisle...i got to see amy hike up her pants in a way that
took her a foot off o' the floor -- how cute. :)
i'm lookin' forward to lilith. :)

bethany :)

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i thought i had heard it all until now!! i haven't followed the girls as much
in the last two - three years because they were moving in different directions
musically than i liked. but.... i heard about this list and over the last 2
1/2 weeks or so, my interest has been rekindled.  to make a long story short,
i decided to order 1200 curfews (along with living in clip).  you see, when it
came out, i thought i've got back on the bus and the earlier cds and it just
wasn't in my budget. so it comes in the mail today and i'm sitting here
listing to it while reading the posts and all of a sudden i hear emily and amy
singing tangled up in blue - wow!!  first i'm thinking, this song was written
for amy's voice. then emily, dear sweet lovely emily starts singing the bluesy
section and she just starts belting it out!! my oh my!!! :) be still my
pounding heart!

leslie

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before i get a million emails - i realize that this is dylan's music - i
should have been more specific and said dylan must have had baby amy in mind
when he wrote this song! her voice is perfect for it!
leslie

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if anyone has any info about ani coming to baltimore area, please e-mail me
privately.

thanks,
jenny

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evenin' people!

this is actually a two part wondering:

1- who would be so kind as to forward me that list of riverfest performers
that was posted a while back?

2- does anyone know if riverfest tickets are stage specific as well as day
specific?

that's it!  thanks so much for your kind replies!!!!!

caroline

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hello indigo fans,

well, i've been lurking for a while, so as not to be the annoying
newbie, but i think it's time to post.  thank you to everyone who sent
kind thoughts my way about my car wreck.  it was my first, and
terrifying.  jill remembers it much better than i.  all i remember is
losing control and spinning...  my poor vw is in the process of being
checked out by insurance people for damage.  i'm praying it is
reparable.  it's my first car, and i've become very attached to it in
the meager 6 months i've owned it.  in case you were wondering, it's a
beautiful black '95 vw golf.

so, there are so many different things i want to fit in here.  first,
does anyone know of a boot of the columbus, ohio december '97 show?
i've been trying to find one forever cause it was my first concert, and
holds a special place in my heart.  very special.  any leads would be
very appreciated.

on the leeds note... to put in my two cents:  leeds was originally one
of my favorites off sots, and seeing it in concert was amazing.  it was
the only time i sat down the whole show, and emily's crooning was
beautifully tortured.  and, no, my interpretation is not sexual.  i
definately think it was (yet another) of emily's metaphors.  i love the
fax paper imagery.  like food for the prisoner, or the prospect for the
whore.  although now i tend to flip past it cause it's a bit too
depressing, it's still one of my faves...

okay, i know there were other things i wanted to add, but of course, now
i can't think of them.  i've really been enjoying this list, although
the email is a bit overwhelming at first.  i guess i'm getting used to
it.  luckily i can handle the load cause i'm using netscape and
downloading everything, then figuring out what to keep and what to
dump.  good to be in the company of such kind people and huge fans on
top of that.

lizzy

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date:         mon, 27 apr 1998 23:12:58 edt
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iijust put in rop and my dad walked by the room as three hits was playing, and
said " hey neil young!"
i said,  " he he he , funny"
"who is it ?"
over the loud music i said " amy ray"
my dad's reply?........

" stevie ray??!! "

just thought it was funny,
k bye
val

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date:         mon, 27 apr 1998 20:35:07 pdt
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val wrote:
>...said " hey neil young!"
> i said,  " he he he , funny"
>"who is it ?"
>over the loud music i said " amy ray"
>my dad's reply?........
>" stevie ray??!! "

heh.  reminds me of all my attempts at introducing my family to my
music...:
my stepfather, upon hearing swamp ophelia:
"boy, those women sure are moan-y sounding!"

my mother, upon hearing land of canaan, en route to picking up my aunt
for a family shindig:
"um, you probably won't want to...play that...when auntie ann is in the
car... i don't think she'd like your...music."

my stepmother, hearing amy's voice:
"that's a *woman*?"

my sister, gawking at photos i took of a&e at dayton:
"that's...[points to amy]...a *woman*?!"

my dad, when i asked to borrow his car on sunday:
[bemusedly]:"are you going to see your *indigo girls* again?"

heh.
jill

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i knew i was forgetting something.  i am writing a paper about ig's
musical influences.  the only lead i've got is joni mitchell.  i'm
looking more for older musical influences, that is musicians they grew
up listening to.  but any info would be greatly appreciated.  thank you
thank you thank you!
lizzy

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just thought i would pass this little tidbit along...

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hey everyone,

we have a small question and was wondering if you would take the time
to give us your thoughts.

there are a million retail stores out there and we don't know them all.
well, this is where you come in....tell us where you buy or would like to
buy daemon releases.  chains or indies.

e-mail to revhour@aol.com

include the following:

stores
your name
e-mail
city
state

thanks for the help and don't forget to support your local music
and indie stores!

the daemon staff


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date:         tue, 28 apr 1998 00:36:57 -0400
reply-to:     indigo head <s00.krosenblum@wittenberg.edu>
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from:         indigo head <s00.krosenblum@wittenberg.edu>
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hahaha!  interesting thread.  after reading jill's post, i had to respond.

my best friend from home hates my kind of music (she is into (gag me!)
gangsta' rap and thinks ani is the worst thing that ever happened to the
music industry...).  anyway, over thanksgiving break, we were down in
florida together.  as we driving somewhere, i popped one of my many ig
mixes into the tape deck.  she asked me what we were about to listen to.
i said the indigo girls (she couldn't argue b/c i had just listened to 2
hours of notorious b.i.g -- help!)  anyway, "tried to be true" was on, and
she was like "ummmm...is that a *woman*?"  i was like "yeah".  she just
sat back and rolled her eyes.  it was really funny...

