lifeblood: listlogs: 1998-07b


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date:         wed, 8 jul 1998 00:10:29 edt
reply-to:     ndigogrls@aol.com
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from:         "<leslie c.>" <ndigogrls@aol.com>
subject:      emily and gene simmons????
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i heard emily was pregnant with gene simmons (kiss) love child.  they first
started working together when he was the make-up advisor for the rop cd.  can
you imagine the tongue on that youngster???

leslie

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date:         wed, 8 jul 1998 00:25:06 edt
reply-to:     kayindigo@aol.com
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subject:      thanks for the amazon.com tip!
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i'm sorry i couldn't thank the poster of the amazon.com info (directly) in
conjunction to the 4.5 import cd, but i deleted the message before getting a
chance.  your message may have seemed obvious to you, but i'd never heard of
the page before and really appreciate your knowledge.
i'd like to post this to everyone.  while i have a pretty extensive ig
collection versus my friends, i have nothing in comparison to the members of
this listserv.  could you help me out with recommendations (via private e-mail
so i don't annoy those who know all of this).  for instance, i read about a
jesus christ superstar:  a resurrection album featuring amy ray and emily
saliers while on the web page.  is this worth getting as well?  it is $12.99.
there were pretty mixed reviews on the page.  if you could let me know that
would be awesome!
kathy

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date:         wed, 8 jul 1998 00:27:28 edt
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from:         kate lupson <bluevanila@aol.com>
subject:      re: you know you're obsessed with the indigo girls when...
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my personal favorite is this one:


"you fall asleep in history 1301, but you jump up and say, "where?" when the
teacher says the colonists sent rice, cotton,
and indigo to england. ""


--kate

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date:         wed, 8 jul 1998 00:40:19 edt
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subject:      *ducking*
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i don't want to sound like a complete moron, but is there any chance that
anyone knows anything about getting a copy of "blue food"? ::ducking promptly
to avoid flames and rocks and garbage and mean looks::

peace,
*erica*

"maybe move to the right, maybe move to the left,
so we can all see her pain she wears like a banner on her chest,
and we all say it's sad, and we think it's a shame,
and she's called to our attention, but we do not call her name,
the girl with the weight of the world in her hands..."
-indigo girls,
"the girl with the weight of the world in her hands"

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date:         tue, 7 jul 1998 21:41:29 pdt
reply-to:     lamia difranco <saliers_ray@hotmail.com>
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from:         lamia difranco <saliers_ray@hotmail.com>
subject:      re: obsessions!
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...you are tempted to steal the black cd divider that says "indigo
girls" from walmart

ok i just have to share this with ya'll..when i was in san francisco,
sara (my fiance) and i walked to haight-ashbury a couple times and every
time we did (ok one time we got lost but still) we walked past this wall
that had a bunch of stuff pasted on it..oh i dunno how to describe it
but ya know what i'm talking about? well this wall had 3 giant pics of
the tori amos rolling stone cover. you have no idea how bad i wanted one
of those things, but alas, it was stuck and not coming off which sucks
cuz i would've appreciated it and it'll just get something else stuck
over it!! :(
but then there was a big sign at a record store that was the same thing
but bigger and i was thinking, wow it would be cool if i could get
that!! *lol*
so apparently tori amos brings out the klepto in me...of course at
lilith i was also pondering what amy and emily *do* with their backstage
passes after a concert and how cool it would be to get one. i didn't
however think about stealing it from them so that's good *l*
i did get a cool poster advertising a concert of hers...anyhow...

*hugs*

lamia

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date:         wed, 8 jul 1998 00:48:44 edt
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i like this one, personally, though i love 'em all:

"everytime the word "indigo" is mentioned, (history, art, etc.) everyone
around you, whether you know them or not, turns to grin knowingly at you."

peace,
*erica*

"maybe move to the right, maybe move to the left,
so we can all see her pain she wears like a banner on her chest,
and we all say it's sad, and we think it's a shame,
and she's called to our attention, but we do not call her name,
the girl with the weight of the world in her hands..."
-indigo girls,
"the girl with the weight of the world in her hands"

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date:         tue, 8 jul 1997 01:15:16 -0400
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from:         * barbara * <bcorrice@wam.umd.edu>
subject:      4.5 for $16.00
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hey kind friends,

a month ago i paid $33 for 4.5.  today i went to a cd store that is selling 4.5 for $16.00.  if
anyone wants me to get them a copy, lemme know...  luv, bar

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date:         tue, 7 jul 1998 22:19:23 pdt
reply-to:     jill again <jillyc@hotmail.com>
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from:         jill again <jillyc@hotmail.com>
subject:      anna's fashion theory
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>a theory about amy's fashion style.  i think she does this
>intentionally to see what people say about it in their fashion reports
>to the list.

hmmmm, interesting.  i've always been told that dykes have no fashion
sense (to go along with the recent thread:  actually, the joke was that
*butches* in particular had no fashion sense), so maybe that explains
it!
otherwise, i'd be inclined to assume she's making herself aesthetically
unpleasing so that all the beautiful ladies will just let her walk right
by and leave her the, um, hell alone...  wandering through the
second-stage crowd at lilith, she so so did not want to be given the
star treatment and wanted to just be an anonymous spectator..  it seemed
to me she was worried that she would attract gaggles of fans, and then
she'd be basically ambushed.  can you *imagine* how frightening that
must be-- to know that you'd have to literally "brave" a crowd to see a
little band play? my god, i'd go insane. it's like melissa etheridge
says: "i could've been you."-- that could, and maybe *will*, be any one
of us who gets a guitar and gets very lucky and procures a following.
would *you* want to be treated like some deity?  arg.
ah, whatever, i'm babbling.  but the second-stage crowd was very polite
and nobody bothered her (or maybe they didn't notice her, in which case,
that's even better).
someday when i'm rich and famous, i'll be braving the wild masses too.
;)
jill

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date:         tue, 8 jul 1997 01:35:15 -0400
reply-to:     * barbara * <bcorrice@wam.umd.edu>
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kind friends enlighten me...

i know that human beans do not fit nicely into specific catagories, but for the sake of argument,
dykes and butches, they're the same thang right?  luv, bar

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date:         tue, 7 jul 1998 22:44:48 pdt
reply-to:     jill again <jillyc@hotmail.com>
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subject:      the spice duo
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>but if the indigo girls were spice girls, what would their names be?


                                  striped and sunny spice.

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date:         tue, 7 jul 1998 23:03:13 pdt
reply-to:     jill again <jillyc@hotmail.com>
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>what possesses people to spent more than some americans make in a month
>on one, little, stuffed animal??

these are the same folks who rushed out to see "mulan" (remember the
disney thread we had a while back?).
ug.
jill

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date:         tue, 7 jul 1998 23:30:18 pdt
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...when you call your school friends long-distance and they ask you,
"so... how's amy and emily?"...

...when you demurely inform a gaggle of 6th-grade girls (who are
discussing their boyfriends) that you want to marry amy ray (and they
just roll their eyes because they wish you would stop talking about
those darn indigo girls)...

...when you look on emory's website just to read emily's father's class
syllabus...

...when you just *have* to buy those asics runners, because the style
name is "galileo"...

...when you *have* to have camo fatigues cause... well, you've seen the
curve photos...

...when you see someone at lilith wearing a daemon t-shirt and you have
to introduce yourself and ask if they're wearing it out of support, or
because they are affiliated... and then recruit them to join this list!

strange but true.
jill

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date:         wed, 8 jul 1998 02:02:11 pdt
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subject:      re: the rumor: a new ig album
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but this only includes ttr from the london show...correct???

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>
> >>>and for those who are looking for the london show, knitting factory
> released ttr from that show on their g&l legal defense compilation
> called "out loud." (this is still commercially available and i picked up
> a copy about a month ago).
>
>
> for those of you who want that i saw it yesterday @ amazon:
>
> http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/b00000208r/002-6721917-3178017
> they have it for $12.99
>
> *hugs*
>
> lamia
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date:         wed, 8 jul 1998 13:13:19 +0000
reply-to:     kathrin siegmund <kathrin.siegmund@stud.uni-hannover.de>
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from:         kathrin siegmund <kathrin.siegmund@stud.uni-hannover.de>
subject:      amazon.com ig cds

hi!

some interesting stuff from amazon.com (i left the *normal* albums
out):

your search results
                     for: the keywords include "indigo girls"

                     top matches for this search:

                      rites of passage - indigo girls; audio cd
                      swamp ophelia - indigo girls; audio cd
                      spiceworld - spice girls; audio cd ;-))))))))) gotta
                      laugh about that one:-)

                     new & coming soon:
                     indigo girls/strange... [6/30] [box set]
                          indigo girls / audio cd / released 1998 our
                          price: $26.97 ~ you save: $3.00


                     u.s. releases:


                     the best of mountain stage live, vol. 5 ~ ships
                     in 2-3 days
                          los lobos, et al / audio cd / released 1993
                          our price: $12.57 ~ you save: $1.40

                     indigo girls [gold cd] ~ usually ships in 24
                     hours
                          indigo girls / audio cd / released 1994 our
                          price: $26.97 ~ you save: $3.00 read more
                          about this title...

                     newport folk festival, turn of the decade 1989 -
                     1990 ~ ships in 2-3 days
                          thompson, et al / audio cd / released 1991
                          our price: $12.99 ~ you save: $3.98

                     out loud ~ ships in 2-3 days
                          u2, et al / audio cd / released 1995
                          our price: $12.99 ~ you save: $3.98
                          read more about this title...


                     women:live from mountain stage ~ usually ships in
                     24 hours
                          indigo girls, et al / audio cd / released
                          1996 our price: $12.57 ~ you save: $1.40

                     tribute to dylan, vol. i
                          indigo girls, et al / audio cd / released
                          1999 our price: $13.47 ~ you save: $1.50
                          (not yet released)


                     imports:

                     four point five best of [import] ~ usually ships
                     in 24 hours
                          indigo girls / audio cd / released 1998 our
                          price: $28.99 read more about this title...

                     4 1/2-best of [import] ~ usually ships in 24
                     hours
                          indigo girls / audio cd / released 1995 our
                          price: $20.99

                     shame on you [cd-single] [import]
                          indigo girls / audio cd / released 1997 our
                          price: $7.99 (special order)

peace and
take care,
kathrin

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date:         wed, 8 jul 1998 08:18:15 edt
reply-to:     poprckgrrl@aol.com
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i bought my copy of 4.5 at a tower in no. va. last year for 21.99. i just saw
about 9 copies of it last week when i was there looking around. it was still
21.99...

bottom line is, if tower has it for that price the most you ever spend on it
is 25 because we all know that tower isn't cheap..they have a huge markup...if
you can't find it for 25 or less, i would be willing to bet that someone on
the list would be willing to go and buy a copy and mail it to you...i'm
thinking that 25 + postage is way cheaper than $30...that's just my 2 cents
for the morning

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date:         wed, 8 jul 1998 07:50:31 -0500
reply-to:     winona patterson <wpatter@bmimetronics.com>
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> what possesses people to spent more than some americans make in a month
> on one, little, stuffed animal??

well, i can say that i do have some beanies (i think about 10 maybe), but i
have not spent any more than $7 on any of them, and i have only bought the
ones that i thought were cute (i.e. all the cats, some dogs, a squirrel, and
the raccoon--because he's named ringo).  i like them, but i am not obsessive
in any way.  i know that i can get a used car for the price that some of
these are going for, and it is sickening...besides, for all of the people
who are thinking of these for investment purposes, i don't think it will
last...these aren't as secure as baseball cards.

waiting to get flamed for being a pawn of the ty corporation,
winona

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date:         wed, 8 jul 1998 09:19:31 edt
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from:         jennifer ackerman <babyindigo@aol.com>
subject:      newport ff tix 4 sale!!!
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hey y'all...
i have 4 pairs of two-day tickets to the festival for august 8th and
9th....those who are interested can email me privately....i will only ask for
face value of the tix as i am not looking to profit...i just can't attend!

thanks ...
jen

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date:         wed, 8 jul 1998 10:16:50 -0400
reply-to:     jacky abromitis <abro@nac.net>
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subject:      nj lilith tickets for sale
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monday, july 13, pnc arts center. this is a *sold out* show.
4 tickets, terrace, row p (center section). price--face value $53 ($51 +$2
fee they stick on).

email me privately if you're interested. abro@nac.net

jacky

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date:         wed, 8 jul 1998 10:42:40 edt
reply-to:     carol ann <chickenwomyn@hotmail.com>
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what i've done in my cheapness in not wanting to buy a bubble
package...i've stolen straws from the cafeteria, and cut them into
pieces & taped them to the case.....
i guess it works......
carol

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date:         wed, 8 jul 1998 09:46:01 -0500
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okay, on the obsession thing...

you know you're obsessed when you pass the milagro chevron station on i-40
between amarillo and albuquerque and you seriously consider having a
trucker take your picture standing next to the sign.

love,
j u s t i n

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date:         wed, 8 jul 1998 05:45:30 -0400
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hkf's,

polaris amphitheater, columbus oh, july 5th.
indigo girls: 7:50 - 8:40pm

after driving from indianapolis that morning (setlist to come soon for the
4th) the weather was once again beautiful.  unfortunately, there's a time
change from indy to oh - so i was an extra hour late.  there's no
tailgaiting so that didn't matter - right into the festival!

during sinead's set - which didn't really push my buttons - there was an
early appearance by a&e!  during "this is my last acquaintance" (?) the
girls came out and did an awesome job!  that song was my fave for sinead and
it just got better (i love that "ho ho ho!" part)  emily was sharing a mike
(not me <g>) w/ the bassist.  amy had her own mike (that's me this time) on
the "amy side" & the cute part was when sinead & amy were sharing a bunch o'
laughs / smiles together.  the song really rocked - just like emperor's new
clothes that started her set out (sans ig).

ig setlist:

chickenman
galileo
i don't wanna know
shed your skin
get out the map
scooter boys(soc)
ghost
least complicated
down by the river
closer to fine

amy, emily, jerry, jane, dave & others

chickenman - sinead & dave came out - and did an awesome job.  i've seen too
many chickenman's at this point, so to hear sinead do her own verse/chorus
was amazing!  she has a great voice (too bad a few of her slow songs put me
to sleep) and dave was great as usual.

galileo got the lf crowd goin'.  i don't wanna know was great and you can
really hear saliers & ray really clicking together on this song.

[when i got the setlist, i asked the kewl soundboard femme where the extra
song was added - she then used her magic red pen and crossed off water is
wide (that had n'dea & sarah penciled in) right after i don't wanna know and
added lc towards the end - she's the best!]

shed your skin (w/ natalie's trumpeter) - not my fave, but it would have
been awesome if rage was there!

gotm-fun
scooter boys & the soc was awesome - i was standing in the 12th row (amy
side) yellin' at the top of lungs during this song - while everyone around
me was on their collective arces lookin' at me like i had 4 heads!  but that
didn't bother me one bit! (...my little world...)

ghost - ahhhhhhhhh! - no words, just ahhhhh......

[at this point, amy seems to be getting ready to start another song - but
then sully comes out & chat's w/ emily, and then emily goes to the left side
of the stage to get a new guitar.  at this point amy goes "so, any
questions?"  - and then i was like "any questions!!!! - i've got
millions!!!! (and lots of pairs from the list!)  i think somebody asked for
ctf - and she said "don't worry, we'll get to that"  and i was like - "no,
duh?!".......*poof*...back to the music]

least complicated...  very fun - but the crowd's got to work on it's singing -
lord knows i'm not the one to sing very well or loud.

down by the river - (w/ me'shell on bass)
wow!!!!!!!!!!!!  not many people knew this song - but it was my highlight of
the show!  amy really belts it out and neil would certainly be proud "i shot
my baby!!!!!!!!"  i know it sounds funny to scream that - but it's just so
powerful and so gutsy!

ctf- great! w/ "all" - sinead and all her band members, and sister 7 doing a
verse (i think) - which she really belted out!!  wow, she's got some lungs!
(and some killer tattoos too [choo choo])  but it was a lot of fun, and if
the show ended here, it would be a great ending.

i'm not sure of natalie's entire set but she closed w/ kind & generous which
was awesome!!!  it's just such a happy song, and in the end the band (w/
jerry on bongos) jammed it out for awhile!  natalie leaves the stage and
then runs back to her "pedestal" and then her crew guy brings her circus
cape and puts it on her back...  she then dances around for a bit & then
leaves the stage while the band keeps jamming on...  a real happy exciting
ending which ended up being the last song of the day... 8-(

amy's new tattoo was visible the whole set - talk about having your eyes
glued to something!  jane & her cello added a lot to the music, along w/ the
other artists - and that's the best part of lilith, the other artists
joining together to make every day and performance a memorable one.

thanks for listening!
8-)
mike
ps:  eat before you go in - lines tooooooo long!
ps:  try the regular or strawberry margarita, yummy!!! (& no line!)

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date:         wed, 8 jul 1998 08:05:09 -0700
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at 05:45 am 7/8/98 -0400, mike cunningham wrote:

>"this is my last acquaintance" (?)

"the last day of our acquaintance."  damn fine song.  i would have paid
good money to have heard am and em rockin' out on that one.  did sinead
sing "black boys on mopeds," "three babies," "stretched on your grave" or
"troy"?  those are all favorites of mine.  love sinead.  btw, the lyrics to
"stretched on your grave" are actually from an irish poem/song from the
12th century.  pretty sweet, huh?

>amy's new tattoo was visible the whole set - talk about having your eyes
>glued to something!

ah ha!  i've been waiting for someone to see this!  what does it look like?
i've heard it's a celtic knot and i need to know what it looks like!  you
see, back in '89 amy and i had a conversation about tattoos and i told her
i wanted to get a tattoo of the celtic knot from the hothouse flower's cd
(i've since gotten a different knot but that's beside the point) and she
said, "hey yeah!  that one is really cool."  so i need to know:  did she
get that one?

thanks!
kate  :o)


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date:         wed, 8 jul 1998 11:16:31 -0400
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and if you wanna do a listee a favor, order through my page?
http://www.geocities.com/westhollywood/heights/6243
sorry if this is a waste of bandwith...
peace,
    sharoane

> hi!
>
> some interesting stuff from amazon.com (i left the *normal* albums
> out):
>
>
see the original post

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date:         wed, 8 jul 1998 08:57:25 pdt
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no, not really.  at least i don't think so.  butch (okay, let me pop the
disclaimer in right now...i really don't get along so well with the
whole concept of butch & femme, but here's the way i see it) is a pretty
specific manner of dress, way of acting, etc.  and i know that some
people interpret "dyke" in much the same way.  but i refer to myself as
a "dyke" sometimes, and i don't think of myself as fitting into the
little category of "butch"...i have at least as many skirts as i do
pairs of pants, am in love with the concept of platforms, and have
decorated my little cube at work with (among other things) degas
postcards, a teddy bear and beaded necklaces...not neccesarily what you
would think of as butch...at the same time, i've got that "don't get in
my way" walk, am the only woman in my office who's not consistently in
pumps with "sensible?" 1 to 1 1/2 inch heels.  dyke is whatever you make
it.  i don't think (though i'm certainly open to challenges) that butch
(or femme) affords that luxury.

peace,
shelley

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so, i remember readin' something about this article waaaaay back.  maybe
not *too* far back, but it was at least 3 weeks ago...i dunno.
anyhoo, took a little excursion out yesterday ta' look for the sister
seven album (that singer! daaaamn! whoo!)...didn't find it, but got a
ahold of the july 17, '98 issue of goldmine magazine.  it's a great
article and there are a coupla good photos (yikes!)...i've seen them
before, but they're pretty  blasted big, and definitely worth havin'.
so, i can type out this article and post it to the list if you all would
like me to.  just lemme know...i don't wanna piss anyone off by posting
such a huge sucker.  it's a good article...promise.
there's even some brief discussion about the femininity vs. music thang.
good stuff.

bethany :)

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date:         wed, 8 jul 1998 12:50:03 -0400
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on tue, 7 jul 1998, jill again wrote:

> >what possesses people to spent more than some americans make in a month
> >on one, little, stuffed animal??
>
> these are the same folks who rushed out to see "mulan" (remember the
> disney thread we had a while back?).

   hey now...at least mulan was a labour of love, which is a far sight
more than disney's bothered with since the lion king.  shame about that
music, though.

   darius

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hi y'all...

thought i'd pass this along as i'm sure there are some creative types lurking
out there....maybe even a few  (gasp!) gays and lesbians.....

peace & harmony,
tim

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hi tim -

just wanted to update you with the new website address from
anatara.   it's been moved to :

http://members.aol.com/anatara1/anatara.htm

would also like to let you know about a new project that
loop publishing is involved in called, "there's no place like home -
a collection of unique recipes from the gay and lesbian community."
it will feature contributions from individuals, families, organizations,
artists, writers, performers, musicians, and others from around the
world.  please feel free to pass word of it along to anyone you feel
may wish to contribute.   we'll be doing radio and television
interviews over the next month which will be syndicated here and
overseas.  recipe submissions will run information about the
contributor so it will be a nice way for artists to make mention
of their work.   thanks for passing the word along!

regards,
veronica matthews
loop publishing and communications
looppubl@aol.com

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hey,
     don't forget that a & e were spotted backstage at a kiss concert
when kiss was on tour!
hmmmmmm...

smiles,
allison

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> what possesses people to spent more than some americans make in a month
> on one, little, stuffed animal?? the people who make those things in
> china and indonesia probably don't make that much in a year...
> i'm at a loss...


lamia:

i am not waiting to get flamed, but i probably will, but many people may
think the same of our obsessions with the indigo girls.  why would
people spend $30 to $70 bucks a shot just to hear two women sing for an
hour or two several times a year? the plane tickets, gasoline, wear and
tear on cars, time off work.  i mean, i have driven 300 miles just to go
to a 2 hour concert.  susie b. (and i am not picking on you sis) is
going from new england to the up of michigan this summer.  mel just
traversed from the deep south to ohio.  do you think that was free?

people prolly ask, "why would anyone spend $30 on complicated girls, or
go beserko trying to seek out red and blue cd's?"  or go to any lengths
(i remember lisa t. doing some neat things at blossom last year) to meet
them and god, can you believe how much money we have all spent
collectively and individually on bootleggers, blank 110 minute tdk and
maxell tapes at $4 a pop, and the rolls and rolls of film and developing
of it, not to mention all that postage? i went crazy and put $70 bucks i
did not have on my credit card last fall to buy a bootlegger, batteries
and tapes an hour or two before the opening hte show.  bon saw me...

not to mention many of us pay for internet access just to talk about
them and build web pages and look for all the latest info.

we could prolly feed indonesia too, my dear.

we all have our obsessions.

karrie

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ok. so this is my first post ever!
yesterday at work i asked if i could have july 18th off, for lilith
fair, (the pinacle of my summer if i could attend.) i just started this
job and he says that i am really needed on weekends esp. that weekend
because he is out of town.  now i am seriously thinking about quitting
but i really need the money, i do however have a lawn ticket for the
19th which i was going to sell but i don't know if i'm going to get that
sunday off either?  but i think that if i met a&e i could live without
money because i was so looking forward to meeting them and getting their
autographs, on top of that i wanted to see them one last time before
they stopped touring to go back into the studio.
ok, the point is i need to know if the boalsburg tickets are still on
sale or if they sold out?  also, i know it was posted already but what
time do the doors open?
my second question is does anyone have any extra tickets for the
bethlehem musik fest that they need to get off of their hands?  two
would be good!  thanks ahead of time for all the help.
peace-rose

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jen wrote:

>my only last thought is on our beloved amy and emily. i must say
>that even though i heard the same set list at both showes..they still gave
>me goosebumps.

they played the same set???  is it just me, or is that really odd coming
from the indigo girls?

leslie


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date:         wed, 8 jul 1998 12:36:29 -0500
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""we could prolly feed indonesia too, my dear.

we all have our obsessions."

i have to agree with you karrie...but i know i am not alone in stating
the fact that our obsession(s) are damn fine looking and would be a
helluva lot more fun to play with.......

sparkie......

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on wed, 8 jul 1998, karrie wrote:

> not to mention many of us pay for internet access just to talk about
> them and build web pages and look for all the latest info.

   and how many of us, if we could afford it, would buy martin d-28s (@
$2000 a pop) with custom l.r. baggs pickups just so we could sound like
them in our living rooms?

> we could prolly feed indonesia too, my dear.

   speaking of indonesia, has anybody heard the song "snow on the sahara"
by anggun, on the lilith new music sampler for this year?  that is such an
ethereal song...i think the sampler is even better this year than last,
especially since it's in cd format.  although they tried to make my little
sister say, "sponsored by biore", which is something i had a bit of a
problem with...

> we all have our obsessions.

   yep...

   darius

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wish i had any of these rareities that everyone talks about!

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i am from new orleans, so i can sympathize with bill.
i can't afford to travel way up north.  this is sad.

southerners love them too!!!

~kc~

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on wed, 8 jul 1998, leslie holeman wrote:

> they played the same set???  is it just me, or is that really odd coming
> from the indigo girls?

   i think it's hard for them to adjust from their normal 2-3 hour set and
prune it down to 45 minutes for lilith -- they know that there will be
die-hard fans there, but they also don't want to play obscure songs from
their catalog, because that would disappoint the people who are remotely
familiar with them (ctf, galileo, least complicated).
   even last year, the setlist was pretty predictable.  almost all of the
liliths heard chickenman, soy (and brown eyed girl), ctf, galileo,
water is wide, and virginia woolf.  this year, i'd say they did maybe a
bit better -- hearing a version of tried to be true that had some kick ass
electric guitar work from emily was a real treat, and cut it out is hardly
an ig staple.

   darius

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date:         wed, 8 jul 1998 13:36:20 -0500
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wish i had any of these rareities that everyone talks about!

me too......sparkie

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date:         wed, 8 jul 1998 11:29:34 -0700
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i posted about this the other day, but just to rehash a bit...

> no, not really.  at least i don't think so.  butch (okay, let me pop the
> disclaimer in right now...i really don't get along so well with the
> whole concept of butch & femme, but here's the way i see it) is a pretty
> specific manner of dress, way of acting, etc.

um, no not really.  butch/femme is not about clothes.  it's not
about playing a role.  as far as  "way of acting", yeah in a sense.
but it is more about gender identity. it's a way of stretching the
gender continuum.  ask 5 butches what it means to be butch, and
you will get at least 5 answers.  same for femmes.  it's not something
that can be summed up in a couple of sentences. but it is also
not something as "simple" as clothes or ways of acting.

> pumps with "sensible?" 1 to 1 1/2 inch heels.  dyke is whatever you make
> it.  i don't think (though i'm certainly open to challenges) that butch
> (or femme) affords that luxury.
>

well i'm not sure that being a dyke is a "luxury" of being whatever
you make of it.  *anything* in life can be what you make of it.
butch and femme are not meant to be restrictive existences. they
are more shades of a color (gender) just like you will find lots of
definitions of dyke too.  for me, id'ing as butch is somewhat
liberating.  language is limited in its effectiveness around
issues of self identity.  finding the word butch was a way to
liberate myself in terms of finding a word that describes me better
than a lot of other words.  tehre's no rule book for butch, femme, or dyke.
they are *all* what you make of it, and they are not going to be
appropriate for everyone, nor should they be.


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i think butches are cool, because they know how to have fun with out the
worry of getting dirty and femine girls seem to care to much for looks. me
i fall more on the butch side, but i am femine to the point i must be clean
or i am not going anywhere, but as far as worrying about my looks i don't.
so i like the term soft butch. dyke is a term i think is used by people to
slur us or make us feel uncomfortable about who we are.just my two sense
coming from a person who keeps making a bad first impression on some one
she likes. meaning a single person for awhile. missy

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date:         wed, 8 jul 1998 14:21:23 -0500
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""dyke is a term i think is used by people to
slur us or make us feel uncomfortable about who we are""

i also feel that dyke was a term invented in the early stages of the
public recognition of our select segment of society. old habits die hard
and peoples willingness to learn new things/definitions is even harder.
i agree that i more closely relate to the term soft butch. i don't care
that much about my looks but i do like to look good when going out if my
mood is such. the statement about asking 5 people their definition you'd
get 5 answers...i most heartily agree....just my opinion.....sparkie

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i have an extra lawn seat ticket to the camden lilith fair (outside
philadelphia).
if anyone wants it, please contact me and we can work out a good deal
:-) (probably less than face value)

the show is friday, july 17th.

thanks :-)
-leigh ann

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going to the area at that time for the sca..society for creative
anachronism...re-create the midlevel ages..pennsic war..anyway wanted to
see if there were any in the areas????/sparkie....

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i've often thought about the indigo girls and their early
albums.  maybe they could record them again and release
them as a box set or something?  i'd buy it. :)

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yes, i see your point, i flew from missippi to san francisco to go to
lilith fair...but at least we spend money on tallented, living breathing
people that inspire us...beanie babies just sit there and only move when
you help them..the girls do it on their own at least they're
entertaining! *g*

*hugs*

lamia

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oh i have just had a heart attack and died...
i'm listening to this boot i have of ig nashville river stages..and i
had never listened to ctf on it...so i am for the first time and what to
my ears should appear but them saying: "please welcome alana davis."
and i fell out of my chair. i am one of those ppl that doesn't like
alana davis..why? not only because of 32 flavours but b/c i think she's
just not tallented. but as far as ani goes she has said she doesn't
really mind the alana davis version, but i boycott it. as do a lot of
ppl, and all other alana related things. so what am i supposed to
do????? do i tape over it? there's no way i'm listing alana as a special
guest..man..  :(
this is eyyyw she's singing...this even worse than when i broke a
personal dgc boycott to buy garrison star...oh man don't flame me if you
like her ok?

lamia


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  hey guys,

  i haven't traded boots for an awfully long time. but there are a few
basic boots i still don't have!
here's a list of some stuff i'm looking for. if you just write me back i'll
be sure to send you a list of my boots.
here we go:
blue food
leevees that break in my heart(tuesday's children)
volume three( the cd with "squeaky fromme)
madison square garden-97'
appel farm(if it exsists)

video-
pay per veiw concert
hard rock cafe
any other must have indigo videos i may not have heard about.


thanks in advance,
ben

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date:         wed, 8 jul 1998 14:31:46 -0700
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once again i am putting my trust in all of my fellow ig lovers and
listees most respected opinions!  *grin*
i went hunting for good cheap music again today - hoping id stumble
upon some ig stuff...no luck there - but i did find sister 7...one cd
was $4 and the other was a single for $1...i cant remember the name
off hand...and its in the car - cuz im at work - so i can tell you
later - but i feel good about it...*grin*

i also bought ani's live cd...cool.

anyhoo - just wanted to share...

take it easy -

sunny - who is totally excited for tomorrow night - amy and emily in
rochester, ny...


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>...you are tempted to steal the black cd divider that says "indigo
>girls" from walmart

of course...many of un indigohioans were pondering on how to get the
tower booth's signing table.......
carol

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aloha!

          blood and fire is the easiest song in the world to play :)
   i don't know if someone has already mentioned that, and if they did then
i'm sorry.
the chords are a-g-d, and the d kind moves thrrough dsus i think, but that's
not important if you are a beginner :)  the a goes to aadd9, but also imo not
important for beginners.  also, to the person who said that trying to play
closer to fine is depressing, stick with it!!!!  it's fun as hell to play once
you have it down, and i promise that with a little practice it'll get much
easier :)

emily

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along this vein.....
i was placing orders today (i'm a purchasing agent), and noticed that
one of the things i was ordering had the part# fhf-h1880ae, and guess
what i thought of?!

winona (who always perks up when she hears the word "indigo" in any
context...)

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>on wed, 8 jul 1998, leslie holeman wrote:
>
>> they played the same set???  is it just me, or is that really odd
coming
>> from the indigo girls?
>
>   i think it's hard for them to adjust from their normal 2-3 hour set
and
>prune it down to 45 minutes for lilith -- they know that there will be
>die-hard fans there, but they also don't want to play obscure songs
from
>their catalog, because that would disappoint the people who are
remotely
>familiar with them (ctf, galileo, least complicated).

this may be true but last year i went to both of the toronto lilith
fairs and everyone but the indigo girls played exactly the same set even
down to the banter between songs.  the indigo girls however played two
totally different sets - the first one concentrated on their newer
material, and the second one with a lot of old favorites. they
definitely made it worth my while to have bought tickets to both days.
the only unfortunate thing was that i got a horrible headache right
before their set on the second night.  i have now learned never to leave
the house without painkillers!

sarah

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folks,

we need to get back on the discussing-ig-music track here...
could we start taking the nigc discussion to private mail?
thanks.

so, maybe a couple of songs of the week would do it... how
about "three hits" and "caramia"?  if you have questions,
comments, stories, anything, about either of these songs,
send 'em our way!

thanks,
sherlyn


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how about when a guy walks into the place where you work
wearing a flying biscuit cafe  t-shirt, and all you can think
is "i wonder if he'd be willing to trade shirts with me right here,
right now?"

this really happened to me the other day.  i was sooo jealous of
that guy with his cool tee.  i doubt he would have traded; he would
have gotten the short end of the stick winding up with the top to
my scrubs.  oh, well.  guess i'll have to drive the 5 hrs. to atlanta
& get one for myself!

leigh ann


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and the rest of the rats played maracas.
                    ~phoebe, "crusty old man"

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it is my understanding that dyke is basically a slang term for lesbian.
it certainly can and has been used in derogotory ways but i think more
recently a lot of people are trying to reclaim this word and use it in
positive ways (eg. the 'dyke march' in toronto).  butch on the other
hand is a more specific term having to do with gender roles or behavior
etc.

sarah
>
>""dyke is a term i think is used by people to
>slur us or make us feel uncomfortable about who we are""
>
>i also feel that dyke was a term invented in the early stages of the
>public recognition of our select segment of society. old habits die
hard
>and peoples willingness to learn new things/definitions is even harder.


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i am in the sca..we recreate the middle ages...all aspects. the bardic
portion is both authentic as well as creative sides. for example
preforming actual pieces written during the time period or creating
pieces(songs, stories, poems, dramatic) about the time period, in the
same tradition as it or similar. there is also an area of filk. where
the words or music are taken from a known piece created by another and
altered ( usually in a comical vein). like 16 tons...changed to be about
a warrior with 16 tons of armour to carry as booty from a battle, or
summertime...tourney time. a song to the tune of the old song relating
to melee time and the battles..anyway you get the line...
at one of my first wars, about 7,000 fighters on the battle field....i
heard a friend of mine say it "looked like poetry in motion" this was
several years ago,1992.anyway i changed a few words to....three hits to
the armor son and its poetry in motion, would you trade your sword for
honr...thats an offer for a wounded man..." anyway...i performed it the
first time and had three people tell me they loved it and also said that
they would've never thought about filking the ig stuff. turns out not
only do they love em too...but the were from australia and they too were
'family' i loved it....making new friends at 4 in the morning on the
middle of a battle field by a campfire singing the ig stuff....not much
better...unless they were there too.......

sparkie

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okay, here is my take on sherlyn's decleared sotw...  ;-)

caramia- out of all the indigo girls songs, i must say that this is one of
my least favorites (even though i'd much rather listen to it than my
"favorite" songs by other bands...).  i just dunno, i think that emily has
amazing song writing talent, and i just don't find this song appealing,
poetic, or beautiful.  it's just not filled with the same kind of
aestetics that a song like "ghost" or "you and me of the 10,000 wars" is.
there are just certain lines in the song that flat out annoy me.  i can't
think of what annoys me about the song off the top of my head (i am
sitting in the san francisco public library checking my e-mail, i really
don't have time to ponder this...), but i just get annoyed.

three hits- i like three hits.  the majority of the times i have seen the
girls this year, they have opened up with three hits.  does anyone know
why this is?  anyway, i alwyas enjoy singing it along with amy and emily,
especially the line "the first two might release you....", yeah, it's
always been fun.  i'll just never forget when rosie was signing along with
it when the girls were on the show (you know, the part where she had that
small tape recorder and was signing to random ig songs, that commercial
(that emily was clueless about...that was funny!), and of course, tom
jones...)  but i think three hits is a cool song.  it doesn't absolutly
move me like "ghost" "blood and fire" "power of 2" "watershed" etc, but i
like it and i like hearing it live.

okay, that's all for now...

love,
karen :-)  indigohio '98!

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mike cunningham wrote:

> polaris amphitheater, columbus oh, july 5th.
> indigo girls: 7:50 - 8:40pm

> amy's new tattoo was visible the whole set - talk about having your eyes
> glued to something!

wha....?   where?  when did this happen...what have i missed.  what is
the tattoo total on amy right now?

sorry if this has been discussed, relatively new listee here!
btw, anyone else out there got interesting tattoos?  i love to hear
about them.

peace & love
jules

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<< i seriously can't think of one for amy! firey spice? hmmm...that's
hard... >>

killer spice!!

sorry, just had ta:)

pax, celeste:)

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i have these..

let me know if youd like them!!
                                always,
                                   jeanette
> blue food
> leevees that break in my heart(tuesday's children)
> madison square garden-97'
>
> video-
> pay per veiw concert
> hard rock cafe
> any other must have indigo videos i may not have heard about.
>
>
> thanks in advance,
> ben
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ok! i'm going ahead and biting now instead of later **l**

three hits-i've always loved this song, it's definately one of my
favourite amy songs!! it was also one of the first ig songs i figured
out how to play without chords/tabs...
the 2nd time i saw them at msu it was cute because amy forgot the words
and had to stop and let the crowd help her out. when they did it at sf
lilith it was so intense. but i didn't know if it just seemed like that
cuz last time i had seen it live she had forgotten! but i think it's a
very deep song, as all their songs are, and i always envy them for being
able to put so many layers into a song!!

caramia-i absolutely hated this song when i got sots! i never even got
half-way through it i would always change it! but now i love it! it
builds so well. you know it starts out so soft and almost sweet, and
then the intensity builds and it gets louder and you can't help but be
swept away by it! i love that line-you said write it down in your
notebook, but i don't wanna be harriet the spy..i loved that book when i
was little, i love the way she adds humor into her songs too..irony! and
some say your genius is in your madness..well that is just so profound.
that is one of my all-time favourite emily quotes ever!!! i mean it just
makes me think of me...*l* cuz no one understands me really...lots of
people think i'm totally in la-la land..but maybe that's my genius eh??