:-) karen

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*"so we're okay, we're fine, baby i'm here**
*to stop your cryin', chase all the ghosts**
*from your head, i'm stronger than the******
*monster beneath your bed, smarter than the*
*tricks played on your heart, we'll look at*
*'em together then we'll take 'em apart,****
*adding up the total of a love that's true**
*multiply life by the power of two." indigo*
*girls (emily saliers)**********************
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*http://userpages.wittenberg.edu/~klrosenb**

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date:         tue, 28 apr 1998 00:43:05 edt
reply-to:     wmntime <wmntime@aol.com>
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i just got back from the virginia slam concert.  this was my first indigo
girls concert and all i can say is that it was a spiritual experience!!!!!  i
got to irving plaza at around 5:00 and there was already a nice line.  they
opened the doors at around 7:15 and the show started at 8.  after
standing--yes, standing--through 2 hours of opening acts, finally the girls
came on.  i was pretty close to the stage, so i got a good view of a&e.

the setlist...oh wow.  i'll try to remember...all of this will not be in the
exact order.

shame on you
it's alright
power of two
shed your skin
caramia
scooter boys
joking
i don't wanna know
galileo
least complicated

cut it out
closer to fine

i know i must have left something out but my head is still spinning.

i never got to see the beatles, who i worshipped 20 years ago.  instead, i saw
groups like heart, run-dmc, the ramones, joan jett, which were all ok,
but...i've been starved for a really great group.  finally, a band has come to
replace my love for the beatles and i am talking about the indigo girls.  oh,
they rocked so hard tonight.  it was incredible and i can't wait to see them
again.

wmntime

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date:         tue, 28 apr 1998 00:50:26 edt
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missed a song from the setlist - they did ghost, also.

wmntime

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date:         tue, 28 apr 1998 00:49:12 -0400
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hey folks,

this is going to be a busy weekend for me!  i am going to music midtown
friday and saturday and will be driving back sunday morning
to catch the last day of nashville river stages.  is anyone else going
to river stages on sunday 5/3?  indigo girls are set to play from 4:30 to
6:00 on the metro courthouse main stage.  shawn colvin precedes them on the
courthouse stage, playing from 2:45 to 3:45.
gates open at noon (all times cdt) and i am expecting there to be a huge
crowd.  my plan is to be there at noon and rush to the metro courthouse
stage and grab a seat (if, like the old summer lights festival, there are
seats).  this means i (as well as those of you going) will have to sit
through the fairfield four's set (which is on the same stage from 1:00 to 2:00)
if we want decent seats, or a good place to stand, for the girls' set.  it would
be great if a bunch of us could meet up early, before the gates open at
noon, and go snag our seats at the metro courthouse stage.  that way, we
could take turns seeing some of the other artists, if we wish, and still have
our seats ('cause some of us would be saving them).  if anyone is interested
in meeting up and hanging out at the show, e-mail me.  i've love to meet some
of you guys!
peace,

joan :-d

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i'll try to do the setlist one last time....it's almost 1 in the morning and i
have to wake up in a couple of hours to get to work.

again, it's not in order, but shame on you was the 1st song.

shame on you
it's alright
power of two
shed your skin
get out the map
caramia
scooter boys
ghost
joking
i don't wanna know
galileo
least complicated
chickenman

cut it out
closer to fine

*********
wmntime

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date:         mon, 27 apr 1998 23:52:41 -0500
reply-to:     rick hodgin <foxmuldr@indy.net>
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subject:      nov? @ columbus and dec @ iu shows (1997)
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i saw shawn colvin tonight (acoustic, by herself with no band,
she was fabulous!) at "the vogue" in indianapolis.

anyways, while i was there i saw a guy booting the concert and
asked him "are you booting this show?" and he said yes.  we went
on talking about it a little and as it turns out he has perfect
dat recordsingsof the columbus show from november?? 1997 and the
dec 9 1997 show i went to.  the other boots i've heard from dec
show were pretty horrible so this will be a total thrill for me!
he purposely buys seats near the speakers i guess to get the
maximum amount of music and the minimum amount of people yelling.

i'm going to get hold of them.  he also has several jewel boots,
shawn colvin (from tonight and another show), other indigo girls
boots and some other stuff.  i'm going to get some information
from him.  he said he's willing to trade with me to have them
put on cd.  i think it's a great deal, for me and for the list.
when i get them i'll offer tape/cd boots to my favorite fellow
listees! :)

isn't this exciting? :)

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*  / | \  *  rick
*  _/ \_  *
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fellow listees,
  i really need your help and am in a terribly depressed state right now.
at the end of the va. slam concert last night, one of the security guards
saw i was booting the show.  he asked to see my tape recorder so in a last
ditch effort to save the copy of the show, i quickly hit the eject button
and the tape fell to the floor next to my foot.  the security guard
examined it, noticed there was nothing in it and handed it back to me, but
someone swiped the tape off the floor.  i expected someone to give it back
when i turned around, but no one did.  please, if you have the tape or
know the person who took it, please tell me.  i won't be angry, i only
wish to retain my copy of the show.  i promise to tape it for the entire
listserv if i can just have my tape back.  please!! i'm begging.
  it was an incredible show.  i'll let someone else give the details, i'm
too upset right now to talk about it. thanks.
mike d.