*hugs*

lamia


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i feel sorry for you lamia...i can't _stand_ alana for all the same
reasons...no talent getting success off of ani's song...and completely
re-do'ing 32 flavors in a style that was not meant to be...

i feel your pain.

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"you cover my eyes with your deepness * you wrap my soul in the beauty
of it all * you take me away from my incompleteness * lead me all the
way or not at all..." - amy ray "clues to you"

                                *****

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just so you know, i loved you then, i guess i always will."
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sorry!

                  with  love, and all things indigo

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

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                            is wrong with me
                everything i truly love, i love in you and
                            i love in me
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<< ...when you *have* to have camo fatigues cause... well, you've seen the
curve photos... >>

i know there's a website with the pics on it....could someone give it to
me?... i had them...but i used them for school and moved away and never got
them back...:(

thanx, celeste:)

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in a message dated 98-07-08 10:48:27 edt, shuey@mailbox.arn.net writes:

<< you know you're obsessed when you pass the milagro chevron station on i-40
between amarillo and albuquerque and you seriously consider having a
trucker take your picture standing next to the sign.
  >>
i'm glad someone brought this up.  what is milagro?

wmntime

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in a message dated 7/8/98 1:33:50 pm eastern daylight time,
holeman@biology.ucsc.edu writes:

<< they played the same set???  is it just me, or is that really odd coming
from the indigo girls? >>

yeah, and what about sarah making that lame and untrue statement at two
different shows that this was the only time they'd played a certain song live
(another listee posted about this).  is the machine taking hold????

bon

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i hate the beginning of caramia.  it just grates on me.  i love the sots album
except for caramia!  when the song comes on i quickly find my remote to get to
the next song.  the funny thing is that i don't mind the song itself, i just
can't stand the music that starts the beginning of it.

it's too bad that i hate the music because i love the words!  "there's a sea
full of faces and a show to go on" - i love that a&e talk about their lives as
performers.  and "i don't want what's best for you, where will i be when
you've found it?"  i can certainly relate to that...

wmntime

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look at me sherlyn -- no nigc!  :)

3 hits is my jam-in-the-bedroom-&-pretend-i'm-an-ig song.  (amoungst others)

caramia -- i love the a capella (sp?) part & the "hariet the spy" line.

peace,
lisa j.

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i just gotta post about three hits.  that's the song that got me into the
indigo girls.  i'm not completely sure why, but as soon as i heard it, i
was like "damn, that's some good stuff--gimme more of them indigo girls!".
i got ahold of the rop cd and played three hits, then galileo, and then
back to three hits--galileo--three hits--galileo, and then eventually i
ventured on through the rest of the cd, and the rest is history. :) three
hits is also the first song i heard them play live (bandless, at the
warfield in january), and the first song i learned how to play on the
guitar  (those of you asking about easy guitar stuff, check it out (if it
hasn't been mentioned already)--4 chords--e,g,d,c).   i also was cheesy
enough to play the melody on the flute (you don't even wanna know how that
sounded). :)
so, yep, i love that song, and i was stoked to see them play it again (with
a band this time--really cool to hear the bass intro) at the 6/24 lilith
(which, by the way, opened a completely different set than the one they
played the night before). :)
yay for three hits! :)
leslie


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hey.

has anybody ever heard of this band called lionfish?
i picked up their cd for 2 bucks at amazon (the
oldest feminist bookstore in north america not
amazon.com darnit) never having heard of them.

anyways, they rock.  anyone know 'bout them?

private ems please,
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wow!

i was really surprised that so many people didn't like caramia!
i absolutely love it!  it's so intense, heavy and loud! it
surprised me the first time i heard it because it's not the
usual emily sound.  and the lyrics are just great.

this has to be one of my favorites emily quotes:

"i don't want what's best for you, where will i be when you've
found it?"
                emily saliers, goddess of truths

just felt like sharing,

isabelle :)

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three hits -

i love three hits! one of my (many)faves. it was the song that made me buy
rop, and it's so great. the lyrics are so inspiring(as in all ig songs),
especially,"...would you trade your words for freedom? that's a barter for a
blind man..."

caramia -

it seems like not many people like this song, but i love it, personally. "i
don't want what's best for you, where would i be when you found it?" and "i
thought if there was one thing i could give you, one thing i could give you,
maybe it was this. with your head on the bed board, the anguished repeat, the
sweat of our sadness, the twist of the sheets..."

okay, my 2 cents......


peace,
*erica*

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so we can all see her pain she wears like a banner on her chest,
and we all say it's sad, and we think it's a shame,
and she's called to our attention, but we do not call her name,
the girl with the weight of the world in her hands..."
-indigo girls,
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well, no one else has posted a review of the lilith in detroit, so i
guess i'll give a little one... okay, it may end up being long.

this was my first show where i was on the lawn and boy did it suck being
there! i felt so removed from everything going on onstage. i was more
entertained by the damn beach ball at times.

-sinead was cool... she played a few songs off "i do not want what i
haven't got," which i have. ig played on "the last day of our
acquaintance." rock on! she's different, but she's cool. she said
something about forgetting girl power unless you're 8, we've got woman
power! :)

-ig were next. very cool, sounded great, but way, way, way too short. i
think the set was closer to 30 minutes than 45. ugh. it was still light
out so i had a hard time seeing the jumbotron. argh! all i could see was
those pants! the pants! boy, amy's got fancy pants!;)

-bonnie rait was next and it started to rain. and i mean rain. my friend
i was with left, so i was at the concert for the next 3 hours alone. she
was pretty good, but i did a bit of walking around during her set.

-natalie merchant rocked! i'm not a real big fan of her, but she pulls
you into her set with her banter (and chocolates that she passed out to
the crowd!) and funky dancing.

-sarah was pretty good. nothing really to note. jane (sorry about this
spelling) scarpantoni played on sarah's set.
about midway through her set it poured! we got three inches of rain
starting around 10:15 or so. i was so soaked and cold by the end that i
just half walked-half ran to my car and after wading through the ankle
deep parking lot i sat in my car for an hour waiting to get out of the
parking lot.
there was a four car accident on the way home (about two miles from pine
knob). it took me an hour and 45 minutes to go 3 miles. i got home at
2:45. ugh. i had to get up at 5 to drive back to kalamazoo and work.

no more lawn seats for me! all the acts were fun to listen to and
sounded great, but the conditions were so miserable i think i will pass
up opportunities to see shows if i get lawn seats and the forecast is
for rain.

i don't have a set list, but i can remember most of the songs ig played:
i don't want to know (ugh... i'm not a big fan of this song. it's a
little too hokey for me.)
            galileo (fun to get people into the set and sing along with)
            tried to be true (hm..)
                virginia woolf (i like this in concert)
                get out the map (more hokiness. if i heard ig play this set having
never heard them before, i'd probably dismiss them as hokey country
singers)
                scooter boys (rock on!! i was hoping for some improv, but it was nice
performance all around)
                chickenman (excellent! nice guitar, harmonica, and vocals!)
                problem child (pretty cool!) :)

there may have been more, but not many. like i said, it was short!
if you made it this far, thanks for reading!  it was definitely a unique
experience.

peace,
amy

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hey all..


a while ago, i sent this person (sarah w)a check for the stickers she
offered, but
i never got them back, and i never heard from her...i keep trying to email
her, but theres no response..does anyone know anything?? thanks so much!!

                  with  love, and all things indigo

                                always,
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has anyone gotten/made a bott of any of the lilith fair shows from this
year, or is anyone planning on to?? i really would like to get a copy,
because im not able to go see it myself...let me know..thanks!!

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got this from today's detroit free press:
reprinted without permission. available (with sarah and ig pictures) at
http://www.freep.com/fun/index.htm

lilith fair lives up to reputation
july 8, 1998
by brian mccollum
free press pop music critic

want real girl power? forget the spice girls -- and their
familiar slogan -- later this month at the palace of auburn hills.
for genuine musical muscle, female-style, lilith fair is the
summer's hot gig. tuesday was night two of the roving fest's
three-day stint at sold-out pine knob, which hosted more than
30,000 fans monday and tuesday and is expecting a capacity
house today.

eau de estrogen was the essence of the day, and not just
onstage, where blues veteran bonnie raitt and vibrant pop diva
natalie merchant yielded the day's best sets. on the national
scene, lilith is winning not just the battle of the sexes but the
war at the box office, and that commercial spirit has seeped into
this year's event, with its crafty merchandising and rows of
corporate booths.

that didn't seem to faze the crowd -- mostly under 25 and
female -- which spent must of the eight-hour event traipsing
between the booths and the festival's three stages.

the vibe backstage was just as casual, with artists ducking in
and out of each other's dressing rooms to exchange hugs and
laughs. raitt, center of that attention, was musical matriarch,
too, as she and her four-man band later laid down a 50-minute
set of smoking roadhouse rock.

despite two bandaged wrists, raitt was all smiles, firing up her
customary fluid slide leads and swapping hot blues licks with
guitarist rick vito. unfortunately, folks piled into the
half-empty pavilion for raitt's set only upon the day's first
downpour, which kicked in just after "something to talk
about," turning hot-and-sticky pine knob into hot-and-soaked.

the rain also spurred merchant to become perhaps the
summer's first star to note the sickening stink of stale beer that
permeates the venue this time of year, calling the cleansing
shower "a blessing from above."

merchant was determined tofill the festival's role of giddy
little girl, starting her set in
pigtails and skipping acrossthe stage. the playful
persona, however, did little to
drain emotional weight frommoving numbers like
"wonder" and "carnival,"which took on edgier
personalities in the live setting.

merchant also performed a respectful a capella motown
homage, singing the supremes' "back in my arms again" --
and turning up more evidence of young detroiters' ignorance of
their valuable musical heritage. few in the crowd knew the
words when merchant dropped out to let the audience take over
the song's legendary chorus.

irish songstress sinead o'connor opened the headliner action
with a dynamic but hushed set that revealed one of the day's
frustrations: piercing screams from the crowd don't exactly
mesh with moments of quiet drama, and lilith fair is full of
both. shrieks continually intruded into musical climaxes --
unwanted yelps of joy at all the wrong moments.

the indigo girls are among lilith's best fits, sporting college
jangle and campfire harmonies that meld seamlessly with the
festival's demographics. the duo's 45-minute set tuesday was
appropriately animated, with yearning vocals on "a song for
virginia woolf" and a banjo-mandolin romp through "get out
the map."

the pair's final tune, the modern classic "closer to fine,"
featured a bevy of guests, including raitt and show organizer
sarah mclachlan. it was among the largest of such
collaborations, which popped up throughout the day in ritual
fashion and often came off forced, with guests often fumbling
or faking through their parts.

mclachlan closed the show with an uncharacteristically shaky
performance. she was already grimacing as her voice cracked
on the chorus of opening song "sweet surrender," and she may
still be feeling the effects of a stomach ailment that almost put
her out of commission monday night.


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okay, last post for a while.

a while back a fellow listee told us about seeing amy's hand tattoo
(from her forearm) in a book. she had a jpg of that picture but she has
no way to email a copy of that jpg to me. is there anyone out there that
has this picture that has the capabilities to send me a copy? thanks in
advance!

peace,
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in a message dated 98-07-08 19:57:37 edt, wmntime wrote:

<< the funny thing is that i don't mind the song itself, i just
can't stand the music that starts the beginning of it. >>

i have a friend who feels exactly the same way.  she says that the part where
em sings the word "caramia" reminds her of this awful song on her world
wrestling federation soundtrack!! (i wonder how she can tell what is "awful"
and what isn't on a wwf soundtrack, but oh well...  to each her own!!)
;-)
terri

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just an update.  we are at $255.  well, plus 25 more that someone will be
mailing directly to the charity.  i am not sure of jills records at the
moment...

erin tripp
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35603
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subject:      help!

hey all.
i'm coming out of lurkdom for a sec because i've misplaced my
palace, new haven, ct 4-24-95  boot.
i love this one, it's a great quality, and i can't believe it's missing.
if someone's willing to dub me a new one, email me, and i'll
send you my boot list.
thanks a mil.
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okay, i have a stupid three hits story.

i played volleyball on my company's team, and we sssssssucked!  i mean, it
was laughable, in a depressing sort of way.

the general strategy of our team was to hit the ball immediately back over
the net, with no regard for timing, placement or accuracy.  i took it upon
myself to stress to the team the importance of setting up a play, so my
mantra became, "c'mon, y'all, three hits!  remember, three hits!"

and i would always make a silent addendum to that statement: "and it's
poetry in motion."  sometimes i would sing it out loud.  i think the team
thought i was complimenting their grace and athleticism.  which was false.

that's my story.

but really, i've decided lately that "three hits" is one of my top amy
songs.  i just never, ever tire of it, and i love singing along.  and i
read an article about frank stanford, and it was fascinating.

now, about "caramia".  i know many people dislike this song.  but to me,
it's just raw emotion from emily.  amy has r&j, b&f, dgtgag, etc.  it's
good for emily to just wail.

i and my friends julie and arin (who is a guitar goddess without equal)
recently rehashed the discussion regarding the song being about amy.  i
think if you want it to be about amy, it really can work.  anybody else
think that?  it's really a cryptic song, but if you start assigining it
meanings, they can stick.

oh, well.

love,
j u s t i n

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but very curious.

sometimes it got him into trouble.
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<< with yearning vocals on "a song for
virginia woolf" >>

great article, thanks so much, but i'm a little confoozed.......(i don't care
if it isn't important, i'm gonna find this out).....since when is it called "a
song for virginia woolf"??? i thought it was simply "virginia
woolf"....correct me if i'm wrong.....

peace,
*erica*

"maybe move to the right, maybe move to the left,
so we can all see her pain she wears like a banner on her chest,
and we all say it's sad, and we think it's a shame,
and she's called to our attention, but we do not call her name,
the girl with the weight of the world in her hands..."
-indigo girls,
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in a message dated 98-07-08 17:34:11 edt, sunnyig@yahoo.com writes:

<< but i did find sister 7...one cd
was $4 and the other was a single for $1...i cant remember the name
off hand... >>

oooh ooooh!! sister 7!! the greatest band in the whole world!!  ya, sorry ok,
indigo's are second on my list.  patrice is first baby!!  oh man, where did
you find the c.d's?  it wouldn't happen to be one called free love and nickel
beer would it?   if anyone has not checked out this band i highly suggest you
do, they are totally awesome.  very talented.  if you can't find any of their
cd's let me know , i'd be glad to hook you up!!
val

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in a message dated 98-07-08 18:05:35 edt, wpatter@bmimetronics.com writes:

<< i was placing orders today (i'm a purchasing agent), and noticed that
one of the things i was ordering had the part# fhf-h1880ae, and guess
what i thought of?! >>


um, ya. ::crooked grin::, ok so some of this stuff i could sort of relate ya
know? but geee , have you ever considered professional counceling??


*hee!*
j/k
love ya'll!
val

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hey ya'll i don't fell like spilling my guts to 700+ people plus it's a
waste of bandwith but if anyone wants to listen to me for a sec and give
me some advice i'd appreciate it..

thanks

lamia


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hello, my northern neighbors.  my boss is desperate for a canadian beanie
baby.  she said something about it having a maple leaf on it or
something.  anybody out there who can help?  i'd appreciate it and my
boss would wicked appreciate it.  private e-mail to let me know.  thanks.
faye.

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the part at the beginning when i came down sick and left the ig tent
gathering not to be rude, but to try to relieve some stress. went to the
doctors today and found out it was serious. he said my stress level needs
to come down and to take it easy and i was put on medicine for a little
high blood pressure and to break this month long headache. i also have to
record my blood pressure every other day and record it and in two weeks
call in the results. oh, well i guess i should have listened to everyone in
my family and cool my temper. so i am now paying the price of being
stubborn. when i get the boot for all that are sitting here i will get them
done and out to everyone. at this time no new orders. except for the
columbus boot when it is decided who's tape is going to be used and i will
put the ig photos on my web page from the concert with the help of my
friend other then that i am taking it easy and getting my stress level to
drop before i become sicker. i hope everyone understands about me drawing
the line on tape orders for awhile. missy

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.. you go to another country to see them play.... and then you go
to five ig concerts while you are there...

lynda
*whose still upset she couldn't go to all the ig oz tour dates
*but is still high on the fact she got to sing with them...!

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subject:      attn:  wendy bucklew kansas city concertgoers!

hey kfs,

is anyone going to wendy bucklew's concert
in kansas city this weekend (saturday)?  i'm in iowa and
i'm seriously considering making the 5 hour
drive down to kc, mo. i'd have to go alone, since
i can't find anyone willing to give up the time to go.
it would make it much easier on my lonesome
self if 1.) someone in the iowa area (suzi s., karen t.,
angela l., or anyone else...) would want to carpool
to the show, or 2.) someone would be willing to
meet up with me before the show for dinner, at the
show, or after the show for a drink or something.
if i'm going alone, i want to meet people.  anyone???

lisa s.

p.s.  get back to me a.s.a.p.  it's wed. night already,
and i haven't had much time to organize this.  but,
there is still time to set up a meeting or even to
finagle someone to go with me.  ;-)

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you know you're obsessed with the indigo girls when...

(yes folks, this happened to me today...) you're riding the bart (the bay
area rapid transit) and you look out the window (i usually read or do
something else...) and see a store eith the word "indigo" in its name and
think "i really should get off and take a picture!"  sadly, i didn't get
off the train at the next stop because a) my camera was at home b) i was
alone and c) i was in oakland and i don't know oakland all that well...
but... the next time i'm on bart with friends (jill, warn marissa and
alma!!!), we just might *have* to get off the train to get a picture!

love,
karen :-)

ps- don't know if i have ever mentioned this, but in yellow springs, ohio
(near dayton and springfield...) there is theatre called "center stage".
ummmm...i think it's on dayton street.  anyway, i have pictures of the
building...


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
"if we get to have some answers when we reach the other
side, the prize is always worth the rocky ride."
        --the goddess emily saliers (indigo girls)
"my flesh is strong; my spirit's stronger."
        --the goddess amy ray (indigo girls)
"we'll ride out to california with your arms around my chest
and i'll pretend that this is real, cause this is what i
like best." --ani difranco
http://userpages.wittenberg.edu/~klrosenb
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date:         thu, 9 jul 1998 00:04:42 -0400
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subject:      sotw - caramia

i personally love this song. . .i don't really understand why so many
people seem to dislike it. maybe is it because it's really a big
departure from emily's usual style? i don't know. but that, for me, is
one of the reasons i like it so much. not that i don't like emily's usual
style - i love it - but for some reason, i like to see both em and amy do
songs that are kind of different from what you'd expect from them. you
know, amy has her trademark firey and passionate style (like in cut it
out, scooter boys, fugitive. . .) and emily's trademark is a little more
quiet, introspective thoughtfulness (love's recovery, fare thee well,
ghost. . .). but i like songs where they kind of seem to "switch" - it's
neat to see amy's quiet thoughtfulness or emily's more passionate side -
especially since their own version of those things is a bit different
from the other person's (if that makes any sense at all).

hmmmm, that was a little bit of a tangent if i ever saw one. . back to
caramia. . .

anyway, the point i was trying to make is that it's neat to see emily
experiment, and that's one of the many things that draws me into this
song. (em herself said she was really excited about it because it was
different, and the first sing she'd written on electric guitar.)

it seems like a lot of people appreciate the words but not the music. .
.to me, the music just adds to the intensity. yeah, the emphasis on the
electric guitar isn't something we've heard her do before, but if you
listen to the chord progression (i don't know what it is, but it sounds
really neat), it just screams out emily-ness. amy's harmonies are
absolutely intense, and the strings part adds so much - gives me
goosebumps! i *love* that arrangement. (didn't sara help with that?)

and then the lyrics. . .who was it that said emily was the goddess of
wisdom? i couldn't agree with you more.

so that's my 2 (more like 10) cents on caramia. . .i am so in awe of
emily's enormous musical talent. i'm just so glad she's generous enough
to share it with all of us!

peace, love, indigo, and all good things,
kristina :o)

* * * * *
"the music whispers you in urgency,
          hold fast to that languageless connection. " --emily saliers

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date:         wed, 8 jul 1998 23:12:44 -0500
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subject:      sister 7 at polaris lilith fair; some igc

hi y'all,

there is just so much to gain by
going to a lilith fair, if you keep you
eyes and ears open and be willing to
get to all the stages for all the acts.  don't
limit yourself to the mainstage acts;
don't overlook the second and village
stages.

sister 7 played on the second
stage at the polaris lilith fair on july
5.  i'm soooo glad i made it to the stage
on time and got my lazy butt up
to the front.  they were awesome!  i'd
highly recommend catching sister
7 in concert or at least picking up a cd.
i got a cd of theirs recently at blockbuster music,
so i know they're available at major music
chains.  the one i got is "this the trip", their
1997 release.  it's been a long while since i've
seen an unknown act in concert
and felt compelled to pick up the
cd right away.  it's an awesome
cd!

another very cool thing.....patrice pike,
sister 7's lead singer was awesome
during closer to fine with the girls.   she
did the "i stopped by the bar at 3 a.m....."
lyric the most powerfully, aggressively,
and amazingly  that i've ever heard
someone sing it (besides the girls,
that is  :).  i even screwed up my boot
(even more) when i yelled at the
top of my lungs "yeahhhhhh!!!!"
when she was done with the verse.

yeeee-haaaaaaaw!
get sister 7 on cd!

lisa s.

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date:         wed, 8 jul 1998 21:25:56 pdt
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oh i'm being band with the nigcs and sigcs i'm sorry ya'll but..
yesterday i got the cd women live from mountain stage. (that has the
girls doing strange fire on it) and it has a cool song by heather eatman
on it..i've seen a few sites about her but they all basically say the
same thing..does anyone here know anything about her? any fans running
around?

*hugs*

lamia

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does anyone have any info on the rolling thunder pussy review i would like to
know about the dates so if anyone has a list of dates i'd really appreciate it
if you sent them to me

thank you
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date:         thu, 9 jul 1998 01:55:15 pdt
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subject:      re: dykes and butches
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hmmm, i dunno...i call myself a dyke.  and when someone asks me what type of woman i go for, i say, "a dyke."  i don't think of it as a slur.  when i saw all the queens in the gay pride parade last weekend, i (along with several other women) was yelling out loud, "but where are all the dykes?"  which, btw, a friend told me, "um, we are all inside in the ac laughing at the queens."  and what about "dykes on bikes" and such?  i think it's all in who is calling one a dyke and in what context...my .02...
toye

. dyke is a term i think is used by people to
> slur us or make us feel uncomfortable about who we are.

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sherlyn wrote:
t... how about "three hits" and "caramia"?

3 hits was one of the songs i used in my project for am lit. after 1865, which, btw, i got 100% on thanks in big part to a & e.  i researched frank stanford in doing that project.  wow!  the web doesn't have much on him.  his material is really rare and almost impossible to get.  from what i read though, the guy was a genious.  he died so tragically at such a young age.  ig songs are so deep!  constant stranger...is one of his works; hence the line in the song.  he was adopted i think when he was three.  i always thought amy's line "mother, do you claim me, my beloved, do you blame me?" was possibly in reference to this.  the "beloved blame" possible goes more to his wife for the suicide perhaps.  anyone else thoughts?
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you know you're obsessed w/ ig when:

you are in wal-mart (or any such place) and when you pass by the personalized key chains, little plastic license plates, etc., instead of searching for names yourself, freinds, or loved ones, you check to see if they have amy and emily   ;)
toye

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>
> of course...many of un indigohioans were pondering on how to get the
> tower booth's signing table.......

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i think there are a lot of positives in caramia, but i have to agree, it's hard to wait until it's over to get to dgtgag!  there are a lot of emily's genious attributes in there such as... the dream that sara had about the shoes being in there--leave it to em to get that somehow into a song.  also, harriett the spy...as anyone who knows me is aware, any connections between literature and music is all positive imho.  there are other things too.  look at "back pocket fade."  only emily could ever come up with such a term.  but when i think of how the back pockets of jeans wear from having a wallet or whatever you always carry, there, what better term to describe what would happen if you always carried a blank notebook in your back pocket?  "my wannabe harriet the spy..." isn't it cute?  but caramia, i've decided is just too long.
toye

> caramia- out of all the indigo girls songs, i must say that this is one of
> my least favorites

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how, where, why?  what's this?  i must have missed something.  does it say "amy?"  i thought it was about a #*%*ed up relationship!  weren't those emily's words once?  clarify, someone...

regarding the song being about amy.  i
> think if you want it to be about amy, it really can work.  anybody else
> think that?

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subject:      multimedia indigo girls files on the web!!!!

     looking for multimedia files on the net? (video, audio and images)
     even look for specific file types, like avi, mov, viv, ram and mpg?
     go to www.scour.net

     i've tried it for indigo girls and was amazed by the results.

     have fun, hope this helps,

     miriam (with the hat!)
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subject:      goldmine artice (very long)

in the july 17th issue of goldmine, russell hall wrote a
very good and very long ig article.  here it is:

no one knows better than the indigo girls that publicity can
sometimes come
in strange guises.  during two weeks in may of this year, it was
virtually
impossible for anyone living in the south to pick up a newspaper
without
seeing the names of amy ray and emily saliers splashed prominently
across the pages.  given the duo's reputation for outspokenness on
issues
such as enviromentalism, corporate greed, and abortion rights, on
first
blush one might've assumed the furor had been stirred by some
political
stance taken by the folk-pop duo, but that wasn't the case.  instead,
it
was of all things their sexual orientation that was at issue.  in a
manifesta-
tion of what jim sonefeld of hootie and the blowfish termed a
"socially
medieval" attitude, the powers-that-be in three southern cities --
knoxville,
tenn.; germantown, tenn.; and columbia, s.c. -- cancelled free shows
which were to take place in high schools in each of those towns.
implicitly
or explicitly, the reason the performances were disallowed was
clearly
because ray and saliers are gay.

"this was the first time we had tried  to do anything in a public
school
forum," says ray, "where there's a bureaucracy, and people who can
cancel
things.  it's as if schools have a weird immunity from free speech or
some-
thing, which seems bizarre, to me.  we wanted to play high schools
and
talk about the arts, and about being a musician, and about how to do
what
you want to do and be creative.  our feeling is that kids today
aren't given
enough support for extracurricular activities, or for things that
have to do with
the arts.  everyone is so worried about shootings and drugs and gangs,
that
these things just get overlooked.  so we did this pilot thing, where
five schools
agreed to have us come and perform.  they read our lyrics, and they
knew
everything about us.  but then the parents started calling in."

in spite of the uproar, everything ended well, as in each instance
ray and
saliers simply moved the setting for the concerts to an alternate
venue.  high
school students turned out in droves, many of them wielding placards
proclaim-
ing support for the indigo girls.  as an incidental benefit, the
publicity generat-
ed by the controversy probably increased album sales, although it's
doubtful
that that was on the minds of ray and saliers.  intolerance and
discrimina-
tion are twin evils the indigo girls have fought for years, whether
the injustice
has been directed at them or others.

the indigo girls' story begins in atlanta, where ray and saliers were
school-
mates in the early '80's.  the daughter of a physician and a
homemaker, ray
was born in 1964, the third of four children.  by the time she
reached second
grade she was writing plays, and by age twelve she had taken up the
flute.
known for her exuberance and her sense of leadership, she was elected
pres-
ident of her tenth and eleventh grade classes, and she also ran track
and sang
in the school choir.

the second of four children, emily saliers was born in connecticut,
where she
lived until her family moved to atlanta when emily was in the sixth
grade.  her
father was a professor of theology at emory university, while her
mother super-
vised the children's section at one of atlanta's public libraries.
quiet and intro-
spective, saliers began studying classical guitar while still a grade
school stu-
dent, and like ray, she sang in the school choir.  the two girls know
one anoth-
er and were friendly during this time, but several years would pass
before they
attempted to create music together.

"we both played guitar," ray explains, "but we didn't start playing
together
until we reached high school.  i was in the tenth grade, and emily
was in
the eleventh.  we were in the chorus together, and we sort of messed
around
with music a bit then.  but it wasn't until the following year, when
emily became
a senior, that we really started playing a lot together, and kind of
cemented our
relationship.  that's when we started performing in the classroom a
lot, and do-
ing open mic nights at a local bar."

once they began collaborating, the muscial chemistry between ray and
saliers
developed only gradually, and indeed the differences in their tastes
were
apparent from the start.  from an early age, saliers steered toward
folk artists
and vocal groups -- the kingston trio and peter, paul, and mary were
particular
favorites -- and she also gravitated toward the jazz and classical
music in her
parents' record collection.  saliers was also drawn to soul and
rhythm 'n' blues,
and in fact the first record she ever bought was an album by the
jackson five.
then, in her late teens, she stumbled upon the work of joni mitchell
and bob
dylan, as well as that of folk-pop songwriters such as jane siberry
and the
roches.  these would be the artists who would help to shape her own
sensi-
bilities as a songwriter.

"musically, amy and i are very different," says saliers, "and our
influences are
different as well.  amy has more of a post-punk influence, and her
music tends
to be rawer and more edgy.  she also has a deeper, more rock 'n' roll
type of
voice.  on the other hand, my music tends to fall into more of the
singer-song-
writer vein, and i have a higher voice.  these things are a bit
indicative of our
personalities as well.  amy is more driven and motivated, and more
passion-
ate and fiery.  we also like to do different things with our time.
fortunately,
these differences have complemented one another, and they've worked
to our
advantage.  it's kind of like having two musical lives."

like saliers, ray grew up listening to music passed down from family
members
-- in her case, the album collection of an older sister.  at first
she preferred late
sixties psychedelic music by such bands as the jefferson airplane and
the
strawberry alarm clock, though she soon moved on to folk rockers like
james
taylor and neil young.  then, in the early '80's, she began
discovering groups
with a harder edge, bands that would tug her music in directions
different from
the fare served up by singer-songwriter types.  ray agrees with
saliers that the
gap between their influences is key to understanding the chemistry of
the indigo
girls.

"at a certain point," says ray, "i heard patti smith, the
replacements, lloyd
cole and the commotions, aztec camera, the clash, and the sex pistols.
  and
when i heard those types of bands, everything turned inside out for
me in a way
that was really good.  it was a feeling of, 'oh, this is what i've
been waiting for.'
the post-punk bands really liberated me, in a sense.  whenever i go
back to
things i listened to before then, i just can't even relate to it.
there are a few
exceptions, like james taylor and neil young, who i can still relate
to as a
writer, but as emily and i started doing more original music, that's
when the
differences in our influences started to become more obvious."

although ray and saliers performed occasionally in public while they
were still
in high school, it wasn't until they began attending emory university
that a career
in music began to seem viable.  by the time the two graduated, they
were appear-
ing regularly as featured performers (under the name saliers and ray)
at several
local clubs -- most notably the little five points pub, where they
were considered
the unoffical house band.  after changing their name to the indigo
girls, in 1985.
the duo released a single called "crazy game," which was soon
followed by a
self-titled ep.  in 1987 they recorded their first full-length album,
titled strange fire,
and issued it on their own indigo label.  the lp sold 5,000 copies, a
substantial
figure by self-release standards.  as further evidence of their
astute judgment when
it came to directing their career, the indigo girls deliberately
focused on performing
in alternative clubs rather than in folk settings.

"we were loud, even back then," ray explains.  "we were kind of
raucous, and we
liked to jam and turn our guitars up.  back then, the tradition in
folk was that your
voice was always louder than your guitar, but we liked the idea of
mixing the guitar
up as loud as the voice.  there were a lot of things about us that
didn't fit in with
coffeehouses very well.

"we wanted to play rock clubs," she continues, "or places that were
once punk
venues which had become alternative clubs.  that's also where the
college students
were, and where our friends hung out, and where the bands we liked
tended to play.
i would call up these places and tell them we would play a couple of
shows for free,
if they would just give a chance.  the [owners] would say things like,
'well, i don't
know about acoustic stuff,' but they would usually give in and let us
try.  it almost
always worked out."

as driven as the indigo girls were, one might surmise that it was
through their own
ambition that they snagged a major label deal, but that wasn't the
case.  as ray
tells it, a representative from epic records visited atlanta in 1988,
in part to see a
performance by one of the label's bands, but also to investigate
whether epic should
throw its hat in the ring with several labels vying to sign rem.  as
chance would
have it, the scout for epic wandered into the little five points pub,
where the indigo
girls were performing.  duly impressed, the representative left
atlanta and returned
a few weeks later -- this time with an epic vice president in tow --
to see the indigo
girls open a show for nancy griffith.  in a matter of days a contract
had been worked
out, with the details of the deal handled by the duo's longtime
friend and manager,
russell carter.  though the signing was certainly a high point in the
indigo girls'
career, for several weeks afterward ray found herself fending off a
cloud of
depression.

"it was a situation where we had this thing going," she says "where
we were
managing ourselves and booking ourselves, and when we let go of that
we were
excited at first, because we had been working so hard.  we were tired,
and we
thought, 'oh good, someone's going to share the load.' but then we
took a step
back and thought, 'oh sh*t, did we just give up something we
shouldn't have --
our control, our independence, our autonomy?'  but the reality is
that epic has
been very supportive of us all along, in both our political agenda
and our creative
freedom.  it's been an asset to have them, and it's really freed us
up to do other
things with our time.  it's kind of a give-and-take thing."

saliers concurs:  "from the very beginning we made it clear to the
company that,
in our case, what you see is what you get.  it was understood that we
weren't into
'image,' and we weren't going to be told what songs to record.  we
were going to
do our own songs, and they would be produced the way we wanted them
produced.
amy and i were able to say these things because we weren't h*llbent
on getting a
major label deal.  we approached everything with a kind of relaxed
attitude, and we
had no real expectations about what might happen, or how many records
we would
sell.  basically, the most important thing to us was to protect the
integrity we brought
to what we were doing musically and that's exactly what we did."

ray's misgivings soon passed, and later that year she and saliers
went to l.a. to
record their debut album for epic.  released in 1989, the eponomously-
titled indigo
girls peaked at #22 on the billboard charts, and the single, "closer
to fine,"
reached #52.  the album garnered ray and saliers a grammy nomination
that
winter for best new artist (the grammy was won by milli vanilli), and
even more
impressive, the grammy committee honored indigo girls with the award
for best
contemporary folk recording of that year.  to support the album, the
indigo girls
spent a large portion of that year on tour -- sometimes as headliners,
other times as
the opening act for neil young or rem.  indeed, rem's role in the
duo's early success
was especially significant, as members of the band not only
championed ray and
saliers in the press, but also contributed instrumentally to two
tracks on the epic
debut.  rem's appearance was just the first instance in what would
soon become a
regular occurring motif, as stellar backers began to appear regularly
on the indigo
girls's recordings.  when asked about the duo's ability to persuade
some of the
country's finest musicians to contribute to their songs, ray as a
simple explanation.

"we just ask them," she says with a laugh.  "i think they agree
because they know
we love playing music.  whenever we ask someone to play with us, it's
because we
want them to do their thing, and not because we want to dictate what
they're going
to do.  and i think people appreciate that.  but i also think people
just like to play.
if we know someone in a town we're playing in. we'll always ask them
to join us on-
stage.  it's a tradition with us, and i think people really enjoy
that, because it's not
something that happens a lot any more.  most of these people have a
certain
approach to music -- a certain open-mindedness -- that makes them
more inclined
to sit in with people.  steve earle is a good example of that.  he's
someone who
loves music, and who loves participating and engaging with people."

like ray, saliers stresses that the musicians who accompany them are
given an
unusual amount of freedom and autonomy during the recordings:
"a lot of times, when we get ready to record, we'll make a wish list
of people we
want to play on the album.  and sometimes people are recommended to
us by
producers, or by other musicians, or through word of mouth.  it's
really just a matter
asking people if they'll do it, and we've been fortunate in that most
of the people
we've asked have agreed.