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date:         tue, 28 apr 1998 02:03:36 -0400
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hey y'all,
it's been a very long while since i last posted...
i went to the va slam! concert tonight by a stroke of luck (thanks erica!)
and so i figured i'd try another boot with the md player that i still
haven't returned to my friend since last year's hofstra show (whoops!).
anyway, the set list was already posted, so i won't repeat things.  if you
want a copy of this, just let me know.  i didn't do a tree with the hofstra
boot because i had the master and less would be lost since everyone got a
first generation, and that worked out well, so i'm going to be doing the
same this time, too.
but, i have to say, scooter boys was kickin some major ass, and cut it out
led right into pink floyd's wish you were here, which i know has been done
in the past, but it still was amazing to hear.
ok, off to bed, have 8:30 class tomorrow

veronica
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
        the further on i go, oh the less i know
        i can only find us breathing
        only us sleeping
        only us dreaming
        only us
        i hear you calling me
        yes, i hear you calling me
        home from the great escape
        yes, i can read you loud and clear
                                        -- peter gabriel
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date:         tue, 28 apr 1998 08:17:57 -0400
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hkf,
when i saw ig in syracuse last september and i bought a hat.  it's gray and
has a maroon hand on the front w/a blue squiggly circle in the center of the
hand.  ever since i bought it i've been dying to know what the hand meant.
does anyone know?

thanks in advance,
lanie

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date:         tue, 28 apr 1998 06:16:40 -0700
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subject:      ig boot page url
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could someone send me the url for the ig boot page?

thanks!
anamaria

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here's my take on the slam! show last night.  oh my!  despite the
looooong hours standing through the line and openers (which weren't bad
overall.  not really impressed with marilyn 5, but the sean mullins
(sp?) band kicked) when a&e came out and the crowd went nuts and "shame
on you" cranked up, somehow my feet didn't hurt much anymore. :)  they
girls were in excellent moods, playing hard and having fun.  we in the
crowd were thanked several times for singing along, whether the song was
a 'singalong' or not!  (my girlfriend commented that mine was "like the
*only* male voice in the crowd." i think she was exaggerating just a
little...but not much :)

cutest moment: playing the intro for "caramia", and emily stops and goes
"whoops.  wrong chord!"  everybody cracked up and amy said "that's funny
because before the show i had said that we hadn't practiced this one and
emily told me 'just let the force guide you'"  we cracked up again, and
the went back into it.

awesome show!  amy's intensity during "cut it out/wish you were here" is
beautiful and terrifying...
randy rodriguez
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date:         tue, 28 apr 1998 09:52:22 -0400
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well, i still have two days to have some brilliant idea for their
contest.. did any of you sent something? all i can say is that their
"rules" are not very clear... so can anyone tell me if it has to be b&w or
color? dimensions? elements to include?
cant live without restrictions it seems... (o  no  no, i can! ;)

july ;)

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date:         tue, 28 apr 1998 10:39:23 +0100
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from:         shayna <sguarnieri@vmsvax.simmons.edu>
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hey everyone,
i got to work today and had my usual 50 or so email messages to read...
most of them from this list... and i just want to say that "talking" to
all of you has been such a great addition to my life. i never had a clue
that anyone else felt this way about the indigo girls.  i was a massive
grateful dead fan and used to discuss the dead with all these people who
were as passionate as i was... when they "ended" it was horrible...
having those people was the saving grace... but i never ever knew that
other people cared, loved, and appreciated the indigo girls the way i
did... until i discovered this list. so, just wanted to send love and
appreciation to all of you, simply for existing.
hope you're having a good day,
shayna

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if anyone's procrastinating at work, do this quick game, kind of fun...

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if you do everything it says in the first 6 lines and do not look at the
answers that follow, you will be amazed at the results!  don't ponder or
try to guess  why,  just answer the questions as they come.  do not look
past the first  6  lines at all what so ever or it will influence your
answers.
enjoy!-do not cheat!!
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *


do not read past the first six lines until you complete the test,
otherwise you are cheating yourself .

first, write 1 through 11 in a column.
in the first and second spaces, fill in any two numbers you want.
in the 3rd and 7th spaces, write down the names of people you are
attracted to.
write anyone's names (friends/family) in the 4th, 5th and 6th
spaces
write song titles in 8, 9, 10 and 11
make a wish.

scroll down......

now here is the key:

you must tell (the number in space 2) people about this game in
(the number in space 1) days in order to make your wish come true.

number 3 is the one you love.

number 4 is the one you care most about.

number 5 is the one who knows you very well.

number 6 is your lucky star.

number 7 is the one you like but won't work out.

the title in 8 is the song that matches with number 3.

9 is the song for number 7

10 is the song that tells you the most about your mind.

and 11 is the song that tells you how you feel about sex.