"bascially," she continues, "we like for people to come in and do
their own thing.
for instance, lisa germano came up with a really wacky mandolin part
of 'least
complicated,' which ended up being one of the main hooks in the song.
no one
except her could have come up with that, at that moment, and that's
the sort of
thing we celebrate and encourage.  we don't bring musicians in and
try to get
them to do something that we would do ourselves.  we bring them in
because
we like what they do."

building upon the critical accolades and commercial success that
greeted their
debut, the indigo girls entered the '90's in high gear.
nomads*indians*saints
was released in the fall of 1990, and the following year epic issued
an eight-
song live ep, titled back on the bus, y'all, which earned the duo
their fourth
grammy nomination.  by the time their 1992 album, rites of passage,
was
released, ray and saliers had garnered a reputation not just as
impeccable
songwriters, but also as two of the music industry's most socially
conscious
and polically active artists.  in addition to integrating their
beliefs into their songs,
time and again the indigo girls used their burgeoning popularity to
champion
causes like hand gun control, habitat for humanity, and voters for
choice
(a reproductive rights organization).  as time passed, the duo became
deeply
involved with the issues of indigenous people, and in 1993 they
organized the
first of several shows in the midwest to raise money for "honor the
earth,"
an enviromental movement sponsored by the indigenous women's network.

as ray explains, the indigo girls' charitable efforts have been aimed
pri-
marily at providing assistance to activists functioning at a
grassroots level.

"we work with a lot of activists," she says, "and it has mostly to do
with
disenfranchised communities, or with issues that have come about
because
of the corporate structure of the united states.  the fact that multi-
national
corporations are in charge of things at this point is pretty scary;
[after all],
they have more money than the government.  the global economy is
killing
us - nafta, gatt - and we're all fighting the same enemy, since
manifest
destiny created all this disenfranchisement.  therefore, a lot of the
things
we do stem from a attitude of trying to spread out and help
communities.
most importantly, we don't go into someone's movement and tell them
how
to run things.  instead, we try to support what they're already doing.
  that's
the nature of grass roots activism -- to support and give voice to
people who
are trying to change things in their own communities."

saliers agrees:  "for the sake of being as effective as possible,
given the
amount of time we have, we've sort of honed our interests in on
indigenous
people's issues.  they're the true enviromentalists, [since] it
really runs
through their blood.  they don't think of themselves as
enviromentalists; it's
just that their way of living takes into account future generations
and protection
of our resources.  for traditional people, it's like breathing, and
amy and i
feel we can learn a lot from that way of thinking.  we live in a
society that's
so driven by money, and consumerism, and multi-national corporations..
..
there's little respect for any sense of balance.  that's why we've
become so
heavily involved with indigenous people's issues, and [native
american] rights,
and land protection issues."


with a seemingly inexhaustible supply of energy, the indigo girls
continued
their busy ways throughout the mid-90's, dividing their time between
album
work, concert tours, social activism, and contributions to various
soundtrack
compilations.  in 1994 the duo's services were solicited in the
making of two
films, philadelphia, and boys on the side.  for philadelphia, the
indigo girls
contributed their interpretation of a crazy horse song titled "i
don't want to
talk about it," while boys on the side saw them sharing screen time
with
the likes of drew barrymore and whoopi goldberg.  in addition, the
duo's
fourth full-length album, swamp ophelia, was released on may 10 of
that year
(true to form, the album was nominated by the grammy committee for
best
contemporary folk album), and in 1995 the indigo girls released a 2-
cd
collection of live material, titled 1200 curfews.

it's important to note that, throughout this time, the indigo girls
not only
to broaden the scope of their activism, they also honed their skills
as song-
writers.  as they had from the beginning of their career, ray and
saliers
continued to compose separately, and only rarely did either of them
seek
advice from the other about a particular song.  (in general, every
indigo girls
album has split the songwriting credits evenly, with the track
sequence
usually alternating between ray-penned and saliers-penned material).
given
that the two women do not collaborate, one can't help wondering if
they have
ever contemplated recording solo albums.

"i think we both think about doing solo projects," says ray, "not as
a major
release, or anything like that, but kind of just for fun.  both of us
jam with
other people, and we enjoy sitting in with other musicians.  neither
of us has
a sense of being threatened by what the other does, and we do have a
kind
of freedom to come and go.  i think the reason for that is because
our musical
relationship is so intact, and because we both feel that the sum of
that relation-
ship is better than the parts."

ray and saliers may prefer solitude when they're writing, but when it
comes to
live performance, their knack for bringing artists together on-stage
is well known.
as a case in point is what occurred during last year's lilith fair
tour.  as festival
organizer sarah mclachlan noted in a number of interviews, many of
the artists
participating were tentative about performing with one another until
the indigo
girls came on board.  not ones to abide such preciousness, ray and
saliers
went around knocking on doors and encouraged everyone to come out and
jam.
soon the dynamic of the festival changed, and what had previously
seemed a
rather stilted affair took on a bit of the flavor of a family
gathering.

"amy and i are like a couple of kids in a candy store when we get
around other
musicians," notes saliers.  "just to stand there and watch emmylou
harris, and
sheryl crow, and jewel, and sarah -- all these great people singing
their sets --
it just seemed like a great opportunity for everyone to get together
and jam.  that's
the school of thinking that amy and i come from.  when we were
growing up in
atlanta, everybody jammed together and everybody supported one
another.  there
were very few problems with competition, or with ego stuff.  and
that's the way
amy and i like to experience music.  if we're involved in a festival
situation, we're
going to go knocking on doors, saying 'please come sing with us.'"

adds ray:  "when you're on a tour like that, you just feel that at
some point
people will get bored with themselves, and that they will evolve and
start
playing with each other.  that tends to happen naturally, whether
we're there
to instigate it or not.  but in another way, that is what we do.
we're instigators.
we go into a festival enviroment and try to get people to play
together, because
that's what we feel should be happening.  of course, that sort of
attitude can rub
some people the wrong way.  most people like it, though, and we're
not trying
to be pushy.  we're just saying, 'look, guys.  there's a wealth of
talent here.
let's share, and play together.'

"i also think emily and i tend to be irreverent about that sort of
thing," ray
continues.  "we're not afraid to make mistakes on-stage, and we don't
worry
that our set is going to be messed up or anything.  we're not
precious, and i
think that sense of of looseness is what brought people [on lilith]
out of their
shells.  with a tour like lilith, it's hard because it's so big.
when you look at
the number of people there, and consider what it could do for your
career...
you might tend to get nervous, and not be willing to take risks.  but
for us,
it's not worth playing if you're not going to take risks."

with yet another grammy nomination added to their list of credits
(this time,
for their 1997 album, shaming of the sun), this summer the indigo
girls will
again get a chance to work their magic during the lilith fair
festivities.  boasting
a lineup that's larger in number and more stylistically expansive
than that
featured last year, the tour will likely present a greater challenge
when it comes
to fostering a sense of unity and camaraderie.  ray and saliers agree
that, in
the ten years they've been recording for a major label, the status of
women
in the industry has evolved, although they see room for greater
improvement.
and though the notion probably doesn't occur to them, the indigo
girls deserve
a large chunk of the credit for the way attitudes toward women in
music have
changed, and for furthering a sense of repsect for the contributions
of women
to rock 'n' roll.

"i do think things are better [for women]," says saliers, "and i hope
that's
not just a temporary trend.  the business has been male-dominated for
a
long time, just like most other facets of our society.  and there's
been prejudice,
in the sense that radio programmers wouldn't put a lot of women
artists together
in their line-ups, and promoters didn't want to feature shows with
more than one
woman act on the bill.  there have been problems like that, and i
think a festival
like lilith points up the existence of that type of ignorance.  but
things seem to
be changing, and that's really a good thing."

"women are getting more air play," ray concurs. "and lots of women
[in music] are really popular.  but there's still something that gets
to me,
something that i can't quite put my finger on.  it's sort of a ghetto-
ization
that goes on.  it's as if women in music are always looked upon as
this
surprising trend -- it's never just accepted for what it is.

"and also, i think the terms that success is based upon are still
"male"
terms.  and i don't think that's the fault of women.  i don't think
all of these
women are selling out.  women should have the freedom to do whatever
they
want -- to dress how they want, and to sing about whatever they want
to sing
about.  but the parameters of success are still dictated by a male
sensibility,
and by what a male wants to see in a female.  i don't think that's
changed,
although i do think women have more opportunities now.  things are
evolving."

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date:         thu, 9 jul 1998 07:38:04 -0400
reply-to:     kelly fairbairn <fairbk@sage.edu>
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hey!

i have for sale two lawn seats to lilith fair at the saratoga performing
arts center for sunday july 12 at 4:30 p.m.  i will sell the pair for $50,
or $25 a pop. (they are originally $30-something..)  no ig, but natalie
and sarah nonetheless.

thanks....
k.

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date:         thu, 9 jul 1998 05:00:02 pdt
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> since when is it called "a song for virginia woolf"???

since ig said, "this is a song for virginia woolf," and the author of
the article didn't know the title. :) *l*

peace,
amy

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date:         thu, 9 jul 1998 05:51:25 pdt
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>in the july 17th issue of goldmine, russell hall wrote a
>very good and very long ig article.  here it is:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
okay, y'all...guess this has already been posted. :) don't e-mail me
about it anymore. :)  there ain't no need for me to send it privately.

bethany :)

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date:         thu, 9 jul 1998 06:03:37 pdt
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okay dokaaaaaaaay i.g. lovers. :)
i'm heading for cleveland today to meet up with miss jill certo and
carol petricevic.  we're heading up to boalsburg, pa tomorrow for "da
show" and i've got an extra ticket on my hands. if you need it and you
don't mind payin' face value (a mere *22* dollars! what a deal!), just
e-mail me at ihatepine@hotmail.com -- that's carol's addy. :) we'll
check it periodically this evening.  sorry so late...didn't think about
it till now.  i'm so disorganized. hmmmph.

bethany :)

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date:         thu, 9 jul 1998 06:46:43 pdt
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you know you're obsessed when you actually dream about going into a
music store, heading straight for the "i" section and checking out the
indigo girls albums which are availible,
i actually dreamt this last night and was reminded by a post, but in the
dream i went and they only had 1200 curfews they had about twenty
copies,... i dunno, weird.
peace-rose


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>"we're fine."
>
>and you sing the rest of the chorus to power of two in your head.
>*this happened tonight when we watched that movie at my lgbt group's
>meeting*
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i love caramia as well, at first i thought that i wouldn't like it but
then it grew on me and it  rates up there on the songs that i would skip
to hear
peace
>
>i was really surprised that so many people didn't like caramia!
>i absolutely love it!  it's so intense, heavy and loud! it
>surprised me the first time i heard it because it's not the
>usual emily sound.  and the lyrics are just great.
>
>this has to be one of my favorites emily quotes:
>
>"i don't want what's best for you, where will i be when you've
> found it?"
>                emily saliers, goddess of truths
>
>just felt like sharing,
>
>isabelle :)
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hkf's,

deer creek music park, july 4th
me'shell, sinead, indigo, natalie, sarah

so after driving 9 hours the day before to get to indiana - home to a lot of
corn and car racing...  the 4th, saturday, was a beautiful day!  i got to the
show ready to tailgate, but <gasp> "you must head into the show" (said the
15 yr old security guard)....  <tremmbbblllllle>  but it was ok to bring in
any sealed drinks, so that was ok to leave...  [but what did all the
dead-heads do when uncle jerry's band set up there from 1970-1995???]
<tangent...>

deer creek is a real beautiful place.  for me, it's been the best out of
three lf's as far as food, bathrooms, & village areas for the other 2
stages.  all in all it's not in the mountains or anything but it's a great
venue with plenty of room.

so me'shell was real funked out - and she had a good, deep voice but i was
really there for other reasons.  and it was too bad no one was really payin'
attention to her cause it was still real early.

sinead came out w/ emperor's and also played nothing compares, last
acquaintance, and a song "for all the dead people here today" <alllllrighty
then>  she's got a great voice, but her songs were somewhat draggin' in some
cases.  nothing compares 2u was beautiful though.  (besides one song, i
think she played the same songs the next night)

ig:
setlist

chickenman
galileo
i don't wanna know
ghost
tried to be true
get out the map
water is wide
cut it out>
down by the river
closer to fine

amy, emily, jerry, jane, dave, & others...

chickenman - after waiting for many weeks, and then today many hours i was
ready!  and then played a killer chickenman!  especially since sinead came
out a did a great verse/chorus towards the end of the song.  i've heard this
song at a lot of my ig shows - so this addition (along w/ dave and jane)
really was awesome.

galileo - was a great crowd pleaser - it really got the somewhat subdued
crowd on the feet and goin' crazy.  this is always a fun song to see
live..."how long..."   great harmonies, it seems on an oldie the harmonies are
real mature and they have developed into leading, powerful roles for the
both of them.

i don't wanna know - great song, and real great to hear saliers & ray comin'
together on this song as well...  (they didn't mention the real 3rd indigo but
i'll live)

ghost - once again - ahhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!
i was in the back of the reserved, and impulsively (almost trance-like) i
ran up as far as i could go to see/hear emily.  the security said "you can't
stand in this aisle"  ....<gasp> "but it's emily!!!  and it's ghost....  ya
know - pipers & vipers!!!!"  but he wasn't at all moved by my insistence.
(oops - another tangent)

tried to be true - (to be honest, 2 lf's in 2 days - and i'm reading this on
the set-list and i don't really remember it...)  but it was great!!!!  duh?!!!
(must've been the margaritas)

get out the map - another fun song, really had that yee haa - and i love
hearing that little guitar that they play - is that the dulcimer or fiddle
(or is that the lap guitar emily plays for hkf?)  "i'm gonna drink under the
sun..."  or something like that...

water is wide...  ahhhhh- it was great to see sarah and n'dea out there
belting those beautiful lyrics...  i was waiting for this and it was sooooo
pretty (especially it was around that pretty sunsetting time of the day)

cut it out/down by the river - i've never heard that neil song and it was
amazing!!!  sooooo powerful, i just sang every word at the top of my
lungs!!! - much to the dismay of the nice persons around me <g>...  but my
fave boots are amy pouring her heart out on all those great neil songs
(cortez, rockin')  also, me'shell played bass and sang & the notes say
shawn(?) on lap steel.  (btw-i heard someone on the 2nd stage play old man -
wow...!  another golden oldie of neil's)

ctf - as usual a great ending to a great show and day so far.  i wish they
could save this for the end of the whole concert (it's good closure)

natalie - never seen her live and even after ig she really impressed me.
not only was she very animated but even her slower songs had plenty of
emotion and excitement to them.  jealousy, carnival, and all the others
sounded great.  her final song kind & generous was amazing.  the final jam
just went on for a long time - and it was just so happy and fun!!!  she
waved goodbye (band still jammin') grabbed her circus cape from backstage
and pranced around like a reindeer - and then she left again, all while the
band kept on going...  a great ending to a fun set.  even though people
criticize her diction or whatever it's called, she sounded great!!!  also, i
forget if it was the last song but she brought out sparklers!!!! in the
middle of one of the band's jams.  she ran all around w/ it, and had so much
fun out there!!!  (i was tempted to light mine and run up on stage but that
would be bad...)  ***fizzzzle fizzzle - sparkle sparkle***


sarah was a lot of fun too!  angel is just my fave - and that just
hypnotized me instantly...  elsewhere, adia, ice cream, and everything else
sounded awesome...  sorry i'm blankin' on the rest but even after a long day -
she really played a great set.  not my fave by sarah but it was still good.
the final song was "what's goin' on" or something like that & was real fun
too (no big yellow taxi) and it went on for awhile.  the crowd was real into
it at that point, so everyone was happy campers!!!

then - there were fireworks!!!!!!!!  right behind the lawn/amphitheater...
they went off, and they were great!!!  everyone just stood there and clapped
and enjoyed the festivities...  it was a special show and a lot of fun...  it's
amazing that sarah played her heart out this night but was unable to go on
the next.

thanks for listening - (sorry for the length)
have fun y'all!
8-)
mike
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at 08:56 pm 7/8/98 , amy vorpagel wrote:
>a while back a fellow listee told us about seeing amy's hand tattoo
>(from her forearm) in a book. she had a jpg of that picture but she has
>no way to email a copy of that jpg to me. is there anyone out there that
>has this picture that has the capabilities to send me a copy? thanks in
>advance!

you can still buy the book at amazon.com
<http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/1890451002/002-5731096-6385063>.

>
> bodies of subversion : a secret history of women and tattoo
>                      by margot mifflin
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hi everyone,
who is frank stanford?  reply privately if this has already been covered
on the list.
sarah

>sherlyn wrote:
>t... how about "three hits" and "caramia"?
>
>3 hits was one of the songs i used in my project for am lit. after
1865, which, btw, i got 100% on thanks in big part to a & e.  i
researched frank stanford in doing that project.  wow!  the web doesn't
have much on him.  his material is really rare and almost impossible to
get.

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date:         thu, 9 jul 1998 11:24:37 -0000
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you go to a concert with a splitting headache determine to meet other ig
fans and hopefully fun into at least amy ray and had to be at tower records
stand after you got into the gate. you are also obsessed with helping
people get ig tapes and trying to get a new one for yourself at the time
and try to branch the tape you did at the concert. as a result you end up
getting sicker and told by the doctor to take it easy for awhile, but when
it comes to ig's you find it hard to do. missy

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remember those two lilith tickets that my office mate needed to get
rid of?  well, she still has them, and their good for a lawn seat at
the bonnie raitt show at the polaris (in columbus, oh).  she wanted to
let y'all know that she is still willing to sell them.  interested?
email her at yateskj@jmu.edu

anna


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date:         thu, 9 jul 1998 08:49:49 -0700
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i spoke to wendy the other day from boston and she asked me to relay her
"thanks!" to everyone who's come out so far to see her.  she's traveling
without a computer and she wanted me to tell y'all that you make it work.
you still have a chance to catch wendy and the band live.  (manhattan,
kansas, you asked for her, you got her!  pittsburgh, you can listen to her
live on wyep today at 1:15pm!)  come on down and show your support.  they
rock, they roll, they're good for your soul:

july
9               pittsburgh, pa, rosebud, 7:30pm, (412) 261-2221
11              kansas city, mo, streetside records, (816) 561-1580
11              kansas city, mo, davey's uptown, opening for parlay
12              rusty's last chance, manhattan, ks, (785) 776-6451 (free show!)
15              ft. collins, co, aggie theater, 9pm, (970) 407-1322
19              santa fe, nm, drama club, (505) 988-4374
23              ventura, ca, nicholby's, 10pm, (805) 653-2320
24              los angeles, ca, the mint, 8:30pm, (213) 954-9630

we are putting the grass back into grass roots and doing local flyer
campaigns.  if wendy is coming to your town, and you'd like to help us post
flyers, we'd love to hear from you.  we'll send you some flyers and a signed
"asleep in the swing" poster.

wendy's website is hoppin':  http://www.flylive.com/flylive/wendy.html
please check it out.

with humble thanks,

lorene machado

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ha!  this entire discussion is making me remember
julia peneolpe and sarah lucia-hoagland and man....

just try being a
radical-lesbian-on-the-verge-of-being-a-separaist-if-
not-already-there-feminist-dyke.

now that's fun.

you get to argue *not* over butch/femme
roles/meanings/if it's good or not/etc, but over what
separtism really is, what it means, if it's
racist/sexist/classist/ blah blah blah blah blah blah
blah.

luckily, there are so few of us.....

amanda

ps i'm backkkk!!!!!!

ps2 jill did you get my email about diva?


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ha!  this entire discussion is making me remember
julia peneolpe and sarah lucia-hoagland and man....

just try being a
radical-lesbian-on-the-verge-of-being-a-separaist-if-
not-already-there-feminist-dyke.

now that's fun.

you get to argue *not* over butch/femme
roles/meanings/if it's good or not/etc, but over what
separtism really is, what it means, if it's
racist/sexist/classist/ blah blah blah blah blah blah
blah.

luckily, there are so few of us.....

amanda

ps i'm backkkk!!!!!!

ps2 jill did you get my email about diva?

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no, have you?/so he called me a dyke and i said yeah
right/that's mr. dyke to you."  estrofemme

the older i get the more radical i get, the more
defined my opinions, theories and ideas become, and
the better i am able to fight.


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>
> hmmm, i dunno...i call myself a dyke.  and when
someone asks me what type of woman i go for, i say,
"a dyke."  i don't think of it as a slur.  when i saw
all the queens in the gay pride parade last weekend,
i (along with several other women) was yelling out
loud, "but where are all the dykes?"  which, btw, a
friend told me, "um, we are all inside in the ac
laughing at the queens."  and what about "dykes on
bikes" and such?  i think it's all in who is calling
one a dyke and in what context...my .02...
> toye
>
>
>
> . dyke is a term i think is used by people to
> > slur us or make us feel uncomfortable about who
we are.
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isabelle wrote:
>wow!
>i was really surprised that so many people didn't like caramia!
>i absolutely love it!  it's so intense, heavy and loud! it
>surprised me the first time i heard it because it's not the
>usual emily sound.  and the lyrics are just great.
>this has to be one of my favorites emily quotes:
>"i don't want what's best for you, where will i be when you've
>found it?"

my thoughts exactly.  caramia is one of my favorites.
i, too, was quite surprised that so many of you dislike this song.

~susan

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i don't think anyone has mentioned this yet:
in the people magazine with bruce and demi on the cover, there's a blurb
about ellen singing closer to fine with the indigo girls!

*hugs*

lamia

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vcr alert!
i saw a commercial on vh1 last night advertising lilith-related shows all
day on saturday.  even a special lilith edition of pop-up.
-g.

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hey all.
i'm still trying to get a car to drive to the boalsburg
show.  it's about a 5-6 drive for me i think from central nj.
anyway...if i can make it i want to meet up with you all in the parking
lot.  so, someone please post all the tailgate info (time, what to look
for, etc).
thanks much.
jk

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i know the gospel side of guitar, because when i took lessons that is what
i was taught. i know the rock, gospel and country side to piano, because
that was what i was taught. so i have no idea how to begin to learn to play
indigo girl songs on the guitar. any help would be appreciated. also is
there a good book of the girls i can get and where would i find it at.
missy

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aloha :)
                i ordered a bunch of those stickers too, never got 'em either, and i am not
getting a reply when i email her.    about two weeks after i sent my order and
$, i did get an email from her saying that she had  misordered the stickers
and so i attributed the looooooong wait to that little problem. . . but it's
been a while and i'm starting to wonder.  if anybody knows whats up,  please
let me know.

emily :)

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does anyone who was at columbus lilith want to get together and
meet up for this show?  we'll be on the lawn, but it still might
be cool to group up and have a mini-meet. :)

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at 05:29 pm 7/8/98 -0500, julie dougherty wrote:

>wha....?   where?  when did this happen...what have i missed.  what is
>the tattoo total on amy right now?

two, i think.  a hand-type dealie on her forearm and a celtic knot-type
thingamajig on her chest.

>sorry if this has been discussed, relatively new listee here!
>btw, anyone else out there got interesting tattoos?  i love to hear
>about them.

i've got a celtic knot-type thingamajig on my upper left shoulder on my
back.  the tattoo guy screwed it up though so i think i'm gonna have to go
get it fixed somehow.  :o(

-kate  :o)


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i have 1 lawn ticket available for the lilith fair on monday
july 13 in holmdel, nj at the pnc bank arts center.
i may have another available soon also.
email me if interested.  i'm asking what it cost me:  $36.
it's a sold out show.
ig will be there.
if someone can post this to the lilith fair list too, that'd be great.
thanks all.

jamik@juno.com

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does anyone out there have set lists for all the mainstage acts from
albuquerque lillith?  or can you direct me to someone who does?
email me privately if you can help -- thanks!
peace,
lisa j.

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hey y'all~~~~

okay, this is going to sound a little cruel, but...a while back, maybe
in february, somebody mentioned in a concert review that emily came in
too early on the "let's go roadblock trippin..." line on soy.  anyway,
i've been thinking bout this one for awhile, but i can't remember when
this was.  so...does anybody remember what show this was?...and...does
anybody have the boot and is willing to make a copy for me?  (still
don't have much to trade.)  i know it may seem mean, but i love it
when emily makes a little booboo it's always so cute.  (and a little
reassuring to know even the master screws up sometimes.)

okay, this is probably getting a little old, but i just had to add to
that obsessessed (i spelled that wrong didn't i) with the indigo girls
thread.  (after all, i border on obssessive-compulsive so this was
made for me.)  so...you know you're an obssessed fan when...

...you go out for a walk one day and pass in front of a small shop
that sells exercise equipment and stop and just stare at the word
"lifecycles" for a half hour...

...you almost get kicked out of a melissa etheridge chatroom for
talking nonstop about the indigo girls...

...you almost kick someone out of a melissa etheridge chatroom for
asking "what are the indigo girls?"...

...you sing "airplane" throughout the 8 hour plane ride to japan...and
when you're there yell out "virginia slam!" everytime you see a
virginia slims advertisement, to the alarm of about 100 japanese
people who have no idea what you're saying...

...you've seen the behind the music special on lilith fair 17 times
but have seen the second half of it just once...

...you are on a first name basis with the post office lady...

...and of course, you come to school everyday to get into the puter
lab at 7 am to read the 100 new messages from this list during the
summer, even though you're not taking any summer courses...

lori ann

"i went looking for a car
found a man and...his...stars..."
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http://www.rockontv.com

vh1 will be devoting much of their sun 12 july programming to lilith
fair artists including ig... however those morons at vh1 are *not*
giving ig their props -- someone ought to inform those vh1 dolts that
ctf is *not* ig's only video -- they're showing it once (show #6 at 3:30
pm) -- and then not bothering to include it in popup video!

"water is wide" video will only be shown once -- there are repeats of
shows #1, 2, & 4 only. which means that we will be treated to: bonnie r:
5x (+ 2 specials!), natalie m: 6x, sarah m: 5x, paula c: 4x, lisa l: 3x,
erykah badu: 3x, fugees: 2x  -- and ig only *twice*: ctf & "water is
wide" -- this is just *wrong*!... imho...   <sheesh!, grrrr>   :-(

sun 12 july
-----------

1:00 pm  vh1    women first: lilith #1
(& 4:00 pm)                  videos by lilith fair artists
                             including natalie merchant
                             ("carnival"), bonnie raitt
                             ("one belief away"), meredith
                             brooks ("bitch") and paula
                             cole ("where have all the
                             cowboys gone")

1:30 pm  vh1    women first: lilith #2
(& 4:30 pm)                  videos by lilith fair artists
                             including sarah mclachlan
                             ("building a mystery"), lisa
                             loeb ("i do"), the fugees
                             ("killing me softly") and
                             sinead o'connor ("nothing
                             compares to you")

2:00 pm  vh1    women first: lilith #3
                             videos by lilith fair artists
                             including bonnie raitt ("i
                             can't make you love me"),
                             billie myers ("tell me"), joan
                             osborne ("one of us") and
                             indigo girls with jewel and
                             sarah mclachlan ("water is
                             wide")

2:30 pm  vh1    women first: lilith #4
(& 6:30 pm)                  videos by lilith fair artists
                             including shawn colvin
                             ("sunny came home"),
                             natalie merchant ("wonder"),
                             suzanne vega and erykah
                             badu ("tyrone")

3:00 pm  vh1    women first: lilith #5
                             videos by lilith fair artists
                             including paula cole ("i don't
                             want to wait"), sarah
                             mclachlan ("adia"), bonnie
                             raitt ("something to talk
                             about") and des'ree ("you
                             gotta be")

3:30 pm  vh1    women first: lilith #6
                             videos by lilith fair artists
                             including lisa loeb & 9
                             stories ("stay"), natalie
                             merchant ("kind &
                             generous"), billie myers
                             "kiss the rain" and indigo
                             girls ("closer to fine")

6:00 pm  vh1    pop-up video    "lilith fair" - videos include
                                sarah mclachlan ("adia")
                                natalie merchant ("wonder"),
                                bonnie raitt ("thing called
                                love"), erykah badu ("on and
                                on") and paula cole ("me")

8:00 pm  vh1    behind the music (repeat from lf 97)
                                a look at lilith fair with
                                interviews from jewel, sarah
                                mclachlan, indigo girls,
                                sheryl crow, meredith
                                brooks and shawn colvin;
                                also features appearances by
                                lisa loeb, paula cole and
                                emmylou harris; includes
                                performance footage

9:00 pm  vh1    behind the music    bonnie raitt
(& 11:00 pm)                        an intimate look at singer

10:00 pm  vh1   storytellers    bonnie raitt performs
(& 12 mid)                      and discuss her music

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> i know it may seem mean, but i love it
>when emily makes a little booboo it's always so cute.  (and a little
>reassuring to know even the master screws up sometimes.)

while i didn't actually get to see anything at the lilith nm, i did get to
hear em do a funny little thing...

in the opening chords of galileo, there was something wrong with the sound.
her guitar kept cutting in and out, so she stops and in that velvety
smooth, sunny, bright, southern emily voice, she says, "one second, y'all!"
and (again, since i couldn't see) fixed *whatever it was* and went "three,
four..." and kept strumming, without missing a beat.

it was cool.

anybody else have any ig concert messup stories?  i have a great one from
the santa fe map tour show.  but i'll get to that later...it'll give you
something to look forward to.

love,
j u s t i n

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date:         thu, 9 jul 1998 16:50:50 -0000
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what besides the ig music and seeing them in concert makes you relax?

hard one for me since i do not relax period, but ig music does help. i
would have to say go for a drive to get ice cream where my sister works.
one it is 10 min. there and back to look at the sancerre. missy

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date:         thu, 9 jul 1998 16:55:58 -0000
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i need the set list for the red album and the polaris concert. another
thing the tape came to me in 60 min. today. anyone that sent me 90 min.
tapes do you mind if i use a sony 60 min. tape to make your copy? if so
give me a few suggestions of what i can add to it to make it a 90 min. one.
missy

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aloha :)
        what helps me relax?

         i think that driving in a car and listening to really good music, ig or
anything else, is the most relaxing thing in the world.  right now soul
miner's daughter is in my tape player, and my parents think i'm losing it
because i always   offer to run errands for them !

emily :)

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the lilith site says:


sunday, july 12
vh1 1:00 pm  women first: lilith #1 videos from natalie, bonnie,
meredith, and paula
vh1 1:30 pm  women first: lilith #2 videos from sarah, lisa, fugees, and
sinead
vh1 2:00 pm  women first: lilith #3 videos from bonnie, billie myers,
joan, and indigo girls
vh1 2:30 pm  women first: lilith #4 videos from shawn, natalie, suzanne,
erykah
vh1 3:00 pm  women first: lilith #5 videos from paula, sarah, bonnie,
des'ree
vh1 3:30 pm  women first: lilith #6 videos from lisa, natalie, billie
myers, indigo girls
vh1 4:00 pm  women first: lilith #1 videos from natalie, bonnie,
meredith, and paula
vh1 4:30 pm  women first: lilith #2 videos from sarah, lisa, fugees, and
sinead
vh1 6:00 pm  pop-up video videos from sarah, natalie, bonnie, erykah,
paula
vh1 6:30 pm  women first: lilith #4 videos from shawn, natalie, suzanne,
erykah
vh1 7:00 pm  storytellers sarah mclachlan with guest paula cole
vh1 8:00 pm  behind the music lilith fair
vh1 9:00 pm  behind the music bonnie raitt
vh1 12:00 am  storytellers bonnie raitt

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date:         thu, 9 jul 1998 17:39:34 edt
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hey folks... today we have a new total... $338.  plus, i know that jill is
receiving a few too... check with her if you want to know the rest... it's
jillyc@hotmail.com

or, feel free to email me if you want to make sure your contribution has
arrived...

take care, tomorrow is payday   :)

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date:         thu, 9 jul 1998 17:41:35 -0400
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> i know the gospel side of guitar, because when i took lessons that is what
> i was taught.

   gospel's a good place to start, actually.  they've said that gospel and
choral stuff had a lot to do with their early influences.  much of the
early stuff is very folk-oriented, basic rhythm strumming, and some
fingerpicking, and shouldn't be too hard to pick up.  get the basic chords
off the internet, and if you start wanting to pick up solos, learn to play
by ear or from the books.

> any help would be appreciated. also is there a good book of the girls i
> can get and where would i find it at.

   i have a huge gripe with the books -- i'm very used to reading music
scores, and i want to see everything laid out in front of me -- both
guitar lines, vocals, etc.  the indigo girls books have this piano/lyrics
thing, and then a special guitar section, which has no lyrics.  and while
i'm usually familiar enough with the songs to wing it, i find the whole
thing very very annoying.  anybody else feel my pain?  ;)

   darius

"i'll be the first to praise the sun
the first to praise the moon
the first to hold the lone coyote,
the last to set him free..."
   ---indigo girls, "welcome me"

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on thu, 9 jul 1998, melissa singhaus wrote:

> what besides the ig music and seeing them in concert makes you relax?

   relaxing?  i'd say that the live indigo experience totally empties my
adrenal glands -- everybody's dancin' and singin' and carryin' on -- they
project this down-home jam feeling that you don't get with any other
amphitheatre or larger band on tour today.  (no, i don't care a hoot for
phish...)
   my agression/stress relief is best begotten through fencing.  even
snags have to be violent sometimes -- it's better if the other person is
wearing reinforced clothes.  i scoff at traditional macho sports...  ;)

   darius

"i'll be the first to praise the sun
the first to praise the moon
the first to hold the lone coyote,
the last to set him free..."
   ---indigo girls, "welcome me"

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        kathleen mulhern <kmulhern@scenicsoft.com
<mailto:kmulhern@scenicsoft.com> >:
        >btw, anyone else out there got interesting tattoos?  i love to
hear
        >about them.

hey, i love talking about my tattoos :-) i've got 5...my favorite is a
turtle in the middle of my back...it has the world in it's shell (tattoo
woman designed it specially for me).  then i have this tribal-type sun
on the back of my neck, a sunflower on my right ankle, little blue
flowers going all the way around my left ankle and a yin yang on my
back/right shoulder blade...
anyone else?? i love talking to people about their tattoos and
stuff...so feel free to email me and we can swap stories :-)

sorry about the nigc :-)

-leigh

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this is from the obsse (order of the blessed st. scully the enigmatic)
website -- long, long story. check out their site if you wanna know more:
http://www.security-one.com/obsse/. part of what makes this so funny (to
some of us) is that scully seems to say "i'm fine!" a lot. there is even a
fine-o-meter on the web somewhere that keeps track of how many times she
says it every season.

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

and behold, abduction destroyeth her not, nor pestilence, nor machinations
of the syndicate, nor endless slide shows, nor ditching, nor infection with
viruses, nor being dipped in goop and displayed naked in an alien grocer's
freezer section, nor loss of emily who might have been the fruit of her
loins if she was actually allowed to get any (and if she were not made also
barren by abduction, see above). yea, verily, she is fine. dammit.

hymn: dammit, i'm fine.

                        dammit, i'm fine

                           by sister lens

(to the tune of "closer to fine," with apologies to the indigo girls)

                can't quite figure out what's happened to my life.
                before i met him it was boring, but without strife.
                 now it's abduction, coma, cellular abnormality
                 not to mention mind control through my tv.
                       but hey, i'm fine, after all.

                i've got a partner with a streak of self-obsession.
                   for mulder i've put my ass on the line.
                     jail, exploding bodies, frozen ova,
                   my one child was a millenium left-over.
                       did i mention that i'm fine?

                   i became a doctor, i went down to dc.
         they stuck me in the basement, with that psycho who works with me.
                 now there's only one answer to this question
                       that he's always asking me.
              through tumors, fam'ly deaths, rampant psycopathy--
                      i told you i'm fiiiiiiiine (yeah).
                       dammit, mulder, i'm fine.

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date:         fri, 10 jul 1998 08:54:03 +1000
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hey folks,

lori said:
>in february, somebody mentioned in a concert review that emily came in
>too early on the "let's go roadblock trippin..." line on soy.  anyway,
>i've been thinking bout this one for awhile, but i can't remember when
>this was.  so...does anybody remember what show this was?...and...does

yep, this was actually at the second melbourne show, feb 22
1998.  emily thought the mid-soy jam was over and started
singing.  amy had other ideas... :)

darius said:
>   i have a huge gripe with the books -- i'm very used to reading music
>scores, and i want to see everything laid out in front of me -- both
>guitar lines, vocals, etc.  the indigo girls books have this piano/lyrics
>thing, and then a special guitar section, which has no lyrics.  and while

actually, have you seen the book for "1200 curfews"?  it's
laid out differently from the other books (which are pretty
abominable but i think the later ones got better as they
went along).  the 1200c book is more geared towards
guitarists, i think... but then again, i'm no guitarist, so
i could be wrong...

on to some nigc - are there any sydney-area folks out there
i haven't met yet?  we went to see bluehouse last night (my
god were they good!).  they're playing again on the 22nd at
bar broadway... we'll be there... there are a few other good
gigs coming up in the area in the next couple of weeks too.

i know there's more but i can't remember what, so more later
i guess....

happy happy, :)
sherlyn
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you just climb up to the top and you will find me hanging around
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date:         thu, 9 jul 1998 16:06:05 -0700
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im so sad..i have a bunch of replies, from people who also sent money to
sarah for the stickrs and have nerver recevied anything, not even a
response..ive never ever had a problem like this with anyone on the
list..im so disappointed...anyone have any suggestion for what the group
of us should do?? thanks!!

                  with  love, and all things indigo

                                always,
                                   jeanette
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                            is wrong with me
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                            i love in me
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"what besides the ig music and seeing them in concert makes you relax?"

a glass of chardonnay, some softly-playing celtic music & a massage
works wonders for me!

however in real-life, the massage part doesn't happen too often, but a
second glass of wine will usually make up for that! ; )

happy days!