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date:         tue, 28 apr 1998 11:09:57 -0400
reply-to:     joann melnik <jmelnik@lucent.com>
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anyone know anything about this concert? how do i get tickets?
where is randall's island.. how do i get there?

any info would be much appreciated....

thanks,

peace, love, and all things indigo,

jo
jmelnik@lucent.com

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date:         tue, 28 apr 1998 11:12:38 -0400
reply-to:     randy rodriguez <randyr@dt.com>
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i didn't know there's a concert going on at randall's.  it's a little
island (dustbowl actually) at the spot where the long island sound and
the east and harlem rivers come together.  besides the occasional
benefit concert (the beastie boys did a thing there for tibet),
randall's island holds up the triborough bridge. :)
randy rodriguez
automation department
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date:         tue, 28 apr 1998 11:18:38 -0500
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apparently indigo girls are going to be on a cd that will be a tribute
to the clash:

found this on the web.


    monday, april 27, 1998

    clash tribute will feature no doubt,
    indigo girls, bosstones, and others

    are ya feelin' lucky, punk? the members of the clash should, for the
    hallowed british band is being paid tribute by a host of current
acts,
    some of which can trace their musical lineage directly to the london
    quartet's visionary mix of punk, funk, reggae, and leftist politics.

    "it's been growing for two years, and now it's about to explode,"
    jason rothberg, executive producer of the album, tells wall of sound
    with barely contained exuberance. "in two weeks, no doubt is
    recording 'hateful,' and that should be the last thing we record for
this
    album." artists who have already contributed tracks include such
    obvious spawn of "london calling" and "the guns of brixton" as
    rancid, mxpx, the urge, 311, and the mighty mighty bosstones, in
    addition to less-predictable acts like the indigo girls, ice cube
and
    mack 10, and also silverchair, the members of which were still in
    nappies when the clash called it quits more than a decade ago.

    the project came about when rothberg's lion's pride label (which is
    financed by ark 21 head miles copeland, incidentally) masterminded
    generations 1: a punk look at human rights, a charity album
    which featured strummer on one track. the two became friends, and
    strummer suggested rothberg put together a collection of clash
    songs performed by current bands. the album, straightforwardly
titled
    the tribute, is tentatively scheduled for an august 25 release on
    epic, the clash's american label.

    "it's amazing how much these bands love the clash," rothberg says.
    "for me, because i'm working so closely with joe strummer, it's just
    a kick in the ass. i haven't gotten one track so far that i've been
    disappointed with. some of the stuff is pretty close to home, but
    some of the tracks have really gone in a new direction, musically
    speaking. but even the ones that have taken the biggest chances,
    they've come up solid."

    those tracks, according to rothberg, include a hip-hop-hard rock
    version of "should i stay or should i go" by ice cube and mack 10 in
    a rare collaboration with the group korn. there's also a version of
    "london's burning" by silverchair that rothberg says surprised him.
    "i had approached the band about doing something a year and a half
    ago, but then i didn't hear back from them for a long time. all of a
    sudden i got this tape, and when i heard it, i didn't even know it
was
    them. but i played it for joe, and he really loved it." another
    unconventional track is cracker's take on "white riot." "they did
this
    country version which i think is the most punk thing that could have
    happened to this song," rothberg says.

    in other clash news, strummer and bassist paul simonon are
    currently sifting through tapes in order to come up with a live
album
    for sony u.k. that will likely also see an american release.
    tentatively scheduled for a september drop, the album could affect
    the release date for the tribute. "if it comes out in september,
then
    i'm probably looking at christmas for the tribute," rothberg says.
    "but if they bump theirs to christmas, we'll drop in august."

    the tribute carries with it a charity element, as well-bands on the
    album are donating their points to the los angeles children's
    hospital's high-risk youth program. "the project was not going to be
    a non-profit venture," rothberg says. "but considering the style of
the
    clash and who joe is and how we came together, i just thought it
    was important to incorporate a charity somehow."

    tentative track listing for the tribute is as follows:

    311-"white man in hammersmith palais"
    the urge-"this is radio clash"
    rancid-"cheat"
    mxpx-"jamie jones"
    mighty mighty bosstones-"rudie can't fail"
    silverchair -"london's burning"
    cracker-"white riot"
    ice cube and mack 10 with korn-"should i stay or should i go"
    face to face-"tommy gun"
    moby and heather nova-"straight to hell"
    indigo girls-"clampdown"
    unwritten law-"the guns of brixton"
    no doubt -"hatefu

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date:         tue, 28 apr 1998 12:34:49 -0400
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i am going to the concert in greenville on the 30th and i would just
like to know if anyone else is going and what time you suggest we get
there.  i have never been to a concert that was general admission, and i
would really like to try to get pretty good seats if possible.  i am
sincerely hoping people dont camp out to get seats because i certainly
can't get there that early.  so, if anyone has any advice from previous
general admission concerts, please please please let me know!  =)

thanks so much,
sharon

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dan perkins wrote:

>     indigo girls-"clampdown"
>

i can't wait to hear this one!  i grew up on the clash!  how appropriate.
yay, amy and emily!  i'm so excited now...

-kate  :o)

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hey,
as lilith tickets are soon to be on sale, i'm currently deciding if i am
to go.  this, however, depends on two things: getting a ride down, and
perhaps having someone to camp with.  (safety, mostly, on that last part.)

so! are you planning on heading to the gorge lilith fair (in wa state)?
if you are, and if you're coming from the seattle area (or somewhere
'round there), please privately email me if you'd be willing to tolerate
an extra person in your car and maybe even another sleeping bag nearby.
(although i'm really just desperate for the ride.)  i'll pay for half of
gas, i'll bring food, i'll bring music for the ride, i'll tap dance for
you.  just please let me know so i can start figuring out how to work
the tickets into my budget without starving to death. ;)

thanks,
--ariel
http://weber.u.washington.edu/~bean/
"people dangle their emotional participles all over the place.  but, if
you go ahead and show them something written just the way they experienced
it, all of a sudden it's too scary or strange to comprehend."
        --sarah schulman

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date:         tue, 28 apr 1998 13:31:57 edt
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hey kind friends!
        i was wondering if any of you can help me with a question.  i went to see the
tour dates at the epic center page, and it says that the girls are playing in
randall's island in ny, ny and in elmer, nj at apple farms art center.  i
wanted to know what the deal is on those dates?  i was told once before that
it is going to be part of lillith, but it doesn't say it on the page.
according to the list of dates, lillith doesn't start until 6/19.  any help is
much appreciated.  thanks so much!
love,
alison

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date:         tue, 28 apr 1998 13:33:12 edt
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hey yall
ok so for anyone who might be new or wondering...here's the url to the indigo
girls boot page...

http://members.aol.com/sfried1977/igtapes.html

um...oh yeah, if anyone one else would like to be added to that list please
lemme know.  if you dont have a web page but would like your list up on the
page lemme know and i can get it up there... the more the merrier so email me
privately and i will update the list...

peace
sasha

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date:         tue, 28 apr 1998 13:36:39 edt
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ok me again...
for those of you who's list i have up on my pages...if you have an updated
list please send it my way...thanks

peace
sasha

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hey y'all, sorry about this, but i completely forgot to tell you that the
show will fit on a 90 minute blank.  if you want to set up a trade or
whatever, then just email me.  but if all you want is a copy of this, then
just send the blank and a sase to:

veronica tom
85 ascan avenue
forest hills, ny 11375

i think that takes care of everything

veronica

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
        i was walking down the street
        when i thought i heard this voice say,
        "say, ain't we walking down the same street together
        on the very same day?"
        i said, "hey, senorita, that's astute"
        i said, "why don't we get together
        and call ourselves an institute?"
                                                        -- paul simon
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date:         tue, 28 apr 1998 16:31:50 -0400
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is the may curve out already?  and if so, does anyone know when they
change their website to the correct issue?  they still have the old one
up.

amy
:-)

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hey all,

de-lurking in the hopes that the ever gifted list can answer some
questions for me...i'm trying to decide which liltih fair to go
to...phoenix, albuquerque, or oklahoma city...problem is i have no idea
how to get tickets fo these...does anyone know any phone numbers  i can
call so i can go see the beloved girls (i need anotherfix!)
any help would be grateful....:)

lisa

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yes, the new one came into my mailbox yesterday april 27. as for the
website i dunno. the cover is sandra bernhard and includes the coolest
dyke cities, pretty cool stuff....

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to everyone who's been asking me if there are time limits on
these offers please read this:

i'm doing this out of my house.  i'm not a business or anything
like that.  i'm just a fellow listee who has a cd burner and a
generous nature.

if you can't send out cd-r's this week then send them out next.
if you can't send next week then send them the following week.
i'm not in a rush.  i'm not under some corporate pressure to
churn and burn.  i'm just a human being offering what i have
to others.

if you're interested send me the cd-r's whenever you can along
with a note saying what you want.  that's all.  no time limits,
no expiration dates, no batteries required.  just one person
acting the way he feels all people should act toward each other.
in kindness and face value, something our society is sorely
lacking these years.

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in a message dated 98-04-28 09:51:33 edt, you write:

<< cutest moment: playing the intro for "caramia", and emily stops and goes
"whoops.  wrong chord!"  everybody cracked up and amy said "that's funny
because before the show i had said that we hadn't practiced this one and
emily told me 'just let the force guide you'"  we cracked up again, and
the went back into it. >>

you missed the cutest part!!!  emily said something like, "ok, i'll start from
the middle of the intro"  to which amy replied, "no, start from the beginning,
i want to play it with you."  isn't that so sweet?  ok, maybe i'm overly mushy
about it, but i thought it was such a symbol of their friendship.  anyways,
what a great show!!!  first of all, i love general admission shows, they allow
you to get sooooo close up and it's just so much more fun with everyone
dancing and all mushed together to see the girls.  i love it.  i was able to
get to about the third row which was soooo much fun.  the people around me
were great to be with too. (hey guys!!!)
   i was a little disappointed because they didn't really play any old stuff,
except for i don't wanna know and ctf.  almost the whole setlist was from rop
and sots.  i was very surprised to hear caramia though.... she hasn't played
it since the beginning album tour has she?  i have to say, i liked it much
better without all the string instruments and extra stuff that is on the
album.
   one more treat was that sonia from disappear fear came out and sang a
couple of songs in the beginning.  i was practically pissing in my pants then,
she rocks the house.  marilyn 5 were pretty good, and shawn mullins was ok,
but leslie nuchow (the founder of slam!) was incredible.
   i took a bunch of pictures, so i hope they come out good.  i know i got a
couple of cute amy pics in there :)  at the end, i went up to the stage and
sulli was throwing out picks to the audience, thankfully i got one.
finally!!!!  after three other shows with no success.
   ig shows always leave me drained, emotionally and physically.  i am in
major withdrawl from this one :)  gotta go take a nap.
  ~liz