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date:         thu, 9 jul 1998 19:13:33 -0400
reply-to:     "i am 32 flavors and then some..." <tisara@www.webworqs.com>
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i have two tattos...the first one i got 2 years ago on my upper left arm,
outside - it's the symbol on melissa etheridge's yes i am album (i always
said that would be my first)...and then 2 weeks ago *grins* i got my
second - i wanted it to look like the labrys that corky has in the movie
bound, but i couldn't get a clear picture of it...so i gave him a copy of
that and another labrys (more standard and he redesigned it :)

i like the 2 year span...gives me time to reconsider all my choices :)

--audra


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"you cover my eyes with your deepness * you wrap my soul in the beauty
of it all * you take me away from my incompleteness * lead me all the
way or not at all..." - amy ray "clues to you"

                                *****

"just so you know, there's a space that only you can fill
just so you know, i loved you then, i guess i always will."
- kristen hall "just so you know"

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date:         thu, 9 jul 1998 19:21:12 -0400
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relax?  what's that? :)

no i actually do relax sometimes, and it almost always involves music (ig,
ani, melissa etheridge, julia fordham, or a mix tape of slow music...) and
a book (i usually read 2 or 3 books at a time so who knows which one i
will be reading...) :)

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way or not at all..." - amy ray "clues to you"

                                *****

"just so you know, there's a space that only you can fill
just so you know, i loved you then, i guess i always will."
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date:         thu, 9 jul 1998 19:38:48 -0400
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very cool tattoos, audra...i especially like the one form _bound_ ;)

i just have one tattoo..i got it almost two years ago...it's a black sun
around my belly button...so it looks like the rays are coming out of my
belly button :)  i've been seriously thinking about getting another one,
but i'm not sure yet...i've been thinking about on my lower back...i love
tribal and celtic stuff and found a pretty cool design...hmmmm... :)

kim
visit me at http://www.geocities.com/wellesley/5420

on thu, 9 jul 1998, i am 32 flavors and then some... wrote:

> i have two tattos...the first one i got 2 years ago on my upper left arm,
> outside - it's the symbol on melissa etheridge's yes i am album (i always
> said that would be my first)...and then 2 weeks ago *grins* i got my
> second - i wanted it to look like the labrys that corky has in the movie
> bound, but i couldn't get a clear picture of it...so i gave him a copy of
> that and another labrys (more standard and he redesigned it :)
>
> i like the 2 year span...gives me time to reconsider all my choices :)
>
> --audra
>
>
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> =<tisara@webworqs.com>=
> =<http://www.geocities.com/westhollywood/2670>=
> =<http://www.angelfire.com/pa/tisara/>=
>
> "you cover my eyes with your deepness * you wrap my soul in the beauty
> of it all * you take me away from my incompleteness * lead me all the
> way or not at all..." - amy ray "clues to you"
>
>                                 *****
>
> "just so you know, there's a space that only you can fill
> just so you know, i loved you then, i guess i always will."
> - kristen hall "just so you know"
>
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any artists out there..i need an original design...have searched high
and low and can't  find one i like..if yer interested..let me know.
not on the list anymore so e-mail me privately at pooh40@mc.net
thanks

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ok folks......

for all of you who missed the cmj mag,i was able to get 4 copies today as
well as 3 copies of the goldmine newspaper!

here is the deal......

i have *no* boots so far!

i am willing to trade for boots first and then take face
value + mailing for the rest!

email me in private as to your needs and what you have to trade (or if you
just want to pay!)

thanks in advance!

babs

cmj= 4.99 and 3.00 mailing

goldmine= 3.50 and 4.00 mailing (much bigger and heaver)

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at 4:50 pm +0000 7/9/98, melissa singhaus wrote:
>what besides the ig music and seeing them in concert makes you relax?

some ig music makes me relax and other ig music energizess me...not sure i
can call myself relaxed at any of their concerts'...jumping around and
singing

went to see pat metheny last night at  wolftrap..great very upbeat and
relaxing music-2.5 hrs worth. when he was playing solo it was wierd..the
house was totally silent..just insect sounds in the background. one person
who wasn't relaxing tho was his guitar tech. i don't know who that chick is
but she did an tremendous job. i dunno how many guitars he played..and at
one time there were 6 guitars being played at once. she's the only tech.
they played one set that lasted about an hour..like a suite.. there'd be a
bridge, the lights would darken and you'd get a glimpse of her running out
with a guitar and swapping. i'm wondering if she might be the ? canadian
woman who hand-makes all his guitars..any one know more?

marilyn

" i am what i am and that's all that i am" popeye (the sailorman)

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what relaxes me?? well....

~tori and sarah music(in add. to ig)
~reading
~meditations (check out <a href="http://www.spiritonline.com/medcave.html">
meditations, cave visualization</a>, it really helps an insomniac sleep)
~.....nevermind, you don't want to know....you'd think i'm crazy, just like
everyone else....
~ocean sounds
~the ocean
~listening to my owl(the one that lives outside my window)
~driving & listening to music
~writing poetry/music
~trying futilely to play my guitar....nevermind, it's actually frustrating.
~talking to you guys :)

okay, enough of that. :)

oh, great, i had a question, but i forgot it as soon as i sat down to my
computer. *surprise*! well, see you guys soon!

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in a message dated 98-07-08 21:37:10 edt, kidfrrs123@aol.com writes:

<< << the funny thing is that i don't mind the song itself, i just
  can't stand the music that starts the beginning of it. >> >>

   a funny aside to this thought, is a story about my wacky friend lindsay who
borrowed my rop cd and taped the songs she liked... well, for whatever reason
when she taped virginia woolfe, she left out the string music... when i asked
her why, she said because it sounded like scary clown music to her.  she
refused to listen to the opening and would make me fast forward through it all
the time... like i said she's a little wacky... ; )

also, i used to not like caramia, but it's growing on me, although in general
i don't like the sots album as much as any of their other albums, so it has
less chance to grow on me cause i don't listen to it as much.  i have always
loved three hits... it's a great belt it out song! : )
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hi there all nj area listees,

i have 4 tickets to lilith fair at pnc arts center on monday night ....  they
are terrace center row h.....  they are 45 each...  i originally payed 55 but
i dont want to see them go to waste since i'm unable to go now.    let me know
if anyone is interested...  the show is now sold out ...   and i'd be willing
to make overnight delivery arrangements.

thanks
marg

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i have notice a lot of list on the net. for example the melissa etheridge
list. do a one time or a two time thing of getting shirt orders for the web
address on them and the name of the artist so when you go to a concert you
can recognize other people from the list you talk to. i know we did a good
indigoohio shirts thanks to don for polaris, but i was wondering if this
list ever thought about doing a shirt order for this list. i thought i good
topic to brighten up the mood on the list and since i have to take it easy
i have thought of a lot of things to post to my list. missy

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i'm waaaay behind in the email (i went to see about a job yay me!)
so someone might've mentioned this already but at the msu concert, first
amy messed up 3 hits (i said something about that already)
and then when emily was doing the opening for leeds she messed up the
piano bit and muttered some not nice words that might've been "dammit i
f***ed up!"
but she started again and was ok but i think it frustrated her..

*hugs*

lamia


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well, since we're talking about emily's booboos and the sotw is caramia, i
should mention that at the slam concert emily screwed up the intro.
everything was going fine, than emily played a wrong chord, and she said
"whoops! wrong chord." than amy said something about asking emily before
the show to go over that song cuz i guess she wasn't to sure about it, and
emily told amy "just let the force guide you." a funny moment at my first
ig concert :)
rb

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in st. louis last november, i can't remember exactly what happened, but i think amy screwed something up...but emily said something like, "it's ok, we all get to %&$* up once in a while."  i remember hearing *gasps* from the audience...      :)

toye


> anybody else have any ig concert messup stories?

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short story:

well at the vh1 taping, em had a little trouble getting leeds up and running.

she started then stoped and started again.  it was soo cute!

babs

ps.. if you where there, and can remember if em said something witty, please
post!

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i have 6.  four are tribal, two are gay.  my favorite one is on my left forearm, exactly where amy's is...hmmm, coincidence?  anyway, it's a bearclaw charm w/ 2 purple feathers on it.  tribal band around right bicep, rainbow triangle left side of lower stomach, 2 female symbols inside pink triangle left upper thigh.  kokapelli flute player right upper inner thigh, indian maiden w/ wolf howling & big red sun in background on left shoulder blade...more to come as i get more $$$!
toye

btw, anyone else out there got interesting tattoos?

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i was at work tonight at a metal fab factory.  i was going to work with a young guy i had never worked with before...the guy running our assembly line said to the other guy as he is introducing me..."so...have you met butch???"  it pissed me off.  had to share, since all the butch dyke talk is going on...
toye

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wooooohooooo,

        love those tattoos!!!!  i keep saying "that's the last one", but i keep
going back for more...something in the ink...ya think?

        i am the proud canvas to three;

        my first was calvin & hobbes....miss um way much!...left inside ankle
        celtic talisman...pentagram (strength & energy) fusing with 1/4
(waxing) moon (growth & goodness)...the colors are also symbolic in that
the pentagram blended blue (spiritual energy) and purple (vital
energy)...moon is {duh} yellow (intuition) & red toned
(lifeforce/passion)....oh yeah, this is on my right rear shoulder....
        last, but certainly not least.....  "indigo girls"  exactly off the
cover of sots...maybe a little bigger....left upper arm.  no explantion
on that necessary!

        hmmmm, already thinking of my next one...what & where.???  i'm thinking
to follow amy's example...

peace & love
jules  (why thank you.  i'd love another icy beverage!)

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hey - tonight was totally kickass!  i had lawn seats...which really
wasnt too bad...just sat there and watched everyone...very cool - and
it was so peaceful...really  - the sun going down...michelle malone -
wonderful.  (it's neat when cool stuff is happening...and you realize
it at the time its happening - when you can think to yourself "this is
kickass - this is a special moment")  ok maybe sounds cheesy...but
hey!

when we first got to the concert - they were checking bags  etc...argh
- i had my camara - but honest! i didnt know we couldnt bring them in
- i guess it says it on the ticket (in wicked small writing on the
back of the tix...whatever) - so after they dropped my 35mm camera on
the cement...*ahem* i took it back to the car...and had a wonderful
rest of the night!  no shit.

towards the end of the concert - i joined a friend closer to the stage
- way cool - then i went to the front row - ahhhh!  and i totally got
the amy contact thang!  rock on.  (yeah, that will keep me feeling
good for awhile!)  i got a set list - but cant give it to you right
now cuz its in the car...(by the time i got home...had to peeee so
bad...almost didnt make it - had to literally run inside...so my
stuffs still in the car...sorry if thats too much info...ha)...

amy and emily were in great moods tonight - and they even mentioned
appreciating/enjoying the 'manageable' crowd...i was surprised...it
was a smallish crowd...but that made it all better ya know? not to
mention i think they really dug it themselves...they were really
getting into everything...and seemed to be having a good time...got
lots of thumbs up from them both...they covered a few songs..."wild
horses" and "...take a load off annie..." (ya know what im talking
about?)  *sigh*  a very cool night...

i met someone briefly from the list - and i hate to admit it...but i
cant remember your name...everything was just finishing up - i was
excited about the eye contact...so please email me - would love to
know your thoughts on the concert!  :o)  (sorry!)

sulli rocks.  not only did she give me a set list...but i gave her a
card to give to a&e...very sweet...

ok - and one of the coooolest parts?  so i got caught w the
camera...but they didnt catch my recorder...lol!  so i got a pretty
fun boot of the whole night...again...kickass.

im looking forward to boalsburg...hope to meet some of you - ill put
up the set list later...i need to get some sleep - (if thats possible)
gotta work at 8am...argh.

if youve read this far...*thanks*
nighty night - would love to hear from others who were there tonight!

sunny...who's in 'la la land...' and cant stop saying 'kickass'...


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btw...

how was sarah?

was she there, did she play an ok set?

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this concert was ig and mm - not lilith - lilith is tomorrow - but ig
will be in pa...they did mention lilith tho - and hoped all would
enjoy it!  :o)

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for those of you who went to the shows where ig came out during sinead's
set, what exactly did they do? sing a chorus or two, strum a little guitar?
"last day of our aquaintance" is such a cool song, i would love to hear
what the girls added to it.

living vicariously through all you current lilithgoers,
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hey!

i'm sorry about the nigc but if someone tried to mail me yesterday,
about trades or other stuff, please try again, i had a problem with my e-mail
software.
thx

peace and
take care,
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hey!  tonite's boalsberg ig!!  can't wait to see the girls.  have we
decided how we are going to meet?  after i shower and dress, i'll post
let y'all know what i'm wearing so you can find me.  i am kinda shy and
don't think i'll be asking everyone if they are listees.

remember parking lot..i have a green explorer with indigo girls bumper
sticker..

love to you all
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hey all--
writing this at 7:36 a.m., as we're leaving for pa at 9.  to anyone
who's going to be at boalsburg today-- bethany, carol, and i are
roadtripping together.  look for a white hatchback with (surprise) an ig
bumper sticker.  and signs.  lots of signs.
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ben wrote:
>> leevees that break in my heart(tuesday's children)

is levees really aka tuesday's children?
duh,
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>  ig oz tour dates

no kidding?  wow, i bet that was an amazing tour...  so did they do
"water is wide" with the scarecrow and dorothy?

tin man, hold my hand...
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i got my first tattoo in january, right after new years, i was visiting
4 friends (2 couples) that i met in a chat house...was my first time
visiting dallas, tx, anyway.....that has nothing to do with the tattoo
except i had a great time getting it....its bold black lines in the
center of my lower back, its two interlocking womyn symbols superimposed
on the outline of a black triangle.  simple, but i like it...just to
add, i saw the coolest tattoo when i was at the dyke march in dc this
summer...this woman had spanning her entire back, shoulder to shoulder,
in big intricate almost tribal letters but with incredible
detail.....the word liberation....though i cant remember if i was
staring because she wasnt wearing a shirt or because of the
tattoo....probably both....lol...

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hey!

how did y'all know i was going to be getting a tattoo last night?  yup,
got my first.  it's a small butterfly with rainbow colors in the wings
above my right ankle.  :)

kelly, who didn't think it hurt that much...

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someone has this taped, right??? i want one....i'm stupid and never saw it:(

pax, celeste:)

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> what besides the ig music and seeing them in concert makes you relax?

sex, and playing the guitar. :)  (not necessarily in that order)


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<< you are in wal-mart (or any such place) and when you pass by the
personalized key chains, little plastic license plates, etc., instead of
searching for names yourself, freinds, or loved ones, you check to see if they
have amy and emily   ;)
toye >>

i have done that so many times it's not even funny! ha! (well maybe it is)

pax, celeste:)

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in a message dated 98-07-09 03:22:13 edt, you write:

<< the dream that sara had about the shoes being in there--leave it to em to
get that somehow into a song >>

huh??  could someone please explain this to me?

pax, celeste:)

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right now the most relaxing thing for me to do is go in my backyard and lay in
my hammock and just think...or sleep....(music helps when i'm not
asleep)...plus that's where all the people in this house go the
least...(there's 10 people living here right now, including 3 seven year olds
and 8 of them always piss me off...) amyray, that's pretty relaxing....

pax, celeste:)

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i have been signed off of this list for a while do to overwhelming e-mail.

i did not get to go to the columbus, ohio lilth show.
does anyone have a review of the show?  i did'nt hear anything at all . .
. not from the paper nor radio.  i did hear, though, that sara did not
make it.   how come?
anything about the show would be greatly appreciated.
thanx

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a friend and i were looking at the influential women in the july curve.  she is no way a huge fan of ig, but she agreed w/ me that they should have been there.  i realize there were a lot of "icons" there w/ much longivity, but ig has done a lot in a very short time.  and my friend said, "they should be here!  they are the icons of lesbian music!"  she said that when she was younger it was like you knew you were gay when you went out and bought your first ig cd.  i disagree....it took me 6 ig cd's before i knew i was gay!!!  haha....before there are flames, yes, i know you don't have to be gay to like ig music...there's a message there for everyone.

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i was listening to k's choice paradise in me this morning and haven't listened to that cd in a while.  after the kite song (sorry can't think of the name right now) at the intro before "mr. freeze," there is a music box sounding thing that sounded just like that music box thingy at the end of ttr...never really noticed before.
toye

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i was reorganizing cd's today and took the time to look at some of the covers.  i really do love that photo on the cover of the "power of two" cd.  emily looks like she could be a country singer!  i really like the way she looks w/ her elbow propped up on that wall and she has her forehead wrinkled up like it wasn't a planned shot or something.  looks like the sun is in her eyes.  amy looks hot as usual, her short hair all messed up!  but that pic is not the usual angelic looking emily.  it's different all the way from the skirt and vest to the frown!  love it!

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what are amy and emily's middle names??? do they have middle names??? my
cousin asked me yesterday and it's really pissing me off that i don't
know........arrgghh!

thanx, celeste:)

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hey, that's the question i wanted to ask!!!! does anyone have the girls on
rosie or on the tonight show(jay leno)???? i really want both of those tapes!
come one, i know _someone_ here has to have taped it......

peace,
*erica*

"maybe move to the right, maybe move to the left,
so we can all see her pain she wears like a banner on her chest,
and we all say it's sad, and we think it's a shame,
and she's called to our attention, but we do not call her name,
the girl with the weight of the world in her hands..."
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back in october 25, 1997 i saww ig for the first time in concert in
maryland at umbc a state college in md.  well it wasn't emily that
messed up but it was amy, it was so cute.  i think, am pretty sure it
was closer to fine and it was amy's solo part and she was dancing around
playing guitar and she forgot to come up to the mic.  emily looked at
her and she looked at emily and they were smiling, it was cute but it
was all good because she just waited and came in on the next beat.
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when you (and this is a completely individual experience and waht  do
every morning when the truck is there)...
walk past a truck that has ct31 on it and go "it should say ctf..._and_
(this is ani schtuff) it should say 32 for 32 flavors!!!" *giggles* well
it wakes me up in the mornings...

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way or not at all..." - amy ray "clues to you"

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i, too, have a tat in the same place as amy's hand tattoo.

it is a turtle outline with a peace sign / rainbow  / sun thing happening on
the inside.

i love it and have no regrets getting it in that particular location on my
arm.

~~robin

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i ordered stickers from sarah too, but i had no problem at all. all my
emails received replies and i got my stickers.
just felt i should share that since maybe it will bring some hope to the
people who dont have theirs

indigo hugs and faerie kisses
heather
hey guys i have a home on the net!! isnt this exciting!!! it still looks
like crap, but
visit me anyway!!! it'll look nice one day, i promise!!! until then
proceed to
http://members.tripod.com/~firstpersonsingular/firstplace.html

on thu, 9 jul 1998 16:06:05 -0700 jeandigo gyrl <reposa@scf-fs.usc.edu>
writes:
>im so sad..i have a bunch of replies, from people who also sent money
>to
>sarah for the stickrs and have nerver recevied anything, not even a
>response..ive never ever had a problem like this with anyone on the
>list..im so disappointed...anyone have any suggestion for what the
>group
>of us should do?? thanks!!
>
>                  with  love, and all things indigo
>
>                                always,
>                                   jeanette
>            http://members.tripod.com/~jeanettelynn/jeanette.html
>
>             ***************************************************
>                everything that i believe is wrong with you
>                            is wrong with me
>                everything i truly love, i love in you and
>                            i love in me
>                                            ** amy ray
>             ***************************************************
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yes we did do list shirts - i think the last time was 2 yrs ago -
have there been any since then?


jeni
aka grnrgrrl@iname.com

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ok - it is time for me to disclose mine....
i have a dragon on my right forearm and a pink triangle on my left
shoulder.   i am going to add more to them as a get the $$.

jeni
aka grnrgrrl@iname.com

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emster68<change to digest>

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> > what besides the ig music and seeing them in concert makes you
> relax?
>
> sex, and playing the guitar. :)  (not necessarily in that order)
>
>
>   *^*^*^*^*
>  *   _o_   *
>  *  / | \  *  rick
>  *  _/ \_  *
>   *       *
>     * _ *
>
        [loralei riney]  ya know, being a firm believer in the power of
music , specifically the guitar..it is possible ( and i have a couple of
women who will attest to this fact) that you can have a phenomenal
sexual experience which is totally relaxing  (at a point) directly
from/while playing the guitar. hint...ya gotta think of the instrument
as a female body while you play for your significant other.they are
pleasantly enjoying the music and well...the song continues on thru the
time.......sparkie

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> what are amy and emily's middle names??? do they have middle names???
> my
> cousin asked me yesterday and it's really pissing me off that i don't
> know........arrgghh!
>
> thanx, celeste:)
        [loralei riney]  very good question....my daughter mariah thinks
they are amy mariah and emily lucinda
                        named after herself of course.......gotta love
the young and scorpio.....sparkie(a sag,)

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> > what besides the ig music and seeing them in concert makes you relax?
>
> sex, and playing the guitar. :)
> (not necessarily in that order)

   actually, it's in the opposite order.  we all know that playing guitar
is better.

   darius

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i don't have my copy of either one at hand (at work), but if i remember
right, ltbimh vol 1 contains most (all?) of the songs from the tuesday's

children (aka the b band) boot, plus some other stuff.

tom

jill again wrote:

> ben wrote:
> >> leevees that break in my heart(tuesday's children)
>
> is levees really aka tuesday's children?
> duh,
> jill

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on fri, 10 jul 1998, j.pyles wrote:

> i did not get to go to the columbus, ohio lilth show.
> does anyone have a review of the show?  i did'nt hear anything at all . .
> . not from the paper nor radio.  i did hear, though, that sara did not
> make it.   how come?

   i think it would be rather tasteless, in the light that all the
columbus folks are kinda pissed, to make a joke about deer creek catering.
thus i will refrain.

   darius

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ok guys, i had to step out of lurkdom on talk about this one....

during "leeds"  (i'm noticing a ton of "leeds" boo-boo's... is the song
cursed, or is it a "conspiracy?")...  anyway, at the show at the ryman
in nashville last october,  em's microphone was loose, and it slowly
slid closer and closer down to the piano.  i was in the 2nd row, but
none of us could get close enough to straighten it.. by the end of the
song, she was right down at the keyboard.  and when she got done, i
could tell she was pretty annoyed.. still, it was kind of cute... even
if it wasn't her fault...

much love to all..  back into lurkdom i go..

jo anne

"i know we're dying, and there's no sign of a parachute
we scream in cathedrals,
why can't it be beautiful,
why does there
gotta be a sacrifice?"
tori amos- iieee

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ok, short here.  $423 has been sent to me... dunno bout jill again.

ill give it about 1 more week, so......

happy weekend,
erin t.

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if this has been mentioned already, please forgive:

at the starkville, ms concert this past april, a + e started playing three
hits.......then amy started singing and she sang, "three hits to the heart
son, and it's poetry in motion......" the music kept playing, but she forgot
the next line....of course the crowd was singing along and they sang the words
for her......but she and emily looked at each other and amy had  a puzzled
look on her face......then they stopped playing and started the song over and
when it came to the line she had missed before, she said something like,
"y'all sing it, you know it" and she sang it along with the crowd........she
was laughing and we were all laughing.....it was cute.

amanda

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at 01:04 pm 7/10/98 edt, you wrote:
>what are amy and emily's middle names??? do they have middle names??? my
>cousin asked me yesterday and it's really pissing me off that i don't
>know........arrgghh!
>

amy elizabeth ray
emily ann saliers

-kate :o)

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hi guys..

2 posts in a day.. what is the world coming to?  i'm sure lots of you
got this, but if you didn't!


> -----original message-----
> from: epic_records@epiccenter.music.sony.com
> [smtp:epic_records@epiccenter.music.sony.com]
> sent: friday, july 10, 1998 9:51 am
> to:   indigogirls@listserv.music.sony.com
> subject:      indigo girls
>
> are you ready to rock?  well you better be because the
> indigo girls have announced their "suffragette sessions
> tour"!  their hitting the road in this august and not
> resting until september.  this tour is bound to be one of
> the best! the tour includes:
>
>       amy ray of indigo girls
>       emily sailor of indigo girls
>       gail ann dorsey
>       lisa germano
>       lourdes perez
>       kate schellenbach of louscious jackson
>       jane siberry
>       jean smith of mecca normal
>       josephine wiggs of the breeders
>       thalla zedek of come
>
> wednesday  8/19       portland, me    state theater
> thursday   8/20       burlington, vt  memorial auditorium
> saturday   8/21       cleveland, oh   agora
> monday           8/24 detroit, mi             state theater
> tuesday          8/25 chicago, il             riviera
> wednesday  8/26       chicago, il             riviera
> thursday   8/27       milwaukee, wi   rave
> friday           8/28 minneapolis, mn first ave.
> sunday           8/30 cincinnati, oh  bogart's
> tuesday          9/01 norfolk, va     boathouse
> wednesday  9/02       philadelphia    electric factory
>
> ******************
>

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did they change the name or is this a different tour then rolling
thunderpussy?

sorry if this have been covered!

babs

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funny how it's a.e.r.  and e.a.s

see?  a n e were meant to be!

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hmm, well, it didnt say ani difranco, so i guess it's a different tour.

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i just wanted to thank the very nice person who
posted about the free cd offer.
i received the first of four cd's today.
yep, i really took advantage of the great offer...
i responded to the survey, as did my three wonderful,
brilliant, beautiful, gifted, and devoted munchkins...
thanks again for sharing nice person! xoxo, bar

peace + love,
forever a flower child
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if you're not outraged, then you're not paying attention!
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for those who care..as of 6 pm this evening little greggy will have
pedelled his cute behind  over 400 miles from minnesota to my home town
here in mchenry with another 60 miles or so to get him to chicago
tomorrow....
this morning i went and plasterd signs all over town with the nigc
saying how proud i was of him and to keep going and thanks for the
effort..i kinda think it would be great if he was greeted with "congrats
and job well done"posts when he gets back on line ..
he did a great thing for us..we owe it to him..
and not to get mushy but what the hell..mchenry is the cross over point
from wisc to ill...it has always opened its arms to the riders..when i
rode the ride two years ago it brought tears to my eyes to get "home" (
and it really was my home) after that ordeal and see a red ribbon on
every phone pole and every street light ...and posters of folks who have
passed on...letting us all know that the fight ain't over kids..people
are still dying out there...and we need the $$$ to find the cure..there
were pictures on these signs of men,,sure..the "typical" that everyone
assumes has aides...but there were pix of 6 year old kids and moms and
older dads..showing us that this monster attacts everyone..
so if ya have a coupla bucks ( maybe the $$ you were gonna spend to get
the boxed set of cd's you already have), ya might wanna sent it to your
local aids organization instead...
just gettin sentimental thinkin how i felt when i saw those ribbons..
thats it..i'm gonna hunt greg done tonight and give him a great big hug
from the list..
i hope you find a way to do the same
pooh

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i brought this up a week or so ago.   i would like to think that the igs would
be one of the top 15, no?

well, they've definitely influenced this lesbian.

wmntime

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<<  emily sailor of indigo girls >>

emily sailor?

i wish they were playing nyc on this little minitour...oh well, i shouldn't
complain.  i just saw them at fleadh and before that, slam.  and i'm skipping
lilith.

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you know you are an obsessed ig when

... you go see a movie and watch all of the ending credits only
to count the number of amys and emilys...

isabelle :)

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what??!?  no california??  well that bites.

~jennifer

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this isn't really a boo-boo, but at the dec 9 iu show last
year during ctf the entire audience sang "prostrate!" really
loud during the "i spent 4 years prostrate to the higher mind"
part (like 1200c version where amy screams it out) and emily
started laughing and then looked over at amy and they both
were laughing and they just totally skipped the "got my paper
i was free".  you can hear the audience singing that part on
the tape because emily and amy are just looking at each other
and laughing out loud. :)  it was really cool to see them react
to us that way.

i don't know if these count as boo-boo's but i've seen amy break
strings on several occasions and she has to go into some kind
of alternate song until they bring her another guitar or replace
the broken string.  those are always fun. :)

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hey folks,

i found this on rocktropolis (http://www.rocktropolis.com).
you can also read it online at
http://www2.rocktropolis.com/allstar/database/news/9807/10/story2.asp

-sherlyn

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indigo girls launch suffragette sessions tour
aug. 19

the controversy-prone indigo girls are launching a two-week
tour with eight other female artists, modeled after bob
dylan's rolling thunder revue of the 1970s. the tour, labeled
the suffragette sessions tour, will be hitting clubs in 12
cities between aug. 19 and sept. 3.  in addition to indigo
girls' amy ray and emily saliers, the tour will feature
luscious jackson's kate schellenbach, gail ann dorsey, jane
siberry, lourdes perez, lisa germano, mecca normal's jean
smith, come's thalia zedek, and josephine wiggs, formerly of
the breeders.

it is unlikely that there will be any solo performances on
the tour, which will instead focus on various combinations
of artists onstage together, according to indigo girls'
manager russell carter of atlanta-based carter management.
other artists have expressed interest in joining the tour,
but it is doubtful that changes will be made to the current
lineup.

carter maintains that the tour is not "a big moneymaking
thing, just a fun musical experience." and, if all goes well,
the suffragette sessions tour could turn into an annual event.
but don't expect help from the likes of jeans makers or
gourmet coffee chains: the indigo girls would never allow
corporate sponsorship, says carter. "they are opposed to
that."

-- mike magnuson

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hey folks,

i just found a couple of slightly old articles on mtv online
(http://www.mtv.com).  the first's about lilith, and second
is related to the first article...

-sherlyn

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[article 1]
6.30.98 12:00 edt
popper plays lilith and lives to write about it

john popper obviously couldn't wait for blues traveler to
kick off this year's h.o.r.d.e. festival on july 10 in east
troy, wisconsin, and decided to pay a little visit to the
lilith fair when it rolled into pasadena, california, last
weekend.

during the concert, the blues traveler frontman was invited
onstage by the indigo girls' emily saliers, whom had
originally asked popper to play with the duo during a chance
meeting at a hotel lobby. popper obliged and laid harmonica
licks into the girls' "power of two."

popper and the indigo girls were then joined by lilith-mates
k's choice and shawn colvin for a cover of neil young's
"rockin' in the free world," before the ensemble grew to
include tour founder sarah mclachlan and comedian ellen
degeneres for the girls' anthemic "closer to fine."

as we previously reported (see "joan osborne readies new
magazine, album") popper writes about first meeting saliers
and his entire lilith experience in an article for a new
magazine, "womanly hips."

the lilith fair, which features mclachlan, natalie merchant,
the indigo girls, sinead o'connor and me'shell ndegeocello
on-board for this leg, will roll into oklahoma city on july
1.

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[article 2]
6.29.98 14:30 edt
joan osborne readies new magazine, new album

as joan osborne prepares her highly-anticipated new album
for a fall release, the bluesy singer is also busy
overseeing the creation of a new quarterly magazine,
"womanly hips."

osborne plans to coincide the launch of "hips" with the
release of the new album. the magazine, which takes its
name from osborne's label, is said to deal with topical
issues rather than fashion or music.

blues traveler's john popper has already penned his
contribution to the first issue of "womanly hips," a
hilarious essay about his take on the lilith fair
entitled "if anything i'm about to say offends you, then
you're really stupid." other artists that have been
approached about submitting materials for the magazine
include harvey keitel, michael stipe and janeane garofalo.

<snip>

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you just climb up to the top and you will find me hanging around
with people who think they can..."     - the waifs

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sorry to address this to the whole list, but i remember someone posted their
pictures of the girls signing autographs at the sf lilith, i can't remember
who though and can't find the paper i wrote it on as well.
  so...... if some kind person on the list could e-me the addy i'd be
indebited to ya!

thanks ---> jennifer

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<<please read, copy , sign & pass on should you so desire....
the supreme court has agreed to hear the issue of whether public
funding to an artist can be linked with the idea of whether the art is
'decent.' after the robert mapplethorpe "scandal" not so long ago,
congress passed a law that for an artist's art to receive public money
via the national endowment for the arts, it must be deemed (by who??)
decent. npr morning edition this morning, nina tottenberg said that if
the supreme court supports congress, it is in effect the end of nea.
then, there's the question of congressional funding:   funding for npr
/ nea & pbs this petition is being passed around the internet. please
add your name to it so that funding can be maintained for the nea, npr
& pbs.  please keep this petition rolling. do not reply to me. please
sign and forward to others to sign. if you prefer not to sign please
send to the e-mail address indicated or return to me. thanks.
here goes:
this is being forwarded to several people at once to add their names
to the petition. it won't matter if many people receive the same list
as the names are being managed. this is for anyone who thinks npr/pbs
is a worthwhile expenditure of $1.12/year of their taxes, a petition
follows.
if you sign, please forward on to others (not back to me). if not,
please don't kill it-send it to the email address listed here:
wein2688@blue.univnorthco.edu
pbs, npr (national public radio), and the arts are facing major
cutbacks in funding. in spite of the efforts of each station to reduce
spending costs and streamline their services, some government
officials believe that the funding currently going to these programs
is too large a portion of funding for something which is seen as not
worthwhile.  currently, taxes from the general public for pbs equal
$1.12 per person per year, and the national endowment for the arts
equals $.64 a year.  a january 1995 cnn/usa today/gallup poll
indicated that 76% of americans wish to keep funding for pbs, third
only to national defense and law enforcement as the most valuable
programs for federal funding.  each year, the senate and house
appropriations committees each have 13 subcommittees with jurisdiction
over many programs and agencies. each subcommittee passes its own
appropriation bill. the goal each year is to have each bill signed by
the beginning of the fiscal year, which is october 1.  the only way
that our representatives can be aware of the base of support for pbs
and funding for these types of programs is by making our voices
heard.
please add your name to this list and forward it to friends if you
believe in what we stand for. this list will be forwarded to the
president of the united states, the vice president of the united
states, and representative newt gingrich, who is the instigator of the
action to cut funding to these worthwhile programs.
*if you happen to be the 150th, 200th, 250th, etc. signer of this
petition, please forward a copy to: wein2688@blue.univnorthco.edu
  this way we can keep track of the lists and organize them. forward
this to everyone you know, and help us to keep these programs alive.
thank you.
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551: andrew chase, seattle, wa
552: kay chase, kalamazoo, mi
553: jackie driscoll, kalamazoo, mi
554: martha driscoll, arlington, ma
555: priscilla sanville, arlington, ma.
556: michael gigante, brattleboro, vt
557: carrie yamaoka, ny, ny
558: joy episalla, ny, ny
559: adam simon, hoboken, nj
560: matthew sharpe, new york, ny
561: nick balaban, ny
562: jerry everard, seattle, wa
563: robin hughes, seattle, wa
564: lori dirks, seattle, wa
565: april richards, seattle, wa
566: dawn rains, seattle, wa
567: kim gonzales, seattle, wa
568: anne shrauner, seattle, wa
569: rachel whalen, seattle, wa
570: anne copeland, seattle, wa
571: amber smith, seattle, wa
572: melissa morgan, seattle, wa
573.    lauren weber, seattle, wa
574.    dan webb, seattle, wa
575.    suzanne edison, seattle, wa
576.    julie miller, eugene, or
577.    charles l. vaubel, st. charles, mo
578.    john w. noerenberg ii, san diego, ca
579.    jeffrey p. slon, san francisco, ca
580.    vince w. anderson, san jose, ca
581.    barry nielsen, san francisco, ca
582.    eric hallquist, san francisco, ca
583.    cathy johnson, san francisco, ca
584.    tom faucett, new york, ny
585.    brent nicholson earle, new york, ny
586.    harry anthony meola, iii; new york, ny
587.    lani ball, san francisco, ca
588.    carol swarbrick, valley village, ca
589.    george fraggos, newark, nj
590.    james w. benham, montclair, nj
591.    nancy harris, whitehouse, nj
592.    sue harris, whitehouse, nj
593.      sarah towne, basking ridge, nj
594.    audra m. king, bloomsburg, pa

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"you cover my eyes with your deepness * you wrap my soul in the beauty
of it all * you take me away from my incompleteness * lead me all the
way or not at all..." - amy ray "clues to you"

                                *****

"just so you know, there's a space that only you can fill
just so you know, i loved you then, i guess i always will."
- kristen hall "just so you know"

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date:         sat, 11 jul 1998 01:25:58 -0400
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i just came in the door, swore at my teenagers who didn't want to let me
on the computer to post the set list "why do you have to go on the
computer you just came from the stupid concert" to which i said "who the
f__k pays the bills here and what the bleepity bleeep are you doing up
at 1 am!!!"

anyhoo..boalsburg was awesome to say the least.  michelle malone was
awesome.  i didn't write down her set list, she said beneath the devil
moon stuff and a biscuit song.  she also sang with amy and em...man they
were rocking tonite!

set list:
the park song(can't remember the name..you know beautiful girls walk
right by"
least complicated
thin line (i cried puddles all the way through it, its very pertaining
to my life right now)
love will come to you
this train
get out the map
joking
power of two
raise your hands
its alright
gone again (?) new song by amy...rocked!!!
let it be me
wild horses (the rolling stones song---amy killed mick jagger, he better
run for cover)  michelle sang this one too with them
shed your skin
galileo
take a load off (the band...you oldsters remember that song?)  well ig
killed the band too...jerry mirada even sang a solo part of this...god
they should do an album of just covers...speaking of albums....they said
they are working on one now!
new song by amy :  faye tucker (?)
scooter  boys (screwed up boys...lol, thats what i used to think they
were singing)
ctf with michelle

what a night..i sure hope someone recorded it!!!  the girls looked
terrific, i was about a hunert feet away, sang galileo to a rat...really
i was holding it and dancing with it!

met jilly and bethany...finally fellow road trippers meet...

i'm pretty psyched, can you tell?  my voice is gone...i love the indigo
girls..more than ever.

anyhoo..i musta screamed happy birthday to emily 20 times...yeah that
was me : )

love,  karen

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are you ready to rock?  well you better be because the
indigo girls have announced their "suffragette sessions
tour"!  their hitting the road in this august and not
resting until september.  this tour is bound to be one of
the best! the tour includes:

        amy ray of indigo girls
        emily sailor of indigo girls
        gail ann dorsey
        lisa germano
        lourdes perez
        kate schellenbach of louscious jackson
        jane siberry
        jean smith of mecca normal
        josephine wiggs of the breeders
        thalla zedek of come

wednesday  8/19 portland, me    state theater
thursday   8/20 burlington, vt  memorial auditorium
saturday   8/21 cleveland, oh   agora
monday     8/24 detroit, mi             state theater
tuesday    8/25 chicago, il             riviera
wednesday  8/26 chicago, il             riviera
thursday   8/27 milwaukee, wi   rave
friday     8/28 minneapolis, mn first ave.
sunday     8/30 cincinnati, oh  bogart's
tuesday    9/01 norfolk, va     boathouse
wednesday  9/02 philadelphia    electric factory

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check out the indigo girl's latest release "get out the
map"!
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http://www.epiccenter.com/epiccenter/clips/ra/1358_30.ram
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http://www.epiccenter.com/epiccenter/clips/wav/1308.wav

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date:         sat, 11 jul 1998 01:30:17 -0400
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amy goes "wow i just blew a lugey or snot chunk on my mike, came out of
my nasal passages, now i'm gonna have to eat it all night, yuk"

too funny : )

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hey all!

looks like our girls have made a *name* change....

<<the controversy- prone indigo girls are launching a two-week tour with eight
other female artists, modeled after bob dylan's rolling thunder revue of the
1970s. the tour, labeled the _suffragette sessions tour_, will be hitting
clubs in 12 cities between aug. 19 and sept. 3. >>

well i guess the new name is better... but having people all over the country
thinking this tour might be going under another name might be a tad confused.

i know i am!

babs

(who is getting ready for lilith on sunday, gotta love bonnie, and then again
on wednesday at jones beach w/ ig!!!!!!)

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http://www2.rocktropolis.com/allstar/database/news/9807/10/story2.asp

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hey y'all!

yeah!!!  2 shows in ohio!!! (even though i may not be able to make the
cleveland one...), plus i think i may go home to chicago for the wednesday
show (and not tell mommy dearest...).  anyway, i am stoked!  this totally
made my day!!!

secondly, i got the berkeley boot today (sasha, it wasn't your fault that
it took forever and a day, i had you send it to my house, and my mom then
sent it to me here in berkeley, and it got lost in the black hole of
berkeley mail...)  anyway, i used to think that i was crazy b/c i always
thoughtthat the opening chords for "least complicated" and "tangeled up in
blue" (which is, btw, my fave cover right now...) sounded very similar.
and on that boot, em even said it!  so i don't think that i am hearing
things any more.  but yeah, now i finally have a copy of "wild horses" (or
a good recording, that is...).  plus the show was at the greek theatre.  i
would die to see ig there... anyway, i just love berkeley period...

now i have another boot request.  i am really hoping that these boots have
surfaced.  i am looking for the columbus, ohio show on 1 december 1997 and
the lexington, kentucky show on 21 april 1998.  i attended both of these
shows and would really love to have boots from both of them .  if you can
help me out at all, please please please e-mail me!!!!!!!!

also, if anyone has any previous (pre 1997) berkeley greek theatre boots,
please e-mail me!  i wanna get my hands on some of those!

okay, that is all for now...

love,
karen :-)

ps- nigc -- does anyone have a boot of (or know of someone who booted) the
4 july ani show in san jose?  that was my first ani show...and since i
can't afford to "folllow" her around like i can follow ig, i would like to
get a boot of that show since it will probably be one of the few ani shows
that i will be attending...

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"if we get to have some answers when we reach the other
side, the prize is always worth the rocky ride."
        --the goddess emily saliers (indigo girls)
"my flesh is strong; my spirit's stronger."
        --the goddess amy ray (indigo girls)
"i don't care if they eat me alive, cause i've got better
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hey deb,

i hope i spelled your last name correctly ;-)  anyway, sorry to post this
to the list, but i lost your new e-mail addy and i have a question about
your web page.  can you please e-mail me?

thanks!

:-) karen

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side, the prize is always worth the rocky ride."
        --the goddess emily saliers (indigo girls)
"my flesh is strong; my spirit's stronger."
        --the goddess amy ray (indigo girls)
"i don't care if they eat me alive, cause i've got better
things to do than survive."  --ani difranco
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date:         sat, 11 jul 1998 02:00:09 edt
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okay i'm on a desperate search for the lilith '97 raleigh, nc boot...please,
please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, (okay,
enough) someone tell me they have it!!!!!!! that was the best show i have ever
been to....but i could do without the emmy lou harris.... :)

if you do, by some miracle, have that boot, e-mail me privately, please please
please!!!!!!! i'll be your best friend(in a whiny little voice)!!!!

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peace,
*erica*

"maybe move to the right, maybe move to the left,
so we can all see her pain she wears like a banner on her chest,
and we all say it's sad, and we think it's a shame,
and she's called to our attention, but we do not call her name,
the girl with the weight of the world in her hands..."
-indigo girls,
"the girl with the weight of the world in her hands"
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date:         sat, 11 jul 1998 03:04:52 -0400
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it also is a search engine for that site so you can do toher bands to

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this site has all ig songs pretty much lots of non album stuff to
http://www.lyrics.ch/search.html

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the title "blue food" couldn't possibly be from the book 2001: a space
odyssey, could it? didn't think so, oh well, just me rambling.

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peace, love and candies,
*erica*

a woman without a man
is like a fish without a bicycle.
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hey all, a friend of mine wants tickets at the merriweather post pavilion
for either show. he says 2 lawn preferably, but at this point he'll take
anythign he can get. his addy is jshelton71@aol.com thanx,
bron
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hey all.  i was wondering if there were already any posts about the
boalsburg show tonight, if some nice soul would mind forwarding them to
me at ggltd@mail.city-net.com because my other email is messed up so i'm
using this one.  so i've missed everything recently until i just
subscribed this email address to the list this second.  thanks y'all!

-laura

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okay, so i'm an old lady lurker who thinks about practical things...

anyone driving to the concert on sunday afternoon in nh should know that
traffic in the region, particularly on interstate 93, will be a zoo on sunday.
there is a nascar winston cup race at nh international speedway on sunday,
which draws an incredible number of people.  do not try to drive nh 106 on
sunday!!!  many people choose to get off of 93 in concord and use 106 to get to
laconia/gilford.  this _will_not_work_ on sunday, unless you like sitting in
traffic...the speedway is on 106.  use the map sent in your tickets and go up
to the tilton exit (exit 20) and across if you are coming from the south.
early in the day there will be huge backups at the northbound toll booths;
later in the day there will be huge backups at the southbound toll booths.
there will be some effect on traffic coming from the north, east, and west, but
it will not be quite as noticable.

i'm just glad i live right nearby, and can go the back roads...in fact,
back roads are the only way i can get from my little town of plymouth, nh, to
gilford!  i am too busy still being stunned that they are appearing so close.
of course i already had our tickets to see them tonight in boston, so it will
be two in a row for us...but the gilford show is still a stunner to all of us
who live right here!!!  and the weather forecast looks good too!  be prepared
to park in grassy fields; last week (mary chapin carpenter concert) they were
still somewhat muddy from our june deluge of rain, but they've had more time to
dry out.

so if you see an old lady (the gray hair isn't the dominant theme yet, but
birthday number 50 is only 4 months away) in a list t-shirt from two years ago
on sunday, say hi to me!

wendy palmquist

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in a message dated 7/10/98 5:23:27 pm eastern daylight time,
indigowomyn@ruralcom.net writes:

<< "they should be here!  they are the icons of lesbian music!"  she said that
when she was younger it was like you knew you were gay when you went out and
bought your first ig cd.  i disagree....it took me 6 ig cd's before i knew i
was gay!!!  haha....before there are flames, yes, i know you don't have to be
gay to like ig music...there's a message there for everyone. >>

i totally disagree that the ig are any type of icons of lesbian music.  as
opposed to say, toshi regon, the ig have tried their whole career to stay out
of that trap of being nothing more than "that lesbian folk duo".  i think
their music aappeals to all people and doesn't have any type of specifically
gay message.  do i just think this because i'm straight?  who knows?

bon

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hey all
tami just emailed me the setlist from thursday's show that she got from
sulli (the one taped at amy's mike) so here goes.


tried to be true         - with m. malone (yeah - finally see it live with
michelle!)
least complicated   - guess we didn't need the sign requesting this!
                                    they said they were happy cause there
were more                                            than 6 people singing
the na na's like at lilith shows!
three hits
get out the map
go                              - we knew we had heard this before - i
figured it out!                                          problem child.
(sorry if this has been posted before, i
                                    unsubbed for a  week.) amy said she
wrote it 5 years                                      ago but finished it
when (i forget the name) some
writer died, and the irmo thing happened.  now she
calls it "go".  (raise your hands high...)
everything...time
shame on you
it's alright
gone again              - another new one - loved it!  anyone post the lyrics?
va woolf
reunion
let it be me
wild horses               - again with michelle - yeah!
shed your skin
closer to fine

the weight                 - everyone keeps calling this "take a load off annie"
i don't wanna know
galileo                      - by now we were down at the front in the isle
despite                                         the security guys saying -
you must go back to your                                           seats!


all in all - a great show.  my only complaint was that it seemed way too
short! like an hour or so!  but the lighting guy said they had to take off
right after and drive to pa, so i guess that might be why.

we were the ones with the orange and yellow signs - and kept putting up the
one that said "come to toronto!" so maybe it will help and we won't have to
drive 4-5 hours to see them in upstate new york for the fourth or fifth time!

hoping sunny's boot works out...
lori


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someone correct me if i'm wrong,
but i believe emily's middle name is ann
and amy's is elizabeth.

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i have an example that i think points out all the positives and what people
really are thinking when a boo boo is made on stage.  the ann arbor show
last fall.  emily sits down at the piano and totally flubs the begining of
the song.  she then says that i could play anything and you would scream.
then proceded to do her best elmer fud playing the piano imitation and just
smashed the keys around a bit.  everyone screams and laughs and then she
starts back into it correctly and everyone sits down and listens intently.
i think that the mistakes, when the few are made, simply add to the magic
of a live show.  everyone is there to relax and enjoy themselve.  mistakes
simply add to the light hearted nature of a live ig show.  even at polaris
last weekend.  the rough nature of the performances with multiple people
sitting in and changing the set list all contributed to not only the best
set there but also the one with the most life and energy.
neil...

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hey y'all,

does anybody have a good boot of a concert with amy's new version of problem
child/go/raise your hands?  i would be soooooo grateful - and my birthday was
thursday, so now is the perfect time to come forward!!!!  i am also hoping for
a boot of the boalsburg show which sounds amazing.

thanks all,

pam

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alrigt, waitin on todays checks...  i will be mailing the checks and the card
on friday, july 17th... so make sure to get your donations in bfore then okey
dokey?  alright folks, get this... the handmade card that the wonderful miss
rena made for emily arrived today, and boy oh boy, is it ever so fantastic.  i
mean, so creative and brilliant... dont forget to give her a big thanks.
rgcs1123@aol.com is her e/m addy.  so i am busy now signin everyones names and
i will also put underneath of it their email address, just in case :) hehee.
jillo?  you out there?  i need to know some names here kay gal?

alrighty then that should do it for now.  everyone take care, and have a safe
saturday eveing :)


trooper

erin tripp
2907 carrington dr. sw
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in a message dated 7/10/98 5:24:16 pm, kmulhern@scenicsoft.com wrote:

<<amy elizabeth ray
emily ann saliers
>>

wow, does anyone else notice that if you take off their last names, they both
are a&e!!!!!!  that is so cool!  and probably a million people have already
noticed this, so i'll shut up now...
--kate (whose middle name also happens to be elizabeth!!!)

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i saw two really good movies this week... high art, which has ally sheeny
(sp??) in it, from the breakfast club, that was a really good film.  and just
last night i saw all over me, which i also liked... has anyone else seen these
and want to discuss them?

--kate

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date:         sat, 11 jul 1998 10:46:36 -0600
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a+e were just interviewed on the countdown.  they were shooting from the
indianapolis lilith.  there was also a tiny clip of amy singing
chickenman.  yay!
you can catch it again tomorrow.  they usually show the same
exact countdown show for a whole week.
-g.

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when i want to relax and the girls arent an option i listen to a guy
named william ackerman "conferring with the moon" hes a new age guitar
player who plays instrumental music with a lot of flutes, piccolos etc.
its really cool so give it a try ...also try george
winston "december" or "autumn"
                later
               oldmanbill

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i thought since a lot of people our cool up on the idea of doing these
shirts maybe we could through around some ideas of what we want on them and
if we know of any good company's that could do them. if this gets off the
ground i could put the orders in with one other person's help from the list
and it would be done on only money orders. missy

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i was just wondering... does anyone know the girl who ordered all these
stickers? i sure would like a few... and i lost all that information too.

any helpers out there????


:)
trooper

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subject:      re: nigc, sorry. the nea thing
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unfortunately, the supreme court has already made up their mind on the nea
case.  and they chose to disregard free speech in upholding the law that
forced the nea to keep in mind "standards of decency" when awarding
grants.  wasn't even close, 8-1.

from the july 20th nation editorial:

"the supreme court's upholding of a contested 1990 law under which the
national endowment for the arts was charged to take standards of decency
into consideration when awarding grants to artists can have little
immediate impact:  the endowment has for some years now not awarded
individual grants at all.  whether the elimination of the individual
grants (the only exception being to writers) was a way of dealing with the
fiscal starvation to which the endowment has been subjected by a hostile
congress or, more likely, a radical solution to the problem of controversy
(if you don't support artists, you ipso facto don't support radical
artists), the result has been a disaster for the conceptual vitality of
contemporary art.  it is instructive to look over the list of about 5000
grants awarded to individual artists by the endowment since its inception:
there is hardly a significant american artist who did not, at one time,
receive some support.  in effect, the endowment subsidized the history of
american art through a quarter-century of unprecedented innovation.
without the endowment, it is safe to say that this history could not have
been made, since much of the art in question did not lend itself to what
leftist critics speak of as commodification.  a few thousand dollars per
artist made possible the pre-eminence of american art in the last third of
the twentieth century."

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hey guys,
does anyone know if those are the only tour dates, or will more be added
later?  i've been without an ig show since the second week of
december!!!!  and they arent on my lilith!!! i need some ig!!!
ok, i'll stop now. (blush)

hugs to all
heather
hey guys i have a home on the net!! isnt this exciting!!! it still looks
like crap, but
visit me anyway!!! it'll look nice one day, i promise!!! until then
proceed to
http://members.tripod.com/~firstpersonsingular/firstplace.html


>>
>> are you ready to rock?  well you better be because the
>> indigo girls have announced their "suffragette sessions
>> tour"!  their hitting the road in this august and not
>> resting until september.  this tour is bound to be one of
>> the best! the tour includes:

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date:         sat, 11 jul 1998 14:38:01 edt
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so, i take it that this renamed rolling thunderpussy review doesnt include
miss difranco?  damnit.  why why why?  oh how upset my best friend will be.

troop

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date:         sat, 11 jul 1998 14:52:07 -0000
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----------hello if you are a branch on this list i have the set list on my
computer if you have tape edit let me know and i will pass it to you. one
off this list i sent today and can not figure out who. the one that had the
over sized envelope. yours has tape two wrong. i forgot to put the first
two shed your skin's in the liner so sorry and i can pass you a correct one
through here all everyone needs is tape edit from the net to do it. the
rest i am working on this evening exchanging the 90 min. tape for 60 min.
tapes. this is my first time heading a tree and i am finding it more
difficult then i first expected but i am doing my best to get y'all's out
as soon as possible.

question what is an easy way to transfer a micro to a bigger tape with out
background noise. i am having trouble with getting back ground noise in.
missy
> from: melissa singhaus <msinghaus@msmisp.com>
> to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
> subject: fw: here is the boot tree for soy tape
> date: thursday, june 18, 1998 4:19 pm
>
> correction on november address.----------
> > from: melissa singhaus <msinghaus@msmisp.com>
> > to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
> > subject: here is the boot tree for soy tape
> > date: thursday, june 18, 1998 12:19 pm
> >
> > for your copy click on the one that is your birthday and e-mail them
for
> > futher details. the tape is 90 min. i am on dec. like i said in the
first
> > message. any one who e-mails me and you have something to trade i am
> > willing to trade for it. missy
> >
> > jan.  llriney@saintfrancis.com
> > feb.  wpatter@bmimetronics.com
> > march reposa@scf.usc.edu
> > april    junebug@aeneas.net
> > may     hunterjl@aol.com
> > june     ktyldy@cswnet.com
> > july       kt14017@cedarnet.org
> > august   abby493@aol.com
> > sept.       fairbk@sage.edu
> > oct.         creechal@yahoo.com
> > nov.          nordeelm@caa.mrs.umn.edu
> > dec.          msinghaus@msmisp.com
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> > volunteers if i got your address wrong let me know so i can make a
> > correction and let the list know. missy
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i'm pretty new to guitar playing and i can play three hits and nashville
pretty well.  they really aren't too hard.
if anyone knows of a website or something were i can find other not so hard
ig songs on the guitar, please let me know.

thanks,
sharon

kristina d vaskys wrote:

> hey there,
>
> well, i've been playing guitar for about a year now, and have surprised
> myself with being able to play many, many ig songs. . .a lot are not as
> hard as they seem at first. besides the ones that other people have
> mentioned (ctf, fugitive, strange fire, kid fears, hand me downs. . .),
> here's some more that are easy:
>
> shame on you - three simple chords (a, d9, e) over and over. . .i have so
> much fun with it, my friend picked out the banjo part on dulcimer and
> we've had some pretty cool jam sessions. . .
>
> galileo - at first glance, it looks hard, but all you've got to do is
> tune your guitar funny and get a capo and you're all set
>
> romeo and juliet
>
> mystery
>
> the wood song - both amy's and emily's guitar parts are surprisingly easy
> to learn
>
> reunion - another three-chord song (for the most part)
>
> and a little challenge for those of you who like fingerpicking - fare
> thee well (it's not as hard as it looks, honest)
>
> all of these songs can be found on the olga site (www.olga.net), and if
> anyone's intested in more detailed versions of the songs can email me and
> ask for the sheet music (which i have for most of the songs i suggested).
>
> good luck, and above all, have fun!
>
> peace, love, indigo, and all good things,
> kristina :o)
>
> p.s. while i'm mentioning songs you should try, maybe i should warn you
> about the ones you shouldn't - crazy game and left me a fool are
> extremely hard. . .i am so envious of anyone who's good enough to play
> them. . .
>
> * * * * *
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what version of closer to fine and land of canaan do you have?  cause i tried
to play them once with the guitar chords i had for them and they were both
really hard...
course, it could just be my terrible guitar ability....

sharon

nighthawk wrote:

> on tue, 7 jul 1998, lauren dick wrote:
>
> > hey y'all!--
> >   i am  learning how to play the guitar also, and i was wondering what
> > ig songs are the easiest to play for beginners?
>
>    land of canaan, ctf, dead man's hill, don't give that girl a gun are
> probably the easiest.  you know you're getting good when you can match
> that new live version of tried to be true that emily made all electric, or
> love will come to you...
>
>    darius
>
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hey, hope i am not posting too much! you guys just let me know when you get
sick of seeing the daily total kay??? :)

as of today, it is $615 !!  looking good guys !!!  and in case you were
wondering, there have been 26 people now.

                p.s.  i am looking for monique barbanson's email addy.. does anyone have it?
thanks.

later, and have an indiglowing day (-:

trooper

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date:         sat, 11 jul 1998 15:42:46 -0400
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hey y'all,

*disclaimer*:  this is mostly just a bunch of me philosophizing about
concepts of gender, butch-femme, and how it relates to amy from my
viewpoint.  read on if you wish.  otherwise, no flames, dang-dabbit... :)

***
i know the butch-femme conversation is "over" now, but i just had to
mention this.  whenever i read posts where people refer to amy as "butch"
or "a butch" as if it's *so* obvious and an absolute, readily-available,
completely undeniable fact (like, "yeah, amy's butch..."), i am just so
shocked.

no, i'm not stupid.  i know what "butch" is, or the various ways it can be
interpreted or expressed.  but, when i think of amy, i don't think "amy's
butch," i think, "amy's amy."  am i crazy?  i don't think so.  i just
don't see amy as "masculine," "lookin' like a man," "butch," "not very
feminine," etc.  i just see amy as amy: beautiful, wonderful, gorgeous,
multi-talented, admirable, fun, plain-ol' amy.  [btw, those "beautiful"
and "gorgeous" comments aren't referring to amy *physically*, just her
overall persona.  for those of you who didn't go through this with me last
fall, just ask bethany, she understands me. just kidding, don't everyone
go and email poor bethany! :) ]

anyway, back to that "butch" thing... well, i guess that just reflects my
feelings about gender.  terms like "masculine" and "feminine" are used to
signify what actions/thoughts/looks/jobs/hobbies/etc.  are appropriate for
which gender.  but, i don't think in those terms.  i don't agree with
them. (as i'm sure many of you don't...[i hope.])  in my head, when i
think of amy, i don't think of her as "a woman who has a lot of masculine
qualities"... no, if i were asked to describe amy beyond "she's amy"
(while not trying to create an accurate physical description of her out of
a few piddly words) i might say "amy has qualities that are
stereotypically 'masculine'."

but, when *i* think of her (ugh, i don't know how to "explain" this to
y'all, it's just how i think...), yeah, i know she's a "woman," but, i
just don't think in terms of gender categories...  personally, i like
certain _qualities_ in people.  and while there are certain things that i
like in women & vice-versa, overall, i'm not attracted to gender, per se.
great, now i'm startin' to sound like one of those crazy bisexuals!!!
(i'm just kidding!  my partner of 5+ years is bisexual.)

okay, time for more seeming cluelessness...  i have no desire to be sexual
with men, but don't identify as a lesbian, either. (i'm seriously asking
myself why i'm telling y'all this & vice versa)  i just don't like any of
those terms (dyke, queer, gay, homosexual...).  none of them describe me.
so, yeah, it has a lot to do with how i view gender.  i've included that
personal stuff to help clarify what i mean about amy, but i don't think it
seems very helpful at all... agh!  i'm sorry!  just wait, i think it will
come full circle in just a bit...

so getting back to amy, i guess my big thing is that i've never heard amy
say, "i'm butch" (or heard mention of her saying it).  and, i just don't
think it's right to put labels on people that they haven't specifically
claimed or said applies to them.  it may seem extremely *obvious* tosome
that "amy is butch," but i still don't think this should be so easily assumed...

i think maybe if i clarified more specifically my whole stance on gender
what i'm trying to say would be much more clear.  ok, so, i don't see
people as "male" and "female"  (i know there's at least one person out
there who's read leslie feinberg's "stone butch blues", at least you
should understand me!)  i see people as people.  i see one's culture as
deciding what is right for certain people with certain genitalia.  (ok,
i'll stop there.)  so, i don't see amy as "butch."  i see amy as amy.

well, i hope somebody understood.  perhaps, i have a very obscure and
singular viewpoint (but, i really don't think so), but i just wanted to
share.  at the least, someone out there will realize that something
they thought is unmistakebly simple, cut and dry, yes or no is not...
there's always someone (or a bunch of someones) who think differently,
have a whole different way of conceptualizing the world...

if you read this far.  wow.  congratulations.  as i've said before, you
either hate me/are quite annoyed by me or find me oddly
amusing/interesting...  thanks for sticking it out.  :)

peace, melissa

-got to learn to respect what we don't understand -amy ray

-my life is more than a vision -emily saliers

-i am a problem child/ i've been wild all my days/ all my anger and my
rage/ my senses said it would lead me astray/ i said go, go, go -a.r.

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hey y'all,

i am in no frame of mind to review boalsburg (as i'm sure you gathered
from my last crazy post).  i just wanted to say "hi, nice meetin' ya" to
the nice listees i watched the show with from the same vantage point,
row one and two of bodies squished up against the barrier, *amy side* :) !

(as i listen to "end" by the cure from their wish album..."please, please,
please stop loving me. i am none of these things...")

   hey shannon!  hey steph!  hey bethany!  hey jillyc!  hey carol!

that's all.  peace, melissa

-got to learn to respect what we don't understand -amy ray

-my life is more than a vision -emily saliers

-i am a problem child/ i've been wild all my days/ all my anger and my
rage/ my senses said it would lead me astray/ i said go, go, go -a.r.

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when i was looking at that set list from finger lakes, i couldn't help but
laugh at the comment about only 6 people doing the na na na na na's.  i
was at a lilith show, and no one was singing, not even to galileo!  when
they did least complicated, not many people could even sing the na na na
na's.  not many people even got excited.  but when sarah came out for "the
water is wide" that changed...  anyway, emily and amy were laughing about
the whole matter, but really, that can't be a good feeling for them...
anyway, just an incoherent thought...

love,
karen :-)

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side, the prize is always worth the rocky ride."
        --the goddess emily saliers (indigo girls)
"my flesh is strong; my spirit's stronger."
        --the goddess amy ray (indigo girls)
"i don't care if they eat me alive, cause i've got better
things to do than survive."  --ani difranco
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date:         sat, 11 jul 1998 15:57:18 -0400
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does anyone know when tickets for the new show dates go onsale?  any
information would help!  i called some of the venues and the people who
worked there were clueless.  also, nothing is up on the ticketmaster
website. thanks!

love,
karen :-)

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side, the prize is always worth the rocky ride."
        --the goddess emily saliers (indigo girls)
"my flesh is strong; my spirit's stronger."
        --the goddess amy ray (indigo girls)
"i don't care if they eat me alive, cause i've got better
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date:         sat, 11 jul 1998 17:23:21 edt
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>so, i take it that this renamed rolling thunderpussy review doesnt include
miss difranco...<

hey, i'm a new comer to this list---but i was just wondering if anybody knows
if ani was ever invited to play at lilith?  ig & ani are two of my three loves
and neither are playing at my lilith!!!  i honestly don't know if i even want
to go since i found out that ig wasnt going to be there...but they will be
here in minn for suffragette--:)  baby, i'll be the first in line!!!

in response to the tattoos--i have one and only one---but it's a tribal
sun--the colors represent how i see myself (i know not what certain colors
represent--but i'm sure if i looked them up, i would identify very well with
them.)  the center represents who i am at the center of my soul and that is a
very intense yellow, the first ring of flames is a fade of yellow to red, the
outer ring of flames fades from red to purple to blue...smack in the middle of
my lower back, it is alot bigger than i intended--but that seems to be how my
life goes--nothing ever as planned--so, it indeed,
is truely representational...

i am truely jealous all you who have just recently seen ig in concert---but,
they have played at luther college (iowa) three times---small, small, small
crowd--so i have been blessed.

peace--enjoy the sunshine today!!!
kara.

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    alright, now:
                        i am not a big fan of this thread - (the femme/butch
thing), but i'll
    have to agree w/ this one.

<<<" ...i just don't like any of
those terms (dyke, queer, gay, homosexual...).  none of them describe me."

     i feel the same way.  i don't feel the need for a "title" to describe who
i am.
     to the people i come in contact w/ who ask me, " what do you like to be
called? "
     (and i just had this conversation 3 weeks ago w/ my friend's next door
neighbor; a real lovely guy..ahhh,yeah! (: ) i always say, "how about
jennifer??.."
     i don't look gay/butch/dyke-ish/ or femme in my mind.  most people are
pretty shocked they find out i like chicks!(:  haha
     to each his own i guess;  but to the people who feel the need to label
everyone i say:  label this, baby!!  ha!

     jennifer

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i'd like to invite everyone to a play put on by theatre neo, called
"guydance"  it's playing sundays through july 19, at the hudson street
theatre on hudson street in santa monica.  tickets are $15, and it's being
directed by one of my coworkers.  i hope you all can find time to see it-
its well worth it.  for more information please call (213) 857- 5657 or
(818) 789-8499.

thanks!!

                  with  love, and all things indigo

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

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                everything that i believe is wrong with you
                            is wrong with me
                everything i truly love, i love in you and
                            i love in me
                                            ** amy ray
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i am in winthrop - i just got in from the bus station and we went by
harborlights - we heard something....


stopped...


the soundcheck! loud and clear we heard this train, a totally new (mega
funky) sys, and eiiot, i almost taped it (we were in a car parked and planes
were flying over (i will freak if they do winthrop tonight - it looks like a
beatiful venue....)
mike r.

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date:         sat, 11 jul 1998 15:36:01 pdt
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subject:      still looking for remixes??/other stuff
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hi ya'll..dunno if you got the message i sent thru my g/f..the power
went off last night (damned storms) at about 8pm, and didn't come on
till 2pm today, and then it was storming so bad we didn't dare turn the
computer on!! i have 142 emails and will hopefully get to 'em soon, but
if you're expecting a personal response from me about something you've
sent over the last 2 and a half days, it may be awhile! :p

ok now for the rest of it, i got goldmine and i'm one of those people
that reads all those lil ads!

this place:
http://www.yodelinpig.com  has both the sys remixes for $10 apiece!

http://www.brouhahacd.com  has power of two (single) for $5, soy single
for $8, and bmhawk for $8 (i think it was $8)

http://www.landmarkrecords.com  has bmhawk single

this place 1-888-725-7614  has a bunch of promo-posters (so, sots and
1200 curfews) and an 8x10 color pic for $5...the # is to call for a free
catalogue..anyhoo..i'll try n get thru my mail quickly! :p

*hugs*

lamia


"she's a witness to her own glory
she's a never-ending story
she's playin' footsie in another dimension
she's a goddess milking the time for all that it's worth."
--beck, nitemare hippie girl

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date:         sat, 11 jul 1998 16:09:31 -0700
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at last!  i have finally found the time to finish transfering the
parodies to geocities.  kim mentioned them last week, and if you
haven't taken a look at the site recently, you should now.

http://www.geocities.com/wellesley/9183/parodies.htm

:)
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date:         sat, 11 jul 1998 19:35:01 edt
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hi everyone:

     i just visited the lilith fair website and saw that if  you send an e-
mail you can get on a mailing list to receive a newsletter sent directly to
you about what is happening during the tour.  visit the website and join or e-
mail
lilithfair-news-request@lists.cgm.com with subscribe in the subject box.

sue

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in previous e-mail i forgot one letter in the lilith fair newsletter address.
the correct address is lilithfair-news-request@lists.cgim.com.  please forgive
my mistake.  i hope it did not inconvenience anyone.

sue

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in a message dated 98-06-18 20:41:04 edt, tatonetti.2@osu.edu writes:

<<  btw, anybody read sherman alexie (who
does the spoken word on "small world" from the honor cd)? >>

speaking of sherman alexie (this might have been posted and i might have
deleted it..sorry in advance if that's so) he directed the movie smoke signals
that i saw a few days ago.  it's a great movie...great development of
characters and ulali sing back up on it and in the credits they mention
supporting honor the earth campaign.
rena

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this is a bigtime last minute effort to sell 3 indigo girls tickets for
tonight, sat. june 10 at 7:30 pm. this concert is in boston at
harborlights. i'll sell them to anyone interested for $30, a great deal
(service charges dropped!) e-mail me at tamina@earthlink.net. thanks!!!

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this is to let the list know that lamia is ok, but can't get on-line b/c
of a big storm and power outage that messed up the phone lines.  she
should be back on by tuesday.

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folks,

just a reminder, please, to bounce subscribers not to quote
other peoples' entire messages when you're replying to them
via the list.  please take the time to cut out all the
irrelevant sections of the messages you're replying to,
including:
        - the other person's signature
        - the list signature
        - any and all headers
        - as much of the actual message as you can

for example, if you're replying to a two-line question out
of someone else's forty-line post, it isn't necessary to
re-quote the entire forty lines all over again...

please be considerate of folks on digest!

thanks everyone,
sherlyn (sorry if i sound grumpy but i woke up with a
headache)
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you just climb up to the top and you will find me hanging around
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hi all!  sorry for the nigc, but something in our discussions sparked a
memory in my mind of a conversation i had with a friend about "bound" -
and how it was really a portrayal of a male fantasy of what a lesbian
relationship is like... so i hoped maybe some of you could enlighten me
further regarding lesbian portrayals in movies (a list
of relevant movies would be useful, too).  do you agree with my friend?

reply privately, please!  i want to stay friends with sherlyn....!!
:-)
thanks

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lines from a navajo wind chant

then he was told:
remember what you have seen,
because everything forgotten
returns to the circling winds.

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date:         sat, 11 jul 1998 22:12:46 edt
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hi guys!

      a while back, somebody posted something on an indie film called "inn
trouble"...  does anyone have any info on this movie, (like, what's it about,
who's in it, and where could i find it if i wanted to see it?).

thanks!
~lisa  (who is just really psyched right now, because the girls are gonna be
in cincy on 8/30!!!!!)

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sorry to be reiterative (?), but please donate something to youth pride.
erin has posted her address like a half-dozen times already, and mine is
given (again) below.  if everyone gave a dollar, we'd have over seven
hundred dollars with which we could help funding and outreach for queer
and questioning youth.  many of you went through a hard time when
figuring out your sexuality, or maybe you knew someone who did.  if
neither of those applies to you, then please think of the kids, who have
a scarily high suicide attempt rate, and more likely to be depressed and
alienated than their heterosexual peers.  anything you can send will
help.  if you don't have a checking account, you can get a money order
made out at a grocery store.  i don't know, i'm babbling.  whatever.
please help however you can.  it's rather silly that we need emily's
birthday to compel us to help out, but this is still as good a time as
any to donate your time and resources.
yawn.
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this is for all of you indigohioans...

     i actually didn't attend the polaris show, (financial reasons... i had
already agreed to go to the detroit one with a friend who lives there), but i
originally expressed interest, so i'm still on the indigohio list or whatever,
(which i guess is still appropriate, since i've lived in cincinnati all my
life)...  anyway, i read about the sunflower you all gave to a+e, and guess
what was sitting there behind amy though the whole 7/7 pine knob show?  yep,
da flower!   i just thought you guys would like to know... so your flower is
now a part of the set...  or at least it was in detroit.   it was funny... i
saw it, and i turned to my friend and said excitedly, "i know that flower!!!,"
at which point i think she sort of wanted to act like she _didn't_ know me ;)

      anyway, i hope some of you guys will also be going to the shows in
cleveland, (8/28), and/or cincinnati,(8/30)...  maybe we can start talking
about getting together before the show(s)...  like, i know that bogart's, (in
cincy), is a general admission venue, so my friends and i plan on getting
there very early, to guarantee a place right by the stage... maybe we could
all meet outside early and keep each other company... last time they played
bogart's, back on the rites of passage tour, i didn't get tix, b/c i had
actually just become a fast fan about a week before they played there, and
they were sold out; but a friend told me there were already people standing in
line to get in in the early afternoon, and the doors didn't even open until 7
or 8... but that's all second-hand info...  anyway, clifton's cool, so i'm
going to get there aroud noon on the 30th, and if there's no line, we'll just
shop or have coffee or something...  i'm rambling now, aren't i...    well,
the whole point is that i'd love to meet some of you other indigohioans, so
let's keep in touch and try to get together for these shows, okay?    and by
the way, if anybody has any info on the cleveland show on 8/28, (like venue,
and is it gen admission too ?), let me know...  i feel a small road trip
coming on...   :)

thanks!
~lisa

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date:         sat, 11 jul 1998 19:47:54 pdt
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subject:      suffragette sessions tour-- god love those girls!!!!!!!!!
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can anyone tell me where and when tickets for this new suffragette
sessions tour can be purchased?  can ticketmaster confirm this???

guys, they're playing the agora in cleveland-- do y'all know how small
the agora is???  shit, it's a club is all!!!  and bogarts in
cincinnati-- it's like the size of a house.  we've seen they might be
giants (lesser-known band) at both venues, and they're *general
admission*, tickets were like 10 bucks for those shows (although ig is
better known, so that may up the ticket price), and you can lean on the
stage, there's no fence or little wall put up to separate you from the
act.  good god, i am so fraught.  karen rosenblum, we are so going to be
there!  hooo yaaaay.

jill

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date:         sat, 11 jul 1998 22:52:54 -0400
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hey!!

is my email screwed up?  i didn't see anything posted about the show
last night except for my post!

karen=live is screwed up, so might the email...