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holy **it !!!
i never fall for any of the " make a wish stuff"
but you do not know how completly fitting everything was in that!!
geez!! i'm in shock!!
wow
val
thanks that was cool

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i didn't miss that part, i'm just not as much of a mush as you i guess.
:)  i agree that not having any backup band on any of the songs (except
the harmonica for chickenman) made it way cooler.  it was just amy and
emily and a series of guitars, banjos and a mandolin.  and a few hundred
of their closest friends of course!
the ability to stand close was a cool part of the general admission
thing...but i'll admit that the ol' dogs were pretty pooped by the time
the girls hit the stage.  standing for way too many hours....not that it
wasn't worth it...
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just thought this was kind of cool... a local station out of panama city fl
today played shame on you, and afterward the dj said that "that song was by
the folk-rock duo indigo girls, who headlined a benefit concert in new york
yesterday to keep tobacco money out of music."

pretty cool, eh?  even people down here in this little one-horse burg know
about slam.... of course, having top 40 station z96 play indigo girls is even
more cool... what a shock!  this is the 2nd time i've heard them play soy
since they came into existence as a station... both times being within the
last month.

::shuts up::

peace, harmony and indigo,

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  -  novitiate of suzanneglassism
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date:         tue, 28 apr 1998 16:37:22 -0600
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subject:      (nigc) aids walk nyc

hey kind friends,

i wanted to write and let you all know i will be attending my first aids
walk new york on may 17th.  i will be making the trip out from colorado
for the event.  as i've discussed with some list members, i tried to do
this event last year with a family member who had aids, but was unable to
do so.  she has now passed on, but i will be walking in her memory.  this
is also a plea for sponsorship.  i know people have already solicited
sponsorship for aids ride and other events, but i thought i would make an
attempt on the list.  if your interested (even a few dollars), please let
me know.

secondly, if any other ig list members will be at this event, i'd love to
hear from you!

thanks,
lance s. longwell

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hey y'all,
ok, this doesn't really have anything to do with the va slam! boot, but,
since, i only booted two shows, i figured that i'd see if there are any
people who weren't around when i first offered to make copies who wanted a
copy now.  the other show is the march 1997 hofstra show, i don't
remember the setlist and i don't have it in front of me to look at, but i
do know that they played you and me of the 10k wars, and pushing the
needle too far, which was just so nice to hear.  and the crowd was
relatively quiet during the set because they played a lot of sots stuff
before it's release.  anyway, that was on a 100 min tape, so just send it
if you want it to the same address.

veronica


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
        i was walking down the street
        when i thought i heard this voice say,
        "say, ain't we walking down the same street together
        on the very same day?"
        i said, "hey, senorita, that's astute"
        i said, "why don't we get together
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i just have to point out one other cute moment i saw during the concert.
you other guys pretty muched conered the rest. during galileo emily spread
out her arms like an airplane, and tipped back and forth a little. it made
me smile, but then again the whole show made me smile.
rebecca

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i am very much an indigo girls fan and through this list i have learned about
ani difranco.  her recent tour brought her here to tallahassee's moon.  yep.
i wanted to go but because of school commiments i couldn't.  i did get the
chance to pick up  tallahassee's entertainment paper featuring ani.  i got a
few of these and if there are any ani dedicated fans that would like to have a
copy i can send it to you.  i will need a $1, just to handle the postage and
getting an envelope and all.  let me know if you are interested.  the paper is
free and i will not bring in any profit, i am doing this in case there are
some interested folks.  it is a rather good article and has some great color
pictures of her.  reply privately of course.

jillian  :-)

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the concert is the guiness fleadh.  tickets on sale now through
ticketbastard.

take green line subway (# 4, 5, or 6) to 125th street in harlem (note:
not the best part of town).  then transfer to bus #35.  this will take
you over to randalls island.  follow the people.

i went last year.  great food.  great drink (bring 2 forms of id.....i
only had 1 last year).

cheers,
l'sly

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hey folks,

i found this on cnn news...

sherlyn

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various artists ''lilith fair: a celebration of women in music'' (arista)
3.5 stars
sarah mclachlan's lilith fair was last summer's top concert tour, both in
terms of box office and media attention. this two-disc souvenir is like
flipping through a postcard booklet -- it captures the aural images but
not the spirit, which only comes through in the collaborative rendition
of ''water is wide'' by mclachlan, the indigo girls and jewel. otherwise,
we have a sampler that tells some but not all of the story of women in
music circa 1998, with a bit too much weight placed on plaintive
singer-songwriter fare when it could really use a bit more stylistic
diversity.