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someone may have mentioned this already (jeex, go away for a copule days
and it takes forever to catch up again)... but

on cnn showbiz last year (when sots just came out), they girls did a
little interview and then went to play soy. amy left her capo on. she
played the first couple notes and kind of looked at her guitar like,
"what is wrong here?" emily yells out, "capo! rock n' roll!". meanwhile,
amy tears it off her guitar and throws it down and starts the song
again. the kind of giggled about it and talked a little bit in each
other's ear before they started singing and then all was well. :)

on an unrelated note, tonight i had one of those weird moments while i
was driving back from detroit to kalamazoo: i was listening to
chickenman when i saw this deer run up to the road and i was screaming
to myself (in that split second in your mind), "no!" and the happy
little deer (okay, that's my assumption) pranced away to safety in the
woods. yay! no carnage! :)

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date:         sat, 11 jul 1998 19:55:53 pdt
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>did they change the name or is this a different tour then rolling
>thunderpussy?

i think thunderpussy is in the fall, and they're hitting up "politically
active" college campuses (isn't that what the release said?) near the
east coast.  hello, oberlin???!!!!!!!!
woo
jill

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date:         sat, 11 jul 1998 19:59:51 pdt
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wait a sec, one of the ohio dates listed was saturday, aug. 21.
the 21st is a friday.  so which is it?  fri. 8/21 or sat. 8/22???


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date:         sat, 11 jul 1998 20:15:16 pdt
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>amy goes "wow i just blew a lugey or snot chunk on my mike, came out of
>my nasal passages, now i'm gonna have to eat it all night, yuk"

i thought she said "i just smushed a midgie (horrible little flying bugs
indigenous to this neck o' the country) into my mike, it like flew in
and came out of my nasal passages..." !  i wasn't too attentive, i was
thrilling in the vibe of that crowd :)

jill

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i'm pretty sure she said it was a snot chunk..could be wrong though, you had
the bass section, i was in the middle front.  whatever..it was pretty funny
!!!

jill again wrote:

> >amy goes "wow i just blew a lugey or snot chunk on my mike, came out of
> >my nasal passages, now i'm gonna have to eat it all night, yuk"
>
> i thought she said "i just smushed a midgie (horrible little flying bugs
> indigenous to this neck o' the country) into my mike, it like flew in
> and came out of my nasal passages..." !  i wasn't too attentive, i was
> thrilling in the vibe of that crowd :)
>
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...[a]ll things come from the old intense light and...they pause in the
darkness of matter only long enough to change back into energy, to see
that changelessness would be meaninglessness, to know that the only way
the universe can show and prove itself is through change.
-william least heat-moon


emily, at ann arbor, and upon messing up the piano, said:  "i just
realized i could play anything, and it would still be right."  a song is
just a temporary ordering of notes and words, not unchangeable.  boo
boos aren't boo boos, they're the way the notes and words were ordered
at the time they were performed.  if a song is an extension of a
performer, then anything that performer does in that song is right for
them at that time.

jill

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hey,
it's me, java, writing from a brand spanking new addy.  anyway, i'm thinking of taking a road trip to catch some of the suffragette sessions tour.  i might have room in the car for 1 or 2 more people. so, if you can get to southern california and feel like takin' a road trip in august, get in touch with me so i can give you the details.

oh, and if anyone has any more info on how to get tickets, will you pass that along.  thanks,
java


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date:         sun, 12 jul 1998 00:04:48 -0400
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how about this. "there are never mistakes, only happy accidents." -the
late great bob ross
:) rb

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date:         sat, 11 jul 1998 23:12:23 -0500
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howdy all,

        sittin here enjoyin' a back yard campfire  & some beer, in prep for my
big doin's tomorrow...
        my sis & niece have been sufficiently impressed with ig,  they love
blister in the sun...
        we're doing a little 'thang' for entertainment value tomorrow night at
the bonfire, but we are having a hellofa time coming up with the
lyrics....can anybody help me?  pretty please

        hurry  hurry....they think they no what it is....i need help!!


peace & love
jules

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date:         sat, 11 jul 1998 21:21:56 pdt
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>>did they change the name or is this a different tour then rolling
>>thunderpussy?
>
>i think thunderpussy is in the fall, and they're hitting up
"politically
>active" college campuses

never mind that,
i'm an eeeeediot.  :}

this is why one must always always read all of one's listmail before
replying........

jill

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date:         sun, 12 jul 1998 00:02:27 -0400
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hey kind friends,

i've been very quiet on the list as of late.  this week was a week of
mixed emotions for me.  on monday, we celebrated world tibet day and the
birthday of the dalai lama.  it was a very happy day for me.  however,
that night turned tragic.  my co-worker's (mark) partner passed away.
this is the 18th person in my life which i have lost to aids.  i used to
think that aids would pass me by.  when i realized that was niave, i used
to think that each aids death would get easier.  it hasn't.  the pain and
anger i feel is immense.  that night i had to go into a card shop to buy
a sympathy card for mark.  i'm sure everyone else on this list realizes
how hard it is to find a card that doesn't say, "sorry to hear about the
passing of your wife/husband."  a gender neutral sympathy card is a
difficult thing to find.  sorry for the rant....but this has been a very
difficult time for me.

so.....remember gary w.  i love you!

with that said, you can imagine my despair as i went out for my nightly
walk.  i found myself down in soho and tribecca.  well, imagine my
surprise when i just happened into a cd store that had both the red and
blue cds (i had decided to break down and buy a lisa loeb and ani cd).
well, they were rubber banded together and he was selling for a set at
the ripe price of $24.99.  i told this list i wouldn't be buying any more
because they were just a pain to find and sell to you.  well.......i
asked the guy if he had any more.  he goes into the back and comes back
out with this box......full of them (the box came straight from epic and
had an address label indicating they were sent to a magazine
conglomeration here in nyc).  i asked him what he could do on the price
if i bought all of them.  he looked at me like i was on crack (which i
bet it looked to be the case since i had been crying before i went into
the store).  i told him i wanted to give them out as gifts to friends.

anyway, he cut me a break on the pice.  so i've got about 2 dozen of them
at the pretty price of $16.99 (that's for a set of 1 red and 1 blue).
so, i'm going to go and offer them up to the list.  i think the fairest
way to do this (since i don't have time to go through a lottery again,
etc.), is to go back through and offer them up to those who registered
for either the red or blue offer before (yes, i saved each and every one
of your e-mails).  so, with that said, some of you can look forward to
e-mails from me.  those who aren't interested, i'll move on to others.
and if nobody on the list wants them, hell, i guess i'll have my
christmas shopping done early.  :)

the lesson for everybody out there in the heartland:  if you find 1, you
might find more.

thanks for putting up with me,
l'sly

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ok...scary stuff, let me tell ya.  i'm on the web, baby!!  i'm on the
lilith site...on july 5's show under fans...i'm the crazy looking one.
http://lilithfair.excite.com/main.html

so, you know what i look like...it says "fan with blanket"...although
its only my shirt.  i'm dancing to litany (amy was there...heh, she saw
me dance :)  ).

okey dokey
carol
ps-jill's in the background...in the brown vest, teva sandals.....
pps-boalsburg was sooooooo coo'


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jilly c.: wrote:

> act.  good god, i am so fraught.  karen rosenblum, we are so going to be
> there!  hooo yaaaay.
>

hell yah, baybeeeeee!!!!  man, if it's the size of a house, we can get so
close to amy (and emily also!!!, but ya know 'bout us and amy... ;-) )

so, who is joining us?  indigohio people?  come on y'all!  and how about
other listees who feel the sudden need to roadtrip to the midwest?!  see,
ohio really is (as the liscense plates say) "in the heart of it all"!  ha!

love,
karen :-)

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ok this is so silly of me but i have to say it..
has anyone ever noticed their initials go together?
ea and ae they're just reversed..! and the r..s!! just like the
alphabet..*g* i'm so dumb i can't believe i noticed that...

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~~anyway, i read about the sunflower you all gave to a+e, and guess
what was sitting there behind amy though the whole 7/7 pine knob show?
yep, da flower!   i just thought you guys would like to know... so your
flower is now a part of the set...
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
and you can see it on the lilith site. ;) heh heh...(thanks for findin'
that pic carol! speakin' o' carol...you can see *her* too. dancin'
around at the july 5th lilith!! wicked! she's famous! :)
anyhooos...the site...
http://lilithfair.excite.com/main.html
go to dates...then to july 7...then to i.g. (of course!).

these are some good pics.  the 3rd one down is a pretty good shot o' the
flower.  man...incorporated into the set...just like the x files
stickers...makes me proud to be an indigohioan.  hells yeah!  there are
also some pretty good amy tattoo shots near the bottom of this same set
(7/7).

shnikeys,
bethany (needin' some sleep..still recoverin' from the loooong assed
trip back from boalsburg.  jill?! carol!? you still alive?! :)


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karen said:
>>amy goes "wow i just blew a lugey or snot chunk on my mike, came out
of my nasal passages, now i'm gonna have to eat it all night, yuk"

then jill said:
i thought she said "i just smushed a midgie (horrible little flying bugs
indigenous to this neck o' the country) into my mike, it like flew in
and came out of my nasal passages..." !  i wasn't too attentive, i was
thrilling in the vibe of that crowd :)

then *i* said:
damn...it was definitely "snot chunk."  when you hear amy ray utter
*that* phrase, ya' just don't forget it.  ooh! say it again, amy! :)
speakin' of that wonderful evenin'.  i have a lot to say about good ol'
boalsburg.  the trip was worth it (though longer than expected)...the
car accident (which woke miss jill from her peaceful slumber) sucked,
but hey...ya' do what ya' have to do right?! :)  the dude was like
*twelve!* i swear he was... :) it was *his* flippin' fault, so
uuhhh...needless to say, we just wanted to get the hell outta
there..."yeah, yeah, yeah...give me your information, brother...hurry
the hell up! write faster! we're late for a concert, dammit!" (only
*thinkin'* that of course...i'm sure the pained look in my eyes said
enough...ha!)  seriously though... thought i was gonna have a
coronary...as if general admission concerts aren't stressful *enough!*
so, the show.  boalsburg.  amazing.  absolutely wonderful.  best indigo
show ever.  didn't think *anything* could ever measure up to the
harrisburg honor the earth show back in september.  dude...(hey,
jill...i've turned into that b.g. guy...'dude') this one went above and
beyond that'n.  yikes!
so, the barbara k. trio kicked my butt...i was so impressed. the drumma
was goin' to town on his giant foster's beer can, so i was completely
taken by him.  a lotta fun to watch.  barbara is a great performer with
a wonderful stage presence.  she's a lot of fun to watch...she's got a
great sense of humor.
theeeeeeeeen, miss michelle malone.  wow.  that's all i have to say.
i've been dreaming of seeing her since i saw her at last year's lilith.
it's about *time!*  she was playin' the crap outta that guitar of hers.
i'm still amazed to see her...just michelle and her guitar.  that's all
she needs, man.  she's a frigging amazing performer.  i loved her
"butter biscuit" tune...haven't laughed that hard in a long time.  she's
hilarious.  the intro though, was the best.."so, i'm gonna play a happy
song...you know, one of the *five* happy songs that i've written...heh
heh...i have found that every time i start writing a happy song it
always ends up being about food."  oh my god...she's so cute. :)
then, of course, amy and emily.  wow.  :)my point of view?  second
row...5-10 ft. in front o' amy...impressive. :) they were in great
moods, and it was obvious.  they were just a' smilin' and chattin' away.
:) the set was amazing and they really enjoyed our crowd...man, their
eyes were sparklin' every time they let us sing. ;)  speakin' of...i've
*never* been to a show where they allowed us to sing so much...it seemed
like there was a time in almost *every* song, where those spotlights
were shinin' down on the audience.  it was great.   it seemed to me that
they were very happy to be out on their own...you know, back ta' doin' a
full show (out of the lilith setting).  i was really surprised that so
many great songs were performed...best ever.
now for some highlights...my favorite moments. :)had never heard "love
will come to you" live, until last night. it was amazing, and jane
scarpantoni (god, that woman is talented!) played the cello beautifully.
jane did a wicked little intro on "this train revised" and jerry took
over with drum playin' like i've *never* seen.  god...gave me
goosebumps.  i was completely in awe.
amy performed "problem child" in its entirety...first time i had heard
this one as well...i loved it.  it seemed that she changed a lot of
it...the basics (i am a problem child, i've been wild all my
days..etc...) are still there, but she has added a lot of new stuff.
it's great...it has serious "one of bethany's favorites (heh heh..aren't
they *all!?*)" potential.
"gone again" -- three words! praise da lode!  i'm so happy they did this
one.  i was floored when i first heard it at dickinson...really was.  i
was in love with it during the first 15 seconds...that mandolin can't be
beaten. :) so, jilly held up her little sign:

mulder:  scully?!  what's this strange vibe i'm picking up!?
scully:  oh, it's nothing...just amy ray considering singing "gone
again." (not exactly what it said...close enough though :)

and 3 songs later, there it was.  *thank* you amy! :)

"wild horses" was unbelievable.  out of all the times i've praised this
song, i never thought i'd ever have the opportunity to hear it live.
absolutely amazing...michelle, amy, and emily.  what more could ya' ask
for?!
loved "shed your skin." shook my bootay like a maniac...couldn't help
myself man...those spirits moved me. ;)  jane broke it down on the
cello...and the bass dude...well, he just screwed it up. :) it was funny
though...this is one o' those "mess up" moments.  the repeating bass
line that just kind of pulses in the middle...when amy starts "i got the
hangman...i got milagro..."  he was playing it *sooooooooo*
slooooooooooooow...and amy was laughin' her hiney off...moving her arms
around all slow...like she was swimming in sludge. :) very cute...he had
cool hair though...i'll give him *that.* :)
galileo was great, and the best singalong that i've ever been part of.
:) the crowd sang the entire "stopped by the bar at 3 a.m." verse..amy
and emily smilin' like fiends...the place lit up like 4th of july. :)
great...arms waving...god...i wish i could do it again!
now...i'm not sure o' this tune..."take a load off (courtesy of karen
frey! never would've known the title!)." this was amazing...again, they
were having such a good time.  amy, michelle, and em.  breakin' it down,
all in a line...smiling.  i've *never* seen the girls this happy to be
playin'. :)
finally heard the "karla faye tucker" ditty...soulful as hell. loved
it...
"scooter boys." deaaaar god...the most amazing version i've ever heard.
i could've died...at the very end...she repeated this *one* line 3, 4, 5
times...and in between every time there was this incredible echo (we
were in a mountainous pennsylvania ampitheater :), and this amazing
silence.  oh my god...goosebumps.  i need this boot. i must have it. ;)
i was nearly fallin' over...jill and i looked at one another...carol and
i looked at one another...i was grabbing both of them while she was
singing this...and man, all i could say was "oh shit."  frigging
amazing.
so, we kicked booty on closer to fine...singing like never before, and
as usual, i was sad to see them leave.  blah.  another show come and
gone...hopefully i'll be headin' on out to the bethlehem, pa show...and
of course the new tour thang. :)
gotta love them indigo girls.  daaaaaaaaamn.

bethany :)


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howdy all,

        just a thank you to all that responded with the lyrics...
they were waaaaaaaaayyyy off.  :^)  although....the lyrics they came up
with were quite interesting!

        thanks again,
        peace & love,
        jules

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ok -- i'm peeved...  i'm an from ohio -- but not until i'm here in midland,
texas do a + e do club dates in ohio!  i wanna see ig in a small venue!!!!
wah!

peace,
lisa j.
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ok -- i'm peeved...  i'm an ohioan -- but not until i'm here in midland, texas
do a + e do  club dates in ohio!  i wanna see ig in a small venue!!!!  wah!

peace,
lisa j.
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something that *hasn't* been meantioned about boalsburg is that on shame
on you, they segued into brown eyed girl!!  i don't think they've done
that since i saw them last summer!!  i've only heard of a few times from
lilith fairs, and then now.  did they do this anywhere else recently?
it's just so cool!!  i heard it @ polaris last summer & it was scary,
cuz i had once told jill "wouldn't it be cool to hear a female band play
that?"
whew doggie!!
carol
(who is soooo happy that they are coming to cleveland just days before
she elaves for school, *then* the day she goes up to michigan, they are
in detroit)

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date:         sun, 12 jul 1998 12:19:43 -0000
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can you e-mail me this evening. i lost your e-mail address. missy

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>         just a thank you to all that responded with the lyrics...
> they were waaaaaaaaayyyy off.  :^)

by 'they' i was meanin' my sis and niece...not you guys...you're the
best!!!

>         thanks again,
>         peace & love,
>         jules
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aloha everyone :)

        i have a question to ask of all you well-informed fans.  yesterday i was at a
wedding, and i was talking to some guy, and we started talking about music.  i
mentioned my love of ig, and he said that not only is he a fan, but he had
seen them live a few weeks ago. . . he said this with kind of a smile-y look
in his eyes. . . . . ya know "that look that's like laughing. . . with liquid
in your mouth. . "

anyways, he said that they performed at a summer festival with chumbawumba in
muskegon, mich.

i told him i didnt' believe him and he just laughed and insisted it was true.
so what i'm wondering is, were ig in muskegon and somehow i didn't hear about
it?  or was this guy shamelessly straying from the truth? :)

wonderin',
emily

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doh!  okay my computer is being a really slow pain in the ass, but i'm
still trying to find those pics! :p

also, because of the insane weekend i have been having, i didn't remember
about all the lilith stuff until about 30 mins ago (it's now 1:45 p.m.)
and one of the first things that came on with was this huge long segment
with the girls.  what did i do?  did i scramble for a tape and tape it?
no...i stared at the tv gape-mouthed and pretty much drooled.  i could
freaking kick myself.  i did get some more stuff...but still *dies* oh god
the concert is only a month away.

i think i'm gonna die.  i also thought about trying to smuggle my vid cam
in...i dunno...i'm floundering on this one.

and i am now starting to (i know my symptoms) obsess over sinead again.
anyways.

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> now...i'm not sure o' this tune..."take a load off

i believe this is called  "the weight" by the band...that's what it
says on the set list i got from the finger lakes show...i mean i've
been calling it 'take a load off annie' and then last night my guitar
friend said 'oh,  you mean the weight'...anyhoo -

have to agree - the boalsburg show was great.  again - it was one of
those 'moments' - one of those...'this is good stuff and ya can't get
any better than this...' kind of moments!  serious case.

the first sign i held up - said "amy and emily - we dig you" and in
the middle of the poster was the sign lanuage i love you
handshape...so amy reads it and does the same handshape - very cute!
she did it again at the end of the show...(im a sign language terp and
when i have the opportunity to see ms. ray doing that -
well...goosebumps).  had some other signs - that i believe they saw...

michelle malone - awesome.  i briefly talked to her after the show - i
said 'great show!' and she said 'saw you dancing out there - looked
like you were having a great time!' ...cool.  this happened about the
same time some scary man started bothering me...hanging on me and just
being rude.  thankfully the trusty security dudes helped me out...was
hoping while i was inside the ropes where the buses were - that maybe
id catch a glimpse of the girls...didnt happen - but we waited awhile
and the security guys walked me back to my friends...*grin*  annnddd..
the butter bicuit song was cooooll too!

like bethany said - the girls were smiling and eyes twinkling the
whole time - it just looked like they were having fun - it was a
rather small venue - (a plus) and people were up the whole time...i
danced the whole time and when i got up yesterday - my legs were
sore...heehee.  (thats one sign of a good concert!)  lol.  and i
believe amy was talking about snot...at least thats what i heard...

anyway - it was a great time...nice to meet some of you from the
list!!  it was truly a fun concert...

take it easy -
sunny
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date:         sun, 12 jul 1998 12:55:05 -0500
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> anyways, he said that they performed at a summer festival with
chumbawumba in
>muskegon, mich.
>
>i told him i didnt' believe him and he just laughed and insisted it was
true.
>so what i'm wondering is, were ig in muskegon and somehow i didn't hear
about
>it?  or was this guy shamelessly straying from the truth? :)


they both played at guinness fleadh, however, i'm sure they played on
different days - same festival, different days.

eddie

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> anyways, he said that they performed at a summer festival with
chumbawumba in
>muskegon, mich.


they both played the guinness fleadh in new york.

eddie

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hey yall -

got some requests for the boot from finger lakes - ahh good show!
*grin*

im still sifting through mail - but wanted to let ya know that i got
your requests - ill send ya mail about it later - i think the quality
is going to be alright...just depends on my tape deck...keep your
fingers crossed...

more later -

sunny - who can only think about this past weekend...


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in a message dated 98-07-12 01:56:25 edt, you write:

<< x files
stickers... >>

huh???? what do they have on em??

pax, celeste:)

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<< but we are having a hellofa time coming up with the
lyrics....can anybody help me?  pretty please
  >>
please post these to the list if you gottem.  i think there are a lot of us
out here wondering!

peace,

pam

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does anyone know where i can find michelle malone guitar tabs?

thanks!

isabelle :)

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the girls are on lilith, as i type.. gotta go

peace + love,
forever a flower child
    * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ *
if you're not outraged, then you're not paying attention!
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but does anyone know where natalie merchant is from?  i don't recall ever
hearing her speak...and she seems to have an accent...

--audra
*who is presently drooling because she is taping water is wide!!!!!*

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what command do you use to get  a list of people on the  list?

thanx, celeste:)

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hey y'all.  it doesn't look like i'm watching moxy fruvous right now, so i
figured i'd do the next best thing and ramble about my day at the boalsburg
show.
[[first off, michelle and jodi, i have your bumper sticker.  man, i told you
i'd forget and leave it in my pocket... of course i realized that i had it
about two seconds after i walked into the parking lot, hate it when that
happens.  please e-mail me, and i can see about mailing it to ya.]]
anyhow, the show rocked so damn hard!  i was happily smushed up against the
barrier about ten feet from stage-amy.  i must say, barbara kessler was very
impressive.... good music, funny stuff and all, and the percussion guy was
very interesting to watch pounding away on the cardboard box, little barrel.
and fosters beer can.
i have a whole new appreciation for michelle malone now.  it's amazing how her
attitude during her performance is so relaxed, but the songs are so intense.
like when someone screamed "michelle, you rock!"  she just smiled and said "i
can" in that cool southern way she has about her.  and she played the butter
biscuit song (wish you were there, andi) at steph's request.  it was awfull
cute.  not to mention that she just seemed like a very nice, down-to-earth
kinda person overall.
and the ig set was so good.... lots of standards, and much new amy stuff.
they both looked very impressed with us for singing so much.  i like how
"problem child" has recently evolved.  "let it be me" was also a plesant
surprise.  jerry was going wild adding in drum fills wherever they would fit
and even singing a verse of one of the cover songs (what was that called?),
and jane was great on cello as usual.  new bass player guy seems promising
too.  the orchestration on "this train revised"  worked really well.  the
whole set was intense.  amy was strumming so hard on "scooterboys" that she
broke a nail or hurt her finger at the end, but she kept on playin' for the
encores.
as far as amy's snot dispute goes i thought she said "snot doggie", not that
that makes any sense though.
overall, i had a really great time.  even waiting in line was plesant... the
weather was perfect, and the country is beautifull out there.  you could see
the sun setting in the mountains behind the stage.  can't imagine a better
place to have spent my 18th birthday.  undying thanks goes to steph for so
very kindly offering transportation and good company for the day.  i'm happy
to have meet all the other listees too (hope your finger is ok, jill).  i
learned much about the concertgoing experiance.  things worked out so
freakishly.... like passing a dead dog while "chickenman" was playing in the
car, and the sign that said "golfing, go carts, indigo girls".  gotta love it.

plesant journeys,
shana

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<<please post these to the list if you gottem.  i think there are a lot of us
out here wondering!>>

blister in the sun

when i'm out walking i strut my stuff yeah
and i'm so strung out
i'm high as a kite and i just might
stop to check you out
let me go on
like a blister in the sun
let me go on
big hands i know your the one
body and beats i stain my sheets
i don't even know why
my girlfriend she's at the end
she is starting to cry
let me go on
like a blister in the sun
let me go on
big hands i know your the one

                            -love
                                 katy

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subject:      blister lyrics

hey!

someone asked for these to be sent to the list:

@song: blister in the sun

when i'm a walking, i strut my stuff, then i'm so strung out
i'm high as a kite, i just might, stop to check you out

   let me go on, like a blister in the sun
   let me go on, big hands i know you're the one

body and beats, i stain my sheets, i don't even know why
my girl friend, she's at the end, she is starting to cry

   let me go on, like a blister in the sun
   let me go on, big hands i know you're the one

whisper:
when i'm a walking, i strut my stuff, then i'm so strung out
i'm high as a kite, i just might, stop to check you out
when i'm a walking, i strut my stuff, then i'm so strung out
i'm high as a kite, i just might, stop to check you out
body and beats, i stain my sheets, i don't even know why
my girl friend, she's at the end, she is starting to cry
when i'm a walking, i strut my stuff, then i'm so strung out
i'm high as a kite, i just might, stop to check you out

loud:
   let me go on, like a blister in the sun
   let me go on, big hands i know you're the one

peace and
take care,
kathrin

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date:         sun, 12 jul 1998 21:51:38 +0000
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subject:      amazon.com stuff again

hey there!

ok, i just browsed amazon.com again and did a search for ig in their
book section, here's what i've come up with (i left the songbooks
out):


                     closer to fine
                          indigo girls cs45 colm68912 / audio cassette
                           / published 1989
                          our price: $2.49 + $2.85 special surcharge
                          (special order)

                     get together /nr
                          indigo girls 45colm 73255 / audio cassette
                          / published 1990 our price: $3.00 + $2.85
                          special surcharge (special order)

                     hammer and a nail /nr
                          indigo girls 45colm 73607 / audio cassette
                          / published 1990 our price: $3.00 + $2.85
                          special surcharge (special order)

                     land of canaan
                          indigo girls cs45 colm73003 / audio cassette
                           / published 1989
                          our price: $3.00 + $2.85 special surcharge
                          (special order)

                     power of two/cd-s
                          indigo girls / published 1995

don't ask me what these cassettes are all about. i've never heard of
'em...

oh, and there's another lilith fair book in the making:

                     from lilith to lilith fair
                          paperback / published 1998
                          our price: $15.96 ~ you save: $3.99 (20%)
                          (not yet published -- on order)

for everyone who didn't know, there's also a book called:

                     building a mystery : the story of sarah mclachlan
                     & lilith fair ~ usually ships in 24 hours
                          judith fitzgerald / paperback / published
                          1998 our price: $11.96 ~ you save: $2.99
                          (20%) read more about this title...

peace and
take care.

kathrin
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date:         sun, 12 jul 1998 16:33:03 -0400
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i just had one- i called protix to see if i can get some ticks for
lilith at merriweather-and i was on hold for like five minutes then the
operator came on and said "thanks for holding this is emily how may i
help you?"  i lost it got all nervous couldnt asked my question i
started to stutter-she must of thought what is the matter with this
chick? i guess it didnt help that i just got done watching vh-1 for
3hours on lilith.

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date:         sun, 12 jul 1998 15:43:09 edt
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i'm sure many of you are taping the segments today....  my vcr decided to die
(too much pressure for it to handle :o).  so, if anyone is willing to copy the
shows for me i would be eternally grateful...

thanks,
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date:         sun, 12 jul 1998 17:04:05 -0500
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>ea and ae they're just reversed..! and the r..s!! just like the
>alphabet..

and *wait!*  i've just discovered something else!!!  both of their
names have an "m" as the second letter and a vowel as the third,
and emily's name is two letters longer than amy's, which is exactly
the number of letter's you'd need to add to amy's name to make it as
long as emily's.  weird shit!  think about it.

c'mon people ... don't we have anything else to talk about? :)

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date:         sun, 12 jul 1998 18:21:26 edt
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same with  me - my vcr f*&$ed up right as "water is wide" began! i was soooo
mad, that was awesome! grr.....if anyone has any part of the show that
includes wiw, i'd be soooo happy....

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hey folks,

kathrin said:
>ok, i just browsed amazon.com again and did a search for ig in their
>book section, here's what i've come up with (i left the songbooks
>out):

unfortunately, i tried to order the cassettes that are listed
on amazon.com a couple of months back, and was informed that
they're no longer available from the publisher.  don't know
why they're still listed...

>oh, and there's another lilith fair book in the making:

speaking of lilith, has anybody read that buffy childerhose
book about last year's lilith?  does it have ig content that
would make it worth getting?  i have a friend who actually
ended up editing that book and he didn't have much good stuff
to say about the author's writing ability... i didn't ask him
about the book's ig content though...

hm -
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>like a blister in the sun

i always thought it was "like *i* blister in the sun"

carol

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emily (not saliers) said: "were ig in muskegon and somehow i didn't hear
about it?  or was this guy shamelessly straying from the truth?

um, that better not be true!! muskegon is relatively close to kalamazoo
and i drove to detroit for a miserable lilith fair!? (in other words, i
hadn't heard about them playing in west michigan except for at the
michigan womyn's music festival)

peace,
amy (not ray)

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date:         sun, 12 jul 1998 19:49:02 -0400
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i saw your signs!!! florescent colors right, amy side?  i was just behind you!  we need tee shirts for concert identification!!!1

sunny wrote:

> > now...i'm not sure o' this tune..."take a load off
>
> i believe this is called  "the weight" by the band...that's what it
> says on the set list i got from the finger lakes show...i mean i've
> been calling it 'take a load off annie' and then last night my guitar
> friend said 'oh,  you mean the weight'...anyhoo -
>
> have to agree - the boalsburg show was great.  again - it was one of
> those 'moments' - one of those...'this is good stuff and ya can't get
> any better than this...' kind of moments!  serious case.
>
> the first sign i held up - said "amy and emily - we dig you" and in
> the middle of the poster was the sign lanuage i love you
> handshape...so amy reads it and does the same handshape - very cute!
> she did it again at the end of the show...(im a sign language terp and
> when i have the opportunity to see ms. ray doing that -
> well...goosebumps).  had some other signs - that i believe they saw...
>

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i didn't go in until the segment i knew was going to have indigo girls.
i turned it on and what did i hear? emily talking! so i punched record
and started recording it right then! luckily a lot of the stuff was the
same but i ended up sitting there for all the rest of the time (plus
when they reran the first two) and got it *all* on tape!!
i think they had as much ig as they did sarah!!!

yay!!!!

*hugs*

lamia


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natalie is from jamestown ny... actually, like ani (of all people) she
started making music (like a living) at age 16....she skipped high school
and went to college - she has some extremely early material (an evening in
tordor...) and she's been a favorite for a decade (remember "in my tribe"
that album blows my mind...must be because i associate rem with it and rem
is how i got into the ig...
and the ig haven'tlost much of their talent (and their drummer) or broken
up...for that (and for the kickass show last night, i am grateful)
*of course* having them play on the same street as where i work for the
start of rolling - let's change the name - tour isn't so bad either...

mike r.

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keep hearing so much about this!  anyone boot it?  willing to help tree for a copy...
toye

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my apologies to the folks who are on both lists.

here's the deal...mm opened, and sang/played with the girls throughout the
night.  they also played 2 new songs that i don't know the names of, and 1
cover which i also don't know the name of.  if anyone knows these, email
me privately.

1. alright
2. 3 hits
3. lc
4. wild horses (w/ mm)
5. let it be me (salute to gay pride in boston!)
6. **??** (new amy song that sounds familiar?)
7. gotm
8. this train
9. etiiot
10. **??** (another new one?)
11. e=mc2
12. sys
13. vw
14. sb
15. galileo
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16. kid fears
17. **??** (cover: take a load off fanny?)
18. ctf

no soc's and mm did not sing the 3rd part in kid fears (the audience did
that one!)

again, anyone know those 3 songs, email me.


-alanna

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even being almost last out of the parking lot, home before dark...it is
wonderful to have the indigo girls in the neighborhood!

it was a wonderful summer day in the lakes region, and a wonderful crowd.
fourth row is nothing to ever complain about, and the concert was fabulous.
others i'm sure will post many better details, but i thought a set list soon
would be nice, tho i'm on digest so maybe have been beaten to the punch!

i didn't do a set list for michelle, but she was incredible, looked far better
than she did last year, and when i asked after her health afterwards she said
she was fine, the second time worked.

setlist for the indigo girls:

shame on you
it's alright
deadman's hill
get out the map
tried to be true
love will come to you
cut it out
down by the river
hammer & a nail
(guest artist kelly williams)
shed your skin
least complicated
wild horses
power of 2
?gone again? (new)
galileo
?suffragette? (new)
the weight
ctf

and my titles may be off, but it was a glorious day and now i have to go treat
my sunburned neck.  hope to hear more from others about it...we are still
walking on air, figuring we have had our perfect concert experience.

and i hope someone posts the set list from harborlights, cuz i forgot my pen!

wendy palmquist
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>11. e=mc2
what is this?  is it a mm song...or what?
or am i just not getting this?

carol

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hey folks,

this was sent to the news list...

-sherlyn
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sherlyn koo - sherlyn@fl.net.au                  [sydney, australia]
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date: sun, 12 jul 1998 21:00:44 -0400 (edt)
from: kmolter <kmolter@tir.com>
to: ig-news@smoe.org
subject: [ig-news] lilith fair review:  detroit

i often question my local paper the flint journal, but they came up with a
very positive review concerning lilith fair.  it was quite complementary to
amy and emily, so thought the list might enjoy it... i've edited out parts
about other performers... those skips are marked with ***

i was there the second night (the night after the reviewer) and it was an
incredible evening.

kari

>from the flint journal, tuesday, july 7, 1998
"summer camp camaraderie flows at lilith fair"

        clarkston- if sarah mclachlan ever decides to hand the lilith fair
torch to someone else- word has it she'll ditch it after next year- she need
look no further than the indigo girls.
        when mclachlan's baby hit the road last year, the artists were all
women, or acts led by women, and many of them didn't know each other.  even
in detroit, where mclachlan road-tested a lilith prototype two years ago,
there was little interaction between the headliners onstage.  it came off
more as a series of performers.
        that all changed when the indigos joined the tour last year with
their informal ya'll-join-in philosophy.  that led directly to the all-star
jam session that now closes every show.
        their spirit permeated the new, improved second annual edition of
lilith fair, which settled in monday for a sold-out three-day run at pine knob.

***

        the indigo girls, versatile folk-rockers who look like a young
johnny cash and bonnie rait and sing like they could be the everly sisters,
turned the night into a jamboree.  drawing from a deep pool of diverse,
earnest, folk-rooted songs about love, integrity and truth, atlanta's amy
ray and emily saliers tapped their own talented three-piece band and a cast
of characters that included just about every main stage act but natalie
merchant.
        their medley of "cut it out," about a lover's quarrel, and neil
young's "down by the river" where he shot his baby, was one of the most
magical moments of an enchanted night.  o'connor and her female band mates
joined in on the chorus.  "it's alright," with its message of tolerance in
the ugly face of hate, was especially defiant after ray dedicated it to the
south carolina high school that banned them because of their sexual orientation.

***

        the musical kinship lacking from last year's pine knob stop was all
over the place monday - and the indigo girls' fingerprints were all over it.
        until female artists get the same kind of respect, publicity and
creative control as their male counterparts in pop music, there will be a
need for lilith fair. if it's gotten to big for maclachlan and her handlers,
maybe the indigo girls could foster it alone.
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there's more than one answer to these questions pointing me in     crooked line.
the less i seek my source for some definitive
the closer i am to fine."

                        -emily saliers

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>?suffragette? (new)

is this *another* new one...one that hasn't even been posted about?
hmmm...anyone know lyrics?  and why am i posting so much & letting my
curiousity get the best of me?
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hey--made it back from all 500 miles of biking from minneapolis to chicago.
amazing experience is all i have to say.  sore legs and butt but amazing
nonetheless!  the message of the ride is a similar one that our beloved ig
send out.  if enough people get together to accomplish something and are
really dedicated to the end result--there isn't a whole lot that can't be
done.  this ride consisted of every walk of life--men, women, gay men,
lesbians, heterosexuals, young people and old people, hiv+ riders, gay and
straight couples riding together, fat people, thin people, blacks, whites,
hispanics, american indians, asians and even some drag queens.  there was
no guard up, no modesty, no complaining (except when people slammed
port-o-potty doors at 2 am)--just people working together, having fun
together to help fight aids.  it was truly utopia and kind of sad that it
had to end after a week.  i wish the whole world was so dedicated to each
other as the folks on the ride were to each other.  i encourage all to
somehow participate in a similar event near you.  it is truly an experience
that i will never forget as long as i live.  thanks once again to all those
who supported me with your contributions.  i will be sending you all
official thank you's in the mail with a picture of me and my bike once i
get them developed.

and a special thanks to pooh for making those welcome to mchenry il signs
for me on the road heading in and out of mchenry.  you rock.

greg, who is icing his knees and no longer using port-o-potties (woohoo)

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hidy ho, ho-ho's

okay so we just got back from the meadowbrook farms show in gilford, blue
hamster. grrrrrreat show. despite being about 60,000 degrees and having
limited culinary choices like "fried dough", the venue was very cool and  a
perfect place to see michelle and our girls.

michelle played an incredible set! it was virtually identical to what she
played last night at harborlights, so i won't reepeat myself (oh wait a
second i didnt write a reviw of last night oh fuckit nevermind). but
suffice to say she is in fine form, looks healthier than ever, and still is
the queen of the wailers.... *and* she played butter biscuit....i got some
jelly.....ahem

after a short break, the girls started off with shame on you. not gonna
even repeat the whole set list but it included wild horses, down by the
river, hamma and a nail, power of two, blah blah blah and that wacky
rendition of cut it out   that they seem to like playing these days where
amy appears to be turning into a radish. i'm serious her head was so red
and her neck veins were so big. it was pretty intense but then again being
in the second row, the theme from "flashdance" would have been just fine
too. especially since amy finally ditched those damn blue pants  ;-)

encore: problem child, take a load off fannie/annie/hannie, and ctf. also a
guest appearance by some friend of theirs named jane kelly williams, singin
a tearjerker about her brother. oh and emily said they'll be in the studio
recording new stuiff in january....

all in all just a good old new england time, comparable to the last 40
shows we baigls have been to in the last month (i'm kidding okay i'm
kidding don't hate me! i'm a kidder! not a gloater)

we have some boots, we'll set up a tree when we get our collective asses in gear

love y'all,

sus

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date:         sun, 12 jul 1998 21:54:30 -0400
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>>?suffragette? (new)
>
>is this *another* new one...one that hasn't even been posted about?

i'm pretty sure that that was problem child/go go go.  the first line said
something about a suffragette.  related to the change of the tour name, perhaps?

it was a very good show, and i'm enjoying my indigo girls high.  amy nodded
and pointed to me when she saw my sign: "i'm from decatur, ga too!"  that
made my *year*. i blasted all my ig cd's from my dorm room all afternoon! :)

va :)

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date:         sun, 12 jul 1998 22:31:44 -0400
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subject:      lilith at pnc bank...

ok, so i won't be a spectator, but i will be there...i am an usher at the
pnc bank arts center, who hopes not to be fired for dancing during the ig
set!!!

i work the barrier between the lawn and the mainstage theater seats,
(almost in line with the left-center of the stage)  so please come visit;
i'd love to meet others from the list.

also, if anyone is planning on taping...please let me know--as they
probably won't be too pleased with me if i bring my taping equipment to
work...

if you want to know anything about the venue, parking, where to sit etc.
please e-mail me, i'd love to help.

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subject:      lisa loeb & nyc list members

hey, first off, lisa fans can catch her on the regis and cathy lee show
on monday morning.  no kidding.

secondly, i'd like to hear from nyc list members.  i get a lot of info on
female artists doing free shows and such around the city, but i don't
want to post this info to the big list because, well it's a waste of b/w.
so, if anyone is interested, let me know.

cheers,
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hey everybody,
i know that there have already been some requests for this and i'm sure
there will be more, but i was out all day long today and am a dummy when
it comes to figuring out how to set vcr's, so i wasn't able to see or tape
any of the lilith stuff that was on vh1 today, i was wondering if anyone
who has dubbing capabilities would be able to make a copy for me. i have a
long boot list that i could send or i could send a blank video tape. i'm
not sure if anyone has the whole thing or just the ig stuff, but let me
know. my e-mail is:

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

much thanks in advance and take care,
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after scanning my backlog of digests, i see the "suffragette" is "go" which was
once "problem child"...i think...?

and unless my memory has entirely rotted, at harborlights they also did the
karla faye tucker song, tho where it was in the set list i couldn't tell you.
i know we were astonished that they did three new songs in boston, gone again,
go (?  they did it, i just am not sure of the title), and karla tucker.

and again, i'm sure someone has already answered all of this, but those of us
on digest do still try!

back to my normal state of lurking...for three years plus...us old folks need
energy to hit these little tiny keys...

wendy palmquist

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date:         sun, 12 jul 1998 20:40:28 -0700
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if anyone taped the vh-1 special today - i'd *love* to get a copy...i
can trade - or do the sase and video thing...or - well just let me
know!  you'd make my day!

thanks in advance!

sunny

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date:         sun, 12 jul 1998 23:39:49 -0400
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just wanted to say that i have nothing but the greatest admiration for you,
greg!!
peace,
   sharoane

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hello everyone,

i am an idiot that set my vcr incorrectly, and missed the entire day of vh1
lilith fair..........

if there is any kind soul out there that taped the day (from 1:00 until 8:00),
i would fall down and kiss their feet =)   and of course, offer anything they
like in trade =)

thank you!!!
lisa

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date:         sun, 12 jul 1998 23:40:19 -0400
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well as everyone knows...i taped parts of the showings today, including
the water is wie video, and even their chopped up showing of ctf...but i
don't have access to another vcr.  if i do come across one, i will make
sure to let people know.

what i don't understand is this...if natalie is from new york, where the
_hell_ is that accent from??  cause it sure isn't ny!!

anyways...the countdown begins to seeing the girls on aug. 11 at the
musikfest :)

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date:         mon, 13 jul 1998 00:03:21 -0400
reply-to:     melsouth@mindspring.com
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i taped all 3 hours of the six vh1/lilith shows, plus the popup show and
the behind the scenes show -- 4 1/2 hours (in slp mode)...

i can't dub video -- but if someone on the list who has a double-deck
vhs recorder would be willing to be the official "vh1/lilith-video"
dubber -- please let me know and i'll send you the tape...

any volunteers -- just email me... (good-night!)

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date:         mon, 13 jul 1998 00:14:39 -0400
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we gotta do something.  you know, if you go to your local tee shirt
store, they can put just about anything on one you want right?  how
about we all get same color shirts, which we can aggree on, or not, who
cares, and put our email names on or something like

indigogirls.com on the back of the shirt..

whatta think?

sunny that was you, hawaiian...i kept staring thinking, this must be a
listee, but after 2 no's, i got chicken to ask anyone

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date:         sun, 12 jul 1998 21:24:56 -0700
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about 2 hours ago...my friend called me w the most chilling news.

a friend of ours was killed in a car crash - it's even hard to type it
- at 3am this morning...

so, ive been on the phone...helping let other friends know...b4 they
see her car on tv...ive seen it 3 times so far...they show her car
flipped over - after going over a guardrail - a truck slammed into the
back of her - some cars were drag racing (duh.) and they found the
truck down the road - the person fled.  hit and run.  the tv shows her
car - and then they talk about the accident and they say her name -
and they say that she was pronounced 'dead at the scene' - it makes me
sick to have to refer to her in such a way...it makes me sick to know
that a life was needlessly taken...so quickly - my heart
hurts...knowing what her family must be going through...my heart aches
as i think of her driving on the highway...and then it happened...

her name was mary.  mary was upset last night - and she talked w a
friend - and then went over to another friends to talk and hang
out...i hope she found comfort with her friends and within herself
last night - b4 it all happened...

i have never been good at 'death'.  honestly, it scares me so much -
that life can end so fast.  other thoughts race through my head
too...and i cant make them go away...

and so now, here i am - i am scared to go to sleep - im scared of what
i will dream tonight...so im spending time on the computer...trying to
find some sort of comfort/strength inside...

i just know that - that - i dont want to take what we all have for
granted...i want to make the most of everyday...sometimes its so easy
to get caught up in it all - and forget what it is that really fuckin
matters...what really makes your heart happy...what makes us feel
content...

well - thanks for reading if you made it this far...

sunny - who's heart is heavy tonight - and who's head is full of scary
things...


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date:         sun, 12 jul 1998 21:38:02 pdt
reply-to:     lamia difranco <saliers_ray@hotmail.com>
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sharoane wrote:

just wanted to say that i have nothing but the greatest admiration for
you,
greg!!


i second that!! :)
*hugs*

lamia
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she's a never-ending story
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date:         sun, 12 jul 1998 21:47:55 pdt
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before everyone starts emailing me here's the deal:
i can't tape videos very many at a time, because my mother has to tape
days of our lives each week day at 1. i also don't know how to hook the
vcr's together (i'm going to learn!)

i have 5 videos to do now, so at the most you'll have to wait 2 weeks if
you want a copy of the women first clips i got today. this is all the
live/interview clips, but only the "wiw" video and ctf.
and i'll give you any other ig things i have that you don't.
rosie, leno, sara edwards interview, hard rock live, on tour, soy video,
etc...so if you want it i can do it but it'll be at most 2 weeks...

*hugs*

lamia


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date:         mon, 13 jul 1998 01:01:52 edt
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hey,

i thought i'd volunteer my services since there are so many requests and
nobody seems to be able to record vhs tape to tape.  well, help is here!  i
can do it for ya...i'd like to maybe trade for some boots or something though
in exchange.  if you're interested e-mail me privately.  and of course i'd
have to find the copy of the vh-1 thing to tape from.

amy

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date:         mon, 13 jul 1998 00:38:11 -0500
reply-to:     kendra d elliott <freakgrrl5@juno.com>
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subject:      vh1 lilith

i, too, can make copies of the lilith fair stuff on vh1 for ayone who
needs it. i taped pretty much the entire day.  :)  i'd be willing to
trade or do the sase thing...so anyone else who needs copies...email me.


~kendra

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    and you dare to rise up from the ash
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    while you are just flying past
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jill wrote-
  can anyone tell me where and when tickets for this new suffragette
sessions tour can be purchased?  can ticketmaster confirm this???
==========================
i was wondering myself, i called ticketmaster, they had no idea of the chicago
ones!  any info guys & gals?

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date:         sun, 12 jul 1998 23:21:16 pdt
reply-to:     jill again <jillyc@hotmail.com>
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>and *wait!*  i've just discovered something else!!!  both of their
>names have an "m" as the second letter and a vowel as the third,
>and emily's name is two letters longer than amy's, which is exactly
>the number of letter's you'd need to add to amy's name to make it as
>long as emily's.  weird shit!  think about it.
>
>c'mon people ... don't we have anything else to talk about? :)

yeah, like how lincoln's secretary was named kennedy, and kennedy's
secretary was named lincoln... ;)


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date:         sun, 12 jul 1998 23:17:53 pdt
reply-to:     jill again <jillyc@hotmail.com>
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>blister in the sun

>let me go on
>like a blister in the sun

actually, as a longtime violent femmes fan, i must be a smitty here and
point out that the lyrics, as they appear in the liner notes of their
self-titled album, actually are "like *i* blister in the sun," which
actually makes more sense.  (i've seen many folks blister in the sun,
but never just a blister laying there in the sunshine!)  on the ep, i
believe the girls are making this error and singing the wrong lyrics,
but it could just be their accent, i don't know.

jill

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date:         sun, 12 jul 1998 23:48:36 pdt
reply-to:     jill again <jillyc@hotmail.com>
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why, yes, i *am* crabby.

for inquiring minds out there, and just for the record, mel south is
*not* a "big, big butch dyke."  that was sarcasm; that was a joke.
apparently not taken as such.  sorry for the confusion; i was *kidding*.
we do that on this list sometimes.


and goddamned hotmail decided to time me out as i was writing my
boalsburg post, but didn't inform me of this until i clicked the 'send'
button and my entire post was lost. and now i am too tired and pissy to
write that entire thing over again.  so maybe tomorrow. or maybe not.

jill

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date:         mon, 13 jul 1998 00:12:11 -0700
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hi wonderful folks,

with my parents in town for a week, i am just now checking in with the list
for a while....is the vh1 lilith stuff that i see mentioned new, as in 1998?
or is it the old stuff that vh1 has been showing for a while? if it is new,
then please add me to the list of folks who would love to get a copy of it,
because i've missed it all! (thanks, mom!!)
i'd be ever so grateful if someone could let me know what's up!!

peace and love, laura

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...your excitement over getting your hands on a copy of the red cover sys
remix cd lessens just a tad when you realize that the live version of sys
on it is one that you got a boot of last year. (yep, i'm guilty of this one.)
-sam (back from her ferry trip to victoria and dreading work tomorrow)

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hey folks,

this is take 2 - i accidentally sent the first one just to
karen.  it's been a long day, what can i say...

karen frey said:
> about we all get same color shirts, which we can aggree on, or not, who
> cares, and put our email names on or something like
> indigogirls.com on the back of the shirt..

sorry, i know i'm being nitpicky but we can't use
indigogirls.com for sure - it's a registered domain name that
belongs to sony... just thought i'd better mention that before
any hypotheticals become reality...

-sherlyn
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"this is the song that we are always just this side of singing..."
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hey all,
i just got back from my extended indigo weekend to pa.  i just want to say that the concert was great and thanks to whoever was holding the sign with "love will come to you... joking...etc..."  i thought i'd never hear lwcty in concert.  my only complaint about the concert was that my hands got burnt while sitting on the asphalt.  i guess i was too psyched to feel them burning.  oh, and it was definately "snot loogey" or whatever.

later, kris
kricky@mhv.net

  > i saw your signs!!! florescent colors right, amy side?  i was just behind you!  we need tee shirts for concert identification!!

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date:         mon, 13 jul 1998 08:04:11 -0500
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well, after the okcity lilith i have just gone and spent way too much
money on more music.
i did finally get the video watershed....i can not believe how good it
is to watch. i first saw the girls in a dive pub in 1985(the fall) and
fell in love with their music , their lyrics, their looks...anyway wiper
the drool off. the video is a great compilation of the first 10 years. i
am waiting for a second video i ordered. don't know how long it will
take, can't wait...

it is great to see that thru everything, from th efive points club and
on...that amy and emily have really stayed true to what they decided
they wanted to be and what they wanted to support. i watched and played
along on my guitar. you can see the chordings and get a better feel of
the rhythm and can pause at the right spots to drool<< err>> i mean  to
get a closer look at their hands ....wonderful. needless to say i could
not sleep friday night cause i wanted to keep watching.

i also bought sister 7, lucinda williams and natalie imbruglia. ...maria
muldaur(she is really good- kind odd one) i really like the blues-y,
beat she has added to the folk ballad type of music. great alto gruff
voice that can rise to a pretty soprano...any way my ramblings.....

gotta go to work....indigo love and all things that leave wet
spots......sparkie

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date:         mon, 13 jul 1998 09:05:52 -0400
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subject:      re: learning the guitar
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on sat, 11 jul 1998, sb wrote:

> what version of closer to fine and land of canaan do you have?  cause i tried
> to play them once with the guitar chords i had for them and they were both
> really hard...

   they're just pretty simple open chord progressions -- i can't pull ctf
off the top of my head, but loc is a simple open g-open c sort of thing --
there are other chords thrown in there at times, but that's about it.  the
only trick is getting the strumming down...

   darius

"i'll be the first to praise the sun
the first to praise the moon
the first to hold the lone coyote,
the last to set him free..."
   ---indigo girls, "welcome me"

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on sat, 11 jul 1998, indigo head wrote:

> when i was looking at that set list from finger lakes, i couldn't help but
> laugh at the comment about only 6 people doing the na na na na na's.  i
> was at a lilith show, and no one was singing, not even to galileo!

   really?  we could barely hear the girls for the audience at deer creek
-- must've been all them lisbins from iu...  ;)

   darius

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subject:      chartruce girls - a plea
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it has come to my attention that some of the links to parodies on the
chartruce girls pages are not working. upon investigating, i have
discovered that these files are missing.  i thought i had managed to
save all of them onto a disk before my .emu account was deleted, but
aparently i did not.

so, if anyone has a copy of the following parodies, please send them
to me:

cooking game
get out the delete
flame on you
pushing the film too far
put on your (combat) boots
put out the cats
school falls
strange fur

:)
anna


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date:         mon, 13 jul 1998 10:49:33 -0500
reply-to:     dan perkins <dan@tcdrs.org>
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check out

http://rl.sonicnet.com/news/article1.jhtml?_dargs=%2fnews%2fscans_nav.jh
tml.1&_dav=0


peace,

dan perkins
austin, texas

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date:         mon, 13 jul 1998 09:51:40 -0600
reply-to:     "cusick, joanne - aurora, co" <joanne.cusick@cexp.com>
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subject:      nigc-birthdays for this week!
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cancer
( june 22-july 22)
  the sympathetic soul of cancer will be touched this week by a sad tale
of woe that you believe, and find that it is, true. you go the extra
mile to help this family out of their troubles; you have made some good
friends for life with this simple act of kindness. guard against
negative feelings this week towards yourself and your work, you will
soon be seeing some promotions but first you must build up your time
with the company. you have some profound dreams this week that should be
written down. why not start a journal of your dreams and in a years time
you should be able to look back over them and clearly see
where they were trying to lead you.

happy birthday to the following...

: )

july 12
indigowomyn@ruralcom.net (toye)
"...when you hate me, i can still love you."
--amy ray

july 14
cbunten@ped-gen-po.ped-gen.uiowa.edu (carol bunten)
"there i am in younger days, star gazing
painting picture perfect maps
of how my life and love would be"

july 17
donrich@neo.irun.com (dan richards)

if you would like to be added to the birthday list, please email me at
joanne.cusick@cexp.com, with your name, email address and a little quote
thingy (if you like) and i will be happy to add you!!!

much love to all and all things indigo...

jo anne

"and did you want me to give my heart to you?
well, i wanted but i wasn't sure who it belonged to.

i don't think of you, like i used to do
i can't figure who, i'm writing this to."
-del amitri

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date:         mon, 13 jul 1998 08:57:41 -0700
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ok..so ive finally decided to let go of some of these..let me know if youd
like one or more...prices are negotiable

a little on the cd side  vol. 11   (17 tracks)    jann arden, counting
crows, lisa germano, jane sibbery, melissa etheridge, heidi berry   $8

a little on the cd side  vol.13    (18 tracks)    cranberries, young
dubliners, live, meat puppets    $8

kfog cd sampler   (13 tracks)   jann arden, annie lennox, jewel, del
amitri       $2

amped   (7tracks)    nixons, murmurs, etc.   $2

oasis   wonderwall single  (5 tracks)        $5

kmfdm   brute single    (5 tracks)           $5

joan osborne    one of us single             $3

this is your country   (18 tracks)   garth brooks, mary chapin carpenter,
kathy mattea, lorrie morgan, tanya tucker    $8

ountry's greatest dance hits                 $3


if you'd like any, just email me back..thanks!!!

                  with  love, and all things indigo

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

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                everything that i believe is wrong with you
                            is wrong with me
                everything i truly love, i love in you and
                            i love in me
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aloha!

        the other day, on a loooong car trip, me and my mom were listening to ig (of
course), and she started telling me about the first ig song she had ever
heard.  now, this is completely unfamiliar to me, but i don't claim to be an
indigo girls-expert, so i thought i'd ask y'all.
        she said it was on a compilation cd (or cassette maybe this was before cd's i
dunno) and the song was about lost love, or forgotten love, or something like
that.  this was in the early eighties, and i'm thinking it was an emily song,
but i could be wrong.
        if anyone has any information about this -ie the title, name of the
compilation album, chords\tab, or even a recording i would be really greatful.
the song meant alot to my mom at the time and i would love to be able to
either play her the song on my guitar or get her a recording of it.

also, if anybody is going to see sister 7 in chicago on july 24th, let me now,
maybe we can get together.  i'm going alone, because none of my friends want
to come. . . i don't know what's up with that, but what can ya do :)

later alligators,
emily

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date:         mon, 13 jul 1998 12:38:57 edt
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doesn't vh1 always show reruns?!? why can't y'all just wait for them to show
it again??? i don't have vh1 here, and i'm living w/out the lilith special
thingy (of course, that's only cuz i don't have money...someone could send it
to me if they really wanted to...;) anyway, why don't y'all chill?
(if anyone thought it was, this isn't a flame...i'm too nice to flame anyone)

pax, celeste:)

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date:         mon, 13 jul 1998 12:59:56 edt
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from:         barbara todd <indigobabs@aol.com>
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so who is going to jones beach on wednesday?

this will mark my 10th grils show and i am so excited!  my concert buddy dan
and i are tired form last night's lilith fair in saratoga, ny (his idea not
mine), and sarah was wonderful!!!

but nothing beats an indigo lilith! (saw 3 of them last summer!)

so who is going?

we are sitting inside, orch h row cc seats 3 n' 4.  we carry a big red
backpack and if it is clean, i might have on my stamp print girls shirt.

i would love to maybe see if we can all say hello or something.

sorry this is so darn long!  i should not type posts on 4 hours of sleep!

babs

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date:         mon, 13 jul 1998 12:29:11 -0500
reply-to:     rick hodgin <foxmuldr@indy.net>
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was it supposed to be power of two?  or is it a new song
or mm song?

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date:         mon, 13 jul 1998 10:57:58 -0700
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jennifer belton wrote:

>     alright, now:
>                         i am not a big fan of this thread - (the femme/butch
> thing), but i'll
>     have to agree w/ this one.
>
>  <<<" ...i just don't like any of
> those terms (dyke, queer, gay, homosexual...).  none of them describe me."
>
>      i feel the same way.  i don't feel the need for a "title" to describe who
> i am.

seen in a .signature file on the usenet:

    i used to use labels.
    now i use post-its

tom

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date:         mon, 13 jul 1998 15:12:38 edt
reply-to:     ljebsen@aol.com
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i tried really hard to get to the article dan spoke of, but i can't!  am i the
only one?!

plus i gotta say this to everyone:  bar is the coolest -- prolly the coolest
ever!  :)

peace,
lisa j.

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date:         mon, 13 jul 1998 15:24:18 -0400
reply-to:     alanna <alannang@bu.edu>
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from:         alanna <alannang@bu.edu>
subject:      re: did anyone find out what e=mc2 was?
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forgive me...

e=mc2 is list shorthand for power of two.

-alanna

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the same, now i am older.

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date:         mon, 13 jul 1998 15:26:21 -0400
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subject:      re: vh1 plea..........

yeah, but the question is does anyone know when they will show the rerun?
last years lilith (behind the music) we reaired and someone found out
when it would be and i taped it then.  if anyone finds out could they
kindly let me know?  im dying to see water is wide....

-laura

earth my body and water my blood, air my breath and fire my spirit.
                                           -michelle karcher (origin
unknown for now)
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my senses said it would lead me astray.  i said go, go, go.
                                           -amy ray

on mon, 13 jul 1998 12:38:57 edt celeste kennelly <grrrrlies@aol.com>
writes:
>doesn't vh1 always show reruns?!? why can't y'all just wait for them
>to show
>it again??? i don't have vh1 here, and i'm living w/out the lilith
>special
>thingy (of course, that's only cuz i don't have money...someone could
>send it
>to me if they really wanted to...;) anyway, why don't y'all chill?
>(if anyone thought it was, this isn't a flame...i'm too nice to flame
>anyone)
>
>pax, celeste:)
>
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well, i've managed to recover everything except for these two:

cooking game
pushing the film too far

i'm really bummed about the film one 'cause it was pretty old (at
least three years...which is old for this list), and it's not coming
up when i do a search through the netspace archives, which means it
was posted on the old list.

anna


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will the girls be playing at the atlanta lillith on july 24?

and....does anyone know where the term "charley horse" originated????

(don't ask....)

~~robin

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subject:      sigc: just thought this was interesting
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thought it was interesting, i've been surfing around looking for the
original back-cover artwork for y kant tori read (anyone know where i
could find it??) and i came across a listing of places to get "rare,
collectable" tori items..what was one of the first places listed? rainy
day records, key west florida...just thought it was interesting..if
anyone knows of a scan somewhere for the y kant back cover lemme know k?

*hugs*

lamia


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she's a never-ending story
she's playin' footsie in another dimension
she's a goddess milking the time for all that it's worth."
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subject:      lookin' for jenny; a complete waste of netspace. sorry.
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hey jenny.
i just received your message about the dickinson boot, but i can't seem
to send any mail back to you...(i've been hitting reply).  i can make
you a copy slicker 'n a whistle.  the length is 100 min.

bethany perry
1755 reed road
lima, ohio 45805

now you *all* know where i live. ;) if you feel the urge to send me a
"hey, you're real special" note or something, i'd be really happy.  heh
heh ;) blah. :)

later,
bethany :)

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subject:      re: boaaaaaaalsburg -- my soc (aka..a scattered review)
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> then *i* said:
> damn...it was definitely "snot chunk."  when you hear amy ray utter
> *that* phrase, ya' just don't forget it.  ooh! say it again, amy! :)

uh-oh.  i swore she said "snot gob."  but, maybe my hearing's off.  either
way it was damn funny!

peace, melissa

-got to learn to respect what we don't understand-a.r.

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in a message dated 98-07-13 09:09:58 edt, you write:

<<
we gotta do something.  you know, if you go to your local tee shirt
store, they can put just about anything on one you want right?  how
about we all get same color shirts, which we can aggree on, or not, who
cares, and put our email names on or something like

indigogirls.com on the back of the shirt..

whatta think? >>

is this for any ig concert we go to or a specific one?
please email me.
~alyssa

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hey all!
     i just got back from the ig concert at harborlights in boston. i thought
it was pretty short... only about an hour and a half. is that short for ig???
i wouldn't know cuz this was  my first concert but anyhoo... did anyone on
this list actually go to that concert or am i the ony one? and if anyone did
go did anyone boot it?
~alyssa

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i tried really hard to get to the article dan spoke of, but i can't!  am
i the
only one?!


        [loralei riney]  i can not get to the article
either...sparkie...any ideas?

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does anyone have the track listings for these singles..i want to buy them,
but first id like to know what im getting- is there anything on them that
isnt on the cds?? thanks!!

                  with  love, and all things indigo

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

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                            is wrong with me
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                            i love in me
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as of today, the 13th, it's $905 dollars!  yipee!  were climbing on up there
folks.  but can we reach the big grande???   let's hope so.  37 donaters now.

peace,
erin tripp,
jill certo

p.s.  russell carter actually called me back!!!  woo hoo!!! god blessed my day
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hey folks,

here is the article dan mentioned, from sonicnet
(http://www.sonicnet.com)...

-sherlyn

=======
[ mon., july 13, 3:00 am edt ]

indigo girls plan to mix artists on suffragette tour

the 12-date outing will serve as a supplement to the
burgeoning, all-women lilith fair.

contributing editor colin devenish reports:

fans burnt out on the burgeoning, women-weighted lilith fair
now have a small-scale alternative in the form of a 12-date
outing featuring a mix-and-match of artists and masterminded
by the folk-rock duo indigo girls.

slated for the once-around on the club circuit, the
suffragette sessions kick off aug. 19 in portland, maine, and
will make a loop encompassing parts of the northeast and
midwest, with a tentatively scheduled closing date of sept. 3
in new york.

"this tour was put together by the indigo girls. it was their
brainchild and they coordinated getting the artists," said
lisa markowitz, director of publicity at epic records, the
indigo girls' label. "it's loosely based on dylan's rolling
thunder revue tour from the '70s. they'll all come together
like in a petri dish, with each member playing on each
other's songs.

"it's all women, women from different musical genres.
there's a punk artist, a folk artist, a latin artist, a
spoken-word artist. ..."

joining the folk duo on the tour will be female funk-pop act
luscious jackson's kate schellenbach; violinist lisa germano
(john mellencamp); folk singer jane siberry; gail ann dorsey;
lourdes perez; jean smith of mecca normal; former breeder
josephine wiggs; and come's thalia zedek.

each artist will sit in on each other's sets and songs,
making for an interesting cross of styles and influences.

jane cohen, editor-in-chief of performance, an industry trade
magazine, pegged the suffragette sessions tour and the
female-themed lilith fair as landmarks in women's music. "five
or six years ago we didn't have that wealth of female solo
artists or duo groups," she said. "all of a sudden there's
this explosion, and like any new thing, people are going to
get on the bandwagon."

based in athens, ga., the indigo girls have cultivated a
reputation for folk tunes with albums such as indigo girls
(1989), which included "closer to fine" and "kid fears" (the
latter featuring r.e.m. singer michael stipe on backing
vocals).

the indigo girls' spring tour of high schools was laced with
controversy when several shows were canceled due to objections
in part having to do with the homosexuality of bandmembers amy
ray and emily saliers.

how the unusual format of the suffragette sessions will be
received by the concert-going public is anyone's guess, cohen
said.

"it's hard to predict. you never know which way the public is
going to go," she said. "the indigo girls have a strong
following in their own right and obviously they add marquee
value to the tour, particularly in clubs. it's a way to get a
couple of artists whose music they admire, up-close and
personal, in a club setting."

suffragette sessions tour dates:
aug. 19; portland, maine, tba
aug. 20; burlington, vt., memorial auditorium
aug. 22; cleveland, ohio, agora
aug. 24; detroit, mich., state theater
aug. 25; chicago, ill., riviera
aug. 26; chicago, ill., riviera
aug. 27; milwaukee, wis., tba
aug. 28; minneapolis, minn., first avenue
aug. 30; cincinnati, ohio, bogart's
sept. 1; norfolk, va., boathouse
sept. 2; philadelphia, pa., electric factory
sept. 3; new york, n.y., roseland ballroom (tentative)


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i come to you with a plea. :)  someone out there in cyberspace has
*surely* booted the boalsburg show, right?!  i'm still reeling from
those amy and emily vibes...i need to be relivin' this one.
my theory???  this concert was one of a kind...made me feel all *weird*
'n stuff.  despite all of the concerts i've been to, i have never before
felt so compelled to bust my guts on the trip home, singing every i.g.
song ever friggin' written at the top o' my lungs. god, what a trip. :)
three in the morning...drivin' down highway 80...tearin' up our vocal
chords singin' "high horse" and soundin' a bit like...well, someone who
sounds all raucous 'n shtuff (my first instinct was to say "like
meatloaf." hmm...yeah...that would've been funny, but there are a lotta
people who can raise more hell than *that* dude)!  yeah, boyeee...so
that's what went down.  as if i hadn't torn *enough* flesh from my
throat yellin', "amy! you look so good i could rip my own head off!"
heh heh.  whatever.
if you happen to have it, please e-mail me privately. :)

bethany :)

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hi all,
i have two sets of weekend tickets for the newport folk festival that i
have to get rid of. so if anyone is interested, let me know. (fyi: i live in
dc, if that makes it easier for anyone to get the tickets.) it would  make
it a lot easier for me if i can just sell all the tickets at the same
time....but i would be willing to split them up any way i may need to.
thanks a lot
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could anyone please post again the dates for the
suffragette sessions tour? i lost them..

thanks!

isabelle :)

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in a message dated 98-07-13 03:57:43 edt, jmonfort@vannet.k12.wa.us writes:

<< ...your excitement over getting your hands on a copy of the red cover sys
remix cd lessens just a tad when you realize that the live version of sys
on it is one that you got a boot of last year. (yep, i'm guilty of this one.)
-sam (back from her ferry trip to victoria and dreading work tomorrow)
  >>

when your lit teacher walks into class at 7:20 in the morning carrying his
guitar, and the first thought that pops into your head is "i wonder if i can
get him to play an ig song".  (this is actually a resonable thought since he
is the one who introduced you to ig).  then, after he says that he is unsure
of the words and chords to ghost, you refuse to give up.  the class ends up
being divided into two groups- one to write down lyrics and one to figure out
chords.  your group (lyrics) finishes in 2 minutes b/c of your supreme
expertise:+)  and your reward?  hearing ghost performed at 8 in the morning,
brightening up a otherwise dismal school day....

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        yeah, i was at the boalsburg show too and it was amazing.  if
anyone taped the show, would you please also contact me privately?  i
would give my left hand for a copy of that show.  let me know.

-laura


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                                           -michelle karcher (origin
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rage,
my senses said it would lead me astray.  i said go, go, go.
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hey everyone!i'm new to the list,so i'm hoping you'll welcome me w/ open
arms. so... i've been sitting here for the past few days trying to get
used to this stuff, so hopefully i won't repeat anything. i'm loving
this already..you guys are awesome! anyway i just got back from the
finger lakes concert ( my 7th time seeing the girls) and when
alyssa  wrote:

hey all!i just got back from the ig concert at harborlights in boston. i
thought it was pretty short... only about an hour and a half. is that
short for ig???i had to agree...i mean i didn't go to the boston
concert, but out of all the shows i've been to, the finger lakes show
was definately the shortest.( but i was so psyched that they played "let
it be me". what a surprise!!i've never heard that one live before).
well, any tips,support,etc. about this new mailing list experience would
be so greatly appreciated! thanks!
gabby

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hey everyone!i'm new to the list,so i'm hoping you'll welcome me w/ open
arms. so... i've been sitting here for the past few days trying to get
used to this stuff, so hopefully i won't repeat anything. i'm loving this
already..you guys are awesome! anyway i just got back from the finger lakes
concert ( my 7th time seeing the girls) and when
<br><i>alyssa  wrote:</i>

<p><i>hey all!i just got back from the ig concert at harborlights in boston.
i thought it was pretty short... only about an hour and a half. is that
short for ig???</i>i had to agree...i mean i didn't go to the boston concert,
but out of all the shows i've been to, the finger lakes show was definately
the shortest.( but i was so psyched that they played "let it be me". what
a surprise!!i've never heard that one live before).
<br>well, any tips,support,etc. about this new mailing list experience
would be so greatly appreciated! thanks!
<br>gabby

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date:         mon, 13 jul 1998 18:41:26 edt
reply-to:     wmntime@aol.com
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<<e=mc2 is list shorthand for power of two.>>

ummm....maybe we should just use "power of two".  i was another one who was
confused :)

wmntime

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date:         mon, 13 jul 1998 17:54:53 -0500
reply-to:     suzi steffen <ssteffen@blue.weeg.uiowa.edu>
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hi kids,
what's up?  ;-)
could someone please email me privately at

ssteffen@blue.weeg.uiowa.edu

or

connorgal2@aol.com

with info about the ig and ani and etc. on the suffragette tour--or
whatever it's called--in the illinois and minnesota and other areas.  for
some reason, they don't appear to be coming to des moines, which is about
the closest thing to iowa city i can think of as a possible venue...i need
dates, ticket info if we have it, and, oh, list of artists?  i would so
appreciate it.

it's been a while since the last list t-shirt!  anyone thinking about doing
another one?  without the ig appearing anywhere, or their lyrics, or
anyting about them, since it's copyrighted--but some kind of wink wink
nudge nudge like "hey kind listee" (stupid but as fast a thing as i could
think of ;-) ) or "closer to mime"...okay really, i just feel like, golly
gee whiz, the darlist is doing a shirt, but not the ig list?

well, off to hang out in the heat.

take care,
suzi

np: ani, not a pretty girl

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date:         mon, 13 jul 1998 16:31:33 -0800
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a couple of things from someone who has just lurked up 'til now:

i'm trying to reach bonnie parks to find out if it's too late for
delayed-reactioning, forgetful me to get a copy of the warfield dub back
from january or feb . . .  <sheepish grin>

and i'm glad to hear that emily said they'll be recording some new stuff in
january!!  too bad we have to wait til then!!!  has anyone else heard
anything about this??

and one more thing.  if anyone has a copy of any of the early ig albums,
i'd love to work out a deal with you to get them.  i don't have anything
before "strange fire" . . . unfortunately i only have one video boot, but i
do have watershed & uptown lounge . . .  please let me know if we could
work something out -- i'd also just pay postage -- whatever!!  and i'll get
my act together *much* faster than i did last time!!!  =)

thanks!!
lizabeth

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hey all...

it seems that sometimes my finger gets delete happy, and i end up doing away
with something i really wanted to see. i think that may have happened today.
did the results of the list survey get posted? if so, could someone please
send them to me? i try to read as much list mail as possible, but sometimes i
have to skip some of it. hmph. thanks in advance.

love and rainbow snowcones,
julie

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who i am
but we'll see what youre made of
by what you make of me..."
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date:         mon, 13 jul 1998 18:52:50 -0500
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uhhhhhhhhhhhh, does anyone have this show?  ani at chicago on 6/28/98?  or
any newer boots with the new version of "come away" she is doing these
days?  (the version with the julie wolf harmony)

if ya do...lemme know...i've gots lots o' goodies to trade fer it.

thanx :)
p.s. if anyone is on the ani list...can ya forward this to it?  thanks again.

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date:         mon, 13 jul 1998 19:44:12 -0400
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can someone mail me privately with the site with all the parodies of
songs...
the chartreuse girls i think?
i think...
tia!

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=<http://www.angelfire.com/pa/tisara/>=

"you cover my eyes with your deepness * you wrap my soul in the beauty
of it all * you take me away from my incompleteness * lead me all the
way or not at all..." - amy ray "clues to you"

                                *****

"just so you know, there's a space that only you can fill
just so you know, i loved you then, i guess i always will."
- kristen hall "just so you know"

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date:         mon, 13 jul 1998 20:00:46 edt
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rick said....
>c'mon people ... don't we have anything else to talk about? :)

and then jill said.....
>yeah, like how lincoln's secretary was named kennedy, and kennedy's
>secretary was named lincoln... ;)

and then leslie couldn't resist
and why do people park on driveways and drive on parkways???? :)

leslie

sorry for the wasted bandwith but i couldn't resist.

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in a message dated 7/13/98 6:20:24 pm, crz4indigo@aol.com wrote:

>    i just got back from the ig concert at harborlights in boston. i thought
>it was pretty short... only about an hour and a half. is that short for ig???
>i wouldn't know cuz this was  my first concert but anyhoo... did anyone on
>this list actually go to that concert or am i the ony one?

there were lots of list folks there ... well, maybe not all subbed to this
list anymore, but on the boston area sublist (baigls=boston area indigo girls
listees).  our star list-maker jenny korn even had a seating chart posted.

yes, this was the shortest ig show i've personally ever been to (about 15 so
far).  when i have seen them at unh the last few years running, they are
always on from 9-11.  my guess was maybe they were packing up early because of
playing meadowbrook farm the next afternoon.  (or maybe they feel like they've
already given new england way more than its share of dates ... but we don't
want to be making the rest of y'all feel bad about that ;-).)

despite the short length, the show was pretty kick-ass as usual, though emily
was a little off in a few places.  amy was the gamut of emotions: super-
intense ripping away at her guitar, to beaming with an ear-to-ear grin.  i am
straight, but there ain't no mistaking that amy is one hot tamale <g> ... she
just exudes passion and sensuality up on stage.  lots of swooning going on all
around me.

the boston crowd gets high marks for feverish adoration.  it's a total sing-
along town so we were drowning them out half the time, and there was very
little sitting done.  shed your skin was one huge dance party, the most
intense i've ever been involved in.

i've seen the girls lots of times so i didn't feel totally gypped by the short
length, but they better not be making a practice of it!

heidi in nh

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i just found out that my tickets are the "orchestra section"  that means
14 rows from the stage woohoo

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the interviewer on that vh1 special told natalie that a+e are the practical
jokers of the tour.  but she gave no examples!  has anyone out there heard
anything about this?  i'd love to hear what they've done & who they've
"gotten"!
anyone?  anyone?
peace,
lisa j.