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new music that's a must have:

i just discovered patty griffin, "songs of our fathers" or something
similiar is the name of the cd.  i heard her song "moses" at 2 a.m. on
the only enlgish radio station in israel, and called to request
another.  the dj put "forgiveness" on, which she thought was less
impressive than moses, but that i found way more impressive - and i'm
hooked.  of course, i can't find the cd for the life of me in israel,
but you better believe i'll get it the minute i'm back in the states.
anyone else heard of her?  i think she was on lillith last year...
how's the rest of her music?  anyone?

michal

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since we're telling ig stories:

i introduced my little brother to ig three years ago.  he laughed and
told me i was too into this feminist/female/lesbian music thing - but i
could tell he liked it.  yeah well - he liked it enough to go see them
in concert this year (but didn't think of booting it).  when he told me
about the concert, he said it was "okay" like he was doing me some kind
of favor.  weeeellll, when i bumped into his best friend last week, we
started talking about our different tastes in music.  he said he liked
male singers more because they tend to have less "pretty" voices and
therefore sing with more soul.  i told him he'd clearly never listened
to the girls, and he said "oh - that's the group your brother went to
see in concert, right?  he said they were awesome, he couldn't stop
raving about them."
not to me, he didn't, but i guess he didn't want to give me the
satisfaction of being right.  ha!
he likes it in spite of himself, bless his macho little heart.  another
conquest for ig!!!

michal

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there's also one in boston on june 7.
this is not a plea for sponsorship (though it is welcome), but more an
encouraging word to walk if you're able, up to it, etc.
and good luck to everyone who's walking!

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does anyone know when the holmdel nj show tickets go on sale?
and has anyone heard about a camden, nj show?
thanks!
meg

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hey all!

i don't know why i didn't post this a long time ago--i keep forgetting i
guess.
i was at this garage sale in san francisco this weekend and i found the old
deneuve with ig on the cover for 35 cents. :)  (i found some other cool ig
treasures that weekend too, so i was one happy chick) :)
anyway, that deneuve magazine reminded me to tell you all that i have an
extra copy of the *second* curve with the amy article, so if anyone wants
it and *still* hasn't got it, let me know and we can trade for it or
something.
chao muchachitos!!

leslie h.
(i guess i gotta sign my name with an 'h' now since i see there's other
leslies posting out there) :) :) :)

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hi y'all,

got my lilith cd last night at a midnight
sale at my favorite music store, vibes in
iowa city.  last year, the former manager,
who is a huge ig fan, had a cd listening
party for sots and then a midnight sale
of the cd.  he even passed out those
big sots posters, stickers, and album
flats.  well, although he isn't at that
store anymore, they still know how to
hold midnight sales.  no lilith posters
or the like were handed out, but they
did bring out a shitload of album flats
from various artists and told everyone
in the store (had to be close to 100 people) to
take what they wanted.  i grabbed a fair
amount which i thought were interesting
and may offer them to listees in a future
e-mail.  keep your eyes peeled.  the reason
i'm not offering them now is because they're
in the car still and i don't exactly remember
what i all have.  hold tight.

first, i want to share a few thoughts about
the lilith cd.  to those people who don't
yet have it but were commenting on how
amy's s.o.c got cut off on the radio, i'll just
confirm that the s.o.c got cut off on the cd
too.  yes, it was very disappointing.  it
was awkward to say the least.  i was most
displeased because, at concerts, i can
barely make out what amy is saying during
these improvs.  so, when i heard the song
get to the s.o.c. part, i thought, "cool, i'll
finally get to hear this up close and clear."
no dice.  they cut it.  i suppose sb goes
on forever in a concert, and the cd compilers
didn't want to put too long of a song on there.
well, at least the song, one of my most fave concert
songs, is on there.  let's be thankful for that.
athough i love soy dearly, i don't think i would've
wanted to hear it again.  so many appearances
have got soy in them, including the single
lilith cd that was sold by nine west.
sb is a welcome change.

second, i was struck by the absence of any
black artists on the cd.  there's not a one.
i know lilith had tracy chapman, but she is
among a wee minority, and she isn't on the
cd (boo-hoo!).   why do you all think
sarah m. doesn't schedule many black women
to play lilith?  maybe there are more second-
stage singers  who are black, but i can't think
of any i've seen or heard of.  maybe someone
can enlighten me.

third, if you thought the cutting of amy's s.o.c.
was disappointing, what did y'all think of
the pic of a&e in the cd liner booklet?  emily's
got a good pic.  amy's is massively blurred as
she is playing the guitar in her usually frantic way.
i know they were going for a "feel" with that
picture.  it is sort of representative of how
wild, crazy, and aggressive she gets when
she plays.  that's okay, but i would have loved
to see a clear pic of amy in there.

fourth, the water is wide with
jewel (her only appearance on the cd!)
and sarah m. is the most tremendous thing
about the lilith cd compilation.  it was as good
and beautiful as what i remember from the concerts,
although seeing it live under the stars is much
more moving.  i may be stretching it a bit to
say that the $24 i spent on the lilith cd set was
worth that one song (and ig's sb, of course).
but that's just how much i love the harmonies of these
four women together on this beautiful song.

fifth and last, did y'all notice that the only two
artists who were on the cd twice were ig and
sarah m.?  sarah m is the organizer, so i can see
that, but having the ig on twice says a lot about
their impact on the tour, don't you think?  (to be
technical, emmylou harris was on twice too, but
she just did backup vocals on another song.)

anyone have similar thoughts about these
things?

lisa s. (not d. or t.  :)

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does anyone out there know the chords for this song, or is a master
guitarist and wouldn't mind figuring them out?  i am not talking abything
fancy, just bare chords...i can go from there.  i really love this song,
though, and would love to play and sing it...really cool phrasings and
melodies.

so, thanks a lot.

alisa  (o) (o)
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does anyone know for sure when the individual tickets go on sale for the
lilith fair at pine knob in michigan.  i heard it was may 2, but i don't know
if that has been confirmed. thanks,

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i don't know how many people know about patty griffin, but if you haven't heard her, you
must.  she is incredible.  her album is called "living with ghosts" and all of the songs
on there are just great - my favorites are "every little bit" and "poor man's house" - it
helps that the songs are easy and fun to play on the guitar, too.  she has a new album
coming out in june called "flaming red" that is supposedly much more plugged in and
produced than "living with ghosts", which is basically just her and her guitar.  the way
it should be :).  okay, back to the take home psych final (ihateexamsihateexamsihateexams)
                                        stephanie

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okay...i'm trying to update my boot collection and gather some of the
shows that i've been to --
has a copy of the july 18,'97 red rocks show surfaced *yet?!*  how 'bout
the september 16th harrisburg honor the earth show?! august 10th lilith
in columbus?! i've been waiting forever...they're not showin' up. ;(
this sucks!
please e-mail me privately if you've got any info...

bethany :)

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at 09:43 pm 4/28/98 -0500, lisa m. schreihart wrote:

  to those people who don't
>yet have it but were commenting on how
>amy's s.o.c got cut off on the radio, i'll just
>confirm that the s.o.c got cut off on the cd
>too.

that really steamed my shorts and burned my britches too. i was so looking
forward to hearing it because i too thought the radio station had snipped
the soc for airplay. like you said, the little fade at the end sounds very
awkward and would most likely make anyone, even a non-ig fan say, "what the
hell?? where's the rest?" but like you said, it's cool that they put
something on there other than shame on you.

>i know lilith had tracy chapman, but she is
>among a wee minority, and she isn't on the
>cd (boo-hoo!).

that, along with the fact that jewel was absent on the cd other than on "the
water is wide," was also very disappointing. maybe tracy and jewel (or their
respective record labels) didn't want to have any of their songs on the cd?
who knows?

>third, if you thought the cutting of amy's s.o.c.
>was disappointing, what did y'all think of
>the pic of a&e in the cd liner booklet?

another major disappointment. i know they were trying to go for the
artistic, motion effect thingy in amy's photo, but i, too, would rather have
seen a clear photo of her. actually, a lot of the performers on the cd have
bad photos. "bad" in the sense that there were probably some much better
ones from which to choose.

>fourth, the water is wide with
>jewel (her only appearance on the cd!)
>and sarah m. is the most tremendous thing
>about the lilith cd compilation.

amen sista! to me, this track (and possibly the lisa loeb cut with emmylou
on backup vox) is the only one that reflects the community spirit of lilith
fair. maybe there should have been more singalongs on the cd. i know a lot
of people are sick of ctf, but i think that would have been an interesting
closer (no pun intended) for the cd, considering that the igs had a lot of
the artists on stage with them when they performed that one. i also wish
they had included "big yellow taxi." on the whole, i'm glad they released
the cd, and i like it, but it could have been a lot better than it is. i'm
gonna shut up now before i get flamed or something. not in the mood for that
tonight ;)

jendy

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i agree that patty griffin is one of the most mind-blowing new artists.
everyone should check her out.

i wanted to tell you that maybe the reason you cant find her cd is that
the name of it is "living with ghosts" and not "songs of the father" or
whatever you thought.

david
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hello everyone!!!! all go to
http://www.pathfinder.com/time/time100/poll_index.html and nominate the
indigo girls for entertainers! they are the best and the world need to
know!!!

emilio

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date:         tue, 28 apr 1998 23:32:37 edt
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okay, don't think that i am obnoxious, but i really, really, really want boots
from the darien lake, ny concert of ani difranco (summer 1997) and the
lisaloeb/sarah concert in buffalo at marine midland arena (april 1998)?
please!!  please!!  thanks for any help you can give a poor, sad, tired,
college student-during-finals girl!!
~bethany

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i just bought the lilith cd.  i had the stomach flu all day and couldn't
go out until recently.
but anyway, i am listening to the water is wide now.  ohhhh, so beautiful.
just how i remember it.  and i am glad it is jewel's only song on there
cause i really don't like her.  but anyway, this song is beautiful.  i am
so glad i finally have a copy of it!

:-) karen

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date:         tue, 28 apr 1998 22:47:31 -0500
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at 02:47 pm 4/26/98 -0400, mnoelm you said:
>songs with nanci griffith at the end of her set.  i have the review from the
>dallas morning news and will post as soon as i get time.  ig was clearly the
>hit of the evening and the review makes that point strongly (indigo girls act

on another dallas note (i can't post the review either, school!) did y'all
notice how the venue turned the house lights up before the set was over? i
think they just heard amy's comment: "all right, we'll play 'em all!"
though the venue didn't seem rude in any other way, no frisking, pushiness,
etc.

shawn colvin sang "american tune"--one of my favorite songs no matter who
sings it. now i have to debate mentally whether i like the girls or shawn
better. the girls, of course, in general; but for an unaccompanied
performer she did a good job.

let's see...amy was working hard! so was the fan who "worshipped" on stage.
(though i don't actually recommend throwing panties, it somehow seems tacky
even if i think the enthusiasm is beautiful and awesome.)

it was fun! a chance to broaden myself a bit (i'm thin!) and meet some
fellow fans for a couple of minutes after the show. more on that next post...

tony
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