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heyhey...

i have a favor to ask of anyone who will be going to see the girls soon. would
anyone be willing to pick up a hat for me? i am in desperate need of one, and
i wont be getting to a show this year. i would appreciate it very much. please
e-mail me privately.

*julie*

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can you please e mail me
thanks
val

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i wanted to take a moment to thank each and every one of you who have
sent me emails regarding the death of my friend...last night was tough
- didnt sleep much...and today was so sunny outside...and it was hard
to imagine her not being here for such a beautiful day.

i have to say i feel so comforted with all of your thoughts and hugs
and kind words - for now - i just wanted to let yall know that i have
read your words - your wisdom - and i do find some comfort w
them...and from my heart, i thank you.

i have saved each of your emails - and want to write you back...you
are a special group of people with some loving caring hearts.

i am going to a friends house now...i live alone but just need/want
the company of others right now -

sunny - who is so touched by the kindness of the people on this list...

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date:         mon, 13 jul 1998 19:59:35 -0700
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here's an alternative:
there is t-shirt iron-on heat transfer paper available for ink jet printers
(and maybe laser too, i don't know).  if someone designed the logo and sent
a file to the list (or maybe put it up on someone's website for those who
couldn't get the file by email) listees could buy the special paper, print
out the logo, and iron it onto the t-shirt of their choice.  i've seen the
8.5x11" sheets sold in lots of 10 for around $18.00 us dollars.  i don't
believe any special software is needed, just a graphics program of some
sort.

(search under "t-shirt iron-on heat transfer paper" to find a vendor)

gina

alyssa roberge wrote:

> in a message dated 98-07-13 09:09:58 edt, you write:
>
> <<
>  we gotta do something.  you know, if you go to your local tee shirt
>  store, they can put just about anything on one you want right?  --

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and drinks of my wine, and i'd give my last breath to keep us alive."
fugitive - swamp ophelia

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just so you all know...the results of the survey are not up yet, but should
be by friday, if life goes like i planned...
peace,
   sharoane, still dealing with her soap opera life

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date:         mon, 13 jul 1998 20:54:15 -0700
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so i sort of bid on more than one copy of the sys single (blue, red,
whatever) at ebay and am in the process of winning on all of them...
grumble.  i really think one is enough.  really.  anyhow, feel invited to
bid in the last few moments of this particular one and please beat me.  :-)
http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/ebayisapi.dll?viewitem&item=20317587

my high bid was $21, so anything over that will win it from me, unless a
coupleof you try it.  otherwise, feel free to email me and talk about
getting a couple of these "wins" from me at the same i bid.

i learned my lesson, no really i did... hey lookie that... a cool ig
poster....

tracy - slow but means well

tracy
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howzabout a made up type of internet address on the shirt?

i know they use kind friend as a lyric, but isn't such a small fragment
fair use?

igfan@kindfriends.world (example)

paulal

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alright i've never done a review before, so i don't know what to say. i do
know the entire setlist, and it's in order, i was copying it down while
they played. okay here it is:
tried to be true -that new funky version some people have been talking
about.
galileo
kid fears-it seemded that amy and emily were waiting for the audience to
do the stipe part, but no one did. i have a really really bad voice. i'm
so tone deaf, so i didn't want to sing at the top of my lungs all by
myself.
it's alright
sys-another newish version
ghost
scooter boys(short soc)
gotm
water is wide-sarah, i'm not even going to try to spell her last name(my
spelling's as bad as my singing), and traci bonham were on for this one. i
think after this song, or maybe ctf, sarah and amy hugged. sarah kissed
amy's cheek, then began wiping, i guess the kiss, off. it was pretty
funny.
ctf
-okay a little note. i thought i had been lucky because my first 3 ig
shows i've been near the front. well, i'm not! i'm gonna cry, my little
sister who was with some friends of hers met amy ray!!!!!!ackk!!! not me!
i ran into my sister after it had happened. i was with my mother, and i
couldn't believe it. this girl who at least every other day i disown met
amy. i gotta like her now because here's what happened. my sister is not a
huge ig fan, so she saw amy and walked right up to her. looked at her for
a little, then asked are you amy ray? if i was there i probably would have
kept a bit of distance, and i would have been too shy to say hi. so my
little sister, gotta love her for this :) says my sister loves you. amy
goes yeah, and smiles and nods at my sister. now for an even cooler note.
my sister and i look very much alike, even though we're seriously from
different worlds and we wear different clothes. so later on during the
concert, when the jerk staff wasn't watching, i would go up to the stage
to shoot some pictures. one time i was up there and amy was walking my way
to go get another gutiar. i think she saw me taking her picture. coolness.
but i still would give all my pictures of ig just to stand next to amy for
a little while like my sister. the lucky girl. at newport, i plan on
getting one of those kiddie leashes to attach her to me. maybe some of her
luck will wear off on me, and i can meet michelle malone and amy and
emily. okay guess that wasn't a little note. anyway, today was good, i
just wish ig played for longer.
rb

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date:         tue, 14 jul 1998 00:35:20 -0400
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hi y'all,

today i was listening to the berkeley boot from early july of last year.
anyway, it is a great boot, and i love it (amy and emily seemed so happy
at that show, but then again, who wouldn't be happy being in berkeley on a
nice day?), but that is besides the point.

anyway, i noticed all the "mini-covers" that they did.  i mean, i have
never heard of an ig show where they cover so much...brown eyed girl,
landslide, just bits and pieces of so many other songs.  and of course
thin line, cortez the killer, and (my new fave ig cover) tangeled up in
bluw.  anyway, i can't even think, but there were a lot more.  i was just
thinking of what amazing talent amy and emily have just to be able to
cover so much, and m\ake it sound good.

anyway, that was just something that i noticed from that boot.  (oh yeah,
and wild horses is on there also!!!!!!  with mm!  yeah!)

alrighty, then!

love,
karen :-)

ps- re th vh1 lilith thinggy -- do y'all think that vh1 will repeat it in
(ummmmmmm...) september or later?  i don't have cable out here, and will
get my cable back when i get to my own apartment at school...

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side, the prize is always worth the rocky ride."
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"my flesh is strong; my spirit's stronger."
        --the goddess amy ray (indigo girls)
"i don't care if they eat me alive, cause i've got better
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date:         mon, 13 jul 1998 21:53:27 pdt
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hey ya'll someone sent this to my addy from my boot page maybe ya'll can
help him out??

date: mon, 13 jul 1998 11:58:08 -0400
from: jennifer lafleur <9682jlafl@umbsky.cc.umb.edu>
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subject: indigo girls @ harborlights pavillion boston,ma.
    7/11/98

hi,
i taped the show at harborlights sat. night from 13th row deadcenter
using 2 scheops mk4s to a sony d100 dat.  my phantom power supply failed
about 40 min. into the indigo girls set. the malone set came out
complete.  sound quality is unbelievable! do you know anyone who may
have taped the show where we may be able to get the rest from? any
leads welcome.
thanks.

mike

9682jlafl@umbsky.cc.umb.edu

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<< igfan@kindfriends.world (example) >>

can we fit list in anyplace?  iglistfan maybe?

just an idea, but i like love the kind friend part!

my .02!

babs

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subject:      ig set list (13 july-lilith) etc.

let me tell you how hard it was to be at a show and not be able to
dance...although during the girls' set, i didn't particularly pay
attention to those  who were sneaking in from the lawn, so i suppose my
boss had every right to remind me not to dance...

their set was amazing, as always.  it made me smile and laugh, well, it
made me glow actually...and a gorgeous "ghost" made me cry...

here's the set list, which i jotted down, on my arm, though i'm sure i
shouldn't have been doing that either...

tried to be true
galileo
kid fears
it's all right
shed your skin
ghost
scooter boys
get out the map
water is wide (!!!) w/sarah and tracy bonham
closer to fine w/assorted lilithesses


the girls' set was so impressive that even my good friend evan, who
always professed that in order to like the indigo girls you had to be a
"birkenstock-wearing lesbian" admitted to me that he got the chills when
they sang.  i drove him home after the show, and i noticed that he left
my car with my "1200 curfews" disks!!!  and though i knew he was always
kidding with the stereotypical-teenage-boy assumption, he made sure to
apologize for ever doubting my taste.

* jennifer b. snow *
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hey folks,

so, i've been thinking about "three hits" and what it means
to me...

first, a bit of background on the song for folks who aren't
familiar with the story behind it - "three hits" is about the
poet frank stanford, who killed himself on june 3 1978 at the
age of 29, by shooting himself three times.  you can find out
about stanford here:
http://www.hooked.net/~jalsop/stanford/stanford.html
you can also read some of his poetry at that site.  it's
pretty intense stuff - darkness, death - right up amy's alley,
i would say.  *grin*

now, i have to admit i never really liked the song that much
until i started learning about stanford - that is, after i
first got on this list back in '94.  [as an aside - i don't
know how many of you remember then-listowner stephen spencer
but he and his wonderful wife kristina are now parents!]  but
once i found out a little about stanford, the song started
making a heck of a lot more sense - things i'd just thought
were weird images turned out to be poetic references or facts
about stanford's life (the way he killed himself, the fact
that he'd been adopted etc)... anyway to cut a long story
short, i now like the song.  a lot.

i still can't figure out exactly what "are you leveed like a
treasure" means though...

the song also marks something else for me.  i think in my head
i've always associated it with what i've seen as a change of
musical direction for the girls.

here's my theory (and keep in mind, this is all completely to
do with how i divide things into genres in my head and i most
definitely don't want to start any arguments about what genres
are and why we do or don't need them) -

contemporary folk: sf, ig, n*i*s
pop: rop, so
rock: sots

so i've always seen "three hits", coming as it does at the
start of "rites of passage", as the start of ig's evolution
into pop music.  this could also be known as the "peter collins
era", which can readily be identified by the layered sounds,
swirling strings, and musical depths you don't even begin to
fathom until years later (see "mystery")...

oh, boy.  i'm not making a whole lot of sense, am i?  i'd
better stop there before i get any worse.  but then again, it
may already be far, far too late...

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

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date:         tue, 14 jul 1998 07:53:45 -0400
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subject:      a little on harborlights/meadowbrook

hey y'all!

        what can i say, i had a blast at both concerts....at
harborlights, i want to thank all y'all for signing the wand action cards
again!...we got nearly dadgum *1,000* cards signed!!!!!...and that's
because of your kind spirit!....i'm happy to say that i've witnessed now
*2* times when all of the wand cards were signed!...yes yes!....also, i
think alanna said there were 3 songs whose name she didn't know of?...i
got a setlist and the names she's thinking of are "go," "gone again," and
"the weight" i believe...you know harborlights is beautiful!...right on
the water...earlier i asked michelle malone for an autograph but she
dissed me over the mic (it was funny, not embarassing <smile>) but she
did give me an autograph at the meadowbrook show....
        speaking of which, i love the farm setting!....it was hot as hell
but that's the way this southerner likes it! <smile>...i must say i am
very happy that the wave got going <smile>...thanks to all y'all for
participating in that and thanks especially to those folks i met on the
front row that actually said "yeah, we should do it!"...i enjoyed meeting
so many new folks at both concerts off the elist!...let me say one other
thing (i wrote a bit longer for my post to the baigls) - i love
baigls!...really i'm grateful for the friendship, camraderie, and just
dadgum fun that they provide at each concert in the northeast i've gone
to...thanks y'all!....see everyone at the next concert! <smile>...

        take care, @=d jen

ps i have yet to develop my pix...but i have a lot of pix....i think that
my meadowbrook ones will really come out well (i hope)...if any of you
want to do a trade, please let me know...

pps i do apologize for some of y'all who have emailed me within the past
month and i haven't responded yet...i've been travelling and working and
hope to go through all my email and get organized within the next couple
of weeks..i'm going on vacation and hope to have the time then to get
through the email that's in my inbox (i haven't even read ig elist email
yet so i've got nearly month old digests in there!)...never fear, i
always reply, just not as quicky as i'd like <smile>...thanks and peace,
@=d jen

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in a message dated 98-07-13 20:12:35 edt, you write:

<< and then leslie couldn't resist
and why do people park on driveways and drive on parkways???? :)

and if con is the opposite of pro, then what is the opposite of progress?

<<leslie>>
celeste:)

<<sorry for the wasted bandwith but i couldn't resist. >>
ditto

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>>water is wide (!!!) w/sarah and tracy bonham

tracy! *scream* i love tracy! please, someone, tell me you booted this??

*hugs*

lamia

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>
>>>and if con is the opposite of pro, then what is the opposite of progress?
>
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>government!
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christy:

could you email me?  i have lost your addy once again...sorry to post the nigc.

toye

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sherlyn wrote some *deep* things about 3 hits.  but i thought it made perfect sense, although i can't say whether that is a good thing! *l*  before i knew about stanford, i thought amy was making references to religion.  knowing the girls' background in theology and not knowing about the poet, i had made up a whole meaning in my head.  before any flames/arguments come about religion, i'm not saying i agree or disagree w/ the whole "christian" thing.  but i related the "from a wise man to your red hand, you lay covered in our best sins" line as possibly a reference to jesus and the whole crucifition thing.

levee'd like a treasure...after knowing about stanford, i always thought amy is referring to the other levee.  not the one that holds back water.  the other, i think mainly british usage, meaning a reception in honor of royalty.  i thought that may also be the reason for the spelling "levee'd."  unusual, to say the least.  i thought this could be because she's using a noun as a verb...of course, this is all just mho and the truth as i see it according to the rules i have set forth in my own mind!!! hee  love the song though.

toye

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alright, ssssooooooo who out there is coming to the suffragette shows at
the riviera?  weee-haw...the girls in a club...two days in a
row...insanely close to my apartment...i am so all over this...

seriously, i have been throwing myself against every possible emotional
wall for the past week or two...just now, slowly, realizing that for all
the reasons i find to struggle against my life, i find even more to
embrace it (whee...shelley's growing silly-giddy in her little office
job, sending e-mail out under the table between typing up leasing
proposals).

peace,
shelley

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sorry to send this to the whole list ya'll but blue mountain keeps
telling me the addy isn't right!!


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first off i must say that the story you are about to hear is totally the
truth, i swear!! :-)

ok, so i went to see lilith at the pnc arts center in new jersey
yesterday...it was a great show (ig could have done a little more old
stuff, but that's not the point of this post)
anyway, my friends and i got up to watch heather nova...she was
great...when she was done my friends and i walked back to our
seats...unfortunately, my one friend who isnt really into ig at all got
there before me...but there were two people in our seats (there were 4
of us)...my friend somewhat rudely asked them to get out of our seats
but noticed that one of them had an artist tag on them...lo and behold,
miss amy ray was sitting in my seat!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
she was with some blonde chick that i didn't recognize.  needless to
say, i almost passed out from the excitement.  who knew she was a missy
elliot fan (that was who was on stage when she was watching)??  also
unfortunately, amy was not into meeting people or taking pictures or
signing anything...but a friend of mine kind of snuck a picture in.

anyway, that is my story...it is totally true...and i am still shaking a
little from the whole experience! :-)

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subject:      re: leveed

i always thought she meant levy
the old-fashioned word for putting a tax on something
a treasure is worth a lot so you would have to pay a price for it
gynergy

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from   http://www.ticketmaster.com/livedaily/archive/9807/wk2/
indigo_girls_to_launch_12-city_tour_.html


indigo girls to launch 12-city tour

the indigo girls have announced post-lilith fair plans to do a
two week, 12-city club tour with several of their favorite musicians,
beginning in mid-august. despite the all-female lineup, the traveling
revue that has been unofficially dubbed the "suffragette session tour," is
not meant to be compared to lilith. "its more based on bob dylans rolling
thunder revue than lilith, " says a rep at the bands label, epic records,
referring to dylans famous 1975-76 traveling revue that included likes of
roger mcguinn, joan baez and others performing with dylan.

the indigo girls will perform alongside a variety of musicians, including
kate schellenbach of luscious jackson, jane siberry, jean smith, josephine
wiggs, thalia zedek, gail ann dorsey and lourdes perez. the tour is
scheduled to launch on august 19th in portland, maine, and wrap up with a
show at the roseland in new york city. at press time, eleven of the twelve
dates were confirmed by epic records via their web site.

august

19 - portland, me - state theatre
20 - burlington, vt - memorial stadium
22 - cleveland, oh - agora theatre
24 - detroit, mi - state theatre
25 - chicago, il - riviera theatre
26 - chicago, il - riviera theatre
27 - milwaukee, wi - the rave
28 - minneapolis, mn - first avenue
30 - cincinnati, oh - bogart's

september

1 - norfolk, va - boathouse
2 - philadelphia, pa - electric factory
3 - new york, ny - roseland ballroom (tentative)


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in a message dated 98-07-14 16:38:42 edt, ldavidson@asabenefits.com writes:

<< .lo and behold,
miss amy ray was sitting in my seat!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
she was with some blonde chick that i didn't recognize.  >>

i was also surprised to be looking 4 some seats when amy walks right by
me...we exchange some hellos and had a brief convo....it was cool...but she
was obviously interested in spending time with the ? chick who was
beautiful....she was also refusing to sign anything or take pics while other
performers were on...what class!!!

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date:         tue, 14 jul 1998 17:55:25 edt
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ok, i am going to *try* i repeat try to scan/send a picture of that most
wonderful card that miss rena handmade for emily's birthday.  now, with alot
of things happening at once, it'll probably be a while b/f i get it done, but
bear with me folks...

also, i will be mailing the checks/card friday afternoon right after i get my
mail.  and jill?  how bout you?  so if you want your name on the card, be sure
to have them to me or jill by then :)

the total... $910

p.s.  also, jill and i will be posting a list sometime of all the checks we
have received... so you guy will know for sure.  but that'll be later in the
week.

take care,
erin

youth pride atlanta
po box 15448
atlanta, ga.  30333

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aloha :)
         i called the ticketmaster today, and the guy had no idea what i was talking
about, so i called the riviera nightclub which is where the chicago shows are,
and the guy said that the tickets are going through ticketmaster, and they
should be on sale by the weekend, but i would try calling on thursday :)
more info:  he said the show (chicago)  will probably start at 7:30, and it's
all ages but it might be over-seventeen. . . ? which doesn't make any sense to
me but oh well. he didn't know how much tickets are or anything like that.
the riviera is a nightclub\old theater, i think pretty small but i've never
been there.

later alligators,
emily

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at 10:20 am 7/14/98 -0400, davidson, leigh ann wrote:

>my friend somewhat rudely asked them to get out of our seats
>but noticed that one of them had an artist tag on them...lo and behold,
>miss amy ray was sitting in my seat!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

so what happened?  did she get up or did you let her sit there?  what did
she say when your friend asked her to leave?  what did you guys do?

>also
>unfortunately, amy was not into meeting people or taking pictures or
>signing anything...but a friend of mine kind of snuck a picture in.

and what does this mean?  did you ask her for a picture and she refused?
was she rude to you guys or what?  did she just get up and leave or did she
keep sitting there?

sorry about all the questions, but i'm very curious!

-kate  :o)

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so, since the sufferagette tour is taking place in bars, does this mean i have
to worry about getting a fake id?

erin, who never believes when people tell her that turning 21 is no big deal.

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i have been hoping and praying that a&e come somewhere near denver since
the last concert they had here.  has anyone heard a rumor...anything???
i am starting to feel desperate because i am pretty sure they won't be
in the lilith concert in aug.  somebody, please make my day!!!!

shelley (who is not sure she can make it through another whole year of
listening to cd's with her eyes closed pretending she's at an ig
concert!)

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date:         wed, 15 jul 1998 08:28:08 +1000
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hey folks,

toye said:
>levee'd like a treasure...after knowing about stanford, i always thought amy
>is referring to the other levee.  not the one that holds back water.  the
>other, i think mainly british usage, meaning a reception in honor of royalty.

huh.  between the two spellings levy and levee, there are
about seven different meanings...

levy - to tax or raise by force, also a name formerly given
        to a coin used a couple hundred years back in parts
        of america
levee - the act of rising, a morning assembly or reception
        of visitors, a dam

hmmmm...
sherlyn
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you just climb up to the top and you will find me hanging around
with people who think they can..."     - the waifs

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hey ya'll just wanted to let ya know that cdnow
http://www.cdnow.com

has put on your green shoes  a comp. kid's cd that has the girls doing
wild, wild party at the loquat tree on it!! it hasn't always had it a
couple times it's said n/a..but they've got it for $11 now which is a
good deal!

they also have spirit of '73 which is another comp cd with the girls,
it's low stock and they have it for $9.49

*hugs*

lamia


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but i can pretend.
the sun is gone
but i have a light..."
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ryb@eden.rutgers.edu (rebecca bergknoff) wrote:

>kid fears-it seemed that amy and emily were waiting for the audience to
>do the stipe part, but no one did.

not true!!  i know i was singing as loud as i could as was everyone else i was
with (orchestra section - right center).  i also heard others throughout the
venue as well.  i will admit it wasn't as loud as galileo & ctf.  i actually
sang along with every song and i have no voice to prove it!  i had such a good
time.

i thought it was an excellent set.  i was hoping to hear ghost and my wish
came true.  i always dread coming down from an ig high.

~susan

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date:         tue, 14 jul 1998 14:07:36 -0700
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sorry to waste bandwidth......elaine, this is gail anthony from
scotland.  if you're still on the list, please drop me a line on this
email address.

gail :)


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my hubby was just flippin' through the channels & turned it
to mtv for a sec.  they were doing a 'man-on-the-street' type
interview where the mtv dude was asking people to name as many
bands as they could think of that have a certain thing in common.
one of them was to name bands with a color in their name,  and
dontcha know it:  somebody mentioned ig!

yay!

leigh ann  (getting waaay too excited over something so trivial)


"no, kitty!!!  this is my pot pie!!!"   - eric cartman

...and the crusty old man said "i'll do what i can"
and the rest of the rats played maracas.
                    ~phoebe, "crusty old man"

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>>but she was obviously interested in spending time with the ? chick who
was beautiful

ok peeples..you've flamed me for it before so let's just pretend that
you have already flamed me for this musing alright? cuz i don't really
feel like getting bitched out but, what are we thinking on the blonde
chick? is she another lilith preformer? or a new girlfriend maybe??

*hugs*

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lamia difranco wrote:
>
> sorry to send this to the whole list ya'll but blue mountain keeps
> telling me the addy isn't right!!


  - thanks lamia! but, you'll have to talk to "joan" about the muffed
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this is from an article that i copied into a word file recently. my
apologies for the length (i did cut it for the list) -- but it's usually
better to have too much info than too little. it explains the term
"levee" -- and why amy used it in the song... combining several meanings
of levee and levy... as always there are multiple layers and depths to
ig songs... and to their inspirations...
[exerpts copied without permission]

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to write and dream and die young -
poet frank stanford was 29 when he decided all his deeds were done

by robert trussell -- june 14, 1998 -- the kansas city star

he wrote of the river. he wrote of the moon. he wrote of dreams, hog
killings, snake doctors and death.

his poems were populated by strange women, mysterious black men, gypsies
and midgets. by the parents he knew and those he never knew. by people
living in cabins and on the water, people who travel by wagon or by boat
or along back roads. people who see what no one else can see.

and he wrote about much more - an indefinable spiritual impulse, a
desire to know the unknowable, a longing to return whence he came.

frank stanford was considered one of the best young poets in america in
the 1970s, a master of vernacular language and often-surreal imagery.
yet he took his own life at the age of 29.
<cut>

twenty years after his suicide stanford's poetry still inspires and
mystifies. it continues to influence young writers. and it still
commands attention.
<cut>

stanford became a literary legend on june 3, 1978, in fayetteville, ark.
on that day he removed himself from the world - and from a predicament.
the countless lies he had told the two most important women in his life
had circled around and backed him into a corner. in keeping with a man
who had cultivated a romantic aura, he chose a dramatic way out.

stanford capped a three-way verbal showdown involving himself, his wife
and his lover by walking into the bedroom of a little rental house and
shooting himself in the chest with a .22-caliber pistol.
<cut>

he blended southern colloquialisms with strong visual imagery and often
created startling figures of speech - "the wind blows through the trees
like a woman on a raft"; "the moon was a dead man floating down the
river"; "death was like a man in a bow tie looking for a hubcap."

"he creates images and leaps in his language that are almost always
unanticipated," said robert stewart, managing editor of new letters,
which published four poems by stanford in its new summer issue.

"he really did have a gift," stewart added. "i don't know how else you
could explain someone writing that well and being that young."

james whitehead, who also taught stanford at arkansas, said the poems
were more than they seemed.

"he was always literal, he was always symbolical," whitehead said. "any
tree he wrote about was the tree it was, and it also resonated into
symbol. frank believed in magic, in voodoo magic. he wrote about it."
<cut>

for some, he forever remained the wild boy from the mississippi delta, a
reckless youth haunting a surrealistic landscape in a persona one of his
peers described as "huckleberry finn on acid."
<cut>

scenes from childhood

stanford was born on aug. 1, 1948, at a home for unwed mothers in
richton, miss. he never knew his true parents.

his adoptive father, albert franklin stanford, built and maintained
levees along the mississippi river and often took little frankie with
him to the levee camps, where most of the workers were
african-americans.

"there's an awful lot of pictures that we have of his birthday parties
with all the little black kids," said stanford's adoptive sister, ruth
rogers. "everybody lived out there in tents... we grew up like that. i
think frankie had more of a feeling for the black people."

much of frank stanford's poetry directly reflected those childhood
experiences, and he wrote some poems from the point of view of the black
children and levee workers he knew. because of some of the bonds he had
made, stanford wondered occasionally whether his ancestors might have
included african-americans.
<cut>

stanford had an effect on anyone who knew him. he inspired other
artists. people were inescapably attracted to the unique combination of
strapping athleticism, intellectual curiosity, brooding artistry and
good looks.

a character very much like stanford appears in short stories by ellen
gilchrist, the well-known writer who was one of stanford's friends. many
of the poets who knew him have written about stanford.

his death inspired "pineola," a song by lucinda williams, a
singer-songwriter who knew stanford in fayetteville.

it also inspired "three hits," a song by the indigo girls, who never
knew him but were moved by his poetry. (the generally accepted version
of events is that stanford shot himself three times in the heart; the
fayetteville police say he managed to shoot himself only twice.)
<cut>

although much of stanford's published work remains unavailable, his
stature continues to grow. young writers, when exposed to stanford's
poetry, are immediately impressed by the unique combination of everyday
speech and surrealistic imagery.

"it happens all the time," said ralph adamo, a poet and friend of
stanford's who teaches at loyola university in new orleans. "i don't
think i've ever presented frank's work to anybody who wasn't struck by
it and moved in some way."
<cut>

[poet cd wright, stanford's lover, said,] "you are dealing with a young
poet who's dead, whose work is not in print. now, in our country that's
tantamount to never having existed."

the moon
i think it is a ship
putting out without me
a white horse
that throws all riders
and a swimmer who is naked
who believes she is asleep
it is a rooster
molting dark feathers in the water
or a bookkeeper who dreams
someone has found her out in the garden
a snake which sheds
its skin in the riverbed at night
and a schoolgirl weeping
under a black patch
i know it is only a stone
everybody keeps a blind date with

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this is the funnest thing i've found for a long time.  check out this
website:

http://www.rinkworks.com/dialect/

it dialectizes websites.  hilarious!  this is the jive version of shame
on
you.

shame on ya'

mah' homeys dey wuzh de windows
and dey shine in de sun
dey tell me wake down early in de mo'nin' sometime
see whut some fine job we've done

ah' say let's put on some tunes
rap some long and dolittle all day
go waaay down t'de riverside snatch off our kickers
and wuzh dese sins away

and da damn riva' said
la la la it said shame on ya'
and da damn riva' said
la la la it said shame on ya'

ah' go waaay down t'chicano city park
cause it makes me feel so's fine
and when de weeds go waaay down ya' kin see down close
in de wasted uh de winta' time

but when de summa' comes everydin's in bloom
and ya' wouldn't know it's dere
and da damn honky folks likes t'pretend it's not
but deir beat's in de air

and ya' kin hear em rapin'
la la la dey said shame on ya'
ya' kin feel em boogeyin'
la la la dey said shame on ya'

mah' homey tanna' she says ya' know
me and jesus we's uh de same heart
de only doodad dat keeps us distant
be dat ah' keep fuckin down

ah' said mosey on down on waaay down t'chicano city park
and wuzh yo' blues away
de fine ladies walk right by
ya' know ah' neva' know whut t'say

and dey'll be rapin'
oo la la la la la la la la shame on ya'
and dey'll be boogeyin'
ooo la la la dey said shame on ya'
shame on ya'

let's go road block trippin in de middle uh de night
down in gainesville town
dere'll be blue lights flashin waaay down de long dirt road
when dey ax' me t'step out

dey say we've been lookin' fo' illegal immigrants
kin we check yo' wheels
ah' say ya' know it's funny
ah' dink we wuz on de same boat back in 1694

and ah' said
oo la la la la la la la la shame on ya'
dey'll be boogeyin'
la la la ah' said shame on ya'
ah' said
oo la la la la la la la la la la shame on ya'
shame on ya' la la
la la la la la shame on ya'
ah' said
ah' said
la la la shame on ya'
i'll be boogeyin'
and dey'll be rapin'
la la la ah' said shame on ya'
shame on ya'

road block trippin in de middle uh de night
gainesville town
blue lights flashin waaay down de long dirt road

wo'ds and beat dat fine femahnaine ladee ray
copyright 1997 emi virgin beats inc. co' got d' beat! and godhap beat
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i dont think ill be posting the donators names b/c of certain reasons,
fairness let's say... but!  if you want to make sure your check arrived,
please email myself or jill with the exact subject reading "re:  my checks
arrival?"

and then jill and i will be sure to get back to you.

thanks for your cooperation, and good day to all of you :)

erin

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if only the whole world could be as cool as greg...

yeah greg!!!

go, go go....


(larissa, feeling mega inspired to run into the fray of inner-city
elementary school teaching this fall...follow your hearts kiddies....:)

i'm happy, can you tell?

lance: i swear my money is coming for the blue...

lamia: can i get a vh1 tape? i'll send you mail.

yall inspire me...for how long? 4 years now? i forget.

just feeling all lovey inside,


larissa


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date:         tue, 14 jul 1998 21:12:01 edt
reply-to:     dschulman@aol.com
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in a message dated 7/14/98 5:19:45 pm, you wrote:

<<riviera nightclub which is where the chicago shows are >>

scuse me... i've been living in a vacuum.  when are these shows?  shows???
plural???  in chicago????

thanx!
dee

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date:         tue, 14 jul 1998 21:22:21 +0000
reply-to:     ravnswng@earthlink.net
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hey y'all,

i've seen some posts asking for further info, and i hate to second them
without a little patience, but i was beyond psyched when i read those
tour dates.

        my favorite band in my favorite city on my birthday!!!

i really want to go to chicago to see them, so of course i'll stay tuned
to the list, but if anyone has info. on the chicago shows specifically
(i.e. where is the riviera club, how big is it, what's my best chance to
get a ticket?), i'd appreciate a note. and i know this is a weird
question 'cause i just said it's my favorite city, but i've only been
there twice, so if you know the city and recommend anything to check out
while i'm there (music and bookstores, especially) please let me know
that too.

the stuff y'all recommended for my trip to atlanta was great so i'll
count on the same for chicago.

thanks!
sandy

p.s. i mentioned ig to my mom the other day and she asked if they were
anything like the spice girls. lol. in deference to any spice girls fans
on the list, i won't tell you my reply, but i played some ig songs. she
was impressed, of course. one more fan for the band...   :)

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date:         wed, 15 jul 1998 12:12:44 +1000
reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
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from:         sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
subject:      ****indigos for sale**** (fwd)
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hey folks,

found this on usenet.  again, i have no affiliation
with these people, i don't know anything about them,
buyer beware, disclaimer disclaimer disclaimer...

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

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from: noiseville@aol.com (noiseville)
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subject: ****indigos for sale****
date: 14 jul 1998 22:23:14 gmt

the following items are from my web site www.noiseville.com   email if you want
to buy anything or check out the site for more info.  thanks!

indigo girls  "if you can hear the truth, listen" promo 8.5"x11" sheet w/photo
of their releases m- $3<p>
indigo girls  "least complicated"(epic esk 6081) 1994 promo cd single w/ps m-
$7<p>
indigo girls  "power of two"(epic esk 6886) 1995 promo cd single w/ps ss $7<p>
indigo girls  "rites of passage tour" tour program nice!! m- $15<p>
indigo girls  "rites of passage" 24"x36" promo poster vg++ $15<p>
indigo girls  "swamp ohphelia"(columbia 57621) 1994 lp w/autographed label! ss
$25<p>
indigo girls  "swamp ophelia" 13"x8" cardboard stand up for lp m- $20<p>
indigo girls  "watershed"(epic esk 2284) 1990 promo cd single w/non lp live cut
w/ps m- $10<p>
indigo girls  june 28/29 1994 radio city 11"x17" b&w concert poster m- $10<p>

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date:         tue, 14 jul 1998 22:15:58 -0400
reply-to:     kristina d vaskys <cheesehed@juno.com>
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from:         kristina d vaskys <cheesehed@juno.com>
subject:      some random ?s

hey list,

two ?s for y'all:

1. is there any terribly talented musician out there who's figured out
the chords to caramia? more specifically, is there anyone who's figured
out the chords and would like to share them with me? :o)

2. now this one's kind of random. . .does anyone happen to know the
origin of why rop is called rop? i mean, for most every other album i can
kind of figure out where the name came from, but not that one. . .just
wondering if anyone knew.

peace, love, indigo, and all good things,
kristina :o)
(who really, really hopes the rop question isn't covered in the faq. .
.because i didn't check it. . .)

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date:         tue, 14 jul 1998 21:29:00 -0500
reply-to:     dani and michele <mcurley@mcs.net>
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ok i'm pretty much a major lurker but i thought i'd chime in about a couple
of things:
caramia:  i love this song; i like the intro and all of the crescendos in
it. the lyrics remind me of those nightmares you get before an important
event like a test/interview etc. when you dream that you wake up late and
miss the test or arrive late and smell bad or something like that... it
seems like maybe emily's nightmare might be "i've forgotten my lines and
i've misplaced my cues, and there's a sea full of faces and a show to go on,
and i'm struck mute at entrance with nothing to draw from."... i just love
these lines. it makes me realize that e and a are just like us, which i
sometimes forget since i'm usually in constant awe over their music.

the riviera shows in chicago:  totally psyched/can't wait/also live near
by!!!

michigan womyn's music fest:  my partner dani and i are definitely going;
anyone else?

greg and aids ride: way to go!

this list: great!

ciao,
michele

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date:         wed, 15 jul 1998 12:52:41 +1000
reply-to:     c9709180@alinga.newcastle.edu.au
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from:         joanna <c9709180@alinga.newcastle.edu.au>
subject:      intro
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hi all,
i'm fairly new to the list but i just thought i'd make my presence
known.  i hope all this is going thru right :)

i'm so jealous of those of you in the us who have been seeing the girls
(and others) at lilith fair - i wish we had an event such as this in
australia!

i was however lucky enough to have an encounter of sorts with amy and
emily during their australian tour.
after their first concert in sydney a group of us were waiting out side
the theatre, singing all the harmonies to their songs (which was great
fun in itself) and hoping they'd come out the stage door.  of course the
security kept trying to tell us they'd already gone, but they alway do
that.
after a while of singing, a girl turned up with a guitar and started
playing ig songs - and quite well too.  then she played us a song she'd
writen for and about the girls and how there music effects her and has
changed her life.

eventually amy and emily did appear and were just going to say "thanks
y'all for coming" and hurry off to a party sony was having for them.
but we begged them to stay and listen to this beautiful and powerful
song that had been writing in there honour.
so they stayed an listened.  emily was a bit further away so i could
really see her reactions but amy was close to myself and the guitarist
and seemed quite impressed if not a little taken back by the whole
emotion behind it.  the poor girl was shaking and close to tears - but
she carried it off quite well.  amy even smiled at some of the puns of
ig song titles (eg "when i listen i'm closer, i'm closer to fine")

i think the general refain was "you flow, flow thru my body, you flow,
take me away" (if there are an list members who were there let me know)

after the song amy gave a bonding hand shake to the guitarist but
wouldn't sign any autographs or do the "met and greet" thing with other
fans - which was ok with us cos we were just gave to have had this
experience with them.  i think emily signed a couple, but in generally
they're really reluctant to do the celeb thing at all but that's kinda
the way they are.

thanks for listerning.  sorry this has been such a long first post - i
just thought i'd share
joanna

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